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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1899. m NUMBER . 14. THE TOLEDO WEEKLY 1 IIS II IBS! a II I II Omaha World-Heral- d. teaching by example. It no longer be lieves that 'nil men are endowed with Makes the food more detictous and wholesome uie inalienable right of liberty." but seeks to fusion upon 11 people 10,(100 sovai auma Mwec CO., kew vouk. Cimiceof throe good miles away a government which thev .ili.u' rooms over Dougdo not want, and which they will flcht GOT IN WRONG. YOBS FASHIONS. las & Simmons' hard- against to the bitter end. It no longer w n ' store, Main St. denounces ths slave trade, but makes Philadelphia Record.l 41 Lovat mixture, beaver and felt cloth, treaties with a slave power and agrees !so very desirable A most embarrassing experienco was livery melton and rich red goods will PURITY OF TONE, to the continuance Of slavery under . residence, the American flag-- , throwing a sop to that of a certain West Philadelphia all be worn this nutum. v modern Momentarily, the nuerty by condescending to say that voung WotiiMn who, a fow evenings ago, coat lires. combined with great range slaves may purchase their freedom attended a reception in which-- number will prevail; but women do not take and power. are;some of the whenever they call put Up "the market of Well known clubwomen participated. kindly. to it, 'and it will not likely be GRIGGSBY & MDNCEY. It so strong points of the Cono-ve- r, price. It no longer sympathizes with were happened that among these three very enduring. several who had found the matriLong cloaks are appearing in great "oppressed people struggling for their Schubert, Kingsbuiy rights, but on the contrary is engaged monial Voko an unwelcome one for vari abundance, which, seems to indicate and Crescent Piano. in trying to wipe out by war a people ous reasons, atad had obtained legal coming popularity for them. The high girdled Josephine fashions who were oppressed bovonnd endur separation from their husbands. To Using an one of these ladies, quite unwittingly, are undoubtedly in for a good run ance and who are y this fighting for the right to govern themselves. having just been iutroduced.the young winter. of very sold construction Eleven years ago the Republican party Woman, who is nothingif not vivacious The unique combinations of lace and PROFESSIONAL ARDS. it is recommended to those congratulated Craiil upon the final and conversational, addressed the fur which appeared late last winter questiun: will obtain this. There is something who desire durability, us Abolition of the slave traffic; the -- By the way. Mrs. , don't you veiy fetching in such an ArreitsrsTs. uepubllcati party gives sanction bv association. well as a handsome up treaty to slavery under tho American think divorce is wrong7" The lady and each shows the other ofT to pearance und fine finish out hnironr NEW METHOD TREATThe Blade, it. VtfU-Cflag. Eleven years .ago the Republican reddening slightly, replied: "My dear, MENT will positively euro yo. It Toledo, Ohio. shows haw thousands have been saved by there are two sides to that question. A frothy double handful of white We have several styes. Some party hoped for the recovery of home Attobsky-at-Laour NEW TREATMENT. It provei I he questioner,emharraesed beyound how we can (IlIARANTEE TO CURE LANCASTER COURT. in Mahogony, Rosewood, rule in Ireland, but y that party is measure, stammered an excuse and tulle is first theatre bonnet of the sea Kbhtccky. ',. iViiso, ANY CURABLE CASK OR NO PAY. no ornament whatever exWo trent and enre EMISSIONS. etc. Prices range from withholding borne rule from the Fili- walked aw?y. To the first woman she son, withtwo long Me llnrnam Hulldlng, next door to VAitrrorKT.i:. syphilis. oi.EEr. febj-tcept the - .H ioii.il Hank. pinos and engaged in a bloody attempt bat pins to fasten it A big crowd and about 200 cattle were STRICTURE, IM POTENCY, $225.00 up. Easy pay- to impose upon met she confided her trouble, saying: on. which have large heads of DRAINS. UNNATURAL cut jet. at Lancaster court yesterday. Trade the Filipinos a form of "Oh, ments. KIDNEY and BLADDER dear, I have just made a most unA very pretty costume shown bv was not brisk because the buyers and diseases. government bimilar to that imposed ,1 HARDING & RIEHM. upon Ireland by England. Seven viars fortunate remark. You Know Mrs. Best A Co. for a little girl, is of striped sellers were far apart. Conrad Hialt CURES GUARANTEED 3 Well, I spoke to her about material, made with round ago tho Republican party boasted itself R .skirt orna sold a lot of cows at eight calves "Tlio Wages of Sin" pent free by divorce, and she's divorced, you know." mented with thtee ruches. Attorney a II. G. KENT, Agent, ncloring 2n stamp. CONSULTATION The first a champion of the "dignity of manhood, and yearling steers at $17. J. C. "So am I, my dear." was tho smiling is placed immediately round the bot- at T15 'HI!K. If nnablo In call, write for KENTUCKY. MONO, I.!. irrespective of faith, color or nationHays sold to Price Bros. 10 steer calves QUESTION BLANK for HOME RICHMOND, KY. reply, and once again the young wom tom, and the third is prettv TREATMENT. (HI, mwt Taylors Hardware tftow, Tp- ality," but close to at $17 and to J. Y. Robinson tour steer It sneers at the brown an wished that the floor would open the waiet, the other being midway be l ioiif-e- , on MamRrree't. r.mrt man of the Philippines and declares I"" 11. L. Hubble bought under her. She felt so bad that she tween them. The dress is gathered calves at $18 75; that he has no rights Which Americans of William Scott 00 yearling shorthorn Home II went to one of the ladies in charge ol round the waist, and has round yoke are bound to respect SeVen years ago for October delivery at 4Je. W 122 W. FOURTH STREET, UTOKMffl' AT LAW, the reception, and, taking her aside, outlined by a ruche and a bertha ruflle cattle the Republican party declared ira de- told her C. Terhune bought 55 mules at S15 to KUNTUOKY. iimH, the Whole story, asking her similarly finished Tho sleeves are 25 and J. T. Embry'.Oat little belter votion to liberty of speech and of the W. 13 FirstSt., uptftaira. 3130 advice as to what she should do. "Do also niched, and th y neck may be fin prices. Luther Underwood sold to T. .it denounces as 'trait nothing your dwellings, barns and all Other press. Insure ," was her reat all. Miss i property in the Blue Grass Insurance Compa- - ors" all men who freelv speak their ply, "I really don't think they have ished liy a high collar as a foundation C. Rankin a mule colt for $15 and Col. J t .x I). M. OIIENAULT, ny, or Lexington, Ky., ft . Dome institution. for fuelling, If desired. Gives protection against Fire. t.lsntHtmr And condemnation of imperialism, and has Patterson Underwood one to Dick GenATTORNEYS AT LAW, any horror of the subject bo long as it's Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable Established Oatmeal yellow is the new evening try, of Boyle, for $05. M. J. Farris a censorship that prevents innocently company for the people ot our county Y16W called up. I know 1 tint for Suede gloves. KltNTUCKY. operating in the Slate, and Retr cheaper 'ever American K' mm bought eight 14 to 15 hand mules at $50 fathers and mothers from year as long o you continue ift the company haven't, aud I, too, am a dovorcee." The theatre hat is perched rather foi to $05 S M. sold three mule colts for or "Second street, over Chen For further information "call rt 'tHei' get k nowing what their sons are fighting tii.r Whereat the conversational miss don ward on the head. and collector, S. R. B. BkACK, Aft6mey-at-La- 'MVry. an $G7.50. Ex. Kichmond, Ky , office "ra Man Btrccl, for. Cut The In Two. ned her hat, and fearing to say another Pied velvets and satin-face- d opposite Court H'otise, neVt door to State Bank cloths in The Republican party has changed & Trust Co., second'riodr. word went home. IOWA DEMOCRATS. LETCHER, W terwoven with velvet dots, have nn-since the days of Abraham Lincoln! iT.H.CARtfcR, Pres. peared. Our Reduction Shoe Sale has just Evelyn Cable. and John G. Blaine. mayftJly fi'OSWORTH. Sec'y. Workln? Night Ana Day '0. A&torney-ut-LaThe Democratic State Convention of opened. We are offering unmatched "They are simnlv Derfect." writ Th5 busiest and mightiest little thing Iowa, which met last week at Dcs bargains in Shoes for Men, Women KENTUCKY. t I THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SKIN. that every was made id Dr. King's Hew Robt. Moore, or La Fayette, Ind., of Moines.emphatically settled the question and Children. Never before were Shoes DeWitt'a Little Earlv Risers. th "fa with T. .1. Smith, Jr., mi Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coate- d FREIGHT mous little pills" for constinntinn mul as to what the Democracy of the State sold at such prices, and fPhlUdelphla Medical Journal. ton & Mitchell's. PREPAID. globule of health, that changes weak all liver ailments. Ncrcr gripe. Per will do next year at the .National ConBy almost constant overcovering, day ness into strength, listlessness into en ry & Thomas. For this ftyle vention. The convention was overnew hlh and night, for successive generations, ergy, hrnin-In- g 'X. into mental power. whelmingly for White, the free silver arm sewing ORCHARD AND GARDEN. toachincwitb Urn skin has, by degeneration, adapted They're wonderful in building up the candidate for Governor, over Sells, the attach-rsent- s Attorney-al-Laall to its reduced requirements. health. Only 25c per box. Spld by To bo had. We are making war- - itself gold standard candidate. The A'bite i iw lEiivi 1 1 ran Touted Flow shallow in your orchard. It rom birth to senile death we ore milch Perry & Thomas. room forour immense stock loears.sU 3 np of known free tilver machine 1.4 not Hfchond, Ky. of Boots nnd Shoes (or Fall M'.l" rh'y lluililiug, Don't plant fruit trees on poor land. ticket was made tsl ctory in jodayr overcovered. That a full and Vigorous men. and Winter. tnonev will be re BANYON TREE. A GOLDEN It will not do. skin is a disideratum, will cash funded. Send The Chicago platform was endorsed PHTSICIA-S- S. with, order. De- be generally cpneeded. The tendehcy Plant a few shrubs and ftntt trees in Its entirety and the organization of scriptive circulai Home and Famn about jour house. sent on applies is for ours to' degenerate to a tissue- the party placed in the hands of known tion. Wood ashes are good for a lawn, es Tho exquisite paper consistency. DUN (UBSOX, & GIBSON, There has appeared in Burmah a Democrats, thus insuring a Bryan 'dele WHAYNE M'K'O CO.. KY structure of the ekin at once indicates young banyon which has the look of pecially on sandy soil. LOU.&VIL4.K. ' BOO FOURTH AVE. gation next year to the National Con $4 CO Men's Shoes going at Y.HCUX AND SURGEON, $3 00 mch23-6its importance as one of the organs of being made of pure gold. The owner If selecting a fruit orchard spot, be vcntlon. The Populist Convention a 00 Men's Shoes going at 2 50 Kt' uM'iNo, Kentucky. the body. of the Lie Id Is a Karen, who lives near sure that it is located high. 3 00 Ladies' Shoes goingat 2 25 met aud indorsed the whole ticket. Plan your gardens so that you can A homely showing of that functional the spot, and has had many thousands 1 00 2 CO Ladies' Shoes going at "hceimihe. joe Cc.lini building, 18 and to power which can be developed In the of visitors to see his wonderful tree stir them with a cultivator. In Grayson county Dan McQrew was or cr While a old drugstore. 17- Dig up around your trees and mix shot and killed by George Clark as the skin is Indicated by the story of the uring the last few weeks. The field is f UA?. HOOKER, Indian. Being almost naked, and yet near the Kodok "pick-up- " station, be into the soil coal or wood ashes. outcome of an old grudgo. A large assortment of La t hV ml nv mill near VVaco, aWut lliree Heavy land should be well drained dies' Oxfords, just the kind hundred tbousatti teeter lumber apparently quite comfortable in incle tween the railway stations of Pyinbongyi KTERINARY SURGEON, which t Will svil at mill Or ftaded oh cars. For ment weather, he was asked why .ht5 and Poundaw, on the Sittang section of before an orchard is planted on it. every Lady wants. At lUftner particulars call ton braddress CwMtye. liriubmlt Ontario Veterinary did not seem to suffer and be made ill the Burmah railway, that is in the Scrape the bark lice from your fruit 3. M. UUWfilAPi. prices that will --Suit the ittly5-i- n Waco, Ky. by the exposure; he replied: "White Pyuntaza subdivision. The Burmese, trees nnd give tho trunks ajcoat of Come loorest pocket-booiry DrntMry and Sterility ft Specialty, mau's face no pain no sick. Indian all on seeing this marvelous tree, let loot-- whitewash. early and get your pick. iMk p tip stairs, over store recently accu-- . SEKD ONE DOLLAR KiUiiimn-- HarM Co , Bast Main St 111 a variety your soil; cultivate Mix brains face." Ity this excessive covering UkMCBTUlU aptf-l- y .,it. Ky. 'r J 833 paltm imgntc u.v. fubjeci (OIL AD VfOUD peripheral nerves are too intensely our there superstitious fancies popular of with judgmentwitlt to cxamtnauon. took muie, itj im of directions, harvest with care; and the most uimios n at jour freight pressed by caloric changes, our capil- which is to slty the appearance of the market with intelligence. C. JASL'ER, M. D depot and if loana peneo Do you grow yoUr fruit, render, or do too feebly and Incom tree will be followed by the formation lary blood-systeMedicine and Surgery, natUla-torIT pletely developed to battle most sui of two ponds near the spot where the yon buy it? If you buy it, we will ven li 1'ratlief liuiftliin;, Main Street SIm BAR. UA1X cefsfully with heat, dfseace, and train treo grows, which will lie called re-- ture to nay that you don't have much. It artificially digests the food and aids (the Cnrr pbec) ou eer 700 twateewoe rmw . or hp' ru matic impressions. Its muscular fat, lecUvely silver pond and golden pond, Plant sWeet corn in the garden for Nature in strengthening and reconrjf.prtT tne Kkstucky ru k.iit FUbstance are all aud who.-oevand connective-tissu- e shall drink of the Water family Use. Ave always plaut Stowell's structingIsthe exhausted digestive oritjEYT r gans. It the latest discovered digest-atoo dellcient and defective fur our of the latter will become invulnerable, evergreen. It is late but its yield and augZ-land tonic No other preparation RICHMOND, KY. W. EVAXS, XI D BIRD. greatest comfort and welfare. AH iis The owner oi the tree and his friends, quality are excellent. Western Plow Can approach it in efficiency. It inS3.00 tern tho II 00 stantly relieves and permanently cures niTK yun oru dig free I functional powers have been reduced who foresee the dectruction of their man. i DR. CALDWELL'S ient with or STOVE CATALuUUb, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, PlIVS WAN AND ?UKUEON, cnarrp Tills rtove Im f lze No. S. oTn It Yet seldom is heard a cry to develop property, all the pilgrims wishing to andlrrtKnt Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. "Beet on the market 18UxlSxlL.LonLi4jtt3. nuda from be nlir Iron. exlr. carry away a sprig, have intimated colds and all bronchialfor coughs and 6lckHcadache,Gastralgia)Cramps,and 'CURES CONSTIPATION. KkntiJuk' lanre. o,en shelf, eoe.r. h.ayoven .tdo6r.and Kimtet. flie Skin. Uttinm Hum. kv.vjr ,IM(JV), troubles; for hsndjonie hrary lanre that any person touching the tree will croup it has no equal," writes Henry an other resuiLsor impencctuigcstion. ana irtmminfrft. czirm nickel platra omuneulalloiu UlTe Ueep, penuln? SUMlUh kmtII I I.M rwninr, SOWN HOW Affords The sale of the Alexander herd of ex be afflicted in some dire way, and the R. Whitford, South Canaan, Conn., of Prepared by E. C. D Witt 4 Co.. Chicago. li. T.J. TAYLOR, Utive omaoivnted base. Ill cl Wir.r Mklt. and we fiirnlrh FKKL an extra wood mt. raaklnir It m per port cattle,, which is always an event clothes worn by those who scratch its One Minute Cough Cure. Perry & For sale by'Perry & Thomas. Splendid Winter Grazing !'rrti)unuT in Jitficiiif nnd Surgery, Thomas. eT.rv uTe and miaiantm nare dellvcrv to Tour rail- n stock circles in. Kentucky, occurred bark will ignite spontaneously, and the and Large Yields of Kbntucky road'.tatloo. Yanrlocnl dealvrwxuM ch&ive you IONII inr cuen a ftorr. me xreurnt is oniy imui iiam lor last week. There were five hundred wearer will have an attack of sickness CALL AT One str mge feature of this sea life of Grain. each Un mile. ,.sa.r.a at kau SIO.OO. A,llrsa. oSEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.(INCJCKICAC0, ILL head of One cattle in the herd this and burst a blood vessel. i itllco and residence on Second Street. the topics is the regular recurrence of (SMn, BMkaak h a. are UtrMcUr nllaala. Xalttr.l OUR FALL CATALOOtn; gives descriptions of ear and were sold to New York par nigratoty swarms of fish of very small apr5-6these and olher Seed Orain, also Clovers and DENTAL SUECERY. CraVfiMrn Fall. ties, for a private price. The cattle size that return in huge numbers, year Grasses. VeceUblc Seeds, Bulbs. Fertilizers, will be shipped in November to Lon Victims to stomach, Ilverand kidney after year with such absolute regular Etc Wtile far It and ptices of any Seeds.re-quiredon to b3 use J for Christmas beef. troubles as well as Women, and all feel iiy that the natives calculate on the SALOON PARLOR Thiais the largest sale of export cattle the results in loss of appetite, poisons event on a certain uay in each year laEJrnsT, made in Kentucky this year. Frank' in the mood, backache, nervousness, and even within an hour or two of the WHEN IN TOWN. aug31-l- w or Louisville, Kt. lin Favorite. n headache and tired, listless, day. One Mich swarm of fish forms it it Office nf.it door to Government Building, feeling. But there's no neeil to feel the occasion of an annual holiday aud BThiTia, Ky. (Jlllco hours- -9 to 1 U. 't7-llike ttat. Listen to J. W. Gardner, feast atSamoai The fish is not unlike Coolest and most refreshing Frankfort Railway. Idaville, Ind. liesays: "Electric Bit the whitebait for which the English 0 Wvc T?ootAc. of drinks that can be found JJf?-SMITH. In Effect December 8, 189S 1 ters are just the thing for a man when Thames has so long been celebrated. in the city are dispensed he is all run down, and don't care aud each year it arrives at Samoa on . DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. DENTIST. by and accommo-whether he lives or dies. It did more the same day in the month of October, Offlce, over Collins' Grocery, same office "We arc now offeringyou dating clerks. p.m. p. in a.m at- iy occupied ay nr. w. w. jiurgin. janiz-i- j 1m to give me new strength and good ap- remains for a day, or at the most two 7 20, 00 S 20 Genuine Saraiora Water Kspt oa Tap. 2 .V 7 09 Lre. Richmond ..Ar 11 42 6 15 20 per cent, or one-fi- f tli Winchester.. petite than anything I could take. 1 days, and then disappears entirely till 1 25 8 30 S Maysvjlle S'li) S 10 A 40 30 Paris can now eat anything and have a new the same day of the following year. oil on everything in our Dr. H. 17 10 28 Georgetown " 7 60 4 23 vy ny lease on life." Only 60 cents, at Perry 3 40 comes or whence no curious Lve 7 00 7 10 11 20 Ar. Frankfoit it very large stock of Wal Phone 3. Second St. & Thomas' Drug Store. Every bottle naturalist has yet discovered, nor has Aslc for tickets via Paris. Paper, from 5e per bolt N 5"3 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, guaranteed. RWmLONB, KT. 3 anybody traced its onward course J. K. NEWTON, G. P. A. M7t know w ,i j be at the Hotel Zimmer, Kichmond, Ky., on on up in price. . of nothing better to tear ths when it leaves the Samoan group, but FAMOUS SCULPTOR BROPS BEAD. lining of your threat and FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1899, the fact is unquestionable that sudden lungs. It is better than wet v, without notice, the still waters oi r tirning every second Wednesday o. each feet to cause bronchitis and r. nth Reference every physician ot BJch-- it G. Turina, a prominent sculptor. the lagoon which surround each island pneumonia. Only keep it febl6-lud Ky who has been employed come days" on within the fringing up long enough and you rtel become alive the Dewey triumphal arch now under with millions of fishes, passing through "will succeed in reducingyour On everything in our weight, losing your appetite, construction, died suddeutly at his them for a single day and night and bringing on a slow fever and homo August 27. Turina had been then disappearing for a year as though line. Get prices from exactly making everything modeling a statue of Paul Jones during they had never come Lippincott's right for the germs of conall the cities then j. sumption. the past week,and in order to complete . ours aud you will see Stop coughing and you Xj. lurner, uomnton. iMo.. was the statue had been working extreme will get well. SHORT LINE TO ours "will be the lowest, ly hard. He intended to continue his cured of piles by DeWiit's W itch Hazel aiier labors y and rose early. He stag oaive trying suiienng seventeen years over twenty remedies. ami -gered across the room and fell, and in Physicians aud surgeons endorse it. Be grades. Wo handle nothing but tho best a tow minutes was dead. Turina was waieof dangerous counterfeits. Perry " Best Line to ' We make to order ail kinds 60 years old.was born in Verona, Italy, a riiomas. of Taints in any t;olor. We make to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, and studied sculpture In Milan and MISS JANE SMITH BLACKS SHOES. order all kinds of Window Shades, Rome. MEXICO vJWe make to order all kinds of lit 1866 he was a volunteer in Gari On her way from Chicago to New AND CALIFORNIA. Picture Frames, Wall Paper, Paiuts baldi's army and came to New-Yorin York in an effort to win a wager .of $1,Louls-1- 1 Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Glass, etc Oils, Varnish, Brushes, lie every Thursday night and runs through 1867. Among his principal works are 000, a pietty young woumu, giving the to San Francisco. Stock the largest and prices al a bust of Leo XII. now iu the Vatican name of Jane dmith and her age as 18 Ask vour ticket agent for pirtlcutsrs or vrrite o R H Fowler. Traveling Iusenger Agent, ways the lowest. nt Rome: a statua of Garibaldi, in years, reached Binghampton, N Y. nisvuie, tty. ... r .r . ... r. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to vtasmngiou square, tins city; an She was to start without money and Memphis and New Orleans. 6H0. of Gen. Bolivar, in work her way half across tho continent equestrian statue cures coughs of every kind. i A. II. HANSON. WM. A. KELL0ND. rslin-fifiiVs An oruinary cough disapvi-- -i Central Park, and a statue of Mazzaui by blackiug shoes. On reaching this P. A Chicago. A. Q. P. 1V1 IliWI 1. JlVUUllUl l IU111 pears in a single night The Exchange. city she at once visited the various STREET. 239 IT. of bronchitis racking coughs stores and offices, offering to shine the are soon completely masDeWitt's Little Early Risers norma, RICHMOND. KY tered. And, if not too far nently cure chronic constipation, bil gentlemen's shoes. The price was 25 linq-oalong, the coughs of conlousness. nervousness and worn out cents, and Miss Smith quickly earned are completely sumption, feeling; cleanse and reeulate tlte entire $8. She has 25 days more in which to cured. system. Small, pleasant, never gripe or complete her tour. Ask your druggist for one sicken ''famous little pills." Perry & of Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. Thomas. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scientific compound haying tho ondorsemem Dr. Ayer's WEST BOUND. A MORTAL TOWN. Ever put in one house iu eminent physicians and the medical Lexington Accom .. 0 55 am lit. Sterling and for Louisville press. It "digests what you eat" and Kentucky. Also ftmmjmition 7 SO am Cherry Pectoral Eastern Express S 00 pra 3b Morehend imd Lexington Accom Winchester is the mortal town in p stively cures dyspepsia. M. A. of all kinds .. 4 60 pm New York Limited . F. V Bloomingdale, Teuu.,say6 it cured Kentucky. We have iolitics to burn ot indigestion ol ten years stand EAST BOUND. and of every shade, but tho weather htm x'erry & l nomas. tug. . 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom It will aid the action of the . 11 58 am has been too hot for violent demonstra New York Limited Y. V. V. pm Cherry Pectoral. ' Leaington and Mt. Sterling Accom. .. 6 30 A prominent aud influential llepubli tlons. The polico court room has been a a pm . Washington Express any rnmjitilnt hl If yon as quiet as a vault for the last week or cau of this city concedes the election of Acoommndallon trains run dally except BUn The Optic Specialist, nil vita vnn ran iKWMlilT obtain. .l.v. Otbr trains run dailv. two. If City Attorney Harop Bush had Senator Goebel by twenty thousand nrlio n freel: Ton winrcctivt a ThroucU sleeping and djnlng cor service to WILL RBTUrtN pniurtrovlr that iitsrbs of grist to live on his income from this Source majority. He says that Goebel Jias not 10mm ttiti- - Vnrlr. Maw RicnVioN, Kv. , valtlA In TI.U. AfMies4. TO RICHMOND For JnformatU.n, rates or steeper reservations VK. f. C. AYES, Luwell. iUu. ho would sfarvo to death, while the only been prosecuted, but ia.now being Ji- - Jtuuw. Ageniiuai.ity. r on or t rile call Thursday, September 7tli, 'iticamosu, t.y, policemen nru getting; fat for want of peiVccuttxI. and he is strongly inclined WUtt n&g 4iT or(5EOnCT3W.UABNBY to be for hiln. Kentuckiau-Citiseexercise, WiuchosteriSun. FOR TWO DAYS 0NLV. 4; O.By., Lexlagtou.Ky- . D N-Cut-roo- iFdt Rent! party' Is engaged in an nttempt to "Impose npon another country by force our form of govern ment, and it no longer advocates TI10 Republican ROYAL a Baking Powder PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN YEA It. s u knm to-da- to-d- ay The Toledo Weekly Blade has an enormous circulation at all iini'-Th year of tho presidential campaign howA Book for Young and Old. ever, it is regularly read by near two million people. Nut only Republicans, but people of all classes, in every secRECORD NERVOUS tion of tho United States read it for political information. For thirty years Esti 1878 BLOOD it has been a regular visitor in over) 250,000 SKIN & part cf the Union and is well known in DISEASED almost every one of tho 70,000 postof-I- I .PRIVATE pes in the country. It is edited with MEM DISEASES reference to a national circulation and CURED people of all politics take it because of its honesty and fairness in the discussion oi all public questions. It is the CURED favorite family paper, with something for every member of the household. YOUNG MAN SsS Serial stories, oetry, wit and humor; 7M ween unorant of tho tcrribto crime yon committing. Did you only consider yi wrrofaseinatin tho household department (best school Ihn allurements ot this evil lessons), the farmstead, the question J habit? When too late to avoid tho ta 'A riblo remits, were your eyes opened to bateau, (which answers questions to trtJ your penir Did you later on in man-Nhood contract any PRIVATE or BLOOD subscribers), the news of the week in uirrai ii cm uu curcu i xoyoun&vr Sj and then seo soma alarming ryaptomsT complete form, and other special fea Dare- - you marry in yonr prwent con-- 3 tures. Specimen copies gladly sent on ditinn? You xnoir. "LIKE FATHER. A LIKE SON." 1 f married, ftro vnn con. application, and if you will send us a stantly livinc in dread? is marriage a failure nitl,ynu an account of any weaklist of mldre8ses,we mail a copy to each. ness caused bj early abtuo or later exOnly $1 a year. If you wish to raise a cesses? Ilaie you been drugged with merenry ? This booklet will point out to club; write for terms. Address you tba result of thco crimes and point WAGES 6F Sil 17 Jee-erf- REPAIRINQ AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. ijlli 1 GrpWdaw All Work Guaranteed. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. 250,000 fer . Never before have such goods been displayed in llichmond as can be found at my place of business. to-da- ' i y 2c, . to-da- y in;;, Patrols Iiirace. $ Kennedy Kergan $ vis ' ttu" .nil 5isiisiilir 1 1 To-da- ,!, Ma? hi sib. -- I Price Bedroom Suites, Dressers, Rockers, und in fact everything to be found in ;i First-Clas- s Furniture House. These are rare because of style exceptional because of PRICE. t. C. Lowry, m The Best of Shoes ... Think of These: Lumber For Sale! MuXM Kodol You have horse sense. Then don't be a donkey and go pay out $60 or $70 for a machine when you can buy one for half that price. You can get a machine like the above cut, with which we will give guarantee, for k. Dyspepsia Digests what you eat. Rich Cure Poor Goods ft Prices. nt 25, rvS-- i aw& $11. These machines will be sold for cash or monthly payments. Anything to please our customers. cr Freeman Bros., y m Come vu see ttvem. MOBERLEY RICHMOND, KY. ... kYRUP PEPSI d hand-wtn- Winter.... j -j- Wl 220-22- 2 W. Main Street, 1 ALIVE J)MJIi up-to-da- te DAY PHONE 23. NIGHT PHONE 23, d. $ STliSBS.SI1?: I run-dow- A Treatment That Cures No Cancer. : 12-- ffiD kmti Louis Landman feep Plaster, No Paste, No Catting, No Suffering, No, Detention .. l ..Sri' afif rrom Business, no uanger, uo tanures, ana noayi Unless Cared. Mid Summer y. Prices iL L- ::m miL! New Orleans- mm ninvo The Surgeon's knife mid burning plasters ami the horrible crude methods heretofore employed iu an attempt to cure cancer has beon forever displaced iy the advent of Dr. Register's New Serum and Antesetitic fluid treatment. This discovery works a new era in medical science and sufferers from Cancor, Lucius, Ulcers, Tumors. Goitre and Fistula can certainly be cured without tho horrible torture attending the quack and ignorant methods in vogue for a century. Over lifty woll defined cases without a failure is the evidence t prove the merit of this important medical discovery. This new treatment is tho result of a thorough scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on the must n'gid Fcien-tifi- c principles. Dr. Uesrister holds gold raednls from leading medical colleges for proficiency in diseases of women, and for tho past ten years has confined his practice to female sufferers His discoveries of recent date for the cure of malignant diseases FEMALE DISEASES. ' Ayer's Cherry pectoral to-da- Is worth more per bushel .g acre when put in with a is dud to the great increase of cancer of the womb and lemalo hreiift. A well equipped sanitarium is employed by him at 100 Court street, where his enliro time is devoted to female suiferers and malignant diseases. Ifmireriug from any disease peculiar to women or any manner of malignant growth or sure, write a full and concise statement of your case and get an honest expert opiniun free. Cures can be made at home. Address, 106 - Wheat Drill l Kentucky Court Street, Memphis, Tenn. SEND US OWE !i JJjrds and squirrels are lion before and we have, the f the finest .j . H$ Shot Guns4fp d. Ke-tro- Plaster. Y fc.-- Dr. Goldstein, t- I i, mrai i. cdwi Street, hllkbli. Ml uo. I. .11. SI.OO,u4...Ulm4r..UlaMIT MrourzD acsk cku rikunt oaex, kjirrtfiic o. a.,..tjml It jour ntarest IreiKnt Unit 1 .iiul.nu. ndoa ctn exuaUia reprewateJ, equal to on,-.- uriau n.l If tm It exattlr a yon ercr retail t T5.oe t l I UO.OO. the rreatnt rslae more money, and (ar totter Uunorg-usdTniMbrothers t rT taerreltcbt atet ear eeeiu w an j eser pnect 941.. 9, iM.th.ti.oo.nr fsa.it. aiulfrelffBteii.!vea. Less than S31.75 IS OUn SPECIAL 90 BAYS'-PRICtrit. krr- en- by ikcnv farta mm tTcr vtu never brre. THE ACME OUEEN Uon.ot tb.MubiaiBUiunoTiintST which, IiutltbitnmltmiaKi. From tbe UlmtraUon shown, .of lu tan fonutomeldf H enrared direct f romapaotoprsphjo" mwcu De&uumi appe.rmnc. xnv irwetilque Anla, hndsomeIr decora tea ana ornaraenux:, aaL. aa s Inches i.i..nitu3.(.ia. ths iraz orsca 1. a fact poaiuU. hlzh. li tnrhoa lone. U Inches tilde end welffhi 35a rru;u,Ouar.lD. . oetHTe., 11 stop., as follows, DkU.. BI1I, C.lraU, rren., Bu. C.lr. Trctla Ciplrr, t4i.u. r.rt u4 lu Uww. a Ct.tr Cntlm, IT...3..II. ICrawtFrtu S.tll. t 8.U OrekMbrfJ Tt4 r.rn,UtTHp(iilllj KArtU, t Sti.tSI rinSmt S.U41. Rtwb, 1 St tl II CtumlM lj DrtlllltU Clme ZeU, 1 S .f 1l, 1 S.I.TSI riaaal.' 51 Utk S.lkJ. SaIS IMtraue fuiiiiuri:fiiaj Cr d iw ti: acme qirF.Ea tlx- - rr.nalatof tneccl.l.n-lba.ninent.( iltted with Ukm- uaed In the htghent (rru-lmM u.l.r ..a t.t nutiu, nrw on wwtniw. ICere. etc bellows ol tbe beet rubber cloth,Tut: Siellu.aiUMIcaad Duett Itmlher In .aires- with a 1WH beteltd At'Mi: QUttLN Is fjrni-ho- d nix. lTnincH mlrrnr. Dit.l dated Dedal IrimM. w. tarmiA rr. . kia4. bji'1 very modern I mrniTcrneut. w. citm rtwl U. ImU Mfa. taatnettae too. p.UUkea, w itn OUAhAMTEEa 25 YEAP.S. ottt.1every acsk usuis we laiuf e .ntteo blDaiair svrear riarenice, by the Hyivhi! lernir xuA eDiiltiotil f vblcb If ftUT imrS wn ua U o muntU ant wf rraair It frr orrliwrxo. Tit w win mowrrottrjii-jne- y lryon are a,tUnM. &uo ui IhrM on-n- n will be noil bt !1.?a. DOLLAR uua.. a. WvS,t''wi "0- OUKHSUAfliLITYK ETj8i!SHn "xou yonr n wtite jLvtvtwU witfi a uuuki: . Vri tfUk&fto, fcntt em pi", ami ruutl4l - ' I A-- n. W W W W yt nrlr s,tM pl in oir own tulMlrac. AUirWL (IJ.-Fulton- W afcU. A r . Initmmrt OCBUOK'A ctlcnt i i C. . . iHvtvn. SmWJ. tt Ct r tier Dciclainei and Wot.'ran Sta.. Cltiuiiu II The Richmond Climax. J. C. CHENAULT. A. I). MIMiEIl C. K. WOODS. . Cill For Cit Democratic Primary Electlin. Proprietor. Business Manager. Editor. . WEDNESDAY, SEl'T. 0, PUULISIIKUIVKUV WKDNIC8UAT BY At a nieetinc of the Democratic Committee ot Richmond. Ky., held on the 2d day. of September, 1899, fin motion the followinc resola- lions were adopted: 1st, It is ordered that a Democratic Primary Election be held at the various votingpreclncti in Richmond. Ky., on the 11th day of October, 1899, to select Candidates for the November election. 1893. for Counrilmen and Chief of Police, and the polls shall be open from 7 o'clock, a m. to 4 o'clock, p. m.. In Richmond, Ky, on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid The Climax Printing Co. JMUC15 1'KIl YKAIl, $1.50. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. HON. WII.I.LA.M UOE1JKL, 01' K HSJTO.V COUNTY. l'Olt ROVKKNtllt, ion I.IHUTKNANT OOVKltNOIt, J. C. V. ltKCKAM, OH jtaLSOK COUNTY. H11NKUAI,, Villi ATTOUNKY J. J. OF ItRICIKRIDGK, 1H) I'M OUNTY. Foil AUDITOR, GUS COUI.TKK, Ol'GKAVHS COUNTY. is. V. 1IAGEU. OK l!OYD COUNTY. purpose. 2d. That for the purpose ot defraying the expenses of conducting said primary election, the candidates who propose to submit their names, shall, on or before the tlth day of October, 1899. pay to the Chairman of this committee the following sums. Each candidate for Councilman $2 00, and Chief of Police $5.00. 3d That said primary election shall be conducted by officers to be hereafter selected by this committee. 4th That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election. Fth. It is ordered I hat all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats, and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now nnder age of twenty-on- e years, who will attain their majority on or before the day of the next general election, in November, 1899, and who declare their purpose and intention to affiliate with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote in said primary election. 6th. That the chairman of this committee give public notice ot this election by posting a this order at each of three voting places in Richmond, Ky., and shall publish acopyot this order in every issue of the Richmond Climax and Kentucky Register from date ot adoption to time of said primary election. DUDLEY TRIRBLE, Chairman. R. A. BAXTER, Secretary. FOIt TltHASltltKK, A the soldier's Home, at Leavenworth, Kansas, attempted to lynch a negro last week. They "did not succeed, because tlio negro got away from tlicni. g press Now lbt the rapid jump on the old soldiers and on Kan sas. Wji J. Stone, of Missouri, a Madison county boy, will speak at the court house in Richmond on Tuesday nest, September 12. Let everybody turn out to hear this splendid product of the county of Madison, who is one of the foremost men in the Nation to-da- number of solders in CAI.EIJ ISlUiCKINHlDK HILL, OF OIjAKK COUNTY. FOK COMM4SSIONHK OF ACIKIOUIjTUKE KOll SHOHBTAKY OF STATE. OF JEKFEKSON COUNTY. I.N. N ALU l'OK SUF'T. OF VUIILIO INSTUOTION, OF laVIXRTOX COUNTY. DIST. FOK KAILllO.il COMMISSION KK. COL A- - W. HAMILTON. OK MT. KTKKLINU. II. V. McCHESNEY, oI. FOK KKI'KKRKNTATIVE, dnye ago from a trip through Western MADISON' COUNTY. Kentucky. He says there is very little d'usllectioiijthere and that three coun ANNOUNCEMENT ties in the First district wi.ll give a bigFOB COUNTY JUDCK. ger Democratic majority than the whole We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN O. CIIHNAUI.T a candidate for County distrist did at at the last election. Judge, subject to tlic action of the Democratic Winchester Democrat. party. ron couxty We are authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUHH DOTY for Count Clerk.sucject to the action of me Democratic Wo are authorized to announce C. M. RAY- UUltN a candidate for County Clerk, subject HON. W. W. CO.MHS, Judge Breck Hill returned a few clerk. Col Demaree spoke for the Prohi hition ticket to a good crowd here Monday. The Colonel failed to con We are authorized to announce D- - R. TEVIS a candidate for Comity Clerk -- subject to the action or the Democratic parly. Wo are authorized to announce M. M. MILLER a candidate tor County Clerk, sub political ject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR HlIl'.niFF. ceal his special antipathy for Goebel which neutralized his strong points for prohibition, as Democrats will not be deluded into wasting- ammunition that might be employed in exterminating a - foe second in importance to the liquor trailic We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAOKItK a candidate for Sheriff of MadiMm county subject to tiie action of the Democratic parly. sneriu, subject tonic action oi me Democratic puny. We are acthorized to announce MARTIN O ENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic iwny. to announce P. B. BROAD-DU- S Weare a candidate for Sheriff of Mmdison county, subject to the actltn of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce JOHN W 11AI.I.AHI). of White, Station, a candidate for Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to t'-- action of the Demo cratic party. W are authorized to announce JAS. L ItAKKIt a caiididate for Assessor of Madison onuHly Miliject to the action of the Demo cralic rty. We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOI.ANI) acandiclatc fur Assessor of Madison county, subject to t tie action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce O. W, DEATH KRAdE a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, oi ine tiiautjjiihtnct, ncaniiKiiie lor Assessor, subject to tlBJ action of the Democratic party. e The Richmond Paragraph's editoral and news col urns do not agree with each other on a very important question, the Goebel Election Law. In the former it continually inveighs against the wick"-e- d instrument,which it believes breeds all the political ills, but when put to practical te6t openly pronounces it above reproach. Listen to this: "It has been asked if there will beany change in this county. Of course it is (iiuicuit to tell, hut tliere is not anv particular reason why there should be. Tiie present commissioners aw fair and impartial and certainly our people are not demanding their removal Any cjiange made at this stage of the gnmb won!d cause wide indignation among the friends of the gentlemen now serving on the board. We arc satisficnvith the present board of commissioners and are willing to abide by any count they mav make. With them at the counting desk, Madison county voters irrespective of party, will get"a fair deal." No comments aro needed ! Genekai, Taylor in his opening campaign spoeeh at London said: "away with the tarilT, away with the money question! There is one ifsue paramount to all and that is Goebel-is- FUU JAILKU. are aullioritwl to announce JAMES C. L.IVKKY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic pariy. Wo are authorized to announce PETER O. VARR1SH .1 candidate for Jailer of Madison county, stilect to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized hi announce JACK ROSS acaudidate for Jailer of Madison county, for one term only, sukject to me action oi me Dcmoararic party. FOU m " CUIUF OF FOLICB. cratic party. We aro authorize.1 to announce J. II. ALL- MAN a candidate for Chief of Police, subject to mo action oi me Democratic party. Wc arc authorized to announce J. D. FEENY a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNCILMAN. 1IKRRY for Chief of Police lor the City of Kiciimomi. subject to m action ot the Demo Weare authorized to announce EVERETT J Hon. James B. McCreary spoko at tho court house on Monday to a full house, despite the intense heat. He ably defended the nominees of tile' Hi Louisville convention, and showed that tho defeat of Goebel by a division of the party will result in tho election of Lexington, Ky. another Republican administration and tho deleat of Bryan in Kentucky tip 1900, exactly duplicating the history of 1895-9(Sir. McCreary spoko for nearly two hours and received the best attention and his many strong points were loudly applauded. The Governor was in fine spirits and rewarded his hearers with a powerful address, detil! Frames. void of abuse for those who differed from liiiu but no less earnest and eloSee liie Prices, quent in behalf of the regular party nominees. Mr. Kelne, of Maysville, wasalso to have spoken, but was unavoidably detained. His absenco was We tell you lo expect extra regretted but our own distinguished ordinary values, and know fellowcitizen amply compensated for you will not be disap the disappointment caused by Mr. Kclioe's absence. pointed. Mr. McCreary reviewed the true inThis Picture and Frame sale, side history of the Ixiuisville conven coming now when there tion in which he was a prominent actor. explained the points which so are so many demands for much controversy has abont stirred up been wedding presents, is by disappointed candidates and kept the most ira: alive by influences inimical to Demo cratic supremacy. He eulogized the portant of the season. ticket and of Mr. Goebel said: "He has been worse villilied and misrepresented than any candidate who ever offered for place in Kentucky. Aud yet ids private and public life aie blame less, the only reason for these mendac ious charges being Goebel'a presistent. You will find all the El- and consistent fight fur the interests of the masses against the encroachments egance, Beauty and indefinable of combined wealth and cotporate power." Thetimehasnotyet exquisiteness so dear come for Kentucky to have a Governor to the hearts of both wearing the collar of corporations, But we must have one, able, coura giver and recipient. and patriotic. Such a man is greatest line ob geous, Goebel." is the Wm. tainable in America. Loud applause followed the remark that "the man who fails to vote for Goo bel and tho ticket stabs tho Democratic party." This aud many other strong points in the Governor's speech drew Tell part of the story. forth generous applause. He scored Our Art Room the rest. the Book Trust, and upheld theMc- You are welcome to both. Chord Bill. lie exhibited two common school histories, identical in ail parti culars, one of which sells for Co cents in Indiana tho other for fl in Kentucky. He showed how this difference in the cost of school books cost the people of this good State $182,000 annually. Ho paid his rcsjiects fo Brown and the Dispatch, declaring the former was a MAIN AND BROADWAY, bolter iu ISOO,, and that the Dispatch Lexington, Ky. had but one ledecming featuie.iU mis- tit motto, "The cause id grudcr tlma ipti ir We are authorized to announce CHARLES CO 119. oilr leading tailor, a candidate for ixmnciiinan in me court House 1'rccliia, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce DR. V. II 1I011SON a candidate for Councilman from the Court House precinct, subject to the action oi ine Democratic party. Wo don't blnmo the General for such remarks. God knows if there are two questions that a Republican candidate wants to waive or run from they are the TarilTand money issue. As to the third, if it be true, as has been charged that General Taylor has announced that he will not meet Mr. Goebel on the stump for a fair discussion of the issue it puts the Republican candidate in the light of dodger of the very issue he would make prominent. Come out in the open. General. Don't run over the Btato in a grandstand play. If your position will not stand the the searchlight of open discussion you will find that the people will neither respect your position or your ability. Witfcliester Sun, CFiBrowet&Co k m mm, kk Originalit', It Our Windows CiF.Broweri.Co '! The store house now occupied by Key, Xat.'liuDerE win noEoereturnea iMnML. . lV'Todd on Main street, will , is .t ( '- . '. ..An MaKS mf miuiem, oe renteu r .T" the fsirnment? oftRQV.JI: nosserelongiveiii July 1st. J. E. mySI-tf- . Turner GbeeniiEAp. Assignee. e Lille spurns or duo oiooa uirwny "5? Turner tothiShu'rcliJ" in ihe system should be quenched tvtth may be a good pastor, but we are cerHood's Sarsaparitta, America's great blood tain of the high character ot Mr. Hupurifier. It purifies, vitalizes and eixriclxes bert as a ministor and as a man, and the blood of both sexes and all ages. Cures his lemovnl from Richmond over the protestjf a dozen sets of petitioners js 1 hare thirty acres of standing corn for sale. .scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh. something past The comprehension of Purchaser can feed same on farm For further nu ordinary sinner. He is the best particulars call on or address, G. VT. DEATHEItAQE', behind the aug2J-3preacher Bed House, Kf. pulpiU,ot.tboi,Metlipdist..churcl),. and lias done more to popularize and build up his charge than any predecessorv Francisco, of which.Mr..H, I. McGnire, ins hock .is uovcieuiOfUiut aiiu our of 43(5 Vino street. CincinnatL is trav- citizens, are equally attacKed,to"thcT geneling passoner agent,-ana iu.ost.ac tles cultured, scholarly, man. His use complished official, too". fulness to"the community' Las been un-- . As agent and attorney in fact for the .heirs told and to tako him. away now' Is a at law of Terry Q. Perkins, dee'd., I will, on Had a Brown Toolh Pulled. calamity to his church and a distiuct A well known farmer, who has been- ScpUmcer IS, loss to the community. In making nmt is yet ciasseu witn tne Jirown this announcement wo feel wo are but Bolters, remarked to us on Monday Jefbly expressing the feelings"of 09 of beginning at 10 o'clock, a. ni., sell on the premho stepped' from a 'dentist's l)fHcof every 100 persons In the city. ises at public auction, to the highest bidder, crat. the following tracts of land belonging to said "well, ! have just had a Brown tooth decedent: POLITICAL POT PIE. 1st. The tract on the waters of Stony Branch pulled out." "Good." said we, '"havo Appointed Major General of Confederate acres, beofTatcs Creek, containing 89 the balance pulled and come back to ing part of the. farm where said Perkins formVeterans. erly resided and adjacent to lands of Mrs. STANFORD JOURNAL. the party of your own heart." With Baldwin, Mrs. Dr. J. M. Poyntz, this city, has been Perkins, dower, and of Ednow occupied by Yfinng and Beckey Kelly nd an assuring glnnco that meant more Here's a pointer. The manufacturer appointed Major General of Kentucky J. II. Jones, than words, he passed on. That man Division United Confederate Veterans, 2d. The tract on Tanner's branch being the of tho large Goebel and Taylor buttons Southernmost portion of Terry O. Perkins, will not vote for Taylor through John that retail for 15c, says that he has sold containing the highest State rank obtainable in dee'd., of Elbridge 92 acres, adjacent to and Harvey, I. Perkins lands Young Brown because, he has learned the 10,000 with Goebcl's picture and only tiie order. Heretofore Dr. Poynlz was others and having outlets to the county road. 3,000 with Taylor'B and that ho can that Wm. Goebel represents ovory soli a Brigadier General, reiorting to Major nut excluding irora mis oounaary o acres oi woodland allotted to the widow as part of her tary principle for which he has talked scarcely supply the demand for the General Boyd, of Lexington, who hns dower and thereby reducing the tract to be to with reservation former. end worked and voted for the last retired. The promotion is a deserved soldthe 81 acrestoand timbered land. ot road widow her for 30 years. Como back, old friend lo tho waters ot 3d. The Tlioso who support tho Louisville one for Dr. I'ovntz has labored ceas- - river on the tract on the the county Kentucky road opsouth side ot party, aud help us defeat the common Icssly dwelling of Terry G. Perkins, dee'd., for tho order, and deserves the posite the89 ticket are Democrats. The littio band containg acres; bounded on the north enemy. of purifieationists monkeying as a ticket best at its hands. The latter follows: by the widow's dower, on the west by Woodson Masters' land, on the eat and south by Terry Dr Hobson Wants to be Councilman. New Ouleaxs, La., Aug. 31, '99. and nominated by L. & N. employes Q. Parkins, Jr., and this land, with good Major General J. J. Poynlz, Comdg. Ay. orchard on same, now occupied by Eliza Perand broken down politicians should be Dr. V. H. Hobson announces his kins. known by its real and true name "The Dir. V. C. V.V, Richmond, Ky : These lands are fertile, well watered, convencandidacy for Councilman from the.. near ient to churches, postofilce, " Taylor Aid Society Mv Dear Geseiial: I enclose you the railroad. They have on schools and comCourt HouSo precinct, there being two them good, outhouses, fortable to be elected from each of general orders No. 215 appointing you respects dwellings,for homes. and are in all members Theodore Hnllman says there ought desirable d r Major General of the Kentucky Divis' of price payable" January TERMS the three precincts. to be more speakers on the stump for 1, IPX), when iossession will be given and As to Dr. Hobson's qualifications, we ion, and trust you will accept same. in 12 months from the deeds made; the L. & N. ticket, forgetting that all in months from Iu tho appointment of your Staff you day of sale and Notes with18 good security can speak with confidence. No citi who will vote that ticket or the Repub the day of sale. aro entitled to an Adjutant General required of buyers with interest on deferred zen of Richmond would make a more lican, arc already raging round hunt payments from January 1, 1900, and lien reexemplary official. He is a property and Chief of Staff with the rank of served. ing for audiences to address. Colonel; an Inspector General, Chief Title to the lands Indisputable. owner and progressive in Caleb Powers, Republican nominee his ideas, thoroughly iu favor of re- Quartermaster, ' Chief Commissary, WM. L. CRDTCHER, for secretary of State, will speak 48 Journal. forms, and able to sit in the Council of Ciiief Surgeon, Chief of Artillery, Att'y. In fact for Perkins' Heirs. during the canvass, which seems times Mr. Sidney V. Rowland and son, Ed the city with credit to himself and his Chief of Ordinance, all with tho rank Burnam & Mobcriey, Att'js. " Thos. Fcrrill, Auct. toJe considerable over time for a short S., of Danville, aro at the Erabry constituents. He lived in Louisville of Lieutenant Colonol. The' Adjutant angZMw liorso. House (the James Bennett residence for nine years and knows municipal General cau have as many assistants as John D. White 6ays that under no near the Government Building.) In government by heart. Among his no ho requires with the rank of Licuteu circumstances would he vote for Tay- this houso Mr. Rowland was married inerous accomplishments ho is a civil ant Colonel, and the other heads of de lor for governor because ho is a poli- on February 22, 1853, and prior to his engineor with U. S. Engineer's Li partments as ninny assistants as they tician not entitled to support. He also wife s recent death he had planned to cense, aud as such could aud would require with tho rank of Major. You are entitled to as many Aides de said that the Brown ticket would not have their golden anniversary celebra guard the city's interests in seeing that get ever 500 votes in the entire State, ted there. But man proposeth and all contracts for construction of streets, Camp as you desire, with one or more and that it was the weakest of political God disposeth, and the silver cord is sewers, etc., were faithfully executed in each county if you wish with the loosed, tho golden bowl is broken, and We would regard his election as a dis- rank of Major. Commissions will be the dream of a happy reunion hero is tinct promotion to tho good govern issued to all of those whose names are IIUNTSVII,LE, MO , HERALD. changed to a trustful hopo of a meeting ment of Richmond. sent by you to these headquarters. John Young Brown, of Kentucky with his loved one beyond the stars. You havo my best- - wishes, and 1 A Familiar Figure Gone. lias been a prominent and conspicuous trust that you will have a prosperous One of the most delightful midsum figures in the political history of his It is with feelings of extrcmo regret and pleasant time commanding your mer social events was Miss Curraleen State, but just now lie is the smallest Smith's that we. are compelled to chronicle the division. Remember me kindly to entertainment Thursday night blade in tho Blue Grass State. Like iu honor of her handsome visitors Mis death of our voncrable friend and fel your daughter, and with kindest re tho old darkey's catfish, "he's all low citizens, Squire Wm. Williams, of gards. Your Inond and comrade, ses Buckwalter, of Winchester. About EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY 6WUllk up." Geo. Moormax, twenty couples were present and a de Red House, a man known to all our Kentucky Democrats would do well lightful Evening was passed. Miss older citizens aud a figure familiar to Adjutant General and Chief of Staff. The man is who has a good, sound, re liable carriage nnuer him. He enn to study these remarks, made by Smith is one of our most attractivet re- - most every ouo in tho county. His rest secure iu the thorn-li- t that when death followed a brief but painful ill beBlackburn recently: "I llow's This? he has one of our well made, reliable fined,edncated and lovable young ladies, ness which arousod widespread apprelieve that, if Kentucky goes Republican and as a hostess exhibits those rare We offer One Hundred Dollars Re phrctons, carriages, runabouts, whalethis yoar, none of us will live long traits of gentle unastentations hospitality hension as so its result. Deceased ward for any case of Catarrh that can bone speeders, or road carts, that come what may on the rnatt, his wagon never enough to see it return to tho Demo- that made her lamented father famous leaves threo living children, Mrs. Sam not Do cured by Hall Uatarrli (Jure. will give way. We have one of the F. J. Cheney &Co..Props.,ToIedo,0. Shearer, of Shearer, Ky , Taylor Will cratic columns." The only chance the in this community, to which is added finest stocks of road wagons, We, tho undersigned, have known F, ways and rubbertired bun;ies in rocka- iams, of McLean county, 111 , and W, Republicans have iu the State lies in the christian graces of her devoted Rich J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be jotin DONcLSuri, Prop'r., A. Williams, of this county. One broth lieve him perfectly honorablo in all mond, the division of the Democratic vote. mother. Kentucky Carriage Works er and three sisters survive, Mrs. business transactions and financially Naomi Hazelwood, Mrs. Amanda Will-mor- able to carry out any obligations made Mrs. John Reid, and Daniel uy their linn "West & Truax, Wholesale Druedsts. Williams. Seventeen grandchildicn Toledo, O., Waldiug, Kitinnm & Mar- Rev. T. Q. Maitin, of Brookstown, is of Rev. James Bailey, of this city, will and eleven very ill with flux. bless vn, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. begin a protracted meeting at the Mt. internal J. B. Franks, of Burksvillu, Ky., was Pleasant Christian church next Sun- the memory of their respected .ances ly,Hall's Catarrh Curo is takenblood and acting directly upon the tor. in tiie city last week. day. Services will bo.held both mornraucous surfaces of system. Priie In pursuance of an order of the MadiMr. Wiliams was born November S, Too per bottle. Sold tho all Druggists. by Miss Van Greenleaf, of Richmond, is ing and evening. son County Court, entered at its July 1819, on tho waters of Otter Creek. He testimonials tree. " term, 1800, the undersigned. State Bank the guest of Miss Lizette Dickson. The C.W. B. M. of the Christian was a son of Nathan and Celia Oldham Hairs fcamily Pills are the best. 1m & trust Co., tn IJichinond. Ivy., as as Paris Reporter. church request a fuirmeetingon Wed Williams. His career has been full signee of John Powers will sell pubof Miss Rachel Lillard has returned to ncsday afternoon, at- - 3 p. m. Impor- honor as it has been full of years and licly, on the premises, in Madison coiintv, near bilver Creek, Ky, on Lawrenceburg after a pleasant visit to tant business to be transacted and all the tears of relations and friends are aro urged to come out. Miss Alice Arnold. mingled freely over tho departure of Thursday, September 71b, Miss Bird Zarjng, of Richmond, is tids sturdy specimen of manhood. tho guest of Mrs. R. H. Bryan. WinPeace lo his allies, to fiis memory last beginning at 10 o'clock, a. in., to the chester Democrat. C. E. W. ing honor. Claiuc. To tiie wile of Mr. Everett highest and best bidder the following Mrs. F. L. Hardesto aud Mrs. Louisa, ' property, viz.: A certain Tract of Central University; Richmond, Ky. Clark, on Sunday a girl,' of Lexington, arc guests of Mrs. D. F. Land located on the waters ol Silver Mary Elizabeth. . 1. Letters and Four Colleges: Owens, of Red Huse. Creek, and on tho bilver Creek and Science. 2. Medicine. 3. Denistry. 4. Menalaus turnpike, containing 433.52 Hon. J. Speed Smith is at home from acres, ine larm nas ucen surveyed by Law. Rockbridge, Alum Springs, Va,, after s. if.jttocK, county surveyor anu di Four University Schools. Four Dea pleasant and helpful stay there. vided into three tracts as follows: VaUOHt: The infant Ron nf T)r. nnrl gree Courses. - New Gymnasium and Tract No. 1 Beginning at the sugar Mr. Jno. J. McRobert8catue up from airs. C. H. Vaught died last Tuesday Physical Director. Expenses moderato tree snag corner to Koss; thence S Stanford Monday and spent the day after a painful sickness. .Interment on Attendance Inst season Sol. W 82 poles to a stake comer to willi his sister-in-lalaud formerly owned by . Moberley's Mrs. M. M.J weunesuay in ttio Kichmoml cemetery. College of Philosphy. Letters and heirs; thence S 8Gr E 19.1 poles to Miller. Science, Richmond. Opens Wednesday, the center of the .Menalaus and Silver Mrs. David Chenault. Sr., of RichSeptember 13. FASTIDIOUS FELLOWS Creek pike comer to W. 11. Lane and mond, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. southwest corner to the John Powers WHAT If AS CENTRAL UNIVERSITY will find my Jewelry correct in every homestead; thence with the center of Sensational Case. Elmore, in this vicinity. Lancastor DONE FOR MADISON COUNTY? piko particular. Watch Chains of Solid 20 and lines ot Homestead iN 201 K Record. Messrs. Hume Bros. & Co., principal In, the ways of education? Central noles. N 40 K 50 miles. Gold, iu new aud styl 15 E 19 0 poles, N 3J W 20 N and Rolled Mr. and Mrs. Kuper Hood had for stockholders of the Electric Co. have University has just closed ita Twenty- ish patterns, at prices that please poles to John Maupin's corner; thence their guests on Sunday, Mrs. L. Hood had a Receiver for tho company, and fifth year. During this period it has ie polen new line S 87 W 234 money savers. and Mrs. Hubbard, and several other in a potition state that fraud has been given education, in whole or in part, to acres. Aso Studs, Rings, Scarf pins, etc., of beginning, containing 130 at the center practiced by two of the original incor- nearly COO young men of the county. relatives from Covington. Tract No. 2 Bednnini; remarkable merit. All going at of a water gap corner to tract No. 3 Dr. M. C. Heath is down from Rich- porators. The accusations are strong Of. this number sixty were graduated prices ridiculously low. oi said I arm and running thence down mond to see his little grandson, who is and the trial of the case on the Sth day and hold its diploma. It is no use for mo however, to try lo the center of Silver Creek N 4?," V 34 of the present plrcuit court is expected at Mr. Will Severance's and has been poles, N 50J who ake some of them, and what tell about all tho good things we fflO poles, N 80 W 10 to develop sensational features. w so poles, a 896 w zi quite sick. Stanford Journal. DOING? selling. You had better come W 22 poies, a AKE.THEY are 0 poles. 52 W 14 poles, S 43 Kicked By a Mule. Dr. Goldstein, the Louisville optician, and Eee for yourself. I also handle W 30 poles. S 13 W 42 poles, S 73J W 13 1. LaKijen-- 3, A. and P. JL Sulliwill be at the Hotel Glyndon Mr. Horace Dozier, the Red House van, J. T. and Silas Cobb, J. I. Bianton. the best line of Watches to be poles. SS0K V9 poles; thence leaving me - creec unu wun mo ruoran lines & row'and will remain for two days only. blacksmith, is nursing a badly bruised Harris Crogko, Rankin and Walker found in the city. 2G4- V 31 poles. S poles, E 30 Mr. L. F. Fife and daughter, Miss hand received as a result of a kick from Mason, J. C. Chenault, H. B. Herd, W 24 S pol; thence leavini: F. J. YEAGER, Anna Belle, returned to their home on a young mule. Tho animal had nover W. R. Shackelfcrd, R. W. Miller, R. II.. new line N 78 E Moran's line and by poles to last Saturday at Armstrong, Mo.,after a before been shod and when Mr. Dozier McCreary, E. T. Burnara.L. Clay, John No. 28, 2d St. sep6-l- y Richmond, Ky. 129 5.10 poles, N 42M K 82 the beginning aud containg 123 pleasant visit to relatives in this county. tackled him the beast lifted the black G. Fitzpatrick, Will Moborloy, Walter acres. Mr. Jno. Evans, a prominent farmer, smith and his kit of tool across tho Brouston, Talbott Jackson, O. O. Tract No. 3 Beginning at the sugar shop. Mr. Dozier alightedjwith most Crooke, A. C. Wells, aud othors. tree snag corner to itoss ; t uence new line of Clark, with his wife, was the guests JN S7 Jj. 233 0 Sals of poles to a stake in the 2. Fhyciant-- li. W. Bright, John of their son, Mr. EH Evans, of near of his weight on his right hand bruis west side of the pike road: thence with ing aud straining it severely. He had and Phil Barbour, Mack Crow, J. W. White Hall. Ho came over to spend thewest side of said. road down Dodds been laid oil from work for several Scudder, C. F.. Burnam, Jr., Man' brauch N 4 W .62 poles, N 31 "WJO court day. months on account of sickness and this Letcher, Frank Walker. poles, N 49J W 45 poles loftwo Our efficient and popular express Tbe nndersifrned, Elzie P. new disability Is quite a calamity. 3. Minitten of The 6'oo;W Robt. K. Million, at executors of C. Million and E.de sycamores ou the south" brauch of 'Sll- CI. B. Million, agent, Mr. Fred. L. Griustead, is soJN verireeK; Ilieiiee ti W 38 poles! Richardson, Sanford Logun.Jobn Boen, ceased, will, on A Rare Feat.' down the creek lo the center thereof journing at Petoskey, Mich., and is William Crowe, Jr., Gilbert Glass, Wednesday, September 20, '99, 31 W 24 poles to the center of a mucii improved by his stay at that Mr. John J. McRoberts, of Stanford, Coruelison. water gap; tlience by new lines S 42J famous resort. who is cashier of a bank there was here James Becinninz at 10 o'clock a.m.. at said deced- - W 82 5 10 nolca to tho norttiwiRtirn 4. Teadiert Henry Wallace, Misses ant's late residence in Madison coantv. Kv.. on Mrs. T. P. Dudley, of Waco, leftTues-da- y tins week, and id response to a'u In Lucy and Lettle Crowe, Estill Walker, the Richmond and Lcxlnirton turnnikp. corner of tho orchard; thence S 78 gCer (or sale to the highest and poles to a stone wall morning on a visit to her sons, quiry as to the truth of statement in Delia Fisher, Dovie ltclior, Katio roxtmrn,ma personal property consistingbest W 129 oiuuer, oi aioran's line: thenco with same S 11 horses, males, cattle. Jacks, Jennets, sheep, Richard M. and James M. Dudley, of tho Interior Journal that ha had af- Bianton, J. Noiand. V 93 poles to a stone. S 7(13 E 29 5. Bankers R. It. Burnam. R. E nogs, gram, (arming nicnsus, nonsenoiagooas, Chihuahua, Mexico. She will be gone fixed his signature to GOO bank notes etc poles, N 34J E 18 0 poles to a THUMB. The foregoing; property will be per hour, acknowledged that.it was Turley, John Crooke, JohnB. Chen poles to tho he- for severl months. stone, S 87J E 19 sold for all sums of $10 and less. ault, Uabeii i;nenauit, Clay Shackel- over for cashpurchaser will be required toSams ginning, containg l9.3o'acres, more or $10 the give Mr. D. P. Black and sisters. Misses true, adding that he had in ouo day ford, Wm. Letcher.. note .with good security, payable January 1, less. 1300, without interest. The corn will be sold C. Business ifen of Various Kinds Belle and Nettie, of Red House, visited signed his name, Jiio.J. McRoberts, to An outlet ie reserved along the south at the heap. We also have several blue grass 6,300 bills of U. & currency, "But,'' Breck McDowell, Daniel Breck, bank of Silver Creek from the water relatives and friends last week at said he, "ray little finger was bleeding 'John Shackelford, L. R. BJacton, T. f. i&ruis tor saiepnraieiy. U. M1LUUN, gap corner eastward to the pike creastaking in tho Fair and reports E. P. MILLION, where I dragged it rapidly across tho ilngan, Tom Mason. James Barbour, Executors. ing of Silver Creek, a distance of 62 a most delightful time in general. Woods, Bobt. Crowe, Wiil ang30-4poles. rough paper." Mr. McRoberts is one Claronre Stone, Tom Pickels, W. P. Simmoru, The land will be jwtd as follows: Mrs. Anne Fife, who for the summer of the safest financiers in the State and Geo. S. Burnam, Speed Smith. John First Tract No. 1. coutainititr 130 77 months has been with her son, L. F. one of tho best bank officials we ever Wallace, Shelby Wiggins, etc. , acres, will be offered for sale to the Fife, iu Missouri, has returned to this met, highest and best bidder, then iu like PECUNIARY ADVANTAQE. city to spend tho winter. Mrs. Fife, trmaiier Tract No it. containing 123 University has an Investment in we are glad to note, is much improved Cutting Near Kerea. acres, and Tract No. 3, containing ;The Richmond of $115,000 In buildings 1 0 So acres, more or. lee. in health. At a colored church association near equipment. It has expended onand Kaimmf..Trf4a 'n 9 anil nntnlilntl an Mrs. Clarence Ballard, Mrs. Saunie L'erea on baturdav niitht. two Chastinn overage annually for the support of the containing 302.75 acres will be offered Hagan and children, of Richmond, brothers, whitelmeij from Rockcastle, Professors and for necessary expenses for sale to tho highest and best bidder. . . i, T:ff Tho whole, tract cMrng 433.52 acres j ears, have returned home, after several daya tueuiiuiu tusuiueny, anu, li is reporter, about $15,000, and for twenty-fiv- e 3375 000. will tbes be of&jred Jar sale to the visit to their sister, Mrs. Lee Hagan aud fired their pistols, disukbinc the wor About 100 young men from a distance highest itml best bidder, and the land mother, on Stanford pike. Jaucastcr ship. Constable Galloway attempted are in annual attendance and each one niil be sold in the manner bringing the most money. Record. to arrest the men. but meetinrr with spends on an average about $300 year-o- r $50000 for the whole. This sum TERMK Tho land will unon Miss Amos Willis, of Klrksville, en- stout resistance, called upon Ike Covle. multiplied by 25 gives us the aggregate a cdHor six and twelvo months, aud white, and Sam Moran, colored, to as of 5750,000, the amount paid out by tertained last Thursday evening in tho pureliiwer or purchasers will lie required to execute bond with approved honor of her charming guest, Miss sist in urre8tintr them. Thn Thus students since the Institution was essecurity having tho force and effect of Maymo Elliott, of Mayfield. About tines druw their knives and cut tablished. We can all understand these a 'udgment, with a lien retained, paya- forty guests were present. All report aioran in tne tiack, hands and sido, The pecuniary benefits to the figures ANOTHER LOT county me to sain trustee anu bearing legal cut Coyle across tho Jiand and arm, have been verv great. Hut who can quite an enjoyable evening. interest, from the day of sale. k of 'OSSESSION-Poesession will be On Saturday night at High Point and then escaped. r As tho Grand Jury estimate the intellectual aud moral power which has gone forth from the given when the terms of sale are comschool house, near Paint Lick, Mis3 is in session tho offenders will proba- Institution? CROCKERY plied with but the privilege of harvestViola Million, tho accomplished teach- bly be indicted. Who can measure the influence for ing and removing tho crop uow on the GLASSWARE good exerted by the large number of er, gave an ice cream supper for the land will be reserved. Are You Geing' Wesl 7 young men who havo been educated has arrived and the wise housekeeper This farm is one of the most desira benefit of the school library. It was an Parties going west will save time within its walls? will nol miss the opportunity to buy bly located farms in Madison comity, enjoyablo affair and liberally patron- and money by How many of these young men being on a turnpike 1) miles from writiiyr to Mr. Bon. L. ized. gone to college had the when every article has the durability Silver Creek Station on the L fc N. R Bryant, traveling passenger agent Would havenot been located in Rich- of two University It-- It has a good dwelling bouse and of tho ordinary kind. Estill Frances, Mrs. John of the Louisville, Henderson and 6t mond? This Is Queonsware worthy of the all necessary outbuilding thoreon in Cunningham and her bright littio Louis railway, 223 4th avenue, LouisDo not these facts and figures-mak- o good repair. The land is fertile and granddaughtor.Miss Nannie Clay, have ville. Mri Bryant was hero on Mon tne strongest appeal lor tho continued name. It is high quality clean through. productive and Is well watered and In returned from a delightful visitto Mrs. day soliciting passengers and freight moral sunnort and natronaco of tho nen- - Don't theso prices extend a wel- most excellent condition. Parties come? to the property can call on Anniq Oldham Wallace. ,;ad Mrs. Mar for his cjccllpni road, "Tho Honder- - ploofthis great county? for catalogue ana lull information fGlass Saucers, 25 to 90c per doz. Mr. John Powers wharesides.on tho of Lexington. Paris Kcntuckian Bon shall, L. H. BEanton, D D , and wiljbe-- jjlad to call on address. RouteJ" cr ob the undersigned , 40, 0, C0o and .$1 Sth. Chancoilor. Q Glass"Tui)Qblor8,-25parties nedinj$fji&W-viees- . His road Ouitu a number of names liaveiioulit- - vjierddfc. Mk Trot C., Mioses Ethel Watts, of Chiletbarg; connects ai! 8,JrStkPwith an especially Iefs iKreM unintentionally ouiitttd from JUCHMOKDiKKXTUCKY, ChnuMlt, of iUefawwwd, ud Hue coinpjtny. Ute St. Itoui aud gui theul'vye lists. Crlilc . Dtftifcenot 4 Ct. clared, was the uecessaryresult of tho abuses committed in 1890 by Republicans in Jeiferson county aud throughout the Eleventh district, whereby there was no Democratic representation allowed in the election officer?. Tho Law, as tested in 1898, proved to be ab solutely fair, and not one complaint was lodged against it. Governor Mc Creary turned to the State administra tion and upon its record said no Demo crat could aflord to give aid or comfort to that party, for mismanagement of nearly nil the public institutions bad characterized the last four years. On National issues, finances, trusts, imperialism, etc.. he spoke with great effect, and at tho conclusion received an ovation from old friends who surrounded him and cordially endorsed his lengthy and able speech, which, it was freely pronounced, was the best speech ever delivered here by ourdisticguished fellowcitizen and always loyal Demo k any man." Tho Election he de Miss Witherspoon, of Winchester, aro preparing to leavo next week for cok lege in Virginia. Miss Watts is the guest otMrlBjJresipn Eastin. Lexington Leader, Vritlay. "Miss Lily Duncan, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. D. Cbonault.of Richmond, and A. J. Draper, will marry on the "tb." Stanford Journal The Interior-Journal is slightlymixed. Miss Duncan is a daughter of T. Duncan, of Lexington, and not related to the ClieuaUltiT ' " " s ' Dr. V. H. Hobson left on Monday for New York to attend tho Odontological Society ,the largest society in the United States. Ho has been invited to demg onstrate on "Immediate" of abscessed teeth," somewhat original process that he iound to be infallible. Dr. Hobson will return next week. Hon. Wm. R. Black, of Barbourville, is here to confer with ids brother and law partner, Attorney S. R. B. Black, in some large and important cases. Mr. Black is one of the best attorneys in the State, having recently won one of the largest cases that has been in the State, whore oO.OOO acres ot .land wero involved. A. D. Flora, one of the "Kentucky Colonels," who married our Bourbon kin, Miss Guita Shortidgo, of our Ry- mel family here, passed Monday. His wife s health is. better. Tiie Colonels attended a number of assemblies, closing their tour last week. The largest assembly they attended this year was at Lincoln Nebraska, the State Epworth League Assembly. Paris Kentuckian. Mrs. May Turner Jones, wife of Rev Ashby Jones, of Richmond, Va., was hero yesterday en route to her mother's, at Richmond, Ky Miss Eva Latn- mers. of Richmond, is with Miss Suo Willio Hale Dr. R. M. Phelps, of Paducah, was here on his way to Richmond. Mr. W. II. Traylor, who has been threatened with fever, is out... Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice returned this morning from their outing. Stanford root-fillin- 'A IitttVe Spar Muy 1m WNol Ifeed The latiiinsT aar If. -- rer$ReaC , -- ?' fa To the Ricmio.vo Steam laim if tho quality of tho work by others is not plea-dug- . MuihWorkM Mtho,ethfldistiurch,which : For Sale ! Our Work - PUBLIC SALE! iitm prove eatihfii. i,.M hvery employee tki inteiest iu hf 1iiIh ,, trie to excel. Old dim ers know, and new cum, i, learn, that null, is slighted. Every article iscarefully hm:,: aud beautifully finished. Must . ,' . RICHMOND STEAM LAINDR.. jy2 li, -- THE COMING h Of The New. $ 5$ 33iger and better before. tlmn ever All our famous besides exclusive General Merchandise. spe-cialtie-s, I 0 One-thir- one-thi- rd one-thi- rd tax-paye- r, In this department is to be found the lar'-eshandsomest aud most varied assortment of Vtiyt Black Goods ever brought to this market. We nave juso openeu anocner line or .Blistered beautiful designs, in both Silk and Mohair. A full line of Lupin's Cheviots, the best Cheviots made. Broadcloths, Venetian Prunella Cloths, Wool Poplins and Serges. We take pleasure in. showing these goods whether you wish to purchase or not. Wo quote a few prices: Urc-pons tsiacK uoods. fc. af rf f t, IS 40c GOc All-wo- ol All-wo- ol All-wo- ol 75c Sponged Cheviot. TT7ni vtTvjUt Henrietta Henrietta .. . .S5c quality .worth worth 50c 75c side-show- s. 0 tl St New lines of Felt and Stitched Cloth Walking TIats, handsomely trimmed. These are the very newest things for traveling and early fall wear. line of stylish Felt Walking Hats and Hough Rider effects, in pearl, gray with white scarf and quill, worth $2.23. $4.50 aud $5 An ultra stvlish Cloth Hat, Rough Itider effect and walking hat. Be sure and inspect those, as they are very exclusive. S1.25 A new SEE OUR 5o. COTTON TOWELS, bqauSs. PERONALS RELrlQIOUS. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS. e, ?iic Sals Land! If you aro in need of Millinery or any tiling in Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes or notions, write to us for samples or will be cheerfully given, as wo havo correspondents to answer sucli letter's. inrirma-tioii,.whic- h CLOTHING. l.n innA!i.iu1 uih kuuiiiicit; t lf i ii.i-i(caiuK ui .lieu I a null Ulll- dren's Suits and Overcoats, which we will bo plonsed to show our customers. Roy's School Suits selected with snecial ciflnrnflnii fnr rength and durability. Thousands coming iu ranges of quality suitable for all classes, htylo and neatness are a part of every one of them. u .... ...... J ... . .. T- .. . , ,I -I BIRTHS. d' SHOES Our stock of Shoes is larger than over. We vite an inspection. in- - -- llexpcctfully Submitted to Cash Tradt, DEATHS E. V. ELDER, :NT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. 4-- 49 i $i 2-- L,OCAI. i 8-- 4-- 0 to-tl- The Southern 77-1- . Mutual Investment Co., OF? LrEXIINGTOIN, KY. .. 8-- uj r- $160,000 PAID INLIYIjYG BEjYEIUTS S 65,000 RESERVE AjYD SURPL US. --- Tie 3-- 1-- ftewss of Lite Insurance. 5-- 0 hm:h Wo pay the same profits to the living .that Insurance pay to tho states of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor, particulars apply to l'or 2-- Rtjl MMJl. 'Cr.mlnt, SECRETARY, LEXINGTON. KY. Richmond, Ky. Yr nr 5-- 10 9-- 0 rmu Eirilirlfiljlis 0 aarg. sj mSE Si Mil RSMfe -- ' 4-- X ... si fkm lEfrcl be-so- ld mm Hifj The Look Up Contains many men convicted of burglary, who could never have entered any house hut their. own had the doors been fasteiftil with Hi' hard-to-brea- . art Locks and Keys and tho windows made secure with goods from our stock. Just come in and look over our these goods. Some time you may want such thines and it's well to know where the best quality is obtainable at tho Iowestprlces. SEE T IfBffHJ Irs-La- ura ' StlPEIfWt 6KA1N MILL." de-siri- ee us and get prices? on roofing end guttering W. D. BccKt.nr, Tinner, l-'r- . Id, t 5. 1 AY LU K H K C )N fit i' i - 5 1 I We have a special inducement JUY $ X,llii .WAX Ui' A Q NIE i pnnro mn t tttt--i tit I Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers. 2, 3 and 4 Dollar Shoes for 50c, Toe and Si.00. t ' shoes which feel comfortable under all and yet wear longer than the average footwear is tho kind wo are olfering our I t . ' FOR ELDERLY FEET AVe Gome, Early And Get Your Choice. tarry a line o( w 5 Every Blioe in the lot is (unshed as care-iuny as mo nest cnstoin bootuiakor would do it. Made of excellent material. Handsome and stylish ami smooth as silk inside, and we are offering them at astonishingly low prices. T ..-.,.,,- .... f SHOES R3 . . which are the embodiment of comfort. White conforming to tho present styles they are roomy and easy. The tenderest feet will not feel tho ctm- fintrnr tnntlip- . e X Made in all sizes in Black and Russet Calf. Goat, etc. Pliable hut durable. Quality excel lent. Prices moderate. IPusyBee Cash Store's Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimere Knee All-wo- ol 5 NEW f 1 The Richmond Climax. ? . WEDNESDAY PEPTT.O. - - 180a 3 Dr. Hobson. Dentist. Circuit Court is in session. Caldwoll High School opened yes tcrday. -- Auction sale, Streng's. See ad. FALL STYLES September 0, at Hon. W. 11. Smith speaks shortly at Owen ton and Slielbvville. -- Mr. T. P. Dudley lias been located iu Anderson county by Collector Yer- kes. ii 7 V V c A yearling, 2 Bud Dunn bought .a car load of cattle in Knox county last week. Capt. J oka D. Fceny Eaters-I- n New Paper Started. this issue Capt. J. D. Feeny makes Wo welcome to our sanctum. The formal announcement ot his candidacy Argent, which made its bow at Valley for Chief of Police. Capt. Feeny is View, edited by Mr. J L. Sowers, the well known to all of our neonle. gifted writer and straight Democrat. having been a member of thej Price 75 cents per year, weekly, 8 pages, local force since 1870. and if elected to live columns to page. It is a neat, this important trust will bring to the liowsv, creditable specimen of journaldisclose of Its lionorons duties an un- ism, and should do well. flinching courage and an incorruptible In politics the Argent will be Integrity. aug23-tf- . genuinely Democratic and publishtd in bo half of Democracy. Although beCircuit Court. Circuit Court began on Monday, ing a Democratic newspaper, Bepnbli- Judge Scott, presiding. Com. Atty. cms are not debarred from being edl Crutelier at" his post. There is a large Hurt by a perusal yf Its columns." docket but no murder cases. The Graud Jury follows; W. H. flarber. C. II. Pigg, N. C. Bonny, Willis Hisle. to assist digestion, relieve distress after eating or drinking too heartily, Talton Taylor, Wm. Haden. Uovle to prevent constipation, take Doty, C. T. Fox. J. W. Ballard, D. W. Black, J. K McKinnev. Eena Bruce, Mr. Hisle foreman. -- is wild with exeitement at tho for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, "Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatchedand incomparable. RICHMOND I 1:1,1 II Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. l!)c. per pair. Affcr Dinner Children's Strictly Knee Pants, double knee and double seat, all colors, worth 7oc. per pair aro yours in this sale for 39c. Hood's Piiis Sold everywhere. 25 cents. High Compliment To Boy's $1.25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits In double breasted and Reefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 11, the price in this clearance sale only S9c. Boy's $2 00 nnd $2.50 Knee. Pant Suits go at $1.4!); Our $3 50. $4 JH) and $5.00 Kneo Pant Suits go in this sale at $2.09, all styles, "Cream of the Htock." Big Boy's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth $3.00 and S4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at $1.1)S. Big Boy's $7. $8, $9 and $10 Long Pant Suits, choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfleshed worsteds, etc. Take your pick nnd fit in this gale at 4.9S. ARE MONEY Pil Hereafter the L. & N. afternoon train leaves hero at 1:65 instead of 2 o'clock. CHANCES Men's Good Cassimere Suits well made, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5, $U and $7 will be cloed in this clearance sale at $2 US. Ail-wo- SAVERS FOE MEN ! Purchased Farm In Madison. c A vow V 9 OV SALE! $ Oigt'Stos ' Mr. Oscar Helton, of Knox county. has purchased of Drs. Middleton aud Fry, of Kirks ville. farm for $5,000 cash. Mr. Helton is tho geutle- msn who visited Garrnrd, Clark and Piather, the slayer of Burton, in Madison in Beared of a farm, finally Garrard, was denied bail and the case locating one in Ivfrksville. He comes continued. to Madison with the highest recomLewis L. Walker was nominated mendations and will be a valuable for the Legislature by tho Republicans acquisition to tho countv. of Garrard. Ready to Serve Dinners, Weddings, Elc. The last Union pervices will held ori Sunday nignt Place to selected. -- 100-acr- e Covington & Mitchell. ly removing the cause. tells them, or by mail standard Phurmncal Co , Detroit, spepsia i Oppress of Russia weighs only "nil-s- . The Daughters' of Confederacy will meet at Mrs. J. M. Poyntz resi dence Friday morning at 10 o'clock. A beautiful Chiukering piano, made of mahogany, can be purchased from jnel4-t- i G. W. Evans. Jr., for $00. -- After Saturday night, September 2, the R N. I. & B. special Saturday niglit service will be discontinued. augoO 2t Mies Cooper, who has been solicit White's Crem Vermifuge is perfee'-l- y ing pupils, will return in time to open harmless, and will remove every worm. It is also a tonic, and by its her Kindergarten Monday, September strengthening properties will restore to 11; nale cheeks the rosy hue, of health-Pric"septO lm Mr. W. B. Wells caught an SI pound 2octs Tom Jones, an L. ami N. brnkeman, red horse aud two 5 pound cats at was run over and killed at IaG range. chute above Ford. He snys fishing is good. 2 . We are authorized to say that from this time on, Mrs. I. B. Willis will be pleased to serve suppers, banquets. wedding dinners, etc. She will bake cakes and confections, and take orders for same by postal or letter dropped in the postoflice here. Her long experience and known ability guarantee satisfaction, llemember lu-- when need ing anything In her Hue. r a Local Pastor. Not in our memory has a minister of tile Methodist Church received such hearty endorsement with petitions to the Conference for ids retention here as is tho case with' Rev. T. S Hubert, pastor of the local church. A dozen strong petitions have been sent to Bishop Key at Carlisle to have him re assign Mr. Hubert to this church, and we join in the hope that the scholarly and lovable young pastor will be returned. His ministry has been bingu larly successful and it would seem to be a calamity to the church anil cer tainly a distinct loss to our city, should Mr. Hubert bo called awn v. At this writing a large part of the church- going population of Richmond, Irrespective of denomination, are awaiting anxiously the decision of the Bishop in this matter. Men's Fine Suits, choice styles and qualities in single nnd double breasted, sack and frock styles of fiuo imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit in tho lot worth and sold everywhere from $8 to $12, take your choice and pick in this salo at $1.08. Such Rare Bargains as Thess in Shoes. Ladies' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.25 ro in this sale at 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes In lace and confrrc's worth $1.50 will be dished out to you at 8!)c per pair; Men's $1.75 anil $2 shoes will be $1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vici and real Russia leather $3 and $4 shoes, they so in this sale at $19. Such Sacrifices All-wo- 4 as These in Dry Goods. wide Serees, HeiSp'rcttas, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width goods worth 35c and 50c per yard, will be slaughte;ed In this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- ing reserved. Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the idpas of stylish dressers to a '"T." You can ma"ke your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $14 to $10, able tailor-mad- o they go in this sale at $8.43. Organdies that were 25c and :Kc per yard are now 12c in this salo; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in this sale. One lot of Slippers for ladles In sires 2!J. 3, 4. and some 8's that were formerly sold at $l,Zt, $1.50 and $2 will be closed In this salo at 50c per pair. 1 i and 85c per yard will be slaughtered Fine Jncquads, Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods, Former price 71u in this sale at 4Gc per yard. Nothing leserved. Hi N White Underwear, Ladies' Beady-mad- e Special Clearance Sale saving on Ladies' Beady-mad- e Drees Skirts, Carpets and Lace Curtains. These goods have felt the keen edge of our cold Bteel and stand out to you as the greatest in this sale, ask to see them. bargains we aro offering Not an articlo in the entire big store left untouched, this sale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping and a grunt space cleaning sale for us. We must havo room for our fall stock and the only way we see to get it is to actually givo away and throw out soveral thousand dollars worth of tho best goods we have to our customers and let them profit by our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. A Great Big Lot of Men's "Too Linen" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants "tho best" New York Mills Cniiilet. will be closed at Site per pair. ll i To Ambitious Young Men. e m m m 1 IL rxu ma mm mm mm mm mm mm mmm mu mm it,: UN 1 (LBEQINNINfr ft; Write now to Wilber R. Smith, foi 23 years President of the Commercial College of Kentucky University, Lex ington, Ky., for circulars of this respon sible and influential col lego. Book keeping, Shorthand and Typewriting and Telegraphy taught. Graduates successful. In order tiiat your mail A fence-guar- d is being erected on may reacli this college, address only botli sides of the pike just beyond the Wilbur It. Smith, Lexington, Ky. Boonesboro pike entrance below Jumps on Mr. Million. Foxtown. The Valley View Argent, the newThe many friendB of Mr. J. L paper, is reFpousible for the following: Sowers extend their sympathy in the 'Elza Million, and ex- death of his infant son, the second Democrat, lias been nominated ' by the death in three months in his family . Republicans for County Judge ip order to pass as an before the Elevator Filled. Potts & Duerson, of While Station people. I predict t.'ie ministers, church have, filled their 20,000 bushel grain ele- members and prohibitionists will rush vator with vheat at an average of Gl to the polls- in order to cast their vote for Mr. Million, the manufacturer of tents per bushel. and wholesale and retail dealer in Court Day Market. whisky. Ice water please ?" A tremendous crowd in town Mon Game To Catch Farmers. day, watermelons, shingles, mules and A new confidence game is lieing sheep being everywhere visible. Cattle brought 3 to 41c, sheep $3 to $3 50 worked on country people by three per head, mulo colls at $25 to $30 per swindlers. A stranger comes to a farm head; aged mules $40 to $S0; jiorses house andfeBk. for lodging, and alonu- about midnight a man and wonart $40 to $00. come to same house bunt ingn preacher Grand Opening. to marry mem. l tie nrst stranger HapCaldwell High School opened Tues pens to be a minister, of courf e, and day morning with 330 pupils in attend performs the ceremony, and the farm ance, exceeding last year. The same and his wife are asked to sign the faculty, with one exception, is in charge; certificate, which afterwards turns up It is an able body of instructors, and as a promissory note for a comfortable we earncstly'hopo for great tilings again sum. The' swindle is an ingenious this year at C. U.S. MclieuiOj'nnd farmers would do well to keep it in mind. Winchester Demo Democratic Primary Ordered. - Sal Blood Guro Frco. Eating Sores, T nmors. Ulcere. Can cer of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck. Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are all curable by D. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), which is made esnecinllv to cure all terrible Blood Diseases. Per sistent Soris. Blood and Skin Blem-blieSeiofula, that resist other treatments, are quickTv cured by B. B. 15. (Botanic Blood Bairn.) Skin Eruptions, rnnpies, iseu, jiciung Scales. Blisters, Red or Brown Patches. Blotches. Catarrii. Rheumatism, etc.. are all due to bad blood, and hence easily cured ny a. u. it. synniitiic Blood Toison literally driven from the svstem by B. B. R. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to five months. B. B. B. docs not' contain vegetable or mineral poison. One bot tie will test it in anv case. For sale b druggist everywhere. Large bottles SLmx for$S. Send for a free sample ooiue. which win ne sent by return mail. When yon write, describe symptoms, and personal free medical advlco will bo given.- Address Blood Balm Co , 43S Mitchell street, Atlanta, Ga. - Hi CAIl Bring along your HASH when you come for these bargains and save time and a refusal of credit, for this is a CLEARANCE SALE to rcake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Very Hcspect fully. ti - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN - .1" (! imyo-iy- r 4 1 3' All of our Stock of CLOTHING, SLIOES, II ATS and FURNISriINGS will be sold at Chairman Dudley Tribble, of the Democratic City Committee, lias called for a piimnry election in this city, Thursday, October 12, to nominate can didates for Councihnen aud Chief of Police. See list "of announcements, top .of second page, first column.. reward Of $10 is offered for informa tion leading to the arrest and conviction of tho parly or parties, who have benn shooting tho partridges on the four mile road, near the fair ground. A aug30-l- crat. . Up The Ladder. Harry Wygant, sop of Capt. Henry Wygant. lately of this place, has been promoted again for 'iravery to ar First Lieutenancy in the 3d U. 6. 1., now at Manilla. His father is there aisq with tho 24th Infantry. Harry entered the regular army as a private two years 4go..was a Sergeant, then a 2d Lt. at Santiago while on the field of battle. and now is next in rank to his father a position, in peace, which requires a dozen tedious years to reach. Young Wygant has a brother, in the Navy, ttnd the prediction is freely mnde by their friends here that they will make brilliant records in the service of the Government. The County ilnt ion He that will rise to the ton of h liir-l- i ladder must go up, not leap up. L. .Macmn. Ghosts would frighten mam- - nennte Who are not afraid of germs. Yrt the sierin is a real danger. If this micros copic animalism could be magnified to a size in propotinn to its deadliness it would show like a giant python, or fiie breathing dragon. The one fact to remember is that the germ is powerless to harm the hoiiy when llio blood is pure U is far easier to keep the germ out than to diive it out after it obtains a hold in the system. Dr. Pierces Golden Medi- enl Discovery is the most powerful and periect ot niiKHi puniying medicines. nit) miamuv as well as Ilie li nihility of the blood, nnd enables the body to resist diseaso. or'to throw it ofl' if disease has obtained a footing in somff weak organ. Wherever thediras- unn is impared, the nutrition of the body is diminished; lor the blood i made from the fowl which is eaten, and half digested food cannot supply the body with blood in quantity anil qual ity adequate to its needs. For this condition there is no remedy eon a I to 'Golden Medical Discovery." It cures ninety-eigh- t out oteverv hundred per sons who gives it a fair trial When there is constipation Ur Pierce's Pleas ant Pellets will promptly relieve and permanent cure. The great success of Chamberlain's In New York City a blacksmith's You may bridle the appetrte.Uut you Tetter, and Kczcma. cannot, bribe the liver to do its work Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy shop is managed by three youngwomen. well. Yon must be honest witli it, in the treatment of bowel complaints The intenso itching and smaitiug inciand then has made it standard over the greater A VYONUKlilUL CUKE OK DIAItlillllKA dent to these diseases is instantly allayed help it along a by applying Chamberlain '3 Eyo and with a dose of Herbine, the best liver part of the civilized world. For sale by ee6-liregulator. Price 50 cents. Perry & Perry & Thomas. Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;asta A i'rnniineiit Virginia Eilitur Hail septG-lhavo been permanently cured by it. lt Thomas (liven Up. Hut Was Hrotiglit If thou wouldst bo happy, learn to 13 cqnally oiSeient for itching idles and A bride ill Japan gives her wedding please. Prior. Hack to Perfect llrntlli by a favorite remedy for soro nipples; presents to her paients as a slight rechapped hands, chilblains, frost biku folic (Imlrra Aud The hatlirs. ind chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. compense for tlieir.Jrotihle in rearing Diarrhoea Krinnly. The pleasant effect and perfect safely her. Dr. Caily's Condition Powders aro with which ladies may uso Syrup of HEAD HIS EbirOKIAL. jnst what a horso needs when in bad Figs, under all conditions, makes it A Wonl In Mnllirr.t. condition. Tonic, blood purifier and their favorite remedy. To get tho true Uillstllle, Va. Times. Mothers of children aliened with and genuine article, look for tho name vermifuge. They are not food but Salt-Rheum 5 little--no- n - ill t'liam-bprlain- 's croup or a severe cold, need not hesitate to administer ChxinberluiiiV Cough Hemedy. It contains no oplite nor narcotic ill any form and may be given as confidently to the babe as to nn adult. The great snrcess that has at tended its use in the treatment of colds aud croup lias won for it the approval and praise it lias received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands. For sale by Perry & Thomas. ep6-l- H crime who allows appression shares the can Eras Earwin. safely use Conseen's Honey of Tar. It Is a sure and pleasant remedy lor coughs, loss of voice, and all throat and Hood's 50 lung Idleness is the only refuge of weak Perry troubles. Price 25 andseptC-l-rent3. headache. Pills & Thomas. minds and the holiday of fools Lord Chesterfield. Ilrnry Koehlrr & Company, want several car-loaof Choice Walnut Will pay highest csh nrice. They .also buy Poplar and Hardwood i.umntr in mixed cars. Write them at apr5-6Louisville, Ky. He who wears his heart on his sleeve will often have to lament that daws The most delicate constitution long with I of the California Fig Syrup Co. printed timesuifered thoughtdinrrhoee for a being I was near the bottom of tho package. For cured aud had spent much past and I time sale by all druggists. money nnd suffered so much misery He wants worth who dares not praise tliatl had almost decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the rea foe. Dryden. sult, but noticing the advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and "Circumstances Alter Cases " Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tesIn cases of dyspepsia, nervousness, timonials stating how mime wonderful eatarrh, rheumatism, eruptions, ' etc., cures had been wrought by this remedy. tiie circiiu)8taiicos may be altered by I decided to try it. After tab in? a few purifying and enriching the blood with doses I was entirely well of that Good appetilo trouble, and I wish to sav further to Hood's and good digestion, strong nerves and my readers and that 1 y perfect health takes the placo of these am a hale and hearty man and dipese. Hood's Snrsaparilla is Auieri-ca'- 3 feel as well as I ever did in my JiTe Great ebt Medicine and the best that O. It. Moke. Sold by Perry & Thomas. sepO-lnionev can buy. Sars-parillafellow-snllerers medicine and tho best in use to pnt a horso in prime condition. Prico 25 jents per package A woman teacher iu I'hiladolphia retired recently altera service of lift years. As an external liniuicutNif mobt wonderful potietrative and curative power, Ballard's Snow Liniment is not iiHlr.l by anv other in the world. Pure 'St 50cts. sepCi-l- and A Louisville judge lias ruled that if a woman wears a man's hat she must take it oir when she anpears iu his couit. t mm euro biliousness, "Trust not to appearances," but put your faith in Hood's Sarsaparilla.whieh fjueen of Portngnl is translating never disappoints, lt ia the best mediThe sick "Hamlet" into Portuguese cine money can buy. Madison Gun Ci.ub. New Wall Paper House in Richmond. 7W UK 7? 7rH $ B (?Mt?? 0 The drug linn of Perry & Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang aud decorate rooms to snit alt taste's and purses. No trouble to show goods. aug23-t- f Judge's Race. Men's and Boy's Negligee Shirts, m J. lV Telephone Corporations. j The contest for the Democratic nomi pectat for County Judge has about been Bettlod. On Monday when the com mittee met. Judge Cliepault appeared nnd stated that If any other Democrat announced himself that lie would not make the race in the party for the nomination, and stated that he understood Judge Tu.rpin was a prospective candidate. The committee amnmoned JudgoTurpin, who acknowledged that he was a candidate, whereupon Jndgo Clienault requested the committee to fix tho date and method of naming a candidate, in a manner agreeable to Judge Tnrplii, as he would not contest ;hls nomination. it Carlyle. EASK AMI MS BASK - 'A m & The Flemingsburg Telephone Com pany was incorporated September 1, by filing articles in the office of the Secretary of Slate. Its capital stock is2,500, C. S. and J. U. Powell and J. II. Bald win, of this city, are the incorporator The above gentlemen have just com pletcd And continued until all is. a'plantat Owingsvillu. is the opportunity to supply sold. " ITow 'forty-thir- d - H FNR -- I the Clothier, The Shoer, The Hatter, IU Furnisher. its session Tues lay, September 12th. The outlook is for a large attend Your patronage is cordially ance. The Fafrvir Seminary. ' solicited. Parents are. invited to call At Gaithersburg, Maryland, eigh at tho Institute and confer with the Principal, Miss Lloyd, concerning teen miles from Washington City, is terms, courses of study, or any matters ! conducted by Dr. Chas. H. Waters. A full corps of cultured lady teachers of detail that may interest them. give a full English course of study, sept(5-2- t with Latin, French and German; mu Governor Stone Will Come. sic and voice culture under the New Next to Wm Jennings Bryan, Gov. England conservatory system ; drawing Wm. J. Stone, of Missouri, would re- and painting in water cobra arid oil; ceive the most cordial welcome in Rich: elocution and physical culture. The moiul of nnr. public man Ho school will open September ldi IBoU, came here four years ago and you know Somd young ladies from ntiar Rich iov many mile's of horsemen and vo mond aro going Sunday, September 1 hick'H followed hini to the b.irbccne. By calling upon Mr. James Miller or JIo announces his intention to make Mrs. David Chenanlt further informafive ppeechc iu Xontufky, beginning tion may bo obtained. Coat of board at Richmond, Tuesday next, September) and tuition for full course of teii 12 Turn out fellow citizens, aud gtvej months. 200. C. H. Waters, jpepfl-i- t lilui il grander ftretin tliaa befurk Print Ml. to-da- Yur Children. Madison Institute will begin VVhcrs To Send ASkort LfsOHOB thn MeaBiBgufa Familiar Word. i v s iiiq i cnoc, .lluoocu ua lo..L- - - f A.n .... easlnmj. trouble, vexation, dfwjuiet.' it la a conuutun uue to koiijh iieranige- 'ast majority of the from which 1.1 tt.. iu Ann ... ..I.. Tlluuuuu nf tliiti trttift ic r.trt.l liir Sargapanlla which purifies, enriches .I 1 t... r I.i cures scrofula, salt rheum. pimples and all eruptions. It tones the stomach and creates a good nppe lite, and it gives vigor and vitality t 11 .ui 1 Uiierwear, Bssiery, Straw axil Crash Hats. EVERY THING GOES Sale will go for Ten (10) clays. - Ladies', Misses and Children's Slippers and Sandals in. m Patent Leather and Dongola. IB m mm Our k-: Mid-Summ- 01 dition of things, giying health,. comfort .. 1 ..H.Aiy : .. ... i: Htn Everything in the way summer uooas are going at a great reuuction. er t .i ti Ho who has tho truth at his heart. need never fear the want of persuasion on his tongue. Ruskin. A diseased liver declares itself by moroHjacss, inontal depression, lack of e.iinrirv. restlessness, lllelalichnlv find constipation. Herbine wllj. restore tho liver to healthy condition. Price 60c sentC-lrerry cwinomss. 'X He that voluntarily continues iirnor- ant is guilty df all the crimes which ignorance produces. Dr. S. Johii.son. m COME IN WITH THE TIDE..... v2) This is one of the many opportunities thai present itsulf only once in a 9 season. DON T MISS IT. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment relieves the intenso itching. It soothes, heals ami cure chronic cases where MlrgooiiB fail. It is no experiuioitt ; iu .hIoh increahe througfi its mreH. Every Pi ire. 50cts in hot Hettl guaranteed fla, ttfUe 73c, Perry & TiiomM. lm 3 DOULAS, BRIGHT & C W T 7f B . ?fr: mmm 7f 7fv7f 77f 7I 7 !! TlTs 7W 7r 7fSi;f 7f S.Vf 7f 7. 7f 7f 7WyW 7f 7lr 7 : '? REGENERO. COMPUTE BLISS The Great Ia iimw Hip WILL DROP FLAT Efforts to Lead Kentucky Into a Bolt. Dem-ocra- ts a' ' Slroot. LOYAL .MEN FULLY AROUSED. complicated case of Nervous DeMllt, or Il-wIt nrU KwerfuIly and quickly A N.-iStau. Ihytriillr IVrfrcC. L Ihc rnmli -oTIIir n of lfi:(. F..KICO. Vwm; men will re mlii tln-l- r lost nimiliooil. ami OM Men will rreorri tln-lyouthful vtor. It tnvtcoratcs nnil restores tc full Hicuiultlh'or, all sufferers from Seminal Weak-in-smImpotence, Varicocele, Spcnnattorliea, NMitly Kmbslon, I Ilruln ami MuscuUr Power. WfSl: Memory. Wakefulness, Evil Dreams, Despoil" dem-y- , liuk of C'oufMviics. ami nil effect, of self. uml Indiscretion, which nnfit-- i Iim or sexual sue Por business, study or tnai rla?e. ltE(.r.XEUO coos at owv to Uio root of tlio disease that to why It l ure. It Is lira creatrst Ncne Tonic In the world that Uwhr It gives Ylcorand Action and restores ll:o Fire of Ypulh. It Is n marvelous Illood Purifier Uiat Is why the IMnli (.lour comes bark to fx-- iialc rliroks. I n!st uon. ha vine It KG EN B KO. lly mall 81.00 per Cm lw carried In ."iKt iwiki-tIsI. v lx fpc 8".0. We chrerfully refund t'ie tiKinrv where lv, boxes do not effect Cm litem (rue .A J. Ires tlio American Office of if 1:in ttlthlu cn.y reach of U poKiitvely uut Wasiing cnarunttl toturc rrrrv Amrrlran. f Slatster Motives of Dissenters Dragged Into the Glare of Public Print. EDITORS REVIEW THE SITUATION. Acts gently on the Tho efforts being marie- - to load the loyal Democrats of Kentucky Into a DrusUta. bolt against their splendid state ticket aept21-lwill fall flat Loyal party men are thoroughly aroused all over the state &! OVERCOMES LfrrQ Cn o and will see to It that the sinister motives of the dissenters are made known to all. Never In the history of the state PERMANENTLY rr did the party nominate a candidate so s3 : TS RSi. t0 thoroughly In sympathy with the massO es or so explicitly committed to measures which promise relief to the overBUT THE GtMUIN- t- MaM'fO Oy 5 S Kmf burdened taxpayer, as Hon. William rr r ef 59 Goebel, and the attacks made upon him tr at present are sure to recoil upon the '4, 2. roa &au criu oraccisi rmt lot m tctnt heads of his defamcrs. R The Democratic newspaper press of Jan5-l-y 3 HO W the state Is almost a unit for the LouO 3F isville ticket Past records of the boltCounty Court Days. B ers are dally being dragged Into the o2o2oo2. Farls, Bourbon county, first Monday. glare of print, and no one need be in c o tri? Richmond, Madison county, first Mon- the dark as to the designs of tho men oooooooo who would destroy the party organizaday. a .Lexington, Fayette county, second tion of the state and cause the Chicago platform principles and Bryan to go Pi O 2? Monday. down In-- defeat a a Stanford, Lincoln county, second MonFrom the newspapers over the state day. the following extracts on the situation Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- have been gleaned: day. BROWN'S CANDIDACY. Danville, Boyle county, third 'Monday. Ills Chief Aim Is to Wenkcn tho f3 Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Democratic Ticket. Ow Monday. Tho effort that is being made to lead S 3 3 2 3 3Bs Winchester, Clark county, fourth Democrats into a bolt against their state ticket is an attempt to disrupt Monday. tho Democratic party, and if successful "MM Versailles, wood ford county, fourth could have no other effect than to defeat Bryan in Kentucky next year. Monday. H2HH That Is what the Louisville and Nash ville wants. Never before In the history of the state did the party have a candidate so thoroughly In sympathy o G0000S000e80fleGG90GG0GGGGeGGGGGGG9 vlth the masses of the people, or so ? explicitly committed to the measures which promise relief. Parents, do you want cheaper books for your children? oo Shippers, are you in favor of enlarclnc oo the powers of the railroad commission OA oo so as to enable it to prevent extortion oo .OO and discrimination, or do you want the oo railroads to enloy such Immunity as os exempt them for oo will imposition of from all liability rob rates that will the oo you, and subject you to the payment eo oo of the highest freight rates that the -- oo traffic will bear, these cormorants getting oo your exorbitant prices for shipping products and all the profits that eo GOta oo are justly yours besides? Go oo "William Goebel stands for the enactGO oo ment and enforcement of statutes ino oo tended to provide cheaper Oo.' books for oo DON'T FORGET IT oo your children, the book trust having O) OO robbed the parents out of $300,000 last o OS year, and the limitation of the powers OO of eo the common carriers of the state eo to rob you. e He is the author of the oo GO oo law making gambling a felony, and of oo the statute which crushed the life of oo eo the lottery octopus. the o bolter. Is not eo John Young Brown, o eo in reality an aspirant for governor. He eo is posing as a candidate against Goeo oo bel, while In fact Joe Blackburn Is the OO eo man he is trying to defeat Everybody OO oo eo eo knows that Brown can not possibly oo eo hope to bo elected governor. His canoe oo didacy can have but one effect nameOo oo ly, to weaken the Democratic Oo ticket oo Go Choice Styles in Liiwus, Dimities, Wash eo and make the election of a Republican Go oo governor and legislature possible. GO eo Piques, Ginghams, and The deal so the oo Republicans iff for Brown to aid and GO to (tovernor eo legislature, and, elect a as GO going at SLAUGHthen, reward for Percales. eo GO oo his perfidy and treachery to his party GO , eo this Republican' legislature Is to elect GO TER PRICES eo Brown United States senator over Joe GO eo Go Is it possible that Mr. eo Blackburn. GO eo Brown can stoop so low as this? GO eo Jacksonville Hustler, Aug. 4. GO oo Oo oo SCIIOOLBOOK BILIi. GO oo GO eo A Study of tho Ilcforms Proposed by Oo oo OO tho Ctilnn aicnsurc. eo Go 13 eo In view of the fact that this Is the GO eo season of the year when the common GO eo schools GO county are beginning eo the fall of the nnil nnKinSo onH GO termRcniir eo GO eo dians are buying new books for their GO eo cnuaren ana waras, now is a good GO eo time for them to make a practical CUT PRICES OX ALL GO eo Rtlirlv nf t- Tl ( rdfnrmc npnnnooil In GO . "eo .u...u U1C Oo eo China schoolbook bill, (iiujAatu iubeen which ..... has Oo . 11- llin TlAm.tA.-eo I n H n D ERWEAR GO SUMMER eo form and "J lui-- icuiuviaiii; sitilt; Uiill.- GO condemned by the Republic- 1111 eo au GO siaie piauorm. oo GO OO This bill was passed by the Demo- Go For sale 111 BlDEAUX MEDICALGO.- - Cleanses ex dneys, Liver and Bowels System the EFFECTUALLY Never Before In . tho History of tlio State Did tho Party Have a Candl- - date Thoroughly In Sympathy With the Masses ns Is tho Hon. William Gocbel Press a Unit For tho Rullunt Leader. So Richmond by Perry & ThaniM, ...... EFFEC (auirniaTgSyrvp. ramiliar with the reforms In this df1 rectlon advocated in the Democratic platform. In the first place the Chinn bill provides that, within ten days after- - the bill becomes a law, the- - governor shall appoint a commission of seven citizens of Kentucky who shall be chosaa with special reference to their scholarly and business qualifications, one member to be chosen from each appellate district and not more than three of them belonging to the aame political party. This commission shall be known as the "Kentucky School Commission." Their term of office shall be tor four years, and their compensation shall be $5 per day and traveling expenses while In the actual discharge of their duties. No session of the' commission shall exceed 20 days at one time. As soon as the commission shall have been selected the superintendent of public instruction shall advertise for bids from all reliable publishing bouses in the United States for furnishing books for the schools of the state for a term of five years, each bid to be accompanied with a sample of the book or books proposed to be furnished and a deposit of 500 with the auditor for damages for failure to enter into a contract with tho state of their bid is accepted. The bids; shall state the kind and price of books to be furnished; the price at which they are supplied to dealers and the price at which the dealer Is to sell them to the citizen; the price at which all books now In use in the public schools of the state are to be taken in exchange for new books, and the price at which books will be mailed to purchasers. Before this contract is entered Into the publishing house shall file with the secretary of state a, bond for $10,000 for the faithful performance of the contract The bill then fixes the highest price which the commission shall pay for books to be sold at retail. These prices, as compared with the prices now being patd for books of tho same class, arc as follows: ' Speller ..... Fit. Header ............ Header.''..!....-- . .Third Reader Ponrtli Header Fifth Header Mental Arithmetic. .... ..r raid Price Now. .it .17 Price under China III1I 1 ' .10 53 .30 .42 .50 .72 f I - ii J . il --.20 .20 .40 .40 t .83 .? .25 I ,45 .40 .75 .45 .10 ".30 . : , u e..;; (!.. eo'" Oe. 'I THIS WEEK'S Kleraentnry Geography .55 Geography Complete . . 1.20 Elementary Grammar . .42 English Grammar conip .05 rhyslology and Hygiene 1.00 .DO Primary History V. S. History United States... 1.00 Composition .32 20 Langnage Lesson, 1 Language Lessons, II.... .25 CO Civil GoTernment rractlcal Urltbmetlc ... ' 25 50 iV I .so J .... V1 ' ! , VJ5, -- .15' .20 .45 Totals .$0.72 0.80 fC.SO Amt saved by Clilnn bill. ?2. 02 - ?. :. -- This saving of $2.92 applies to every child in ihe- state of Kentucky, and amounts to hundreds of thousands of dollors. Take" Barren county alone. There are In the public schools of this county, In round numbers, 8,000 children. A saving of $2.92 on each child means a saving of $23,360 to the patrons of the common schools of Barren county alone. This one plank in the Democratic platform ought to be enough to Insure the election of the state ticket by an overwhelming majority, and we bepeople have been made lieve, when-ththoroughly familiar with the questions at issue between the parties they will give the ticket beaded by Goebel the biggest majority received by a candidate since tho war. Glasgow" News, Aug. 8- Millions Given Away. Reduced r nces -- It is certainly gratifying to tho public to know of ono concern in the land who are not afraid to bo generous to the needy and suffering. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, bave given away over ten millions trial bottle? of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso-lntel- y cured thousands of hopeless-cases- . Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse ness and all diseaso of the Throat, Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on Perry & Thomas Druggist, Successors to W. G. White and get a trial bottlo free, regular size 50c and $1. Eyery bottle guaranteed, or pried re funded. MEN NOT WANTED. 3 - xll Two More Clnbs Organized by Elizabeth, N. J., Maids. t Louisville. Post. I 1P pa gg iQtop pHQ. j - 1- 1 OO BO Bo Bo- SO OO CO- to - AVoiuen's Go so OO GO OO Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price $1.50, can be purchased in the next Ten Days for $1.00 All others reduced. . . Go GO Oo OO GO GO GO GO Oo GO Go All sizes, good quality, at oo Oo Go Oo Go OO And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Cost. "Wholesale Prices. GO OO GO OO GO OO GO CO GO GO ..eo .eo ..eo Take advantage of this Re's duction Sale. Come to when you want to save money. Respectfully, Mc-Kee- GO GO lslature, and would be a law today but xor ine veto oi troyernor Uradley. It Is therefore no fault of the Democrats of Kentucky that It Is not the law now, but It will be the law next year Just as certainly as Goebel is elected governor, and that is almost & foregone conclusion, because when the people of Kentucky have made themselves thoroughly familiar with the reforms proposed by the Democratic state platform they will rally to the standard of the party advocating them in such numbers as will sweep the Republicans oft their feet and make the majority for Goebel so large and over-whelming that no attempt by the book trust to debauch members of the general assembly will be worth trying. The question of cheaper schoolbooks for the children of Kentucky is one that materially affects every man, woman or child in the commonwealth, and the- most surprising thing to us Is that anybody Democrat Republican, Populist or Prohibitionist should be opposed to any measure affording any relief whatever in that direction. oo Wo do not believe the rank and flle of either party will to eo a measure when they are familiar such with tho provisions of the bill, and before this campaign is over it will not be tho "OG fault of the Democrats it they are not eo .eo eo eo eo 08 eo oo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo oo eo oo eo eo eo eo eo eo oo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo eo .The Old Maids' Club, of Elizabeth N. J., organized several weeks ago, has; two rivals. The members of all the clubs meet in the several homes of the mouibois, and great secrecy is observed by tho members as to what transpires. Tho conduct of the absent members is reported upon by the several detoctives employed by tho clubs, and there is trouble for the girl who is reported as breaking the rules or divulging what is done in tho meetings. The attitude of the members against the men is depopulating the streets at night, and little promenading is done. There is strong talk in the various clubs of the men to form social clubs and theatre parties as well as ice cream parties, and to ignore the girls in all social gatherings. Unless the craze ceases soon there will not be a hat tipped on Broad street or in any of the frequented thoroughfares where the women are wont to be promenade afternoons, and ice cream dealers and liverymen will have to go out of business. The girls say that men are setting to horrid,"and that the formation of women's clubs is the only way to check the excessive use of tobacco. Last Thursday night the "A. C." met and elected officers and permanently bo PPPer, ""With Capron at El Canov," andI ianother installment of the 'fAdvea- 1 Short-horn- s were- tlio "market-top- tares of Gavin' Hamilton." ptirs" on Monday, a shipment. ot thirty Mr. John Keudrlck Bai gs has uever head of fancy steers touching i G0, written anything moro thoroughly and another prime lot of the same amusing than the first chapters of "The breed going at $0.50. Even tli'ese fiuuTes Eachantod Typewriter," which is now maybe excosdlng bforo oilr market appearing, in Harper's Weekly. In it bbv r bob mport Is put, to press Jost where iM Mr. Bangs again ventures- - atToss the will end no ono knovys. Advancing Styx for his. material, and a number of values nlwaystend to cliAck' consump tho famons'shades" whom we et in tion, except in the case of tho p'rime' the "Houseboat" "are introduced. Mr. ieiSs felt, cattle, where that influence Is Bang's story will bo foltovred by a rt 'as poOplii who breakfiist on tenderloins manco entitled "Witli Sword dine on rib roasts do notordinnrily and by E. S. Van Zile.' The'tfrst inconsult the market quotations when stallment of Mr. Van Zile's story will their appetites are concerned. Any appear early in September. 1$ will run very marked advance iu the cuts that through the winter months. go to a less extravagant trade will cerNeyerhas the practical "usefulness of tainly biive a teudency to check and turn buyers toward Harper's Bazar been more thoroughly JOc. meats, but pock and mutton are both proven than in its recent numbers. may selling at pretty .ntronir prices, so that Among tiin most-usefufeatures 25c. 50c the situatiou'is rather unusual. Willi bo mentioned Dr. Grace Mnrry's papers Injured," Mrs excellent export inarkots, a homo de on '"First Aid mand that is almost unprecedented, Bird's lessons iu ('Bonnet Trimming," ana constantly decreasing supplies and Miss DoForest's letters on European those who.-studthe conditions most fashions. There is always a pletitifulji . .. I I I.. ...i closely can see nothing but high prices miiiy iut isinin kiuhvb, imui iiii.iiiikji.: for 80ino timo.lii the future. The me- Matthew' novol. "A Confident; Todium to common grades are less affect- morrow," which is Slilljtin ilsearlyj ed and are in good supply, but tiiey chapters, promises to be ono of "the will not sudor ns much as usual this most interesting studies of lifo among season from tho competition from the Now York's artistic and liherary sot range as tho- supply of branded cattle which has yetbeen written. f. will be curlailed. 'Hie leading markotsl C0EFEEF0k THE" INEBRIATE: f show a decrease for the year thns far of nearly C0.000 head, and lu'the face' of A traveler has mndo tho observation this the demand can produce only .one that cofTee-d- i inking people are very Compel 3'ou to trade with, us result. Happy tlio man whoso good seldom given to drunkenness. In judgment led him to feed good corn to when you give us a trial. instance, where collee is good cattle. He need not now be eo Brazil, for grown extensively, and all tho iudabi-tan- ts very, particular about figuring in tlio drink it many times a day, intoxi;3 of tho manure when Jiu is balancvalue cation is' rarely seen. The effect is not ing liis.cattle-feediii- g accounts. Breed only noticeable among the natives, but ers' Gazette. 339 35 the foreigner who settles there, thongh possessed of over such a passion for Red Hot I'rom Thfi Gun Was the ball that hit G. U.Steaduian strong drink, gradually loses his liking g of Newark, Mich., iu the Civil War. It for alcohol as ho acquires tho habit of the Brazilian.. ii caused horriblo Ulcers that no treat ment licljicd for 20 years. Then Buck- A pretty young lady dropped her leu's Arnica Salvo cured him. Cures, dainty lace handkerchief at a State Cuts, Bruise?, Bump, Boils, Felons street corner the other afternoon. A The ladies cannot be deceh ed Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure. dapper young man aiid a newsboy by catchy phrases nor on earth. 25 cts. a box. Cure' guaran Both saw it drop aiid simultaneously All bombastic claims. teed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Drug made a grab for for it, and each got a we have to say is, we buy cists. 3 corner, in the best nnrkets of Let go; I've got it," whispered the TO INCREDULOUS SPHSTERS. WARNING fellow to tlio boy. the world, select the laLet go votirself !" shouted the newsy. test goods, and when you The tender love as a pretense under "I've got it." which to eet money fromau unmarried buy you know j'ou have While the man was apparently whiswoman, when tins samo is not real, is te boy the latter pering the bribe to the the latest, held not to be an offense under law. suddenly jerked the lianker'chief out of goods. Is that what tou A case in point has just been decided his' hands and handed it to the smiling by the supremo court of the state of girl, with the remark: want? IE so, trade with 'Dat guy wanted to tnako a mash, I Oregon. There lives in that State a gurss, but I caught de snnfler first." spinster, possessed of Tho crowd laughed, and tho ''guy" considerable wealth as well as charm. suddenly moved on. Chicago News. Life being lonely, slio accepted tho advances of a deceitful 6lratiger who avowed that never nntil he-h- ad met AND hor did his heart betray its weakness. Under the guise of this coming rapprochement he "touched" the lady, K CALDWELL'S as the phrase is, for a liberal amount of money and then his lovo began to cool. INDIGESTION. " Wc have three children. Before the It was under these circumstances one ray wife used four botthat the lady sought about for a rem- birth of the last edy which she located in a suit for ob- tles of MOTHER'S FRIEND, if you had the children, you could sec at taining money under false pretenses. pictures of ourtbe last one a g ance that From justice court np to the tribunal of Is healthiest, prettiest and last resort, tho case dragged its way, all. being ably ' championed on both sides My wife thinks Mother's by gallant attorneys, who felt that Friend is the greatest great questions of State were involved and grandest in it. The lower courts were inclined remedy in the to side with the lady, but when the world' for expecsupreme court was reached tiiere was tant mothers." Written by a KenVhite Sulphur and an end of gallantry aud a resort to tlie. tucky Attorney-- at -- Law. cold logic of law. Chalybeate. Pleasure That body held that "the proteose by a man that iio is unmarried, upon and Health Resort. which ho procures money from a woman on a promise of marriage, is insufOPENof the ficient to make ' him punishable for FBIEsB prevents nine-tentchildsuffering incident to false pretenses through himself as a birth, i he coning mother's 1st 18 false token." disposition and temper remain unruffled There is one comfort at least in this throughout the ordeal, because this relaxdecision for irate ladies, and that is tho ing, penetrating Uniaieat relieves the Ou the II. N. I. & 15. Railroad and tlie oillcial declaration that a man is worth- usual distress. A mother Kentucky River, in the midst of child. is pretty sure to have a less as collateral. Mountain- and Romantic Scenery. The patient is kept In a strong, healthy Tho White Sulphur is a specific for Chester H. Brown, Kalamazoo, condition, which the child also inherits skin and kidney troubles; tho Mich., says: "Koddl Dyspepsia Cuie Mother's Friend takes a wife through the Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot crisis quickly and almost painlessly. I cured mo of a severe caso of indigesSulphur llaths in the house. tion: can strongly recommend it to all assists in her rapid recovery, and wards Digests what you ett off the dangers that so often follow dedyspeptics." jSFFor lurtber particulars address, without aid from tho stomach, mid livery. cures dyspopsia. Perry & Thomas. ScM by druggists f or J 1 a bottle. I Prop'r,, A post ofiico lias been established at THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. . ATLANTA, OA. Reno, Pulaski county, K) . GOOD CATTLE SELL.AT - HM5H PRICES. PLEASE TRY myw l ALL DRUGGISTS. to-th- e - Oar Goods AIND - Our prices . & Thill's why you want to see them $5" before you buy. Wo mean $ our ' x " p3 r Insurance cofleo-drinkin- Gasoline g Stove. 3 if up-to-da- ? well-preserv- white Gibson Children SDR. FOUND ONLY AT THE PEPSIN II ESTILL 0 Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. SPRINGS Screen Doors, Water Coolers, PTfiLTS Refrigerators, Champion Bin- ders and Mowers, Hay Hakes, Binder Twine, Etc. mchl-l- y -- hs hi good-natur- ed good-mtur- ed A BOON TO MANKIND! DTABLER'S BUCK EYE it 2 01 J rn M n KEEP COOL BY TAKING A LAKE TRIP. Send for our free illustrated book written expressly for expectant mothers. H( rnw 31 m lfci.T'ijiTOagg InrqPlmLli may3l-ii- IRVINE, KY. ll "t Visit Picturquo Mackinac, tlio island of cool breezes, or tho 30000. islands, tlie Georgian Bay Route. Travel via D. &. C, the Coast Line, to the Northern Summer Resorts. So ml 2, emits for illustrated pamphlets. Address A. A. SoiiANTZ, G, P. A. Detroit, Mich.. 1mm QUEEN Color's, Fair, -- I35ECOfiOMIST RANGES y CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 75 cents; bottles, so cents. JAMES F. 2ALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. LITERARY NOTES The September number of the'"N6W CRESCENT ROtJND For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. i""-- ' ROUTE. "just too - organized. GO GO GO OO OO .eo eo eo oo Oo OO Oo o OO OO OO OO OO . cs Go OO "OG ."eo eo "OG eo :- eo eo eo eo "OG eo G eo eo oo oe eo The meaning of the letters "A. C." has been kept a secret, but yesterday prying ears heard that' the letters stood for "Angel' Club'." th'e In another section of the-citV' TRIP. Lippiucott" is overflowing with interest ONE FARE M-of every attractivo sort Thore is abundant and varied fiction, beginSee small bills or ask ticket agents lor ning with tlie complete novel by particulars. Maurice Hewlett, and including papers by Ruth McEnery Stnart, Mrs. Schuyler Crowiiinshield, E. F. Benson Maurice Thompson and Albert Bigolow Paine; there is matter for yachtsmen and for tho veterans of tho G. A. R. ; (IN KENTUCKY.) there, is literature, social life, picturSchedule In effect Jena 11, 1809. esque hiatory, and national interests. EASTBOCNIX No.1. No. 3. Everybody is served witii his favorite T.V ..wu3 , .uw ...... , 7.40am No. 5. 7.45pn T.f.,llullla I. oopm Shelbyvllle 0.08am &L33pm 9.07pn dish and each will like the choice of all Ar La'renceb'g. Ar fl.fkSnm ft 25pm Q.5ortn the. rest. Ar VersalUes. 10.18am 6.47pm lO.OSpn Madison Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED 1863. SOUTHERN JAMES T. HAMILTON, Roofing, Guttering and General Puopuietok. Lrffly. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign r nd American Marble and Granite. . Job Work. no oo oo. j oo;.. o::--- eo eo eo eo ggggo'gggggg! A - : 5SEI&SD liJ BMeU ?iO MONEY m . cnt tun to tit. and wlli mi1 roti ntta u.ru 1 fnund rrrfrctlr uUtTfccter. ctUAir lbcrti mIJ M fclfit rvuriti i.t-'-.i Sod TUt 2Sprxin-1adti- ,rT?B, Huur &pociai uiicr auj rreifhitriiarceaV Tli niiti bins price V,J,JV' weMirho fretrht ill irein.- - 7i lor rtu- h CJ7E IT THREE MOUTHS T.IIALin rnur phu t ,: .y y..a flrc not . utfati H rrturn cir t n. mila. uit- .mur tt-tlff B t 7ettiGi-r- i - rroiiUJt Value oCtsr.nc .V F.WARE OF tRgiTATIONg iMiimwG - oir.rrd brauy hou 'e. r.iu nrfcCD.l?rfcrt m xuunc- - wtiii , aa Irr ar- tuue fffeaJ U Otlau. l -- -!) . .ri vHjfervW-Vs 1;"i.'L- Sv tt 'tearur.mu limit r.t am....i .... . u r.. tllfll r QVAHTE" C.'.VEP SOt t" 11. . irra , . E.iL -: The pursuit of pleasure is often p as uangerous lo life as the pur suit of "the bubble reputation ,een at the cannon's mouth." Late hours, the breathing of a vitiated atmosplier s, rich foods, and irregular rest, must result in a depleted vitality There is a feelintr of languor, the appetite fails, sleep does not refresh, life loses its interest, and nervousness or hysteria may make life miserable. The preservation of the healthful tone of the body depends chiefly on keeping the blood pure,- and the stomach and other organs of digestion aad nutrition in a condition of health. When any of mentioned symptoms appear the timely use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will restore the body to a healthy equipoise. It purifies the blood, nourishes the nerves, and restores the deranged stomach and its allied organs to a condition of sound health. There is no alcohol, whisky or other stimulant contained in "Golden Medical Discovery." " I was troubled with very frequent heauadies the-abov- e " Girls Bachelors Club "was organized with almost the same ironclad rules and regulationa'as the other two clifbs have concerning the late of girls whdf are caught trying to attract tlie attention of unless it is shown that he is a brother, first cousin, father dr brother-in-laor uncle. For wounds, burns, scalds eoYesin diseases and all irritating eruptions, nothing so soothing and healing as De Witt's Witch HHzel Salve. Mrs. Em ma Bolles, Matron Englewood Nursery, Chicago, says of it: When all else fails iu healing our babies, it will cure.' Perry & Thomas. SHIPS "TELL WHERE THEY . ABE, A novel The author of Forest Lovers"" has found a theme planned by history for his romantic-pon- . In "The Duchess of Nona," tho leading novel in tho "New Lipincott," he paiuts a lingo dramatic canvas in hues- - varying from grim tragedy to idyllic love. , Ar Lexington 10.45am WKSTBonwn. Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar No. Lexington Versailles. La'renceb'g Shelbrvllln. Louisville 11. ... B.lSnm 10.40am 7.15pm lasspn No. 6. No. NaT 7.30am LSSpra 5.l5an 7.55am 4.52pm E.37an asoam 5.15T1TT1 5.55aa i FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY Those who arc contemplating buying Marhlo, Granite, or any kim! Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at tho old stand in tin- n if of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find Constantly on L.n a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all c1a'K buyers. WMr. W. G. GOUOHER, ono. of tliebestworkmeiiinCent .il Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory "'t in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to ns for dew-- 1 which will be furnished on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED."! - i ft 05pm 7.85pm 7.55an WESTBOUND. No. 11 INa 14' "7.85pirJ ia0an a Kan EABTDOUHD. i. rc r'H .4 I rfff& s m- ;'. Adums, onnccts at Lcjtmrion daily ..i- J meoptng enrs to Chattanooga. with through l:i tlie September of Harper's Round yiit wJU irtit t " x nml b a ftlr tabl. til r and iew Orleans and throcghjilr-ucUm p Jul! 'ni,-tand head In Jaco for setwlnc mscovery ana ma so with such satisfactory reTable, Dan Beard tells the boyshnw to f ram Chattnnoopa to AUanta, Maconand Jackfraiw, cerrcrt. jianclfj, rnbo?icJ and sults that before finishing the third bottle I t'elt 4rwfr. Iiri ISM Fk1 sonville. airk-.:rj.ircr vullreft-nnfvwrtPrtLsVaTlui? i.mrli. t rs perfectly fible to undertake the duties attending There's always hope while there's One huijd and furnish tho "Daniel Boone r'.i Imlt Trains No 3 and 4. through sleepla gears beIm of ni 'ttr trri.t!r KliHtt law liLrw An trait. tween Loulsvlllo and DlrmtoKhrm; connecting foar aiotln fMd, lf tareatllns TiUrat" public school life. I most heartily advise tlvjse Minute Cough Cure, "An attack of tni;atmttlo,cutofutlf babMn rlnrtcr. aUnrta.Wft ftrarlnvs, patent teutcu suflerins: with indigestion, and its attendant pneumouia left my lungs iu had shape Log Cabiu," and Illustrates his article ShftI,'"?t(m u'Lth thl")U'fh Oilman sleeper iltiraU;.trtiioa(tKiM(nu1irrl, astjaftcM foot, lmproTcd ilmttW evils, to give this great medicine a fajr trial. " 1.r, rteitlrriiard hrrull- koadjiouielr decorated rat.nt and I was near the first stages of con- with drawings that P.how exactly the Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse sumption. One Minute Cough Cure way the work should he done. The h Columbia. Savannah and Jackson ville. tiurU( a1 aworMt lt(MM rvmm'Jtc, CUAAN i EEO nttblMt ii. awJ Mr Vren Imtrurtlfin llrtAk g1ik alllt and regnlilte completely cured me," writes Holon stories of tho number arc4 The McWill-iam- s tween tod,iT "?.e Slth. villa and LexingtonbetrHnt LomiimUG. Shelby s:o jijn or any kh'ilof fkiwy rork. tT- tun r nwt rtnitwr -i n ijr.. vi a .tfis the stomadt. MrTJenrv, Bisinak, N. D. Gives instant tl.. r sv jrit Sunday. Othe? trains dally. Special," by Charles Broughttfa; A.Wallyoxoept & T.A., .liver !itii r ellei. Perry & Thomas. V w ltn Ihoxi r" &T.SWT. P A.T.A. V "S40.00 lwwcls.TH.try "My Duel with Yellow Hand," by Mr jv aro nroducc oiirThe Jiumbet'Of enlistments Saturdnv Colonel Cody (Birliala Tljtt; ami "The oa the for tlio PKjllppiues wereSEARS, ROnUCK & CO. (inc.) Chicago, III. rcaueut benefit and do not Cruise- of tho Alfaratai" My Sopliip. ' For stt b; Bluo Grass Furniture Eystem. Gap is igeutle lasaUve, ar rl -fra total of 14,852. cTSvt". Therv is also, a Stirriw: war Co., RichuKii! twentv-foue Dlrm-Ingha: Hi OAK j if-- l. h Ui-l- f method of detecting the sound as a steamship's propellers has been invented by au Italian. He has inado an apparatus which is a varia tion of .the telephone Several trans mitters are submerged and arranged on land, or to point in different direc tions, all being connected with n re coiver on board another ship. The di rection in which Ihe sound is loudest often accompanied by severe vomitln-;,write" indicates the point of the compass in Miss Mary Eell Bumincrton. of San Diego. Sural Co. Texas. "Bowels were irregular and my which tho distant ship ia to be looked stomach and liver seemed continually out of for, Experiments have shown that a order Often I could eat almost nothing- tor r hours at a time. 1 was entlrrlv un ship's propellers botray its whereabouts fit for work, and system run down. I was advised to try. ur. nerce-- uoiaen Medical a a distance of six miles. . s One of the most interesting features iu the September Harper's is an article entitled "Behind the Pink Walls of tlie Forbidden City," by a writer signing himself "Cathy." It tells, as uono of despatches have told, the of the drama which has been played about the Chinese throne, and throws a now light ou the character of the Dowager Empress. Tho number also contains a powerful article by Mark Twain, in which he discusses the present position of the Jews and its underlying causes. Other valuable features are: Leila Hcrbett's article on I'The First American, his Homes and Household," short stories by Seuinas MacManua, Frederic Beniington, Wil-mPrice, Brander Matthews, and W. B. Van I n ecu. There are also further instalments of "Their Silver Wedding Journey," "The Princess Xenia," and Pr.VyethVLife of General Forrest." the-press liiNo. STATIONS. 4.00pm r.v fitiKvii fl.30pm 10.00am Lv Larncbrf Ar T.lSpra 10.43am Ar TTrYv.ehr.w T.30pmi 10.55am lAr Uurgln. . Lvl EASTBOnSD. txiopm fUOaa 4.25nm 4.15pm 7.ftaa 7.303B Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Macfiine. WISTBOUKD. No. 15.!tNo76i 8TATION8. No 18. ItNo. 68 4.00pm7.40am Lv LouIstII Arl0.40am 7.pa o.ajpm; v.uam Lv ShelbvilAr 9.12am 6.85pB 6.50pm;iaS5am T.v Vfell,c A. 7o-.4.S5PB T.IOnm H lltam f.4upmiia,or)pml lAr Georirta Lvl 7.9Bam isepu 7.00am 3.001X1 BASTPOCMD. 1. ItNo. 5. 7.40am 4.00pm WESTBOUND. BTATIOirs. JHMES T. HPC7VYIL.TON, Proprietor. de-fa- ils No. 10.Sam ll.Wpm 1.05pm 11.02am s.r0pm Lv VersUes Ar T.oOam 7.35pm ArTJIchlvlU Ar 38am 8.20pm Lv Louisvil Ar tNo. 6.tNo. Z 7.35HC ArKichmndLv Ar Irrloe Lv aoopK L4&PK STATIONS. TfoT ' Lv Louisville... Ar Lexlngtoa.. AT- - Nol.3. lit ot Ctara Ar Asheville Ar Savannah 5. Guam Ar Jacksonville 9.00am Ar Chattanooga . &5am Af Auama 10.45am 11.50am Ar Macon 1.10am 25pm Ar Jacksonvlllo . . . 9.10am 9.10am Lv Ch&ttanooga Ar lilrmingham Wim Ar Meridian, Ar New Orleans i Trains Nos. 1, 8, 5 and 6, between Louisville arry FrC0 0bserval103 Chair i k'tldTvllIn 7.40am 7.45nm 1145am jiaropm 7.(0pm 7,45am VtOam l.IOpa Why Suffer Agony ? "When DON'S COMPLETE 111 to tqcure you. 11 is tho discovery of an eminent physician. 1 PILE CURE is guaranteed i n-I- No Knife No Interrujiiion of Business Rotary Motion swi Ball Bearings Tho first treatment brings immediate relief. tj has cured thousands, and will euro you. MllTs S. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politrdtan and chief of tlio Chattanoof a Pixo Department says : s -t l rec"Alter ycar of sulTcrlng, DON'S PILE OlNTMENT-waommended to me. Tlie use of one box effected a permanent cure. I voluntarily give you this ttatemcst, Hoping it will be thft incans of bringing your AvoiiUorful remedy to the attention of. others suffering with plies." j. tt-- t i" Pries $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. CHATTANOOGA, r Ks-- Virf.wri to rt DON CHEMICAL COMPANY. TENN. baIm-!- . I 5 - tj - Jk i r A i 'ii re-a- gt - g -