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Miles' Nervine Restores Health. -- s NUMBER IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND RICHMOND, CAMP INSPECTION Secretary Alger and President McEMcy Pay a Yisit to Camp Wikoff". SITE REPORTED TO BE AN IDEAL ONE A MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1898. I 14. CONSUMING F-l- JXClTcMENT. Sot y& rrsc jk - Fcv .r- 3. Jjy. - r tlncj tho lem bu 0"rwhflinril l slu t cr. II fc"r-n- THE ENCAMPMENT Veterans From All Parts of the United States Gathering at Cincinnati. THE CITY ASSUMING HOLIDAY Royal makes tbe food pure, wholesome and delicious. AAAAsftsftABlAsftiiAiSAAAAAAAsftsMksftJk PLEASURABLE Col. llcury Yi rjji il L Pakis, Sept S. Among the many rrild rumors fljatiug about Friday was one that sjme one stole into Col. Henrj's cell and assassinated him. ATTIRE. London, Sept. 3. A special to the Evening Standard from Paris publish-- d Evcrj'thiiis: Possible is Beinsr Done for Friday afternoon, savs the French Combinations of Xational Colors Are the Jlen.Both Sick ami Well, AYlio Everywhere Beginning to Be Visrabinet has decided on a revision of the Dreyfus case. Ai-Detained There. ible in the Queen of Cities. It was announced Friday afternoon by the Patria that several officers of After a Carrf ul Examination the President the general staff ha vj decided to rc-Cincinnati Is Ready for the 32d Unctnip- Left Camp Satisfied That the Siek Are ment Fourth Street. Froni Kace to rn thortly and divulge all they as Well Cared for a Tlicy Could Central Avenne, at Night Pre- entire Dreyfus affair. know of the Bo In a Field Hospital. entt a lSUie ot Glory. e si w &AK1N0 POWDER Absolutely Puro ROYAL BAKJhQ DRLYJJJfi and you can also sa- - extremely comfortable, when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Bu"-rieand Phajtons. 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 Doxelson. s ladison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED EZEKCEt OBEAR, assessor and OKCLE te)Vtly. Mass who has passed Rah llfo tnllo stone, says: "Dr MiloVJvr-sVarativNervine lias done a great 6ee3ttscxx3. I suffered forycars from slcfjJcisticss and nervous heart trouble. YToald Tcel weary and used up in the morn-in- p. had do amt;lt!on and my work seemed a bnrOca. A (rlcnd recommended Dr. Miles Xervine, and I purchased a bottle under protest as I had tried so many remedies unsuccessfully, I thought It no use But It ;CaTe me restful sleep, a good appetite and restored mo to energetic health. It Is a cand good medicine, and I wlllgladly write anyone Inquiring, full particulars of my sat isfactory experience. 3 under a positive liS Miles guarantee, first bottle ir -- rj vuis il benefits or money resj funded Book en dis&, Health $& eases of the heart and 4WA& nerves free. Address. DB. 1IILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. --- Dr Miles' Ecmedie? are sold by all drus-pls- ts WBFS1W& -- ti .i r5tros PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A.VV03.1Z2. D IV MILLER. Attojixky-at-La- ".- -e ar-ie- r's Kkstucky. Ttuilding, next door to feb3-l- y in the Inraam Nation:.! B&tA. J. . sx7HIXjX"srui-.2r- , w, Atto en e - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, (Mire over Taylor's Hardware Btore, Court HoiiEe, on Main Street. Ei. B. HOGG, A TTORNEY A T LA 11". Kentucky. H' UMovn, iffice No. 13 First St., tip Mairs. 31 30 J ,R C &D.AI.OHKNAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. hmond, Tire on Second street, over grocery. Chen-- 3 2ZYSICIA27S. DK. IL K. UIBSOX, PIIY1CIA X AND SUnn BON, B- 'nd. r in thr oe ... -- Kentucky. Sec- - ..oicrwnue l 1 O.lins building, 18 and io alJ drueMare. w 1 As. HOOKER, 1 TLRINARY SURGEON, ' mi? Oulnrio Veterinary College. Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. p iUlr, over store recently accu-- I u rhmoail Harness Co, East Main y St., n i 1i !i n Kv apr7-l- C. ' i.)). I . - Medicine and SurRcry. v Collins Baildinu', Main Street. (the Carr place) on ne nt reMlen Uroadway. JASPER, M. D - - IIMOVI), - - Kentucky. G. W EVANS, M. D., rarsiciAN and Surgeon, Ru hmond, - - - - Kentucky. HR. T. J. TAYLOR, I'rv-Jthone- r in h. hmond Medicine - and Surgery, Kentucky. ti, Office and residence 1DE1TTAL on Second Street. Secretary nho returned late Saturday night from New York after his inspection tour through Camp Wikoff at Montaulc Point with President McKinley and several of the bureau officials of the war department, commented Sunday night upon the conditions of the camp and stated the results of his visit. The secretary said: "I feel certain, after a careful exam ination of Camp "Wikoff and a thor ouxh investigation of its conditions, that everything possible is being done for tb.2 men, both sick and well( who are detained there The camp is an admirable one the beat, I think, I ever saw. The site is ideal. It is beautiful without beinjf picturesque and is certainly as healthful a camp location as could be found in the eastern country. "While the conditions are as good ns could reasonably be expected in the circumstances even batter than lever knew them to be in a camp a shade of gloom is cast over the encampment by the physical condition of the men. Sickness, suffering and death mar what would otherwise be a magnifi cent military picture. These conditions, however, are not the result of the situation of the camp itself, campaign but of the terrible through which the troops have just passed. That campaign of Santiago will be memorable in the military history of the world. It nas wonderful both in its conduct and in the results accomplished. Tew military experts expected when the campaign was inaugurated that such a success could be achieved in so short a time. It was a tremendous undertaking to begin a camjaign in a tropical country during the rain season against a position naturally so strong and so well defended as was Santiago. That success was achieved so soon and w ith a loss comparatively so small is due to the energy and ability of Gen. Shaftcr and his commanding officers and the dash, bravery and splendid fighting qualities of the men of Gen. Shafter's corps. 'The president was particularly solicitous about the condition of the men who are ill. He went to Camp Wikoff to ascertain for himself whether the men in the ranks needed anything they were not getting. His orders were that they should want for nothing, but he desired personally to know whether these orders were being carried out. After several hours of patient investigation and carehe ful examination left the camp satisfied that the men were as well cared for as they could be in a field hospital. He took no official's word for anything. He had come to the camp to see for himself and his conviction as to the conditions was reached only after he had come in personal contact with those conditions. In the hospitals he went from ward to ward, almost from cot to cot,stopping every few seconds to talk to the sick men and cheer them with a kind expression or a grasp of the band. It was an experience not soon to be of the visit Success forgotten. as President McKinley made to Camp Wikoff Saturday is almost unique in the military annals. He went to the camp equipped with knowledge, judgment and experience to make an investigation. He had served in the camp and in the field himself and he knew just what ought to be expected in the circumstances. That he was reasonably well satisfied! with the conditions as he found thcmMs in itself a guarantee that they are not far wrong. WASinxoTox, Aug. 3. Al-pc- r, fe&scv- wrt&F tj i ---j f ? POwDCft CO., NEW YORK. - m yf v4M Y5S5?V ui::v. NfcW i.oimim-rr.E- . Voek, Sent. H A diapatch to n the Tribune fcoy: Col. Iknry's forged the famous of having document upon the authenticity of which Gen. de ISoiuilcfFre, chief of staff of the French army, in his impassioned appeal to the jury in the Zola trial staked" his own reputation and the honor of the army and Col Ilenry'o suicide in the fort of Montevalencc, have caused an emotion throughout France which has not been witnessed since the fall of iedan. Col. Henry, a peasant's son, promoted from the ranks and imbued con-fe.'s'o- with all the instincts, low cunning and narrow personal animosity often characteristic of French peasants, had no conception of the enormity of his crime until overwhelmed by its detection. This brave but infatuated chief of the intelligence department of the French army embodied the whole head and front of Dreyfus' conviction, of Zola's condemnation, of Esterhazy's acquittal and of Picqnari's degradation and imprisonment. The government is doing its best to stem the rising tide of agitation by a studied quiescence which scandalizes the Journal Da Dobates and other papers; but it may succeed in getting over the crisis. M. Faure ignores the reproaches of the press and remains at Havre. In the meantime M. Cavaignac, minister of war, and 11. Sarrien, minister of justice, arc busy enough. M. Sarrien had two prolonged conferences with 51. Brisson Friday afternoon, and after M. Cavaignac's long interview with M. Sarrien, both ministers looked ruffled. These and other impromptu ministerial conferences were devoted to an endeavor to convince the minister of war ot the necessity on political grounds of a. revision of the Dreyfus case, which the whole country, including the army, now demand. High officers confess that the discussions that will follow revision will probably entail war, but they say that would be preferable to having tho army remain under a cloud, with the possibilities of agitation leading to civil strife. ARRIVED IN NEW YORK CITY. Freatdent McKinley Arrived In the Metropolis Friday and VTent to Mnntanlc Point Saturday Morning. Gen. LaiTton'5 Health Iteporu ST7SG3SY. "Dt "OaXtiMxio DENTIST, -- ojsotv Washington, Sept. 5. Gen. Lawton's report, received t?unday night, of the health conditions of the American troops at Santiago, is as follows: New York, Sept. 3. President party arrived from Canton Friday. The special train, with the presidential party on board, was due at 11:50. It pulled into Jersey City station 10 minutes late. In the party are Mrs. McKinley, Maj. Webb C. Hayes and CoL Myron Vice President Hobart T. Derrick. and Mrs. Hobart came in from Fatter-soK. J., and waited in the station for the president's party, which they joined. J. Addison Porter, the president's private secretary, also joined the party. He said the party would go to New York and dine and then start for Montauk, which place would be reached at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. n, OP LOCISVIIiK, KV. It uorl7-l- y Kxpreis Company Will I'ay the War Tax. Santiago, viallayti, Sept. 4, 1S9S. Cdicago, Sept. 3. At a special conTotal sick, 236; total fever, 184; total new cases fever, J0; total returned to ference Friday of the representatives George R. Bracr, private, Company F, 1st Illinois, typhoid fever; Eugene Munger, private. Company C, of the Adams, American and United next door to Government 1Building, to 1. Ky. OBlce hours 9 to 12-- duty, 92. Deaths Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Denial Olfice of Dr. Hod-so- n, 1st cavalry, pernicious malarial fever. IiAwtox, Commanding. States express companies, it was decided that the companies would from this date bear the expense of the war tax instead of requiring the public to stamp consignments. Czar's Peace Note Will Be Referred to Con- - next door to postofflce. D R. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same office lately occupied ty Dr. W. V. Bnrgin. )anI2-l- y iR J. C MORGAN, DENTIST. airOffice over Madison Richmond, Ky. jrfelp for the Jrat'r Is Washington, Sept 3. The peace proposals of the czar will be sent to congress when that body shall reassemble. The president will adviss the Russian government that he Los no power in the matter. k -- aihat a great many men and women are looking for; help against approaching baldness; help against tuhiiening locks; A Clever Trick. help io restore the lost gloss to the hair; help against fading tresses; help for the Louis 1. Lmdm-- n, It certainly looks like it. but there is scalp attacked by dandruff. AYER'S HAJR VIGOR offers hat sach help. It realiy no trick about it. Anybody can restores gray or faded hair to its original try it who has Lame Pack and Weak Xo Vi Vest Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, color, gives it length, thickness and gloss, Kidneys, Malaria or nervons troubles. w.J be at Mr. J B. Willis' . Richmond, Ky. , on and removes dandruff. We mean he can cure himself right 1S9S. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Htfa. began "My hair was rough nnd broken andAyer's away by taking Elictric Bitters. This each to fallout. The tise of but one bottle ofont'and r rn'ag every second Wednesday of checked the falling Hair VIGOR both smooth, glossy and In splen- medicine tones up the whole system, of ,i Reference every physician febl6-lrendered my hair Ky. acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kiddid condition. It is the finest of. dressings." MRS. F. L. SMITH, Silver Creek, Miss. neys, is a blood purifier'and nerve tonic. Some years ago my hair EAraEandEnxnMATiSHroUeved R A EVby Ur. ilUes Kerva Plasters. began to fall out and I be- II cures Constipation, Headache, Faintcame quite bald, fiy advice ing Spells. Sleeplessness and MelanchoI tried ly. It is purely vegetable, a mild "Wno can think pie WanlRd-- fin IrlRa of some dm and restores the system to its nattClOg IO Iicow your IdtM. they may you wealth. 2 ural viuor. Try Electrie Bitters and be Writs JOHN 'WUiDEKIJUKN & triesPtcnt Attot CO, offer for their convinced that they are a, miracle workaa .Wublacuio. D C laTeaUoa 813 Prixe list ot two hundred wanted. er. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50c a bottle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. 3 Successors to W. G. WJiite. AJAX TABLETS POSrrrTEljY CDKE National Bank, y jiy6-iBlcn-ra:ay, d, a Late Japanese papers persistently insist an alliance is about to be entered into between Japan, the United States and Great Britain. Triple AUlance. Tacoma, Wash., Sept UHv jfyers air ' laxa-tiv- ej MADE ME A MAN rrKLorc ft xxia-fo- Uxz titalUr In old or joane. ana t stndr. boeisest or m&rriag - auhrreTft insamtj una uonnznraoa i "f"? " Um. Thnir nn .botrs tnimedists improTe- "' vuiiK where nil otrwr Mil ,he cennlro AJax IbleU Thor MearedUiouMuidnndirillcoreyou. CH PTC money. Price Tv ' or "fowl th 'fo)1 trpftBMH! OU W I . per for ?r.U rkM SftV plain wrjr rr. nmn mxtint CI pries.JtSB. Br Circular JMil. J.J.Z..Vrrrou Jitfuetrauuig jaea rar, I a rottsacr, bleeplsacaeM. etc. cod bx Abase or other Kxcessea ana Jndir creUoiJL. Ihry yuUkltl awl lurelv '""AJAX REMEDY CO.. Ky., im j - FortMleun Richmond, ileradou. by, JaaU-l- y Haan & Pretested taIf and very ceased to fall out anassew by giving early attention to a cold, and vigorous K1011 whether slight or severe. Acold quick lv disannears wlion vr. ueirs nne-iar- -- TH06.DUNN, Rockville, Honoy is taken- - This remedy makes Wia. .weak lungatstrougr. 2c;t,aU drug-OOQ iaor '' - Love .can be misunderstood but never overestimated. ConsnHiptloB is I '" w. TS rt I - - " 5,1"' Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, ISlHand find them to be as recommended. I first .began taking them while at HotSpriBW, Ark-- , andw treat 43.04.; ment for Sciatic RbettmatlHn. Liver aad 3.25 Sheep Extras, 3 854.09r nocxl to choice, Stomach trouble. Constipation which I to fair, K.S33.0& &$S.?;; locciou 5.8affi5.7B; good choice, had been a Jong, miffarer. I ferand the - Lm8 Exsrai. to Celery, Ciipsules jstve tb&- - great relief Jfi.OffeiWL coraar oa to fair. 3.50t.7B. 'from the beginning and. have asedtheaa yuAtCALVES-F- alr 56748; to good light, .J Caildrenl'alek I'oi.l ever since. 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From all part of the country come survivors of battle, fields of the sixties. RETURNED TO FRANKFORT. Men who served at Manassas and at Appomattox are again beginning to Gov. Itradler and Corps ot Sorgrons and Iiursen With the Hospital Train rub elbows, to sit check by jowl, to Itrought 53 Stole Soldlrr. size each other up, to compare notes on their treatment by Father Time, to FnAXKFORT, Ky., Sept 5. Gov. Bradtake a friendly drink, to swap tobacco ley and his corps of surgeons and and stories, to tell again battle anec- nurses returned Sunday with Kendotes. The hotels arc beginning to show tucky hospital train from personThe governor, after a forth the friendly faces of the stranal inspection of Camp Thomas, docs gers, men of prosperity, brave hearts and true unharmed by wealth in the not credit the many stories, of neglect Camp Thomas by their World's goods. In addition to the old of soldiers at officers, and says the situation there is soldiers there arc coming their friends, probably five to one The veteran's more favorable than he expected to find it Fifty-thre-e sick soldiers from wife, son, daughter, niece, cousin, to the 2d Kentucky regiment were the farthest remove of relationship brought back on the hospital train. are coining. The surgeons in charge of the train Cincinnati has taken on a holiday conaspect as never before in her history. tvere very complimentary in talks hoscerning Sternberg and Leitcr The queen city has robed herself in prevCombinations of the na- pitals, and say they think the gala nttire. alence of thyhoid in the camp is due to tional colors are everywhere visible. reMany yersons evidently anxious to a lack of sewerage and failure to move garbage from camp grounds. wait in order to avoid a possible SunTottery Clay Discovered. day rain, will leave their buildings Ky., SeptC George bare till early Monday. The illumination schemes have been Mite, of Putnam county, Tennessee, tried and found not wanting. Fonrth has discovered a quantity of clay suitstreet from Kace to Central avenue is able for the best quality of crockery a glorious blazj in darkness. The gas ware near Gamalier, Monroe countj'. eagle at Plum street i a work of art. lie has bought the land and is making The government square arch was preparations for the manufacture of lighted to the delight of gathered hun- the ware in the near future. Work dreds. has already begun on the cooler. Saturday the veterans were coming To Aatch Millers. in in great numbers at all the depots. Louisville, Ky., Sept 5. "Word was Headquarters of all the committees, A. Gaines, civic and military, of men and women, received here that Wallace of Covington, had been appointed were overrun ith seeker for informaspecial deputy collector in the revenue tion. Cincinnati is ready for the encamp- department His duty will be to sec manufacturers of mixed flour ment It seems as if it is already that the with comply the provisions of the revhere. enue act of June 18. The gas company building, corner A Ilnso ColTee Tot. Fourth and Plum streets, is covered with bunting and flags, portraits in JFobt Thomas, Ky., Sept 5. The oil, a cannon firing scene, and an eagle citizens' committee of the G. A. K., of in gas with the words: "Welcome, Cincinnati, will establish headquarters Grand Army." at Fort Thomas for the entertainment The arch at Fourth and Race is a of visitors. A coffeo pot will beauty. The electric arches, two to be kept on the fire for the refreshment the square from Central avenue to of old "vets." Other refreshments will Race, will brighten up things at night be served. The citizens' committee has practicInjured by a Horie. ally completed its work and has only OwEhenouo, Ky.. Sept. 5. John to see that the city's guests are aged 7J, the wealthiest German well taken care of and that all visit- resident of the county and one of the ors will be impressed with the hos- largest property holders in Owens-borpitality of the Queen City of the "West is in a critical condition at his The three camp fires to be held at country home from injuries sustained Music hall on the nights of September by a horse falling on him. 5, 6 and 7 will be among the most notaTaken to Louisville for ble events of the week. Elaborate Louisville, Ky., Sept 5. William programmes have been arranged and the music to be rendered will be a Miller, the Negro boy who is charged with criminally assaulting Mrs. Frank treat in itself. Commander-in-Chie- f When Gobin Lcet of Lagrange, was brought hero The shall call the Sid G. A. R, encamp- Sunday night for ment to order he will do so with a Negro claims he is not guilty. gavel made of wood from the door Itei. YWn. Urr;s(on Dead. PmxcKToy, Kv., Sept 5. Rev. Wm. sill of the Grant homestead at Georgetown, O. Gregstou di d at his home- near White Maj. John W. O'Hara, of George- Sulphur, this countj-- . He was one of town, had the gavel made for the oc- the most widely known elders in the casion. Little River association. hpanish Peace ComiDlnsloners. 'jw l'ost OSHccs In Kentucky. - Madrid, Sept 5. It is currently reWashixotox, Sept. 5. Post offices ported that the Spanish ministers have been established at llanty, Floyd have definitely selected the following county, Joseph A. Patton, postmaster; peace commissioners: Gen. Rafael Gap, Magoffin county, Oliver Hensley. Cerero Y Saenz, general of engineers; Scnor Eugcnio Montcro Bios, and Found Dead in a Hotel. Senor Villaurutia, under secretary for Cleveland, 0., Sept 5. S. Munsch, foreign affairs. The Carlists declare a well known architect of Pittsburgh, that after protesting in the cortes was found dead early Saturday iu the against the policy of the government toilet room of the American hotel. they will withdraw. Deceased had been suffering from heart trouble and this in connection Krnlt of a Court aiartlal. Washington, Sept 5. Corporal Wm. with the intense heat is supposed to L Ellington, Company K, 4th United have caused his death. Mr. Munsch States volunteer infantry, having been was CO years of age. lie and two found guilty of a violation of the 21st, friends, Rev. J. G. Amschler, pastor of 22nd and SSth articles of war by a the Latrona Lutheran church, and Rev. It. Ilarner, rector of the Kittan-nin- g court martial convened at FredericksLutheran church of Allegheny, burg, Va., was sentenced to dishonorable discharge and confinement in Pa., were en route to Mt Clements, prison for three years. The man will Mich. be sent to St. Francis barrack St Auow Fever Caes. mt gustine, Fla., for confinement Jacks-oxMis., Sept 5. Nine new casts oi yelh w fevr were reported by "Without Foundation. Berlin, Sept. 5. The officials of the the board of health Saturday from Orood. One case has developed at WaCerraan foreign ofiice assert that the ter lord, a all village five miles east London reports of an offensive and deV'tlli-y- . The board regards fensive alliance between Great Britain of Water n as rather serious, the and Germany arc entirely without Carter, of the United States mafoundation rine hospital service, left for Taylor's Death From Heat in New York. station an J Orwood Saturday on a speNew York, Sept 5. It was intensely hot in this city Sunday. Forty-thre- e cial train. There arc now 22 cases at deaths from sunstroke wera re- Orwood. One death has occurred. ported, with 44 prostrations. nuinma uiirr 1 cU bill. New YT)i:k, S.pt 5. Commissioner Spain' Call to Arms. V. Pock, who will repMadrid, Sept 5. The Spanish gov- Gen. Ferdinand resent the United States at the Paris ernment has tailed to arms 109,000 exposition, accompanied by secral men, S0.00O of which are presumably members of his staff, left Saturday for for the Philippines. Ilavrj on the French liner La Mrr Peck's visit to France is Millions Given Away. for ihe purfosj of securing additional It is certainly gratifying to tho pub- space for the American exhibitors. lic to know of one concern in the land O tty O.te Cusr. who are not afraid to be generous to 5. Tho alleged Wabiiixgtox, the needy and. suffering. The proprieovercharging by stewards on board tors of Dr. King's New Discovery for transport-- j is stated at the quarterConsumption, Couchs and Colds, have master general's office to be one single given away over ten millions trial bot- instance where a steward charged a tle? o this great medicine and have soldier 25 c:nt"5 for a sandwich. No the satisfaction of knowing it has abso- other complaints of the kind have been lutely cured thousands of hopeless made at the quartermaster's depart- -' cases. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse- wont ness and all disease of the Throat, Anuezatlon Now Keported Favored Hy Chest and Lungs are surely cured by Filipinos. it Call on IVrry & Thomas Druggist, Manila, Sept 5. Intelligent native Successors to W. G. White and get a leadjers arc preparing to petition tho trial bottle free, regular 6izo 50c and SI. United States to annex the Philippines, Every bottlo guaranteed, or ptice reaccording tooncof Chief Aguln-aldo" confidential advisers. Aguinal-il- o funded. 8 He is not a p'arfy fd the scheme. The man who believes wrong will fitill.dreams of n republic ' never do right. thirty-second Chicka-mauga. ToJir-Kixsviii- 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. "Hurrah! Battle Ax has come." M . A A 0 S S S FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kmd ef Cemetery "Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly oe tMMtT a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit ail classes ef buyers. tfTMit. V. G. GOUCHER. onej of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this mean satisfactory werk in every phase. Parties Hvine at a distance should write to us for dea?as, which will be furnished on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICIThD.-e- ;l m 6 m Wai a ha SiwM W tion and suffering were caused in Qjba by the failure of jhe supply of tobacco provided by the Government to reach the camps of the U. S. Soldiers. tflMnkMlIfV W9 AAA m UA m BaJtleA PLUG When marching fighting tramping wheeling instantly relieves that dry taste in the mouth. W J7S7VYES D. H77VUL.TOro, Proprietor. Remember the name you buy again. PECUNIARY LOSS IS HEAVY. Rice anil Cotton Crop in the V.clnitr ot tfa THIS IS vauuali, tia.,Wss Iladlr Damaged by tVfdiiMday's Storm. Savaxxau, Ga., Sept 2 While Sa- Nei-ca- o, Sfv-ICeepl- safe-keepin- g. vannah suffered heavily from the cyclone which swept over this section of the coast Wednesday morning, the damage on the coast islands and the interior as far as the storm reached is probably greater. The flooded condition of the country renders communication difficult and sections it is entirely cut off and no news has been received to indicate hat the conditions are. The first news from the Carolina Sea islands, which were the scent of the great tidal storm of 1S93 in which thousands of persons perished, was received Friday. While the storm was nothing like that of five years ago the loss is heavy. The benches north of Tybee are lined w ith wrecks of small craft and at liluflton and the other small settlements all the houses were unroofed nnd many were destroyed. The Norwegian bark Bagna, which went ashore on Gaskin bank, was a total wreck Friday. The captain and crew were saved. The bark Noe, in attempting to rescue the crew of which Lieut Morgan and one of his companions lost their lives, has about disap. ny Ijeconcen-trod- o NOT skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced Or r.ny of thobe here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that sea-goi- Who has reconcentrated all of his experience of more than thirty years in the PAINT and WALL PAPER business, the knowledge thereby gained with all his energy and industry reconcentrated he expects to be worthy of ami to reconcentrate nearly all the demands for Wall Paper, ID. IP. AJEIMIIEIR,, -- penrcd. - -- Y-- l bmall steamers have patrolled Cala bogue sound all day searching for tha bodies of the heroic rescuers, but they hate not been recovered. The loss to the rice crop on tho Savannah river alone is estimated at s of 200,000 to 5250,000. the crop has been destroyed. The loss to planters between Savannah and Augusta will run into the hundreds of thousands. A heavy flood is reported in the up per SaVannah river and messengers were sent out from here Friday night to w arn planters of its approach. The cotton crop in the counties adjoining Savannah is practically ruined. lSnAuroLT, S. G, Sept. 3. The schooner May O'Neil is ashore on Richards Island. The schooner C C Foss with main and tnizzen masts gone, is ashore on Hunting Island. The schooner S. D. J. Kawson arrived quarantine station at Thursday night, dismasted, in tow of the tug Juno. The schooner Nelson Uartlett, dismantled, is ashore at HilA schooner, name unton Head. known, is ashore at South Ediston. The brig Ventura is inside Port Royal bar. The crews of all the vessels named are safe. Three-fourth- 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 Iteeoncpntrado Prices: AVall PnperS cents, Window Shades complete 10 cents Picture Frames, glass, baekinp, screw eves and cord, 8x10, 25 cents; 10x20, portrait size, moulding, $1.00; moulding, Si 50 The best Mixed Paint in the market for $1.10; Carrlnjro Paint 50c and 75c per quart, all our own make. You can he a free and independent by doing al! your trading with ch Window Shades, Picture The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters, where h has been for over 31 years, in the ood old town of Richmond, ami still ready to wait on his old customers, and as many new ones as will favor him with their ptttrcti-agHis stock is being added to constantly, and you will find you can get goods cheaper and btter there than any other place. Anjthing he tells yiu fc just as represented, and you can rely on it. SF" Give him a call and enconragu home traue. jer.Mmi. e. Richmond Market It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats are the best. We kill first-clacattle, is why we have always enjoj-ea good share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, hy giving us a trial order that our Beef, Mutton, Pork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market. iJ(x&lv if iisStixZ. v5 fcl M"'3 STlSvii nail r&f' ' d ss Reconi-entrad- m, M ff, 1115 STREET. i wis, iSBSi Home-CTO- P.S. Having bousht in the last CO nil Paper from days two car-loaof " ono of the largest factories in Philadelphia, we received from the President veeelables such as Beans. Potatoes. Peas. Cabbage. Onions. Lettnce. Ead- of the Company a very complimentary dishes, Ac, ic., can be found in our market at all times. Thanking jou for past patronage, I solicit a continuance ot same. thanks, and in conclusion he stated, "You pre a regular Recoscestbado" in the Wall Paper business. We plead Telephone 103. guilty to the indictment We guess may25-l- y Macker Building, Main St. we are, or else we would never have G. M. W. been accused. Fresh Fish Recieved VQ.y- "0.. Tou$as, - mwm SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. CALL !? J"w-HF2&&Sh- jm JSfrrJfcOfcgJBJli fr MANAGER. Best $2.00 and $2.50 t HKiA. l HOTEL. A SrunRtlniiul Itnluor. yx tur-gco- this morning publishes a statement to the effect that tbe minister of war has been officially informed thatEsterhazy proposes shorily to declare himself author ot the Dreyfus letter. PAIUS, Sept 5. The Gaulois Coolest and most refreshing fcof drinks that can be found 7k in the city are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-da- j 'k- 7w t f M - House in Louisville. M - 7M aik- M 7k mch2-6m te Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap. Itrran's Iteglmsiit Mat Disband. b Sept 5. Gov. telegraphed to Washington Sunday asking if it was possible to secure an honorable 'discharge for the members of the 3d Nebraska, Bryan's regiment, on their application. liiKCOLX, Neb., Hol-com- Second St. Phone 3. BIOIDIOND, KY. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. R. US. CUE, Prtsifcrt, Uvatfim, Ej. Tou-rain- ". Wednesday at the Presido Brig. Gen. Miller reviewed the 7,000 troops representing part of the Philippine army of invasion now encamped in San. Francisco. UTEEABY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition for Literary and Bible Coarse $23 a year. More than twenty teachers. $10,000 gymnasium. Thousands of successful alnmni. Hocial and moral welfare ot student receive special attention. Open to both sezei. For lr27-- tf catalogues address the Presidents wnmwmwramttg Shackelford $ t t u 0 Capital Wagons, Di Bi Co i) ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Srt THE MAEKETS. J"LOon C2.75&i9S; HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. VaM Eecom . mends "Wrights Celery-Capsules- New spring patent, 13:8) low ' Cincinnati. Sept. 4.60; spring grade-fiCOa extra i03i8Jr i753i90; do city C2: rje. northwestern. patent, i3.43X70; fancy i3.raa.3J; family "Which is known to be the best all over this county and State. Pakkeksbuso, W. Va., January 26, 1995. Thk WBiairrMKi). Co., Columbus, Ohio- - tatu -- 's WnEAT Sales: No. 2 red to arrive. 60c. CObn Sales: No. 2 white, track, Sic; No. yellow, uack,31c" 2 OAts Salest JTo. 2 n.Ued, track. 22c; do, to v arrive. 2ix select. Hocf Select shippers'. tlKJa-lGO- : butchers', 4S.WQ3.9o; fair to cxa packers"; .KS3.90;. fair to good light, tiatCS; cctn-mand mughs. 9S.1033.73. CATCT.K Fair to good shippers, !J.40t85; good to choice butchers', H.3&3.4.75: fair to mecommon tl"5 dium, butchers", 0 & A fine line of O. K. RANGES and COOK STOVES, the most complete line of all 3E & class of farm Implements and Shelf JE. Hardware in the market. TO DO THE BEST CKtVSS OP Ef WS ARE PREPARED o' A$ , -- M .& Doecesafri u- sase-licited- and-the- - WRKA'-SepB- br; p.lMMlL Sf t; -- -- . Coa-tsert- er.' -- - RIchmokd, Ky. etef&r3.JCUeirT, jg 4 HtwLir.v i.'V ; J ? ":-' -- e- -r vrM .. : 2s- .w J-.- Iik ..: J -- .. - ?& jj-- . v 1 tfe' ?: - - J., - , " 828 , --vd V' a.-l?- "at. . - lMir a . 3. Ji. J", -- ,&$&. t '- - h ', : , -- ' S?W SZ.frr '" Stt. ioe j JrfW ."Se 3P-- t- ft L5? ? 'C v. r &Jv&s&i' -;. ,' .r SS - rSttSSft m -- S.-- .' - j .. &-.- . !'y- - It H3 s- - Qp "J The Ridimond Climax. rUKLISHl. rvEKl WEDMISDA1 VY & NOTICE! HI UteABHiErf ThQ C Climax Printing -- Go. kCMlLLER:T' . PKICK E. WOODS. BO. Associate CdHor. Propria. Mid Or 1 WW M IM'ilt YKAIt, 7, $1.50. 1S9S. WEDNESD A . SEPT. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FO'l CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce JOHN H. CIIHNWULT. of ItadiRon county, a candidate the office .I State Auditor, subject to the action ef the Democratic State Convention. (r IIoX. John IS Ciikxapi.t, of announces himself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Auditor of Kentucky. He is worthy, loyal Demociiflt, would make a most excellent Auditor and will be a strong Deml candidate. Mt. ocrat. llifli-mond, Sterling-Sentine- Tub Moreiierd Advance is properly named, for no jxiper in tlic ktate has made more advancement than it under Mr. Schooler's care. The city of More-hon- d wants many things but already it has one of the greatest factors of a good newspaper, and the people hhetild pivc it the btipport it deserves. I'rcaont blessings deserve our jzratitude pro-pres- As perfect in style and durability as in fit. " TO FIT TIE3 E E"TB j TO FIT THE HEJLID TO FIT THE FOOT TO FIT THE PTJRSE. 3 m srz b3 m " s, THIS WILL STIR THEM UP! first-- The Trade -- announced himself as a candidate for State Auditor. Mr. Chenault is a Democrat and belongs to the most influential family m Madison County. His father is, wo believe, the wealthiest man in that county of mon-ie- d in oh, and the ChennultV generally have filthy lucre to burn. If they coma to John IJ.'s aid lil. they used to when anybody in whom thev felt rwl interest was running for an olHce ' j Umjh the niRii that bent him will be the RowiiHM' Owenton News. thor-OMglibr- ed 1 i John 15. Chb.vaitlt, of Richmond has Will Tw Green With Envy, But What's The Odds? Commencing this week we will of the Finest, Barest, Choicest and Neatest Line of Gents' Furnishings ever sold in this cit)r 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 Tnoit.H DavLson g--t the liKtruc-ikrti- s of Shelby by the tricky work of Ue postmaster of Si.elbjville. n from them saye. tliut a delegation will go to I)nille toopiMj'.e DnvisonY nomination, ml failing will put the MHlaf their condemnation on rascally hwcJhhc methods by voting for George ti. Gilbert. 1 Here is great dissatisfac-tfo- a against DavbotiV method- aKo m ail HioKray geUling bus. a hard rw t ikw nin-- t err Tho1 that Ik has put in oliice ami others for whom lie tixs gotten re alosc lii warm supporters. The and then lie dead for hours alongside belter class toke no stock in him. of the living suHereis. It's too horrible about Tell of Spanish atrocitto lietweeti tlte Governor of "ew ies talkArmenian massacres, of torture As of of a church at at the stake; but for GodS sake don't York ami tbf pa.-tcan be moie ter beiit-vChatUsonga. in the luttt-- r imagine that volunfiruMT L a liar The rible than the destruction of ourhospital thik ti.t ! teer army under the miserable Uowrsor tbo'i Ue (Tamp of Horrois system that is more fearful than Mauser aul giwsout the re-j- bulietb " thi-rtl-- t (tin , re not as bad as Why? nJteNt(Hl. At tbe same time I't'iui pyhania's !.. i.oTenrr.ea home a train The Democrat is often asked why it and does not publish more stock sales and Umd f ewk .il dtiug Ur.i!ey is !oinfj the .same, .terns ot that class. The auswer is Neither buyers nor sellers will whiu tli OIim authorities and the iuriiish the itoms. There seems to be rtiralar rain alout the cruel troat-8- a diffidence about these things that their Ek-- boys are receiving in does not prevail elsewhere. If by Tlie Governor of 3e York lucky chance we get hold of a bale, was rightly named w Leii thev christened there i" no earthly way to get prices. him THxck. Biners won't tell, because they are afraid thev will bo asked to pay too Tim wroiel til condition of the volun- much fertile next bunch. Sellers won't teer ?itiils m receiving; much atten- loll because they are afraid their credimedical fraternity tors will find they have money and tion from tlie of Lexington. Dr. K. M. "Wiley, who swoop down with bills galore. It's lias mode a careful examination into funny, isn't? tlie hospital fcjstein at Chickamauga Circuit Court. correspondent Mill to a Courier-JournCircuit court convened on Monday. Sunday : The trial of Henry Giles who killed Joe IIh voinnteer hosjHtal PsH'm is a hsraceu riviliziuoii. The men are Gnthtf two years ago, is still in progress. 1 ay they are There are four other murder cases. said to lie fn-being Hmnlered by tins wretched sys The Grand Jury: lem. I Iwv' wen fever patients with 15. 15. Million, foreman, M. M. Miller, from their their dry tongues inoutlH;, wiin no medical attention A. Powell, IL C. White, Jno. H. with no iihim. with no clrau sheet. Ross, A. J. House, K. Hendren, wrtn no water lit to drink, with no milk, Coj-- , C. with iMistiinu ant simply left to die, ICoah Tevis A. IC Ixjwis, Jas. G. Jeukins, Collins Coy. " m n The petit jury: Jake Ciisick. G. W. Samuels, G. II. Duncan. .Tr , A. S. Coyle. Win. Terrill, J. K Faulkner, Silas Alexander, "V. IJ. 1 Taylor, Chas. Stapp, U. V. Whitlock, .1. 6. Jones, Sain Barnes, Jas. Noland, French, C. Lexington, Ivy. Alex. Vaughn, W. It. C. H. Covington, 11. A. Harris, Dick Taylor, George I). White, W. B. Wells, Henley Haden, J. M. Smith, J. BROWEU'S The Busiest H. Kennedy, II. D. Thorpe d'o-patch - WALLACE nu-tlii- I i By Tfuw. sept7-4w. day of son county did on the , subscribe One Hundred and 18 Twenty-fivThousand Dollas. (S123 000) to the Capital stock of the ttichmond, Nicholasville, Irvine and Ueattyville Railroad Company., and that loinls on Madison county to the amount of One Hundred and Twenty-liv- e Thousand LJOllats ($125,000) were issued and sold to pay said substruction and thatThir; teen Thousand Dollars ($13,000) worth of said bonds have been redeemed or redemption provided lor and all the interest has been paid or provided for up to July 1st, 1899, audit appearing that ol said bonds tliero aro still outstanding bonds to the amount of One Hundred and Twelvo Thousand Dollars ($112,000) issued for said purpose and that said bonds arc all now subject to call, and are bearing interest at t lie rate of 5 per cent per annum payable semiannually, the question of calling in said bonds and issuing and substituting therefor new bonds of Madison countv. Kentucky, not exceeding the 6a:d amount of $112,000 having been pre sented to this Court and tlie Court being advised is of tho opinion that con siderable money may be saved to Mad sm county by calling in the said out standing bonds and issuing and sulisti tiding there for new bonds of said coun ty, not exceealng One Hundred and Twelve Thousand Dollars ($112,000). the amount of the present outstanding bonds, to be in denominations not less than SofiO nor more than $1,000, and payable at such time within not less than eight and not exceeding forty years, as this court may hereafter prior to the issue of said bonds think proper. The said bonds to bear interest not exceeding 4 per cent per annum, payable to be sold at not less than par. It is thorefore ordered that this Court will on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1S9S, enter an order calling in and directing the Commissioner of the sinking fund of said bonds to call in all of said bonds on January 1st, 1S99, and will at said time, on October 4th, 1898, order that new bond3 to the amount of $112,000 bo issued and sold as hereiu before indicated. It is further ordered that this Court's contemplated action in this matter be published in the Richmond CujtAxand Richmond Register, two newspapers of .Madison county, Kentucky, for atleast thirty days before October 4th, 189S,and that further notice of this Court's contemplated action in this bond matter bo given by printed posters setting forth such contemplated action posted at the live most public places in each voting precinct of Madison county, Kentucky, for atleast thirty days before October 4th, 189S. and this notice shall be given by publication of this entire order in the Enid newspapers for four consecutivo weeks and for at least thirty days before said October 4th, 1898. and by copying this entire order in printed posters in the manner above indicated, for at least thirty davs prior to October 4th, 1S9S. A Corv Attest: JOHN F. "WHITE, Clerk Madison County Fiscal Court. , e semi-annually to-w- it: Augnst Tern, STATE OF KENTUCKY, Madison County Fiscal Court) August 24, 1838, It appearing to this Court that Madi- ls n vte $s ;iw: kv;v ZM liSfe:Le 7av 7i 78.7ftx The Reduction of Va MiV 1 N3k! . $ - - 7S 7&: 53T,3r-r. v ,n 1 M "V V' Applies to every article in our store. "We're making a bona iide effort to cut down the size of mtr summer stock, and it's by a, tumble in prices we'll do it. We navo a new story for every day in Notions, Dry Booty and Shoes and Gouts' Furnishings. Goods, Clothing, j-o- u diiiWhihSiWriihSiiiWfirCK r I a 9 9 9 9 9 3 9 9 9 9 3 9 3 9 9 9 9 43 SJ 3 3 9 -- H n . a line of Towelings, Napkins, Table Cloths, etc. of remarkable value. They are from the stock ot an overcrowded manufacturer, and were made 9 to sell at much more these prices. 1 They are without Hawthanblemish. The or 9 patterns are beautiful and the finish tine. 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, 1 Richmond, Ky. 9 we offer 9 3 9 FOR TOILET OE TABLE fl . 9 . R . 3 s A. r r . 7" xk- Cor. Main and 1st Sts. Richmond, Ky. At McKee's Old Stand. . - . sr- m. .u 11 ff Public Sale As Administratrix of my deeeased husband, Dr. J. M. Foster, I will, at his late residence, on E r e&rt r nisi n i rc lo Tli.2UF3fs as tj Wfliill POWER vv re v. av DEPTH. a vza I rc me properties ot tone which sattsh' ,. . . .a One make of Piano may have one, another two, another three or tnese properties. ! - Vf :TiT' " L TJr S "2y j rat-- t-- .." "aw '2 Tiioki-e- D. C. wln-ie- pent-ionf- GRAND 11.00 Reward $1.00. The readers of this paper will be ing well and that he will carry with pleased to learn that there is at least one him the friendship of every man in Co. dreaded disease that science has been in all C, Sixth U.S. I do not write this to able to cure Hall's its stages, andis that is Catarrh. Catarrii Cuie the cease jour anxiety about him. I just only positive cure known to the mediwrite what I know of him at that time. cal fraternity. Catlarrh being a conIf ou hear anything of him please stitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure write and send me his address. is taken internally, acting directly upon Uespectfully, the blood and mucous surfaces of the WlXFKED GIFT DISTRIBUTION. Jb;o!tdj F t know to what regiment he was assigned But wherever he is I am sure he is do- or e M-- i. Chh-ainti- rt e tiru. Bt k lbc8p. Munso.n. The foregoing testimony exactly bears out the statement recently made to Mr. Jenning3 Greenleaf, of this city, by Lieut. Torrey, of tlie Hough Riders, who said: "I was within eight feet of young wvgant when the order was given to 'Charge:' Ho leaped forward and fought like a tiger." Finest Bank in Central Kentucky. On tomorrow last the State Bank and lal M hniu-iug- " . CF.BfowertCo Corner on Lexington's Busiest Street. A Sevcn-Year-O- ld Equestrian. Mr. Bud Dunnond his seven-year-ol- d Why Want Anything in The Furniture Line With the opportunity of time and prices that we offer you. Those that buy now will certainly congratulate themselves on their forethought. Specials for this week. odd About twenty-fiv- e Chairs. 2s'o. 1 Li-bra- ry "J 'WnH. The following letter explains ilself. Parlor Chair, worth $15.00, It relates to Harry Wygant well reNtfaPA si&jmokel J8.50. membered here, a student of Central rulp-- t Chair, wcrth 12 00. University, later at Purdue University, murk..! fs uu. and less than two j ears ago :iiltsted in No: 6 An Ann Chair, north $13.50, Che U. S Army at Foit Thomas His murk- - i $7.50. father is gallant Capt. Wvgant, 24th U. No. 7 V U - 'Miair, worth $9.00. .S A , who led his company in the btt-Umarked $4 SO. of Santiago, and was engaged at this A WhmIow Seat, worth $12.50, same moment when the Gth malo their No. jCJ ujarke $7.50. memorable charge. "I"No." Al'ar-i.- Ctiair, worth $12.00, Biieok, Owenton Co., Ky. marked c7 55) September 1S9S. No. 10 A Parlor Chair, worth $1500, recehed your Mu. O.K. Woods: httter and in reply will say that I know narked $20.00. your friend, Harry Wyganr. nud know Cots, Mattt esses and Camp him to be oue of the uiavest and one of the finest, men I ever met. Harry was Chairs Our Specialties a corporal in my Company, C . and as a For tl.e Soldiers. Ni'.iiier he could not be beat, and he is the metst courageous and generous man in the artny. 1 saw Harry and was at hs side on that fatal day, July 1, and silw Harry leap when wewore told to do our best and fire at will.' Harry was cool and did not seem to be fright- eiied at all. But I was wounded soon ii'i the eugajetnett aad IJiave not sees LEXIKGTON, K kln alaee. ; H a smmU M I do set Ino. 2 ,markeilS.O0. niatked $5.00. A Library Chair, worth A Library Chair. woiUi $10.00, $13.00, son, Charlie, won four blues nt the ISarboureville Fair last week, two of which were received- on Mr. Dunn's premium saddle mare, "Walking Denmark. Mr. Dunn won the blue as the best gentleman rider and his son took the premium in tbe boy's ring. Charlie is the little man who took the premiun at the fair here last year for the best boy rider" over twenty-thre- e entries, and since then ho has made himself quite famous at the different fairs over Kentucky, having received five premiums for the best besides a number in the saddle rings on Walking Denmark. The little fellow hardly seems large enough to eit upon a horse, yet he handles his reins like an experienced jockey and rides with all UieRiaeeof a man witkyeats of practice. By the way, Charlie was 6een at the Borea fair last" week sitting on a rather rough looking animal, and was asked by a CtiMAx reporter what he was doing riding that obi plug? " by," said Charlie, "we brought disun along to carry de premiums homo on I" boy-iide- r, Lfapcd Forward When Told lo Fire. Trust Company move into their mar banking house, the hand somest building of the kind in this part of Kentucky. The bank proper covers the lower double floors of tbe building heretofore occupied by the Second National Bank and H. J. Streng. The front is of stone, with a roomy vestibule walled witii white marble. The doorway is immense, and the arched windows equally capacious. Within the scene is strikingly like that presented by the largest city banks. First, d the floor is of granite, the walls with white marble, and the lnrge circular counter is paneled with the same polished marble. The ceiling is laid on" in ornamental squares. The most impressive eight, and one that our city bankers have inspected with great pleasure, is the immense steel safo deposit vault. It is a steel cage three inches thick walls, ceiling and floor and is about nine feet square. It has two apartments; in front are the private safety boxes of customers; behind steel bars rest the bank's valuables, safe, books, etc The vault is absolutely airtight, smoke, water, and fireproof. The front doors of the vault are immense, the main door alone weighing 9,000 pounds. Its hinges and handles weigh at least a ton. Besides this vault there is the old one, to the left, which has done service for so many years. The bank apartment is thoroughly complete and exceedingly beautiful within, and attractive from without. However, this does not comprise the whole of the improvements made. There are two rear pri vate ofllces and six handsome offices up stairs, besides a. basement neatly arranged. The Company is justly proud of the building, and this pride is shared by all public spirited citizens, who rejoico to see such vast improvements in our beautiful city. We must call attention to the rapidity of the construction of this building. It is the work of Mr. Sam Itice, and is not only the quickest but handsomest structure ever erected in the county. The entire work has occupied less than eighty days, no litUe of the work having been performed at night. Mr. Rice has been greatly piaised for this finest product of his skill. wains-coate- The triumph of the republican party in 1890 was a triumph of everything that is good as shown by results. .Never before had a partv such claims upon the Milfragcs of the people. It stopped the tide of commercial and financial distrust and sent the wTTcels of the manufacturers buzzing. It has carried us swift-- y and Ktfcly through a greatwar, and in gieat honor has brought peace to the sstem. thereby destroying the founda country. It is recklessness in the Cou tion ol the disease, and giving tlie pa to break the friendly tient strength by building up tlie con bonds forged in the fight of 1S9S in this stitution and assisting nature m doing it3 work The proprietors have so much glpd hour. faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for anv case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Rev. W. R. Lloyd concluded a nine Toledo. O. Sold by Druggist., 7oc. days meeting at Irvine with eleven Hall's Family Pills are the beet. additions. bept-- 7 lm Protracted meeting will begin at the Waco Baptist Church, Sunday next. THE COURIER JOURNAL. Rev. J. N.Edwards, of Louisville, will ! rier-Journ- al A Full Set af Fix War Braoriil Jjkiom Tuesday, at Sepi 201 -' I RELIGIOUS. Ettrj Fim.lj tt tnUi Statu. For sixty dajs we'll ghe absolutely without 2 p. cost a full set of six War .Memorial bpoons to e ery family sending us a cash order for Household Furniture selected from our catalogue, no matter whether the order be for $1 or $l,uo. office furniThis means that we're going to add fifty thousand names to our list of permanent customers. We're going to demonstrate that it pays to send one dirict to the factory for furniture. This distri- books, bution will cost us thousands of dollars and of in make us thousands of friends. Each spoon is of a different design F'our U. cabiS. Battleships, including the "ilaine," Soldiers in Camp in Cuba, and Jforro Castle. These spoons are not the cheap kind ader-tike- d extensively at H to $l.o(l a set. They are warranted bet coin siher plate on a base of pure nickel silvtr(not low grade brass). They M. will wear for years and become a priceless heirloom for future generations. Send for a copy auir31-3- w ot our catalogue You should enclose stamp or two to help pay postage. QUAKER VALLEY MFG. CO., SITUATION AS NURSE BY OLD a"3,3J5 & 357 West Harrison St., Chicago WlNTFTl man formate invalid. Had exper- lltniLU aug31-Jaug21-3Call at this office. lencc y. m m., publicly o'clock, sell the following valuable personalty: All ture and fixtures, surgical instruments, etc., the the finest outfits State. Also pictures, nets, music, sofa, carpets, etc. FOSTER, MRS. J. Admx. Ifciano. .,.,. . cotnfc-'aa'nm Sll - . JmVJ- - Has them all in fcarmoaiotss write us. t Wayne Organ . di Agcc's n rast ill citks. Ii none Established 25 years. lOsssssaQCficsBatseaaaaesoaeooseseeaeecoss o0;;;:-V.v--- ItlKOOIttKlltltOtlettlHttlltgtttlKIMt ON WITH YOUR ............ aug3-6- Go.9 Ft Wayne, Ind Jcte ADS. .? w GQaaiai6Si0998iea9tc9te9e(Sc ................ - N0W IS THE TIHE. -- V-S'3 ;... 1 a w 0 ,'!((( m AAAMAAAftlAAAaAMAAaAABAAAA -- a o assist Rev. S. A. Owen. SC "- e - I CiF.Brower&Co,, Your friends may smile But that tired feeling Means danger. It Indicates impoverished And impure blood. Awarded This condition highest Honors World's Fair, to serious illness. It should be promptly Overcome by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. JParis Reporter Hep. Which purifies, and. The has wriggled Enriches the blood, back into tho edge of the filthy mire. CREAM Strengthens the nerves, It will nominally support the democratic candidate for congress nominaTones the stomach, ted on a platform that endorses the Creates an appetite. Chicago platform and declares for Bryan. It is with the deepest regret that And builds'up, we mark the tendency in this great Energizes and vitalizes journal, that has done so much, and engreat-grandmoth- er may-Lea- d says that beThe Courier-Journa-l v tween Turner, with whom it differs on the fiscal question and agrees on all others and Mr. Evans with whom it agrees on the money question and differs with on all others, it will vote for Turner, though it admits that it is no festival of its. Continuing the paper says: "If Mr. Turner is elected those who have put him in nomination shall have all the honors. We shall burn no bonfires either in his or our own glorification. Neither is it our funeral. If he be defeated, we 6hall not put on any mourning. We simply choose between a partly objectiouable democrat and a wholly objectlouablo republican, and advise our readers to follow our example." In other words the C.-- J. is wil ling "to compromise with dishonor," but to do so in a way that when it does take the medicine, it shall be with as many grimaces as possible, ouch sup port by the paper of so "great influence" is not creditable to it. It should have swallowed the dose like a man or refused to take it at all. The Lord loves the demcratic party and shows it by chastening it, but this kind of chastise ment is a little to much for it, hey Mr. "Watterson? Stanford Journal. It will be a great surprise, no doubt, to a great many people, both Democrats and Republicans, to know that tbe Journal has editorially announced that it will support Hon. Oscar Turner for congress, who was nominated Monday by the Democratic Congressional Covention, composed of the city of Louisville and Jeflerson county, asTur-ne- r is a free silver man and the convention that nominated him endorsed the Chicago platform and William J. Bryan for the Presidency in 1900 by an overwhelming vote. After the stubborn and persistent fight the Courier-Journhas made, and all the bard things it has said about the Democrats, it seems almost incredible that it should support a free stiver man for Congressman running upon the Chicago platform, but its medicine by saying it it sugar-coat-s still does not believe in free silver. This looks as though it means to blow hot and cold and while it will ostensibly support the Democratic party and its nominees with one hand, in order that it may have sufficient party standing to hold and increase its subscription and patrouage among the Democrats it will at the Mime time with the other hand thrust tlie assassin's cold steel into the principles of the party it thus proposes to play for self .intercut. While we do not- wish to prejudge its coursef in its present position, nothing could ne more dangerous to tho best iuterest of the party than to accept its leadership until it has demonstrated its absolute good faith. Winchester Sun. on-lCourier-al Doctor McMillan's subject next SunHtm- day morning will be, "If I Forget Thee, Oh Jerusalem, Let My Right Hand Forget Her Cunning." Vs. Y.lltli. CO... His evening discourse (7:0, p. ui.) will bo on, "True Greatness " This is a season of protracted meetings, says the Lexington Messenger. A great number are now in progress and a gieat number will be in progress in course of a few weeks. Tho members of a congregation, expecting a meeting, should prepare for it weeks, even months ahead, in order that tlie church maybe ready ror it when the time comes. Much of the good accomplished in meetings is done before they actually begin, by tho prayers and eaanest work of the membership. The work can be done in many ways by a godly life on the part of the members, by attending the meeting regularly, by praying for its success, by talking with sinners concerning the salvation of their souls and by giving the preacher ThisMcans your undivided support and By doing theso things you will make the way perfectly clear for a good, successful and mcet- - o... tittiitiniiiitt a Mill bverybody Knovs mu AAmm.AkAAA AAAAA A ).. Our Great M idSumffler learance bale Grulkl to ih Intended Purchaser. E a & Not Baltimore and Ohio M raa J.JT I " rtt r v IS NOW GOING ON. a fi Biggerstaff w dt WS 1 9 BUTG i soul-stirri- nt ing". Tho state favorite, tlie Proctor Knott cigar. w E SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIVcent on any article you may want. PER Oldham 9$ BIRTHS Lipscomb. On Wednesday night, Aug;. 31, twin boys were born to the wife of F. J. Lipscomb, nee Miss Roark. But alas I the mother scarce n felt the breath of her before her own life went out and left the tiny, helpless infants motherless and the husband alone. Rev. "W R. Lloyd preached the funeral Sunday. De Jarnettb. To the wife of Daniel C DeJarnetto, nee 3Iiss Nannie Willis, of this city, ac Bowling Green, Va., on Monday, Aug. L9, a ten pound boy, Daniel. Wo would infinitely rather have recorded it Joe Willis, Jr., but the proud fatLor thought Daniel was a prettier name, though in this county it don't mean as much as "Joe "Willis." However, to parents and son, and to its grandparents and its we extend our well wishesand congratulations. May Daniel the 2nd be a source of unendiug joy to its kith aud kin. first-bor- from $3.50 to $13.50 ; one such as we have been sellin"from $5.00 to $1S.00. Our Men's Suits OUE YOUNG W4 - f JJSS 4M?5W? usadw r.:: v;: ri:v, .: ,;11 FOLDING BEDS nfltifins nnrl Tl-nn Kl DS 811. Mantel, Upright, Coinbi- cnmAfliinrr nexv 5 yjZT flM'!' Jtf cy-- ' MEFS SUITS from $3.50 to $7.25 are such as we have been selling at $5.00 to $10.00. $& $ wy & from 75 cents to $2.S5,are such as we have been sellinjr for $1.00 to $4.00. IfM5 Knee Pants Suits 0 ) jfPQ ? The only thing of the kind ever cvei- eAuiuiLt:u iu jicnmonu. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties in- eluding iient Glass, Mirror Backs, be. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.00 in Ash, ana j.ianogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n hand CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. See Them. BUFFETS S & vaj oj.uiijjai.iiwi nou, jjuu "r5 & 47 o-o- iij c ivuipu; at $1.50 to $3.40, INI U lillUU beeu selling from are such as we have $2.00 to $4.50. ball and made and painted by V MWQ Qllfil?? at $1.00 to $3.75,' are such as we have lUlJll 0 UllULiO been selling tS ? at $1.50 to $5.00. - ing at Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. - LJ iV -- tiA 1 O $1 ASS Jrt such as we have been sell- M L "We are too busy to j;ivo a full list of our immense stock, bat as3Bre you that anything you may need you can find at oar new quarters. 3 Courier-Journ- al w wnen vou intenu buvinr. and evRrvhwv tnnwa what a Clearance Sale means at 9 5 . fgTThese are prices that you can't afford to over- - T j DAY TSXKPHONB TS. NIGHT TKLKPHONE 87. ' " -- - Afi j3 ' I4teant bt The, whole system. B sure to get - -- Oalr Hoii( dured so much, to surrender W How the Courier-Jo-t raal frill yote m a 8bm11 matter .'but how.tba Courier. m mnUnr SMtVtr JoutHnl wiU, ajw y. "? A 8W4 Grtfl m Awmoflte, j USFCraim of Tartumm Alum mum H. Ji SiTREN6d IiraEBSTHEP -. BAKING - & WkMim fee City Make Ymt rJetKiirters Witl PERFECT MADE. -- ' Q ' .!" !J any htr aMNm TIM VTAMMMt ? PhW. Hn - " , Tfce - (Mkr'm Ftrwkf, Tie - irf m t cr.TUMitr. ... . -- t OLDHAM 0 " ?r Nl &, WsWu!i2W"1,r'srv. - ft n'.aa t v VTSK e ZB1 , 1 s- -- xiSTROHGLY FOBTIFIEDc 4 4 I A Care all liver ills, bilious- ness, headache, soar stom-M 1 94 ach, Indigestion, constlpa- ft 1 ir tlcn. Tliejr act easily, with- cut pain or gripe. Sold tijr all drngRlstJ. 25 cents. The only 2111s to take with Hood's Simaparllla. Hood's III n CUBAN OIL wnue. Salt-Ithcu- m IIS fK . OUR CASTLE! - Col. Evans' Peace Commission will not be able to patch up differences with the Hambrick Committee.. cures CuN, Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. THE CAUCUS HELD 7 Planters "PiS Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and Deadly Shells, but with BARGAINS 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. G Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors toJW. A 2S Gen. Shatter arrived at Montauk Point on the transport Mexico. THE VERDICT RENDERED! EICHMOITD, MT. STEHLINQ AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE A M M tsr- - ifIt will pa- - j-o- u to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying elsewhere. A Quality and Rrice Guaranteed. 207 WEST MAIN S SK Totter, and liczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad sases nave been pcrnumently cured by it. It is cqnally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eye3. 25 cts. per box. Dr. Caily's Conililion Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in nse to put a horse in prime condition. Price 23 3ents per package Lieut. Fastin Ilicatt, of the Second Kentucky regiment, and Miss Mary I. Warnock were married at Lexington. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in world. This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out for the mau who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeAVitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile curs. Douglas & Wells. A night Watchman at Lexington was set upon and robbed by six soldiers of $20. ? 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; they must all go. AQ NIS NM' A N H V M A 7&? STREET, RICHMOND, KY. 1 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. - sieBi The Richmond Climax. Proctor Knott Cigar. For Sale. Mr. Gilbert's Speech. GiU-er- Hon. George G. Gilbert, Democratic per yard, former price 15c. patterns to close at To Do Happy nominee for Congress from this DisI have 2,000 sheep and 200 liend of or cheerful or useful is next to an imtrict, spoke nt the court house in Rich 1S9S. cattle for sale, at low prices. possibility when one is suffering from Ui nK.D.VY SEPT mond on Monday. Congressman Davi We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for a discomforting cold or a nastv little Address, Rook, Fiiaxk son. the Republican nominee, had been cough. If you are "down in the mouth" 1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up bej2tMf Merrielta.Ga. t from the effects of a cough or a cold, invited by Mr. 1 to be present tween our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from 6ic to Sc per Kertisomeuts will he received C you will find vour delight hi the use ot a Assigned. but is ill of hay fever in Michigan, and uar- - ?t I HP CLIMAX with the yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12i to ISc per yard. 23c bottle of Dr. Bell's J J. Powers, the First street saloonistj besides will probably not participate in Druggists sell it. It that its circulation exceeds made a private assignment Saturday to these public debates, preferring the Exactly 10S Years Old. i of any other paper published C progress It is believed a battle is in Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold the State Bank and Trust Company. "still hunt," as he. is no part of a 3 At the unquestioned age ot 10S years, between the British and Dervishes near Mfhinond. C J per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. speaker. Ivabilitler and assets unknown. in this sale at C Andy Mulhns, a negro man, enterc The court room was filled and many tained a crowd in County Clerk White's Omdurman, on the upper Nile. Moves To Town. stood within the railing and the good TEA cures Remember, prices named oh our entire stock We have recently added to our line of im- m ) J J. Barclay, of Kingston, will short- attention gien the speaker evidenced oflice on Thursday with stories of old v sia, Constipation and IndiIlenti- Hobson, of goods for 10 days during this sale will be settlers of Madison. lie was born on ported French Organdies about 300 new styles ( ly move to Richmond, having ex( rreception for Gilbeit the Liver. Price, - lie bott smoker, the Proctor Knolt changed his residence and four acres of a kindly people who knewMr. only by Taylor's Fork and brought up by Mack gestion.by RegulatesThomas, successors 25 cts. and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the ) ) CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all to W. among a Perry & Sold him Mullins, known to our older inhabi- G. White. land for Lee Maupin's residence on reputation. at 19c per yard, former ) fine patterns includod ) our stores. Curiosity, therefore, tants, and left hereabout fifty years ago. Let Midkiir paint and trim your Third Street. Mr. Barclay wishes to brought ninny to hear him, whilst a price 25c to 35c Come early to get choice. Esau Hobbs was Now is the time to enlist as a customer. g:e his children the advantages of our hopeful feeling prevailed with others To test his knowledge many questions and badly wounded shot from ambush e in Belle county. -) We are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry of fact were put to him, and his replies All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and excellent Caldwell High School. that our nominee, "the man who beat were astounding, so truthful were they. i theinnrkct M011-l- a Machinemade Torchou Laces, Hamburgs and More than twenty million free samto make this the greatest sale we ever held. McCreary," might prove every inch Damaged Tobacco. -- old for $1 to $l.tio per in. "I am astonished at myself," said the ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazl Salve Embroideries of all kinds, Paris Mulls, Swisses, ( ( We extend a cordial invitation to every one to As a result of so much rain tobacco worthy to carry the Democratic banner old fellow. "1 remember things almost have been distributed by the manufac-tuierv,H. Midkiii'sline of burgie. before White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash D ) What better proof of their congrowers in Madison and adjoiniug since fate had decreed that he and noj, 100 years ago." He said when General attend. regardless of cost to close the goods sale at prices bu. All vork guaranteed. fidence in it's merits do yon wain? It ) ) counties are making much complaint our favorite son should carry it in the Clay (now SS) was a child that he was a cures piles, bums, scalds sores, in the 11 Oiiio i entire lot. coming struggle. We did not intend to hold this sale when about their crop being damaged in the L2 ( grown man, "doing a man's w6rk." shortests spate of time. Douglas & ( C" Harris.of Kingston will move At the outset we declare that the im- His wife died about twenty years ago.) Wells. Prices on all other lines of goods we carry Darn1-- , 'lhey say it is rotting and fallwe began giving tickets- on our handsome 2 ) ) iiiuond to educate Lis ehildreu ing oir the stalks and many aie keep- pression which Mr. Gilbert made upon They had seven children, only two of including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, NoThe strike of mine workers at Hazlc-io) ) Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them one and all, so far as we weieable to de- whom survive, b 'th being in this t Shoes, etc, have been made so low in this tions, li ing fires in their barns to dry it out. Pa., is at an end. ( during this sale nevertheless. So come early and termine by the visiblo effects at the county, Treasy Maupin, 73, and Andy sale that each and every item purchased will be ( riu lar.t picnic of the season at Kicked Cut of Harness Very Respectfully. time, and since bv personal interviews, Mullins, 67, with both of whom we 1 here Is a lhfference a bargain You can't go wrong here. ) ) avoid the rush. at Lick Springs will be given at- Misses Beisie Ilockaday and Stella was altogether favorable. In the firtt a vast difference betalked. Uncle Andy is a Baptist and a real difference, y Adam's had a rude experience on and place he is a man of exceedingly pleas- Sept 1 was his lOSth birthday. He tween Dr. Celt's any other cough, told and lung remedy. P. ttb A. Due-tomillets at White with Dr. Hockadaj 's rockaway ant address G feet tall, well proporwould not be surprised if he Besides cutting the phlegm and curing said he ii, have Itoujdil 10,000 bushels of hors. The latter, without provoca tioned and handsome; as a speaker, lived another century and springing to the cough or cold at once. It soothes I Jt i COIltH. tion or previous warning proceeded to fluent, familiar with history, philosoheals the bronchials. his feet like a hoy of IS ho gave a jolly the irritation I ne ice cieain given at the kick the ehicle to pieces, throwingout phy, art and poetry; with strong col- laugh that made all hope he would be and exhilirates the lungs. 25c at all good druggists. It the young ladies, bruising Miss Adams lections, courageous to express them, among us many years longer. . Christian Chinch on Saturday considerably. manly to adhere to them, unequivocal, Rev. Jas. A Liudley, the oldest minnetted 24,86. The pain of a burn or scald is almost on the stand, impressing his hearers The Bankruptcy Law. instantly relieved by applying Cham- ister iu Todd county, is dead at ninety-thre- e of Mndcufa, Beres has years. The new bankrupt law went into ef- with the belief that he was able to cope berlain's Pain Balm. It also heals the iabitant males oil, females 402; fect August 1st but it cannot be en- with the best, and as we gradually were injured parts more quickly than any lii'eb. 'DM colored. Chronic Diarrhoea Cured. forced until the referees are in ollice won to this belief our satisfaction with other treatment, and without the burn leave a scar. This is to certifv that I have had was complete. is very severe does cheapest road ready for business. When the would-b- e our new standard-beare- r iae the best and For sale by Perry & Thomas. chri'inc diarrhoea ever since the war. on the market. sept7-lbaakrupt takes his application he is His visit reassured all that the interests I got so weak I could hardly walk or do S. L. MlDKIKK. required to deposit $25 in cash in order of the party had been Iplaced in the auj thing. One bottle of ChamberShoulder Dislocated. iKVwViftV! hands of a gentleman, eminently lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea -SMS-3i&r2KfiKfl &$ GaSmf-SKfit- Inundation for the colored to pay the referee and clerk. Then the worth and able, one who Roy Williams, the 14 vear old son of Itemed v cured me sound and well. would adorn j' releiee take charge business J. It. Gntns, Fineastle, Va. ih laid last Wednesday, the ami settles for him, of histaking Z7Z?$fe&7Zfc Williams, of Kirksville, had his wa-it out a seat in Congress, reflect credit upon Squire after vZ "VI. r"VTVy VcvIi"- rli I had chronic diarihona for twelve zmmmtmamttw&i tore to be completed in 00 days! his constituents and be a positive right shoulder dislocated iu a runaway years, inree bottles ot tiiatnberlaiir& , now a full line of the amount allowed by law of the Stale qtantity in Legislative affairs. Sunday evening in this city. His horse Colic, Cholera ana Utarrliooa iteineuy I liaeou hand-in which the bankrupt lives. He turns S. L Siiavhk, rade buggies, cjii riages and road everything into cah, pays the money Gov. McCreary introduced Mr. Gil became frightened at the gas lights near cured me. Fineastle, Va. .I.at low est prices. bert in a speech that was as graceful as the L. & N. depot and ran away, turnout to creditors, and when everything Both Mr. Gibbsand Mr. Shaver are dislocat,ull-luiJ:. L. MiDKlFF. is gone he gives the bankrupt a clear ever a defeated candidate paid to a ing over the buggy and besides prominent fanners and reside near ing hisshoulder the occupant was con- Fineastle, Va. They procured the will resume her receipt for all his debts, not forgetting successful rival, cordial in commendaMrs. U. W. Tickets remedy from Mr. W. K. Casper, a siderably bruised about the breast. in September and will re-- . to remunerate himself with 1 per cent, tion, earnest in solicitation, and thorhtt druggist of that place, who is well acMade a New Man of llim. pupiW on and aflor the lirst Jlon- - of the proceeds, which is all he gets in oughly loyal to the party and to the quainted with them and will vouch candidate. Gov. McCreary urged one for the truth of their statements. For ang 17 tf addition to the fee of S10. Bryan, Ohio, Jan. 13, 1S97. and all to rally around the banner and Gentlemen: For years I had been sale b; Perry & Thomas, Druggist, lm His Stone Coffin Weighed a Ton. vc .id 111 supplement of Waller Ben by united efforts elect Mr. Gilbert to suffering from indigestion. Had a poor r5s?i Cooler weather is predicted by the loIruMee J. C. Adams- - Big .ale of Stephen Langford, aged SG years, Congress. appetite and could not eat anything containing grease and had constantly a cal weather forecaster. iuiple- - who died last week near Clay's Fern-- , iink, crops and farming Mr Gilbert spoke for an hour, and worn out feeling. After using . Our Clearance Sale is now on. "We was buried ou Saturday afternoon near was repeatedly applauded, evidencing 50c bottles of Dr. Caldwell's Syrupthree Pep Scrofula, hip disease, salt rheum, d his home, iu a stone coilin, weighing the imendorsement which his sin 1 am now able to eat anything my dyspepsia and other diseases due to are offering all Summer Goods at In fall term of Central lTnier-The 1SO0 pounds, which he had made long speech received throughout its deliv- - appetite craves and can say it has made pure blood are cured by Hood's Sarsawill iKighi next 'fiiesd-iy- . Cost. Ginghams, Percales, Madras a new man of me. Eli Bowen. B. L. parilla. It priiNpects arc good for a large aalen- - before his death. The massive coffin ery. His references to the financial MIddelton. sept- 7 lm Cloth, Lawns, Organdies, Duck was hauled to the gave on a sled drawn question were in elegant taste and no Senator Lindsay, just returned to Suiting, in fact everything in the The examiniug trial of M. J. Hughes, Frankfort, says the United States should by four mules. It was lowered to its Democrat could take exparty was given last Friday night resting place on rollers by means of a ception. He asked them to do as the for the killing of A. F. Steele, was bekeep all or none of the Phiippiues. wash goods line. Also a nice line gun at Versailles. It X. Bealey'6 newlv built tobacco trench to the bottom of the grave. Courier-Journa- l store-roolast week announced of Dress Goods at your own price. Paint Lick. Several from heie The lid was of stone, hermetically it would do, vote for Hon. Oscar TurWhat Tommy Said. The hadies. led. iiit Please call and see our line before sealed and secured by heavy flagstones. ner, Democratic nominee for Congress! Uncle John Well, what do you The pleasant effect and perfect safety Deceased was a very wealthy man, If the Courier-Journcan say: "We with which ladies may use Syrup of mean to bo when you get to be a man? purchasing elsewhere. Tom Samuels and Mr. Willerford, Little Tommy (promptly) A docwho rose from obscurity by hard work, 6imply choose between a partly objec- Figs, under all conditions, makes it tor, & brought about 75 cattle like pa. their favorite remedy. To get the true obUncle John (quizzically) Indeed; look for the name w n court day winch they bold at and he leaves an estate worth about tionable Democrat and a wholly and genuine article, SG0000. His wife survives, and to his jectionable Republican' and advise our of the Calitornia Fig Syrup Co printed and which do you intend to be, an al,;.mh.1 prices. favorite nephew, Wm.A Langford, is readers to follow our example," will near the bottom of the package. For lopath or srhomoeopath? Little Tommy I don't know what The harvest is nat, the Summer is bequeathed the larger1" portion of his Gold Democrats vote against the nomi- sale by all druggists. them awful big words mean. Uncle . .ded aud you have not paid for your nee who represents their principles upwealth. Paris papers heretofore hostile to John; but that don't make no differs,jnford Journal or Richmond Climax, on every vital question save one, to Dreyfus, join in the cry for a new trial ence, 'cause I aiu't goin' to be either store-roo- m Steve While's Funeral. , of 'em. I'm just goin' to be a family ihau.o 011 you! support a candidate who representsthat for the prisoner of Devil's Island. No death here in recent years awakdoctor an' give all my patients Hood's Very Little Trouble. -- The City Council levied a tax or Sarsaparilla, 'cause mj' pa says that if sorrow one and that one only? ened the deep and Mr. Gilbert has relatives in Madison Si 000 ou the bucket shop operated in and regret occasioned by the demise of "I had an attack of rheumatism and he is a doctor, he's 'bliged to own up get the tins city. This will likely cause the Stephen Bates White, which was noted and has now many friends here, and could untilno reliet from the medicines I that Hood's Sarsaparilla issaw in best his I began taking Hood's Sar- - family medicine he ever his futuro visits will be made both tried uueerii to move out. 'J Ins medicine cureu me and life. our last issue. The funeral services auglO-lin sapanlla. profitable and pleasant. His end of I have had very little trouble from Slimer & lloahal, live stock sales-n- it were conducted at the late resideuce of the district has not had a candidate for rheumatism since. We keep Hood's n, Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, the deceased, on High Street, in the Congiess in fifty years and they have Sarsaparilla in the house all the time." very reasonable presence of a large concourse of friends, ilno. See ad, of their vabeen furnishing the greatest major- Mrs. M. Judson, Beersheba, Teuu. 5eV5 rates. Also their references. Put run; following which a procession of one ities down there. Now that they have Hood's Pills are the only pills to lake V hundred and eleven carriages and forty ryl;" ize them. a candidate he confidently, expects with Hood's Sarsaparilla. lie sure to led by Past footmen, the Masonic escort It Mr. Sidney Kelley, of Locust Grand Master J. Speed Smith, wended this end of the district to do its duty, get Hood's. Not an electric battery or belt; out-Branch, owns a turkey hen that hatch- its way to the cemeterv. At the house for said he "we beliee you are as Roosevelt's Rough Riders are included Vf Truth wears well. People have vV-- CHOICE PURE BRED PLYMMOTH sale at SOc, turkeys this year, Rev. Jasper K. Smith, of the Presby good Democrats as we are." in list of troops to be mustered Not a mysterious or miracu- learned that DeWitt's Little Early and $1 J00.Rock Cockerels for H. COLYER. 75c et three litters of MRS. H. lous cure; Conseaug31-2Richmond, Ky. He called attention to the announce- out. Risers are reliable little pills for reguand now has to her credit forty-eigteriau church, as is his beautiful cusconstipation ment of Hon. J. Ii. Chcnault for State thanksgiving aud chriotmas fowls. One Minute Cough Cure surprises But one based on Nature's lating the bowels, curing tom at funerals, read a chapter aud and sick headache. They don't gripe. Auditor and had kind things to say of people by its quick cures and children anyimmutable laws. Stephen Langford's sill was pro prayed prayed as only ho can, a very of may take it in large quantities with- Beneficial alike to the infant Douglas & Wells. that gentleman," who was forced to bated ou Monday. It names V. A. sermon in itself, full of gentlest cousola-tio- respond and ho made a very appro- out the least danger. It has won for Circuit Court begun Monday. supand the octogenarian. family and priate speech, eliciting loud applause, itself the best re'putation of any preparto the Langford, Admr., bequeathinj: his envs&j for colds, croup, tickation used except 120 acres of friends wife, children, parents, all. At and the meeting ndjouned. tire state to him ling in the throat or obstinate coughs. T PARALYSIS. land which shall b his wife'd during the Cemetery the Knights Templar The Lost Saw Logs. Douglas & Wells. D II Mayor's Office, Newprk, N. J., Oct her life, and $500 to a colored servant. and Blue Lodge formed in a double This week G. W. Pope, It. W. Creech, Uood Enough to Take. 10. lbal Dear Sir: I have suffered for square around the grave whilst the imis Madison George Smith, James Skidmore and J. T. Coy, of KIrksville The finest quality of loaf sugar is more than a year with paralysis of the pressive burial ceremony of the fratercounty solicitor for the celebrated Pick- nity was conductcJ by Mr. John A. Hig Wright Belcher, who went in search of used in the manufacture of Chamber- right side. 1 had very little use of my the arm not put it ett Tobacco Warehouse, corner 8th and gins. The tomb wjis lined with leaves T. J. Asher & Son's lost saw logs, all lain's Cough Remedy and the roots right of my and couldtried severaltorem- For sale -- within 5 miles of back head. I main, Louisville. Four mouths storage of living green, eujbduing as far as hu- returned to their houies at Pi noville, used in its preparation give it a flavor edies, but found no permanent relief bed-roo- m Ky., in Daviess, to that of maple syrup, making free. Write Mr. Coy at Kirksville if man power could the awful spectacle of having biiccessfully completed their similar pleasant to take. As a ineui until I tried the Electropoise. I have Owensboro, it very county in Western On Thursday, Sept. 29, 189S. you need his services. He's strictly cor- the new made grave. Into this narrow work. During the recent high tide, the cine for the cure of coughs, colds, la been using it now for two months and the best ful1 dinning-roo- m offer at publogs came down so last it was impossi grippe, croup and whooping cough it is It has improved me wonderfully. I Kentucky, rect and will do you right- I WILL on the above day at 11 o'clock home was gently lowered the remains ble to handle them,consequently Asher unequalled by any other. It always cheerfully recommend it to all suffersale, on the premises, lic ers from pamlysis. Yours truly, S GO of what a few hours before was as fine Best Patent Hour . - ray faim of & Sons allowed a great many of them to cures, and cures quickly. For sale by JOS. W. STANSBURY. Perrv & Thomas. Drugsriats. 55 a specimen of manhood as ever walked Best Family pass. The same conditions existed at Free. Write for 112 page lUmlratsd-lxxiU- tl 10 our streets, now cold in death and un. crently rolling, the A Xo one Coffee one-ha- lf WillianiBburg and at Point Bumside.eo 1 00 responsive to the yearning hearts about women on a pleasure trip Dubois & webb, 1G lb Sugar the logs went over the falls. Mr. Asher were knocked from a yacht and drowned balance is rick creek bottom, "Rvprv- - fte 5 it." The wealth of flowers, typifying rlocivcw 513 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 2 Cakes Lenox Soap went at once to Nashville and secured in Lake Erie. 275 acres in a high state of Situated about 6 miles from Lexington, sept"-6- m 5 the devotion and respect of all, so vol. . 1 Bar Big Deal bv the Richmond pike, it being ou tho tug boat and with it gathered and a cultivation; 100 acres of wood Walnut Hill pike mile from its juncuntarily and so tenderly laid upon, his bunched logs as fast aa they reached A man's health is the rope by which first-clas- s Gus Mahgolex. land; bluegrass grows luxur tion with the former named. About he climbs to success. If lie can keep presentasspectotors grave, moved those IIOSHAL. VtJ V. C. SUMER.-JO- HN navigable portion of the river. That his health, he will go on to success Yd t and the other iantly. Building, a roomy is in grasss;abundantly in wheat with Hon. John B. Ohenault, of Rich- as if by one vast spirit to the emotions the supplied corn. It is is now through aud his men have his health is the very thing he neglects mansion, surrounded !nKtin- - water, also lanre cistern, and mond, is an announced candidate for of those who. loved him best. The wort I logs,, about 2,500 in more than anything else. It is easier Dwell the Democratic nomination for State trees beneath whose grateful shade the all returned. The by forest trees; 3 tenement under usual trood farm fencing. STORY health is to regain it. are all securely rafted and to keep a mau than it himself running feels When Auditor. He has been chairman of the vast concourse stood, seemed bowed number, 2 barns 1 tobacco ing a SUBSTANTIAL TWO Ualls houses; along the-- xiver at different down, when he realized a loss of vitalKKICK HOUSE of 8 Rooms, Democratic Committee of Madion for lower before t le grief and anguish pict- fastened barn, holding- 25 acres of to- and Dry Cellar. Outbuildings are stock ity and energy, he must call a halt. leader in all pol- ured beneath them, and the sighing of several yeais, an active bacco, 1 cattlejaarn which will ham. brick servant's house, ice house The strands of his rope aro parting good Apple itical contests, and conspicuously suc- the evening winds gave the echo to the rapidly. .Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical also house 15 acres of tobacco; and others. trees over orchard otand a LIVE the place, fruit, shade Uiscovery lias Helped tnoubanua ot men cessful iu business affairs. Jessamine distress of those who had gathered stable 40x140, with, 44 box small woodland pasture. Buyers will in just this conditition. It makes Journal. there with but the grandest of purposes. tnac am ouering stalls, cost $2,000 ; never iail-in-g end farm. My advanced acre and Cherry health, it makes pure, rich blood, it Collins. Successor STOCK The popularity of Ayers a guod forces out impurities and kills germs' "To the stricken wife and fatherless County Court. well inside; corn cribs noor health admonish me the mother the mother Pectoral, and the great demand for It doesn't make any difference what children, to IdPT-Th-e 8000 cattle on the market Monday, undertaking department is comwith capacity of 4,000 bushels; further active business pursu!t8.vbac your SALESMEN, buly son is gonethe sister whose a cheaper package, lias been recog- name you call diseasetrouble by kidnpy sold 32 to 4s en11- - O00 bI,c'eP at -- & wlioae 2 orchards' one old and, one my sale. plete and in charge of Mr-- Milward Brown, a death, and to cold in Mn.George FIrfiback, who resida a, skiu disease, the "Golnized by the proprietors in their new mule colts 520 only brother is to Mules f50 to new. Price per acre is only the place, or Messrs. J.. E. Dlph- - & graduated embalmer and experienced funeral den Medical Discovery', will cure i that Elder iu Israel who loved him aB half-si-a Union'Stock Yard's, 50 cents. bottle, costing & to$J0. would be cheap at $60, Sons, the Laud $30. None of these diseases can director. own, we commend the grace of his ' ssl time. retain hold on the body when it is full Bank deduced Its Stock. Cincinnati, O. -- - per acres. Tins is a magnm place at any giveuRt sale, ImU iMvery the living, loving God"' these words ,My term. PHONE 33.11 of rich, pure blood. stoek&arm:. ?'.SOKKRT.J,KgY. matchless prayer KhMd.- The Madison National Bank, by a from the minister Sond 21 one cent stamp's to cover ccat Commission cfcfcrgw are $4)60 per oaH cent , vote of the stockholders, decided last w ill rest forever as a benediction upon of niallifiR: only," and receive free a copy Iork8i6,80c.perihad.frttl. A.tA u SaSR,Ottwi r raee YfiwUrn al Dr. Pierced Maill Association, week to reduce tile capital stock, to tbesuffcrlns family and the ? " BUfIo,2?tY: it White. T SIOO,000. friend j'sAphwi vfef! . .. ft . .,.' var a.. ... .j, SaLasisfCKs i. i 3ti. cassaci- - .. points above Nashville, where they can be run most any time. No logs were lost and the only damage that the Messrs- - Asher will sustain will be the cost of gathering up and rafting them. They are all reported in good condi tion, and are now where they can reach a market at Nashville, and will either be sold there or sawed into lumber. tzr at 3 cents per yard, former price One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in 5 cents. pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out SSaS? We have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and Sc y. of''rJfy5r'l,')(fr,'v', 1 o-- Sc fjp SS - 44 "i ,j-- 23 '.'0,t)OCt-hin;lesoJ- s. S S" S - '3? "51 . n, Sat-uid- Pine-Tar-Hon- 4 n, W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. 1 i I 1lu-1- vc nt m . o 1 i Ayvivvv l ?"- FURINITURE.Trv-nire-jt-.- All The ladies Who H . -, 1 o Bargains -- 1. 1 .! tJKAfA ri HAVING zvs&xrzzxr Read This? H pS OBTAINED 1 n wide-sprea- - P0SSES8I0 gold-standa- rd ! u-- eat 11 al Pin-vill- e. 1 We a;re also Agents for Butterwick Patterns. wide-sprea- d White -- &- Gibson. SmzM 1 Electropoise, rWVVTyiTS? yAg-yiv8af- tg by Of my entire reason of the removal of the Water Light Office, I now have greater room capacity than ever for my stock of is furniture. The about 40 feet wide by 160 feet deep, all in one apartment, and here are shown more furniture and more rieties of furniture than is contained under one roof m, 1 's n grief-stricke- n PUBLIC SALE! Grass Farm. side of Lexington. quently, I can show you thing you want and can to-da- y GOO FARM Fayette County Blue invite ply your needs. attention to the mammoth -- display windows; in one is a set, in the complete .... .... eept-7-l- m 375 ACRES,- -- Four-Youn- m ry other a outfit. This exhibition is vsy worth seeing, whether "you fn hnv nvnnfc. thing kept in a metropolitan furniture store. fes S imer &hosha - Slze Prtce. NEV1LLEW10BERLl, toJ.S. i djs-pepsn ia rlieumatism--consumptio- '. $); It grief-strick-w- Uti - AgeTs fcerrg Ptctwn :f r- --. -- tfS-O- Ur VHA1S tUtflA - T v rt ' - " -- - '? ii Sf 7r$ r- - rr-- "zJT . SMSme,LsMH . f - . &-- & C. Si.. .'J - - '""" ' 'afiM . 3W in-- . -1. -- " ,. '.'-.- ! I' mk k - . ... -- ; : t - . Mori Lve Frankfort Elkhorn. SwiUer Stamping & Cincinnati Railway. 1,1893 jlnEaectMay DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. juxn. 6 30 &m lUGk im$5t j.TarTj l p.m. S 00 3 20 8 32 S 48 3 58 4 06 4 15 - Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown.. Centreville-- nund DaniU. . . Georgetown. . "02 63 6 51 ' 08 7 20 . Klinbeth paru WKST BOUND. 00 8 12 8 22 8 28 8 40 4 52 4 58 5 10 Lve Paris .. . . Arr Elizabeth Centreville Newtown: Georgetown Lve Georgetown " . --' . a.m. 3S p.m. J lMitatP 'l3?St-- f 'JIUffWR. ft&1 5 5 s 48 Arr Davall. Stamping Gronnd Bikbom Franiaort- -. " - - J Jl " 10 00 10 25 11 35 f 08 6 30 6 41 THE EXCELLENCE OF SYBUP OF FIGS is due not only to the originality and", 1110 M 6 48 6 59 i OC , 20 : . B-f- DRUGGISTS. ( 25c. Montie Fox bought iu Garrard, Mon Perry & Thomas, druggists, to Wt . r i ii for Lehman, of New York, 130 ex G. White. phosphites. Be afraid of day, cattle, averaging 1,429 pounds IMnMMMMMMHMHMMMMBlHBMM If port by the Califoknia Fiq Stbup Co. sept7-i- r I draughts but not of fresh air. $ paying from $4.75 to $4.82$ for them. All druggists soil Dr. Miles1 Ucrro Plasters. onl;!V a-- knowledge of that fact will J Eat nutritious food and drink s one in avoiding the worthless They composed eijht assist and ( -plenty of milk. Do not forget J were shipped to Jersey City Monday m i fisra-r- :? m imitations manufactured by other parmiii is the 5 IV IW r l that Scott's Emulsion 11 ties. TJiehigh standing of the a "wan, in Flo Srjim Co. with the medif oldest, the most thoroughly- night. Harrodsburg Democrat. --8 When beautiful and historic Bosque cal profession, and the satisfaction tested and the highest en2 oJ which the genuine Syrup of Figs I dorsed of alL remedies for 5 Bonita farm, the old home of General to miIKMu of families, makes, ir 528 1 I . weak throats, weak lungs and Abu Buford, was put up at auction last cd the name of J Company a guaranty S JJ a Monday, thero were many bidders who consumption in all its stages, The'foIIowing conversation between I7P B r T of the excellence- of its remedy. It is. jnd $!.: all druggists. wanted it. Mr. Milton Young, the far in advance of all other laxatives, I two Spaniaids was over heard by flu X SCOTT oe. BOVNE, Chemists, New York. & wealthy turfman, ran it up to $123.75 acts on the kidneys, liver and American correspondent in Madrid: as it 9lIMMIMlOS an acre, when it was knocked down at 5 2. & z C bowels without irritating or weaken"We must raise revenue somehow," ing them, and it floes not gripe nor 125.00 to Mr. Geo. Watson, the trot The Goebel Bill Upheld. nauseate. In ordertogetits beneficial said one Spanish official. H ting horse man and distiller, of Frank'Yes," replied the other, "but there's PorElectioir Commissoners the Dem- fort. Thero are 121 acres In tho 1 effects, please remember the name of 2 at ? place; II '" mng oat tho m Ring in the new TaSlillrh' only one thing that suggests Itself to ocratic County CoDimittee named J. M. the Company I Mlri? 9 C there is no house upon it but its stone I Sing in the true " roe. Those Americans are exceedingly Benton, J). B. Hampton and E. B. Boo-IeCALIFORNIA HG SYRUP CO. 1 fencing is especially fine and costly. & o patient and The Republicans, AV. M. Robb. OfTtlSvlMj Wp Jg to you ths new and true from tho I wonder if i it TTfjn'r SAX FKAXCISOO, Oat 1 - and Samnel E. Peed. pmey forests of Norway Messrs. Rout and Norris, of Point M?lwEryfo new touk:k.x. they'd stand an import fluty on all Jas. M. OwenLouisville. Kj. II 5 ports." The State CommisMoners selected J. Leavell, made au experiment on onion I Spanish prisoners landed at our Jn5-l- y DR- w raising this season and have met with in A farmer living on Silver Creek lias M. Benton and D. B. Hampton, DemoI o M been grumbling considerable for the crats, and W. M. 1'obb. Republican. such great success that they will double I MM It Pine-Ter-Hon- ey O" last month about his corn being des- These are good men, and will see that their efforts next year. They put iu -I troyed by, what lie thought lo be, his wo have it fair election. If szch men one acre and raised 250 bushels of extra it I ?3 Rock neighbor's hogs. He made complaint as these shonld receive the appoint- line onions. The seed town were the M Nature's most natural remedy, improved by aBfeS 4v&MWawBm i time the Goebel bill would Yellow Denver," the "Silver King" to hia neighbor who inform him that ment all the science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive o The onions aie none of his hogs were out,.and'- as he not be to objectionable. Winchester and "Australian." e oa - u as Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces ; very large and juicy, and the basketful x had :never been able to see trie" hogs .Democrat. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. i M FOR! 3 that were feasting upon his corn ko he The Goebel bill is not an objection- left at this office are the finest we ever Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary I U rated ; the could describe them, he w.13 at a loss able bill to those who wish, to seo the saw. Messrs. Rout and Xorris will ship mucus is cut out ; the i cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed until a iew days ago to find to" whom Democratic party havo an equal show- a big lot to the cities, but will sell auy 0. membranes are healed and soothed so that there they really belonged. The farmer ing in elections. It provides for an quantity at retail which local dealers SSS5 M is no inclination to cough. while taking a stroll around his- - field equal division of election officers a may waut. Lancaster Record. II Fourofllie-Bese Fire Insurance ComSOLO DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Democratic party has not reabout noon, was much surprised 'to run thing-thOne hundred cattle on the market of 1 panies in the'Gnited States. Losses paid Only. 25c, 50c. anc' $1.00 Sizes Bottles O Q promptly. upon two big fat hogs and six' shots, ceived in Republican counties for the a general fair quality and nil sold at which he had been in search of! so labtfew years. Iu teveral of the conn-jtie- s- prices a little oil from last mouths BE SURE YOU GET I AM 88 YEARS OLD. and never trad FlIJST Stkkki Phone, No. 21. In the Pruderfafyou are offered the equal to lit. Bell's many times in vain, getting their din where the Republicans were in sales. Yearling steers of medium any remeuyelves qalck and permanent best Life Insurant attainable, and on It Ky. relief Br, UsH's Hib cr'TAtiSaf "Winchester. the most approretf slans. In Accident ner offof his summer labor. Tliey werecontrcl the Democrats were only jjivca quantity from 4 to 5 cents and a few In grip aaweUaa coughs and colds. It makes hM'lWW1'trTl'llflfi fVai I Insurance we af?aiir jtiw the best We two big ground hogs, however, with ijono'elftctiou oflicer, and in some coun- - extra at about 5 cts., stock heifers 3 to wralc one Btronc Mrs. M. A. Metc&Ue, XfKST notTNp. Fedccah, Ky. will not transact bnssv&o with irresponcompanies. sible Mt-- Sterlinc and LiTyyton'Aicom 6 55 am six young ones and, the farmer being tfernone;and these counties returned 3i some fine ones about 4cts., calves 26J ScohkI Street, 7 30 am Eastern Erpreiw lor Lotirile MMfl VIMM4tM f aVAVdH majorities majorities S15 to f 18 per head ; milch cows 5 to without his gun, they made good their plnomonal Wl UpSirs- New York Uraitel F. F. V -- J 50 pin escape. thatRephblicaiis knew never existed 40. No horses or mules sold publicly. EAST BOUND. The following description of the re in fa-- - The Goebel bill provides for Some mule colts gold privately to Cold lls-- Ici," S'lfeara 1exincton and Murehead A ceo to.. ... 11 f am ception of a bloomer girl by St. Peter a charts; and says- that the Demo- Feastern parties from $15 to $40. There New York Limited F. F. V. LexiB?tm and Mt. Sterling Accoin .. 6 30 pta crats of Xentucky have the power and was a large crowd and a general good Reported every Tuesday at noon by its swn excellence: "Washington Express 9 23 pm , DR. .CALDWELL'S d . Deatherago & Co., Staple and Bf hasWhen Peter saw her coming near. courage So- take care of themselves, feeling prevailed. Sold the 153 acre SunAocoraraodation trains rnn daily except Fancj- - Groceries, Richmond, Ky. day. Other train run daily. His hair rose perpendicular. and are go5ajf to do it: Didn't the Re- unimproved farm of L. Desha, to ABOUT ThronKh sleeping and dining car service to V6G)RESJCONSTlPATIOri.l "Skirts ae not worn like that in here-publicans (fotbeir best to take every- Dick Stump at $C0 per acre. Cynthi-an- a This is the grateful exNew York. EGGS 10c cash; lie in trade. Said he in her auricular. For information, rates orslecperrcscrvationl v c? thing in sight wberi they had power? EUTTER-Cho- ice r3 Courier. country, 1015c. pression of the thirsty call on or writ K. HOOD, Apent l&N.By., You'd better go below, my dear, Sm); W'. ill IBY" & C3.1 Ky. And have thej' not always done so? Richmond, BEES WA X 2025c. Down there they're not particular. A big crowd catna in Monday and or GEOBGE W. BAENEY. soul who tastes the liquids In the eleven counties where tho Re- trading was quite li?ely. Every one "WOOL Clear grease wool, 1C1Sc; D. A. C Si O. Ky.. Lexington. Ky. Carbolic acid is the latest" thing out r', K.4coninie"Udfr Of ShelbwilleV cooled by iee made from now for fumigating"., and if you wish publicans were IcJ? otlt'fchey refused to was talking about the great corn crop, hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. Wright's Cei&,Cafhjfleg; -; CIIEESE-Coun- try, law atd' hence refused to and all say it will be one of 10c. pure distilled water by Shelbwille, Ky., l&f 2d- '9G: To to JiDow the effects of a strong appli- recognize tho the best TIMOTHY SEED $1.501.G0. cation on your nackett hide a real hot recommend any one 36v appointment. they ever saw. Some cattle were on the Richmond Ice Facto- - The fruit of years of experience and hard study is ml .. Gents I have purchased ar' boi of Bay where- the officers the market and a report CLOVER of tho sales fust ask 'Jumbo' Haras, the big In the 13 counties Capsules irtsi' Q. Is. Wricht's Celery mo will oe found our BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip50 ied in this magnificent stock of ours. Ail we know i.-stock column. The Middelton, druggist, and used fiJrfi for X. & 2. agent at Whites Station. were divided witu me J'opmisiB in Illinois rt.--i was followed to the later, as the street fakir was conspicuous ESSHFree delivery, in any n to Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and umbo," observing the necessity of a jaw by his ab- Goc; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, Tokd. :7n add,tjon u, shortemng the to 'J 3'our service, too. We haven't an- trade secrets. W Orleans, hasroadeu "Jarsier and found that they cave me' 5bi- - Ifcood' scrubbing recently, decided to two leading parties were the Demo- sence. The minister now preaching at pure seed, $1 (a $1.35. Meatphifc and quantity, and on short-noticereacn an 1 think it 2ta f mediate relief every time. you the exact facts about every thing you care to ask ul n NEW POTATOES J050e; Jsee'What virtue there was in carbolic crats and Populists the Republicans the Methodist church made a few reTexas, srexicO. ArUona and California 'The splendid ttain service with which the Illinois excellent remeuy. liavlng fused at the last election with marks in the Park, tho choir sang some BACOX S10c. "Why it is good, what it's made of, etc. Our leaders , 'aCld'aB a': temperary treatment for his Central-- Memph s and Sew Orleausesubuled -Yours very truly, "Limiiefi." is eWppeo- makes It Easier Than netUnmcU he was able to get down to the Populists. Now who can say the hymns, tne crowd ate dinner with the HAMS 10 lie. mentioned aboTt i Ever-t-fc take a tr.p to t LAUD 78LjC. Geo. W. Rilev. Bob Votfs jnill pond. The acid was law has not been followed? Carlisle ladies, helping out the soldier boys, and teTheCe'ntril b the Only lh wijlch Fe 9 & unite ifono, Slates MILLET fl.00Sl.25. all went homis after having spent what applied! ilfnr undiluted form and in a Mercurv ReclinincChair rrs-a-nd . Louisville .tb the from few minctfs "Jumbo" was alarming A stubborn cough ..'or tickling iu the may he called an "average" court day. Yon invito disappointment when you Pullman Tourist Car for California', Lancaster Record. ,9 5j:m MANAGER. the whole rKlgliborhood. "Hot times throat yields to Une .Minutes Cough Lve Lonisvia every Thursday experiment. DeWitt's Little Early ISan.in stock the Highest Arr Memphis f'riilay. Are unexcelled. We also in old town"- i?iwnocompflrison, for it Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the "Two thousands mountain stockewes Kisers are pleasant, easy, thorough litKen OrleanrFriday' Arr right spot, reliable and wist what is were soM Lie NewOrleansPrMay looked n' while as if hades wanted. Machines to be found in the market. A eompkt-lincertainly at Lexington 8 5Hn i) Arr Houston Satuftftrc ,v, It acts at once. Douglas & Saturday, for $3 50 per stock yards, tle pills. They euro constipation and 4 45pm was right here cit' earth. Mr. "Win. wells. Arr San Antonio Satiitey head." Ex. It sick headache just as sure as you tako of Sheet Music can be found at .our place of business at 3 45pm Arr Blpaso Sunday ... . !' ... -. . . ..... 9 2itpm Ritter, a near neiglrSoooane to "Jumseems that every farmer who has a them. Douglas & "Wells. Arr Lois Angles Monday vj toe icw Acetyl - - w "".j"1- - ."! all times. The people of Madison and adjoining" comities an .5 15pm . Arr San Francisco Tuesdaj' I have rented for 1S3S the several houses adbo's" assistance, and rflftr using about patch of grass is buying, or already vertised by me last December, but have now No Kcra a quart of grease on &&' aid fellow, Tits k Tlf In-- Vain Htii 7rKJSiriii: Keeling Places and Officers ol Teachers' four or five other nice cottages, well located cordially invited to call and inspect our selections. owns, a flock of sheep. A years since, and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at which made matters a liTib' quiet for SOOT, Association. We are also prepared to get a 113- - piano or instrument Rev. Stevon Colyer, of Charleston, S. the raising of mule colts "was just as mv office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, Parties desirinp o make a comjjw&ihe trip to with Stephen D. Parrish.Attorney-at-Law- . JEbgstoa for C, spent last week at the home of his popular au industry among the fanners do a while, he hastened to theterntorvmen.ioned will SMOKE, The Teachers' Association of Madispecially in stock for li for parties that we do not with R. II. Fowler, Trove UZSrsen-pt- r FLOHIDA H. PARRISH, Dr. Martin. The doctor arrSwiiv and mother near here. as sheep raising now is. As a result son county will hold meetings twice jan26-t,. . AKent. Louisville. Ky. GREASE f Attorney and Agent. money than the3' can purchase them. Leave ordeis ' am had with his assistance they Wu. Alpokd Keixosd, A G. P. J each month, as follows: August 27, Mrs. Brown, of Mt. Vernou, ia the the country soon became . nor DANGER LonisTiue-A. H. ILwo. (! T. A.. leaving Isire a guest of Mrs. AVm. piana tuning at office. "Jumbo" cooled off, with mules, and the prices ranged so Million; September 3, Union; Septemdec2?-:Roulware. CHNcaco, 111. well fumigated but wiser man. low that but few farmers are now en- - ber 15, Waco; October 3, Fox town; OcMiss JVlary Hannah returned to her This is my birthday. home in Harrodsburg last Saturday gaged in mule raising. It is feared tober 15, Kingston; October 29, SpeedAnd what a different sound R. I. after a delightful visit to her aunt, that sheep raisers will fall into the well; November 19, Kirksville. The partnership firm, known as JIcKce .t Co. That word had in my youth wEten gay, same channel with those who antici Oflicers: MissLena irason theOthday of August, 189S, dissolved. .Mrs Pettus. When slowly the years came round. Thomas Meighan retiring from the firm: No Ucaa't jarorTSfo pated fortunes in raising mule colts. When first our scanty years arc told Palmer, Kirksville; Mrs. Florence purchases mado after that date will be acTime Table No. 33. Tafcinjr Effect Mon.Miss I'Vancis, of Garrard county, is e'et like an Oil Lsmp It Mms like paitime to grow oVf , day, May 2, 1K& Harrodsburg Sayings. Dozier, Foxiown; Prof. T. C. Troop, knowledged by McKee. Owen McKce will conduct the business at the old stand, at tIrhonm of her sister, Mrs. Callow. W. P. SEARLES, Business Manager. Antf as youth counts the shining tints. ABSOLtitlSOH-EXPLOSIY2d Class. lot Class. OWEN McKEE The Democrat had a talk the other Union; Miss Nannie Tudor, Glade; aul-4tt- r That time around him binds so fast, HOCITO. 1 Mr. Gliomas Hurst, of Rockcastle day 3 7f. 9 No. Ko. Mr. Luther Todd. Yats; Prof. T. C. LicLt cots c't jfljprrt'an hora--. Throws with Mr. "Will Hanna who was Pleased! wittot&etaak be little thinks, Pt Kic U.MONO, K a clear, white licltt'TttCieet a ead. Send Who can think Second county, ib- spending a few days with returning from Lexington where just Lowry, "Waco; Prof. Solon Taylor, Wanfed-,C Sun Ex Sun xDn Hbw.'hiirdU31tiCcfcaa will press at last. simple. ar. imt the he circular an fur An Idea of tomepaienw A. SL P.M. A.M. DDK. A. D. Hurst. imng to his son, 5 33 e 52 had attended the stock sales of the new Million. i y22 Greatest Dicycie Lamf the Year Protect yonr Ideam ther mar brlnir tou wealth. I have heard' of stingy people peo 6 48 7 35 Write JOHN WEDDEKMJRN & CO- - Patent AttorvjcholusvUI. Mr. Alex 3311ison and sister, Miss Lexington Union Stock Yards. The From y?ur dealer Washington. D. C for their S1.S0) prise oiler 820 S00 A lie will often kill where a shot gun neys.list ot two ple so stingy as'tb'ffro'W warts on their rafry View and cr ent prepcJ for hundred lnrenUons wasted. B 50 S13 are visiting relatives in Garrard Democrat asked Mr. Hanna what ad- wouldn't. Million g SO hecks for collar buttons and wish to Anne, I J5 Richmond. .. vantage Lexington had as a, market BADGER BRASS die before breakfast in. order to save a county. 10 M OMAHA EXPOSITION 1"! f Uqipn '..,., Mr. Arch Doty and family have for stockraisers of this section over Sooner or later pride tn re. to step imeal, but the man at AVhftes Station 16 12 KEHOSHA, VIS. Skberly . Cincinnati or Louisville, and whether on dynamite. Rtassfiqld ... 12 30 from Mallary Springs. June 1st to October 3ht who gets out of bed to turn-- o?er to moved home 12 35 Panplft... ' 1 05 Ireine The ice cream supper at Mt. Zion they could realize better net prices by ieep'from wearing out his bed cwfces .1 selling at Lexington. Ho replied that WENT TO 'certainly "takes the rag off- - the- buBb" church, last Friday night was not a WATERY GRAVES. Xo7z. WTTTSl Ho. 10 Hcadacbo bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. Z TUB GRANDEST EXPOSITION aftd'will1 undoubtly surpass" any rHat suecesa from the fact that re- it was certainly better for the farmers BODSD.IExSuh' Ex SanlEx gnn'i bob mest to send all stock animals to Lexington, can Ciit' come to light, in thoKvray of a freshments gave oat before all the f Four Youuj: Ladles of a l'.irty of Pleasure, (except World's Fair) ever planned P.M. P.M. A. USS 2(1) in the United States. Located within Imae . .. . crowd were served. However the re- - but not far animals ready to butcher, stingy jwrfeni. Seekers Droiviietl iu 1'resque Ialo i 2 25 Panola , as Cincinnati was a better market for 1 20 cheap and quick access of the entire ;ceipts were sixteen dollars. IJay, Erie, l'a-230 Brassfield. A Berea j$&) ias been attractihg-'s1 45 Moberley them. Lexington's points of advantage Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at 'IV? Elder C. X. Marshall, assisted by much attentiV of Jotc with her pretty Union 2 15 3 IS' 6 05 EniK, Pa., Sept. 3. Uy the accidental your own doors. Through tickets berosy cheeks that all1 of her associates ;the pastor,. Rev. !L. H. Reynolds, "will are saving in shrinkage, due to shprter 3 00 30 fi 20 3 Million hauls, tho smaller freight charges, and jihinjr of the sail of a pleasure yacht yond Omaha allow stop overs. 3 25 3 45 3i Valley Vjew seemed to envy her Because they were legjn a protracted meeting a't AIL Zion i 4X 4 10 6 KichplasrUle the fact that no charges are mado for on 1'resque 'Isle bay Friday eveninjr 5115,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. excursion rates to Omaha. Take 5 00 Versa Hies not able to afford a similar complexion. c?i?chi next Saturday night, Sept. 3rd, selling at Lexington. At that place four the Burlington Koute tho old and women were swept off into But a girl frieud whom she had much Everybody invited. i a!m7 p7m. P.M. P. v. 543,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. the seller does business directly with the water and drowned before assist- firmly established line to and through confidence in, has given the secret rojinect, with Louisville Southern" All traias buyer, the cost at the yards', ance could bo rendered them. Their Omaha in any direction. , train! to and tram J.ouis5iue away, and she can no more now be Bncklen's Arnica Salve. All trains CGanecT with'C. K. O. &.T. P. train being 3 cents a head for lotage. At names arc: Mary, Delia and Ella Para-din- Howard Elliott. .L. AV. Wakelev to and from Cincinnati. flower of tbe flock, she would rub the Salve in the world for Cuts. the other markets $20 a daughters of Win. Paradine, an Gen. Manager. J. W. HOCIT. Train Dispatcher. Gen. Passenger Agent. d is Coupons aWaWe, a a her cheeks with mullin every morning The August,. 1S9S: The nn5rrsiTieQ W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. Bruises, Swes, "Ulcere, SaltEheum Fever charged for gelling cattle, and 25 cents Erie machinist; and Jessie Moore, St. Louis, Mo. or ttfrotl purchasei- Whttrtii ho- offers at whole ' and it would prodatB a beautiful crim- Sores, Tettw, Chapped Hands, Chil private sale? vtuatd at Kef. No. Con. No. Name. Address. Pai.i- Oet. a head for lotage, and otr sheep and daughter of John II. Moore, an engison that would last all day. "What will blains, Cornn and all Skin Eruptions, 8963 ...Rev. J. II. Stanley, Lexington. Ky.. neer of the Erie & Pittsburgh railroad. 9 59 . $ 20 60 cattle 8 cents a head is charged for sell 50 YEARS' 901t. .. ...Climax Printing Uo Richmond, Ky .. 9 5t 20 t. Bshe do when the millin are all dead? and positively cures .Piles, or no pay re- ing and 5 cent lotage, and one dollar a The unfortunate girls formed a por905Z Ky 10 59 EXPERIENCE .... J. II. Baker, Lexington, Ky ... . "n niB jbin was ,...-- , a oiow unuj 90S0 .... iixe plcasure-saeker- s J. H. Baker. Lexington. 10 50 .. tion of a party quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect bushel for the corn used, whatever who ontMe waters of Silver Creek. It is weU l- 912S. Newport News Syndicate, Newport News. Va the were enjoying- of 10 to Her njoderty; with meek satisfaction or money refunded. Price market price may bo. a sail upon the yacht tei'tey. - There is no bettf r land In Madison t 9166 .Newport News Syndicate, Newport Newsl Va 10 50 And tiuly chrlitian spirit Harrodsburg 9201 . .Newport News Syndicate, .Newport News, Va conni.19 JW Carraencita. The boat had but a few 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & 9213 OS KENTUCCT ) the other chsek. Newport New3 Syndicate, Newport News, Va Democrat. 10 M Itisa aierfeifehborhooo" and accessible by moments before departed from the Forston, Paris, Ky 923i 3 50 Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to "W. turnpike to rrtSi&flsVchurches, railroads, mills, 9371 Ilattie Jacobs. Cincinnati. O 1; 11 8 58 FchedcU In eBect May 1. 1808. head of the bay, sailing free before a Queen &, Cres- G. White. etc ivithin a i'ftfeileorwhite's Station Post dec!5-i- y Low 9108.. Mary Fox, Maysrille, Ky Patrick and The more people know the less they 20 9 50 9115 E. L. Denhard, Louisville, Xy S 5 Office, ten miles Hhi'Ricnmond. light but puffy wind. The four girls 17 41 cent dirrtnj? Gi. Av. K jEocampmcnt, brag about it. Trade Marks Ko. L Ko. 6. No.. 9GS2. r.RTBOCKIJ. ;. ....C.B. Doll, Louisville, Ky 17 It 8 5" Aif SfJja'tf TEEMS cash, Designs Thp Largest Fsmily. named were seated upon the roof 9719 F. II Norton, Lexington, Ky 9 50 ... 7.40am 4.05pm 7.45pm balance to Sale wilf 20 ; Cincinnati. Lv IjouisYille suit purcHaO ?9F particulars, Copyrights Ac 9756. B.09am t.J8pm 9.07PI3 Norton, Lexington, Ky 20 re 9 58 Shelbyrllle. of the yachts' cabin when a sudden Ar 97u5. .. . .Mrs A T Million, Richmond, Ky. At the Paris street Fair, the premium Anrono sending a stcten and description may 17 41 SSI At l'taxVtf. ntmi G.3opm 9.C0isn. address qnlcklr ascertain oar opinion free wnemi er an puff of wind coming down from the S832 F II Norton. Lexington. Ky. ."fl iai6am. 6.62pm laOOpst .. 20 . 9 Ar Versailles offered by the .Louisville Store, a suit TKe wolaaw.wfio, f luTeuuuu is proDaDiypaieniaDie. Commnntca- 9S72 ...... laiSam, "SOp-- lasjps. Geo. D. White, .Robert HoeSich, Mavsville, Ky 8 50 17 II Ar Lexington UonsstrlcUyeonadcntlal. Handbook on Patents wooded shore, an unexpected direc191L .. vfiafc, nervous, tired' aatf. of clothes for the father of the largest Mrs Emma L Latta. Lexington. Ky 17 41 sent tree. Oldest airencr for secnrlnir natents. 8W No.& No. 2. NO. 4. YrtrrBorsix 1953 ... C and Martha Digjp. Lexington, Ky. tion, the sail jibed, sweeping the four . 7 56 Patents taken thronsh SInnn & Co. receive White's SJUSfen-Kb'- . exhatisted ; who has a family ot children, l.0 ljT"L3tinctnn ... . ?.45am 4.40pm &.06asi rebS-t- f was won by Tom special notice, without ehante, la tho B A Spangler, Louisville, Ky 10001. 7 50 l. 00 S.05pm S.7am ftoor and variable appo fLltam oif into the 10C49 Ar VersaiHe ... .Gladys Huffman, Bntte. Mont 15 10 7 SO tite'ziid bo strength or Ilugher, colored, of near Jackstown, and wife should know about the pre- sible, tho water. As quickly as poslji'renrebtf ....... R.x:am 1x30pm s.4Sam Ar .. . Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky 17 It 8 M !09 . yacht was put about, but 6.S3an CALDWELL'S S.rJam paration that for half a ccntury-hanerrfwBo snffers from 10125 Ar StaeUrrrtll- e.Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky. 17 41 S ia55att 7.50pm pains sad aches, drajr- - Who with his wife, Harriet, and 15 o, Af LuiViIle .1 what with the headway obtained and 10143 A handsomelr lllastrated w eeklr. IJircest S S 17 41 ix&lUKbtm, ly . ..Aiunaiu oucuciu, been expectant mothers bring of anr cciertlflo joarnaL Ter.n. $3 a 17 . ..Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky 17 41 8 50 ftg down and theirwas children, walked into the store little helpinginto the world without the light wind it was impossible to year: foar months, II. Sold byaU newsdealers. 10200- .Trains Kch. 1. 3. i and 6 carry Froe Obscrva-tliiCURES INDIGESTION. I 11237 .Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky. onrntm; sensa. 17 41 8 W ones Chair Cars. born in Nicholas county 58 . Howard Shepherd. Lexington, Ky reach the sxiot in time to save any of 17 41 8 50 tiosw; and who lie HUNN&Co.361Broad. New York 10271 WCSTBOCWn. 10315 fcASTDOCKO. o vt iniersmun, raaucan, b.j 7 50 10U recognizes, years ago, and his wife in, this county danger and the hundred and one the giris. The bodies have not yet Branca Offlcc, C8 T St, WasIOceton. IX C. 10356 B L Eeleston. LeTlncrtnn. Kv Ko- - 12.lKa It 15 00 7 W j. lXiXo. it," frfATlOKSi heretf, that 53 yeara ago. The children range in svi-te- i aiscomtorts and distractions been recovered. 10395 ilary K McFadden, Lexington, Ky 6 50 12 57 .,..,., ; 4Fp5' 7.fam'Lv lAuivil.r. 7Jicpcijl0.S5 . cnna-Din- . 10HS. f?Ktt 6 50 .FM Drake, Grand Rapids, Midi I 12 57 l . 3 mmj she halomc age from 33 to 9 years, and only two iSjzp am Ar IiracUiTAr h.ffipm BJ5K31 to Cpm' 10188 it lmtaolr. cross. Mrs L Z Tavlor, Richmond, Ky 6 50 12 57 7.Sipin,a43am Arl arodbsAr, 4.40pm .Uiti 10535 dc" have died, a boy and a. girL Those Jl R Gary, Newport News, Va. 6 50 ii 'ue a 12 57 is applied externally, which A FLET OF BIG WAR SHIPS. rW . ut .inu. linrif in. 10582 Mary A Warren, Lexington. Ky. 8 50 12 57 Zf spondenL it ia present were: Henry, 1'rauk, Tom, (I'll lfX335 1S the only way to get relief. rrASTBocari. Helen McElrath. Carrollton. Ky . 6 50 12 57 .. . 6 50 h almost every TO 10708 . ..Ctto E Vollenweider. McArthur, O . 12 57 case suffcjag James, Jesse and Charles Hughes; Bet- - jr Ka Vo. 15,HNo.e7V ctations. 10731 -. ....Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky .. 6 50 12 57 if"A Medicines taken internally Nine of Tlivm Siillnl Uj, ltiMton Harbor from weakness tie Hawkins, Mary Smith, , "ttpin Lv Lonisvil Ar laKam1 7.&0rm 10788 ..... 12 57 kiiUX'li 6 50 Richmond, Ky Daniel llattiu Hut- A rtrruoou will nnt hfIn rni mor Tin- ORlrr Glten RANGES 10b5L... and disease cf hJpm V,Km Af fehelbril Ar' 9.27am 6. rm Newland Jones. Richmond. Ky 5S 12 57 6 KZSpia lAlGaru At Yerslles Ar1 8.flSanJt 4.15rm sell, Eliza Berry, X.ummie Johusou,Ella u Ktce;itlon ill K.iuvuil Mu.i. 833. ... ...003 .W F WSitR Estate, Lexington. Ky .. 50 50 111 00 result in harm. Midway Ar! 7.4Sam S.38pni 897. and important organs tsl)tairbe bordena Curtis, Maggie, .Annie and Christine . 991. Good & Co. Lexington. Ky 111 00 50 50 7.15am! lOOiinf SDprtnitS? A' Oeorctn Ltl 957. 1079.,W F White Estate. Lexington, Ky.. .. i Very low rates will bo in ef- of maternity. 50 58 IU WESTBOTDKD. 1022 132 00 All live in Bourbou and 46 "KASTOt.VIJ: llSlAnnie P Peay, Lexington, Ky Thousands of women SBkHfiik' this way Hughes. Boston, Sept. 3.Amid the greatest .. 45 50 points in the feet from all 1884. 1266 ..A L Marschall, Lexington, Ky 2. 129 10 50 and do not recogrniie the CMHc.orif they Nicholas counties, near each other. i Bonth to Cincinnati and ra-iSa. ,riY.a. . BTATlOKa. ttffd. cnKo. enthusiasm from thousands, both 1398. TV D Finch, DanvUIe, Ky. 111 00 lUL 49 50 "j.lUam'T.USpmlliT' do understand their conditiovt- - neglect it Jturn Tla tho Queen at eras-- 1 LouisTil A'iaiAami 7.f)lnt 1228 .. 1681. John L Fischer, Louisville, Ky 13 50 . 141 00 Charles reaides iu J.'aris. They have afloat and ashore, a fleet of" nine warIcentHonta and Its conasct-- 1 7.50am' lOSiami iJpm Lt Versllc A'j rather than submit to the obnoaimir exam12S6. J1.D B Good, Lexington, Ky. 141 CO 49 50 4,103ia line lines dcrlne tha JLOSam' 7.Sjpm Ar Nichlvill Ar inations and local treatment iasiMfed1 upon 20 grandchildred. 138S, Each "member of the ships fresh from hard fighting In, Cuba, .... 43 50 133 00 1581...VN Gardner. Lexington, Ky. SLMpm' B.30pm Ar Hlchmnd Lr, fl.05ami 3.13pm by the average physician. Dn iHerce's family was givena present. Paris Ken- Hti3.., 132 00 1655Mrs Jennie Fesler. CincinnaU, - :... 46 50 , iTOpia Ar Irvine Lr! neaoeu by the statrfy "Massachusetts',, LUipm , 1799. ukcUMilward, Lexington, Kt.. iijf. 41 50 12n Favorite Prescription is a wonderfaC ' JI- 47 50 135 00 sailed up for women who asfier in this wf: It tuckian. ..!,.(., 1879,. baptist Church, Paris, Ky... KatlXai Friday afternoon fits and prepares every F Johnson & Co. Lexington, 4150 7.4Uam; ?.45Dm in 00 does away with the necessity for these fty. I.r LouWvUlc. and quietly drorpod anchor "off, the ...S95L. ,R F Johnson. Baltimore. Md S C J lrotJ 41 50 A brief description of the fair at Paris 117 00 latjara 10.35pm Ar Lcjttncton tag ordeals, and maybe used in the prtracy organ, muscle and H- -t 32dKauoBalEBcaapaeBtl 175U 132 CO 46 50 w..1!1960 R MarshaU, Lexington, Ky tr ?8.lSpm, 7.4am Ar Knuzrille being follows: of the home. It acts directly on the & in 22 75 64 SO ,.. 2275.WCNIchol3. Louisville. Ky. pait of the body for wharves, salutes only Howls firedthe CQ &.l0ami 1.11 pm Ar AshevHle cate organs concerned, .and makes tlies HLmmmmmiZx I Oth, 1898.1 Sept. 5th to honor of Commodore 45 50 123 0U fcwu a uooa, riexingion, B.y I It opened witli a very creditable Ar Savannah.... ,, strong, vigorous and hcaiaiy.' It banlshe ...... .. 41 50 . the critical hour. It navy yard, and as Gov. Woicott --Mi..w is Anaerson ana wire, Lexington, Ml i 126 00 rMmmJSlLmattTiES Ky. ,. , ........ tt.i!iam At Jaclitonrtlle (Tickets wfll be on sale 41 50 in which a" number oJ left for 126 CO ijio.itev jv iuiey, Versailles. the discomforts of the expectant period and " TDpm' 6.3 Um robs child-birt- h At Chattanooga ... 1 50 Sent. 3rd to Bth Inclusive, of its the fchore. 126 .s.iwUrT ri. Aorum, UTtngton, ivy- makes baby's advent easy and almost pain- I Boats representing prominent business . ..4.. .... 5.00am lL)tua Itreodreturnlna; Ar Atlanta..... : ... 44 50 123 CO 3eL. u u uooa, Lexington Ky less. It transforms weak, nervosa, petulant tortures and pains,' Friday night ki officers- - in their' Ar Macon ... Extension oi Umlt to l......4t4... 8.10am . 12 50 Donaldson, Lexington, Ky. 120 lBDrS.A Donaldson. Lexineton. Kv invalids into happy wives' and, mothers. firms appeared. There" was a balloon i tober 2nd. can be sen Ar Jacksonville :. ..ik...4,.i ,. 42 50 2981.DrS A 120 CO Baby's coming is made best- uniforms came ashore and with Thousands' of women have testified, over ascension, and other attractions. An (tor depositing ticket with '.. T.40pm; (U;am 43 51 w.,.3fflt.G iT Lv Chauanooca .. 123 CO HMHBRMliigtlsSfEln UJ a86-- . .'.2775AJM Asher, Lexisoton, Ky their own signatures, to this fact The Interesting Joint Asset. CaU on your Lexington. Ky . quick- and easy. Its ,Gov! Woicott and Mayor Quincylield ll.SjprallLUpm Ar liirminsbant.:. 42 50 Newtoai 120(11 feature of the second day (Ticket Asent or rrlte lor' "Favorite Prescription' maybe procured Ar Meridian....... 3.5amliaiiam 4150 117 tO ....176.JJ D ParcelULaxiagton. Ky. HHJOBVPSi VJ a896 , zmi xoir lcfonnntlon to action is doublvbene- - awpll.attended reception in historic ..1 Jlt New Orleans'... laafam'iaiDam . from any good medicine dealer. Any womMaine uwings, Lexiagtoa, k.t 42 50 was a public'marriage. Tho ceremony ' naioo 4 & ,l ,m. .,.., wm.a,iv.ma- U OBU1U, AMUllUagC. XJ BSH!HH9rIk ' 117 00 an who will write to Dr. R. V..Pierce, BnG isSi "So. 1 parries Free Chair car ,C6uirlUi to J1410 J Vficial if used during the. whole? Fanenil hall while the icet with th Valente Sentsey. Leilneten. Ky.. 117 CO v,41 S) Lezlczton, there counecUn? wiUt UtillA ialo, N.Y., may have the advice of an emin- was performed on- balcony in the vi e asslstiTr.ee of a lively thunderstorm. TjiWl...Mra J D Armstrong, Lexington, Ky. Xlnest train ' 41 SI 117 00 period 'Of pregnancy. Train- carrying through Pullman Sleep-Ient and skillful specialist without 'charge. cinity of the Court House. Tho public serVlce in the South. Throuah lighted, .'up, tbc liarbor with thefr Car to B.rtnlnzham. Meridian andKci) Mrs. Cora M. McLaurin, of Reexport. Copiah square was thronged withpeopletowit--nes- s Pullman Sleepers on handsome Total . $1 perljottie at all drug stores! ot search lights; -- 4.He6.2. $1,115 40 also raalies.ciose, connection at ' i;...T. . Pjot Over. Cost,. Co Miss., writes : "I had displacement and veatlbuled trains run daUy A, tor Atlanta. Macou. JackionvUle 'aua J,74ri5Hopfirig,-- .Guttering' rt fnSammauon of the uteras. I was uaoer the it. The contracting parties were sentby mail on receipt of pi ice. ' zrom.jacJuon'TlUe, Savannah. UrtiBswrck.,. ,ii treatntent of our femily physician for a long Columbia, If aeon, Atlanta. So. 3 carries Pullman 5Uee7er LouUrll'e to 4ws,Miss Sadie Davis, daughter of Frank a Offrr.to'.VolHnteera. r Birmingham. XerldlGA. Xew Jie;bWreceivednobeBet. IhadftlllBg of inChattanooga and lC.rratnsuam. also Leil&g-to- o and General ' S" .Books "Free, containing valnable'-iafor-- ; terna) orgass with ulceration and enlargement. jDavis, of thatcity, and"Mr. Squire T. Orleans, AshevIUe, Knoxrllle. Wasbikqtox, ScBt: to Jackseavillf via HoiSnrinirs. A&hnrllle. order1 to V-Chsttnnooga. Xexlnrton. .etc. Tf? I coramenced nsiag Dr. Pierce's, Favorite and Pullinau Uoluu altvper ieiinetou to Kew-FOR. FULL JNFORXATION ADDRESS- maticm CoMen Medical Dtscorery.' Pleasant' JMcDbwell..of the vicinity. JoB.WbrK ip".o Us. raax'i-- ; Tho cere- address to'faUwpmcn.'Vfil be sent'-Vo- son .keep the regular-arm-y thnmeh to Cincinnati 'Without uricaus. "' 74 upon application by Pellets' and 'Bztract of chance, Tla the zamous From mony was performed tDaUyezceptSunday. by.itev. Dr. E. H EmmstiBtthtof Sljoe yoJinteerSi ' .. the first day I began to Improve, and .ia a short A. V?BXo. P.iT. A S.Twirr.P.& OjiL. able to do all 'tar housework. If it 'E'utherfofd, aseisfed, by tiae win be osereA incmemantv U?ye-e- h Xewsvllie.J-jr- . Lexbyjtoi;,-Ky- f had sot bear for t wetald have The Bradfield Remote tor Co., list. Tlwjtfme "in Ute volunteer scrvlae lUEEH GbESCENI v of .Qajrllate.. They were a .been dead long so." j.m. CulivIl m, ' WgWi,toa;B:c- WaaWatd,'D.C. wlUbe allowed, jjtem . ,qjj i.tJi. ' ScMMekatMMvartfoiiUea. vmaum, w They Vere ttie reclp- C D. 3ERCAW, GenT Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. 4. simplicity of the combination, but also-tthe care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fiq Svbup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the trnn and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured insurance policy. The ministers gave their services free; Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. the marriage, license was donated, as Eiclimond, Madison county, first Monwas the weddiug suit of the groom. day. The bride was tastefully dressed in Lexington, Fayette county, second white Paris muslin, and carried a handMonday. are three great remc- - ? some bouquet of bride roses. The chief There Stanford. Lincola county, second Mondies that every person with 5 purpose of the Fair was to attract people to the city. A largo crowd was presday. I -- weaklungs.orwlth consurap- Georgetown, Scott couaiy,third Mon-d- X Uion itself, should understand. J ent nud cousideruhlu money was left I These remedies will cure 5 behind in consequence. As Riciimonil held no Fair this year, couuty, third Monday. .about every case in its first IhtaviHe Boylo wuy not get up jliirf stitn't fair? Who stages ; and many of those Nieliotasville, Jessamiuu county, third t Mill start thu dull iiiliiiiK? t. more advanced. It is only Monday. advanced that are 5 the most Winchester, Clark county, fourth Even these are 5 "When you cdt for IMVitt's Witch ihopclcss. .fou.Iay. llazri salve ihu grei'.t pile euro, don't ? wonderfully relieved and life Vcreaillcs, vrootlford tuuty, fourth accept any thing else. l)ou't be talked jtselt greatly prolonged. MoiiiaY. into accepting a substitute for piles, What arc these .remedies ? fu wie8, for burns. Douglas & Wells. Fresh air, proper food and Ciitnty Ceurt Dap. Advice to erhyiga a $l,000jife ALL WOMEN "" jConsumotives! : -- mmBmmmmmmmmtm ? t'ha Should know-tha- t "OIU Time" KOmody,' na mmmma-- mT .mmW --- lllIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIHmHM t J ,amWWWmaW. tosh. Is tho bost for Ftmile Trwblei. Corrects all Irregularities In rcmalo Orpins. Should be taken for CbsnfectLtl: and before Plaolen "OM Time" Renedles have stood tho test for twenty years. JIadoonlycy New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat- tancun, Tennessee CitU-Blrt- M I I O I W wMMU try gS Jr 1" J I I a. r t J J J f f 1 Things Not to be Believed I I r It I I Cali-fobxi- a s has-give- r By "Orr Dee 8ee"J The war is over And we're on clover, In the fields so sweet to Spain. "With sticks and paddles "We made her skeedaddle. For blowing bp the Maine. Now, old queen, Don't more get mean. And jump on such a foe For only another tussle "We'll leave you no bustle, And skin yon from head to toe I of coil's Siiimlsioii Cod-Liv-er Stock and Farm Items I IvJC. . Oil xciti Hypo- - decS-ly- HrAlW VilJ CJfHHBBn4a Mf&t Vfc3wVf f v.b JKJfHHKVaH' 50c HUKMU3p f3!fttaWWamm M T I I I At s II I B 1 KaS H kWWWW kWaT I ! ATT A '- I ft t t t car-load- nin .m gum i rrgrann::rr:rrr:zgjj:gg?g?rsrKT- itir" riifci W I j t - MSMmm C3"l'fSnv s We Don't Know a Thing ----- --- K y. good-nature- d. 0 ti ..- 3- 4- it ! ti Gor&ioi ifMHl iallP? frfnri'BMr BELL'S About the color of footwear for next summer. Therefore we propose to sell p.vnrv of our nresent stock at once regardless of cost. We will not carry over a pair and le price we are making on them wilt - o tr M"M-M-'M--MM' cough-wor- n microbe-bearin- g accomplish the object. It will pay you to call at once and make your selections. t IMirnt I i free.man Bros AAAAA. Pins-Tar-Hon- ey T A1' O IV ?-'- e2-l- y . HM4MM. - - "is - ..AAAAAoAA.. 135 o itrs.1 . EASIER "T BH EVER. ....nr)f Cefrffa-lKail- - Organs iU3 ri f 1L - SEKD-2.75S3- .50. pe.l, X e. Thaa-Erer"t- s !" tTiWisJi-patio- I . . ! YJgSv . . David R. Tevis, h Mi si It ITBURNSGAS? J r-rc:-..- ,l. - I 1 .- Rea.ci Thl3 cany 0. (inui-Sewinge i KmasTOK cany . y R. N. & B. R. f I ,fe L over-stocke- d Dissolution Notice. Vice-President- s, The Dewey iiisiG Company, Street." XA.MT 1 s - I 1 .... - m ?--- . hFdU0. Una :,'; tual JZ i-- is-su- re MM MM, Kentucky. jly5-6- m Of Lexington, di A-- . !; ! . : 1 SALE - FARM fORi - Safest Investment Largest Proits. Ee-duc-ed his-onl- e, The-JBt- si car-loa- Following . Matured . " . hSr"" RfllLHfty. SOUTHED WHITE'S STIT10N . -$ : . - d ijjmjra Scientific American -- . . M-- J. . one-thir- d F-- . 1 . . . -- . tf YRUP PEPSfiW ? .ntn.lU-K)am.A- r wtsn-DonBr- a Low Rates mm - . -- . -., 28-- . .- I j iiu-iuc- . n. j -- I3I- , . Cincinnati ECONOMIST . . . JBoone-Cla- . J.lSpei-ll.liwmi- . CO 5t. G.A.R. 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