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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1898, NUMBER 24. 11 plant and buildings will cost from SI 000 to $1,500, and will be a permanent thing When your lands are properly tiled .vdu would not take ten times the amount of your investment for the gred improvement. You can readily learn fiom experience the proper depth, fall, etc, and all about putting it down, from reading drainage journals. Several years since I deshed to experiment and investigate the til ing business, aud in order to give employment to some worthy clay worJkers I started a small plant in Madison county. The first year I became discouragedthe farmeiu did not like to try new things, but one by one the intelligent and prosperous farmers came to my rescue, and now, after the farmers have seen the great benefits, we cannot make it fast enough to sup ply the demands. The farmers take it ''hot right from the furnace," the tile maker's brightest dream. In our county I have seen fields of forty to sixty acres of wet lands, that would not produce anything except a wild grass, after being underdrained produce &ixty bushels corn per acre, paving three times more than cost of tiling firbt year. There are hundreds of in stances in our county where has increased the value of lands five to ten fold, and not a single instance where any one is dissatisfied with tiling, if properly placed. It would be almost impossible to say too much in 'favor of uuderdraiuage. If the farmers will pay more attention to Farmers aud Good-roaConventions, and establish tiling plants iii every county where practicable, they will add incalculable value to their farms and products. People naturally expect that in a hilly country like ours the laud would not need drainage, but the reverse is the case, frequently needed on upland to keep the surface from washingaway. Generally the rich bottom lands are lower at ihe base of hill than nearer ttie river or stream of water. The water stands in these low places year after year, uutil it tenders the entire bottom unproductive, when a few lines of tiling would restore the soil in n year or two to its original virginity. Quoting the oft repeated saying, That tie who makes two blades of grass grow when only one grew before is a public benefactor," then how much is due the farmers who uuderdrain their lands and make it possible for vast fields of grain to wave where one spear of grass was almost invisible. Mr. Overstreet: This is aiuestion of vital importance, and while I an not used to speaking to men I am a preacher (laughter I will venture a under-drainage d RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. where he could earn 50 cents a week by making himself generally useful. Squiie: "Can you clean silvei?" Boy: "Yes, sir." "Can you cook and light fires and sing and dust old china and make Gmmwmmmmmm &- - tk m JZ& se3saa sssi :ig ONE s bls?" "rs,SII." punctured 'Can you clean bicycles, and repair tyres and tune pianus?" "Certainly, sir." "Can you mend electric bells, and do plumbing and gas fining, teach modern and ancient languages-- , geography and tho uso nt glolies?'-- ' ?! can. and also do anything elsu that is required." 'Tuen I ttiiuk ymi will do." Boy: "Thak jon, sir. By the way, is vour houso built on a, clay soil?" Squire. "Well it happens that it is Dut what has that to do with h?" "Well I thought you would like me to fill up my spare timu by making bricks." He was not engaged for his insolence. MOMENT I E I3TI4JW3 , JH V TT4 fcfe. S BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, J .mil y'ii can also say extreme- rnmfortable, when you are driving in one of our easy I ami handsome Buggies and UNDERGROUND wP & DRAINAGE. under-draine- Saieguards the food against alum. Alum baking powders arc the greatest menacers to health of the present day. BOTAI. BAKIHa POWOCR CO.. WF YORK. We want to talk to you .about our new line of Foot Wear for Fall. We think we have the most interesting display of these goods eve.r seen in this City and feel certain that you will favor us with a call. A call does not .obligate you way. We tuke the greatest pleasure in showing our stock to the public as we are well aware that it is the best possible advertisement in-an- (j. js lgJ Plurtons. Our stock of fine I 'I Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen: In Mary had a little hen An old church in I3elgium decided my humble judgment one of the greatWith feathers white as snow, to repair its properties and employed est needs in agricultural pursuits to a The preacher paid a visit, there an arti-- t to touch up a large pamtiug. The chicken had to go. will surprise you, qualitr con- large area of tins Commonwealth is a Upon presenting his bill well it presidered. John Donelsox. sentsumlerd rained 6oil; besides,farmers Ragged Roubo " Wot would erliki in charge refused payment unless the opportunities that all details were specified, whereupon he ter be, Willie, if yer wasn't a man" can embrace at very small cost in come G9 MTIVE SOLICITOUS WANTED EVERT Weary Willie "One of dose rare in- presented the following hems: parison with the great and permanent "WHERE for "The Story or tho Philippines' To correcting the Ten Commandb Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Got Phone, No. 21. sects wot de scientists preserves in S eminent a' Official Historian to the War De- improvement to' our lands and the ments$ ii 15 alcohol." partment The book was written in army largely increased crops A well d Embellishing Pontius I'ilate and tamp at San Francisco, on the Pacific with es s S37 soil will also greatlv assist in Ctrnrral Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, Everybody surrenders to Battle Ax. putting new ribbon on his n Hon;; Kong;, in the American trenches at "What a beautiful fabric the Amerimaking good roads. Manila in the insurgent camps with ArtiI-ibonnet 5 C2 can flag is," exclaimed one girl. do. on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, Our neighboring Stales have long There is no greater hardship than to be de...A m Ih. mar nf foattl. of tli fall nt Xf.nll, "Yes."aii8wered the other. "And.it Putting new tail on'the looster of mama for a cents. Brimful of original pic-- 1 since learned the great benefits of tile b prived of your. St. Peter and mending his tares xaken oy Koverraeni pnaiorapncrs on I ill ;ige: they have brought out .i never gets on the bargain counter." Titer nmtitc T.artri twvV Ivtu Tirir in., ennt Si Iv Vvr r ti H comb 2 10 hreicht paid. Credit given. Dror all trashy blooming gardens and productive fields . unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, Repluniing and gildiftg left wing Good Advice. Young Fish: "Mamf T Barber, bee y , Star Insurance Bldge., from suamps and miasmatic bogs to &U9 & 15 of Guardian Angel- oct26-tma, here's a nice fat worm hanging i Incao that extent that our Western level Washing the servant of the from the end ot a string. Shall I " countrv is practically an immense garMost High Priest and put Old Fish: "Child, keep your mouth PROFESSIONAL CARDS. den. The great advantages of tile ting carmine on his cheeks. 5 00 shut." drainage are patent to those who have and any one who has once chewed Battle Ax Renewing heaven, adjusting stars hail any experience, but in our section ATr0iT3T3 will give up most any thing to get it. 10c. buys and cleaning up the moon. 7 14 She "I've had this parrot now three e of ihe Male, Madiboii county, months, and he hasn't yet 6poken a Touching up purgatory and resa larger piece of Battle Ax than of any other has not been used until reW. MILLER. toring lost souls o 00 word." We had read so much in the cently kind of high grade quality. He "Yes, but you haven't stopped Brightening up the flames of hell, Attorney-at-Laagricultural and drainage journals of putting new tail on the talking long enough to give him a KENTUCKY. RlCHMOJfD, the great claims tor uuderdraiuage that devil, mending his left chance!" to it Imiked too good to be true; but after Office in the Burnam Building, next door hoof and doing several odd feb3-larmer's National Bank. a thorough iuveMigatiuii of the benefits jobs for the dammend 7 17 kissed her on the blushing cheek, I claimed for it, we absolutely know that Rebordering the robes of Herod . And she cannot deny it; all the benefits and permanent improveI also kissed her on the lips, 4 02 and adjusting his wig ment to laudharu not overdrawn in the And kissed her on the quiet. Taking the spots off the fcon of leat. Attoksev-- a Law, 10 CO Tobias Aiuoiii: the benefits claimed by these "Ever take anything?" said a Tates Cleaning Balaam's ass and putKENTUCKY. j County Court Days. RICHMOND. CALL ATV journals for well underdrained farms Creeker in Jones' saloon to hi3 friend ting one shoe on him o 70 op- Hardware Paris, Bourbon count', first Monday. OtfVe over Tavlnr's (anil everyone of winch has been demg y TTf,, court day, "0, yes. occasionally," re- Putting earrings in Sarah's ears o 10 Or any of those skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced n i ourx noiw, "u .'iii " Ifichmond, Madison county, first Mononstrated by actual experience) is that here through vanity, butto callattention to this advertisement, and the fact that plied his friend with happy air usually Putting a new stone in David's day. uudeidrainuue nill Kill out all wild and worn by a mau who accepts an invitasling, enlarging the head of H. B- HOGG. sage jrases; the land does not break Lexington, Fayette county, second tion. , Goliah, ii u d enlarging ATTORNEY AT LAW. up cloddy; and on get the entire '"Well," pursued the Tates Creeker C 13 Monday. SALOON PARLOR Saul's legs Kentucky. benefit ot all fertilizers used. "Jt takes RlCIIMOVD, as he tossed off a glass of liquor while Decorating Noah's ark ancl putStanford, Lincoln county, second MonWHEN IN TOWN. The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters, where he has the.excess of water out of the soil, and his friend looked on, "you ought to ting a head on Shem 4 31 day. ueen ior overoiyears, in tnegood out town of Richmond, and still readv to wait OOic. No. 13 Firt St, up stairs. prevents surface washing, and saves the it? It's a bad habit aud will be Mendiug the shirt of the Prodigal quit on his old customers, and as many new ones as will favor him with their patronGeorgetown, Scott county, third Monhulilas and fine particles of the soil, the death of you. So long." 3 19 day. Coolest, and most refreshing age. His stock is being added to constantly, and you will find vou can get bon and cleaning his ear goods J C & D M OHKNAULT. brings up and saves the fertility of the few words. other place. Anything he" tells you is e n of drinks that can be found just ascheaper and hotter there than any it. Danville, I5oVlo county, third Monday. represented, and you can rely on" !F"Givehima call and eneoirra-- e soil by capilhiry action, and gathers I have had about ten years' experi- The story is told of two parties living LAW. XTTORXEYS AT Total . ...$7G 70 in the city tire dispensed home trade. lVi-fiNichuhiHville, Jessamine cnimtv, third and preserves the fertility brought ence in tiling. I am associated with in the Whites Station neighborhood, Ex. u b and accommo. W theairby rainfall. A drain- .Mr. liuor about seven miles out of who make frequent trips to Cincinnati downontof dating clerks. town, and I am not only appreciate evW i. ItMirili A Aarrmv iVNCipf. rvo in xtreft. vrr t'hen- - ed soil readx for the plow several days ery word that the main speaker on this that while in that city recently they ii uiii " Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. in advance of the boil not drained milt' "r.wprv. entered a house decorated by a peculiar Thankful woriU written by Mis. Ail... M.. Experience has demonstrated that subject has baid, but I corroborate sign and demanded E. Tlart, of Grotoii, S. 1)., "Was taken Mil!iinl county, fourth oysteis. drained soil is on an average ten de him. Every man who has any low P3TSICIANS. "This is not a restaurant," said the with a bad cold which settled on my Monday. Phone 3. Second St. grees warmer ata depth of seven inches land should look into this matter. I courteous gentleman who met them. lungs, cough 6et in and finally termian undrained soil at same depth, know the benefits and advantages from than Many a household is saddened by nated in Consumption. Four Doctors RICHMOND, KY. I am an aurist." DR. H. 11. GIBSON, and is more easily made ready for the having the tile, but I do not know as to up saying I could live but a death because of the failure to keep on - outside gave me ''Isn't that an oyster beingPHYMCIAX ASD SURGEON, seed; is deeper allowing the feeding the cost. Mr. Minor told me it cost short time. I gave myself up to my hand a safe and absolutely certain cure Kentucky. roots to penetrate as de"p for food and fourteen dollars an acre, and I know the door?" asked one. "No, gentle- Savior, determined if could not Richmond stay' for croup such as One Minute Cough I When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed that low land that amounts to nothing men, it is an ear." Don't ask who with my friends on earth, I would mest Cure See that your little ones are moisture as the tiles are laid. to cure you. It is the discovery of an eminent physician. I A drained soil is ready to cultivate without- - tiling can be made to yield these parties were, please. o My husband protected against einergencv. Dougmy absent ones above. in iht Joe rx.lins building. 18 and Mo Knifo ! Ho Interruption of Business ! Street, over Wnue ..eld drucstore. sooner after a rainfall, and is less in- thirty and forty bushels of wheat per was advised to get Dr. King's Xew Dis las & Wells. The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has After he had kissed her, and pressed co very for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. "7" juriously aifected by wet or dry weath acre. That is more than 100 per cent, 4 n '- . her rosy cheek against his, and patted gave it a trial, took in all, eight bottles. cured thousands, and will cure you. CHAS. HOOKER, HEW YORK FASHIONS. . er. Crops on a drained soil have a increase in value. V A a I rt 7 MR. T. c5. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician Another thing, lam not a doctor, it is her soft round chin, she drew back, It has cured me, and thank God I am longer season for maturing. If I ETERTXARY SURGEON, s 5. t i ; y '.-and chief of ths Chattanoosa Fire Department, says : " it will increase the crop pro- - a great Uiing to drive out malaria, 1 and said: i College. now a well and healthy wo saved and Graduate Ontario Veterinary A gradual return to the fashions of ' After years of Euffering, DON'S PILE OINTMEN T v- -s rec"George, do you s.liave yourself?" ductions from 20 to 100 per Cent , and a hope some one will enlighten us on the man." Trial bottes free at Perry aud the Second Empire is noticed ommended to me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. s&r- - " . .J& 'Yes," he replied. i Drug Store. Regular size 50c I voluntarily give ycu this statement, hoping, it w be the means Veierinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, drained soil is the best possible con cost. The diminutive, wrinkled mousquet-air- e ' I thought so," she said. "Your face Thomas d Mr. Searcy: I think a good many dition to grow maximum crops with of bringing your vvor.derfut remedy Jo the attention o others sufnp stairs, over store recently, e and$1.00 guaranteed or price refunded. , East Mam St., s appears on slee " ; by Richmond Harness Co fering with piles." A well d men here know more about tiling than is the roughest I ever intelligent husbandry. apr.-l- y 1 Richmond. Ky. gowns. It lias a small, globe-likpuff Then she slopped; but it was too late, Price 51.00, Prepaid to any Address. farm is the greatest blesbing I do. I have had only a short experi at the top. THE NEW SPELLING. imaginable, and is permanent. Sum ence with it, aud 1 have found that it and he went away with a cold, heavy M. D II C. JASPER, Illuminated cloth is a new caprice. It tiier's sun norwinter's blast does not costs about fourdollars an acre. There lump in his breast. Medicine and Surgery. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. has a sheeny black ground printed e from going was a tract of land up in our county prevent Woodford Sun. Ofl.e Collins Building, MainStreet. City Editor "Take this note down with fancy dpoigns in prismatic colon. rvleohone Ht residence (the Oirr Jilace) on right ahead and attending to its duties, owned by Mr. Tom Smith. There The" National Educational AssociaHrendway. to the cashier." The old, hats of long Kentucky. benefiting mankind from ten to an were forty acres of it, and he tiled it at New Reporter (hesitating) tion is engaged in an ellort to tiave Richmond, j "I I English words "writ" as they are ago are popular. hundred fold for his outlay, and giving a cost of about four dollars an acre c iaffsssS HD h him another farm for cultivation right with tiling, tosting $12.50 per hope you have not decided to dispense Many oi the handsome silk waists D., V EVANS, M. under the one he has a deed to. thousand. A good deal of difference is with my services." G. The following list shows the changes showh at Ixjrd & Taylor'are fastened City Editor "No, that's an order to oct5-l- y A great draw back to the use of til made in the cost as to the fall that the words, reported at down the front with jewelled buttons. in twelve ing neretoiore in our section nas been land has. In our count' we sell three- - increase your salary." On French ovtiskirted gowns, some PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEOS, the late meeting of the N. E. AssociaJRotary Motion and the freight charges, always more than inch tiling at jlO per thousand, four- - New Reporter "O, thank you!" tion, which charges have been adopted show long, sharp poiuts trimmed with - KKNTUCK - City Editor 'No thanks are due me tH 1IMOND. nst of the tilts Now in Kentucky inch at $12.50. at $15, and eix- Ull About Pianos and Organs by all the leading educational journals tripple frills. there are hundreds of places where inch at $20, f. o. b. care. I sold about for doing my duty. You have earned of the United States: Plain poplin gowns, accompanied by there are deposits of clay suitable for seven car loads iu Woodford county, it, therefore you need thank nobody. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Programme spelled program. velvet waists or jackets, are seen. manufacturing tiling and brick. I and I noticed it as I came along on the Iu writing up that obituary of Deacon Medicine and Surgery, Practitioner in " tho. though Some ladies look bewitching in jackKentucky would suggebt to the farmers to join train, and that particular tract of land Hampsell yesterday you didn't once The fruit of yeais of experience and hard stud- - is embod" altho. although uchmond refer to him as 'one of nature's noble- ets of pink cloth, embroidered with jot am: establish neighborhood seemed to be very greatly benefited. together ied in this magnificent stock of ours. All we know is at thoroughfare " thorofare. or steel. SOffice and residence on Second Street plants all over the country, and manuMr. Crtim: In answer to the ques- men. "Ex. your service, too. We haven't any trade secrets. We tell " thru, through Buttons have regained their facture their own tiling. A email tion as to what it costs. The cost here you the exact facts about every thing- you care to ask about thruout. throughout ' popularity. Many of the dainty frocks DENTAL STJSGSET. "Well, Mr. Slickers," said the doclor is about $20 to $25 an acre, depending " catalog, Whv it is good, what it's made of, etc. Our leaders: BUSH catalogue siiown by Best &. Co. for little girls, are on the outlet and the depth you have to a patient he had not seen the day '" pio.og. ct GIRTS PIA2JOS, and UNITED STATES ORGANS, prologue in most artistic fashion, with trimmed " to put it in the ground, that is, for before, "how are you getting along?" decalog. " ".OSOU decalogue "Dt."03.wvuuc are unexcelled. We also carry in stock the Highest Grade tiny buttons that are actual works cf your main six or eight-incpipe, and "Nearly starving to death." " ' demagog, demagogue Sewing Machines 'to be found in the market. A complete arr, and fetchingly disposed amoug "Why didn't you have the oysters?" for lateral tiling of three or four inch. DEVTI3T, Fo sale by Dewey Music Co., Richpedagog. pedagogue " line of Sheet Music can be found at our place of business at embellishments of velvet, ribbon, other "2Co, I couldn't get them away you It is from $20 to $25 per acre. OP IOCISNIIXB, KY. mond, Ky. The new; spellingdias been iu uso in etc. all times. The people of Madison and adjoining counties are Building. .was afraid it would be dan- Mr. Uri: You will all be surprised said, aud I next door to Government to . the Versailles public school. I underichmSnd.Ky Office hours- -9 to cordially invited to call and inspect our selections. pheasants' Argus quills, if I state the fact that I was never on a gerous to eat them any other way." novl"-lstand, ever since September. "Why, that's odd. Couldn't you get We are also prepared to get any piano or instruments breasts and angel wings i.dorn farm a whole day in my life. Twenty-fou- r ALL WOMEN The words don't look as pretty with hats. years ago I came out of my beau- stewed oysters easy? I told you yon their tails cut off, but the new idea is for parties that we do not cany specially in stock for less Should know that the for rent. Four nice rooms -- OIU In constant pain when on Time" Kemodj-- , tiful city described by Dr. Murrell, and could eat stewed oysters with impuni- certainly a Although we are simply flooded with r money than they can purchase them. Leave orders for and rsjvour feet? crossed over the river into Illinois, and ty." other trimmings, ribbons in all widths, piana tuning at office. Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob Is that dragging, putting' "That's just it. I could get tho stewed traveled from Cairo, III., to Dubuqe, are as popular as over. The Dewey Music Company, sensation with you from morn Iowa, over every county in the State of oysters easy enough, but I sent to all Second Street, Richmond, Ky. W. P SEAItLES, Business Manager. next door to postoffio. Undor the name of Lyons Tjrocatelle, son, tillnicht? Illinois ana the State of Iowa, and I the restaurants in the neighborhood Jor Why not put the medicine damafk silk has returned to us.' saw. tho condition of their lands, which the impunity, aud the blamed "fools Evelyx Caulk. exactly on the disease ? Why )R. FRZD SMITH. were a thousand times worse originally said they never had buch a thing on apply the euro right tO Few Points- inot than Kentucky land, but made produc- the bill of far." DEN 1ST. 'the spot itself I of tive by the use of tiles. I am aston SUPEUlOfUTV- Offlce, over Collins' Orocery. same office lou can do it witn lately occupied by Dr. W. W Burgin. jaal2-l.My married life is full of thorns, intelligent Kentucky ished to hear -I hardly think it fair, farmers at this day ask, "what is tho My razor goes to cut her corns, 7$) C. MORGAN, cost of tiling?" QR My pipe to curl her hair. aL" itJtUOl WAsmxcTox, D.C., April 1, 1S08. Although snch pays I do not like, Dr--. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, O. The Sure La Grippe Care. I might put up with that, Over All Othsr Heaters. Is tEo best for Fsaiale Troaitcs. Corrects aU DENTIST. 'Mv Dear Doctor: It gives mo There is no use suffering from this rSUDIAHTK Irregularities In Female Orjains. Should be But now when she gets on her bike pleasure to certify to the excellent taJten tor Cbasje et Life antl before She wears my derby hat. COffice over Madison National Bank, dreadful malady if you will only getthe y Plasters "0'1 Tins" Remedta have, stood the Jlj6-lRichmond, Ky. curative qualities of your medicines: Within three-quarter- s of a "IHS PRACTICALLY right remedy. You are having pains for twenty years. c cnlr uz yaw Spencer iteilldne Co., Chat- mile of Owensboro, Ky. all through your body, your liver is out A father was lecturing his son on INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, ta owy of order, have no appetite, no life or the evil of staying out late at night aud Every inch of it is as rich as PR0DUCE3 THE FOLLOWING RESULTS: Louis ambition, have a bad cold, in fact are rising late in the morning. lies on the best Perry & Thomas, druggists,' successors to W. cream. Perfect 'combustion of Soft decS-lcompletely used up. Electric Bitters "You will never succeed," said he, Great Economy pike in the count': the land O, White. Coal, consuming all the Fumes are the only remedy that will give you "unless aou mend your ways. Reand Cases, saining Just so to level; 90 acres is Cincinnati. Ohio, West Ninth Street, t la othtr v n this. much moro promptTaud sure relief. They act will be at Mr. J. B. Willis' . Richmond, Ey , on member the early bird catches the stoves Is wasted. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, are in grass; excellent water on your Liver, Stomach and Kid- worm." WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9th. 18)8, well, cistern and spring. neys, tone up your whole system and "And what about the worm, father?" Tho Cross Drafts from the Ccwt, causes the heat to returning every second Wednesday of each Buildings: An elegant two of Parkersburg, W. Va., ot Richbo radiated to tho floor Instead cf to tho month. Reference every physician makes you feel like a new being. Thoy said tho young man sueeringly teb36-lr eelnnir. like other direct draft stover. mond, Ky. aud a half story new. brick .ot Celery"'1 are guaranteed to cure or price refund "Wasn't ho rather foolish iu geltfug ' r;r-.in icfnrtinn in this. 10 rooms, the finest farm resed For sale at Perry and Thomas up so early?" "Ca'psiiles. 1 idence in the county; immense MWWVW Drugstore, only 50c per bottle. "My son," said the old man, "that Immediately after tho ' ' barns; 3 tenement houses, " worm hadn't been to bed at all; he was Perfect control of PARXERSBuna, SV. Va. is applied, you. feel 'Plaster can-bThe fiist conviction in Ohio under only getting home." . ' I : January 20, 1995. to an even heatuood firemain- Great Comfort one of which is a good frame :its warminc, soothing in kept tained, and a UNPtTCCSCtr'"' HSAT. ECONOMY, in this. compelling children to care the new law The young man coughed. of 5 rooms and complete set The y right MKn?Co.t, over night. Of Ko.Mf Fonrth Avenue, Louisville, Ky., will Durability fluence. Its healing remedies for ned and indigent parents was in be at the Hotel Glyndon, Richmond, Ky., on of buildings which, really quickly penetrate down deep Columbus, Ohio. Will Burn An Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. Columbus. Brent- - McCoy, a college . r. n aartnitnrA rontvi rMi inL into the miianiea tissues. A rather bashful member of the uiuaco tiu u. ocoiuic wi iu. . ni wi Gentlemen 1, Have been using lion. J. D. Botkin, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1898, graduate, was convicted of failing'to' quieted, soreness is re Pain is Congressman out about Whites Station from Kansas. Will sell tills mace at an un-- t Wright's Celery Capsules since JSovem- " support his aged mother and of laugh- was talking to his lady love a few e as find 3894 Returning one day in each month. Eyes exlieved and strength imparted. and I have been USUdUJlOW fimirp 14 0D0 J ber daL- - aml first tnem t0 taking rocom r began ing in her face when she was put out them No olactcr was ever mede like it amined, and glasses scientifically adjusted. nights ago on matrimony wjien she atllictcd, more or less, iqr a quarter of Terms, One-Jia- it casn, balance while at, Aik- under treat- of a boarding house for nonpayment of finally grew No plaster ever acted so quickly a century with catarrh of tho stomach m one, tWO. a little troubled and said; three, four and "lent for fceiatic iiUeumatura. Mver and. sad thoroughly. No plaster ever n&. constipation; a board. He was pnt under bond of I "If I marry you, do' you think you ington has increasedresidence in Wash- tivejeais. .bena fnV ,n'. list Stomach trotflije Constipation whichtfie' had such complete control over all $1,000 and will go to the workhouse if KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. thasc troubles. found badbeena i0Rg neferv Idea's of pelfl. could dress me?" "Why, I don't A few bottles of your medicines Jiavo of farm , ' h' Celery Onsnlcs-cav.. nte armt relief he fails to make proper arrangements know," said the bashful fellow who E. Ul C11E, PieuJcit, Iiiajttm. If. i Placed over the chest it 13 from the beirinninu'and have used them given nic almost complete relief, and I for the old lady's support. UtfTLE, LITERABY, BIBLE. MEDICAL, AND COMdid not exactly understand her. "If am sure that a continuation of their WILLIAMS, ever since.. With pleasure, ,and unso- -. a powerful aid to Ayer's MERCIAL COLLEGES. licited1 recommend them, to any and" Pectoral; relieving cleans- you wished I'd ba perfectly willing to uso will effect a permanent cure. Cherry nnp2l-6rSoothing, healing, cleauing, k 21; M St., Oi,eborut fy. -- all suffering wUh'lilrb afnictkrta of eltlier Tuition fcr Literary and Bible Court $22 a wouldn't you is surely, a wonderful remv congestion and drawing out " ing. DaWjtt'a Which Hsioi Salve is try; you know, (SOCCESOUTO'SHACKELFORDt&:6fENT.RY. year. More than twenty teachers." $10,OM of Ihwi. very trnly yours,'" " s'f gymnasium. Thousands ot successful alumni. edy for catarrhal affections," , all inflammation. the implacable enemy of sores, burns prefer a maid?" Cki wass T CAXBWwui.? Social and moral welfare of students receive i Wanted-- An v. , ' J. D. BOTKIN. TOK AVK TY ALT. DFCOGJST. special attention. Open to both ecxis. For and wounds- It never fails to core Mats. J aATEIt CO.. Pro!etfyr"lIea(t catalogues address the President. reminded of the little boy who druggist Piles. You may rely upon it. ''Doug aprlied for a job at squire's houssf A'fUnnnc las & Wells. i rarriages is unsurpassed for iMviuty, style, durability and superiorit-- , and we ate selling them at prices that Address of Hon. C. L. Searcy, at Kentucky Commercial Convention, May, 1898 Ave THINGS KOi TO BE BELIEVED. iBY "ORE DUB SEC.' can have, and our line is at 3our disposal. It means business' with you later on. Ladies, don't buy until see our line of $3.00 hoes. They are beauties. Respt., u rreeman it$ros HI Lsmsa I First Street. a. 11 Psry3S5'yr m WLISO m & under-draiuag- R- - y J. JZL,Z-V--&J- 2r h?emg mher the name when you buy again. -- De,xe, Savwpsou, - fep IPJiri! Us? 111 ,5,x f Scvobsov sea-goin- ; ID. IP. JIRIMIIEJIR,, 31-3- 0 " m -- M-- up-to-da- te i- - I -- Wr-riiiUe- Sec-s7- Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. under-draine- d, I arcu-pie- y re&''r raa35$: 3i'fK3gvr )l Ls&jvifjrj c-- i VAfti? D 11 demi-drese under-draine- DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, under-drainag- ! boat-shape- d d. four-inc- m jj i i tj Bj sTTaBh-rMf- oft-use- d r five-inc- h Ball Bearings, Is In ili old-tim- e - PifCo I Willi " h 12-- 1 y Rack Acbc? - tan-c-ilor- ed time-save- -- y J. Congressman Botkin's Statement PI lllCi & k No-5r- I Mm, t3 y. Dr R. Goldstein, Ciierry Pectoral Plaster -- of i6o Acres, It I MM- - gadtani jt"Oi lS f; ChiU-Blrt- r ttt yr treat-tha- di-ret- ly , JllPim Jim Recorri-mendsWrfgh'- ls f ths-flre- , e court-ingsocie- ty t- - s Pe-ru-- Man-a-lin. FOR SALEIBY Hot-Spring- oct-Vl- y I for-sale- e I j--- ' D. B. Shackeff ord &Co, r ---- a but-er-- ' ar Pe-ru-- - n.y27-- tf I-a- Ask-aa- Ideals r y All draggtetii se Dr. MSes Pftin P!B Kntuckj. A ' It- - &,r ' a .'. --!' L jt r . Jr.'1 1 , "' tv',r r' tr. "H.. II If The Richmond Climax. a fi. ;wi PUBLISHED ZVEKY Wr.DNKSDAY BY ernor, eave Gilbert only ten less votes than for Davison. Lancaster, the home of the Gov- WOODS, Associate Editor. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 10, - - 1F9S. What the people lefused to do, Tom Heed & Co. will do anyhow turn Democrats ont of Congress. Jacksonville precinct, in Shelby county, cast 80 votes and only 3 of them were for Davison probably cast by the Republican officers of election. By a majority of 80,000 the Democrats of Kentucky said the Goebel Law is a Rood tiling. And the Court of Appeals will probably say so, too. Tha Climax Printing Go. 1'ItIClL I'EU YEAK, 1.50. ANNOUNCEMENT 'We are authorized FOR AUDITOB. Mi:. Gilbert is indebted to the editor to announce JOHN" B. county, a candidate of the Pantagraph for the jireatly de OHENAULr, of Madison for the ofice of State Auditor, subject to the creased majority given Davison iu action of the Democratic State Convention. Madison. Thanks, keep up your oppo- Strong, steady nerves Are needed for success Everywhere. Nerves Depend simply, solely, Upon the blood. Pure, rich, nourishing Blood feeds the nerves And makes them strong. The great nerve tonic is Hood's Sarsaparilla, Because it makes The blood rich and Pure, giving it power To feed the nerves. Mr. Wilson's Lecture. so very unpropitious for a turning-ou- t of our people to hear the lecture of a former pastor of the Richmond Chris- It was apliy Wednesday night was tian church Rev. Homer T. Wilson. The gentleman's subject, "America's Uncrowned Queen," was handled with the exquisite grace ofa polished orator and captivated the audience that assembled at Madison Instiute despite the cold and rain. Hon. W. B. Smith Introduced Mr. Wilson, many present, however, remembering him kindly as their pastor about sixteen years ago. The proceeds of the lecture amounted to $27.50, and. considering the inclement evening, that was a very neat sum. On Davison And Other Dead Ducks. 4mmmmmmmmm jy ARt Are yon married: . if so get a divorce'aud you can get the BEST GOODS for the buy where LEAST MONEY. Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in "Wraps, Dress Goods, Underwear, Wool Hosiery, Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. I mean to any particular house, Nicholasville Democrat. sition. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures nervousness, Dyspepsia, rheumatism, Catarrh, scrofula, And all forms of Impure blood. 7 jgjfri j3j Even-- Rockcastle, which went 638 for McKinley, declares for free silver by reducing Davison's majority from their claim of 650 at this elec- -, , auti-olectio- n tion to 252. V Is r c i f ! The greatest victory of all in Ken- tuckv this ear was the election of ' Judge J. P- - Hobson to the Court of Ap peals, who beat his opponent, Jones, Elizabeth Bennett, of Fairhaven, Washington, where Mr. MtCord is a oer 2,500 votes. had up two leading attorney. The Courier-JournHon. B. M. Burdette, of Carolina, j great big roosters, but the people are wondering what it is crowing for. Cer- Fla., visited Dr. L J. Frazee, en route of' tainly not because it thinks it did it from a visit- to Hon. Matt Walton, Lexington. Stanford Journal. Mr. Jim Y. Currey, of Lancaster, and The vote shows that the people are Miss Annie Cornell, ol Louisville, were pretty well pleased with the Goebel married last Wednesday. The groom is Election law. which the court of well known here. appeals having dodged the issue, will Mr. T. K. Kinnaird, a stenographer now proceed to declare constitution-allv- . in the patent office at Washington, Stanford Journal. Our Next Congressman, Hon. came home last Sunday to see his sick G. G. Gilbert. M.iim gave Davison the smallest mother at Paint Lick, uiaj&rity that he received. Spencer and The Central University Cotillion OFFICIAL VOTE, N0YO1BER, 1S98. Shelby alonegave Gilbert 1,027 majority Club gave its first monthly hop at the For Con. Bonds. 131 more than the total majority given Hotel Glyndon last Thursday night -- : Davison by all four of his counties. and Saxton was there! The affair was t 2. o as recherche, as was anticipated. Gilbert's total majority was S8. g J'riecincU. Mr. W. P. Surles, of Richmond, Ky., s. - r A fine Lost, Stkayed ok Stolen reputition for brains and bluster, and a leaves on morning train for Louisville, Cincinnati and probably Ya., to accept 1581 13Si 2 2471 If kun ledge of penitentiary scandals. A CertHoBt . 1 9S 21fc S 192 Ckv HaH return to or reject proposition ottered him. 1 190 VfJkvTtHy 166 88 12 reward will be paid for their . . 851 f 8 1 88 97 Mr. Claude Lyter is traveling in Cwn "Uncouth. Uncultured and Misfit 15I1 114 4 HRi 53 the White HaH 2fiS. 92 6 183 47 Taylor, Attorney General of Ken Eastern Kentucky in the interest of MeOroarv 93 66 6 82 40 . Ti4B W. G. White & Co., wholesale drug; 4! 191 28 tucky." ITS, 16D WH0 7gl 1291 3 136! 12 Kavanaugh gists and manufacturers, of this. city. IIS 1751 151 170 29 KH)Rs4on - .. is said that Davison is hot iu the SB 131 Miss Mary Matthews came down f 168 32 ' It Kw WaHSw . collar with Yerkes for not carrying 1U5 4 114 11 Ttaaeannen " 11 151 52 150 23 Bne lick. in from Ashland last week to visit her had put him & 219i 10 Boyle for him after he 276 lterea George Corzehus, proprie1321 89, f 191 10 office and also has it in for him for nephew, Mr. Bnwn 184 113 107 6 19 of the Hotel Glyndon. Miss MatTerio g tor 113 15 speaking in Itockcastle and almost 77, 56 Cntteber . thews has a host of friends here who 55 128 2 48 92 lMr . that county against him. Stan134 115 7 63 104 Xewb)remember her for her great piety, 116 W 9 51. 73 ford Journal. WBROfstalt charity, and other christain virtues. 2202407 1003013 573 TetaV The negio editor, Benjamin, of the Dr. J. W. Harris, of Union City, lias J23w 13a Majority ljington Standard, thus addresses moved to his handsome residence, corner Third street and Moberley ave eFTKIAL MAJOHIT1KS Ol EIGHTH DISTRICT. the shivering sons of Ham: cold you are not prepared for Davison weather, put the blame where theprop- nue. His oflice will be over the State Gilbert it & Hara JTntTQ !! erly belongs on your taking in all the Bank Trust Cobuilding. Dr. i JOJC ris is a skilled practitioner with many excursions last summer." . vjHfriir'il m years experience, and will be a valua2G0 JettimneAfter all McKinley is not much ble accession to our city socially and 2S3 ... Lincoln worse than 'others". The formerstulti-fle- d professionally. . ...... G Morcer 139 Maditou . himself by being an outspoken Speaking of the marriage of Mr. ... txti...... ....... liein friend of silver in Congress and on the Walker McKinney and Miss Hallie .... - . "GG Spencer ' stump, and afterwards standing on a Boggs. which occured here on Xov. 8, 252 lteckcistle. gold platform when he 6aw an office the Winchester Democrat says: "The S1K) 17351 in sight! groDin is one of the proprietors of tiie "We have been standing shivering Klondike store and is very popular Gilbert's majority.. SSS upon the shore looking into the land young man, while the bride is an acof promise for fifty long years and complished and lovely lady. After now we float into the harbor of a glo their return from a brief bridal tour HERE IS MY PROOF. riou-victorv with sails flapping and they will riEide in this city." flags flying "" riioDKE voru ikook." Mrs. F. H. Dudley is visiting her That's the way the Shelby News deWoods write two columns of mere M&ertiufis in Wednesday's Clim.w, scribes the election ol the first Shelby son, Thomas, who is attending Yauder-bicfHrning us, which assertions we county man to Congress since Adam University at Nashville, Tenn. deny, except a- - to the Democratic Misses Elizabeth Kelson and Kiltie was a baby. ami denounce as false and Tebbs accompanied heraud will visit :tinl the author a liar, a- - wc Ii the Congressional election is an in there. Before returning home thev Jmve time- -, already done. The LtmJeH of proof N on him. Let him dorsement of the administration it will visit Louisville where Miss Tebbs must be admitted that they show that will be a bridesmaid of her cousin, Miss jwl hj or tAmt tip."' Tipii.ii. many people who voted for it tno Katherine Helm, who will wed Dr. 1 have been regixlcriiix Democratic 1 will now j ears ago refuse to do it again. If the Samuel Halley, ot Fayette county, Nov. MM rating l:put)lieH!i register as I vite administration can extract any tomfort 16th. Winchester Democrat. J will pay yon SJ5 dollars in gold if I from this it is welcome to it and besides Imvc not the proof that von made the the large Republican majority in Conabove statement on registration day, gress has been reduced to a point where !Si7. TIh? niunpy i& now in the hands there is open talk of ousting Democrats The Baptist church of this city has ill Dxvid Rowland Freeman, ibis city, to give them a working majority. called as the successor to Mr. Timber-lakwJto will proiJuce the evidence. The Cincinnati Enquirer says: Rev. S. A. Owen, of Tennessee, "I will ttliootas I am paid." There is nothing in Tuesday's work to for sometime pastor of the Waco and I will yon ?25 in gold if I cannot discourage Democrats from activity in Republican churches, lie is an excelsImjw ver the signature of my inform-Ufuture campigns." We should say lent preacher, a good pastor, and is that lie tolil me that ou made not. There is that in it which should well liked. He will do the church this The money i in the stimulate every true Democrat to look much good by his faithful ministry. JhumIs of IJrvi Itowlaud 1'reemnn, forward to victory in 1900, and to stand wImi wil! prMluce the evidence. by his principles and work for them. 1 have convinced about everyone ex harder than ever. Wherever a straight, tcpt yourlf that you hae been open and bold fight was made for Gkizzakd. John Grizzard, residing 'blnfling" all along. I resort to the principles the people rallied to on the farm of Dr. Hockady died Satabove measures to convince you. and the party gained in strength. urday morning of typhoid malaria (i.hex"e E. Woods. them Defever, aged thirty-fou- r If Henry Watterson could not down ceased was an industrious, years. honorable, editor Walton in c newspaper debate it hard working man and highly respectwere reasonable to suppose the editor ed by his neighbors. He leaves a of that other Republican sheet, the in Commercial, would also be knocked a wife and one child. out by the doughty Democrat of StanW. R. Smith's College, Lexington, Ky. ford. In one line Mr. Walton ties edLkmxcjTon, Ky. itor Gelatt's legs around his neck and Is where hundreds of clerks, farmer boys and others have invested $00 to dumps him into Bear Grass, as note $00 for tuition and board for an educatin- following: now getting $1,000 and "The point we made was clear tion and are enough for even an idiot to see,' says over a year. Read ad. and keep this S2.00 WILL BUY And notice for reference. Remember that the btanfoid Interior Journal. worth just about that grade of atten- in order your letters may reach this choice of a number of hearth size tion Louisville Commercial.. And college, address only Gkx. AV. R lings, now colors, new styles. we see by our remark it got it." Smith, Lexington, Ky. Stanford Journal. The aie big values. al - The Republican politicians who had been shivering out iu the cold are glad of it,. They had enough of the Cleveland babies sucking the pap. The endless chain might now be started for the negroes w lio were victimized by Davison's scheme to give all pensions for a vote and a small consideration. Watterson may yet be a great historian, if we are to fudge by the number of histories he fails to write. It is to be hoped that the fire in the Supreme Court building at Washington reached that decision on the income tax wherein a Judge name"! Shiras "changed his mind." In 347 of the 357 Democratic Con gressional conventions held this year not one declared for gold ; 223 declared for the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio of 1G to 1 and 124 dodged. The mest of them declaring for silver won, while the dodgers were shot in the bush. s DON'T Jill FORGET That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city. I also carry a good line of Clothing and. Overalls. Miis to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices that are now making them go : Blankets, 10-- for 38c. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50e. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. Ladies' Vests, 15c. and up. 9m I s -. 'i11 ?X, . s ' .!:- W.o Spool Cotton, 'lc. "uaclup. a,.;-.""-and stook ot-good- s 4, -- Worth of Clothino-mus- t be sold by JANUARY 1ST, compelled to remove to my new store house on Main being- "'"'" 100-Yar- -- J;::k W - .'''.-- ...:! . ':' amO o w s::;J JianuKercnieis, ic. ana up Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. Brown Cotton, die. per j'ard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and Tip. Spool Silk, 5e. 12 Yards Lace, 5c. d rfc ' "V " HJ 2p3s 2s-ii- . !?? S" Street next door to Jno. G. Taylor's I have concluded to r e m o v e a s i e v" go o d s as possible, and in order to sell same we will close out - Always watch for my advertisement, I can save yen money. && Mr. Searcy's Paper on Underdrainagc. i l&eAS) &oo&s eraex 30eek It is a rather distasteful task to pore over the papers and speeches of a convention of men gathered to discuss such miscellaneous topics as were handled at the Commercial Convention held last May in Louisville, but partiality for the gentleman who was honored in being the representative of Madison county led us to read his paper on "Underground Drainage" a subject that, as it's name indicates, is not at all "dry." On the contrary the report shows that Hon Chas. L. Searcy, of Waco, succeeded in placing his subject before the large convention of representatives of every trade and profession and calling, iu such a way as to elicit a most interesting discussion. luther-morthe subject awakened such great interest in the convention that it has doubtless made many converts and we find ourselves reading the whole bf Mr. Seercy's address with decided pleasure, despite our indisposition to wade into the windy wonders of that convention. Mr. Searcy brings the subject home to' eery farmer pestered with wet, marshy lands, and shows how, by the Introduction of tile drainage, these barren, watery, wastes may be made to blossom as a rose garden. His address is not long, and we commend it to the farmers of Madison county. Mr. Searcy may well be classed as a benefactor of mankind, in that he can cause two blades of grass to giow where one formerly lought furiously ior existence, bee on our outside page the article headed Underground Drainage, and we will give the fiee to the first man w ho w ill combat the arguments and statistics there set forth. Mr. Searcy has our thanks for a handsome volume containing all the addresses of the convention. e, Ci-ijiax 2SN SP ?,: i. .r .ss:jteay -- r5 mssmm c jr.-iSrf.w-T;iii'-- ? 4W&-,Sl- k JfSfiCiJ- . ' isaa&a a ' &f mM rsKAiSfaa m& Si be : ! ? our stock at fci L;:;i nanuo st I Cor. Main and 1st Sts. 7W Here are a few of the prices Bsms Suits, $18 & $20. & $12. r . smk-.- 'j S?1MJ. Richmond, Ivy. - .V! 7$ 7S 7I 7R 7s 7 frf. ' V & 7S 7 7W 7r 7?S f WUO m- -' 7s re i 7 he musical ear. trrrt irirAfhi' klW UllVMtW raBS?3L?J - ' 1 hS i& J Overcoats, $10 Boy'b Suits at car-rjin- - She carried a cluster of American Beauties and was atlired in a costume extremely becoming. Lastlycame the cos- I - oBa 'If - .... . -- .. -- s lt 200-pa- edi-"toria- ma-licio- Gas Works Blown up People thought It Was an Earthquake. RBLJCjIOUS. e, jy JKlnii-io- 1 DEATHS Dem-ocra'.- ic CiFiBrower&Co THIS WEEK. - S3.50 VILL BDY regular I ' a genuine Mncjuettu Rug, (i feet long by 3 feet wide. It's the $5 kiud. NEW ARRIVALS-- 3ft fancy Lamps, odd shapes. 25 Copely Prints, frametl in black. 300 Kichmgs, water colors and pastels. 4 Parlor Cabinets. S4.00 WILL BDY an exquisite Smyrna Rug, full size, elegantlv made, beautifully de-isrn- . S6.00 WILL BDY choice of aliout S slightly soiled Former price Dagestan Rugs. 12.00. i deserves special praise for Its manly, persistent and effective fight for Democracy. Of all papers in the District it was, we think, furthest removed from any possi ble selfish reason for the defeat of Davi son. The Shelby papers fought nobly for their man, the Stanford Journal, in and out of season, fought againbt Daw son and did its whole dutv to Democ racy; the Register and Climax and the Harrodsburg papers were largely impelled to their work by a sense of obligation to the Democracy of Shelby for its unfiiliug support of 'McCreary and Thompson. Other papers did their duty, too, but we like to think of the Advocate's splendid behavior without1 any interest other than the triumph ot Democracy over Republicanism. It sank all otiier considerations that the man who agreed with it on all points except one might defeat the roan who agreed with it on only one point, fins nee. The Advocate is to be praised and remembered and emulated. Advocate Tjik Danville Will furnish paper and paper rocms complete for Three Dollars Each The Nuptials. and on up in price. All work The Big Four Fishermen. Another happy courtship has ended done in a most skillful manner. That was a fat and jolly party which in matrimony, ''Love's Old Sweet 3 cents up. Solid left Th.ursday for the mountains to fish Song" has borne its fruitage at the Paper from marriage font, and two soms that long Ingrains, 12 cents; Window for a week, also for a bite. The gentlecents; Picture men were Messrs. Green B. Tutley, J. have been but a single thought Have Shades, 10 melted into one Miss Minna Crutcher E. Greenleaf, Joe Giunchighiani, and and Mr. G. W. Evans, Jr., are man and Frames, 8x10, 25 cents; porceremony occurred last trait size, $1 and $1.50; the Louis Schlegel. What they wont catch wife. Wednesday at 3 o'clock, p. m., at the best Paint on the market, will be a plenty. On going to press we hear the weath- Christian church, which, despite the $1.10 per gallon, all colors, uiizzuug rain, was crowuea with the er was so cold and rainy that Mr. friends and relatives of this popular black and white. We do all Greenleaf caught a-- ribbit. Joe and couple. rue nanusoine ciiurcn edihcq. over "lands of painting and paper Schlecel caught a cold; if Mr. Turley whoso interior the fragrance of flowers ing for less uioney than "Amhad run a little faster he would have was wafted from the chancel to the ateurs." Get prices on Wincaught the train home. doors, has rarely witnessed a scene dow Glass, etc. Call and be more beautiful, or one that drew forth Sc all around. Crulcher-Evans About two o'clock Saturday morning half the residents of Richmond were awakened by a terrific noise as if their houses were f.illim or a load of coal had been dumped down the front stairs. The fire bell added its noisy clanger to the excitement and for a while we thoughtan earthquake had visited Rich mond, somewliat akin to tuat which knocked Congressman Davison out of the water last Tuesday. Next morning the fact developed that one halLof the gas works had been destroyed by the explosion of the steam boilers. A visit to the scene reealed almost as complete a wreck as an earthquake could Have wrought. The large two and a half story brick structure wherein were situated the generators and boilers was a mass of ruins the roof and walls having been torn to pieces and oiled up in a shapeless massof brick, mortar and twisted iron. The cause is said to have been the leakage of the boilej- it exploded an) way, and so ou can guess at the cause; the result is all that is known. Speed McCreary, the colored night fireman, was inside the building when the boiler let go, and how he escaped whole is a invstrv. The immense walls were thrown out roof fell in, the brick stack was lifted bodily into the air and dropped in the front part of the house, while other debris, boiler, pipes, etc., were hurled Iiitner anu yon. But Speed got out with only a bruised shoulder. The loss may reach $5,000 but the delav in supplying the city with gas will be only short, so Supt. Daugherty sajs. The plant is owned by a private corporation which has tho franchise for lighting 'the city, and many were the expres sions of liope that tho company would now erect an electric light plant, winch would be generally welcomed, we believe, by our people. - bride, wearing a neat traveling tume, lightly leaning on the arm of her brother, Mr. James S. Crutcher-Arrivinat the altar, they were met bv the groom escorted bv his best man, Mr. Cabell II. Chenault. The couple and the attendants formed a graceful crescent about the ministers, Revs Bailey and Briney, when the former pronounced the ceremony to the subdued vocal accompaniment of Miss Mary Pattie, with violin obligato bv Mr. W. B. Bright. Mr. Briney dis missed the audience with prayer. Then the march of retreat sounded from the organ, and led by Mr. and followed "by Miss Mrs. - Evans, Crutcher and Mr. C. H. Chenault and then by tho attendants, the beautiful ceremony was at an end. The wedding party was driven to the depot and left lor Washington City and other eastern cities. The )'oung couple are among the best known of our society folks The bride, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ciutcher, hnfc piobably as many friemis as anv bride who ever claimed Rich mond as her home Her disposition is all sunshine, and to it she adds many traits and domestic virtues that will make her a model wife. Mr. Evans is a moral, industrious young man, an attorney by profession," but with a penchant for real estate business in which lie has been quite successful. Mr. and Mis Evans have the best wishes of a hot of friends who sincerely hope they will uiake their permanent home in g mi&i.inr." wswiawfiftf? T5iU PME!L Ort rT rx iSr mxr 1TV ir'frn 4.ls ry V4. t W VA A the properties of Tirhr citfcw nrVW .2S53VS, J.(JVS AAAUrjr U.AXVVAAW& i Ut VXwumt fiVWw fcw Tr j & - &Sk-'1-- iitrj JSL. " ;-- c ClPvrZ fl ;3iTZT. SSffiBB itZiT: 0 WSj. zar' rf' - r- - i own price. Children's Suits at 50c and up. Stetson's Underwear at any 85.00 Hats at 83.50. price to close out. Gloves of all kinds too jour cheap to mention. I ra :i ;mn ,r ix7 -- &- ti Vo ;cJ s tHSBBS teistatfli Xs:' Tf-ar' WM jp& Tta p Eiock w Latest hh a U m m a 'yo'jrs, IIr.;t':cmail LiLarmoiio-3Combina'''o- .Ft HUaync Crgan 0 vnt;u;. Established 25 years. Agents in msit all cities. If none in o9 aug3 - Gm Ft Mayne9 ind. i cZcl and see us before you buy as we will guarantee to save you money at B fi t gdCall f law ED ili& ...i''"1'"'1''1'1'!!':: Si.. a, eaeeaaasoeeeeeoseo8ee99a9aeoeee9S8aeeeee ON WITH YOUR ADS.--N0W ioQioeooititefttmtt7a ce IS THE TIME. e"A a a JBSB Afi q aK 1b lS m v& S EMKr JS HI S, & &. mff R R Ibf 0ea)o4oae o eaaaaesaaaeaaeecaaaaaaaaaseeaceaseaaaaaaea "a I U HO a Rirst ifc&,te&-VM&&&Qfw-o-- &la ' S 0 i a I !i k S 3 9 9 9 W i ill C-- 1 fr & H sJ 3 ! u k jU P 5 5?r 5a $X ffe Strty Richmond, -- IJ I UU1 S LSI Oi Ky. rrzi-x-- vl Ricluiloiul. Hen are A -- of Ointments fur Catarrh Contain Jlerrury, That 0O "' .. c acaeQeoeaeBaaeaeeoeoeaoeeaeeeeaeeaeeeaeaaa Le.eoaooaeaae0ooeo0oeooeoeoeceaeoeeeeeaf'n.,rt , o o TT& &!tv,f0-iClK;iJAJJrJ vAAiViAA'grtl " - - i - - 4Jzm&?jL4 eisv U eas mercury will surely uestroy the sense ot smell and completely iterance 00the .thole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces, btich a9 articles should never he used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as tho damage they will do is ten fold to tho good you cau possibly derive from them Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by l J. Cheney & Co., loledo, O., cont.uns no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you pet the genuine. It is taken internallv.andmade in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists, price 75c. per bot-- Got - aa.oc.. 09. 09" Everybody Knows 1 111 m i5si tle. Hall's Family Pills aro the best, lm FLYERS! Freiss Ulsters - H I The sensation of the week on Main Street is the complete and beautiful bedroom scene in,, B mm HUB In the emploj' of Geo. M. iu Will-giu- The wonderfully winning premier fashions of the season. V C HH g to dull season J bus' during the keep order 3ou Men's Winter, Weight Sack Suits and Irish have concluded to hang paper; walls, borders and ceilings at Men's Superb Fancy Cassimere Suits, Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, $7 50 I m Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, Men s Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and Covert Overcoat, Men's Suits and Covert Ulsters, li aj lltll J I'M mm 8 a pilIDOi . "tJJ - a sVA Va A Overcoats Ti-- e $12 00 Suits rail 9 "$6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, MEN'S SUITS S5.00, M Young Men's $12.00. $4.00. $5.00, $6.00, S7.50, $9.00) $10.00, $12.00. iit is a" positive woiider Bank Taxes Comprised. One law for the citizen and the .cor- poration impartially administered," is an issue raised by the Louisville Dispatch that applies everywhere. The banks of that city have effected a com promise of their unpaid taxes for several years, at 55 per cent. The man who owns nothing but a home must pay his taxes iu full, and if he resists or neglects to pay promptly he must pay Interest in addition to heavy Denalties. Why should corpora tions get tneir taxes cut clown as a premium on delinquency? Mrs. Alverson's Home Burned. PERSONAL. Mr Milton Covington is better. Mr. W.S.Hume is in the West on buianess. ol Oriental Mr. Elmer Deatherage returned last Tuesday from Lexington. is in full sw ing. There was never Miss Mary Tribble is visiting Judge a better opportunity to add of co!or to the home. Holt's araily at Frankfort. these tems Mrs. Will Watt, of Chilesburg visited relatives in Madison last week. anybody's for Prises Miss Ethel Rice accompanied her equal goods. Money back guest, Miss Ida Sargeant, to Atlanta to if goods are not as repre- make an extended visit. Bar kial Sale ks below sented. M CF.Bfower&Co n malv and broadway, Lexington, Ky. AV. Willis, oLPine Grove, i here Monday. He was called to .Estill county to see a patient. After a delightful visit to MiBS Bessie Torley, Misses Patsay Gaines and Amy Dayison relumed to Lancaster last Wednesday. Miss Belle Bennett was welcomed home last week from a long visit to the Wtst. Her principal sty was with Mr. and Mrs. Evan S. MeCord, nee Mies Dr.'-San- wail About ten o ciock yesterday morn ing the home of Mrs. Mattie Alverson caught fire during her short absence and before the fire department could get two lines of water on the flames the building was well nigh wrecked. The roof and upper story and kitchen were destroyed. All of the contents, except one carpet, were 6aved. The damage will probably reach $750 to $1,000, with insurance, so we learn, al though Mrs. Alverson was too greatly prostrated to be able to give the facts as to the insurance. The coolest person at the fire was her daughter. Miss Rosa, who worked hard to save the tilings and to quiet her mother. Friends wore not wanting in sympathy or assistance, however, and Mrs. Alverson will discover that ber misfortune has borne the fruits of- friendship that will In a nieasuro comfort her in lier lose, 1 Respt., a greater harmony of hopes and nravers convinced. for the happiness and long life of th parties contracting the solemn owsof marriage. It seemed that with one ac M. WILLIS, cord all hearts pulsed in unison with those ot the nappy couple, assured that only a blissful life lay stretched 20J 17. Iin STREET. out at their lect. The bridal procession was a brilliant little pageant, put in motion bv the soft notes of the organ at which Mrs. Har vey Cheuault presided. In the follow- The Electropoisc ing order tho attendants marched down the aisle: Messrs. John B. Chfiiiault and W. R. Letcher, Jr., Leslie P..Ev- CURES DISEASE. aiis ana waller Ubenault. Next came Miss Anna Crutcher. The Electropoiso pave me complete the maid of honor, eliciting an audible relief from eycriiciatiiiR pain iu three buzz of admiration as she walked alone applications. I also find it good for la grace and beauty down the aisle. treating children for their numerous ailments. 0 T.Snowden, with Bridge-for- d & Co., Louisville, Ky. Awarded CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. 1, MEN'S PANTS, MEN'S HATS, -- ,','.' $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. v MEN'S SHOES, MEN'S OVERCOATS, v - ' ' ' . ' h! 1 . how so much elegance and comfort can be srath-ere- d into a store without the magic touch of woman to arrange it. But it ;' $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12:00. is there, the admiration of all. The bed room set in one window, MEN'S UNDERWEAR,' 50e, 75e, $1.00, $1.25. - " , Highest Honors World's Fair, OR; V filial CREAM I have derived more benefit from the use of Electropoise than from all other remedies combined. I think it is the grandest invention of tho age. It can not no praised too nisiuy. ifiiis. ai. r.. Gorman, Sadieville, Ky. Ky.: '"The Electropoise is tho best allronnd doctor I know of. My wife snTered from effects of la grippe for several years; also a complication of other ailments. Now she itf entirely well. Indigestion bothered me a great , BOYS1 UNDERWEAR, 50c. is rivaled by the parlor set in the other. John H. Davis. Esq., of Barbdurs-vili- e, Everything in our store is fresji and new, no old good atfd everything at the lowest price that cask can buy them for. THESE ARE JUST SAMPLES OF THE STOCK WITHIN. COME, VIEW AND THE REST IS A SETTLED FACT. " MOBERLIY Successor to BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Creant of Tartar Powder. Fre ffom Ammonia, Alum orany other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. mm deal: am now well One of the neighbors 1r using it for lung trouble, and p reports improvement." Dubois 613 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky, septiGm. z$d PILLS.- - MILK" EAMt MOff 'Neuralgia cared by Dr, Onoces$aio6e .. & webb, H. . J. STRENG, Tkc Ctotkkr, J. S. Collins. MILWARD BROWN", graduated embalmer and funeral director. 1 Ike Fwfflisker, Tfc -- Skr, Tk IB-NiG- latter. I ! 1P PHONE 2S.- - .IHHHBB..BIBBHH..HHiHHHi.M.BiBii.MM.r Hv.n.WHMHMaHBMHHHBIBI. I HI r' I II eSSiSSi I 111 P I Ml IM fc IW IMiMWl " - fc IJJI --- - -I I - WM MM It is time for you to discard those old BOOTS and SHOES and buy new ones? Remember dry feet are essential to good health. We agree to keep them diy for you if you will use our preventives. 1ST PREVENTIVE. 2D PREVENTIVE. 3D PREVENTIVE. N'T YOU KNOW --4TH PREVENTIVE. I BillllVI Vsia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Frice,25cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, aucceisors to W. Q. White. A round of pleasure-concer- t. A promenade Ons Good Dose Our Railroad calf lined Boot and Our Honest Mike Bub- her Lined Boots ure NOW'S - Absolutely - THE RUBBER TIME OF YEAR ' ' iy TTatCr i '"' " Prnnf riOUl. AND.WE'VE. GOT THE .1 RUBBERS. j Our Russian Colt-skiline of School Shoes in Misses' and Children's will wear and keep the feet dry is the verdict of every one that is wearing them. Join the proces- n Our Celebrated Bueli Bootees, it is pleasant, on retir ing, stops a cougiu relieves croup, or cures a cold, and insures quiet rest and refreshing sleep. It is harmless. I5abie love it. All mothers who have used it recommend it. Ttry a 25c bottle from your druggist. It Favorite jewerly of horse fanciers Studs. y, of Lr. Bell's 1P?V bii "4k It Can Not bo Proven OmiSH OeRVICEABLE. 0LID is the best cough and lung remedy on earth unless yon will try it. If you do this and don't agree with lis, you get your 23c bact quick, right where you buy it. Pine-Tar-IIon- that Dr. Bell's A slow niatch-inen- h -- Eleven years' engage- - sf THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE O l 4&f rrff si j . ? h h h i a a . sa H friS s st. mm xi n a c a UC h x vm n sntr v rzjr' sion. Try a pair of them. 5TH PREVENTIVE, Our Boy's Sealskin School Shoes are water proof and iruaranteed not to tip. Try a pair and be convinced. 6TH PREVENTIVE. Our Men's and Boy's Underwear in Cotton" Ribbed, in quality and price. Fleeced and Wool is first-clas- s gpSGlVE Lust, but not least, our PRICES will prevent your going home BROKE. US A LOOK Tetter, and Kczema. The intense itcliing and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Rheum 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 Hisrh i Prices HIGH-CLAS- T - People! V BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE Dr. Catly's Condition Powders, are jnst what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood pnrifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in nse to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 3ents per package Flash writers Telegraph operators. Colic. Neuralgia and Toothache , RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S .NEVER DID THE MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CHAFF AT THE BIT CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. We know we are "Loaded for Bar" and many a cold chill will creep oy,er our competitors when the- - hear the Startling Low Prices we are making- on all lines of goods that crowd our shelves and counters this season. AVe are showing tho greatest variety of Dress Goods seen oukide of the largo cities this season. All the new things in Crepons, Epinlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert Cloths, Serges, l'ortugus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc., will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. CUBAN RELIEF cures 207 WEST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, KY. Mr. Singleton Improving." 1 I in fiveminutrs. Four Stomach l'ricc. 25 Cents. Sold by Perry 4, Thomas Successors to W. G. White. and Summer Complaints, Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtiues from one of the leading Xew York Houses, we will oirer them as long thev last for 23c. per d. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool 29 P The Richmond Climax. We have given one entire room of our Great Store It is exceedingly gratifying to all We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest to Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Wraps. parties concerned to know that Mr. novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress We are showing everything new and in favor this season (Law Singleton the photographer who was Findings, and when you get your Dress from any of the 1S9S. & Co 's. adverin this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes are the See Douglas Uright VI UXESDAY KOV..1G days you can feel assured that shot by Major Carson some ten "Great Busy Bee Cash Stores" talk of the town. Don't fail to see this line. tisement of six Preventives against wet ago is getting well as we learn from the nothing of a. later Design or Pattern will be shown you. or cold feet. is,vliy vou get here more value for That Protestant Infirmary on yesterday. our money than elsewhere. 3 Advertisements will be received c Ronan set my grates and they are Lexington Gazette. Our buvers for the Three Larire Stores of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporation CLIMAX with the guar- l.y TI1K right. Have your set by him. Oilice Shooting Stars. i OUR FALL AND "WINTER SUITS xVND searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood Hounds, and they have filled this, 3 aiitee that its circulation exceeds g OVERCOATS nov9-l- t over Climax published C great meteoric displays are billed Two department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, 15c a pair; ARE. that of any other paper See us at onr new stand, Armor's, for this month. On November 13 and 2 in Uiehmond. C Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 9Se. ; Men's Cassimere Suits, well c old stand, with a larse and complete 27, according to Garrett P. Scrvis and made, tor .4t5, wortlio.uu. uur line oi iien s aim jduj t. Fine Suits, and Men's and 4vnnf?r!f5Q!50,5COOCC3,'W?0 line of saddles, harness, etc, cheap as other astronomers who are actiug as adBoy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city, One Entire Room given to the cheapest vance agents for the show, there will this department. Hobon, Dentist. Ir. now McClixtock & White. be, for two nights only, ua dazzling, The best smoker, the Proctor Knott Wagers & Cohen bought of Jab. W. pyrotochnical panorama of stupendOur Notion Department and our Gent's and Lauies' mar. White and Grey Blankets, We are selling Caperton, two cows, one weighing' 1.S00 ous magnitude, and uiiappronchable in Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $12.50 , I urnislnnsr Goods Department was never more complete. beautiful borders, large enough lor anv bed, 3Jc. a pair; -- oyster supper at 'Kirksville tobeauty." aud one 1.C50 pounds, and one e nave sinuiieu every nerve to iiiiko mese ueparr. Our Blankets are niled Mountain tiigh on on r leoees and the3T have the set and st3'le of Merchant Tainight. our Gone to Porto Rico. nients the most attractive in our great store. Blankets from us at heifer neighing 1,450 pounds. They and you can huv beautiful every want has been anticipated, and our Low Cah the price of cotton stuff elsewhere. Bed Comforts at (ur Siler Cieek letter is very weie shipped to Cincinnati aud pro Messrs. Chas. S. Powell and Sam lor's work. Prices named on these articles make these departments 4!)c. each. be the Phelps are now in Porto Rico with a nounced by tho butchers there-tlll'W- -. very interesting to customers. Our SUITS and OYER CO ATS'at SS.OO received the seen on the inatket for ears. view of establishing a complete tele-- Let Midkitr paint and trim your best e Brown Cotton at 4c; We are selling good same care and thought in tailoring1 as the higher majll-CniWhen you visit any of our great stores, don't fail arnage. no dressing, at 4c; "Hey there!" said a man over the phone system in that new island hyphen Good Blench Cotton, to take a walk through our Carpet, Curtain and Upholsgrades. Every thread of warp and woof is of pure may Green Ticket Londsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Mason-vil- le S telephone, instead of "Hello." and the possession of Uncle Sam. They tery Departments. Many beautiful and attractive things Turkes are bringing 71 and Bleach Colton at lie a yd. Get our prices on Alpino AVOOl. will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and result was a load of hay was backed up also put water and light plants in the 1 o tits- here. Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell Lace Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that in his yard in fourteen minutes by principal cities. These gentleman, it Sheeting at 12Jc. you will want to carpet your back yard and hang lace Win. Cochran is dangerously ill Cooney Xetr, agent for Hay, Corn, issanl. lepresent a syndicated Richcurtains in your kitchens. mond capitalists. at his home at Whiteb Station. Oats, feed of all kinds, and Pine Knot Best Apron Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, No Sale. ee ad of L. E. Lane, jeweler and coal. If vou want hay, call up 21 and We have just recieved and put on ale a Manugood quality, 5c a yd; Best Canton Flannel from Gc to , The handsome residence of Mrs. Net him a call. yell "Hey here!" facturers sample line of Men's anil Boy'-- . Caps. Our 2nd St., give usually sold at 10 aud 121c. We are selling all 8ic, f windows are full of them and our price is jtt- -t tie Bronston on Third street, was put A Declamatory Contest will beheld Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo-Blueat C'c a A farm without blemish is adverthe value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them Our as Dykes. at C U. Chapel next Friday evening up at public sale on Saturday, but Nobby Hats for'Men, Boy's anil Children are ery pretty. Reinenants almost given away. tised in this i&oiie by Mr. J P. only $2,000 was offered the sale was debuggies before at 8 o'clock to select a representative clared off. This is the second or third e Midkill'sline of contest to be for the We have one side of our entire store-roodevoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEyou buy. All work guaranteed, to sell this place. It is one of held at Lexington on December lGtli. effort mav many celebrated lines of Men's, Ltdies' and Children's Shoes. PARTMENT. We most attractive places in this city. The public is invited to come out and the for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire Our prices named on this line is a mar-ve-l The low bid is no evidence of the real Just think, ouean buy a farm at encourage the speakers. Read ad. .1. D. cost of a few pair elsewhere. We carry no shoddv stuff, our shoes family here for the ..ur own price. value of the property. ? Take time by the forelock, and l'vk.-:-.- . You can't and boots are all good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. An Aged Chicken Thief. don't wait until it is to late. The eye afford to miss our Shoe Department." riie great Fall .Meeting at An old lady living at Boonesgap, organ, and should not he a X.iv 1. with half fare on is sensitive 215 WHITE FRONT. was tried heforo Squire Gay a. Berea, abused. You can preserve them by Again extending to yon an invitation to visit us this fall and take a look through our Store, where bright faced Iliads See bin bilK. proper glasses. See Dr. Gold- last Tuesday ueek for stealing chickens using polite salesmen and salesladies will greet yru and make your wait a pleasure. We are, Ver Bespt , issue stein, the optician, who will be at the from Joe Todd, who lives in her section, aJverti-eintin this A Sure Siru or Croup. Faith is the mother of courage. M' J I) I'vKes, administrator for Hotel Glyndon Wednesday, Nov. 2a and sent to jail. The old lady gives us Hoarseness in a child that is subject An Important Addition as her excuse that she was hungry and I to cioup is a sure indication of the apIyke, decease!. He will give you relief. nothing to eat. Her small boy. to the list of the world's most valua- proach of the disease. If Chamberhad -- Look at D li SiiackklKokdACo's. The 'Kimball Music Hall" in who was caught in the chicken roost ble medicines is Dr. Bell's lain's Cough Remedy is given as soon l .itiJ we tlie reaou why jon Miouiii Lexington, Ky., will teatooO people, a JL Harmless in its nature, yet as tho child becomes hoarse, or even TT on account of w ill be used by Mr. R. M. fcuther-li- n with her was released Hailiant homo heater. l...ve a and almost infallible in its action, it is un- after the croupy cough has appeared, "Recital-Hallconnection his age. in as a -, doubtedly the most efficacious means it win prevent tne attack. Many Haviiand China are at Deather-ase- with the fcutherlin Music House," RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. y Richmond 0.0 F Complimented. of curing coughs, colds, mothers who haveeroupy children alknown all observers where the largest 6tock of Kimball that is bewildering and kindred diseases. Good druggists ways keep this remedy on hand and The Richmond Lodge Odd Fellows sell it at 25c on a guarantee. Pianos can be seen or heard in the t. its beauty and cheapness. oct2tf tf It find that it saves them much trouble bluegrass. Our patrons will do well to did the Stanford degree team proud. J and worry. It can always be depended ini w.X oct2G-lIf vou wish to have money aud him before buying. Senlimenb) may change, but truth upon and is pleasant to take. For sale tee yw& Ed Wilkinson tells us that they were home yy'A.cviJWSw tv crease "the heat, get a Radiant & aii nov2-lby Perry & Thomas. and does not. Co. met at the depot whh heater from D 1). SiiackklkouI) If God could make the solar system. Centre College and Central Univer- that the kejs of the city were handed The sooner a cough or cold is cured I have the best and cheapest road to them on their arrival. A splendid without harm to the sufferer the better. He could also stop the machine. sity will decide the State championwagon on the market. colds are dangerous. HackS. L. Midkikk. mayll-Gmship in this eity on Thanksgiving Day. bannuet was sened at the Zimmer Lingering is distressing. One Minute To Cure Catarrh Hotel and everything done to make ing cough , Kimball Pipe and Cough Cure quickly cures it. Why Kimball Piano-REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES Baled Hay. AH Work Guaranteed. the Stanford crowd glad it had come. suffer when such a cough cure is with- Do not depend upon snuffs, inhalants To Cure a Cohl m One Day hiKhest A SPECIALTY. i...i Organs wrtr awanleloct2G-lor other local applications. Catarrh is Stanford Journal. G. J. White & Son have a No. 1, lot World Fair. in reach? It is pleasant to the taste. a constitutianal disease, and can be Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets. honors at Douglas & Wells. Walter Bronslon Wins. of Timothy hay to suit purchasers; successfully treated only by means or a All druggists refund money if it fails to Two stray steers, weicht 7J0- pounds each: You can get Bale Hay, Com and cure. 25c. The genuine has L. B. Q on one rert with white face; other black ami white No. 1, lot of Clover hay suitable Goal, from also a Mr. Walter Bronston, sou of Mrs. Satan is continually watching and constitutional remedy like Hood's each tablet. not)-(spotted. Strayed (rom city pens on court day. Oats, a well as Pine Knot Sarsaparilla, which thoroughly pun-- ' novlC-2- t fnr milch cows. Iteward for their recovery. M. A. Bronston, this city, was last preying. Coleman Nelf, telephone 21, R. If. I lies tne oiooa ana removes tliescotuious g The most unattractive thing in marDU.LAHD RERRYMAN. novlG-t- f ltrusficlit, Ky. elected city attorney of Lexingweek Removal. taints which cause catarrh. The great 1. depot No Grilling or i'ains. riage Age. number of testimonials from those who ton without opposition. Mr. Bronston J": Hi We have moved our saddle and harcfc OzDu?Tcz-A.nNr- 7 If von have money to burn go on have been cured of catarrh by Hood's ArrowBmith, 111 , Jan. 21, 1897. is a young lawyer who has already Success comes to those who perif Sarsaparilla prove the unequalled severe. If you take Hood'sSareaparilla using your old out ofjlatQ Jiujiter, D. ness fctorc to the room recently occupied won his spurs; is eloquent of speech, Dear Sir: I have been bothered for t a get a Radiant home heater from power of this medicine to conquer this by D. P. Armor, and invite all custoRichmond, Ky. 2nd will and I well educated, social) industrious and 15 years with constipation during have disease. If troubled with Catarrh give faithfully and persistently, you l; MIAtlvKLKOUU & Co. that mers to give us a call. It tried many preparations surely be benefited. State of Kentucky ) November Term. Hood's SarFaparilla a fair trial at his novlG-4- t. McClixtock & White. moral and pioudfriends here and rise in time. I commenced using Dr.of Cald- once. Don't fail to give us a call at onr iiovO-lof his bteady 1895, What class of people lie tho most? Madison Co. Court, j November 7, 1S9S. are Syrup Pepsin in the fall : well's uen stand on Main street, opposite Richmond, Union and Klliston LOST. and unhesitatingly say it is the best ylwM W3i th'o capital of Fayette. When a widow with children mar- Sluggards. Petition Local Option: i mrt House. trouremedy I have ever found tor my pens, Monday Conn-- t does From the cattle Mrs. Kinn2ird Very Low. ries, she becomes a & White. at the A cough is not like a. fever. It Cure It appearing to the Court that more novlti-4t- . ble. No griping or pains after taking. rfett not have to run a curtain course. than 25 per cent, of the legal otersof Court day, two 300 pound dehorned wedding feast. war. riunx. Yours etc., Afrc "Mnrv- - An,, irinllriirfl WAS rf- T Ivivp nn hands now :i full line of it ouicklv and effectually with One Richmond, Union and Elliston Districts rVSri nov2-lSteers. A liberal reward will be paid ported on Sunday very low, at her OfB. L. Middelton. When you ask for De Witt's Witch Minute Cough Cure, the best remedy of Madison County, Kentucky, have J uigh grade buggies, cariiagesaud road for return of same to J. "VV. Bales, this J home, at Paint Lick. She had pneuw agons at lowest prices. Error always stubs its toes on a fact. Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfeit for all ages and for the most severe petitioned the Court that an election W. M. Collins, city. or imitation. There aro more cases of cases. We recommend it because it s UQ heij at the voting places of said dis- S. L. Miukikf. innyll-Gnimonia and was not expected to live. y. Edenton, Constipation prevents the body from Piles being cured by this, than all good Douglas & Wells. tricts on the 10th day of December, It She is about G5 earsof age, widow of ridding itself of waste matter. . Be others combined. Douglas & Wells. -- Quasimoda clgnrs. 10 cents. Mil-I- t 18US, to take the sense of the legal A. Keep The Peace. was a Witt's Little Early Risers will remove To the late John Kinnaird, who of said districts as to whether or r's Havana Second, 5 cents. Fred 'A Rich"So far, so good," as the boy said Miller, Manufacturer fine Cigars. not spirituous, vinous or malt liquor On application of Fihnore Richards, most exemplar citizen. A large fam- the trouble and cure Sick Headache. mond, Ky. shall be sold, bartered, or loaned in Biliousness, Inactive Lierand clear when he finished the lirst pot of his of Brookstown, County Judge Sullivan, ily of grown children survive. said Itichmond, Union and ICDistoit and the Complexion. Small, sugar coated, mother's jam. & Co. have the olaced Mrs. Kinnaird died on Monday, -- D U Cvris Baxter under a $1,000 Districts, and that the prousions of the don't gripe or cause nausea. Douglas & lieat- largest and most varied stock of local option law. in said districts shall npflce bond. The farms of the two was buried vesterdav at Paint Lick. Wells. Good Reason for it Dress Goods. Dress Trimmings. ..wv.. ing stoves ever urougm. iu i apply to druguibta as well as other re- -' men adjoin and trouble was brewing Turkey Time. A Good Way lo Transport heroic. Call and see them. Greed has no respect for law. IUnetville, Ky., Nov. 2,189S. Mrs. tailors of liquors between them The Fowls to Market. Bettie Keljem of this town has good As executor of the estate of It is theretore ordered tnai tne sner-il- l io?1 Dd yoiTwact a farm that is conventhe well A woman never really knows the of iladison County cause a poll to For all the new and The plain The musical gobble of the festive tur- meaning of happiness and content un reason for praising Sarsaparilla.known Luther D3'kes, deceased, churches, if so read Don't Have to Post Your farms. She ient to schools and medicine. Hood's o'clock a. in and closed be Goods of this season We see til she is the mother of a healthy, hap-n- v had female complaints, headaches, no will offer at public sale to the at 4opened at 7 m. at the regular votina fp? up to date Dress Goods in this issue of Jv D. p. ported now. key- is abroad in the land. o'clock the adertibement Farms do not have to be was nervous she could child. The health of including tne new cov- .require fancy braids. Dykes, administrator of Luther Dykes, Under the late law no one must hunt droves of the toothsome fowls coming pends on the health of the the child de appetite andBefore soshe had taken half highest bidder at 10 o'clock, places in said distiicts, viz: Court mother, both not sleep. , iluti&c, City Hall and University, into Richmond by almost every pike. erts, diagonals, ere-- ' We have them in all deceased. on any proerty without lirst obtaining before and after birth. Most all of a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla she be- a. in., on the'premises, on Richmond District, MeCreary and lip pons, Ettimines, etc.,j the new designs, scroll A fine of It is a slow process, this turkey driving woman's weakness and particularly the gan to feel better and after the use of ton, in Union District, Waco and Kava-- 1 The ladies or the Kirksville Presby- the consent of the owner. business. Why not do as one buyer we weakness that most strongly iniiuences several bottles her health' was better come to us. We can novelties, nouveautes, ningh, in Ellisiou District, on Saturday, $5 to $23 is the penalty for a violaterian cliurdi will give an oyslersupper from November noticed last Saturday. On top of a the health of children, comes from than it had been for vents. It December 10th, IS'JS, for the purpose Si please you in style and .Hercules, serpetines, for the benefit tion of this law. at Kirksville, I of taking the bense of the legal voters e wagon ho had an immeiiEe some derangement or disease of the dis' Dobbs says it takes two thousand a 'etc. See these trim-ming- s. Dr. Pierce's price. of that church. AH good people are of said districts whoare qualified to vote coop, wire top, lath sides, tinctly femmiuo organs. cure troubles year k Who Mhiins to Kill Your Hogs? to make a pug nose beautiful. Favorite Prescription will county oflicers upou at elections for cordially invited. The following property: Jackets, Collars & Collarettes. Hog killing times will soon be herb wood floors. Herein were stored hun of this nature. It stiould no taKen regu the question whether or not spirituous, From New Zealand. Tract of Land v known as the home vinous or malt liquors shall he sold, kill j onr hogs, and I want to kill your meat, make dreds of turKeys partitioned off in doz- larly by every woman during the entire Rice & Allman will tfLKSl SIL-Khalf A new line of Ladies' ) Nowhere else will you find Reefto.v, New Zealand, Uov. 23, 'OS place, 75 acres, improved, situatedClark your lard, grind your sausage your sausage, render our lard and do-- J ens Tho horses were going at a fast period of gestation. It gives strength render in a mile fnm nioiri,.(Q nml thf . ...v una jo.uti jjhu condi- to all the organs involved, lessens the very pleased taylor made Jackets,1 more novelties than here. We aud deliversame . iin,i fclllafrti. the local option thsf and liver same at jour door. Price reason- trot, the turkeys were in good pains of childbirth and insures the lam tho agency to state that since county, on Boonesboro pihe. laws provisions of of Chamberlain's the new Taffetas in I took guaranteed give them a able. tion, time was saved, and money made health of bqlh ujother and child'. Satisfaction Tract ot Land, known as the Lislo prohibition in said districts shall apply I latest cut and eolor-- ( haveall Stripes, Checks? ombre been Plaids, nov2-4- t improvea. auioiimiB j , stamps to cover medicines the sale has Couch very large, place, Send 21 by the process. " Uakvby Douglas. Prices reasonable. . well as all other letailers' fat call. ings; also a special lot( Jeffrcts and plain all are btoau- more especially of the Itemed y. cost of mailing only, and receive free a In two years 1 have sold more of this the lands of Theudas Dykes and Hub of lidiiors. Ben Hur. of fur collarettes direct Lties. Give Colemaa NelT your next order copy o! Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. particular remedy than of all other Stevens December It is further ordered that Irvine Sale. Lot. of corn in crib; Address, "World's Dispensary Medical makes for the previous five years. As and Oals, and from the manufacturer. for 'Bale Haj, Corn the 3rd be and is hereby fixed for the The celebrated ''Ben Hur" enterGO shocks fodder; t D. W. Irvine rented his farm on Lexregistration of those persons in .RichHouse Association, Buffalo, N. Y. Save money by buying We are also A?euts for don't forget he is selling the best coal to its efficacy, 1 have been informed by ;! milchcows; & Wells, for tainment will be given at Court ington pike to Gaines mond District entitled to vote at the the goodT on the market, the famous Pine Knot. 2 heifers; from us. The most notable man is not able to scores of persons offrom it, audresults Batterwid's Patterns. Toregoiug election whose names have ntenbils, stock, crop; Thursday evening 7:30, under theanSold faun know they have received 1 cood family mare; Telephone 21, R- - X. 1 & B. depot- - 51,200. spicies of Caldwell High School. The save souls. not been recorded on the Registration its value from the use of it in my own 1 gray horse; mules, $40 to $75; cows, $10 to $05; hogs uovlO-t- f books of this vear. proceeds go to the library fund. I have household It is so pleasant to take 1 mare: $ 3.05: aged jack $100; haystacks $7 to A Coi'v The liest IMaster. that we have to place the bottle carefully examined the testimonials of 1 work mare mule; TCiml.idl Pianos" have put the $10; good feeding steers $4.2o; heifers John F. White, Clerk, tho reach of the children. . , , 1 rockaway; Capt Rider, especially the ono given A pieco of flannel dampened with masters" to thinking; they are $35 to $13. "world By Tuos Tiioi:pe..D. C. .K. J. JjOANTLEBUKY. p 1 buggy; iney , . not the oldest, but the latest, "Sutb-erli- n by ltev. Wallace Tharp and feel confi Chainbeilain'8 Pain Balm and bound In pureuame to theabovo order I will , & Thomas, DrugFor sale by Perry 1 2 horce wagon; the affected parts is superior to on adorn the White Houss. Write canseto be opened a poll- at the above Donation Day. nov2-ldent in recommending him and that anylo plaster. When troubled with a gists . 1 spring wagon; Mosie House." Lexington, for Richmond, Ky. mentioned precimtsOn December 10th. JLvin oct2G-ljiogs; Infirmary will you will bejdeliahted aud instructed. the chest or side, or lame back, 4 fattening pain in The Pallia A Clay catalogue and prices. of the legal What'ia capital? Having more money mower; household 1893. to take the tsense Loiaeii, You are certain to be Half interest in a The entertainment will be illustrat- give it a trial. Uv 11. voters. annual Donation Day on S.Vff?5N'rf?ftvl more than pleased with tne prompt re than you know what to do with. Sheriff II, H. Colyer has in his hold their and lcitclit-n- furniture; farming implel wG&m Sheriff SfaiHwrn ""nnntv ttLZ-1i&&-Tuesday, November 22, 189S. Below ed by 100 handsomely illustrated lief which it affords. Pain Balm is also ments; half interest in il barn of to yard two plum tree, in full bloom. XoPfiFJ' All Druggists - "Most D. CXiAKic. Gro views. barcii; a lot of fowl. of the articles needed: a certain cure for rheumatism. For This is no joke. We have two twigs are some sell you what you ask for. Some Tew To whom it may concern: While .sale by Perry & Thomas, Druggist lm in 12 Educate on land,' , cash, goods, coat, TEUU dry and canned PHOKOeRARHY, from one of trees in this oilice, and ceries, will ask you to talte something which mouths, balance (J later, with FOR A lard, kindling short I do not take any stock in the many iGTIVB SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY! The preacher will not reap wheat if they claim is "just as good." ..AJiltle interest from date. innths on balance Situation, doubt it can call and see lime, salt, hams, those that Terms nWIIEEE for"The Story or the Philippines' now i and long gowns, towels, sheets, nap- so called lecturers and show men bv Hurat IIal9tead. commissIoDed by the Gov to do this of property, underSlO, cash, over $HJ more nrolit induces he sons sand. this uncommon sight for themselves. . TeiagTSHi ernment as OffiUI Historian to the War De- lamps, travelling through the country, I feel it Dr. Bell's is the best six months withliegotiable note kins, tray covers, PTitf nqrfmanr nTi in flnilV Hur" as cure. Alter you congh.eoiu.iintl grip hut j.iat to say that "Ben camps at San Frdscisco, os the- PadSc with pitchers for Fkkrxezi, Au'ct, - try it once you hospitals at Honolulu, too well to General Msrritt, in the ill like Jt Cnt, Burns, Bruises, Bheurendeied by Captain Rider is excellent, I hereby serve notice: on the public that I am in HoBg Kong, in ttie American trenches at any substitute. It Diamond Coal Markets quoted by Thnnuan Grocery J. D. DfKES, Flrei The Fodder. Manila, in the insarxeat camps vrith Agni- - no longer connected with the up U highly entertaining, and above all matism and Sores. Price, 25 cenfa. aicept fc jftRHmr AMW Jm lolOctober t lalrln. nn the deck at the Olvnicia with DeweV. Co. All accounts contracted Co corner Main and Cheapside as tb to be paid to mo. Executor delegate To our city last deeply spiritual. J.t is the best thing-o- G.Sold by Pcny & Thomas, successors to W. nov9 2vv violated the law are Men wiio have A Paint Lick battle 5MTTR . lows. White. ALLEN H.ZABIXa original pioW.R.Orfllin, iandintheroaror eovemtentatthcoffaltofManila.- nort-ttor agent. Brimful Bonanta ..Wn)ie court day tanked up on corn juice and always open to conviction ever saw'. Respectfully, the kind Vni firfpn Tildes... photosraphers, on InTes taktn. by Man magnifies his miseries and mini.LEXINCTON, KY,, .No 1 Green Salt Hides t6e spot Lance boot Law prices. Biz profits. n mnto home concluded to make his J. 0. IiABCOCK Tie. Miu Tor circnler of bis famous and taapoaalHa t Freteht pall- - Credit given. Dro? all trasby mizes his mercies. wd2c 2Co. 1 Dry Hidesdo M. E. Church, CQMKE8CUL COLLEGE OF UIS SI EST! ..UiYEnSiTY iinoiiieiai war dooes., uutat irea. Aaaress, ..$1.002.25 bed of husks whereon swine in a feed. or Sals Privitslf!- may shino bmhtly and the bYrds may Horse Hides Each on F. 'Jt Barber, fac'y Star corn Accordingly he lighted An Important UiuYrsaee. OctM-tChicagd. Awarded Xdul at WerMs Eiporitioii. Sheep Skins "Wool sine their 'sweetest songshut if your. In pesiltWB. Rftr,to tbocMnds Lamb Skins r$?i, shock on Ben Horde's place, lay down To make it apparent to thousands, Siouiacn lu not rim CetteTFall Kastacsa Coarse. InctwHagTul. i r will fell erjeirt v tataa ot 513 acre rf tat. I Copper per pound , Ivep n bott ftC3f " I) they are Books and Board lajanur, ahont IW. was passing tlfe long night in who thinlrtheniselvesIH, that ray Hoas?nd tian. on t fee lUrBCa Mill M,mi mill frctu Ku ...J.,oc and e fwitier. I elluateil on wife Brass per pound . Imino TitwiU'ofier lor theprUaWly notaffiected with any; disease, Iiuttliat Ciddwell's Syrup Pep-i- il statue-likrepote when Deputy Shermofl'.t. Ky.. tl Mfca" fc whaot. btccr corner'o.Xothul7th Shtbawl,Tjp9Writi3s, and Ttkgtapfcy, 8y seal, " Zinc and Lead per pound necdscleanfeing, is and use it accordingly Street, back, of A. Tt Bornsn,d property. ISThe KcntactyTJnlTrUT ppteaaOBJer I KTiWik I tWrwt mMt vbJW, b.c.-- .. rudely disturbed his tf dire4. awarded gro.luat.'liUeryOerM!ree. ) kaerovaiaejstA Call M H,X. .tiitm atew Kiel Gum Shoes and BooW per pouud...2Je iff Dick Colyer las iiistauutal. to bring jwoifort homo to their hearts ftus.suit and birdf ill not oliiitetfud ThsboasehassevenoorHa.good cistern. .staShould bo In very family IU imiiliii nxutal, einmlmrs. anil brought lilm back loJ meiDcise chert and. cTery ble ncfothr uoery ootbsiMiBffsr tbv lot icyar Yellow Root Dry as a costive condition is easily cured by" BOX Jeet.,tTe ftkf wiH.be OTJHsALWgJm.agfaT.'EMsYMj. oontiiWit-Ste8Pirfw nnj r!nsurt.-- . They are m anuiactnrecl by c town. Mr. Horde consented to letluoi trareHftr's grimthe Momach using oyrap of , KJL Call! octt-t- w mr. " .... ak. . ik .lSc go on 1he jiremiseto do hte sleepiBjf JnhttUlHii care IwadAehe. WHoofuest, rd itlie uaiiKxniatiKjgs, Ttntipr ner BfUIld TXLl.IA3;iu&Il8H; syrup uo. oniy-- , anuiHiHt UKSUK;wtt . i. M- - '.f'A" ST"" !i nat of order: Country Bacon per ftilfHBBdaMfa. 3eeot sold ; hereafter a'hlsowB suae' wansee; til Vtnt treHbie., JH Willijuote prices sjifuwen -v c -- ' TV Proctor Knott Cigar. See notice two stray steers of Reward. 15es 5(va WWla&s. I t J I 16-- Jt. - ReadytoWea 10-- 4 3 v two-year-o- all-wo- yard-wid- o yard-wid- e, - 10-- optu-ian- There is no other stand that can clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price. Same old statrlf. but much larger. one-hal- s j-- Inter-Collegia- m 11-C- cany Covington y. itcfte lie Ut-a-d nt dt-- r Tl " 10 Mr All i . stm -- 1 to-da- m " Foot-Bil- l. o 4 mf "BB dJ W U.f 11 49 if w m Two Stray Steers! - t m T Election Notice! va blsb lie LANE, Street, else-who- re -- m Dis.-tuc- ts pa-tak- er I m i;I$IINyi Sl QO TO : o vo-te- is pept-21-?.- ui SiiAt-KELFoi- Executors Si ! m 1 leson s store v&t m? S! ' ; fs4 m ' ; I j Dress . m rs& ! four-hors- three-dec- hiii 8,1 " ( SI w nov2-2m- one-ce- nt r- ' ,- v, ud j no-to- - m n White r - Tree-Writii- gt tln-ri- bed-roo- m Pine-Tar-Hou- ZtSJVJN0TICE! VX3-.il- rTSViSFaTaFT fcJJitfC PT1 - -- &Street, Gibson. m fc.- tm, -- - MARKETS. " - bed-room- s. Planters ut CCTTRraHTEQw f ic wk &. I w Wl .... ..l"C H mii; S PUIS aalcit. -- Tss-v -- j Iasarancc-Bldge.- , m Fl c inere,i(-iiit,iiniipi-n- es for-oi- -- iii-tu- e t.dir-i-timrai- Qtt.S5cTEil -- 9 -- I 1 1 .. wauahu .t-- J ".. :iM5(awaSB WflrY2w .:s Jlv jv 51 lr 5. - jt si $:--.. - i Sj -- - o i 5.- - j, (, m--- -- J ff jA. 1- - , Jt - ?--a , : vl' & if J. r -- D"t - s3SBsHBsBS0.;f U?OSrUsV2?SOasBsSM& "- - 33' &2ME3l jf IK Frankfort Gincins&ti In EBect May 1, 1S93 K&ilm DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. we Frankfort- - mA Minora. " . -- t Georgetown. Gewgetown. r Newtown. . OaBtrerftte- - . Steabetb Paris bwitzer. SUmDing Ground Duvalls - - - &.in. 6 30 C43 6 51 7 02 7 03 p.m. 3 00 3 32 fefe f f Uiclnnond Reported Produee Market. o every Tuesday at noon by F Deatheraj-- & Co., Staple and Fancy Grot.eries, Richmond, Ky. 320 3 48 4 06 EGGS 14c cash; 15c in trade BUTTER Choice country, 3015c Are You s Easily Tired? X THE FARMER IN POLITICS. Shelby Sentinel REG EMERO. COMPLETE BLISS Mikes Hi' ". 3 58 M 4 42 4 52 7 20 8 12 8 22 8 28 8 40 BEESWAX -- 20 L'oe. Clear grease wool, 16l5c; hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c "WOOL . 4 58 5 10 WEST BOUND. fMmjffiS t - Slfaabetti Pn . . .- CeuttetfHe Georgetown UT Damfe. Stamping Ground Uw Nwn. Otorwo ftaaWert . - 9 20 -- ! 9 32 9 33 a.rn. 9 48 p.m. ? 5 5 48 5 58 6 OS ?? -- 6 59 7 06 lmm- CHEEsE-Count- ry, SEED-S1.35S1 5 10c. 50. 00. 50 TIMOTHY CLOVER SEED-- S4 50$5 BLUE GRAfcSbEED-Stripp- sil. IRISH POTAlOEs HA THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS w - 10 00 -- JO is due not only to v Bittern. ,dO. - 56 11 W 25 lt1 " 1135 11 55 t 41 "simplicity of the combination, but also 6 to the care and skill with which it is 8 .20 the originality and 03c; extra clean, G075c; f.iucy dean, pure seed $1(K$1.35. j Did you ever think of ? I Porhap3 your muscles need t j more strength, or your nerves; j or perhaps your stomach, is J weak and cannot digest what j X you eat. If you need moro strength. t then take f t thatP food. -- Just remember that all your strength must come from your 4050c; I -- C. D. BEBCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent B. IIABPKK, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. E S -- . ft c 5 5 go J? ii -2 00. I c ." i. c '3 S - a. -- E o : rrc:r-crr- manufactured by scientific processes known to the Caufokxia Tig Svrup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Califokxia Fio Stkhp Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured brother parties. The high standing of the Fio Svkcp Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advanceof all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Cali-Forx- ia CON 2lc. 10c. SCOTT'S Cod-Iiiver 1IAM"5-I01- LAUD -- 7Sh3e. ORCHARD GRASS RED TOi' 50c. $1.25g$1.35.. t SEED RYE 00c. mm mm SCALPERS SIMULATE SOLDIERS Many Half Rate Tickets Reported to Have Lov; Fares Been Fraudulently Secured i Oil with Hypo- of J phosphites. Tho oil w the most easily changed of all foods into strength; aad. tne nypopnos- - 1 pntteo aco tno Desc z tonics for the nerves. J SCOTT'S BMUL- - f SION" 1 fe For Many Celebrations ings. JFrom the Chicago-Times and Meet- is tho easiest 2 and quickest euro for i weak throats, for coughs of every kind, Z and for all cases of de- - 2 bility, weak nerves, J and loss of flesh. i Herald, Oct ! a 1.1 50c and $1.00; all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. SSsSSSsS p occocoo .B r SAN FK4XCISCO. 2 o o 15 ! ' Louisville. Ky. jan5-l- y m w rm:;r, n. y-- Cat. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS-IMPORTA- NT. -- AVJ la pi Q 1 -f If 14 '. The Quaker Valley Mfg. Co. of Chicago have The genetosiiy of the railroad's in requested us to announce that they lia.ie severd al thousand sets of the finest coin half fare for boldiers War Memorial spoons lelt oer irom tneir making a rate of ft recent distribution. Thej will mail, postpaid, y Q. MC'o-a- U" tiatelingoii sick leave at their own to every subof these tr. CO ffi a full set of sixCLIMAX, spoors will send name-' makes this deception possible. who senbertothe E S and address a poital card will do If, on Passenger men hate known for some r tr rf nn V receipt of the spoons, you find them the most f, exquisitely beautiful specimens of the silver- - lime that ihe pn llcge ab being abused smith's art j ou ever saw. and vortli $3 00 remit W 78 cents, as pamet in full, within 30 davs; if fo a slight extent, but it was only 9. y not pleased, return spoonsimniPdiatelj . Each day that it was discovered the brokV' spoon is of a different design feggg &5 coffee sire showing soldiers in camp in Cuba, ers weio empIoiug men wearing 'the Morro Cattle and four U S Battleships. They are lmDcrishable mementoes of the late war. blue" for Ine purpose ot securing cheap and every subscriber should accept this most iransporiatioii. Whether the papers remarkable offer, and obtain a set before it is. too late All that's necessary is to say jou're a home by tnese agents ate genuine or not Hi subscriber to the CLIMAX this is important) and that you except Memorial Spoon Offer. is not known. Neither the agents are' Address at Winchester. Ky. Time of Trains soldieis employ eti fortius purpose or QUAKER VALLEY MIX. CO, 357 West Harrison St., Chicago. whether uniforms have been put upon WEST BOUND. aug31-46 55 am others by the scalpers. It is known Lexington Accom Mt Sterling anJ for Louisrillc 7 39 am BMrn BihkLexington decora. that the fraud is being peroetrated, 3 00 pm Mwekced aad 4 SO pra New Yrk Umil P. FY jioaeter, and steps to present furttier silver-platese es--t- ei after-dinner s s Chicago scalpers now have uniformed auents. These employes wear the regalia of a United Stales soldier. They cairy with them either genuine or forged furloughs and sick leaves. Tliefae they present at the oillces of railroads to secure, half-farpermits, which are carried hack to theeniployeistobebold to tiny person who is willing to pay the price asked and can y out the decep e A SiD COMMENTARY. xion. Ok Railmj. m EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Morehead LeiirtB Limited F F VAccom 11 58 am New York 6 30 pin LexiiMttB and ML Sterling Accom 28 lm WshtrnrlOB Express coommodation trams run daily except Ssn-daOther trains run daily 'fkrovgh steeping snd dining car service to Kew York. For information, rates or sleeperreservations K HOOD Agent L.AX.Ry., alio or write Richmond, Kj. orGBORGE W. BARNEY, 1) A C . O R , Lexington, Ky. ' ad R.ea.d -- This losses already hate been taken. v. I have rented for 1898 the be eral houses advertised bj me last December, but hat enow four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at mv office over Messrs White . Gibson's s'ore, with Stephen D Parnsh, Attomey-at-LaTLOEIDA H. PARRISH," Attorney and Agent jan26-t- f lu a letter sent out to eastern lines Central jesterday the tecietary of tl-- e EASIER THAI ML I3IH X ECONOMIST RANGES I J! The present --clicdule of Illinois Central Rail in addmon to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Thaa Eter" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Aniona and California The s$aHtid train hervce with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited " is eqnijiped makes it "Easier Than Her" to take a trip to the above mentioned roci. H en JMe5?-3e?1 The antral is the onlv line which runs Free Chir tars and Vestibuiled trains from Louif,rilK to the South, also a wceklj Pullman Tojrist Car for California, 9 2Spni Le Iyis ille every Thursday S lsam Ait Memphis Fridav. pm 7 Ait New Orleans Friday 8 I0pm Lve New OrieansFndaj S 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr S ABtooio Saturday 2 45pm Arr I3poo Sundav 9 2ipm Arr Lo Angeles Mondav .5 15pm Francisco Tuesday Arr HecliHiBg territ'MTr. ss54 , ' tFJPSZStmrvzPzJ w X rrr ji &S3SZJ-- 7, r.y i .TSyV'v v o x tn Jftat;' jft Hawfci p i - I'asseiiger Association recites the facts here mentioned, and as a means ol pieventing further abuses of the privilege granted to soldieis makes the following cuggestious: On issuing tickets at reduced rates 10 soldiers 01 sailors agents should indorse upon such tickets, ''good onlv forsoldieroreailoriu unifoiui." ami with pen and uik upon the furlough papers complete desctiption ot the ticket, including the 'lonn, number decimation anu date of issue. It is lurther suggested, with particular reference to business originating in Chicago, that on aud after Oct. 1, applicants for reduced rates on the giouud that they are toldiers or sailors be refeired to this oihee. and l fiat such tickets be issued on and after the date specified only upon orders bearing thesigna ture ol the undersigned. The chairman of the Western Passenger Association has sent out a simi Judge Barker, of the criminal division, Jefferson Circuit Court, delivered a sensational charge to the grand jury, at Jjouisville, Monday, in which he drew a dark picture of existing conditions aud made many remarkable lie said: "It does seem to me crime is not punished as it should be. This couit is very much discouraged to see murderers gu uuwnipped ot justice when it is almost certain that they are guilty. 1 have lrcqueiuly left this courtroom completely broken tlown at the failure of justice. It the veidicts were nulled u l in murder cases aud aveiugcd witn those who aie convicted ol stealing during the past ear, since 1 have been nil the bench, it would be found those accused of minder escaped with nglitei punishment than thuse who liuve Liken jnoperiv. "On the whole, taking the average ol the punishment for tins otteuse, life here is valued at about $20 and no 11101 e. Human blood beeins to he a drug on the market. The people, as represented in the juries, do not seem to waut to punish this offense, lt is not the fault of the Prosecuting Attorney or the grand juries If some poor devil bieaks a window ami steals a loaf of bread he is giv en the full extent of the law; but, if a man shoots off a woman's head, or soiiiH quack kills a poor gitl by process of abortion, he gets oil with a light or is allowed to go ftee." mate-meiit- s. v puu-lbhme- ut There is no class of our t citizens that have so vital an interest in politics aw the farmer and jet many of them pride themselves on the fact that they take no interest in political matters. Too often is it the case that the farmer is content to raise and market his crop without a thought as to what effect legislation has upon his business Frequently he wonders why, after a hard years work, he finds himself no bettor off than at the beginning of the year and he still dos not realize that adverse legislation may have so operated against him as to cheapen the product of his labor and to increase his laxes Upon the fanner rests the greatest burden of taxation and upon nini should rest a full share of ti.t responsibility of selecting the proper officials to conduct public affairs. In all legislative boiiies nearly everj' interest in the couutrj-ibetter represented than the farming interests aud the result is that farmers have most suffered from adverse legislation. The only remedy for tins condition is for our farmers to take such an interest in politics as to insure them proper representatives and to hold their to a strict accountability of the trust imposed in them. It is time that the producing class bhould have their interests considered and the waj to accomplish this is for them to select such men as who recognise that all laws should not be so framed as to euiich the few at the expense of the many. s law-makeoffice-holders the The Great 3J Weak Strong. eay rc.ir'i of cirry American. guaranteed to aire ilajs treatment Is the most complicated iiso u( Xinom Debility, or Wasting Dliease. It acts powerfully and iiulckly. A New Alan, Ih!eally Perfect. Ii the result oflhe uP of iti:i;t;M:itO. Voun; men Trill lot ininhoal, aril Old Jlen wilt rccovei their youthful v ljor. IUn Iconics and restores tc full life and I;or, all BUfTercn from Seminal Weak nesses, Impotcncy, Spermattorlica, Nightly Emissions, Lost Eraln and Muscular Power, Weak Mcmorv. Wikcf jlness. Evil Dreimi, Despondency. Lack of ConP.dence, and all elects of or etin! etccss indlid scrctlon. uhkli unfits ono for business, study or mamase. lt EC! E.N E RO goes at o jce to ilia root of 1 10 cU,ease that Is why lt cures. It Is tliocrealestNerc Tonic In the world that If why It elves Isoraad Action and restores the Fire of Youth. It Is a n irveloas Blood Purifier that Is why tho I'irli (Slow comes harU to t'ie pale cheeks. Insist upon !:..ln; IIIUJENKUO. Can lie curried In v est ixxUlU liy mail 81.00 per box, 01 she for g.1.00. Ue ilieerfully refund the monev where t lmcs do not ciTect a cure. la now within scU-abn- s, Circulars tree. Add rcs tho American Office of BORDEAUX MEOIGALCD.8230For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. sept21-ly - Write JOHST WKDDERBURN & CO, Patent Attor- neyi, Washington. D. C, for their 13 PHlo offer -- , and list ot two hundred UTenllocs wantsd. , dnS -- ,,-- .--, TV. C. SUHER. JOHN HOSHAl. Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain I'llls. JLAA. tf . S imer& Hosha LITE STOCK SALESMEN, pflB&EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' Sjg If. JLj - B df Ar T K &Y yn 'iT C3C jTja x J&&"W H J V A f Jw Overcome evil with good. Overcome your oouglir aud colds with One Minute Cough Cure. It is so good children cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, grippe and all throat and lung diseases. Douglas & Wells. Union Stock Yards, Anyone sending a sketch and description may alckly ascertain our opinion free whether an iTention is DrobablT patentable. Communica Handbook tions strlctlr confidential. nr Hpcurini? on Patents D&tents. ,ont f roo OlrlfkSt BffPTlPT f Patents taken tbroueh Jlunu & Co. receive tptelal notice, without charge. In the rrFTf K Copyrights &c. Designs jL-- Tt , s3!I "llssil J Vr I llfl n'-- 1 AM Cincinnati, tfS-O- ur O. Scientific jftiericam Branch Office, The reason for the dale of Congres sional elections the first Tuesdaj after the first Mondav in November is often askid, but there are veiv few who have charge of the campaign who are able to answer it. C.tpt. Thomas II. McKee, the journal cleik of theHouse explained that the controlling reason for the date, in the manner fixed, was to prevent an election tailing on the liist of the month. That, of course, is a busy day for ninny men. Bills fall due then, and commeicially the 1st "3 always the busiest day in every month. The Ian guage used to designate the date makes it impossible for the election to come earlier than the 2nd of the month, and that would be only when the first daj' of the month happens to be on .Monday The reason given applies moie strictly to the date of Presidential elections, for Congress has presciibed that date alono. Commission charges are $3.00 per car for hogs, 50c. per head for cattle. Reference Western German Dank, Cincinsept7-I- y nati, Ohio. cirA handsomely lllnstratcd weekly. culation of any scientific Journal. Ter.ns, $3 a resr ; four months, J L Sold by all newsdealers. WiW MUNN&Co.3618 New York Washington. D. C. 7 OFBt. 28-2- nHOR Mwii 0 Not Baltimore and Ohio sg iS & Biggerstaff iBUTI Ji & Oldham, iUlhalwel m to Show You, & FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. .SIDEBOARDS An- - style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $8.00 jn Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ej-- e Maple and Mahoganv. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used' at Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From 60e to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. -- j m s wwiiIkaIi1I &fP$fe42Qv ;lii!p3 3 WfllliwiKlMtiyi Ring in the new Rmg out tho false Ring in the true " to yu tne new an rue rom P'nev forests of Norway ' Ring out tho old 8 h y DR, BELL'S LITERARY NOTES That the Spy sent by the United States Government to Spain during the war should havo become the guest of Wcyler himself, seems incredible Yet thpre is nothing more true. The Gov ernment selected as its agent a man of position who has lived much in Germany. It was necessary for us to have a trained intellect that would make no mistakes: His story is told in the November Cosmopolitan, aud the most exciting pages of Dumas's fiction seem tame in comparison with the facts. Crossing the frontier in a carnage, he was by a trifling accident brought into conversation with" a young Spanish nobleman; presentlj-whshould come along but the son of General Wej'ler. This acquaintance led to his receiving many attentions from Wej'ler 'when they reached Madrid, and the General actually gave up a day to a trip to the Escurial. Imy agine thks grim of ours laying himself out to please the secret agent whom the Government had sent to find out the weak places of Spain. How trifling the demarcation between the position of honored guest and that of spj-- , who, if discovered, would have been all the more quickly sent to his death ! The same issue ot the Cosmopolitan contains four pieces of fiction by such famous authors as Frank Stockton, Zangwill, H. G. Wells, and the lamented Harold Frederic, but none of it half so exciting in its interest as this true story. first-cla- ss " o arch-enem- SilSi weak 1 unca strong. Feducah, Ky. Sirs. M. A. olctcalfe, rSI16-lB- S science to a Honey colds and all inflamed surfaces Nature's most natural remedy, improved by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give reifect satisfaction or money refunded. Price '25 cents per box. For sale by Perry fc Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. G. White. The Curfew Law. decl5-ly Cure for coughs, Pleasant, Permanent, Positive of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n rated ; the microbe-bearin- g mucus is cut out ; the cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET I AM 88 YEARS aud never used any remedy equal toOLD.BeU's l.r. It ch ea quicfc and permanent relief Dr. Sell's In grlpaswellascougbsand colds. Itmakns Pme-Tsr-Ho- ne if $ lar notice. Kailroad men do not know how ex tensively they have suffeied on accout of the fraud, but the' are inclined to estimate the losses as quite heavy. Winter Excursion Rates to Southern Resorts via Southern Railway. sb Ikw is The 7r Uutrr Hoi't ti Ci&riu. com-wtcte i the lerrrtory iweutioned will do well to with Jl II Fowler, Traveling Passenger Ajrent, Louisville, Ky. Wm Alpokd Keixovd, AGP. A., Louisville, Kj A. H. HaSsOS. O P A., dec23-l- y Ch cago. 111. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to Roofing, Guttering aud General Job Work. MA ' ill lit i: Tiaie Table No. BAST Qi3 Pi &! ili Beginning October 15th Winter Ex cursion tickets to principal Southern re sorts, including Asheville and Hot Springs, N. C. and Floiida points, are on sale by connecting Hues via Southern Railway. Tickets allow 15 days stop overs, and are good to return until May 31, 1893. The Southern Railway quickest and best. Write for maps, schedules and rates. in. H. Tayloe, Asst. Genl. Pass Agent, Louisville'; C. A. Baird, traveling Pass. Ageut, Louisville; J C. Beam, North Western Pass, Agent, "CYRANO DE BERGERAC." 31 Takinp Effect Mon da.v, May '2, 189S. 2d Class. 1st Class. BOUND. Xo 1 NO 73 NO. 9 I Ez Sun Ex bun Ex Sunlt J MlWh u 111 HI DR. CALDWELL'S The curfew law has been in force in Btirgin several months and one of the best citizens there told me Saturday that it worked like a charm. At first the bell was rung every night at half past eight o'clock, and before the be strictly enforced a few arrests had to be made, but now those under eighteen years of age know to get off the streets at the proper time without even the ringing of the bell. The people of Burgiu generally are pleased with the curfew aud it would bo hard to induce them to have the ordinance repealed liarrodsburg Democrat. law-coul- Southern uuiujtwn. v i Of Lexington, Kentucky. . ink Investment We are too busy to give a full list of our immense stock, but assure you that anything you may need you can find at our new quarters. Safest Investment Largest Profits. AND SDRPLDS. luilBjfei&g pa Jpap did )j3fe if DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. J 8123,169.40 PAID IN MATURITIES. How to Find Out. TF$aiHes Nichotacrinc Yaey View BfchBend Union Moherley. Hras-e- id 'MM 11 11 11 A. M. P M. 6 7 8 8 5z 3S 8 A. M. 5 30 6 48 iVRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION. Iff-f- c v-r- o M .. 5a P M. 12 12 12 12 18 16 30 35 1 6S II S8 41 M 8 20 8 50 9 15 10 10 10 10 00 05 25 40 11 35 13 8 39 . ' and $1 aug31-2- CHOICE PURE BRED PLYMMOTH Rock Cockerels lor sala at lc. 75c Chicogo. 00 MRS H H COLYER. Richmond, Ky. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-fohours: a 6ednneut or settling indicates ah unhealthy condition of the kidney trouble; too frequent desire p pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidnejs and bladder are out of order. ur $45,294.68 RESERVE When in the City M'ake Your Headquarters With COUPONS MATURED OCTOBER, 189S. Ref.No. Cou. No . Name. Address. . Cost. Paid. S 8 92 95 95 87 92 82 92 87 89 77 82 89 87 82 87 87 73 44 08 08 19 44 00 44 19 Irvine Panete wmi momi. Irwne No. 2 No. 4 No. 8 iso. lu ExSun ExSun ExSun.ExSun A. M. . 6 6 6 6 7 ft". j P. M. 2 00 P. M. A. M 11 1 1 1 . Rock, for: 2,c, Paola Mmi AtfA Mrey Union " ' I SJi 2 30 2 it 47 2 3 15 55 05 28 45 Milhon Valley V.f ir XfcitotasAille YcriKJttes AH ltteimMWfJ. 28 31 58 W 3 39 3 45 4 2 15 3 00 25 4 JO 6 10 C t "Sue, , SN 19 ioTTvarlo awti 3.ccAct Sxvs.. P.M. P.M. P. M. trains connect with Louie ville Southern Lonisville. trains to auti All tmius connect with C N O. &.T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati A.M. ' Six of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid prompt! j . f Dispatcher. ROCK. W. H AD VMS. Superintendent V T-a- in J efe $p SOUTHERN In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give thp best We will not transact business withirrespon-sibl- e companies. 26) Second Street, RfliLWfty. (IN KENTUCKY) UpStairs. Jc2-l- y i i ti bcliednlo In effect May 1. 1808. GEO. W. RILEY LT17BisTlle 1 Ky., Recommends . Wright's jCelerv Capsules. Ar ShnTrilIe g .... Ar ji reoreh Slielbyville, Xy., May 26, '90. To A Versailles Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Ar Ixitrton (Tents I have nnrchaped a box of No-No.2. No.4. 7.45aml4 40pm 6.05am Wrieht s Celery Capsules from G. K. jh Lrxwtoa aiOaml aWpm 57am Middelton. druirsist, and . Ar enaultee. ued lliem for 8.3Sam n.30pm 5.45am Ar UrnKcb: .... . Uelbyvllku 95am C.lpm 6.SSam Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and ConstiAi iaf5am) 7 50pm 7J0am pation and found that they cave me imAr Lwtvillc SkameNes 1, 2, 5 and 0 carry Free Observa-ti- mediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent reinedv. Cbalr Cars. Na . I Na B. io.S. wsj.iU 7 40am 4.05pm 7.4Spm 1 Orfam) 5.28pm 9 07pm a Kara, C3opm I'.Wpm l&ieam C52pm 10 09pm ia45am 7!0pm lOSSpm Of Shelhyville, mi EASTHOCMJ. WESTBOUND. Louis vil Ar i.aa! ; 4UaBaL' LamcbrgAr pm Ann Ar -- STATIONS. No. 12.IN0. 14- - Yours very. truly, 9 . xmt .a rxa5amAr .TWOCND Idtjun Ar IlarodxugAr No.C7.i STATIONS. V Uurgin. Lv 4.3Jpm 7JSam W 5.2.1pm sraam 4 40pm 7.S5am ESTBOUXD. ia65am Geo. W. Rile?. A A - Art i- A A ilk. iNo. 16.1NO.C8. 7.4amJLv LouLsnl Ar.iavam 7tpm li.oim'Ar SholbvilAri 97am 6. 19pm , 10. Mara Ar VenJles Ar 8.05am, 4.15pm - jj Mara Ar Midway Arl 7.45am 3.38pm ',. u U.iMt.tm Georgth Lvi 7.15am, 100pm Ar r a l. IXBUKNSCAS7 Tlte Kew Acetjlesc Gas Dicwle Lamp. STATIONS. ' mi J.UjpmJL LouisUAr U. .a &aCpm,Lv Vt.rt.lles Ar liiam7.3ipin,ArNichlvIllAr BOUMJ. I rrXo- - 5.j . WESTBOUND. No. 6. tNo. 2. 10.55am Ml 1 tpm Ji.39i)in ArlticbmndLv I tfvpm . Ar Irvine Lt 7.6'jpm 7.50am 5.0Jpm 6Asam 4.10pm COSam 3.15pm . . tatio:.3. I MtpUvfllc r Kaexviiici - AUoiiie " v Ar Ar .ailanotfa r AltatMu Ja.'.cou at JjcltHonviUe JnckwarHlc ... iarnunah.... Uategton .. lajjam lasjpm 8.15pm 7.4.1am 5.10am 1.15pm 6.10am . 9.15am 7.20pm taoam &.0Uam lL40am- 8.10am l 7.40am No. yoTzT 7.45pm wihmmm !JyBai oct like ABSOLUTELY PQrDAHBER w. Lais p. ............ . ......... ......... Lt Ocattanouga .. Ar Blnatnttbam ArJleriteB New K-- 85pm .... -- Orleans i carries l'ree Jhalr car Louisville fscington there connecting with bolld Vestl-Inil-to ti Train carrying through Pullman Mecp-in- c Car to H rmiusoam. Meridian ana New alto makes dose connection at Chatta-i'- -a for Atlanta, Macon, Jacksonville and i Or-lc- 7.40pm' 0.25am ll.3.ipm ILlOpm 3.53am laioam lOJOam 10.30am It can't iarorblow :1 i No.; carries Pullman Sleeper XouIstUIq to C&auanooga and Uirmlncbam. also Lexington to Jacksonville t la Ho: Springs. Ashcvllle. aid Pullman Unloa ileeper Lexlsgton to New Orleans. t Dally except Sunday. v A. tVnrnoj'.P.A.T.A., &T.SwirT,'P.&T.A.. Loaisraio, Ky Lextetoa. Ky. rS.QAKNOir,3d V.P.icG.SL. J. M. COW.T. M "VfasnlcstoB. D. CL WaaUsctea, D.a Wk.Tcaay3J,.A.-WiLH.TATieKjk.S.P- UrunisnScl: Light coU cTit a- - honr. Throws n tiear, wMum iilit ItJ.-- t I r circular sua luar too-i- t 1 Greatest SJIcvc'.c cf the lcar Scaler C . B'u-cJ1 ltn L? a. ta .... Si-u-d or.catrrspcd i'4'00 BAD8EB BRASS EgFQ. G& Jly6-6m hat to do. You cannot "train up" a child by is comfort in the knowledge so keeping down all his aspirations. There No play of this century has created such a furor as has the new play vv hich often expiessed, that Dr. Kilmer's Too many want to have the victor's the great kidney remedy Richard Mansfield is now presenting at Swamp-Roo- t, fulfills every wish in curing rheuma- crown without the soldier's wounds. the Garden Theatre in New Yolk City, entitled Cyrano de Beigerac. It has tism, pain in the hack, kidney, liver, The smaller a man's heart the, bigger brought international fame to its oung bladder aud every part of the urinary passages inability to hold a dollar looks in his ejes. It corrects author, Edmond Kostand, who is only thirty one years of age. If vou goto water and scalding pain in passing it, rsew York and want to see "Cyrano" or bad effects following use of liquor, Iju$fomcl$, (and who does not,) you must purchase wine or beer, and overcomes that unyour ticket at least a week ahead, afa pleasant necessity of being compelled people are being turned aw ay at each to go often during the day, and to get performance, even though the play haB up man' times during the night. The been running nightly for over two mild aud tho extraordinary efieet of months. This justly celebrated play, Swamp-Bois soon realized. It which is pur and elevating, pointing stands the higuest for its wonderful to a high moral, has thrilled into en cures of the moot distressing cases. If thusiasm, not only America, but France you need a medicine jou should have and England as well. You may not tho best. At drussists fifty cents or be able to 6ee the play, hut you can one dollar. read the story if you desire, as the You may have a sample bottle and a opening chapters will begin in an early book that tells more about it, both sent issue of the Sunny South. Be sure and absolutely free by mail, "f you send do not miss this story, or you will be jour address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., trying to buy it in book form later on Binghamton, N. Y. When writtiug be sure and mention that ycu read this Sit. Knowledge power." There is generous oiler in the .Richmond n one kn id of knowledge that Climax. II ower and prestige in hands of a woman. A private in an Ohio regiment now 5 the knowledge of Walter own nature, ber own in Porto Rico, writes.: ''If you want to eNKTSLiSKC physical make-u- p and know what a grand, glorious and sugar uome - treatment coated thing a woman is, join the army f diseases pecu The sympathetic tenderness- - of a lovliar to her sex. as I did See nothing but men from ing husband is everything to an expecThere is a great home medical morning until night. Join the army tant mother, especially during her first Pi JUI Esq., a promibook that teaches and loaf with men, eat with men, talk ordeal. George Laj-tonent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the all this. It is Dr. with men, help men, carry men, walk following case : Pierce's Common " !!Sense Medical over men, shoot meD, succor men, see A customer of mine, whose wife has used Adviser. Over men, men, men, aud nothing bufmen. four bottles of 'Mother's Friend" before confinement, sayi. after seeing the effects of the 1,200,000 American homes contain copies reme had of this work. It ued to cost $1.50; now it Live in a perpetual atmosphere of sup again,'y. that if shewere to go through the ordeal mid but four bottles on is free. For a paper covered copy send 21 piessed profanity, boot smell and to- inarLc. andthere cost was $100 per bottle, the the she one,-cestamps, to cover mailing only, to "would have them. bacco smoke ami at the end of three the World's Dispensary Medical Associa" Mother's Friend " is a scientifically tion, Buffalo, N. Y ; French cloth binding, weeks you would be passionately enain-bore- d compounded liniment yhich affords cer51 stamps. with tho mummy of an Egyptian tain reliefin the various ailments preThis great book tells all about a medicine that is an unfailing cure for all weakness servant girl and give her an electric ceding childbirth, and assures proper and disease of the delicate organs distinctly kiss to that would burn 3,000 years of elasticity the the cords and muscles infeminine. "That medicine is Dr. Pierce's volved in final ordeal. .Favorite Prescription. During the past dried hide into flushed and velvety ant "Mother's Friend' is sold by drug tnirty years many thousands ot women mation." . gists, or expressed on receipt of one have used it with marvelous results. It uouar. imparts health, vigor, virility, strength and Valuable book, "Before Baby is Late to bed and early to rise, preelasticity to the organs that bear the burdens of maternity. It fits for wifehood and pares a man for his home in the skies, Born," mailed free on application. motherhood. Taken during the period of DC CHADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ca. gestation, it makes the coming of baby easy liut early to .bed aud a Little Early Jan5-l- y and almost painless. It completely banRiser, the pill that niakts life longer and ishes the pain and misery that are the result of a woman's neglecting her womanly betteraud niter. Douglas & Wells health. An honest medicine dealer will Fine Glijp.kons and Duoks! in Madison." give you what you ask for, and not try to "A Cold persuade you to take some inferior substiIt is an awlitl cold, wintry day when tute for the little added profit he may make thereon. Madison county can not come to the Mrs. Jas. Schaffner. of Freemansburg-- Northhave aboufc Twenty ampton Co., Pa., writes t "It is with pleasure front with a collection of newly discovthat I write to let you know the great good I ered relics of the late D. Boone, w ho .Light have received from your medicines and the local Brahma Cockerels ,for at home. T was troubled with frequented those parts to a considera female weakness, had pains in my back all the sale SI. 00 each. Also time, sometimes so severe that I could not lie in ble extent during his sojourn upon bed at night. 1 tned different doctors but they this planet. The Litest additions to the ew Thoroughbred Mamcould not help me. Then my husband got Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, and Boone collection are a battle axe and moth Pekin JDrakes (Raninduced me to try Dr. PieTces medicines. After tomft hawk, bearing his nains and date taking six bottles of the ' Favorite Prescription kin, Hallock and Newman Sympathetic ot 2972 3314. Thos Foroinn Estate, Lexinglon, Ky , . . G-3035 . .4751 Newton . ' Burjrin 310:: . 3)3l . . K A Perkins . " . . . 31GG. 4010 . . Miss F Sangergeld Louisville . . . . . Lexington 3232 . 40S.2 . . Tilda Morton 3291 . .4123. . It Arnspiger . 3347. 4207 . . G B Newton . 3412 . 431&V . Dr S H Stevenson . . . Chicago, 111 . Louisville, Ky 3478. 4258 . . N J Kltiinb . i . . . . 3539. 4405 . . Jas Peters . . 447G . Bell 3G04. Harrodsburc" . E D Sayre Lexington " 4552 3G6S. " . O XV Pohlman . . . Louisville 3727 . 4660 tt ii . 3817 . . 4515 . . Emery Hikes . Geo L) Robertson . . Lexington, " 38S0. .4730 . Paris. . 3913 4SI5. . Lucy Parker . . . . . . Lexington, '' . . 487S . . A J Taylor 4006 . 40G3 .4835. . Geo I) Jtobertson . . 4121 . 4993 . . Geo D Robertson . . . . . 417G. .5050. . A J Ta lor . 323G. :5112. . Geo D' Robertson . . . . 4294 . 5274 . . Mrs JI Taylor . . 4353 . 5213 . . Mrs Ella Crane . . . . . 4433 . 5439 . . II A Welsh . . . Nicholasville . . 4491 . 555G . . Joe Coyle Cincinnati, 0 Louisville, Ky 45 'G . .5086 Ciaieme Stone . Harrcusburt: 4G35 . 5"45 P E Bell , ... . . . ,PE .... .... ..... ''.... . . . . . . . . ' . . . . . . 50 . 50 . 50 50 . 50 . 50 50 . 50 3S 50 . 33 50, 35 50 . 38 50 . 37 50 35 50 . 37 50 . 37 50 . 31 50 . 34 50 37 50 . 30 60 . 34 50 . 36 50 . 32 50 . 36 50 39 40 40 37 39 35 39 37 29 50. 34 50. So 50 . 34 50. 32 50. 33 50. 34 50. 27 50. 34 50. 33 50. 32 50. 31 $ If 80 06 00 SO ladison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 19 00 19 $r6 BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM 1863. 47S5. 4848. 4905. 4978. 5037. 5113. 5173. 5254 . 5312. 5409. 5473 . 4700. .5700 . . 5787 . . . 5856 . . .4181. . . 59154 . . . 6033 . 6127 6255 5540 . . fes . K.yi) mb W' - j a" 5530. J M & JohuSkain 5597 . J B Hillinrd . . . II P Cox 5067 . .6809 57 J 9 6373.. . R F Johnson . . . . 5771 . 6951 . . XV Newman . . G829. .7011 . D B Good 5S9G 7060. . Ur A P Taylor. . . 5952 . 7130 . . Belle Iiitinmoqd . . 7215 G009. Thereto. Shafnerr . . 6075 . 7301 . -- W Appleton . . . 73G2 . . H J Marrs G132. t . 6215 . . Catherine Lang . . . G441.. 6577 . 6G6G . . 6709 . . John Hemtz J XV Appleton . MaryDahn jMimaRaubon . . . XV N Cropper J II Baker . Mrs Elia Ggodrich . . M E Chapman . . . .Eliza Shitklel . . Mary Johnson . . .Perry Crosth'vaite . Mis JLiry Holloway ..... .... .... ... . Lexington, " Louisville, " . . Lexington Ft Thomas Lexingto.il, Louisville, " " " " . Atlanta, Ga. Lexington Kv Louisville, " Lexington," Wadsworth H.irrodsburrr . 82 50 .. 29 50. 50. . O 3150 31 J Baltimore Md Lexington Ky Louisville, it 25 31 50. 50. 50.' 50. 50. 50. 50 50 0 50. 29 25 29 26 27 24 25 23 25 25 24 22 20 19 20 20 20 J J Lexington Danville" 62S8. 650G. 6363 . . . .fcj G419. . . . 6592. G640. 0703. 6779. 6831 6879 . .JWDIIrim ell . . W II . Biickner McElroy, Agt . . . MidiilebtUK'1 Lucy Short ' St t John VCoffev . . . . . Lexington '' Mary A Lighter . . it i. Mavnie E J Shannon . . . . . M & John Sknin . C Y Freeman u urouu . . Louisville . i 50. 50 50 50 50 Lexington 50. 50. 50 i 6026. 6974 7215 . 7082. 7120. 7202. 7325. 7375 . 7432 . Ford S SWolls Ford . W II Ballard . . . . ATEastland . J I) Pnrcell . . . . C XV F . . . . . H Norton . . . . Georgetown - Lexington i .17 ii AHLeFevro Richmond. Ind . Harmdsburg . Lexington, Lexiimtoi 50 20 50 19 50. 18 50. 17 18 50. 50. 50. 50. 752L. 7571 . 7718. 7766 7835 V . . AF Wheeler . BBSisco. . Francis . Jos Burcer Ky t . 17 16 . , I 7907. . W J Loupjhrldge WT .Tones. . . . Milton Johnson . .Nicholasville'' . I exington " . JIajBville 15 17 Nannie B "Wilson " .Louisville, ' . 16 50 . 12 50. 15 50'. 14 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 19 71 80 79 43 87 19 66 30 Monuments, .Tombs, 79 43 Marble and 84 5S 74 32 S4 5S 34 05 CO 80 79 43 82 00 79 43 74 32 77 061 Those who are contemplating bnjing Marble, Granite, or any kind of 79 43 61 85 Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the reai 79 43 of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand 77 06 a. large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all claR(.e of Jin. W G. GOUOHEB. one of the best wort mon in Central 74 32 buyers 71 80 Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this mean Kitisfactcrv work 74 32 in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to iw for d'esigns ' 66 t0 which will be furnished on application. 71 80 YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED: 71 80 56 97 71 80 69 30 66 80 58 41 06 60 59 41 61 85 54 55 56 97 52 04 56 97 all 56 97 54 55 first-cla- ss We 49 70 45 02 42 47 good 45 02 45 02 45 02 3S 03 in. 45 02 will 42 47 40 34 38 05 40 31 38 03 35 74 33 35 3S 03 35 74 Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, Bad- 26 69 rtt.,.F0SreLOwnvegeKU5les.n.chasBea,'PotatoesPea'' 33 45 31 17 JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and Granite. American FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. f JK7VTES D. H757VniTOIN. Proprietor. Richmond Market meats arealike. Our meats are the best. kill It's poor logic to agree that cattle, is why we have always enjoyed a share of Richmond's patronage. Those that have not favored us with orders the past be convinced, by giving us a trial order that our Beep, mutton, Fork and other Meats, are not excelled by any market, Fresh Fish Iec?eved Daily. Thoroughbred at Paid'up Certificate. Total Profit over cost $2,169.00 $4,900 38 52,731.38 Te leprae &?. may25-ly- - Mackey Balldlasf, Main St. af j.uft r uuu iiicoiiiiattuu Juuiisa 1 feel like aliew woman." 5lYRUP . DR. CALDWELL'S CURES INDIGESTION. PEPSI II ' strains) each. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets care constiP. S- - Positively the above pamgraph Call on or address pation. Constipation is the cause of many diseases. Curt:, the cause and you cure the was written before its author saw hist. disease. One "Pellet" is & zentle laxa Alpnday's Courier-JourHR- l. ft $. JJTew-loHARRIS., M0RGAM, . tive, and two a mild cathartic Druggists- in Qweuion Herald, ecu lacje, ana Homing 13 jj usi as gooa." t ov2-- t .'rYWte'e Station , BJadteon Co.,'Ky li, 1770. at $1.00 A. . SMITH BOWMAN, ' j, f ,r. K - m FroiD Rowell'-- - Wgwspape'r Di ectorq. fr. ,itl.t If i: X SO ar i it ' -- MRS, A, T. UILLIOM,- - Lfwd ApVEictoWBi, Ky, fr" ?'(, $ t. i & jfrS" X. ' r cCr S' ., ) '' The Richiunitil. Ky.. Climax. ifcl clrcuIationiacBordKl to,Hny papei hv Uu T nun,, Sectary. 1- th EiKhthCengryloTuil Oigtriri : " - suiscrniR,:W Z'r v. wtomiz? :" ' .t ,,,, C' Mffc.M r fu il. ct.jh tty n ?i. ti io- .- - at , .aL.' C41 .w V . - J SS S " o- a-.tv- 'gb . - -