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The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, -
See notice of Alrs Williamson's
The weather is delightfully cool
A new stock of vehicles now coming
in at Douelsoii'fi.
See R. N. I. & B. low rates to
Chattanooga elsewhere in this issue.
Mrs- Williamson's school opens
Monday, Sept. 6. Sec notice elsewhere.
Remember the big Balo of property
of W. K. Boggs deceased. See ad.
Donelsou's big ware room is about
empty, but it will bo full again in a few
Poosey has an epidomic of
typhoid fever, duo to bad water- No
Mrs. W. G. Whito will resume
her music class Sept. 13, 1897, at Hotel
Glyndon. aug 11-lm
. Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show at
Loxftigton Aug. 25. One faro for
rund trip on C. & 0.
The people know a good thing when
they pee it. and they know that Donel-eon's
is the place to find the best vehicles.
Mrs. G. W. Pickels will resume
her music class at her horac on Third
street, Monday, Sept. 6. aug 4-lm
Miss Mary Pattie will resume her
class in voice culture and piano at her
home on Socond street, Sept. 0.
A pair of lady's low shoes found
on pike on Saturday. Pay fifty cents
for this netice, describe shoes, and
Dempsey Wilder, for
stealing James Dozier's watch
at Red House was held over to Circuit
The circus will carry away a part
of the profits on the wheat crop. Bui
the fathers must work while the
Leonard Riddeli, mother, wife and
baby were thrown from their buggy
near Kingston on Monday and all
wcrf bruised up.
According to the Democrat. J. S.
Collins bought in "Winchester of
Engle. 42 head of cattlo at 4 cents,
to bo delivered Nov. 10.
There w ill be a big basket dinner at
the Ruthton Christian church on Sunday
next. Rev. J. W. Pratlier will conduct
the services. Everybody is cordially invited
Burglprs and footpads are plying
their vocation in a daring manner at
Paris. Keep your doors locked and
your guns cooked, and give the rascals
a warm reception.
Itev. J. Robert Boatman filled his
pulpit at Mt. Zion on Sunday. Ue returned
on Saturday from Columbus,
I iid , v here he has been assisting in a
1 irge protracted meeting.
If you want to be astonished call as
we did on S. L. MidkifTaud examine his
line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and
nud wagons and get his prices for same.
The jtoorcst can afford to ride in a vehicle
at In prices. tf
Sitting Bull Enright's real Indians
will go on the war path at Silver
Creek next Saturday. Rain-in-the-face
Vinegar Bill will pitch for the
Creeks. A great game, predicts
A special train w ill be run to Irvine
to-morrow for the benefit of the Irvine
Christian church. Capt Thomas will
throw the Estiil Springs grounds open
to the excursionists on that Hay. Take
a pleasant outing and spend the day at
the famons Springs.
J. J. McGinnis, auctioneer, reported
about 75 cattle on the market, Monday.
He sold ten heifers at $13 perliead 12 or
13 steers common and long yearlings, at
118. Milch cows from $25 to S30. Quite
a number of horses from 530 to $50, one
mule 3 3 ear old at $49. About500 sheep
on the market bold privately.
The Silver Creek base ball team
played a 'double-header" Saturday at
Silver Creok and won both games, defeating
Point Leavell by a score of 17
to 8 in the morning game, and Paint
Lick 10 to 7 in the afternoon. Siiver
Creek will next tackle tho Richmond
team on Saturday, but "Umbrella"
Jack says they will then drop their
Dr. Tutelage gives this characteristic
recipe of the Chautauqua, which embraces
lils idea of the good it has done and is
doing. "First, get an immense caldron;
then put into it a lot of John Wesley's
sermons. Stir them up well. Next throw
in a lot of Presbyterian catechisms, and
sir them up. Now throw iu some
pravcr books. Stir them vigorous
ly. With all of this mix just enough old
Baptist -Rater to moisten it well. When
you have done this you have the
One drop of the concoction will
k.U the most stubborn bigot that ever
L. & N. Excursion.
Excursion to Cincinnati and return
Fridayr August 27th. Special Train will
leave Richmond 6.50 a. m. 51.50 round
trip. Returning Train will leave Fourth
Street Station, Cincinnati, 10.30 p. m.
Kuper Hood, Agent.
Drowned In The Kentucky River.
Wm.S. Adams, brother of Rev. P.
F. Adams, and undo of editor Adams,
was acctdently drowned in the
river near Nolan's Creek on Friday.
He was a Union Veteran, aged 53, and
leaves a wife and several children.
County Attorney Cobb Complimented.
County Attorney J. Tovis Jobb was
complimented by a resolution passed by
the Magistrates of tho Fiscal Court, at
their last meeting, commending his
faithfulness and efficiency as County Attorney,
and particularly for his negotiations
for ffee turnpikes.
Immense Yield Per Acre.
Millers estimate the yield of Shelby j
county to be between 350,000 and 400,
000 bushels. Tho record for tho highest
Tield per acre is held eitner by Mr. Sam
Brown, of the Cbristiauburg neighborhood,
or by Mr. Jordan Harris, at something
over 45 bushels per acre.
To The People.
I am a candidate for the. office! of
County Attorney of Madison. If elected,
my rule of conduct in the office Bhall
be, "equal and exact justice to all people;
to the rich and poor alike." It shall
be my constant endeavor to secure a pru
dent and economical administration of
the fiscal affairs of the coanty, and thus
reduce the exesee? e rate ef taxation., I
solicit your aid. 383Tl?. ??"" -
W. R. Smith's College, LexinjrtOB, Ky.
Is where hundreds of clerks, farmer boya
and others have invested $90 for tuition
and for an educatiou and are now
getting $1000 and over a oar. Read ad.
Hud keep this notice for refrence. Remember
in order that your letters may
reach this college to address only W. K.
SMITH, Lexington, Ky.
Young Peoples Christian Union, Indianapolis,
For the above meeting, the Southern
Railway has arranged for rate of fareand
one-third for the round trip on certificate
plan. The Southern Railway via Louisville
is the quickest and best route to
Indianajwlis, running triple daily trains
to Louisville with iree chair cars. See
Nearest Southern Railway for particulars.
Wm. H. Tayloe, A..G. P. A.
Moliee to Threshcrmcn.
The Climax wants the reports of the
threshermen to make up its estimate of
the yield of w heat in Madison county.
We will be greatly obliged if every man
in the county who has been operating a
thresher will send us a statement of the
total amount of wheat he has threshed in
Madison county this season.
Drop a postal card to "The Climax,
Richmond, Ky.," and we will highly appreciate
Bluo Grass Wheat Crop.
A dispatch from Lexington says: "The
wheat crop this year will be better in
the Blue-grass region than it has been
for a decade. A large acreage was soA'n
last fall, and the yield is far above the
average, Fayette connty alone will produce
nearly 300,000 bushels against 116,-000
last year. The surounding counties
of Bourbon, Clark, Madison, Garrard,
Mercer, Woodford, Franklin andJScott
will also produce a great deal more of
wheat than usual.
Thirty Years Ago.
We inadvertenUy wrote of the Democratic
National Convention of 1SCS as being
held in Chicago, whereas it was iu
New York, and this brings to memory
the departed friends whom wo accompanied
and met there. In our sleeper
were Gens. Desha and Preston, Gov. Mc-Creary
and Judge Turner, of Richmond.
Gov. McCreary and ourbelf only are living.
The late Sam Smith, brother of
Congressman Mark Smith, entertained
us, or rather gave us room at his
house. Paris Kentnckian.
To The Battlefields. 270 Round Trip.
Grand low rato excursion from
Nicliolasvillo to Chatanooga, Lookout
Mountain and Chicamauga
Fields via the Queen & Crcscnl Route,
Saturday, August 21st. Good to return
August 23rd. Good on all regular
trains on dates named.
See small hand bills for particulars
of this, the greatest excursion of the
season Beautiful scenery enrouto.
Historic Grounds and unsurpassed
views at Chattanooga.
W. C. Rixearsox,
Gen'l Pass'r Agent.
National Fox Hunters Rice'.
The National Fox Hunters' Association
meets in Cyiitiiiuiiu on November
15, which comes on Monday. The first
lay consists of a derby race. This race is
for hound puppies under eighteen
months old. The premiums to be awarded
to the pup showing the best judge
ment in finding red fox and pursuing
him when started, speed, endurance, etc,
included. The next day following the
Deiby the Champion Stakes will bo decided.
This race includes all dogs eighteen
months old and over. The prizes
to be awarded same as Derby.' Every
fox hunter is invited to be present with
hi3 docs. AH dogs within a radius of fifteen
miles of Cynthiaua are ruled out.
So Say We All.
It gives us pleasure to 6tate on the
authority of a leader of the National
democrats in this county tnat they are in
line this lime ior tho democratic county
ticket and will ote it almost to a man.
We were satisfied that these men who
were led by conviction to part company
witn us for a season could be depended
upon to stand with us in the local races,
especially after they 6aw what a mese
the republicans were making of things
and since they have presented a ticket
that if elected, will make matters infinitely
worse. Let every man who hss
the interest of his country at heart come
up to the help of the righteous and all
will bo well in November and thereafter.
Big Estate Divided.
The Commissioners appointed by the
court to divide among the heirs of the
late B. M. Osborn, of Scott County, his
landed estate, have made the following
distribution. The estate consists of 3,176
acres of land on the Cincinnati pike and
two town lots in Georgetown: To SL Clair
Griffith, 130 acres; B. O. Griffith, 200
acres; Annie DeHaven, 245 acres! J. O.
Finks, 497 acres; B. O. Graves, 155 acres;
Warner C. Graves, 155 acres; Alonzo
Graves, 177 acres; J. B. Graves, ISO acres
and one town lot; George T. Graves, 165
acres: J. C Fluke. 552 acres and one town
lot; J. A. Fluke, 220 acres and one town
lot; Cora Griffith, 55 acres: J. W. Griffith,
81 acres and one town lot.
Off With Their Heads.
Editor B. J. Newlon, formerly of this
city, says in his excellent Owenton Herald:
Major D. G. Morgan, disbursing officer
of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing,
tias lost his job because the Republicans
wanted tho place for one of their
own men. This is right. It is said that
C. M, Johnson, Chief of that bureau,
who is Morgan.s son-in-law, will also be
removed. This, too, will be very gratifying.
Johnson is the fellow that
to be a Democrat when ho was
appointed to this fat position, but registered
and voted as a Republican at the
last Presidential election, thus hoping to
hold his place. It affords us a peculiar
delight to see the headsman's axe applied
in such cases.
Centuries ago. people used to fear
what they called a pestilence. Black
Death was the most terrible thing in the
world to them. They fear it as people
now fear the Cholera and Yellow Fever.
And yet there is a thing which causes
and more deaths than any
of theso. It is so common that nine-tenths
of all the sickness in the world is
traceable to it. It is merely that simple
common thing, constipation. It makes
pie listless, and causes dizziness,
headarhes, loss ofappetite, loss of sleep,
foul breath and distress after eating.
The little help needed is furnished by
Dr, Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. One pill
is a gentle laxative and two a mild
Once used, always in favor. If
vou are careless enough to let an unscru
pulous druggist sell you something on
which ho makes more money t it Is your
own fault if you do not get well. Be sure
and get Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
Send, twenty-one cents
Btauiiw to World's Dispensary. Medical
Association, Baffklq, N. Y,,.acdXeceve
Bf? Pierce'sJOOS page "Common Snse
" ' ' ft r j, ". .. -
4"" - .
$12.30 to Buffalo
and return, account
G. A. R. National
21, 22 &234 good returning-
20, '97, via L. & N.
C53F5G3 This is the omcial
route from Ky.
An Old Preicher.
Elder G. E. Sweeney, now past his
91st year, father of Elder J. 8. Sweeney,
pastor of Paris Christian chutcb, occupied
his son's pulpit Sunday morning,
commanding the closest attention of his
audience. It was touching to see how
this old servant of God nerved himself
for this effort, and to those who listened
to him and watched the lagging movements
of his limbs once so lithe, there
was truly something pathetic that produced
a feeling of deepest veneration for
the nonoeenarain who for 65 years haa
been a faithful worker in his Master's
moial vineyard, and has given four eons
to the same good cause. Tho world is
the bettor for his living in it. The good
old man is still willing to do what he can
in the army of the Lord, although standing
upon the edge of life, with his armor
catching the lijrht of Eternity's sun
In Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and
America, the five great continents, Shaker
medicines are being used by snfFering
humanity for the cure of sickness and
Never was there any such universal
demand never such wonderful results.
Shaker Digestive Cordial, a cure for
indigestion, is prepared from roots and
herbs, and is a natural remedy, which
cures by aiding nature and not by fighting
Shaker Digestive Cordial makes those
fat, who have become thin by not digesting
It restores the spirits and the appetite
of those whoarc dejected and fagged out
from the wearing effects of indigestion.
It relieves the symptoms of dyspepsia
and after using for a reasonable time,
finally cures the complaint.
Sold by druggists. Trial bottle 10c
The Blaycr of Vill Miller at Cumber
land Gap has not been captured.
WISE WEN KNOW-
It is folly to build upon a poor foundation,
either in architecture or in health,
a foundation of sand is insecure, and to
deaden symptoms by narcotics or nerve
compounds is equally dangerous aud deceptive.
The true way to build up
health is to keep your blood pine, rich
and nourishing by taking Hood's
Hoot's Pills act easily and promptly on
the liver and the bowels. Cure sick
August 7, twelve carloads of livestock
were shipped from Sonora, Hardin county.
Mr. Katanael Mortonson, a well
known citizen of Isbpeming, Mich., and
editor Superior Posted, who, for a long
time, sufiered from tho most excruciating
pains of rheumatism, was cured,
eight years ago, by taking Ayres
having never felt a twinge of it
Lonuie Hill, a Louisville brakcinan, was
badly mangled by a train at Campbells-burg,
The hair, when not properly cared lor,
Iofcs its lustre, becomes crisp, harsh, and
dry, and falls out freely with every
combing. To prevent this, the best
dressing in the market is Ayer's Hair
Vior. It imparts tiiat silky gloss so essential
to perfect beanty.
A great many peach trees in Hardin
county have had limbs broken by the
heavy load of peaches.
DandrutT is an exudation from the
pores of the skin that spreads and dries,
forming scurf and causingtho hair to fall
out. Hall's Hair Renewer cures it.
Mr. Ben Strange, well known to the
Capital hotel at Morganfield.
That rasping in the throat is a forerunner
of lung irritation. In such cases
Dr. Bell'B Pine Tar Honey gives almost
instant relief. It is fast becoming famous
as a remedy for all affections of the
throat and lungs.
Pallid faces indicate pale, thin blood.
Rosy cheVcshow the pure, rich blood
resulting from taking Hood's
The Smithland Banner has been enlarged
to a seven-column paper, and
greatly improved in appearancer"
Thero are some people who never
wear dark glasses and yet they never see
anything bright: it's the people who are
dyspeptic ami soured. Everything is
out of joint witli such people. " I suf
fered many years with Dyspepsia arid
liver troubles but have boon relieved
since taking Simmons Liver Regulator.
I know others who have been greatly relieved
by its use." James Nowland,
Robert Stanley was shot and killed by
his brother-in-law, Caleb Lane, in Letcher
Whoa You Taka Your Vacation.
the most necessary article to have with
you (after your pocket book) is a bottle
oi Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute
prevention or cure of all derangements
of tho bowels caused by a change of
You are likely to need it.
Strikers and deputy sheriffs clashed at
Dcarmits mines and blood shed.
Mrs. Williamson will reopen her
Select Primary School at her home on
Seventh t. tho first Monday in September.
Your patronage is solicited.
Many of the who went to
Alaska are selling their outfits and returning
Ycu and. Your Oran.4otiior
Are removed from each other by a span
of manvvears. He travelled in a slow
going stage-coach while vou take the
lightning express or the electric car.
When he was sick lie was treated by old
fashioned methods aud given old fashioned
medicines, but you demand modern
tdeas in medicine as well as in every
thing else Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
medicine of to day. It is prepared by
modern methods and to its preparation
arc brought the skill and knowledge, of
modern, science. Hood's Sarsaparilla
act4 promptly upon the blood and by
making pure, rich bloodit cures 'disease
and establishes ood health, nugt 4w
Peter xMonahan, aged seventy-four
years, was hanged at Baltimore for wife
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x5uBttrya,l0c?box of jCwekfSfejtirs
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etlkal"Advk'' prMMeIy4trtod:j flit,w6l'rtRatorW fe,
:r ' v "" - . I. 'l-i it . v. j ? - in min i'ttt ' I T
t I ' ! r:
Mi fc (gTt Tbc Southern Railway will sell round BS. iSSd?!) KrSM? vViM4qr8$ v&VSlr,":5 vjS&kfe35? N 5
Mrilffc trip tickets to l.ouisvilfe at one fare for v . tf' IWHS jK&F Sl&fi W xS)
wrU 4Qf the. round trip August isth to 2ist .2 ism$r 2gtiy RTX Jb&&s &S
Are Ealnlng favor rapidly.
Business mn and P"I I
them in vest IllQ
rockeu, lrwUsi carrr thm
In partsa, b(4ttekepper keep them In medkdn
eloeu, friend recommend, them to friend. 2t
Wheat is selling at eighty-two cents
Cascakets stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
Jo Lassitcr was perhaps fatally cut by
John Pace in a fight near Mavfield.
YOU ought to know that when suffering
from any kidney trouble
that a pafu, suro remedy Is Foley's
Kidney Cure. Guaranteed or money
refunded. aug4 4w
Luke Pike, a young negro, went to
sleep on tho railroad track, near Adair-ville,
and was of course killed.
A Ecrarfcabb Curo of OJxrouio
In 18C2, when I served my country as
a private in Company A. 107th Pennsylvania
Volunteers, 1 contracted chronic
diarrhoea. It has given mo a great deal
of trouble ever since. I have tried a dozen
different medicines and several prom
inent doctors without any permanent relief.
Not long ago a friend sent me a
sample bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, aud after
that I lxjught and took a 50 cent bottle;
and now I can say that I am entirely
cured. I cannot be thankful enough
to you for this great Remedy, and recommend
it to all suffering veterans. If in
doubt write me. Yours gratefully, Henry
Stkinbekger, Allentown, Pa. Sold by
W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
Geo. Dunn, a negro, in trying to board
a fast flying train at Colesburg, was mashed
to death yesterday.
When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret,
candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c
Tho mine agitators have failed to show
up at Dawson's and their visit will be
It is always gratifying to receive testimonials
for Chamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, when the
endorsement is from a physician it is especially
bo. "There is no more satisfactory
or effective remedy than Chamberlain's
Colic, Choleraand Diarrhoea Remedy,"
writes Dr. R. E. Robcy, physician
aud pharmacist, of Olney, Mo.; and as
he has used the Remedy in his own family
and sold it in his drugstore for six
years, he should certainly know. For sale
by W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
Elvia Rainey, formerly oi Fulton, was
killed at Charleston, Mo., on the night
of the 7th.
Sot "Weather Rulss.
In warm weather bowel complaints
frequently result from over eating or
over drinking. Folrv's Colic Cure affords
perfect protection fioin all bowel
derangements and is guaranteed.
Jas. P. Beard, a prominent Shelby
county farmer, dropped dead while
walking in his garden.
Yo Oaa Depend On It
that Foley's Colic Cure is an instant
relief for colic, summer complaint,
cholera morbus, diarrhffii, bloody flnx.
chronic diarhom, cholera infantum, bilious
colic, painters' colic, and all bowel
complaints. 25c. and 50c.
Oscar Sullivan, a fourteen-year-old lad,
was drowned in Whitley county yesterday.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Emoke Tosr Ufa Away.
If you want to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, be made well, strone, magnetic,
full of new life aud vigor, take
wonder-worker, tnat makes weak men
strong. Many gain ten pouuds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Bny No-To-Bac of your
druirglst, under guarantee to cure, 0c or
f UiO. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
Sterling UeicedyCo., Chicago or Nov York.
One of Lexington's old landmnrks, an
old frame house on West High street, is
Everybody Bays So.
Cacarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonderful
medical discovery of the age,
and refreshing to toe tasio, artpcutlj
and positively ou kidneys, liver nnd bowels,
clcausing tho entire sjsUm, dispel colds,
euro headache, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. Please buy and try a boot
C C. C to-day; 10,25, RO cents. Sold and
guaranteed to euro by all druggists.
Owensboro and Daviess county will
vote ou the gravel road question in November.
Tetter, Halt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense Itching and smarting incident
to thero diseases Is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
lxavo been jwrmanently cured by it. It
is equally ? indent for itching piles and
a favorito remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box,
J)r. Cadi's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
3ents per package.
"The Opinion" is a new six-column
folio published at Sturgis.
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Remedy alwnys nflorda prompt re
lief. For sale by W. G. Whito Rich
.Lexington is to have a big bicycle
meet next Vednesdav.
Mrs. Williamson will reopen her Select
Primary School at her homo on Seventh
st. the first Monday in September.
Your patronage is solicted. juno
Wo are now prepared to placo on
tho market our machines for generating
Acetyline Gas. Theso machines
are adapted for lighting
stores, factories, churches' and private
residenc38. fmajl towns and
farmers can now have gas as well as
thoso in tho cities, as each consumer
controls His own little gas plant,
which is quite inexpensive. We
guarantee to furnish six times as
much light at less than half tho expense
of ordinary gas, electric light
or kerosene lamps. A
agent Is wanted in every connty to
soil our machines.
ToiiEtKj Acetylene Gab Co.,
nugll 2w Toledo, Ohio.
Two thoroughbred stallions. Elkwood
(SuburbanlWinner) "Dunboyne," loth
dinners. lor,narticalar& write to , "
BAY TOR SALX. ,
"fr - r1"
Have.25 or mora tons oissico timothy
hay "for" 8flerwtdliiKio5iRlit,i
cured riglitf .!bt ash
ro$r iHji rro.
Hall Rales lo Louisville Auglnt
8ive from all stations in Kentucky.
Tiekcts good for return to August 23rd
inclusive. See Southern Railway Ticket
Agent for rates and particulars.
Wm. H. Tayloe, A. G. P. A.
QySgalsfslSlf'' ''feSru" ?Bjr tGS? 'WE?' 'ISSk wjp
J? r rr ?r 9r 7TT iyvfeL
SHEEP FOR SALE!
I have for sale about S00 good stock ewea,
about 700 good stock wethers, also a number of
good Southdown bucks. Address
Bed Bouse, Ky.
I will rent publicly to the highest bidder, oa
the premises, ubout 10 o'clock, a m., on
Saturday, U, 11, El
The farm known as tho James Tribble place,
uated on the Jack's Creek pike, 7K miles
jm Richmond, containing
On which is one Nice Dwelling House la good
repair, good stables and other out-houses, also
two comfortable tenement houses. Fifty or
sixty acres to be put in wheat and fifty to go in
corn, the remainder in grass.
IT IS WELL WATERED AND LOCATED.
At the same time and place, I will sell 7
mares, 5 yearling mules, one extra two-year-old
saddle colt, one mijch cow, n mo-win? machine,
a rake, harrow, wagon and other farming
Implements. For further Information
apply to Jake 8. WMic, Whito Hall, Ky , or
J. D. Tribble, Richmond, Ky.
Ers. Jas. P. Tribble,
The R. N. I. & B. will sell
tickets to CUattanooga and
return August 21, good returning
on any regular train
August 24, at the low rate of
$4.00 round trip. Telephone
90 for particulars.
r FREE: S20.00 IN GOLD.
V . O1 1 Tl O" Blcycle.dold Watch, Diamond
vMII King, or a Scholarship in
-k Draughon's Practical Business
CoUcgc Nashville, Tenn.,or
1 Texarkana, Tex., or a scholarship
In most any other reputable business college
or literary school in the U. S. can be secured
oydoingalilUe work t home for the Youths
Vdvocate, an illustrated semi-monthly journal.
It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and
especially intererting: and profitable to young
people, but read withintcrest and profit by people
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IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE
THIS washer has been thoroughly tested by
many Richmond and Madison county fami
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ciencr. simplicity, durability and, cheapness.
Tbonsanda of ladies In all parts ot the country
ere using this maschine, anil declare it to be the
only washer that has relieved them from
drudgery of wash day "
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guarantee that it will
give satisfaction, or the
money will be refunded.
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if any part gives ont within that time, jse will
Teplaoelt free of charge.. ?
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I GREAT MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE
As usual not a single piece of goods, suit of clothing, roll of carpet, pair of shoes, and
down to the smallest notion we carry, that has not felt the Keene Edge of our Knife.
Prices have been cut so deep on some lines of goods that former prices are entirely
Never in the history of this grand old city has her sons and daughters had the opportunity
offered them to buy real first-class stylish, seasonable goods at prices that are being
named on them in this Great Clearance Sale.
One Lot of Beautiful "Wash Goods "Guimpure Lace Stripe" will be closed at 6c, former
price 10c per yd., about 500 yds. in the Lot.
One Lot of Beautiful White Ground Dimities with pink, black and blue polka dots will
be closed at 5c, former price 10c per yd., 300 yds. in the Lot.
One Lot of Beautiful Rosemary Organdy Dress Goods former price 15c per yd. will be
closed at 7c, about 600 yds. in the Lot.
One Lot of Rouge Et Noir Wash Goods in new red ground with polkadot effects, will be
closed at 10c a yd., these goods are worth 18c
One Lot of Beautiful Organdies as pretty as Cechlins Finest French Organdies, will be
closed at 12. c a yd., these goods were sold at 19c a yd.
All Remenants Calicoes, Lawns, Ginghams, Cambrics, 2c a yd. when in stock.
We are selling Brown Muslins, BleachMuslins, Indigo Blue Calico, Fancy Calicoes,
Shirting Prints, Check Cottons, Shirting Cheviots, Bleach and Brown Sheetings, and everything
in the domestic department at very Low Cut Prices. Buy what you need of these
while they are cheap, they will soon be worth more money.
We have quite a lot of remenants of Brussels and All-wool Ingrain Carpets that we will
close in this sale at a great loss to us. They run from two to nineteen yards in a piece,
and are just the thing for making Rugs, Druggets, etc. If interested in these call at once
before they are gone.
All Carpets, Linoluems, Oilcloths, Mattings, Oil Shades, Lace Curtains, etc., go in this
sale, Nothing reserved, we bave decided to close out, clean up regardless of price. Now
is the time to buy you a nice Carpet cheap. We have some very pretty stales left to close.
Everything in Ladies, Children and Misses Oxfords and Strap Sandals have been cut
almost half into. We can't mention prices on this line, space wont admit. Call and see for
3'ourselves. Bab)T Shoes Patent Tip, well made, 19c a pair. Good Shoes for men 9Sc.
Nice Cassimere Suits for men, well made, to be closed at $2.95, worth $6.00. Nice All-wool
Pants for men, well made, no shoddy, pretty patterns, $1.15, former price $1.9S.
Men's Jeans Pants, Boy's Jean Pants, Overalls, almost given away, prices so cheap.
You all know that we nothing but first-class goods in every department and you
also know that when we advertise a Clearance Sale, we mean what we say. When we tell
you that we have the prettiest assortment, most complete stock, that we ever had when we
advertised a Clearance Sale, WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY, so let a word to the wise be
sufficient. Come and look through this Great. Bargain Mart and we will save you some
money and at the same time you will buy a great niairy useful things at unheard of LOW
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Will Begin Tuesday,
Gibson fcN2jyf Is
The East Is 1 "mz s
Our Market. C"4
Working Pants p are for.
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The Greatest Bargains ever offered to the people
of Madison county.
Look at these Rrices :
; Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00
Boy's Knee ; Pant Suits 49 cents.
Men's Shoesj 80 cents.
Ladies' Shoes 80 cents.
A BeautifuljLine of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents.
Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. "
1 1)uck Suitings 9 cents ri yard up.
j2i Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to $1.
Brussel Ganpets from 50
Straw 'Matti igs from 12
Bargaiii is Now!
Busy Bee Cash Stores
June 1st, 1897.
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now on. Our New Departure is meeting with the approval
of a generous public. Same price to every one and
CASH in every instance.
NOTICE the rare bargains we are
offoring for .
suit that suits is worth having.
There's so much instrlnslc worth of
ready-made clothing that one is indeed
fortunate to light on a genuine
bargain. Appearances are deceptive,
there's nothing false in our suits.
sale on now is to decrease stock
they must go. No reserve.
Genuine Bargains Suitu at $3.50,
$4.00, $5.00, $0 00, $7 CO. Can't bo duplicated
for twico the money other
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Staw Hats and the harvest is hero
a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes,
shapes and descriptions of Hats.
rShoes In Every Styled
At one price to all aliko. Thoro are
shoe stores which keep one or two of
tho shoes we have, but there aro none
that keeps th6 variety in foot wear
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. which iiiiiKCTi our mju
mecca'for all who aro looking for fit and excollenco of- quality and
Hfo our S1.25. 21.50. Sl.75 and $2. Shoes 25 that other shoe stores
asking 25 per cent more inonoy
Whafs Your Need?
choice, "111 take the neck
or nothing said the collar to
the cuff." "Well, I'll beclose
to hand," replied the cuff, and
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Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $8.00
cents to $1 a yardv
cents to 20 cts per yd.
t so they were satisfied. That's H
the way with our customers, S
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