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La Grippe, followed by Heart Disease, Cured DR. MILES HEART CURE. i""iri i MADISON COUNTY, Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. KENTUCKY, r-- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1898. " silver bullion from Philadelphia to San Francisco is soon to mark a new era in the federal government's method They Spend Sunday in Jacksonof transporting1 the precious metals ville, Visiting: the Camp of between its mints. the Seventh Corps. The naval rendezvous in San Francisco has posted a call for men to man the gunboat Callao, one of the Spanish vessels captured at Manila by tho MET AT DEPOT BY GEN. FITZIiUGII LEE. American fleet. Men to make up the entire working staff are beinp signed. Secretary Alper Expressed Himself as The first section of the electric railHighly Delighted With the Condiroad to the. summit of the Jungfrau, tion of Things in tho Camps. the famous mountain of the Swiss Alps, opened as far as the Asoi-ghas been glacier, and it is expected the Sickness, Siys Alger, Is Lircely the Fault road will be finished by the year of Cuminandem, Dlilston, er A train bearing 10,000,000 ounces of ALGER AND PARTY WEAYINGTHEWEB Settled Beyond a Doubt That Enima Gill Died in Mrs. Guilford's Ilouse. HER DEATH TOOK . mm POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKiNU ... NUMBER IS B0TH1HEALTHFUL AND 17. vsNii PLEASURABLE, PUCE ON THE 11TH Incriminating Articles Belonging to Mrs. Guilford Found in the Sarcli of the Premises. The Midwife Hired a Team from Dank Brothers on the lltli The Night Following 5ho Used the ha mo Team Mrs. Guilford Will Bo Arrested. BniDGEroRT, Jlthat dry taste M fig in the mouth. M sBlf sssss and you can also say extremely comfortable, when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Phnetons. Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty, style, durability and general superiority, and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you, quality considered. John Donelson 1904. ladison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED - Ludington, quartermaster general, and otners, spent the day in Jacksonville visiting the camp of the 7th army corps. The distinguished party was met at the station by d;n. Lee and a committee of citizens. Gen. Alger proceeded at once to the camp of the 1st division and during the day inspected the three division hospitals, going through every ward. He shook hands and spoke encouraging words to the sick men, and in one instance a discharge was asked for by s taken, and a sick man. His the secretary aid that it would be attended to. The regiments of the three divisions were reviewed, that of the 3d division being after dark with .the light of the moun hid behind a hazy sky. At the conclusion of his labors PffOFESSOWJL ClffOS. Secretary Alger said in response to a question: "I am highly delighted with all I have seen and am very loss. S40.000. agreeably surprised at the conditions A man registered as M. Pntzs, a secin Camp Cuba that I find K. IV. MILLER. ond cabin passenger on the steamer Libre." La Gascogne, from Havre, was foand Arronvm As Jacksonville has been considered dead in his cabin on the morning of to have the best and healthiest camp Kia.Tl.CKY. Rii HNOIS, September 18, having committed sui- in the country, his statement means 1 in the Bornam Building next door to cide by hanging. He was 35 feb3-lold much. r s National Bank. and left nothing that would reveal A luncheon was tendered to the sechis identity. retary and party at noon and in a reS. S" jXj"l"V"-A.iT- . Chicago will probaly be made win- sponse to a toast drunk standing he ter quarters of at least .1,000 troops said: Law, Attokxky-- a this winter. Col. Jones, chief quarter'I have visited Jacksonville once or twice KENTUCKY, master of the department of the lakes, before, hut netcr vith tho name interests as RK'HMOSD, Ih.ne listened with pleasure, but has rcecivid a Seiegram from Quartert I'll. over Taylor's Hani ware store, opresolutions with surprise, to master Central Luilington Tv questing been resd as to how the citizens of that have Street. House, on Main Jacksonthe posite r.s to available quarters ville have got along with Gen. Lee. Any one information can get along with him that will let him have for that number of men. II. B. HOGG, his own way 1 know him pretty well and you An unknown soldier of the 3d Penn- ATTORNEY -- T LAW. run sagacious in sylvania regimmt wa, killed at have beenam glad the letting him have things been soldiers Kkxtcckv. Princeton Junction Sundaj- - by falling here. I Ri. iiMovn, orderly, and of course, that has been due r. from a freight train on which was to Gen. Lee. (Laughter). The health of this iffiee No. 1" Fiit St. up stairs. 31 30 His body is now in the Trenton, camp "has been better than tbat of any other per cent, of tbat N. J., mor,rne. lie is small in stature, In the country-- Twenty-tvJacksonville and 75 been due the about 21 yearn old and the letters A.M. his cent, has been city ofto Gen. Lee, for. of C. & D. JI.JDITKNAULT, per due L. arc tattooed on his arm. course, the subordinate officers don't count ATTORNEYS AT 111', A statement was issued by the war (applause and continued laughter ) Sickness Kentucky. R n IIMOVD, department Sunday night that tho is largely the fault of commanders, division, Gen. Cuban commissioners had effected an regimental and company commanders. grantLee is not looking very well and I have on Second street, over Chen- - arrangement with the bnanisa authored him a short leave of absence. a n't - grocery. ities whereby the steamer Comal, car"The organizing and equipping of an army of rying a cargo of supplies for the suf- 250,000 men carrying oaauar in two continents PHYSICIANS. in tho space of three months has been a trefering people of Cuba, would be perThe mitted to landhcr cargo at Mntanz.13 mendous undertaking. in secretary of war has been ably assisted this undertaking by GTBSOX, of duty. I) I. II. It. free the surgeon general and the quartermaster's It is announced that Rr. Ad m. Dewey department. They have been criticised, but PH 1VICIA N .! XD SURGEON, has purchased in London, through an not to the extent the secretary of war has KENTUCKY. r.1 IIM..M. agent, a Shakespearian relic in the been, yet I know the work hey have accomplished has been little short of made from a mul- miraculous. shape of a snuff-boWhen this war began tho VSns building, lE and ao Sec-- i berry tree planted by fchakesptare in clothing that tho men have worn was on the f(f in the Jar J7- sircci, nvcrWauc .eW erm;siere. his garden at Stratford. Ihe box for- back of animals. There was no ammunition, merly belonged to Gen. Sir Denis Pack no transportation; there was nothing beyond IIOOKEIt, CM the war department but a great, rloh nation, one of Wellington's comrades. burning with patriotism. Almost In a night i etertnaiiy surgeon, The board of directors of the Manu- sn army was organized and equipped tbat facturers, and Producers' association paralyzed the nation with which we had to ,,.i.hwU Otfurio Veterinary CoVege. of San Francisco, have passed resolu- deal, and has awakened the admiration of the world. I have no apology to make for what ,iir Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty tions favoring the retention of tho has been done. I am willing to let the record Philippine islands as a part of the of the campaign stand and speak tor ittelf. r Ol ce upstairs. over a.arr- ircmnj in jt , i .if r. Kicmaena .w iMruuM r... u&si. aprT-l- y I A copy of the resoluUnited States. "United States Senator Morgan said to mo it hitiood, Ky. tions will bo forwarded to the presi- before he left for the Hawaiian islands: The world has never seen, nor will It see dent, senators and congressmen. ii, m. If. again, the mobilization of such an army, nnd It is announced in Madrid that Medicine and Surgery. the accomplishing with It of what has been Spaniards, residing in the island dene with this one In such a short period.' i Aire Collins Ifuildinir. Main Street. of Porto Rico, have refused to lire on "It matters not what may become of me. I Telci hone at residence the Oirr place) or Kreiday. the island under the American Hag, may be buried In oblivion, or in the grave, but Kentucky. and hava demanded that they be the unbiased historian will give tho world the Ri iivosd, record of has to Spain at the expense of the Impartial and tho recordwhat stand been will forever as a government. M. D., The question of the re- monument to the greatness of this nation and G. V. EVANS, patriation of the discontented Spanof Us boundless resources. "VVe are a great iards has been referred to the state nation. We don't have to depend on any other and zaanufactarer of rtults Safety WhlGctreo Conrllng. years v't eaattsckof LaGrlppa left "TwoV7lih a mo r L heart I had run down In flesh to ncroE In and bone. I could not sleep lylnfj C vBfnrsnotherhis spells; frequent sharp 1 -- ticg pains :iad palpitation caused a constant fear of sudden death, nothing could lrJjre cio to remain away from hazio over nl-- L Uy local physician prescribed Dr. I'Urs" Ilcart Curo and In a f cw days I was atls to deep well and the pains gradually and finally ceased. I reduced tho tho doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and am now feeling; better In every vay than I have for years." ur iiues nemeiues EJ&V Dr. aro BOIU uy ail uruji- - It-nap , . ... .,- - . tiii UT" R.HS3 riarantee, first bottle s722IS.' tcscflts or money ro- - & Restorer uooc on tua- - ivr, Met4X vJSSi cares of tho heart &&? Fg5HftSggbi erves free. DR. UELES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, tnd. -- i " C C nHULT3. of 71atci3Ct, Iowa, kptftfakM Ka congress of mothers, under the auspices of the national organization, will be held in Omaha, October 8, 9 and 10, by invitation of the exposition. All interested in the movement are invited to attend. CoL W. J. Bryan, of the Sd Nebraska, was still in Washington Sunday awaiting an answer from the war department regarding his request for the discharge of the sick men of his He will leave probably regiment. Monday for Jacksonville. Chief of Police Hayes, of Kansas City, Sunday night received a telephone message from St. Joseph that three men suspected of complicity in the robbery of the Missouri Pacific train out of Kansas City on Friday night had been arrested in that cite. At Manchester, Ct., fire Sunday morning destroyed the bakery of Frank Goetz. John Leetles and a man known as "Rob" German, balccr, about SO years old, w ere burned to death. Leetles came from New Jersey. Financial A Trans-Mississippi and Company Commanders Words of l'r.ilse for Gen. Lee. P0W3CR CO., NEW YORK. 1863. Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 20. Secretary Alger and party, consisting of Gen. Sternberg, surgeon general; Gen. EMPEROR REPORTED DEAD. the of Nancy Guilford's house Sunday A Djrlc Tragedy Wltliln tho Walls of I'aluce Seems to Urn e Item En- Ct. Sept 20. A search sot-tie- d acted Poison Used. nam-wa- London, Sept 2a The Daily Telegraph's Hong Kong correspondent, wiring Sunday, says: "Although there is no positive confirmation, all tho evidence tends to the conviction that the emperor Is ' dead. "A private dispatch says he died on September 21, directly he issued the edict giving the dowager the regency. Nobody doubts that Yang and Chang Yen Hoon, who was minister at Washington in 1S96, are both innocent of the charge of poisoning the emperor." Kmperorof China Serionsly I1L exis-tin- g t-Law, - if-i- it y London, Sept 2G. The Pekin correspondent of the Daily Mail says: "The head enuch at the palace informs me that the emperor is seriously indisposed and that his death is not unlikely." COMMISSION. LIGHTER MONITOR FOUNDERS. INVESTIGATING Eight of the Members Hold an Initial Meeting In the Offlco of l'resident Mcltlnley in the White Ilouse. Five Men Drowned In St. Mary's Klrer Their Bodies Kecnrereil by a Dlv.r and Taken to S.iult Stc. Marie. beyond a doubt that Emma Gill died there, and it was also learned that her death took place Sunday, the 11 tli inst Several incriminating articles belonging to Mrs. Guilford were found in the search of the premises. It is believed that the first portions of the dismembered body were thrown into Yellow Mill pond between 10 and 11 o'clock Sunday night Mrs. Guilford hired a team from Hank Bros., on Broad street, that night, and was gone two hours, and the Monday night following she had the same team again and was gone until 1 o'clock the next morning. Mrs. Casperine, who lives on Cedar street, about 400 feet from the bridge where 'the bundle was thrown off into the pond, positively identified the team as the one she saw being driven on the bridge about 10:30 on the Sunday night in question, and she also saw its return a few moments later. Birmingham stated Sunday night that he expected to hear of tho arrest of Mrs. Guilford at any moment He was positive that she would be in custody before many hours. Super-tendent JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and H plug M December the name v h m flf m American Marble and Granite. FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery AVork, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all ckfce of buyers- 3F"Mk. W. G. GOUCHER. one; of the lxst workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phnse. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will be furnished on application. gj& YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED - when you buy again, J7S7VYES D. HAMILTON, Proprietor. THIS THE MARIA TERESA AFLOAT. The Spanish Warship Kilged and Towed to GuAiita.iamo Bay The Cruiser Being Putin Condition for Trio North. J, -- y. rid-ins- e Washington, Sept 26. The commission to investigate the conduct of the war department during the recent conflict with Spain held its initial meeting in the office of President at the white house Saturday. There were eight members present and it was announced that the services of a ninth man were counted upon, though his name was not made public. The eight who were present were: Mc-Kinl- ey . in-- e t5S ywats, WW? Sault Stk Makie, Mich , Sept 2G. Five men were drowned in it. Mary's river Sunday by the foundering of the lighter Monitor. They are Joseph Prior, William Corbier, John Robare, Emanuel Robare. all of this city, and John Foley, of West Bay City, Mich. Their bodies were recovered by a diver and brought here Sunday evening. The Monitor was in tow of the tug Bruce and was loaded with iron ore, taken from the schooner Carrington, which was stranded in the river. In turning the light on the way to Point Aux Pine the lighter foandcred. There was a brisk wind and considerable sex Capt Smith, manager of the wrecking company owning the. Monitor, was on board the boat He made heroic efforts to save his men and his exertions nearly cost him his life. He finally caught a lino thrown to him from the tug and was taken aboard The wreck of tho IS ecoiiceii- tillllO has reconcentrated all of bis experience of more than thirty vears in the PAINT and WALL PAPER business, the knowledge thereby gained with all his energy and industry reconcentrated he expects to be worthy of and to reconientrate nearly all the demands for Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames Paints, Oil, Glass, Varnishes, Hriishes, Artists' and Painters' Supplies generally He makes and kees for sale everything in the business in the largest quantities. Note the Iteconcentrado Prices: Wall Paper o cents. Window Shades complete 10 cents Picture Framed, glass, backing, screw eves and cord, 8x10, 2o cents; 10x20. portrait size. moulding, $1.00; moulding, SI 50 The best Mixed Paint in the market for $1.10; Carriage I'aintoOc and ioc ner quart, all our own make. You ran he a free and independent Reconcentrado by doing all your trading with "Who ch x lighter obstructs creased. the channel and will be removed by Ihe Newark, under Capt Goodrich, dynamite. GEN. GREENVILLE if. DODGE. iept C. The wrecking company engaged under Lieut Hobson in the work of savi ng the w recked Spanish war ships has succeeded in floating the cruiser Infanta Maria Teresa. The cruiser, after being got afloat was taken in tow by the Potomac and convoyed by the cruiser Newark, the Scorpion and the Alvarado, proceeded for Guantanamo bay, where she arrived Saturday. The successful issue of tho attempt to float her was greeted with the blowing of whistles, the firing of national salutes and by cheers, in which the Cubans joined, disturbing the noon siesta. Off Siboney the barometer and the wind indicated the approach of a hurricane and the towing power was inCuba, Pi.aya dei. Este, Guantanamo Bay, NOT skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced Or any of those here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that sea-goi- ID. IF. AJExLIiyCIEalR,, -- The Old Reliable Main Streot 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. Anything he tells you is just as represented, and you can rely on it. fJF" Givehnn a call and encourage je29-6home trade. m. 'i. ,'t . . 1 a jasij ----- n 10,-0- 00 TlIYSICIAK AXI) Sl'BCBOS, - - - - Kentucky. R.ciimon-d- . council. DR. T. J. TAYLOU, rrarlUiouer in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond ce and residence on Second Street WHAT CTTTJ'iT'tJT The Filipino congress is engaged in the consideration of the question of raising funds to defray the heavy ex- our place among the leading nations of the penses of the maintenance of thp army world. "When this began I Issued an order that tho pending a decision by the Paris conand south should be brigaded together. ference. Hitherto the army of tho north have united and It Is proven that the They Filipinos has been chiefly supported sectional lines of tho north and the south no God that I have lived by public subscription, but now the longer exist, and native government contemplates the to see the day when we have a United country. "I thank you. Gen. Lee, for the welcome imposition of various taxes. and I hope for hospitality of and y, Maj. Gen. Granville M. Dodge, of Iowa; Col. J. A, Sexton, of Illinois; Capt & P. Howell, of Georgia; Maj. Gen. J. M. Wilson, chief of engineers of the United States army; Hon. Chas. Derby, of Indiana, late minister to China; Urban A. Woodbury, of James A. Beaver, of f Vermont; Pennsylvania, and Maj. Gen. II. McD. McCook, of the army (retired). The appearance of Gov. Beaver as a member of the commission was a surprise, as his selection was not known until he appeared at the white house JOHN B. YOUNG. at the beginning of the session. (An Iowa Pedagogue Who Looks Like Washington, Sept 2G. Dr. Phincas Uncle Sam.) S. Conner, of Cincinnati, has been selected as the medical member of the JOINT HIGH COMMISSIONERS. Dr. on earth, and our resources are such that we war investigation commission. can be Independent of all. We should have a Conner has accepted the appointment Assurance Given That the Great Industrial standing army enough for our needs. We Interests of the United States and left for Washing Saturday night should have a great navy that we may take cx-Go- v. ex-Goaccom-pllsbcdt rendered valuable assistance in the work of saving the Maria Teresa. The cruiser is beiug put in condition for her trip north by the repair ship Vul- Richmond Market rr&Miisfis3F can. Dr.itli of Dr. W. V. FowlKos. , Ky., Sept 20 Dr. V. E. Owk.nto.n-Fou Ikes, one of the most successful and distinguished physicians of the Green River country, died here Sunday morning. He was 49 years old. Frightfully Burned. 26. Dodie and sons of Fred Kohlmer and George Michaels, were Ivokomo, Ind., Sept George, frightfully burned while playing with powder. i, M. WILL&IH&, 203 W, Siillip Home-grow- IA1Y STSEET. MARKET EEP0HT. Fioun Spring patent, f3.i5ftl.40: spring fancy, f3.3.V33.6'J; spring family, flOOilO; winter patent, ?3.40&3.73; fancy, I3.00fi3.25; family, iKX&2.S0; extra. 113002.50; low grade, fl.&0ft2.2o; rye, northwestern, Ji732.SJ; do :ity. JUOper brL quotable nominalWheat Sales: No. 2 ly at T0?0!.;c. Sales: White ear, track, 34c. Coi Ovrs Sales: No. 3 mixed, track, 23c; sample ailxcd. track. 230; Cattia. ulr to good shippers, !4.60&5.20; good to choice butchers. 13:65(34.15: fair to medium buttters, f3iV&3.00; common, 3.00 120: bulls, steady at J3.a&3L3a, shippers, L00; select butchHoes ers', J3.tG33.P5; fair to good packers. 13.70 S.83; fair to good light, i4.00a4.03; common md roughs, S3.00G3.5a SnEEP Extras, H2'J4.35; good to choice, t3.7534.00; common to fair, 12.5O&3.50. Lmus Extras, 15.50; good to choice, 5.00 35.50; common to fair, iX'.OQt 50. Veal Calves Common and large ruled from Cincinnati, Sept. 21. Will Not Suffer. "Dx. T)a: catv6 "X is.o3SOA DBNTIST, OP LOUISMLLE, KY. Itrce Seatti.i:. Wash , Sept. - Carso of (iolu, The steam arrived herevfrom 2G. S100,-00- rvOnic: next door to Government Building, H'chniSnd, Ky. Ofllce hours 8 to 1 to 4. 12-- novIT-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental OiHce ofDr. Eob-s- n, nest door to postoiHce. D-- schooner Saii'oa j aist. Michael, Alaska, with 53 Klondik-er- s and goM dust estimated at The officers of the Samoa say that the steamer Rertha was to sail from St Michael September 13 for San Trancisco with one of the largest gold cargoes of the season. They esti0 mated that jt would be between and S3, 000, 000. 0. 52,500,-UU- FRBD SMITH. DEN .'1ST. e la-r'- v Office occupied oer Collins' by Grocery, same office Dr. W. Y. Burgin. janl2-l- y D R J. C. MOnCAN, DENTIST. Richmond, Ky. over Madison National Bank, Jly6-l- y k Loi I kukn WestXinth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, No. will beat Mr. J. B. Willis'. Richmond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Hlb, 1S98, 503 of rcturninc every second "Wednesday or each J month. Reference every physician lticn-mony. a, Ky. feM6-l- W. C. SLJMER.-JO-HN flOSBAL Siirner & Hosha LITE STOCK SAXESMEN, Union Stock Yards, are the seat or the starting point of many maladies, all of them serious, all more or less painful, and all of them tending, unless cured, to a fatal end. No organs of the hody are more delicate or more sensitive than the kidneys. When symptoms of disease appear in them not a moment is to be lost if health is 'to be restored. The best way to treat the kidneys is through the blood, cleansing it from the poisonous matter which is usually at the bottom of kidney complaints. Jor this purpose there is no remedy equal to adjusting the question of trade relations between the two countries, and in doing this the great industrial inFirst Game. 10 11 n. n. e Innings: terests of the United States arc not to the 0 00000031 0 15 9 4 Cincinnati suffer. The a?suranccs of a member the continued prosporltyof this city and this Cleveland 100 0 00111 0 04 12 3 is given nation." (Great and continued applause.) Batteries. Damman and Wocds; Powell, of the American commission Cuppy and Creigcr. Umi ires Swartwood and that the industrial system of the Man and. Woman Killed In a TnnneL Warner. United States will not fee disturbed, New Yobk, Sept 20. A man and a Second Game. is not th-- i slightest rea3 4 5 n. n. r. and that there Innings: 12 were run Cincinnati woman, both middle-aged- , son for apprehension on tho part of 2 over and instantly killed Sunday in Cleveand 0 000D 221 Americans that any of the great inthe Prospect park tunnel of the BrighBatteries Hill and Wood; Frascr aDd Creidustries are to be sacrificed. M.00&5.00. ton Beach railroad in Brooklyn. Their gcr. Umpires Swartwcod and Warner. Chicago, Sept. 24. 3 4 5 8 7 8 9 n. n. e. Innings: 12 Hon. T. I". Bayard Growing Weaker. identity had not been learned at a late Chicago 7 13 I 3 Wheat September, 66'jc; December, 63?,'o: Dediiam, Mass., Sept 25. Tho in- Hay, 6c.a hour. The couple were walking Pittsburgh.... through the tunnel, which is COO feet Batteries Taylor and Nlchjls Hart and clement weather of the past two or Corn September, 29JiS29Jc; December, ft29Kc; May, 31K313!c. Emslic and O'Day. three days has had a depressing effect Oats September, 21Jc; December, 20XQ Bowcrman. Umr h long and urilightcd. Innings: 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 -n . E. on Thomas F. Bayard, and Sunday UciMay, E2Jfc. 0 St. Louis John McLean Haxen Dead. night he was visibly weaker than for 0 LouisUllC. New Yoke, Sept 2C John McLean some time, and the endis looked for CunningBatteries Sudhr ft and Clements, Hazen, son of the late Gen.Wm. B. ham and McDonald. within a day or two. He remains in Hazen, U. S. A., who was thrown from condition nearly all a How Thry Sl.ind. his horse while riding on the Rich Won Lost. P. C the time, taking little nourishment Clubs .&C9 44 !$ mond turnpike, Staten Island, Friday, J Boston and being sustained by his wonderful .617 47 to sustaining a fractured skull, died at Baltimore constitution. 51 ' .609 S4 Cincinnati Tompkinsville Sunday afternoon. 59 .553 74 f Cleveland linn. Shermin Hoir's Condition. of West Hon. W. A. aiacCorklc, 63 75 , .543 Chicago Concord, Mass., Sept. 20. The conVirginia, ndds his name, to the long; list Vesuvius Becoming Dangerous. .526 ............... .".j.. 70 ' 63 New York. Ho .519 dition of Sherman noar Sunday night 67 of Statesmen benefited ly 6 NArLES, Sept 26. The eruption of Philadelphia .489 as a ca70 67 heartily recommends Pittsburgh.... was practically unchanged, but his .Vesuvius is increasing in violence, and Louisville .448 01 75 '.'. tarrh remedy nnd tonic. fever was still very high and the crisis .S92 76 49 it is feared that it will assume the pro- Brooklyn .326 91 44 Washington has not yet been reached. portions of that of 1S72. 123-15G7S- Quebec, Sept 26. The international joint high commissioners are getting The Winners: Ch'casro, Louisville and very close together in the matter of Game Between Cincinnati Second Cincinnati and Cleveland Tie. BASEBALL. rl one of the largest factories bi Philadeln vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce. phia, we received from the President &c, &c.. can be found in our market at all times. Thanking you for past patronage, I of the Company a very complimentary a continuance of same. thanks, and in conclusion he stated, solicit "You pre a regular Reconcentkado" TDoyaa&s, in the Wall Paper business. We plead Telephone OJ. guilty to tho indictment We guess may25-l- y "Vfackcy Building, Main St. we are, or else we would never have G. M. W. been accused. Kad-dlsh- Having bouclit in the last 60 days tno of w nil Paper from P S. car-loa- ds cattle, is wiry we have always enjoyed a good share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order thatour Beef, Mutton, Pork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market. Daily-- I'll) i ' I i l wl Vlf3l (Ml tk 'Tk are the best. It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats "We kill first-clas- s Fresh Fish Recieved "Q. '&. y --- CALL AT mmwrn SALOON PARLOR VHEN IN TOWN. VMaxc.oe "YD. brss-I - vJvrWT5E&-- . r fC S.mWer 2t. MANAGER. .&ass&5i 3- ' :"3k'- JS-- N r????f vm ttvrrirs - " "Z. tS&Ss PFr - - X 0000232 Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. mhintxu mm ii?) & 22 .- Wfc'.iSMNMSYTT mmmwm.&9U - O.JU 0010030 000000103471 c--i 10010000272 00002011494 c 9- Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the eity are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-da- i ffPli&nECfe mch2 - 6m 7i tKR D 1 ilsSa "SSSi Ffs &v md-- f te Klttrldgu-Lmpir- semi-conscio- Gov. MacCorkle's Endorsement. Ex-Go- v. Pe-ru-Pe-ru--na Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap. 1WWWMWMWMfcS Second St. Phone 3. BICmLOND, KY. KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. Liimtia, Ij. m v 6 n Crinr, ,n fnrrl Ui U; 01 CMC UIU P UL uuij $g R. US. CITE, PiriiJMt, St. Louis , ...So 17 .255 Robbed the Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject is narrated by him as follows: "I was iu a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back nnd sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three plnsicians bad given mo up. FortunateBitly, .a iriend advised trying ters," and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle oiado a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now n well man. I kn6w tboy saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim." No oneshould fail to try them. Only 50 cents per hot; tie at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. G to W. G. White. Dervishes A;alu Routed. Suakim, Sept" 26. The only organized remnant of the Khalifa's army ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old. Time" Kemedy LITEBABY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition for Literary and Bible Course $22 a year. More than twenty teachers. $10,000 gymnasium. Thousands of successful alumni. Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention. Open to both sexes. For ly27-t- f catalogues address the President. ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Capital Wagons, f "Which is knbwri ixVb'e the best" all", over PJ'.C: - f county and Statg.' ?5r this was defeated in its last stronghold, Gedarif, captured on September 22, after three hours' hard fighting, when an E jyptian force numbering L300, under command of CoL Parsons, routed 3,000 Dervishes, of whom 500 were killed. Three Egyptian officers were wounded and T57 Egyptian soldiers killed and 59 wounded. n The London", Sept. Anglu-Grriua- 2S HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Eecom mends Wrights Celery Capsules. Pahkbksbbho, January-26Y- - ?J 3 Agreement 26. , Va., 1995. According to an w, The Wbiqiit Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Hon. W. A. MacCokkle, t. Aprs Suc-cesso- rs Sapsaparilla O. "For manyyears I have been a constant Gsfferer from kidney troable, aad have trid a number of largely advertised kidney cares without benefit At last a friend advised me to try Avar's Sarsaparilla. The. use &f eight bottles et this rewedy entirely cared .ay Bjatady." Mary Muxes, 1283 Haaeock Stret,.8rakys, K. Y. agreement provides in detail for England and Germany to become joint heirs by purchase of all the Portuguese possessions in Africa. The first outcome of this, the paper says, will be the leasing of Dclagoa bay to , England. Anglo-Germa- n . article in the Fortnightly-Revie- the. of West Virginia. Vo-.Tdarch lathe best for Femtle TrooWcs. Corrects all tTnmiir,,-!tfpM- n rVmiilaOrcans. Should De taken for Ctuie of LHe and before ueiieaies iiuvo biuuu v"u Planters "u fi Titns test for twenty years. CWM-Birt- Pe-ru-n- Mada outy by New Spencer Modiste Co.,' f responsible for the fully developed jag. Cincinnati, ur Commission charges are $6,00 per car for hogs, 50c px head forcattle. Reference "Western German Bank, Cineia-nat- i. ept-l- y Ohio. Perry & Thomas, druggists, suacetsors to W, dec8-lSox broken suriaww, sores, insect O. White. aHd.esp9cial-l- v bids, burns, skin.digeaees V. A- - MacCORKLE fiilos there is one, rolfhble remedy, ABtnbborncorigh or tickling in the "iSTMin Who e&e thtak is a permanent and scienyields "to Ono Minutes Cough l)eYitf.fs Witch JHazel Salve. When throat .ill lo .. rr of eoBie straps uimjj. neuepb n., Uomilouis in effort rnnnhas thf you call ior ajbwiii-It is purely tblBg to potest? tific, euro for catarrh. tou Tonr litem: ttuar rleUt'epor, reliable and inst whalsicpunierfeitsor frauds. Top will not PrntactJOHN "WBRDEKBUiBIsur brissrPatentweaHa. vwre tabic andiworks la harmony witk' AKor. CO, winted. 3t acts Rtvouce. D?1aa.& J be disappointed vntli beWUt'sVitcb Write"WMfeiactfn. D. a, tat tbetr MJH0 prtsa otCet natere: .,-lif -- " ? Beys, sell yr -- It's always the last swallow that is Medicine as a. Gentlemen:1 Your tonic, is certainly unexcelled, and in a number of cases that have come under my observation where it has been used for catarrh, or, any disease which, has its origin in- that malady, it has been lias my of great benefit hearty recommendation both as a tonic and catarrli remedy. all Mifferiaglwitfedifce ftetjoua.pj ;eiti$c a Pe-ru-n- a, Pe-ru-Pe-ru-n- Charleston , W. 9, 189S Co., Columbus, O. been using Wright's since Novem ber, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I first becan taking tbea while at Hot Springs, Atk, under treatment for Sciatic Rlicumat'umJ'IAver 'aad Stomach trouble. Constipation whicbil. had been a long suHerr ,.i',iouBa me Celery Capsules gave moi( great Creljef from thebetrinuine'anabave' iweu- them; ever Bince. With !crevr'ahd--uhfid- I have Gentlemen:Capsules Celery $F l5ftt;it fine line of O. KL RANGES and CIOOIv "STOVES, the most complete line of all class, of wfarrm. (Implements van .Shelf u V .Hardware in. the market " ' "" V ij 5b? f ET "WE ARK PREPARED TCDO BEST;', CLASS TOF AM rA -- y't - - - i c: jl ' ICHMOND, V b Wanted4inldea a Li Wjrfte.. J.HazelSelve. DlitvWl8A 8 BdlfartoMno taBdfwMaTMtteB wasted.. A. 1 -- y - k. rr- M' 'V. J v r- C . ' ir V S3 4 , -- ,4P? z,& it A - 3 &-&- ? J' 'J&t, tor , ir 'Aiit. K - v-- y : ,.j wv c j, " ik-s- mm howi.-ivVwrii5 miarirVvtob3tfgo t; ... Uah I iMuwruir W ' j ,! .tit Saeeewt)"feae4rtordasAiT, ' KY. Mv ui.l 'Atsi t avir. 1&?& .ijmy 't'l fjn KmKB JUBBEhB fTt'pJ.'i-ii-nt-raif- T flt ) t'&.XJi caociJvst. .lo-i- T it ai 'iTS.11. t y- ff t! V a- - r V!"fi ?3? wC 1fe. tya- iit - 1 5 -- i 5.- - iwjar i. M : 'V The Richmond Climax. Climax Printing 1 IN Hodgkin Bros., bought Monday, of Thomas Kaue, near Wades Mill, 1C Mrs. Everett AVitt is Wishing; in head of cattle of about 1,850 average- at 188 rOHLWUKK IVKKV vrKDMSnAY B Shelby. A Friend Put Him on the Track $4.40 per cwt. They also purchased of to Good Health Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith, Jr., were different parties 150 hogs weighing Co. in Cincinnati last week. The to 250 pounds at 3 cents, and Had Been Laid Up forTwc Months from 125of John II. Tomson 10 head of bought Mrs. W. W. Park, of Irvinp, is visiwith Dizzy Spells. Applies to every article in our store. We're making a bona fide effort 1,500 pounds, at J: C )'ioL n - Proprietors aad Editor. ting relatives in the county. have had a stomach trouble for tha cattle, weight about "I to cut down the size of our summer stock, and it's by a tumble in price C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. Mrs. T. E. Baldwin is the guest of past three years and last winter I was so $4.50 per hundred. Winchester Sun. 3 We have a new story for you every day in Notions, Dry we'll do YV. H. Shanks, at Stanford. that I could not work for over two J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports the PRICE Ph.lt YEAR, $1.50. Mrs. have dizzy spells when sale of O. S. Johnson Tuesday as well I would Goods, Clothinnr, Boots and Shoes and Gents' Furnishings. Mrs. Clarence Wallace, of near Lex- months. not get out of bed, and when I could - - 1F9B. ington, is a uest of Mrs. Elizabeth I lying down it seemed as though there attended and things brought good WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 28, was prices. One pair horse muies, 10 nanus Turlev. 45 Zr&iirlirir&iirii'ffii&irf irn n hard Inmti In my stomach. The high, and three years old, brought $140; "3 only 5 Miss Tempie Oldham's millinery medicines given me afforded relief DEMOCRATIC TICKET. mules bold for a time. A friend advised me to try a pair of sixteen bauds aged and oiiuninsr takes place Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I did, and after for $170; a lot of fat hogs, wt. 250 lbs., Friday. FOR CONGRESS, taking six bottles I am glad to say I never at 31 cts ; pair of good feeders, 1 100 Mrs. Kobort 11. McCreary and son, felt better In my life. I do not have any lbs., $47.23 each; 3 tut heifers, $23 to HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, of Chicago, are visiting Mrs. Jas. B. dizzy spells and do not feel the lump In $35 each; heifer calves, $17 23 each; OF SHELBY COUNTY". my stomach." A. Jackson, Passenger yearling Jersey steers, fat $25 each; .McCreary. By., store-rooWard Stevenson, of Ford, is Conductor, P. C. C. and St. Louis Mrs. grade cows, $30 to $35. The principal ANNOUNCEMENT 423 18th St., Louisville, Kentucky. visiting her Aunt Mrs. Claude Smith, foaturo of the sale was beventeon ShortSarsaFOR AUDITOR. on Second Street. horn cattle which brought $1,340. an AVe arc aHtboriied to announce JOHN B. average of $00 58. The highest price, J. Q. Ward, Jr , is improving after a CHKNAULT. of Madison county, a candidate & lor the ofhce of btate Auditor, subject to the very severe spell from typhoid fever. Is the best--In fact the One True Blood ruriner. $1S0 was paid by I. C.Vaumcter for action ef the Democratic State Contention. Insist upon noon's; take no substitute. sthe Wild Eyes bull, Iowa Wild Eyes, Paris Kentuckian. are Gentle, mild, 128361. Winchester Democrat. t&A Wm. Dow ell Oldham, nee Miss Mrs. KS?J FlllS .. All druggists. 25C. Tin: premature null significant talU On Mt. Sterling court day following of a contest by Davison in case Gilbeit Alice Bronston, is visiting her sister, purchases were noted by the Advocate: is elected, indulged in by Ins organ, the Mrs. G. G. Prewitt. C. L. Grigg, of Madison county. Mrs. YV. It. Lloyd was welcomed this excellent young gentleman, as he Richmond Pantagraph, shows tliat FOR TOILET OE TABLE store-roo- m cows of E. home from Lexington on Saturday in "has always displayed the traits we most bought a bunch of 1000-lis the only lioye that its man has of 21c. 9 we offer a line of Towelings, Napkins, R. Little, at admire. warming a seat in Congress for another improved health. Herndon Bros., of Richmond, bought .ji Table Cloths, etc. of remarkable value. Mr. Charles E. Douglas has been Dr. .V. B. Pigg has returned to South two years. Democrats should see that They are from the stock of an over- room in Louisville a bunch of 000-l- b heifers at 3H Mr. Gilbert's inajorety is so large that even McAlester, I. T., after a pleasant visit confined to a dark 9 crowded manufacturer, and were made Herndon wanted about 100 head. for a month, suffering with his eyes. Republican Congress to his old home here. if a thieving Sam Roberts 6old Ben Reeves, of g to sell at much more than these price.. elected, which God forbid, it dare not The many friends of John R. Thomas, Miss Mary Crutcher is visiting her Madison count', a bunch of 900-lThey are without flaw or blemish. The flk-from him. Stanford father, Hon. B. A. Crutcher, at steal the of Lebanon, welcomed him here Wed9 patterns are beautiful and the finish was com- cows at Jeurual. nesday for a short visit. He Winchester Sun. fine. This is an opportunity which The public sale of William Crutcher, vaMr. and Mrs. J. E. Gott, of Hinton, missioned by the Governor at the out Glreguw News grows facetious The should not be neglected by the wise of T. G. Perkins, deCo, administrator West Va., are visiting Mrs. J. K. Gen- break of the war, First Lieutenant and remark-- : 9 housekeeper. It is a chance to replen- regiment ceased, Saturday 24, was largely attendF., 2d. Ky. Volunteers. His 'Nkliolahville celebrated her one try, on Hallie Irvine street. 3 ish the linen closet at half price. remained at Chickamauga until recent- ed. Corn brought $1 00 rer barrel at annher&ary last Friday hundredth Mrs. Harry Miller Winn, of Win00 cents a bushel. CatOWEN McKEE, Lexington. It heap. Wheat outamid a flow of oratory, burgoo, and chester, was the guest last week of her ly it was moved to out next tle, horses and the thousand and one Richmond, Kv. will probably be mustered whiskv. The celebration was a surprise mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller. things usually sold at sales brought month. to nearly everybodv, as it had been Mrs S. B. White and children and fair prices. W. P. Prewitt, Ihe popular iK, It is said that, since the death of his auctioneer of Kirksville, cried the generally thought that the town was 'Miss Anna Freeman have returned to wife. Mr. Sidney V. Rowland has de built by the Moundhuilders." anyRichmond. Danville Advocate. cided to reside in this city with his sales. As Glasgow is only a cackling station Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Severance have daughter, Mrs. Margaret White. Mr. Biggest Land Deal In Years. Home Parlies for migratory ducks the above will be sup- a cawi of "sour grapes." moved into the Dr. Peyton cottage on Rowland was a citizen of Richmond in it. looked upon Logan Avenue. Stanford Journal. is held years ago, and no Dr. George W. Evans, oi this city, v We are sorry to learn that our old Miss Bessie Turlev and Joseph Boggs in higher esteem than he is by the of Stanford, left jesterday to attend Miss Anna citizens of Madison county. Aside last week sold 14,000 acres of mountain friend, Wallace Yarnon, 0 Riohmum for Cor. has deserted the Democratic party and Engleman's house party at Liunietta from the sad circumstances which land to an English syndicate in cabh. The transfer includes the allied himself with the log cabin peo- Springs. bring him to this city, he will receive Ingles saw mill at Irvine, the capacity ple. Wallace has been honored by the rSS Mrs. Ella Dean and daughter, Miss such a welcome as will be some solace of which the new company will eularge Democrats of his county pobsibly to the Agnes, of Jessamine county, have re in his grief. to 100,000 feet per day, putting in the bed-roomeasure of hit deerlp, and has been turned after a week's isit to Mrs. B. By the way, this column would like finest machinery in tho world. They S 3 the recipient of quite a good slice of Cooke Potts. to give another word of welcome to will also erect a large furniture factory usufruct, and it savors a little m the party fill1 dinning-rooMiss Emma Burgin returned last Prof, and Mrs Hagerman, who area and enploy 300 men. As their capital of ingratitude to go over to the enemy charming addition to Lexington's is unlimited, and with the great timber evry because, forsooth, he wanted something wrek from a isit in Richmond, acthe popcrt-- . c social and college circles. She is the land at their command, the dawn of a Well, the old Dem- companied by Mrs. J. D. Rawlins. tJwt lie didn't get. of Alexander Camp- new era for this section is at hand. ocratic party has met with greater Woodford Sun. bell and is lovely, gentle and cultured. This gigantic deal is a reality, consummatMisses Adelaide Everheart, of At reveries in its day, and will possibly One make of Piano may have one, another two, another tr-- . Prof. Hagerman was for several years ed already, the cash having been paid tHrvive this one, so au revoir, Wallace. lanta, Ga , and Lucia Burnam, of oi these properties. S-- J-- c & President of Bethanj College and is over to Dr Evans, who bears his good of Richmond, were guests of Mrs. Arthur A Good Blue Grass Farm thoroughly equipped in every way to fortune with becoming dignity. To The framer and advocates of the Yager last week Glasgow Times. 230 Acres, first-clas- s bring Hamilton College up to au even his unwavering faith ill the future of Uoebd eiertHjii bill claimed that its Mrs. T. S. Burnam and Mrs. Lillie higher standard Lexington Leader. this territory and to his indomitable &,? krt jHteptioa as a Uw was absolutely necesKeane entertained handsomely Miss Kitty Phelps, sister of the late energy is due the introduction of this proven frauds in the many lady friends at the Logan home, sary becaBe of Mrs. Nancy Green, will shortly move foicign capital Dr. Evans has yet . At 2 o'clock, p. m., on the premises for the district, which in ou the Campus, last Friday atteruoon. to Cincinnati, to reside in a comfortable spvyiszj lllk CoHgic-ii-Hipurpose of finally closing up the estate of the nearly 7,000 acres of land left, and beReports from William O. Owsley, Fate E. C. Browning, we will sell to the highest tle last presidential election especially who is at Heudersonville, N. of it home prepared by her nephew, Mr. A. surface of 2,000 bidder on the above date, said well known C, says C Green. Friends of this good wo- neath isthe cannel coal vein acres feet farm on the Athens and Boonesboro turnpike, wore bshv ami flagrant John D. White nine there a Y improved in health he is ery much two and a half miles from Hadin's corner, and consequently south of Winchester. Said farm for several years inveighed against aud is mending rapidly. Lan. Record. man will witness her departure with thick! Jie has contracted to send a is all in fine blue grass and clover, and thereprobably solid slab of this coal, nine feet long departure Her sorrow. -ll-fore ready for any crops requiring strong soil. rascality oftheKepublican cominit-io- e Mr-- . John Feeny aud son are visitIt is abundantly watered by living springs and means her permanent removal as she and a yard square, to the Paris Expoponds and cisterns, and the whole farm under awl made cliarges against it that if ing relatives in Richmond. Mr. Feeny, is about SO years of 'age and is too good fencing, the larger portion 3eing stone sition iu 1900. Successor to J. S. Collins. frame, Has them ail in harrnoniots A ''s t m t sll cities . It n- -i fence. The dwelling a large panes would l.tud the last one of them v. ho went over to spend Sunday, came take care of the old home the When the news was circulated here is one of the best in the county of Clark. Also w"i?5 .. 3 yours, writ; us. ::.. another dwelling of 5 rooms, also barns, stable, in the penitei tinry, ami now comes the home yesterday afternoon. Bonrbon home of the late Francis Marion last week that the deal had been made ESsT'The undertaking department is eom-Xlecribs and others, 2 good apple orchards. News. GoB9 ' rx Green Buyers will find on inspection that we are the sentiment was one of universal den a willing Den. John Ilonry and in charge of Mr. Milward Krown, a offering a really good farm in every particular. Misses Emily White and May Oldcash, balance Mrs. Win. M. Irvine entertained last light at the good fortune of our wideTerms of Sale who testslles as follows: 'I think graduated embalmer and experienced funeral aup3-6equal payments in one and two years from day ham and Robt. French have returned week in honor of her sibter and niecesi awake fellow citizen, who has always of sale. Notes therefor to bear 6 per cent, in1 have been !eaned up lock, stock and home after a pleasant visit to Misses director. Ida Mrs. Addison White and Miss Sunie been in tho forefront of the material terest from day of sale, and a lien retained on the land to secure them, and intwest to be barrel- - Jly ilidacy that the and Katherine Park, at Parkland, near White, and Mrs. Patton, of Huntsville, development of this section, and who PHONE 23.- paid annually. Messrs. Jerry E. Dclph and Sons, the Land Q W. this, section Irvine. Xtretucratic cr of fraud in Ala. Col. David Irvine, the youngest now can enjoy the fiuitsofhis tireless Agents, in Lexington, or the undersinged, will answer all enquiries. 1 Mrs. T. E. Arnold left on Monday for of the four children of his parents, says laborcef the fctnte is not to be discredited. ON WITH YOUR ADS.-N0- W IS THE TIME. '.):'; to her father in Louisville. Her this is the firet time the four have met It should be remarked in this conlaive Hotldng fnrther to say now ." I f a a H. B. & Perry Browning, Agts. grandfather is senior member of the in ten years. He is the , youngest nection that Mr. Charles E. Smith, of lite leaders there will clieat each other Q) Becknerville, Clark county, Ky. famous plow manufacturing company, Mrs. White the oldest, Col. Shelby Ir- this city, the well known land ageut, vwVWVWWWWVWW0WVWWVWWWWWaWVS0V a' J M tbor Hill swindle anybody else and if Brinley, Miles & Hardy. septl Court day Monday Call Settle. Jerry E. Delpli, Auct. M. Ir- engineered the deal, and that Judge Hall Rales lo Lexington Accounl of Ihe Trotvine the second and Mrs. Win. there be those who think the Goebel ting Races At the Mexican Veteran Reunion at vine the third child. All exept Mrs. John C. Chenault, of this city, conductbill aa tmnert aiy enactment, let them Harrodsburg, last week Col. Craddock White reside in this city. The Jatter's ed all the legal affairs of the transacOn account of tho 26th Fall Meeting 0 etedv tlte situ. : iuii in the 11th district was introduced to the audience at the husband, Hon. Addison White, is still tion, ami they share with Dr. Evans the of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed. a a a and hearty and goes to Jackson, credit of conducting the transaction to ers' Association at Lexington, October hale a. wad they will be convi:cil of their opera house by Judge Cardwell as Ala., seventy miles from Huntsville, a successful teimination. Secretary to Methuselah." ticket will be ::. Journal. 4th to 15, 1S9S, round-tri- p ornr. Stauf-M-o Doctor Taylor Ferroll, youngest son twice a week to look after his farm sold from all stations on SouthernlRaib: Capt. VVygant and Sons Safe. IS OUT FOR GOVERNOR. there. .. of Capt. Tom Ferrel, will leave o way in Kentucky at rate of one fare for Our citizens remember Capt. Henry a The Danville Advocate very modesttickets on sale daily for Georgetown to make his home with the round-trip- , IIoh. W. B. Smith, of this city, is an his sister, Mrs II. C. Shinn. where he ly announces the marriage of Mr. Har Wygant and family with distinct pleas- from October 2nd to 15, good to return ,rvJjA to ure. A more refined family never came liprio 0J condidate for the will go to school and assist in their ry Giovannoli and Miss Carrie October 17, 1898. r4 rol Daawcratk; nomination for Governor, large store. 9 KITCTX vJ doubtless leav- to this city, nor a handsomercouple the groom-to-b- e The Meeting at Lexington is the most queenbeen on the sttunp for the party lie of the press than the gallant Captain aud his world, for H At Harrodsburg yesterday Mr. Lacey ing to his partial brethren ly wife. At the outbreak of the Span- celebrated meeting in the almost constantly fur three ears and L. Bright, of this city, and Miss Blanche the pleasant task of embellishing the ish war Capt Wgaut was stationed at harness horses, aud all the crack trothas spoken in nearly every county in T. Dixon, of 0 that city, were united in announcement as best they can. And Fort Douglas, Utah, with the 24th, ters and pacers will contest for Free tbe State He is an 00 in stakes and purses. marriage. They will spend their it is our privilege to add, that no wed- Regular Infantry. His bon, Lieut. Silver Bryan Democrat, and has not honey-moocirFor information, call on nearest in the east. The wedding ding in many years in newspaper Harry Wjgaut, was with the 6th Reguonly the courage but tbe unquestioned w cles will create the pleasant stir and Ticket Agent Southern Ry , or W. 11. as very quiet. anability to iiri iitiin his convictions lelicit the many pretty compliments lar Infantry, at Ft. Thomas, Ky.; Agent. younger son, Benyoard, was a ca- Tayloe, Asst. Gen'l. Pass'r. Mrs. Starks spent Sunday in Rich 4 His legal abih and high standing and such as Harry Giovannoli's. He is other, Louisville, Kentucky. Democracy c mend him to the graces mond with herdaughter, Miss Kathe- known and held in affectionate esteem det at Annapolis. It so happened that Mid-Summer Jury Cold Not Agree. Uncle Dick Phelps came in by the citizens of his town and coun all three took active part in the war, rine of the whole .ate. -very active part indeed. Capt. Wygant trom Mt. Sterling last Thursday where The case against Alex Pence, charged ty, and by all those who are his fortun-at- a lie had been visiting among his old i.v " t i is the ac- was one of only four officers who sur- with killing James Smith, consumed friends. His bride-to-b- e vived in his company. Harry's com- the last three days of Circuit Court. time friends. Midway Clipper. complished and lovely daughter of Much to the regret of her many Mrs. Mary M. Kinnaird, and she is to pany aud his father's were in the great The Court house was filled each day . ! charmed admirers Miss Emily C. B become the happy bride of our gifted battle on San Juan hill, and both were and more than passing interest seemed White, one of the prettiest girls in friend on Wednesday, October 5, 1898. highly commended for bravery. Tho to be taken in the trial. Attorneys for Madison, returned to her home after at the residence of Mr. and Mrs younger son was on his way home from both Lf.XINuTON, Ky. commonweath and defendant a two weeks visit to friends, Misses James Kinnaird, Danville, Ky. To Aunapolis to spend his vacation, and fought the case with equal earnestness. Ida and Katherine Park, of Irvine. them both, in advance, we extend the was in Washington where he volun- After speeches by the attorneys the of many Richmond teered, asking lor orders to sea. Only jury received the case Thursday after Mr. Carlos A. Fish has entered the sincere "BROWER'- S16 years old. Benyoard was at once noon, and Friday evening reportea Southwestern Homoopathic Medical people. OUT- LARGEST HOME placed on patrol duty in N. Y. Harbor that they were unable to make a verto ThisMeans Intended Purchaser. College at Louisville. There is not a FITTERS IN THE EN- V and later on the Havana Blockade dict, whereupon they were dismissed brighter, better boy in the state, genial, S )UTH. ii TIRE where he saw service. The Captain by Judge Scott.-- The jury stood ten accommodating, polite and industrious. Bowex-Settle- s. Dr. Carlos A. Fish will make his mark At the residence aud two younger sons are with Mrs. for conviction and two for acquittal. Wygant, at Ft. Douglas, Utah. Pence was allowed bond in the same of SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIV- E PER The inany Richmond friends of Rev. of Rev. W. R. Lloyd, this city, ThursWygant is now with the 3rd $2,500, which he readily gave. day evening, Mr. BenjamineBowenand Dr. T. D. YVitberspoou will learn with cent on any article you may want. Snel-linK Mi6s Lucy Settles were united in the Regiment at St. Paul, Minn, Ft. profound sorrow of the alarming Said ol Mr. Filzpatriek. d great Here is ample evidence of of that gentleman's health. It holy bonds of Matrimony by that preparation. Over two car loads is too painful to In a letter to the Associate Editor of John G. Fitzpatrick, Mayor of gentleman. Miss Settles is the contemplate, but tbe and a lawyer of considof new aud choice goods put on the Climax, Mrs. Wvgant says: "God Louisville papers say the Doctor can- attractive daughter of M. D. Settles, the mtr floor-- , in the la-- t few days. erable ability, has been appointed As--. OH: prosperous Merchant at Kingston. Mr. has mercitully dealt with mv three ("hair from 76c to $2. not live long. 6istant District Attorney for Kentucky. Rockers from fl.4S up to any Boen is a young and progressive farmer dear ones, who have been permitted to brather-in-laof from $3.50 to $13.50 ; one such as we have been selling The engagement of Miss Ella Har-giprice. return unscathed. But the cruel days Mr. Fitzpatrick is a FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combfourth daughter of Judge T F. of the same locality, and is in every- that have passed, only those who have Congressman David Colson, having Couches from $7.50, $10 and $15 from $5.00 to $18.00. up. Ilargis. of Louisville, and Hon. Jere way worthy of the prize he has won. inations and Iron something new. married that gentleinau'a sister, hence such experience can appreciate. Our Parlor Sifts complete from $18 up. South, Lieutenant Governor of Argallant regiment has suffered great loss, his success in knocking this perismlied Room .Suits from $12.50 up. kansas, is announced. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever county man, The marriage and the homecoming will be a sad one." mon. John is a Madison ever exhibited in Richmond. was will take place at the home of the and it is our understanding that he G&ml Sspuimeni Wiiiajis. To Mr. and Mrs. B J. younger days. Of bride December 7. Believes in Advertising. a Democrat in his CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties inWilliams, Friday, a daughter. The prettiest private turn-ou- t The Busy Bee Cash Store has so this, however, we are not certain. from $3.50 to $7.25 are such as we have been selling' ever cluding Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. "Will now signalize itself. Well on the streets of Richmond was that many inducements to offer the public Since he got iu tho Colson current he at $5.00 to $10.00. made CtirpetB with style and of Miss Mamie McRoberts, of DanSIDEBOARDS Any style desired. they were compelled to tint more has hod plain sailing in many ways; tone priced purposely low. e nor do his mends oegruugenim me ville. It is a vehicle and Hemp Carjiets, lGje pcryard.-Ingraii- i Just as we go to press we hear of the space for their ad, which will be found lnrge success that has come his way. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. when occupied bv some of our prettiest offerCtrpets, 25c, 40c, 50c death of Mr. Robt. Prewitt, w hich oc- in this issue of the Climax. By 50c, 53c. COc. Unissels Carpets. girls, guests of Miss McRoberts, it creCENTER TABLES 75c to $8.00 in Ash, ing these inducements tho Busy Bee B. J. Newlon's Owenton Herald. curred at the home of his son, Mr. G. G. Velvet Carpetp, 75c, 85c. 90c ated a sensation on Main Street expects to enjoy the largest patronage Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple Foot Ball Club. Mattincs. Oil Cloths, and all floor Prewitt, in Richmond yesterday after this fall andjwiuter ever experienced by Mr Edwin L. Van Winkle, formei-l- y noon. The burial will take place at 10 and Mahogam. requisites. from 75 cents to $2.85, are such as we have been selling Richmond had the best base ball is not only a pleasure dT Danville, was here last Saturday. o'clock this morning at Caswell Prew- - that house. It for $1.00 to $4.00. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproteam in this section this summer, and on account He is with the celebrated itt's private buryingground. Mr. Prew- to deal with Mr. Oldham ductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n of tho grade of goods ho carries, but she now proposes to have equnlly as Electric Co., 313 West Fourth street, itt was a man of many noble trails of good a foot ball club. The memball and made and painted by Cincinnati, and aside from being one character and many friends in this because you are cordially welcomed hand--S- ee at $1.50 to $3.40, are such as we have Them. of tbe pleasantest of companions is a county will regret to hear of his death. into his house whether you aro there bers are: Joe Gentry, captain; Joo 'S been selling from $2.00 to $4.50. skilled electrician and thorough gentle " He was a brother of Allen Caswell and to buy or visit lor inspection. The tTevis, Albert Gentry, Will Maupin, CHAMBER SUITS Tn Mahogany, HungaBuying should begin in earnest man, emporium make it Sohn Sexton, George Devore, Buck Clifton Prewitt and Mrs. J. D. Reid, of clerks in this vast Maple, Oak and Ash. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Johnson, Clade Devore, Rufus .Stone this weok. Not only is the price Mr. Neville Moberly. of Richmond, th is county. MtSterling Sentinel Dem- pleasant for tho customers, who never and Jennings Manpin. Teams desiring right, BUT we have prepared a fail after the first visit to return again. ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. at $1.00 to $3.75, are such as we have glorious urra of tempting styles spent several days here last week the ocrat. dates should notify Jennings Maupin, 1 READ AD. for your inspection. guest of friends Misses Anne Ben- been selling at $1.50 to $5.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. secretary. , A Coal Oil Cure. lett and Sarah Shackelford who have MORRIS CHAIRS $4,75 to $18.00. The wife of Rev. Alfred Lusby was Awarded been tie charming guests of Miss Sue $1.00 toward Si.OO. l-3ifc? Railey for two weeks, returned to recently bitten by a spider and was in Highest Hdnors World's Fair, of this paper will bo Tho readers at 35 cents to $2.10 are' great suffering. Whi6key and other their home at Richmond Tliurfcday. pleased to learn that there is at least one We are too busy to give a full list of our immense dreaded disease that science has been such as we have been sell remedies were used without effect. Vers. cor. Woodford Sun. stock, but assure yon that anything you may need you" can find at our new quarters. able lo cure in all its stages, and that ing at Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. Through the efforts mainly of Mrp. Finally her physician gave her a spoon-fu- ll is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the of coal oil and bbe was relieved in Sarah G: H. Cheuault, of Richmond, only positive cure knowu to the medical fraternity. Cattarrh being a conRegent of the Boonesboro I hapter a few minutea. Owenton News. stitutional disease, requires a constituare prices that you can't afford to overDjughtrs of the American Revolution, Elder, Llod Delivers The Address. tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure DAY TELEPHONE 76. the movement to erect a monument to Tho 10th district convention of the look when you intend buying, and everybody knows is taken internally, acting directly upon NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. Boone ou the site of the fort at C- W. B. M. will meet at the Christian Daniel the blood and mucous surfaces of the " Saxve means at what a system, thereby destroying the foundat oooneslioro is well under way. The church here Kept. 29, and hold three tion of and giving the pamenoy necessary has nearly all been sessions. Mrs. Wiliiam Severance is Wfaen the City Hake Yonr tient strength by building up tha conraised. "Winchester Sun. the president of the local auxiliary stitution ,and assisting nature in doing Headqiarters With its work The proprietors have so much Mr. Green Clay came down from and will deliver the. address of welfaith in its ccrative powers, that they Cincinnati last week and was cordially come. Miss Anne H. Shanks, the offer One Hundred Dollars for any welcomed by his many old friends secretary, will preside over the meetcase that It fails to euro. Send for list M here. Mr. Clay is practicing law in ing. Rev. W. R. Lloyd, of Richmonn, of testimonials. Addreaa F. J. CHENEY & CO., the Quetin City, and aside from his edu. will deliver a missionary address at MOST PERFECTsMADE MAIN AND BROADWAY, calienal3tnes8 is a lawyer by birth night. The district is composed of the A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frs Toledo. O. T)rlliite.7o. Tbe Cftti&r, T1k! Fwriiiwr, , ' Skier, latter. Knln hr Lexington, Ky. anrl hn (i also a man in the hifhuct counties of Madison, Garrard,' Rock-- : from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, Hall's tee best. f0 1 " sense. Wo shal crpeel great things o caslle and Xiqcolu. $apforil' Journal. 4dYEA$S THJ STAHOAW, ffftt-if- . "" x- ' "i P S ft "A - PERSONAL. Conductors Story Stock News. HAVING n m Reduction of Value; OBTAINED it rM SSESSION m, Hood's tj ji parilla effec-nOOQ-S b J Si b e Nicho-lasvill- e. 2c. a-- - nt $45,-00- grand-daught- er by Of my entire reason of the removal of the Water Light Office, I now have greater room capacity than ever for my stock of is furniture. The about 40 feet wide by 160 feet deep, all in one apartment, and here are shown more furniture and more rieties of furniture than is contained under one roof Conseside of Lexington. quently, I can show you thing you want and can ply your needs, in attention to the mammoth nst display windows; in one is a set, in the complete other a This exhibition is outfit. PUBLIC worth seeing, whether you desire to buy or not. Everym - ?P -- K0 K SALE ! m m BEPTM, POWER. QUILLITY, RESGSJHJIGE, Srm5eS.tl,:- - Lo-ga- u thing kept in a metropolitan furniture store. Tue5daij.0ct.ll98, i ls e rV4 fee-ble- to ra8 If. -- t&&rA&SJi svcj cwtj' "- LMptj te muno, two-stor- y .' lt-iblisa- S AVil-o- wit-H05- s, Ft Wayne Organ Ft Mayn " V One-thir- d H T - ii-- it lilig tf - "ex-Priva- te :v to-d- .......... "." Everybody Knovs (lj v5g! (9 oBe8easaac99a I "a & 4 tttogiatieatg)go(tioattiitsotiti peHly-announc- Kiu-nair- d, ls $75,-00- out-and-o- ut n Our Great v ill -- uil lU rower&Co Clearance Sale IS NOW GOING ON. a Srsatki & JrT &$ Not Baltimore and Ohio BUTf The well-wish- MARRIED- lie Biggersiaff f urniiure Lieu-teua- ut g. con-diti- ve WE Oldham J A" Rev-crne- gh s, w Our Mei's Suits OUH YOTOG MEN'S SUITS 2r Read What we Have to Show I BIRTHS k DEATHS. two-hors- Knee Pants Suits Post-Glov- "SaT... 5&I soil mmm, Our Hats !SrThese Clearance I'll - CREAM e, BAKING ii CF.Brower&Co POVVDfR H.J. STRING, - Jte FftUiIly-PUlBar- ' lit IlGEfiSW M e sept-7-lr- a. 1: . 4 " iray-i- 1k IP - )0 liogs" weighing dsat 3i cents, and 1A x I'on Wi -- HI ' HAVINI - iveuuuiuii ur mmc5 $ -- CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT The Republicans denied this to tho people, Reported every Tuesday at noon by but taxed eerything used by the E. Deatherage & Co., Staple and Winchester Democrat. Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. The Grand Jury of tho Franklin EGGS 10c cash; lie in trade Circuit Court returned indictments BUTTER -- Choice country, 1015c. against the various coal dealers of B EES W AX-20Franklin on the ground of collusion or "WOOL Clear grease wool, lG13c; formation of a trust to fix tho prices hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 2oc. for the sale of coal. labor-ingman. liclioiil Produce Market. tax" as a Tub Democrats demanded an "income war revenue measure. 25e. CHEESE-Connt- ry, 10c. GO. TIMOTHY SEED-$1.CLOVER BLUE GRASS ed, 50 fi5c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, pure seed. Sl(g$1.3o. 501 SEKD-$3.50$4.00. SEED-Stripp- NEW POTATOES BACON-8J1- 0c. HAMS-10(?- llc. 4050c; becomes field secretary of the Kentucky Local Option Commute would make Cynthiana his home, but the Climax s ates that he will continue to reside in Richmond. Cynthiana Democrat. His many friends hero hoped that Dr. U. V. Young, in tho event that he i ;0j At Eminence Circuit Judge Carroll handed down a decision that no buildSI .23. ing and loan association lias the right HON. JOHN B. CHENAULT. to make an assignment. He set aside As Trustee .f J. C. ' u the assignment of the Eminence BuildIn our last issue appeared (he at ing and Loan Association and ordered noiinreuient of Hon. John 15. Chenault, the case referred to the receiver of the of Madison county, as a candidate for court. Sell to the highest bidder, oi. the Democratic nomination for Auditor ises. near Siiver Creek Jstati.,n The handsome editor of the Cynthiaof Kentucky, but the authority for L.&X 11. 11., the follow na Democrat had nine otlers of marMr. IJrutcs J. Clay, the Republican same was received too late to make land : editorial comment at that time. A life- riage on the following announcement member of the Flection Commissioners XO. 1 Known as the v of Madison county ithe others aie Mestime acquaintanceship not only with last week. Place," contains "The Democrat offers a specenl prem- srs Jno. U. CI en u t and W. J. Lang-forJohn Chenault himself, hut with al73 Acres, More or Less. ium of SoO for the handsomest and recently gave out an interview most his entire family, qualities us to On Thursday, Sept. 29, 1S9S, This is the place on h n speak intelligently of tho man and his most charming old maid between the on the new Klectiou Biil. If the othancestors. Descended from one of the ages of :!0 and 43 years who appeals at er counties in the rotate are represented I WILL on the above day offer at pub now lives. It has on it a ... Residence, barn lie sale, on the premises, at 11 o'clock ami all necessary outbuilding. oldest, best and mobt highly respected the Street 'Fair, l'iie w inner is to be- by such firm and fair gentlemen as Mr. families in Kentucky a people who come ihebndeof theediloi and prompt- Clay his party need fear nothing from my faun of ,. five acres are in young s. he entries are to the Goebel Biil. Mr. Clay will have balance in It liesin t for years hnvo have been noted for ly return the $50. on the commission who 160 Acfh of Qood Blue Gr&ss La.ndv of two pikes and is within mi, , their high order of intelligence, strict assemble at the 6tarliroieiy on b'ridny two of the Silver t reek depot I.. v . morning at 11 o'clock, where they wilt will juin with hiinin seeing: that exact integrity, open hospitality ami pure XO. 2 Known as the I; c ,a " Democracy, John C. Chenault is a b3 entertained by Messts. Rush, Wal- J, .uul "" "e co,"me"" Situated about G .idles from Lexington, Place," contains ker, Blair anil Moi.buii until the etliur .... - .... .....,.,. t worthy scion of his rare -- and a man .. n the r iwi'i" "v-- no,, m v wie mciiniiiiiii piKe, oenig onjunc- - luo 11"" ebl WOre Or LtaS. Walnut Mill pike mile irmn its who would honor the position should arrives and makes his selection. Xo law and give it a trial. w lth the loim-naineil. Almiit 1.. tloll 'I'l.rn, ..1 I ....... nn.: !:.... ...:. he be nominated and elected Auditor b. ting and scutching alluued." ' in in .,,,. grass- tne ntlier in v.neat and . k, . . '. ,....i L.iayt "1 think it is quite hxely thai of Kentucky. In the prime of a vigorIt is abundantly supplied w it., Uir Judgk Caxtkjm, has re.i.Iered a the Democrats wi'l cotne out ahead in ous young manhood, of line presence .lMBer"'a,!d U Pike and fencing Dwell- - ttJT pis.e. the Rich.,,,,,,! ,., and affable manner, known to he decision in tavor of the Louisville Dis- theXoeinber elections in Kentuckv.as ;!, il anuui patch in a suit to compel! the State thev have under ih. Goel.el eWii,,.. L TWO vroiCY CB6IAXTI A ' thoroughly competent for the discharge the Silver Crrek depot. It l,a ' BRICK HOIVF. of s Ic.oins, Halls gootl cottage; SO acres are in of tho duties of the position he seeks, Ainiiior to nay for the iniblication of law, ah the voting machinery m their ,,., Pv ,. i,.,r era the ollicial proceeding:, of the legisla- hands and it is fair to assume that tm-and a Democrat without guile, it is I ot barn, brick servant's iiousefice house ' wheat stbble and balance in Ii.m. XO. 3 Known as the oshers. orchard of good surprising that after a candidacy of ture This was the iirst suit ever wilt make use of their advantage. All brought in the bate to compeil an of- parties, as Uwl' s,ul,,t; tr,,,e over tl,e I'1"' " " Place," contains only a few weeks it is already conceded experience bh ws utilize mall woodland pasture. 227 Acres, filore or Less. that the man who beats him for the ficial to pav such a bill, and n's dollars eve. J ci.cumstauce m their favor, and ,illd OI1 examjIlatiOI1 tI,at t ISuvers will am 0,reril, nomination will he the next Auditor oi to mnts that had the money been go- 1 do not know that one is any better a g..od faun. My advanced age and! This tract has two goo. t. our State. Mr. Chenault is chairm.ui ing to the Couriei .Journal or I.uio-viil- e than another m this respect. The law 1""" health adm- nisii me to ahandon houses on it, and is snsceptil. t C minis eial, no .sun oiild have ..ught, how ever, to be repealed, as pursuits, hence ing divided into two pare Is ... of the Madison County Democratic it i f,,rtl,tjr active ouii.. ftiuiti size, witn a nouse mi ..i an. I was dining tiio memo- been ineessaiy to get the m.nev. Be- unfair ami p.itisiin. Still as long as It ..jMr. George Kishback. who Committee 'and good a is ou the statute books, it should be res the place, or Messrs. J. E. resides on acres are water on Iwth. 'In,-., rable Presidential campain of IfeSJO, and sides, the Auditor has Detph A in com,.'? in toba. .. to the courts pected; the su est wav to get rid of an "oils, the IjiikI Agents, will show the ance in to his tireless elforts is due to a great reputation lor There are tv five acres oi extra fine timiiei measure the large vote polled for with State nutters, but it is not yet re- obnoxious law is to strictly enforce it." pUce at any time. .My terms, given at sale, shall be ver farm Bryan in .Madison county. Knowing folded that lie has eer been sustained ROBERT J. KKY. siberal. A Little Sniffle. SO. 4 Known as the 'Dick ( In a single centeiition Winchester him as we do, and lor bo long, it gives P. O. Walnut Hill. Kv. bell Place," contains Sun. ' J. E Dei.imi, or a stubborn cold, or a us pleasure to bay to the Democrats of Auct'r. nugSI-t- f cough can he cured lor good with Dr. 53 Acres, Blore or Less. Kentucky that in our opinion they tivli's Ho.w John Henry Wilson 1'hls tamoiis could not possibly do better than to candidacy l..r the Kepuhlican says his remedy, taken in time will stop tne This tract has a gootlte'ieine T name as their candidate fur Auditor lion for Circuit Judge proxes iiomtiin progress oi coiisuuipuon an.i bring ttie uu it, !1IU is a" miiurerami a ' I that the I g I this deserving young Madison county Democratic eiy of fr.uut m the moun- coior oi neaiui to the palid ctieek. NO. 5 Known as the II 9 - l'lace, contains uiuggisis sen it. xl Democrat-an- d if they do so, to viitity tains is not to be discredited. he will surely cam their banner in STATE OF KENTUCKY, Augist Term, 63 2 Acres, More or Less. It matters not what John Henry Wil-- s CORRESPONDENCE. Madison County Fiscal Court August 2,, 1893. November, 1899. Mt. Sterling m says; everv man who has watched This tract has on it a:ro.i dw.-It appearing to this Court that Madi- e and blacksmith sj.,,;, the course of affairs in the mountains si.n county did on the dav of ' VALLEY VIEW IS , subscribe One Hundred and store and shop occupv fin. knows that the Democrats have been Hon. John B. Chenault, of RichIt is all in clover'and i'wenty-fivThousand Dollas, i$VJo 000) defrauded fearfully in several of the ..,.. No. 0 Known as the J.hii mond, candidate for the Democratic i Mrs. G A. Roy has returned from a to the Lanital stuck (if tin. counties where the Republicans hal nomination for State Auditor, btoppeil pleasant stay of ii few days with rela- Xicholasvilie, Irvine and Beattvville' uel1 Place," contains Umlroad Company , ami that bonds on off here Sunday on his way to Mi. entire control of the machinery, and t tives at Indianapolis. 1ml. Madison county to the amount of One 197 2 Acres, More or Less. would have been worse than crimiial Sterling, renewing old acquaintances Wesley Kidwell. of Clinton, county, Hundred and Twenty-livThousand had the Democrats stood idly by and This tract has ou it a and making new ones. Mr. chenault Dollais ($125,000) were issued and sold and a tenement house, dwelling, .ii let it be continued. That's what makes is visiting relatives near here. and can to pay said subscription and that Thir-.ee- n be divided is a good politician, a splendid gentleinto two pieces to sinthe Gcebel law all right. If we are C. W. Sanders and wife celebrated Thousand Dollars ($13,000) worth chaser. (in man and made a favorable impression K acres caught cheating under it, send us to the the first anniversary of their daughter, of said bonds have been redeemed or in young It has and42i in corn,m clover, acres with the people he met here. WinCarlisle .Mercury. penitentiary May Inice Sanders, Tuesday Septem- redemption provided tor and all the pasture. chester Sun. interest has been paid or provided for ber 20. About a dozen tots were pres- up to July 1st, ISiK), audit appearing "1 will also offer for sale s The next Congress will be MS. CHENAULT'S ent, enlivening the occasion with solos, that of said bonds there are still CHANCES GROW is, if the people of this coun- duetts that particularly belong bonds to the amount of One Building Lois ia BRIGHTER AND BRIGHTER. to the try cm be hotiglit up, and that is the hiliy kingdom. Ilundreland Twelve Thousand Dollars ($112,000) issued for said purpose and Tracts Xos. 1,2.3,4 and .". aie .. Hon. John B. Chenault, of Richmond, present plan of the leaders of the The protracted meeting at Bethel that said onds are all now subject to who baea fabulous sum within 2 miles ot SuKer Ky., is in this city. Mr. Chenault is a continues with large congregations at call, and are bearing interest at the rate the Stanford Branch of Creek .ki. . i;. the L. of 5 per cent per annum payable semicandidate for State Auditor, subject to at hand to del aucii the snirnie and every seevices. annually, the question of calling in said R., and tract No. 0 is within e.t" the actiou of the Democratic party. He prevent the election of a Democratic Is justice meeted out to all the same? bonds and issuing and substituting tanceof Whites Station, on the Ki I is n rising young man and has done Congitss that would surely turn the Does K ville Branch of the she have her favorites on which therefor new bonds of Madison county. are all fine farming L. & X wellRw at. rearch-ligh- t on the late maladministia-tio- n lands, service in the ranks of h;s party in the Kentucky, not exceeding the said unhridled liberty? The amount of $112,000 of our war. A dispatch from to bestow having been pre- and well improved. past, and is said to possess ample qualiAny one wishing to examine t Vanceburg tays: moining a writer knew a man about three years sented to this Court and the Court befications for the position to which he farms before day prominent Republicjin bo.isted that the a;;o, whether in the right, or in the ing advised is of the opinion that con- J.C.ADAMS at bis of sale can cal - Chenault, notwithstandaspires. Mrhome, near wrong, who was taken by the strong siderable moiiey may be saved to MailPostofliee, or the undersigi.e .r ing he is a banker, is known as an ar- administration was backing J mlgo Pugh arm of the law 's m county by calling in the said out- Richmond. and dent free silver man, upon which fact lor Congress, and thatSlo.OOOwasbeii g misdemeanor which incarcerated for a standing bonus and issuing: ami sul sti- has been done tilting there for new bonds of said coun . furnished him on which to make his TERMS. of the pun wo heartily recommend him to the several times in this the past ty, not exceemng One Hundred and money must be paid January 1st. Democratic voters in this neck of the raco to insure victory. The profession- year d July 1st, 1699. aiid bala twelve thousand Dollars ($H2,C00) the with greater violation of the inwoods. Tho Gleaner would be pleased als are consequently jubilant." .. ,.i- than the first committed To be plain, amount of the present outstanding January 1st. 1900. with le".il rate The idea is to dump sufficient money to see liini receive the nomination for bonds, to be in denominations not less terest from day of sale. Purchaser in evtry doubtful district to insure a party or parties have brought whiskey than $300 nor more than $1,000, and be required to give bond with appr.m.i Auditor. Henderson Gleaner. Republican majority in the next house. in packages into this community, tap- payable at such time within not less security. Lieu will be reserved to Mb. John B. Uiexau.lt, of Madison Democrats, be up and doing, organize, ped same and issue! il out to any and tiiaii eight and not exceeding fortv secure deferred payments. years, as this The right to seed any of these lands county, was in the city .Monday. He and come to the polls to kill by jour all that Rime and said, name is ou to the issue ofcourt may hereafter prior immediately will be given the pun misaid bonds think proper. is a candidate for the nomination for votes this dastardly and openlly "con- the paper for half gallon." How long The said bonds to bear interest not ex- ser. Possession will be given January State Auditor and will secure the sup- fessed scheme to thwart the will of the is this flagrant violation to go on? ceeding 4 per cent per annum, paj'able 1st, 1S99, when terms of sale are with. to be sold at not less than In conjunction with tho above I have port of this county. Mr. Cbenault's people. iCSTAt same time and place I will been reliably informed that some nam par. pedigree as a Democrat is all O. K. He It is therefore ordered that this Court sell 35 Cattle, 20 Yearhn,' Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, who right uuder the dome of a church is a young man. A well posted young will on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, Cattle. 7 Milch Cows and Calves. seven man on politics, capable and not an un- spent Thursday in conference with house the past week has sold wine to 1S9S, enter an order calling in and Work Mules, three Yearling Mules, 17 scrupulous politician. At present he is Senator .Lindsay, has returned to his the youth who attended church. Inthe Commissioner of the sink Head of Horses, 40 Stock Hogs.b n.ws Chairman of county committee. Mr. home in Hart county. While Gen. toxication followed, drunken, debauch ing fund of said bonds to call m all of and Pigs, 1 set of Blacksmith TcN, 1S99, and Wagons, Harrows, Cultivators, dou'ie Chenault has many relatives and friends Buckner's visit is claimed to have been ed, tliey would enter the house where said bonds on January 1st,on win at said time, purely social and personal, it is known the work of God was being proclaimed. 4th, 1S9S, order that new bondsOctober and single Plows,. Corn Planters, Mowin this county and will undoubtedly to the ers, Binddrs, Cutting-Box- , and all other also that the political situation was Shame. A supreme got the instructions of Montgomery duty rests upon amount of $112,000 be issued and sold implements necessary to con duct a large as herein before indicated. discussed by tho Senator and the late the people of a community M.Sterling Advocate. farm. I will also sell some Hay in the that allows It is further ordered that this Court's Vice Piesideutial nominee on the such to bring reproach upon the contemplated action in this matter be stack and the growing corn crop It. C. O. Benjamin, of Lexington, National Democratic On personal property, all sums of $lo church in a christian community. published in the Richmond CuiiAxand ticket. and under, must be paid the colored candidate for the Republi cash; for Though Senator Lindsay is Wheie is our law! Who administers Richmond Register, two newspapers of sums above $10 purchaserinwill be recan nomination for Congress, don't Madison county, Kentucky, for atleast quired to give note with approved secuon the subject, his frie,.,?s justice? intend to be ignored by his party. He say that he has practically left the Miss Mary Jones, the eldest daugh- thirty days before October 4th, 189S,and rity, payable January 1st, 1S99, wit'J says he means business, and serves this National that further notice of this Court's con- interest from day of sale. or Gold Democratic organiza- ter of Mr. and jtfrs. T. J. Jones.and Mr. templated action in this bond matter notice: S? AH persons having against tion, and desires to get back iuto the by printed J. H. Sallee were married at the home be given contemplated posters setting J. C Adams will present claims proper'If I am dealt with fairly in the con fold of the regular them, forth such action posted ly verified organization, or the brides parents last AVednesday, vention and am defeated, I pledge my- When asked the at the five most public places in each Madison to the undersigned, atPerseveral days ago if Ie Rev. 0. J. Young Xational Bank, at once. voting precinct of Madison countv. self to support the nominee, whoever ou.u officiating. maue speeches for Hobson in Kentucky, for at least thirty days before sons indebted to the said J. C. Adams he may be. If by auy chicanery or the Third Appellate District, Senator JVZIVBY. Octobsr 4th, 1S98, and this notice shall will call and settle with theundersisned alight of hand trick I am not gheua Lindsay be given by publication of this entire at once. said he was very much interfair show, I shall take the field inde- ested in the said newspapers for four "WALLSS BSN2TETT, Jiiss Mattie Moore, a charming order pendently and show the white Repub- hasn't in Hobson's success, but that he and for at Assignee. yet been invited to appear on young lady who has been visiting consecutive weeks said October least sept-t- ds thirty days before lic tns of the Seenth Congressional the stump 4th, as the exponent of Democ1898 and by copying this entire order uiss jena Clinton, has returned to District how insignificent is their racy. in printed posters in the inannerabove her home in Clark. vote." indicated, for at least thirty days prior Gen. Buckner did not "We are all glade to outline his fuSo far not a single Republican nanr ture hear that Mr. T. to October 4th, 189S. political course, but it is ..,ia P.. Xewby A Cory Attest: in the district has yet made any menis improving in health. All persons knowing themselves indebted to tion of the candidacy of the colored stoodMiealso regards th J0H1T P. vTHlTE, The boys and girls, of this neighborthe estate ot the late Dr. J. 31. Foster, will call Buckner party as a dead" organization ' and settle same at once or accounts will b Clerk Madison County Fis&l Court. brother. hood, have attended the Bethel meetplaced in the hands of an politically.. for collection ing several nights. Bro. Bryney was By Tnos. TnoaeE, D. C. MBS J . 31. FOSTER. septT-f- w. sepiH-tLARD 78)3c. MILLET $1.00 i -- The Republican party is getting widely apart from the imperialistic notion. The comments of tho "Iowa State Register," which we believe is General Clarkson's paper, and is the leading journal of its party in the State, are to the point. He thinks that if we are to hold on to all the flag has floated over Iowa will be called on for two regiments, and as there will be no volunteers to go to Manilla or Cuba, a draft may be necessary. The "Register" asks: "Shall Iowa resort to the draft or will the Iowa expansionists come forward and enlist to the extent of whatever troops may be necessary from this State for garrison duty in the most deadly climates in the world, to thus give the practical proof that patriotism influences their howls for annexation? We do not believe that any American citizen should be compelled to serve in garrison duty in those deadly climates, and certainly those who are clamorous for annexa tion of all the disease cursed islands should prove their good faith by en listing for the garrison duty necessary to "hold all we have captured." there Friday night and delivered a very interesting sermon. Supt. Wafers visited our school last week and reported it to be one of the best schools in the county. He said it was the only school that had a library. Mrs. C. D. Turner is our teacher. Miss Fannie Holman and Mr. O B. Allgood, of Xicholasville, spent Thursday with Miss Mattie Holman. Mr. Jake McCord, of Richmond, visited Miss Anna Million Sunday. Miss Fannie Potts, who has been visiting her cousin, T. J. Potts, has re-- , turned to her homo at Irvine after a pleasant visit. Mrs. Speed Taylor, of Ruthton, is vistitmg friends in Lexington. Our Sunday school is still in progress with a large attendance Rro. Young was with us Sunday. Truth wears well. p. learned that DeW,tt I Risers are reliable little pi lating the bowels, curing and sick headache Th v Douglas & Wells. cF-- . ! i Uftiltf, STOCK, -- A cn;? AM- Farnjileffleits! PUBLIC SALE!' bMijfSnuBta ;;, -1:- Fayette County Blue Grass Farm. - i d) 1- -2 . ( corn-cri- . I 1 blue-gras- es I ' 4 mo , ' . ... r'i r - nT?ft . t" i. "i ...... PuC' un one-na- . 11 y n,,i.;;lt .',..,. i j j , , ... -- j - bu-me- ss , ' - ' . blue-gras- s. . deep-se;.te- d 1- -2 y. I Courier-- Journal. jIg iVV u ., IL. Jj SVvSyl .- i ( 1-- Sentinel-De- mocrat. i store-bous- ti-- i l,',.-l- I ( 1-- e - . -- Republi-caii-th- at out-siandi- km ki . -- I i . -- , . One-thi- rd I -- sec-io- n - oue-thir- ! i emu-plie- d semi-annuall- y two-year-o- ld to-w- it: close-mouth- ed -- Creditor'sNotice car w Pnim.j Admr'x. :3BnBHH im - Pi ?? i" S v. fZ7&7K7W:7&7Wl7&7&7RsZR?lKnl i WW l Vi N ?MfV MK-- X M VSfZN' 1V t A i K-- : To have good lessons, good health and to be happy is to wear a pair1 of Henderson Little Eed School-Hous- e Shoes. L II x1LISTENO r 11 I ""'""'""' ks S? 'VM M i Mi MkV VAk::Ws Al v X ,A .fwtf Srore than twenty million free sam-ple- h of DeWitt's Witch Haz"l Salve have been ilistribolel by the nmnafac-turerWhat betttr proof of their confidence in it's merits lo you want? It cures piles, burns, pcalds sores, in the shortesls space of time. Douglas. & Wells. If a girl suffers from chapped lips she nevey blames the chaps. ' The bestmedicine you can take is that which builds a 6olid foundation for health in pure, rich blood Hood's Sarsaparilla. it s. They are Stylish. -H n M fri CM. HFND&R5GHIV &&$& V 3p? l""w TJ SSs 1 THEY WEAR. It a man speaks without thinking he's apt to say what he thinks. Chronic Liurrhoca Cured. f44. 4 This is to certify that I have had chronic diarrhoea ever since the war. I got bo weak I could hardly walk or do LM ms iMs S CAST ! - THEIR OFF I N9 --- 5- S' N J ff ST - -- ' W lW"r4 i- - uwaflHwisifs Wter i i YVt iA I .1 "il Vl $rl . r43tffiiW??C inn f3 .wwil 1 B wmm IT" s fa T ; M rn r-- n lift A anything. One bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me sound and well. J. 11. Gibrs, Fincastle, Va. I had chronic diarrhoea for twelve yeaie. Three bottles of ChamberlainV Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv Lined mo. S. I THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE iusy Bee Cash Store Is Now THIS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT WILL LONG BE REMEMBERED BY THE PATRONS OF "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION" FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAINST On! Mcfi' x fsssur 2& THEY SATISFY. THEY FIT. Vrf lore our flcosAnVsdioo. lore ow gmlc teote ' - Rk "Bf""F ' WeKSTsZKim sir- , . i-- - l gg- - A Fincastle, Ya. Both Mr. Gihbs and Mr. Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fincastle, Ya. They prewired the remedy from Mr. W E Casper, a druggist of that place, w ho is well acquainted with them and will vouch for the truth of their statements. For sale b; Perry & Thomas, Druggist lm A doctor is up against a stubborn case when the patient comes of a long-live- d Siiavkk, High Prices & For The People! RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S NEVER DID THE CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. HIGH-CLAS- SOLID OlsTIX" IB" t family. Made a New Man of Him. tSBeisi.-207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY. S? i?NN N'9N'NI2'N'NN'IS'N'I9N'9N Proctor Knott Cigar. ff 8fi8dsiiBi S jj r M Q Q Bryan, Ohio,. Tan. 13, 1S97. Gentlemen: For years I had been suffering from indigestion. Had a poor appetite and could not eat anything containing grease and had constantly a worn out feeling. After using three 50c bottles of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 1 am now able to eat anything my appetite craves and can say it has made a new man of me. Eli Bowen. B. L. Mfddelton sept-- 7 lm We know we are "Loaded to Bar" and many a cold chill will creep over our competitors when they hear the Startling Low Prices we are making on all lines of goods that crowd our shelves and counters this season. We are showing the greatest variety of Dress Goods seen outside of the large cities this season. All the new things in Crepons, Epinlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert Cloths, Serges, Fortugus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings, and when you get your Dress from any of the "Great Busy Bee Cash Stores" you can feel assured that nothine of a later Design or Pattern will be shown you. Having purchased the entire line of Mixtu-iefrom one of the leading New York Houses, we will offer them as long they last for 23c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool f Dress Goods in Fancy s The Richmond Climax. Wilson, The Poet JPainler. poet-laura- te Mr. Robert Burns Wilson, tho Read advertisement heading this of Kentucky, whose fame as a column. painter is scarcelessly less great than W I MVESDAY JSEPT. 28 - 1S9S See notice elsewhere of Commis- as a literatenr, visited Richmond sioners Sale. several dajs oi the past week. He C Miss Tempie Oldham'p Millinery brought hither a score or more of his dverti-emen- ts will be received C water-color- s and held an auction, for Opening to morrow and Friday. i? I. THE CLIMAX with the guar- the benefit, in part, of the Daniel Seventy-fivex try quality select antoe that its circulation exceeds ? Boone Monument Fund of the Boones-borog- h old feeding cattle. Call on or that of any otherpaper published c Chanter, D. A. R. It was quite r address M. B. White, Box 372, Richc 3 in Riclnnond. a success. mond, Ky. See ad. e The Cincinnati Post will never regain favor with Cyuthiana young women. Its item about the recent party to Niagara Falls, not a word of which was true, found its way to tho Police Gazette, of course, and the Gazette has a gieat picture, this week, of the girls shooting the chutes at the Ludlow The truth can never overtake ai. item of that character, but sometimes an irate father can overtake a lying newspaper reporter, and there are cases where- he is justified in so doing. a La-toon. Cyn-thian- t We have given one entire room of our Great Store to Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Wraps. We are showing everything new and in favor this season in this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes are the talk of the town. Don't fail to see this line. Democrat. Dr. Goldstein will be at Hotel Glyndon, Thursday, September 20th, lr. Hobson, Dentist. Tlie best smoker, the Proctor Knott and remain tliree days. Now is the time to have your ejes and glasses atdear. tended to. drass land to be publicly rented. Dinner will he served in the store"ee ad. room recently occupied by E. E. Midkilf paint and trim your on Main Street, next Monday, majll-Cmcarrie county court day. Proceeds to go to Telephone connection with Waco Pond Church. will mn be had. See ad of farm of 00 acres for sale -- If ou vear shoes, read Douglas, prhateSr, owned by Mrs. Jane Shearer. I.i Jit A. IVs. ad. The farm is in good eondition and con Miss Tempie Oldliam't. Millinery veniently located, being only 2i miles from Richmond. and Friday. in'' Wesley Parrisli of Union City, has Monday will be court day. Don't qualified as Deputy Sheriir, and will f.. r. t our subMiription that'tj due. collect all School taxes on the east side ? Midkiif'sline of buggies before of the Richmond and Lexington and urn luy. All wotk guaranteed, Big Hill turnpikes. in All local dealers should handle To lead Doug.ar,, Bright it Co's. the cigars made by our home manuadvertisement meacs the bain of dol- factory Why? It employs men who lars to you. keep their money at home and spend Corgreshinan Daitcn nd Attorney it with home merchants. See? deiipral Tajior will here Monday There will be an election of ofiiccrs at 2 tlock. of the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary AssoMr. and Mrs. Joseph Gosser's baby ciation, at the regular monthly meeting won the prize over all entries at the Tuesday Oct. 4, 3 o'clock at the Infirmary. All members are requested to be A incheater Street Fair s present. Trustees of the public schools in the Aa Martin, the Lexington weather an 'U- couniy libtric!s will he elected prophet, says there will be tweuty-hcve- n the first dav of October. snows this winter, the first to be Miss Tempie Oldham's Millinery November 5th. We are al-- o to have and Friday. Opening four ice spells, and at one time the ice - -- round trip to Lexington, via will freeze to a thickness of eight L iV N Sept. 19 to 30, good returning inches. until Oct. 1st, account of races. For Sale. He is well paid that is well satisfied. I have 2,000 sheep and 200 head of Our Suits will do it cattle for sale, at low prices. OoviNffTov & Mitchell. Address, Frank Rook, jj20-- tf Merriettn, Ga. I hae the best and cheapest road Big Money in Beans. j;n i nit the market, S. L. MiUKIFF. in. Lieut. Bob BiggerstaH toll us of a Truth makes all things plain. Our man at Ford who sold $300 worth of ten dollar suit anil over coats wil fill hulled beans this vear oir an acre and a halt of ground. And this is not a Covington & Mitchbll. the lull. Millinery good year for beans either. Miss Tempie Oldham's Mr. McCreary To Speak. andTJYidny. Opening By invitation Hon. James B. Mc1 have on hands now a full line of high grade buggies, carriages and road Creary will speak at Stanford ou the second Mouday in October (county wagons at lowebt price. court day); and on fourth Mouday mayll-GmS. L. Midkiff. (county court day) at Mt. Vernon. Have you tried the famous Tine Strangled to Death. Knot coal? If not try it. Coleman A distressing accident occurred at Xeff Agent, It. N. L & B. depot. Tele septl4-3- t Morehead last Friday afternoon. The phore2l. daughter of Frank Prather Oldham's Millinery Miss Temptie attempted to climb into a and Friday. Opening window to get her books, which she had The Richuionl Baud, under the forgotten. The window fell on her neck Mitchell, and strangled her to death. leadership of furnished music for the "Winchester His Wheal is up Already. street Fair. "Three hundred acres of wheat alQuasimoda cigars, 10 cents. Mil- ready up," is the story that comes from ler's Havana Second, 5 cents. Fred A. Boyle county. The Advocates eays it Miller, Manufacturer fine Cigars, Rich- belongs to Mr. Matthew Allen Kenney, mond, Ky. whose wife, nee Miss. Delia Ramsey, New line oi hosiery, handkerchiefs, was one of the prettiest girls ever and notions will be sold during Mis3 brought up in Madison county. Tempie Oldham's millinery opening Dr. Witherspoon Very Low. T.mrsday and Friday. Dispatch in tho papers savs that Money is a good dollar, evpry dol- Rsv. Dr. T. D. Witherspoon is in a lar spent with us will bring ou full critical condition at his residence, 933 value in return. Second street, Louisville. He is Covington & .Mitchell. thought to be hopelessly ill of kidney The great meeting of the IiOVisville or bladder trouble, an operation havDriving and Fair As60cialion is now on ing been performed. He is one of the and will continue through October I most noted and beloved pastors in the South. One fare for round trip. MUs Tempie Oldham's Millinery Protracted Reeling Closed at Silver Creek. Revs. Smith and Adair closed a ten and Friday. Opening days meeting at Silver Creek Sunday Coleman Nell is the sole agent for They are good men, and certhe Pine Knot Coal in this city. Use night. deserved more respect than they tainly no other. It is the best that evur come received. It is a disgrace to our comdown the pike. Telephone 21, R. N. I. munity the way some of the young septU 3t & B. depot men carried on Saturday night. They Good things nhould be praised. had whiskev in jugs aud it was free for If yoa will come and see onr clothing all. The full extent of law should be you will join in with many others. meted out to each one of them. -- Winchester Court Day. J. A. Ramsey auct., reports 2,500 catAre calnlng favor rapidly. unsiness men ant! travellers carry them in Test pockets, ladles carry them In purses, housekeepers keep thera in medkine closets, friends recommend, them to friends. 25 Bank Stock. Ii Mc-Can- n, o i , -. 1 -- o ld school-hous- e or sept-21-3- m Mr. S". c. Denny bought tho ten shares btock in tbe Lancaster National Bank sold by Dr. Dave Logan's executor at Danville. The sto"ck brought $101 per share. Ten shares of the Citizens Nit'l Bank, Danville, weie bought by D. C. Piewitt, at $130 per share; 10 Dr. Goldstein returns to Our City. ohares of the Farmers National by Dr. Goldsteir, the Louisville optician, Thos. McRoberts, at $195 per share; B. O. Rodes 10 .shares of the Boyle Nat"), who has respectedly visited Richmond, at $155 50; 10 shares at $I5S, and stven will be in this city Thursday, Friday and hhares at $1G0 per share. Lancaster Saturday, September 29, 30 and Octo Record her 1st, in the interest of those who The old man who looks out at the have weak, defecthe or afflicted eyes. world with clear and healthy eyes canhelp fee' The Dr. applies to his profession not thought hi; great gratification at the that his children have in strictlv scientific principles and hav- herited from him no weakness nor) ing long experience, is prepared to cuiiuuuuy iu uisejoe. a ne neaiuiy oiti is the man who has thoughout his giehipa ients such advice as each man kept his digestion good "and his life particular cae may require. blood pure. Not one a thousand Glyndon Hotel. Office HonrsOa. m. does do it. Germs goin through the healthy body without effect. io 5 p. m. No calls made. them once find lodgement or let them find a weak spot, they will develop by To Don Shripcs. the million and the blood will be full Deputies P. B. Broaddus, Joseph Ter-ri- of them. Instead of giving strength to aud William Hunley, accompanied the tissues, it will force upon them in by Messrs. James Stoulfer and J, C. nutritious matter, and the man will LacWey, left Tuesday for Frankfort hav lose flest and the more susceptible he is to disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden ing in chargethe following prisoners who Medical Discovery is tho only medicine were senenced to the penitentiary dur- that absolutely and infallibly cures all ing the late term of circuit court: Wm. blood diseases', and almost all diseases are Gill, housebreaking, two years; Blink for blood diseases. It isn't a medicine disome one particular Ellis, breakiDg into a railroad car, two sease. It is a medicine for the whole years; Mose White, same, two years; body. It forces out all the germs of Harry Davis, horse stealing, four years; disease, and replaces impurities with It Robert Perry, housebreaking, two years; rich, red blood. Arrest of Horse Thieves. Win, Owens, iape, seven years; Ulyss.es Patrick, horse stealing, four years; Sid Sheriff H. II. Colyer. ot Madison, teleBreek, housebreaking, six j ears. The phoned Officer J. J. Peel Wednesday that last named is white and only sixteen from he had justofreceived a message the Sheriff Bell county saying years of age. that tho latter had arrested Frank Evans and George Curtis, who are Only Six Responded. thought to be the men that stole two g horses, saddles and bridles belonging A County Superintendent in a to S- - H. Teater, Geni Young, nf Nealton, count' asked every teacher at and Charles Headly, of South Elkhorn. the Institute who took their local or A warrant has been issued for the arrest of the men and they will be brought county paper to hold up their hands, here for trial. Jessamine Jpurnal. aud out of about a hundred, only six Do You Read responded, says the Midway Clipper. what people are savins about Hood's The Superintendent expressed great Sarsaparilla? It is" curing tho worst cases of mrprisc and said: "You don't spend ism and scrofula, dyspepsia, rheumatall form's of blood disease, a dollar a year with those papers, yet eruptions, sores, boils and pimples. It is giving strength to and tired you expect them to print free of charge, women. Why should weak hesitate to you notices oi all Institutes, insert long pro- take it when it is doing so much for grams, and expect them to advertise others? Hood's Pills are the best family cayou, assisting you to climb the latter thartic and lived tonic. Gentle, relia places and better salaries without n ble, sure. cent's patronage in return." It takes more than nine tailors, to malm a man mif of a nufarttr4 rlllIf) Teacher's Association. or The third meeting of the Jtfadj-so- n ' Tne victoriesoverHood's Sarsaparilla all Forms of disease County Teachers Association Conclusively prove will be held at Providdence church That it is an unequalled near Poxtown next Satnrday,Oct. Blood purifier. It conquers The demon, Scrofula, 1. An excellent basket dinner will Relieves the itching and burning of be the feature of the meeting. silt rheum, cures running sores, ul cers, boils, pimples, and every other Following is the program: form ot humor or disease originating in impure blood. The cures by Hood's Music by church choir. Sarsaparilla are cures absolute, perm"Welcome Address Miss Flori- anent, perfect cures. They are based npon its great power to purify and enda Gibson. septl4-lrich tho blood. Response Judge "Weaver. When Hitt succeeds Hay, will he bo b tle on the market. Prices some lower than last court Good plain 1000-lb- . steers broucht 4 cents; light steers S00 to 000-l3 to 3j rents; 700-lheifers, $23 00; 550 to ?20,00; pjam 050-l- b steers, $23 00; plain 500-lsteers, 10 00; 24 700-l- b yearling steers, 23 00; 23 Jersey S7 00; calves, best mule colts $50 to $55; common mule colts f20 to $30. Many cattle w ere left over unsold. b b GOO-l- Our biryers for the Three Large Stores of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporations searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood Hounds, and they have filled this department with one Endless Cham of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, 15c a pair; Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 98c. ; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for $2.48, worth $5.00. Our line of Men's and Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and Boy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city. One Entire Boom given to this department. Admiral Schley's Portrait is used to call your attention to 4 We are selling White and Grey Blankets, beautiful borders, large enough tor any bed, 39c. a pair; Our Blankets are piled Mountain High on our ledges Blankets from us at and you can buy beautiful the price of cotton stuff eltewhere. Bed Comforts at 49c. each. 10-all-wo- ol Otir Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Laaies' Furnishing- Goods Department was never more complete. We have strained every nerve to make these departments the most attractive in our great store. Your every want has been anticipated, and our Low Cash Prices named on these articles make these departments very interesting to customers. H- - A Brown Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4Jc; Green Ticket Londsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Mason-vill- e Bleach Cotton at Cc a yd. Get our prices on Alpine Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting at 12Jc. e AVe are selling good yard-widGood Bleach Cotton, yard-wid- e, 7 Styles Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, good quality, 5c a yd ; Best Canton Flannel from 6c to SJc, usually sold at 10 and 12$c. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo Blues at 3Jc a yd. Bemenants almost given away. When you visit any of our great stores, don't fail to take a walk through our Carpet, Curtain and Upholstery Departments. Many beautiful and attractive things will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and Lace Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you will want to carpet your back yard and hang lace curtains in your kitchens. t We have just recieved and put on sale a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Caps. Our windows are full of them and our price is just lf the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them. Our Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very prettv. one-ha- A FS 21-- 2t Lt have one side of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEPARTMENT. We carr- - many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. Our prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire family here for the cost of a poor pair elsewhere. We carr no shoddy stuff, our shoes and boots are all good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. You can't afford to miss our Shoe Department. "We m I ll Again extending to you an invitation to visit ns this fall and take a look through our Store, where brieht faced polite salesmen and salesladies will greet you and make your visit a pleasure. We are, Very Respt., t And w. i. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. lyercoats, Which are ready for NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep inspection. We have lanters sia, Constipation and Indi the Liver. Price, 25 cts. gestion. placed our Clothing G.Sold by KegulatesThomas, successors to W. Perry White. on a higher plane If the teacher flogs a girl pupil he & .V OiV . Jm All The Ladies Who YV im? i. X sCJ neigh-borin- For Sale .Privately. I will sell privately my farm on the Barne's two-thir- ds than every before, Asl Tfasy ost You flBA JIilI pike, about 2J miles from Richmond , Ky., 60 acres, hi's the miss; if the girl dodges she near Pond meeting house, containinggood frame about under cultivation, dwelling with six rooms, two barnes and other misses a hit. (iood Knnnxh to Take. lore used in the manufacture of Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to that of maple syrup, makine it very pleasant to take. As a medicine for the cure of coughs, colds, la grippe, croup and whooping cough it is unequalled by any other. It always cures, and cures quickly. For sale by Perry & Thomas, Drugtrists. sept-7-lm The finest quality of loaf sugar outbuildings, orchard and vineyard, good fences, well watered, live springs. Call on Wm. J. bhearer or undersigned. i8-t- w MRS. JANE SHEARER. is Sept File Renting. Want Bargains Read This? Our Clearance Sale is now on. e 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. m - is I will rent publicly to the highest bidder, on November 1, at 3 o'clock, p m., 200 acres of fine grazing land at the Forks of Speedwell and Big Hill turnpikes, four miles south of RichMRS. R. J. WHITE, SR. mond. D. W. TRIBBLE, Auctiosbeb. y all-woo- If people would frankly admit their ignorance lots of useless argument might be avoided. l, Salt-Rheu- m For Sale. Seventy-fiv- e The fabric are strictly Tetter, and Eczema. itching and smarting inciThe and decidedly the dent tointensediseases is instantly allayed these Eye and most novel that will be by applying Chamberlain's bad cases Skin Ointment. Many very have been permanently enred by it. It offered this season. is cnnally efficient for itching piles and Many new improvements a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites - and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bos. in the details of our .- extra quality, select Box 372 M. BIJUR WHITE. BicHMOjrD, Ky. feeding cattle. Sept23-t- f DaMCoufitjFari! Daviess is the banner county of Kentucky. $11,000,000 of property listed for taxaCounty tax rate for tion. 15 m just what a horse needs when in bad Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are We are also Agents for Butterwick Patterns. MUSIC. nambassador 'ltt? My Mershon. First School Miss Nell PlmUVZ 8 tvmjVi MUSIC. C U BAN O Price, 1 L cures cents. Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu- condition. Tonic, blood pnrifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. matism and Sores. -- Address Supt. J. "W. Wagers. MUSIC. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. 25 Address Prof. J. II. Chandler. " use Dr. Bell's Pine-TaHoarseness Leads On The comfortable aud graceful by the timely When of cold creeps upon Our Young Teachers Mrs. FlorHoney. a to serious irritation of the thoat, and a cough racks your lungs, ence Dozier. Discussion. hang to our Suits for you. or is so prompt or effectual. Itno may end in a racking, rasping cough. remedy DINNER. If a man is lucky he never speaks of the proverbial luck of fools. cents. The 1897, If you want to borrow trouble you has no debt. Cornstalks yield will always find people willing to lend $12 an acres sold at the Celit withoutsecureity. Many.Lives are Saved re county It was a genuine treat to shake Al. representing himself to be an agent of Curtis' haud npon his return from the the Penn. Mutual Insurance Co has encampment of the Second Kcntuck- been repudiated by that company. at Lexington, prior to their muster-ouOllicers are on his track. Al. Is as brown as a saddleskirt, but he Account of Kentucky trotting Horse is in better health than he has cr.joyed . since the Civil War. He Jikes arnsy & Breeders Association the R. will sell tickets to Lexington October life, speaks well of his treatment by 4th, to loth, and limit for return to his superior c.Tices aud thinks his Capr. October 17th, at rate of ONE FARE for j TJancan, of Lancaster, is "tho whole the round trip. thing." FriKot Fit For Publication. Millinery opening Thureday, day and Saturday at Elders. Mrs. A. A' recent issue of the Hardeman D Flora and Mrs. Ella Early will wel- (Tenn.)J?ree Piess contained the fol come their many friends, and show lowing paragraph: "We wish to ex them the largest, stock of imported plain onr lack" of editoral this week.. Pattern Hats ever brought tto his city. We was down to meinphie, aud a smart i Mr. Waller Itepnett, as trustee of J. Alec'at the tavern put train oil.en-oaOf C. Adams, will sell land, stock, crop greens and said it was vinegar. on the prem course we were lion-- Sew combaw lor and farming implements, we are able ises near Silver Crtekation.Thursday.ithreedays, and. now-tnjs m& &JW P?t dYrt:iHBeit id jio talk onr langtaffti September 39. t. 2f-1- It U Covington & Mitchell. alleged that M. li. Desha, Sergeant Al. Curtis. Fads in School Pipf. "Jesse : Cobb. Discussion. Address--Re- v. G. W. Young. The Physique of our Pupils Prof. Solon Taylor. "What the Patron Expects of the Teacher Dr. G. G. Perry. The Benefits of this Meeting to Me Alma ScriViSer. speeches from "till who have anything to say. present -- One-minu- te for ' ?- Colds : It ! will quickly Dr. Bell's Fall will give the wearer clear the throat and leave the voice clear and smooth It is an infallible that t distinguished remedy for coughs colds and all disor ders of the tnroat and lung, uood foreign to ordidruggists sell it. 25c. It nary If men have no scrnples about fishing on Sunday they're to havejdrame. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has tho largest sale of any Salve in world. This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it. Look out for the man who attempts to The fact that you will not deceive you when you call for DeWitt's Hazel Salve the great piln curs. pay one penny more Witch for the Douglas & Wells. If there fs nothing in a man he is not risrhf; kind should interest on the visiting list ot opportunity. good dressers with ,an eye to CUC AH RELIEF cures economy.,, Our prices: Pine-Tar-Hen- ey A man who has no enemies has but few friends, Tomatoes lulose Factory. sold at the Canning Factory bring $100 an acre. Owens-bor- o is the largest loose tobacco market in the world. Here are two of our farms for GommissiDJiBr sale: TRACT NO. 5. 100 m White s -- &- Gibson. m fSA m rSSs"! ale Electropoise. Not an electricbattery or belt; Not a mysterious or miracuimmutable laws. Beneficial alike to the infant; and the octogenarian. The Ladies. kijMeariH rangeof $5.00, -- and coughs and all lung troubles r perfg vigthegtandard-renwdy Aef's e Pectoral $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, sept"-l' $9.00, ,$10.'00, "12.50, Tbite. Borrow are like piecrus.t vory short ' Tf crossing would ston to ' think their $13.50, $15.00, 16$), $18.00, aqd very sweet.t , ,. tongues would get-a- . muchtpe'ededTest. ' $2O.Q0. . . , Cure surprises One ,ldlnt Cugu Be Coughing and Summer ComplaiuU. I"xiec( 25 Cents. Sold by Terry & Thomas Successors to W". O. e m - lull' (iS Colic' tonralsmnnd ToothwftD with which ladles may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes it Owensiboro: level black land: their favorite remedy. To get the true 60 acres under cultivation: and genuine article, look for the name dwelling of 6 rooms: tene of the Cahtornia Fig Syrup Co printed nenr tho bottom tff the package. For ment bouse; 15 acre tobacco sale hy all druggists. barn; this is as fertile a piece No man ever becomes too shiftless to of land as there is in the State; price $25 an acre. give ad y ire. is almost The pain of a burn orcald TRACT NO. 6. 's instantly relieved by applying Pain Balm". It also heala the 100 acres 4 miles south 6f injured parts more quickly than any other.trea'tment, and without the burn Owensboro; , 18 acres rolling leave a scar. is very severe does land j balance bottom f 65 acres Fori-alhv Perry" v Cham-bedaiu- The pleasant effect and perfect safety acres 8 miles south of Plaintiffs, ) Notice of Zsxa Cobb, &c. Atmlnmt Sale StLAS SirrcuKii, &c. Defendants ) In Equity. By virtue of a Judgerant and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the September Term thereof, I8S6, in the above style cause, the undersigned will, on SATDIIAY, 8TI SAY OF OCTOBH, 1898, about the hour ot 11 o'clock, a. m.. on the premises, in Madison County, Kentucky, proceed to expose to PUBLIC SALE, to the highest bidder, the fc 115 wing described property, viz: But one based on Nature's lous cure; A nt under cultivation; one -- ing and" two tenement liouses; 20. acre jtobaecd barn orchard 'and vineyard this is sHave You e at this paper. 1 UcAtfon, pt up in - bottterr'; jjALFSlffiHALFWgCIi, V fealf-sia- that Sell's There 0K ecu;ieh. . ,.nrrHl ..oanrbe no "doubt bfitf Wafi others eauRlW cure 35 m. a dav." a week, "m montha .year? Dr, Every "ar ticloguafaritead ., r i ' .' i 5 ,rsjr 1! C maiiv. fcrwre... Druggists pell 'NrTcureuonay.1- . : if sf-iJ'. Sm? 0 jr-- Ik .' -- v, w ?Q ' -' ?.. ." Sv. . t 'iZ yonta 5r. :.to , ' - " "" peViplerbr'ite quick ,oures and 'ehildien rnitv fake It In larKes qnautillsB with- Jt hs."woa.for, 1 1CB&U IIIB UtWV rOJJUMlUW"-- " tvwinv-inrWlri- alargainrprice perare,$35. .. eefHr- - otlirm UiBJj Inth'6 iii Itbrot or -0brtitejCOf h. ? iuctiw rnufe .VH eroon. l"Cji- -ttnk- farms lorsale. for din. " " . -- list -- acres, more or less: on the con tainten 138 north side of the Hagan's Mill Turnpike, in Madison County, Ky , and adjoining the land purchased by S. T. Cobb, dee'd., from Bettie Besaett. the land allotted to Amanda White's heirs, aow owned by J. W Parrish: the land allotted to E Z. Taylor, the land ot James A. BHard,the8.T. Ceboland, bought by Nan- -i Ballard at CoBHsiwioners's Sate; the GuSr dwell- Peyton land aad the Bettie Bennett land sow owaed by Nannie Ballard aau. the beiz of Nancy "stable; by"Par & more ddAaiie (tescrintkmis of t&istoload boaads refereaee made the Bete I Tinil maul 1kTeifl- .Sale Trill be made- - on a, credit ef tweW months equally the patopnar wMtMTvb to give head, with. ge64 hm ?of ttf, lay tfc 9fmetA of the rWini'lWMj to 8-- 10 Tract Of JUand PARALYSIS. 16. 1S91 Cobbde. a4 Mayor's Office, Newark, N.J Oct. Dear Sir: I hate offered for more than a year with paralysis of the right side. 1 6d very little ase" of ray right arm ami eeakl not patitte the back, of toy heed. tried several remedies, bat fosiKl bo penaanetot rlW Btitil I tried the Electropoise. Iirv beeH u&ini: it bow for two roeotbs and it has improved me woaderfull;-- I I paralysis. , o 3 l W1LUAMS Jt UTTTA kytfckccftB4etof lalnMnKlrwJuiurrl.BW ' s b. swore a -- '!, fl all reommend it Years truly, siUtcr-ers'frt- fn , aar- vsMtl a Kw . WrHtJkrllifjtiuttrhd kUf A BUOIS VMS, 64 JOS. W. STAXSBrRY. :tr ,. - -- jyrtk vtMt LottlivJrhvKy, Ul c- - WPr'w "T 5T Azf. : - v - , - ;?- - FdeJ Print Frankfort i CiQsinna.ii 1. IS- - Eiilwij. THINGS NOT TO BE BELIEVED. tIn Effect Mar DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lve Franlfort- . Vlfrknrti I MP Sft jBfra$'n'raCv !iJr L$C33V J?a K JVr T3v mtfb:& aWMf LJm 7JA KT STpWE- - aan. 43 6 51 7 02 15 p.m. 3 3 3 3 3 4 JP 6 30 Ground Duvalls Georgetow n. Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown. Centreville.. -Elizabeth Paris WEST BOUND. Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth Centreville Newtown. Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Dnvalls. Stamping Ground Switrer Blkborn. Frankfort xntirr. Stamping " 00 ' 23 31 7 OS 7 20 8 00 8 11 48 58 05 4 15 TIB r r I 4 42 Til s s a.m. . wn HE If 9 30 S 32 9 3S . 9 48 10 00 10 40 40 56 .11 10 25 11 35 II 55 . . p m. 5 30 5 43 rr HirATEDiauAti" .. J UUVWKll i3jWJl5 I JTnA - IIS V!'.. bt "orr dee sce."I had a little lamb; That time had passed away. No lamb could follow up the pace That Mary seta wheel. For now she rides an In skirts too short by half No lambkin shares her air flight. But you can see her calf. "Can you tell me the difference Mary. air-sh- Are You s Easily Tired? X LITERAB Y NOTES. HIOIIABD WAG-NEA8 HE WAS. The widow of Richard Wagner some time ago authorized her husband's life be- t I3m$& tween a lady model and a model lady?" "No,'' "well, the one Is possibly bare and the other is barely possible." torted Jonah." It will require a er effort 2,000 years from now to ow the story." "What did your father say when he saw his broken pipe, Johnnie?" "Shall I leave out the wicked words?,' asked Johnnie. "Certainly." "Well, I don't believe, Mamma there is anything to tell." A certain minister while preaching said that every blade of grass was a Bermon. Tho next day ho was amusing himself by mowing his lawn when a man passing by who had attended his meeting said: "That's right, sir-- cut your sermons short !" greatswallShe wore a standing collar, Like a man; And a tie that cost a dollar. Like a man; And they do tell us that she When her cycle wouldn't "gee," Used a great big robust D, Like a man. I 5 42 EXCELENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS "It required an effort to swallow you, 'said the whale." What of that! re- t t t C. D BERCAW. Gen'l GHO. B. HARPKR. Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. . - -o . . .5! w e - 2 o 03 ssiss s ""S" -- "" ; :'- 5 -- 5. i ." " 2 q 2 coco n a g !j is due not only to the originality and 630 simplicity of the combination, but also 6 41 to the care and skill with which it is 6 48 6 59 manufactured by scientific processes 7 06 known to the California. Fig Syrup 720 Co. only, and we wish to impress upon Pass. Agent all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Califoknia Fig Syrup Co. n only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless EB imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fig Syrup 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 Yt far in advance of all other laxatives, f as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakenft ing them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company i CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 6 0S 553 "5 9 LJ - Yf. long friend, Houston Stewart' Cham berlain, to write, with her assistance, two articles on "The personal Side of Just remember that all your strength must oomo from your Richard Wagner." Mr. Chamberlain food. Did you. ever think of understood the work, and The Ladies' thatP Home Journal secured the material Perhaps your muscles need The articles are singulaily valuable in more Btrength, or your nerves; or perhaps your stomach is 4 that they give a complete picture of weak and cannot digest what the man in his home and daily life, and you eat. you need moro strength. 4 contain much new matter, while many If 5 of the illustrations and portraits have then take never been printed. There will be two articles, "His Personal Side" and "How He Wrote His Operas," and the first one will appear in the October number of the magazine. Oil with Hypo- of JOHN KENDKIOK BANGS XEW STORIES phosphites. Tho oil m tho most John Kendrick Bangs' newest stories of all foods into ea3ily changed aro to appear in Tho Ladies' Home strength ; and tho hypophos- pnitea ace tno dose Journal. They are called "Stories of a tonics for tho nerves. Suburban Town." There are several, sconrs emulwill relate some droll inci easiest sion is thocure for and each the life of a small town which dents in and quickest every "suburbanite" will instantly ap woak throats, for coughs of ovorykind, predate and enjoy laughing over. all cases of deand for HEALTH FOR THE FAMILY. and my whole fniully reccired relief from the fir&t lniali box we tritL 1 certainly recommend CA3V AltETS fur the cures they make and trust they wlHflndapIaceinOTcrrhome. lours toriacceni Prnn vebh. Jr Pain OroT Are,, McKee sport, Pa j "Itakepleature In praltlnc remedy CAbCUU.T Taliu-Xl- (sec) SGQTTS er to) toe) and cry fortton of a tablet, rWcasu.nl for not. tho raot medicine I hare ever tried. They hare found a permanent place In m home. Mas. Jont Flagyl, Box OO, Michigan city. Ind. FOR CHILDREN. "I ahull never Uybe Itbnit GASCAKirrS. when I children are alway delighted them a eItc FOR PILES. suffered the tortures of the damned with protruding pile Lruuxht on by constipation wiih which I was nffllctcd for twcnir Tears. I ran across yonrCASLWULTd in the town of Newell, I&.. and never found anything to ccjunl thtm Today I am entirely frte from His aud " a feel like 1111 Cod-Iiiv- "I (g) (em cecj new man Jones C II. Kkitz la-City, FOR HEADACHE. Both mr "wife anil rnjtve'f haT9 been ufn? CSCAl(in. and they are the best medicine we h-- e erer had In the house. La.-- t wiiL. my wife was frantic with hcdacue for two days, she tried sone of yoi.r CASCAHKTS and they relieved the pain in her head almost Immediately. e both recommend Cascarets ClIAI. Pittsburgh Safe & DejK-si- t Co., 1'Htsburgh, ra. and a mild and ctrccllt o laxative they are simply touderful 11 were bothered daughter and with sick stomach aud our breath was very bad. After t&klntr a few dots of CascaretH we have Improved won derfully. They are a great help In U Iuiclmiva NiO CL. the familv 1137 Klttenhouse SU, Cincinnati, Ohio. s ? X i""i bility, weak nerves, and loss of flesh. MISb WILKIXS FIRST FICTUHES. i e 50C and $1.00; n druggists. SCOTT & DOWNE, Chem'uu, Nw York. I cscoccecs ccs; p 5 & e.s r . . .- - o 00 6 AN Fit AN ClsCO, Cat. N KW TOKIC. X. T. LOCISTILLE. Kj. jan5-l- y i 1 County Court Days. s O k a u s - ffi """" long ago if he cot his just punishment. In half a mo'he went outside, Though he michter been to tougli And sat down on the pavement wide; day. by the And then his fair companion cried, to burn." Not to be Pamille, Boyle county, third Monday. above, Clay county, this State, fur- "There, now I hope jou're satisfied?" He nodded Nicholas ille, Jessunine county, third nishes this one: But he'd not acted thus from spite .Monday. His wash had been to be polite; "He's gone toward the hills of Zion And being deaf, unlucky wight, Winchester, Clark tountv, fourth Abram Ephraim Crondcr: out-class- Taris, Uourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- But still he made no move to pay The wherewithal in any way, Which caused our heroine to say, "Briggs says its all nonsense to 'She's waiting don't keep her all day! He nodded. claim that an apple brought trouble But he into thp world." "What does he say And still fairparted not a sou. "Who his friend demanded, it was?" "A pain. His wife has just Has set you nodding? Tell me true, presented him with twins." Is that all you can say or do?" He nodded. A man writing from Dawson City, gold diggings, says: She looked at him, and then said, "Oh! near the Klondike If that's it, I shall leave the show 1" "Beer is fifty cents per drink. I have The barmaid thought it wise als; quit drinking." This is an impressive And added, "You, too, sir, must go!" He nodded. example of the efficacy of the gold But still he stayed, nor turned about cure. Until a sturdy, thick-se- t lout Here's the oldest epitaph of the sea- Came up, and said, "You'e had jour shout! son, is from a Tennessee cemetery: Now, shall I have to throw j ou out?" He nodded "Piece to ashes, for he is in ashes The first portraits taken of Mary E. Wilkins which she has ever liked will be printed in the October Ladies Home Journal. There will be nine of them, and they will show the famous "New r England at home and with her friends around her. story-telle- FOR BAD BREATH. I have been ntlnf; CAhCA-TtETaa H gm (CCCJ t 1 CANDY jVTHARTIC 1 S FOR COSSTIPATIOH. moTeiaent of fjr lwclv. Chrjmc tont.paticn the sevt years plotd me in tais terrible c nd'Uon 1i n 1th out "1 Lave 14 lai at a tliue X f butniverfonnd anv relief on. j I Levant uifrt L xl.KTS. I now hae j I dvt everyihln-- heard rci nioneT ihitepTss-resadau I m& rich I wou d give 11 woo and for uioveiuent It is seh a relief " Atuick L-- Ilrarr He3 HumU St.. Detroit Hich. ONSTIFATION f rSl uvtr iJ trtz. Cuuin I v i j . FOR BILIOUSNESS. I barf your raluahle ItCSriS ami Badtaem per rd I lb s3 J t do without them. I t ImC" time Icr In h and l iliotiHe-- and am now iy rur'-d- . them, r oat ( iice tried you 'will b wf-ut them in tfee faratlv I law A.MA&x,AitaBj, Y vo J F03 WORMS. tiifcc norm etahtcen feet Ion? at It t came on the aftrr v t tMiy r ., VS1 KFTS Thi I r i f dh t jrars, ) Itadhca'ri tab r lh am Mill ( i tto only eatbartic vcrthy of BvfKx.bveBnlte' tie. Geo W UWLas Baird.Mifts. tare )&W 'f fcS4k MS.-- J TM ti -v- -. - ..J LQ$ &T KT -- PR's -, ft ht 1 FOfi DYSPEPSIA. Tot lx jcnni I un n t lewort(urm ui J -. ux ) y ut rt irdtl"aiaiU mil's eat nethlBp bat my ir wa-i- l begin taking CM ! ' then I have stead v i n nmy usttt i am as well as 1 ; r fire 1avii E. Mc&TBTewark O tims digest8tach woillr PBd even that. 1 toa-- t kssJ -- I i R&&F B 5T.j-V"'.- "tgsv-."Siir bonuii- - k'N"S?i.iV-- . . ' i a - cv::j.; . r r O r-- n r k itti-rv- "' r ccriainiy t, ianiiii i ptci men t jcrcicr s nrt W necl'HI fi "rdrrr n l3.T Mirr-idea I laxative liver siiiulant anfl CI amcld S' .3 r W-- 5 j- V?J h i '21- i r " t When you call for Dp Witt's Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't accept anything else. Don't be talked into accepting a substitute for piles, for sores, for burns. Douglas & Wells. HELP THE CAUSE ONLY-T- EN CENTS. gK) .k. EEC aSSBBiSF . ' . . have had the ftrt t no trouble with Iht We cannot speak ton blRhly ot Cisca rets," Faun vartmh. 570S Uerrranfown Ave , 311 I'hlladelphU.ra aflti-rn- FOR PIMPLES. My wlfeli&d pimple on hrr !feeebut she has been taktnir 1lip c5 ll CAUKT3 and they hive peared- - 1 had ben tronblrd with . constipation for some lnt after taking Canearrt I Hn-r- fm IVI ?fr.- -.inAri s "3rJ5JJr-JQt??. n a ,fs X!"."3-J''i0t io t L net-- iitc i i 6 ivir - - .". ''"'' .ivfciCJ.5 iu m t ciuf rvnsvit :. - !"" r ; i . he rvt -- r - ra Kwu I rr i- -i utMiip awl ai.rr- -- FOB LAZY LIVER. M d U with a torpid di constipation ? to "t- n- v - . r v ;.h J ro-- relkf the that rnrcba.ed anotbr .apt v an 1 1 . ? ' ", lt Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUXD. ML Sterling awl Lexington Accora Kateri Express for Louiville Merefeead and Lexington Accom. Sew Yerk Lunrted V F. V K VST BOUND. and Morehead Accoia. New York Limtt'-- d F. F V. Iexiwos aad Ml Sterling Acoom WashiWRton Emress 6 56 am 7 39 am 3 68 jm 4 50 9 15 11 58 Monday. Versailles, wood ford county, fourth Monday. The dcwl came like a roaring lion, But he d.cd a roann' louder." He did hat seemed to him was right "No I can make you no contribution. I don't believe in sending out foreign man of wealth shrugged his shoulders and said: "Well, I would feed them something cheaper than mission- He nodded. London Sporting Times. ri GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION. uii&smnaries." "But the Scripture command us to feed the hungry." The Kcmarkable Ke scuc am am 1 Fill 5t rf Six Vir XmwhI SpMs IbVnttlj Tttt to 6S6ini ifo lilted Suits Ererj Fistlj 9 2S r iv sixty dajs we'll give absolutely without For Acconimodatmc train's ran daily except Sun- cost a full' set of six War Memorial Spoons to day. Other trams run dailv famil) sending us a cash order for House-- , sleep up and dining car service to ever j Furniture selected from our catalogue, no TUreRli hold New Yrk or $1,0. matter whether information, rates or oleepcr reservations This means that the order betofor Jlfifty thouswe're going add K. HOOD. Agent L.A.N R;, call n T write and names to our list of permanent customers. Richmond, Ky. We're going to demonstrate that ltpajsto send mgeorgev; bkrney. dinct to the factory for furniture. This distn-- ! Lexington. Ky. D A C A O K bution will cost us thousands of dollars and make us thousands of fnends. Each spoon is of a different design Four U. jxito aries." The Reverened Smith, a goodly man, With ideas almost new. To darkest Africa was sent. Where cannibals then grew. He wanted peace and quite. For his heart was warm ana true, But now, alas, the poor fat man Is in a fearful stew. Fr EASIER THAI EYER. t dn'e of Illinois Central Ra The the time to road in add- ' .n to short-njnMemphis and N uOrluns has made .t "Easier to reach a'l oints in Arkansas, Than Ever" Tixas, Mexico. Arizona and California The rplendwl tram m rvict with vhich the Ilhncis CeRtral'f Memphis and New Orleans Vestibulod Limited ' is t imppel makes it ''Easier Th.m the above mentioned Ever" to take a i.ip Ti 1 - pent S Battleships, including the "Maine." diers in Camp in Cuba, and Morro Castle. "This is a tedious job," protested Thee spoons are not the cheap kind adverat $1 to Jl.iii a set They are tised extent-lvel- j warranted best coin silver plate on a base of the egg to the sitting hen. Sol- fft 1 I $ N babies? Said the eug. "Because," said mamma, severely, territory. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. "because I belong to the 'ieon!v line which runs Free TeCetral KeeUaing Chair t ars and Vestibsiled trans Now keep quiet, or you'll be Srom Loeisville to the houth, also a weekly M-t cracked." Pullman Tcu:ht Car tor California, 9 25pm Lve Lnaisrille every Thursday R ft n In Havana German carp are used as 8 18am Arr Memphis Fridav. 7 45om Arr New Orleans Friday KBCK. U lawn mow ere The grass is first 8 S8pm New Orleans Friday lire 8 45am 14thoroughly saturated with water and Arr HoiiUui .iturdav 4 45pm Arr S Aatenio baturdaj-Arthen the carp are turned loose upon it 3 45pm H3fxthO Sunday -4.4.. 9 2tpm Arr Los ABgdes Monday These peculiar fish are ery fond of FranasooTHesday 5 15pm Arr San grass, and they simply graze their way Ifai k Tk T - Vittrr EMtf t Cd&n. X across and around until the turf is so Tub, Sac, "oTrvatio Parties desiring to make a com fort aWe trip to short they cannot get any more, w hen auA. 3VccA&TA Sus.. tbetemtorv Hieutioaed will do well to thoy returned to tho water again. with K U Fowler, Traveling i'assen-Be- r 4-Agest, Lobii ilie. Ky. What do you saj? A lie! NonWvt. Alforb ICwxoxd.'A G. P. A Four of the best Fire Insurance Com- sense, it is in a fishing paper! in the United States. Losses paid Louisville, Ky. panies X. II. IIasson. t P. A., promptly. dec29-l, 111. Ci Duung the progress of a missionary meeting held m the school room on an In the Prudental, jou are offered the estate in one of the West India Islands, best Life Insurance attainable, and on R H I R R R the most approed plans. In Accident the proceedings were continually intervX Is Insurance we again give the best We will not transact business with irrespon- rupted by a number of noisy young Time Table No. ". Taking Lirect Mon 4- - siDie companies. mullatto men who were standing m the 4261 Second Street, S dnr. May 2, UpStairs. doorway. The parson took no notice 1 st Class. 2d Class. 4for a time; but at last left his place, and 1JAST BOUND. g , No j No j Ko 4Ex bun Ex Sun Ex bun walking up to the youths addressed them as follows: ' You young men are A.M. P.M. A.M. 5 38 Versailles (ICO. W. KM.EY Wit2 6 S2 a nuisance to yourselves and to every48 7 3$ Xteheiasriile VaWey 'View 8 body concerned. The black people IX 8 W 8 20 8 IS 50 MWien II Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends hate you, we white people despise you. 15 9 MM lUehmendV 8 38 " K. Wright's Celerv Capsules. If you don't niinu we will not make 12 IS 16 OS Union Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To 18 06 12 16 Meberley. any more of ou." Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: lVraswfieid 10 25 112 39 12 33 Panola Gents I have purchased a box of is 40 JIE NODDED. 1 9S 11 35 Irvine Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. "K. While promenading near the "Crl," Middelton, druggist, and used them for He met a maiden, sweet and shy; No. 2T"No. 4 No. 8 No. 10 Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstiWEST BOUND. Ex bun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun pation and found that they cave me im- And as, to his observant ej e, mediate relief e ery time. 1 think it an She smiled at him as she passed by. A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M 11 55 He n5dded. Irvine 2 U) excellent remedy. Of. 24 l'anete 2 aug31-4m y. O-- ' If I can have patience, you shall pure nickel siUer (not low grade bras). They will wear for j ears and become a priceless heirloom for future gene.itions Send for a copy surely get out," clucked mamma. y You should enclose of our catalogue "But why can't 1 be dug up kicking stamp or two to help pav postage QUAKER VALLEY MFO CO., from the gossebeny bush like other 3"3, a A. 337 w est Harrison St , Chicago. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plninficld.Ill., makes the statement that she caught cold , w Inch settled on her lungs : she was treated for a month by her lamily but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption ; she bought a bottle and to her delight found heiself benefited from first dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottles, found herself sound and well, now does her own housework and is well as she every was Free trial bottles of the Great Discoery at Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Successors to "W. G. White. Large bottles 50 cents and $1 00. 0 phv-sicia- n, There has never been a political cam paign that equalled in importance that ot the one to be fought this fall. The republican party backed by the money power 01 itus country ana r,urope, is alert aud aggressive. Flushed with the ictory of two years ago, it will seek by every means in its power to maintain its Etiprem?cy. Democrats must be up and doing. 'lhey must wage an unceasing war up"; on their enemies. In no better and more eiltctivc way can this be done than by the circulation of good, sound democratic newsjapers. The publisher of THE CHICAGO DISPATCH, the great national democratic weekly, will send to every new subscriber for three months a copy of THE CHICAGO DISPATCH for ten cents. If you are not already taking the great political weekly, send in ten cents at once and re ceive the paper during the coming cam paign. You should not only do this yoursolf. but yu should induce all your friends to join with you. By a little effort you can easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers. Addres THE CHICAGO DISPATCH. 120 and 122 Fifth Aonue. Chicago, PRATICAL KINDNESS. 111. r -- , E CE Ar.-"r"v- x . . EEC . ""OSSSflSF V5r-?.. .. .. EEC "' VA, - g . "la' rjii y KrrrryrJ I'.'WWS Fji . vx CIPP WV3W7 . Vir3 I'Sv!-5v n . ti iimI ii in ive it ; with i , i iioxi5oi::iti: Fitcc. STkHi.nG n'rat .5.cuum.j. ninitui. lltlTiS ihls. .""" I bo-- - "" " ' himlr- iim! c.nven'ei't rfnra-- l I r that . inrtie. .isr "5 C". "i"l"5"Vj:n V"1"' -- t. f tii' r" ii-- ' it J """ ' ' "'1 ""Iran "" lICAlsn" 3" 'nj ' ' ;x- . '.' '"l?L " r Z 'liouvi- - ' m rM' iivn iml ihe " k r.ul Aiiv ne iinaMe iun I KHICU. fr t Si tr.' j and i cumpletelT curL I shall onlr b t o(rlil to recomBiBd luarrti whrnrvrr ta opportunity la prs- I found 11i- -t bu.ebeen troulilcdagreat llvir, wht b I S9BS Saloehanna Are 4 A B1TH Pfcilartelpku, Fa. FOR BAD SLOOD. CA SC V U TTTH do all claimed are a truly wundt rfui mtdirine often wished f ra m ricin pleaant to take and at )a i have found it In CASCAKfTh since raking them ray blood ha- bt- n pun lied ami my complexion ha lm-- j rovtMl wunderfullv and I feel muih tetter in rrery wav " forttit-man- "1 " " "" " HKve bv t,ne frma ttwir'i tiiiajMi5 eml luin"'" . '' Y ",'"" I Jv J M? C'C f?P ? ,1!!iir ooo .wiP,Lwri tNUUB,j fi!Pf ? IJJO iivscji iflPPl -.u 'riiT ! -.-7 SEP "x IEP.P VN;.-.-m x y vv 'if tu. ft Mas. SaluxE Silum V IF JSS2y - Lattrell.Tenn. x y K V " Cm.tS N - - VVk- -t ';--- ? f v: v-.- Vj,-i""jt- y ao, ifi?P ISIes ." v frfiPPl fif?r-- i CJVijtol v- j ??BHar toib3 vSURVS-- j'1 nils I -- imumtiM'inira f'.r?i ?AlKlB r vt A I l e bMm 3 PPalwMg &affiv.fes Sing In the new e Tmmrr k s.oAe.e.s.o.oe.e.o.Q.o o .q.o ABOUT n bxj jMMI FffiriFSrWln f ff OTflvSaBMa&alilWl. lulsl iH wx&&E&? ftflWH h8AJllliUf JSaSlM Ring in the true " e " "" to you e nevv true rom pIney forests of Norway ' RinZntthoola Ringout tho false - iB&g Pianos arici Oreans i- iwif'HW HnBaaia DR- Pinfi-Tsir-HnnAv BELL'S The fruit of years of experience and hard study- ni!. ied in this magnificent stock of ourh. Allvknu service, too. "We haven't anv trade secret . W- t you the exact facts about every thins you wire to :isk alum' Why it is good, what it's mad' Our lead -. -- If HQHHalSl K&ii&'BsflHBS aKnaK8aV iS One Hundred Thousand Grateful Soldiers. BOOK NEWS FOR SEPTEMBER. I - r mm I . sVA-f-- i- te - y t - I Je2-l- y The September "Book News" prints a list ot four hundred aud seven works relating to education, including text books published in the United fctates from August 1st, 1S97, to August 1st, lSl'S. This is the only hst issued of educational books published within the past ear. "Hands All Around," a short story contributed to "Book News" by Miss Sarah Barnwell 1'lliot, gives a vivid description of the growth of new national sentiment in a Southern village during the Avar. As usual, "Book News" contains the freshest news in tho briefest shape ou the most books, noticing in each number more ifcsues than any other literary journal published. John Wanamaker, Philadelphia and New York. Monthly 5c a copy; 50 cents a j ear. You invite disappointment when you experiment. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They cure constipation and sick headache just as sure as you take them. Douglas & Wells. A Mammoth Gourd. I I 1 G 1 I I 1 ItrassfieM Moberley Unien Rtchmend. Mithoa Vallej View Ntchelasvilte Versailles AH 05 .6-2- 2 2 2 39 4 47 3 15 1 2(1 . I 3 4S Yours very truly, 9 6 31 330 3 46 00 2 15 00 3 25 4 JO 6 1U Geo. W. Rilev. 7 50 V. til Ui 5 trains oo i trams to and fr Louisville All trims omn rt with C N O AT P trains to and from Cm mati J W ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. II ADM. SapenntendeDt. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. 'i Wltti T.ltilKnllf. cnnthprn IT BURNS GAS? The New Acetjlcce Gas Diccle Lamp. 01i (I.N . sou KENTUCKY) in rj 1 Ho fc'crs SOOT, ni 171 RAILWAY. Sect May 1. 1898. NO.S. 7 nam 4.05pm 7 45pm iKvam asspm li.07;im C5nam 6.30pm 6.52pm laoopm 1 I jlC l2fl.fr"V' 11 'I SSOkE, S Mr CREASE VjJ z03-- . iii 'S DiKSES l,v Iwivville . At SlHilbrvilla Ar I'rencrt'ir Ar VervallVes 7r LearlsTton WHSTitODMi. rnwran So No- - E. gam ABSOLUTELY 3 Itcac't jar or blow ont like an Oil Lamp & Ofit tnh ;!. S141J1 oni atiout Us . . . .. 1 1 And, as she thereon smiled tha more, A look of recognition o'er Her features came "I'm not quite sure," She said; "but have wc met before?', 1I nodded. "I thought so!" And tho glance she shot Towards him, fairly touched the spot. "I think," she mused; "I met you what? 'Twas at a dance, now; was it not?" He nodded. "What fun to meet like this how queer; But people's prj mg cjcsl fear." And, pointing to a swell bar near, she said, "Shall we converse inhere?" He nodded. She therefore took his arm, and led Him thither; and, with air "Port wine lor me; all else I dread S'pose you drink horrid Scotch?" she said. He nodded. She'd given both the drinks a name, bo up with them the barmaid came; And when she brought a money claim Agiiiist our hero for the same, He nodded. well-brea- d, There are several prize gourds io Lancaster. Capt. White, of the .Record oflice, has one 24 inches high and 43 iDches in circumference. Lan. cor in Stanford Journal. That gourd is about the size of a good btiff toddy that our "Old Printer" White took the first day he went at the printer's trade in 1849, but that didn't prevent him from becoming the clenn-ecompositor that ever stuck type in llichmond, although it did knock him out of a good many "fat takes" when a clear head and steady hand were required. st These war times have tried men's souls in many unexpected ways, but like a shaft of sunshine and good cheer eut of the cloud of privation and endur ance has been the work that The Ameri can Tobacco Co. has done among the U. S. Soldiers and Sailors ever since the war began or when they discover ed that the camps and hospitals were not supplied with tobacco they decided to provide them, free of cost, with enough for every man, and have already given outright to our Soldiers and Sailors over one hundred thousand pounds of "Battle Ax Plug" and "Duke's Mixture" Smoking, and have bought and distributed fifty thousand briar wood pipes, at a total cost of between fifty and sixty thousand dollars. This work has been done quietly and thoroughly, by establishing headquarters in each camp so that eveiy hospital of the United States Army has betn supplied with enough tobacco ior every man and the sailors on thirty United State Ships in Cuban waters have shared with tho soldiers this most welcome of all "rations." Perhaps it will be only fair to remember when we hear the remark again that ''corporations have no souls," that there is one American corporation whose soul has been tried and has not been found wanting in"practical kird-ness. mom ti Brala I AM 88 YEARS any remedy equal toOLD,Bell's Ur. It elvrja quick and permanent rrllcf In grip as well as coushs and colds. It maid's weak I arum strong. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, FeducBh, Ky. Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET and never tart Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary cough-wor- n Lungs are exhilarated ; the microbe-bearinmucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS g n.IOL JjUlSlJ. 0. Mi Sort. Piano, fii u k ps, -- Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Hon- ey Are unexcelled. We also curry in stH-- t!i- Iliirhest (. Kl' Sewina; Machines to be found in the InarkeL A miilt tt line of Sheet Music can be found at our place of business .1 all times. The people of Madison and adjoining counties .u cordially invited to call and inspect our selections. We are also prepared to get any piano or instrument. for parties that we do not cany specially in stock for monej- - than they can purchase them. Leave orders r piana tuning at office. 1 I i it XJ We Don't "1119 11 IB 0111, (PS 2 yhiQiip Pfiisnra.is M:m.mr. Rkumc-xd, l 4 J Know a Thlng About the color of footworn for novr suinmer. Therefore we propose to sell every pair of our present stock at once regardless of cost. We will not carry over a pair and the price we are making on them will W. P. SEARLES, Business Second t Street. 4 ii ii uthera V Mutual Imimi Pi y A IM L5 ft M H UUJ.HJcY, X Of Lexington, Kentucky. KJ i3 Safest Investment . Largest Profits. ." accomplish the object. It will pay you to call at once and make your selections. S115.000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. 843,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Sympatbetic fitKbattds. .' M y. Phone, No. 21. irreeman tsros Wanted-- An The Following Coupons Matured August, Kef.Jio. Con. No. S963 3011 lSdS: Oost. Paul S 39 i 99 First Street. sg;H'?!:sg:;5a.'vqFa Name. Address. 9tol 9090 . 91ii J16G 92&I 9213 J232. . . REGENERO. COMPLETE JaifVlT;"" BLISS Buckleii'sa Arnica Salve. The BestSaUe in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rheum Fever ""ores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, ind positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to gieretfeit sattsfadion or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box For sale by Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. G. White. NEW dec-15-l- y tmewhs KaSWalH KUwuKpf Restores imug co patent! Protect vour Ideas: thpv mar brlnir von wealth Write JOHN WhUDEKBURN & CO, Patent Attorneys, WahIngton, D. O.for their S1AU prlte Oder and list of two hundred IuticUou wanted. idea Who can think of some simple J37I W18 MI5 96S2 J719 J756 971 j. 9332 Mk" the Slrooj. The Great ! now 30 daj-- s "iijgl RjEj-tvjcojo'- . HJ.4.sam No. 6. ' No. 2. j No. . 7 iaam 4 40pm 6.(&im Lv LejiMtitotT 8.10am. 5.0ipmi 5.27am . Ar V5rmHes. Ar La reeceb g . . SheHiyvHIo. 27ku 619pm! 6JSUm Ar lafiaamj 7J0pm T.5(iam Ar Leukvl.lc Trains Nos 1. 2. 5 and 6 carry Free Observation Choir Cant. EASTIHJUMJ. jaipm Liht costs ff 1 V aclear.it'iiU" f r circu' r uu . t an hour. Throwsil mm . '- Greatest B:t.c'.3 Lc? if fc Tear'l rrom ; oi.r cater C II orient prejfj.aS)r V.kl.'. keho-h- a. jly6-0m No. lXlKe. 11 4jpm 7 I'Vm'I.v m Ar Ar mcVrcAr f 2rpm 8.25am 4 4pm 7.J5un 7 3iis ln.4i-- j An tirwl-bg7 tm MOnsi Ar Jlurgin. L 4.3opmi TJSim IJn lHii-vl- r VTIONS. l 1N0. ltlNa li 1 ..;r. - -- j . . r -- s- WESTBOCSIl. No. 16. tNo.CS. rTATlQNS. Kt. l.No.fi7 7 Warn Lv Ijulsvll Ar 10.5.am 7.50pm Ivpm i.trtia Ar Shelbvil Ar 9 27am 6.9pm KAfcTJlOITNU. "ro Headache bad? Got Dr. Miles' Pain Plus. "kJSrwW-"6-- Ar Verslles Ar' acfiam 4.1,pm II I'tam Ar Midway An 7.45am; 3.38pm 7.4pm Ar 'Jeorgtn Lvl 7 15am 3.00pm KASTBOnNU. WESTBOUKll. -- No. l.ttNo. 5.1 STATIOSS. TtNo. CitNo. 2. 4 ltpm Lt Ixulsvil Ar 1055am 7.50pm lOSAim &AimLv VersUes Arj 7J0am 6.58am 4.10pm lUam 7JTpm Ar NlchlviU Ar. 6.05am 3.1ipm llJiepm tL3upm,Ar Richmnd LvJ l.Ojpm .. ' 2.0Cpm 'Ar Irvine Lvl , STATIONS. Lv Louisville. 7.40am 7.4pm Ar Lexington 10.45am ia3ipm ; Ar KdoivIUc 8.15pm 7.4,am FARM- - "iL2"or37 . Ar Asbevllle Ar Savannah.... Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Jacksonville Chattanooga AtLuiL ... Mtttm l.Hpm . fxllum 9 Ham ALE The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private ialc; situated at , ... Macon Jacksonville Lt Chattanooga Ar Ilirmlnaham U3opm lLltipm .. .... ..... 3i3am 10.11am Ar Meridian Ar New Orleans 10.30am 10.30am No. 1 carries Fret Chair car Tvi!c-tn- , t IxlDKtoa. there po -meeting ith Solid Ve:itl-UiTrain carryin-- through Pullman Car to H rmizsuatn. Meridian and New Orleans, nlso makes closj connection at Chatut-noog- a for Atlanta, ilacou, Jacksonville and Umoswlck. No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper LouUvUlo to Chattanooga and Lirinlnham. also .Lexington to Jacksonville via Hot Springs. Asherllle and PuUmauUnlou Lexington to New Orleans. 1 Dally except Sunday. A. WHEDO V, P.& T A., S.T.S WITT. P.4. T. Ju. Louisville. Ky Lexington, Ky. P 1G.1L, J. M. CUfcP.T.M; "Washington. D. "Washington. IXC. le Sl-cp- 7.20pm C.3ttun 5.00am lL'tam 8.10am,... . .. 25pm 7.40pm CJSaia WHITE'S - STATION, w.A.TinuE,a.r.A WaHHEjtoa, D. G. Wm.H.Tatxob.a.Q.pa. a on the waters of Silver Cieek. It Is well watered. There is no better land In Madison county. It is a hue neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc, within a half mileof White's Station Post OfSce, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, "I was afflicted with pimples and boils, and address running sores on face and neck." writes Robert Si. Wert, lisq , or No. 6y Galloway Ave., ColumI took Dr. Pierce's Coldtn Medical bus. Ohio. Discovery and 'Pleasant Pellets, and was cured." febl-t- f White's Station, Ky. Constipation is the commonest "beginning and first cause of many serious diseases and it should always be treated with Dr. Pierce's CALDWELL'S r, flesh-buildone-thir- uc uas an intellect like a Newton. - and is mentally an Admiral Crichton, if he has a weak and puny body and not the remotest idea of how to care for his health? A boy should be taught from the his start isthat most health his nrecious endow ment. Without health, all the talent, all the penius, and all the ambition in the world are worthless. A boy should be taught that success in any walk of life, that happiness, and life itself, are dependent upon his care of his health. When a man feels that he is losing his health and vigor, when his cheeks no longer glow, his step is no longer elastic and the sparkle of health is no longer in his ejes, he should work less, rest more and resort to the right remedy to restore his bodily vigor. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a natural medicine a scientific medicine. It does no violence to nature. It works with and not against nature. It promotes the natural processes of secretion and excretion. It imparts vitality and power to the whole system. It gives plumpness and color to th cheeks, sparkle to the eyes, steadiness to the nerves, strength to the muscles and the animation of health to the whole body. It makes the appetite keen and hearty. It is the great blood-makeand nerve-toni- c and restorative. Medicine dealers sell it and havt absolutely nothing else "jnst as good." laipnr". 1 " - "- - - O 1 The public schools teach almost every known branch of study bat the one most "?";"!?" important branch -, 7 v I I m& .., rf nit UJ1,-.t it profit your son rl. ffff Geo. D. White, ville, K PEPSlN SDR. INDIGESTION. 11 V Pleasant Pellets used in connection with the " Discovery." These are the mostperfect Batumi laxatives aad permaaeatly care. ,JL- i r- - 1' a - The sympathetic tenderness of a g husband is everything to an expectant mother, especially during her first The veil is worn half mash lushion A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Lareest circulation of any scientific Journal. Ter.ns, 13 a ordeal. George Layton, Esq., a promiyear : four months, IL Sold by all newsdealers. a revival of long age. nent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the MUNN &Co.36,BrMd-NeThe newest tailor-iiiad- o York jackets are following case: Branch Office, 625 F &W "Washington, D. C cut away at the neck to show the tie or A customer of m'n, whose wife haj used 7 four U.tt.es of 'Mother's Friend" before chemisette. af rr seeing the effects of the it. s.ti rune v. that if hc lnd tg go through the ordeal Cheniitettes are both very severe and ruin, mid fiere were but four bottle on the very fluffy in style. markc. and th; cost was $100 per bottle, she vroulJ have them. Tucks will appear upon everything " 31 "trier's Friend " isa scientifically BORDEAUX leiBALCO..gftSBa. susceptible to tucking. They are in all compounded liniment which affords cersept21-ltain relief in the various ailments prewidths, and run upside down. EGONOMIST Black 6atin will be in brisk requisi- ceding childbirth, and assures proper CHOICE PUKE BRED PLYMMOTH elasticity to the cords and "muscles Inv"'v-- ' Bock Cockerels for sale at 50c, 75c tion during the Fall and, Winter. volved in the final ordeal. and $1 00. MBS. H. H. COLYEB, s Many of the very gowns aug31-2"Mother's Friend" is sold by drugRichmond, Ky. shown at Lord & Taylor's ha double gists, or expressed on receipt of one skirts, with a jaunty upward hitch at dollar. "J Valuable book, "Before Baby is pv'2 the side. r -. Born," mailed free on application. n'Urjxc-r..- i ": m I Panels of stuff and color contrasting TMZ BRADFIELD REGULATOR C0 AtlsnU. Ga. to the gown run the entire length, front JanS-l- y have rented for 1S93 the several houses adI vertised by me last December, but have now and sides, of some skirts. four or five other nice cottages, well located A lined guimpe of accordion-plaite- d j rX and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at Clothes Gleaned and Dyed. my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, net with collar made of steel jet and with Stephen D. Parrish, blue passementerie, makes acmarmiug 1 FLORIDA H. PABRISH, have been in the business five years bit of adornment for drtssy afternoon have got the business perfect. I can makeand Jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent. 46 different colors, and where its goods wear. I can give entire satisfaction In every particuW Very frisky toques of fplt, velvet or lar. Also I press ladies' skirts and clean end OMAHA EXPOSITION press gentlemen's suits. BELLE BBKCK. I cloth are to be irimmed with bands June 1st to (Jctoler 31st This certifies that Belle Breck has several and heads of fur, and worn for mid- times dyed gowns for me, which in i each Instance has provou highly satisfactory. winter. I take pleasure in recommending her work to TUB 0RAN1IEST EXPOSITION Gold and silver chatelaines arc out others. IDAM. BAMSEY. September 13, 1838. (exrept World's J''air) ever planned of dare, the amber variety, etched with This certifies that Belle Breck dyed a suit ot iu the United States. Located within Roofing', Guttering gold being the correct thing. clothes for me from a light grey color to a deep cheap and quick access of tho entire This was done about a ago ana Piitun la flowers look well iu millinery, black worn the suit constantlymonth that time Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at and "General I have since and harmonize beautifully with the and they do not rub off or stain my under your own doors. Through tickets beclothing The dye is uniform and not In yond Omaha allow ra. Job "Work. vogue. fawns and grays-istreaks and is entirely satisfactory to me la duced excursion rates to Omaha- - Take every particular. w. U. WmTJS. Maltese lace makes itself manifest in August aa, 1898. sepm-4wthe Burlinrrtou Routo the old ami some of the guipures, aud is also used j flrinly established line 'to and through . tf uauiwiiisiiv uimuLinn. in its original aspect. -- , OR. CALDWELL'S Very neat and saaiplft triming effects IAV. iJHTAS&ure Maaaeer. Ma.ruHswrlaMt. ' prevail in jaekebrfor real service. CURES CONSTIPATION. 9. LoUW, Mo.,s " S .ji M is. fi. A. lor-in- YORK FASHIONS. con-fine- within easy rrnrh of every American. treatment is positively guaranteed to enre the most complicated case ot Nervous Debility, or Wasting Disease. It acts powerfully and quickly: A New Man, Ph).lrnllr Perfect. U the result oflhe uie or ItEUE.MiUO. Ytmng men will refrain their lost manhood, and Old Men trill recover their youthful vigor. It Invigorates and restores to fall life and vigor, all sufferers from Seminal Weak, nesses, Impotency, Varicocele. Spermattorhea, Nightly Emissions, Lost Brain and Muacnlar Power, Memory, Wakefulness, Evil Dreams, DesponWeak dency, Lack of Confidence, and an effects of self, abase, or sexual excess and Indiscretion, which unfits one for business, study or marriage. KEOK.'XKUO sees at once to tho root ot tho disease that Is why It cures. It Is tho Greatest Nerve Tonic In the world that la why It elves Vlgorand Action and restores the Fire of Youth. It Is a marvelous Blood tho Pink Glow comes back to the pale cheeks. Insist upon having KEG ENEUO. Can be carried in vest pocket. By mall gl.OO per box, or six for 3.00. Wo refund the money where six boxes do not effect a cure. Circulars free. Address the American Office of che-rfa- lly rMe"E5"tvcn jmjra Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain oar optnlon free whether an Invention ts probably patentable. Commnnlc-t-Uon- s strictly conQdenttaL- - Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest aeenry for secunnp patents. Patents taken thronsb Munn A Co. recelro special notice, without charge, in tho 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 9ST2 9911 951 lOOOl - 10H3 1009 10126 10163 10200 1C37 10271 10315 103.W - Eev. J. II. Stanley, Lexington, Ky. Climax Printing Co , Richmond, Ky J. II. Baker, Lexington, Ky J. II. Baker, Lexington, Ky Ntwport News byndicate, Newport News, JNewport News Syndicate, Newport News! Newport News by ndicate, Newport News, Newport News Syndicate, Newport News, . M. J. Forston, Paris, Ky Hattie Jacobs. Cincinnati, O Patrick and Mary roi, Maysville, Ky E. L Deuhard. Louisville, Ky .. C.B. Doll, Louisville, Ky F. II Norton, Lexington, Ky F. II. Norton, Lcx.ngton, Ky Mrs A T Million, Richmond, Ky F II Norton. Lexington. Ky Robert Hoedich, Maysville, Ky Mrs Emma L Latta, Lexington, Ky C and Martha Diggs.Lexinton, Ky B A Spangler, Louisville, Ky Glad s Huffman, Butte, Mont Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Kv. Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky .Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky . Howard fahepherd, Lexington, Ky B L Eggleston, Lexington. A J 9 59 Va. Va . -- S 9S 10 99 Va Va W IB W 3 W59 m 86 22 Ha M 59 52 22 i a. S . 2 25 $59 9 99 8 0 S 31 17 t a i 1 . 8 9M s 89 17 11 17 30 J 4' SS4 " S 7 ' 93 759 - 3t 17 1. 17 It 17 44 1 7 . . SJ8 8M S Stt KM 17 L e J S.I: W 7 T 8 Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. 1053 10116 104S3 1053.J 105. 1(1635 10708 10751 107SS Scientific Jfrnericatu 1551 833 897 9o7 1022 10S4 1111 1220 2S-2- I I333 1517 1591 to9 18 1703 y RAPES high-clas- m Read This Attorney-at-La- I ifStea&'s Bwsi"--;. mammmmmmmammmErVLjS-T--- j 1754 1313 1872. 1923 19S0 2010 2095. 2153. 2211 2266 2329 2393 2X 2502., 2561. 2827 o w Ky Mary K. McF.dden, Lexington, Ky FJI Drake, Grand Rapids. Mich Mrs L Z Taylor. Richmond, Ky BK Gary, Newport News, Va Mary A Warren, Lexington. Ky .Helen McElrath, Carrollton, Ky otto E Vollenwcider, McArthur. O .Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky JJaniel Boone Club. Richmond, Ky JNewlnnd Jones. Richmond, Ky 903 W F White Estate, Lexington, Ky B9I Good i. Co, Lexington, Ky . 1079 W F W hito Estate, Lexington, Ky . 118H Annie PPeay, Lexington, Kv 12C6 .. A L Mirschall, Lexington, Ky . 1339 W D Finch. Danville, Ky 1081 John L Fischer, Louisville, Ky Mil D II Good, Lexington, Ky . 1521 V N Gardner. Lexington, Kv 1655 Mrs Jennie Fcsler. Cincinnati. O 17C9 LukeUMilward, Lexington, Ky 179 Baptist CLurch Pans, Ky I R F Johnson & Co, Lexington, Ky 2051 R F Johnson, Baltimore, Md 21&0 O R Marshall, Lexington, Ky 2275 W C Nichols, Louisville. Ky . 2435 D B Good, Lexington, Ky 2567 WB Anderson and wife, Lexington, Ky 2116 Rer J V Riley, Versailles. Ky 270U F II Norton, Lexington, Ky. 2S31 D B Good, Lexington, Ky U65DrS A Donaldson, Lexington, Ky . 2391 Dr 8 A Donaldson, Lexington, Ky 3021 G M Asher. Lexington, Ky .2775A M Newton. Lexington, Ky 3I7S. J DPurcell. Lexington, Ky 3S37 -- Mrs Sallie Owings, Lexington, Ky ...1710 FC Smith, LaOrange, .. 339L Valente Sentney, Lexington, Ky 3523 -- Mrs J D Armstrong, Lexington.Ky - J Wintersmith, Pjducan, Ky . .. & 11 17 17 41 J7 M 17 44 17 44 15. ir o 6 Sfl! W 8N S 6 . KM W tin 6 M SH , 50 & 45 45 S5, 6M i S 59 12 S7 K S7 12 57 12 a7 7 K 57 12 47 K 57 j 1457 M 50 M 49 . 1KW M4 0 i 12 111 K 57 111 W 1H ( r . . . . 49 49 je 48 W IS so 44 fa 17 III m nun MS 155 117 M 117 Ct 5t CD 4153 4130 22 45 41 41 41 41 50 460 19 50 SO 13Bi WW r26 128 12 123 12 117 120 117 117 117 84 5tl 1S6 W 0 0 42 50 42 50 43 50 1MN 1HN - . 4150 42 50 41 50 42 50 W W W 48 60 Ky. 4150 . 41 50 ft W CO Total Proht Over Cost . . . S1,68 2S $2,747 15 $1.115 EOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS all-wo- ol all-wo- ol w H A. SMITH BOWMAN, ""''"' " -- 1 MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. ' Secretary. n ston-ove- R. x Foid Roweir? HeWjpaper Directorij; I., ... m -- -- f NYRUP D"rCtPllJ:AIlDElI'I0T,iR .?. Illir ,r ! "The Eichmond, Ky.r Climax" weekly, is credited with the-- largest ciraalatloH accorded to any-- paper ia TtichmoBd or in Madison cennty or in ine tgnta uongreswoUj-iJwtrict.! OBIy papc ia "Madisoa conuty If which sapports all the JDeaiecratic : s j aomiaees, fwilB PreSS4Bt to Cesta- SUtSWIHK, $IJS:b -- f i. --' ' J Jdfr. uinvi. -- "X, I'- -J J .. ."3Sfc: