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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898101201_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. TOLTJME 25. RICHMOND, THINGS iBY MADISON COUNTY, NEW KENTUCKY, YORK FASHIONS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1898. NUMBER 19. "Saved Her Life." NOT TO BE 3ELIEYED. "OKBDEBSEE."! Oh, the wonder and sensation When the trusted bank cashier, With no previous intimation, Chanched one day to disappear; All the country ronnd was shaken By the staggering event And we wonder, fer he'd taken Nit a single blooming cent. bis book for. "Why, the last school I went to," said the lad. 'my teachei put me back to theflrfct of my hook after I havo 'went through it, and to prevent that at Ibis schnl I'm going to make a clean sweep as I go." w C Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. Tho divided bicycling skirt is very &$$0$$$3M99$M Why Suffer Agony ? When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CDEE is guaranteed to cure you. It is the discovery of an eminent physician. No Knife ! Ho fashionable. Tunic and tablier skirts are well adapted to winter fabrics and trimmings 9 deacon reclined in bis pew. On the soft velvet cushion he slumbered. But he woko as the preacher screamed: bald-head- The Willie "Do nnimils g.) t) .aVoii. Parson?" Parson Goodman "No William, probably not, or at least we bare no reason to tiling b."' Willie Thn tlie milk anil h. ;y in heawMi niust be canned goods. I Minpose." e The hairs of your head are all numbered." Then the deacon knelt down in his family pew He was thoroughly roused from his slumber. And the prayer that he offered was, "Lord, if that's true, Please send us down all the back num- "Brethren 'tis true t aksH POWDER Absolute! Purs ROYAL BAKING The first touch ofshprpiuss in the airbus brought out a arietv of soft cash mere waists. One well-cu- t and prettily trimmed black skirt of distinctly modish atmosphere is susceptible for wearing with different waists, with too effect of making a lady alwajs appeal" well-dlcs-e- Interruption of Business ! m SSXv ' . & bers." Shoulder seams have pieceptibly shortened. This necessitates the sleeve being very much higher on the outer side. Some pretty school frocks of fine plaid ami fancy weaves, or cashmeres of soft texture, are shown bj Rest & Co. One model has gored skirt in three pieces and waist perpeudicularlj tucked to a yoke depth at top. There is a velvet jacket front to form plain lever.s, and tho plain sleeve has puff at the top The new fall and winter catalogues issued by this firm is out, and will be sent to any huly forwardiug four cents in stamps. Dress bodices are cut low over high The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has cured thousands, and will cure you. MR. T. S. "WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department, says : -After years of suffering, DON'S PILE OINTMENT was recommended to me. The use of one bot effected a permanent cure. I voluntarily give you this statement, hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suffering with piles." JOini WALLET, cf Jefferson. tnan Trnom none Is more highly esteemed or rlc!j known, writes. "In ISO 1 had a sarcro attack of LaCrippe at tho end of four raontlis. In spito cf all physlrlans, friends and good nursing could Co, my lunjs heart and nervous system trcro RS. is., td so completely wrecked, my life was despaired of, my friends giving- - mo up. 1 could only sleep by tho use of opiates. My lungs and heart pained me terribly and my cough vras most aggravating. I could not Ho In one position but a short tlmo and not on my Irft sido at all. My husband brought mc Pr Miles' Nervine and Ilcart Curo and I bc-ptaking them. When I tad taken a half bottle of each I was much better and continuing persistently I took about a dozen' bottles and was completely restored to health to the scrpriso of all." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists under a positive gPtVMear guarantee. Crst bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of tho heart and nerves free. Address, DC MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. an g A colored oxhorter, while holding a meeting in Georgia, Sam; where did you pet it?" Atlanta a special "It', not a cold, it's I Constitution, solicited expense collection to defray the of the got it dancing with the meeting. "We'll pass aroun' do hat," tli2 other night." he said, "endurin' de singin' of dc hymn on page Xo. 203 'On Jordan's Sprocket "Had my tire punetiirid Stormy Banks ' " And then he pro Ibis morning." ceeded to "line out" the hymn, but so Crocket "You don't say! How intent was be the collection that he did it happen?" forgot whole lines of it, and supplied Sprocket "Riding in a strange country and ran against the forks of a others, with the following result. On Jordau's stonny banks I stand road." En casta wishful eye To canaau's fair fii happy land Teacher: "So you've forgotten al(Dan't let tint hat pa-- by!) ready what I told j on yesterday. O de transportin', rapturous scene What's the use of your head, Juhunv Ditt rises to my sight! Mfcg?" Johnny Miggs: "Please, sir to keep (Drap in dat nickel, JSrudder Green!) En rivers of delight! my collar on." CX.uld I but stand whar Moses stood En view de Idiulntupu o'er, (.'KAMI ! NotJoidau's stream, or Death's cold She swung in a hammock. "What a beastly you'u r. w got, saj-s.th- e POWOCR bay-feve- CO., NEW VOPK. grass-wido- s He was tempted to kiss, And in lcs3 than a jiffy editor has been inspiied after 'Mamma," said little Jack, "did looking over his list of delinquent God ever make any one with one blue to compose the, following: How dear to our hearts is the old eye and one blrk?" 0 W. MILLER. never beard of any one that was silver dollar, when some kind subso," said his mother. "Well, then, scriber presents it to view ; this liberty Atto ksey- - at- - Law, on jiiht look at Tommie .Tones the head without neeiie or collar; and all Kentucky. Richmond, things which to Ub seem so next time you see him and jtibtsee the Office in the Bnrnam Building, next door to febo-lFarmer's National Bank. new; the wide spending eagle, the arwhat I can do." s rows below it, the star ami the wordo s"C7XjXJx'T-A.3r. An Irishman, on being asked whj with the strange things they tell; the J, there was no record or trace of any of coin of our fathers, we're glad that we bis race being found in Noah's ark. re- knew it, for .sometimes or other twill Attoksey-- a Law, plied that "all his countrv-nie- n at that come in right well; the spread-eaglKENTUCKY. RICHMOND, dollar, tl e time weie very rich, and had boats of dollar, tho Olfiie over Taylor's I la rl ware store, op- their own. And, they would old silver dollar, we all love so well." posite Oonrt House, on Main SlrePt. not sail with beaats, anj how, as old A ventriloquist, who was a great Noah did-- " B- HOGG, H. practical jokeu while on board a fine c ATTORNEY AT LA W. steamboat became very intimate with Mother Charlie, you said you'd the engineer, and was allowed the freeKentucky. Ri iimoxd, school. been to dom of the engine-rool'resently a Charlie (With a far away look) certain part of the machinery began Office No. 13 First St. np stairs. 31 SO ye'm to creak. The engineer oiled it and Mother How does it happen that went about his tiutiei. In the course J. C. & D M. OIIKNAULT. your bauds smell flsbj? of a few minutes the creaking was Charlie I carried home the Sunday ATTORNEYS AT LAW, heard again, and the engineer rushed Kentucky. school paper an' an' the outside page over, Richmond, in baud, to lubiicate the is all about Jonah and the whale. same crank. Again he lesumed his Office on Second street, over post, but it was only a few minutes grocery. The followihg rattlesnake obituary before the same old crank was creaking appears in a Southern pajer: louder than eer. "Gieat jupiter!" PHYSICIANS. "This grave we make be yelled, "the thing's bewitcheJ." For little Andy; More oil was administered, but the Bit by a snake. DR. II. R. GIBSON, No whiskey handy." engineer begin to smell a rat. Pretty soon the crauk sqiiaeked again when, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Had little Andy slipping up behind the jjker, he squirtKentucky. Richmond. Been in Kentucky, ed half a pint of oil down lib 'back. He would hare been More lucky. (Ahem!) "There," said he, 'I guess that crank OiScein the Joe Vt lins building, iS and jo Sece sc wan't squeak any more." ij- ond Street, over Wane .old drucstore. A family living in the lierea locality went otT from home and left a pet pig CHAS. HOOKER, Ma. J . in this neighborhood had a locked up in the house where there was cook, but he hasu't got her now. He I ETEIUNA RY SURGEON, a churn of milk. The pig, in some found two big buck niggers eating Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. way, managed to get in the churn breakfast in his kitchen a few mornturning it over and after ings ago. He surprised the cook by a Specialty. without Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility nf& hii Ktairfl. over tor recently accu- - drinking to its satisfaction the little saying: "I don't mind paying jou iied by llichmoad Harness Co , East Main y St., animd was so much larger than when $3 oO a week to do the cooking and alapr.-llichmond, Ky. e went in it was impossible to back low in- - you to steal eight or ten dollars' out, so there be had to remain worth of grub, but when you begin to H. C. JASPER, M. D down in the churn with' his tail stick- run a nigger boarding-hous- e " on me Medicine and Snidery. ing straight np until the return of And when J pulled a pistol the niggers Collins Building, MainStreet. Ofhce (All who believe this broke ?3 worth of dishes getting out Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on the family. Broadway. original lie of Dick CampbellV, and the cook upset a hot stove diving --Kentucky. should do like the pig, Richmond, stand on tbier for the door and dodging from that head. Ed. Climax. pistol. Ail PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. isiqjaji papuriaqx flood (We want ten dollars more.) s 'I y ,s. condition of the troop?, tho nealect of which they had been made victims, was a stench in the nostrils of the whole public. If the Tribune dcsiics to know what the main trouble is we can give the necessary information in very few words. It is politics. While the Democrats have steadfastly refraino I from partisanship iu matters relating to the war the Republicans have been animated by quite diileiont 1'roin the very first the lively organs claimed it as a Republican wa, and declared tho results to be in the nature of a Kcpublicau victory. The first long roll of military appointments was almost entirely political iu its character. Men notoriously unfit were appointed to positions, the duties of which required vears to learn. And right there tho whole trouble bean. Since the close of the war we have seen with what anxious haste the organs gave claimed the ictory tor the Republican parly, though the men in the ranks were of all lartiesand never thought of politics. Such anxiety is naturally offensive lo honest and patriotic citizens, and the result is that the Republican paity has come out of the war distil c"ly weaker than when it went in Atlanta Constitution. Heats Hie Klondike. A. C. Thomas, of Maryvillc, 9 If CS m 1 WWy MWU I 7 W L Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. 1 lK 1 I plastrons. Many degrees of fullness find favor in sleeves, the evtrerncly closo model not being capecially favored. One naturally deplores the revival of white stockings, especially in these colordays of and high-ar- t ings in hosiery. Mations' evening gowns, and other trained costumes will show the circular flounce iu various forms of adjustEvki.yx Cable. ment. fast-blac- If Mf fnI Arrested ! e - DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. m WFr1 1 for not chewing S S lHbbhHMhI Hrii J n r 1 oct."-i- ""?;& jgi y Unit! eAiL PLUC ) Madison Momimenta ESTABLISHED Works k ra 1863. a "He don't chew Battle Ax, yer Honor." "He looks it!" "When you call for DeAVitt'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 & AVcIIf. RELIGIOUS. Rev. Edwards, of Louisville, preached morning and cveniug at the Baptist Church, this city, htbt Sabbath. His discourses contained many helpful the morning address being particularly adapted to the practicalities of life, the necessity for willingness in the service of God, uuquestion ing submission to His will, etc. Mr. Edwards will never lack for a sympathetic audience, for aside from his straightforward, earnest presentation of the "Word, his large experience enables him to vividly illustrate bis sermons from life. In this connection the principal thought suggested lo our mind by him, and oue not intimated in his remarks, in tlie extraordinary opportunities afforded all preachers to learn of the sins and sufferings of humanity and their causes. The wife whose husband is a gambler or drunkard will confide her sorrow to her pas tor next to her mother. The father, whose heart is wrung with grief over his waywood child, will some day unbosom his troubles to his faithful pas-- t jr. The murderer, the defaulter, the wrongdoer whatsoever his crime, will finally whisper the cause of his lemorse and restlessness into the ears of his sympathetic priest or pastor, while the world wags on iuignoranco. Therefore, when the minister condemns the common vices in high or low places we are prone to think he does not know what lie is talking about, or he is invading our sacred rights and overstepping his privileges. God forbid tlrat any man shall blame the faithful minister for pointing out and condemning error A w herever and whenever it appears. physician is no more to be blamed for allowing a deadly disease to gain a fatal foothold, than is a preacher who will permit sin unrebuked to bask itself before his gaze. As we so willingly follow the advice of the former, who has only our bodily welfare at heart, how much more attentive should we be to the Godly man who has at heart only the welfare of our immortal souls. s, Ignorance of the Law is no excuse, but ignorance of BATTLE AX is your misfortune not a crime and the only penalty is your loss in quan- tity as well as quality when you buy H any other kind of Chewing Tobacco. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. - J FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery AVork, will tint! it to their interest to call at the old stand in tlie rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, wlrere they will find constantly on liand a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all class-o- of buyers ?2Ui. W. G. GOUCHEIt. one. of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phase." Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will bo furnished on application. YOUR r.VTBONAGE SOLICITED- .s i ii efnember the name when you buy again. -- mmmm&mmmemmmmm&m word contests was a popular one in which tliey paid out some six thousand dollars, in one contest the whole sum ent to one person, amounting to over $1,000. e star-spangl- bfs-ide- - oil-c- Chen-ault- 's Mr. Tex., has found a more valuable di. -covery than has yet been made in the Klondike, for years he suffered untold agony from consumption accompanied by hemorrhages, ami was absolutely cure.! by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Couuhs and Colds, be declares that gold is of lillle value is com to this marvelous cute, would have it even if it cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma, IJronchiles and all throat and lungs affections are positively cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Trial bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Successors to W. G. White, Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or price JKMES D. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Only a few da . s ago Tlie Con- stitution divided nearly $5 000 in cash among successful! guessers in a contest the first prize of $2,500 going to Mr. D. I. Mcl-auri- of Clio, S. C. The sum to be paid out in this contest of course depends upon how many contestants enter it; every one who goes into it adds that much to the prize money. By special arragement of The Week'y Constitution, that great paper, and ours cau be obtained for one year at almost the price of one paper, only $1.75. Not Reconcen trodo Who has reconceiitrated all of his experience of more than thirty vearsin the PAINT and WALL" PAPER business, the knowledge thereby gained with all his energy and industry reconcen-- t rated he expects to be worthy of arrd to reconcentrate nearly all the demands for Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frame's, Paints, Oil, Glass. Varnishes, Brushes, Artists' and Painters' Supplies generally He makes and keeps for sale everything in the business in the largest quantities. Note the lleconcpntrado Prices: Wall Paper 3 cents, Window Shades complete 10 cents Picture Frames, glass, barking, screw eves and cord, 8x10, 23 cents; 10x20. portrait size. moulding, $1.00; moulding, $150 The best Mixed Paint in the market for $1.10; Carriage Paint 50c and 75c per quart, all our own make. Yon cam he a free and independent Beconcentrado by doing all your trading with THIS IS 1 refunded. 2 ADVICE TO YATTERS0M. Harrodsburg: Sayings 1 -- 1 --- G. W. EVANS, M. D., . Physician and Surgeon, - - - - Kentucky Richmond, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond, and residence on Second Street Mr. W.B. Scrivner, a farmer residing in the Ivirksville nighborhood, who never stretches tho blanket of veracity, tells of the following unique invention by a little school boy in this section: His teacher observed the little fellow tearing out the leaves from his book one by one as he would read over them, and running to him with a frown, she ask what he was destroying Free Pills. Send your address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particu-lai- y effective iu the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate tho system. Itegular size 2oc per box. Sold bv Perry & Thomas' Druggist, Successors to W. G. DENTAL STJnaSEY- - Tr. "OaeTTv& "C DEJITIST, OP LOCISNILLK, osoa KT. 9 Hri i 12-- K iir r4 vs Kfe BichmSnd, Ky. Office hours nov!7-ly next door to Government 1Building, to to . White. 2 Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-son, m mu i party m next door to postoffice. D ?. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. lately occupied by Dr. W. W. llurgin. over Collins' Grocery, same office Janl2-ly Atlanta Constitution.! QR J. C. MORCAN, DENT ST. Madison National Bank, Jly6-l- Why let your neighbors know it? And why cive thera a chance to guess you are even nve or ten years morcr Better nive them rood reasons for guessing the other way. It is vcy easy; for nothing tells of age so quicKly as gray natr. over Richmond, Ky. ce y k Louis I Mms y. yers er No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will beat Mr. J. B. Willis', Bishmond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Htb, I89S, returning every second Wednesday of each of month. Reference every physician febU-l- Richmond, Ky. Hair Vigor It hides the age under a luxuriant growth of hair the color of youth. It never fails to restore color to gray hair. It will stop the nair from coming out also. It feeds the hair bulbs. Thin hair becomes thick hair, and short hair becomes long hair. It cleanses the scalp; removes all is a youth-renew- Dr. R. Goldstein, Of No. 514 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., will be at the Hotel Qlyndon, Richmond, Ky., on Thursday, October 27, 1898, Returning one day in each month. Eyes examined, and glasses scientlficjJly adjusted. ocfc-ly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. E. III. HVE, Tmi it, Ltistfca, Ij. LITERARY, BIBLE, MEDICAL, AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. Tuition ftr Literary and Bitle Course $22 a year. More than twenty telchers. $10,000 cymnasinm. Thousands ot successful alumni. Social and moral welfare of i.ladents receive special attention. Open to both sexes. For jlyZ7-t- f catalogues address the Pxcsidtnt. dandruff, and prevents its formation. We have a book on the Hair which we will gladly Probably there I some i nmvu EBIirni lilr removed. Adorn Dr. J. C. Aycr, Lowell, Mass. , vbvt-ii- If too do not obtain ell the bene. liu Tun eilicnni iiut iiiv u.v v. It. nua the doctor alxiut ViRor. send you. ." difficulty LA:, All druggists tell Dr. 1W FI PJU The New Yoik Tribune is candid enough to admit that the outlook for Republican success in the Congressional clectious is not as bright as it might be. It says the party is hampered; and then it goes on to make out a list ot the troubles that are responsible for this dubious situation. Well, if the Republican pirty is hampered, who did the hampering? JTot the Democrats, certainly, for in every movement and measure calculated to bring vietory to our arms and glory to tho country, they were foremost. They throw no obstacles in the way of the administration; they put aside all partisan feeling and gave their votes and their moral f upport (o every ef fort of MrMcKinley to carry cut the desires of the people. Nor were the Democrats foremost in calling attention to the rank and mismanagement at home and at the front by which the flower of the volunteer army was wrecked and disabled; nor did they make haste topIae the responsibility for these things on the shoulders of Alger; nor did they make any charges against tho president. All these thing were loft for the Republican publicists and politicians to do. "When the truth of the situation was brought to view, the Democrats could not avoid seeing it. They could not shut their eyes to the awful mistakes that had been made, but we do not remember that any prominent Democrat or any reputable Democratic newspaper has' sought to take partisan advantage of tlie facto .aud make capital out of them. There was nonnecessity for that. The Bltuatipa spol;e Tor' iioolf, TJie u hoi-rib- screed that ran over a column in length of the Courier Journal, informs Mr. Bryan that "the say is up to you." The srg nificance of this phrase is not altogether elucidated by tho context. Such things as 1G to 1 and apposition to government by injunction are declared to be deader that African slavery and barren idealities, yet Mr. .Bryan, the living exponent of these doctrines, is extolled ns greater than a king the maker of kings. Denying to him the wisdom and virtues necessary to be king, Mr. Watterson lauds him as superior to monarch or president a Warwick who may name the succession. Six and a half million freeman laugh at and deride such imbecility. If Mr. Bryan is great enough to name the next president of the United States, such statesmanlike qualities entitle him to be president, and by the eternal he shall bo president or the gates of hell have prevailed against this nation forever and a day. Lives there the man whoso faculties have so gone to seed that lie does not recognize Mr. Bryan as the next Democratic candi date for president? Democracy heartily accords him this distinction and nothing short of death can deprive him of it. Millions of voters love him de votedly love him for the enemies he has made love hini for his humanity for his intense patriotism love him as the acme of his generation's manhoodlove him because he is worthy of their fullest affection aud, mark ye, Col. Wattorson, we are going to elect him president in 1900. If this is a consummation you are sworn to oppose, then you would as well take your station with the common enemy as in '95, '9G and '97 and prime your pen with wormwood anil gall. Don't utter any useless compliments, don't bouquets; for if throw any you aie still opposed to Mr. Bryan, you would as well return to your mire and your vomit as iu years gone by. Issue your deO at once and join forces with the McKinley, Alger aud Hanna Don't bo playing us to "work" the enemy. "Wo are ''on to your racket." You must ' come out boldly and without recourse for our candidate and our principles or we will consider you in the future as in '9G, a part of Republican paity. "Choose ye, this day, whom ye will Col. Watterson, in a 2G-shop-mad- e to-da- y. A WAR-LIK- E WORD. The Atlanta Weekly Constiution's Contest Continued Until December 1st, as No One Got the Right Word. Two Papers at Almost Ihc Price of One and a Chance at a Good Sum of Money in Addition. only tlrat, but under our arrangement with The Weekly Constitution every person who takes advantage of this clubbing proposition, subscribing for both papers, will be entitled lo a guess at the missing word. All clubbing subscriptions should bo sent to this paper with each subscriber's guess at tlie missing word plainly written The guess and name and the address of each subscriber will be forwarded by us to The Constitution. The readers of our paper who subscribe jointly to it and to The Weekly Constitution have freo access into this contest just opened; aud it may be that Eome of them will get the money to be distributed. The only condition of the contest is tlrat every guesser must be a subscriber; and taking advantage of The Constitution's offer we present this opiortunity to all who wish to subscribe to both papers Every person should have his county paper, and Tire Weekly Constitution, with its immense circulation, occupies the urriquo distinction of being 2W ff, IM STREET. the greatest American weekly newspaP S. Having boucht in the last GO per. of V nil Paper from ila.s two one of the largest factories irr Philadelphia, we received from the President if the Company a very complimentary thank1', and iu conclusion Ire stated, 'You nre a regular KECoxcEXTitADo" in tho Wall Paper business. We plead guilty to the indictment. We guess wo are, or else we would never have G. M. W. been accused. Catarrh cf tlie bimeli, be- cause it it most prevalent in N OT skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced Or r.ny of those here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that sea-goi- 3D. 3P. IRIMIIEIR,, m. The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters, where he lias been for over 31 years, in the good old tow n of IJichmond 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. $S Give him a call and enconrago ie2i)-6home trade. ei y. mm, Richmond Market r'mj v TO car-loa- ds 'catarrh 1 sl'A WuA m.nVim, a&a 3l M&a11 iff It's poor logic to agree that all meats arealike. Our meats are the best. "We kill first- ruM yjlf j class cattle, is wiry we have of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by giving us a trial order that our Beef, th 'summer months, is called sumirer catarrh. 1 The Missing Word Coniest ol The Atlanta Weeekly Constitution Will Distribule Ten Per Cent of the Receipts from Contestants. le The weekly Constitution, published at Atlanta, Ga., has announced the extension of its September missing word contest to December 1st. The reason assigned for tho continuation of the contebt is that no one has yet named T the proper misbing word; no one is en- mended, and it relieved me at once." titled to the prize money. 10 per cent and cured Mr. John Harting, 633 of subscriptions entering the contest; Main St., Cincinnati, O., and The Constitution don't want to keep writes: "My wife and 5) it. Irr additiorr to tho percentage, which myself took your Pe a lf f. round sum, an extra lor chronic tliar-t- ,' IS a good iri rhoca and it cured ns. U afforded in addition for prize of i 7 No dpctor or medicine t le tirst correct gticba. provided it is r wc tried before helped ceived by Jclooer 10th. Here is the us." Mi Edward Wormack, first instance in our ex perienceof money in the hands of a newspaper that it not Ledbstter, Tex., writes: for bowel only does not want, but actually will " trnnWpR is nnrnimlled pay you $200 to come and get it. The br anvthirjfr in mv ex- - r &. solution of the problem involved in the penence. I owe my Uv,K2fc(?ij life and missing word sentence is all they want. eliiH to nlw'lT-serve." out... X!M9.y', .....jw PPMim. j4fKcf?f It is a very plain proposition, a curious menu it. to uiose auuer- - yn Humanity. Domooiacy, Bryanism you might make a shot tng as I was." one, too, and and Free Silver forevei! at it and get the money. Try it at last Mr. John Edgarton, 1020 Third Ave., aud help out the man who is that much Altoona, Pa., says: "I suffered from For broken surfaces, sores, insect dysentery for three years I took bites, burns, skin diseases and especial- smarter than you are. and. am now well." ly piles there is one reliable remedy, The Constitution publishes full parDeWitt's Witch Uazel Salvo. When ticulars of the healing of the book and yon call for DeWitt's don't accept placing it in tire safety vault of The CALL counterfeits or frt "ids. You will not be disappointed with DeWitt's Witch Couslif upon, where it will bo kept sealed utttil time to deliver it, still .sealed Hazel Salve. Douglas & Wells, until time to deliver Jt btill sealed, to Hon. William Liudsay registered tho committee deciding tho coute&t on Ne The .ftesal Saarr 4. as a Demecrat, Tuesday. JSow. if Lg December 1st. Ten per cent of the PARLOR SALOON will vote a3 a Democrat and work ns a money received from subscribers who WHEN IN TOWN. Democrat ho will show that he is in enter the missing word contest during earneet. The trouble with Mr. Lindsay tha period of the centest will be paid to was that he thoughtCol. Watterson and the person or persons naming correctly Coolest and most refreshing; the whole thing the missing word in the follow fng berr- the Courier-Journof drinks that can be found, in Kentucky, wheras they constituted tence. in the, city' are dispensed whole squadron then tet out to the tip end of the hair on tbo tip end of "The and accommo." hunt down the dog's tail when tho Iwys in the Tha editor oi this paper does not exdating clerk's. trenches put on their war paint end went after them. Mr. Lindsay prefer- press his opinion as to what the tquad-ro- n Genuine Saratoga Wafer Kept en Tap. set out to hunt down, but it must red to come back to the house of Ills something that was quite fathers instead of doing as the Hon. " SeciondSW Bill Byauni who has announced his elusive and rather hard to catch aud Phoned. purpose to affiliato with the, EepublJ bottle up. can8.HRrrodsburjir Sjiy iujrst J , Tho Constitution's scjiagoff rnigig . j .. . . sl i . surprises many that bowel trouble i3 catarrhal. Dr. Hartman's books make this plain. Write to the Medicine Co., Columbus, O., for them. They tell all about catarrh and how cures it wherever located. "I had chronic diarrhoea for fifteen years,"' writes Mr. T. E. Miller, Grand Prairie, Tex. " I tried manr medicines ann ' v .n L doctors in vain. At last 'n a- Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- ALL. WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" Kemcdjr, Meats, are not excelled by any market. Mutton, Pork and- - other Fresh PisH Klecieved Daily. Home-grow- &c, &c., can be found in our market at all times. Thanking you for past patronage, I solicit a continuance ot same. n vegetables snch as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, Bad-dish- wSF saw lJ J M I ff 9 Telephone 11 JS f "MD..ouo&s, may25-l- y Mackey Building, Main St. $-- 00 I Is? 4JS1 K . Is the best Ior Fcraile TroaMej. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Organs. Should b taken forCta-ij- t of Life and before PIsiltrs "0!d Tlae" Reartlo have stood the test for twenty years. ChlU-Birt- h. 1Wtt1WM1MWM& fl Ui D Cr.no nfnrrl P. Pn UU ru-n- Kado oaly bv NewSpencerMedldneCo., tanousa, Trnnnscc Cbt- - Di 0 ldbiC UIU 01 IM -- Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W dec8-lO. White. yr I'e-ru-- jj Pc-ru-n- a. Ui?)!S 'it "i.s-'- i 3N m Wanted-f- ln Idea Protect your Idea: they mar brln? you wealth. Write JOH.V WEDDEHBUBN A CO, Patent Attorneys. Waihlngldii. U. CUfor their S1.HX prise offer end mt ot two hundred lnTenUons wanted. -- --' S & Capital g pM - ABE HEADQUARTERS FOR Wagons, HON. a. T. CALDWELL, Pe-ru-- na of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom. mends "Wrights Celery-Capsules- ATf pParkehsbueg, W. Va., January 26, 1995. Tub Weight Med. Co., Colnml)U8, Ohio. ss& u - ber, 1894, and find them to be as recommended. I first beuan taking them Wright's T have Gentlemen:Capsules Celery been using since Novem- M Which is known to be the best all over this county and State. A- fine line of O. K. RANGES and COOK . STOVES, the most complete line of all class of farm Implements and Shelf Hardware in the market. We are prepared to do the best class of , al b' up-torda- te -- have'-.bee- n while at HotSprinss, Atk, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatum. Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which T had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief rora the beginning and "have need them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, 1 recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either ot them. Very traly yours, T. CALDWBI.L.., Tfomfr- - -- Prae Sold by"T.'S, BOearjta d $L0O prbMC.'- - QsU t ClIAKLBS & Tin Work and Roofing. J. I MM 1 Co., Richmond, Ky. SL. Ba. drug-o?eHlKet-irl t '.- s. V, ?. &&&&fe& fee. iS&r i. - " t V- - ' &-- - s-- i."-- ?r - . F r&. & K1.&3 :. & Tsrr? ' 4i .s- - who is not pprfectly sincere in his convictions, and who hasn't the nervo to hit the Elmms in his own party wlien Proprietor and Editor. he knows they exist, will only dtter I A. O.MlLLEJt7 C. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. thoughtful men from heeding his adrioo and following his example. No WEDNESDAY. OCT. 12, 1F9S. matter how much you may favor par ticular measures you are sure to kill them by vour advocacy, and a man PCKLWirM rvr.KV W'KDNRSIIAT EY with such a g'ft is certainly useful to Co. Democracy. .But as your confessed flop and our alleged flicker are not issues in this PKICK l'Kll YKAlt, 1.50. campaign, we ask the pardon of our pitrons, and, if unmolested, will to our text, the discussion of the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. political issues of this all too listless The Richmond Climax. America's Greatest Medicine is PERSONAL. Mr. 35. W, Turner was in Lexington last week. Mrs. T. E. Baldwin has returned from Stauford Mrs. Bettie McDowell is the guest of Mrs. C. S. Holton. Mrs. C. H. Vaught mid son are visiting at Treuton, Ky., Editor R. W. Miller was in Cincinnati Friday on business. was here last week. Remember the Dazaar to be given by the ladies of the Baptist church. Mr. David 33dmiston was the guest last week of his bister, Mrs. W. W. Rurgin. Miss Neville Davis, of Harrodsburg, was the guest last week of the Misses I'arkes, at Paint Lick. Dr. Louis II Landman, optician, of 503 W. 9th St. Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at J.B. Willis' Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Gaines, of Burlington, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Jasper, on Broadway. Mrs. C. D. Chenault and handsome daughter, Miss Kit Chenault, spent a day in Lexington last week. Miss Belle Palmer, of Louisville, re turned home last Thursday after a to-da- The Central News. The Climax Printing FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OP SHCLBY COUNTY. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CONGRESS. 7e arc anthemed to announce W. H. ZIEG-Ltef Union Mills, Jessamine county, a candidate on tbe Prohibition ticket for Con-ks Iiom the Eighth Congressional District oct5-td- c vl Kentucky. pi Hood's Sarsaparilla, Which absolutely Cures every form of Impure blood, from The pimple on your Face to the great Scrofula sore which Drains your system. Thousands of people Testify that Hood's campaign. Sarsaparilla cures The Republican politicians are cheerScrofula, Salt Rheum, ful and willing liars. When prices go Dyspepsia, Malaria, down they say it is due to supply and demand, and when prices go up they Catarrh, Rheumatism, rn Kev. S.V. M. Logan, of Middles-boroug- We have received the first copy of the Central News for this college year. It is bright and newsy as of old, and as it is under the management of Mr. Cooper it will hold up its high standard of last year. If the Atlantis wero abolished entirely and its resources could be applied to the News that already excellent sheet would be Hie envy of the college press of the south. The Atlantis as a vehicle of prize essays is alright, but entirely to expensive for those luxuries) But as a representative of the literary side of college affairs it is a dead letter. It is not read. The prize essays could be printed in the News along during the year and the money thus saved would go toward enhancing the value and attractiveness of the Central News. Agents Wanted. NOTICE. The question of issuiug and selling Madison County Turnpike bonds have been submitted to this county, and being advised the Court is of the opinion that Madison county bonds should be issued aud sold for the of purchasing and maintaining the Turnpikes of Madison county, Ky. It is therefore ordered by this Court that an election be held and polls be opened at the next regular election to be held in the county iu November, pur-post f WW JLJL.JL:iL ,(K 7W 7W Lcafc fc- lK"ie m n -- te ss - - - ta i s sl: q b - :ss..-- as k Madison Ma' Tkiim, June 7, li9S. County' State of Kentucky, bCi' Madison County. Fiscal Court. The Reduction of s 9 S-6-- V i Hips t - k g; ' Applies to every article in our store. We're making a bona fide effort to cut down the size of our summer stock, and it's by a tumble in prices we'll do it. "We have a new story for you every day in Notions, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes and Gents' Furnishings. - tj,-- 1893. accuse the Dinglcy bill of doing the business. Will anyliody name anything farmers have to sell, the price of hich has been raised by the Dingley hill? FOR AUDITOR. Will anybody name some of the arti We are authorized to announce JOHN B. visit to Mrs. J. W. Cuporton. which farmers have to buy that CHKNAULT. of Madifcon county, a candidate chs take Mr. Taylor's advice "go home and Miss Katie Smith entertained very for the ottice of State Auditor, subject to the have not been raised by the Dingley vote" against the whole hypocritical delightfully labt action ef the Democratic State Convention. ednesday evening bill- outfit. They told the people last year in honor of Miss Burgess and Baldwin. Mrs. Neale Bennett, of Richmond, that the Dingley bill made wheat a dolClad in the initiit garb of a republiThe indications are that our brainy lar a bushel. The Dinsley bill is still is the guest of her mother, Mrs Laura can editor, as becouiini: to a veteran Attorney-Gen'l- ., Taylor, will die if the in force. Will they tell us the reason Thompson. Mt. Sterling Sentinel Domocrat like Jtnle Tipton as a short dress. Morris & Grihble, State ManGoebel bill isn't repealed. Let's don't that wheat is now only worth 50 cents? Democrat. agers. Lock Box 187, Richmond Kenneckto the shirt with both tails Mr. Ed Rowland canio over from tucky. repeal 'er. Ofliice, Main Street, over Dr. band, he is unqiiefctioiiHbly most uncomJessamine to register in order to vote Speaking of renegades the straight Democratic ticket this fal! Hobsons Dental Parlors. fortable or lost to all sense of humor, Whenever Mr. Davidson gets up calls to mind the curious position which in Madison. which ip his chiefest charm. Why, City ofToledo, State of Ohio.County--. to orate about the "glorious triumph Davidson's oflicial organ finds itself in. Mrs. IJ. M. Dickson and daughter, Lucas Judge, did on repudiate jour party? j ss ol our arms" ask him why he was un Poor Tom Adams, who founded the Miss Lizzettc. weie called to Richmond, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Perhaps the opinion of both Democrats willing to allow his campaign contri- paper, pushed it through darkness to Wednesday, on account of the illness is the senior partner of the firm of F. J and Republicans is wrong but you of Dr. Blanton. Cheney & Co., doing business in the buting millionaries to pay a small in- daylight, supported McKiuley and Miss held your Government position all the Francis Claybrook.of Hutchisor, City of Toledo, County and State aforecome tax as their contribution to the helped nominate Davidson when Tipleft yesterday for Council Bluff, Iowa, said, and that isaid firm will pay the tame. expense of all his glory. ton was or ought to have been fighting to visit friends, and will also attend the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS "lint how in the world could he rethat statesman, is turned down aud al- Omaha Exposition. Paris Kentuckian. for each and evevery case of Catarrh nounce his faith in the party of his Miss Lizzie Wherritt and niece, Miss that cannot he cured by the use of The war is over, but President most turned out of the convention fathers, for which he had labored long is btill holding 5200.000,000 in that lately nominated his favorite for a Elizabeth Griffeth, have returned to Hall's Catarrh Cure. and honestly and effectively" a curious Frank J. Cheney. Vicksburg, Miss., fact that gild in the treasury and the distribu- second term. Tom is doing horseback theyellow fever is despite the that state. Sworn to before me and subscribed raging in public paused a moment aud inquired; my presence, this Cth day of Decemtion of interest bearing bonds among work on the paper while Tipton is Mr. R. I). Campbell, the Climax's in but God onU know unless you loved the rich and the purchase of revenue called to the tripod, and Tip has a good gifted and hustling contributor from ber, A. D. 1SS0. ' he flesh pots of office more than the , A. "W. Gleason, poor, goes merrily on. job and Lish Parrish has a job, both Whites Station, was the guest of Mr. ( seai, principles of Democracy; that's the only s'.amps by the Clarence E. Woods last Wednesday, 1 ' ' 'renegades," but Tom, the only real and left for a visit to Lexington. Xolary Public. visible reason, believed not only by Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally POLITICS. rad of the three is given a back teat Democrats but by your Miss Belle Palmer, who was the guest directly and This is the most prosperous period Do you think Tom enjoys it? He may of Mrs. J. W. Caperton, had several and actssurfaces of on the blood Send bedfellows. Why, Judge, don'tyou feel mucous the system. in the history of our Nation" David try to bear it, but it is not in the nature dinners giveu in her honor among the for testimonials, free. awful lonesome Mime times, and want of the man to enjoy having his honors most notable being those of Miss F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. to fijrUt and scratch and make some son. Sold by Druggists. 75c. wrenched from him by Rodes' two Minva Park Phelps aud Mrs J T. FACTS 1XK FARMERS. other Democratic editor commit Iiarri Shackelford. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Revenue Republicans. Wheat o0 cents bushel ! karri like you have? Don't for a minoct5-lThe marriage of Miss Minna Crutch-er- , lt ol Richmond, to G. W. Corn SI barrel. ute imogine t your tol;tical Richmond, Ky., Climax says is announced to take place Evans, Jr., The next month. weighs a penny's worth uth Re!! Hush!! II 1! Prosperity??!! that not a single Republican newspa- The prospective bride isquite a favorite Estny Sow and Pig. per in the Seventh Congressional Dis- ia this city, where bhe lias been a frepublicans or Democrats why. because prom nrje's iikview of iiusix'ess octo-iie- trict has made mention of the candithe former never welcomes a recruit S. 1808. date of the editor of The Standard for quent visitor. Lancaster Record. and the latter wants Rev. Chas. A. Logan, who has been Congress and for no other reason than FACTS VS. IlAVIIlsOX. A small spotted sow with one pig only alanding-iivoters, men who vote that he is a Negro. The Climax tells supplying theat pulpit of tho Presby came to my place about October 1, and Dun says: ''The final returns of Jackson, Ky., during as they regii-le:-! And you know you failures for the third quarter of 1S9S the truth. They are trying to ignore terian church summer, returned last week have since been aired for by me. Owner didn't do that. Yon registered as a coiihidearably exceed last week's esti- us, but "keep kool." "when the giner-a- l the isit his parents, Mr.homeMrs. G. W. can have same by calling and paving and roll is called, we'll be dar," aud if we to charges Democrat," tmt you voted as a JAS. COSBY. mate, lumbering in all 2,550, with lia- don't "git dar" we will see to it that the Ixigan. He left yestesday to resume You openly confessed thif his btudies at the Southern Presbyterian bilities of S32,fi0S,2U; those of banking other fellow does not. Lexington Theological Seminary in Louisville. in the cuHrt h use a year ago. and that institutions, including a loan and trust Standard. jT Shelby Sentinel. - the day y.n tore your shirt though company, for $5,440,970, being unusualThe announcement is made from Ix a speech at Richmond, Monday, it iMid been ripping badly for some time. ly large, 57J503.43G against $10,SG4.C04 Attorney-GenerTaylor, one of the Richmond, of the engagement of Geo. 5Ht,JHdge.ememberlhis: Whenever in the two previous quarters." accidents of '93 who is pulling the W. Evans, Jr., private Secretary of McCrearv, and Miss Min wires for the Republican nomination a wan leaves his party with the hope of for governor, took occasion to "kilt" na irutcher. Miss Crutcher is reward, or for notoriety, repudiates the WHAT A FALL, O, MY CONGRESSMAN! Mr. Clarence K. Woods, of the Richhere having frequently visited jvriHciples and tutchings of a lifetime, In the Climax of Misses Thompson, and is a most chai tilDun says: "The fall of cotton to the mond Climax. and assaults the diameter and intelliWednesday mt. Woods takes occa- ing young woman. The wedding will lowpat quotation ever known." gence of his old sion to skin and roast Mr. TaIor, and occur early in November. Mt. Sterho stultifies FULL THE WOOL FROM THEIR EVES now if Mr. Taylor is as smart as he ling Sentinel Democrat. hiiuself and can hence forth be a source Dun says: "The last quarter of 1S9S smarts he is indeed a man of rare inof neither injury to the one nor assiste know author, but the tritellectual attainments. Cyntliiana bute to the not itsMrs. Sidney V. Row late ance to tho other. He has forfeited the begins with seiiFational trouble in wool, Democrat. land, in Fridays Register, must have reject of one party and will ever be the Tradesmen's National Bank havproceeded from one who walks with THE CRIME TO HE REPEATED. looked ujkjh with suspicion by the otli ing failed, with large reported loans to God, so divinely beautiful and sweet er. Especially i tne latter true in Wool Warehouse, while the Wool ExThe chairman of a Republican Con- were the thoughts expressed. To evoke these days uh-- there are not enough change his stopped sales, and the Wool gressional Committee was heard to such a tribute the dead must possess a IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, jobs to go round anions the "faithful." Record has stopped publication, and say the other day, that unless they character most Godlike, and no wor- and you can also say extremethier subject could have been found for and they wry justly 'Kick" against th same week witnessed the failure could speedily raise $300,000, they did such a 6uperb enlogy than Mrs. Row- ly comfortable, when you are men like yon being favored when they, of the Sawyer mills and the Plymouth not have a dead man's chance to con land. driving in one of our easy mills. It can do no good to disguise trol the next Congress. The managers wholKirelhe heat and burden of the The many Richmond friends of that the fact." day, are left out in the cold. of the Republican party have reached most estimable lad, Mis. J. J. Brooks, and handsome Buggies and As to ourselves, Jud-- e, search the the point of believing that all they were delighted to have her with them Phtetons. Our stock of fine last week, when she was raiwtls, and you will find that your fling have to do when they wish the vote again, of Mrs J. W. Smith, on the WHEAT STILL DECLINES. guest West carriages is unsurpassed for at our Democracy is unfounded. This Dun savs: "Wheat has been declin of the American suffragists is simply Main street. Mrs Brooks is much is the second litue the I'aiitagmph h:is ing a little. Allrepoits still indicate to raise so much money and buy them pleased with Nicholaswlle and says the beauty, durability and "Colonel" is doing nicely there". Dr. general superiority, and we sought to weaken us, an J we again de- that fanners are quite generally hold- body and soul. Brooks was the oldest drimgist in nounce the statement as false, ltless ing back their crop in the hope of Democrats, do your duty! C. E W. J. J. Richmond when he left here and is not are selling them at prices that , we were elected Secretary higher prices. Cash prices continue to yourbone-only business but is a Dear Panty We See you are still socialan adept at thefavorite wherever will surprise you, quality conof that meeting in fall." and business trying to prove that the "uncouth, un- he goes. we h. e our minutes jet! sidered. John Donelson. cultured and misfit" Attorney General No, Judge, ve voted all right; we The rnaniage of Mits Anna Phelps LONG GEEEN T. o! s respectable just because Senator John the lovely young daughter of Mr. M. A. have a clear Democratic record in all Dun save: "With stock of Tobacco Bennett introduced him to us and the Phelps, and Mr. Richaid Cobb Hocker. political contests since we could vote, For Sale. Trust falling over $20 last week, it is rest of his audience here on court day. a wealthy and promising young farmer, castonr first votes in the of Lincoln, will take place October26tb, oieH-balstyle in ISNi and don't lit not surprising that there is some weak The Senator never made a briefer intro- at the home of the bride's parents near iu that department." duction, at that. But the point we made this place. Miss Anna so recentthiss!ii your mind just because misery ness Seventy-fiv- e extra quality, select is this: Lt iGovernor Worthington re- ly made her bow to Richmond society feeding loves company! cattle. M. BIJUR WHITE AND 1IOGSfused publicly to introduce this man that her friends universally regret Sept Box 372 Richmond, Ky. We wiid it did not matter a penny's her early transplanting to another com Dun says: "Live hogs aud pork Taylor, and not long ago the Governor muiiity. After a bridal tour Mr. and worth about your beinu a Republican. himself gave a state dinner and snub- Mr.'. Hccktr will be at home to their We take that hick, Judge we areglad products are all weaker." county in the State ot Kcntuctv bed him dead. Deny this! friends at "The Crow's Nest," their to see that th Democrats are not to I to scllthe Oxygenator Treatment pretty country home near Stauford. iur luc ijure ui iaiarro. Aaionu of your venerbe entirely MONEY AND RANKS. Deodorizes and purifies the Another negro newspaper in Ken- Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Perry spent sev- and breath. Improves the voice, cleanses and able service-8- fr even a Republican Dun says: "There was a further tucky, the Blue Grass Bugle, has just eral days last week with friends and heals the inflamed air passages. Restores lost and Mrs. J. B. tastemost smell. Cures Catarrhal Deafness. break in the money market this week, been started at Frankfort. Its first issue relatives in Richmond sensible and scientific treatment on to an en- The Easy and 'Biiowu i :'s Lexington 's iu spite of the continued effort of the is quite creditable in every way. It Embry has to beinvitations Jessamine the market one andto administer cents costs day. the tertainment given at sufferer but per banks to maintain rates." asks, in a. word, that the Negro be given Institute in honor of her niece, Miss Liberal salary and commission to good agents. Every Call on or Busiest a chance in the race of life to "cover Nannette Camilla Heath. Tuesday dress, Treatment guaranteed.& QRIBBLE, adMORRIS ooon news ron farmers at last. State Managers. himself with glory as a civilian as well evening, Oct. 11. Miss Heath, who is Lock Box 1S7, Richmond, Kv. a graduate of the elocution Dun says: "Improvement is seen as a soldier" We'll tell the editor a of The Boston Conservatory department Office Main Street, over Dr. Hobson's Denof Music, tal Parlors. in printing materials, type, machinery, short route to the goal: Teach the ne- will give a recital, assisted by Mrs. W. paper, bookbinders, supplies, station gro that his suffrage is sacred, its free K. Beasley. For an invition to this Climax here exLressee its ap- All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. ery lines, rubber belting and hose.and exercise the highest liberty, and its sale preciation. We know full well the high bicycle materials are in heavy demand, the deepest depravity. Fight lt out on class entertainment given by this w ith sporting goods doing well." that line and the 60 called 'Negro Prob. charming and gifted young lady. For Privately. leni" will be solved. Mrs. John T. McClintock. nee Miss RoiO Vickers, arrived at home last In the foregoing quotations we have Wat Hahdin's Shelby ville speech, in Tuesday afternoon from Pine Bluff, We are now showing some beau- quoted verbatim from the yesterday's Dispatch, is the greatest ef- Ark. she found her infaut in a critiI will sell privately my tiful creations in high art Dun's Review. To sum up, fort of his life. He announces him- cal condition dispite the best of treat- Mill pike, about 2JJ miles farm on the name's from Richmond, Ky., near Pond meeting house, containing 60 acres, d and "show up" the present .lirect from the condition of self a candidate for Governor and this ment it had received from best about under cultivation, good frame of friends. Mrs McClintock's father dwelling with ik'Mgners. Exclusive pat- trade, we compare it, not with 1S02, speech should be in every two household died after a long illness and her mother, outbuildings, six rooms, and barnes and other orchard vineyard, good terns, new colors, latest btyles, "the most prosperous year in history," as a reminder of the worth and work alone, well watered, live springs. Call on had broken hereself down fences, Shearer Wm. J. lowest prices. or undersigned. but with last year, 1S97: nursing him. so that the daughter went Sept of that Democratic Statesman. MRS. JANE SHEARER. as a nurse to one and a relief to the "The closing quotations each day, ORIENTAL CURTAINS. ....$ 5 00 pr Gov. McUreaby received an ovation other. Leaving the death chamber of SILK FACED CURTAINS 7 53 pr for the more important commodities, Stanford Monday which he spoke her father to receive her almost dying 10 00 pr and corresponding figures for last year, at SATIN BUSSE CURTAINS to her arms was a great test of there. He was met with carriages load- infant 1 75 ea are given herewith:" .. MANTLE LAMDUIQUINS fortitude, but affectionate friends m 1S9S. 1S97. ed with friends, escorted to the hotel, this the home of her adoption will soften the double sorrow we feel sure. Wheat- 71 50 93 25 poke to an immense audience after dinI will rent publicly to the highest bidder, on A handsome line of BATTENRERG vyOril. .............. ner and the Journal sajs his speech will MtJ. ....... ......ol ol ......O'S November 1, at 3 o'clock, p m., 200 acres ot fine CUKTAINo, trom7.50 to $27.50 per Cotton result in many votes for Gilbert Good grazing land at the Forks of Speedwell and 5 'Si 6 50 Big Hill turnpikes, four miles south of Richpair. Petroleum mond. 105 50 72 CO for the Governor. MRS. R. J. WHITE, SR. Yates. The infant son of Mr. and D. W. TRIBBLE, Acctiokbbb. Lard 5 12 4 Go The Smiths are in evidence right Mrs. Collins Yates, died at their home, . .o oU iorKH no to now, W. B., ot Richmond, wants to be near Speedwell, Monday night. Ills Wall-Pi- ptr Store Live Hogs 4 00 4 50 Democratic nominee for Governor, W. McClintock. Mary Herndon, the Coffefl No. 7 Rio .... IT, 7 V M., of .Mayfield, would like to be daughter of John and AVith thoughts turned toward refurnThus wheat, cotton, pork, live hogs, and the only John S., ishing, the stock invites and cotfee are lower this year than of Paris, has his eye on the Auditor-shi- Rose Vickers McClintock, died last Saturday after a short illness. The your attention. The keynote is 27CW last, and coal oil costs us more! Where Cyntliiana Democrat. As Assignee of John W. Parrish, I furnal was conducted in the parlors of will sell to the highest and best bidder, CrSOtis. space is full of new are those good times? This is not gre-.i- t The Mr. John B. Chenault is back from a the Hotel Glyndou aud was largely at- on the premises, near Silver Creek, on ideas. You find your decoration calamity howling. It is part of what scheme and supply all its requirements we wanted to ask Mr. Tavlor about trip in the interest of his candidacy for tended. IJurial in Kichmond Cemethe Democratic nomination for State tery, In thier bereavement the young at one visit. It is much easier to plan, last week! Ociok 1 Auditor, He is in flnespirits both over parents have the sympathy of many Tuesday, match and study here among the goods anotuer time when the farmers get his prospects and the outlook for Demo- friends. than at home. Between hours of 10 o'clock, a. m., and cratic success in the Congressional races THE HOT END OF IT. Visit the Department Slock Hems. 12 o'clock, m , the following described next mouth. goes on to "Farmers begin Judge B. property, viz.: Fine Special for This Week. to Dun the futilitysay: holding wheat. Davidson refused to meet Gilbert in F. Col. Tom English sold for Monday, Two tracts of laud situated in MadiItoach, on the streets, hero, see of 8 standard bred brood mares at from son county, on the waters of Silver There seems to be a general impres joint debate. The former read his own S75 to A Carnation Pattern, $110 6 colts at $30 to Creek. The first tract contains 105 sion, especially at v.estern cities, that and only speech in the Climax and S40. Severaland the equinesfrom Judge acres, more or less, and is situated on of cost nothing but the frafarmers are holding back a lot of wheat, has concluded to retire to his ho!o and Eoach ten times what he got tor them, the Lancaster turnpike, about six miles although Col. English considered the from Richmond, and is bounded by 15c and there is much talk of contracts to leave his case to the rantagragh. grance lacking sale a good one. Harrodsburg Sayings. the lands of Mrs. Jno. V. Parrish on build Inrge bins for storing wheat at Special Red and Our the cast, by the land of Dr. Hockaday When Col, Forrester starts his paper the farms. Meanwhile from Missouri on tne soutn. ny tne Jatia or Wm. i. Yellow " Briar Brush next month he will skin the renegade Awarded Powers on the west, and by the Lancomes the statement that a movement Democrat who says he ia a renegado Highest Honors turnpike on the north, and being Pattern, as perfect as has been inaugurated which proposes World's Fair. caster of tho Humphrey Republican. Let the fur fly.. Its all in a part Bennett land. to incorporate most of tho largo farmers Scotch Tho second tract is near the Lancasthe same family now. in n gigantic combination which shall ter turnpike, about six miles from 20c roses PS RJ ??v hold wheat until at least SO cents is ofRichmond, and is. bounded by the Tip says Col. Forrester is a "reneFour h Ingrains land of Jno. Bronston on the north, fered. The scheme includes an elabor- gade Democrat." That bents, a revTaylor heirs on the east. Miss Nannie at 10c, with match ceilate system of reporting acreage and enue Republican. Ualhird on the south, and by tho land condition, which shall keep the growers of Mrs. Ben Price on tho west, and ing at 20e 2d prize at 181 acres, more or less. informed of the probable production, 50c, match molding at These tracts of land are very fertile and Uill them when and at what price and in a high state of cultivation. 5c a foot. Werner-Risto sell. The big chcme has only elicitOn Wo d n o s d a y There is, on the second tract a pood ed amusement that far, and is not taken last at the residence of tho dwelling-- barn and orchard. All first tract, with the exception ol at all seriously bv traders here." bride's brother Mr. S. F. eleven acres, is the ilnest stand of blue-gaHarber, near Union City, Miss Jessie in Madison county, r Now, how Judge Tipton has tho gall A. Risk and Mr. Jolin Werner, of Will also sell at 6ame time and place to defend a speaker who tries to feed Louisville, both deaf graduatesj interest in tho Malnrv IJ his hearers on the stun" Davidson and of tho Ky. D. & D. inutos. Springs property. All of tho above Institute, were property will bo sold without reserve Taylor dished out here Is past compre- united In mnrriage ly Rev. W. F. MOST PERFECT MADE. the highest best broadway, main light of above truths. AVyatt Tho attendants were Mr. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frei toTerms will and madebidder. on day hension in the be known Lexington, Ky. Those poor devils on the right who Thompson Hamilton and Miss Sallie croni Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant of sale. j cheered at tho wrong time, ought to rowell. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. D. M. CHENAULT, sure-enoug- And That Tired Feeling. Remember this And get Hood's And only Hood's. Good agents in every County in the State of Kentucky to sell the Oxygenator Treatment for the cure of Catarrh, Deodorizes Asthma and Hay-feveand purine the breath. Improves the voice, cleanses and heals the inflamed air passages. Restores lost taste and smell. Cures Catarah deafness. The most sensible and scientific treatment on the market. Easy toadminister and costs the sufferer but one and three fifths cents per day. Liberal salarv and commission to good agents. iJveiY Treatment guaranteed. Call on or adr. h The Sheriff of Madison county, Ky., is directed to advertise this said election and the object of it, for at least thirty days next before the day of the said election, in some newspaper having the largest circulation in Madison county, Ky., and he is oidered to advertise the said election by printed hand bills, also, posted up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in the said County, ana at the Court House door of said" County. It is ordered that bonds shall not be issued exceeding Seventy Thousand Dollars ($70,000), and tho said bonds shall 6 bear interest not to exceed 6 percent per annum, with coupons attached payable these bonds to He in denominations of not less than One Hundred ($100) nor more than OneThotiRand ($1,000) and to be sold rtt not less than par value, and ,to run not more than thirty (30) years, and the Sheriff is directed to embrace these orders in his notice of election. M A Copy Attest. John F. White, C. M. C. C. In persuant to the above order, I will on November 8th, 1898, cause to be opened at various votiug places in Madison county a poll to take the sensus of the volere on the above question. H. H. Colyer, S. M. C. 3 3 a 9 9 a g 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 S al 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 semi-annuall- e I - OR CHILLY EYEN1N0S -- oct5-4- 9 a Collarette is a most convenient wrap. 9 We are showing a particularly hand9 9 1 9 some line of these stvlish wraps, cut 69 9 according to the latest mode, trimmed a and finished in an elegant manner. I-These goods are of superior quality f" 9 9 9 and at our remarkably low prices are 9 9 splendid value. 9 9 9 9 I IS' 7r: Ml V' 3- t. Mc-Kinl- Javiess County Farms S 9 OWEN McKEE, Richmond, Ky. g- - 9rs- - ! ."SWWHMMWAMWWWWJp- - slls:- - 1 V new-ma- de m tl-a- soiner-6HH- k The county has no debt. Cornstalks 3'ield $12 an acres sold at the Cellulose Factory. Tomatoes 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 Daviess is the banner county of Kentucky. $11,000,000 of property listed for taxation. County tax rate for 1S97, 15 cents. GWEN Cor. Main and 1st Sts. Richmond, Ky. NM MlM i T?R?Ki M M Ngx 7S 7 7$ aMas 7 7 ?B At McKee's Old Stand. ? 71. s Ksai'' C ? 7g -- fi 7S 7 p sale: Electropoise. - v- '3 well-kuow- n -- The Electropoise does not, however, confine its cures along- any particular 100 acres S miles south of line. It cures by removing the cause, Owensboro; level black laud; causing the system to absorb Oxygen, 00 acres under cultivation: purifying the blood, and building up dwelling of G rooms; tene- the system. ment house; 15 acre tobacco Dear Sirs: The goitre has entirely barn; this is as fertile a piece disappeared from Mrs. Wilson's neck, of land as there is in the and she is the proudest and most grateful woman in the world. The ElectroState; price $25 an acre. poise has accomplished what the physicians and medicines could not. More TRACT NO. 6. than seven years ago she was told that 100 acres 4 miles south of she could never be cured. The Elecof contradicted Owensboro; 18 acres rolling tropoise doctors, has tl)p opinion the removed learned land; balance bottom; 65 acres swelling, and she is entirely well. under cultivation; one dwellI have under my observation aning and two tenement houses; other case of goitre that is being rapidly 20 acre tobacco barn; stable; cured. It is my only doctor, and I use orchard and vineyard; this is it in my family for all ailments. Mrs Sam Wai.kek, a bargain; price per acre $35. SSPSend for our list of Wife of United States Commissioner, Wvtheville, Va., Julv J. 1S03. farms for sale. Dubois & webb, WILLIAMS & LITTLE, 513 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ivy. auK24-6- TRACT NO. 5. DEPTH, POMES. or these properties. QUALITY, SESOHS.HCE, -- One make of Piano may have one, another two, another three & & c?-- S-- c s ii r.' tZ?ll ' - tie panics of e r-ji- ?'zcyi-- rr ri, " v n -.- i-s . HMano Ft Wayne Organ e..v-- : m' WT534 xm- ? Has them all in harmonious write u:. rs, ,,;! L,tioIis. ct til cities. t J t ! none in Go aug3 - 6ra J. i, gkayne mc ""- : : : ..." ON WITH YOUR ADS. - - N0W ::::::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::: mrm .., -. JO aid 2UJJ 3d St., Owensboro, Ky. sept7-6i- n. V st'le, . B(9S9CCil9COtCQe9SSO09999easee8SlOa9OO " eaii6iitstoaiii9tia9)oitoo)i(tigiiii9' k .......... IS TIME. .. ...- .:::. - o O .VV 5::::: nnnnnrnn-nnrn:::::::::::::;;?:- : , & 4 W3 , l.oug!ii-Hre-Adam- s ft $ lSOO-an- d Everybody Knovs :::::s Y O H& &W jV ff - 2S--tf I Our Great Hay-feve- r. , 1 three-fift- hs Store." Midsummer Clearance Sale h .1 4TI1 " iiz W wm 1 Exquisite oct5-4- w $f Not Baltimore an d Ohio IS NOW GOING ON. ThisMea&s a Fall Draperies Ui world-famo- Msalto the Mended Purchaser. PER tBiigjg&r&i. nri rt-j- ? BUT! a - v -- J- ff dia-perie- s, world-fituie- two-thir- ds 2S-4- w WE SAVE YOU FULLY THIRTY-FIVcent on any article you mar want. E & Oldham. !lsad Vhalm H&n to Shnr Ton. FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations aud Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75e to $8.00 in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact repro- ductions of the tables used at Bradley- Martin ball and made nnrl nninfoi iw hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahoganj-- , Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From GOo to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $1S.00. We arc too busy to give a full list of our Immense stock, but assure you that anything you may need you can find at our new quarters. Fiic Un?. from $3.50 to $13.50 Our Men's Suits ; DEATHS. one puch as we have been $5.00 to $18.00. selling-fro- h C, Attor- PUBLIC SALE! OUE YOUNG MEN'S SUITS from $3.50 to $7.25 are such as we have been sellingat $5.00 to $10.00. -- ney-General, wall-pap- er p. R- U, from 75 cents to $2.85, are such as wehave been selling for $1.00 to .$4.00. Knee Pants Suits s been selling from $2.00 to $4.50. . O" "fi! c &) I at $1.50 to $3.40, are such as we have at $1.00 to $3.75, are such as been selling at $1.50 to $5.00." we have I'S the natural 30-inc- such as we have been selling at Fifty Cents to Three Dollars. V- (- :: T T -J -- "p t TL-- X J A.x. rPQ O a afc 35 cents to $2.10 are MARRIED. e. in-la- con-tai- CREAM ESPThese are prices that you can't afford to overlook when you intend buying, and everybody knows what a Clearance Sale means at $ fnfeJj)T png Jpagg pmjtefe. DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. of-th- ss CiF.Brower&Co and 5pU-lj- C H. Tfce J. STRENG, Ctetkkr, Tfce Wlien ia the City Make Yonr Headquarters With BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM j Aiiee. w stays ly Finisler, Tie Sfcer, Tie Matter. 3 teA- -- :U ,. ?, "5. y. .fi - S-- r z-- .i , .V'H- - fc ifc A ww j w w & i rz - e. V v -- b - JWJiM" isiK,Es- t -- JtSQ. sfisa.a i. efc- Henderson Little Red To have good lessons, good health and to be happy is to wear pair of 7i a School-Hous- e - LISTEN film. w More than twenty million free samples of DeWitt's Witcli Unzpl Salve have been distributed by the manufacturers. What better proof of their confidence in it's merits do you vrani? It cures piles, bums, scalds soros, in the shortests spate of time. Douglas & Wells. Gas Meter. A device that registers the amount of gas you pay for, regardless of the amount you burn. It is Slrangt) that some people who say they never read patent medicine advertisement will be found Ingoing home every now and then a bottle of some favorite remedy of theirs We dou't bother you with much reading hut just ask you to try a 10c trial bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for constipation, indigestion and stomach troubles. 50c and $1 00 sizes. At U. L. Middelton. octo-l- m ms ry EBCB.l-.i- r f0PS yStijP w . 9R M - They are Stylish. Tim : & &ffie MB) THEY WEAR. g VM-- ' w ilfp M-f-f My FA - i Tn a WrAR M Judgment Something the average man uses to a better advantage in w lecting a cigar than in selecting a wife a4auaNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspcp-IvvlliV- s v ia. Constitution and Indi gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE Busy 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 2y On! SB i THEY FIT. .,, We Yt lew "At te our f ttat&r,t school. cur Jtiil ttactecbtj ttfh. rule. fctC 'F? 'fT THEY SATISFY. -- Contestant A person with a will his own who tries to break the will another. Salt-Rheum ot ol $ SOLID ,'w OISTLTX" IBX M ' B W s tfiists 207 v wv n wg& 'f HPKUIA SK Trn: THx VEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY, i i g S ' m, w (j y The Richmond Climax. hDVESDAY. OCT. 12 Proctor Knott Cigar. LOST DIAMOND. The Richmond and Louisville Railroad. Offices 3 l 3 2 autre that its circulation exceeds 3 3 that of any otberpaper published a mi Kit'bmond. 3 Dr. C. S Holton has lost a watch-chara heart-shape- d locket, diamond center. Kinder will be rewarded if C Advertise meutK will bo received c same is returned to owner. rilK CLIMAX with the guarGrapes Killed Him. - - 189S. C c C The First Presbyterian Church has your just installed its new $1,500 pipe organ, x?t Midkiff paint and trim ni.-the first ever seen in this city. It is carriage. D. P. Armer ha a fine toned organ probable the manufacturer, Mr. Pitcher, of Louisville, will conduct the musical f sale cheap. exercises nei.t Sabbath morning and C M. Han litis of Ilerea, is deinonstate the capacity of the instrut low with typlioid fever. ment. U. I.ee Davis has decided to move Maude Emperor Very Fasl eron Fifth Street. Welcome. In the 2 12 pace at Iuisville Mr. Midkitl'slino of buggies before John It. Maude Emperor by ni Im. All work guaranteed, Emperor Wilkes dam by Vatican came m.i.v 11 Ohio second iu the third heat in the fast time In the btretch she was thirty Drones and Dreamers;," by C. J. of 2 1( . Ia - tirtt lecturer of the seiies, Oc yards iu the tear on the outside but bj toli.-- r 11. a fine burst of speed overtook the winner at the wire. liavo the best and cheapest road w.i;.'"!! hi the market. Locsl Ootion. S. L. MlDKlKK. in.i.v Petitions have bten filed before the Allen Zaring say-- that the man county court and a local option election who iireil at hitu Tlmd.iy night is a has been ordered for Dec. II in the f a gun. Bicnmoud, Waco and Union City disI have on hand now a full line of tricts. Friends of the movement have high grade buggie. carriages and road been on the alert for many months and w agoti at low est prices. declare they are now ready for a fight inayil-Gin.S. L. MlDKlKK. and confi lent of victory. Dotter sidewalks are ordcretl in Notice to Stockholders. inanv parts of the city. Now give W.uo. Ky., Oct 15 1P9S 6 inn- lights on Fifth Street. There will be a meeting of the directiuasiiiiodacigir-.- , 10 cents. Mil-l- tors and stockholders of tbe Waco Mins Havana ijecoiid, 3 cents. Kred A. ing and Manufacturing Co, held at Miller. Manufacturer line Cigars, Waco, Friday. October 14, at 2 o'clock Ky. p. in., for the purpose of winding up the Circuit Clerk Daw W. White, of business of said company. You are reMam hester, with relatives here, quired to be present or send proxy. shot and killed James Gambill B. J. Ci.ay, Pros. Iat week. By C. L. Searcy, Scc'y. loo.e dogs will be taken up You can register Monday, and impounded and simt if not redeemed by their owneis in 4S hours. Oct 31, Tuesday and WednesDog-ogi)Jll law. day, Nov. 1 and 2. RememStan-lor- d ber this. Dr. Win. Shelton, President t Female College, will preach at Beauchamp, The Eloquent. Church next Sunday and Sunday We heard Mr. Beauchamp's Sunday night. Public invited. night lecture ou temperance from the Millard Wilt hold two and text, "And they drank according to the miles of the Richmond and Irvine Law!" The court house would not turnpike, the property he purchased contain the crowd. Perfect order was from W. W. Pigg. last February, to S. maintained. The audience was expecIt. Wilder, of ltice Station, at S40 per tant. The speakej was in fine shape, mile. Wilder bought of W. W. toll- always ready but now reinforced by house and grounds for $30. cxcrience gained by many years Iteuiember the Winter Lecture travel since he last delighted our peoCourse, soon to be inaugurated here. ple with his almost matchless addresses. This is the program: October 22, Chas. A striking feature of his talks is that J. Bayne, ''Drones and Dreamers," Jan. lie sa3-- nothing to drive from his Chas. V. Underbill the Great Im- presence the retailers of liquor, but personator, 'The ItivHls," March S. Dr. divides their responsibility for the evil ot the driuk habit with the citizens "ho P. s.Henson. "Backbone." Seasoji tickets now on sale- - $1.23 license the eil. But his lecture; an iiilellectualtreat to those who listen Call on Mrs Geo. W.Pickels. only to be charmed as by music; The Winter Lecture Course has awakening moral responsibility to been arranged" for by the Patties A those who feel indifferent to the conClay Iufurnary Association and the dition of their hi other man; an enfirst lecture will be delivered Saturday couragement to those who have dared to evening Oct. 22, by Charles J. Bayne its attack the evil of intemperance in strongest fortification. But altoof Augusta, Ga. His subject 'Drones gether a masterful exhibition of knowland Dreamers" has received nothing edge, of oratory, of acting, both tragic and but praise and cominen,datiou from the and comic,moves above it all the central the press and from those who have heard force that perishing man, the desire to rescue the and care for the him. These lectures mean much for dying, and to deprive Drink of those the people of Richmond and should be new victims who may "Drink according to Law." w ell pralroni.ed. Mr. Beauchamp came hcie volunta Ladies, This Way. rily aud announced his willingness to The annual cloak opening by Mes- debate the question with any man. He alleges that he can prove tlrat a town srs. White & Gibson will occur can be run more successfully, from a Ladies should not forget this display plain financial standpoint, without liof latest styles and fabrics, made up in cense, and we blioukt think he ought to have his challenge accepted by all kinds of fall and winter wear. many here who believe to the coutrary, Smith Myers Married. or who profess to believe it. Mr. W. Smith Myers, son of Mr. Win. Quiet Registration Republican Gain. II. Mjers, this city, and brother of Mr. Democrats were asleep and at the Joe Myers, of the Pantograph office, Lexington races and let ttie Bepulicans was married on August 22 to Miss get the best of the registration lastTues- Laura Mnier, of Zauesville, 0., but day. These are the figures in the three wards. news came hero only last week. The COUHT HOUSE. groom left here five yearsjgo and went LttJ itcj) ii ui icuns to St. Louis where he holds an imporULicll" lzo 11) tant desk iu the Adams Express office. 1 He is a capable, upright, industrious, Prohibitionists...- UNIVEltSITY. good fellow, and will not only make 87 his wife happy always but tier husband Republicans io will some day be General St. Louis Xemocrats ...... ...... 21 agent of his company, lor he is a hustCITY KALL. ler and his employers like him. 231 Republicans tigar. -I- Ilobson, Dentist. Haptibt Ilazaai ! -- Tbe best smoker, the Proctor Knott u Ir. Thomap Brooks died Sunday at Union City from an overdose of grapes or from the seed lodging in the vermiform appendix, and was buried Monday. He was a bon of John O. Brooks, i about 23 yeais old and leaves a joung widow. First Pipe Organ. here. The K. X..I. it B. was boimht last Thursday and will be called the Richmond anil Louisville Railroad. The purchasers are Dr. Geo. W. Evans, J. H. Powell, B. B. Million, G. W. Evans, Jr., and Messrs. Jno C, C. D., C. II. and I). M. Chenauit, of this city, and Col. 15. II. Young, of Louisville, owning one half, the rest being bought by Fawko Frazierand Megann, i8& 7 pti Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Ev nnrt Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently enred by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Dr. Cady's Condition rowtlcra, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food bat medicine and the best in rise to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 :ents per package.. RACE HORSES DF 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- igh Prices & For The People! 9gfe "We - V& crowd our shelves and counters this season. know we are "Loaded for Bar" and manj- - a cold chill will creep over our competitors when they hear the Startling Low Prices we are making- on all lines of goods that Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtures from one of the leading New York Houses, we will offer them as long thev last for 23c. per yd. They nyke beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool ix , y i?N z' rN N SQ 'tf l J0KS Truth wears well. People have learned that DeWitt's Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regu lating the bowels, curing constipation and sick headache They don't gripe. Douglas & We are showing tbe greatest variety of Dress Goods seen outside of the large cities this se.oson. All the new things in Crepons, Epmlins, 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 Trimming and Dress Findings, and when you get your Dress from any of the "Great Busy Bee Cash Stores'' you can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown you. sggt Wells. Overwork in a child defeats its own object. There will be stunted growth and a bad plnsical body. Haw tn Prevent Croup. 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. t Ju-:g- the English gentlemen, who recently paid Dr. Evans S45.0O0 for a portion of his mountain laud. The new company will improve the passenger coaches and otherwise add the attractiveness aud facilities of the line. Best of all, the general offices ate to be removed Versailles to Richmond. As this will oct5-lbe a home company, the road named gist. after our city, its interests ours, etc., Beware of the man who is always it should have no difficulty in popular- suspicious of exeribody else's motives. izing itself still more with our people The chances aie that he has some motives himself. medi-cuiem We have two children who are subject to attacks of croup. Whenever an attack is coming on my life gives them Chamberlain's Cough Reinedv and it always prevents the attack, "it is a household necessity in this county and no matter what el'&e we run outof.it would not do to h- - without Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. More of it is sold here than of all other cough s combined. J. M. Nickle, of Msij. Nickle Bros., meuhants, Nicklevillo, Pa. For sale by Perry & Thomas, Drugis XVv Gen. "Wheeler's Our buyers for the Three Large Stores of the Bus Bee Cash Store Corporations searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood "Hounds, and the- - have fillf d this department with one Endless Cham of Bargains. Bo3's Cassimere Knee Pants, 13c a pair; Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 9Sc; 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 Boj-'- s Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city. One Entire Room given to this department. White and Grey Blankets, beautiful borders, large enough lor any bed, 39c. a pair; Our Blankets are piled Mountain High on our ledges Blankets from us at and you can ony beautiful the price of cotton stuif eltewhere. Bed Comforts at 49c. each. Wo 3 '-- 7. used to call tion to Portrait atten- are selling 10-- 4 all-wo- Diptheria Ccarc. Gib-Kjn'- s !i- 1 11-fi- 'iii-o- The death of Rev, A. AV. Craw ford's daughter, Edna, at Paint Lick, from diptheria, calls to mind the fact that the disease seems to begeneral though-ou- t the State. The public school at Mt. Moiiah near Burgiu, has been suspended on account of the prevalence diptheria in that district. The public school at burgin lias also been suspended. There are said to be many cases of the disease in the neighborhood. Several schools in West Mercer have also been closed and some of the schools in Anderson arc being closed owing to the presence of the malady. Great precaution should be taken to keep it from our hchouls. Bur-gin For Babies and Children Our Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Laaies' Furnishimr 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 Cah Prices named on these articles make these departments very interesting to customers. there is nothing so good in the treatment of coughs and colds as Dr. Bell's It cures croup, whooping cougb. cold in the head, and gives sweet, refreshing sleep Children love it, old people like it Good druggists sell it. u Ah, yes," said Aunt Sally, "Jennv'a a great singer. Some day "she'll lis" a regular belladona." Life insurance is a good thing but health insurance, bv keepiirg the blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla, is still better. it Too free indulgence in lemonade is harmful. y. Brown Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4e; Green Ticket Loudsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Mason-vilBleach Cotton at Cc a yd. Get our prices on Alpine Un4 Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell bleached Sheeting at 121c. AVe are selling good yard-widGood Bleach Cotton, yard-wid- e, e 10-- le Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, 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. AVe 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. 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 onr price is ju-- t the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them. Our Xobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very pretty. one-ha- lf Styles I: 1IM &PS;SZ a good quality, oc a yd; Best Canton Flannel from 6c to Sic, usually sold at 10 and 12Jc. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo Blues at 3c a yd. Remenants almost given away. "We m Three Doctors in Consultation. o i Itest to take after dinner; prevent distress, aid digestion, cure constipation. Purely egetable. do not crip or cause pain. Sold ly all druggists. 25 cents. Prewired only by C L Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. Sufferers From Nose Diseases Attention. - -r Kieli-nioiu- l, sept-2l-3- m acci-dcuial- 11 n Bip-tin- The editor of the Climax has pur chased one of the Oxygenators, advertised elsewhere, for nasal trouble and is much pleased with it. The treatment is a new scientific discovery, handy, cheap and we hope eifeetual. Breathing .tendered easier, and worse ailments of the head are guaranteed curable by this process. Agents wanted. Call at office, over Dr. Hobson's dental parlors, next to Postofllce. That Dreadful Cold From Benjamin Franklin. "When you are sick, what you like best is to be chosen for a medicine in the first place; what experience tells you is best, to be chosen in the second place; what reason (i. e.. Theory) sajs is best is to be chosen in the last place. But if you can get Dr. Inclination, Dr Experience and Dr. Beasou to hold a consultation together, they will give you the best advice that can be taken." n When you have a bad cold Dr. would recommend Chamber lain s oougti Kemecly because it is plaesant and safe to take. Dr. Experi-euce would .,.recommend it because it r..... i i ..n..n- - ..:!.. iu eueci. a epueuy uiiupemi nuci i.uia auent cure. Dr. Reason would recommend it because it is prepared on scientific principals, and acts on nature's plan iu lelieving the lungs, opening the secretions and restoring the system to a natural aim Healthy condition For sale by Perry & Thomas, Druegist. Iucli-natio1 -- Men's devoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEhave one side of our entire store-rooWe carry many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. PARTMENT. Our prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We cany no shoddy stuff, our shoes You can't and boots are all good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. afford to miss our Shoe Department. Again extending to you an invitation to visit us this fall and take a look through our Store, where bright faced polite salesmen and salesladies will greet you and make your Msit a pleasure. We are, Very Respt-- , jC Ra3 T? t R OLDHAM m COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. i I Overcoats, Which are readv for inspection. We have Southern placed our Clothing on a higher plane Of than every before, And fs J vA o&li Company, w A S, oct3-l- m Mm one-ha- lf l- - As nearly as can be estimated, fifty tons of pills are made in this country that fearful cough a danger signal. every year. It U sapping the vitality from your Coughs and Colds a bottle of Dr. Bell's lungs. y will cure it, Pine in themselves are not serious maladies. it may be too Into This remedy The most travial cough or cold if negor lected, may lead to asthma, bronchit-tis- , cold will speedily cure a a serious cough, and give strength to or consumption. The right time to the lungs. All good druggists sell it. It treat a cough or cold is right away. Delay means danger. Dr. Bell's Pine Mrs. J. M. Smith. is a quick cure, a sure cure, The most Artistic and accomplished aud a safe cure. It dressmaker in this county has just reIn eating we should remember that turned from her trip to the courts of fashion and is now ready to serve her the teeth have an important office to many friends. She is better prepared perform, aud their duties should not be than ever to supply her patrons with put upon the stomache. the acmn of elegance and stj'les. Her C U RA-- O L cures above all creations stand IMVl V Hilts. Tlllrnn Ttriltcss TiiTnrt. for taste and originality. inatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. To-da- mkd . y Lexington, Kentucky. Largest Profits. AUCT BEGINNING ON Tar-Hone- deep-seate- d Thsy -- a Safest Investment Tar-Hon- ey Cost k Mnw. I Kel.Fo. ail-woo- October 17ih, '98, 2 p. m.9 1 will sell the entire stock of Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass, Bicycles, Silverware, etc.; of the late S. H. P. Palmer. Sales each day at 2 and 7 p. m until entire stock- is - S115.000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. At $43,000.00 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. 1 A Great Deal of unnecessary expenditure of time and mouey may be saved if you will only keep a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup ot Pepsin in the house. Nine tenths of all ordinary sickness is from the stomach; keep that organ in proper condition aud all will be well. Syrup Pepsin is a specific. Trial size bottles 10c, large sizes 50c and 1 00- - of B. L. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. WW u..l SPECIAL REDEMPTION. Oost. l, Paice Something every man thinks every other man has. Old fashions in dress may be revived, but no medicine can replace Chamberlain's Colic, Choi era aud Diarrhoea Kemedy. For sale by octo-lPerry & Thomas, Druggist, m Middelton. oct5-l- m Another Big Land Deal. Poverty A disease that a poor is unable to care The Mortality Record phy-sicia- u to-da- y. XL-11- E. Smith, of Richmond, was registered be greatly reduced if at the Arlingon Tuesday. Look out, wouldsupplied with Dr. Bell'sever home Pine-Ta- r tor there is a private tip, .and you will were Honey. The great lung strengthener of another big laud deal. hear and exterminator of coughs, colds, croup, and kindred affections. All A Common Experience. druggists sells it Hoc. No cure no pay. Scene 1. Mr. Johnson is obliged to give up work remain in the house Betting A tool's argument that is and take care of himself on account convincing only when you win. of a dreadful scrofalo sore ou one of One Minute Cough Cure surprises his limbs. Scene 11. Mr. Johnson leads a testi- people by its quick cures and.childien monial which tells of scrofulous trou- may take it in largo quantities withbles cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla out the least danger. It has won for any preparHe resolves "to try it. sends for a itself the besty reputation of ero'up, tickfor colds, ation used bottle and begins taken it. Scene 111. Mr. Johnson has taken six ling in the throat or obstinate coughs. bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla. His Douglas & Wells. scrofula sore is cured. He is feeling Eloquence A kind of liquid wind stronger, has a good appetite and is able to attend to his work. He that some orators mix with weak arguwrites a testimonial telling of his ex- ment. to-da- The Jackson Hustler says that Chas. The fabric are strictly and decidedly the most novel that will be offered this season. Maivy new improvements in the details of our 748. 14:14. 707- - $49 . 50 7S9. 791 . 793. 795 . 797. 1199. 1439. 1442. S01. 1647. 1201 . -- vjLpf M S04. 1441. ............. al MARKETS. Democrats lol-low- s. 1C0 21 Markets quoted by Thurnian Grocery Co corner Main and Cheapside as No Green Hides Hoi Green Salt Hides Dry Salt Hides Horse Hides Eaeh Sheep Skins Wool on 1 Sherlings 520c Copper per pound- Brass per pound 3Gc Zinc and Lead per pound ...... Ouin Shoes and Boots per pound 2c Bees Wax perpotind-..- .. 22c Yellow Hoot Dry 25e Geng Seng per pound... Dry May Apple Root 2c Eggs per dozen l0c Butter per pound- ..... 12)c Country,BacoD per pound 10c CountryTJard per pound- Uc LambSkins 914 Total m This shows a decrease of 28 from last CJ7Jc year's registiation,y72. This year 470 8ic Republicans, 403 Democrats, GO 5 independents and I pro812c $l.252.50 hibitionist registered, a Republican 2575b majority of 76 or a Republicau plural2040c ity of 70. Non-Committa- 67c OXE MORE CHANCE. t,2r .25 There will be three supplemental regIt istration days, Monday Oct. 31, Tuesday 25 cents. Nov. I, Wednesday, Nov. 2, when abA negro sentees, ukju sullicient evidence of has at the doctor in an Alabama town top of lus professional card: sickness or necessary absence, will be 4'2?o pay, no cure" permitted to register. Failing then these - euro people will have no vote at all for one J. tA OUUU'I iiCi.IE.iColic, KeuraldouDd Toothache aar. in five minutes. Soar In Gilbert's home town, Shelbyville, and Summer Complaints. Price, 25Stomach Cents. the Democrats gain 121 over last year, Seld by Perry & Iboinas Successors to W. Q. ' ' says the Sentinel. White. " away, absolutely free of cost, nary limitoil limn nnlv. Tlio Prfini!r A Nice Gilt to the Church at Irvine. Sense Medical Adviser, by R. Mrs. Nancy Moberley, of this city, Common Consulting V. Pierce, M to the Irvine Christian Physician to theD.. Chief Hotel and ;Mj-ts-fa5Jias donated Invalids' f! Church a handsome table for the ad Surgical Institute, a book of 1008 larso ministration of tho Sacrament. pages, profusely illustrated, bound in strong paper covers to any one sending How it Hurts! you will not 21 cents in one cent stamps, to cover The fact Rheumatism, with its sharp twinges, cost of mailing only. Over GSO.000 aches and pains. Do you know the copies of this complete family Doctor pay one penny more for the 2G90 . canse? Acid in the blood has accumu- Book already sold in cloth binding at 2753. lated in j'our joints. The cure is found resrular price of SI GO. World's Dis right kind should interest 2822 . Hood's Sarsaparilla which neu- pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, in an eye to 2913. good tralizes this acid. Thousands writes .S. Y. that they have been completely cured : S o m e t h i n g a man economy. Our range of prices Satisfaction. of rheumatism by Hood's Sarsaparilla. doesen'tget when he kisses a pretty $5.00, $0.00, $7.50, $8.00, Hood's Sills euro nausea, siclc head- girl through a vail. ache, biliousness, indigestion. Price $10.00, $12.50, $9.00, That Joyful Keeling perience with Hood's Sarsaparilla and recommends it to others. octl2-- A Great Opportunity! The comfortable and graceful hang to our Suits for Fall will give the wearer that distinguished appearance, foreign to ordi- 807. 809. 811. 813. 815. 1445. IAVe give 817. 819. 821. 823. 829. 831. John iFishCTv Louisville, Ky . . D B Good, Lexington, Ky " " . . . . . D B Good, " " . D B Good, " " . D B Good, " " . D B Good, . II F Johnson & Co, Baltimore, Md . (J J Desse, Louisville, Ky . . O K Miuschnll, Lexington, Ky . . . . C W Haydon, Owensboro, Ky . . . . William liorgel, Louisville, Ky . . . D B Jones, Lexington, Ky . D B Good, Lexington, Ky . R F Johnsou & Co, Baltimore, Md . It A Good, Lexington, Ky . It F Johnson & Co, Baltimore, Md " . It F Johnson & Co, ' " . 11 F Johnson & Co, " . R F Johnson & Co, " " . R F Johnson & Co, . Mary A Mason, Lexington, Ky . . ' . W F White Estate, ' . W F White Estate, " ....-..-. . Kate Hess, Louisville, Ky . WF White Estate. Lexington. Ky 4V ' . W F White Estate, ,c " . W F White Estate. s- -. 4S 50 51 50 51 50 sold. hi 50" JOHN R. GIBS02T, ADMINISTRATOR. 51 50 51 50 51 50 49 50 44 50 48 50 51 00 44 50 50 50 51 50 48 50 51 50 51 50 51 50 J. H. HAVILL, Auct. ... The Ladies Who Want Bargains Read This? Our Clearance Sale is now on. Cloth, We 51 50 51 50 4S 50 51 50 41 50 51 50 51 50 51 50 51 50 are offering all Summer Goods at Cost. Ginghams, Percales, Madras Lawns, Organdies, Duck Suiting, in fact everything in the wash, goods line. Also a nice line of Dress Goods at 3our own price. Please call and see our line before purchasing elsewhere. that REGULAR. REDEMPTION. SGG0. . W J 20S0 . . dresserswith 2270 . 2305 Newman, Lexington. Ky . x V Riley, Versailles, Ky J . A C Goode, Lexington, Ky . . . ' ' .DBGood, . .... ......... . '. ""' 42 50 41 50 41 50 40'50 Total. Profit Over Cost ; ,...' ,$MU 00 $4,471 00 We are also Agents for Butterwick Patterns. 3.0S0 00 With the exhilarating sense of rehealth and stronghth and internal cleanliness, which follows the use of Syrup of Figs, js unknown to the few who have not progressed beyound e medicines aud the cheap the substitutes sometimes offered but never accepted by the But the genuine. Manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup'Co. newed old-timd. $13.50, $15.00, $16.50, $18.00, 520.00. FOR FUEL INFORMATION ADDRESS Every article guaranteed as represented. A. SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary, t White f-" W -- &. Gibson. m.. SrKMT. j WWii.iM Covington & Mitchell. MRS.- - A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Bicbmud, Ky. 'i-- tV,-- . i 5 Ibh& "mBHhHB s r'cj&i: i! 4 , rt i Fraskfort & Cisciia&li Railway. 1, 1898 lln Effect May DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lve Franlf ort . Elkhora. bwitxer. Stamping Ground Duvails Georgetown. I.ve Georgetown. Arr Jewtown. Centreville-. .630 43 a.m. .6 SI .6 . 7 . . .702 08 8 00 8 12 . 8 22 . . p.m. 300 320 332 353 400 VLAzkd "inn -- V,Vl?UF0Fr.1r rodtico t. Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Dcatherago & Co., Staple and K V Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. w EGGS 10c cash; lie in trade BUTTER Choice country, 12ilGic. BEES WAX 2025c. WOOL Clear grease wool, lG13c; hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c ft. I Tested and Tried or 25 Years you fool perfectly safe to nut all your money in a new bank? One you "Would, X X X X X X X X jc thePrei:bteriaii church at Gospel In a Mash Room. Dr. Rutherford E. Dougias, pastor of Nicholas-vill- e 3 48 4 15 4 42 720 823 t a fc & Elizabeth Paris 8 40 5 10 4S2 468 WEST BOUND. Arr Elisabeth Lve Paris a.m. 9 20 9 32 9 38 9 48 10 00 10 40 10 53 11 10 11 25 p.m. 630 668 608 CentreTille Newtown Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr D avails. Stamping Ground.. Switxer ' 6 12 6 48 6 30 6 41 6 48 6 69 7 06 7 20 u...Lmm UIVM b w-1. mWX M 1 II THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRDP OF HGS " " ERborn. FrankJort .. 1135 1165 C D. 3EECAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HABPER, Gen'l Supt. FranVfort, Kentucky. 5? :::s $ ft -- J 5 S .3- Z - A m jp.J .S..S e f o - 2 "J -- 3 S G cgaoc e is i c-- O a cr ccscooo .5 "J 1 9 -- 4 2 - oI O o S3 o o a o a; .V Dr. T. N. "Willis lias returned from a V visit to relatives and friends in Rich- J. ? mond, his former home Miss Mary Campbell, of Richmond, after a two K ionic, some new medicine weeks isit here to her uncle, Geo. a you know nothing of. Shipman, left last week to visit rela50c and $1.00; ill druggists. jj tives in Louisville. Shelby Kens &A SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. The engagement ot Miss Emily x"'a'Wa'WA'a"A"A"x'x'A'&WA'a'a'c'i youngest daughter of Jiulj;e James H. Hazelripg, of the Court of STANLEY'S FIRST JUNGLE FIGrlT. Appeals, to Mr. Thomas C. Bradley, Henry M. Stanley, the explorer, has Deputy County Clerk of Fayette counwritten out the story of "My First ty, has been announced, the wedding to take place October 6. Sharpburg Fight in the Jungle," and has given the manuscript to The Ladies' Home Jour World. nal, which will publish it in the next A new style of our oung society number. Jan5-l- y girls is that of wearinp their hats pulled MISS WILKI.SS' NEW SERIAL IS down over their eyes so that they have q. unty Court Days. nuaioiious. to elev.i'p their chins at an anjjle of Paris, Uourbon county, first Monday. ' about J5 degrees to see out from under Miss Mary E. Wilkins' new serial is Richmond, JIadison county, first Mon- them. The 6t le is about ?s becoming the humorous storj of an up-t- date city day. as the bicvele hump that some of our woman who attempts to reform a quiet Lexington, Fayette county, second young men used to cultiato. Bath village and educate the people up to the latest fads of the town, lt is called Countv WorJcl. Monday. e Haz-elrifrc, o is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with whicn it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CAxironxiA Fig Srnup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Califoiixia Fig Sruup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding tl-- worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fig Sritup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction w hich. the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SV riACICO. Cut. r.w YOKir. y. y. Louisville. Kr. that has 50. 6 bank? One over a quarter & business for CLOVER SEED-- S3 50$L00. & of a century ? One that has V always kept its promises? 50 BLUE GRASS X 65c; extra clean, C075c; fancy clean, K One that never failed ; never any way ? TIMOTHY SEED-S1.35S1 SEED-Stripped, CHEESE-Count- ry, 10c a have just heard of? an old & v But how about done i,' S X jt jf pure seed. Sl$1.35. 10c IRISH POTATOES BACON HAMS-10- llc -- 4050c; X misled you in vM, nnniH tmatRnnh nhnnk. "5 uiui&, I COUIU u x y couldn't you? and the Rev. Mr, Ziegler, the Presbyterian minister at Spearsville, have recently closed a protracted meeting at K. J. Cui ley's distillery, nine miles from Kicholasville, on the Kentucky river. The peculiar feature of the meeting was that it was held in the meal room of the distillery. A passerby could hear the singing and preaching iu one room, while kegs which once contained the fermenting liquor, now stored in the immense warehouse, were visible through the adjoining apartment. Crop Items. hog-raise- r, HEAL. m te) relief from tho first small I.ox wu trUcI LI 1 rtntnlT I.iT8f the cares they make u til lrut Ihtr irUlfindapUccliifTcrt huiitr. oin 1'etki: U kbd. i r . for racceu Palm Grore Arc. McKccsport, Ta. four raj whole FOR THE FAMILY. I take pleasure In irulIm; Taluable remeUy CAbUAltlTb C Sxx?TI$r&. IM SSZ a CANDY FGB GOHSTIPATIOH. t Ithuut rnoiezucnt of the Uttre!s. Chj jmc cvnstlpation for ne itytuirsptArdniain thuterrlhlo cuti ii ion 1 dad have gt'ne XI claya at a time CATHARTIC m u m (eg FOR CHILDREN. be I Mhnll neverMy without CASCAitrTlS.when I clilklnn re .way delighted irirc Uirm n art ion of atiblct,nndc-- y lor no-- c her are me most nicft&niii meuicinc I hare erer tried. They barcfennd a place nipermanent ! LAcrx. Mas. Box (SO, Michigan Otr, lud. lii. C rA ---a VWbS?CtA C &ijnatey oSl kwrv y r v'L.-- ' u ercrythin,; I heard r found an relief until I lc .mi uin?C V UKtS. 1 now haT fr 1 abic tL .c ptisaj7esaday and if wauriri. 1 oai grie lluOW for iiiuuic.mnt it Is such a relief. Atzjier I. Htrrr. uf ijRtnev i LARD ORCHARD GRASS-$1.25$1RED TOP 50c. 7S$c I .3S. PERSONAL. t-A S A Kansas ingivinghis experience in feeding hogs, says that five acres of sweet paotatoes will fatten more hogs than twentv.five acres of corn. He had sixty hogs that would OIL WITH jg yield him 18,000 pounds of pork, and he of HYPOPHOSPHITES is just X estimates the cost of their feed at not like such a bank. It has nover 5 more than $2G in actual cash for labor wm. aisappuitiws" yvu., uuvui you, never deceived and other expenses in his potato field It haswill. never He also claims that this food imparts a Look out that someone flavor to the meat that far surpasses that try to make you does not of corn for the animals. invest your health in a new f EMULSION I S&TT'$ in jois horr. mm 25c 10c 50c. curE CONSTIPATION a&fflfKa ""S?! ii ALL DRUGGISTS. Ietrolt Mich. FOB BILIOUSNESS. I htkve unril jour valuable CASiCJLiCCrs sjid ftndttem per1G Ktuselt SU fJK) FOR PILES. brought on by constipation uli.t which I waj afflicted fur tutu y X ranacroisyonrCASCUin', fears. town of Newell, 1.. n id i.ntr found anything to equal then. Today I am entirely free lrom ik a.. feel like a new man " C 1L Kfitz Ilil Junes St., Sioux ciiy. la. Couldn't do without them. I hircnxtlllicm for some time lor in--d tloncndbiliouFnessandainnow ecul tcy cured- - neeommendthem. tj ccry one Once tried, yoa will bt: vlthont I hem in the family. w A. ttxox, Albany, .T. fect to) COD-LIVE- R jtg I suffered the tortures of the damned with prutrudiug jilci V FOR WOPiMS. A t.tpe Mora el?1teen feet IcnatUastcaaietin the f re ne alter njt fcis two c m:aKETS. This I sure bad health aui fit., ii - FOR HEADACHE. Children Must Attend School. gg ggj (m) (XCCJ (. Both ny wife nut! hare been ufn? CASLAKLTb r. .1 they are the best medicine e u.y eTer had In the house Lu; vtl wire was -frantic with hcadaiuc lo two days- she tried euiuc uf your CASCtKETS and they rcliotd the pain In her head almotimincdlntcJj, v Ve both recommend Cj scare ts njfir !.. 'gWSK&J tvsi. KVaJ. r?;it:-3S.,-SsS- -- rfKSS' Svr-'-, t - - afr- S. ,1X msm I V && J 3?S LS v,rbyof . hscaosctl iuy for tthne )ears- - ant still talc sscarets. til1 onlr cathartic X notice by sensible people. V. Lowlxs, Cairo, Miss. i 48BfM ap FOR DYSPEPSIAa 'roi-l- itj The compulsory educational law now effective in Kentucky provides a pung ishment of from $5 to 00 for not children between the ages of seven and fourteen years, to school at least eight consecutive weeks in each year. Trustees are fineable for not prosecuting parents and guardians who violate the law. eud-iu- Pittsburgh Safe CtlAS. STKDEFOIin 7 Dow&it Co.. . ".ya iriV'5? -rf'i 'S-rr-Xt&-TSS '"' '.' '.vtri 1&T' ji r Z.u.rt.U CE.J t times my stomach would not that, fat tim and digrtt eren CSCAl.LiS I began taking .ncc then 1 haTe steadily lm-r- r vcd. .' until 1 am as wellasleTer 1avid II McitruT, Newark, O. a' I -- 1 lean Iits fcrm. usacpit. inbut worst tjast. -t no thins milt x una nvlc-fiut- ol c- Pittsburgh, Pa FOR BAD BREATH. hiwo been tilns CJSri-KET- S and &.i a mild ami cllcah laxatire thejr are sUnpl7 nuudcrlul l 21y daughter and 1 wire botlicrcd Trithsielc stomacil and our breath - a Terr bad. After taLlns a fctr dorx of Cacarets we have improTcd They nre a great help in UlLHKLMlvxKAGru the family " 1 1137 Ii 11 Tt.?t id a s tl G 3 && mm -U rancn-fictnrrr- 's vsinr-yllfe- ASV jjSfr.4ai.ara p( 't rift t;v-I- - tiHETo C13BY C; THA.IS.rC- t era T7P can rtnrh in no nrhnr loa otlt of a Gc bos of CASCA--laIstl tnf Irpc blins sl,t' of two g5c!osci to the fRIH? TI" firrciit n tmt JLa KK1S, rr nddrcss ATI (TiPTJM .t olu!' ly FKi: he rnt shown hrrcwith. U j l)onl)oii- - - of f.:in.i.Krn- UU t proi F33 LhTi LIVER. J iiuTc been troubled n srreat dtalwith a torpid liver, which proI found GASCA duces constipation KKTS to be all yoa claim for them. and ccured such relief the first trial X purchaed another supply and that was completely cured. I shall only ho too plad to recommend Casearets whencxer the opportunity is preJ A Smith, sented. 2330 Susquehanna Are- Philadelphia, Fa. Ji c t- -o i-- Ulttenhotue Su, Cincinnati, Ohio I men of l.lo jewelers nrt. B STlliCP ti r-- i, is rpocitllr jfi'Pdlor n !ad7"sdreinjrtTMr'. as a, bandy and convenient receparle Tor that Ideal Jasailrc. liTcr siinnlant and inicstlril to.nc. &CAUKlb Can'1 Cathartic. v'! i ..3w iro it npol't-nlatc- d. vt wiOSOi riHUi'J FOR PIMPLES. nn her ucr. uul iib urcn nil i is CAUKTS and ther have lainirdi.ian peared. I had rwen trouhlil with constipation for some hut afrer takintr the tint Caociretl hare hud no trouble with this ailment. w CAtca-r- gdrSES&i &$ N 5553 tittudvmtii I IIIKIl KH HHH V. c ai BOUND. ftj. 6 55 Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. VEST ML. E ASM THAI pated. Danville Advocate. Miss Kate McAfee, daughter of the 9 15 am Islington and Morebcad Accom, late Dr. Itobt. McAfee, has been visit 5S am F. F. V. J1 New York Limited 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom ing her grandmother. Mrs. A. L. Mc 9 23 pii' GRMD GIFT DISTRIBUTION. Washington Afee, left for Richmond yesterday Accommodation trains run daily except Sjn morning where she will spend a few dar. Other train run dail ne to Through sleepng and dining car service to 1 full Sft Jn ffr 2(Bmil Sjwts dajs before pluming: fo her home in New York Eurj Faffl.lj is lie Itstcd Stilts. rates or sleeperrcervatiors For information the pretty mountain town of Irvine. K HOOD Agent L.A.N Hj , all on or write For sixty dajs we'll give absolutely without Kichmond, Ky. cost a full set of six War Memorial Spoons to Miss McAfee is gifted with literary orGEORGEW r.'.KNEY everj family sending us a cash order for House- talent and is engaged in writing mounD A C A ) Uv Lexington, Ky hold Furniture selected from our catalogue, no matter whether the order be for $1 or $1,0)0. tain stories She paid tins office a that we're going to add fifty thous- - pleasant call Mr. and Mrs. Ill hard t 10 our oi permanent customers. going to demonstrate that ltpaj sto send and child, Msitetl Mr. Sell If gel and to tbt factor) for furniture. This distri at Richmond. Nicholas ille will cost us thousands of dollars and family KUT BOUND. and $1 00. aug31-2- m Ex-treT Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New YorL. Limited F. F. V 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 put Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nichoias ille, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchefcter, Clark countv, fourth Mondav. Wrtailles, uoodford county, fourth am Monday. tffl CHOICE PUHE BRED PLYMMOTH Rock Cockerels for sale at Wlc. Toe MRS. II. H. COEYEK. Kichmond, Ky. Capt. T. D. English left for Maditon county to cry a sale for Waller Bennett, assignee of J. A. Adams. There are six farms to sell. Duncan Goodloe accompanied Capt. English, and together they will visit Mrs. Rev. Lapsley Mc- Olivia Gregory Kee after a brief visit home, returns to Kew Albany, Ind. He will drito through in a buggy. Mr. McKeo sjys Miss C. A. Campbell had a spendid opening of Depauw College, mi ch larger, in fact, than she anticito-da- y "The Jamesous in the Country," and its serial publication will bo commenced in the next issue of The Ladies' Home Journal. It will have Mrs. Alice Barber Stephens as ite illustrator. 1 EMI n-,- 1 The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train Venice with which the Illinois CentrarsMemphisandNewOrleans Vestibuled pped makes it "Easier Than "Limited." is Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territorj. The Central is Hi onl line which runs Tree Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weeklj Pullmsn Tourist Car for California, 9 25pra Lve Louisville every Thursday 8 learn Arr Memphis Fndav. 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday Lve New Orleans Friday .8 20pm 8 45am Arr Houston baturday 4 15rm San Antonio Saturday Arr 2 45pm Arr Blpaso Sunday 9 2pm Arr Los Angeles Monday Arr toan Francisco Tuesday 5 15pm make us thousands of friends. Each spoon is of a different design Four U. Democrat. S. Battleships, including the "Maine," SolMrs. Robert Harris, of Richmond, Proverty Stricken Tax Payers. diers in Camp in Cuba, and Morro Castle. These ioons are not the cheap kind adver- is visiting Miss Clara Mershon Rev The people of Madison county and tised extensively at II to $1 00 a set They are came warranted best coin silver plate on a base of S. M. Logan, of Middlesboro, the State at large were poorer on pure nickel silver (not low grade brass). They will wear for j ears and become a priceless heir- yesterday to hold the preparatory Thursday last than on any other day loom for future generations Send for a cop services to communion at the Presby- for the ear previous nor will they be You should enclose of our catalogue Miss Block terian church Sunday btanip'or two to help pin postage. so poverty stiieKeii for a jear to come. QUAKER VALLEY MFG. CO , girls of The 3.w A. 357 West Harrison St,, Chicago. Bogle, one of the handsomest State and county assessments are to-d- a. , A stubborn cough or tickling in the thiuat yields to One Minutes Cough Cure. "Harmless in eflect, touches the right spot, reliabiu and just what is He asked her if he nihiht kiss her wanted, lt acts at once. Douglas & Dewey lips, anil she replied that he Wells. was as strong as Samnson and she but a weak uirl without the power of sucliig Merchants' Carnival Knoxville, Tenn., cessful resisting him and then the Schley young thing assumed a defenseOctober 98. less attitude, and by 'Evans the nautical cuss took advantage of her helplessThe merchants of Knoxville, Tenn., ness aud kisfed her once for every star hae arranged abig street Fair and on the Union Jack. And the next day Trade Carnival, October 19, 20 and 21, another naval engagement was told o in the papeis. Ex 189S. This eent promises to be more beautiful and expensive than ever beCol. Bryan may be trusted to take the course which patiiotism and dutv sugfore. 'ihe Southern Railway Compauy gest to him He is not deficient in either courage or sense, better will sell Round-tritickets, at one understands the trueand no 11111 ot the inwardness fare for the Round trip from points administration's motives and puroses in Kentucky, October IS, 19 and 20, than he. At the proper time he will limited for letiirn until October 20, 9S. speak and act and all the darts of malicious criticism For tiiketb and fiuthcr information, hurl at him willwhich his enemies mav fall harmless at hib feet call upon nearest Tit kct Agent. Wm. or miss their aim. Louisville Dispatch. H.T. won. Asm, Gen'l Pass. Agt. 19-2- Judge C. B. Hill, of this city, has announced himself a candidate for Secretary of State, and he looks every inch a winner, Since Judge Hill's announcement Mr. C. W, Metcalf,of Hell county, who announced himaelf sometime ago, has withdrawn from the contest, leav ing Judge Hill a clear track, and, in iev of the fact that it is generally that the Tenth district should have a place on the ticket, it is not likely that he will have aiij- - serious opposition. Judge Hill isa staunch Democrat, a gentleman and a statesman, and he is thoroughly qualified by education and experience to fill the position he seeks. con-ceiled 3IyiIfehad sne p!mp! 2&jr CANDY CATHARTIC Y00 WiLL BE BEL!S:;TED not only with the bonhonnlerp. bnt with its cortcnts. CISCAUETS are so mild, so fracrant. so pilitible. to pleisant. yet iositivo in their action, thit ihpy form the only proper JaxTtlvc for ladius. children, and the Itontphold in general. Anyone unable to ohtain iHrection bIIih as above, by purrhimnc from their druggists, send us ouc in sxinips aim rrrtriTf a fiOe bnx of UASCtUETS with tU. IIHUIUO, SUTKfctL, tl1.., JOT TURk. gg) CCC TRADE MARK S,3TCeDt(-?rt- ', cannot speak too highly of Krud U artm x. 570S Oerfpuntown A"e 741 Philadelphia, fa. wonderful medicine. X hare often wished for a medicine pleasant to take, and at naTe foand it in CASCAUiiTS Mure taking them my blood has been pnniledand my complexion has im proTed wonderfuIlr.andX feel much tetter in every way for them FGR BAD BLOOD. do all 'TASCAKETS truly claimed and are a UO J lit Mbs. CgJ tjjjrw (J . Salzjk E. Sellirs IJtJMIOAMKIZi: FISCC j STKIIUXO RE3EDT Luttrell.Tenn. C C? (e (JEEC C3 CMpst Cl Cec ! - (CEC ,BMM,!BlM1MM'SSBSMSMWEMSSlMWMMSBMMIMBaMMBMaMa n MgrBagtRWI l ' lvJ ill Ia fissssssssflfflifsflBsflBSBSSSSPIQBsBsnBSI- - 1 miLsfBJrjMI!iflixf 9a M Wi lQMii M "" tj e ass bt3 - ia t yy-- j '"Ring out tho old ?H Bi IftBilBJvsslnlui' p lygpp mmBBKmk in 'sVssssSsssPII liHBBtsA ItEMWj Ring in the new Ring out tho false Ring in the true ' p " 3g to yu the new and trus from "" W"UI ""'" tt O dr, bell's pi yiivL lilii $ mAmMmm$ m iJOWtVW ra , vQ fc3 $$ i Boi Uf O I S i lOi B I 1 3 1 a " Bt- I r, tUH -- , B r ( ' , Tv m bv Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a byiiine? Every mother feels an indes- 'ivtR ifiliSi'filsssiL i&9 llllfral irBssss!L v il yiKHHfv SBB S1 mSmnU BBrI: i )fjRWaria ysgEsssssssl Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. fffififB jBsskf Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Kfv 2 Ofmv entire Water & store-room- , reason of the removal of the N fVV ang31-4- m t- - lock I kiim " the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R II Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisiiile, Ky. '.Vu Alposs Keixond, AGP. A., A. II. Hanson--. O P A , Lonisville, Ky Cb -- faHru. rartics desiring to make a comfortable trip to Ttu i Tif Tr- ITuicr ?mU U FOR'. "5'vtc, Sac, 3oTxvaio awa 3.ccAeTi. bus. - go. 111. dec29-l- y R. N. !. EAST BOCXD. k 22 82 7 8 8 8 B, R. R. Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. the West End noted for beauties, was here Wednesday accompanied by Dr. Carl Lewis Wheeler Miss Annie Bronaugh Engleman sent out a large number of invitations to the young people of this section to meet her happy hou?e party at Linnietta last night. Rev. W. R. Lloyd ariived from Richmond during the day and last night delivered an address on the work of the ladies of the C. W. B. M., which everybody acquainted with his Oeautiful command of language, were looking forward to with delight. Stanford Journal Tune Table Xo. '.r, Taking Effect Mon day, May 2. lfcOS. 1st Class. 2d Class. No. 1 No. 3 No. 9 I Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San A. M. 11 26 11 41 11 58 In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approed plans. In Accident Insurance we again inve the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. Z6 Second Street, Up Stairs. Je2-l- y Bueklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corn's, and all Skin Eruptions, and posith ely cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Percy & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. G. White. declo-ly mad as of September loth and if a man is not assessed until Christmas, he is assessed on what he owned September most critical peloth. This is the reason we were so riod of her life. poor Ihursdav. Diamonds which are Becomi n g a worth hundreds of dollars were mother should be worth so little Thursday that the own a source of joy ers were liable to forget owning them. J to all, but the Land which cannot be bought y suffering1 and for forty dollars per acre was not worth danger of the ordeal make twenty Thursday. Horses, cattle and its anticipation one of misery. other stock were held at panic prices. Money and notes shriveled in value as if stricken by the deadly simoon. It was the day for the calamity howler and is the remedy which relieves but few would have disputed with him. women of the great pain and sufAdapted from the Falmonth Pendle-tonia- fering incident to maternity; this to-dto-da- cribable dread of the pain and danger attendant upon the fi9nmi wKflWrV ftn88mi ml i Yi r- The sore, weary cough-wor- n Lungs are exhilarated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus 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. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DFIUGGISTS V&$ l tS& Battles Only. 25c, 50c. anci $1.00 Sizes iJ i Liarht Office. I now fc have greater room capacity g& m 1 AM YEARS OLD. andnevertwwl any remedy equal to Dr. Bell's Flne-laHoney. It ctvea qalcfc ad permanent relief fc.vn& Of. RgH I WW Vat Y I Fin6"Tflr-HunG- weak 1 nnra etronc PedncAb, Ky. Mrs. H. A. Metcalfe. than ever for my stock ofK. furniture. The store-roois tZZi sk; about 40 feet wide bv 180 feet deep, all in one apartment, and here are shown more furniture and more varieties of furniture than is contained under one roof outf?? ? -- --2 ' Troi We Don't MOTHER'S FRIEND Know a Thing summer. Therefore we propose to sell every pair of our present stock at once regardless of cost. About the color of footwear for next n. I Versailles Nicholas vi lie VaHey View MUhon Richmond. Union Moberley.. Brassfjeld Panola Irvine ia II P. SI. 6 52 35 00 13 33 A. SI. 5 33 6 48 8 20 P. SI. 12 12 12 12 1 9 15 10 10 10 14 00 05 25 40 11 35 850 ULU W. RIIiCY Of Shelbyville, 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. 13 IS 30 35 05 Richmond. Sliltion Valley View Nicholasville Versailles Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gents I have purchased a box of No. 2 No. 4 No. No. U west boovd. Ex Sun Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun Wright's Celery Capsules from G. !N. Middelton. druggist, and used them for A. SI. P. SI. P. M. A. SI Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstiIrvine 2 fXJ II 55 1 05 Panela 2 25 pation and found that they cae me im1 20 Ilrassfield 2 33 Sloberlej' l 45 mediate relief every time. 1 think it an Union excellent remedy. 2 47 Ky., Recommends Wright's Celery Capsules. CORRESPONDENCE. SILVER CREEK. Miss Annie Christerson of Lexington, is visiting Miss Nettie Fan-iMr John Terry of KirksviMe, has lented Mr. W. A. Arbuckle's farm for next year. Mr. Bob Dnerson has rented the Mor-a- n farm for the next three years. Jim Adams Jr. has been sick for the past few days. Miss Annie Bales and Malcolm Miller Jr. of Terrill, took dinner with Miss Bessie Hockaday Sunday. Miss Mary Ballard Is visiting; friends s The sound money Shelby Sentinel says of Mr. Gilbert, Democratic candidate for Congress: Lverjbody hete knows that Mr. Gilbert is a straightforward, intelligent mau and that he is an original free silver man. He was nominated on a platform fioni a to izzard, and there are many people who do not like the platform, but like the man and will vote on that account. There are many things in the Chicago platform which are objectionable to those who have been Democrats all their lives, but there are just as many things in the Republican platform that are fully a6 objectionable. It is therefoie six of one and a half dozen of the other to some people, so far as thexioctunes of the parties ace Concerned, and a per- fso.tSi knowledge of Mr. Gilbert will re sult in his getting quite a number of votes from those who can not get themselves to a point where they can vote for a Republican. Mr. Gilbert's chances to win, we think are excellent. hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is removed by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness nausea and other distressing conditions are avoided, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. is a blessing to woman. 51.00 PERBOTTLE atall Drugstores, or sent by express on receipt of price. BOOKS FREE We will not carry over a pair and the price wre are making on them will accomplish the object. It will pay you to call at once and make your selections. side of Lexington. Conse- quently, I can show you any- - y) thing you want and can sup- - m' ply your needs. 1 invite Bl attention to the mammoCh display windows j in one is a m complete bed - room set, in the pN other a fill1 dinninff-room 4 ill Th MMDFIELD nE0CI,AT0K Jan5-l- y Containing invaluable information ot interest to all women, will be sent to any address, upon application, br 05 6 20 E 31 0 58 C 3 15 3 39 3 45 4 10 5 00 2 15 3 F0 3 25 CCitUsU. Ha. i'd Yours very truly, 9 "53 ' i 6 JO 10 Geo. W. Riley for-hi- m p. si. "pTsi. P. St All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. A.T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. V. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent- - a. si. Clothes Cleaned and Dyed. I have been in the business five years and have got the business perfect. 1 can make 46 different colors, and wjjre its goods I can give enurrg;t,.,facUon in every particular. AIS6 I press ladies' skirts and clean and press gentlemen's suits. BELLE BRECK. This certifies that Belle Breck has several times dyed gowns for me, which in each instance has proven highly satisfactory. I take pleasure in recommending her work to others. IDA M. RAMSEY. September 13, 1808. This certifies that Belle Breck dyed a suit of clothes for me from a light grey color to a deep black This was done about a month ago and I have worn the suit constantly since that time and they do not rub off or stain my under clothing The dye is uniform and not in streaks and is entirely satisfactory to me in every particular. W. G. WHITE " August 20, 1898. sept21-4all-wo- ol all-wow AAJ.AAAAAJ.AAAAA. g Phone. Freeman ros. 7 outfit, This exhibition is worth seeing, whether you w - V desire to buy or not. 9 M Everyfirst-clas- NY.- 21. First Street. thing kept in a """ - M" - - s metropolitan furniture store. ffe$ ITBURNSGAS? The Xck Acetjlcne Gas Bicycle Lamp. ISOUTHEM h RAILWAY. I, I (IN KENTUCKY) 189S. I Schedule In effect Slay EASTBOnx- nvi""Souisi Ille I t So, I. xo.6. Ko.1 907pm 9&0sm luu-'p- Mv & 1 fio Kcra SOOT, & U A. Allen have heat up. Miss BeEsie Hockaday spent Thurs dav in Kichmond witli friends. acres of w at Kirksville this week. John Mauyin Jr & I. 1EILE &&&&3&S&&&MsS&S&&& ABOUT MOBERLEY Successor to J. S. Collins. VALLEY VIEW Northcutt is visiting friends at Jackson. Mrs. Dr. norDMBEB Pia.no3 and Ar Ar Ar Ar Stielbiillle 7.40am' 4.03pm 7.45pm DCvam1 6.S8pxn V.vam, G.30pm in 1 nam' e.B2pm w KSTlSOnMl. La'renceb'g Versailles . Lexington. " VertJMlIe. laam 7Jlp 2. ua.pm Ar Lt LexiBEtoj Ar La"reab g Ar Sheltyillc-A- r Loul)lIe No. C. No. No. 4. 7 4.ml 4 40pni b.C5ani 8.111am 6.05iim 67om K35am 5.30pm S.27am G.lbpm 1 23am iafami 7 50pm 7.50am ObscrTa-tio- It cac't jarorWow cvt like an C": Lamp. j Trains Nos. 2, 5 and 6 carry Tree Chair Cars. 1, n EASTiMll'MI. No. IX N. h WESTEOUSD. i3S3LUTELY Lislit cosN rt .1 wit an hour. Throws n clear, wtiitf li Hit 10 f t r -- A. Sond for circular 1 bo 1 1..0 . . . . CreaiCot B"cclc (1 Year -11 J Rev. O. J, Young closed his series of meetings at Bethel christian church last Sunday night. Several additions. Ora T. Soper.an experienced lumberman, has been employed by the Southern Lumber Co., to look after tl.eirlocal trade. Mrs. J. W Masters, nf Lexington, is vibiting relatives near here. jYRUP PEPSiW 'CURES CONSTIPATION.! EXPERIENCE DR. CALDWELL'S Organs study is secrets. ESirThe undertaking department is com- plete and in charge of Mr. Milward Brown, a graduated embalmer and experienced funeral director. PHONE 23.-S BC 60 YEARS' No. 12. yTATioys. 4.0Tpm Lt Loul vil Ar 7cpni V Vmm Ar K2.pm 7.2cpm laiim Arl.arodsbsAr 4 40pm 7 35m Ar Hurgln Lv rim ;.,m No. It lafi&m. 8.25211. Tro- -i 3"c- cr-.iti r z.1 -- lm - n k lc v. 7JSMC ISSaa. rAna?j5 sry"Ji i Qir ' r- r r - c Wo w KASTlKinKU. Nu-l- . C7. "4 m Ar shelbvll Ar1 C6ii:n idliijD .kr Vprslles Ar, T.lUpm ll.l.m Ar Midway Ar T.Jjpra .t5..m '.r Oeorgtn Lrl CAsrr.oDM). tripni 7 Itacpm Kt wSl VESTBOC5D. rTATlQNsI No. ldtNaca , LT r)uNvll Ar 1055am' 7.5,pn; 8.05dmi 4.15pm. 7.45am X3Spit 7.15am' 3.UUpm WESTBOCD. KHflOIH , v. i. jirc-6-m 97am 6. vpm iNo. I. No. T.ktltn tNo. C. tNo. a Loulsvil Ar lassam 7.5upm, aaii)ra!.v Vtrslles Ar 70am .Vr Nlcblvill Ar 6L58am 4.10pm. lLOaui UJ!pzn rL3Jiim r Ricbmnd Lr 6.05am 3.15pm 2.0dpic LU.pm iAr in ine Lv 5.1 ST ATI OSS. FARM- SFORg " Ar Lexington Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv stations. ljulsrillc ..... ... No. L A J? M T I T" 10.4Jamia35pm K. l.ipm 5.10am 7.4Uaml 7.45Dm Knoxrille Abbeville SiaTjnnah.... Jacksonville Ar Chattanooga-- Ar ALuoc e.iuam Ar Jacksonville ilSpm 7.10pm 6.S3am Lt Chattanooga Ar ntnnlngbaui . UJjpia 1.10pm Ar Meridian ...... X5am:iaiU3m Ar New Orleans. lOSOamliasOam I carries No. Chair car Louisville to Texjnnon thereFrs c inertias with slia Vestl-iuTrain carry. z through Pullman isleep-Ib- s Car u U rm.n..biai.ilerlli.inanaN'ew ulo makes c!o-- connctlon at Chatta-c.xjjlor Atlanta. A.acca. Jacksonville aad Urunhulck. JCu. 3 carries Pullman Steeper Louisville to Chattanooga and lilnnln?ham. also Lexington to JaikMmviHr via Hot Sprincs. Ashevtlle, r Lexington to New and Pullman Unio Orleans. tDally except Sunday. ' A. Wbcioj P.&T A P.&T.A.. Louisville. ICy Lexington. Ky. 1 r.OAmrc,sa v p g.m., j. m. Cctp.T. M Washington. D. C WaaMEjjtoa, D.O. Wu a.TAT,xE,A.a.PA. W wfalncten. 0. q. UiilUe, it ; 1 le e ra 1 Islf-epST-Swif- Atlanta..... . L15pm 5.10am 915am 7ypm 6.S0am 5.00am. lLJOani .4am ji The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to salt purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at WHITE'S - STATION, on the waters or Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, diurU.es, railroads, mills, etc, within a haUmileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. TEEMS Sale will bo made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-third Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. SDR. CAl.DWCLL'3 PEPSI h INDIGESTION. 11 KC Bihoasnes, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, disturbed sleep, nervousness, headache, giddiness and drowsiness, wind and paia or fullness of the stomach after meals, cold chills and flushings of heat, shortness of breath these are the blank cheques of physical bankruptcy. Take them to a physician and he will fill them up with the name of some more or less serious disease. Every time that you carry one of them to him you draw out some of your funds in the Bank of Health. Keep it up, and there will soon be no funds in the treasury. The man who suffers from these disorders and neglects them will soon be in the relentless grasp of some fatal disease. If he is naturallynarrow chested and shallow lunged, it will probably be consumption; if his father or mother died of or some nervous trouble, it will probably be nervous exhaustion or prostration, or even insanity ; if there is a taint in the family blood, it will be blood or skin disease; if he lives in a new or alow, swampy country, it will be malaria; if he lives a life of exposure, it may be rheumatism. There is just one safe course for a man to follow who finds himself out of sorts and suffering: from the symptoms described. It is to resort to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This medicine makes the appetite keen, corrects all disorders of the digestion, renders assimilation pcrfectrinvigcrates the liver, purifies and enriches the blocd and builds firm, healthy flesh and nerve tissue. It cures almost all diseases that result from insufficient or improper nourishment of the brain and nerves. Bronchial, throat, and even lung affections, when not too far advanced, readily yield to it. paralysis issue with Oftv two illuslrH-- t otis Bnrgm people should bo plena d with the effort of the Messengor to place before the public this extellei t ibsue, as its influence is more rotfnlial lG-pa- ha The mosrt pretensions of the sever 1 e'lustrated trade eJition5? of local p. pers issued recently in Kentucky, is the Burgin Messenger of Sept. 30. It -- ijTffljra Anyone sending s sketch and description qnlckly ascertain our opinion free niether an lnvenuon is proDaojy pateniaDie. Commnnlca- tlons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents eent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Jinnn & Co. recelre rpttiaX notice, without charge. In tho The fruit of of experience ind hard ied in this magnificent stock of ours. 3'our service, too. We haven't any trade you the exact facts about every thing xu Why it is good, what it's made of, etc. embod- All we know is at Wo tell care to ask about Our leaders, REGENERO. COMPLETE BLISS tm -- I3IRANGES j Trade Marks Designs Copvriohts Ac may t thin any storehouse, bank or factory to attract attention to the place. The super-v'slo- A handsomely illastrsted weekly. Ijircest circulation of any sdentUlo Journal. Terms, f3 a year: four months, (L Sold by all newsdealers. Scientific American. Branch Office, 625 n edition was largely under the of Mr. Wm. F. Schcoler, lately of this city, whose remarks are easi y distinguishable throughout the paper. MUNN&Co.3618"1 28-- New York F St, Washington, 3. C HOSBAL. V. C. SU51ER.-J0- HN Arc unexcelled. We also carry in stock the Highest Grade ine ureal "jgi Strooj. Sewing Machines to he found in the market. A complete now wlililn rn.y ffifli or line of Sheet Music can bj found at our place of business at Milajs treatment la poIUvcly every Arirrlcan. to aire tho most complicated case ot Nervous Debility, ot all times. The people of Madison and adjoining counties are Wastlnjf Disease. It acts iwwcrfully and nultUj-- . A New Jlan. Phcleally IVrfeet. U Hie re.ul cordially invited to call and inspect our selections. oniie imc of ItKli EAKltO. men will manhood, rvcil OM Men We are also prepared to get any piano or instruments nin their lost vigor. Itlmijomtes anrtwtllrecoTet their youthful restores tc full lifear.d visor, all for parties that we do not carry specially in stock for less Mshtly Impotencr. sulTerewrrom Seminal Varicocele, perm.ittorhca, Emissions. Ixst Brain an money than they can purchase them. Leave orders for VVeak Memory. Wakefulness. Evil Moscnlar Power. Dreams. of Confidence, and all effects or or sexnal excess and Indiscretion, which unfits piana tuning at office. ono for business, study or nir.rrla;c. KEU KACUO iilii-u.V,"-. i 'n T? r5? lBm73 Ccf ore EC0PMI3T H Us hm, and United States Orp, l 5&J&$i&?-'nF- i Of ffeSit? h G$f fo bpS?T Makes til a.; m Yo-in-? re- Weak-nesse- s, 1 ck self-alio- e, Half Kales to I'iiatlauoi'ga Via Southern lEalluay. -t- account ot the Annual Convention of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ and Auxiliary Conventions) to be held at Chattanooga, Tenn. October 13th to 21st. 1S0S, tickets will be sold at the rate of ONE FAKE for the Ilound-tri- p, from ALL STATIONS on Southern Hallway in Kentucky. Tickets will be sold for ALL trains On imer & osha LIVE STOCK SA-LESME- The Dewey Music Company, W.-P. Boa at once to toe root ot tho disease that Is why t cares. It Is tho greatest JCerve Tonle in the world hnt la why lt glve3 A Isorand Action and restores 'he Fire or Youth. Jt Is a oarvetoos Dlood Purl-Oc- tthat Is why the Pink (Jlow come hark lo SEARLES, Business Manager. Can bo carried la vest pocket. By mall Sl.OO per box. ot six for S5.00. We cheerfully rerun! the money where six boxes do not effect a cure. Circulars free. Address tho American Office of thepaleeherlut.IasbtuponbAvlnsKi:(;EXEIlO. BORDEAUX Druggists. ;: Second Street. Richmond, Ky. For sale In Richmond by Perry eept21-l- y Eoofing, Gutteiiug and General MEDiCALC0.8KNWL'Job Work. - & Thomas. lor AC Win SIICCI, XKUKiO, pittcly cared ac" . asi took Dr. "IEczema," Pierce's Golden Medical writesT. T?, Discovery Berahart. of No. 44S . Y., " H October 10th to 13th inclusive, final limUnion it October 21tb, 1&)3 u "i;he Richmond, Ky., Chmax, Tureeily, Is credited with tho larccst TWO Fast Daily Trains EACH WAY "Cincinnati, circulation accorded to any paper in Kichmond or in Madison county or in to Chattanooga. , The'only nanertn Madison cour.tv For further information call on uear-- st JtSOnrCeeua!satp& ehargeeare $8.00 per car tne iiiptmi congressional District." u lor tegsr, tocLpsrAtmdJEercMOi' which , supports all the Democratic .Qteaif Ticket Agent Southern Rail war. SeleteBe,WMtB German: Paat, "Ym.H.Tayloe,Aj8BtGeoL JPase, Agt. Stock Yards, from Rqsglry Newspaper. Direcfo?i.V 0. I have rented forJS98 the, several honses by me last December, bat have now four jor five otber Bice cottages, well located aaa eanipped for sale on easy terms. Call at niy office over Messrs.-Wkh- e aibeoa's store, witb Stephen D. ParrUb. AMsnn.it.Tj.- " -?LOBIBA K. PABW8H. faaM-, Read This jx AtWfWsyMMlAgwK. U v. at. "fc-- I Sffil IO0L Idea WbooaateiBS ot some Steele eCse Wanted-- Sn Protect your Meast tker may bt Writ JOHN fVEDOKKMmx ner, WablotoB. n. Ctor It turn irt asd mt ot two hadr InTinHnnn vaatetL- hr a - T ...... -,- - . .. a-k .i s'iJ 2& r r?" I. '-- - - sirs I n Heaifacbe ba4T ettBr.'Wlee Pais PHfe.. f -.