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The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 15, - - 1897.
Pure leaf lard 7c. at Gus
Everybody likes Hie '"Capital."
l'or sale by K. L. Gentry.
Six heavy tumblers for 25c at
Tliermometer 99 G in the shade at
Central University yesterday.
A new stock of buck-boards coming
in at John Donelson's.
Eight bars Lenox soap for 25c at
John Donclson finds it a hard
matter to keep a stock of vehicles.
Only two new buggies unsold at
Ten bars Good Luck soap for 25c.
at Gus Margolen's.
Masons fruit 45 cents per
dozen at Gus Margolen's.
One pound can Mand "W. pine
apple 10 cents at G. Mnrgolen.
The best line of boy's school suits to
be had, all at popular prices. Covington
The "Capital" has more good
points than any other wagon.
It. L. Gentry, agent.
Fashion has reduced the legs of
pants, but we have all kinds of pants for
you. Covington & Mitchell.
Examine the "Capital" farm
wagon and you will never buy any
other. It. L. Gektky, agent.
Honest made clothing for men and
boys. Get our prices before buying. All
we ask is a comparison. Covington &
Dr. W. W. liurgin. of this city,
was elected Treasurer of the Blue
Grass Dental Society at Winchester
The "Capital" wagon has a patent
scoop or shoveling board.
It. L. Gkxtky, agent.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett died last
eveningat seven o'clock, aged 82 last
Thursday. Funoral arrangements
Only one of the tiiree men got the
buggy at Donelson's, but the other
two left their orders for one each of
the same kind.
The first snow of the season will
fall on October 23th, and promises to
be very heavy. At least that is the
prediction of Weather Prophet Aba
Martin, the Winchester prophet.
Lots of fun at Donelson's with
three men trying to buy the same
The Paris High School opened
with 3SS pupils enrolled, against 200
year. The attendance this year
will reach over 400. The Colored
II1211 had 255 pupils enrolled.
Wise men kuow it is folly to buy
shoddy clothia;:. Come to us and we
will tell you high grade all-wool suits
ami over-coats at a very low price.
Nothing like them iu town. Covington
Our display of men's pantaloons is
treat. We will fit both person and
pocket-book. Covington & Mitchell.
The Slst anniversary of the Rev.
John G. Fee, founder of Berca College,
was appropriately celebrated at
feecond Christ church, Berea, Thursday
night in the presence ot an immense
For that tired feeling, we do not prescribe,
but for that chilly feeling that
will come with fall and winter, one of our
Sack all-wool suits, high grade at $S will
cure the cold at once. Nothing like
them. Covington & Mitchell.
AtKentucky University Mrs. A.
R. Bourne formerly of Madison Institute,
has been to the
new Chair of Civil History. She arrived
Friday from Europe where she
has been on a preparatory tour.
Harvey Douglas has lost his milk
cow, and wants her bad ! She is a red
scrub, a little wild, 890 lbs., slit in one
or both ears. Reward for her return
or inform Uion leading to her recovery.
Mr. G. E. Black, ot Red House,
sold last Wednesday to different parties
85S ewes. W. A. Walton, of
Maysville, getting SCO; Jonas Wiehl,
Paris, :if0; Bradford Brothers, North
Middlotovn,200; Adams, of Winchester.
Collector Yerkes is a very law-abiding
man and will follow the civil-service
regulations as close as possible,
but somehow or other ho has
found r. way of putting fourteen Republicans
into that many Democratic
chairs in a powerful short time,
Mr. Charley Clay has shown to the
Climax a chicken with four well developed
yellow legs. It is alive and appears
as hearty as the rest of the broodi If it
should live and a regular stock of this
fioecies can be secured they would prove
quite an addition iu picnic times when
yellow legs-e 1 chickens are in demand.
Last week one looking through the
commodious ware room of S. I.. Midkiff.
on Third street would have concluded
he intended to quit business. He had
sold nearly all of his buggies and barouches.
But go there to-lay and you
will 6ee a full room of the nicest and
cheapest buggies ever brought to this
If you need anything in granite
ware go to Gus Margolen. He lias
just received a new line which ho
will sell at the following JIow prices:
Granite dish pans 35c, tea kettles 15c,
plates 5c coHee pots (three sizes) 25c,
po ringers 10, 20, and 30c, sauce pans
20c, wash pans 15c. Come early and
get your choice.
Mother Kills Her Child.
The infant of Richard
AValters was accidentally shot and
instantly killed at Spout Springs, Estill
county, Tuesday, by her mother carelessly
handling an old gun.
Masonic Gathering at Berea.
The Free Masons and Odd Fellows
had a gathering at tho Berea Lodge
Saturday evening and enjoyed a big
' ice cream supper which was free for
all. Masons wives, mothers, sisters,
aud daughters, all were there from
every place and everywhere.
Arrested For Horse Stealing and House
Elzie Uroaddus, aged 14 years, and
Real Cosby, aged 18, both colored,
were landed In jail Monday evening
by Constable Thos. Jones, being
t barged with stealing a horse aud
breaklug into the store of H. C. Car.
peuter, at "Valley View. It
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To Keep Cul Watermelons.
Mr. James W. Smith, of West Main
street, has invented a way of keeping
cut watermelons. If a nielou is too
largo for the family, cut in two and
place flat on a dish and pour
water in tho dish to exclude tho air.
It answers admirably, and it will
keep for twenty-fours hours as fresh
as when just cut.
Kis Last Sermon. '
Rev. Dr. G. W. Young preached his
last sermon at the Methodist church
on Sunday, before leaving for Conference,
in session this week at Mt.
Sterling. He is the best preacher
the church has had in twenty years,
is one of the best ministers ever iu
Richmond, is a lovable, happy, hardworking
christian and we need him.
Fire At Waco. "
During at the Baptist
Church at Waco last Friday evening,
fire broke out in Miko Miller's house,
closo by, and the big meeting adjourned
to the scene of tho conflagration.
In spito of the heroic work of the
bucket brigade and other volunteers
the house and most of its contents
were destroyed. Loss $1,500 without
To The People.
I am a candidate for the office of
County Attorney of Madison. If elected,
my rule of conduct in the office shall
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 county, and thus
reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I
solicit your aid. Grant E. Liiia.
Mr. E. D. Peyton, of West Lincoln,
and Miss Lena J. Lackey, daughter
of lion. G. A. Lackey, of Stanford,
were quietly married at noon Friday
at the residence of Elder J. S.
who pronounced the ceremony
in the presence of a few relatives and
friends of the contracting parties.
Attendants Mr. JoelTribble.of Richmond,
and Miss Lily Peyton, a niece
of the groom, of Stanford. Danville
Owen McKc: Re-embarks in Business.
The well-known McKee Corner will
next Monday assume its old time busy
aspect, as the proprietor of a dry goods,
gents furnishing and novelty store. Mr.
Sam Biggerutafr, of the Red House locality,
and two assistants will be in charge.
The business will be conducted on first-class
lines, everything bran new and up
to date. Mr. McKee's reputation for
fair dealing is well known, and his
friends will be glad to give him support
in his venture.
Cas Prcwilt On His Way to Klondyke.
Cas Prewitt, Jr., son of Mr. Clifton
Prewitt is now in Alaska on his way
to tho Klondyke gold region. He
writes most encouraging letters home,
and with his indomitable will and
keen business foresight, is certain to
be numbered among those Mho will
win success in that far-away region.
He is accompanied by Charley Tayloi
and they will journey together from
Skagua to the gold fields. Winchester
Railroad At Elder's.
E. V. Elder has put in at an expense
of $:00 an automatic package
carrier system which brings his store
down to date. Purchases and cash are
put in wire baskets, raised to the ceiling
and whirled back to the cashier 90
feet distant, where change is made,
package wrapped, and the baskets
and contents shot back to the customers.
The system saves time and
enables clerks to wait on more customers
than the old wav.
Church Greatly Revived.
The protracted meeting at Bethlehem,
conducted by Elders Lloyd and
McGarvoy closed Friday night. The
meeting was highly profitable in
every way and the church was greatly
revived. It is a matter of regret to
many 4 that the meeting was closed
sooner than intended, but illness
in the family of Elder Lloyd
at Richmond, necessitated this step.
Twenty-four additions were made to
the church as a result of tho meeting.
How Free Pikes Are Viewed.
The trade from our borders is drifting
away to Lancaster. Richmond.
Lexington, Versailles and Harrods-burg.
We are fenced in by toll gates.
It is said that bj reason of free
turnpikes ten thousand people went
to Richmond one day recently to attend
a circus. As tho circus com
pany which saved a healthy sum in
the way of toll carried out of the
county the bulk of the money taken
in, which will never find its way
back, the circumstance will hardly
be claimed as one of the advantages
coming from the free turnpike
A 25-inch Bean.
Mrs. Irvino T. Green sends us a
specimen of beans grown in her garden,
iu this city, which is a lengthy
wonder. It measures 25 inches in
length in other words is as long as a
man's arm. There are 17 beans in
the hull. It is called the snake bean.
Ono is a mess.
For some vears a beau witli pods
of great length has been grown in
this vicinity as a matter of curosity,
says tho Mt Sterling Sentinel-Democrat
which saw a patcli of them in T.
W. Parsons' garden and at his request
Mr. Parsons gave him several of the
pods which aro now on exhibition at
this oiflce. Some of them aro over
30 inches in length, and these were
not the largest, that grew in Mr. P.Js
garden. In tho absence of a name we
have christened them the ''Ethan
Says She is a Prodigy.
The Lexington Argonaut of September
5th, says: Lexington has had within
her gates for the past two weeks an infant
muMcal prodigy in tho person of
Miss Ollie Pigg. of Richmond, whose
performances on the cornet are simply
wonderful. Miss Olhe is only nine years
old, hut the way she plays a cornet turns
manv an older head green with envy.
She lias been taking lessons only four
months, yet she plays the most difficult
pieces witli great ease. Several musical
critics of this citv have heard Miss Ollie
play and lliey all say that she is a wonder
and if Bhe continues a bright future
is in store for her.
An Argonaut reporter had tho pleasure
last night of listening to several te
lections played by Miss Pigg and was
delighted. Slio is truly a remarkahle
child. An assemblage of friendR gathered
at tho resilience of Col. W. B.
last night to hear her play and to bid
her good-bye, as, she with iher sister,
Mis Bertha, loaves for She
and her etsterateo play most.' beautifully
on the pwso. J
g. Teachers Association.
The Second Teachers Association will
be heldat I3ear Wallow, September 25,
Welcome Address .... Luther Todd
Response J. D. Clark
Essay Miss Dora McWhorton
Destiny of Our Country.. . O. C. Crooke
Declamation Louis Sandline
Optional Miss Lou Gay
Physiolosry Illustrated. J. W. Vanwinkle
Mensuration and how to Teach It,
J. B. Harris
What should be done with Cuba?
P. II Sullivan
Qualification of an American Citizen,
..... .... . H. H Brock
Recitation Miss Lucy Hays
The Public Attitude toward the School,
J. H. Chandler
Declamation Joseph Bicknell
Management of Disobedient Pupils,
J. P. Hubbard
Ilcsohctl, That the Hiles law should be
strengthened and vigorously enforced.
Affirmative J. B. Moores and E. P.
Negative Jesse Cobb and P. H. Sullivan.
( losing Address . . . . J. E. Black.
Gold Ycrsus Life.
Menare at present risking their lives
for gold. There is a stampede of eager,
willing martyrs to the inhospitiaole
country of the Klondike. Many will
perish from cold and hunger. Not one
quarter of the'people who go there will
ever return. Not one-half of those who
do return will return any richer than
they weut. They will not only endanger
their health, but their lives, for tho
sake of gold. And yet everybody says
that health is more precious than gold.
The thing which restoreshealth is, therefore,
more precious than gold.
restores health, cures all torms of weakness,
all forms and stages of catarrh,
builds up brokendown constitutions,
brings new life back to all those who
have become prematurely old. The latest
and best book ever written on the .
subject of female diseases will be sent
free to women only, for a short time.
Address the Drug Manufacturing
Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Forest fiera are doing an immense
amount of damage in Wyoming,
Tho old man who looks out at the
world with clear and healthy eyes cannot
help feeling great gratification at the
thought that his children have inherited
from him no weakness nor tendency to
disease. The healthy old man is the man
who has thoughout his life kept his digestion
good and his blood pure. Not
one in a tiiousand does do it. Germs go
through the healthy body without-effect.
Let them once find lodgment or let them
find a weak spot, they will develop by
the million and the blood will he full of
them. Instead of giving strength to the
tissues, it will force upon them inuutri
lions matter, and the man who will lose
Hesh and the more susceptible he is to
disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery is the only medicine that absolutely
and infallibly cures all blood diseases,
and almost all diseases are blood
diseases. It isn't medicine for some one
particular so-called disease. It is a medicine
for the whole body. It forces out
all of the germs of disease, and replaces
impurities with rich, red blood. It
There was another death from yellow
fever at Ocean Springs.
Don't bolt your food, it irritates your
stomach. Choose digestible food and
chew it. Indigestion is a dangerous sickness.
Proper care prevents it. Shaker
Digestive Ordial cures it. That is tho
long and short of indigestion. Now,
the question is: Have yon got indigestion?
Yes, if you have pain or discomfort
after eating, headache, dizziness,
nausea, offensive breath, heartburn,
weakness, fever, jaundice, flatulence,
loss of appetite, irritability, constipation,
etc. Yes, you have indigestion.
To cure it, take Shaker Digestive
Cordial. The medicinal herbs and plants
of which Shaker Digestive Cordial is composed,
help to digest the food in your
stomach; help to strengthen your
Wiieu your stomach is strong,
care will keep it so. Shaker Digestive
Cordial is for sale by druggists, price 10
cents to SI 00 per bottle. It
Three prisoners broke jail at Franklin,
Ayer's Hair Vigor tones up tho weak
hairroots. stimulates the vessels and tissues
which snpplv the hair with nutrition,
stengthens the hair itself, lustrous,
and silky. The most popular and valuable
toilet preparation in the world. It
Mules araiu demand again.
The chronic grumbler still lives but
there are less cases of chronic Indigestion
and Dyspepsia than formeily. The fact
is so many people in the past have taken
Simmons Liver Regulator that they are
now cured of these ills. And a great multitude
are now taking Simons Liver Regulator
for the same troubles and they'll
soon be cured. "It is the best medicine."
Mrs. F. Tain Baltimore, Md. it
Laneasti r wants a curfew ordinance.
Is the price of perfect health. Watch
carefully the first symptoms of impure
blood. Cure boils, pimples, humors and
and scrofula by taking Hood's
illa. Drive away the pains and aches of
rheumatism, malaria and stomach troubles
steadj your nerves and overcome
that tired feeling by taking the same
Hood's Pills are tho bestlamyy cathartic
and liver tonic Gentle, reliable,
sure. , It
Sorghum is bringing betteer prices
than for many years.
The confidence of the people in Hood's
Sarsapaiilla is due to its unequalled record
of wonderful cures. It
Natural gas was struck on Collett'f.
Creek, near Ashland.
Constipation can often be prevented by
giving early attention to a cold, whether
slight or severe. A cold quickly" disappears
when Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is
taken. " It
Yellow fever in Cuba is slightly on the
Word comes from all quarters that the
neatest and most satisfactory dye for col
oring the beard a brown or black is Buck
ingham's Dyo for tho Whiskers. It
Vast gold fields have been discovered
There is nothing to prevent anyone
concocting a mixture amLcallingit
saparilla," and there is nothing' to prevent
anyone spending good money testing
the stufT; but prudent people, who
wish to be sure of their remedy; take only
Ayer's Sarsarxmlla, and so get cured.
Cure all liver ills, bilious- ,.
ness, headache, sour stem- C3 I 1 a
acli, indigestion, W III
Won. Thejr act with.
outpolnorjrrlpe. Sold bj all cents.
The only 1111 Jo take with JJood'i Samparlll.
The Society of the Army of West Virginia
met at Columbus 0.
A Cnro For Bilious Colic
Recource, Screven Co, Ga. I have
been subject to attacks of bilious colic
for several years. Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is the
only sure relief. It acts like a charm.
One dose of it gives relief when all other
remedies fail G. D. Sharp. For
sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
Fair weather and continued high temperature
The man who stands idly by and sees
the life fading out of his wife's face,
sees her health going, sees her
old and faded and wrinkled when
she should still be in the perfect
of vigorous, useful health, is either
less than a man or else does not know of
the one remedy which will bring hei
hack to health and stcngth.
lnihbanil cannot persuade her to g
to her doctor, because she naturally
dreads the inevitable and
''local treatments." He can persuade her,
if she needs persuasion, to tako Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. This truly
wonderful medicine has cured hundreds
of women afier the best physicians have
failed. It has been in constant use and
tested every day for thirty years. It isn't
an experiment, there are no chances
about it. It is a csitain cure for, all
weakness, irregularities and
displacements of inturnal organs peculiar
Evictions of miners' families may soon
be attempted in the Jellico district.
Mako the Host of Yoursolf.
It is tho duty of every man to make
the mot of himself. Whatever his capacities
may be. lie is sure to find some
place where he can be useful to himself
and to others But he cannot reach his
highest usefulness without good health
and he cannot have pood health without
pure blood. The blood circulates to everv
organ and tissue and when it is pure, ricli
and healthy it carries health to the entire
system, but if it is impure it scatters dis
ease wherever it liows. Jiootis
the one true blood purifier. Ii
cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh, dyspepsia
and rheumatism because these
diseases have their origou in the blood
George W. Silsbp & Co., brokers, ut
Washington, D. C, suspended
Dangerous Drinking "Water.
Death lurks in impure water It breeds
diseases, often in epidemic form.
The first symptom is looseness of the
bowels. These diseases are checked by
taking Foley's Colic Cure. AV. G. White
Richmond, Ky. s-pt-l-lm
Alexander College at Buksvillc has
opened for the fall session.
Cascarets Csnih Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discocrvof the age. peas
ant and refreshing to the tasie, act pentlj
and positively on liver r.nd liowcls
clcanslnt the entire sst. m. dispel colds
euro headache, fever, lia'uilual totistipation
and biliousness. PJpase bur and trv a box
of C. C. C. (), 25, so cents, h'old and
guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
Bonfield, 111., Aug. 14, 1895.
"I am subject to Cramps and Colic,
and have used many remedies, but find
Foley's Colic Cure beats them all. W.
L. Ykatks." W. G. While Richmond,
Hamilton McBride is believed to have
been drowned at Owensboro.
A Eoushold Nceeoasitr.
No family should be without Foley's
Colic Cure, for all bowel complaints.
W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
R. G. Potter, one of the best-known
citizens of Bowling Green, is dead.
It Saves tao Croupy Children
Seaview, Vi.-We have a splendid sale
on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and
our customers coming from far and near,
speak of it in the highest terms. Many
have said that their children would have
died of croup if Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy had not been given. Kellam
& Ourren. The 25 aud 50 cent sizes for
sale, dy W G. White Richmond Ky.
December wheat at Chicago passed the
The pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use Svrup of Figs,
under all conditions, makes it their favorite
remedy. To get the true aud genuine
article, look for the name of the
California Fig Syrup Company, printed
near the responsiable druggists.
Lamentable reports of crops failure in
Ireland continue to pour in.
"My boy came hoine from school one
day w ith his hand badly lacerated and
bleeding, and suffering great pain." says
Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.'
Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the
wound, and applied Chamberlain's Pain
Balm freely. All pain ceased, and in a
remaikably short time it healed without
leaving a scar. For wounds' sprains,
swellings and rheumatism, I know of no
medicine or prescription equal to it. I
considir it a household necessity." The
25 and 59 cent sizes for sale by W. G.
White Richmond Ky.
In Simpson county Floience Kay
a colored girl, committed suicsde.
Jnst try a 10c. box of"Cascarets, the
finest liver aud bowel regulator over
Madisonville is aain agitating the water-works
Don't Tobacco Spit and Btooie Tour Life Away.
If you want to quit tobacco usinsr easily
and forever, bo made well, strong, mueuetic,
full or new life and vigor, tuko
tho wonder-worker, tuat makes weak men
strong. Many Kai" ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,00il cured. Buy No-To-Bao of yoar
druegist, under guarantee to cure, COo or
tl.liO. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
Kemeay uo., or m o w x or.
Geo. Pparks was killed by an excur
sion train near Stanford.
Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
Sam Jones goes tollenflereon from the
East October 17 for a week.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum, and Kczcma.
The intense itching and incident
to these diseases is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain'B Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad
have been permanently cored by it. It
ia equallv efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for eoro nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chrome sore eyes. 5 cts. per doi.
Dr. Catlj's Conditio. 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
3ent3 per package.
The Hendersom Jb"air promises to be as
good asany ever held there.
"VTiibn bilious or costlyfeat a Cascsret,v
candy-cathartic, cure KUflTanttiod, 10, 255.
At W. G. White's drug store, a marvelous
enro for all kidney complaints,
nervons exhaustion ami tciualo weakness
It is Foley's Kidney Cn-e.
John W. Starks has purchased the dry
goods store of Vernnon Price at Russell-ville
Mrs. Williamson will reopen her Select
Primary School at her home on Seventh
st. the first Monday in September.
Your patronage is solicled. June
Daniel Roche, a leading Paris citizen,
Land For Sale.
I have 175 acres of good land situated
oil. the Richmond and Otter Creek
pike, two miles from Red House, that
I wish to sell either as a whole or in
two separate tracts, 75 acres in ono
tract and 100 acres in tae other. It is
all in cultivation under good fence,
and improvements with plenty of water.
Tho 75 ncre tract has a now house
on it. Fr further information apply
to J. Ten's Cobb or myself.
ANTED. TRUSTWORTHY A ND
ACTIVE gentlemen or ladies to
travel for responsible, established
house in Kentucky. Monthly, $6.O0
and expenses. Position steady. Reference.
Enclose self-ad dressed
stamped envelope. The Dominion
Company, Dept. W. Chicago,
CITY TAX NOTICE.
Your city taxes for year 1S97 havo
been due since July 1. If not paid before
November J, a penalty of ten per
cent, will bo added. Please call and
settle. J. L. BAXTER,
septS 2v City Collector.
Two thoroughbred stallions. Elk wood
('Suburban winner), "Dunboyne," both
winners. For particulars write to
Public Sale i Land!
Madisox Circuit Court.
Jesse Ncwby's Heirs, - Plaintiffs,)
Jesse Ncwby's Heirs, - Defendants. )
J1Y virtue of a Judgment ot the Madison Cir-
cuit Court, rendered at the September Term
thereof, 1S97, the undersigned Special Commissioner
of the said court, will on
Thursday, Septembor 30,
1837. between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.,
at the Jesse Newby home place on the waters
of Tate's Creek in Madison county, Ky. , 5S
miles from Richmond, Ky., proceed to sell the
following described tracts of land lying and
being in Madison county, Ky. :
1st. The place known as the Jesse New'oy
home place lying on the Tate's Creek pike 5j
miles from Richmond, Ky., containing 119
Sl-U i acres, more or lcs3, said land has a splendid
residence thereon, with excellent barn,
good orchard, all necessary out-buildings, all
fences in good condition, all of the said land
being of the first quality and in a high state of
cultivation, being all in grass.
2nd. Also another tract of land containing
27 SU-100 acres, more or less, and is know n as
the tract of land, said land is
situated on the It. N. I. & U. R. R. and adjoins
the land of Sid Kanatzar on the north. Bud
Kamtzar on the west. Maple Grove Turnpike
on the south This is a splendid piece of land,
is in a fine state of cultivation and has good
fences on it
3rd. Also another tract of tract of land containing
32 acres, more or less, and known as the
Newby-Kelley land, situated on Honest Run
Branch, being abont f mile from the Tate's
Creek turnpike. Said land is of good quality,
has a comfortable dwelling house on it, good
fences and abundance of never failing water.
4th. Another tract of land containing 56"
acres, more or less, known as the
land on the waters of Tate's Creek and
lying along the Tate's Creek pike about 5l,
miles from Richmond, Ky., being in grass and
under a good fence and in a state of good cultivation.
6th. Another tract of land containing 1164
acres, more or less, known as the John Newby
tract lying on Stony Fork and the Kentucky
river, having two comfortable dwelling houses
thereon, is well timbered and produces good
corn and wheat. Said land will be sold as a
whole or in parcels to suit purchasers, if it be
found that it will bring more money sold in
TERMS All of said land will be sold to the
highest and best bidder, one-third of the purchase
money to be due and payable in six (61
months, one-third in twelve (12) months, and
the remaining one-third in eighteen (18)
months, all of the purchase money bearing 6
per cent, from date of sale, the purchaser or
Purchasers to execute bond to the said Special
ommissioner for the said purchase money
with good security, said bonds to have the
force and effect of a judgment with liens on the
land for unpaid purchase money. Possession
will be giver -' all the said lands on the 1st
day January, 1898.
B. B. MILLION,
Also at the same time and place as Administrator
of Jesse Newby, dee'd., I will proceed to
sell the following personal property: About
S'l bushels of seed wheat and a lot of seed rye,
also one three-year-old mare mule.
H. B. Million, Special Com.
J. Tevis Cobb, Atty. for Pl'ffs. and Admr.
jas. j. McCarthy,
and Gas Fitter.
All work done promptly and neatly. I work
for myself and not for the Richmond Water &
Light Co. Call for me at the Water & Gas Co.
onice jas. j. McCarthy.
Art Pre serative
Is a good thing to apply in
The possibilities of paint
for both ornamentation and
preservation are unlimited.
Painting is also a delightful
recreation to those of artistic
Is headquarters for Painter's
Supplies and everything used
in the "world of art.
Mark you, don't forpet tlint nil of our
10 cent wall paper lias breo reduced lo
FIVE CENTS. We furnish 10
c'iit wall paper with U inch border,
hunjj on walls.
ltoom 10x14 ... $2 75
Kooni 12x14 ? 00
Room 14x16 3 50
"We make "Window Shades and Picture
Frames, all sizes and kinds See our
line of picture and room mouldings.
GEO, W. WILGMG.
209 West Maiu Street,
For Sale !
of jand, J 2 acres of
which is ilsstchws river bottom land,
with pooii dwelling house arid stable
thrown infQti quarter mite from
Shearar'B tWiiter Uok.v.oH, Otfer Crefk;
I'orJfurM irtlrg call
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.-- For,Ky, ..
Pants i Perfection.
Hold Fast Buttons.
Elastic Waist Bands.
IS j3 JjSV l I M alCj
.?Slfe The East Is
BBlHiflil Our Market.
1 Men's Working rmisz
1 Sir ? 5 1ENTM
tb The Greate st Bargains ever offered to the
C-p-Vl Pe f !i0n county.
Look at: tnese
rTAi sw Men's Suits
Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49
i&:J Men's Shires SO cents.
p$S Ladies' Shoes 80 cents.
rTvi A "Rooiifivnl T.ino from 3 fn o
QT( I J.1 XJIbUUli.l JUiiiXW vj. wii..&www -... x v wV .-
jgrt Good Brqvrn Cotton 3 cents a yard.
f&i Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up.
Ladies' Sailors irom 5 cents to $1.
Yf. Brussel Carpets from 50
Straw Mattings from 12
:- ""-V Trwa,Kk!n.&Son'pid9iaB4f'.BichBK)adr Ky.
Ipr Bianu Jf:W
A New Line of Dark Percales,
Pretty Ducks and Lad
Suitings just opened this
Look for our Fall Announcement,
we have some good
things for our customers this
season. Make a note of this
and watch for the announcement.
1 v &-! JB k
3 Eg the
for $2.50 worth $S.OO
for 3.00 worth 9.00
cents to $1 a yard.
cents to 20 cts per yd.
OTICE the rare bargains wo aro
suit that suits is worth having.
so much instrinsic 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. Xo reserve.
Genuine JJargains Suits at $3.50,
$5.00, $GOO,S7oO. Can't be duplicated
for twice the money other
-,i ." -CZ-
rags 13 Hi
jPU t k I "j
The Busy Bee Cash
Has the exclusive sale
of Mrs. Jane Hopkins'
Brand of Boy's Clothing.
They have just
received and put on
sale an elegant line of
school suits for fall and
Call and See
now on. Our Xew Departure is meeting with the approval
of a generous public. Same price to every one and
CASH in everv instance.
A of Straw
In a city is queer. But we're cutting
Staw Hats and the harvest is here
a Harvest of Bargains in all iizes,
shapes and descriptions of Hats.
Shoes In Every Stylcr
At one price to all alike. Thoro are
shoe stores which keep one or two of
the shoes we have, but there are none
that keeps the variety in foot wear
jU w.ncn niaKe.s our establishment tho
for all who are looking for flf and excellence of quality and
See our $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2. Shoes 25 that other shoe stoi ea
asking 25 per cent, more money
What's Your Need?
choice, "111 take the neck
nothing said the collar to
cuff." "Well, I'll beelose
hand," replied the cuff, and
For Good Values at
A&CZ 2. il , t Y
they -were satisfied. That's
way with our customers,
matter "what their fancy
dictate, we please them.
and Shirts of every d-
and at prices that
be reached by others.
low Prices See
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