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Tile IA-I KENTUCKY, lL'.hOFS uiiimiitlcl fhe U WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1898. NUMBER 16. IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND Her Health Restored THE PHILIPPINES. 1 FUNERAL MASS. Archbishop Dozal Hopes That the Imposing Ceremonies CommemIslands Will Not Remain Unorative of the Murdered der Spanish Rule. Empress of Austria. MUCH Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. AL. Dic.astil famry at the mi POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL 17t.li Iu of 11 Cafty, Cuh?, sird Was Wound?!!. f sllsislslslsisliislslslsTslslslslsislslslslslslsl wfftiffiffft Vllfffff.ffVfw m fU PLEASURABLE, tJinif.O.,S;pt.l7. J.rig.Gfii. Joseph T. suddenly at hihome at ihf Colu:ulu- postabi ui 4:50 Friday Coi Ilaski-UUied - BLCODSHCD WOULD RESULT. CARDINAL GIBBONS THE CELEBRANT. liil3iVl t The Archbishop Also Expresses the The Ceremony Was Official in Character Hope That They Would Not Reand Was Held in St. Matthew's main Absolutely Free. Church, Washington. Incessant Strife ami u Lipse Into llarbar- - The President and Member! of Ills Cabinet, Jsm mid Natural Indolence of Tropical the Ambassadors nittl Ministers of ForIUces Would Take l'ldce l'refer eign Countries and Members of to He Amerlcin subjects. the Army and Navy Attended. misery uiaiucLJiessness can oxiiy tm realized by tboso who have ex perl- - neuralgia and that miserable .S of unrest, can surely bo cured by Dr. s Kestoratlro Nervine. So certain Is Miles of this fact that all druggists are - t prized to refund price paid for tho first t :o tried, providing it does not benefit. Jrs Henry Brnas, wifo of the well known ksmlthat Grand Junction, Iowa, says: "I tvos troubled with sleeplessness, nervous-rt- a, headache and irregular menstruation: untold misery for years. I used various advertised remedies for fcmalo coaa-- r !a:nts besides being under the caro of local without help. I noticed in Dr. Miles' advertisement the testimonial of a laJy cured of ailments similar to mine, and I shall never cease to thexk that lady. Her testimonial Induced me to use Dr. Miles' Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, which restored me to health. I cannot say enough ' 1 BAMN3 POWDER CO., NEW TOPK. 'i for Dr Milcs'Eemedles." Dr Miles Remedies cr? sold by all drug-- t its under a positive first bottle money ' cents or Nervine! J& Health CO- J iYWOS' 5a iA Bookondls- -- aes of the heart and ti rves free. Address, DC MILES MEDICAL Restores v3 g - Elkhart, Ind. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A7:3:7IT3 R. IV. MILLER. Attorn - - Richmond, in r - Kestcckt. 1" in the Barnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y National Bank. J. St--. STTZ-iZjT'V-A-i- T, Law, KENTUCKY. ', P over Tavlor's Hardware More, op-- t .'te Court House, on Main Street. Attoukey-- a RICHMOND. -- 1! II HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Hi. iiMos-n- . Mire No. 13 First St.. up stair?. .1 31-3- 0 C.&D. M.OI1ENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kbvtitcky. RuiiMovn, i lire oti Second struct, over . t". gnK-pry- Chen-ii- i PHYSICIANS. UK. II. K. GIBSON, V i iim PIIY.ilCIAX AXI) SURGEON, Kentucky. - n. iice in oier WMe m,the Joe CobaslmiMins, iS and ao Sec-17- aM drassWre. c (HAS. HOOKER, 1 In an interview-herwith Archbishop Dozal of the Philippine islands, said: "I earnestly hope the islands will not remain Spanish, because the rebels are now so strong that such a course would inevitably cause appalling bloodshed. The the natives is impossible until after years of the most cruel warfare." lie also expressed the hope that the islands would not bicome absolutely independent, because it was certain that dissensions would occur which would result in incessant strife and a lapse into barbarism and the natural indolence of the troi ical race. The only hope, the archbishop declared, was that a strong1 western power would intervene now. Delay wa dangerous, because tha people are intoxicated, vainglorious and restless. He said it was undeniable that the religious orders must because the whole people had determined to abolish them, now that they were able to render their retention impossible. He lay the chipf blame upon the Dominicans, Augustins und Franciscan receletans, the richest orders, and next uron the Ilenedictines and Capuchians, vthich are of less importance. The Jesuits, Archbishop Dozal says, are comparatively blameless. He added that the rival orders quarrel among- themselves, intrigue, act unworthily and slander their opponents, thus increasing their general disfavor. The provincinlcs, who are approximateequivalent to archdeacons, are mainly responsible. They are utterly beyond the control of the archbishop, who denies possessing much powor. The total numb.-- of Spanish priests in the Philippines before the war was about one thcusanJ, but lately every departing steamer ha- taken fifty or a hundred of th in away, now barely 500 remain. A native pri st privately stated to the correspondent that the reason the archbi-ho- p hones for the expulsion of the friarly orders is that they have grown loo powerful for him and that he wishes to himself. Several responsible Spaniard-- i assured the correspondent that they would to remain refuse here if Spain was reinstated in the control of the islands. Many of the Spanish soldiers refuse to serve again and Spanish officers are utterly disgusted vtith the rottenness of Spain's government and prefer to become American subject"5. The annexationists have a majority of 71 in the national assembly but the discussion of the subject has not been 19. e Manila, Sept. Washington, Sept 19. An imposing funeral mass commemorative of the murdered Empress Elizabeth of Austria, was celebrated at St. Matthews Catholic church Saturday, Cardinal Gibbons being the celebrant. The ceremony was official in character, under the. auspices of the Austrian minister and among those in attendance were President McKinley and the members of his cabinet, the ambassadors v and ministers of foreign governments in their brilliant diplomatic uniforms, representatives of the United States army, navy and supreme court, and a large gathering from private life. The Austrian Mr. Von II imitller, was attended by all thi nn'iubers of his staff. n-- n q'lility depend, upon the execution of the law, on the ruler or executive of a nation depends the execution of law, the maintenance of stable government U3, It behooves therefore, to uphold the head of person, as the nation, whose a ruler, is sacred. The cardinal paid a touching tribute to the beauty of character of the late empress, and asked that the prayers be given, not only for the repose of her soul, but also for the solace of the stricken emperor. Among all the tributes of sympathy which had gone to the emperor, he said, none had been more touching and gracious than that of tho president of the United States. The cardinal recalled the world wide sympathy coming to the United States on the assassination of President Garfield, which, he said, leveled all partisanship in this country, bringing together democrats, republicans, administration men and men common a in sorrow. Thus out of the blood of a martyred president was sown the seed of patriots, and the cardinal hoped that out of this last abhorrent tragedy would come also good lessons and good results. The music following the mass was of a high order. Following the ceremony the president and his party returned to the white house. REV. DR. JOHN HALL. min-istt-- r, He was stricken with after.ioon. apoplexy, tho excitement through which he had during fie day being the immediate caus'j of the attack. Gen. Haskell commanded the 17th infantrj-- at the battle of El Cauey and was twice wounded in the left shoulder and knee. Ho came home about a month ago and was rapidly recovering, the wound in his shoulder, however, had paralyzed his left arm, which he carried in a sling. Friday morning the 17th regiment returned home and Gen. Haskell went to the depot in a carriage to welcome his gallant men. He rode at the head of the regiment through the city to the post and the cheers of the immense crowds of people that lined the streets were directed almost as much to him individually as to the regiment. At the reviewing stand the crowd surrounded the carriage and flowers were fairly showered into the vehicle from every side. Although not as strong as formerly. Gen. Haskell appeared rugged ,andhis sudden death was a terrible shock to his family and friends. At 4;.;o Friday afternoon Capt Clay called at Gou. Haskell's residence to pay his respects. The general was resting at the time, but came down stairs. They had been engaged in conversation about five minutes when Gen. Haskell suddenly started to his feet, clasping his hands to his head, then fell to the tioor. The only exclamation he made was ''Oh, oh!' Capt Clay sprang to his assistance and was surprised to find that his pulse had ceased to beat Post Surgeon Pilcher was summoned and stated that death was caused by apoplexy. Mrs. Haskell was prostrated by her husband's death. Besides ihe widow two sons survive. pa-sed jp "v y-- lf - 3f ffr fe??Ssy CfessEsB 0 asl u. A. S ( jl "mtllvf rvCrQS fvjp-- sissH A and you can also say extremely comfortable, when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Phretons. Our stock of tine carriages is unsurpassed for beaut, style, durability and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you, quality considered. John Donelson. i1 I 4 Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statnary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. " To the Rescue. O . FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind ef Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tho rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find conMantlv ou haml a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit alfcJasses ef buyers. W. G. UOUCHER. one; of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to us for d"esisas, which will be furnished on application. 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DSNTAL 5TJP.aSST. Dktboit, Mich., Sept 19. After a weelt's vacation at his home. Secretary Alger left Sunday night on his tour of inspection of the southern camps and hospitals. Gen. Alger, accompanied by his aide, Maj Hopkins, started for Cincinnati on the 10 p. m. train via the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad. Gov. Pingrce, Brig. Gen. Dufiicld and CoL Gardner, of the 31st Michigan, saw the secretary aboard his car. Col. Gardner will join the general on Wednesday at Lexington, and will go with him to inspect the colonel's regiment at Knoxville. Tiic camps to be inspected are at Fort Thomas, Lexington, Knoxville, Anniston, Ala., probably lluntiville, and Jacksonville and Charleston. Secretary Alger expects to reach Washington a week from next Wednesdav. Want to Retain l lie Philippines. London, Sept 19. The Daily Mail's Chick-aiuaug- a. Tt. jS-Of- G TJaXuWuc - "oasotv DicrnsT, op LooissiiiK, Kr. next door to Go eminent 1Building, to t. RiehmSnd. Ky Office hours 3 to no y 13-17-l- Four nice rooms for Call at Dental Oliice of Dr. rent Hob-so- n, Madrid correspondent says a long was held between Senor the premier, and Senor Montero Kios,the president of the Spanish peace commission Sunday, which resulted in the decision that the peace commission shall strenuously defend the retention of the Philippine islands by Spain. con-ferena, nest door to pestoffice. jyR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. e, Be Dipper or ffie lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bursin. over Collins' Grocery, same oflice y jan!2-l- J)H J. C. MORCAN, DENTIST. over Eichmond, Ky. 3Iadison National HfS-l-y Bank, Dropper? There are cough medicines that are taken as freely as a drink of They are water from a dipper. cheap medicines. Quantity does not make up for quality. Ifs the qualcures. There's one mediity that cine that's dropped, not dipped Ayes Cherry Pectoral. There's more power in drops of this remedy than in dipperaful of cheap cough syrups and elixirs. It cures Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, and all Colds, Coughs, and affections of the Throat and Lungs. the military attache, llaron Ricdl, in the uniform of the Austrian imperial guard, and Capt. Rodler, naval attache, in the uniform of the Austrian navy, acting as Minister Von Hengelmuller wore the striking costume of the Hungarian"Magnat,',denot-in- g high dipl oinatic rank. It was of sombre black, satin coat, knee breeches and high boots and a heavy black velvet coat huntj from the left shoulder. His sword, scabbard and hilt was hid w ith windings of crape. As the carriages of the president and cabinet reached the church, Mr. Von Hengelmuller left his pew and met the president at the church door, escorting him to a pew at the front at the right of the chanceL With the president were Secretaries Gage and Wilson, Postmaster General Emory Smith and Acting Secretary Adee. Hack of them, as representatives of the army, sat two of ths officers of Gen. Miles' staff, Cob Maus and Lieut CoL Michler, in fatigue uniform, while the judiciary was represented by Justice Harlan, of the United States supreme court Many other officers of the state, war and navy departments, also were present The diplomatic corps occupied pews opposite those of the United States government officials. With the Austrian minister sat Ambassador Cambon, wearing the heavily uniform of an officer of highest diplomatic rank, with a wide silk sash from shoulder to hip. He left his pew after the president and cabinet were seated, and crosssng the aisle paid his respects to the president and cabinet officers. The German charge d'affairs, llaron Speck Von Sternberg, with the German military, civil attaches, in nival and the minister of full uniform, Switzerland, where the assassination of the empress occurred, and the representatives of Russia, Norway and Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, Portugal, ColomChina, Japan, Turkey, bia, Venezuela, Costa Itica, Brazil, Peru, Chili, most of them in court and diplomatic attire, were present In the absence of the British ambassador, Sir Julian Paunccfotc sent a large floral cross of white roses and carnations, which was in the middle of the chancel facing the congregation. The embassy was represented by Capt Paget and Mr. Young. The church interior was simply arranged for the occasion. Back of the chancel hung long crape draperies, covering the windows and darkening the altar. The pulpit was draped with heavy bands of crare. Cardinal Gibbons was assisted in the mass by a large number of priests and acolytes, the usual rich vestments being put aside for those of black and white. In his sermon the cardinal said a grievous crime had shocked the civilized worli'; the band of an assassin had struck down an inoffend-in-g lady, the consort of an emperor of vast and historic regions. The crime had occurred, not when the empress was seated on her throne, amid pomp and majesty, which might have excited the passions of some fanatic, 'but while" she was peacefully walking the street. "The man that strikes at the ruler of a nation is an enemy of social order," declared the cardinal. Public peace and tran- - The Eminent Divine, of Xiif York, Dies at the Home of Ills Sister In llangor, Connty Down, Ireland. Gca. Haskell was born at Cincinnati, O., November 19, 18T& Ie was appointed a captain of commissary subsistence in 1863 and served throughout tho war. For gallantry he was breveted major, lieutenant colonel tnd colonel. Ho btc .me captain ia the Infantry July 28, 185G. anil was promoted to major of the 21th on June 2$. 18T2. He became Hcutcnint colonel of the 17th UniteJ state Infantry on August 27, Z-- Remember the name you buy again. 9 $$&$? THE TWO A'. THIS IS EMPERORS. 1890. Belfast, Ireland, Sept 19, Kev. Dr John Hall, of New York, died Saturday morning at Bangor, County Down, Ireland. Dr. Hall was on his annual visit to Europe. He died at his sister's residence. His health has been broken down for more than a year. He had hoped to return to New York shortly, and had already engaged passage on a steamer for himself and his wife. New York, Sept 19. Dr. John Hall, who died Saturday in Ireland, was born in County Armagh, Ireland, on July 31, 1829. ne was of Scotch scent When 13 years of age he de- en- tered Belfast college, and was repeatedly Hebrew prize man. In 1849 he was licensed to preach and at once engaged in labor as a missionary in W?P '811 T.EV. DR. JOHN nALL. k Louis I Mmi y. Kinth fitreet, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be at Mr. J. B. AVillis', Richmond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Mtli. 1898, returning every second Weilnesday of each of month. Reference every physician febl6-l- Richmond, Ky. No. Sta "West E A k3fS 8cirE and Eheosatipm relieved IkAiy Dr. MUes Nerve Plasters. can think of some simple thing to pstenu Protect ronr Idcan. tbrr may Irring you wealth. Write JOHN WKUDEBBURN & CO, Patent Attor-nejWMhlngtrfn. D. CL. tor their 1,KM prlie offei and hit of two hundred Inventions wanted. Wanted-- An idea VTho ME A MAN MADE TABLETS FO&1TIVKL.X UtJUt. AJAX r 's IXJJrrTOi xwpci cauuiK iuwu by 'Abase or other Tvawm Uceues and ladir ijui. iwtui . irMArt Tnu.nty Anil OonsaiDDtioa u Inxaatnd . Corts R.. JEE wh3ro.1till other Iaii ncr. . i trillonreXOTL WeBapo-ihrocurrlthouindand aCect a atra SA ,n to written V ewiicajeor cnarectM Boon. P)oeW RTfi refoadtie tor or tix tkses (foil treats stlpHm.R50. Br fKUse: Oreiuar cail, la plain wranper. upon rewtg t of ,.t. u - va. Aycr's rterri PtcMtai k DOW HALF PRICE f0C Z -- AJAX REMEDYCvh, "In Vnr'.-il- . Htrcdon. VV,u.l . Tljfc2hT " ?,r tiw ,fcUf-- 0 HuHB & JanU-l- y 1&tkif-50.c- is. f J" Washington, Sect 17. The peace commissioners, with the exception of Senator Gray, who is expected to join Dreyfus Case to lie Mibmltted. 19. Pakis, ccjt. At a meeting of the the party at New York Saturday, left Washington tabinet ministers Saturday it was de- noon over at 4 o'clock Friday afterthe Pennsylvania railroad eded to submit the documents in the Dreyfus case to a commission to be se- without any ceremonies. Dr. S. B. liar (man, X.ival Ofllcrr Doad. Columbus, O lected by the minister of justice, M. Deah Sib: I feel Washington, Sept 17. Chief EnSarrien. The irunistcr for war, -W l likeanewwoman Z. rlindcn, nnd Gen. BtVSjJTjT the minis- gineer George B. Johnson, of tho navy, sinco using your ter of public work. Senator died of heart failure here Friday night, left before the council adjourned, aged 70 years. The remains wiUbe Your medicine which is interpreted as meaning that interred at Arlington. has helped me so they do not agree with their colleagues much that I can in this matter and that they intend to An Enterprising Drntrcist. work and never resign. feel tired out. When I first began to use ALL WOMEN There are few men more wide awake Gen. Turlindon the ministerfor war, your medicine I couldn't sweep my own Should know that the and enterprising than Perry & Thomas. has tendered his resignation. "Old Time" Bemedjr, room, run the sewing machine or lift Successors to W. G. White, who spare anything, not even a chair. Itevenhurt Demand That Mnssnlmnns lie Disarmed. no pains to eeenre the best of everything me to ride or walk any distance. 'Now Caxdia, Island of Crete, Sept 19. in their line for their nmny customers. I can do all this, and I believe, more, and never feel tho effects of it 1 feel They now have the valuable ngencyfor Adm. Noel, the British naval comhere, Friday evening handed so proud of the way it has brought me Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- mander Edhem. Pasha, the Turkish governor, out that I telldt far and .near. I can tion, Coughs and Colds. This is the a demand for the disarmament of the heartily recommend your medicipo to" wonderful remedy that is producing Mussulman population. The pasha is any woman suffering from female disits" such a fnror all over the country by awaiting the instructions of the Turkease. I know from experience that many startling cures. It absolutely ish government on the stibjet your medicine will do just what you cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness say it wiH. I thank- - you, Doctor, ja Social D mecracy Sole cts a Site. and all affections of the Throat, Chest thousand times for your treatment I shall recommend your medicine wherand Lungs. Call at above drug store and, Seattle, Wash., Sept 19. The Soever I go. I .know what it has done for get a trial bottle free or a regular size cial Democracy of America has selected a body of .and in western Washingme and I know it will do tho samo "for for 50 cents and $100. Guaranteed to TrosMes. Corrects all Is the best ton and will establish its first colony Irregularitiesfor Ftmtle Organs. Should bo others. 1 feel that there arc thousan ds in Femalo 5 or price refunded. cure taken far Chsst e ot LH and bof oro of other women who would, after using within SO days. Tjhc exact location Plasters "OM Tine" Penciks have Stood the your treatment, as I did, be thankful. will not be divulged for a while, as the twentyycars. test for Ono fare to Louisville and return, negotiations are not sufficiently, adI am so glatl I got your treatment Madaoulyby :ew"Sreneer!tailcneCo., Tcnnevice. This month is tho firafcitimoiRjny' life via !,.&&., Sept 20 to and including vanced. that I can remember othaviag my. morning trains of Sept. 30, limited to Ferry & Thomas, druggists, successors to "W. menses without pHia. Why, can't do Oct.2nd,viaL.&N. piirfai-cs- , sores,, insect G. WhiUJ. For broken anything-lju- t . deo8-lrecommend bites, burns, skin diseases and especial-ly-pHMiss Emma D.. Boldear Wilberforee, O. there is one Astabborn'congh or tickling mlbe Medicine Co", ColumThe thrbat'ylelds to Ono Minutes. CourIi "DeWItfc's Witch Hazel Salve. VVhen All druggists sell Dr. Mllaa Kervo r tester bus, 0.,',will mail Dri Hartis-aa'special' IfdruilsflB in effect, touches the von call ior- DeWitt's donlt accept n.nrti. book for wofloea,1 free on appliaifc, to or frauds. You will. not 'inetiwhit is not. Teltab6-anJSWJ&K BY OLD Wtch WANIEI SITUATK1KAS MU Vail niuir. w;a&ly. AlTdniygfaiaiwU man far aamtlC In wanted. Jt.acWSitonce. Donjl & be disappointed , ' ! - f -TJlc mwlSdto.DooaiMwU8-- ' ;- - lac. Call at tUs osw. -- r ; ,, VMaM.iw He was inthe west of Ireland. stalled pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Armagh in 1852 and In 1S5S was called to the Church of Mary's abbey (now Rutland square) in Dublin. He received from Queen Victoria the honorary appointment of commissioner of education for Ireland. In 1SG7 Dr. Hall was a delegate from the general assembly of the Presbyterian church in Ireland to the Presbyterian church in the United States, and after his return to Ireland he received a call to the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian church in New York. He accepted it and entered upon his labors in November, 18C7. A new church edifice was erected for Dr. Hall in 1ST5 at a cost of about 81,000,000, on the corner of Fifth avenue and Fifty-fiftstreet. He was selecicd chancellor of the University of the City of New York in 18S2. 0 His salary was understood to be In personal appearance Dr. Hall was a remarkable man. He was a man of commanding figure,with massive head, strong face, florid comnlex-io- n and rather stern expression, clean bhaven and with the slight stoop of a student His sermons were almost en Sometime1, but not often, he dealt wi:h the topics of the day. He had a smooth and forceful lelivcry. h S20,-00tirely-doctrin- al. From January, 1809, until January, 1872, he was In command of tho San Juan Islands, which at that time were a bone of contention between the United States and Great Britain. This- matter was settled by arbitration, William, of Germ, ny, deciding In faior of the United Staus. In lfcS8 he was aprointcd a member of the tactics board and hel'-t'compile the military tactics which are now used by the army. From 1S31 to 1893 be wai a member and president of the, board ef examiners for oalccrs fo promotion and was president of the board tha examined ofilccra seeking commissions. When Col. Poland t as appointed brigadier general at the outbreak of the war Gen. Haskell as lieutenant colonel assumed command of tte 17ih United Slates infantry and led that regiment In the battle ot El Cancy, in which he distinguished himself by his bravery. He led the rctlmcnt through the succession of barbed wire fences that surrounded the block houses at El Cancy until he was shot. First a bullet stru-- k bis rl;ht shoe, bruising his He lausblncly heel. to a remarked lieutenant that he had been shot in the beeL The remark was no sooner uttered than he was shot in the left shoulder. In another Instant herecehed a bullet in his knee. Gen. Haskell lay ihercmalncler'of the dayon,thc firing line, such attention having been given to his wounds as the improvised hospital service provided. The surthorsof tho 17th praised the bravery of their commander in highest the More terms. than one declared if h.vl not that hs been wounded tho rcg.mcnt would have followed him to the last man. He kept ahead of the regiment and m tntained Sis self possession under a withering lire. The Spaniards had the range perfectly in each line of barbed wire fence and the lines of the regiment were thinned at e.ieh obstruction. It was not until Gen. Haskell fell wounded, that their advanco was temporally chcckeJ. For his braery at El Caney CoL Haskell was recently promoted to brigadier general. Em-rer- or Illiniii. of Ceriii.iuy, and Kr.nc!s Joseph, of Ansirlt, Meet 1 ho l'ormer Deposit .t 1 on thr tjuflln. Vir.:iNA, Sept 19. Emperor Francis n Joeiih, I'nnce Uohenloln. tho Ger-me- inu ertal chancellor, aud Itaron Uuoluw. Hie German minister for foreign affairs, received Emperor William at the railroad station. The emperors shook hands and kissed each others' cheeks three proceeded They times. then Vou ecoiiceii- - NOT Or r.ny of those skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that sea-goi- church, where Emperor .William, in behalf of htraclf and the t mrress of Germany, deposited on the casket containing Ihe remains of the late empress of Austria a oral wreath which his majesty had brought from Germany. The emperor dined at the German etnt'as?v after the funeral and started for Berlin Saturday evening. to the 11 liiiiki Who has reconcentrated all of his experience of more than thirty vearsin the PAINT and WALL PAPER business, the knowledge thereby gained with all his energy and industry reconcentrated he expects to be worthy of and to reconcentrate nearly nil the demands for Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnishes, Brushes, Artists' and Painters' Supplies generally. He makes and keeps for sale everything in the business in the largest quantities. Note the Iteconcentrado Prices: Wall Paper 3 cents, Window Shades complete 10 cents Picture Frames, glass, barking, screw eves and cord. 8x10, J5 cents; Kix20, portrait size, moulding, $1.00; moulding, 150 The best Mixed Paint in the market for $1.10; Cirriage Paint o0c and 75c per quart, nil our own make. Yon can be a free and independent Reconcentrado by doing all your trading with ch id. ip -- :r,:m::e:r,, lit r. Dr. Thomas Apple Dead. IU LANCASim, Pa., Sept Rev. Thcnias Apple, D. D., LL.D, one of the most eminent theologians in the Bcfuniicd church in America, died Saturday from acute kidney trouble. Dr. Apple was 09 3ears old, and had in the IIefjrrc?d boMi prominent cliur-- ti for t. early a half century. The Old Eeliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters, where he lias been for over 31 years, in the good old town of Richmond, and still ready to wait on his old customers, and as many new ones as will favor him with their patronage. His stock is being added to constantly, and you will find you can get goods cheaper and better there than any other place. A nj thing lie tells yon is " Give him a call and encourage just as represented, and you can rely on it. home trade je2i)-6- Richmond Market ss sssssssssssssFtW. MARKET IlEPOItT. Fioirn New spring patent, J183a-(.l.)- t spr ng fancy, J12j3.60; spring f aiullj . $X0O& 3.C0. CU.CIXNATI, Sept. 17. NORTH ATLANTIC SQUADRON. The Fleet Iteorgan zed and Heduced From a Force of One linudrcd Vessels to Thirty-Two. aCo; fsmlly. J2.6Oa2.S0; extra. tZ.3OQZ'J0; low grai!e. fl.9e2.2U: rye, north webtorn, i7f 3.90. do city. $3.00 per brl. Wheat Sales: No. 2 red, track. C7c. Coux Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 31c Oats Sales: Sample mixed, track, S2o; No. winter patent. .4&3.75; fancy, tX.Wr& Washington, Sept 17. Secretary Long Friday afternoon issued an important order reorganizing the North SllKtp Extras, 84.0X34.23; good to choice, Atlantic squadron. The fleet is re- 13.25 S.SS; common to fair. f2.0u3.C0. Lms Extras, to fair, J3.50good to choice, duced from a force of about 100 vescommon 4.6X sels to 32, tho remainder being detach- ?4.85!4U: Veal Calves Fair to good llght,J7.257 75; ed ready for disposition in the future. con.mon oLd large, fl.30S7.oa 'Chicago, Sept. The four vessels of the Morgan line, Wheat September, C3c; October. 17. 63c; the Prairie, Yosemite, Yankee and December. 6iSl&623tc; May. WJfc Coit,. Sertcmrcr, 23J,c; December, 29Xc Dixie, with the auxiliary crisers 31 Badger and Panther, are ordered to be May. fie. Oats September. 20&8C0.VC: December, laid up in reserve at League Island. 501ii5?.a),c.May. 22!,22'c The fleet as reorganized will consist IlAULtv No. 2, Scpember, 43c. Kvt Scptcmbcr.-46icOctober, 4GJf.c; May, of the Indiana, Massachusetts, Texas, 13c New York, Brooklyn, Amphltritc, PineBvnou, Sept. 1& Cattle Prime. fo.10JU.JC: Puritan, Miantonomoh, Terror, Cin- tidy, f4.6O34.80; falr.KOftatW; fcot, HUQfxOO; comtacc, fJ.50 cinnati, Montgomery, Newark, San LOO; common to good ft oxto, tt.2GQ4.DO; heifers, f3.50B4.65; fresh tow v! springers, Francisco, Detroit Marblehead, May- 118.00(650-0flower, New Orleans, Bancroft, MariHoes Prime medium weights, f4.2&4.30; etta, Topeka. Castine, Nashville, best heavy Yorkers, t4.2034.3; common to Yorkerj, t4.03S4.IO; heavy hogs. (4.10 Machias, Princeton, Fern, fair good pigs, f3.9024.00: skips, common pigs, US; Wasp, Hist, Eesolute, Potomac, Scorgood roughs, f3.S033.7S; stags, ti50 pion and Alvnredo. 3.1XX ; T, 83-2- mixed, track. 23c. Hogs Select shippers, 13.95 t00; select butchers', fJ93J.OO; fair to good packers', e3.833.93; fair to good light, fS.KX34. 10; common and roughs, JilftUlSa Cattle ralr to good shippers. H.404.8S; gtod to choice butchers', M.3."iJJ-- t 73; fair to med.um butchers', ti.4 J4 23; common, f2.73& 3 GEO. 203 It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats are the best. We kill first-clacattle, is why we have always enjoyed a good share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored fcSSS TCBssPsBBssMsBiBiI us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order thatour Beef, M. WILLG1, Mutton, Poke and other Meats, are not excelled by any market. HIT SHEET. W, P.S. Having boucht in the last 60 days two car-loaof Wall Paper from one of the largest factories in Philadelphia, we received from the President n vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce. of the Company a very complimentary ic, Ac., can be foand in oar market at all times. Thanking you for past patronage, I solicit a continuance ot same. thanks, and in conclusion he stated. ds Home-growRad-dish- JPresh Fish Recieved Daily. D."!LToviaVas, ''You pre a regular Recoxckxtrado in the Wall Paper business. We plead guilty to the indictment We guess we are, or else we would never have G. M. W. been accused. CALL ATV Telephone 103. may25-l- y J3 Mackey Building, Main St. i i ij JMJil SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. up-to-da- AD. S.KmX&T MANAGER. t. ir.-$?Ao- Best $2.00 and $2.50 N HOTei.. wSSfiT House in Louisville. Coolest and most refreshing; Ml of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommo by dating clerks. te "R N R 79K JR j f Peace Cominlsionrr Start for New York. rood wethers, t4.5534.65; Sheep Prime wethers, natives, mch2 - 6m f4.70Ol.73j EMA5S VICTORY. Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. iSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Second St. Phone 3. RICHMOND, KY. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Lnis-fK). E. Ill CITE, Pinilt-t, n n Ui Di dlluUKtJ pl.jl.j Tte xdueVi Svavw o 61 p. & UUii UIU mmm A g 4 Til-laj-- e. a, LITERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition for Literary and B!h! Course $21 a year. More than twenty teachers. $10,000 gymnasium. Thousands of ancceural alumni. Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention- - Open to both aexea. For lyZ7-- t( catalogues address the President. 0 Capital Wagons, TftsVi ov m ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR is Svo 2?- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. VaM Recommends "Wrights Celery Capsules. T)ys,: . Pabkebsbceo, The Wbioht 3Ikd. Co., Colambus, Ohio. W. Va., 26, 1995 January 0 If ssssssMlstfk Whicbis known to be the best all over this county and State. A fine line of 0. K. RANGES and COOK STOVES, ihe most complete line of all class of farm Implements and. Shelf Hardware in the market. "We are prepared to do the best class op m 1$ 4 CMM-BM- yr Pe-ru-n- a. j es reliable-remedy- , since November, 1894, and find them to be as recommended. I first began taking them while at Hot Springs, Atlr , under treatment for Sciatic P.henmatura, Liver and Stomach trouble; Constipation which I had.been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules, gave me great relief from the beginning ami have, need them ever Biw. "With vtemare, and anEO- -. to any. and, licited. I reeeiBed-ther. Gentlemen:! have Wright's Celery Capsules been using Tin "Work and Roofing. Pe-ru-- - s n'o-ht- - wit-DeW- mfs ar all suffering with Hke'afflktiouaoreUhei-ofj v tbeni. v erx traly yoHrs. 'f ' CbamjT. Calbwx. 1 Sold by T. $ urvtaMLrnfa -- th iMj.MIL Saagggora n 3 t Shaokellord & Oeatry, Richmond, v Kt. tiM. -- ir Ik -- 3 'f J- - s TO-- 1 - WWWf pWMsJ - V .- fsra ypW HsHsWP-'F- gr.a. w -- ni V . wJfc r Hhlfc-Wi'fli- ' w w w IMpw - fc as l-- r - . " r- - '' 2 -- - yi -- SHrKLi - TL 4. - "s-- -- " . " . S3 .. f 'i. .,t?J ! -- ' 53 '? ' '- -' JjT 1 . $1.00 Reward $i.00. daughters here, the guestaof Mrs. S. P.' at the residence of Rev. A. J. Tribble, Czapski, of this city. On the night of strong, steady nerves on the Irvine pike, Wednesday night. September 1, 1807. over one year ago, Walters. Tho readers of this paper will be Miss McCown at Czapski called at leastone The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. home where sheon Mr. lien Couchman, "of Fayette, ie , Are needed for success was visiting in this pleased to learn that there is has been the science ireaded disease Tribble. IVEKY WED.NrCSllAY IIT visiting his brother, Robert, of Whies city. The two hnd been sweethearts nhleto cure in allthat stages. rOXUSHKli Everywhere. Nerves its Station. Mr. T. II Hurst for some lime, nnd nothing was thought is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the any Co. Miss Dovey Letclier has returned Depend simply, solely, the 6eninr partner of that hustling when they went for a walk to nvoid way only positive euro known to the mediTh9 Glimax other callers. After a car ride by grocery firm of Hurst & Fow- of New Alhuiiy they repaired to Jeffer- cal fraternity, Cattarrh being a confrom Cincinnati and entered Central Upon the blood. eastend requires a constitulers, took unto himself a wife last son ville, where they were mnrried. The stitutional disease, Hall's Catarrh Cure University. tional treatment. Pure, rich, nourishing license had been obtained during the is taken internally, acting directly upon Applies to every article in our store. We're making- a bona fide eiff rt Thursday. The bride is Miss Sarah Mrs W. J. Smith, of Chicago, is vis-- j C B. WOODS. Associate Editor. was sworn to secreMahaffey, of near Berea. Mr. and day by a friend whowas in readiness for the blood and mucous surfaces of the Blood feeds the nerves to cut down the size of our summer stock, and it's by a tumble in price s cy, and everything iting her daughter, Mrs. H. S. Morgan, Mrs. Hurst are receiving the congratu- the ceremony. They returned homo system, thoreby destroying the foundaPRICK l'KU YEAR, $1.50. of Whites Station. we'll do it. We have a new story for you every day in Motions, Drv And makes them strong. lations of their friends who wish them unsuspected, and affairs went on as be- tion of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the conMrs. T. M. Messick, of Kearney, NeGoods, Clothing-- Boots and Shoes and Gents' Furnishings. fore. Miss McCown was very popular The great nerve tonic is long life and happiness. and WEDNESDAY. SEP1'. 21, - - 1!98. braska, is visiting Mrs. T. T. Covington and received friends as usual, and Mr. stitution The assisting nature in doing proprietors have so much its work At the residence Czapski called still as a sweetheart. Hood's Sarsaparilla, of and Mrs. .R. E. Turley. Soon afterward Miss McCovvn's par- faith in its curative powers, that thoy Rev. W. R. Lloyd, on Fifth street, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mrs. E. M. Burns, daughter and son, Because it makes to offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any this city, A'ednesday evening last, at ents removed from Richmond.-Ky.- , Bowling Green. Va., and the daughter case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Alabama, are visiting Mr. Richard nine o'clock, Mr. Fred II. Hicks and was sent for. It was in anticipation of of testimonials. The blood rich and w FOR CONGRESS, Bowler, near Kingston. Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Miss Mary Belle McCollum were unit this removal that the marriage was solO. Pure, giving it power HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, Col. D. WTribble, of Richmond, is ed in marriage. The attondants were emnized. A correspondence was kept Toledo.by Druggists, 7oC Sold up iu winch no mention was made ot tho guest of his sister, Mrs. P. P. Nun- Miss Mattie McCollum, "sister of the OF SHELBY COUNTY. To feed the nerves. Hall's Family Pills are the best. the marriage for fear of the letters fallnelley. Stanford Journal. sept-- lm bride and Mr. Theodore Goodlet. The ing into other hands. Everything went Hood's Sarsaparilla best wishes of a host of friends will smoothly until Mr. Czauski wrote that Master Cyrus Turner Jones and ANNOUNCEMENT It is always amusing to have a doctor he had decided to come to Bowling follow this happy pair throuch life. H mother, Mrs. May Turner Jones, left Cures nervousness, Green and claim her as his wife. The prescribe mental occupation to a paFOR AUDITOR. last Friday for Richmond, Va. Dyspepsia, rheumatism, letter fell into the hands of the mother tient whose bread, butter and occasionWe are authorized to announce JOHN B. Miss Julia Cunningham, of Richof Mrs. Czapski, but was interpreted to CHENAULT, of Madison county, a candidate Catarrh, scrofula, mean that it was tho intention of Air. al piece of cake are made by brain work. for the office of State Auditor, subject to the mond is spending a few weeks w ith Miss . action of the Democratic State Convention. Czapski to come to Bowling Green and And all forms of Nellie O'Bryan. Danville Advocate. Shifflet. At her home iri Mis- elope. A strict watch was kept and no Impure blood. souri, September Oth, Mrs. Nettie letters were allowed to leave or enter Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Siffred and Mrs. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Petty ShitTlet, of consumption. Her the McCown house at Bow ling Green, W are authorized to announce DR V II. Nel&on, of Silver Creek, return from a i 1 HOBSON, of Madison county, a candidate for visit atnouiig friends in Ohio last week. husband died at his father's, homo on while Mr. Czupski was kept in surveil-anc- e Representative in the next General Assembly equally as strict by certain friends and Mrs. S. B. Hume, Mr. and Mrs the Irvine pike last February. Two of Kentucky, subject to the action of the DemProf. Bat Galvan, the accommodating family here. This a ocratic party. T, Shackelford, Mr. David Mil- bright little boys survive. This is the of the on account of theprecaution was FOR TOILET OE TABLE 3 youth of the taken clerk at Hotel Zirnmer, returned Mon- James a ler and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. B, fifth death in Clifton Shifflet's family couple. Mr. Czapski being only twenty we offer a line of Towelings, Napkins, Daviess is the banner counThe best account we Lave read of the day from a visit to friends in Lexing- Hume, from Richmond; Mrs. Mary J. in four years. s years of age and his wife one year 3 Table Cloths, etc. of remarkable value. G. A. It meeting at Cincinnati was ton. $11,000,000 Miller, Mr. John Sam Owsley and 3 They are from the stock of an overKowlaxd. The remains of Mrs younger. No other objection was raised. ty of Kentucky. Mr M. Coy, of Kirksville, inform us Misslinda Owsley, Judge written by alitor Walton. He was theie, 3 J. W.Al- Susan Shackelford Rowland, wife of But "Love laughs at locksmiths," and of- - property listed for taxaxtrz 5? crowded manufacturer, and were made fields of corn has been corn and wife, of Stanford, and Miss as he says "i lie G. A. 11. and I., met that several Qounty tax rate for 3 to Sidney V. Rowland, will be laid to rest incidentally at zealous parents, and the tion. sell at much more than these prices. aain," etc, an.l hence it poes without sold in his neighborhood lately at one Miller, of Paris." The county in Bellevue Cemetery this afternoon, correspondence still continued. Mrs. 1S97, 15 cents. They are without flaw or blemish. The SVC without snjinjr his account is a prize dollar. 3 Miss Judeth Tudor, of Irvine, is the after a simple service at the residence Czapski had to drop her letters out of has no debt. Cornstalks yield 3 patterns are beautiful and the finish essay. Mrs.J. J. Brooks wife of Dr.Brooks has guest of her aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith, by 3 fine. This is an her pastor, Dr. E. M. Green. One her room window to a faithful dusky $12 an acres sold ab the Celopportunity which 3 returned from all extended visit to on Second street. 3 should not be neglected by the wiso of the pathetic features of the funeral messenger, who acted in the capacity lulose A well known Republican farmer Factory.' Tomatoes relatives and friends in Franklin coun9 Mrs Nelson Prewitt Gay, of Clark, and death is that the deceased had been of Cupid. This same messenger left the sold at the Canning1 in the Silver Creek locality is building ty. 3 housekeeper. It is a chance to replenNicholas vi He Democrat. 3 ish was the guest of her parents, Mr. and a valued and faithful member of the letters from Mr. Czapski in the hollow bring" $100 an acre. big granary to store his wheat away r the linen closet at half price. Owens-bor- o 3 Lieut. E Travis Duff, Co. G., Third Mrs. T. D. Chenault last week. first Presbyterian church choir for twenty-- of a tree near tho fence. in until it reaches Si. He says that unOWEN McKEE, is the largest loose toti Ky., was the guest of iriends here last Thus, through the medium of this years and was very dear to her der a Republican administration it is 3 Dr. L. H. Blanton will preach at Sil- five bacco market in the world. Richmond, Ky. week. He was student of C. U. for 3 correspondence, a plan was formed. sure to bring this pries in the near ver Creek Chapel (White's Station) associates. Her death was also the a previous to entering the first to occur iu the choir during that Mrs. Czapski was to leave Bowling Here are two of our farms for future Let us see if he is a good two next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. volunteer service. Green on last Saturday afternoon to sale: fprophet. . ft . Mrs. M. Harris, a professional Der- time. She was born in Richmond, Ky., visit a married sister in Richmond. Mr. Dr. Dunn, who lately moved to Rich- matologist, July 24th, 1834, and was married Feb. of Louisvtlle, will be at the TRACT NO. 5. NiciioLAsiu.E celebrated her cen- mond from Burkesville and is already 22d, 1853. She spent most of her jouth Czapski was to leave Louisville on the tennial anniversary last Friday in a getting a nice prctice here, had a visit Henderson House, Thursday, Friday iu the place of her birth, but before same evening for Richmond where he 100 acres S miles south of way that was credit to all concerned from his brother this week. Both are anu Saturday, btie is cordially en- coming to Danville lived in Cincinna was. to call on his wife, representing dorsed by Miss Katie Fox. Treatment Owensboro; level black land: v smtmn ra w w Proud of her past her poeple joined in delighted with our city. h ti and Covington. She came to Dan- himself to be a Richmond admirer. of skin diseases a specialty. a patriotic demonstration that will They were to make known the true GO acres under cultivation: ville with her husband in 18GS. Mr. S. R. B. Black, of Red House, and Friends of Mrs. John T. McClintock dwell long and happily in the memThose who knew Mrs. Rowland loved state of affairs and return to LouisAille dwelling of G rooms; teneCor. Main and 1st Sts. Klehmnnd, I sisters, Misses Belle and Nettie, have were pained by the news of the death . 5. . ories of the fifteen thousand particiher for her extreme kindness of heart, as husband and wife. The plans car- ment house; 15 acre tobacco returned from London, where they of her father, Mr. Vickers, in Pine pants. Vivala. Nicholjsville. her amiability, her spirit or broad and ried out to the letter and Mr. and Mrs. barn; this is as fertile a piece McKee's Old Stand. attended the fair and visited relatives Bluff, Ark. Mrs. McClintock had been generous sympathy and Christian chari- Czapski will return in days to of kind jis there is in the and friends tor several days. The hidebotiud Republican organs at her father's bedside for seven weeks, M make their home in Louisville. t State; price $25 an acre. Dr. and Mrs. W. 0. Goodloe will her filial love battling against her ty. Mrs. Rowland was the mother of X" continue to declare that there was six children. Two of them died young G n t 8 $ m SN 9 nothing wronj: about the management leave tomorrow for Seymour, Indiana, duty to her child, only nine months Those surviving are, William S., David TRACT NO. 6. of the war department, and if there wliereDr Goodloe will assist in old, which col Id not be taken along P., Edmund S. Rowland and Mrs. Stephwas it was the fault of a few incomexercises of the B'.ish without endangering its life from the en B. White. Dauvillb Advocate. 100 acres 4 miles south of petents apiHiiuted because they were memorial additiou to the Presbyterian change of climate. But the way was Owensboro; IS acres rolling1 the properties possessors if a political pull. The church of that city. Harrodsburg made clear and she entrusted the Young Burglars Captured. land; balance bottom ; 65 acres idea of lojric teems never to hae pene- Democrat. infant to the tender care of a faithful Win. Cavnnaugh, a twelve year old under cultivation; one dwellingOFtrated through the skylighs of the Judge J. S. Griggs aud wife and M. friend and went to the death chamber colored boy, of this city, was landed in One mafic of Piano may have one, another two, another thrc jail Saturday by Chief of Police Feeny, hidebound Republican organs. -and two tenement houses; of her father. Hero she ministered to F. Unggs, formerley of College Hill, of these properties. c charged with stealing four diamond A Good Blue Grass Farm of 20 acre tobacco barn; stable; this county, but now of Gordon City, his wants, lightening her mother's load rings, valued at S400, from Miss Mary LAND, 230 Acres, y i! orchard and vineyard; this is Kansas, are visiting Squire John and the better fortifying her for the Pattie. Cavaiiaugh entered the kitchhi Griggs at Doylesville. They will also separation soon to come. Mr. Vickers en shortly after the dinner hour and a bargain; price per acre $35. ANDT. J. Miller, of Waco, has moved to visit other relatives in the county be- died in his daughter's arms, and, with proceeded to go through the house, tak11, for our list of for her whole duty done she returns to ing soldas known only the rings, which . rfVT f fore returning to kansas. .Missouri. S - t j farms for sale. he to Wni. Scudder, colored, for At 2 o'clock, p. ni., on the premises for the Mrs. Joe B. Willis and son and Mr5,f her home and loved ones in Kentucky ten cents. Scudder turned the rings .vs&fiMs&ss Mrs. Shelby Jett is visiting in Tenpurpose of finally closing up the estate of the WILLIAMS & LITTLE, nessee. Chenault Willis and little daughter, raised higher if possible in their esteem over to Chief Feeny, who immediatelate E. C. Browning, we will sell to the highest bidder on the above date, said well known by her heroic conduct under the double ly delivered them to the owner. aug21-6211', 3d St., Owensboro, Kj. farm on the Athens and Boonesboro turnpike, Mr. Brutus J. Clay is at home from Nannie, are at home from "Bowling vr : - j!! i .irvr -- ra Ed. Harris, also sorrow of leaving her infant aud losing the residence of W. colored, broke into two and a half miles from Uadm's corner, and TH (S Green, Va., where they have been L. Crutcher several Cincinnati. Said farm consequently south of Winchester. As Trustee of J. C. Adams, I will, weeks ago and took therefrom Misses visiting Mrs. Nannie Willis Dejarnette, her father. is all in fine blue crass and clover, and there Clothes Cleaned and Dyed. Judge J. C. Chenault was in Frankfore ready for any crops requiring strong soil. "Arlington," the handsome home of Crutcher's bicycle. The wheel was whose son has been named Joe Willis It is abundantly watered by living springs and fort Monday. found Thursday at Harris' home under On ponds and cisterns, and the whole farm under of Madison Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baylor Hanger, the bed. Jas. Crutcher went before as was the unanimous wish Thursday, Sepiemer 29, 139S, I hare been in the business five jears and good fencing, the larger portion Deing stone the Mrs. Matt S. Cohen visited in Cincin- county people. was the scene of a most delightful so grand jury Monday and indicted Harris. have got the business perfect. I can make 46 fence. The dwelling a large frame, His them all is harmonious coiiciaa'tr'ti. Ajcr.h n nst il! cities, h none nati last week. ninerent colors, ana wnere Its goods is one of the best in the county of Clark. Also yours, write us. Established 25 years. A-VCJi Sell to the highest bidder, on the prem- I can give entire satisfaction in every particu- another dwelling of 5 rooms, also barns, stable, Elsewhere is the story from the cial went Friday evening. The invitaVyj. TOT Outlook Promising. lar. Also I press ladies' skirts and clean and cribs and others, 2 good apple orchards. Miss Annie Ncalc Uounett is at home Louisville Times of the romantic court tions read this. ises, near Siiver Creek Station, on the press gentlemen's ft i nzntiviP'. GCo9 Buyers will find on inspection that we are suits. BELLE BRECK. rf .Lilt- L. &X. R. R., the following tracts of Miss Uilder, South Carolina, from Vcrsailht. offering a really good farm in every particular. Mr. J. J. C. Bond.travelingsalesman ship and secret marriage of Miss Elsie This certifies that Belle Breck has several cash, balance Mr. McChesney. Virginia, Terms ok Sale for the Curry Grocery Company, has land : times dyed Mi-cowns for me. whiVVi i Phoebe IJeckuer is the guest of McCown, lately of this city She is the ang3-6two in one Mr. McFarland, Virginia. just returned from a trip through MerNO. 1 Known as the "Anderson each instance has proven highly satisfactory. equal payments tnereiorand near years from day e per cem. oi sale. riotes lo Miss Bosiewnr.s. I take pleasure in recommending her work to terest from day of sale, and a lien retained in oungest child of Rev. McCown, pastor Mrs Harry Baylor Hanger, Arlington, cer, Boyle, Garrard, Je&.samine. Wood- Place," contains on others. IDA M. RAMSEY. the land to secure them, and interest to be Friday, September Sixteenth, ford, Washington, Lincoln aud AnderotGG99eB(O0cscasexeii9eceso3oe3Goossc3 a Miss Scott. ofJ examine, is the guest of the Baptist Church, this city. The September 13, ISM. paid annually. 8 to 12 p. m. 2 Acres, More or Less. This certifies that Belle Breck dyed a son counties and iu a conversation 73 Messrs. young couple concealed their marriage and Sons, the of Miss MoIIie File. a suit of Agents, inJerry E. Delph the undersinged,Land 1898. with the Harrodsburg Democrat, he Lexington, : ' ' ' ' : : : t ' : : 1 1 will clothes t : : : V . This is the place on which Adams black for me from a light grey color to a deep answer an enquiries. or Alex. Overley, of Paint Lick, left for over a year. This was a reception and musical with said: "I neversaw such fields of corn now This was done about a c,::- . ago and . ... ,T ,mn lives. It h:w on it a good Brick I have worn the suit constantlymonth that time since County At. delightful refreshments intervening. and tobacco as in the above named Residence, barn corn-criHon. Letcher Owsley, lteiue lor Texas, Monday. and they do not rub off or stain my under H. B. & Perry Browning, Agts finer and heavier and counties. Corn dye is necessary outbuildings. Thirty- - clothing andThe entirely uniform and not in Mr. W. S. Hume made a business lorney, of Garrard, and his equally Miss Gilder is one of the handsomest ttian X nave ever is is streaks cs satisfactory to mem known it to be To- five all : o BecVnerville, Clark county, Ky. acres are in young clover and the every particular. b honorable and brainy brother, Mr. young ladies ever in this citv, a true bacco is nearly twice as heavy as in w. G. WHITE trip to Cincinnati last week. sept21-4It lies in the forks August 20, 189S. Owsley, were in this city last type of the fair women of the Sunny usual years, uvving to tlie comment balance in Jerry E. Delph, Auct. septH " Casey M. C. E. Smith, of Richmond, was here of pikes and is wit Inn week. They report the health of their South. The gentlemen are of the best in the papers regarding the scarcity of two bilver Creek depot L. & N. mile -t'"WJaaaMjMtM'pCSaa"CM.JjlP-awMaTtaT the Wednesday. jaskson li ustler. It. It. ot tobacco worms, I have talked witli brother, the most Jhonorable, William stock of the Old Dominion and have NO. 2 Known as the "Bennett a number of leading regardMrs. T. D. Clienatilt, Jr. is the gue6t Goose, as much improved,and we are 2 ,5555 m made many friends here. Now, as to ing the subject, and fanners excep- Place," contains without of Miss Nellie Hood at Covinctoir all glad to hear that. the musical. It was exceptionally tion they replied that there are fewer 103 2 Acres, Blore or Less. Miss Louise Kaufman, of Lancaster. Mrs. Fannie Garnett is visiting brilliant. There were most of our ot the pests this year than for the past decade. Tobacco that has been cut Miss Van GreenleaFa guest last friends in Richmond wa5 This tract was originally a part of No. Hon. W. B. leading musicians present and these and put in the barn is curing up nicely, S:::.:: :::i; from it by week. Smith, of Richmond, the only Demo- ch armed the guests with and producers anticipate realizing a 1, but is separated lies in the a neighborhood pike and forks of Mi&s Annie Pates, of Midway, is the cratic elector in Kentucky who pulled their best selections. Mrs. Lillie fancy price for the weed this fall. Corn said pike aud the Richmond and Languest ot Mrs. John IL Pates on Broad-- through at the last presidential election Keane Logan was besieged by the ad- is selling iu the field at prices ranging caster pike, about mile from --MH" W V from $1 to SI 25 per 5 and the the Silver Creek depot. It has on it a S ay. T and a prospective candidate for gover- miring guests to continue her vocal price for it delivered is barrel, 25 about cents good cottage; GO acres are in corn. 10 in v a yZL Mr. C L. Searcy, the Waco merchant, nor, was in this city Saturday taking renditions. She has a rare voice and more on the barrel. In most sections wheat stbule and balance in J&the most bewitching manners and her ground for fall wheat if being broken, NO. 3 " '" was in Cinciminti last week buying deposition. Cynthiana Democrat Known as the "Shearer --Mr. J. V. and in but very few localities is too Place," contains " i-jgood. Misses Anne Bennett and Sarah talent is unquestioned. Logan's bass solo was in all respects hard to plow. Meadows were fine and t-L Miss lva Coy, of Kirksville, is visit- Shackelford, of Richmond, are visiting nine farmers out of ten have plenty of 227 Acres, More or Less. Miss Jean Amsden superb Miss Pattie's singing as usual, hay and oats to feed their stock during Misses Florence and Julia Bush, of Miss Sue Railey M iT This tract has two good tenament leaves to enter school at Ogontz, was a feature of the evening. Mrs. ing the winter. In the knobs of LinClark Hanger consented to sing and as all coln county the chesnut trees are load- houses on it, and is susceptible of be1113 w ill be accoml's William S. Montgomery left on near Philadelphia. She know who haye heard her voice, re- ed down with fruit. Residents of the ing divided into two parcels of about kuobs say they can't remember when equal size, with a house on each piece, I; Monday for lus home at Piqua, Ohio, panied by ner mother, Mrs. Jas. P. Ams- membering her beautiful solo at the there has been a more prolific crop. and good water on both. Twenty-fiv- e den, who kocs on to New York to visit : leaving Mis Montgomery and two her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Haggin, for First Presbyterian Church last Sunday, Iu general the farmer is satisfied with acres are in corn, 3 in tobacco and balThere are twenty-fiv- e retains all the depth and purity of her the outlook. Trade In the grocery ance in ten davs Woodford Sun. acres of extra fine timber on this girlhood days. Several others contribu- line has increased wonderfully within farm. the last two or three months." Miss Louise Kaufimau left for school ted to the enjoyment of the evening NO. 4 Known as the "Dick Campin Richmond Tuesday Prof. Milton and rendered a Out For The Legislature. it notable occasion. bell Place," contains I! E.liott opened the public school here Elsewhere will bo found the an Monday. A good attendance is reportnouncement of Dr. V. 11. Hobson for 53 2 Acres, More or Less. ed. Crab Orchard item Miss Lizzie the Legislature, subject to the action Lexington, Ky. This tract has a good tenement house i Wherritt and little neice. Elizabeth Rev. J. F. Williams was at Paint Lick, of the Democratic party. Tho con- on it, and is all in clover and Griffith, of Vicksburg, Miss., who Garraid county, conducting a protract- vention does not occur until Mav next, NO. 5 Known as the "Harris but on the principle that the early bird have been visiting W. H. Wherritt, ed meeting. catches the worm, the Doctor is up Place," contains I have returned to Richmond on their "GROWER'S Rev. T. Bronson Ray has been called and after the nomination. 2 Acres, More or Less. We have known Dr. Hobson ever 63 way home. Lancaster Record. LARGEST HOME OUTto the pastoral charge of the Falmouth since he came to Central University in This tract has on it a good dwelling, The plasure was afford many old Baptist church. FITTERS IN THE ENThicMcap.; 1SS4, and no student was better known to Intended Purchaser. and blacksmith shop. The friends of Dr. Pigg, of Indian Territory, TIRE SOUTH." Revs. Smith and Adair the former of than he, for his rugged character, hon- store and shop occupy fine business of welcoming that gentleman home for Crab Orchard, the latter of Rowland, esty, industry, and perseverance, traits sites. It is all in clover and timothy. that have marked his subsequent ca- -. No. C Known as a few days this week. He is pleased have been holding a sanctifi-catio- n reer and caused him to succeed in all bell Placo," contains.the "John Camp& with his western home, but is as true as meeting at Silver Creek. that he has undertaken. He springs SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIV- E PER ever to the place of his nativity, and from the best Rev. J. I. "Wills left, yesterday, for yet we never of Old Virginia stock, 197 2 Acres, More or Less. cent on any article want. heard him boast of his thus honors himself. The doctor for Garrard county, to hold a two weeks' antecedents, for his achievements have This tract has on it a dwelling, a barn Here is ample evidence of great years has contributed articles to the meeting at Liberty church; assisted by been tho results of his own unaided and a tenement house, and can easily preparation. Over two car loads of new and choice goods put on Climax that were widely read, and we Rev. J- - B. Crouch, of Stanford. Har- efforts, and thereby has he honored his be divided into two pieces to suit purknow of no sojo'urner in the wild and rodsburg Sayings. parentage instead of imposing upon chaser. It has 05 acres in corn, GO acres our floors in the last few days. their prestige, as is so frequently the in young clover, aud 42 J acres in wood- Chair from 75c to $2. wooly west more entertaining In style Rev. J. B. Howes has been returned case. iaud pasture. Rocters from $1.48 up to any than this gentleman. Dr. Hobson is a graduate of both the price. by conference to the College Hill JESyi will also offer fprsalej from $3.50 to $13.50 ; one such as we have been selling During the last of August' Miss Julia Medical and Dental Departments of Couches from $7.50, $10 and $15 Methodist Church; Rev. S. FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright. CombCentral University and for the past up. Higglns received information that her was assigned to from $5.00 to $18.00. Boonesboro; Rev. F. twelve years he has been practicing Several Lots is Scacy. Parlor .u.ts complete from S18 up. lover. Mr Robert E.Lee Sims, of Tusinations and Iron something new. Grider was given field word for the dentistry with rare success. Red Room Suits from $12.50 up. caloosa, a Ala., was very ill and she with Preachers Relief Association, While this is his first political ventTracts Nos. 1, 23, 4 and which ure, BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever her father, Mr. J. B. Higgins, respon- has already $20,000 he is not a new hand in politics. within '2 miles ot SilverCrejk 5, are all depot on in its treasury. ever exhibited in Richmond. He is a straight Democrat and has al- the Stanford Branch of the L. & N. Cm;., ded to his request to come to his bedR. A bright bit of repartee was exchang- ways voted for its nominees and worked It., and tract No. 6 is within easy disside. He had been very sick, but the CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties ined the other day between two promi- in several campaigns. He comes of a tance of Whites Station, on the Kuox-villfrom $3.50 to 57.25 are such as we have been selling "Will now signalize itself, Well prospect of her coming received him stock of Democrats and lately his cluding Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. Branch of the L. &N. R.R. These made Carpets with style and and he took up his bed and walked, nent churchmen of Paris. The Metho- brother, Hon. J. P. Hobson, of at $5.00 to $10.00. are all fine farming lands, well watered dist remarked "Your Presbyterian pictone pried purposely low. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. as nominated for Judgo and well iumroved. metaphoically speaking. He met her at Hemp Carpets, lGjc per yard. Any one wishing to examine these Chattanooga and insisted that the mar nic made me sick," and the Presbyter- of the Court of AnnealR. from tlin Ingrain Carpets, 25c, 40c, 50c. Third EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. . of riage, which was to have occured this ian replied "Oh no, brother, it wasn't In the District to Kv. Dr. Hobson is larms beiore uay ot sale can call on Rnissels Carpets. 50c, 55c. 60c. fight win. At the proper Velvet Carpets, 75c, 85c. 90c anyway, he consummated at the Presbyterian picnic it was your time he will address the citizens of the J. C. Adams, at his home, near Silver month CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.00 in Ash, Cieek Poctofllce, or the undersigned at Mattlnsrs. Oil Cloths, and all floor once and with her father's consent she Methodist appetite." News. county and give them an ouDortunitv iviciiniuiiu. Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple requisites. t A Mays ville preacher announced to judge of his fitness to yielded. Stanford Journal. d of the purchase TERMS. from 75 cents to $2.85, are such as wehave been selling and Mahogany. them in the Legislature. The bride is a relative of Miss Julia that he would discuss a family scandal money must be paid January 1st, 1899; for $1.00 to $4.00. d July 1st, 1899, and balance Higgins, of this city. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproMDaXV from his pulpit, and as a result every Secretly Married. January 1st, 1900, with legal rate of inBradle--Marti- n seat in the church wap filled long beductions of the tables used Those from Richmond who attendThe following account of the roman- terest from day of sale. Purchaser will ed the NnoTtoTillj and Jessamine fore the time for church service, many tic courtship and marriage of MUs be required to give bond with approved and made and painted by ball at $1.50 to $3.40, are such as we have County Centennial last Friday the 1G, standing in the aisles and a look of Elsie McCown, well known here, .where security. Lieu will be reserved to hand See Them. she resided while her father was pastor secure deferred payments. been selling from $2.00 to $4.50. Buying bhould begin in earnest wero: Maj. J. D. Harris, N. B. Death-erag- satisfaction was on the faces of all of the Baptist church, is taken from The right to seed any of these lands CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, HungaW. - Crutcher aud family, Mr. present The shrewd master of the Tuesday evening's Louisville Times: this week. .Not only is the price immediately will be given the purcharian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. Quite romantic is the story of the ser. Possession will be given January right, BUT we have prepared a Wade Walker, G. W. Evans. Jr., Dr. flock then proceeded to discourse on marriage of Miss Elsi" McCown, of 1st, 1899, when terms of bale are comglorious array of tempting styles H. C. Jasper," John B. Chenault, Dr. Adam and Eve and the serpent. at 1:00 to $3.75, are such.as we have ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. Bowling Green, Va., and Mr. Louis plied with. for your inspection. r i! Phil Roberts, Misses Margaret ChenElder L B. Timberlake, pastor of the been selling $1.50 to $5.00. JBST At same time and place I will DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. ault, Ella Park, Linda Gormly, Mollie Baptist church, of Richmond, having sell 35 Cattle, U0 Yearling 8- Awarded Fife, Leta Feland, Sarah Bird Zaring, resigned, the following resolutions were MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. Cattle. 7 Milch Cows and Calves, seven Lizz,e Feeny, MaryStought, Annie Highest Honors World's Fair, Work Mules, three Yearling Mules, 17 offered and adopted: at 35 cents to $2.10 are Head of Horses, 40 Stock Hogs. G Sows D. H. Myers and wife, Mrs. T. T. Jioolted, 1st. That the church accept ' and Pigs, 1 set of Blacksmith Tools, Wc are too busy to give a full list of our immense Covington, Mrs. J. W. Zaring, Allen, the resignation of Elder Timberlake such as we have been sell & stock, but assure you that anything you may seed Wagons, Harrows, Cultivators, double you can Sad at our new quarters. H. Zaring, L. Schlegel and family, Jim Jloolved, 2d. In tho lesignation of and single Pious, Com Planters. Mow ing at Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. Pottu, Buford Gormley, R. S. Taylor Elder Timberlake the church has lost a ers, liintldrs. Cutting Box, aud all other implements necessary to conduct a huge and Joe Tevis. They report delightful faithful exponent of the Word. 1 larin. i win also sen some Hay in tho entertainment and most cordial hoe- - Jloolved, 3d. That this church reconi' ESTThese are prices that you can't, afford to Overstack and the growing corn crop pitahty. mend our brother to any church with' DAY TELEPHONE 7. On personal property, all sums of 10 look when you intend buying, and everybody knows NIOHT'TBLEPHONE 7. In a beautifully written account of out a pastor as a fnithful preacher of and under, mubt be paid in cash; for what a means at sums above $10 purchaser will be reby the funeral of Mrs. S. V. Rowland, the Gospel. quired to give note with approved secufowZwd, 4th. That the benedictions the Danville correspondent of the rity, payable January lbt, 1S99, with Wiea the City Make Your of this church shall follow him in his Stanford Journal, we find the-- e items interest from day of sale. labors wherever his lot may cast. of especial local interest: "The funerWith J& All persons havlngclalms against J. Speed Smith,') al .service by Dr. Green, aasisted by J. C Adams will present them, properJ. C. Chenault, ly verified to the undersigned, nt the Rev. Jasper K.Smith, of Richmond; the Thos. Thorpe. J Madison National Bank, at once. i) grave was literally covered with flowers. to the said J. C. Adams May Xhe God of consolation and pityMOST PERFECT MADE. , will call and settle with the undersigned MAIK AUD BROADWAY, ing k'Ve comfort and sustain bee family at once. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. r Tte CWkfer, Tk Furii&r, Tk.Slwer, Tke Matter. Mr. George Holt fnm Ammonia, Alum or any other aduHw-i- Fm Lexington, Ky. in this hour of sore trial. The fellow- JS ly ptt-i- f hfc illative attwdwl tb kwralMr. asdMkwXora. Jtekett were manied sept7-t- k Assignee ' 49 YEAR THS VTAWMMt The Richmond Climax. Printing Hukst-Mahaff- ey The Reduction of Values , S: HicKS-McCoLL- Dii 7 DEATHS. .V MintvU Factor' fiplHPi 9' w ana w T?T3K? PUBLIC SALE !! iQU&LITY, I -- KKilt xrs At sa r T.f SEPTH, POWER. BE50SAHG3, ,Tl: Sf PERSONAL. STOCK, -- nunc ESend Tdesdaij, Oct '98, ""'SS Faiiijjleiiieiits! ' 4&'S& i i i i piano. 'jjflK. y-- .- ,-- . - -- two-stor- y all-wo- ol ! Organ Ft Waym tit One-thir- d s all-wo- 1-- ... m 22222222222,;,;,,,,,,,,"". :::::::::::::::::::: :.::.:::::::. :;:;: T b, meat-hou- se :' blue-gras- s. " w one-hal- f 1-- sosac ""' "98ac0C9xeeeeeaes8Ge9tt4aies8aee II:::::::::::: !!!!!!!!!!!!!'" Everybody Knov ' w one-ha- lf ...as ..9 3"" - blue-gras- - s. I L i to-d- ay ir ureat blue-gras- s. I CF.Brower&Co '! REUQIOUS. 1-- Mia5Ufflmer CIlearance Sale is & Not Baltimore and Ohio blue-gras- s. Si IS NOW GOING ON. a 3 The 1-- store-hous- e kiihl k 3-- Biggerstaff $ Furniture ten-da- 1-- WE & Oldham, m & 4a ma' 3 At Our Men's Suits QUE YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Mlalws lm Is I m ey k 4& Iking k liydm o Eliza-bethtow- n, rem-esen- One-thir- Knee Pants Suits -- :: one-thir- :: at e, flu I- m at 1 isi) feite, two-year-o- ld Mc-K- eo 7K DR; 81JJSKI93, Our Hats Clearance Sale 1S0illi2ife $ fdtoltiiDg pn JpSsp mtel CREAM fir BAKING ii CF.Brower&Co MARRIED. P0WDIR ted H. - HoLT-BBCKB- rr. Ricmrcmi: J. STRENG, 9f UUULIIUIflfl ? Httftaarters OLDHAM '.I ,-- ji ' as "? &fefc&fc&&fefe&& .- - " " J t .- d ,&. - fla . m of - rHurst& Fow,1 v,:-"-''-.:'l- -i ,,;,,.;,CM-gi- l sutiwonai uusease, requires u conatitu-- 1 J. , K t ,- AyvlVb-AViU- L 'o'ja. I K, '"vnipitiiiif.ji, iirn:t tiflr pttftrr. ;,?--- " ""n"'! 2 . . rf 1 " Ir 1CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT. have absolute contral of eighty-seve- n gerstafl precinct is putting the roads in counties and the Republicans of thirty-tw- fine condition. In other words, under the old The tobacco crop in this section is all election law, which makes the County housed and doing fine this delightfnl Judge. County Clerk and the Sheriff tobacco weather. the returning board to canvass and One of those phenomena in nature count tho vote the Democrats have these which attracts attention at this season Dim officers in eighty-sevecounties and of the year, is to be seen not far from the Republicans in thirty-twIJEESWAX-202- 5e. counties. here. Several cherry trees are in full TrtE REASON WHY. Now we appeal to any fair man if an "WOOL Clear grease wool, 1613c; bloom and have been seen by a number election board on which the Democrathurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. Mr. II. A. Somers, the able editor of ic aud Republican parties are represeu of people. Old citizens say it predicts CHEESE Country, 10c. Jay Ell Ess. On Thursday, Sept. 2!. ' the Klizabethtown News, champions ted is not a fairer board than one that a hard winter. TIMOTHY the Goebel election bill in the follow- is composed entirely of men of one T WILL on the CLOVER above day orf. r DOYLESVILLE. 1 lie sale, on ing unanswerable editorial. Iu lS9o", political party. It is most certainly a od, the premises, at ' BLUE GRASS 50 my farm of safeguard against fraud instead of an Goc; extra clean, 6075c; fancy clean, Mr. Somers was Chairman of the Democratic State Campaign Committee, instrument to perpetrate fraud. Gen Black of Red House, came over pure seed. $I?1.35. and it goes without saying that he 'The Election Commissioners are tho 10th. to receive a lot of cattle which NEW POTATOES 4050c; "speaks by the card" in the assertions given the power to appoint the officers he had previously bought of our far BACON 810c. he makes: instead of the County Judge. They mere. HAMS Situated about 0 miles from Le "Every little Eepublicau convention sre governed aud controlled iu this powLAKD-78- 3c. Mr. & Mrs. Melvine White of Favette by the Richmond pike, it bein.' that is held in Keutucky this year er by exactly tho same law that the county spent few MILLET? .00(3 l .25. days last week with Walnut Hill pike 4 mile from a tion with the former named. A stands on its hind lgs, so to speak, and County Judge was governed by, that is, relatives here. is in grasss; the other in wl . , howls it itself hoarse in denouncing the they must divide the election oflicers Jim Allen's Jokelels Judge & Mrs. Jas.S. Griggs and Mr. corn. It is abundantly suppi . new election law. Not one Republi equally between the two leading politiCynthiana Democrat. lasting water, also larye cist. can in ten has even read the law. and cal parties. They are iequired to take M. F. Griggs, of Garden city, Kansas under usual good farm fencing Vermont went republican, but Arkanare visiting their brother, J. L. Griggs, ing a SUBSTANTIAL TWO - i not more than half of them have educa- the same oatn of .office that the County sas went democratic. Whoope! BRICK HOUSE of S Room tion enough to read it. It is not at all Judges take and they are as much of this place and other relatives. Uncle Tom's Cabin shows now take and Dry Cellar. Outbuildings art- Mrs. Shelby Jett left the 12 for uum, uiick s little Eva to heaven on a trolley. Once surprising that a party that has for amenable to the law for failure or fraud 'lenu., where she will visit and others. servant UOUSe, Ke .; Apple orchard olf her trolley you know where she yeais depended upon sharp practices, iu the discharge of their duties. a corruption fund and fraud to carry "This is practically all there is in the the family of Stephen Jett, formerly of fruit, shade trees over the phu.- -. goes. small woodland pasture. Bmt-relections should become indignant be election law aud there can be no ques- this county. find on examination that I ani i.,r The Louisville Post declares that it cause the Democrats have pa sod a law tion that all this fuss the Republicans Mairied at the home of the brides a good farm. My advanced agv is goinj; to the political woods to gather that will put a stop to their methods. are making about it is that it insures a Father. Mr. Green Jone's in Jackson poor health admonish me to al.t. nuts. It will be apt to find them The law was passed because the Re- fair election and that is not what they county, Wednesday, September 14, 1SS)S. further active business pursuit-- , : t Knott, nut, nit. publicans, with their Mark Hanua want." Mr. W. C. Griggs of this place and my sale. Mr. George Fish back, who Senator Lindsay is at home at Frank corruption fund, stole the electoral Miss RosaJoues The happy pair imme- the place, or Messrs. J. F rrtifort and says he desires above all things vote of Kentucky in lSao. Vetoed By The Mayor diately left for Knoxville. Tenn , where Sons, the Land Agents, will h'..v to be "let alone." Whojs bothering the "When the bill was pending in the Tne City Council of Paris voted to the groom bought a full line of winter place at any time. My terms, given at sale, shall h. rieLator? State Senate the Democratic leaders in accept the propositions of the banks to goods for his btore in this place 1 he liberal. ROBERT J. Kk . The silver republicans of Colorado that body stated that tho necessity of pay 70 per cent of taxes due the citv bride is a daughter of Sheritf Green P. O. Walnut Hid, K. fired lead at each other in the Colorado its passage rested in the fact that the for the years '97 and '9S, in E. Delph, Auct'r. full of all Jones, of Jackson county, and the groom J. au31-tf Springs convention, and one man is vote of Kentucky hud been bought buck taxes, and the order was prompt- - 'li oue of our ui0st prosperous mer dead and several injured. and stolen in 181)0, and would be again ly and pioperly vetoed by the Mayor. cliant:J of tt.ie place, and isau excellent John Slierniaiu seems to be red hot. in 1900 unless such a law was pa.sed to i Miuuiu me city accept only a young man Alger and McKinley would better not pieveut it. Senator Goebel, author of part of what is due it? If from Banks try to make his temperature. Tlieir the bill, staled on the floor ol Uih then how could it avoid that he knew, to his personal with individuals? If the tax is lingers might be frost bitten. Hon. Hiram Tye has been nomina- knowledge, that the electoral vote of is all.due and not a part of it. C;....il, iiuuvc ...,. ivrmen we 1111(1 . STATE OF KENTUCKY, i ted for Congress by the staunch Demo- tie state had been fraudulently countjui.u iuu .!.. h.is :.. Augisi Term. ed for McKinley, and that if ain Madison County Fiscal Court i August H, 1S9S. As Administrator of Terrv whs in rue rans Kentuckian: Perk crats of the eleventh district. We I will disputed his statement he We cannot understand why the want Hiram to do a little better than It appearing to this Court that Madi- - on sell at public sale to the hiijh-s.ood ready to prove it. To this good day of ouncil will agree to give the banks sn county did on the Tye the Republicans. subscribe One Hundred and1 hour no Republican Senator has dared the right to pay 70 per cent, of their IS Gen. Miles declares that he did not to Thousand DoIIas, ($125 000) 24, challenge Senator Goebel's state taxes r '97 and '9S and give them a Twenty-fivto the capital stock of the Richmond, go to Cuba on a pleasure tiip, but at ment. The editor of the News, as receipt it fnllCfor those years, when Xicholasville, Irvine and Reattyville the head and front of an American Promptly at 10 army. His porcelain bath tub had Chairman of the Democratic Campaign every other tax payer is compelled tu. rwuuumi i ompimy , ami that bonds on dence of Terry o'clock, a. m.. at the ate '. fS. Perkins, near Vailt Committee, is in posession of facts pay dollar for dollai or have his home Madison county to the amount of One Ky., the personal property or the late T nothing to do with the case. Hundred and Twenty-fiv- e Perkins, consisting of Thousand that would prove Senator Goebel's sold over his head. The people of Dollars were issued and sold The middle road populists statement before any impartial court. never had and never will again Paris to pay said Household and Kitchen Farnttare, subscription and that Thirhave have already nominated Wharton We know that when the Republican as great a question and one involving teen Thousand Dollars ($13,000) worth Barker, the Philadelphia banker, edi- rommittee got the full returns from ' scuu ooiuis uiive ueen redeemed or A lot of farming implements, cons i' r as much to them, decided by its council-meDump Carts. redemption provided tor and all the seven head ofWagons. Harness, P!o. . v tor and milliouiare. for president and the other parts of the State that a teleof horses, brood man who represent the people, not part interest has been paid or provided youHR horses: four aged males and usr for Ignatius Donnelly for gram was sent from Lexington to a but all the people. The determination up to July 1st, 1S99, colt; two fine young balls. Tearling audit appearing nice yearling heifers; one ftae'aged u Queen Lil will meet the Hawaiian promineut Republican in the Eleventh of this question will be watched with that of said bonds there are still out- of wheat, about S bushels about j200 k f standing bonds to the amount of One Congressional district that it must give interest by the commissioners at Hilo to present corn in field : about barrels of old n especially Hundred and Twelve Thousand Dollars ' Terms liberal and made known upon the new territory. The 14,000 majority for McKinley. When since the banks have always fasalt. been ($11,0J0) issued for said purpose commissioners appear to have Hilo that telegram was sent we had full re- vored by the laws, and now because that said loads are all now subjectand W. L. CRUTCHER, to Perhaps the Queen can get Jack and turns from every county in the Elev- the law is against them they and desire call, per are bearing interest at the rate W. P. Prewitt. Auct. dmin cent tier milium navahlp ..ciiii. septll-2the game. enth district except Leslie, and wiih that this Council transcend all its pow of 5 annually, the question of calling in said that liberally estimated, McKinlev's ers and rights and give, yes, donate to bonds and issuing , When the corner stone of the new and substituting court house was laid at Lexington, majority was 10,3oC. After that tele- them money justly due the city . How therefor new bonds of Madison county. Monday, a gentleman deposited in the gram was sent the figures were in-- c and why this should be done we can Kentucky, not exceeding the said amount of $112,000 having been preesed from day to day for four dajs not see. Why not let the Bourbon receptacle a check for $1,000. SomeCir Court and the Court beday that will be just likefiiiiiiiijruioiie, until the majority was maiie oer cuit Court decide for what years the sented to this of ing advised is the opinion that con14.000. only it won't bo. banks owe and how much they owe. siderable money may be taved to Mad- - From my place on the Summit, a b'.ai k weight pounds. ; .,, , wa the outrageous steal, render- Does any m.e think the banks would s .11 county uy calling m the said out- A liberalabout 2S or "It Jamaica is bound to bo annexed to reward wi'I he paid for ininri' . standing bonds and issuing and g leading to recovery or rtturn of umr ed possible by Mark Hanna's comi-tio- n a.'ree to pav 70 .per cent, for '97 somebody. The island is now trying and '9S septll-2there for new bonds of siiid iouii-tJOHN F. WHITr fuud and the outr.igeous violation ifthdv had a chance or a ghost of a Canada. The United States might not exceeuing One Hundred and of the law oy the Republican county chance to escape from all of it? look with favor upon the island but Ni, twelve Thousand Dollars ($112,000) the for the fact that we have too much judges in refusing toppoiiit Deniociat- - its a donation they want, pure and amount of the present outstauding bonds, to be in denominations not ginger now for the size the water- lceitcuou omcers, mat made tlie Goe simple than $00 nor bel election law a necessity to secuie a Let the people show their representa- I'uj.iuie uc suciimore than $1 000, aud melon crop. time within less All persons knowing themselves election and to prevent a repeti- tives, the Couucil, where thev stand. than eight and not exceedingnotfort mdrhu Already 144 applications for pen the t)r M. Foster. the tion in I'JOO ot the frauds or IfeJKJ. ears,iis this toiirt may hereafter prior and estate ofsame late onceJ. or accounts and of course the Council representing settle at sions have been filed as an outcome "ihis is the reason the Republican the people will only do or try to do to the issue of said bonds think proper. placed in the hands of an officerM.for LalU. , of tho war with Spain If all the boys MR. J. FOsTFK are squealing tike stuck pigs. Ti.e their will Let the people say they lhe said4 bonds to bear interest not exseptI4-ldinr wnose health was permanently ruined ceeding percent per annum, payable know the law putsastop toilieirfrauds. want dollar for to be sold at not less" than dollar on all obligations by Republican mismanagement of camps get pensions the stamp tax li tiny were actuated by impartial due the city, and nothing where noth par. is It therefore ordered that this Court motives, why don't thev denoui.ee the ing is uue, and then no man can comwill know no limit. election law of Ohio passed by the plain, for that is simple justice aud re- will on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, IS9S, enter an order calling in and diThe Hon. Mordccal Williams has in liepubhcau party and largely recting the Commissioner of the sinkalter gulates all the transactions of man. timated to a friend that he is making a which the Goebel election bill vu ing fund of said bonds to mil n. nil ..r "still hunt." That won't do, Mordecai. framed? Why don't the. denounce For Sale. said bonds on January 1st, 1S99, and Nob an electric batteiy or will at said time, Get out on tho stump or it'll cost ou tho election bill of a similar I have 2,000 sheep and 200 head of 4th, 1S9S, order that new on October Not a mybterious or miracunature pro bonds to the $25,000. This is a campaign of shut up posed by cattle for sale, at low prices. the Republicans in New lous cure; amount of $112,000 be issued and sold put up. Speech is free silver, sileuce York State? The partv that stole t. e Address, as nerem Detore indicated. But one based on Nature"-- , Fkank Rook, is greenbacks. It is further ordered that jy20--tf Piebidency iu 1870, and captured ii in Merrietta.Ga. contemplated action in this Court's immutable laws. The Louisville Times advises a cor 1890 by a $20000,000 corruption fund this matter be published in the Richmond CuitAxand Beneficial alike to the infant respondent to address Hon. Benjamin j and by the intimidation of emplov es, CORRESPONDENCE. Richmond Register, two newspapers of and the octogenarian. Butterworth, commissioner of pensions, is not seeking a fair election, but buch Madison county, Kentucky, for atleast thirty days before October 4th, 1893, and Washington, D. C. As Mr. Buttei-wort- h election laws as will enable them VALLEY VIEW that further notice of this Court's con- PARALYSIS. has been dead for several to thwart the will of the people. The templated action in this bond matter Mayor's Office, Newark, X. J., Ot m mtlis it was thought he had probably Democrats hao blocked the game in Richard Taylor of Lexington visited be given by printed posters setting 10. I8SU Dear Sir: I have sutlered for changed his address. Kentucky, and that is what makes lorui sucn contemplated action posted than his parents last Friday. at the five most publie places in each more side. aIyear with naralvsis of tl The conspicuous figures of the war are them froth at the mouth and rave about right had very little use of mv Mrs. G. A. Roy is visiting the parents VOtinCT precinct of Madisnn rmmK-- right arm and could not democrats Joe Wheeler. Deey and the Goebel bill. put it to thV Kentucky, for atleast thirty days before back of my head. remSchley. Fitzhugh Lee started tha ball "As was stated in the outset in this of her husband at Indianopolis, Iud. I October 4th, 1S9S, and this notice shall edies, but found no tried several reh-permanent Mrs. A. F. Bryan, is spending a few be given by publication of this entire rolling with the matchless reigu in article, not one Republican in ten has until I tried the Electropoise. I Cuba, but was shelved for political rea- ever read the election law or is at all days with relatives and friends, at order in the said newspapers for four using it now consecutive weeks and for at least it has improved for two months andI sons. The democrats did the fighting acquainted with its provisions' The law South Point, Ohio. me thirty days before said October 4th, cheerfully recommend wonderfully it to all sufferand the republican administration provides for the appointment of three Mrs. Mary Tacke and Mrs. Sarah 1898. and by copying this entire orW ers from paralysis. Yours trulv, Election Commissioners in each county. Jones of Lexington, visited starved the American soldiers. in printed pnsteis in the mannerabove the family indicated, for JOS. W. STASSBURY. at least thirty days nrior Admiral Sampson will get $40,000 These Commissioners have been ap- ot w.ii. h. Kanatzer. Write for 112 page WustraUd-booklto October 4th, 1S9S. Fr . pointed and we have not heard from a prize money out of the sinking of Ad Luther Saunders and wife visited the A Copy Attest: Dubois & webb, miral Cervera's squadron $20,000 a shot single county in the State where they lafter's parent?, Mr. J0S1T P. "WHITE, and Mrs. Wm. Tay513 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Kv. lliere is nothing so sublime in naval are not spoken of as entirely fair and lor, Sunday. Clerk Madison Count"- Fiscal Court. sept-6history as the arrival of the New York representative men. In many counBy Tnos. Thorpe, D. C. Protracted meeting began at Bethel sept7-4- w. on the scene of action after all the ves- ties ever the Republicans have been christian church Monday night. Rev. sels were at the bottom of the sea. forced to admit that tho men selected W. C. SLIMER.-.JOHOSHAL. Sampson was determined to get there are above reproach. The Commercial 0. J. Young will conduct the services. GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION. has acknowledged that to be a fact The protracted meeting conducted by if it took all summer. I A verdant contemporary refuses to about the Louisville commissioners. In Rev. 0. J. Young at Antioch christian 1 Fall &t of Six ffu 2emwil Fpoow Ibsolitelj free to every instance where the Republican church closed last night. There was Ererj Fimilj ii tin raited Statu. receive Henry Wattereon back into the committee has recommended a man he not as many additions as In former years, i,..Uu ,jony uinesa iie carries tne has been appointed ??rsixyd.ay?'lTe'11&iTe absolutely without a as a commissioner, but a renewed faith in the Master set of six War Memorial Spoons to Chicago platform in his hip pocket. us a cash order for sendlnK Furniture selected from nnrti- Tho verdant contemporary of course una in consequence tne board in every was manifest among His followers. SI??2.1 county in the State, except seven, is Rev. Young is an earnest preacher in b0 tor " or Jljboo. does not remember that Mr. Watter-so- n This means thalwu'rp mn.in jj c..ui sewed up his pistol pockets when composed of two Democrats and one the cause of Christ and much good has and names to our list of permanent customers! tZ "Clnui"'rate mat STOCK Tilden was counted out. The only way Renublican. So that it can be said that been done, which will redound to the wtOJSefa?toryf0I'ftlrniture- -itpaysto send This cost ns thousands of dollars and glory of God and add a star in Bro. make to get the Chicago platform near xMarse in every countv in Kfintnch o ns thousands of friends. ?c,sp?.?n l3 ?f a oUtercnt Henry's hip pocket is to spank him lican will see the vote counted, and Young's crown in eternity. SALESMEN, S. Battleships, including the design Four U. "Maine," Solshould tho Democrats desire to commit About 80 people partook of a bounti- diers in Camp in Cuba, and Morro with it. fraud it could not be done. Under the ful birthday repast at the home of W. These spoons are not the cheap Castle. kind Murder by mail is the fad. Since two old system Union at S1 ietYards, the county board that can- H. Kanatzer last Friday, the occasion aa3tt?,t?,st coin silTer Plate -on They are a base of women at Dover, Delaware, were poi- r owvcrinonowgxaae Drass). They 4.111 vassed the vote was composed entirelv being the fortieth anniversary of Mrs. and .become priceless heirsoueu oy canuy sent from Sail Francis- of Cincinnati, O. members of the one paity. Under Kanatzer. May many birthdays come loom for future generations. Send for a copy co, assassins have been hard at it trying Commission charges. are $3.00 ter car to get in their deadly work through the the present political complexion of our to her with hpalth and prosperity. QUAKElt VALLEY MFO. CO.. lor nogs, sue per head for cattle. county officers the Democrats would Hamon Million road overseer for Big W WeSt Harris51 SL, Chicago. Reference Western German Bant,. Cincinauelt? postoffice. The most dastardly deed yet committed was the mailing of a flask of poisoned whiskey. Nobody, eveu a Reported every Tuesday at noon by prohibitionist, could afford to let a snap E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and like a bottle of rum go through the Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. mails unsampled, and there is danger of killing sonit of the best people on EGGS 10c cash ; lie in trade. earth. BUTTER-Cho- ice country, 1015c. lmoiid Produce Mel. o. PUBLKSALE! vuunij Grass Farm. n o SEED-S1.60(gS- l.60. SEHD--$-.75$3.5- 0. . SEED-Strlpp- , lOgr-Ilc- 1 -- . 1 - Eliza-bethtow- n. - r - -- D-- i. i tnlNOTICEl ' e Administrator's Safe! n- v f- - Saturday, Sept. '98. of-th- e n vice-preside- i hi-o- I'd-clam- s tax-paye- rs, n , t- Lost sulisu-tutip- y, Ie-- s Creditor'sNotice . w iir semi-annuall- y tectropoise. to-w- it: f hav.-bee- n et - m. HN Slimer &Hosha LITE u..i. adver-tie?.n?ve- ly Stock """ nr nati, Ohio. septr-l- y t. .SfsBfc t tne growing corn crop .. iln I TlfAtrtvtr nil DUUIS mniBtrricit-Euim- j tHiy-iir-mc- n j (MA VI ..-- . hSlook meSS'iU'jJ hl'tCC5TOutJ JtitrcwnMi.mrowr -1nivinff,'-vhn'deVerviw- 3 x- -' v ..- '- -k -, ' &k-vf- & " - it " ' - neT , - - 4. a - ." r''" SW5S? c 3 41 t? - 1. - - . c W--' ?- -' lel K"KHVK"9BC M'Ml' RllJ i" 1 l'VJi'Ni && ivi KBNI K4iS"ll R smi! TFEDt i 1 a More than twenty million free samples of DcAVitt's Wilch Hazpl Salve have been distributed by the manufacturers. What bettt-- r proof of their confidence in it's merits do j 011 warn? It cures piles, bump, scalds sores, In the shortests bpaco of time. Douglas & Wells. There were fifteen starters in the Massachusetts, Grattau Boy's wonderful race. Chronic Diarrhoea Cared. slsJr SkmW?'? 8 1 UR CASTLE! pa- - 3rou Mir n 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. ESf It will to examine our goods and get our PRICES before birying elsewhere. Style, Quality and Price Guaranteed. i One bottle of Chamberanything. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me sound and well. J. B. Gums, Fincastle, Va. I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve years. Three bottles of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy S. I. SHAVifn, cured me. Fincastle, Va. Both Mr. Gibbs and Mr. Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fincastle, Va. They procured the remedy from Mr. V. E, Casper, n druggist of that place, who is well acquainted with them and will vouch for the truth of their statements. For sale bj Perry & Thomas, Druggist, lm Over 100 persons disappear in .London every year without leaving the slightest trace behind. This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea ever since the war. I got so weak I could hardly walk or do THE CAUCUS HELD j THE VERDICT RENDERED! EICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE t$ 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. v 1 I I 55 9 7w ftniiAB & nniAiiT a innniiKif The victories of Hood's Sarsaparilla over all Forms of disease Conclusively prove That it is an unequalled Blood purifier. ?! sk- 207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY. si 4 The demon. Scrofula, DRelieves the itching and burning of salt rheiun, cures running sores, ulcers, boils," pimples, and every othei form nt humor or disease originating in impure blood. The cures by ijood's Sarsaparilla are cures absolute, permanent, perfect cures. They are based upon its great power to purify and enseptM-lrich the blood. m It conquers r This sale will last for 10 daTs and each and every item sold during the 10 days 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. One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 at 3 cents per yard, former price 5 cents. "We that E. II. Uarriman has bought John II. Gentry. is said It in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out The Richmond Climax. MMtVY sr.I'T. 21 isns W JUUOWMt4imtCUi)W'UwC -- will bo received f - Robt. Crow succeeds Pevtou AdIIP CLIMAX with the guar- C ams as clerk at the Blue Grass Groi' that it calculation exceeds cery, the latter having resigned to t 'if any ntherpnper publMied C attend Central Univers'.tv. Kiiliinond. C C While you boys have been playing, conp no'n""v"!oo!'''yor(? we have been working working for him Result! rcadv with everything ! Hobson, Dentist. he can want in clothing for fall and Sheep for sale. Seead. winter. Covingtox fc Mitciikli- Hie best smoker, the Proctor Knott Tickets to Louisville via R. N I. & B. September 20th, to 30th, limited for it MidkiiT paint and trim your return to October 2nd. at rate of one mavll-Cmi,jjfare for the round trip, account of Protracted meeting io going on at IxuiovilIe Fair and Driving Association. rlade church. Miss Tempie Oldham has removed K.iilard & Dunn shipped three car to the store room recently occupied by s if Mock Satuidav. her, but for the past thiee months occunne to us for the best overall for pied by the State Bank and Tiust Co. cents. Covinotox &Mitciii:m.. wheie she cordially invites the public . MidkilPbline of buggies before to call and see her beautiful display of fall and winter hats. Miss Cramer, of Inly. All work guaranteed. Cincinnati, the well known trimmer that assisted Miss Oldham last year, r . Mr. Faulkner, of Lancaster-and remain heic arh at the Second Presbyterian will arrive this season. on Sundav. Acquitted of Murder. have tin hot and cheapest road e Shelton Chambers, the slayer of on the market. in a tragedy thatoccurred Johnson, S. L. Midkifk. a year ago in this city, was acquit round trip 10 Lexington, via ted of the charge of murder in the cir Sept. 10 to SO, good returning cuit court last "Wednesday. ot. 1M, account of races. Fine Peaches. nil ami sen the greatest eight Mr. Green Lowry, of Xewby, preevery shown m Richmond. sented the Climax with ten of the COVIVCJTOX it MlTCllKM.. finest peach we have eeen for many t cr New by, aged sixty, a Val day, the total weight of which was Bettie Jor- - 4 pounds, nearly half pound to the fanner, and t were married peach. wect fc!::tcen, 'i I I o to-daEu-uen. 1 ' 1 .'rticinentn Proctor Knott Cigar. See advertisement elsewhere m this issue of Davis county farms The law department of Central I'niveisity will not open until Monday, October 3. -- Dr. Goldstein returns to Our City. Dr. Goldsteir, the Louisville optician, who has respectedly visited Richmond, will be in this city Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 29, 30 and Octo her 1st, in the interest of those who have weak, defective or vflliited eyes. The Dr. applies to his profession rj'he Tailors and Manufacturers of our.. patterns to close at 8ic per yard, former price have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. . 6 tween our three stores and will be placed in this suie at prices ranging from 6ie to h'c per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 to ISc per yard. Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold in this sale at 8ic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per ard. We have recently added to our line of imported French Organdies about 300 new styles ( and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the ) fine patterns includod at 19o per yard, former price 25c to 35c Come early to get choice. All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and Machineinade Torchon Laces, Ilamburgs and Embroideries of all kinds, Paris Mulls, Swisses, White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. ( Prices on all other lines of goods we carry ) including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, Mo) tions, Shoes, etc., have been made so low in this 6ale that eaclj and every item purchased will be a bargain You can't go wrong here. We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for 1,000 pieces of Dimitr in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up be- S.V" 6trictly scientific principles and having long experience, is prepared to give hi pa ients such advice as each particular case may require. Glyudon Hotel. Office Hours 9 a. va. to 5 p. 111. Xo calls made. 21-2t Annual Meeting Louisville Association September Driving and Fair On account of the Annual Trotting Meeting to be held at Louisville, September 20 to October 1st, the Southern tickets Railway Co will sell round-tri- p from all stations in Kentucky to Louisville at rate ot one fare for round-trip- ; tickets to be told September 20, 27, 28, 29 and SO, good return until October 2, 189S. This is to be the greatest Meeting ever held by this Association, and all of the crack trotters and pacers will be on hand to make the meeting a most successful one. Call on nearebt Ticket Agent for information. W. H. Tayloe, A. G. P. A. The Visit ol Robert Burns Wilson And Sale ul His Pictures. I CMftes I ate, uo I xxia&e, b I cauce. 4"4--M---44Mf- . t Are the Largest and Most Scientific manufacturers in America. t Clothing' have made the wants of the We As only the best skilled tailors work on our garments, you can depend on our Clothing giving you Lasting wearer a study. ra a -- ( ) Remember, prices named oh ourentire stock of goods for 10 days during this sale will be CASH DOWN" when good are delivered, at all our stores. Now is the time to enlist as a customer-Ware Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry to make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to attend. e Satisfaction. Wiien you consider the fact that we have the LARGEST and MOST EXCLUSIVE ASSORTMENT and that our PRICES are much LOWER than elsewhere, we see no reason why we should not have your valuable patronage for FALL and VINTER MEN'S SUITS. "W W- S - ( ) ) did not intend to hold this sale when we began giving tickets on our handsome Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come early and avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. "We j1Pn HERE IS OUR RANGE OF PRICES T, : v Mi-.-- s u.-.- -' f I i'lir-dav- . Judge Roach's Wife Dead. h.iM'on bauds now a full line of Friends of Judge Ben Roach, of Har Tad buggies, can iages and road rodsburg, will regret to learn of the 1. n- - at lowest prices. death of his wife. The was Miss Mary S. L. MiDKlKH. II (mio in Parrish, daughter of Thompson M. Par ilae Ki I ! .. t n Agi-nt, al? . '!. ou tried the famous Pine rish, of Midway, and was educated at If not try it. Coleman Madison Female Institute and Daughter's College. II. N. I. &B. depot. Tele Nitl4-3- t Shoot It On The Spot. cig-irs- , .M t .! Six weeks ago a puppj bit the little cents. Mil- -' child of policman Satter-fiel- II nana Second, 5 cents. Fred A. llich- ... r. Manufacturer fine Cigars, at Henderson, Ky. Nothing was thoughtof ittheslighthreaskoftheskin Ky. having healed. The child was taken ill liie hulns of the Christian church Friday night and began to haveconvul-.-ion.' tun an lixcurtion from this place which continued until it died. Natural Bridge, Ky., about the firtl Physicians pronounced it hydrophobia. 'JiMMiiioda 10 seven-vcar-old Sept-21-oai d, s. Robt. Burns Wilson, the artist and poetlaureate of Kentucky, will arive in Richmond on Thursday evening, the 22nd of September, with a collection of water colors which he desires to sell under the patronage of the Boonesbor ough chapter ot the D. A. R. Mr. Wilson will exhibit his pictures for sale of Friday the 23rd, in the store-roothe Hotel Glyudon, and Friday evenii.g at 7:30 o'clock there will be an auction, admission free, with refreshments seived at btiiall cost. Mr. Wilson has kindly offered to give to the Boonesborough Chapter a per cent, of his sales to go towards the Boonesborough Monument Fmd and the ladies of the Chapter earnestly solicit the attendance and patronage of the public. The Chapter already has a nucleus for the Monument fund. $100 has been specially contributed bv the chapters, and small sums have been realized at various times by the efforts of the ladies. people of Richmond, The will necessarily be pleased with Mr. Wilson's charming exhibit and we request for him a lull and encouraging attendance. ait-lovin- Five. Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten, Twelve, Thirteen-fifty- , Eighteen and Twenty Dollars. Fifteen, Sixteen-fift3- D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. " r f Vr PURINITURE. y A Wonderful Remedy. 14, 1S9S. Pine-Tar-llon- Lung Irritation g Red House, Ky., Sept. Mr. T. V. Boum.vot, Richmond. Ky. Deak Sin: I wish very much to have the public to know what great banefit I have derived from your Transparent Medicated Oil. A fter suffering about two years with a dreadful throat trouble and was given up by my physicians, who said I was in tho latt stages of consumption. I had lost my voice, could not speak above a whisper for 18 months. Became so weak I could scarcely walk without help. After useing half a bottle my speech returned and I began to improve- - Is'ow I can work all day at anything I please or walk as far as 1 wish to. Hoping this may be a benefit to you in the sale of your oil, I am very respt., is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. Hell'? will euro it, and give Mich strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. 23c. at all good druggists. It LHZZ Tr1TrJT t r r T yT itt y -y -- t w v- v f r AI! r Rev. Dr. MacMillan Retires. Dessie Fletcher. Save 111 ney, we all want to do it. Mr. Joseph, the fat cattle buyer, purI "nit be convinced until you see our chased about 25,000 worth from the i.ue. It will open your eyes. Covixo-t- n following Bourbon farmars the pabt A. Miti-iieliweek: Of John Roseberry, 165 head, Mr. E. C. Nelson, of Silver Creek avcragiiiL' about 1,500 pounds, at $4 Co; went t Frankfort Sunday to make a of Drake Thompson, 37 head, average it. tract for 15.000 barrels for the O. 1 1,450 pounds, at 4.00; of Win. Itenick, C and Carlisle distillery. James Cunningham and W. W. Haley, There will lw an Ice Cream Supper Clintonville, bunches averaging about at High Point School house. Friday, 1,500 pounds at $4.75. - Export Cattle. T.ie proceeds are to get a Dictionary for the school. Coleman Xetf is the sole agent for Knot Coal hi this ciu. Ube im oilier. It is the best that ever come i nn the pike. Telephone 21, U. N . I. septU 3t A U. depot -- Read White & Gibson's ad elseun.rein the Climax. They are al- v.-olfoiing bargains, and bhould fail to read a single one you are hi hi rely the loser. Mis-- Tempie Oldham, the popular Milliner, has opened her store for the fall season, and cordially invites the ladies to call, whether they wish to purchase or not. The R. N. 1. & B. will sell tickets to Ix;xington September 19th, to 30th, AVith .'unit for return to October 1st, at rate one fate for the lound trip, account of Fall Race Meeting. t 23- - Winchester's Street Fair. tin-Pin- e - vs v While Nicholasville has just celebrated her centennial anniversary and "Winchester tomorrow and Friday will give a great "street fair." old Richmond is nuning burnt fingers on the last lair here a yejtr ago. A spectator fell and broke his back and his heirs are suing our Fair Company for only 550,000! When this case is decided in our favor we think a little about celebrating ourselves. Sale ot Southdowns. , Mrs. James Smith has moved her dressmaking department to rooms over We will sell our whole flock ol famous sheep privately until September 22ud. JS9S, in block. If notsold bysaid date the flock will be broken and sold without reserve, publicly, to suit individuals, on Seplember 22nd, 1898, at the residence of C. M. Clay near White Hall, Kentucky, beginningat 11 o'clock A.M. Terms will be made known on day of sale. Cassius M. Clay & Co. Mays-vill- Nell & McSwalu's store, opposite the Glyudon. Sho will return this week from Louisville with many new ideas in dressmaking. Account of Kentucky trotting Horee Breeders Association the R. N. I. & B. will sell tickets to Lexington October 4th, to loth, and limit for return to October 17th, at rate of ONE FARE lor the round trip. Kiss is a nouu that a iiirl possessing even more than the average intelligence is unable to decline. Richmond Pantagraph. The reason is obvious. Make it a Nouns are not declinable. verb and your poiut.will be clearer and bptter taken. Staufoid Journal. HELL(O) We are still here and Belling groceries cheaper than any one and paying tins highest cash prices for, Hides, Wool and country produce. Dry Goods & JNotions in connection. TiruiiMAif Gkoceky Co. Corner Main aud.Cheapside streets. Returned to Richmond. e The Methodist' Conference at very properly returned Dr. George W. Young to the church in this city. e reputation He is a man with and influence, and on behalf of the people of this entire county we feel that we are warranted in endorsing the action of the Conference in returning Dr. Young to this city. Rev. F. S. Pollilt, former beloved pastor of this church, was elected Presiding Elder. state-wid- Bowling Green Gels It. Association, has informed Bowling Green that the Association will hold its annual meeting there. The meeting will bring together all the ctaek dogs of the country, and leading around Bowling Green. The chasers of old Reyuaril in Warren are already bestirring themselves, and arrangements for the entertainment of their Style, quality and workmanship guests are being made at a rapid rate. is taken in consideration In every gar- If tho meeting Is not an event pleas-- . ment of chothing wo bell. They cost antlyTeuicmbercd evtr afterwards by you no more than you pay others for the meeters it will not "be the fault of much inferior goods. Our orguinenfcr the good people of Bowling Green. The is the goods. All we ask is an inspec aisotihg pi the Association will begin tiou. CoiTstnON & Mitchell. :Noreuber pJtli Glasgow feiaiev fox-hunte- Mr. H. C. Trigg, of this place, who is president of the "National Fox Hunters The pulpit of the Second Presbyterian Church is again vacant, and the eighth time in fourteen years the flock is without a shepherd. This church has been singularly fortunate in having had, without exception, some of the hraiu-eand best ministers in that denomination. We can recali.four, Revs. Hall, McKee, W. E. Hamilton, Lapsley and J. P. McMillan. These men and their predecessors stood alongside with the foremost men of their denomination in Kentucky. Of Mr. McKee it is needless to speak. His work and worth are too fresh in our memories. And Dr. Hamilton, dear old soul, now in his grave, was broad enough to love all classes, conditions and sects. He resided opposite the Cemetery and many times he, unsolicited, preached the funerals of poor persons about to be laid away without religious rites, and he organized a mission in that part of town, and preached in every pulpit in Ricnmond, so popular and so zealous was he. His departure from Richmond we shall always regret. His coming was a blessing to ail. And now Dr. MacMillnn and his cultivated family are to move away. A pastor of oue of our most prominent churches remarked lecently: ' At our Union Services Dr. MacMillan's sermons have been the most schorlarly and finished of them all." All his discourses are studiously prepared, and abound with beautiful thoughts, expressed in choicest language. But his chief charm is in his personality, which is the greatest attraction after all in the rural ministry. Dr. MacMillan is one of those magnetic creatures whose breadth of knowledge, genuineness, piety, and gentleness excite in all a reverence for the man mingled with an affectionate regard. His wife is as lovely a character as himself and their gifted daughters are bright ornaments in every circle. The best wishes of the citizens of Richmond and of the pastors and of Dr. MacMillan, follow him to whatsoever field shall be fortunato to have him for a citizen and pastor. st Kentucky Association Running Meeting ington September 19-3- Lex- On account of the Running Races which are to be held in Lexington, Sep- tember 19 to 30, the Southern Sail nay Company will sell from all stations in Kentucky to Lexington, round-tri- p tickets at rate of one fare for the round-trip- ; tickets to be sold September 19 to 30, limited to return October 1st, 1898. With the Races, 15,000 Soldiers and and etc., visitors to Lexington will be presented great attractions. There are to be Military Drills, Prize Drills and Military Races, in connection with tho regular programme, during the Running Races. For information, call on nearest Ticket Agent. W. H. Taxloe, A. G. P. Agt. It is mticli easier to take an interest in furs with the thermometer at GO than when it is at eighty. The best medicine you can take is that which builds a solid foundation for health in pure, rich, blood Hood's Sarsaparilla. It The lack of sympathetic companionship is too often the cause of bitter strile with young married people. The man with a weight on his leg cau't hope to win in the race. A man with a weight on his health can't expect to compete in life and business with those wlib are not handicapped. If his brain is heavy, and his blood sluggish, because of constipation, he will not succeed in doing anything very well. Constipation is the cause of of all sickness. Symptoms of it are sallowness, listlessness, poor appetite, Dad taste in the mouth, dizziness, biliousness, and lassitude. Constipa tion can be cured easily and certainly by the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They are not at all violent iu their action, and yet they are more certain than many medicines which are, so strong that they put the system all out of order. The great advantage of the "Pleasant Pellets" is that they cure permanently. Send 21 stamps to cover cost of mailing only, and get bis great book The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, absolutely free. Address World's Dispensary Meidcal AssociaNo. CC3 Main S'treet, Buffalo, N. Y. tion, The greatest and best test of a man's devotion is during a woman's illness. nine-tenth- a one-cent The ladies Who 1 mt Bargains ead This ? Our Clearance Sale is now on. "We are offering all Summer Goods at Cost. Ginghams, Percales, Madras Cloth, Lawns, Organdies, Duck Suiting, in fact everything in the wash goods line. Also a nice line of Dress Goods at your own price. Please call and see our line before purchasing elsewhere. TTfe 0 1havinF"'"1 OBTAINE "3 4 1 1 f POSSESSION by fe 5i Of rav entire store-roo" reason of the removal of the !Sj Water & Light Office, I now fe$ have greater room capacity pjj than ever for m)r stock of Jft is furniture. The store-rooabout 40 feet wide by 160 feet deep, all in one apartment, and here are shown more furniture and more varieties of furniture than is Bs8 contained under one roof outm, J!l-fl We are also Agents for Butterwick Patterns. if?tv m A Neglected Cold White Tlte Ladies. -- &- cause of disease. clogs the lungs mucus. It strains and breaks don 11 the lung tissues. Dr. Circuit Court. is an unfailuell s Murder cases have consumed tLo ing cure for exugh and colds. It rebuilds the tissues and gives strength greater part of court during the j ast to tho lungs by supplying the blood week. The following cases have been with oxygen. 25c at all hour: disposed of up to press good druggists. It John Nickelson, charged with mule A good forgettery is a desirable propstealing, acquitted. erty, but it sometimes refuses to be culMose White and Blink Ellis, both tivated. colored, breaking Into box car on R.N. DeWitt's Hazel the I. & B. railroad, given two years each largest sale Witch Salve iuSalve hasThis of any world. in tho penitentiary. fact and its merit has led dishonest Irvine Johnson, petit larceny, twelve people to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out for the man who attempts to months in county jail. deceive you when you call for DeAVitt's Bob Perry, colored, Witch Hazel Salve the great pile curs. is It an Gibson. m Good Enough to Take. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey house-breakin- g, two years in penitentiary. Rufus Todd, charged with killing Daniel Little, was acquitted, the jury being out less than an hour. The case of Alex Pence charged with killing Jas. Smith is now before the court. At the hour of going to press the jury had been empaneled and the witnesses were being examined. Douglas Wells. As soon as the fear of moths has sub-ped comes the worrimont about weather strips. & For Children si rer Should be In every family medicine chest and every. traveller's grip. They are Inviluihle when the stomach 1j oat of order; euro headache, blllousneM, and all liver troubles. Mild and efficient. 3 cents. H nni From 6 lo s Pills I the best cough and cold remedy ever Hondiscovered is Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r ey. It is pleasant to take and perfectly harmless. Oue do?e at bedtime stops the cough all night. It is guaranteed to cure croup and whooping tt cough. 23e. at all druggists. locomotive carries from A three to five tons of coal and from 2,000 to 3,000 gallons of water. first-clas- s A Serious Position "For Headache I don't believe there ever was so good The neighbor's ice cream freezer is not quite as much in demaiid in country neighborhoods as it was amonth ngo. 1SL rs a pill as AVer's. of ter- rible headaches, and never found anything to relieve me so quickly as I have been a victim "From the age of six years until I was 19 I was constantly troubled with scrofula. At that time IT learned of the AVER'S PILLS C. L. KE WMAN, Dug Spur, V 99 cures .uuiua, .uiHisra, iiucu- Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Jiasy matism ancnSores. Price, 25 cents.. to take, easy to operate; rolinWe.eiirc Sold by Perry it Tubman, Fustewers toW. - . G. Wkltei 1 l 25centE r' rr.. wouderful curative power of Hood's Sarsaparilla and began taking it. When I had taken' six hottles-- was permanently cured and I am now etrotig and well." Miss Manda litniTON', Oil City, Ky. is that of a person who through neglect of a seemingly trivial cough or cold is threatened by that dread, destroyer of mankind -- consumption Do not neglect a cough or cold, however trifling. It i3 a menace of consumption. Dr. Bell's Pine,;Tar Honey whl cure n e cough or cold in one night and tho lungs agaiust the inception of danger. It Peonlo apparently thiuk the only thing-tha- t will inalto you walk lame is a sprained ankle. fxhil-artat-- Plasien -- CUBAN OIL V.IU9, The finest quality of loaf sugar is The pleasant effect aud perfect safety with which ladies may use Syrup of used in the manufacture of Chamber-Iain- 's Cough Remedy and the roots Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To get the true used in its preparation give it a flavor and genuine article, look for the name similar to that of maple syrnp, making of the Calilornia Fig Syrup Co printed it very pleasant to take. As a medinear the bottom of the package. For cine fbr the cure of coughs, colds, la grippe, croup and whooping cough it is sale by all druggists. unequalled by any otner. It always And now the fly seeks the warm cor- cures, and cures quickly. For sale by ners of the house, keeping itself alive Perry & Thomas, Druggists n for a period of persistent annoyance Gen. Toral, who surrendered Santiago, later on. has arrived at Vigo, Spain The pain of a burn or scald is nlniost instantlv relieved bv applying Cham and Eczema, berlain's Pain Balm. It also heals the I Tetter, The intense itching and smartine Inciinjured parts more quickly than any other treatment, and without the burn dent to these diseases is instantly allayed is very severe does not leave a scar. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases For sale bv Perry & Thomas. have been permanently cured by it. It sept7-lis equally efficient for itching piles and love, the sort a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Heal, chilblains, frost that comes but once and conies to stay, chapped hands, eyes. 25 cts. per bites box. chronic sore is tho right kind aud all others are and counterfeits. Dr. Cadj's Condition Fewdern, are just what" horse needs when in bad One Minute Cough Cure surprises condition. a Tonic, blood purifier and peoplo bv its quick cures and children rermifuge. not They may take it in large quantities with- medicine and the bestare use food but a in It has won for horse in prime condition. to put 25 out tho least danger. Price itself the bestTeputation of any prepar- 3ents per package. for colds, croup, tickation used ling in the throat or obstinate coughs. Chinese rioters attacked American Douglas & Wells. and French missions at Ho Chau, burnThe pianoorgan is never so fully ap- ing the latter. preciated as when it comes up to the Truth wears well. People have porch of a country house for removed learned that DeWitt's Iiittle Sarly Risers are reliable little pills for from 6uch city luxuries. the bowels, cu'rinjr coustipatloB Krw Wan of Him. Made a and sick headache. They don't gripe. Douglas & Wells. Bryan, Ohio, Jan. 13, 18U7. had been A. Cuban inventor ol dynamite gun .Gentlemen: For years Suffering from indigestion. Had a poor appetite and could not eat anything was probAbly fatally injarett while test containing grease and nad constantly a ing his machine ob States Island. worn out feeUncr. Alter using three HWf AMTEA cam Dr?W 50e bottles of Dr."Caldweir.M Syrup Per- : CatiftteH mk(Imb Bin Lam nowablo to eat anything my appetite craves and canpay ithae made fWtMfl. jUgaUMw'tiwIiwr. a new man of tn. Kli .Bowqh. Br li: W, rc.' 15 wpt-lm Middeltea. 13. sept-7-liSalt-Rheum m to-da- y m Conseside of Lexington. quently, I can show you anything you want and can sup- raj ply your needs. T invite attention to the mammoth display windows; in one is a set, in the complete other a ful dinning-roooutfit. This exhibition IS worth seeing, whether you desire to buy or not. Every-- 1 thing kept in a first-clas- s bed-room m H m metropolitan furniture store. NEVILLE MOBERLEY. HI regu-latin- i? Successor to J. S. Collins. I gSTThe undertaking department is complete and in charge of Mr. Milward Krownv a fraduated embalmer and experienced funeral PHONE J23.'S - Fri,te. siht.20 - 7 ? t S 55, ,- ".i iA - ij-- - ' CItL VJS 6k& Sym-- z -- J' 5? I! lv ' r-eVj -- ? A, - 2rj!jTs '""-Jb&edig- , d- - '-- -- ?,A s i 'J W The Grsve Responsibilities of the Assessor and His Deputies. " - ?r r - "' - I Frukfert & Gfadinii Efaf. Bjn. 6 39 6 43 6 51 7 01 " 0 Effect May 1, 1S9S DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. lln i.plfe JhKM EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF HGS is due not only to the originality and. simplicity of the combination, bat also-tthe care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Stem-Conly, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the penuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by theCALiFOKNiA. Fio Strut Co. only, a'knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding- the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio SrRCP Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of o. - I KA3T BOUND. Lve Frankfort KJkhorn. Switxer. Stamping Ground 44 ... Dnvalls 44 Georgetown. Lve Georgetown .. Arr Newtown... 44 Centreville 44 Elizabeth. 44 p.m. 3 CO 3 30 S 12 3 48 3 ! 4 (6 ( 15 4 42 4 12 4 IS 5 10 . "20 j JO 8 II S40 Paris.- - . .. WEST BOUND. 8 22 8 28 5 Paris, Boarbon county, first Monday. Madison connty, first Mon.Richmond, day. Lexington, Fayette county, second it Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- ar Thev do not comolain of day. Jf anything in particular. They eat enougn, but Keep tnm ana . Georgetown, Scott county, third Mong" pale. They appear fairly well, x day. K,if t,oif rt Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. y &SUt. IJHTb UU cfrrnrrtVi 3lwlWI You V cannot say they are really Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third County CMirl Bays.' Delicate i Children T Tninii.imnnmiwKtiwi 5 ms rOTSxC3x M Wo were present at the swearing in one of County Assessor Thomas O. Curry's deputies, last week. These dcpuiiesare, John Curry, Kirksville; T. J. Potts, Million; Martin Green, Bed Honse; and H. K. Mellon, College Hill. . Lve Paris Arr Elirabeth 44 Centrevitle 44 Newtowru 44 . Georgetown Lve Georgetown Duvalls. Arr 44 Stamping Ground. 44 44 44 . . a.m. p.m. 5: j 20 32 38 . 98 10 00 10 40 10 56 f 548 THE 5 r8 6 OS 6 SO 6 11 6 48 6 59 06 Swiuir Ellhorn. Franklort 1110 . . 11 25 U 35 11 55 7 'JO C- - D. BEBCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. ...... I 00 -- 5! o H o 3 2 S c 2 B 2? 2 " Es a: ? 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To Wngbt Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. 2?. Iirfdelton, druccist, and used them for The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti Memphis and Ntw Orleans, has niadeit "Easier pation and found that they cave me im Than Ever'" to reach all points in Arkansas, mediate reliet every time. 1 think it an Texas, Mexico. Arizona and California The splendid train mict with which the Illinois excellent remedy. Of Slielbyville, EAST BOUND. 9 IS nm Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 m Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 23 n Washington Express AeeoBKBodatmn trains ran daily except Scn-daOther trams ran daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent call en or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W BARNEY. D. A. O A O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. D v. sYRUP 'CURES DR. CALDWELL'S INSTIPATION.I PEPSlN B GEO. W. RH.EV EASIER THAN EYER, Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Liwited." is e juipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned tOTrftorv. The CeHtral is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cirs and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the ?onth, also a weel.ly I'ullmin Toulst Cartor California, Lve 9 Yours very truly, Geo. W. Rilev. - Arr Memphis Friday. Arr New Orleans Fridav Lve NewOrleansFridaj Arr Houston Saturday Arr San Antonio Saturday Arr Jflpaso sundav Arr Los Angeles Monday Arr San Francisco Taeiay Laiville every Thursday 9 25pm 8 18am 7 45pm S 20pm 8 4".im 45pm Z 45pm 9 2ipra 5 15m ITBUKNSGAS? ' The New Acetylene Gas Bicycle Lamp. No Tin k Tkt Trv Wukr Cult U fiMrtu. f'ora SOOT, Parties devirin? to make a comfortable trip to th terntory mrntioned will do well to comPasstn-ger municate with R H. Fowler, Traveling Agent, Louisville. Ky. Wm. Alfikd Kellond, A G. P. A., Lonisville, Ey A. II. Hanson. O P. A., dec29-l- y Cl.icago, 111. J w SKOKE, GREASE DANGER nor R. N. I. & B. R. R. Time Table Xo. :u Takinc Effert Monday, May 2, IttiS. EAST BOCVD. "sal8y miMiu.nniti... w. ,,Av uu ii &,amp. It can't jaror blow No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A.M. 10 22 II 02 11 26 11 41 11 58 1st ClassT JfO. 1 1 No. 3 2d ClassT & ABSOLUTELY Versailles Nieholasville VaHey View Million Richmond.. Union Meberley.. llrassfield. Panola P.M. 6 52 8 00 8 13 8 30 A.M. 5 30 6 43 8 20 8 60 9 15 10 10 10 10 11 00 05 25 40 35 . 7 35 Light costs of n rent nn hour. Throws a clear, white lieht 100 fret ahead. Send for circular and learn about th Greatest Bicycle Lamp of tie Tear From yocr dealer C . -- , . or ent epaid.'or j .... 4'4-.W- P. M. 12 12 12 12 13 16 30 35 1 05 . .. BADGER BRASS MFG. GO. KENOSHA, WIS. jly6-6- Irvine WEST . . BOUND. . Irvine 8 No. No. 2 No. 4 ExSun.ExSnn ExSunExan Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. A. M. P.M. P. M. A. JI 10 "No. iliWon I'inoVa Ilrassneld Moberley Uuien Riehmend 200 11 230 2 41 6 OS 2 35 51 1 or, 1 20 1 45 VaHey View Nieholasville Versailles 620 G3I 6 58 2 47 3 15 330 500 3 45 4 10 750 2 15 3 Oil 3 25 4 SI 6 111 FARM 1FORJ The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at A.M. P.M. P.M. P. M. All trains conn.-c- t with Louisville Southern trains to and frvui Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. JfcT. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. o AJLii one-thir- m rASTTtorNn. WHITE'S RAILWAY. 1, I STATION, on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison ON KENTUCKY) county. 1808. Nan. Schedule lu rfTrct May Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar, Louisville.. Shelby vllle Ijt'rraeeb'g . Versailles Leaicgtoi "1Vh?HIOPMI. Lv LexinctnJ Ar ei4lles. . Ar I'renreh'g Ar i3holb3-viHAr Loul.vilk: Trains Nos. 1. 2. 5 and Chair Cars. c 4.05pm 7.45pm Stft.'ara 5.SSpm 9.07pm 6.30pm V;m laifiam BJCpm lOOOpa !U45am usjpra lasrrm 8.1imm 5.05pm 5.27am K35am a.3imm Sk45sm PJTTam 6 ltpm 6.23am la.T.Amj 7.50pm 70a m 6 carry Sal 7 bm No. 5. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. .TERMS Sale will be made d cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address No. 4. No.6. Ka.: 7.4iam 4 40pm Geo. D. Vvhite, feb3-tf White's Station. Ky. V Free Obserra-tio- n kVRUPINDIGEST'ON. 11 FEPSlN CURES V DR. CALDWELL'S rASTBOfJCD. TfESTBOnSU Ixiul-vllA- No. 12L'No- - It. Nn. IJ.IN0. ll.i FTATIOSS. 'Ja-piifipml r Lv ia5am Uom Ar arodsbgAr 4.40pm &25am tipm 14LI3om Ai iItrncbrgAr 5.25pm' 7.35am :.m 7im WESTBOUKD. EASTBOCKII. !No. 16. 4No.6S. No. la. It No. 67.i KTATIOKS. .n.pra 7 Jtiam L Loulsrll Ar 10.55am Jtr$m ft.38pm KW-- m Ar Shelbvll Arl 87am 6. jm (tliim 10.16am Ar Ver&lles Ar; 8.05am 4.15pm ;.l5pm tl.luum Ar Midway Ar) 7.45am 3.38pm 7.45pm i2.tSpm Ar 'Jeorgtn Lvl 7. 15am 3.0Um EA3TBOUNIJ. WESTBOUND Low Rates TO .Cincinnati I Very low tNo. itNo. tltNo. 2. 7,um LU5pm Lv Louisvil Arl 10.55am 7jpm UL22am 62pmLv Vtrnlles AH 70am' 5.ttTm ILCiiru 7J5pm Ar Nichlrlll Ar 6.58am 4.10pm 8J0pm vr ItichmndLvi 6.05am 3.lorm 1.05pm' . . . Ar Irvine Lv ... .. i 2.00pra STATIONS. No. I. I No. Lv LouUvtlle. T.40am 7.45pm Ar Lexington. 10.45am 10.35pm Ar Knoxville ... 8.15pm' 7.45am Ar Asbcviile... . 5.10am LISpm . Ar Savannah 5.iosm 5.7" BTATIOSS. i -1 rates will be In ef-- j lect tram all points In the t Boutn to Cincinnati andrs. j 1 torn via the Queen A Cres- - i 1 centRouXe andlts co onset- - j i In lines during; ths t Q.A.R. til NstionatEaeaBpaeBtl Sept. 5th to 10th, 1898. Tickets will be on sale! Sept. 3rd to 9th Inclusive,. gooarcturnlmr Sepuath. I Extension of limit to Oc tober 2nd. can be secu try daposltlna ticket Joint Asent. Call on tout J Ticket Affent or writs fori xuu lnlormntlon to 71nK CrtT, Mrvlca lnxha fianth. Thmnli A Pullman. sleeieTv en hiudimiui 'i rfiAUritilMl r trtLlna v,,rt il.nw a xrom jacKsonniie, Bevannan,! 1 suiiiiM. uoiubbii, Macon, HBlrmlnshsm. Karldlnn r.z . . I unnm, Asnsviue, JUioxTUle. . n.TT...n T.J,.,i.w .An through to Cincinnati without chancs, Tlathe famous 1 Tfm-w--. FOR THE FAMILY. FOR COSSTiPATIOH. Tomorrow these gentlemen begin their I ' I tike nlftiiire In nraUIni M 1 ,,nJ at a t " ".i.1""" work. Gentlemen, you have assumed X wltliuut uoicntiil or Hit, LOo CATHARTIC and ror wbolo family reccintl relief lwep. Cbrumc me In ihlilmit,' r luiutipation grave duties and responsibilities. from Iho first small box we tried. e "'" jnn p!iCTd C2rta!nly racomucnUCVJ .MILTS fur cuuu.'ion I am evcrtliloz 1 hurd I.?ctinincr ic tlto nfli tn vcYiinl vrm r but nrcr found mr relief unui I the curca liicy i.iaLc anil tm.t the Trmflailaplaci'lnrvcrTlioinc Yours bcrau uoinj t AiLAUttS. I n w have solemnly subscribed, we remarked at lorKuere 1 l'rrcn Wees. Jr.. Irutuubvl'jtlHTepanarcsadT a d i I 1'olm OroTe ArclIcKccsport, Pa- : sick, and so you call them irlwa. ri.Ul would Jo j the time "if you stick to that oath the Monday. cu.li luuTcraent it I. Kic ei0fir ucharclitr ' AYUER L. Hcsr. delicate. FOR CHILDREN. property of Madison county will bo as issf UuhcII St.. bctrcit Mich. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Whatcan be done for them? I hnll never be without sessed at $40,000,000 instead of only $7,-FOR BILIOUSNESS. Monday. Ur OA.SCAUFrs. wben f children are is the same that jt 500,000. Appropos of these reflections Our answer alwayjulpIighttMl rive them n norilon of a tablet, and cy for rwc Versailles, woodford county, fourth the best physicians have been j we copy this item from the Messenger, They n'"0 the mo t nlcasant medicine CURE et. Cou dn't do Tilthuut them I hATOcrer tried they hare found a K Monday. giving for a quarter of a cen- - . published in Richmond, Ky., Friday, llarc irsed tlir m Tor lHr time for la ( niacr in inr jiomc. Flag ex.. diT.'ini andbiiua.neMal.Rin w its. Jons riair.kriljciirnl. KerommeB.ltl.ri t October 13, 1SC5, and to it invite the at tury. Give them BoxC3), illchlpanCity, Ind. t. err .j on Owe trM. jon win C0LLGE HILL ULtcrbewitlioetihrntlHtktUinilt I L FOR PILES. tention of the taxpayers as well as as Lrw A.JUi.A16any, ' I ftiifTcrctl the tortnrcn of ? sessors. The item reads: FOR WOFaMS. M&--the damned with protiutiiut, 50c. 25c. DRUGGISTS. In this instance we violate one of our brought on by constipation with 44A tape worn look siiaiu. which I wm itfillctid fur twciiir Oil with Hypo- of Cod-Livmost sacred rules by publishing a letter loniracKa. teaeon elehtcen ftrt ti.e r'enetit.r years. I tan aero yonrCASCAUETi The United States my t una- two '.MKEls Th.in the town of Jfc well, 1., tud uiicr a," phosphites. -It has most re- - n Kentucky, has been District Court, of without the signature of the writer. ai i.aiehanrati.s' r.j Ldheill f. r i round anything to equal tliCio. $ Vow Q Vj 7 li. (ucirtu. ji11k. unitMm m,, i in session for a f 4 r..3P-I am entirely free tromi lies and ttlrte II The article reached this office severa J- - markable nourishing power. j week in Louisville. There are a large feel like a new man " C 11. Klxtz. wortnyot nntuv by irn.it.l?cathartic 11)1 Junes St., Sioux CiOt'1 tople. Clo. W Bowlzs. Daird, Xua. weeks ago, but lack of space has forbid- V It fives color to the blood. It ? number of indictments Against those FOB HEADACHE. brings strength to the mus- - 'i den its publication until now. "Blue FGH DYSFEPSU. EEC cles. It adds power to the Cj who have been trying to defraud tho "Itoth my vIFe uih! inttcir Grass Bill" is the non deplume signed Tor- lx J ear. I nan ntlr-tlu- l haTe bevn usinjr CASl Akint, uud out they are the best medicine voJiac orilyMei.ia lalta form nerves. It means robust & Governmenttakingof Internal Revenue by the writer, and he, they or them could eat notalnit but nint ever had In the house. Last wvclr t :y milk t out license and not tax by not artl at times my .tumaeh woald not wife was frantic with headaeic health and vigor. Even deli- - x 5 n tain .id1 dient even that . are given credit for every word, w?-dajsr she tried som- if your I reporting other lists to the assistant as , CASC.KET.S and they relieved tho XaitU takiae CAWU cate infants rapidly gain in punctuation mark etc. in the article and since tnen pain in her head almost Immediately have teadil n I - 3 3 sessors m dilTerent parts of the state. proved, until I am a well a, t. . e both recoinmen J Cascarcts. flesh if given a small amount J ClIAS. STKDETOCD. which follows: nu in my lite H McaraT, Newark o Give them fits say we. Ho who swiu rittiburgh Safe Deposit Co., liiTtu College Hill, Ky. Aug-- 8, '98. a three or four times each day. x dies his Government wrongs his best rttuimrrh. ra drujgists. 'Z ;ocind$t.oo; S FOR LAZY LIVER. - ,T.!,ls " a '" Ol frlcnfeUn anl appre- J. ;?r-5- : S Editor Climax: ( FOR BAD BREATH. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. rij friend and ought pay the penalty 4'I lutve CA'tEIU CA.iY CITHAKTIC, ti deal with abeen trotihledazreat torpid lier, I see you left this place clean out in "toax T72 ran rcac.h In Some think it shrewd to evade the law, 'l have been iikln? CASCA wjt constipation. I found Ctsi 1CETJ and an a imM and cOcctlvc ASM UKT8 to be all yon claim for them of lA&ciyour special edition of the Climax, so Oirtlp V.SiJ:Xn EUl1' tfcs clrrcticn t out ol :i r.oc ro--rotootherrcanrt- laiative they are simply wonderful : notes and secured .Heh reliet the first trial trie but they will find in the long run that My daughter and were bothcictl ractnrcr address rfAPvg E5"7 A ft3 absoluflT Fltni:, bandthat pnrehased another supply and A WARNING TO DAVISON. w tth sicc stomach and our breath a I jest thought I would rite you up a enameled hnnbou- - Vajjlac SiJe 1 4Si was completely cured. I shall only ery bad. After taking a few doses int in- rh rrutr Khfiwn lirrrwilh. the "way of the transgiessor is hard." ccnainly.'i beautiful snocl- So loo clad to recommend Casearets e m little nuse of this place fer the Climax. of CaMraretj we hare iuiprovxl wonmen of tho l3T0lrr art. THIS m f wheceTcr the opportunity Is i"PtaiC,rijy .r. man who is unwilling to assist in The derfully. They are a (Treat help In i J L lady's drewlrc tahlp. a n handy and convenient receptacle for that fMicclallr n:jHt for a J A bJiTH. (Anderson News.) Thare haint no sal u nes in the town, the family iuielsixa Naghu 939 Sosquehanna Are . 1137 Itateuhou&o St., Cincinnati, Ohio. .uM,b. iihi a..iuuiu uuu iinisiiiiai iiiinr. i dji AHr.i3 Candy laTcariiC- defraying the expense of a government ...i.... Philadelphia, Pa. but et air no extrordunary thing to 6ce When the Hon. Geo. M. Davison, which gives him "Life, Liberty and YOU WILL GE DELIGHTED FOR PIMPLES. two of the boys in a fite. Patriotism Republican candidate for Congrebs the Pursuit of Happiness," ought to be CANDY FOR BAD BLOOD. not only with the fconbnnnlere. hnt CATHARTIC My wife hud iiimplo nu her J with Its cortcnta. CASCAKRTS fM runs high. Three flags liey bin from this district, returns from his so"CASCAKETS do all claimed 2? face rmtsi.u has btren latin? CAS arp so mild, so fragrant, so palatable W w J made to leave it." forthemand are a truly wonderful CA1U.T3 and they hare nil so plcaiant. yet positive In their acmedicine. I have often wished f..r a in the town sence the war journ in the Xorth, after the close of the had hen troubled wlih medicine pleasant to take, and at Assessors, taxpayers, your duty is tion thit they form the only protr constipation forometlntr. hut after lat have found It In CSCARrT" laxative for ladiev children, and the broke loose. All the boys air braggin hay fever season, "when the frost is on plain. taking the nr--t Cacnrcl hxre hid Since taking them my blood has been S honsehold in general Anyone nnable ""'' Bto'ST'"t--5S1 f araft N no trouble with ttb Mlmrnl. We f on Schley. Everybody redes the Cli- the pumpkin and the fodder's in the to obtain direction Mttn as above, by cannot ipeak too highly of purchasing from their rirnirKlsts. send Fnrx w rtm k. n ..oe In utamir max and sez uncle Sam ought to send shock," he will find quite a dilferent How to Look (inoi. and rpcelre a Uermnntown Are. 311 SOc box of CASCAKKT.H with Philadelphia, fa. ....... t.,, amu mmsma v irv r itn BE3EDT CO., UIIllUV, HOMBllU IA1..ILV7 tiihv a waggin load of snaik greece down to state of affairs from what existed two in. i ir Good looks are really more than 6kin Santiago ter kepe our boys from get-ti- n years ago Then ho had a united deep, depending entirely on a healthy yaller fever. One of the old timers party for his support and a di- coiuiuion oi an tne vuai organs, xi tne ID here wants ter know ef the guvement vided Democracy for his antagonist. lier is inactive, vou havo a bilious will furnish funeral expenses besides To day the very reverse is the case. look, if your stomach is disordered, on the thirteen dolyers per month. He A few days ago the editor of this pa- havo a dyspeptic look, if your kidneys e sez he'll let his son go on those con- per had a talk with a prominent are affected, you have a pinched look Republican in Mercer county. In the Secure good health, and you will surely ditions. The annual skule commencement course of the converbation, he said: have good looks. 'Electric Bitters" 'You can tell your readers that Gil is a good Alterative and Tonic. Acts has duu comenced here, and they air goin to have a exerbition, the boys bert will be elected by an overwhelming directly on the stomach, liver and purifies the blood, cures pimples, and gurls air gwiu to resite 'Sheridans majority. There is thegreatest dissatisRide" and 4,Curfew Must Kot Tule Ter faction among the 'boys in the trenches,' blotches and boils, and gives a good ll Win and they are 'not so warm' in their sup- complexion.' Every buttle guaranteed. ABOUT night" port of Mr. Davison as they were two Sold at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Everbody hear sez Joseph Leiter -inte. oO cents is a greedy man that ho must love years ago. I attended the convention buccesors to W. (j. held here for the purpose of selecting per bottle. 5 biskits awful well when he dont want enny one else to hev enny, one nu our delegates to the Danville convention. 1 ''Ring out tho old Ring in the new Wmm o'.e ladies rote ter Joe to send hurSTO.OO went merely as a spectator. I saw perRing out tho fa2s8 Rinz " tie trae " viw sons who hold government positions i i fer the church organ, but she tells mo yu tie 'S The Tate's Creek Baptist Association, S ' NvmW?a-E- $ fw' Pineyp forests t0 Norway new and true from the The fruit of years of experience and hard study i she linz not heerd a word from Joseph as alleged Democrats sent as delegates of Wvj e to Danville, in the place of Re- after one of the most pleasant fin' yit. sessions z!K publicans who have been fighting the in its history, adjourned Wednesday, ied in this niainifieent stock of ours. All we Boys are so patriotic here, that three party battles for the last ten years to meet with the Mt. Tabor church, at too. We haven't anv trade secrets. Wilittle boys went into Jack Willoughly's Those ot 3our service, us who have been devoting Pain Lick, next year. About 75 dele cornfield and tore down an acre of corn you the exact facts about every thingcare to a.k our time and money for the good of gates and many visitors were in at with rocks which they carried off of P Why it is good, what it's made of, etc. Our leader- the party were turned down for these the pike. Every stalk of corn was fellows, who, a few years ago, were pos- tendance and all express themselves delighted with the meeting and the counted to be a Spaniard. Nature's most natural remedy, improved by BJBMatWwBa f F3&& ing as Democrats, and who still hold hospitality of the Stanford perple. The lush science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cferts Piano, Umted One of the church members tried to the positions they obtained as Demo8Svst? Orga:; exercises began with the annual ser Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces hev a feller arrested fer nailin up crats. Tiiis will defeat Davison and it mon at 11 a. m. Tuesday by Rev. S. A. of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. whisky advertismeiits in town, so you will defeat Evans. 1 am in constant Owens, of The sore, weary Lungs are exhilaRichmond, after which the see the town is situated in a perfcckly correspondence with Are unexcelled. We also in stock the Highest .: rated ; the Todd organization was effected by the elec mucus is cut out ; the , . . 1 jt Ar moral atmusfere. Poetic atmosfere, and other prominent Republicans all tion of cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed oewmg- lacnmes 10 oe iounu 111 ine maricet. Rev. R. B. Mahony moderator, A coin; too. ez you will 6ee by the follerin by over the State and in other States, and membranes are healed and soothed so that there and W. T. l'herigo clerk. The princiline of Sheet Music can be found at our place of busino-al- l is no inclination to cough. yours truly. I know what I am talking about." pal object of the .associations isformis-siou- s times. The people of Madison and adjoining; counties Full many a joy is born SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Continuing, he intimated that he and good reports were sent up To blush and bloom unseen, Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes cordially invited to call and inspect our selections. could give the names of some Republi- from tho churches as to collections, &c. And never know that somewhere else cans who stood high up in the councils Rev. li. L. McMurray preached the oc. aunr. IUU ULI We are also prepared to get any piano or instrunn 1. Are other joys as green. to Dr. Bell's p r of the party in Andeison county who missionary sermon. The speeches on noncy. It elves qnlcfc and permanent II t The cow boy branes are loping down Knjl relief for parties that we do not cany specially in stock for In grip as well as concha and colds. Itmat.s UWII6J " the hillside, while through the valley will not hurt themselves by their sup- this subject were very fine, especially weak I uuct Btrons. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, money than they can purchase them. Leave order-- . port of the "grey gelding." The gen- those of Drs. C'rumpton and Warder. Pcdacah.Ky. "cunis the beauteous progeny of piana tuning at office. sprig" ez the poet tells us. Coxeys tleman above referred to has for many Dr. Eaton discussed tho report on tern been prominent in his party, and peranco, in which he takes great interarmy hez silently stole away, but summer loafers air eettin on Williams' this is the first time for ten years that he est. It provides for inter denominastore porch to hear the War News has not been sent as a delegate to the tional employment of men to travel and read from the Dispatch, and ter watch conventions. Rut, as he puts it, he and make speeches in the interest of local the boys pitch horeeshoos and frisk other Republicans, whose names he option, money to be raised by the erbout en say sweet things to the dear gave, were put aside that room might churches for their expenses. A collecW. P. SEARLES, Business Manager. summer gurls- When! see a young be made for those who are Republicans tion for it was thereupon taken up and a good sum contributed. Stanford couple together, I alius say "What for revenue only. Second Richmond. K This is a matter in which we take no Journal. foolishness!" Alius callii; each other interest, except as it concerns the elechev en never doin enny kissm'. Meeting Places and Officers of Teachers' .Nuse is karce, but 111 tell sume in my. tion of Gilbert, but it does seem that Association. civil service, a principle upon which S Sil next. The Teachers' Association of Madithe campaign of 1S9G was made, is to be What air you paym fer poetry? Ive the cause of a very serious rupture in son county will hold meetings twice got 113 peeces on hand. 'BLUE GRASS BILL." the party. This is only one of the each month, as follows: August 27, many cases in which old party work- Million; September 3, Union ; Septemers to stand aside, while ber 15, Waco; October 3, Foxtown; OcWhen you call for Dp Witt's Witch ? Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't their former enemies reap the benefits tober 15, Kingston; October 29, Speedof victories won by Republicans. But, well; November 10, Kirksville. accept anything else. Don't be talked Officers: Miss Lena into accepting a substitute for plies, as above remarked, this is their fight, and we have no desire to take part in Palmer, Kirksville; Mrs. Florence for sores, for burns. Douglas & Wells. . Dozier, Foxtown; Prof. T. C. Troop, family quarrels. 5 Union; Miss Nannie Tudor, Glade; It is one of the anomolies of our Buekleu's Arnica Salve. Mr. Luther Todd, Yates; Prof. T. C. B present system that the commanding Lowry, "Wa.co; Prof. Solon Taylor, general of the army should be a man The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. 8115,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. Million. fir trained in the ways of war and the Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever GOOD GOODS, WELL ADVERTISED. Secretary of War. who has the voice Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilS43.000.00 RESERVE AND SORPLUS. over him, should be allowed to come blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Going the rounds of the press in an from any chance walk in life, with the and positively cures Piles, or no pay resole qualification that he is au influen- quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect item stating that the Royal Raking The Following Coupons August, 18U8: tial factor in party politics. We main- satisfaction or money refunded. Price Powder Company is the largest adveri Ref.No. Con. No. Name. Address. Oost. tain our schools for the purpose of 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & tiser in America. Of course, the busiK S963. . Rev. J. H. Stanley, Lexington, Ky training men to fight and handle Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. ness itself must be an enormous one to H $ 95a t 9011 .Climax Printing Co, Richmond, Ky .. 9 5.1 s Phone, No. 21. justify so great an expenditure in pubV 9052. dec!5-l- y fighters, and yet, at the very base of G. White. . J. H. Baker, Lexington, Ky W59 90S0. J. H. Baker, Lexington, Ky -- . 19 SO licity. There is no fallacy more danthe military tree, we graft on incom9128. Newport News Syndicate. Newport News Va. . . 18 5rt GOV. KNOTT DECIDES THE QUESTION. 9166 gerous than that success cau be gained Newport News Syndicate, Newport Newsl Va . petents from civil life. 10 50 9204 . 18 5 22 Newport rews syndicate, Newport rvewt., va .. . by advertising an article of indifferent 9213 Newport News Syndicate, Newport News, Va . .. 10 JO 9292. AI. J. Forston, Pans, Ky 3 50 . .. . . a The manner in whichSoloinon decid- merit, lint, given an article of the The colored editor of Lexington Stanthink Hattie Jacobs. Cincinnati, O IT 1. . 850 Highest quality Wanted-- An of tome simple 9108. . . Idea Who canpatent 9371 . . . Patrick and Mary Fox, Jlajsville.Ky 20 9 50 dard, who is a candidate for the Republi- ed the parentage! of the babe who was der, which the like Royal Baking Powirxsg to housekeeper has once 8415 .. . 1" E. L. Denhard, Lonisville, Ky . 8M claimed by two mothers has a partial used nhe finds if Protect Tonr ldeax: ther mar brlnir voa wealth. 9682 can nomination for Congress in the . ... 17 It C.B. Doll, Louisville, Ky 8 all she desires the best Write JOHN 'Wi.DDERBURN & CO Patent .. F. II Norton--, Lexington, Ky . . WashlDgton, D. CX. for their $1.8UQ priio otter 9H9 parallel in the manner in which Gov. food bhe ciiiniot do without, then the COMPLETE 20 M Seventh district, says: 6756 and list ot two hundred lureutlou Trautml. :o 'i F. H.Norton. Lexington. Ky 9 50 e of suecess is attained ' We have gone so far as to write a Knott decides as to the disputed honor, greatest Mrs A T Million. Richmond, Ky 17 II S7l. . . ... s to 9332 by keeping it continuously before the BLISS Lexington, Ky F H Norton. . . 9 :a 20 . letter to a leading Republican paper, at ol capturing Cevera's fleet. 9372 Robert Hoeflich, Maysville, Ky 17 tl 8 50 public. Great 9911 Mrs Emma L Latta, Lexington, Ky . 17 41 8 : Gov. Knott doesn't take much stock tising aro both merit ainfgood adver . . 50 YEARS the suggestion of its editor announcing essential to make a pro1959 C and Martha Diggs. Lexington, Ky. 7 :o , EXPERIENCE Makes 10004 B A Spangler, Louisville, Ky I ui . 7 50 ... our candidacy and defining our position, in Sampson's greatness, nor his claim duct a great success. Tho Roval Bak 10043 Gladys Huffman, Butte, Mont . 7 SO the ing Powder possessing the first, its proli which letter has never been published. for the honor of the deotruciiou of 100f9 Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky 17 It . . 8 50 Weak 10126 Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky. . 17 41 8 5H fleet. He heard a man expatiat prietors have wisely used the second, The Great 'qgsstm-tBut every dog has his day. If the Re Strong. 10163 . and the result is apparent thionghout Howard Shepherd, Lexington. Ky 17 41 . . . 850 10200 . Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky 17 41 publicans of Kentucky think that the ing on the greatness of the admiral the land. The Royal Company believe 8. 1 1.237 ; Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky 3 . 17 11 .. . with an almost complete obscuration of that there is iioniedinm for advertising negroes are asleep, they are very much 10274. . Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky. 17 It 8 50 la now within enav rearh of ererv Amerlrnn 10315 like the newspapers, since in these en- 30 da j treatment is positively guaranteed to cure ... A J Wintersmith, Padncau, Ky 7 50 1 Schley, when the witty old mistaken. We are going to take down . 5U 10aJ6. B L Eggleston, Lexington, Ky . Trade Marks 7 n 00 said; "I am mighty glnd, my clear sir. lightened days ever, body reads them. luc inuofc compucaicu case oi eroti3 ueuutty, or 10391 . Mary K McFadden, Lexington, Kv Ocsigns 'de fiddle and Deboe. " 650 i2 Wasting; DUea& It acts powerfully and qukUr-10115 . F M Drake, Grand Rapids, Mich. . 6 50 Copyrights &c to hear you talk thus. It lelieves my li -" New aian. rhtcally lerrec. I Ihr reull 101S8 6 50 . . Mrs L Z Tavlor. Richmond, Ky 12 Anyone sending a sketch and description may oflhe use or UKUEMJUO. Younj men will 10531 . B U Gary, Newport News, Va . QUlcklr ascertain onr onlnion free whether an .. . . 6 CO conscience very greatly. When I was a 12 their lost manhood, and Old Men will recovct 1U582. Invention Is probably patentable. Communlcn- Mary A warren, Lexington. Ky . g . . . 12 Think of - . 6 50 their youthful visor. Itlnvlsoratea and restore m boy, I was walking through the woods, 1UC33 tlons strictly confidential. Hand book on Patents H elen McElrath, Carrollton, Ky 6 50 U " a year or life patents. Seminal Weak10708 . Otto E Vollenweider. McArthur, O . 12 Every expectant mother has full c5. and visor, all sufferers from npermattorhca,- sent free. Oldest acency for scenrinir Co. receivo 10751 . two after one with a companion, when I saw a rabbit Patents taken through Jlnnn &, ancuceie, . .Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky 6 50 .. .. 6 50 12 " is dead: dead XlehtlyEmlssIon'", 10788 a trying ordeal to face. If sho does not Weak Memory. Lost Brain and Sloscular Power, rptclal notice, without charge. In tho . Daniel Boone Club. Richmond, Ky . 6 50 12 to all cractical in run into a hole. I told the boy to keep Wakefulness. Evil Dreams, Despon10S51 . . 12 . 6 5.1 Jf ewland Jones. Richmond, Ky dency, Utclc of Conndcnce, and all effects ot flmericanw watch while 1 went to get some fire to tents and purposes, 833 003 W F White Estate. Lexington, Ky 50 50 . 111 w eV. or sexual excess and Indiscretion, i hlch nnflts 897 991 Good & Co, Lexington, Ky . dead, with the auto60 So . .. 144 A handsomely illustrated weekly. smoke the animal out. When I returndr. one for business, study of marriage. 11EU CXE RO 957 1079 W F White EaUte, Lexington, Ky . . any scientific journal. Ter.ns, $3 5050 IH I. graph of death incoesatoncetotbe root of tho Uiseaie that Is why culatlon of months, $L Bold by all newsdealer.a 1022 year: four 1186 Annie P Peay, Lexington. Ky . 46 M 132 scribed on brow and ed the boy had the rabbit, but I claimIt cures. It Is tho greatest Nerve Tonic In the world 1081 .1266 A L Marschall, Lexington, Ky. . . 120 . 45 80 cheek and lip. ed it was mine, becaube York told him to that Is why ltclves Vliornnd Action nnd restores MUNN&Co.361. New D. C. 1141 1333w a Finch, Danville. Ky 49 59 111 tho Klre of Youth. It a marvelorw Blood Thousands of catch it, if ho came out. I That was 50 1220 1031 John JJ Branch Office, 25 F St, Washington, 111 49 50 Lonisville, Ky women live for tho I'Ink Glow come linck to 12S6 111L D B Good, Lexington, Ky ". 141 d 49 10 the pale cheek.. Insist upon ha Ins U E CN E KO 138S a year or two years ago, and yon aro the first man 1521 V N Gardner, Lexington, Ky 138 0 48 50 Can bo carried Invent pocket. By mall ft 1.00 per 165.5 14t9 4G 50 Mrs Jennie Fester. Cincinnati. O. after all 132 00 who ever agreed with ine that the rabbox. or lx for 5.00. We rlirerrnllv r,r.,A 1537 1799 LnkeU Milward, Lexington, Ky . 12C . 41 50 and fflug-''1 ) the monev where sis boxes do not effect a cure. 159L .. . . 1S79 Baptist Church Paris, Ky . . 135 . 47 50 happiness have bit was mine. Jt has relieved my con.Circulars free. Address tho American Office of 1618 911 EF Johnson & Co, Lexington, Ky . 117 i. 41 50 gone out ol science very much." Sampson's cham117 . 41 50 1703... -- 2051 R F Johnson, Baltimore, Md RnmiFA YMFnmAi nn e25coh.mbAK their lives. pion saw 21S6. O R Marshal), Lexington, Ky 171 . ... 46 50 NEWY0RK. iiimivii nikuiunkuui the point, smole a sickly smile When awotaan 1813 2275 W C Nichols, Louisville. Ky . ciw , 22 75 scpt21-l1873 becomes hope- and changed thesuject. x a uooa, jexingion, ivy 2KS3 129 0) 45 50 1923. 2567 WB Anderson and wife, Lexington, Ky. lessly helpless 126 00 41 50 1980. 2116 Rev J V Riley, Versailles. Ky. Another solution of the question is 12s cc 41 50 and unhappy SHOICE PUKE BRED PLYMMOTH 2010 27W .F H Norton. Lexington, Ky 44 M us w BUC " Pracuc- - this: sale T..Kock- Cockerels for H. at 50c, 75c 2035 2331.DB Good. Lexington. Kv 126 44 50 ally dead. The young woman to whom and $1 00. sirs. H. COLYER. 2153 1165DrSA Donaldson, Lexington, Ky- 42 50 120C "What weapon did Sampson use in r the future is a dreary waste, the young Richmond, Ky. get ready for It, 2211 2S31 . Dr S A Donaldson, Lexington, Ky 42 50 ia w wife who is a helpless, nervous invalid, slaying the Philistines?" asked the Sun 2266 43 50 123 10 ji .jxi u M Asncr, JLxington, isy there is no telling the mother whose babes are a burden in2329 2773 A 42 50 Nekton. Lexington. Kv 120 cm day School superintendent during the stead of a jessing, all these, unless they 2396. 3178 J D PurcelL Lexington. Ky 117 ro what may happen. 50 - 41 50 3327 Mrs Sallie Owings, Lexington, Ky 2!51 take the right measures to recover their general excercises. 'He ho didn't use 120 42 . Child-birtis full 25C2 .1710 .F C Smith, LaGrange. Ky 41 50 117 00 health, are better dead than living. In the ur3391 Vaiente Sentney, Lexington, Ky.. 2561. 41 50 , 117(0 .. majority of cases these ghosts of women none," sputtered a little of uncertainties if 3323 Mrs J D Armstrong, Lexington, Ky 2627. 41 50 117 00 owe their condition to weakness and dis- chin on the back row of seats, didn't Nature is not given proper assistance. I have rented for 1828 the several houses adease of the distinctly femini; organism. git vertised Ijy me last December, but have now TotaL ....$1,668 25 $4,415 40 . inter de scrap till dey was all sunk." Frequently they have been deceived by four or five other nice cottages, well located Profit Over Cost 42,717 13 . . a ka) ray (HE) 1 m m 1 TI0-BIT- Scott's Emolsien i er tej TO aW 11 &w C0NSTI?ATI0N -- Y uic-- j Vu-d- PsS&s- - 1 1 5 I . I k - - i . SsLt' . - tmj 3 y ng e ga 1 t.j-- I 1 I 1 I I J 1 Tti?&ZC'7krfi wkK-i- i s A 1 itrosr n'r-- acom-piatr- - 1 r I I ed m iiitip-reared- . &L I I 1 I CaMra-reta- Ss"40t 7 &3 ST0S an S) .a CTTTTTt - S! CSSSaED SliS S (H3 old-lin- kid-nej- iiififelMBiefe MlilSUKMSsMi r9JsfTIF5mii reM(fel " PiaLno3 RELIGIOUS. and Organ 3 knu , - old-lin- :M: fll DR' BELL'S SM Pii1iTnf-lloi1- -- SSKBi I d Slaks cough-wor- n microbe-bearin- g c- - 1 ill- cany fllniW lMoovrncnn1..j.... Plne-ln- t- ml " rinB-Tflf-nOllf- iV We Don't The Bewey Music Companu, Street. - Know a Thing of cost. color of footwear for next Therefore we propose to sell of our present stock at once Si About the summer. every pair regardless ism Mutual Investment uompany. Of Lrexinton, Kentucky. Vice-Presiden- We will not carry over a pair and I the price we are making on them will accomplish the object. It will pay you to call at once and make your selections. Safest Investment Largest Profits. irreeman itsros. Matured 2.1 First Street. REGENERO. ' , -- Attor-ner- a D Uh mea-ur- . .. 1. Cer-vera- 's ijftjra Scientific 2S-- 1 i " Hv-la- ... 1 fO ea .uiji.t-i;y- " e, . -- -- ! . help-fulnc- , -- I3I- CO CO y EC0N0M1ST RAPES . lOO ang31-2n- - CO "IKU h red-head- Read This CO Ar JacLsouiille A r Chattanooga at AtiantA.... ...... ..,... Ar Macon At Jacksonville .... ........... 9J5pm Lv Chattanooga . .. ... 7.40pmj 6.25am Ar Birmingham........ ll.Ivpm 11.10pm Ar Meridian ....... .... I5jam la loam At New Orleans........ HUOm ia30am No. 1 carries Free Chair car Lexington, there connecting with LoulsvWe to Solid bale Train carrying through Pullman Vestl Sleep, lag Car to Birmingham. Meridian and Neir also makes ctose connection at Chatta. njoga lor AUtnta. Or-lca- 9.15am 7JJ0pm' ejfflam 5.00am lLJOam 8.10am! ,.. , iJacon, Jacksonville and Erunswlclc Na 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Chattanooga and Birmingham, also Lexlar-uu- i. .?."kJ5T!Uc Y.1 Hot Springs. AsherllJe, aad Pullman Union Sleeper Lexington to Ntw Orleans. tDally except Sunday. A.WHiDos.PJtT.A., r.aAjno.av.pjkO.M., j.n. cclt.t. m "Wtetea,3Xi-ft.-A:Tu?,aj.A"WaahItfrtoB. D. C WK.aTAT10,A.aPA. XcrifirUle, Ky. aTwirr,P.&T.A-- , Xerlngton. Ky. ., Iueen&-Oresce- nt ROUTE -. Mother's Friend is good for only one in the United Status. I.ocatful wltliln Roofing, I purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of clioap and quick access .of the entire .Mifsonri anct ilississippi Valleys, at danger and pafn. your own doors. Through tlokats One dollar per bottle at all dros Stores, or Oinaha allow stop overs. - SeJOuisvilIe8:15 Cincinnati sent by express on receipt ot pclce. "Previous to motherhood ray wife was very rick." writes Dennis H. Connelly. Esq.. of 8:85 p. m. daily.. Passengers arrive Fkcs Books, containing valuable informa- duced excursion ratea to Orrwha'l'uke Wright Co., Minn. " Two bottles ofJ5r. tion b1 women, will be seat to anr addrcM the- - JJutliujrton JtautathaoUL Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioa made her well .Chicago in time for breakfast. For Bpca for application to firmly establlehec! line to aid tlirougli, and strong," special information address Gbo. E. ay THS BRADF1ELD RgOULAT6R CO isntirm 111 niy , uirtiCiion- - ;i z . fc.1, TV. iPtJOT'a TOoeAt 1t AWSC9 (HC UM- - 'Bockwell, X G'. P. Agt, Cineinnatij " - -Mnatnew SdM COMUfaaUOB. OtM ft - - v-m m. . U1UJUJ11 I w " -- - gM!Louii.-Uo- : Thy arrar gnfx. Ohio. ir -- . ! w- -- I . St. s" ir .. Clear-Water- . -- the incorrect diagnosis of some obscure physician and do not understand the true You invite disappointment when you nature of their trouble. It only costs a DeWJtt's Little Early two-cepostage stamp for a woman to experiment. irrite and describe her condition to Dr. Risers aro pleasant, easy, thorough litIt. V. Pierce, an eminent and skilful special- tle pills. They cure and ist, for thirty years chief consulting phys-laa- n to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical sick headache just as sure as you take Institute of BuHalo, N. Y. He will answer letters from ailing women without charge. them. Douglas & Wells. He is the ducoverer of JJr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the greatest of all NEW CARS AND NEW IDEAS. known medicines for women. It acts directly on the delicate organs concerned Compartment Sleeping Cars Louis-villean- d in maternity and makes them strong, healthy and vigorous. It banishes the inCincinnati to Chicago jver dispositions of the anxious period and makes baby's coming easy and almost Pennsylvania Short Lines display lapainless. It cares all disorders and dis- test ideas- - in, train comforts? They placements and checks exhausting drains. p.m., leave and equipped for sale on easy terms. .Call at my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. rarrish.Attorney-at-Law- . la the best help you can use at this time. FLORIDA H. PARRIBH, It is a liniment, and when regularly ap- Jati26-t- f Attorney and Agent. plied several months before baby comes, it makes the ad rent easy and nearly painOMAHA EXPOSITION less. It relieves and prevents ''morning June 1st to Uclober 31st sickness," relaxes the overstrained muscles, relieves the distended feeling, shortTHK GKAXHKST EXPOSITION ens labor, makes Teco very rapid and cer- Mother's Friend FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS A. Guttering and,G,eneral SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary. tain without any dangerous MRS. A. T. MILLIOIf, Local Agent, Richmond, Kv. after-effect- s. (except Woild's Fair) ver planned Job Work. , Fftmr Mell's Newspaper Directorq. .., ... f i-- -- mfc-riMfa- tr mmmmm II I1IU - I 111 . IUI oireuwtieivaccordeitoaBypaperinkhHiondorin Xadison conty or In u 'i tte oatv paper tH MatlSH COUhtv mii; muw vinHwuBSLMuiH." whieh ppft8 k DecrRtic Bowhwas.frvoi ProafOat to Cannta- a-t- "The Kichmona? Ky., Climax, weeklv, fs credited with the largest .5t ;r tliW. Tv, b-- 2r i -i- s -- i !' .& iSi