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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898110901_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. TOLTJME 25. THINGS NOT TO BE BELIEVED. ! .. NUMBER 23. T i f H RICHMOND, Iny "oRasBS SEa.'M Cheer up, ye weary wanderer Through this dark vale of woe, In turn we flnl each hope Fulfilled as journing we go. We're reached at last the Jovial and sadly wished for day When we may put our straw hats and yellow shoes away. MADISON COUNTY, CACCO KENTUCKY, APPEAL TO T0- GROWERS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1898. SZISSk. It matters not whether the trust or the ami trust wins. Tho fact remains 1 that tobacco glowers do not receive a liir living price for their crops. They have heretofore had 1:0 say in fixing It was at the Sunday dinner at Aunt thepiite except tho costly method of TVlien DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed Mary's. As usual, the children had rejecting sales. Forty thousand hogsto cure you. It is the discovery of an eminent physician. their appetites with them, and did AmMade from pure heads of tobarco in Louisville alone Teacher 'What are you laughing ple justice to the first part 'of the proNo Knife ! No Interruption of Business ! are annually rejected. This costs 3011 cream of tartar. iStnnEn at?" "I ain't laughin' me face gramme. But when a delicious The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has rfS;-- ? . Boy 60,000. Why not tend three of your e-pie made its appearance, little cured thousands, and will cure you. lipped." number to attend the daily sales and Tommy, to everybody's astonishment, MR. 11. S. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician whenever Ihe average price is below the burst into tears. IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AMD PLEASURABLE, and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department, says : cost of production authorize them to Totu: "Will you call for help if I at"Why, Tommy darling, what are you ' After years of suffering, DON'S PILE OINTMENT was recstop tho sales, by refusing to put up can also say extreme-- 1 tempt to kiss yu?" ami ommended to me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. crying for?" asked the anxious mother. tobacco until jus Maud: necessary; but I I voluntarily give you this statement, hoping it will be the means omfort;ible, when you are don't see ''Yes, a ifbig strong man like "'Cos Frankie said there wouldn't be Alum baMnjj powders arc the greatest youran advance in tho demand will travtify price? Your why of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others sufmenacers to health of the present day. no dessert." fering with piles." timing in one of our you should require any help." eling expenses in attending your indi"Well, don't you see that Frankie a e BQTM. Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. POWCtW CO., WtW YORK. vidual sales would more than pay the ami handsome Buggies and was only joking?" Mr. Fowler "Tommy, my son, do commissioners. Will you do this? Ph.etons. Our stock of fine you know that it gives me as much "Yes, bobbed poor Tommy; "but I fare. AVhnt? You'll have my name Will you agree to pay tliein 5 cents per is unsurpassed for pain as it does you when I punish was fool enough to believe him, and I an' address? All right, my ton jou hogshead, for refusing to put up your CHATTANOOGA, TENN. filled up on roast beef." can have them an' welcome, an' if you tobacco instead of paying the ware: . beauty, style, durability and you?" I L I SBl 4av a Tommy "Well, there's some satiswant to send the President of the road housemen $1.50 for u'jeclingit? Will general superiority, and we faction It would have saved a martyred host, to see me tell him to come right along you assemble yourselves ou the third in that, anyhow." Much of war and slaughter. B are celling them at prices that j H HH jm Had Mary and the Holy Ghost an' I'll give him some pointers 'bout Monday in November nest at our a Had a little daughter. how to run a railroad! Send the whole county seats and appoint delegates to a will surprise you, quality conCustomer: "Look here, all the buty blamed corperation to me if you want State convention to select men to atJohn Donelson. tons came off this coat the lirut time I A !antern-jawe- d sidered. yoUDg man stopped to! The whole caboodle of 'm couldn't tend to this business for you? Will wore it." not far from hereby make me pay any fare over ag'in when sign this agreement Isaacs ''Yes? So manv beobles ad- at a village SOLICITOUS WANTED EVERY T and yelled out: "Anything for I've paid it once!" WHERE for "The Story or the Philippine" mire dot coat dot you scbwell agree to place the selling of my tobacco mit 1 bv Marat Halstead, comiuissioned by the Govfc in the hands of the Commissioners to ernment as Official Historian to the War De- pride and burst dose puttons olL Ain't the Wattses?" George, our polite post51 partment The book was written in army master, replied: ".No, there is not." He's a versatile chap, is the YanL.ee lad, be selected by the State convention of camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with it?" No matter from whence he may hail hotpiUls at Honolulu, Watts?" "NothMerritt, in the "Anything for Jane 9 tobacco growers to be held in Ixwisville trenches at in Hone KonR. in the American with "Take it back I told you 'Battle Ax.' ing." "Anything for Ada Watts?" From the States where the gulf waters ripple on the 4th Monday in November, 189S, A WARNING TO HOKES. Manila in the insurgent camps so glad. on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, "No, sir." ""Anything for Tom Watts?'' iil and to allow them 5 centb for each s? Or its hail Every man who has once chewed Battle Ax and n the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. i ne oiner any j came across my "No, nothing " "Anything for 'fool He isthe North, with its snow and away hot for the fray as he starts Bonanza for agents. Brimiui 01 original picbogbhead of tobacco sold above the avt tures taken by govennent photographers on friend Jenk, who is a trifle or who has made up his mind that he will chew Joe' Watts?" "No, nor Dick Watts, Jim To the echoing sound of the drums, erage cost of production to be deterii the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. ed. Catching me by the lop button of AVatts, nor sweet Watts, nor any other But he's cool enough and he wins the day Freight paid. Credit gn en. Dror all trashy it will not accept any substitute- - There is a mined by the State convention ?" Will $ :J When the moment of combat comes. unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, my coat, as is his custom, lie began a H y T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge., Wattses, dead, living, native, foreign, you sign this and stick to it? There &y neculiar excellence in oct26-S lengthy conversation. IJeing fully pre- civilised, or uncivilised, saage or bar O, the Yankee lad can direct a plow, 1 ihicago We want to talk to you about our new line of Foot u will be sold in Louisville alone not less pared, I coolly brought forth h pair of barous, male or female, white or black, Or any machine you select; it that can only be He's full of new "notions, "and knows just how than 150,000 hogsheads of the 1893 crop. f Wear for Fall. We think we have the most interesting yfl CARDS. scissors, and. cutting the button off. PROFESSIONAL. To make calculations correct. lraiicniseu or uibirancniBeii, naturalthan The average cost of this is not understood and ap-- m& fiE n a S; left him holding an animated conver- ised or otherwise. No, there is positive- For a bit of a trade alert is he, display of these goods ever seen in this City and feel W S cents per pound. Unless you do IS preciated by trying it. sation with it I haven't seen him ly nothing for any of the Wattses And his hoods al ays balance aright; something to protect your interests it ATT03TET5. certain that vou will favor us with a call. A call does And, incidentally, you'll agree, since. No matter what brand you have been chewing, either individually, severally, now and lie's a mighty good hand in a fight. will not average more than six cents. m S not obligate you in any way. We take the greatest W for ever, one and inseparable." O VV. MILLER. This means a loss to you of the enorBattle Ax is better, and if you will try it you will GETS THESE. The boy looked at the postmaster in mous sum of tluee million dollars on A BACHELOR TALKS OF RABIES. pleasure in showing our stock to the public as we are f De oyster is a humble brute. Attorney-at-Lasay so yourself. astonishment, and said: "Please look one crop of tobacco. On you stand Down in de sea he hab to root. Kentucky. A crying evil a cross baby. rib Richmond, n well aware that it is the best possible advertisement '."J m if there is anything for John Thomas He's homely an' his shell is hard In! The cradle is appropriately called this? At 5 cents commission on each V Building, next door to Office in the Burnam But he's first upon de menu card. Watts." Er. m hogshead the cost would be only seven teb3-lM we can have, and our line is at your disposal. "the roi.k of ages." means a Farmer's National Bank. it For a. baby there should always be a thousand five hundred dollars. What Two men engaged in a cannon manubusiness with you later on. Births took place recently in two col- 6lip 'twixt the cup and the lip. IN is this compared to 3 000 000. Your irrv-A-ar- . factory in New York, were overheard ored families living in the same house commissioners could be on the breaks A medical journal says: "If a child Ladies, don't buy until you see our line of $3.00 m discus-sinan important question. at the same time, says a western exfresh milk, boil it." by the first of December next. If you Respt., Shoes. They are beauties. 'In your opinion, which is the more change. The fortunate father of the does not thrive on how long the child are compelled to realize on your crop Attorney-- a Law, does not say important part of a cannon the hole single child thought he conld afford to It you could use your waiehouse receipts KENTUCKY. Counly Court Days. RICHMOND, CALL AT should be boiled. or the steel?" said one. laugh at the poor wretch who became opThere aro as many different kinds a- collateral and borrow money until Tan's, Uourbon county, first Monday. Office over Taylor's Hardware store, "The hole, of couise," was the reply. possessed of twins. So had the tiiree your tobacco is sold. This vou could p posite Court House, on Main Street. peoRichmond, Madison county, first Mon"What e in the world voulda can- children plactd together in one bed, of babies as there are of grown-uple, and the difference in disposition well alford to do rati.er than suffer a day. non he without a hole in it?" aud the other poor man's horror when loss of $3 000,000 by a forced sale on an H. B HOGG, 2 4k'&s23d. i&X&r 'You are wrong. The steel's more tie was told that his wife had given can be observed at a very early age. f Lexington, Fayette county, second overstocked market or a market with AT LAW. There is, for instance, tho hungry, ATTORNEY Phonft. TsTo. 21. important; for how many men could Monday. may be better imagSALOON PARLOR grasping baby. He grabs at every- out competition. The present report Kentucky. you kill with a hole with nothing birth to triplets ij."trsll Itii iivnxn, ined than described. But in the sequel Stanford. Lincoln county, second MonWHEN IN TOWN. thing and refuses to let go. He cries that '"the combine is busted,' is all round it?" the brilliant humorist was faced with lor everything- he sees, no matter how bosh. The same report was circulated day. e Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. a situation which even lie did not con s Georgetown, Scott county, third Monbig it is or how far oil" it may be. He just before the July convention. Heed Counsel "What is your age mad template. The children were all very Coolest and most refreshing will reach out for the moon or a twenty- - it not. To control the price of both day. M. OnENAULT, am?" J C. &D much of a color, and each exhibited fooi sign on a of drinks that can be found the raw material and the manufactured and if he could Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. sir." that remarkable uniformity or expres- reach them he would make an honest goods offers the manufacturers an opATTORNEYS AT LAW, in the city are dispensed Kicholasvillc, Jessamine county, third Counsel "Married or single?" sion which usually characterizes ex- effort to jam them iuto his Kentucky. by and accommoRiciiMovn, mouth. portunity of making millions of dollars Monday. Witness "Single I never had an treme infancy. The consequence was dating clerks. He evidently thinks he has a mouth at the expense of the producers aud - offer of marriage in my life, and if it is that when the time arrhed to explain Clark countv, fourth Winchester, consumers which is too enticing for Office on Second street, over ChenGenuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. of any interest to the court I don't the joke, the women in attendance as big as that of the Thames. Like a them long to resist. Will you con- Monday. anlt s grocery. mindsaying that I have worn false hair found it absolutely impossible to tell tramcar, it has never been ascertained tinue to sink down to the ' pauper SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Versailles, vvoodford county, fourth how much that greedy kind of baby for nearly thirty years." PHYSICIANS. which was which and which t'other. will contain. When such infants grow Europe" level ? Or will you make Monday. Second St. Phone 3. Counsel "Hnra! That man is all, The puzzle has not yet been satisfacan effort to free yourselves from the ' BWiniOXD, KY. Look before you leap ; otherwise vou madam. There is no use trying to torily solved, and the respective parents up, if they have the ability, they be tvranny of insatiable greed? DR. H. R. GIBSON, won't recognize yourself afterward. shake the diiect testimony of so truth- remain in a perplexing and unhappy come millionaires and monopolists. S. E. 11 uiitox, M. D. Then there is the fighting papoose. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ful a woman ab you are." state of doubt, and do not know what He is born with both fists Soothing, healing, cleaning, cleans- All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerro Plasters. doubled up. Kentucky. P IIMON'I) Many a household is saddened by to do. Salve is ing. De Witt's Which l He pulls his nurBo's hair, hammers "I say, mister, did you see a dog to keep on his brothers uid sisters on the head death because of the failure the implacable enemy of sores, burns come by here that looked as if he were THE MAN WHO IS READY SOW. Oftce in the Joe Cc.lini building, 18 and so jflWPfl IsTow in stock and on with his rattle, pulls the kitten's tail hand a safe and absolutely certain cure and wounds- It never fails to cure weei.oerWnice ..old drnestore. a year, or a year and a half, or two years I want to join the army for croup such as One Minute Cough Piles. You may rely upon it. DougofT, and is so many pounds of purscus-sednessale, I bought before And wear a uniform; old?" said a tourist to a countryman at your little ones are las cc "Wello. When that style of infant Cure See that I want to be a soldier, since the large advanceCHAS. HOOKER, the roadside. Doug" There are no forts to storm. matures nothing in the world can pre- protected against emergency. ment in prices 20,000 "Yes," said the countryman, thinkNEW YORK FASHIONS. I ETERINARY SURGEON, las & Wells. I want to have brass buttons, vent him from developing into a policerolls of paper and ing himself quizzed. "He passed about I'd like some shoulder-strapGraduate Ontario Veterinary College. man or desperado that is, if he has not "will have plenty of So that I might look down upon an hour, or an hour and a half, or two The newest house gowns are as baggy got much mental capacity. All ordinary chaps. 3 cent paper on sale in front as ever. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. - hours ago; and is now a mile, or a mile But the joy of the housphold is the I want to be a soldier, Office up stairs, over store recently accu- and a half, or two miles ahead; and he next season. Re- Or any of those The backs of all bodices are severely skinners on the water, nor i; this oicture d reduced baby that sleeps most of I want a s ord to wear; ..! w Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy bt.. had a tail about an inch, or an inch One of the most interesting religious apr7-lmember I pledge you here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that Richmond, Ky. plain in lit. I want to ride a horse and smash the time, and laughs and crows while characters in the State is tho Itev. and a half, or two inches long." no advance in prices The hearts of maidens fair; The skirts of house gowns are trimawake. Such an infant it no more John S. Greathouse, who has just begun 'That'll do," said the tourist. And EH, M. D I'd like to join the army C. ASP II. on jjoods now in stock and med from belt to hem; either trouble than a rag baby. When he a revival in the at Glasgow. At the present moment, for he passed on. Medicine and Surgery. at intervals. grows up, if tie has money he becomes He asserts that Christ will again visit those bought before the ad It'll be a long, long time before Building, MainStrcet. Office Collins We have another war. a philanthropist. There is a fortune in the earth in lS'.K), and says he is waiting Waste none ex your The Old Beliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters, where he lias The new overakirt happily lacks the vance. place) on The barber he wagged his tongue of power, (the Unrr TV ephone nt residence Ilroadway. store for tho man who can get out a and working that he may be able to weight aud clumsiness of bygono prede- valuable time looking at small been for over :1 years, in thegood old town of Richmond, and still ready to wait But mad he had become, "My good man," 6aitl the preacher, patent on that style of baby. When he'd talked to his customer half an Richmond, - - - - - Kentucky. give a good account of himself when cessors. Its lines are very graceful aud sample books of old time wall on his old customers, and as many new ones as will favor him with their patronhour. age. is and "it pains me deeply to hear you scoff. "the Redeemer appears." The evange- artir-tiepapers. 250 boxes of "Window goods His stock and beiui: added to constantly, place.you will lind you can tret Then found he was deaf and dumb. cheaper Anything he tells you is better there than any other Keniarkuble Kescue. Don't you know that there is a hereEA'ANS, M. D., W. 1889 he has walked While sleeves are uniuistakiably plain Glass bought before advance just as represented, and you can rely on it. Give hiui a call and encourage Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield.IIl., list says that since after?" i. over 10,000 miles, preached o,C00 ser- yet tho&e for house wear are so prettily A girl employed in a cotton mill one sold to you at home trade. "No," replied the wicked one; I don't makes'the statement that she caught mons, visited 10,000 sick people, mar- triimued at the shoulders that they do in prices will be day got a neighbor to read a letter to than others can : she was cold, which settled on her lungs less prices PlIVS.CIAX AND SOEGEON, know anything of the kind." ried 300 couples and had printed for not appear to be severe. mornwhich she had buy them. Putty and glazing . - - Kentucky her from her young received that being "Well, then, let me endeavour to con- treated for a month by her family phy- free distribution more than 600,000 ser ifltHMOVD ing man. which, lied w in great favor for little girls. points. All exist- sician, but grew worse. He told her and Paints, Oilr, Varvince you that there is a future inons. In all hiR sermons there is but & Co. interpreted, read: "Dear Alice, Will ence, when all the mistakes committed she was a hopeless victim of consump- one that contains the pronoun I, as he A charming cloak shown by Best nishes, Window shades. you be my wife?" Not wishing her DR. T. J. TAYLOK, for a miss of six, is of a warm, welcome in this life will have to be accounted tion aud that no medicine could cure says the Scripture forbids anyone neighbors to know what answer she shade of scarlet, with deep shoulder PractUiuner in Medicine and Surgery, tier. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's for. You don't know what a comfort wed with the Holy Spirit to speak The fruit of years of experience and hard is emboJ-ie- d Kentucky would give, she thought she would pareinents trimmed with many rows of Richmond will be to you if you can get this be- New Discovery for Consumption; she of himself M. WILLIS, dispatch it herself. So she got a needle, it thoroughly established in your bought a bottle and to her delight in this magnificent stock of ours. All we know is at of very narrow black silk braid, fancilief and residence on Second Street broke off the eye, and stuck it on the mind. Think of again meeting those found herself benefited from first dose. fully disposed at the corners. 3our service, too. We haven't airy trade secrets. We tell 209 W. BUS STREET. What it Costs to Raise a Boy. oottom of his letter with a piece of She continued its use and after taking " Some ladies still affect a fall of lace 3ou the exact facts about every thing 3011 care to ask about who have gone before; of Not long ago a man living in a westDENTAL SITilGSBT. Whv it is good, what it s made of, etc. Our leaders: BUSH "Stay hold on! Stop right there! six bottles, found herself sound and ern town made the assertion that it over the hand. The fashionable house & GIRTS PIANOS, and UNITED STATES ORGANS, The idea of meeting those who have well, now does her own housework costs a great deal to rear a boy and be sleeve is more elaborately trimmed ALL WOMEN. gone before is the very thing that and is well as she every was Free gan to add: I opened an account with round tho wrist than lor many a year. are unexcelled. We also carry in stock the Highest Grade "Dt. "0aw.M-f- t "tt- - "&osou Should know that the "Old Time" Remedy, makes me most anxious to keep the be trial bottles of the Great Discovery at my oldest son when he was born and All widths of libbon will be used for Sewing Machines to be found in the market. A complete DKTTIST, lief in a future existence for taking hold Perry & Thomas' Drug Store, Successors kept it faithfully, charging him with trimming purposes. line of Sheet Music can be found at our place of business at of Louisvilu, Ky. of me. If there's to be any meeting to W. G. White. Large bottles 50 cents every cent paid out on his account, exall times. The people of Madison and adjoining counties are Taffetas and soft wool goods show Building, next door to Government to . 0 oil the other side I want to be counted and $1 00. RichmSnd, Ky Office hours 9 to cept board, while at home. The boy pinkish heliotrope shades in a variety cordial invited to call and inspect our selections. novl-l- y out." was 21 years old not long ago and I that is pleasing to the eye. We are also prepared to get an3 piano or instruments KENTUCKY CAPTURED THE BANNER. n 'My dear sir!" exclaimed the nearly paralvzed him by handing litm a Ladies of delicate organism who lind for parties that we do not cany specially in stock for less for rent. preacher, "I cannot fathom Four nice rooms h At the annual session of bill Tor $5,918 60, being the amount a boned corset burdensome, may wear mone3 than the can purchase them. Leave orders for your meaning." cough makes Every Hob-sothe National Convention of the Gen paid out to keep him alive and reason- the negligee It. & G., with pleasure and piana tuning at office. Call at Dental Oliice oi Dr. if you had buried four wives "Well, your throat more raw comfort. It conforms to tho artistic eral Missionary Societies of tho Chris ably happy. The Dewey Music Company, zvecy I think you could." and requirement as well as to the immedi tian church, held at Chattanooga, OctoVf. P. SEARLES, Business Manager. Second Street, Richmond, Ky. next door to postottice. cough congests the lining 13 to 21, in which the work of the ate personal need of pliancy check isn't good on this line of ber "That membrane of your lungs. young Deople was represented under Kobe dresses of the Victorian era aro cars, madam," said the conductor on a ryt. FRED SMITH, Cease tearing your throat of the Christian Woman's - the auspices revived. Few Points Lexington street car to an old longand lungs in this way. DENTIST. Is the best for Femilc TreuBex. Corrects all seveu narrow woman recently in presence of Board of Missions, a National banner jawed of Some skirts show In Female Orcans. Should bo Put the parts at rest and was to be awarded the State having the SUPERIORITY- over Collins' Grocery, same office taken for Cbasje ot Life and before ruflles overlapping each other, and the writer. give them a chance to lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. janll-lPUnters "u 4 Tint Kcmtaies jjuvo siouu mo largest per ceatage of its Mission Bands test for twenty years. "What?" heal. You will need some each one a different shade of one color. and Junior Societies upon the roll of Cleanliness goes Sew Ppcrccr Medicine Co., wrong check." Evelyn Cablu and you "You have the help to do this, . etincssee. C. MORGAN, tloonlybr honor. This meant that each of the with health. If tee DR will find it in "The wrong check?" 1,987 organizations must give more to have catarrh any-J"Yes, ma'am. We don't take those Missions Perryis Thomas, druggists, successors to W. where we can. this year than last. The banr lino." checks on this G. White. Over All Other Heaters. DENTIST. not be wholly ner was awarded to Kentucky; 94 per rSpDWfrT M-"It's the identical check the transfer cent, ot tier Bands and clean. over Madison National Bank, aOffice Juniors were jiy6-i- y Maliesystem-ati- c man gave me." Richmond, Ky. honor Ihe practically think efforts to "Can't help it, ma'am. It isn't good largest organizations Ohio made the of some Wanled-- An Idea Who cansimple offering, Kentucky the second. lamg to paisnw INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BUST FIRE E0WI, be free from on this car." Protect Tonr Idras: ther mar brine you wealth. " A Band at Cleveland, O., won the dis Write JOHN WKODEHBUEN CO- - Patent Attor this distrusting Produces the following ftcsuLTs: Dr. Louis 1. "He gave it to me." neys, Washington. D. - for their $1,830 prixe offer OF? tinction or being tho "Banner Band." fliseasc. Mrs. L. A. Johnston, 103 imi; ot two hundred lnrenUons wanted. "Well, I can't take that check, and Perfect combustion of Soft The Self Denial," of Bichmoud, Ky., Pilham and Ttipley Sts., Montgomery, Great Economy Coal, consuming all the Fumes you'll have to pay your fare." three-quarter- s of a made the second largest offering in the Ala., tells her experience with catarrh Within and Gases, gaining just so Cincinnati. Ohio, "What?" in this. HON. G. T. CALDWELL, No. 513 West Ninth Street, Richmond. Ky., on much more, heat that In other of tho stomach and how she "was mile of Owensboro, Ky. United States. Mrs. Mary Smith will beat Mr. J. B. Willis', stoves Is wasted. 'You'll have to pav your fare " cured: 1898, of Dauville, Every it as rich as Superintendent WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9th. "I will hey? Now, youug man, you've for Kentucky. liasState pretty banner in "I will state to you that I have cream. inch oflies ison the best Parkersburg, W. Va., Kecom- - The Cross Drafts from the Bowl, causes tho heat to the of returning every second Wednesday oot each up ag'in the wrong customer bumped bo radiated to the floor Instead of to tho month. Reference every physician febl6-lcharge, and the Bands under her gui- taken eight bottles of your xo say, pike in the county; the land From the first dose the celling, like other direct draft stovet. when you talk like that to me. Puy and rejoice two of mends Wrights Celery and mond, Ky. begin: the quiet and rest is rolling to level; UU acres my fare? I've paid my fare, an all the dance, will no donbt hold it nest year. God bless Dr. llartman and Great Satisfaction in this. Capsules. tickling in the throat And I earnestly assure you that it are in grass; excellent water corporations an' monoperlies street car Robbed the Grave. ceases; the spasm weakR has dene me more good than, any medithat ever was orgauized to grind down well, cistern and spring. ens; the cough disap- Perfect control of the fire, cine I havo ever taken in my life. I W. V.4., PABKERSBUIta, Great Comfort TFiWity the poor and oppressed couldn't make mi r J A startling incident of which Mr. prescribe It to every one Buildings: An elegant two 10 an even heat can be mainpears. Do not wait for I meet who January 26, 1993. pay it ag'in, an if you want to think John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the tained, and a good fire kept me UHPHECECcr-"Hbat, Economy, in this. and conis suffering, as the best medicine in aud a half story new brick of pneumonia over night. Durability Of No. Ml Fourth Avenue, XouisTille, Ky., will that heaven an' earth has bumped to subject is narrated by him as follows: the world, and have mado many con- 10 rooms, the finest arm res- The "Weight Mei. Co., sumption but cut short Columbus, Ohio. be at the Hotel Glyndon, Richmond, Ky., on Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction- gether you just try to put me ofPn this "I was in a most dreadful condition. verts who are now rejoicing in tho idence in the couut3T; immense your cold without delay. man ! You'd think My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk- great good which they have derived cai! I have been using Gentlemen:Capsules since Novem1898, Wednesday, Hov. 23, 3 tenement houses, Wright's Celery Dr. Avert Cherry Pecyou was careeniu' along on the aidge of en, tongue coated, pain continually in from tho same. I- can tell you that I barns; entirely relieved of indiges- one of which is a good frame ber, 1S94, and find them to be as recom- month. Eyes exReturning one day In each a Dakoty cyclone or trying to buck ag'in back and sides, no appetite gradually am almost toral Plaster should he Jt nrst oecan taicing mem menueo. has amined, and glasses scientifically adjusted. a simoon. I never was put offacar growing weaker ay by day. Three tion, that great foe which can tortured of 5 rooms and- complete set while at Hot Springs, Aik., under treatoverthe longs of every pernow eat of buildings me so many years, and oct5-l.really ment for Sciatic Rheumatum. Liver and which yit, an' I ain't gom' to be put off now, physicians had given me up. Fortunate- anything desire without it is fruits or son troubled with a cough. conductor all be- ly, a friend advised trying "Electric Bit- somethingI acid.' makes ilva separate farm. We Stomach troublePonstipation whichthe by no found a long KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. an un- had beenCapsules Bufferer., Igreat relief will selL this place cause thw company has men in its em- ters," and to my great joy and surprise Write gave me Celery To understand tho scientific action E. LIS. CITE, Pittirtt, Laiajlw, lj. TJruuaftl opportunlUei vni long ploy that don't know their biziuess. I the first bottle" mado a decided improve- of usually low figure $14,000. rora the beginning and have used them 's for awllfj it is best to have Dr, - """ LITERARY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, AND COMtold that transfer man just where I was ment. I rontinned their use for three brine too m!lcl cash, balance ever since. "Wjth pleasure, and unsohook for women or his Terms," one-hal- f special Frely all the partlculmrs In Toni cut. MERCIAL COLLEGES. coin' but he was bo busy tryin' to llirt weekstand am now a well man. I know book or. chronic catarrh. Thesejwoks m one, two. tnree, iour ana licited. I recommend them to any and Tell nj whit Tocr "Pene"8 Too all Buffering with like afflictions or either! with Tuition fir Uterarv and Bible Course J22 a bn receiveour Cbemr 1'eetorU. & Gentry.) with a girl standing on the corner that thev saved my life, and robbed the are mailed freely the (Successor it prompt reply, without win years. Send for our dist 01 teem, very vruiyyonrs, year. More than twenty teachers. $10,000 Columbus, O. . AU five Company, prmnaslnm ThnnMnHinf fuiccessfal altlBSBj. he couldn't attend to biziuess properly grave of another victim." No oneslionld VHAKUS6 A. JJAW1W.EUJ. JU. of farmtfor sale. bodal and moral welfare of students receive druggists sell special attention. Onen to both sexes. For and that how it come that he gave me fail to try 'them. Only 50 cents Sold'by Drncflt. 'fcifTTLE, , Oc ents aao 8 per dox. uau at !Prm JlyZMI "WILUiMS catalogues address the President. arag Thomas' Drug Store."Suc-aworiABk any druggist fur a frre $i.w that check, an' nowyoujiave tho a" 0 Almanac for the year 1809. , OweaiboretXy., store and get free Maitue. to pay my 211& 3d to (W. GWhUer au2l-to 'tell SCQee' Fills. wonl. put it in mi envelope, and got a neighbor to address it to her intended. The feelings of the young man can better be imagined than described when he opened the envelope, to find his own letter with this curious reply: "Eye wool." TRUST OR NO TRUST-- AN m iW i I Tilt M 1 1 JT 311 -- It V Baking Powder Saieguards the food s Why Suffer Agony l?fM vin" yu appl- against alum BAKIWQ eas' DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, I ". la oct-l- post-offi- Bide-for- d to-wi- t: '! -- V 11 11 Agui-nald- o. m ONE MOMENT 1 short-bigh- A PLEASE ! m 3&LE.v jCfllliCAlL IfLWW wl i Ie-- m f m y emember the name 1 -- $0fteMAMMMMM when you buy again. s It u-- Freeman Bros. First Street. 31-3- - 0 hut-sho- Witness--,4Fortli-seve- n, up-to-da- te la-- THIS IS sea-goin- of ! IL-uc- Sec-i7- - s. gyiiii s, RBLIQIOUS. U NOT j: -- geod-nature- d M J contin-ously.- Court-hous- or e ID. IE3. JRIMIIEIR,, fjf Hou i . je29-Gu- m hm bm eu-d- o .- ce 1. stud' 12-- 1 t stop I owning irritable, horror-stricke- forty-nint- n, AN e. y OPLE Chlld-BIrt- J. LulnUj Cherry pectoral m'$ T tSffadmnt jfcome GRAND FAR- decS-ly- sir tjjt'ast 4&35Mm 160 ACRES, It C- 4 Wal-de- n, Pc-ru-- y. Man-a-li- n Pe-ru-n-a.' Dr Goldstein, f JLord-a-mass- - FOR SALE BV n y ninety-poun- iotheDoctor. d at I -- Pc-ru-- Hart-man- D.B. Shackelford &Co., to Shackelford - Pc-ru-- per-bot-tl- e iin-pide- at-Per- ry T c l. Richmond, - - Kentucky. f .. 81-- All druggists sell Dr. PfcU v. Wv ' -- h - w fF-..j- .. ,"l ? !i " U ha FjyVW ru 8 I i r - now thinking of voting against the men who were instrumental In securing them the places" Oct SO, '95 Tyler that Rej. a CHESAVLT, I Proprietors and Editors. publicans, showed conclusively are worse Spinal Disease the Result of a even in Kentucky, A. D. MILLER. Fall Abscesses Formed. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. than Dick Tate" Oct. 23, '1)5. "Vole for Goodloe and Chenault is a Kentucky Clergyman Reports What 1F9S. vote along the line of States Rights" EDNEfcDAY. NOV. , The Richmond Climax. Wonderful Cure avy of the largo firm of McKinnoy, Scrivner and Chenanlt, three Madison county gentlemen in the dry goods business at Winchester, proprietors of the cele- Ort- - 2, '95 PUIILIHE1) ZVr.K". WRIINKSUAY BY Fna Gl:max Printing J'lUCK PICK Co. YKAK, $1.50. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ft FOII CONGRESS, IIOX. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHULBY OUNTY. C ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CONGRESS. to announce W. H. ZIEG-Lb.We are uf I'hkjh Mills, Jessamine county, a candidate oo the Prohibition ticket for Con-prfrom the Eighth CosgresMonal District U KrBtiicly- eoct-Vtd-c j j FOR AUDITOR. We are aatborited to announce JOHN It. CHKNAULT. of MjinoB eonaty, a candidate tor the oMee at tiate Auditor, subject to the actio of the Democratic State Convention. TIPTON'S REECORD 1 wi-- h i SY TIP HIMSELF. to Hltl new evidence to my why all jiolilieians should distract !JH siHceriiy of French Tipton and iMfcitate to train in his company henceforth. I shall quote from the Iiijcw while UK was its editor, its only editor, and it every paragraph lMsfo reprinted does not stamp his he ren-- Hs mot consummate turron-de- r :uanhood, then indeed of I "hi k liar and unfit for the nssocia lion of KenOeuien." As each of these P'trnsnili ias.es under your careful fcrutiHy, leinemher that a few weeks thereafter this sanctified disciple of National Ilonor secretly and covertly stabbed the jHirty that had fed and c.otbed him sinee his youth, and to which he still red his old companions to be true, whilst lie knifed it in the dark. Remember all this was writton Tijiiou before Judge Chenault bf bought the tun ax, and just before the havioras the against Bennett and Barnaul is a vote against a strong idea of centralized government." Oct. 2, '95. All the foregoing articles are copied frjm files of the Ci.im.vx examined by half a dozen gentlemen from the bearing the name "FRENCH TJPTOX, EDITOR," and if they do not accord with his present views, it has nothing to do with my declaration that he has no politics at all. Perhaps he is one of those inexplicable olitical eccentricities who changed their politics tlnough the force of; constitutional vacillation, due to the irresistible attraction of a permanent still house watch. Who knows? 1 stated recently that Tip had agreed 'to shoot as he was paid." You know what a bouquet of choice epithets I re- ceived from his stock in trade. But you did not know, for certain, that 1 had told the truth as it was told to me. But I did not misquote, or garble, or nianufucture a shred of falsehood. 1 simply quoted the gentleman who has since told Tipton to his face that I had tola the truth. Now let's see if Tip did any shooting as he was paid. He had a regular heminorhage when I him of it. .Here is his original idea of What a Gold Bug Is, published by him in the Cumav aiti:k Judge Chenault hired him to supervise the paper, and cautioning him to avoid all abusive epithets concerning the Gold A vote pa-pe- ts ed uhe fell from a loft and strained herspine. Bince then she has been subject to spinal Hood's Sarsaparilla Did. The character of the people who testify to the merits of Hood's Sarsaparilla is worthy of consideration. Read what a Kentucky clergyman says: "When our little girl was 3 years old Bhe wa3 very delicate and did net have much appetite, and bscesscs formed on thelef t side of her spine, which discharged brated Klondike Store. With beauty, amiability, education and accomplishments, on the one hand, and thrift, good moral character and intelligence on the other this match should prove a happy one, and such tho Climax joins all their friends iu hoping it will be. The ceremony took place in tho presence of quite n number of relatives anJ disease, and lost tho use ot her limbs. GILBERT WINS. The Gray Gelding "Also Ran.' The Shelby Statesman Wins by 1,000 to 1,500. continually and she was obliged to lie on her right side all tho time. We procured a bottle ol Hood's Sarsaparilla and she began taking It. THO nrst eneci waa to ana cnauie xier iu now ption 8. Ward, Rev. B. of her deformity. Kemember Chaplin, KentTScky. I A feature of the event whs the' presence of the beautiful little flower maidens, Misses Hester and Tom Co'.e Covington, a blonde and brunette, in spotless white. The wedding march was played by Miss Uessie Turley, and the ceremony, brief but solemn, was acters m branHort said by Rev. T. Q. Martin, of Winchester. After the ceremony the happy couple left for a bridal trip in the East. friends. and Mrs. Sweets were united in marriage about seven or eight years ago. Mr. Sweets is one of the ioreniobt young pastors of the Presbyterian church in Kenluckv, and baa charge of a fine church in Portland, Louisville. The Frankfort Roundabout of says: "It is authoritatively announced that Rev. Wm. Crowe, Jr.. the talented and popular young pastor of the Southern Presbyterian church, of this city and Miss Grace Pilkingion, the handsome and beloved daughter of Mr Ad. Pilkington, of this city, will be married about the middle of December." While at Frankfort recently we enquired about the reputation as a niinis'er borne by our fiiend Rev. Wm. Crowe, Jr, and found the sentiment there unanimous, that he is both able and popular. C"l Craddock recently pronounced one of his bermons tho best he bad heard in years. The young ladv who is soon "to be Mrs- - Wm Crowe, Jr , is one of the loveliest char last-wee- w WWW Ni N. k M tt. IM n XJt4.JfcA4. ' ' ' ' ' ' 7l VI &ff 3 ! M m-wi i l N w y N Are you married? to any particular house, if so get a divorce and buj' where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to nry store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in "Wraps, Dress I mean Goods, Underwear, Wool HosieryrBlankets, and Notions of all kinds. Comforts MARRIED k DON'T FORGET stoek of gooBs is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices Ahaiare.uo.w- making them go: Blankets, 10-- for 38c. to 85.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50e. Ladies' Vests, 15e. and up. o I? Hose, 19c. Ladies' Spool Cotton, lc. and up. - Is tho best in fact the One True Hood's Sarsaparilla Turiner. Rlood PERSONAL. on business. Mr. Win. Rice, of Rico Station, was here Monday. Mr. T. M. Lackey, of Paint Lick, has gone to Colorado. Miss Matti'e Tribble visited Miss May Denny at Manse last week. Miss Grace Pearson, of Lexington, is visiting Mits Annie Bennett. Mrs Sue Prewitt, of Lexington, visited Mrs. Ann Walters last week. Mr. Milton Covington is very low- at his home on the Lancaster pike. Messrs. James and John Park, of Irvine, were in this city yesterday. Miss Mary Tribble was the guest last week of Miss Jithel oarner, at wmenes Wyatt-Edstx- nOOQ S PUIS ,, cure nausea, Indigestion, biliousness. Price2sc. Madison Cuts Down The Republican Majority About 300. of Judge J. C. Chenault is in Rockcastle Charles Ofittt, twice Speaker the Kentucky legislature, committed suicide at Omaha last Thursday, while temporarily insane from illness Madison county's credit is all right. A block of SI 12.000 railroad bonds were sold recently at 103. The bonds bear four per cent, interest. Clark county can do as well and if the turnpike bonds are voted this will reduce our rr.ti of interest from six per cent, to way below four. Winchester Demo- 12 r Smith Friday. Miss Katie Harvey left last Thursday for Louisville, after a delightful visit to Stixvjet. James Stinuet, aged 80, The classes. Miss Mary Little. Out of their own mouths come conThe dead rank slickers. died near Valley View last Thursday. was demnation. Chauncey I. Filley sfatCor. Main and 1st Sts Miss Carrie Ricgs has returned lrom Richmond, Ky. The bond holders. Gkken. On last Tuesday, near evidently justified in resigning. Addres 5,000. Six Germany, and is taking post graduate The galoots. State Lick, the little daughter of Mr. Isew York elects Roosevelt, Repub- workatBryn Mawr. M M M jf jf j The big mannfactureis. H ft tt Head: ft (. sing the Republican Convention, he Ni WKfand Mrs. O. P. Green. lican, Governor by J50 000. Chicago numince, be The traitors. Mr. Hady Douglas, a popular C U. said: 'We arv for the Absolutely no other news obtainable student of last year, was the guest of Bhoaddus. Mattie, the little daughlBUn.l. Teller, or Cieveiand. Climax, The theorist- "I resign the leadership of the Re- although we wired -s. The dter of Thomas Broaddus. died of diphfour daily papers July 1, IHHO friends here hst week. publican party in Missouri because I The nie hunters. theria last Monday, near Syloam. -r'rwui tlm tiuie till November will Mrs. Richard Hooker, nee Miss do not wih to be associated with the hMjeiUs." Cumi, The fellow that's 'agin' all his Mrs. Jane R. Green, widow tsoii for Annie Phelps, of Stanford, is vistiting of Gheex. R. Green, ninety years old vrc the properties of patronage brokers, instruction bolters, Wm. November Election, 1898. JuuelM, lfeSo. Trie floiwvers. city. her parents near this last August, died last Saturday at the t t j tone wmen sansiy trust syndicates, tax dodgers and comfl ingwhangs. "!u KvstiM-kj- r we must stand together Tue Mr. John Speed Smith, of Washing- residence of her son, Adam R. (ireen, jl vjasiiiijii. i i the musical ear. bines, repeaters, franchise grabbers and For Con. Bonds, Tin flummuxes. and see ilint the praud old commonton, is vi&iting his mother, Mrs. Curran on the Lancaster pike, near this city. thiwt not s Republican. The One make of Piano may have one, another two, another three How do you like 'em? wealth sellers and either silent or guilty pro- CURES DISEASE. C. Smith, on Fifth street. Funeral took place on Monday mornluillt-- ground if ill Kcntlickj. Iowa, Are you one of em. 2. O ot these properties, c c motors or supporters. con5" IblHi. 5 liiiu..it.aiMl ludtaua." Jane Priecincts. Mrs. Anna Frisbie, of French-bur- ing at 10 o'clock, the services beingD. I). "Evidently Tin was trying to get hi The Electropoise gave me complete s 3 s ducted bv Rev. L. G. Barbour, belh-veis visiting her brother, Dr. Elmer m a majority, salary raised," said a gentleman as he from excruciating pain in three TbeCi.m Tun Shelby Sentinel has been sold to Deceased had been a consistent member relief Northcutt, at Valley View. rule and u i alna.Vh for the nominee." read this from the Clim vx of Oct. 8, Jim Guthrie, an old C. U. bov, and Presbyterian church applications. I also find it god for of the Northern JuiK-r,-, i v. James P. Eagle and wife, for sixty-fiv- e vcars. Her illness was treating children for their numeious d 1S90. Bridge-forInstead of that, the proprietor Chas. M. Lewis, member of the present Court House .. 2 247 158) 138 JVtuocMUi'. shut voer months as to Will H. of very short duration, as she had been .ailments. C T.Snowden, with of Arkansas, are visiting Mrs. 3 192 its 218 City Hall & Co., Louisville, Ky. a) Iter aiwiHt finances and open reproved him for the scurrilous piece, Democratic Slate Central Committtee. University eacii 165 190 88 Miller and Mrs. John Doty. enjoying good health1 97 83 85 theui on KefabliraJis. Stop lighting for it was too vicious to be iu type when We know them both, anil like them Chenault 151 111 Vhite Hall Judge J. M. Benton, and family, of Uer atil fitrfit the common ene- the psper was seeking to draw men to immensely. each Mr. Guthrie is a promis- McCreary 20." I have derived more benefit from the j 92 6 1S3 Winchester, were the guests of Miss ileware of Ointments fur Catarrh That my." Jim :;. 93 6 82 66 uo of Electropoise than lrom all other the cause of free silver instead of driv ing young attorney, and his knowledge Tipton Mary Spencer Smith, last week. Contain Mercury, 133 l&l 101 4 Vaco IW Cum s in iu favor of free silver ing thorn away. remedies combined. I think it is the 129 75 2 136 of the law will be of great service in Karanaugh .... Mrs. Richard Lansing, formerly Mrs. as mercury will surely uestroy the grandest invention of the age. It can at a ratio ul : to I." Slay 3a 115 175 15 170 Kingston And yet he said "Woods manufac- his new profession. Mr. Lewis is a Bear Wallow . May Viley Jones, of Woodford, was sense of smell and completely derange not be praised too highly. Mrs. M. E. "ISradlev is called an A. P. A., vhich 4 114 M 105 Duncannon . Mrs. J B. McCreary's guest last week. the whole system when entering it Gorman, Sadieville, Ky. lonstrwod means A Pie tured the biggest lie of all the lies he born newspaper man and a gentleman Blue Lick 53 151 bi 69 219 276 Admirer." April 22. told. Now, who has lied, 1 ask, and of refinement and education, and a Berea Mr. Sim Hamilton and daughter, through tho" mucous besurfaces. Such 4 191 132 89 Burn am used except on Dtuiianwy' probably comes echo answers "Nit." Miss Bettie, of Wisemantown, were articles should never reputable physi!' great favorite at all the gatherings of Tevis 113 107 : them all Li hirmo.-Jo-s John H. Davis, Esq., of Barbours- -' Atii in raxt all cities. If none 113 77 56 from felioBK who have voted for a Crutcher guests of Mrs. A. D. Miller Sunday prescriptions from ar writ; us. cZjZ Established 25 years. & the State press. We wish them suc- Poosey cians, as the damage they will do is ville, Ky.: "The Electropoise is the and Monday. w tiint the Democratic iiom-lu- e Hero is the kind of doctrine to cess. 5 163 132 115 New by ten fold to the good you "can possibly hest allround doctor I know of. My " Ma 13. preach in a neivtpapcr. We dare J udge liiQc BiggerstaH Mr. W. W. Watts and family left last derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Avife suffered from effects of la grippe "0 Head Umi paragraph again and Tipton to priut it in his newspaper week for Dallas, Texas, for a six weeks' Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & for several years; also a complication of Tin: Sound Money Democratic Total bnru it stay. Their address is 200 Maple Ave., Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, other ailments. Now she is entirely ' and say, "That's my motto:" gradually changin Kentucky aie Majority care R. L. Knight. nit" and is taken internally, acting directly well. Indigestion bothered me a great 'Men who barter their political honor ing their ownership and political comam now well One of the neighTiptoa in Climax. Jaly 1, 1SK.J wiil sell out their neighbors. If you of Cincin- upon the blood and mucous surfaces of ileal; Mr. and Mrs. Tiik Cyiithiana Democrat accused nati, are visitingA. B. Wagersthiscoi nty. the system In buying Hall's Catarrh bors is using it for lung trouble, and political plexion. The Shelby Sentinel is the Jmb-a Tlliioil the long editor slid kno'vanv man who sells his telatives in reports improvement." Motley wan of Hit Cumi, is so convictions or tries tosell them, or puts latest to sell out, following the Regis- CougreFsmau Pugh of nepotism, and Election times will iuvarably bring Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally. and made in Toledo. eo.;:.Willi JUrKiuiey s prosiecls oi mem jisitie iu oueuiunre 10 uir wisues ter of this city, and we know of an said that he and his relatives are draw- Mr. Wagers home. Dubois & webb, ON --WITH YOUR ADS.-N0- W IS THE TIME. ... Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testiand the platform ujkmi which of others, watch that man. He is oilier of equal piomuienee not a thous- ing annually $17,S00 from Uncle Sam. Messrs. Alexander Oaks and Hirinan monials free. 5115 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. If he sells himself or tries to he sUii'U that - has placed in his let Pugh' denied it until he counted up Tudor, of Lexington, were here Monsept7-tiSold by druggists, price 7oc. per botr, a cjd'iidil likeness of tin-- i ut ill sell out your interests also. At and miles away that would like to e Tip, and j'tin no moment of IiTe should such an indi- go. The fact is the white people of and found the facts weie that his family day to witness the initiation of candi tle. I 'un. Headache and Scwataia cured by Dr. Durango, Kentucky, the tax payers, aie not go- only drew $15 100! Editor Allen gave nates in the I. O. O. F. - t'nr is 4cn:r ni rolii !r all ginl vidual be countenanced." Hall's Family Pills are the best, lm uno cent a aose. .Biiii!: riiia Colorado, Democrat. urn like Hireii. lVui'agraph. Miss Kittv Phelps, aged aunt of the ing to nurture the men who preach a as his authority the Dover News and M H' hu'krtig tin - h a Democratic Another point; 1 notice this political doctrine that makes the rich richer and Maysvillc Ledger, both rank Republi- late Minion Green, is delighted wiih pjin , and ttlxHild tiiat party cwim; tu chamleon fiist denies and then ac- the poor poorer, &ud thoy are jumping can papers, which are pretty good clubs her new home in Cincinnati with her byoart-clves- . Might ii! fi ei-.t- . nephew Mr A. C. Green. Aim Telier.ii nominated at Chirago, knowledges his awful crime of 'DO Reg- the fence fast enough to prove that to use on their own candidates. r AV.xvl Miss Virginia Chenault. of Georgei Tvvy l but tell t'r certain. Frenrh Tip-- t istering one way and voting 'tother. I statement. is The Courier-Journtown, leaves on Saturday for a visit to Prettiest in The Slate. ti -- Jlv 1. I repeat with wavering. want to sny to liim that Winchester, after a pleasant stay with , and yet, in four months einnluiMs what 1 havechanred nllulon". And (Sr&?' 'That is just a little bit extrava- her cousin, Miss Katie Smith. :::::SifeS Z::v. fi.nu tliai dy he initial for McKinley, lllat s Uiat on lvistrJ,tion daVi S!)7, following gant," said 'Squire Armer to the CliIn the light of lesults the Mr. Solon Smith and wife, of Fa eo.... alter reslstenas ait a Democrat: I ni' he ivalked before the officers and said: from the Stanford Journal speaks for max "Rube," when the latter pro'.'.lilt rSv Mo , arrived last Wednesday, and 'tuarksuf the Boodooc; are in order. 1 have been legistering Democratic itself, though at this post election time nounced his new quarters the prettiest are visiting the former's sister. Mr--'The editor of the Climax purjo-wand voting Republican. 1 will now we sincerely trust llro. Walton's fore- jewelry store in the State. Mr. Armer W. K. Denny, at Manse, aud also Mr. l continually atlvoratc register as I vote Republican." If he cast, made purely in the interest has moved into the store of the late E. J. W. Smith, this city. piiueipSt" Aug. 21, "5G. Mrs. F. Winn has been ser 0 v v vv Vote tbe straight Dwmoeratk- - ticket. says this is a lie I shall lefer his state of greater Democratic activity, is erro- H. P. l'almer on Main street and has iously illJames of pneumonia, but is now out a 1 B!tiga was to fitted it up more expensively than did A ment to two of the most prominent neous, and that its chief virtue is not a gootl DemocrHt" t. citizens of Madison county, one an stir up the party in Lincoln to its duty even Mr. Palmer when death took the daughter, Mrs. J. R. Burnum, of RichA mas who lta anything else to Ho, officer who heard it, the other one of to the candidate : latter from us. Don't fail to look in mond Winchester Sun. t goet inlo tie- - revenue service :is a "There seems to be cumulative evi- and drop in. 'Squire is happy and we Judge Jno. Goodloe, of Richmond, several gentlemen whom he told aboui Hisht to have his nock broke" it five seconds after Judge Tipton dence that there was more desire to all are happy to keep him with us. Mr. Jno. Craig, Danville and Rev. W. t :i tti. nominate Gilbert than to elect him O. Goodloe, of Harrodsburg, were enA for ivieime only is not made that unparalleled declaration So far the only work done in this His stock is new and the largest ever tertained it dinner Tuesday by Mrs. and the election oflicer repeated it county for him has been done by lions. kept iu Richmond. tie- - best k.m-- ul Oct.30'05. D. M. Lackey. Lancaster Record. "We know wi'iic fellows who received word for word as printed above to the It. C. Warren ana M. F. North. original The Atlantis. Mr. W. D. Oldham, of Richmond. McCreary men. If the original Gilbert but aie same gentlemen, only last Saturday. KiwrniiH'i.t aii'Hiiiitiiifiits Mrs. H. C town men have done, are doing or will do In a competitive bidding the Climax was in has for Monday New I do assert that the "Dutch anything to elect him, the fact does her guests Miss Leora Shipp was awarded the printing of the Atlau Richardson aud Miss Anne Bell captured Holland," that you knowingly, not appear. As the election is just a Georgetown Times. of Lexington. maligned me when you week off, they had better be getting a tis, the monthly organ of the literary The wonderfully winning premier fashions Unfortunately societies of Central University. Since move on themselves. Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Shanks, of Stan1S!0, was a' of the season. is no longer equivalent to r5?fl UU) stated inI fact I had Republican invote in a nomination work and vigilance have the advent of the Central News the At ford, were the guests last week of Mr. cast my first when election and lantis has gradually dropped the local and Mrs T. E. Baldwin. Mr. Shanks Madison for J. V. Bales forSherill two to take the place of satisfied assurance " near a handsome has built features that belong more properly to Stanford him he and his wifehomehouse years berore, as the books will show are and Ky. Lexixi;ton. Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish (gK OH is wavering the News, and thus tho students are keeping. the Courier-Journtoday; and furthermore, I shall not That 18 in its policy of fighting Democracy represented by two publications in no Miss Evelyn Price has gone to 'crawl into my hole," nor will you dare may be inferred from tho public card wise conflicting with each other. Tnis Louisville for a short visit whence she to slap my cheek with the treacherous ::- B. Halderumu last week an is proper. It is also evidence of the will proceed to Nashville to attend a Tl-i!- S hand that saluted but to slay, aud of Mr. W. given by Mrs. Perkins house party why he would vote lor Tur- ability of the young men and complikissed but to kill vour party in IS'JG. uouncing Men's Superb Fancy Cassimere Suits, ne'e Leonora Richardson. of Evans for Congress and mentary to their tastes, to support a Baxter 2.00 Willi BUY 1 shall pursue my customary duties in ner instead Harrodsburg Sayings. Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, bepurely literary magazine and an excludrops this significant remark: eitiec of a number of hoarth size this town, I shall pay no attention to tween Mr McKinley and Mr. Bryan, sive newspaper. The latter, though less Hon. John I). Goodloe returns to after visitUnz&. m colors, new sty'es. youi bulldozing threat of last resort, E do not believe that even you, Mr. than two years old, is an established Madison countyMajor William Goodloe. ing his brother but remember when you injustly acThev-- me big mlHes. for a moment, fact. The old Atlantis glides smoothly Mr Goodloe is now farming on rather 0 89 Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, cused me of the very crime you bra- iioimic. would hesitate after a year and a half of McKinley, to into its new channel under the guidance an extensive scale, caring for eight Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and zenly confessed, joudida thing that . Bryan, with the vagaries of Mr. Casli Crooke, Business Mrnager, hundred acres in Boyle. r0 50 WILL buy honest men aud angels am ne'er forget. turn to Mr Covert Overcoat. ::. Harry Miller Winn, Friends of Mrs. T.IIood Little. These Your gradual political decline, step which hehimself will turn from. If and Mr. McKinley and Mr. Bryan are the young men enter upon their duties not of Winchester, will learn with regret of a jwunttte Mnqnette Rug. G feet !......:.! by step, from the day you left the sancher relapse. Sho had about recovered of their respective parties in only enthusiastically, but with definite from an illness of fever and long by 3 feet wide. It's the canie over tum of the lamented Marion Green, nominees vote for Mr. Bry- plans and the intellectual and manage- here to rest. But she has been again legator kitd. Men's Suits and Covert Overcoats suggests this poem to my mind. I HJ0O I shall certainly an, as I believe him to be an honest, rial ability to place the Atlantis as high quite ill at the home of her mother, Ulsters, dedicate it upright man, with an integrity of char- in the 6e.ale of purely literary college Mrs. Robeit Miller. pnnxcu Tirrox, the has beex. to HEW ARRIVAL- SMr. Chas. E. Smith went to Colorado acter unknown to the inhabitant of the publications as its companion, the I'm a traitor to tbe Democrats, daughter, White House at this time; aud, thor- Central News, is in the ranks of weekly and brought his wife aud Thby will :x; fiMKy Ijimps, odd slmpts. With a tinge of Had in mo; Miss Amy, to Kentucky. Young Men's oughly convinced as I am, that the 10 college newspapers. So. 00, The glittering gold of the Plutocrats MEN'S 35 Cojtely I'liids, framed in black. probably go to Asheville for Miss Amy's Has wrought the change you ecc issue is bo absolutely dead to health, which, her brother, Mr. Earle $4.00, $5.00, $(3.00, $7.50, SG.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, KM Ktehiitfcft, water colors and McKinncy-BogNuptials. I the rich to richer get. Smith, says is much improved eveu . that it can never be vitalized, 1 propose $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. $12.00. Ami the oor man jxxjrer, too; We had the honor yesterday of being since she left Colorado. to vote for a man whom personally I re4 Parlor Cabinets. M3 head is set I'll otc, j ou bet, so present at the marriage of Miss Hallie Mrs Robert 11. McCreary and chilspect and admire." CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS l'or all the Radical crew Boggs and Mr. Walker McKinney.which dren left on Monday for Chicago. Mrs. The confession ol confidence iu Mr. $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. I used to be a Democrat, McCreary is a charming lady, who AVith all the name implied; S4.00 WILL BUY Bryan is immaterial. But the indict took place at 1 :30 p. 111. at the residence made friends bore the first visit after of "Popocrat" But the ment of McKinley is the feature. All of Mr. Green B. Turley, on the Big Hill her marriage and these she retains adan exquisite Smyrna Rug; full O'ercame me till I cried. a Democrats have confidence in the pikej in the eastern suburbs of Rich ding new ones, all of whom pronounce " .;'' I didn't expect to pat our man msc, etegantlv made, beautifullyi MEN'S PANTS," mond. The bride is a daughter of Mr. her a lovable character. former. In the Presidential chair; desytnwd. AVO- Robert C. Boggs, the prominent Red '$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00'. Mr. D. C. Walker, who has been in But then I did the best I could HOW DAVISON GOT IT. House farmer, and in all Madison Leadville Colorado, for several months To put McKinley theie. For be satisfies me quite as ell MEN'S HATS, countv there is not a handsomer lady, with his brother, Richard Walker, $6.00 WILL BUY ' As any other slob, Two years ago, wo with our timo and or one with finer qualities of head and formerly of Whites Station, this county, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. returned home on Sunday last, having dollars eery day I'll money and united effort gained a grand heart. She is affectionately esteemed traveled, as he said, 1,500 miles to vote cUetee of about 8 slightly soiled p job. Secured by a Dg?i-tavictory aud we expected the ollices by her girl companions than which no the Democratic ticket in Madison MEN'S SHOES, Former price Ruf:s. When at Chicago we convened, " held by Cleveland's favorites to be de- higher compliment to any woman can county. gl20l. It there my side had won, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75,' $2.00, $2.50. V, bed- have deemed years have be paid, for each sex best understands As rankest traitor I'd livered to us. but two Mr. Richard J. McKee, of Richmond, Some bolting elapsed and we are still out iu the cold. its members and pays unqualified Ky., and his mother Mrs. Owon McKee, MEN'S OVERCOATS, Anil branded him for future day ik jqom-se- t I We have appealed by letter and by praise only when it is unquestionably returned home on yesterday after a Our $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $S.00, $9.00, $12?OoY Ids So I could ue'er mistake visit of a week or more to friends and petition to our Congressmen, only to due. Mr. McKinney is senior partner relatives in this city. Mrs, Richard To help by vote to shelve away fake! find not a word upon the records for a An MEN'S UNDERWEAR, McKee and little daughter, Mary Hut oh, it's dilferent now, youl.ee Josephine, will also return home relief, but find our representatives in of Drie&l&l 50c, 75c, $1.Q0, $1.25. Awarded Majqritie? don't rule, Lexington Gazette. g Deni collusion with tho glittering gold has made of me Anl Mrs. John B. Embry, of Nicholas-villocrats, that they may assist them in Highest Honors World's Fair, BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50c. A Plutocratic tooT. is iu full w ing. Thero was never THESE-ARand Miss Nannette Heath, of JUST SAMPLES OF Noand the result of the 2Cow Sir, I want to say emphatically sRichmond, arrived yesterday to visit r better oppottujity to add Uiat tbe undersigned is wholly respon- vember election can be easily told. As COME, a. THEloSTOCK- WITHIN. V. D. Weath- Mrs. A. H. Severance those .cms of color to the home. to Davison, he is not considered the VIEW- AND THE REST IS A erford, who is in a sanitarium at Philasible for all that he has written, he delphia, is getting along niecely his reiterates it nil, ho retracts not a sylla- nominee of cur party. A lot of office brother, G, D. Weatherford, telephoned anybody's for ble. He will be at his customary place holders aud mug wump Democrats, Prices below us yesterday. Stanford Journal. to Rewho hold equal goods. Money back uf business at usual hours, and will not publicans, positions that belongnomina?-?Mr. and Mrs. George White, of Danville aud met at necessitate your slapping anybody Whites Station, Madison county, were W if goods are not as repre- elso's jaws nor involving andbody else ted him against tho will of tho party. in the city to day with their two baby sented. boys, en route home from Point Burn-sidin this matter. You can read. Please Davison hs never raised his voice or Mrs. White was the beautiful baud in Congress against civil service read aright. Miss Jeannie Faulkner, daughter of or any other proposition but has given CLARKNen E. Woods. the late John K. Faulkner, of Garrard, a hand from tho beginning to set up a of General Faulkand Tin: Richmond Climax was sizling bum machine and did not care of what ner, of martial fames Lexington Argohot laat week and Editor Woods is not MLLWARD BROWN, graduated embalmer and naut. dd Igiiig behind tho Pickwickian plea. kind of material. In .inany places he I! Niciolasville Democrat. for positions inendorsed Demociats Mr. David M Sweets, nee Miss Besg No. nor any other pica. sie B. McDowell, left last week for Republicans. Should stead of MOST PERFECT MADE. MSNIHT PHONE Z3.-Cvnthiana after a visit to her sister, K3E4.-- . jvcaix atsd broadway, i , ho expect these Republicans to supTie Crotkicr, Ths Furnisher, Tie Sheer, Tfee latter. A pear tree in the yard where Trot port him? "Republican" in JJurgin A purc.Crapc Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Sirs. O. S. Holton. . At Cvnthiana she is (rem Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant aaj5-ltho guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Irvine Lexington, Ky. Morns lives, in Fulton, is producing Messenger; 49 YEARS TH8 STAKDARg, Blanton, &t whose pretty residence Rev. the second crop of fruit: trU'jy; crat. WHAT AUETIIE GOLD DEMOCRATS The Meade County Messenger nomiHave you ever asked yourself the nates Editor Harry Soinmers, of ttie question:" Who are the Gold Bugs? Elizabethtown News, for Governor of Here is a partial htt: Kentucky, subject to the action of the The corporations. Democratic party. Mr. Sommers has a The combinations. noble record in public and private life, The niggers most of them. and popular everywhere, and would The trusts. The floaters unite the journalistic fraternity in his The government pap suckers. behalf, and the party would have a The fellows who don't know anv bet- brainy, blameless leader. ter. Democrats: Without desire to mislead but to give only such facts as we could obtain np to 10 o'clock p. in., it may be said that Gilbert has carried theEighth District by from 1000 to 1500. For Davison: Lincoln, 283, Garrard, 200, Rockcastle, 200, Madison, 170. Gilbert carried: Shelby, 1000, Spencer, 3o0, Anderson, 253, Mercer, 200, Boyle, 8G, Jessamine, 150Madison county gave Davison 454 majority two years ago, but this is cut down over 270, which in view of the general apathy everywhere manifested on both sides, is a spended tribute to the work performed by the Democratic leaders of Madison under tho vigilant guidance of Connty Chairman John B. Chenault, who has worked like a beaver for Gilbert. Turner, Democrat, beat Congressman Evans 255 in Louisville. Settle, Democrat, in 7th district by - ter. Miss Mynne Wagers has returned from a two weeks visit to fritnds iu Ohio. Mr. H. M. Samuels, formerly of Whites Station, is here on a visit from Mr. C. W. Miller, of Irvine; G. W. Tennessee. Welsh, of Danville, and J. B Arnett, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard West, of of icholasvilIe. Conner-Journa- l. Irvine, were guests of Mrs. Claude dence, near fctate Lick, Wednesday last, Mr. Gilbert Wyatt and MissEdster Rice Miller piincipal of the Hardin County Pres byterian Institute. Elizabethtown. was married Wednesday evening at S:.T0 o'elock iu the First Presbyterian church to Miss Julia Blackburn Payne. Dr. L. H. Blanton, chancellor of Cen tral University at Richmond, officiat ed. The church and the handsome residence of Col. and Mrs. Jas. B. Payne, parents 01 the Drule, were beautifully decorated iu red and white in representation of the colorsfof Central University, where the- groom was graduated several years ago. After the ceremonv the bride and groom repaired to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas B. Payne, followed by nearly all who were at the church. The bride was dressed in white satin; with point lace, and carried white flowers. Her sister, Miss Lina Payne, the maul of honor. was attired in pink organdie over silk and carried flowers of a corresponding hue. The "room's best man was his brother, Sir. Meade Miller, of Nicho- lasville, and the ushers weie Air. Samuel T. Payne, of Elizabethtown; Nij MiLLEis-PAYxn-Prof. - At the bride's resi That our lincof Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city. 1 also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My x 4, L 9ea . All-wo- ol c.;:, ;...o 100-Yar- d Spool Silk, 5c. 5c. 12 V V oo Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up: Brown Cotton, 6c. per yard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Yards Lace, ul I .Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. J DEATHS QWEN l! - McKEE, j f . v - f- neigh-hoi'- s. Ik-- a ft IkitoF Quality, resohrmge !?m a 5 2-- " g, d s ' Lx-Go- 1 - 1 Ft Wayne Organ Go au?3-6r- a r.j pa-pe- rs n iayne5 m -- plt-aM- - lan-ger- 1m- rf-- li i.i-lo- ". ni v.- . Nat-hMi- . ii- . .'tgegeiiii(iioi) al i .I;;.............. ......................... Everybody Knows, v-- immc iMfi,'s ViV5iJ'Avi57 -- . pi fi I feS pj s De:n-crat- k' I i lUjp-r- , lt-;iir;- il See laLnoAIIUnAL H rvriip i Tlllil 1 M Cas-scl- l, C. FiBrower& OUR FLYERS! malii-iousl- y I w Bsl rui r,u j ollllW.I 1 al The sensation of the week on Main Street is the complete and beautiful bedroom scene WEEK. $7 50 101 IJiifflsli m. .o Editor-in-chi- ef $-- 5 ."" $12 00 Suits piis IIdM SUITS 1 gs fli-lb- It is a positive wonder bug-a-b- , how much elegance and comfort can be gathered, into store without ,the magic touch of nian to arrange it. But draw-fou-r still-hou- n litis there, the.admiraThe ; ,tion of all. kM in one window, office-hunti- hi to-da- '"';'; is rivaled by the parlor office-holdin- set in the other. 6s9 SI e, - E e. Everything in our store is fresh and new, no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can buy them for. rva - SET-TLED'FAC- T, mm BAKING S,; lllF MOBERLEY, I ra p grand-daught- C.F.B rower&Co POWrfR H. y life-lon- J. STRENG, j- gj &. - -- '. sfek SVs ,: - t i 7 ?. J3&z.rz& i "KSfg&rgKimm-- ' I wl w ncr' !? N A MM -- ,.f v'N IN M P5 vi ' b Ji VI MtV lj ,' KaiESHC"ai 9 & K Mi MB XBK-SMK-- Za ll 7t & and To have good lessons, good health and to be happy is to wear a pair of iSMn?ofmi.di2!f causes d's- lots 2& IfSTitSSSofi0! diseases in Henderson Little Ked School-Hous- e Shoes. catarrh of the head or throat. Dr. oLISTEN 4 M-M- iifi l8l I lVMM R ' P33itfiNUB,AN i-"-k TEA cures Djspep- 8iai Constipation and Indi- - NZ gestion. Regulates the Liver. Trice, 25 cts. Sole! by Perry & Thomas, successors to V. O. White. i H '&Wyk y rjfjrC ? Why are weak minded men usually headstrong? A Cold r"K f&h in The Head .rlV They are Stylish. -- . THEY WEAR. -- Bell's Pine will cure it in one night. All druggists. It is harder work to neglect work you It should perform than it is to do it. Atchison Globe. Tar-Hone- y w THEY FIT. M-- M V nHY-l-v H H &? flrt Good is Seas anything health you.worth more than else to and every bottle 33S3E wv mm mMHSBBsnnniwmBaMaiHBRieNKvxwiawwn .VSdiBttHB K''r4mB5aB$n &S ' ' iTF frY'AIV'i'1 'LldttEV Nflctf .' WEAR V Ml -- H rS ill i x i Vsv" ' I'uod's Sarsaparilla contains good neaiui. it QWhy isn't decree of divorce a parting injunction i Tetter, Salt-Rheum GREAT FALL. CAMPAIGN OF THE s IF? tie Weaiehafpllrrlecl(tldrraiid Vfc Yfe lout our love our flcauxnUchoot. jenit leader Vnr "jfr sJgjTW V I THEY SATISFY. M i3 Tlie intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases have been permanently cured by it. Jt is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore oyes. 25 cts. per box. and Eczema. 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 s BIGH-CLAS- e! M SOLD DOUGLAS, OUTTTST IB"X MV just what a horso needs when in bad J)r. Cadj'rt Coiidilion Powders, are 7w BIT- 207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY. TBS condition. Tonic, blood pnrifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 sents per package The only thing ue really possess is Let us make the most of it CUBAN RELIEF cures to-da- RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S JJEVER DID THE CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. 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 the greatest variety of Dress outside of the largo cities ibis season. All the new things in Crcpons Epinlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert Cloths, Serges. Fortugus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. 3!oods seen ?S7 I Colie '""'Blannil Toothache in fivem.nutrs. and Su:n:acr Coiaplaiuts. l"rice, 25 I'ents. Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. G. White. Pl4MAtM Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtuies from one of the leading New York Houses, we will oiler them :. long thev last for 2:5c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool The Richmond Climax.! Proctor Knott Oijar. The Waco telephone line is in op To Run Sheet Cars. We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimming- - and Dress Findings, am' when you get vmr Dress from any of the "Great Busy Bee Cash Stoics" you can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown you. rafnmMvmKariM Winchester is to resume her street ' car service this month. The tracks, eration. long buried by disuse, will be dug up - 1S9S. Go hear Homer T. Wilson at MadiWEDNESDAY NOV. 9 and the iinle of the mule bell will son Institute, Nov. 9, awaken the inhabitants from the peace! Win Uowmaii and family have they have doubtless enjoyed for two 3 Advertisements will be received c moved from Valley View to Richmond. years. As for street cars again in Richby THK CLIMAX with the guar- Ronau set my grates and they are mond requiescat in pace. 3 antee that its circulation exceeds ? Medal for Capt. Duncan. that of any other paper published C right. Have yours set by him. Oilice nov9-4- t After the Lancaster company had in Richmond. C over Climax c 3 Last Saturday was pay day at the been mustered out at Lexington, SaturSont hern Lumber Co.'s. Mill. It day, the Madison county members presented Capt. Duncan with a handsome amounted to $900. Dr. Hobson, Dentist. medal as a token of their high regard Monday was a big day for the mer- for The best smoker, the Proctor Knott him. We heard one of them say, chants and traders; the largest crowd 'That man is the best cflicer I ever saw, -- U-t Midkilf paint and trim your here for a long time. and we all have learned to love him. inajll-Cmcarriage. I Ions. "j. Tevis Cobb and W. B. He has a warm spot in our hearts." We See Midkifl'sline of buggies before Smith roused up the Democrats by their also heard members of other companies you buy. All work guaranteed, fine speeches at the court house Mon- say Sam was the best Captain in the may regiment. Lancaster Record. day. Dr. L. IL Landman will be at Mr. A Thousand Dollar Piano. The dinner given by the ladies of 1$. Willi's' on Wednesday 9th inst. the Methodist church at the MoCann Mr. John W. Patton, of the firm of Parties desiring Kllibton mill flour, building, Monday, was a financial suc- Patton & White, Jackson, Miss., after water meal, bran or ship stun" will cess. a visit of several weeks to Mr. and Mrs. leave orders at this oilice. Mr. Homer T. Wilson will deliver B. B. Million, near Million, thiscounty, Look at D. P. SiiACKKLi'oun&Co's. his famous lecture, "America's Un- returned home last week. A few days ad and see the reason why yon should crowned Queen," at Madison Insti- after Mr. Patton had departed, Mr. Milhave a Radiant home heater. lion received a bill of lading from the tute, Kimball Piano Co., Chicago, for a Dewey Music Co. has been The After January 1, Valley View will piano, which was valued at 1,000. purchased disMilved, the stock bein oilice. The Illustrabe a money-oide- r It turned out to a present from by the Sutherland Co.. Lexington. ted Edition of the Climax is evidently Mr. Patton to Mr. Million's eight- Haviiand Chilian are at Deather-a;;e- 's doinj; good work ! daughter, Cecil Barrel. The year-olthat is bewildering all observers Will of the late Hume Fmbry, pro- piano, which is one of the finest in the by its beauty and cheapness. oct2G tf bated Monday, names W. T. Griggs country. i now in Mr. Million's home; If you wish to save money and in- executor and divided the $30,000 estate the family never were more agreeably crease "the heat, get a Kadiant home between the six heirs. surprised nor mors sensibly touched with heater from 1) 1). SmaikKLIOiU) fe LO. gratitude than when this valuable Dr. J. L. Lusk, who litis been very I have the best and cheapest road present was received. ill with pneumonia at his home in w.i'in m the market- A Beautiful Display. is thought to be improving. Berea, inavll-GmS. L. MiimiKK. Mrs. Lusk and little son, Walto, tire We have reference to the windows - Kimball Pianop, Kimball Pipe and also very sick. of Douglas. Bright it Co.. on Main street. Rr.-- . Di puis were awarded highest oct'20-li, mora at World Pair. Circuit Clerk Thorpe will shoitly So artislic and" original in design are move to the Sam Bennett house, near the windows of this house that the Have no other coal but Pine Knott general public can not pass without There is no substitute for it. Coleuian the water tower, and Dr. Dunn will soon first taking a peep and enjoy the Neil', ygcnt. Telephone -- 1, It- N. I. & R. rent the house on the Summit as luxurious display that greets the optics. nov2-t- f tis Mr. Thorpe vacates it The gentlemen ol this firm are energetic Music Hall" in The d infant daughter, A hustling young men, and do not alLexington, Ky., will seat 350 people, and alive and doing well, was born last and will be used by Mr. R. M. Suther-li- n low anything to grow old iu their week to the wife of George Sarania, as a "Recital Hall" in connection house. Their windows aie decorated with ihe Sutherlin Music House," several times a week, and each time a tins city. where the largest stock of Kimball Mrs. Samuel Davis, of near Berea Pianos can be seen or heard in the beautiful view is presented to the pubhas gone deranged. She was in the bluegrass. Our patrons will do well to lic. The show windows do not suroct26-lpass in beauty the inside of this mamasylum some years ago, but returned see him before buying. moth shoe and gentlemen's furnishing improved. mueli Killed a Bald Eagle. house, where you receive polite treat If yon have money to burn go on j William Gabbard, of Berea, killed a meet, and 100 cents for every dollar using your old out ol date heater, if large bald eagle near that place last vou leave with them. not get a Radiant home lieate from D. week. He sold the bird for five dollars. t. , That is why you get here more value for your money than elsewhere. PI-SKj-- We have given one entire room of our Great Store to Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Wraps. Wo are showing everything new and in favor this season in this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes are the tall; of the town. Don't fail to see this line. b i i OUR FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS, ARE , j 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 they have filled this, department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants. 15c a pair: Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 9Sc; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for $2. 4S, worth 5.00. B & is S IE W " I 8 H WW &. jfl ij B Our line of Men's and Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and Boy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city. One Entire Room given to this department. 10-- 4 o Take any of our SUITS and OYEKCOATS at $12.50 and the3T have the set and st3'le of Merchant Tai- lor's work. Our SPITS anil OVERCOATSwi SS.00 received the same care and thought in tailoring as the higher grades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure wool. White and Grey Blankets, We are selling beautiful borders, large enough lor any bed, :59c. a pair; Our Blankets are piled Mountain High on our ledges Blankets from us at and you can buy beautiful the price of cotton stufl" elsewhere. Bed Comforts at 49c. each. all-wo- o Our Notion Department and our Gent's ami Lauies' 1'urnishinir Goods Department was never more complete. We have strained every nerve to make these departments the most attractive in our great store. Your every want has been anticipated, and our Low Cash Prices named on thee articles make these departments very interesting to customers. When you visit any of our great stores, don't fail to take a walk through our Carpet, Curtain and Upholstery Departments. Many beautiful and attractive things will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and Lite Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you will want to carpet your back yard and hang lace curtains iu your kitchens. We have just recieved and put on sal a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Caps. Our f windows are full of them and our price is jttst the value on each Cap. Don't fail to ee them Our Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very pretty. one-hal-- Brown Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4e; Green Ticket Loudsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Maon-vill- e Bleach Cotton at (c a yd Get our prices on Alpino Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell 10-- 4 Good We are selling good yard-widBlench Cotton, yard-wid- e, e There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishl' and as serviceably as we can and at 'so little price. Same old stand, but much larger. Sheeting at 12Jc. Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, good quality, 5c a yd; Best Canton Flannel from (ic to 8c, usually sold at 10 and 12ie. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo Blues at S'.c a vd. Remenants almost given auay. d Covin 10!! 215 Court Day and Stock Items. lnitcneil.1 Sure Sign of Croup. Hoarseness in a child that is subject to camp is a sure indication of the approach of the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent the attack. Many mothers who have croupy children always keep this remedy on hand and find that it saves them much trouble aud worry. It can ahvavs be depended upon aud is pleasant to take. F'or sale A ( store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEcarry many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. PARTMENT. Our prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire family here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We cany no shoddy stuff, our shoes You can't and boots are ail good honest goods, bought below the coat to manufacture. We have one side of our entire We m WHITE FRONT o ,3"' , afford to miss our Shoe Department. . , p.ip im r M ,r.m ,,,. t ,,-- ,, , ,. . !! mil ' T Again extending to you an invitation to isit us this fall and take a look through our tore. where bright faced polite salesmen ami salesladies will greet you and moke your visit a pleasure. We are. Very II III I !! 023 l . 111 MJ V Rc-.pt- ., OtfakCK a.. i M x, Wagers & Cohen sold to Ohio patfeeders at $3 00. ties two loads of 8o0-lWagers & Cohen bought of Dr. C. S. Holton, a nice gelding at b 3 - SI 50. UUMAlH COMPANY o S3 di-p-- .t two-poun- A. J. Boswell bought two car loads of hogs ot different parties in the RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORfiEToWX. Whites Station neighborhood at oc. . John R. Lett, of Lafollctte, Tenn., f?W' yVH.Wfe nov2-lwas here court day with 250 head of J by Perry & Thomas, cattle which he disposed of at a good The large elevator at Hawesville has price. started up. and 100,000 bushels of corn Monday was ahummcr--i- n the way have been bought. To Cure a Ciild in One Pay of a crowd, at least. About 2,500 cattle at pens and market generally prices ? to Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Received Valuable Advice 5 cents. About 00 tniibs sold slow, All druggists refund money if it fails to "When niv baby was three months larges ones $75 to $100; small ones $40 cure. 25c. The enuine nas Xi. a. .i on o!d he had a scrofula trouble. There nov'J-Oeach tablet. B. IIA(KELFoKl & Co. were swellings in his head and disCovington & Mitchell's Commodious Room. to $00; sucklings $15 to $25. Few horses LOST offered. It takes more than 12,000 election charges from his ears. My mother urged I have on hands now a full line of The Masonic Temple Building on me to give him Hood's Sarsaparilla oflicers to man the precincts of high grade buggies, carriages and road Between Oldham's store and corner Main steet, the giound Hour of which and 1 did so. After the second dose he Citv prices. wagons at lowest of Orchaid Street, a Soltaire Diamond is occupied by Covington & Mitchell improved and 1 continued the medicine As executor of the estate of mayll-OiiiS. L. Midkikf. Ta Cure Catarrh King. Liberal reward will be paid for until he was well." G. W. Pikkey. the fashionable tailors, is about com Luther D3'kes, deceased, I Ky. 2t Qiiasimoda cigars, 10 cents. Mil- return of same to this olllc. Do not depend upon snuffs, inhalants Big Hill, pleted, and is one of the handsomest will offer at public sale to the or other local applications. Catarrh ler s Havana Second, o cents. Fred A. Stimulate the stomach, R5Z& ills. Mailed Hood's Pills cure building in the city. The room oc- rouse the liver, cure biliousThe Dykes Sale. Manufacturer line Cigars, Richconstitutiannl disease, and can bo for 25c bv C. 1. all liver Co., Lowell, highest bidder at 10 o'clock, Hood & " mond, Ky. successfully treated only by means of a The executor's sale of property of the cupied by Covington & Mitchell is ness, headache, dizziness, a. m., on the premises, ou It Mass. pour constitutional remedy like twice as laige as heretofore and is well etc. stomach,2J conciliation, by late Luther Dykes occurs Tuesday, No-- D B Siiackki.Foiu) & Co. have the drurarjits. Price Sold cent. alt which thoroughly puriThe tramp is always glad to get a i Rfi flfl larg t and most vailed st.H-- of heat- vember 22. Iind, stock, crop, imple- lighted making this store room one of The ouly 1'iils to take Kitli Hood's Sarsaparilla. fies the blood and removes the scofulous Wfc Dress Goods. Dress Trimmings. steak, but he draws the line at chops in for their ing Moves ever brought to this market ments, household and kitchen furni- the best arranged in the state Horomoer 77 An oratorical contest will be the fea- taints which cause catarrh. The great the wood shed. SZ be. lie. Call and see them. ture, etc. J. D. Dykes, executor. See business. Their immense stock has so ture ol the we6k at Nicholasville. It number of testimonials from those who have been cured of catarrh by Hood's crowded the house that these gentler.,cH m.tlnn nr.iVailtk tllO linilV flOm visiting ad. ' We can furnish engraved will be held on Friday night: For all the new andf The plain Sarsaparilla prove the unequalled ridding itself of waste matter. De The following proper ty: men could not well show, to an davan-tag(ards, wedding invitations or embosspower of this medicine to conquer this Witt's Little Early Risers will remove up to tiate uressijroous-iboociWho Milling Iu Kill Your Ilos? or this season i Tract of jMm known as the home The sooner a cough or cold is cured disease. If troubled with Catarrh give their unrivaled line of goods. ing of any kind at iow est price Give the trouble and cure Sick Headac'-e- . piace, 75 acres, improved, situated half Hog killing times will soon be here Call on them in their new quarters and without harm to the sufferer the better. Hood's Sarsaparilla S7j including- the new cov-j- v require fancy braids. fair trial at Biliousness Inactive Liver and clear a tuilii frr,nl Bcmesboro, iu Clark u a call before going elsewhere. Hackiiovi)-lerts, diagonals, cre-- v We have them in alt once. and 1 want to kill your meat, make your eyes will be opened to the real Lingering colds are dangerous. the Complexion. Small, sugat coated, com,ty oll Boonqsboro pike, can always be your bausage, render jour lard and de- fact that this house carries as large and ing cough is distressing. One Minute oal that burns pons, Ettimines, ctc., the new designs, scroll don't gripe or cause nausea. Douglas & ot Land, known as the Lislo Tract Cough Cure quickly cures it. Why Boston is to have free ice water tSJSd come to us. found at the yards of Coleman Neh", liver same at your door. Price reason- fine a stock of goods as any to be found suffer when such a cough cure is with- fountains in all parts of the city next Wells. place, ."1 acres, imptoved, adjoining We can novelties, nouveautes, agent for Pine Knot Coal Co. Tele- able. in reach? It is pleasant to the taste. summer. A waitress should alwavs wear a the lands of Theudas Dykes and Hub South of Cincinnati. please you in stj'le JUid Hercules, serpe Douglas & Wells. ci,.!i;m..cti!!nn . f . . News, otevens phone 21, R. X. I & B depot. nov2 tf H.viivnv Douglas. 0 When you ask for De Witt's Witch .ii.. ...., WV.O. price. etc. See these trimLot of corn in crib; Dr. Witherspoon Dead. Safvc don't accept a counterfeit While loading hogs at Wilmore, Jes- Hazel 00 shocks fodder; A dog saiugelv attacked Florida, The liest Plaster. Residence Destroyed ly Fire. mings. Dr. Thomas samine county, John Williams had his or imitation. There are more cases of The death oi Rev. : milch cows; Collarettes. Jackets. Collars the little daughter of Columbus Frazier, A pipco of llannel dampened with On last Monday night whilo Mr. and Dwight Witherspoon at Louisville last foot Piles being cured by this, than all 2 heifers; izlLKS!SILKSl mashed ou" by a freight train. Ht Rz- - A. J. Tribble's, and lacerated f Chambetlain's Pain Bnlm and bound others combined. Douglas & Wells. 1 good family mare; Mrs. Jesse Anderson were attending Tuesday night, caused deep sorrow to A new line or Ladies on to the affected parts is superior to Nowhere else will you find her face badly before being driven au entertainment at Berea, their resi- his many friends in Richmond, where 1 gray horse; Did You Get up Wrong? Thunder can be heard nine miles anv plaster. When troubled with a 1 y taylor made Jackets,' more novelties than here. W d mare; away. awav. he was some years ago pastor of the dence aud contents, located ab-pain in the chest or side, or lame hack, the new Taffetns m Take a dose of Dr. Bell's 1 w ork mare mule; latest cut and color- have all Stripes, Cheeks omdri Rice & Alhnan will kill your hogs, fa mile irom that olace, were destroyed First Presbyterian church, while congive it a trial. You are certain to be Plaids, 1 roekaway; It will reliove the discomfortFrom New Zealand. ings; also a special lot effects and plain all are more than pleased with the prompt re p render your lard, grind your sausage, by fiie. It is believed by ninny that ducting the Theological Department ing cough or cold, aud help you to feel 1 buggy; Rekfton, New Zealand, Nov. 23, '90 lief which it affords. Paiu Balm is also s good all day. It exhilarates the lungs of fur collarettes direct 1 2 horce wagon; butcheis. house was burglarized and burned. deliversarae and of Central University. He had been and soothes tne bronchials. for rheumatism. For a 1 spring wagon ; It I am very pleased to state that since salecertain cure Thomas, Druggist lm from the manufacturer. Sdtisfaction guaranteed give them a by Perry & ill for quite a while, underwent a sur4 fattening hogs; I took the agency of Chamberlain's A Treat For uov2-l- t Save money by call. Prices reasonable. A jury in Mexico consists of nine medicines the sale has been very large, are also Ageafs for gical operation, and never recovered. Half interest in a mower; household It's always hard to please a man who and kitchen furniture; fanning impleRev. Homer T. Wilson, well rememz&i from us vg, Buttenvick's Patterns. wenty-five shares of Richmond is indeed, surperflnous to print an men. A majority makes tho verdict. more especially of the Couch Remedy. doesn't know what he wants. It In two years I have sold more of this of the Richmond Chrisments; half interest in a. barn of toextended notice iu this community If the nine are unanimous there is no particular remedy than of all other National Bank Slock, propeity of the bered as pastor bacco; a lot of fowls. When Your Throat Clogs 15 years ago, "ill concerning this great and good man. appeal. late Chas. F. White, were 6old on Mon- tian church about makes for the previous five years. As cash, J3' in 12 TERMS, on laud, rough, nothing gives deliver his famous lecture on 'America's He was thoroughly appreciated, which rx JJ A Great Book Free! to its efficacy, 1 have been informed by or feels raw and day at $125 per share, 15 shares to Col. months, balance G months later, with Uncrowned Queeu," at Madison Insti- is compliment, to the intelligence of scores of persons of the good results such prompt and effectual relief as Dr interest from date. Terms on balance a J. W. Caierton, and 10 to Prof. J. D. When Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, they have received from it, and know Bell's wondeiful A at S o'clock. Admission our people. His Godly life was so N. Y., published the first edition of his tute of property, under 510, cash, overI0 Clark. its value from the use of it in my own remedy for coughs, colds, and brachial six months with negotiable note 50 cents. The man and the subject nover gentle and beautiful, his meekness and great work, Tho People's Common household It is so pleasant to take affections. Pleasant to 'Kimball Pianos" have put the Richmond, Ky. Main for all. Capt Frruilii, Auct. Sense Medical Adviser, lie announced j failing'in result. 25c at drug stores-I"world masters" to thinking; they are guarantee a grand treat his greatness blended so harmoniously, that after 680,000 copies had been sold that we have to place the bottle Take no substitute. tho reach of tho children. not the oldest, but the latest. Ihey D. DYKES, J. that all men confessed that our loved at the regular price, $1 50 per copy, the Margolin's Bargains. Write ''SuthE. J. SOANTLKBCllY. adorn the White Hou-profit on which would repay him for CUBAN OIL cures no9-2Executor For sale by Perry & Thomas, DrugBelow will be found only a few of friend truly "walked with God." His great amount of labor and money exMusic House." Lexington, for erlin v (."tits Burns, Bruises, Rheu oct20-linov2-lcatalogue and prices. the many bargains that can be found place iu the hearts of the people every pended in producing it, he would dis gists matism and Sores. Prince, 25 cents. where he labored w.'is as it was here, tribute tne next lin.li million tree, ivs Blind men outnumber blind women White & Gibson have changed at my store: Sold by Perry & Thomas, Fucccssors to W. where he was held in reyorenco and this number of copies has already been by two to one. G. White. their advertisment in the issue of the Best l'atent Flour. 55c. sold, he is now given away, absolutely positive affection by all. Arbuckles Coffee, 10. For Silt. Eaith is higher than reason, as loyHousehold After Exoosuro to the Cold comCumax, which you should read and Some weeks ago Rev. Ashby Jones, free, o00,000 copies of this most com17 lbs. Sugar, $1.00. alty is finer than investigation. plete, interesting nnd valuable thereby. These gentlemen inprofit now pastor of probably the largest Bap- mon sense medical work ever pub- or wet take a dose of Dr. Dell's 3 Cans Tomatoes, 3 Cans Corn, 3 and fortify yourself against sure you at all times polite treatment An important Difference. for tist church in Richmond, Va., preached lished the reeinient onlv heimr re cold. This is one of the most efficahereby serve notice on am aud the very best of goods They will Cans Peas aud 3 Cans Peaches all I will, on Tuesday, November 15, noI longer connected with the public that IOsal Bv virtue of an order of sale entered bv the Witherspoon's old pulpit in quired to mail to him, at above address, cious remedies known to science for To make it apparent to thousands, from Dr. the Diamend Gus Makgolex. Madison County Court t a single article. After $1 CO. twenty-on- e they are 1S&, the undersigned T. at its October Terra, IS'.U. on tho premises, in Ilichmond, Co. All accounts contracted up te stamps to coughs, colds, aud incipient cousump who think themselves ill, that not misrepresent tbisity We remember how he J. Powers and State 2sth to be pa.d to me. cover cost of mailing only, and the with Powers, not you have mad a purchase from this re y., offer for sale publicly, all the nov2-lhis now dead friend, who he book will be sent postpaid, ALLEN IT. ZABIXU Elected Grand Chancellor. It rthe inflected simplyany disease, but that l!snk.k Trust Co,toassignee of W. F. best bidsell a needs cleansing, is wilt uponpublicly the highest and county, system feelit is in tion. liable house you can return home der ' Nearly a quarter of all cases of into brinjrcomiort nome to ineir nearis. Ky., on the premises in Madison HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE Mr. A. C. Green, of this city, was said, though of another creed, welcom- veritable medical library, complete ing that you have value receive for 1008 pages, as a cosine couuiiiou m JCTIVE SOLICITORS WANTKD EVJ5JIY Grand Chancellor for the State ed, and counseled, and encouraged one volume. Contains free Edition sanity are hereditary. for "The Story or the profusely illustrated. Tho your money. Call on them at the Di- elected using Syrup of tho late Mrs. Nancy Green, consist- by Murat Ilalstead , commissioned PMMpfun" 3, by t representative "the boy pastor of the Raptist church." is precisely the same as that sold at Kentucky by the Tie Sun tin. i ulifnrn OiQciat Historian to the War llingham corner, Main street, and ex- of was as beautiful as $1 60 except only that the books are in ing of druggists. six thousand Knights Pythias Mr. Jones' tribute sold bv all The book was written ia aray Beginning at a boot 10 o'clock, a. m , the folamine their beautiful stock of dress vote of morn- strong mauilla paper covers instead of may shino brightly and the birds may on the Paetfle wita Last BED ROOM SUIT?, camps at San lowing partnership property of the firnTofW. at the meeting ot the Grand Lodge at it was unselfish. pastor Sabbath General Merritt, in the hospitals at HojK.loht, goods, etc. now before all are given sing their sweetest songs isbut if your conof the church, cloth. Send i i i V. & T. J. Powers, viz: A farm of land In Hong Kong, in the American trcsckes at i proud to know ing the present no happiBowling Green. We are taining 110 acres, more or less, located Hi. CAIU'ETS, CHAIRS, ! It stomach ia not right therebottle: of Dr. Manila, in the insurgent camps with V ft H PM 1WA Smith, alluded at length in away. ness for you. Keep a miles west of Kingston on the Speed wellKing-ot the with Dwy, that one of our fellow townsmen will Rev. J. K. turnpike, and within one- -' Parlor Suit, Pictures and Kitchen and in on tliedeck battle Olymptatall of ilsni'a. ston at the the roar ot his prayer to his distinguish predecesis a mystifying headline that is Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the house This half mile of White's Station on the L. & N. fill this office as it is the highest of the and use it accordingly to directions and Markets quoted by Thurman Grocery good ngighborhood,ls Utensils; also Potted Flowers. In this Bonanza for cgtuts. Brimful ot original on K - This farm is ina sor, and many eyes were doubtless printed over an item in a Kentucky the sun and birds will not shine and taken by goverment photographers order iu the State. well fenced, fertile, and is as good corn and Co corner Main and Cheapside as Large book. Low prices. Big nrlisirlanH innrfn Miwltann rmintv. TTv. At of is a solid cherry Bureau made iu the spot paid. Credit given. Drop all prefila. moistened at his beautiful, prayerful daily: "A ccei ver for O. It. Steam 3J. sing in vain. Constipation and indiFreight tcaiii; otter for sale privately ray House nnd the same time ana piace we wm nnoscmnei ((), also a bureau ;md Wash Stand anofQciaf war books. I to" Hie great and good man C." When Hungry Remember This. Outnt free. Addnss. gestion cured. Trial size 10c (10 doses) T.nt.will G(j7c references situated on tne corner oi rorin anu iu following personal property: About 150 barrels No 1 Green Hides F. T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance nidge, btfore which the celebrated diviner Chicago. 50o and ;?1 bottles. Of B. L. Streets, back of A. B. Uurnam's property. of corn . anouv jj snoats, moioi larming and in ..7J(Sic oct2-- m No 1 Green Salt Hides-.- -. While in Lexington recently we stop- the memory of whose association we consisting ot two 2 ho'rse wagons, Rev. Alexander Campbell, prepared u6v2-liThe house has asven rooms, good cistern, staNo Griping or Fains. . b(,12e MiddolloiiNo. 1 Drv Hldert- - . ble aud other necessary outbuildings; the lot one DCering Binder, one- cultivator, Jhree ped for breakfast at the English shall every cherish as a blessing of 1.00fi2.25 contains about 90x90 feet. The prtcfe will bo plows, gear, Ac. Horse Hides Each Arrowamith, III , Jan. 21, 1S!7. lil t toilet in JtvO, and n Goo niuhoguuy Tho precinct polling the largest Dem- reasonable for cash. TlittMS. The aforesaid personal property 25G5c Kitchen, No. 12 West Short street, and God. Sheep Skins Wool on.- Dear Sir: 1 have been bothered for ocratic vote fn llarten county will be be sold tot cash for all sales letuthan KU, SuiiW purchased in SM. will WILLIAM ENGLISH, 2040c found the nronrietor to be J. W. Mas Dr. Withtrspoon leaves a widow and 15 years with constipal ion and 1 have piesonted with a handsome silk Hag. Lamb Skins and for all sales of -! and over will be sold on Bfchmond, Ky. novB-t- t SaIe will bejjin at two o'clock a credit until January 1. 19&). the purchaser to G7c ters, a Madison county man, w ell known six children, the oldest, Loltie, wife of tried many preparations during that Copper per pound- execute note with good security bearing inter- p:. 'oQiMc Brass per pound couetIi is not like a fever. It does in. Terms made known on day of Bell, missionary to Korea; time. I commenced using Dr. CaldA est from the day ot sale- - The land will oe sold 315 2c here Meals at all hours only 25 cents. Rev. Eugene I will ell or rent lny farm of millacres of land and Lead per pound on a credit of six and twelve months in cKjaal saje. in the fall of 1S95 not have to run a curtain course. Cure! one on Ihe Esrno's Stilt frcm 2Jc Lodging, same p.'ice. Remember to and Miss Florence, Eva, Miibelle and well's Syrup Pepsin say payatents, and thepnrchaser will execute Mad Gum Shoes and Boots per pound Ky., W acres for wheat, balance- iu. it is the best it quickly and etlectually wttn One and unhesitatingly frelra with ifeod securilybeariafrlfgal interact 2O0ac call on Jour countymau. He ets the Pauline, aud Messrs. Thomas Dwight remedy Phavo ever found lor my trou- Minute Cough Cure, the beat reinTily 'AV C. GREEN. grass, good dwelling- and all other neceaiy Yellow Boot Dry- -. January1! 1M, until paid with a 1!h retained. .20c iraproreffltH-tsCall on E. M. Herndoa bid ' Kggs per dosen Inntcst meal iu Lexington at the low- and Vernon Ingram Wilherupoon. The ble. No griping or pains after taking for all ages and' for tbqmbetsevrre , or AWnw Call T. JPowcrs & Stats Basic STrist .Co., 7 mond. Ky- - on A Fiue 'Electropoise. pound- ......-lButter per Wat. IIUKT. Wo rccommend'St becauso li'a Yours etc.. honce the popularity of the funeral occured on Saturday, followed cascsi - nov9-29Jc est price, Countrv Urcpii per pound. Awgiee8l v?:r, J8Vv "tf&.t ctop Neuralzla.? Dr.MllWralaFilk. ab this office fct&'rWf novlMm Camstery. 6f U. It, Mlddelton, good. DuliMie& Wellsi' by interment iu Gave Hill Will quote prices cm furs nert week. English KitchttUi m af W smms 6i i.S gSm 5.ac M vi i j ! .rators Sa o ii New-Yor- k iS I III GO TOW"" White & Gibson's Store Mi-ler- , sept-21-o- ui 8nj i- -a I p Hood's-Sarsaparilla- , I elf, e, Dress s - , m HiiiMK-nD.iil- nov2-2m- -- tines, !l-- ear-ol- y. no-to- Ikmm-tie- s. First-clas- buyiuge 1 -T- ill i f llWhi $j . nd t Street, e. n Planter Fmilm NOTICE! Pine-Tar-Hon- ey ed (lj one-cen- r (X-tee- w iiuuj hmfo IU, -- MARKETS. Wj S slj Agai-jalil-o, r'c-tur- es R- lol-low- s. . - $- Zi-j- c IFOIR S-iLXjI- i m - i im -- J BI Jticb-luon- d, - ......... . -- oc v i I 4 i- - aST - i- - s .; - -:-. i- - 'XJ f. .S3.'- . :?W " 'sfegigfiaeaBMaes3 AT- 3. iV ffftw..si "sw."1.' ii " n ' 4 tit iTTrifTtt'TH tB.-'r.- lily :, ii nmnrrafttniiimiiTiiiiT I IIMI M TT i rl ir ri"a'e t nrMmTWMTTWMMW - BLt r - 'F v' -- "" 'T tnTimiinTiTirrrnBta,-g-..- - -HI UMI -, Ml .. Q - ""T y .w7: , LIn Effect May 1, 1898 D.ULY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. L ' 8 Mm&g& j J 1 V, 0Fffe tKKk Eiclroiid Prakfi aXi. JJ noon Reported even' Tuesday fc Co., Staple and E. Deatheraj-Faucy Grocoiies, Richmond, Ky. EGGS 12c cash; 131c in trade. BUTTER Choice, country, I210fcfjc. Mel. I Delicate I at by v :i,nn,en,nn-rnnp.nni?Knnn- AFRAID OF THE NEW TIME. " yli ' AIT BlfcWrs Switaer. gtmnntwEOreana Wtfe HMtgalCHMU Pnmtlort - a.m. -- p.m. 3 3 3 3 3 00 20 32 48 53 6 30 - 6 6 51 7 02 0&rfc7& sffZ?y lehlldrenfj t: "s The Famous Relorm Magazine Has Terrorized The Washington Incompetents. REGEMERO COMPLETE BLISS " Onno4na le Xtwftxm. .. OaatMfilnv. fflmV nth . f f - p . .. 08 7 20 oo 12 8 22 8 2 8 40 4 Oo 4 15 4 52 4 5S a io p.m. ' ? whst IjwUmIs . 1IOUXD. - a.m. 9 tykiffikWW-- ' THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS f BEESWAX 20 25c. WOOL Clear grease wool, )0(")13c; mirry, I015c; tub washed, 25c CHEEsE Countiy, 10c. TIMOTHY SEED-$1.35$1- They do not complain of anything in particular. They eat enough, but keep thin and ui paic. 1 ney appear but have no strength. You cannot say they are really sick, and so you call them delicate. What can be done for them? Our answer is the same that the best physicians have been giving for a quarter of a Give them - " lt r: idiriywcu, 1 . .50. CUOVEIl Gi SI:D-$4.00$5- .00. Afr MWmliith lSP Air SwiUer TTIHiiii II " Omwfflc Nnwtewn. S3? 9 3, l&IjrjE GRASS SEED Stripped, 50 40vr50c. . . . . . - 9 38 J? 1040 11 5 48 5 58 ; ertra clean. 00075c; fancy clean, HiThiKTtHrf Jl Frankfort 10 S6 M 25 11 35 11 SS $ f' is due not only to the originality and IP" HUSH POTATOES 6 se simplicity of the combination, liut also 6 JUJCON 10c. to the care and skill with whiclii it is G4S, 10(ft 121e. 6 S8 manufactured by scientific processes S M-iM- No articles published in years have attracted so much attention as those entitled "Suppressed News fiorn Washington," now running in The New Time, Chicago's aggressive reform magnzine. The third installment appears in the November number and declare that the reason President McKin-le- y does not force Alger's resignation is due to the fact that the former appointed all or nearly all of the otlicials responsible for the 6cauda's now being jm&em "" .Vj? Restores - The Great Slrooj. J cen-tur- v. 7 86 7 20 C. D. BEHCAW, Oen'l Pass. Agent 8. HAXTEK. Oca'l Supt. Fraakfert. Keatncky. 1 r5 r " T3? ' "o' E I S! o & ::D s p go C t iZ IIIs a && cr tr cere- - aea K r o a S: Illslssl occoocoo -3 ' a c t! o o ????--- ? I 1 p tc if ! oBBgEHHH frt"-- 1 Rijul. Mt. WrrliBit and S-- u4 fr Ohio 8mIwj.j. Timk of Trains at Wincheter. Ky. WEST BOl'NO. Accom 6 5S am 7 39 fiuisi ille Kaatcra Esprers . ! IeiaKto Honrbrsd Yoifc Uil K. F.V BOl-N- 3 69 pm 4 50 pm am j A-- Than Ever-- to reach all points in Arkansas. . Slexioo. Anrona and California The T with which the Illinois tdid train Yestibulcd ( e uipprd makes it "Easier Than is e " to take a trip to the aboTe mentioned -m-rtc- e iit-d- 9 15 am Aecoffl. fnrmftoB and MorrlmMl V. 11 58 am e Yort LiwtNl V. V. a mm rrtisl hv last mad Mt. Merline Aoeesa lsiataa 9 3 pa-- foar or five other nice cottages, well )ocated ries of meetings at Mick Rock school WubraKtos EzpreM xwA pnittnTvH fnr sal on onsv terms. Call at Aii pmaMdatia trains run (faily except Sbb- - my otlice o er Messrs. Whitc'A Gibson's s!orc, house last Sunday with one addition hy Other trains run dally. with Stephen D Parnsli, Attorney-at-Labaptism. Ikroufi sleeping ana timing cu sc4im: io FLOniDV II. PAKRISII, Ke York. Fai uierb say their corn is rotting on jan26-t- f Attormv and Agent For iDformatioB. raU-- or sleeper reservations K. IKMI. Afrent tliestdlk ami in the shock. They are allonormnte Kirhmond. Ky. not clone sowing wheat on account of oriiEORTiE W. BARNEY. 1 II . A.C A O. H . Lexinffton. Ky. so much rain. The young people of this vicinity will gather at Miss Eddie Heath man's on Saturday next, to go on a persimmon hunt and are anticipating a lovely . The present sciie.lule of Illinois Central Itail- time. JS. . m aoaiiHn io KiiurieuuiK ll ,iiv m Memuhis and New (Irleans. bas made it "Iiasier s EAST meeting continues '2 at the Baptist church. There have .$ additions by been about tweniy-sevo'i confession and several by restoration. 3 Soc and $1.00: all drurgists. .. . There was a. light frost last Sunday ar SCOTT ii BOWSE, Chemists, New Tor. .1 j night. The leputation of Speedwell neighA NEW WAY TO TREAT DIPHTHERIA. bors for being good feeders is not ex pected to sullcr at the teachers' meet"Mr Archie Woods, of Harrodsburg, ing; at SjKjedwell Saturday. So come one, eonie all and have an enjoyable handed the Sayings the appended item under the above caption that may be dav. N IKA?) CICO. Cat. a matter of interest to many. He sajs f.W TO UK. Jf. Y-COCISVILLE. Ky. XEWBY. he clipped it from a paper many jan5-l- v years ago. It reads as follows: i i MibS Belle Million is visiting friends Quite a discovery iu the treatment ot NT. TO OUR in Pineville. diphtheria has been made here. A younz Dr. J. A. Davis is building a tenant man, whose arm had been amputated, The Quaker Vallev MfR. Co. of Chicaeo have j was attacked by diphtheria before healrfwiuetri tiK to mnonccf.' that thev haAe sever house at this place. d al thousand sets of Jbe finest coin R. .1. Heathman i building a house ing took place, and instead of the matter War Memorial fepoofr left over from their postpaid. dihtrihution. Thcv will incident to that disease being depositr.fntset of six of then? spoors mail,etery sub-- I at this Reach Alley street. to a full CLIMAX, mho will send name senbertothe Hohn:ui,of Lexington, ed in the tlnoat, the greater portion and address a postal card will do If, on j Jliss Fannio appeared on the wounded arm, ami the find them the, roost is visiting her bister, Miss .Mattie of the spooni, 'a eiquisiieU ieautifu! sptcimens of the silver- - j diphtheria was very light and easily S3.00 remit j smith's art ou eersa. and worth managed. Dr. Davis cf Alaukato, as payment in InH. within 30 days; if Thcent". not pleased, return spoon immediately. Each j .Mr. Ii - lisidcn. of Valley View, profited by this, and in his next cas-or a different IeMKn spoon is ijtindnv with lins .Mattie llol- - of diphtheria blistered his patient's coffecsne showmtr soldier in camp in Cuba. sjient chsi Morro Castle and four V. S Battleships. They j man. and on this blistered part the chief deare imperishable meitentoes of the iate war. mis uiosl nil sutscriier sncui ...! ...... . .iu.I. W'forp it .... J.J Etnbry and Stoneiuan lleath- - posits appeared. This was also an easy ...!.. ICItiai klllfll iili. biiu .ilkt'im too late All that's necessary is to say jou're a j mail fchippeil a "ir JUail Ol nogs aud case of the disease. The theory of Dr. subscriber to the L:JIAA tins is niiponani) Davis is that diptheii usually appears and that vou except Memorial Spoon Offer. CUlie . aiurtl.l. Addn-sMr. John Agee, Sr., is Very low with in the tlnoat because of the thinness of Ql.AKEKVALLEYMFO. CO.. 3. wesl jiarri.sonai...nicaKo. j,IJ(.mo,,j., ;uitl HOI expected tt live. the lining of the throat. Jlence, when aip31 4in the blister breaks the skin upon any Jle is fc: vears old. Mrs. Maiy A. Million has returned other part of the body, the disease apome alter a two veeKs visit wun pears there. Minnesota letter to the Salem Mass. Gazette. friends in Lexington. I linre rrnttsl for 189s the several honses ad- Rev. Absalom Reynolds closed a se December, but have now Buelilen'si Arnica Salve. me n u 1 known to the Oamiokxia Fig Sykup Co. only, and vc 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 Fi Sykup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured ty other parties. The high standing of the- California Fig Sritur Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has. givrn to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a gnaranty 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 docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its bcnetlcixL effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. - 1I.AIU) Tf'iSJjC. GRASS-$1.2of.$1- .35. (ORCHARD JSJiLED i scoffs Emulsion i Oil with Hypo- of phosphites. It has most re- markable nourishing power. It gives color to the blood. It brings strength to the mus- cles. It adds power to the nerves. It means robust health and vieor. Even deli cate infants rapidly train in flesh if given a small amount a.: A r l. uay. .1 V inree or tour iniics Cod-Liver lldii) TOP 60c. IlYE-G- Oc. S Ii "a ar CORRESPONDENCE. PANOLA. Rev. Uorusby' 2 H investigated. The administration papers are indignantly demanding that The New Time he called to account for these articles, but the magazine con tinues to pour editorial shot ami shell into the Washington intrenchineiits. It is the most interesting and startling matter now being published The November Times is a most attractive number. A beautifully illustrated article on "Life in the Ruskin Colony" is from the pen of Herbert N. Casson. The magazine contains the firet chapter of a delightful satire, "How I became a Millionaire" by Mark Pullafeller, a capitalist until now unknown to fame. The cartoons, editorials, general information concerning the reform movement and selected matter make up a grand issue of this famous inngazine. If you are not already a subscriber to The New TimesendThe Climax a dollar for an annual subscription and we will forward it for you. For SI 90 we will send The and The Climax for one year. You must not fail to read this great magazine. 111erlcnn. la now nllliln eoy rrarh of eierv 30iU)s treatment Is poslti-l- guaranteed to nire the most complicated cuso or Nervous Debllltj-- . or Wasting Disease. It nets powerfully and ciukkly. Ii (lie renl A New .Man. IliMlcnlly IVrfc-rl- . orilir ne or lti:(;Ei:i:i). Vonmi men will Old Men will recover their lost manhood, and restores tc their YontMul t;jor. full lifoandl;or, all sufferers from Seminal Weak, Varicocele, Spemiattorhca, nesses, Impotency, Nightly Emissions, Lost liraln and Muscular Power, Weak Memory. Wakefulness, Kill Dreams, DesponUliul-jontes TM10"LVCII ISI3M:i3I"" j rOANDY CATHARTIC . J e, of Confidence, mid iflt effects of or sexual excess and irdi 1 ret Ion, which unfits one for business, study or marrl.uje. it VA K. K IJO goes at once to tlio root ot me disease that Is why It cures. It Is tho greatest Ncrx e Tonic in the world Action and restores that Is why It gives Vlcor.-.the Fire or Youth. It Is a miri clous lilood I'url-Ile- r that Is w hy the I'inh (Jlorv comes linek Io the pale cheeks. Insist upon having ltKURNKIlO. Can be carried In est poiKct. Hy mall 1.00 per box, 01 rlx for gS.OO. We cheerfully refund Ih'r money where ilx lioxes do not effect a cure. Circulars f pee. Address tho American Omcc of dency, BORDEAUX MEDICALCO.cEK.fl'sept2I-ly - For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. Write JOHN WEDDEKBURN & CO, Patent Attor- ney, Washington, D. C. for their S1.8U) prizo oUer and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. -- S'i'fcSr SSP KTVk raaCq? W. C. SUMEB.-JO- HJI IIOSIIAL. Ucadachobad? Get Dr. Miles l'ain fills. fef Q 3gW ffM "JA" mv df K . Ij AT 5' jk. ",. &f- Slimer &. Hosha SB8Hk im EXPERIENCE LITE STOCK SALESMEN, Union Stock Yards, New-Time- s Tgmmmr gi Anyone peiiuillg u sicuii mm isvl ,,.,,,, iujj qulcltly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest acency fcr t ecunnp patents. Patents taken tbroush Hnira & Co. recelvo spfruzi noticr, minuub luantv, iu iuu f!nDvrjmuT; Ac. Trade Marks designs ?i r trx& xsr ytfx IriSIM ,:y giv "vs im : '" i&3F?zZL 'Ti-fe- i i . J&rrl 231(3 " SUBSCRIBERS-IMPORTA- The geniality of some people ainoui ts to a positiye blemish in character. Cincinnati, O. silver-plate- plat-eo- I The woman of the hour is generally JTirOur Commission charges are $300 per car the one who says bhe will be ready in for hogs, 50c. per head for cattle. Reference Western German Bank, Cincina minute. sept7-lnati, Ohio. y A handsomely illnstrated weklr. of any jcientlflc Joumil. Ter.ns. r, a yenr: four months. $L Sold by all ncwrtealcr. WIUNN&Co.3,!-,Bad-a"'-Ne- llivc iva :'$ . o Xs : V-- - v York C 2S 27 Branch Office, (25 F St.. Washington, U. ! Not Baltimore and Ohio BUT rer-ip- t llol-ina- n. . I- after-dinn- er Late to bed and early to rise, prepares a man for his home iu the skies. Rut early to bed and a Little Karly Riser, the pill that makes lift longer and better and wiser. Douglas it Wells TAKE WARNING. ff ,sV" m a- Ji-.- . U B fl S-- " o?p.rszinii g. s. is & I r l accx-p- i - , ,,.,.,, i j Read This!,, -- EMR THAI m economist ranges m 13 - The Rest Salve iu the world for Cuts. .Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sorts, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Coins and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price '2o cents per box. For sale by Perry it Thomas' Drug Store, Successors .to AV. G. White. ALFRED CLAY THE declo-ly The Mas'inie lodge at Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, has sent a circular letter to Masonic lodges in this country warning the fraternity against coming to those islands with the expectation of making money by investments, or of securing employment in any way. The letter states that there is but an occasional and uncertain demand for skilled workmen and tho supp'y of clerks, stenographers etc.. already far exceeds the demand, while all the professions, medical, den tal and the law, are more than overcrowded, and many are aiming in Honolulu only to meet with .distress. book-keeper- Ck rV iJlUiiiiilio - A , v .isr P xliftjfjl MWi(l-Sntffi- l( sl wlWA W "5 X l yiNlYl '"Ring out the old PulS oufc U10 false "Norway Ring ia tho new RlDZ E the true " "j WIfsAftiv'-- jbMiiIbb piney forests of '& Eftr j mmmm w la . nWil i? Show Ira. Ounbi-nation- s, PR, fjn j sJSy"L"i Om$ Mmv3niwmQ OE,LL w .s flflPPW KS!5Kiipf) Nature's most natural remedy, improved b science to a inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bionchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of thattuklinj is removed, and the inflamed membranes are hi aled an J soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS A Business Parable. lllarrodsburfr Democrat. Cure for coughs, ioUs and all Pleasant, Permanent, Positive e CHAMPION. H X FOX. ITstill County. Alfred Clay, of Austerlitz, this county, won the championship of Kentucky Pi U e en'ral is tHr only line which rims Free trains luirts Chair- Cr and Vcstibaikl weekK I..His.ill- to the South, also a 2Q Tb ii ill Car for CillforBia , Pult, - every 9 SSpm L Lum ilk-Friday . Thursday 8 lsam Heiupi'is t TecrfH-Iea7 4ripni A Fridav 8 Ulipii Friday L 8 Cam A ronston itatarday 4 45pm - in Antonio Katnrday A ' paso Sunday 3 45pm A 9 aipui a -- Angeles Monday 5 15pm A ii Francisco Tvesday . s I ton. O VTSKSX:s:ire! r X en risrap &mS!riwr) yi':'.. k ic h yvi ; j '.sH;;sfei sr!k si"r ?" ; cn CO J H I ictritiiry awntiooed will do well to cora- ii mi with It ii. Fofrtcr, lYaxeuns rassea- ncr A(rnt, Ltnisi ille. K . Vi. Aifibd Ksuosd, A G. r. A Lonisville, Ky. A. H. Hinsoi. J P. A.. ki sdesirinetoniakeacoiBlortaWetripto Kcxifiiiff, Guttei-in- ? 4'biraKo. III. dec29-- l and General Job "Work. & ritw:TH-S.- . Oi Hi 2, da.. May am ot v. ' "I Taking Effect Mon i. 1K. Ko. j Ex Hub Ex Sbh Ex sun; Ko. 1st Class. 2d Class. jjo. 9 i m .SYRUP CURES V mi i y &b DR. CALDWELL'S name It JwhwmHe 1 a Viecr I! Willi 1 -- Mil II II J 1 II ' A.M. P.H. CSS 7 A.M. 6 39 6 4S PEPSI i IPATION.E p 1 669 Uoxaasnad. TTanm ' Manias. nsjasrtofil PanntQ i t K. I. U 13 tl sa 8 13 8 39 833 14) 8 59 9 15 89 65 "f-and fl It KM t HOICK Pt'IlE IlItED PLYMMOTH Kati, CocLereis fur sale at hic, 7"c OX. MRS. H. II COLYER. auRil-a- n Richmond. Ky. sv . lirfee n 1 SB 19 25 W 49 11 35 4 S 4- - f 4- - . Irvine ITnja Ne.2rSo. No. .No. lu tx Sbb Hx San Ex Sun Ex Sun A.M. Si, f f4 4-- P.M. 2 Ifillios 6C 299 2 41 247 SS S IS t) P. 31. A. M 11 1 1 1 55 05 20 45 r f e Rock, f f 4-- f-f Nicblaiu Versaiii VaUcy Vkw 6J8 6 SI 339 3 45 4 19 2 15 3 60 3 25 4 JO C 10 FOR'. "5'vtc, Sag, "ioTTvatio atAti 3YccacY&xy ius.. f-- 5W A. M. - P. M. All trains cnuamrt with Louisville Southern trains !( ana f r n Louisville. All trains with C. N. O. A. T. P. trains toand from do tnnati. .1 W R'H'K. Train Dispatcher. W. II ADAMS. P.M. P. M. Six of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. ' I m EAsntnoin. - h SOUTHERN RAILWAY. ) In the Prudcntat, you arc offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on theirobt approved plans. In Accident Insurance wc again Rive the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26) Second Street, Up Je2-l- y Stairs. (IS KENTUCKY In hrlicdule effect May 1. 1808. I I ' No. 6. No.3. m 4.05pm1 7.pm 9 Wwam kSpra S.07pm GK0. W. RILEY Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends 1.'- Louisville Wright's Celery Capsules. Ar Sorll.vviile. C)im f.Mpra fc&nam Ar La. reneeb e .. . Shelbyville, Kv., May 2G, '9G. To iMKam, CSS"uiijlO-0"piAr Versailles 7Mjpa laSipm Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: ArUffnrtoa Gents I have purchased a box of rTo.c Ko.i' UtklWHKl. Wrichf s Celerj Capsules from G. N. 7.4.'inm. 4.4yjiin 6.ftsm Cv .. . Menv 5.(spm SL27am .Miiidelton, druggist, and used I hem for ar Versailles. RSifcin fMpm U'am Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- Ar Lfi'reoeeb S v ill.-.- . . .27aai 6 lf)m 6.23am Ar tsfc.il) W.!&iBi 76(Hn 7.50am pation and found that they cave me im-- i Ar Ijoui-vPmediate relief every time. 1 think it an iXos 1. 2. ad 6 carry Free Observa excellent remedy. tion Chair 7 n ' No 1 Crs. WEsTIlOCyU. I No. 12. No. 14. ','j. IX. Ko-- 11. KTAT10S: 4tkH Lv Ar rjsipmi lausun aaan Ar.IrscurcAr ti.2.ipm RJTm uAipiB raicnj IO 43am Ar liwdslMtAr 4 4upm 7.2fm . uv i.jjpm 7.25aia t.Ar WESTBOrND. KaETaotTliH. No. ie.'No. en. STATION'S. L.oitsil Ar HUt'iam 7Jpm L.nn 7.40am --VPB, ajan Ar Shcibvil Ar, .27am. Cipm m in.i Ar V.TsIlt--, An S.U5am 4.1.Sr.m ..I.TMl ILHkisa Ar MWvtar An 7.45am! 3.3spm ;.4.aan .2.fca Ar Georgtn Lvl 7.15aml 3.0uiiin BaarawcsH. Yours very truly, 9 Iis1l Geo. W. Rilev. iura. ITBUKNSGAS? The Seu Acctjlenc Gas Bicycle Lamp. KATU;tU. WEBTBOUKD. STATIONS. X. No S.. "JtNa CtNo. 2. k.2tc i.-itn 5.lpm ArNienlvillAr, 68am 4.lpm Ar RiebBiad Lv &u5am 3.15pm 2.0upm ..lAr Irviae Lv Lv IxHilvilAr;IUL5.m Lv js4ls A". 70am r&-- l PI ' K &'Cr8 j c nor SCOT, SMOKE, Saturday at the shooting tournament la there a gun club in Richmond? of the Kentucky Gun Club at LouisCorn husking is quito lively here ville, killing twenty-fiv- e successive live now. birds. Messrs. Fawcett, Jake Gay, Grant Ilniney went to Clay City Sun- George William Clay, Fallis, Harris and Pragotf finished second, killing day. birds. T. If. Clay, Jr., .Mm Newton Tuttio is very ill with twenty-fou- r Lyons and YVytson finished third, nervous prostration. twenty-tiee birds. With the title There is an abundance of quail, rabof champion of Kentucky Mr. Clay was bit, fciiine and squirrel here. presented with a handsome silver cup. Nearly everybody here attended George Williams Clay ami T. II. Clay, county court at Irvine the third Mon- Jr., who finished second and third, are day. brothers of the winner. Paris "News Dr. It. Combs, of College Hill, made Parsnip Comnlcxiuii. several professional calls here this week. It does not require an expertto detect Farmers report corn greatly dam the suiFerer from kidney trouble. The aged here. It is variously estimated hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes, the to is un- dark, puliy circles under the eyes, the that from d shallow complexion insound. dicates it. To decide a bet, please state which A physician would ask if you had exceed iu number the white or colored rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the population of Richmond. hack or over the hips, stomach trouble, John Clroves bought a house and lot desire to urinate often, or a burning or h of scalding in passing it; if after passing in mine ior $100, about what it was worth a few years a'o. there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it Hogs are selling here at '5V4C per must be at once repeated, or if the urine pound. New corn at $1.50 per barrel. has a brick dust deposit or 6trong odor. Old corn at 2. Country bacon is cur-- j When these symptoms are present, rent at 10c per pound. No sale at all no time should he lost in removing the for potatoes. Chestnuts 25 to 30 cents cause. per gallon. Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of win tne editor Kinuiy miorui us the bladder, inflammation, causing stopthrough the columns of the Cliuax if page, and sometimes requiring the there is a law to prohibit the killing of drawing ot the urine with instrumeim-o- r quail at any time for the next two or may run into Rright's Disease, the three years. Please give briefly the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble. game law of Kentucky. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe great discovery of the eminent kidney and Winter Excursion Rates to Southern Resorts bladder specialist, is a positive rtmedy via Southern Railway. for such diseases. Its reputation is Reginning October 15th Winter Ex- world-wid- e and it is so easy to get at cursion tickets to principal Southern re- any drug store that no one need suffer sorts, including Asheville and Hot any length of time for.want of it. Springs, N. C. and Flotilla points, are However, if you prefer to fust test its on sale by connecting lines via South- wonderful merits, memtion The Rich ern Railway. mond Cimax and write to Dr. Kilmer Tickets allow 15 days stop overs, and & Co., Dinghaintoti. N. Y. for a sample are good to return until May 31, 1899. bottle and book telling all about it, both The Southern Railway quickest and 6ent absolutely free by mail. I best. Write for maps, schedules and 111. H. Tayloe, Asst. TOBACCO DEAL IN 0WENSB0R0. rates. Genl. Pass Agent, Ixmisville; C. A. ISaird, traveling Pass. Agent, Louisville; J. C. A big tobacco deal was recently Beam, North Western Pass, Agent, closed in Owensboro whereby Mr. A. Chicogo. C Tompkins purchased from Massie Bros. 225 hogsheads of leaf tobacco stored iu one of the Louieville tobacco warehouses. The total amount paid for the tohocco was about 524,000. Averaging the hogsheads at 1,200 pounds each, the usual weight of a leaf tobacco hogshead, the price paid is a little over seven cents a pound. The eutirc purchase was Prior leaf, and in fine condition. It had been carefully picked and all faulty leaves removed. It was all strips and in just the proper condition for tho export trade. Mr. Tompkins has already shipped tlfe tobacco to a foreign market, but he declined to say what s5" v market. The price paid was more &?: than had been oirered the Massies on TeedlnK the Fire. The most powerful engine must stop if the Louisville market, another indicathe fires are not fed. Man is the most won- tion that Owensboro is a better tobacco derful piece of machinery in the world, yet kill-in- i; n one-thir- d one-fift- h parsnip-coloreone-tentt, ed well-made Once a farmer had one thousand eight hundred bushels of wheat, which he sold, not to a single grain merchant, but to one thousand eight hundred different dealers, a bushel each. A few cf them paid him in cash, hut far the greter number said it was not convenient then, but would pay later. A passed, and the man's bank account ran low. "How is this?" he said. "My one thousand eight hundred bushels of grain should have kept me iu aflluetico until another crop is raised, but 1 have parted with the grain and have instead only a vast number of accounts, so small and scattered that I cannot get around and collect them fast enough to pay expenses." So he posted up a public notice and asked all those who owed him to pay quickly. But few came. The rest said: "'Mine is only a small matter, and I will go and pay one of these days," forgetting that though each account was very small, when all were put together they meant a large sum to the man. Things went on thus: the man got to feeling so badl;, that he fell out of bed and awoke, and running to his granary found his one thousand eight hundred bushels of wheat still safe there. He had only been dreaming, and hadn't sold his wheal at all. Moral The next day the man went to the publisher of his paper and said : 'Here, sir, is the pay for your paper; and when next year's subscription is due you can depend on me to pay it promptly. I stood in the position of an editor last night, and I know how it feels to have one's honestly earned money scattered all over the county in small amounts." s IS 5S! filifw Southern In grip as well as coughs and colds. Itmars weak I ones strone. Mrs. II. A. Metcalfe, Pcducah. Ky. I AM 88 YEARS OLD,anilneveri:srd nny remedy equal to iir. Bell's Pine i. It plves quiet; and permanent rrlirf Bottles Cr.ly. 25c, 50c. ant $1.00 Sizes EE SURE YOU GET 0 ts7?TT Mutual Imimi ueipj $ Efl Of Lexington, Kentucky. -. .- s fe s Mantel, Upriglit, -- honifthiug new. and Iron BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS -- Six different varieties Bent Glass. Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES Prom &L30 to $40. CENTER TABLES Toe to SS.00 in Ash, Oak, Hungarian xsh, Birds-Ey- e Mapl and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Martiball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany. HungaMaple, Oak and Ash. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e ROCKERS From GOc to $13.00. DINERS At 83.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $1S.00. FOLDING 15KDS ng $ fi5 Y n -- - 2?w. Kty' Safest Investment Largest Profits. AND SURPLUS. pg rt i We are too busy to irive a fall Iit of our stock, bnt assure yoa that anything yoa may need you can find at our new quarters. ? to3 Jap mp ? "5 5$ S123.169.40 PAID IN MATURITIES. DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. m 845,294.68 RESERVE When iii the City Make Your Headquarters With -' COUPONS MATURED OCTOB Ref.No. Cou. Xo. 21)72 :0:V5 . - I, 180S. Cost. 39 40 40 37 39 35 39 87 3S 33 35 3S 37 35 37 37 31 31 37 30 31 30 32 30 29 34 35 34 32 33 31 27 ."54 Name. Address. l'aiil. $ S 73 :!814 . . Thos l'orman Estate, Lexington, Ky . G 15 Newton . 47,11 " liurgin 310:: . . 35):51 . . K A Perkins . ' oltiO . . 4010 . . Miss F Sangergeld . Louisville ' :!232 . -- 40S2. . Tilda Morton . . . Lexington " 321) I . .4123. . 11 Amspiger . " " G.J47 . . 4207 Newton . . . 3412 . . 4318 . . I)r S H Stevenson . . . Chicago, 111 Louisville, Ky 3478 . . 42."8 . . N J Klunib ' " 3539 . . 4405 . . Jas Peters .... ..GB ... 50 . 50 . 50 50 . 50 . 50 GO . 3004. .4470. . . . . - GEHIMG READY Every expectant mother has a trying ordeal to face. If she does not 300S 3727 3S17 3880 3943 4000 4003 O W Pohlman . . 4515 . . Emery Hikes . 4730 . . Geo I) Itobertson . . Lexington, " Paris, 4S15 . . Lucv Parker . . 4878 . . A J Tavlor Lexington, " . 4S35 . . Geo I) itobertson 4121 . . 4993 . . Geo D Robertson . 4552 . . 4000 .PE liell .EI) Say re .... . Harrodsburs" Lexington " " . Louisville 00 50 . 50 92 95 95 87 92 82 92 87 44 08 08 19 44 ,,rn m JUL A .lip &&&&&&&&&&&& ;d pprn ii r l 1 ui 00 44 19 S9 80 50 50 50 50 50 50 . 50 . . 77 (Hi 82 CO 89 80 87 19 S2 00 ladisoii iloHOiiental Works ESTABLISHED 1863. 4170. .5050. 3230. .5112. 4294. .5274. 4494. .5550. 45 "M! . . 50S0 . . . 4353 . . 5213 . . 4433 . . 54.".!) . . . Geo Mrs M Taylor Mrs Ella Crane II A Welsh Joe Coyle Ciarein-Stono ... ... ... AJTatlor D' Itobertson - 50. 50. . S? 19 87 19 71 SO JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. ... .... . " " " ' " 50. 00. . " 4035. .5545 4700 . . 5700 . . Mies Mary Ilolloway 47S5 . . 5787 . . John Heintz 48IS . . 5S5G . . J W Applelon PE 1II .... . Cincinnati, 0 Ixniisville, Ky . . Nicholasville 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50. . . . llatrcdshurt; Lexington, " 79 43 87 19 CO 30 79 43 S4 58 71 32 S4 58 31 05 CO SO Blouumeuts, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. '. fe (jKU is 50:57 . . 0033 . . 4905. .4181. 4978. .5904. .MaryDahn . 5113. .0127. 5173. .0255 get ready for it, there is no telling what may happen. Child-birt- 5254 . . 5540 Chapman 5312 . . 0358 . . Eliza Shiddel 5409 . . 0441 . '. Mary Johnson ..ME II .JMrs linker Goodrich . Kliza . Mima Hanson V X Cropper . . .Ft Thomas"' Lexington, " . . - Louisville," Ixingtou " Louisville, " . . . . . 50. . . . 79 82 79 74 77 79 .... . . . . 5473. .0577. h is full of uncertainties if Nature is not given proper assistance. otSier's Friend It the best help you can use at this time. is a liniment, and when regularly ap- VA' n Nti.LiNo.i ..... . 5.10-am- 'r(eS&Jl)k' SRE4SE DAKGER i l ( L : 4 Ar KnaxrUto.. Ar Aaajctrtile.. Ar Jacks vine Ar Jaaran Ar latfcn Im'li3p 8.IalHn, 7.43am l 7.45nm 1.15pm 4 .. Arlliniin" Ar Atlanta rtlto 7.2pm ja.am "tiBOam 5.IU1D 'i S Ar IHtwiasnaa ...... .. Ar atenduut Ar Kw Ortaans...... No I carries I'rae Chair car Louisville to !.iminjrura UK-r- cjnaectiBA with Solid Vest!-limTrain carryinjr Uirouch Pullman Slccp-i- a Car to U.noinbam. Meridian andNewOr-teao- a. alkdjakes close connection &t Chattu-n-un- ri .for .Atlanta, Maoou, Jacksonville and Pullmao Sleeper Louisville to '4wttaaoara and llirmlBKham, also Lexington U. Jaiisonvllle via HotSprincs, Asheville, Ht Pulltuan Union Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans. tDally exccptSundflT. A WnnwK.P.tT.A, S.T.Swift,P.&T.A Louisville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Ir S.CANSOH.MV P.tO.M., J.M.CDXP.T. m Wushlngton. D. C "Washington, d.C. W A.TtrBJC.GJ.A.. vVJI.n.TATXXiJLG.HA. D. & Washlneton, IBJTHle,K ke 5.U0am,lL4Uam 8.10am pjn 7.4im G.2Jam U.3.mm lLlOpm 15 mm la loam laSOum ia30am lrM;$ 53i It s &3S0LUTELY cost 1 rif nrltar. wl li Can't larorMmj out like a Oil Lamp. pr-- Uslt a n - lioiir. K Thron-- tIMgT. forjjrcui.t uiiliui iUmtli.o . . . . Greatest D cycle Izr 1 cf the Tear Frc 31 yonr 3ecicr S4.OO. or tent prspcJ KlEKOCrlA, VIIS. jlv6-E- Ii J f.-- t r.'wt-- ikiij C BADBER BRASS iSPS. ,eQc' ' I ,YRUPINDIGESTION. N PEPSI II t CURES DR. CAL.DWELL'5 I plied several months before baby comes, it makes the ad vent easy and nearly painless. It relieves and prevents " morning sickness," relaxes"the overstrained muscles, relieves tho distended feeling, shortens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer,'l, tain without any dangerous after-effectMother's Friend is good for only one purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. his market than Louisville. It is one of no matter how strong and One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or bodily frame may be, if the fire of life the biigest tobacco deals ever made sent by atpies on rcec.pt of price-within him is not constantly fed his limbs Fiiee Books, contsininp valuable Information for women, will bo Hint to any address and muscles become powerless and useless. here. Owensboro Messenger. Upon application to The reason men become helpless and REdUl-ATOdiseased is because the food they eat, CO.. THE BRAUFII-LOvercome evil with good. Overcome which is the fuel of life, is not properly your coughp and colds with One Atlanta, Ga. Minute digested and appropriated by the stomach jan5-land nutritive organs. It is not completely Cough Cure. It is so good children transformed into the strength and working cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, power which is to man what steam is to pneumonia, grippe ami all throat and the engine. Fine Chickens and Dnoksl "Golden lung diseases. 1) nights & Wells. That wonderful power-makin-g "Medical Discovery," invented bjr Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of the "Answer With A Kiss," a new and Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of BufIalo; N. Y., imbues the human digespretty ecng, by Walter Champ of the have aboufc Twenty glands with tive juices and capacity to extract abundant nourishment Bourbon News, has just reached us from the food. It builds up organic tissue, and is very much appreciated. This Brahma Cockerels for nerve fiber, hard muscular flesh and work- is not Mr. Champ's iutioduction in the ing force. It gives a man steam. sale at SI. 00 each. Also What it did for Mr. K. S. Hughes, of Junction, musical field as he is alieady the afew Thoroughbred Mamis given 111 his own words. Hunterdon Co., N. J., He writes: "I received your kind letter, and author of several successful produc moth Pekin Drakes (Ranin reply would say that mine was a bad case of tions. His new song can be had by kidney and liver trouble, and that six bottles of kin, Hallock and Newman Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and four writing to the publishers,Ilscn & Co.. bottlesof little Pellets' effected a complete cure. strains) SI. 00 each. West 2nd. street, .Cincinnati, O. It is weU known that almost every engineer is troubled more or less with kidney trouble, especiCall on or address ally on our last express trains. I run one hunThere are no professional woman didred and forty-fou-r miles on these trtins every day in the week, and have had no return of the vert. It is impossible to talk under HARRY S. MORGAN, trouble since taking the remedies, nearly three water. yesri ego,' novMf 'White's Station, Madison Co., Ky. s. R y blood-making 5530 . . 0000 . . J M &. John Skate 5597 .0709. . J IS ililliurd Wadsuorth O 5007 .0809 Hanodsburg Cox 5719. .0873. . KFJohnson Baltimore Md 5771. .0951. . W J iNewman . . . . Lexington Ky 1 . 701 0829 Dll Good 70C0 . . Ur A P Taylor 5952 . . 7130 . . lSelle Hammond . . . Louisville, " 0009 . . 7215 Theresa Shafner 0975 . . 7301 . . J W Applelon Lexington " 0132 . . 7302 . . IT J Marts . . . Danville " 0215 Catherine Lang . . . . L.ouisvillo "4 .Perry Crosth'saite ....Lexington," . ' Atlanta, Ga Lexington Kv Louisville, " 33 32 31 . . 43 00 43 32 00 Tliose who are contemplating Inn jng Marble, Granite, or any kind of 43 01 85 Cemetery Work, will tind it to their intereist to call at the old stand in the reai 79 43 of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will tind constantly on hand urge stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes; of i i 00 a W G. GOUCIIKK. one of the best wort men in Central buyers 1 FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. i5Mi:. jt 71 74 32 29 31 31 . . . CO IIP 71 71 Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every plrise. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs., which will be furnished on application. g&-- YOU P. PATKONAGE SOLICITED.- -. 25 31 5S1-C- . C2S0 0303 Oil!) 0500 0592 GG40 .... EG Troud J M & John Skniu C Y Freeman 0703 0779 GSISI I 0879 0020 0974 "0S2 7120 7215 "202 7325 7375 7432 7521 7571 7718 7700 7835 7907 Ford Ford S SWells F II Norton W II W II ISuckner Mc Kirov, Agt Miiidlchung" ' Lucy Short. " " John V Coffey Mary A Lighter Lexington ' ' ' Mavinc E J Shannon . J I) Tim ell .... .... .... .... "... .... .... . . . . . 50 71 " " . . Lexington " AT Eastland AIILeFevre J 1) Purcell C V FraniU Jos Burger A F Wheeler ISB&isco V W1I JSaliard . ... ... . . . . . .' " ' " .Georgetown' Lexington ' ' " Richniontl.Iiul Lexiimloi 30 f.0 . 29 50 . 25 50 . 29 50 . 20 50 . 27 50 . 24 50. 25 50 23 '59 25 50 . 25 50 24 50. 22 50 . 20 50 19 50 . 20 50 . 20 50 . 20 50 . 17 50 . 20 50. 19 50. 17 50. 18 50 . 17 09 00 SO 5S 41 CO SO J77VYES D. HAMILTON. Proprietor. 59 41 01 85 54 55 50 97 52 04 50 97 I aNT- 50 97 W: l3.fi 51 55 49 70 45 02 42 47 ,'45 02 ." WWSJvv- ij.i.f 45 02 45 02 ichmond Market m'JS'lm1 lb?;i J'WU)wJ'Wv ) '' 3S03 45 42 40 3S 40 3S 85 33 3S 35 20 33 31 02 47 34 05 31 03 74 IS 50. 50.. Harrodsburg Lexington, " Ky class cattle, is why we hav e always enjoyed a cood shar e ot Richmond's patronage. Those that hae not favored us with orders in the past will be convinced, by "riving us a trial order that our Beef, Mutton, Pork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market. iitM Jiil'L i.7r:ft?fcv t l"i Ul ml J It,s Poor loaric to that M euts are alike. Our meats are the best. We kill first- a-- ree m4WK4M'WB'K II Milton Johnson WT Jones J Loughridgo B "Wilson . Nicholasvillo'' I exington " " " Maysville 10 5f 15 50. 17 50. Nannie Louisville ' " 16 59 . 12 50 5Q . . 14 50 . 2,731. 3S ' 35 03 74 n vegetables sach as Beans, Potatoes, Pea, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce 09 Ac, 4c., cau be found in our market at all times. Taunting you for cast .muui,i., 45 solicit a continuance of same. Home-grow- Fresh Rish Iecieved Daily. Rad-dish- e, 17 Thoroughbred Light Paid-u- p Profit over cost Certificate. Total S2.1 09.00 $4,900 38 Telephone may25-ly 103.-- $ 0.. T owas, St. MacVey BuiWins, Main FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS - , - Fkhd RoweJl's Newspaper Secretary. Di-ector- 25-2- at A. SMITH BOWMAN, MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. "Tho Richmond. Ky., Climax, weoku . f cro.iitf.,1 x.jti. i. circulation accorded to any paper in lhihmond or in Madison county or in the Euihth Congressional District." Thconlvn.imrin M.irHenn Kmn.f which snpportB all the Democratic lumii.iees. from President to Consta- 1.25 In Advance. SUBSCRIPTION, i,..o