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FREEDOM. RICHMOND, Flowly talcs the day, and dim and dimmer Grows the landscape's roelochanly sight. Dying, flames the sun his parting glimmer Leaves to thec his realm, O mournful night! Silence reigns, no sound in wood or meadow, But the lulling music of the stream, Life seems faded, a forgotten shadow That befalls us in a midnight dream. Wretched shadow! where forever bitter Sorrow treads upou the blossoms sweet S mi ling ei cs? They are but outward glitter Virturc dying at oppressor's feet Darker grows the night! Butlo! on yonder Forest-pat- h do I a goddess spy? Croivn of light, like an unearthly wonder. Bound her aspect streaming draws me nigh. Speak! who art thou, that a mortal Hast enchanted by tlysiou spell? Wilt thou lead mo through the dreaded portal To the regions where thine equals dwell? Art thou venus, born from ocean's water, Never spurned 3 et by a feeling swain? MADISON COUNTY, Royal Bakes the food pare, wholesome sad KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1898. NUMBER "20. '4W'. BY I ' t EZEEIEL OIIEAR, assessor and t s c Hector, Beverly, Mass., who has i - iacbu:a mo mile stone, says: "TV .l - Hcstoratlvc Nervine hq. dono a rrcrC al of good. IcuEcredforycarsfrom e.c ;. -- mss and nervous heart trouble. Yf on' J f' - 1 weary and usl up In tho morning co ambition and my work seemed a tur. A friend recommended Dr. lilies' Icriii.s. and I purchased a, bottle under pretest as I had tried so many remedies unsuccessfully. I thought It no use. But It gave mc re-- tf ul sleep, a i;ood appetite and restore .1 me to energetic health. It Is a casd good medicine, and I will gladly writo anyone Inquirin- -, fall paillcularsof my sat isfactory experience' wvm&sm L-.- S1E i 'Has Mincna, Zen's exalted daughter, From Olympus' height return again? Beauteous art thou! Thou art no illusion, I can touch thee with my mortal hand; Yet thy features bears a bright diffusion Of the bliss that crowns thy native land Thus I spoke ir rapture, deeply thrilling And her 01ce rang out in soft reply: A fantastic swain is eer willing To retain a shadow, fleeting by. But mistake me not. I am no vision Cf the erring, long forgotten past; In the future lies my promised mission While a tyrant breathes will it last. I guarantee, first bottle benefits or money re funded. Book on dis eases of tho heart and nerves free. Address, Sr Miles' Remedies rre sold hy all under a positive drug-pls- ts ftic SH ' m:!.. Dr. v?ra ca i ' Nervine fi.HaaithNvCS . x&ZZA Y J I Restores JSa ?:.. DB. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. PROFESSIONAL CAROS. Arroairsrs. P IV. MILLER. Attorney-at-La- Richmond, - - Kentucky. door Olire tn the Bnrnaro Building, nextfeb3-l- y to Fan-cr'- s National Bank. am Freedom not a goddess reigning From a shrounded throne, but plain and mild. Loving sister, servitude disdaining. Such is freedom, simple as a child precious jewel Art thou, then, that long-loThat the poets in their sonnets sing? Patient waits the world for it renewal; Decs thy presence such fulfilments bring? A little work, a little play But she would her hand in straight denial: To keep us going and so good day! Credit not the legends of the hearth. A little warmth, a little light Never has the finger on the dial Of love's bestowing and so good night! Shown the hour of freedom to this earth. A little fun to match the sorrow Liberalist am I, though too oft rejected Of each day's journey and so good morrow! I withdrew from your deluded kind, As a mouster, heartless but respected A little truth that when all die Hose between me and its grasping mind. We reap our sowing and so good bye! Call it word of God (deadly illusion!) Or subjection to a higher will. Love makes the world round, but it Call it faith, (O words oLGod's confusion!) takes the cash to square. Call it freedom, but its serfdom still. Freedom knews no fawning subjegation, true that the early bird catches Don n vt ith wall of ancient vested right! thu worm, but the people are not lookKil spooks, are erring mind's creation. They must flee where reason throws its ing for worms. st very surprising to find an old darky wliowasso well acquainted with tbe citizens of Whites Station, and the inquiries he made about some of hU old friends were indeed amusinjc-- Among many others that he seemed anxious to hear from was the big jolly depot agent. 'Say, boss" said the good natured old fellow after the conversation had drifted on for several minutes. "What's become of ilat big fat man no all use ter call 'Jumbo' who could play de fiddle so well? Den he use ter have a little son,: he would siug when he got ter feelin' good, something about 'I's gwine to de shuckiu' of de corn,' can lie sing dat song well as ho use ter sing it?" "No," was tiie reply, ' 'Junbo' can't sing so well now, bathe's still on hands with his fiddl." "Well what's become of dem fellers dat use to always be argufying with somebody, is they living too?" "Yes, Uncl6, they are still on deck and are ready to join jou in a debate at any time," was the reply. "Well bless my soul, what is de country gwine to come to? But you know I never would argufy wid none of them, for my ol'd master use to tell me never to argufy wid anybody, for "if you get to argufyin' wid a smart man," he would say "you's gwine to get left and if you gits to argufyin' wid a fool you's just wastin' yo' time," The old- darky's philosphy, if put into practice would no doubt prove beneficial to the human race. CORRESPONDENCE. faHdan. COLLEGE HILL. mi POWDER AktelHtety Pur ROYAL BAXINO l t k : Rev. Wyatt preached quite an interesting sermon to a large congregation here Sunday. Mr. Jas. Edwards and wife, of Sand Hill, Estill county, visited friends at d relatives, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Joe Lewis, who has been sick f r sometime is impro:ng slowlj. Miss Nancy Noiris is very ill with fever. Lige Walden and wife, of Lexing-tovisited his parents last week. J. M. Edwards, of Station Camp, j. yisited his parents Saturday and u, Sun-da- HJ -No ! diA l. ! ; Why Suffer Agony ? "When DON'S COMPLETE to cure you. It is the discovery PILE CURE is guaranteed of an eminent physician. No Knife ! Interruption of Business 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 box 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 with oiles." suf-feri- POWStR CO., HEW YORK. JSTEWBT. themselves ' Humbugs:" and this dreadful name has no ilonbt had the effect to lead some 10 c indent them without further inquiry. But the worst of all humhugn, the most deplorable of 111 delusions is that which leads men to 6hut their eyes to the truth, lest they should he laughed at for acknowledging it. I W An-tioc- The man is thought a knave or fool, Or bigot, plotting crime, Who, for the advancement of his kind Is wiser than his time. For him the hemlock shall distill; For him the axe be bared: ForTiinftre gibbet shall be built: For him the stake prepared; Him shall the scorn and wrath of men Pursue with deadly aim; And malice, envy, spite and lies, Shall desecrate his name. But truth shall conquer at the last Atoning for the evils past. J. Young preached at Sunday, with a large crowd in attendance. It. John Heathinan is building a residence on the land bought of Dr. J. A. Davis fot John Masters. The children of Maple Grove school are preparing for an ice cream snppei next Saturday night, for the benellt 01 a Library. Every body invited. Misses Lottie New by aud Lena Million attended the trots at Lexington, Thursday and Friday. Mrs. A. B. New by, of Covington, is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. U. Land who has been ery ill. Mrs. O. "W. Jenkins who has been very bick for some time is coiwales-cencBro. O. h PLUG 3 Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. 9 DON CH EMICAL COMPANY, rnrera octo-l- y CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Ma dison Momifflentai Works ESTABLISHED 1863, Remember the name you agam. buy JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. e. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and Slander Diogenes, of old, being one day asked the bitting of w hat beast is the most dangerous, replied, "If you mean wild beasts, it is that of the slanderer; if tame ones, of tho flatterer." Diogenes' philosaphy in undoubtedly true, and he might have well added thaL Slander meets no regards from noble minds; Only the base believe what the base defines. 'lis Messrs. S. S. and S. W. Million sold a fine lot of mules to Mr. Auburn, ol Tenn. Prices ranging from, thirty-liv- e to fifty dollars. Mrs. Mary A. Million is visiting relatives in Lexington. The infant child of J. Merritt Baker, was buried last Monday. Bro Ballew, of Stanford, will preach American Marble and Granite. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly oc hand a large stock of finished work to select from, at priees to suit all classes of buyers. ff"JlK. W. G. GOUCHER. one? of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phtse. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, winch will be furnished on application. -YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED." light. J 5. scr. AttohseY-- a LICHMOXD, -- Suffer no obedience and obey not, Kvery being sovereign in his part: Know no master. From this w atchword sway Law, 1p KENTUCKY. i li e over Tavlor's Hardware store, Court House, on Main Street. H B HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Rhhmond, Office No. 13 Fiit St up stairs.' 31 30 J C. & D M. 01IENAULT. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. RuHMovn, lice on Second street, over grocery. Chen-au- it Then jou'll know appression's counterpart. Tj rannv must dwarf j our brother's action, Savage force must slay jour brothers deed; Slave and master falls into his faction, And oppression must resistance breed. Freedom can't be given jou must take it, Jlay such outlook fill 3 our heart with awe: T3ranny will not recede, the mind must break it, Bach be to himself his God and law Thus she spoke. And while I yet stood gazing, Listening to her beateous and wise. Thus she vanished. Morning bright and bracing On the eastern sk- - bepln to rise. Wondrous dream, by fantasy created! Roosters herld the oncoming day Welcome, morning! Sad, and yet elated, Slowly I persue the homeward way. "Onn Deb Sec THINGS TO BE BELIEVED. not. PHYSICIA2TS. BV "ORB UEESEE."! DR. II. R. GIBSON, Aceitain Ilichmond editou took a stroll out about Whites Station recently in the iuteieat of hit paper and rePHYSIC I A X AND ,S URGEON, Kentucky. lumed with a two bushel meal sack Mchmomi. across his horse which was supposed to be filled with money he had collecttmrWing, iB (ive in the Joe (V AsoW dn estsre.and 10 See- - ed on 6Ubcriptions etc. Tho following street, orer Waice week a large adertisement appeared in his paper of Potts & Duerson'b big C'HAS. HOOKER, roller mill at Whites Station. ThinkI ETERTXARY SURGEON, ing, that as Mr. Potts had been patronizing the Cumax liberalv with his job Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. work for the past year, wo thought it rmarv Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty probable that he would bhare with us e ;, Office upstairs. o or store recently accn-advertising and upon seeing bi Richmond Harness Co , East Mam y St., in his apr.-lI. imonil Kv. Bob in towu a few days later a Climax man addres&ed him about the matter. IT. C. M. D Yes," bid Bob, "I'll uive you all Medicine and Surgery. the advertising jou want, if jou take flice Collins BuiUlim:, Main Street. Mich pay as I gave for that ad you (tke Carr place) oc 1 ephone at residence saw in last weeks ." ' It depends Brwtdway. Kentucky. on what the pay was," said the Climax ftiriiMovD, man. "A sack of bran, plain wheat brain, only" replied Mr. Potts, "I was , M. W. EVANS, not particular about the ad at all but thu&o follows seemed to be hungry and Physician and Suuceon, I thought I would help ihein out a litKentucky. tle." We told Mr. Potts we' would Richmond. excuse him for we had no use fur bran, but would glady accept his 53 cent DR. T. J. TAYLOR, dollars any and all times for his job Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, work. Kentucky Richmond While skylarking around over in an Street SOffice and residence on adjoining county some days ago it was 27-r. ( J.JSPElt, ----- D-- 2S172AL STTxtGEEY. mfsaKsaszszzsx 'K JfcW ' Tjt. IDaXtTvWwc "ruBoxv. DESTIST, OF LOUISMLLS, ET. next door to Government Building, RichraSnd. Ky. Office hoars Mo 1 to 1. 12-- novl"-l- y Four nice rooms lor rent. Call at Dental Oliice of Dr. Hob-sqh, f ?. .w. nszt door to postoifice. fR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same office janl2-l- y lately occupied by Dr. W. W. If it was only health, we minht let it cling. But it is a cough. One cold no sooner passes ott Dctore another comes. But it's the same old cough all the time. And it's the same old story, too. There is first the cold, then the cough, then pneumonia or consumption with the Ions sickness, and life trembling in the bslar.ee. DR J. C. MORGAN, DENTIST. National Bank, y l6-l- over Bichmond, Ky. Madison j k Loi kirn, S. Ohio, No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ky., on will be at Mr. J B. Willis' . Bichmond, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. Hth. 1898, returning every second Wednesday of each of month. Eeference every physician feblG-l- Bichmond, Ky. y. Cherry Peeloral loosens the grasp of your cough. The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed; all inflammation is subdued; the parts are put perfectly st rest and the cough drops away. It has no diseased tissues on which to hang. Dr. R. Goldstein, No.Sti Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., will be at the Hotel Olyndon, Bichmnd,.Ky., on Of Thursday, October 27, 1898, each month. Eyes examined, and glasses sciectificall.r adjusted. Dr. Ayer's Returningonedayitt octi-l- y Cherry Pectoral ' Plaster draws out inflammatioa of the KENTUCKY E. UX. CAVE, UNIVERSITY. TitALtt, Uiigl, Ij. COM- LITEBAQY, BIBLE, .MEDICAL, AND JIEKCIAL COLLBGIS. Tuition fc.r Literary and Bible ,'Coww J gymnasium. Tbousaa ofjacefsfsfel social ana moral weuare 01 For special attention. Opea to both Hyw-t- f cataloguea address tbe VnaHoaUl mjji """" s8e. II II w hl. T1 s lungs. Advtea Free. Kerarraber if e bava a SWlwV irmu bveanTCoBipfe'H,t?"1" ...r fan .WtrB thebeot medical .Bdvlee ti wtW? eWalH, write thu mi irrcj- - Too wl't reealTO accinr erosis revlnwHfcooteost ;". ki w An druggtoU sU Dfc Kaes'TlJbjm.- 1 j- ; "'-.L-: im "" - r fK'fcafc. iorrr i -- '"sfflt" t. - j t- - t - "Zi iSLiP. &&?r' tl. " t - W"I -j. - . a v, .i !v'w' - at Antioch, beginning Friday night before the fourth Sunday. What is slander? An ape is an ape a varlet is a varlet, Mr. Win. Christian and wife, of Lex'Tis an assassin at tho midnight Let them be clothed in silk or scarlet. A fool's tongue, like a monkeys tail, desig- hour urged on by envy, that, with ington, vibitcd Miss Mattie llolniau nates the animal. footstep soft, steals on the slumber of Suudaj'. sweet innocent, and with the dark BEREA. The saying that oeauty is but drawn dagger of the mind, drinks deep saying. is but a Protracted meeting going on at the the crimson current of the heart. It Rev. Bronson Bay left Saturday for is a worm that crawls on beaty's cheek Baptist church conducted by the pastor, Nashville, Tenn., where he has been In the darkest niRlit liope sees a like the vile viper in a vale of flowers, K. L. McMurry and Rev. Noal. called to the charge of tho Immanual. star, and listening love can hear tbe and riots in ambrosial blossoms there. Rev. Derthic filled his regular ap- Baptist church. Mrs. Ray will join him rustle of a wing. It is a coward in a coat of mail, that pointment Sunday at the Second there next Friday. Geogetown Times. wages war against the brave, and wibe, church. The world do move. The Central He that is not open to conviction is and like the long, lean lizard, that will D. F. Lucas who fell from his wagon Christian church, of Lexington, was not qualified for discussion. mar the lion's sleep, it wounds tho over a week ago and broke his leg is tendered to the Jews for the celebration noblest beast. nicely. of Yum Kippur and was accepted by Jlinds of ordinary capacity always Oft have I eeen this demon of the J. P. Beckuell has been on the sick them. The Jews adopted resolutions of coudein all that is beyouud their own soul, this murderer of sleep, with thanks and presented them to Bev. I. list for several days but is up again. of range. limits visage smooth, and contenance serene Dr. L. A. Davis will leave for Sc. I. Spencer, and congregation. Here is as heaven's own sky; but storms were a sample of liberalism that is as comThe night has a thousand eyes raging in the world of thought; oft Louis next Sunday to take another mendable as it is rare. Harrodsburg The day has one; course of medicine. have I seen a smile upon its brow; but, Yet the light of the whole earth dies, It D. Williams, of this place, was Sayings. With the dying sun. like the lightning from a stormy cloud, It is with much regret that it shouked the soul and disappeared married to Nora Woolwine, of Indian- nal announces this week the Jour The minds has a thousand eyes that Eld. in darkness. Oft have I seen it weep apolis, Ind., on the 4th inst. We wish The heart but one; Robt. G. Frank has severed his connecthem a long and happy life together. But the light of the whole life dies at tales of woe, and sigh as 'twere the tion with tho Christian church at this When love is done. heart would break with anguish; but When you call for DVitt's Witch place, to take effect January lot. We like the drop, that fall's from Java's Hazel Salve the great pile cure, don't There would be a deadless disturb- trell, and the fell blast, that sweeps accept anything else. Don't be talked believe tho Journal voices the sentiance in this world, if when a man had Arabian sands, it withered every flower into accepting a substitute for pilea, ment of all denominations of Nicholas-vill- e when it says that Eld. Frank is one for sores, for burns. Douglas & Wells. nothing to say he would be quiet of tho vale. of the most popular ministers this it. about I saw it tread upon n lily fair, a Gov. Bradley has nitned Oct. IStli as town has had in jears, an earnest maid of whom the world could say no LaFayette day and requested the pub- worker for the Master, and his leaving Opinions rule the world, and wise harm, and, when bhe sunk beneath lic schools to observe it by conducting here will be a great loss to this commen make opinions, but the foolish the mortal wounds, it broke into the exercises of a patriotic nature and col munity in many ways. Jessamine Jourand the dead alone never change them. sacred sepulchre, aud dragged its vic- lect funds to be used in erecting a monnal. tim from the hollowed grave for publio ument to the gallant Frenchman to be is the contents of a book and not eyes to gaze on. It hath wept that It There is only one Barlow Minstrel unveiled at Paris, July 4, 11)00. its authorship that makes it valuable. from the earth its victim passed away company, and that will appear here on Truth written by a man is better than ere it had taken vengeance on his Whenever there is an office in 6i";ht, the HO of this month. Secure vour falsehood revealed by God. virtues. Yea, I have seen this curbed Madison county usually has a candi seats early. child of envy, breath mildew on the date for the place, and generally sue-"Die when I may, I wanted said of sacred fame of him, who once had been ceeds in landing her man. The counme by those who knew me best, that I his country's benefactor, and on the ties of Clark, Madison and Estill always plucked a thistle and planted sepulchre of his repose, bedewed with of the districts in bankruptcy, a flower when I thought a flower many a tributary tear, dance in and Prof. R. W. Miller, editor of the I have" rented for 1808 the several houses adby would grow." Lincoln. the moonlight of a summer's sky, with Richmond Register has been appoited vertised five me last December, but havo now other nice cottages, well located four or referee. Winchester Democrat. and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at eavage satisfaction. office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, my When once we have developed the Tut, tut, neighbor. It is not because with Stephen D. Parrish, sort of man to whom liberty in more Clark wants less than Madison, but that A Clever Trick. TLOItlDA H. PARRISH, precious than bread, we shall have Attorney and Agent. It certainly looks like it, but there is she gets ltss. It is not what you want au25-t- f plenty of liberty and plenty of bread really no trick about it. Anybody can that does you good, but what Madison as well. CALL AT try it who has Lame Back and Weak gets that hurts. Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles. For broken surfaces, sores, insect The tissue of the life to be We mean he can cure himself right bites, burns, skin diseases and especialWe wear with colors all oar own; away by taking Elictric Bitters. This ly piles there is one reliable remedy, And in the field of destiny DeWitt's Witch Hazel JSalve. When We reap as all have sown. "cssi medicine tones up the whole system, yon call for DeWitt's don't accept acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid- counterfeits or frtuds. You will not SALOON PARLOR If bereaved friends would dedicate a neys, is a blood purifier and nerve tonic. be disappointed with DeWitt's Witch WHEN IN TOWN. part of what they have set aside so rear It cures Constipation, Headache, Faint Hazel Salve. Douglas & Wells. a marble shaft over the grave of a dead ing Soells. Sleeplessness and MelanchoJames Swope sold his place. 116 child to the nobler purpose of making ly. It is purely vegetable, a mild laxabeautiful the life of some living child, tive, and restores the system to its nat- acres, to Greenberry Bright at 500 per Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found mauy a stone woulfl thus be plainer, ural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be acre, and bought of Mr. Bright 197 in the citj' are dispensed many a life would thus be grander. convinced that they area miracle work- acres adjoining the old Swope place, on but by the Hangiug Fork, at $10 an acre. and accommo er. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50c a dating1 clerks. How much better would the world bottle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. This makes in all about 410 acres of the old Swope land bought by Mr. Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. 3 be if every man would do his own Successors to W. G. White. Swope in the last two years. Mr fools cannot think; thinking. But 1(0 bigots will not think; cowards fear to In refusing the petition of a Louisville Bright also bought of Sim Cook to citizenship, acres of unimproved land at $35. He Phone 3. to be restored Second St, think; and this leaves onlv a few phil osopbers to do the thinking for the mul- Gov. Bradley took occasion to com- will move to his new home shortly. RICHMOND, KY. titude. Were it not for our philoso ment on the number of this class of Danville Advotate. the election and phers our world would be one vast, petitions just before said: "These petitions are numeroubly uncornered lunatic asylum. signed by politicians who desire the "Beg no question, shrink from no convict's vote without any investigation conclusion, but follow truth wherever as to his character or the life he has Explanation of their nature by Dr. Hartman, who tells how to cure them. it may lead. If tbe conclusions that been leading since he left tho penitenm T. m we reach run counter to our prejudices, tiary. A convict must first satisfy me let us not flinch; if they challenge in- that he has permanently reformed be." will restore him " stitutions that have long been deemed fore I Governor has evidently changed The 1 wise and natural, let us not turn his mind as just about this time last back." Henry George. "of year he turned loose a score or more AisVPfrh 1 vEm: women are constantly puz negro in this county so they zled about their health. InSelze upon truth wherever found, could vote the Republican ticket at the deed female troubles puzzle all On christian or on heathen ground; women. Among your friends among your foes; following election. Older 'Women Jiave The plant's divine wherever it grows. experience, but few possess HilltoHs tiivea Away. knowledge of tho subject. The periodical suffering is painful. I would love to shake hands with It is certainly gratifying to tho pub It is accompanied by many the man who wrote the following: lic to know of one concern in the land varying sensations that distress. "Be ware of pinning your faith to an- who are not afraid to be generous to How much of this is necessary other's sleeve, or forming your own tho needy and suffering. The proprieis a matter of guesswork. The opinion on that of another. Strive to tors of Dr. King's .New Discovery for whole question, is shrouded in attain to a modest independence of Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have professional mystery. ' mind, aud keep clear of leading given away over ten millions trial bot Dr. .Uartman's book for women, 8 called " Health and Beauty," treats strings; follow no one where you can tles of this great medicine and havel these matters with delicacy, and at which you are the satisfaction of knowing it has abso not see the road, in the same .time with clearness. Write desired to walkr otherwise, you will lutely cured thousands of hopeless Medicine Company, Colnmbus, O.forlt: it ia'mailed free. It to the have no confidence in yjur. own judg- cases. Asthma, xsroncnitis, Hoarse is a practical printed talk to women. Dr.. Hartman ujefines women's diseases as ment. iud will become a changeling ness Tand all disease of the Throat, catarrh and tells how cures them, all Mr days.' Remember the old Cheat'and Lungs are surely cured by ifrs. C. C. Naeve, 386 Morrison St., Portland, Ore., writes as follows: adage let every, tub stand on its own It. Call on Perry & Thomas Druggist, a Medicine Co., Columbus, O. when Hived in Columbus, O., in 1887, bottom! And, '"never be the mere Successors to W. G. White and get a Dear Sies: "I began to take ever I needed medicine. I trial bottle free, regular size 50c and SI. and have used it and the 'Man;a-ishadow-o- f another." for regnlating tbe meases, and before I Every bottle guaranteed, or "price re- have never found an equal to began to take it Lwaa never, regular and always had,more or Jess pain. I had 3 funded. I would never kneel at a gilded shrine. but without success." ttried many different medicines before I saw worship the idol gold; To There is nothing mystcriousr about .tho acioH of Itis not a otmine. case of the city of Danville The I would never letter this heart but it cures catarrh wherever localadandthere maybe catrh in ". against the xuntyjjf J&oyle.. to compel "cSre-all,- '' As a thing for fortunes sold; " "' """l thn.rnvlv. ak all are lined with mueoud membrane. But I'd bowto th bight tht nature hath ktofceep!the pikeg; throagh town in " Biven, St., Columbia, Pa.', says: Ihavebewaiircwfefed" , ;lTiCrs. repair, traa decidedly tbe circuit eowrt Willi M. CMnl, 3043Vamuin my uoweisitjr MSYuiry.jfestrav j. m cropuntg The nobler ligMof rojad;' "V eatarrn ana a soreness & "that wm recommended. Xtrkd and am happy to saythat am.,ow The only Hsfeve th&teyteTen, - J J tit IRUi v..v rs fiad. ll ?? c That 8dBtr tMinlyweU.'lt j. ? e7gVpby 'any gains OB.rei- charge womao.wno will DrvBartMm's.adYis the Write for St. His book oc .Chronic Catarrh is also' axglitfaM tbe All drturzfete sell eaUed by My, wtVWa&mppNlte eitk of trie State. .Richrcood WM Ap iuurer of 26oal intiiMiil jt i .r ti j ' r nr lliv s. 'i ' u iinn k.a . salbh- km.xmjvirijrw-- i vr i .nBMasKfta. ij u j.t- tt r.i ca r rs' skin-deep REMGIOUS. skin-dee- p J77VTES D. HAMILTON, Proprietor. fP H j com-pose.o- no Read This Attorney-at-La- Who has reconcentrated all of his experience of more than thirty vearsin the PAINT and WALL PAPER business, the knowledge thereby gained with all his energy and industry reconcentrated he expects to be worthy of and to recontentrate nearly sill the demands for Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Frames, Paints, Oil, Glass. Varnishes, Brushes, Artists' iind Painters' Supplies generally. He makes and keeps for sale everything in the business skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced in tho largest quantities. Note Or ny of those the Iteconcentrado Prices: Wall here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that Paper o cents, Window Shades complete 10 cents Picture Frames, irlass. barkinr. screw eves and cord, SxlO. 25 cents; 10x20, portrait size, The Old Beliable Main Street Jeweler, isstill behind his counters, where he has moulding, $1.00; mouldbeen the good ing. Si 50 The best Mixed on hisfor over 31 years, in as many old tow n of Richmond, and still ready to wait old customers, and patronPaint in the market for $1.10; age. His stock is being added to new ones as will favor him with their can get constantly, and you will find you Carriace Paint 50e and 75c per goods cheaper and hotter there than any quart, nil our own I'irke. You just as represented, antl you can rely on" other place. Anj thing he tells you is Givehim a call and encourage it. B can he a free and independent home trade. je29Cra Reooncentrado by doing all your trading with sea-goich 'K 4 "i- .Vi -; i 209 car-loa- Jf Iflslkif IIP SHi aaa P P. Having boucht in the last GO days two of Wall Paper from one of the largest factories in Philadelphia, we received from the President of the Company u very complimentary thanks, antl in conclusion he stated, "You pre a regular Becoxcentrado" We plead in the Wall Paperbusiness. guilty to tho indictment. We guess we are, or else we would never have G. M. W. been accused. i mm, Richmond Market ff, MM STCEET. It's poor logic to. agree thaW all meats arealike. Our meats are the best. We kill first-,- , class cattle, is why we have; alwa-s ALL WOMEN Should know that the 'Old Time" Remedy, 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, Mutton, Pork and other Meats", are not excelled by any market. enjoyed a good share' s-- .- up-to-da- te -- Fresh Fish Iecieved Daily. TTTTTTT?V?T?TTVTTTT?TTTTTTTf ?TTf ?Tf TTf Home-grow- K solicit a continuance of same. Telepboae 0J. may25-l- y Ac, .to, can be found in our market at all times. Thajking you for past patronage, n vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, Rad-dish- es, I ict "O.LDouas, Mackey Building, Main St. Woman's Mysterious Ills. J Is the best for Female Trestles. Corrects all irrptnilnrltlRSlnl'einaleOnrans. Should bo taken for Cbaere ol Life and before PIsciers "Old Tine Kesecits nave siocu m test for twenty years. SladsoiU? by Iew Spencer if edldne Co., Chat- iarous, l CbiM-Btrt- ellfe iW Wr& W BBm? s8?SMfflKRa" J J Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-ly- r G. White. I m rT D, B. Shackelford & Co,, PI Protect your Idea: they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WKODEHBtrOM & CO, Patent AMor. neys. Waaningtdn. D. C for tbelr $1.S prise oCet and list of no hundred Inventions wanted. Wanted-f- ln Idea 3 ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Lanital WarmiQ EON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends. Wrights Celery Capsules. PabkebsbukqW'Va., Janrlary'26, 1095. m $! ? &Y8A.TV vVM Pe-rii-- " DtW5, this-count- Pe-rc-- m The Weight Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. have- - been using G e n U e ra e n : Wright's Celery Capsules- - sinee Novera-ber, 1894,. and 4nd them to be as recommended' I lirst began taking them Pe-ru-n- I Which is known to be the best all over and State. An&linafOf, O. K. RANGES and COOK n 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 OP Pe-ru-- n since-wheneve- r Pe-ru-- Pq-ru-- Te-ra-E- a. n-i- feee-wl- ft he' ri -- while atfHotSprinflsAtk'. nnder treatment for Sciatic Rheumatin..Liver aad Stomach treubte, Ceasiipatioa which ,1 had been a loii'g sufferer." I found, the urAAf ralinf r!klarv PunciitAB aa- av.I 4 lrfMrt li..- me UKiuaiiK .a jruMi- it. a i uism -- Tin Work and Rooeing. - '' .aA aavcv--Hu- i T nuiirimwro A, a V. -- ;'ThDBiaateoe irao(;lyrianew-ly's wj Pe-ru-- t,., t airwiffimnjf wiib Bk aflktieus or eHker """: ottheiH. Very trttfy yosw, " licitodrreoowm tbeut. to any aad x- t - r-- - TJ - ;i- - v-rr--?rr- r; JI if - n.. - t ,p - L tL --. ::. ' : " i -- .- ..va' - "tL ,:z r JL7 jV- - "- jyjMiMMgiPfywt?t AU"r zz--? ,. -- wjieetjffv. Tit iMTiif i i i'jpih i im i' T iriWTiBirTr TTrt liKT s.?mss,i InrT TTT m n84 treaIi IT TTrnTmim eh Tfflflli iHiiiiHiiini m Miirf iihi jgfe zJ&Mm rT imnHBBiujinwi , U.Ttwf. h ' "l ICffiJuiaT.CASbwait: fl Riaa. IWmm.- - Prie- -I -- J "H w- ZU'h.l ,; & i IjI 9 KYvt . "i Sowcosofs te gfeackeHen! Si Sssby , '- I uyxf RICHMOND, i?- - fffirHn.f mm .' tyb 4E. s 'T fTTfe?iiinr'li 3rf . The Richmond Climax. X. conceal your own hypocrisy. not alarm us, because we are Hi gut. It does A tt -- Proprkbr mad Eikorx. MILLER, C E. WOODS. AuocUte BiHor. OCT. 10, WEDNESDAY, - - 1P98. "What stronger breast-plat- e than a heart untainted Thrice is he armed that hath his quarel lust: And ne but naked, though locked up in steel. When conscience with Injustice is corrupt- Severe buffering Serious Case of Internal Ulcerated Piles Cured by Hood's Sarsapa-rlll- a Able to Work for the First Time In Four Years. "My husband was taken with severe Internal ulcerated pile. He was once apparently cured but the old trouble came back aa bad as ever. He became very weak. Alter a while he gave up all other medicinal and began taking Hood's This medicine did him wonderful good. In about tw1 months he was able to walk out in the the yard. When he had taken seven bottles he was able to ride out every day and work a little and he had gained 40 pounds in weight. Ha Is now about as well as he ever was end has been at work on his farm. Lost fall he sowed his own wheat, this being the first work he had done for four years. I think Hood's Sarsaparilla the most wonderful medicine in the world." Nolia E. Head, Deatsvillo, Kentucky. la. Grand Occasion at the Church. Presbylerlar Danville Chicken Thieves. ed." rnuiUKc rvruv WZDXXSDAT XT Tho Climax Printing PRICE Go. PEK YKAK, $1.50. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. ANNOUNCEMENT FOB CONGRESS. We ue anthorixed to announce W. H. ZIEG-Lhof Union Mills, Jessamine county, a candidate on the Prohibition ticket for Con-arIrom the Eighth Congressional District oct5-td- c cf Kentucky. es FOB AUDITOB. We are anthorired to announce JOHN B. CHENAULT. of Madison county, a candidate tor the office of State Auditor, subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention. ft fc 9 iii;; t V i ' i tVl V4& yk i "Whom the Gods Would Destroy They First Make Mad." The erstwhile humorous historian of Madieon county, Judpe French Tipton, alias a Democrat, alias a Republican for what's in it, has torn his shirt completely off this week and reveals a keleton which he was masking for years ea a Democrat for Revenue Only. And that's what's the matter with Tipton. Tip is as mad as a hull because we fliaunted his dirty political linen in his face, and instead of getting himself out of the mud he flounders deeper in the mire, by telling of his ten years duplicity whilst posing as an exponent of Democracy. And as for his not holding on to the Bodes Revenue t3t, it was because there was nothing to do in revenue circles! But this is well understood by the public, so the Judge need not divert attention from the central point, and the one on which he tore his bhirt. that is. his cowardly nssasi nation of his old party. Editor of a Democratic paper, when not sucking a revenue teat as a Democratic appoiuteei he registers as a Democrat, but knifes that party in the dark. At last, tired of his own deceit, he announced on registration day, 1S97, "Put me down as a Republican, I've been voting that way and I might as well register that way." Xo criticism of your vote, no sorrow over your loss, we repeat, the public, yes the citizens of Madi6on county of all parties, held their noses at such an unblushing confession of party treachery. Your brazen confession was uttered from a knowlege of your already waning prestige among your neighbors, as evidenced by the wholesale loss of subscribers to your paper m '97; your old associates had fallen away from your like autumn leaves, and with one despairing hope, mayhap with assurance doubly 6ure that you would hold that revenue job If you but forsook the party that has made you ns "prominent as you are, and not until then, did you cease to bestow upon it the cursed Kiss of Judas, aud publicly take your place where you belonged. And you "defy us to name a single Republican ho entured such opinion." AVe do uot ask his consent to give his name, because he was man enough to say it and he is man enough to repeat it Wm. Devore, Jr., late Republican candidate for Constable in the Richmond precinct. But you don't want the names of Democrats who said the same tiling you know who they are! And their opinion coincides to a T with little Billy Devore's. You try to clean the slime off yourself to throw at us, but you can't come It with Truth shedding her light on your action. You are hopelessly lost in the soup of McGinty with that as a millstone round your neck. Democrats found you out ten years too late. And Republicans will always beware of a Benedict Arnold in their camp. (Lish Parnsh was a saint beside you.) Your wholesale use of billingsgate is to but the effluvia of the devil-fiscon-fesss- The Longmoore-Adam- s incident never occurred on God's earth. "Said we were a Republican!" Governor Bradley was once accused of the same thing, and his reply is well known. "If there were a drop of Republican blood in my veins I would take a knife and let it out." So say we. The writer was and had been for four years a Democrat, (ever since he could vote) when that convention was held here in June 1S90. We were for neither liongmoore nor Adams, but for James B. Martin, of Glasgow; and we sought to interest his relative, Mr. J. Stone "Walker, m his lehalf, but the latter said Martin, who was a model man and Democrat, was uot in the race in Madison. We attended the convention, were elected a Secretary of both meetings, were counted as we were known to be a Democrat, and went as a delegate to to Louisville a Democrat and don't let that escape your historical memory. See below bow Mr. Covington flatly contradicts your false accusation. The David Munday yarn sounds fishy, like all the rest. In the language of is Daye h Mr. Btck: Munday?" After the visit of Gov. Stone, of Missouri, or the nomination of Mr. Bryan we never felt or uttered & thought inconsistent with their teachings and do not remember ever to have uttered a word before, to any citizen, prominent or otherwise. We were simply registering as a Democrat, and voting the same way! Now, your honor, Judge, this is our story, and when you Be in it your distorted political phiz don't grumble at the artist, because he painted you scars and all. Later. We have Interviewed Mr. T. T. Covington regarding his alleged statement iu your driveling effort to reduce us to your political depravity, and here is his statement: "I told Tipton I had no recollection, whatever, of such an occurrence, that I was not a counter convention, at the Longmoore-Adam- s and that I had always regarded Woods as a Democrat." Now, Jedge, having hoist you on your own petard, we remark "Lay on, McDufl." C. Sunday last w as a memorable day a. the First Presbyterian Church, on" tin occasion of the firbt public psrformnnct upon tho haudsuiue pipe oigan, seen iu this city. Il is nSl,GU instrument of 250 pipes, with all thi scope and sweetness of lone gainei iroin more expensive instruments Tiie monoy was in vested in the 'music' and not iu the costly trappings of high but no moie uselul organs. This church is tlu pioneer in this advanced step in church music here, n having been ten ears since tho "Or gan was set on foot by Mrs. Jason Walker, and though many hai been the discouragements which bift-the laudable ende.u or, the hopes an. ellorta of the devoted lriends of ilu scheme came to fruition only ou L Mr. Thbs. P. Flaig, the' Danville jeweler who has been here superintending tho sale of the stock of the ate E H. Palmer, goes homo every Fine Farm FOR-- fc bun-da- y. spacious auditorium wiu crowded, ovei flowing into the gallery, while chairs were strung down Hie aisit aud standing loom in the rear was at ii premium. It was truly a muguifictiiil The HOOCPS Is the best in fact the SpartUa 25c One True Blood Purfier. Hnwi S Pillc easyto take, easy to buy, easy to operate. PERSONAL. Mr. Clias. T. Chenault, of Winchester, spent Sunday at home. Capt. and Mrs. J. Speed Smith went, to Louisville last Saturday. Mrs. Brutus Clay, of Paris, is the guest of Mrs. Anderson Chenault. Dr. M. C. Heath spent Saturdny w ith Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Embry at Nicholas-ville. E. W. We asked Geul. Taylor to tell what John Henry Wilson slid about the Goebel Bill, but the brainy Attorney General first said it Mas a lie, and then asserted that it didn't matter what John Henry said. What the latter said was about this: "After my experience in my last race for.my own party nomination for Circuit Judge, I am convinced that the Uoebel Bill is not the worst thing in the world" probably meaning that he had been robbod of victory by men in his own party. At Pineville last week Hon. John D. White, so the Pineville Courier prints, "claims to be leading in the race, and stems to be particular!' thankful for the Goebel election bill, which will in sure him the counting of the the votes ctst for him " With these two testimonials from, mountain Republicans, Attorney Gen eral Taylor will have difficulty in convincing Democrat that the Goebel Bill is an uumixed evil. paper, Miss Sullivan, of San Antonio, Texas, visited Dr. and Mrs. V. K. Hobson last week. After a pleasant visit to Miss Olivia Baldwin Miss Burgess returned to Maysville last week. Miss Virginia Chenault will be the guest of Miss Katie Smith ou Hallowe'en. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Smith, of Shelbyville visited Mrs. Alice Tribble last week. Mrs. James V. Caperton and Miss Minva Park Phelps spent last week in Louisville. Rev. Ezekiel Forman, of New Orleans, is visiting Dr. McDowell at Cynthiana. Mrs. Mary Neale Thompson went over to Ervington Station last Saturday to visit friends. Mrs. Grant E. Lilly is at home from a visit to her sister, Mrs. K. P. Moore, at North Middletovui. Mrs. Sallie Yates Mo.Kee, of was the guest last week of her mother, Mrs. Edna Yates. Mrs. T. E. Arnold, who was the guest of her father, Mr. B. V. Her-ticat Louisville, has returned home. Law-rencebur- g, k, Mr. Lee Elkin, of Louisville, who is a gifted musican, was the guest of his cousin,,Mr. John Arnold, last week. Miss Katie Grady, of Ireland, was not the nuest of Miss Julia Higgins last week, as announced in the Register. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Bauin, of Mt. Sterling, were the guests of their daughter, Mrs. It. E. L. Biggerstaff, last week. Mr. Charles congregation. In the alcove behiuu the pulpit stood the handsome organ whose bright pipes lifted their sumuiiis twenty feet above tho floor. In front it the choir, Mrs. Harry B. Hanger, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Logan, and Air. Win. Thomas, bnhi'iul a low railing curtained with nmroon tatecn. On the rostrum farther in front and slightlv lower blood the pulpit, wheuce the Rev. Jasper K. Smith, can bee and bo heard more plainly than over before. The arrangement is perfect. At eleven o'clock the expectant crowd was charmed by a long, low velvet note that was the first utterance from the big instrument that is now the pride oi all who heard it. It was under the touch of one of the most skillful organists in the country, Harry Pihher ouo of its manufacturers The pre hide was a beautiful selection and rendered faultlessly, all the shadings of tone being brought out, from thesoftest to the deepest. Mrs. Walker also played the accompaniment for the hymns, sung by choir and congregation at the pastor,8 earnest appeal. "Now to the Lord a noble song," was tho opening hymn. The olleitory, during the collection, was a grand piece grandly performed. Other hymns, then the sermon, and while the congregation was dispersing the great instrument burst out in greater beauty than before. and the immense throegseem loalh to leave until tlielong, last, low note faded into silence. Grand as the occasion was, and all say it was such, the pastor rose to the great occasion Willi a sermon that vied in grandeur with the circumstances. So that the enchanted throusr mentally confessed that the chief feature of the occasion was not more the music than the sermon. "Come and Taste and See" was the text, and in our short experience of some dozen years of remembered ser mons, we nave never liearu its equal as an answer to infidelity, thoiiirh aonlica ble to the uncoil verted,'and convincing to douuters met with in daily life. Argument. Testimony, Experiment, the three channels through which truth may bo established, were called into requisition to prove the existence of God "But," said he, with all the iervor of Ins earnest heart, "if you say my argument is fallacious and my ex perience unreliable, just "Come and Taste and See, aud know for yourself, as I know, by experiment, that there Ood does not ask us to ac is a God. cept his offers through blind faith. And if w e disbelieve the records of the ex periences of countless saints who met death uncomplainingly at tiie stake or from the flame, there is yet a means of grace ieit open to tliose wlio seek the truth: let them simply "Come and Taste and See" As Love can not be weighed in the apothecary'sscales, nor sunlight made in tho chemists labora tory, et we can see the one and feel the'other bv simple experiment. Chris tian experience gives us what nothing eUe can give us nor take away. So, "Come anu Taste and See pas"-to- r, Saturday, and he rarely leturns with ut a plaintive story of how badly he las been treated by nameless iudivid-iul- s inthe Capital of Boyle. Some weeks igo whilo running to catch the train or Richmond ho lost his pocket book ind $109 in Uncle Sam's countersigns. Last Saturday night when we boarded he train at Winchester we saw a Iriinken soldier wiping the tears from rlaig's eyes with the butt-enof a Navy pistol, and, when interviewed, tl.iig told an incoherent storv of Ins ast escapade. It seems on his that he owns, or did own, G pullets and sumo very tine Uiuorcas of the masculine gender. a Inch cost him $S per head. Last .veck his family came to Richmond aud pent a few days, and upon their re .urn home the whole plantation had been cleaned out by logues. The latter had long been "laying" for those chickens, and now the chickens are laying" for those thieves instead of their owner, who had raised them from their most remote infancy. Mr. Flaig said it was bad enough for the thieves to break into his house and rausaqk it but he could not understand why the pride of his heart and product of his $1 incubator had uot been spared. We suggested, that although perhaps i mere coincidence, the Presbyterian Synod had met at Danville last week. "Ah," said Flaig, with a look of his big brown eyes, "that's it, tho preachers, the preachers! There is no revenge, no hope; good bye chickens." d au-nori- lv W . mc ymi iikiiiicui I mean to any particular and Notions of all kinds. Goods, Underwear, Wool a . :,wio "'$ farm located on the Rerea and Kingston turnpike, in Madison county, "Ky., about ten miles from Richmond, and two miles frjm Kingston. Ky., and known as the Jas Foster or more recently, the Galen' J. White Having determined to sell my blue-gra- ss .., houSe, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to nry store and convince farm, I will, "on 3ourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps, Hosier', Blankets, Comforts Dress, IBL itigh-cl.is- s iraj.UEU,30. sell said farm at public miction to the highest bidder, on the psemises, about 10 o'clock, a. in. The farm will be olfered for sale in three tracts, viz.: 1st. The Cornelison place of Go acres, more or less, with good log house J... fl.l AIT nfl DON'T FORGET That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city. heatt-bioke- n des-pair- in and all in giass. 2d. The land south of the dirt road leading from the Kingston and Berea turnpike to Potts & Duerson's Mill, containing about 100 acres, more or less, about GO acies of which is in wheat, and the rest in bluegrass. 3d. The homeplacecontainingabont 750 acres; this is mostly in bluegrass. with nhout 125 acres of land already sown in wheat. On this tract is located a modern, handsome brick residence, most conveniently arranged, containing seven rooms, n good cellar, and all necessary including barn, mule shed, corn crib, ice-hous- I also cany a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices stock that are now making them go : Blankets, 10-- for 38c. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. Ladies' Hose, 19c. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. 4, A All-wo- ol ... 100-Yar- e. Stock Items. &c. R. N. Beaseley. the Paint Lick tobacco merchant has opened up the market by buying several crops in that section from 5 to G cents. Corn SI per bushel, wheat 50 cents per bushel and tobacco at 0 cents per pound is prosperity that is very unpleasant to farmers. T. J. Curtis sold to Schwartzchilds & Co for export 32 head of cattle, and X. JJ. Coy 37 head weighing 1600 pounds to same parties, all at 4 cents. Mr. Jas. "W. Smith sold last week to Simon Weil for Nelson Morris 140 head of cattle for 4J cents, to be delivered next month. 140C-poun- d 140-pound p Tho farm will then be offered for sale a whole and will be sold in the manner bringing tho most money This entire farm is one of the most fertile, best located and best" improved as ssv bluegrass farms in Madison county, Kv. Parties wishing to examine this farm can call on agent. The State Bank & Trust Company, of Richmond, Ky., or on me on the premises, and pleasure will be taken in showing the same. TERMS will be liberal, and made known on day of sale. This property will positively bo sold without, reserve or bv-bi- Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Brown Uotton, 6c. per Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. d. Spool Silk, 5c. 12 Yards Lace, 5c. d f)' ,0 y . n ST ; ' u: S V I . ii 1 Always watch for my advertisement, I can save yon money. ' fl V ' ri 2? J. W. HERND0N. s i It is announced that "fewer AmeriCol. John T. Hughes failed to show-u- can divines are visting England this on Monday of last week at the opening of the St Louis fair,' the first summer than has been known for years, many years past." day he has missed in thirty-thre- e though ho was on hand Tuesday and the rest of the week. In that time 000 in cash Col. Hughes has taken-$3premiums at this fair There is a rumor afloat that the Colonel will, in the near future, wed a Western Mit&ouri belle, but this the noted horseman and bachelor denies, with that peculiar ejewink oOWEN bEs Cor. Main and 1st Sts. fl ' iflVllBn&Dfi Richmond, Ky. s - GRAN ARM- - E. Douglas, who has Promptly at seven o'clock the service been in Louisville about six week began before equally as large au au under treatment for his eyes, has re- dience as Had gatheieu in the morning. turned much improved. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Middelton, of Richmond, arrived Saturday to visit the latter's parent". Mr. Middelton returned to Richmond the next day. Shelby News. Mr. Lacy I. MofTett, who was graduated at C. U. last June with honors, was the guest of his brother, Mr. Harry MofTett, last week. He is attending the Presbyterian Seminary at Louisville. Mrs. J. P. McMillan left on Monday for Shelbyville. A lady reared in cultured circles, a christian and a womanly woman, she is an ornameut to any community. May her ways be ways of pleasantness and iier paths be paths of peace. Miss Addie Maupin, the handsome and lovable daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Maupin, is to be married next Wednesday at 3 p, m , at the Baptist church, to Mr. Jas. "Walker Covington, son of Mr. Robert Covmeton, a well known farmer of this county, and nephew of Hon. C. L Searcy. Mr. Lacy L. Bright and bride, nee Miss Blanche Dixon, of Harrodsburg, returned from their bridal trip East, on Saturday afternoon last. Mrs. Bright, who was one of the favdrites of Harrodsburg society, will becordially welcomed by the many friends of her husband in this city where she is not altogether a stranger. Miss Kitty Phelps left for Cincinnati on Saturday to make her future home with her nephew, Mr. A. C. Green. Her departure was sad as we witnessed g of the old home, her henceforth, to her indeed ''The Old Kentucky Home." Here she had passed four score years, her life one long, uneventful one, peaceful save when Death came and removed her dear ones and left her, of all the old folks, utterly alone, save for the loving, tender and faithful care of her nephew. The blessings of our people go with "Annt Kitty" to her new abiding place, where ina3 her la6t days bo her best. leave-takin- THE KVENIXO SERVICES. Thf Blue Grass Bugle, the new negro at Frankfort, started ten days ago, could not wait until the frost came to whitewash the administration, Mc Kinley, Alger and all. We hoped the sheet had aspirations to uplift its race from political serfdom, but nigger-lik- e it licks feet of the men who care only for their votes. The Bugle will cease to blow in six months if not earlier, as it was probably started for campaign purposes. h "Brower's Lexington's cause he Is a Bradley Repulican. It is said Davison was in Frankfort soliciting the Governor to come to the Eighth and make speeches for him. This is unim portant if true, for we will elect Mr. Gilbert by a majority that will range anywhere from 1,600 to 2,000 Harrodsburg Sayings. It is sent out from Frankfort that the Hunter faction will knife Davison be- There was no sermon, the pastor, Mr. Smith, introducing the hymns, as it were, by brief narrativesofiheir origin. "Lead," Kindly Light" was written on a stormy ocean voyage in 1831 by a niin isteroi the English Episcopal Uhurch, and its lines breathe the story of thai trying journey and that trustful life. Next, Nearer My God to Thee." was written by fcarali Johnson and sung by her on her death bed. bursting- like a perfect lily between her pallid hps.hor dying utterance being eclioed in mat undying song. The choir was composed of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Logan, Mits Mary Logan and Mr. Wm. Thomas. Mis. Harry B. Hanger and Mr. J. V. Logan also rendered beautiful solos to accompaniment by Mrs. Waiker. Mr. Smith's prayerwas a dedication of tho organ to the service of God and Him only, to mellow and uplift the voices and hearts of the people, to peal forth the wedding march, and to chant the requiem of tho dead. After the services were concluded, the instrument resounded again in sweetest tones, as if to join in the common rejoicing over its many-throate- d crop report, issued Saturday, states the estimate average vield ol the corn three-quarter- s of a crop for this j ear is 32 bushels per acre, Within The Electropoise does not, however, mile of Owensboro, Ky. against 23 last year. The tobacco crop is reported housed, with a yield of 740 Evoi'3r inch of it is as rich as confine its cures along any particular pounds for burlev and 805 pounds per line. It cures by removing the cause, acre for dark tobacco district's. The pike iu the county; the land causing the system to absorb Oxygen, pasture condition is 102 per cent. .lies on the best purifying tho blood, and building up cream. is rolling to level; 90 acres the system. Cider Lloyd at La Grange. Dear Sirs: The goitre has entirely Elder W. R. Lloyd, of this city, has are in grass; excellent water well, cistern and spring. disappeared from Mrs. "Wilson's neck, been down in Oldham county at work for the Master, and we bee in the Buildings: An elegant two and she is the proudest and most grateNew Era that the able divine and a half story new brick of ful woman in the world. The Electro-- . has been doing excellent work. Mr. Lloyd is about as skillful aud fearless 10 rooms, the finest farm res- poise has accomplished what the phy- a spiritual surgeon as we ever met. and idence in the countv; immense Kicians aim ineuicmes cuuiu nuu mure the wav he sinks the scalpel into the than seven years ago she was told that sores of sinful souls is a caution, bnt he barns; 3 tenement houses, ha3 no pleasure in this work ?ave that one of which is a good frame she could never be cured. The Elecderived from a consciousness of a pain- of 5 rooms and complete set tropoise contradicted the opinion of ful duty performed. The New Era says. learned doctors, haa removed the which really swelling, and she is entirely well. When William Ross Lloyd puts his of buildings paddle inlo a subject and goe3 to stir- makes it a separate farm. We I have under my observation an ' ring he uoes to the bottom. While his fruitful in will sell this place at an un- other case of goitre that is being rapidly meeting here has not been additions, his sermons have done the usually low figure $14,000. cured. It is my only doctor, and I use town a power of good aud set the Terms, one-hacash, balance it in my family for all ailments. thoughtful to thinking. Tho congregaMrs Sax Walkek, two. three, four and tion of the Christian church is quite in one, Wife of United States Commissioner, large enough, and time spent in work- five years. Send for our list ing the present membership up to the Wvtheville, Va., Julv 9, 1S!3. by Elder of farm for sale. standard of excellence set Dubois & webb, Lloyd will not be time lost by Elder WILLIAMS & LITTLE, ' Gamboe 513 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ivy. 2U1, 3d St., Owensboro, Ky. hept"-tiIt will bo many a day before we have the New testament scripture expounded as has been doiiehy this learned gentleman, and his coming will be e well remembered, by all, and his going o regretted by many. His audiences have beeu largo, attesting the earnestness of the people who are Christians because So.V e -it is right to be a Christian." e of his. Tiie Slate Agricultural Comiuiss-nn-ers- ' OF 160 ACRES, It ectropoise. vnicn satisrv ;; w : tonemUS;CAi Mr. . -- H9 .TUifilJikK. the One make of Piano may have one, another two, another thre . . ot tnese properties. o V ,,JS?gr'?5S-rv- y e T QU1lLITY9 RESMiUIE9 . pt X-. e- - o JfariSa -, fc- -- T .1 Ft J Wv&m&'-- ' w"Frf'S,.T--(S- - it ' J 1 a irll 3 M i 1 W"&j2?3Se'-f- f 5 Has them all in harmonious comfcjna'icn. in mxt all cities yours, write us. XjiS Estifclishzd 25 years. Acs FP If nene ' Ft Wayne Organ Goop aag3-fi- Ft ETayno, Inc' ?... . . .. Cci lf o.:.aOw - ON WITH YOUR - - ADS. - - N0W IS THE TIME. .' .."-- ' ' m. 09oaeocc98C8e9eeaeeaaeaociaas89a) Bazar and Supper. ) eeBaa) Everybody OdlllltlliliCtMtllllttdlllOlV' eajcasaGcesaeseseaeeeeosesaoco &'a : Knos 5 Hir- - . k Busiest Store." Exquisite Hobson raised the Maria Teresa after all the beaureaucrats of the Navy said he could not do it We exhorthim to square himself by disclaiming all credit and declaring that he floated the ship entirely on plans issued by Sampson in a circular letter last spring. per is Republican in politics, devoted to the elevation of horse thieves and morals. Pantagraph. Impossible talk unless it changes fail Draperies, .? T are in receipt of the F.den Tomahawk, published at Inez, Ky. The paWe We are now showing some beautiful creations in high art dra- itn politics. peries, ditect from the world-fame- d Between drunken chaplains in designers. Exclusive patstyles, the Navy and horse doctors in the Army terns, new colors, latest the apologists of Alger and the white lowest prices. wash committee will have trouble to t 5 00 pr convince the publi that this was a glorORIENTAL CUBTAIN 7 80 pr 8IIX FACED CUBTAINS ious war of file Republican party. S- SATIN BUSSE CUBTAINS MANTLE LAMBRIQUINS 10 00 pr 1 T5 ea RELIGIOUS. The Ladies of the Baptist Church are desirous of having it well understood and firmly borne in mind that their magnificent liazar and sumptuous Supper will occur as herein before mentioned on December S. Furthermore, we will add on our own responsibility, that this affair will be such a rare opportunity to secure bargains and a good supper, that prospective patrons can from this day forward eat nothing and buy less until the opening of the great triumph. Baptist Bazaar. Then they can break their fast ou toothsome delicies and inRichmond People at The Colorado vest their money in rare bargains to Springs Fire. their hearts' content. Remember the Capt. Chas. E. Smith informs the Cli- occasion and go hither, invest, and help wife and daughter, Miss max that his a worthy cause. Amy Smith, had a thrilling experience r- besides, losing all their ellects, at the Valley View Supplement. great fire which destroyed so much property recently at Colorado Springs. Our supplement. Illustrated Valley The ladies had rooms at a hotel opposite View, speaks for itself. It also shows one of the burning buildings and the heat was so intense that to save the for- what a wide awake correspondent the mer structure it was drenched with wa- Climax possesses in Mr J. L. Sowers, ter and also badly damaged by fire, ruin- to whom all credit is due. If there is ing its contents. In the midst of the any credit clue us it is for our conflagration Mrs- Smith and Miss with Mr. Sowers publishing the adAmy jumped into a carriage and drove four miles in the country, not having vantages and wonderful achievements liau time to provide against the incle- of this hustling little city on the Kenment weather the ladies suffered from Madithe journey, particularly UMiss Amy, tucky, of which every citizen of who may have lost all tho advantage son should be proud. gained to her health by her long bo- Judgment. Something the average journ in the west, une lire destroyed property valued at millions of dollars. man uses to a better advantage in se lecting a cigar than in selectiug a wife. 7-- e a a a a a 8 a CO-t)0- .. 1 SEE $S OUR FLYERS! ' JlillilfS-S---- - " k The wonderfully winning premier fashions of the season. Not Baltimore an d Ohio IBUT if Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish Freiss Ulsters. $C vv Afi Biggerstaff - Men's Superb Fancy Cassimere Suits, Hen's Exclusive Model Ulsters, - - $7 wW CA Men's-Super- b Men's Snits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, (MA fin Fashion and Finish Ulsters and iblU.UL Covert Overcoat, Men's Suits and Covert Ulsters, Overcoats and Passed Pcrlecl Examination. The general Christian missionary A handsome line of BATTENBERG convention of the Disciples of Christ is in session in Chattanooga, Tenn. CURTAINS, from $7.50 to $27.50 per now Disciples of Christ in the United The pair. Sates number 1,057.07!) and they constitute one of our strongest denominations. Mr. M. "W. Sowards, our postal clerk on the R. N. I & B, railroad, passed a To Mrs. Juo. B. Embry. whose cards of invitation were sent out to over 200 of our representative people, is due one Graves-Clam- :. Miss Sarah Eliza of the most charming as well as one of With thoughts turned toward refurnstock invites beth Graves, niece of Hon. W. T. the most artistically finished enterishing, the wall-papThe keynote is JTe'W Tevis, of this city, and daughter of tainments that has been given in your attention. Q04f. The great space is full of new Jacob Graves, the wealthiest man in Nicholasville. In compliment to her idens. Yon find your decoration Fayette county, was united in marriage niece, Miss Nanette Camilla Heath, of schame and supply all its requirements last Wednesday to Mr. Russell Clark, Richmond, whose studies in histrionic at one, visit. It is much easier to plan, of Knoxville, Tenn. The bride to be art have been watched with great inmatch and study here among the goods is a very intellectual young lady, and is terest by her friends and whose success remembered here as the guest on sever- before this has been most highly comthan at home. al occasions of Miss Sallie Tevis-Visit the Department plimented by the press, the evening Gextuv-BboaiidAt the residence was planned and most thoroughly en Special lor This Week. ol the bride, near Union Thursday last, joyed by the favored guests, Miss Mr. Jacob Gentry, and Miss Alma S. A Carnation Broaddus were united In the holy Heath's personil beauty, easy grace bunds of wedlock by Elder James and melodious voice have been but ennothing but the fraHarding. The bride is a hanced by her studies. Her versatility W. 15e daughter of Mr. A. J. Broad-da- s is great and the transition from tragedy grance lacking and is as handsome as she is accomOur Special Red and plished. The bridegroom is a promis- to pathetic, tender dialect, was most made. ing young farmer and is in every way easilyCyutbia" "The Doom of Claudius Yellow Briar Brush elicited most thrilling worthy of the jewel he has won. The and h to W&per er lm MARRIED vice is called up, without notice, to stand a very rigid examination, in which both speed and accuracy are qualifications. An average of in) is un usual and a mark of 100 is verv rare. Mr. Soward's work was highly complimented. Woodford Sun. The letter writing public ought to be interested in such a record, for it evidences the safety, accurracy, and .promptness with which our mail is treated when it passes through Mr. Soward's hands. Lost at Sea. or Ohio. Citv ofToledo, ss Luoa's County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he remarkable examination before the Chief Clerk of the Railway Mail Ser is the senior partner of the firm of F. J vice at Louisville last week, receiving Cheney & Co., doing business in the a mark of 100. Every few mouths City of Toledo, County and State afore; every postal clerk in the railway ser said, and that said firm will pay the Bum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ovevery case of Catarrh that cannot be curea by the use of State QIO Afi J-jMWO Hall's Catakkii Cuke. Sworn to before me " ) $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. (p $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. - MEN'S SUITS $5.00, ( Young Men's Suits File us. Pattern, for testimonials, free. F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Frederick W. Lock wood and daugh by Druggists 75c. ter', of New York, father and sister of Hall's Family Pills are the best. Mrs. Will Reid, of Mt. Sterling, sister of oct5-lAirs. D. M. Chenault, of this city, are supposed to have perished at sea in the Mohegan off the coast of England last TO OUR SUBSCBIBEfiSHMPORTANT. week. JUr. .Lockwoou had crossed tiie ocean 55 times Ho was a memtier of The Quaker Valley Mfg. Co. of Chicago ha the Standard Oil Company, and was its requested us to announce that they Haie sever- e general inspector. al thousand sets of tho Qneat coin O-S- ill my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1SSG. . .. ,, A. W. GleaSon, SEAL 1 Xolary Public. r '' Hall'b Catarrh Cure is Liken internally and ads directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send Faakk J. Cheney. and subscribed $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS MEN'S PANTS, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. MEN'S HATS, ' $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. MEN'S SHOES, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. MEN'S OVERCOATS, $5.00, S6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12.00. silver-plate- d 1 it roses Four the natural Scotch , 30-ine- Pattern, as perfect as h Cumax extends congratulations. Awarded applause, while the little "requested" Highest Honors World's Fair, number, "The message," with piano accompanment, was exquisitely rendered. Jessamine Journal. 20e DEATHS Beeves. At his home on Laurel street, Thursday evening. Leslie Reeves years. of consumption, aged twenty-on- e After funeral sesvicee by Rev. Herbert, Friday, his remains were interred in the Cemetery. Dykes. Luther Dykes, aged 74, died of paralysis, mile from BooBeeborro,o& the Clark side, on Friday test. He , w.M the ktber ef Meseero J.DA J. Ingrains at"10c, with match ceiling at 20c 2d prize at 50c, match molding at 5c a foot. BIRTHS. Covixarrox. On Sunday, Oct 10, to the wife of Mr. R. O. H. Covington, a 11 pound boy, Robert Harris. The parents are the happiest ou earth over the arrival of this little felloWj and we wish him a long life of health and happiness. A CREAM CF.Brower&Co M OUtiX, AND BROADWAY, ttsrt Lave S4ry. - LlXOWTOM, swJJal il !l Ky; nitdRickard.DykeB , aad Mrs. Tboe. StafThegirl said to her despondent lover, ford, of Inverses, Fla. Deceased leaves "Pi He sat?! He did not undeistand, so to and. ordered a ajjrife, who was a Miss Mildred Kiteh- - be wsatm: Cooney Neff1a ., ...-i i. iGWl M flUB tr JBOb OIHU IU WUri. UJ' (.1118 at Winchester, winter. That was what waraasd 'the Uf.l Barial'M 8wm BAKING POWDfR -- War Memorial Spoons lett over from their recent distribution. They will mail, postpaid, a full set of six of these spoors to every subscriber to the CLIMAX, who will send name and address a postal card trill do If, on receipt of tho spoons, you find them the most exquisitely beautiful specimens of the silversmith's art you ever saw, and worth S3.0O. remit 78 cents, as payment in full, within 30 days; it Each not pleased, return spoonsimmedlalely. spoon is of a different design showing soldiers in camp' in Cuba, coffee size Monro ipastle and four U. S. Battleships. They are imperishable mementoes of the late war, Dd every subscriber should accept this most remarkable offer, and obtain a set before it is too late All that's necessary is to say you'ma subscriber to the CLIMAX (this is important) and that you except Memorial Spoon Offer. QUAKER VALLEYMFG. CO.,' 357 "West Harrison St., Chicago, after-dinner MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25. FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Comb- WW inations and Iron something new. iJ BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &e. ' SIDEBOARDS Any st-l- e desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahogan'. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at 'Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted by hand See Them. VVi CHAMBER SUITS In Mahoganj, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. We are too busy to give a fall list of our immense stock, bat assure you that anything you may need yoa can find at our new quarters. if Sf & Oldham. if if if kilatwe Im to Stow if it k BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50c. Everything in cour store, is fresh and ' vthe 3 goods neno oldprice and everything at m letelilii JJ3Z "can1 lowest " pH Jpsje IsBgfeft. DAT TELEPHONB 78. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. i -- thatxuish . them for. buy &?3 aug31-tr- u Jiiiij jve Sow, ud Jig.- - HOT-tENG- y pis-cam- 2( . WJhm Utiiurtm Witk Ii tfe City Make Tiir - " L' $fr ., l- Iier T.-Q- iMfi at 9r , fere Girarek ai flirt's heart aed they are as Mrds ia tk qpris " , A small spotted sow with one MOST PERFECT-- MADE. ' to my place about. October!, ana A pure Grape Cream.oftTartar Powjder..; ft sittee Been curea jor yy me, happy frsm Ammonia, Alum or any othtr idummUt, cur. nave same by callinK 40 THE iTAWOAftft. -- -- ; -- -. Ai 'jv v fr ClattitfrTtefiriliiir. tie Stem Ik fattar. ik a - : S BIGGERSTAFF - OLDHAM 3 r &&4tt&fe&&MHt jg C . AM, j ',JH ., if AssSi 1G??V VALLEY VIEW. THE LEADERS, E. B. SCRIVENER & Co., DEALERS GENERAL MERCHANDISE, PERKINS, KY. IN The Southern Lumber Co. ITS IMMENSE PLANT AND YARDS, BRIDGES AND TRAMWAYS. Thev Cut and Branded in the Mountains Last Winter Thousand Logs. BOOMS, Forty-Fiv- e I HAVE QUITE A NUMBER OP :f 7ljK7f717Brf7ff1!KZJrr5???75fRl a a Vfrfctt7Z&tt$M?i b7 s &7 Mi M fl Vfl 7 NtJl eAi!o( Its Wonderful Growth and the Many-Advantage- s it Offers to Business Enterprises, Manufacturing Establishments, Kiec li essences and Attractive Cottages. A Young Town Full of Pride and Energy a 9 Thai May Some Day Grow to Vast Dimensions. Z ITS PEOPLE AID THEIR RESOURCES. 2 3 v 2 VP K This is to inform my friends and ed away during the high water prosperous patrons that I am now connected with THE town of Valley in the river in 1830. the SOUTHERN LUMBER CO., to The first steam saw-miView is situated on the Kenlook especialh after the wants of those tucky river, 14 miles west of erected near here, was across Richmond, and eleven miles the river in Jessamine county, in need of building lumber, either in east from Nicholasville, and about a half mile down the MV large or small lots, and will take pleasis accessible by turnpike, dirt river from the present town. saw-miowned and ing disconnected near midure to make estimates on Lumber at the office. roads and by rail, bsing loca- It was built in 1S14, by Allen stream, with pulleysand ropes operated b3 the Southern The manager'soffice is ted qji the line of the Rich- A. Miller, and was successfulthe 3ard or delivered b3 rail or wagon. i i. to close same to pre- - ted near the mill, and is sup-veLumber Company at this place mond, Nicholasville, Irvine ly operated until destroyed bj' J- Call and see me before biying elseis one of the largest and best logs from passing plied with nice office fixtures, and Beatty ville Railroad. The fire last spring. The first lot BLACKSMITH. on the Ken- through, or to open and let where if on business 3ou will where. equiped .mv inhabitants number about live of timber bought b Mr. Mil' tucky river. The mill was drift on down stream if neces-sai- be cordially received 03 the hundred, being a moral and ler, was purchased from John THE BEST manager and his assistants. people, and thrifty Prather, who then lived in J. H. Burgess, who conducts a erected in 1891, and is a three-stoiyf" blacksmith shop and During a rise in the river modern band mill, with Estill county, near Station first-clas- s as the are generous. ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT. when logs are coming down a P. S. All prices are made on The town has three general Camp, and he told Mr. Miller wagon making establishment, new and improved machine Electricity lights up the of and who has been from the with a daiby capacity for cut- crew of men are kept on these cash basis and for stores, two large steam band that he was afraid the venture fice and millb3 night. vj prompt acceptance. three blacksmith would fail as logs were jjrettinjr first identified with the up- ting two hundred and fifty booms da3 and night, catchare scattered $K building of Valle3 View, is one logs, aggregating an annual ing logs and storing them in shops, one hotel, one church scarce. Fiftv logs are lloated throughout the lumber j'ard HOUSE MJ house, (Presbyterian) and one down now where only one was of our progressive and enter- output of thirty million feetof the proper place. which illuminethe dark alle3s prising citizens. Mr. Burgess lumber, mosthy cut from pop- A TRIP THROUGH THE MILL. public school building: also run in the Ion"' aro. Wl between the ricks of lumber ' AVe will enter the mill on the trM." After the advent of the rail- is a native of Clark county and lar logs. express and telegraph office, g coveringacres of ground. The The Company ships annual- ground floor in the boiler . S NK postoffice. passe: nger and road in 1S33, enterprising peo- is a type of physical strength rSJVSvV NEW BUILDINGS. as are most blacksmiths. The ly on an average from eight room where three huge boilers plant is owned l3 the S ple located here, houses were freight depots. who also owns a TeleK erected, store- quanity and qua'ity of work hundred to a thousand car are located. Here can be seen phone S3stem connecting the The town is not a dozen built, BEST ACCOMMODATIONS years old, but the amount of rooms opened, and a business done at his place of business loads of lumber to different two men kept bus feeding office with four points on the frivpn MVmVMV the furnace fires under the business done here annually, commenced which startled the competes with aii3 pound else- sections of the county. river, store, depot and the QPECIAL attention W H 1 The pa3roll of this firm boilers that furnish steam for Transcient Patronage. Pl the greater part of which natives and aroused them from where. Mr. Burgess conmanager's residence. MVMVMjMVNaN the engines in the next room amount passes through hands a state of lethargy into which ducts the 011I3 blacksmith and amounts to about twenty-siMEN WHOSE SERMCES ARE wagon making establishment hundred dollars a month, or which we will now enter, of people who live and labor, they had drifted. EdIPHoteL Situated Near M)MVMMlM ALMOST INDISPENSABLE thousand dol- where we will see two massive this place and has a large over thirty-onThis place has grown f at or ply their vocation here, the Depot. jg3 TO THE COMPANY. of patrons lars a 3ear. twin engines built expressh 11II3 during the past eight and growing list approximate half a million dolIt is not often that an enter- FRED. BURTON, Proprietor, 7? 7f 75 7s 3 1 7fS JKfe years and where once inaction who are ahvaj's pleased with The3 have in connection for this mill at work. lars. Here we look upou two prise can find men who will The town is beautifully lo- reigned can now be heard the work done at this popular with their plant forty tenement Valley View, Ky. 7k workshop. Look up his notice houses, ten thousand feet of throbbing engines that in obe- take as great interest in the Tax 7fR ylx sk W 7 I 7W S 7n w cated, being situated in a love- bus hum of industry. in this issue calling attention tramway running through dience to human will, and for welfare of the Compaii3r that ma- KENTUCKY IUVER NAVIGATION. ly valle, surrounded by their lumber 3'ards, and two the satisfaction of human de- - emplo3s them as does the men jestic hills, clothed in smiling Locks and dams are being to his business. , verdure during summer daj-s- put in the Kentucky river and and bathed in rose and orange alreadj slack-wate- r extends streaks when autumn sun and up to within a few miles of October winds invade their this place, and the near future ieafy sea. will see steamboats plying befr I may, in describing the sur- tween this and other points CHASE, . become along the river. roundings of this place enthusiastic and carry the JAMES L. SOWERS. reader through the labj'rinth . I have lust onened one of the larirest and most complete m ., of nature's beauty to the top seen in this town. M3 stock con- of the majestic mountains, American The subject of this sketch Tailors. where we can look down upon is well known to our readers e the enchanting panorama of as the Valle3 View the surrounding landscape, correspondent of the Climax, hills in which capacity lie has with goldenvcloud-cappeeverthickly studded with and efficiently served jqlW5P which serve as a back- this paper since 188S. Outgreens, ground that cast a sombre side of his regular weekby letAnd Cohbect sunset over the busy ters, Mr. Sowers has contrib shade at litrl town and ulaeid river uted a number of valuable And eATeiything usually kept in a house. I desire that silently Hows between the communications, which have to meet all m3 former friends and customers who in the past 0 2, No extend alwa3s been prepared with the fertile valleys that faA'ored me Avith their valued patronage. back to the folds of the silent "Tea test care and correctness. Call and inspect my large line WINTER BOOTS and hills. His value and reputation in SHOES. Having bought low can undersell any competitor. PAID IN The magnificent spectacle of this capacity is not local but VwiV hills widespread. sunset when theudjacent He represents Advance. and lowlands are lung the Louisville Post, St. Louis tints, splendid Dispatch, Cincinnati Post, with mellow and inspect U13 line CALLsamples. is the largest ever brought to town. No trouble to show The i,i i rht i srlry 'is tne shad- Cinciiriati Times-Sta- r, goods. sHighest price paid for couner3' produce. 'd f dawav Commercial Tribune and other ow hn trouble to show them. in the deepening gloom, is a leading daity papers, which, scenewhich leaves our enrap- besides the regular news hapMa tured minds full of imagina- penings, he has furnished with Valley VieAv, K3'. tions of things not made with short stories which have al- NEWBY, KY. THE LEADING MERCHANT. hands,of joys too ravishing for waj's Deen given prominence LEIGH R. GORDON, M. D. comparison which no pen can in those naners. To him the bridges which span Tates sire,-- exerts a power sufficient who work for this firm. The3 describe nor brush portray. Creek, one being a tramwaj to propel all the machinery it have men Avith them Avho have credit is due for this illustraman wlio named ted Valley Vie vr edition of the Leigh R. Gordon, the prom- bridge over which trucks takes to convert logs into been with them almost ever Whether the lothis place viewed the sur- Climax. He prepared all the inent 3roung ph3Tsician who loaded Avith lumber pass lumber. It is one of the neat- since the3r established the jT1lOJUL as the sun emerged matter and in such a wa3 that cated here about six months from mill to 3ards, the other est engine rooms that Ave ever plant here. Men avIio speak roundings ago, is meeting with marked being a bridge for wagons and beheld. or from the eastern horizon, in highest terms of the manQ - VWWWWVWWWWWWWWWWWWWVWVWWWWWWWvvw 1' sucqess in his chosen profes- used by them, and also grant when it had reached the zenith "We ascend a flight of steps agement for its fair dealing sion. Dr. Gordon is a native to the general public the privYOU visit my of his brightness, or after he leading from the engine room and courteous treatment of Clark county Kentucky. ilege of traveling over same. notice the had traversed his course showed them. and there our gaze rest on a He attended Central Univer-sit- v and he through the heavens Messrs. A. F. Bryson, W. FOUR MILES OF BOOMS. . multiplicity of buzzing saws, at Richmond, after which ... 9 . looked upon an expiring sunL. Ledforcl, C. B. Dunn and he entered Louisville Medical These log booms were built whizing wheels and bus3 Vs lIllKMlMMtmiOaMMKIIIKItMatMKl'Iti set, he surely was possessed College, Louisville, Ky :, where shortly after the mill was, and Hands at work. Here we see T. B. Spurlock, each under he graduated with high honors, of a mind rich with the sentistands his business around a ;fv.. Marked on the Goods. and if he does not succeed in extends up the river 4 miles, the login the rough hau led from in nature and ment expressed and it Avould be hard town the most complete stock of any place-ihis calling it will be no fault having a storage capacity for tne river da' means 01 a pow for the management to find endowed with the fancy of a We Buy in Quantities CARRIES department crowded Avith Bargains; " ,! ' erful wheel and chain, then Elsewhere in this edi- fifty thousand logs. of his. poet, as he did not give to the men that could take their rewill find his profestion And Pay in Cash, transferred to the carriage HOW BOOMS ARE CONbeauty he looked upon a missional card. where it is brought in contact spective places and be of the STRUCTED. Thereb3r discounting ail bills nomer when he named this Probably the average reader with a saw that runs over two same service to it. R. F. SPEWS. and giATe the customer the Calicos place, "Valley View." 3 cents per yawl BOOK KEEPER. does not understand how log wheels one above and one 4i cents per yard. benefit of the per cent, that Standard Prints THIS PLACE AS IT WAS IN THE is the well The subject of this sketch "W. E. Chase, . . . '. .5 tents. booms are constructed and below the wheels being 12 would otherwise go to the AAA Cotton, yard wide LONG AGO. known merchant, U. F. Spears, doinjr a 1 . 34 in Wool Dress Goods . . . ' merchandise enormous cost attached feet in diameter hence the for the Southern Lumber Co., manufacturers. business at the ueneral Our line of one dwelling, For name band saAV, as they work isa native of NeAv Hampshire; Janes 12J. 15 and 25 cents per yard; Childrens AVool Hose 5 cents per pai He has been in business thereto. Spears, Ky. A short description the old Strother Million house GOODS, ot pins 5 cents; Five spools good thread 10 cents; Pair of Towels 10 cents; at that place for ft number of years, of how gTBOOTS SHOES AND HATS.Tfcl'rr Sweaters 90 cents. the' are built will not 6ni the principle of a band on a more kind and f riendty gen- &DRY which stands near the river success in his line. ENOTIONS,, not to be found than be a living tes- and has made quite aone of the largest be out of place in these col- twd"pulle3Ts " Shoes, S1.25; A complete line of S1.50 warranted Shoe tleman is Men's Heavy Work Tins house carries was the only habitation at this this issue will SHOES, Ladies Shoes. 75 cents; Children Shoes, 25 cents; Mens' Hats. latest styles 50cts timonial to his true worth in and best selected stocks of general nier umns. After it passes this saw it Mr. Chase. He has been with place. It was at this house in CAPS, &c, toS1.75;Boys Hats 25cts to "5 cts; IJoys Caps 15 cts; Children's Union Suits 25c. chandise to be found, and Mens' AVool Undershirts 75 cents; A complete line of the journalistic field, and as are as low as the lowest. their priees In the first place, logs of is transferred to a smaller cir the Southern Lumber Co. for the long ago that many a tired Heavy Underwear 25 rents. and TINWARE. Is as complete as can befound Ladies,'Scoop, 75c; Coal Hods, 23c; SSTHARDAVAltE qt Cover Bucket, 10c; f several 3Tears. Success toAou. Bucket 5t; 6 Grain We take pleasure in calling the at extra .length are procured, cular saw termed the edger, riverman found lodging and an enterprising citizen. in any store. Sowers, SceiJts; ial. cupCover Bucket 15; 5 pintenps for5 cents; 1 View,! arreste rest from the weary pulling of Success to3Tou, Mr. not be tention of the people of Valley always holes are bored through them where it is trimmed or ripped, A Kansas young man lias been sueh at lowest prices; Queeus ware vUla ware. " Scents. All kinds of jJSgnGroceries are never can kissing his sweetheart in lo this houso where they near each end, after which after which it goes to the ed for boisterous, felonIou3, and unseem- a and Sauces, 20 cents per set; Glasses, 15 cents per set. oars on heavy rafts of timber and may the future "loud to get musty, because Cups GROCEKIES. Pink Sajmon', 10 cents per can; and the largest find soda 5 cents? i when 3'our name will stock a towarm welcome at prices that the3r are placed endways and "cut-of- f saAv" where the ends ly manner" hb to frighten a livery team that came from the mountains distant 5 cents; 2 packages' Oat select sack Table Salt, oc; 2 ppundsffood ho was driving, causing n runaway and the PRICES CATCH THE of some meets any and from, be placed at the head all competition. The firmly held together b3r means aredutoff, where it drops on adamauert buggy, saya an exchange. EYE, and they go Like Hot meal 15c; gallon best Syrup, 23e; Staple at prices that competition cannot unof Kentucky, AVe to reshould table a finished Such osculationcourts. be severely who Cakes. SSFTSighest Market dersell.5.00 orstill continue withgive ft Beautfful Picture awl Frasae Free great paper. like the Climax! quality of his goods, together with of a large chain. us. 510.00 spent j Strother Million built the " Any man buked by the sells ' A. D. M. honest, quality, that he heap. cheap ' Xn thid manner thejr extend product, l;eady to be loaded on canuot perform this function in a quiet, Prices Paid for Country Pro Beepecffullv Submittel to the Cash Trade. store-hous- e and sold first IJead him to sell a causes and legitimate 0. W. SANDERS, to the orderly be muzzled or manner should duce. IT TLJf A TPVTSiTf his advertisement in another column down the river, running ang- trucks and transferred joods here years ago. removed from either two lines which look so solemn ' Thee BaldATin, Ky. " to the opposite bank, be-- 3ards. ling swlety. JEt and profit by it. to flU out this column, wash Were pnl here The old building was ll ll -' loca-attached The history of thistownand vicinity would be incomplete without reference to tie firm of E. B.Scrivener& Co., doing a geueral merchandise business at the stand formerty occupied b3 J. W. Masters & Co. The3 conduct business on the principle of modern methods, moving in large quantities and competing with city merchants in regard to prices. The members composing the firm are E. B. Scrivener and J. "W. Prather, the latter being a prominent Richmond citizen and identified with her material progress. Misses Lucy and Mna Piather are two attractive and efficient salesladies that assist in attending to the wants of the mam patrous who visit the well kept establishment in search of bargains. The Misses Prather are adepts in the arranging of fancy and latest styles in ladies hats, of which the3 have on sale a complete line. You will find a bright-displaof millineiy at bargain prices. The new firm is meeting with great success, and are deserving of the large patronage the3 receive. In another column will be found their advertisement. Read it. t-- NICE Building SbS Niix x i fty 7Z?7ZVZ71z&fc The Pride of Valley View. Lots! Sfll Nza' ?l Ml 7:7 MV 'TTSfS mWiiyKySvliiijTiSji M mv Mirvs Tr r-T- ForSale! LOCATED NEAR THE DEPOT. T T IlfNK their value will be 1 ery much increased when navigation reaches us, which will be veiy soon, judging from the speed U1P3 are now making with the lock and dams on Kentucl'3 river. B113 now and make mone3. steam-boa- t 1 I 3 1TT1 MY nrnni ilK 1 ,.-..-' iV 00 o rt 7- -i Valley View, October, 1S0S. BURGESS. nt saw-mil- ls W$w trail F PUS - IlllL jk, IUIi (!) y. law-abidin- g w Incan-descen- ts saw-mill- s, nn4 4JL.jrS R1 IN TOWN! I c !Pal Ndl ft-,- &MM rmrfi aJ&&J ' Ml Com-paii- 3, , I fitoiSoSXOVOeCl fTinSrvfWi-iit2g saw-mil- ls y x e won-der- fFrSSI ,lRl!Ri fv"e ?i!igBwggwAWft NEw-L0- PPi2fS? dti V first-clas- s Tailoring! fI ISg f m GOODS. Gs VX m wide-awak- d faith-full3- T JrnahkyH Fit Guaranteed Trade. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots & Shoes, Hats and Caps, HEY Vr over-sprea- d S33fflSs i 1 1 SS-N- o W. d3MAffi9 .A I IE' HUD Ll Li IIoULIl U aoeoaooeeese w Q WHEN LOW PRICES St Bargain Hous.E,..jfir! M.9m saAV-mil- l, Valley View, Kentucky. -- U BE Y COJBS AHD N(0)1IM& " " book-keep- er ' ...... s Two-pape- r TS, E-HA- AA'inter-Lnderwea- r; S-- qt qnart-cup'fu- r - enamel-war- ed -- - 5-l- Wash-soa- p 1 "wKK--Eac- the-rec.eiv- h j - - - T) Ja SfckJyPiBJLV -- ,m -- A -- tSi6S6c4 i.-itef- :'f i, G. W.HUTCHISON. MANAGER THE BARKER CEDAR COMPANY. t J. S. STAPP. CARD OF THANKS. .Mr. Slapp is a gentleman any community would bo proiiil to have hiinhi their midst. Good naturcd having a kindly greeting for nil liom e mi e ., reason given for his Hiccet-- in life. Mr. Slapp in a etever Uepubliian, and was nppninlel eight yoais ago by Judg-- Clieiinnlt In fill out t lie unexpired term of. I. M Iopg, fur Million digttii-t- , who to nccept a government position. well mid ably did Mr St.ipp pffiinn llio duties hi Miigiverntc lliat lii- fiiciub elected Iii it i at llie xpiratinii if l.i- - appointment fur a term f fniir . wliieli olli'-lie ably filled, lie eon ducted the firt stoic at Ken by. Unit was ever enried on at tbai place, and it was tbrougb bis inllueuce that New by ptiMolHee was Cbtahlis-ed- . Iiinif-elbeing the first postmaster. A few year ago be so!d out entiie general merchandise establishment to Ueritliimm it Jenkins who have since done a thriving business Mr Stapp recently returned to this place ami h.is cmhatkod In' biiMiires. lie has just completed a storeroom ami l he largest display of general merchaudii-cer brought to thiss.e tion. His stock is complete in ccr detail. Wc rommeud him to the people as a gentleman desei ing of tlnir patronage, lie tel's, tiio people about his business in another lolumn of this piper. I s Mayi-.ler.it- e d o - u'-irs- e Micci-htfull- l.i-- , To those who have contributed in many ways to mako the wiitetip of our ton n a completo suicess, I desire to extend my bincero thanks for favors granted. Without their valuable aid my feeble etlorts would have Lion fruitless. It indeed bhows a tpirit of business enterprise on the part of those w ho have so generously Our adveniooro aie men of unq business ability, audaredosei of ptroii.ige second 10 none. ltbiuely - not the fault of the undersigned, if any f.iikd to prove to the .iople that they are located heic no for the puipos-of helping our town, but are after ihe ti;ule.,f people w hum they wouhl not ii.tliieclly UclnXt, when called upuu lu do so. Again ihiiiikiiig iiiou who aided nie and feeling indebted to I hem in a manner which 1 cm iieer lepay. lam J. L. toWTits, d v-ii- er column setting forth an array of facts as a proof of his sincerity along that line. THE One ol Their BARKER CEDAR CO. LUM 13 mcvi BARKER tffc. Establishments Located Here. TheBirkerUedivr Company, of Chicago, III., ow'iis nip! oier.itB three lare ltimnor uiaiiufuutiiriii plants, one ;:n I one i'.t at East Jonl in, T.ueifee Ciiv, .Michigan Thcv nlt-own ami ojx-iatthe b.iv.inill at this i, c Vuliey View. Ky. .'U3PICI0UJ. ALBERT DOZIER. The subject of this sketch was born in Estill county, six miles west of Irvine on the wateis of Drowning Creek, thirtv-scve- n la-n- op-n- e c Mis. llyiix-Ji- iu the t auk, wui iIuvmi Deacon JJrown'o years ago. When eight years old lm ro.d,od,Cabhieroi parents moved to this (Madto i.ay an buiignt ison) county where he has ! place formerly owned and upci.-.tci-l hy M F. Wharton. They h.vnn operations here lat fall ctilii ing ahout eighty men. At pit'M..t tiny have about a ha.f mile of b huh, urnl as they expect to ' receive a lar;re supply nf Io?-- ! the eon 1114 winter, they will extend their hnuii J my terently suliU'ient to hold thrill piuchastd several tlionm acres of ' timlter land on the headwaters of Ken tncky river, ami ;i luro face of men is engaged in injr for them this season, preparatory tnlhatin thein down the coming winter. They liny ctetisiely of outside parties, poplar to lie fl ated Ose. They iii!i(l: p ij.lar and handwood lumber in large iiia;iities. 1 1 CEDAR CO w HAMILTON RIDDELL SMITH. AGENT AND OPERATOR. E CORDIALLY INVITE PARTIES WHO DESIRE to purchase A LUMBER BARKER VALLEY VIEW, KEXT( 7S nls-- 1 the many business men of this town, A write up of g To call and examine our stock before THE M1I,L AVDOFHCi:. la.--t mil lot jSO. Fanner Jiaynx - Ittu 'li.ai'i jist theaiiiuiiiil 1 nil m old bank yiMhidy. It ia mighiy pcciiliai ; miglit kt! Q0 A0 pre- iness a business specifically sented is a good one of G. its own, requiring practical picture herewith R09 at State Co.lce. v.. three years, and was "radii :ted from Lexiagt n Business, College, after which d manager of a large sawmill located at this point owned by the Barker Cedar Co.. of Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Hutchison was born in 1H71 in Woodford county Ky. After spending eleven years in that county he moved with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .7. II. Hutchison, to .Tcssnmi.ie county where he lived with them, following the avocation He attended the of a farin-'i"W. Hutchison . Lox-i'lgton. training before a mastery of same is acquired. He secured a position with his present Company in February 1S98 as bookkeeper under F. S. York, manager. In July 1S9S Mr. York resigned the high position of manager to look after the interest of the company Mr. Hutchison elsewhee. was promoted to the position of manager, a placi he holds with credit to himself and 'o the satisfaction of the corn-pawhich feels that their interest will be c.refully and strictly attended to. Mr. Hutchison is perhaps the youngest man in the state who as manager has charge of a business of such magnitude. The best wishes of the Climax is extended. n' Manager of the Southern Lumber Company. A SELF MADE MAN. since resided. Educated in the common schools, he received a fair education, sufficient for practical affairs of life. Being a close observer of people and conditions of every day life, sharing with them the joys of youthful days, he grew into manhood, bound with thecommon ties of friendship of his early youth. Posessed with a cordial greeting which he bestows in a manner to win the admiration of a host of friends, and being a good ''mixpr" with all classes and conditions of men, his friends prevailed on him to make the race for Con- Ti.e of hi1 Mnle tliD'i-ai- lund-.aul capable 1 feet a day, and the piodnct they turn out is a urnile. Tiny have several thousand feet of tramwav on tho yard. They employ about fifty men in the mill and on the yaid. 1 iinir fifty without mentioning the ster-linqualitcs possessed by II. R. Smith, our clever and capable railroad agent would be WE KEEP A FULL ASSORTMENT cf Building Material like drawing midnight darkness suddenty between us and our Prices are Conaistant Yith Our Grates. and the versicolored sky at buying elsewhere. sunset. The ofl'ee is locate near the mill II. R. Smith is a genial fel and is neat in appearance, and any low, generous to a fault, and perfon having business to transact with the manager is courteously received. has made a host of friends at The monthly payroll amounts to about this place since he came eighteen hundred dollars. among us something over a KY year ago. Mr. Smith is abrightmason wearing the title of Knights Templars. The subject of this sketch is an Estill county man and it is needless to say possesses all the attributes of a jrentle-maThe day is not far du tant when he will fill a position in railroad circles worthy of his ability. G DESIRE TO 8TA TO THE PEOPLE OF. (PES' m il--l VV?vr- n. -- ' stable in this (Million) Magisterial district. He was overwhelmingly nominated in a primary held for that purpose. He entered the contest against his Republican opponent with all the energy he possessed, and notwithstanding that his district had given a Republican majority of sixty-livin the preceding election, he was elected the following November, in 1897, by a small majority. He shortly entered upon the duties ot his office and has since made a popular and efficient officer discharging the duties faithfully and impartially. He is courageous, yet kind, being a terror to evil doers, thereby winning the approbation of the law abiding people of his community. e - vVaW STOCLC I HAVE RECEIVED THE LARGEST of DRY HOODS, xo Troys, W BECK. i Dealer ji General Merchandise. .OUTJS, JSW.USS coin-modins he obtained a position with the Southern Lumber Co., loc.tted here. It was while employed bv the Southern Lumber Co., that, he gained information sufficient to master the intricate details of the lumber bus D SQPIRE J. A. YOUNG. J. A. Young, the present able magistrate of this (Million) magisterial district was born in Madison county September the 5th, 18(52. Being a diligent student in early youth while attending the common schools of his neighborhood, he received a liberal education fitting him for the honorable and responsible position he now holds. 'Squire Young is a staunch Democrat, and was elected to the office of magistrate at the November election in 1897 over his republican opponent by a majority pleasing alike to him and his supporters. He entered upon the discharge of his duties with the conviction that allmenare equal and amenable to the law of the country. So far his avowed determination along that line has been carried out! in the prescribed form that, justice requires. As a member oi tue iviauison county riscai court, he will see that no set of designing politicians shall fasten upon the people of his county, an unnecessary burden in the form of taxation. energv which characterize him ELMER NOKTIiCUTT M. ' in other walks of life. As he A ropular fhxslchn tni Esteemed C.t:::n ;;fterw:u.(ls exuressed it, he, ' The gentleman who've name Wls S1:ul th:lt he could be oi heads this sketch was born in niore service to his friends in Ky., thii tv- - :l Professional way than along Kenton ago". At the ageof li:i-- s they had mapped out for f.iur vears ,. 4..f-,-j .? "lis. . eighteen he moved to Menifee 1)im- - Dr. Northcutt enters 1,1L !U,. tn. eiiieriiri&e county, Ky., where soon world with all of its after his removal, procured umt ,ms Ior ls 00Jeei e uet- ness loves a self-mad- e practice med- terment of his community' and State license to the people feel proud of him. man, and stands ready to apicine. After practicing medicine for a number of years he Ma continued success attend plaud him Jit every step along entered the Ohio Medical Col- 3ou Doctor is the wish of many the pathway to fame. In whatever calling, the man that has lege, Cincinnati. Ohio. He friends. by force of mental character, also attended the Electic Med- M. R. and diligent application to that Institute, and the Ameriical REIL ESTATE AGENT. business in which he is engagcan Electic College both of M. P. Wharton is justly re- ed, wins fortune and fame, is Ohio, where he Cincinnati, graduated with high honors cognized as the pioneer in the the man the world admires. filling for some time the chair industrial developeinent of The world; however, recogniz surgery in the American Elec- Valley View. Shortly after es nothing short of perfor tic college. Elected Secretary the building of the Richmond, mance because the perforin the Electic Medical Society Nicholasville, Irvineand Beat-tyvill- e mance is what it needs. The railroad in 1SS7 Whor-to- n man who has trees felled, of Kentue'.iV in 185)0. Remov- j c-u.;t' ; THE WHARTON. j i ' J Brothers erected the first saw and plaining mill built on the present site of town. A few years ago the plant was destroyed by fire but in a short time a new and better sawmill was built on the same site which he afterwards sold to the Barker Cedar Co., of Chicago, Illinois. PLACING MILL. Mr. Wharton contemplates the erection of a planing mill at an early date, part of the machinery already being on the ground. The a planing mill here will give employment to a large force oper-ationo- inir to Madison county the of men L same j'ear where he has since resided, practicing his chosen profession meeting with great Since he came io success. this county he has made man' warm and faithful friends by honest and upright bearing toward those he came in contact with. Dr. Northcutt is one of the most charitable practitioners to be met with AD3where, doingas much. prac- NICE BUILDING LOTS. M. F. Whartor has a number of building lots, suitable s for bjsiness houses and which he desires to sell. Mr. Wharton is an enterprising man having built since he came here fifteen dwelling houses and one of the best best store houses to be found resi-dene- in town. HOTEL BURTON. THE HAVEN OF REST FOR THE TRAVELING PU3LIC. tice gratis as an.y plrysician in the county. He will give as strict medical attention to a sufferer in a cabin as he would the sick in a palace. In polities tho Doctor is one oi the truest men to the principles of Democracy, and has proven himself a worker for the success of the party whose His cause ho espouses. friends recognizing his attributes and feeling that this part of Madison had been slighted in the past In man-manly The proprietor of this first-clas- s hotel is Mr. Fred Burton, formerly of Kirksville, Ky. Mr. Burton is a clever and accomodating gentleman who at all times tries to please the patrons of his popular hotel. The proprietor of this hostlery is a gentleman with whom it is a pleasure to meet andexchangegreetings. Mr. Burton runs a first-clas- s livery the matter of selecting dates resulted in" getting him to announce Iiis 'candidacy for the Legislature in 1897, subject to" the action of his party. Xot aspiring to hold candi- being engrossedwithproff essional duty a duty he' owed to humanity he did Eotenterthe contest with that another eolumni office and - in connection with his hotel. Here you will find fancy rigs, safe and fancy horses. Success to you Mr. Burton, and may you continue in the future as you have in the past to cater to the needs of the traveling public An advertisement calling attention to this popular resort is to be found in builds houses, mills, bridges, and who does not allow the wheels of progress to retrograde, is the man that renders untold benefits to civilization. The man tliat lends assistance, to forward' great enterprises in any community, is the man s who adds to the material of that place. The subject of this sketch, I can say without fear of successful contradiction has by his indomitable courage and business sagacity, done more toward the upbuilding of Valley View and this section of coun-tr- y than any single individual. Mr. Roy was born in New York city thirty-fiv- e years ago, his parents removingto Indianapolis while the man who has since achieved distinction in the commercial world was in his infancy. He received a liberal education in the common schools, after which he learned the trade of a machinist, building engines and sawmill machinery, working as an apprentice and attendiugBusi-nes- s College at night. At the age of 18, he accepted a position as bookkeeper for a large machine house doing business in Chicago, 111. The patrons of Perkins postoffice, it firm found him to be a man of continued an office until a rare executive ability and he change in postmasters occured was promoted to the position at this place in February 189S. of manager of a branch house Mr. Roy is an enterprising citizen that any community n at Omaha, Neb., which he held for three years, would be proud to honor, and with credit to himself, and to Valley View is proud of him the satisfaction of the firm he as a citizen, a business man, represented. After return- and one to whom the progress ing to Indianapolis, he decided of our town is due. The town to engage in the mill and lum- feels indebted to you, Mr. Roy, ber business and in order to and her people wish you confamiliarize himself with the tinued success, which you so many details of that business, richly deserve. he in 1885 accepted a position Local Option Drugstores. with the well knovm lumberThe court of appeals affirmed the Gar-man, H. S. Long, who was then rard circuit court's decision that dmg-- I towns must also operating a large saw mill at gists iu local optionfor selling whisky pay the 50 license Ford, Ky., as bookkeeper, to J on prescription. The case was appealwhich plaee he 'was transfer ed by John E. Storruea, who loses. -- pro-gre- red in 18SG. It was only a short time until he accepted a position with the Ford Lumber Co., at Ford Ky., then owned and operated by Messrs. B. J. Clay, A.R. Burnam, now Judge of the Appellate court, and C. D. Chenault, in which company he soon became secretary and manager. In 1891. after the building of the Richmond, Nicholasville, Irvine and Beattyville railroad, Mr. Roy, unlike the majority who wanted to locate nearer the supply of logs up the river, saw a better opening at this point for a lumber plant, and through his efforts the Southern Lumber Co., was organized for the purpose of doing business at this place, by associating himself with M. B. Farran the well known lumberman and manufacturer of Cincinnati, and Mr. Walter Quick of the same firm and city. Mr. Roy begun the erection of the mill in April 1891, and commenced sawing- Iocs in August of the same year. Booms for storing logs were built the following year. Improvements have since been added to the mill, and today it stands as a monument testifying to the business qualifications of Mr. Roy. The town as first mapped out was without any mail facilities, the nearest Postoffice being at Perkins. Mr. Roy went to work and by his individual efforts succeeded in establishing D a postoffice at this place. It being so near Perkins he could have had the offices consolidated, but did not wish to do the patrons of that office an un justice by consolidating them, and by his kindly regrad for the C. W. SANDERS. C. W. Sanders the enter- prising merchant, of Baldwin, Ky., whose picture heads this sketch is a native of Jessamine county, having first seen the light of day twenty-seyeyears ago. Reared on a farm, a life conducive to physical attainment and force of mental character, he is a type of n The larjriht dealer in dry goods, groceries and the thousands of at tide? kept in all well regulated mercantile houses, i to be found in the storeroom of G. W. JJeck. The manager of this mammoth bargain emporium is a native of Ohio, born in L'olumbina county. He came here when the town first ftlt thi reeiMleen match of progress and has been identified with her every interest since that time. He fust enned in the lumber business under the linn name Lemon, Deck & Co. Later he nas connected with the Southern Lumber Company, ind when biiid company disposed of their immense stock of goods, they were purchased by Mr. IJeck, who has siniedonea thriving business on principlts. lie is one of our enterprising and htistlirg merchants, carrying the largest stock of merchandise to be found in this town, and all s goods. An advertisement setting forth his business, and calling attention to the merits of his goods will be found iu this issue. e lirst-clas- HATS AND' OAFS,. Which SrgT I propose to sell cheaper than any house anywhere. I cordially invite the good people of Valley View to give me a call and get my PRICES before buying elsewhere. I Buy Ms in Lane (Jinlities, Therefore am enabled to undersell merchants who buy in small quantities. For fair dealing, courteous treatment, give me a call. Country produce wanted, for which I will pay the highest market price. R. F. SPEARS, SPEARS, KENTUCKY. mm Id ffae MM BURG HSS, Vallky View Ky. I desire to state to the people of this place and vicinity, that I am prepared to do all kinds of Blacksmithing and Wagon Making and Repairing The style Horse Shoeing a specialty. Urircine work is all done in flrst-cla.- s your work. J. H. perfect manhood. He received a common school education in his native county, j Fall Opening. colums of the Climax that we are dailv receiving FALL and WINTER GOODS on which we name prices that will make them go, and go quick. Our stock consists of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Men 'sand Boy's Clothing, Tinware, Queensware, and everything usually kept in a first-clas- s store. Our line of E. L II A DEN. Winter Boots and Shoes is a hummer. Ladies' E. L linden, one of the progressive Shoes of every description, style and finish young merchants of and Remember we are headquarters for the best in all lines this town, and whoso picture is here reproduct'ed, is a native of Madison of goods. We buy as cheap as anybody, and sell lower than We are prepared to furnish salt by the barrel as county. He was reared on a farm, anybody. We are also agents for the best occasionally working at sawmills cheap as the cheapest. Five years ago he accepted a position Farm Wagon made. We positively will not be undersold. as salesman, with the firm of J W. Farmers and shippers will please note that we have purMasters & Co., dealers in general mer- chased a new pair of Fairbank Scales and can give them the chandise, then doing business at correct weight of cattle, etc., bought or sold. When in need Perkins, near here. His qualities as a of anything in our line arive us a call. No trouble to show salesman soon manifested themselves and by close application to business he goods. Polite clerks, fair dealings, best goods, and lowest soon mastered the situation and it was price have won for us success. entrusted with the important husineas as buyer for not long before he was attended Elliott Institute, at Kirksville, Ky., after which he spent three years in California. When he returned to his native county and State ho soon after located at his present place of business, handling a complete line of general merchandise. Mr. Sanders is also postmaster at Baldwin, having been appointed four years ago and has made an efficient handler of mails. In politics Mr. Sanders has cast his lot with the Republican party. His store is well stocked with a full line cf general merchandise arranged in a business like manner. Being courteous and polite, he enjoys the patronage of a large o people. class of W. E. Baldwin, now deceased, who conducted a country store here several years ago was the first the office being well-to-dpost-mater, We take pleasure in announcing through the NEW LOCI FOR THE KENTUCKY RIYER. Government the Work of Opening Extensive Iron Will Push and Coal Fields. The Government is pushing thing on the Kentucky liver at a lively rate and prospects are for the early opening of the fine iron and coal fields in the mountain regions of Kentucky. The steamer Falls City took the material for two residences for Government oflleers to the site of lock and dam No S yesterday afternoon, which fact is indicative that the work of constructing the new lock will be pushed rapidly ahead, and navigation obtained for another thirty miles, which will enable Louis ville packets to go sixty miles above High Bridge and almost to the edge of the coal and iron fields. Tho new kck will be located near the mouth of Davis' Creek, about 30 miles above high bridjje and near it are located a number of distilleries, lumber mills and other industries whose products hao heretofore bctn to markets, either by rail or river, ex cept by hauling a great distance .over rough mid hilly roads. The advent of Louisville's packet lines into this region within a year from now will be like opening the gates to a new world to the people of that region. The construction of cottages for the working men, several large tool sheds and a number of storehouses near the site is going ahead at a lively rate, and by tho time Kentucky river recedes sufliciently to go to work on the new lock, the vicinity of the mouth of Davis' Creek, will be a busy community. The change of Government officers from Capt. "Warren to Capt. Zinn will not retard the work, as it is understood that the latter will carry out all the plane of his predecessor. Louisville slack-water inai-cessibl- the firm. He remained with the firm until it closed out its entire business Being enamored with a mercantile life, lie embarked in business on his own account at this place a year ago. To say he is meeting with success is putting it mildly. Uy close attention to business, and a strict adher-anc- e to the principle of ' do unto others as you "would have others do unto you," ho has gained an enviable position in his chosen occupation. Helms a neat and attractive place of business, where you can aiways find him ready to wait upon you in courteous manner. Air. Haden is quite a young man, beyears old. ing only twenty-seveMr. I laden has adopted tho plan of letting the people know that he is out after trade; by resorting to hand bills to advertise his warei. lie believes, that to bo successful, you must let the people know what you have for sale, by the us of the printer's art. A bright displayed of his will bo found in another column of this edition. "Didn't you know old Mr. Jobson, who leads the life of a- recluse?1' "Yes. When I knew- him he was leading the life of a loose wreck." n E. B. Scrivener & Co., PERKINS, KENTUCKY. e. 1 s, BECK GENERAL MERCHANDISE THE ONLY STORE TO GET HonestPnces Hones I EjOOfls.HonestBea to goods will PARTIES desiring purchase my stock, to call and examine find us posi-sitio- i -' gF" I have on hand the largest and most complete stock of Mens' and Boys' iloos and Shoes, also Womens' Shoes, that has ever been in this town, and at prices to suilt all. t&-- My stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware nnd Glassware is also extensive. The following is a few prices on articles that most interest the people at this time of the season: Calico, 3, 4 and 5 cents per yard; Bleached Muslin 5 Canton 3 cents per vard and up; cents per yard up; Flannel 5c per vard up ; Bleached Canton Flanel oc per yard ;Crash 5c per yard ; Good Ginghanis 5 per yd; Percales 8J io 10o per yd; Table Damask 18, 25 and Flannel 2i to 30c; Fine German Flannel 30c; Outing Cloth 7, 8i and 10c; PROFESSIONAL CARDS. all wool. 30c per yard. Ladies Hoes So to 50c per pair. Gents' Socks 5c to SOcts per pair. Ladies and Misses Suits 25 and 50c; Ladies Pants 25c; Ladies Vests J. L SOWERS, him. The village con25 and 50c: Mens' and Boys' Underwear 50c up; Mens' and Boys' Shoes SI to $4; Notary Public . . . Valley View, "Ky. Mens' and Bovs' Boots $1.25 up; Women's Shoes 80c; Onegrossoi Ladies reguone blacksist of one store, lar One Dollar Corsets at G5 cents. One large case of fine Jewelry guaranteed for smith shop, church and one 8evenyeareat very reasonable prices, just the thing for you to select holiday LEIGH It. GORDON, M. d., gifts to present to your friend for Christmas.. of the best public school Valley View, Ky. Call and see me at the Southern Lumber Company's Old Stand " J5ST Office at Burton's Hall. buildings in this section. MAKE MY STORE your stopping place when you come to Valley View. Get a card, and when you have purchased to the amount of either S5 or ?10 it belongs to that Mr. Sanders ELMER NORTHCUTT, m. d., entitles you to a Beautiful Picture, or if the amount of your purchase reaches class of progressive mer- Times. $20 it entitles you to one piece ot.Fino; Jewelry, guaranteed for Seven Years. Office at residence, - Valley View. a legitimate t& I will say in conclusion' to tne people, that I am runningothers are, In who believes in the chants, is not run under a false head, as some business, that Srhysician and Surgeon. "Does your husband ever say anytrade drawing qualities of thing about his mother's cooking?" to conceal the real owner; this is necessary to avoid contracts signed by the New York. Life, order also this party is now engaged In very unpopular business, and all well him; says things about mv Also reprfsonts "No printers ink, and his adver- cooking but hehis father used to say the oldest and ino3t reliable Insurance meaning citlzenB should, throw their influence wall meaning and that .--. g. W.'BECk. inanoth"- - about his mother's cooking-merchants. Company in eaistancei tisement to be found all-wo- as I have the largest stock in town to select from. The quality of my and at same price in dollars and goods are all first-clascents as my competitors are selling for. it to 41 named in honor of 9 my-hou- ee law-abidi- ng . -.- "rffSSa itfe; &&&, Xk - f. :V '- -. '.o -, &.-JL- f , .2 Ts pif- . "jl' V ' "?S.' year" , . "hi J,4 2L ?Sr&m&Z r. x" t - : is- - . m ,IM M" i To have good lessons, good health and to be happy is to wear a pair of Henderson Little. 3ed School-Hous- e Shoes. ' ILISTEN If SI l More than twenty million free samples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve linve been distributed by the manufacturers. What better proof of their confidence in it's merits do you want? It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in the 8hortests space of time. Douglas & Wells. Handsome men, gifted with good sense are equally as scarce as pretty, clever women. It is Strange that some people who say they never read patent medicine advertisements will be found lugging home every now and then a bottle of some favorite .remedy of theirs. We don't bother you with much reading but just ask you lo try a 10c trial bottle of Dr. 's Syrup Pepsin for constipation, indigestion and stomach troubles. 50c and SI 00 sizes. At B. L. Middelton. Cahl-well- Ui , jri 5 4: TIIF I) T&ifX sustas.x yir F K pact I THFY R OFF gsr They are Stylish. u ft H M j&fy IC. M. MFNntRSl V ritBh, v 7i m THEY WEAR. - $ VI oct5-l- m m n twrnj x&z .ii j yUK u i j r x x x fl; !tfV .- - WEIR THEM - 1 . I 1 R gin-slin- The leather sling used by a boy to throw stones is less dangerous than the in the hands of his father. g Q. White. TEA UreS Dj'sPeP sia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to TV. 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 On! PlfJtltePNUBIAN v 2P H ' w 1-- 1 THEY FIT. f 4 - We cue h?py I Uric ctpldiri, And We lore our ytcot4rt jdjwrt. flT? lore Our Jrqllc Iccxhc "KrtA HW hi. mU W1glfcF" faF P& nSu.jk Bfc G - THEY SATISFY. y Diplomat A person who dosen't mean what he means for others to think he means. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allaj-eby applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is cqnally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bos. Salt-Rheu- m d Hisrh Prices BIGH-CLAS- OLID OTXj"3T B-RilfiSJT - 8 . PflMPAMY 207 WEST MAIN - RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S NEVER DID THE CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. STREET, RICHMOND, KY. n S'f1fif 'v6seV'5 VM V K S 8 a2& r g ..."JL'.- sn XGKZKOMGKGMGM&' n k a i i i i i - just what a horse need3 when in bad Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are We know we are "Loaded for Bar" and many a cold chill will creep over our competitors when they hear the Startling Low Prices we are making- on all lines of goods that crowd our shelves and counters this season. We are showing tho greatest variety of Dress Goods seen outside of the large cities this season. AH the new things in Crepons, Epmlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert Cloths, Serges, Fortugtts Cords, Cheviots, Granite Ele- I m is.! condition. Tonic, blood pnrifier and vermifuge. They are not food bnt medicine and the best in nse to pnt a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. Todd Sale. Sale of land of tho heirs D. Wanted. A female companion. Call at Xo. 1. Mary E. Todd, deed., occurred on Monday. C. F. Chenalt bought the home V , 1S0S. Main Street. M MVY.OCT. 19 tract of 275 acres at $30.75 per acre; CI Baptist Bazaar. acres bought by Grant Norris at $17 per Fin-- t season, Charles J. acre. These were medium. Land of ( ! ! mentswiH l'-- received c IJayne, lecture the and Dreamers," was sold forprices ' Dreamcs distribution of proceeds guar- mi CLIMAX with the October 22. anions the heirs, as land was insuscept, C i that its circulation exceed-ible of division. it f any otherpaper published C You can register Monday, lilolld 3 Cent Wall Paper, Oct 31, Tuesday and Wednes- 1 Now in stock and on sale, I bought in'-"-'- '' rjay, Nov. 1 and 2. Remem before the large advancement in prices ber mis. 20,000 tens of paper and will have plenty Notice To City Taxpayers. of 3 cent paper on sale next season. Take Advantage of This Cash Sale. I pledge you no advance in Bargain day in the furniture line at ''i ten per cent, penaltj S. Neville Moberley's, Saturday Oct. 22. prices on goods now in stock and those Waste added to all unpaid Thirty-thre- e per cent, bought before the advance. and one-thir- d none of your valuable time looking at on Nov. 1st, there- - ofrfor ca.sh. i small sample books of old time wall . t Harry Morgan Loses A Finger. save yourself this ex-..i-- t. papers. 250 boxes of Window Glass please call my of-- Mr. II. S. Morgan, of White Station, bought before advance in prices will be .n the Riclimond National while working with a Randall Harrow, 6old to you at less prices than others latt Saturday, caught his left fore finger can buy them. Putty and glazing points. ik and pay your tax before in r. co; wheel ami cut it oil. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window shades. . day. Geo. M. Willging. Said To Be Diphtheria. 200 West Main St. J. W. Crooke, Squire Hugnely of near I!ed House, City Tax Collector. is mourning the death of his little two We Can Talk All Around Now. First Talk year old mhi. Jesse, w ho died last Thurs'l-2With Congressman Davidson. t day morning', of what was cuneutly On Saturday telephone commu- The Richmond Climax. Proctor Knott Cigar. F,j Truth wears well. People have luameu nun j.'e hi s Jjjuie jMiriy iwrciDaiD iiiauic nine pill jur reuu In ting the bowels, curing constipation and sick headache. They don't gripe. Douglas & Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will be found in our gant Dress Goods Department. Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mi.xtu.ies from one of the leading -New York Houses, we will offer them as long they last for 23c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool Wells. I 1 A contempory says what this country needs is a first class What's the matter with a cigarette? lool-kille- r. JpV Major Generrl Lee's Portrait is used to call your attention to We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings, and when you get your Dress from any of tho "Great Busy Bee Cash Stores" you can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown you. 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. For Children who Takes cold nw-ywr".inn(- r er easily and are subject to croup, no remedy is so helpful as Dr. Bell's It will relieve the croup at once euro a and cold in one nigkt. It should be in every house ready for an emeregency. You can buy a bottle for 23c at any first-clas- s drug store. Our buyers for the Three Large Stores of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporations searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood Hounds, and the- - have fillpd this department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy's Lassimere Knee Pants, loe a pair; Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 9Sc; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for S2.48, worth S5.00. Our line of Men's and Boys Fine Suits, and Men's and Boj-'- s Entire Room given to Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city, department. this 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 ran buy beautiful the price of cotton htuff elsewhere. Bed Comforts at 49c. each. We are selling 10-- 4 all-wo- - le Borrowing may be a disease, but lending is insanity. How She Walked. , ies at matism. At one time I could walk only with a crutch. I rend about Hood's Sarsaparilla and began taking it and alter the use of two bottles I was relieved. I have never been troubled with rheumatism since. Hood's is the best medicine I ever took." Miss Reid Ingram, Drake, Ky. Snr-saparil- la "I was a constant sufferer from rheu- Our 4 SSSfef n Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Latiies' Furnishing Goods Department was never more complete. We have strained every nerve to make the.se departments the most attractive in our great store. Your every want has been anticipated, and our Low Cash Prices named on these articles make these departments very interesting to customers. 'N m :E Hood's Pill's are the only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. 25c. We have just recieved and put on sale a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Caps. Our last to be diphtheria. windows are full of them and our price is jut isv nication was opened between Richthe value on each Cap. Don't fail to ee them. Onr jf Haw to Prevent Croup. iptitt Bazaar! n southLost. towns in mond and Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very pretty. We have two children who are sub..f lno W. ParrMi land Oct. 25 Jietween Speedwell pike and Rogers-vill- e ern and eastern Kentucky, so that any to croup. Whenever an a black chiffon cape. A liberal of the boxes in our city can be con ject attacks of on my life gives them "We have one side of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DE?t smoker, the Proctor Knott attack is coming reward will be paid for return of same nectcd with those places and conversa Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it PARTMENT. We carry many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. tions held directly from our stores and always prevents the attack. It is a Muikitl paint and trim your to the undersigned. Our prices named on this line" is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire residences with friends elsewhere. household necessity in this county and M its. T. D. Chenault, Sit. innIl-(5inoctlOtf no shoddy stuff, our shoes family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We no matter what else we run out of, it The price is 25 to 30 cents for Est ray Shoat. would not do to be without ChamberYou can't lulkitroliiie of buggies before and boots are all good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. confab3. lain's Cough Remedy. More of it is 11 work suarauteed. A small shoat, weight about 40 pounds afford to miss our Shoe Department. sold here than of all other cough mediFROM STAXI'ORD. HAD 2.EWS 'uii'i came to my place about four weeks M. Nickle, of cines Hello, Exchange, give us Congress- Niukle combined. J. Bros., merchants, Nickleville, ago. Owner can call, pay charges and out money's worth and Again extending to you an invitation to visit us this fall and take a look through our Store, where bright faced man Davidbon. Hello, how's pros Pa. For sale by Perry & Thomas, Drug polite salesmen and salesladies will greet you and make your visit a pleasure. We are, Very Respt-- , Minstrelb. get snmo " octo-lgist. perity? B Cook i: Potts. tf ' Mr. D 'O, fine." iimiitv National 15ank tock Qnnrtermaster The colored autocrat eek. -- h at a sale last DiamomN Auctioned. Well how's the price of wheat and ot a parlor car. The auction of the Jewelry stock of corn? iiobeiley jiropo-e- s to give ii ESS E3 Three Doctors in Consultation. Mr. D '"Don't mention it in the on furniture bought Oct. 22. the bite Ed. Palmer is now on, watches, JLf o rings, Climax, but tell Tipton to give 'em h TT clocks, silverware, diamonds, From Benjamin Franklin. t '.attains ready for plucking breastpins, etc., are going at your own in the Pantagraph and I'll pay the ex''When you are sick, what you like Moberley's Saturday. Oct. figuies. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. best is to be chosen for a medicine in poses." the firbt place; what experience tells Panty, please copy. Fine Farm for Sale. you is best, to be chosen in the second 3 &Z 4 Xa$5S2IV.1 . thf best and cheapest road place; what reason ti. e.. Theory) says - & Mr. J W..Herndon will on Oct. 27, . V ' SSlM ,Im market. I XV: K. is betjt is to be chosen in the last place. yxfe-Afv Thursday, at 10 a. in., sell his farm, yWtiA S. Ii. MJDICIKK. J. .ii. i & jsfesg: s5?nr&54 !ivs But if you can get Dr. Inclination, Dr. consisting of three tracts, Go, 100 and Experience and Dr. Reason to hold a anion, is the greatest buck 750 acres respectively, situated two consultation together, they will give ; lie is with the Great miles lrom Kingston on tho Kingston you the best advice that can be taken." Are much in little; always When you . ready, efficient, satlsfacm I B W t nation wouldhave a bad cold Dr. Incliaud Herea turnpike. One of the best tory; prevent a cold or lever,- B ITMJM H recommend ChamberI I 1 fc lain's Cough Remedy because it is iaugi!ig his improv-mentplaces in the county, with tine care all Uer ills. Kick headGOOD AGENTS IN EVERY ache, Jaundice, constipation, etc Price 2S cent. plaesant and safe to take. Dr. Experilower. His county in the State of Kentucky The only l"itl to take with llood'x Saruparllla. ence would recommend it because it to sell the OxygenatorTrcatmnt n of all. lor the Cure ot tjatarrn, Astnma A Silver Tea and a Bible Cake. Deodorhes and purifies the and About 05,000.000 pounds of beet sugar never fails to effect a speedy and perm celebrated as a J will be atient cure. Dr. Reason would recombreath. Improves the voice, cleanses and The Presbyterian Missiouaiy Society were raised in California last year. heals the inflamed air passages. Restores lost mend it because it is prepared on scienState op Kextuckv, SCT. nay at the mammoth fur- will have a "Silver Tea" and a '"Bible tasts and smell. Cures Catarrhal Deafness. M ADlsOX COU.STY j tific principal and acts on nature's most sensible and scientific treatment on The or s Neville Moberley. A Great Deal Cake" at the home of Mr. B. V. Tevis, May Term, June 7, 1S9S. plan in relieving the lungs, opening the market Easy to administer and costs the cents per day. .Madison County Fiscal Court. sufferer but one and on hundb now a full line of at Kitksville, Friday Oct. 21, 1893. of unnecessary .expenditure of time and the secretions and restoring the system Liberal salary and commission to Rood agents. The question of issuing and selling Every Treatment guaranteed. Call on or adbuggies, carriages and road Every body is invited and expected to money may be saved if you will only to a natural and healthy condition. OUT MORRIS & GRIBBLE, Madison Count' Turnpike bonds keep a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup For sale by Perry & Thomas, Druegist. dress, i.wet prices. to pay ot Pepsin in the house. contribute, The proceeds go State Managers. oct5-li- n have been submitted to this county, S. .. Midkiff. no 187, Richmond, Ky. Lock Box for repairs of the Parsonage. We trust of all ordinary sickness is" from the T Office Main Street, over Dr. Hobson's Den- and being advised the Court is of the Marriage A synonym for either hapi every lover of the Bible, or of Silver, or stomach; keep that organ in proper I" opinion that Madison county bonds tal Parlors. tnier lias purchased the My Syrup should bo issued and sold for the purbe td! shortly tal.e possession of Tea, will go clown and "'Take The condition aand all will Trial well. bottles piness or misery. size is specific. port of purchasing and maintaining All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. store of the late E II. P. Cake," for it will be there, in all its Pepsin Life insurance is a good thing but the Turnpikes of Madison county, Ky. 10c. large sizes 50c and SI 00. of B. L. health insurance, by keeping the blood delicious abundance. ocl5-lLMiddelton. It is therefore ordered by this Court pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. is still that an election be held and polls be a team of Strong Again Honored. Mr. ii.iwni and Wan! aie Cold cash utelts lots of hearts that better. 1 opened at the next regular election to Sals Privately, For .. rs that are irreHitible. They bo held in tho countv in November. Mr. II. J. Streng, of this city, and are not affected by warm love. Cupidity One of Cupid's most en1SUS, i' i rincipals with the Great Barlow Mr. Thos. Reed of Covington, were terprising assistants. of Madison A Common Experience. ClOCkS, -n-this season. nominated for De"uty Grand Master wa I will sell privately my farm on the Barne's is The Sheriff advertise this count. , Ky said election directed to cures Scene 1. Mr. Johnson is obliged to CUBAN OIL cigars, 10 cents. Mil-.- - to be voted foi" at the election next year Mill pike, about 2!i miles from Richmond, Ky., aim ine ouject oi it, ior at teasi tinny give np work remain in the house Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu near Pond meeting house, containing 60 acres, uavs next before tiio day ot tue said Havana Second, 5 cents. Fred A.. of the Grand Lodge of OddFellows. Mr. i care of himself ort account and take election, in some newspaper having w. Manufacturer fine Cigars, Itich-- Streng is in line of promotion and will Money sore on one of matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. of a dreadful scrofalo outbuildings, orchard and vineyard, good the lanrest circulation in Madison Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. ud. Ky. his limbs. sure'iy win. He ib a intelligent, progresfences, well watered, live springs. Call on toiinty, Ky , and he is oidered to adG. White. leads a Wm. J. Shearer or undersigned Superintendent Wagers wishes to sive citizen aud zealous Odd Fellew, Scene 11. Mr. "Johnson scrofulous testivertise the said election by printed trouMRS. JANE SHEARER. Sept monial which tells of Anything What a man will promise The fabric are strictly l, hand bills, also, posted up at not less the and his neighbors and friends here and bles cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla l iurm the teachers throughout his wife to quiet her. than four public places in each voting cjumu that the Teachers Regisltrs can every where he is known respect He resolves "to try it. sends for a precinct in the said County, and at the and decidedly the bottle and begins taken it. Fur Lungs Soreness, now be had by calling at his office in him highly and hope he will win. And Court House door of said County. It ic Renting. 111. Mr. Johnson has taken six most novel that will be we wiite this without his knowledge or Scene t ie Court House. is ordered that bonds shall not be isd couehs. throat disorders. bottles cf Hood's Sarsaparilla. His and all bronchial troubles Dr. Bells sued exceeding Seventy Thousand Dolcaiiseut. scrofula sore is cured. He is feeling Dr. It Goldstein, the noted optician offered this season. lars ($70,000), and the said bonds shall is an efficacious remeJ. H. HAVILL, Auet. ADMINISTRATOR. stronger, has a good .appetite and is dy. G per cent of Cincinnati, whose card apbearselse-wtier- e More Good Fortune For Richmond. The first does gives relief. It w ill bidder, on beai rent able to attend to his work. He care a hacking grip cough or a cold in Many new improvements November I, publicly to the highest acres of fine per interest not to exceed attached annum, with coupous in the Climax, will he at the at 3 o'clock, p in., 200 The big Evat.s land deal has been writes a testimonial telling of his ex"sell it at 25c crazing land at the Forks of Speedwell and payable these bonds to Hotel Glyndon Thursday, Oct. 27. duplicated over and over, so we in the details of our perience with Hood's Sarsaparilla, one night. All druggists RichBig Hill turnpikes, four miles south of tie in denominations of not less than on guarantee. It MRS. R. J. WHITE, SB. professional card. mond. recommends it to others. octl2-and Head Ins One Hundred (S100) nor more than are told by Mr. Chas. E .Smith, the D. W. TKIBBLE, AucTiostuc. Death The only sure relief, from the One Thousand ($1,000) and to be sold Some men are born to rule and some Minstrelsy will bedepicted wide-- wake land broker, of this city. O at not less than par value, and to run many troubles a man 6tirs up for himnegotiated the sale of 70,000 acquire the art at a business college. He has o i i'so s age with the Great Barlow not more than thirty (30) years, and the self. evening. There is trees in Eastern Kentucky to LiverSheriff is directed to embrace these Never go Away orders in his notice of election. Old fashions in dress may be reon.v .me Iltrlow Minstrels, and they pool parties. Mr. Smith is engaged in medicine giving possession, branding the trees at from home without a bottle of Dr. vived, but no wi.l b" here on above date sure. "i A Copy f Attest. Change of cli- can replace Chamberlain's Colic, Choi Jon.v F. Wiiitk, C. M. C. C the rate of 1500 per day. This stupen- Bell's chance or exposure The mauniflcent wardrobe worn on dous transaction involves $125,000. mate,bring on of apartments, nothing but era ana Diarrnoea Kemedy. i or sale by In persuant to the above order, I will As Assignee, of John W. Parrish, 1 a cold which may Perry & Thomas, Druggist. oct5-lr- a will sell to the highest and best bidder, on .November Stli, lfc'JS, cause to De the first part with the Great Barlow Mr.tinuiu has made big money out of this famous remedy will cure. Drug on the premises, near Silver Creek, on opened at various voting places in Flattery Something women think Minstrels, represents a small fortune this deal and expects this to be but a gists sell it. It Madison county a poll to take the much, more ot than men do, but believe in itself. The material was imported beginning. sensus of the voters on tne above The realities of matrimony are usual- much less in. 1 from Par's and it is the most beautiful question. H. H. Colyeh, S. M. O. October ly less pleasing that the illusion ot love. Madison Horses Sold at Lexington. octo-l- t. blending of color and costly fabrics proThe comfortable and graceful Your Turn Next. CUBAN RELIEF cures Cant, R. P. Fox and sons sold in Lex- curable. of Everybody hang to our Suits for Between hoursthe 10 o'clock, a. m., and ingtou last week the following horses; fl3tlKrSColic'N!"ra,Sind Toothache your turn willhaB a cold sometime of following described five minutes. SonrStomaeh 12 o'clock, m , come. Keep a bottle Gilbert's Dales In Madison. Bsttie Igo, yearling, full sister to Mag- and Summer Complaint. Price, 25 Cents. Dr. Bell's Pine at band Fall will give the wearer property, viz.: land situated in MadiQuiy Clearance Sale is now on. "We;. ' Two tracts of Sold Beginning next Tuesday Mr. G. G. gie Igo, to Suburban Stock Farm, Glen White. by Perry& Thomas Successors to W. G. and be prepared for au emergency. that distinguished ap- son county, on the waters of Silver are offering all Summer Goods This famous remedy will cure a. cold Gilbert, Democratic nominee for Con- Falls. N. Y. Price $500. Also John ' Creek-- . The first traot contains 105J Cost. Ginghams, Percales, Madras Faith is not ery plentiful, but the' before it gets fairly started or after it gress, will speak at the following Ball by Dr. Hooker, dam by Tom Cov pearance, foreign to ordi- acres,' more or less, and is situated on has settled, but the sooner you take it iugton, to Andy McDowell, California, supply equals the demand. places: Cloth, Lawns, Organdies, . Duck the Lancaster turnpike, about bis miles you get well. 25c at your the sooner nary front Richmond, and is hounded by Wilkes Boy, It price $400. 2 year-olPaint Lick, October 23, 2 p. m. people Eee are inside druggists, Suiting, in fact everything in the The things that the lands of Mrs. Jno. W, Parrish on 2 p. m. P.erea, October 27, brought $100. Judge Rice, 7 year old, of them and not outside. Wo two peoAt theStrozzi Palace, in Rome, there the east, by the land of Dr. Hockaday wash goods line. Also a nice lina Union City. October 2S. 2 p. m. $335, A. R. Burnam's Directum miy; ple see the same thing exactly alike. is a book made of marble, the leaves on the south, by the land of Wm. F. Infy-b-V- nr Foxtown, Oetobor 29. 2 p. m. McCoy, for$500on One woman may look out-- at a beanti- Lanof Dress Goods at your own price. Powers on the west, aud by the 2 ful landscape and see all the being of marvelous thinness. caster turnpike on the north, and being Richmond. October 29, at night. Saturday. Jim White sold his Please call and see our line before beauty and restless and granduess that a part of the Humphrey Bennett land. One Minute Cough Cure surprises Billy Absher for $1,700. Tho pur- there is in it. Another one will look The second tract is near the Lancasby its quick cures and children people purchasing elsewhere. The fact that you will .not ter turnpike, about six miles from chaser lefuscd $4,000 for him onSatur- - out at tho same scene and see nothing may take it in large quantities withThe man who is peifectly well and vig- out the least danger. It has won for Richmond, and is bounded by the quoted by Thurnian Grocery day. Markets pay one penny more tor tne land of Jno. Bronston on the north", orous enjoy life to the full. Dr. Piercers Co. corner Main and Cheapside as lol- best reputation of any preparitself A Madison School Girl Elopes, Gol li"i Medical Discovery maes peo ation the y ,owfi- for colds, croup, tick- right kind should interest Taylor heirs on the east. Miss Nannfe 13 BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, U6ed v. Isn't anything miraBallard on the south, and by the land No 1 Green Hides- Lucille Ballard, of Madison ple ell. There it is the most natural ling in the throat or obstinate coughs. iliss about it west, No 1 Green Hides ......88e county, was a student at Georgetown culous in the world. It simply puts the Douglas & Wells. good dressers with an eye to of Mrs. Ben Price on the less. and and you can. also say extreme thing 181 acres, more or 8l-- e J)rv Salt Hldps of digestive organs, the stomnch.the liver, Shadow Something a man casts on economy. Our range of prices: These tracts of land are very fertile ly .comfortable, when you are , m. Sl.25$i50 College. She reported to the Matron Horse Hides Each perfect order tt. and In a high stato of cultivation. 257ob Rucker Hall, where she boarded, ihat the bowels, inblood pnro andond there-b- v his prospects by standing In his own Sheep Skins Woo! on driving in one of our easy rich. All makes the 20 40c $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $S.00, There is on the second tract a good Lamb Skins ho father was ill and that she was cwnj diseases live and trive on impure blood. light. dwelling, barn and orchard. All of and handsome Buggies and (&Siherlings $10.00, of pure, rich, red blood $12.50, $9.00, tho first tract, with Ihe exception of ........G7jc pelled to go to him. Under tho circum- Keep a Btream diseased spot, and the disTkat Joyful Fee I i BR Copper per pound-.- .. hFVt- Our stock of fine acresvjs the finest stand otblue-gns- s Phaatons. was readily given. flowiug into a eleven - 3(Jj)0c stances permission Brass per pound . With the exhilarating sense of re- $13:50, $15.00, $16.50, $18.00, in Madison county. Zinc and ixsid per pound 1J42 She bought a ticket to Lexington, but eased spot, and the disease will on rich, pure blood, and newed health and strenghth and inter- Will also sell at same time and place carriages is unsurpassed for A man lnm Shoes and Boots..pel pound -- 21c was met on the road by Robert Sallee, rliRpaso lives on it. $20.00. nn.1 cleanliness, which follows the use dies interest in tho, Malory beauty, style, durability and c Bees Wax perpouud-.to above Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov- of Syrup of Figs, is'nnknown to the' e her bweetheart, and they proceeded Yellow Root Dry .......... ....... Every article guaranteed Springs property.soldAll of the reserve general "superiority, and e not progressed beyound without rich blood. Send 21 property will bo .. Ceng Seng per pound f2S2.25 Jcllico, wheie they were married. She ery makes pure, stamps to Wold's Dis- few who havemedicines aud the cheap the to the highest and best bidder. as represented. 2e had been gono.& week before her mar- cents in are selling "them afc,prieesthat l'ry May Apple Root....... -- K;- TerraSjjWlll be made Known on day ...101c riage was made known here. The bride- pensary Medical Association, Buffalo. substitutes sometimes offered but never Iggs per dozen-..- .. But ?"-.- Y.," and receive Dr. Tierce's 1008 accepted by the . otssle. N. 'i Si'?" ; will surpriseyUiToiiSftyicoai 15c Putter per pound .. 16. page "Common SeaseMedkal Adviser," the genuine. Manufactured by Uie r... & ' B.MCHEtf4tiLT,AsitifMJsidered. ( ountrv Bacon ner nountl 10c groom Is aged 17 years and the bride rcsNJlieKELSc: rnltfnrhla.Fiff SvruoCoi .. s profasly illustrated. " - - Geor 'etown Miaws. 9c Country Lard per pound ed Hoh-o- n, Dentist. Hope A key with which ambition is wound up. forty-seve- Fall Styles Brown Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4Jc; Green Ticket Londsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Masou-vil- le Bleach Cotton at 0c a yd. Get our prices on Alpino Un4 Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell bleached Sheeting at 121c. We are selling good yard-widGood Bleach Cotton, yard-wid- e, e 10-- When you visit any of our great stores, don't fail to take a walk through oiir Carpet, Curtain and Upholstery Departments. Many beautiful and attractive things will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and Lace Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you will want to carpet your back yard aud hang lace curtains in your kitchens. 81I pij If t b-- t Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, good quality, 5c a yd; Best Canton Flannel from Gc to 8Jc, usually sold at 10 and 12ic. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo Bines at Sc a yd. Remenants almost given away. one-ha- lf o w m live-minu- te cany wit-irlo- w Men's M ii : 1 m v U- - , And I i cods bx C3 Nine-tenth- s m Overcoat ifSSS' w UllJf ii All i sr M I ? i h "MffiV mmmt itvm j advertibf-.nc'-.arealg- o s. i Which are ready for inspection. We have placed our Clothing on a higher plane 7 WP mmm fe, "7 S TUT' stzz mz j C s$mmg., s m '?'- - i lit IBM MM 111 Willi Hay-feve- r. i m i than every before, three-fift- hs SEGIOTIHG fix-i- octo-4- w . hi s'--i h October 17ih9 '98i ijua-i'iio- da Planters m i sopt-21-S- m "a all-woo- 5b0htwhi.:l""c''TSVn?w 28-l- w leen-seate- - p. m.5 will sell the entire stock )f SlamOIldS, WatCS Cut "i Glass, Bic;p cles, Silverware, etc. of tha late E. H. P, Palmer. Sales each day- at 2 and 7 p, m until entire stock sold. JOES' & &IBSQF, At 2 ht Pine-Tar-Hon- semi-anuuall- t a Min-stc'- .s ed If All y. FM4A 4'',vin v:'u M, The Ladies Who M Want Bargains ra Read This! m m n y ? Tar-Hon- ey at d MARKETS. S GJc 0c to-da- coil-tai- ns m We are also Agents for Butterwiek Patterns. -- &- -- ....-5-- - not-stay- .... th .. ... one-ce- nt ld-ti- WKite ' Gibsoi i d. Covington Mitchell. v? c Is - "jh" f . fl- - n .tes'i .iiv 7 - -- J t ". V- - f i .." $h '. 4T J &r J r r r ,, - ?!. ; . :. , . sKvf . j'ii'V ItJ''.. n . .V7.MaiBMiaHIKlAaal 'jxmimsmm4&m 1. v 'pyrrrtntshowstkYow . ! fp EC -- FrtsMort Si Ciiciuili 1. Iiiky. a-- In Effect Mar 18 .630 .643 .6 61 .701 .708 . DAILY EXCEFT SUNDAY. BAST BOUND, lum. .J ft i 'V b A Fleshy. "Happy Jack" Miller Rclurns. Ltc Frankfort. Klkhorn. Smtzer. Stamping Groand . 320 00 JMkVrS Reported every Tuesday afc noon by E. Dealherago & Co., Staple and Pancy Qroceries, Richmond, Ky. 10c cash; lie in tnide. BUTTER Choice country, I2116jC. Jl EESWAX 2025c. WOOL Clear grease wool, jG13c; hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE Country, 10c. 50. TIMOTHY CLOVER od. 50 BLUE GRASS Coc; extra clean, 0075c;.Iancy clean, pure seed, $lT1.3-3- . IRISH POTATOES -- 4050c; BACON 10c Consumptive Did you ever see one? Did you ever hear or one ? Most certainly not. Consumption is a disease that invariably causes loss of flesh. If you are light in weight, even if your cough is only a slight one, you should certainly take HGGS jjaraiu Lre Georgetown. Arr Newtown Oentrerllle... Elsxabeth. Paris WEST BOUND. Oeorxetowiu. .. 3 32 .148 4 15 720 800 8 1Z a 58 406 442 S2 After four years as U. S. Consul to the Faulkland Islands Lincoln county's unique but popular personage, ''Happy COMPLETE Jack" Miller returned last week and BLISS the town turned out en masso to wel come Iiira. Standing on the steps of the home of his sister, Mrs. V. II. Miller, he said, as reported by tho Interior REGENERO. em3&W?h 5g-- Mmrmswnw .i.MaaaiMlMMriMji WnH9tl - BVBBIi 1 i 1 - HCMiBBBk.HbBlnBHLHIHHHIanlBBHBBIBHBBHHibnnB1W mn imwnFimrwT-MniM- n iwiiiwi J- - "r J T . - i - t H" r - n -- -- ..- -. ,.- - jfF?k Restores "' S lt PLEASE Journal: inc ureal Strtmj. .822 8 58 840 a.m. S 20 --- MO p.m. 30 42 48 58 08 30 41 48 59 0b 4.58 SEED-$1.3o- (3Sl .50. SEKD-$3.50$4- Lre Paria . Elizabeth CentreriUe , Newtown Georgetown Georgetown Lre . Arr DuTalU. Stamping Ground-SwiUer . 933 938 t SEED-Stripp- ( I 6 e 6 TBE KCELENCE OF SY8DP OF FIGS 9 48 .10 00 ,.:o 40 -- 10 56 .11 10 -- 11 5 25 Elkhorn. Frankfort 6 7 .11 35 11 55 720 GEO. B. HABPEB, Gen'l SupU Frankfort, Kentucky. C D. BERCA1V, Genl Pass. Agtnt MM... ...... -- " o o 55 CD E o 1 ef ... Its 2 5 B.S. E a 2. " B 5 K d o 3 o 3 a p e o - tr ffrfpr 5?5 K s c g e o coo c c c c c CCS o" oo o B5 5 C C .. c 5 s c a. is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fiq Svbup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California. Fiq Stbup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio SntCP Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of HAMS- -1 0 LAIiD ORCHARD GRASS T1.25$1.35. RED TOP 50c. 78c. lie SEED RYE COc. County Court Days. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Msdison county, lirst Monday. Lexington, Payette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second,Mon-day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle couuty, third Monday. Kicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 8 AN FKAACISOO. CO. sssstas . ?. aa LetTISTILLE. Kt. Jan5-l- y new tuiee, k. y- - cl Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. ri o c! 3 .. S3 Ifflnn Mall Wti 3 a o 05 O 23 -- 131- AUDITOR STONE OUT OF IT. ECONOMIST RANGES O s t; B"3"3 ca g SS8S rcs3 Chw-ip.ikw Time of Trainn at yrincbeater. Ky. WEST BOUND. Iezineton Accom Eastern Expreat for Loiiisrille Morebead aod lzinrtoTi Accom. Kew Tork Limited r F. V MU 0ter)iOr and d Ohio E.fcy, am am pm 3 4 50 pm 6 55 7 30 GO EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexinrlon and Morehead Accom am New York Limited F. F. V. Jl 58 pm 6 30 Lexinjrton and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 23 pm Washington Exprcas Accommodation train run daily except Sdn-da- r. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent LJ:N.By., call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. D. A. C & O. By.. Lexington. Ky. H&ife Roofing, Guttering and General Observing the handwriting on the wall that no Republican will be elected governor again soon in Kentucky, Auditor S. H. Stone has given up his aspirations and will make a monkey of Gen. Taylor, that is to say he will keep him what nature has made him by lotting him, Mr. Watterson would put it, shows his parts of epeech and other parts, in running for an office he will never get, nor could ever fill "if he got it. At least there are those who think that the visit of these two worthies to Richmond together where Taylor made a speech and Stone didn't, mean that the later is out of the race. Stone is a pret ty astute politician and is pretty quick to catch the direction the wind is blowing. Stanford Journal. The Democrats will mako more political capital out of the war than the Republicans, although the latter expected to ride to easy victory on a wave of patriotism. The voters of the country endorse the War of Humanity. The Democrats forced the war while the Republicans are responsible for the management of it, and there you are. The Republicans are on the defensho and it will require a wonderful amount of explanation to clear away their mismanagement of the military details and the appointment of incompetent favorites to positions they were incapable to fill. -- Harro;:sbusg Sayings. EASIER THAN EYER. CALDWELL'S The present scbednle of Illinois Central RailrB road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, CONSTIPATION. B Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled CHOICE PUBE BBED PLYMMOTH 'Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Rock Cockerels for sale at 50c, 7oc Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned and H 00. MBS. H. H. COLYER. territory. aug31-2Richmond, Ky. The colored voter isn't takini: as much The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains interest in politics as formerly. He has from Louisville tc the South, also a weekly Pullman Toarlit Car tor California, been fed on promises and feasted on 4 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday failures till he is sick and sore. So if 8 18am Arr Memphis Friday. win. SDR. m Job Work. PEPSlW !Or Arr New Orleans Friday Lve New Orleans Friday Arr Houston Saturday Arr San Antonio Saturday Arr Elpaso Sunday Arr Los Angeles Monday Arr San Francisco Tuesday Hb n Tl Trie 7 45pra 8 20pm & 45am 4 45pm & 45pm 9 2upm .5 15pm ock I Cornelison Evans or any other republican wants their support he must put up in ad vance or shut up. Money and much of it will be needed to keep the majority Vutrr Eotte U (aCComi. FOR Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Alpobd Keixoxd, A- - Q. P. A., Louisville, Ky. A. H. Haxsos, G P. A., dec28-l- y Chicago, 111. "Sue, auA. 3.cdQBv Sb, "ioxTva&o tttvs..1 X of sable suffragists in line hereafter. Stanford Journal. years." "Boys you can just bet the old man is glad to get back. For months my heart and eyes have looked forward to this glorious time. Happy Day' Happy Da! Four years ago jes a hltlo more than four years ago, I stood on tins veiy step and said good-byto you of cod liver oil tvilh all with my heart in my throat and No remedy tears in my eyes. Since then I havo is such a perfect preventvisited all the important towns of South ive to consumption. Just America clean down to tho jumping off the moment your throat place of creation. Havo also seen a richt begins to weaken and you smart bit of European countries. 1 am uiiu you mciuMiij; nesn, ig right here to take back all I ever said you should begin to take it. 8 S about Col. Welch and Jim Guest, assertAnd no other remedy ing that Crab Orchard was tho biggest has cured so many cases town on cartn. I have isited Windsor of consumption. Unless Castle, St. Paul's Cathedral, Westmiu you are far advanced with ster Abbey and have seen wheie the this disease, Scott's Emulgrand old man stood, but my heart and sion will hold every inejes always wandered to the little ducement to you for a church at Goshen and two little tombperfect cure. stones that mark the resting place of All Drugcists, tec and $i. loved ones. Flowers bloom most, beau & Bowvf. Cliem.!t. N. Y. Scott tifully; birds sing the sweetest; the sun shines brightest on the bonny banks of old Dix River. Thank God for such a OF INTEREST TO PENSIONERS. life and such a homo. I love Kentucky love Lincoln county more much The following law, passed by Con- who canI blame me for loving the banks gress last summer is of inteiest to every perton who is now drawing a of Dix River where I hte played in my boyhood, bpst of all. L say who pension; to al! who are triig to blames me?" and especially to all who are assisting others to draw pensi6ns. Negro Buried Alive. An act to amend section forty seven George Allen, a Millersburg negro, hundred and forty-biof the Re- died twice, so to speak. About two vised Statute's of the United riUtes. months ago ho was supposed to bedead, He it enacted by the Senate and and while he was being" prepared for llotiie of Representatives of the United Initial he raised up and asked for a States of America in Congress assem- drink of water. Three wenks ago he bled, That section foity seven hun- apparently died and was buried this of the Kevised Sta time. Ihit the crowd of mourners all dred and forty-situtes of the United States is hereby left the giave to be filled up by the sexamended to lead as follows: ton, lie threw in a shovel full of dirt "That every pereou who knowingly which evidently roused tho corpse which or willfully makes or aids, or assists in began kickiug and scratching the cofthe making or presentation of any faUe fin. The Sexton could not extricate the or fraudulent nllidavit, declaration, cer ecllin aloueaud caile Iforassistance. Failtificate, voucher, or paper or wiiiing ing to obtain help he returned and conpurporting to be such, concerning any cluded as the deceased (?j was oM and claim for pension or paj incut thereof, not long for the world anyhow, he proor pertaining to any other matter ceeded to fill the grave, the entombwithin the jurisdiction of the Commis- ed man kicking all the time until the sioner of Peiisons or of the Secretary grave was coveted over him. A of the Interior, or who knowiuj-lor inquest was subsequently held and willfully makes or causes to be made, a past mortem examination held reor aids or assists in the making, or pre sulting in a etdict of natural death sents or cause to be presented at any loss of breath pension agency any power of attorney FIRST SALES. or other paper required as a voucher in drawing a pension, which paper bears The fust sales of tho new crop of toa date subsequent to that upon which bacco at Louisville from tho beginning it was actually signed or acknowledged of the season to October 8, resulted as by the pensioner, and every pers-obefore whom auy declaration, affidavit, follows: Hurley 10 hhds. at $1 ST, l.So, 2 55, voucher, or other paper or writing to be used m aid of the prosecution of 2.00, 4.85, 5 00. 0.50, 0 90, 7.00, 8 40, averany claim for pension or bounty laud age, $4 ko. Dai k 15 hhds. at $5.75, 0.25, 0.70, or payment thereof purports to have G 90. G.90, 7.00, 7.10, 7.20, 7.30, G 60, 7.00, been executed who shall knowingly ceriuy mat ine tieciarant, ainaut, or 7.75, 7 89, S.20, S 20. Average, $7.22. witness named in such declaration, A NOVEL INVENTION. affidavit, voucher, or other paper or writing personally appear before him Piano playcis will be interested in and was sworn theieto, or acknowledg the announcement that a patent has ed the execution thereof, when, in fact. been allowed to Dr. S. A. llageman, of buch declarant, atliaut. or witness did Cincinnati, on his invention which is not. personally appnar Oclore inm or designed lo correct tho false detonation was not sworn thereto, or did not of the "tempered" scale in which all aoknowlege tho execution thereof, shall pianos now play, so as to make tho pia bo punished by a fine not exceeding no render music in the true scale, raisfhc hundred dollars, or by imprison- ing that instiument to the level of the ment for a tctm of not more.than five violin. Winchester Sun. CGifs Imysleois hypo-phosphil- e es. l now within pny renrh or ercry American. 3jil.ij6 treatment Is pltiely gnarantccd to cure the most complicated caso it Xcr ons. Debility, ot Waning nUcase. It acts powerfully ami quickly. A New Man. Phtcnlly Perfect. U (ha rmull ofthe iio or ItE;CM:iin. Young men will their lost mauhool, and Old 3Icu will recorer their yout!ifn! vigor. Itinvljcmtes and restore to full life and Isor. aU sofTcrcr from Seminal Weak- nesses, Impotcncr, Varicocele. Sucniiattornca, NlghUy Emissions, Lost llraln and Stoscular Tower, iei3ivarY Weak 3Iemory. Wakefulness. Evil Ureami, Despondency, Lr.ck ot Confidence, nnd all effects of self, abuie, or sesuilen ennd Indiscretion, which nnflu one for business, study or iiiarrLice. K E; Ki K I to coesatonectotha root ot Uia dheasctliat Is why It cures. It Is tho Greatest NcrTC Tonic in the world that la why lt shea isor.iml rtlonnndro.tores tho Fire of Youth. ItU a marrelocs Diood Puri-fler-th- at Is why tho Pink Clow comes hark to the rale check. Insist uion having It C(J E C UO. Can be carried In vest pocket, lly mall pi.OO per bo. 01 six for SS.OO. We cheerfully refund the money where slv. boxes do not effect a cure. Circulars free. Address tho American Office of llllCANDY CATHARTiO )0c. 25c. 53c. j HOW&ffft goo SbBUmSS1 9&&m mr &mm m DRUGGISTS. tmmmm 0''0.POC r BORDEAUX MEDICALCOIttSSL sejit21-l- y Tor sale in Richmond by Perrj & Thomas, Druggists. Wanted-- An Protect your Ideas; ther may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WKDDEKBDRK : CO, Patent Attorney!, Washington. D. C for their I.SU0 prize offer and list ot two hundred Inventions wanted. Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. Idea SSS 'ears' N i. C. SUHEU. JOHN HOSHAl. U tsZA hMmAtU Imer &Hosha LITE STOCK,r ilmEXPERIENCE 50 '& Ail nln mwmk h W h!?Ih HIi H N h-- K- - - . -- ; draw-pension- SALESMEN, Union' VS-O- ar x Stockyards, - Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable. Communlca-Uon- s strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents aent free. Oldest aitency for secnrtnirpatenta. Patents taken throneh Munn A Co. receive tpeeial notice, without charge, in the Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. igji x& bV m m dull ds Kb? i - Cincinnati, O. Scientific American, cirA. handsomely Illustrated weekly. culation of any scientific Journal. Ter.ns, t3 a year: four months, (L Sold by all newsdealer. Commission charges are $3.00 per tar for hogs, 50c. per head for cattle. Reference Western German Bank, Cincinsept7-l- y nati, Ohio. MUNN fcCo.36' (25 New York nrffii'i otuifiwuui, !.. vi 111110 cfnun iai- B 7f liraoch Office, F St, Washington, I). C 28-- 27 reason of the removal of the x Light Office, I now fc? nave greater room eanaeitv kLa than ever for m)r stock of fc, furniture. The store-roois K? Water & A m tore-tier- 's y iwH?jf xSET" 5r V Cw$ftsPiRSw?? will Swill;' K irS Wlp 1rtlu 1 '&m2smLWw Ti JAfc ll6iKrtjVl 5 Ring in the new Bing cut tho also Ring the trae " P e new an true rom mo 3 to ou plney forests of Norsvay ' RinSnttn00 DR. BELL'S s ne-ier-Hon- ev about 40 feet wide by 160 tr. feet deep, all in one apart ment, and here are shown fel jc more furniture and more va- - fed rieties of furniture than is contained under one roof out- - u side of Lexington. Conse- - fej4 : .- m Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; 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. SOLO BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS 5 Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes any remedy equal to nr. Bell's It plos qnlck and permanent rrliff In grip a3 well as cocghs and colds. It masses weak I nnin strong. Mrs. 2L A. JletcuUe, Pcducah, Ky. I AM 88 YEARS OLD,nlneTernsea BE SURE YOU GET Pine-Tar-Hon- cy Dr. SoIFs iiic;iiiaj, utiii oiiu Jlt till)- - ,, tliinsr vou want- and can sun- .Tr l 1 invite )f ply your needs. .. j attention to tne mammoth display windows, in one is a complete set, in the && r? bed-roo- m r&?X Approved, July 7, IbOS. CONSTITUTIONAL. W. Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. B. N i. & B. R. R. Time Table No. 33. Taking Effect day, May 2, 189S. BAST BOUXD. Mon- 2d Class. 1st Class. No. 1 I No. 3 No. 9 Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again gi e the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 1 Second Street, Up Stairs. Je2-l- y The chances are most favorable for the democrats to control the next con gress. Let us help the consummation devoutly to be wished by Bending George G. Gilbert to represent us in the next body. A vote for him will be a vote to saddle the respousibity for the cruel treatment of our volunteers and punish the guilty no matter how high he may be in authority. Stanford Journal. THE MINSTELS ARE COMING. first-class throat yields to Oae Minutes Cou;h Cure. Harmless in elieut, touches ttie right spot, reliable and just what is wanted. It acts at once. Douglas & Wells. HEW YORK FASHIONS. A stubborn cough or tickling in the A great preference for gray in all Versailles NlcholasvlUe Valley View Million Richmond. Union . Moberley.. Brassfield. A.M. 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 11 58 12 12 12 12 1 13 16 P.M. 6 52 735 8 00 8 13 A.M. 5 30 6 48 820 GEO. W. RILEY "Well, at last we are to have a P. M. 30 35 05 830 8 50 9 15 00 05 25 40 35 I Panola. Irvine 10 10 10 10 11 west Irvine No. 2 'No. 4 No. 8 No. 10 Bouico. I Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun S Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond . A.M. P.M. 200 2 25 P.M. A. M 11 55 1 05 1 20 1 45 230 2 4t Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celery Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Gentn I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton, druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation anuiouna mat tney gave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Of 9 Million. Valley View Nicholasville Versailles . .6 -- 605 8 658 750 20 34 2 47 3 15 3 30 3 45 4 10 5 00 2 15 3 00 325 Yours very truly, Geo. W. Riley. 4 SO 6 10 aTjl pTm. P.M. p. m7 All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O.&T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. BOCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS, Superintendent. TTRTTRN;rTs? VI VV JL JL S JL VV--' JL Minstrel show. Arrangements have been completed for the appearance on the 20 of Oct.. of the celebrated Barlow Minstrels, a company of comedians that for twenty years has caused the entire country to laugh with its comedians, weep with the rendition of beautiful sintimental ballads by its vocalistB, and to applaud vigorously the numerous marvelous specialities presented by ths vaudeville artists carried by the company. The company this year is under the proprietor-shi- p of Ward, Coburn & Baldwin, all three well known Minstrels. Don't miss the band concert bv the Barlow Minstrel band at noon of the day of the arrival of the company. in giving his A Kansas experience in feeding hogs, says that five acres of sweet potatoes will fatten more hogs than twenty-fiv- e acres of corn. He had sixty hogs that would yield him 18,000 pounds of pork, aud he estimates the cost of their feed at not more than $26 in actual cash for labor and other expenses in his potato field. He also claims that this food imparts a flavor to the meat that far surpasses that of corn for the anmals. hog-raise- shades is noticeable. Xew winter jackets very accurately define the figure. Mandarin red, orange and amber are all fashionable colors. A glace silk dress with five ruffles on the skirt is rendered very chic by the stiffness of this particular silk. "While the cry is that draped skirts are going to be very popular, these ornamented with bands, .panels, rovers and circular flounces are far more popular. Little girls from threr to seven years will again wear coats and big bonnets of lustrous beugaliue trimed with rich fur. A perfect dream of an outfit of this kind, shown by Best & Co., is of dainty pink, trimmed with otter. The large catalogue issued by this house will be sent for four cents in stamps to auy ad- The Court of Appeals has rendered a decision holding constitutional the law requiring railroads to provide seperato coaches for negroes. The court holds that the law applies to interstate passengers as long as they are in the jurisdiction of the State, thus taking on this point with Federal Judge liarr, who two 3 ears ago declared the law E MOMENT PLEAS E it otner a 1111'i ainnimr-ronoutfit. This exhibition is worth seeing, whether you I m &sj rfl i 43- SfL-r- ? P lK$yD desire to buy or not. thing kept in a Every first-clas- m V! s fev metropolitan furniture store, fi V&A We want to talk to you about our new line of Foot Wear for Fall. We think we have the most interesting S, NEVIL t DBERLfY.B I T-H- "SOLRR" No Mora r, The Kew Acetylene Cas Bicycle Lamp. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Ire j tt V SOOT, SMOKE, GREASE DANGER ON KENTUCKY.) r &! I Ti t3a ot 11 ot nor Schedule U EAgTBOcsn. Lv Louisville At SbelbrvIHe Ar La'renoeb'g. Jlt Versailles. Ar Lexington WKSTPOCKD. ffct I Mmy 1. 1898. No. I. 7.45pm 8.07pm, 10.O2pa. 10.85pm. No. 4. i I No. 5. 7.40am 4.06pta 9 0am E.S8pm 9.55am 6.30pm 10.16am 6.E2pta 10.45am 7.20pm Ka l. F Lexington Lt VersaUles. Ar . . ... No. 6. "itat. Ar La'reneeb'g Ar Shelbyvllle- . Ax Louisville Trains Nos. , s, 5 and 6 carry Free Observation Chair Cars. ... 7.45am 4.40pm b.05am 8.10am 6.09pm tJ7ara 8.35am 5.39pm 5.45am 87am 6.19pm ftWtam 10,55am 7.50pm 7J0am 1B .BPt It can't jaror Mow oet like an Oil Lamp. AjStegL m n iJ - ABSOLUTELY No. XASTBOCICU. 13. No. 11. BTATIOKB. 4.05pm! 7.40amlLv Louis vll -- JOpm' WESTBOUaiX No. 12.INO. 14. Ucht cwrts J f i put nn hour. Throws a clear, white lirlit ICO frrtnliea-SeuJ for circular an J Irani about tho . . . . Greatest D'.sycle Lsn? tr the Tear C . From your feeler cr fcnt prepaid Inr v'4,-'- " .n "TZuiT; JJ Moralists may prate, and doctors prose, and science shout from the house birds sing and maiden's lips are cherry-red- , and a young top, but just so lonjr as the Three Shelbyville girls are to wed three preavhers .Miss Lillie Bryan Thomas and Rev. Howard Cree, of the Majsville Christian church; Miss Helvis Abbott and Rey. John Franklin Watson, of tho Baptist church at Orrville, Ala.; Miss Jennie lluss and iJev. ltobert D. Hardin, of Cincinnati, pastor of the Eellview Christiau church. Latek. Whilo Cupid cuts his capers at Shelbyville, over at tho circuit court docket is crowded with thirteen divorce cases. TJpou his return from the Cemetery, at Lexington, where Ids wife had just been buried, Rev. Dr. W. P. V. Bartlett was met at his lwnie by the oflicers of his church, who handed him resolutions of sympathy in his affliction with a request that he take a vacation of indefidress. "Women of full proportions look well nite length aud make a visit to Euin long, o al cloak, with fronts cross- rope, accompanying the request with a check amply sufficient to cover all the cut and curving easily to the sides. The plaited fan effect in back of .skirls expenses of the trip. is still considered very desirable, especB. P. Tatton and J. T. Dunn went to ially in the model. Harrousburg court Monday; B F. Pat-to- n The graceful guimpe waist is a leader bought two mule colts at $46 per this Fall. It is so suscoptible to pretty head, and J. T. Dunu bought fourat effects in color and combination of $39 per head. Danville Advocate materials that its popularity is not to Sir. Patton formerly resided in this be wondered at. countv, but now lives at Bryantsville, A perfect passion for plenty exist?. in Garrard. "We saw him lately in At Lord &. Taylor's, where tho very Danillo and he is looking well. cream of countries is displayed' one sees white and light evening gowns of the gauzicst description trimmed with dark fur, aud with beautiful effect. The sleeve,surniounted by a rounded epaulette, is popular. Wil-leu- or Har-dinshuig U display of these goods ever seen in this City and feel certain that you will favor sus with a tjall. A call does not obligate you in any way. We take the greatest pleasure in showing our stock, to the' public as we are h well aware that it is the best possible advertisement g we can have, and our line is at your disposal. It means W business with 3'ou later on. Ladies, don't buj-- until you see our line of $3.00 Respt., Shoes. The' are beauties. -- Successor to J. S. Collins. j 1 nnm. i iirt I'tio nnr111" plete and in charge of Mr. Mihvard Krown, a graduated embalmer and experienced funeral director. oi'TfiL-mnonnt-rmnn- t ri . to' tsJ 5 06 .K,i A lii Phone, No. 21. ESSS5 v.v imimi ompany Freeman Bros., km L,exington, Kentucky. Of i&A'tfcjtvlE-jt- KSS4 PHONE 23.1 Mutual First Street, m Safest Investment . Largest Fronts. AND SURPLUS. ALL WE KNOW ABOUT S115.000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. seven-gore- d S43.000.00 RESERVE Pianos and Ors:ans of experience and hard study is embodmagnificent stock of ours. All we know is at ied hi your service, too. We haven't any trade secrets. We tell of SPECIAL REDEMPTION. Bef.No. Con. No. 74S 1434 707 7S9 791 793 795 797 . . 794 . . Name. Address. Oost. Piid. $141 00 13S 00 147 00 147 00 147 CO 147 00 147 CO 147 00 Priceless rata The fruit years this Bid two-see- the flowers bloom, and a Bueklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salvo in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt BheurnFever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hauds, Chilblains, ConiSi aud all Skin Irruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guarantee! to give j eifett satisfaction or money lefunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & " If a iiricc can be placed on pain, Mother's asanalieii-itorvsrUi its weight: Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. Friend' is wife suffered more n goldminutes with. in ten Uy G. White. either cf'hcr other two children than she did ileelo ly THE BUCK DIAMOND. Com-misio- you the exact facts about every thing you care to ask about Why it is. good, what it's made of, etc. Our leaders, . . 802 . . . 839 . . . 841 . . . 843 . . . 845 . . . 847 . . . 849 . 1199. .855. 1439 - . 857 . 1442'. 6.30pm SJAamJAr LarncbrttAr! uurcln-.L.v Ar 7.50pmliaam 4.40pm1 7.35pm! KLSoamiAr EABTBOCirD. laOamiAr HsrodsbgAr! 4J0pml 16. 7 35am &azn 7.ifm BADeEB BBASS J5FQ. GO r-- w WtSTBOCKD. tNO-6- v s KENOSHA, WIG. v v v 'r gVV ly6-6- v-- v Ko. U.llKaCT.1 sTATions. iKo. 4.03pm 7.40am; Lv Louis vll Ar 1056am 7J0pm IkSBpm 9.06am Ar ShelbvllAr 97am: 6.19pm tiipm iaiAam,Ar VersUes Ar 8.05am 4.15pm ?.Kpm ll.10am.Ar Midway Ar 7.45am 38pm 7.5pm liCSpm.Ar Ceoretn Lv 7.1&am! 3.00pm megTBongn. USTBODXD. BTATIOXB. tNo. LMJfo. S. tNa 6. tKo. 2. 7.40am 4.05pm1 Lv LoulsrU Ar lCv55am TJiOpm ejsapm' VersUes Kirin 7.36pm Lv NichlvlU AT 7J0am Ar Ar IL58am ILSepm Ar Rlchmnd Lv 605am 3.15pm zoupm Ar Irvine Lt Ubpm .. No. L I No. 3. Louisville. 7.40am 7.45pm Lt Lesimrton .. . Ar ia45am 10.35pm ETA-nona. .. Ar KBorrflle...... ..... Ar AsberWe. Ar Savannah.... Ar Jacksonville...... .. .... . Ar Atlanta ....... Ar Macon... Ar Chuncoc Chattasooca . Lt IHrminghaa ... Ar Jacksonville . 8.16pm! 7.46am 5.10am 1.15pm 5.10am 9.15am T.aapm &30am 5.e0am lL40a& 8.10am BJ6pa Ar Ar Meridian...... 3.53am 10.10am Ar New Orleans.. KLSOoEi lassam No. 1 carries Free Chair car Louisville to Lexlajton, there connecting with Solid Vsstl-tm- le Train carrjrinjr through Pullman Sleep-I- n Car to BinBtGcham. Meridian and New Orleans, also makes done connection at Chatta-ooo- m for Atianta, Macon. Jacksonville and Bnnawick. Xe.3eaiea Pullman Sleeper Louisville to tern JiekscavtBe rl Hot Serines. AiAeril w Uaten Slper Lexisetse to New - 6.a5as lLSOnm lLlOpm Wf y. TAT. -, ' LMHWcXr. M- : .T.SyiW. P.4T.A.. M?je-JL- I "WJW . W.-- 9. J. u. cma,r. . JTifiTtnirtmi Vt p. Tfs'l'TiilMi WMMactea, B.C. x r 'i--i uvi kiss acsin. And where, good men, is the harm if the kissers and kissees be healthy, and true love stands sponsor. It is only when has blasted the sweet cleanliness of youth that death lurks upon Its lips. The deadly germs of dread consumption are as harmless as June-tim- e butterflies to the young man or woman who is thoroughly clean, sweet and healthy in every fiber and tissue. The germs of disease only attack that which is already partly decayed. There is a great medicine that is a sure and certain protection against all germs and a speedy cure for all germ diseases. It is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It gives youthful zest to the appetite. The nndersiraed has a farm of 260 acres, as a It corrects all faults of the digestion. It whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at aids assimilation. It fills the blood with g the vital, private saie; sunatea ai elements of the food. It builds sweet, clean, healthy tissues in every part of the body. It drives out all disease germs.-- It cures 98 per cent of all cases of bronchial, throat and lung if taken in time. All good medicine on the waters of Silver CrMk. It is well wa tered. There is no better land in Madison ueaiers sell it, and have nothing justji3 county. fiuyu. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by Mr. Jos. Henderson Dirblun, of 544 Josephine turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, Street, New Orleans, La., writes: for some two, years, suffering from dyspepsia, a etc., within a haU mile of White's Station Post tired feeling-- and loss of energy and appetite. Obk, ten miles from Richmond. I tried oae botUe of Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical T3SMS Sale 'will be made cash, liscorery and fouad.great relief. J took two acre baUsce lo suit purchaser. Tor particulars, of thebottles, three, in all, and one or two vials Pellets. When I was in address again. J recommend Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi cal iweorery to do an that it is claimed to uo." j Geo. D. Vrhite, A man or woman who aeglects fefaaUf constipation sunerB from slow y, White's Station. Ky. poisoning, Br. J'ierce'a Pleasant Pellets cure coastioaiios. Oae little "Pellet" is a geaUe'laxa-tivOft. tMLDWU.'3 , ild cstbrtic aad two SK All Medicine dealers sell tkem. 1.1 He otfccr pills u-- "jo MC9o4." '" :" ?.? ;5 . . J 2kt IT ,5iW, love, lust It!'llooklassies lads so long the and will and kiss J I Ui Fipss, and Ui kk Ops, SALE one-thi- rd FARM iFORI th WHITE'S ) ATION, affec-tiBs.,- good-healt- h I! YRUP PCPSIN monciWN. '- Jl , e, e 4r5p.? Ktdo n The Kentucky State Railroad hVOO 51 50 has received a letter from Col, 51 50 147 CO A- - E. Boone. President of the Black " 51 50 147 CO Diamond railway, stating that the route 51 50 v 147 CO of said road across tho fctato of Ken- vertised to do unreasonable things, but a tucky will bensfoltowsf Beghmitigat scientifically prepared liniment especially REGULAR REDEMPTION. . Ghent, on the Ohio river, in Caroll eCe;iive In adding strength aud elasticity to tbosepartsqf woman's organism which county; Wartw, Gleneoo Sadieville; fccar.the severest strains of childbirth. . 4250 269G- - .8660 12Q CO W J Newman, Lexington Ky-- -. Cyntliiana, Carlisle, Sharpsbur, Prew-itt'- d The liniment nsay be used at any and . 20S6- -. J V Riley, Ver3Hilfes Ky. , 41 50 ,.117"C0 2753 Station, three and a half :uiti.u west ail limes' during pregnancy up to ,the 2822. .2270. .AC.Goode, Lexingteii, Ky, 41 50,.sl!ll7i00 " of confinement. The earlier it of Mt. Sterling; Levee, Clay City, W. P. SEARLES, Business Manager. ? 2913t-23CDBGood,- , is"bgin, and tiie longer ueed, .the more 40.50Jii24rar S. Irvine four liiiies eastrof ilelCee; Man- perfect will be the result, hut it has" been '" .'fc.-,i , Richmond, J&y. chester, Borhourvilie to Jellicb 'Harr- BsedHuring the last month, only with $1.41LCOT$471iee ?j. Totals t ... lotaliMT mites. 'Ike greet beu?fitaud success. ows In Tennessee, ." $3060 00 rrofifOverCost.-- . It iiot'ouly shortens labor &td lessens , i Jit brauch 10 CoIiiuibustQ.,w4irruu from thi twin attending it butitrcatlvdimin- Cynthlaiia to Dover, though Claysvllfe, HsiMS-tlK- t danger to life; of both mother ana Icavesthe mother in a conMt. Olivet and Gerumutowu, total 4tf FOR POLL INFORMATION ADDRESS dition riorciavorabla to speedy'recovcry. miles, "Jlbtlier's Friend " issoldbvdrutTinsta credited, ylth the 'Von Invito disappointment whpn yon 1 at Si.ocr, or sent b.cxpress on receipLof . ri 'TheKiehmo1adfCOw?tixf!l'wl"B, ki experiment, auivatt'e Jntle JSarly circulation' Rceorded to any(iMij)eri Jeeliaiowiwf hi, UMiwk Risers are pleasrit u3y,.thoroughlit-ti- e .Valuable book, for women. 'LBefore tlffeErMhaGpngfesakMUl! Distrfr.!?:", in The onhrjbafcsr in Mdim eitftW pillsV TJiey tors isangupaivon ami 'Baby is Tiara1 seat,reeOtC-agtiot.vbtnh moafit Mil OUt sick lteadiclie just M ,Burxe yiw tke nn; wuwuikwuiwi eo;fi mm, m aomhMM, PrwfJBt to Coirtti x. f - J3 .. Are unexcelled. We also carry in stock the Highest Grade Sewing Machines to be found "in the market. A complete line of Sheet Music can be found at our place of business at all times. The people of Madison and adjoining counties are her last, having previously used our bottles of ' Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing cordially invited .to call andlnspect our selections. to any one espectiag to become a mother," says a customer. We are also prepared-t- o get any piano or instruments Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, i of'Carrai, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator' for parties that we donot carry specially in stock- for less Ccsipauy; of Atlanta Ga., the propric-- 1 purchase them. Leave orders for tors and manufacturers of "Mother's finouey than they can at ofhee. piana tuning . ouc; cf the many internal medicines ad- 801 803 1647 . . SG5 . . 867 . 1201 804 . . 870 . 1444 . 1 874 . ...801. . William Borgel, Louisville, Ky Lexington, Ky . G R Spilman, Danville, Ky . John lu Fisher, Louisville,- - Ky . . .' . . D B Good, Lexington, Ky " . D B Good, " " " . D B Good, ' " " . D B Good, " " D B Good, Johnson & Co, Baltimore, Md - C J Desse, Louisville, Ky .OR MiUSchnll, Lexington, Ky . C W Haydon, Owensboro, Ky ... $ 4!) 50 ,RF D B Jones, . D B Good, Lexington, Ky . R Johnson & Co, Baltimore, Md . R A Good, Lexington, Ky . R F Johnson & Co, Baltimore, 31d . RF Johnson & Co, F - . 807. .875. 809 ., - 43 50 51 50 51 50 51 50 51 50 51 50 5L 50 49 50 44 0 48 50 51 CO 44 50 50 50 51 50 IS 50 51 50 14100 12G 00 .877. 811. .879. . 881 . 813 .HFJohnson&Co, . " " ' . . 815 . . 883 . . R F Johnson & Co, 1445. .885. .Mary A Mason, Lexington, Ky 817 . . 887 . . V F White Estate, " . . .. 819. .889 . WF White Estate, 821 .891 . . Kate Hess, Louisville, Ky . . 823 . . 893 .WE White Estate, Lexington, Ky " 829. .899. . W F White Estate, , l" . W FAVhite Eslate.83L . . 901 R F Johnson & Co, " .....," "... a - 5150 51 50 13S 00 147 00 10 00 144 00 147 00" 188 00 '147 00 147 00 " -- 14700 147 CO 147 00 00 CO '51 50'--' - 5.1.50'- - .4850 51 .....".." "-- .. .'. 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