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The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY SEPT. 22, - - 1S07
Pare leaf Jartl 7c at Gus
Six heavy tumblers for 25c at
Eight bars Ienox soap for 23c at
Only two new buggies unsold at
Ten bars Good Luck soap for 25c.
at Gas Mnrgoleu'fi.
J. E Cosby sold to J. B. Dozier 35
165 lb hogs at 4 cents.
"White's drugstore was robbed lion-day
night of SJG. No clue.
Masons fruit cans 45 cents per
dozen at Gus Mnrgolen's.
A new stock of buck-boards coming
in at John Donelson's.
Ono pound can Hand "W.
apple 10 cents at G. Margolen.
Fat horses and mule colts wanted
at Fox's stable, next Tuesday.
F. W. Williams is the Democratic
condidate tor Constable in Yates.
Protracted meeting began .it
near Kirksville, Sunday night.
John DoneKon finds it a hard
matter to keep a stock of vehicles.
See Master Commissioner's notice
to creditors elsewhere in this issue.
Fat hoases and mule colts wanted
at Fox's stable next Tuesday.
J. T. Heathman and Bettie Heath-man,
of Poosev, married Saturday.
Lots of fun at Donelson's with
three men trying to buy the same
--Chief Police Terrill
bicycle law hereafter,
ing on the sidewalk.
$5 fine for rid-
Clifton Burgin's meat house was
entered by thieves last week and
bonie fine hams taken.
11. J. Clay rented the Chenault
farm, advertised in the Climax, to
"W. S. Duncan for f 100(3.
Protracted meeting began Monday
night at Union City, Revs. Gamboe
and Tinsley olllciating.
Ofilce Allman is nnrsinga sprained
ankle as a result of stepping into a
hole in the pavement on Second St,
Joe Kindig, of Philadelphia, will
be at Fox's btable Tuesday, Sept. 2S,
and wants to buy fat horses and
T. II. Bradley, of Georgetown,
shipped two car loads of walnut logs
from Paint Lick Monday for the English
Only one of the three men got the
buggy at Donelson's, but the other
two left their orders for one each of
the same kind.
Lewis D. Craig, who superin
tended the construction of the K. C.
road and was located here, died in
Frankfort on Monday.
Ballard Brs., of Whites Station,
shipped two car loads of hogs to Cincinnati
last week which they sold
from $1.23 to $4.35 per hundred.
M. F Denny, aged about 54 years,
died at his residence at Union City
Mmday afternoon, and leaves a wife
a i Js"ven children to mourn his loss.
J. "W. Ballard rented privately
on of the farms he had advertised,
known jvs the old Ballard home, containing
300 acres to Buster Galloway
J (' Miller and Jim Neale have
iitcrod thir frt two-year-old mare,
K. V. G.. in the $5000 Stock Farm
stake to be trotted next month at
Walking Denmark, the premium
saddle stattion belonging to 1 1.
of White Stallion, will be sold on
county court day, Oct 4, in front of
the court house.
There will be big picnic at Slate
Lick spring next Saturday. Speaking
and dances will be the features
of the day's. Come everybody and enjoy
a day outing.
Circuit Court has been in session
three weeks but only two convictions
for felony liave been had: Daniel Skinner
for housebreaking and Win.
horse stealing, two years each.
A press dispatch from Ford says:
Quite a sensation was sprung here
last evening by the announcement of
the marriage of Mr. Malcolm Maupiu
and Miss Lizzie Edwards, both of
tnat city. They were married one
year ago in Jellico, Tenn.
Last week one looking through the
commodious ware room of S. L. Midkilf.
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-day and you
will see a full room of the nicest and
cheapest buggies ever brought to this
If you need anything in granite
ware go to Gus Margolen. lie has
just received a new line which he
will sell at the following "low prices:
Granite dish pans 35c, tea kettles 15c,
plates 5c. cotlee pots (three sizes) 25c,
porringers 10, 20, and 30c, sauce pans
20c, wash pans 15c. Come early and
get your choice.
Fine Saddle Horse For Sale.
Harry S. Morgan, at present sole
owner, will, on Monday, October 4,
county-court day, unless sold privately
before, offer at public sale in front
of the court house in Richmond, Ky.,
his fine bay saddle stallion, Walking
Denmark. This is one of tho most
noted horses in this section and the
sire of many fine colts.
Got a Good Caning, Did Mr. Crulcher.
Some of the revenue men of the
Eighth District have presented ex-Chief
Deputy W. L. Crutcher with a
$25 gold-headed cane, suitably engraved,
as a token of their esteem.
Mr. Crutcher's administration of his
important position, received just
praise from his superiors, but nothing
pleases hm beeter than to show this
gilt from the "Revenue Officers."
A Grand Central Depot Here.
Mr. E. V. Elder has made two important
improvements in his great
store, which consist of four automatic
package carriers and a two column
advertisement In the Climax. The
latter appears elsewhere and reveals
the fact that there is little or nothing
on tho face of tho globe which cannot
be found at Elder's Mammoth Empo-'
rinm. He bandies everything, all tho A
Fdt horses and mule colts wanted
at Fox's stable, next Tuesday.
"Gov." Powell's residence on the
Tales Creek pike, near Slain street,
was broken into on Sunday nffrnoon
and $20X0 in cash was stolen. Partof
this was found in an adjacent
and it is probable the balance will be
,, A Suggestion to Merchants.
A certain merchant at Paris thus
advertises for wheat:
"As a substitute for money we will
exchange you Sl.OO's worth of any
kind of dry goods, or merchandise, in
our business, for every bushel of
wheat you will bring us."
The Turner-Sebastian Case.
Judge Saufley refused to grant a
now trial for Tudor, sentenced for
twenty-one years for complicity in the
Turner-Sebastian killing at Lancaster.
The attorney then prayed an appeal
from the court of appeals, which
was granted The judgement was
suspended until action by the latter
court could be had- Turner is still in
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 affaire ot the county, and thus
reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I
solicit your aid. Grant E. Liily.
Lost Pocket Book and Twenty Dollars.
Dr. Paul Smith, who is hero from
Fayette. Mo., visiting his cousin, Mr.
J. W. Smith, while out hunting with
Messrs Harvey and Waller Chenault
last week, lost his pocket book containing
twenty dollars. As they rode
over the farm for several miles there
is little hope of finding the purse, but
next spring some plowman will strike
a small Klondike when he least expects
Elder Matt Campbell Dead.
After a painful illness of gangrene
Elder Madison Campbell, for nearly
half a century pastor of the United
Colored Baptist Church, died on
night, in his 74th year. He was
the most influential member of his
race in Madison county, and was an
upright citizen and christian. Funeral
services today," conducted by
Kev, T. H. Broaddus, and Elder
Smother, of Versailles.
Declined With Thanks.
O. C. McWillinms, of White Station,
received notice from Collector Yerkes
last wee that he had been assigned to
aSladay job as government storekeeper
at Moore's distillery, near
Lawrcnceburg, but Mr. McWilliam's
business at home would not permit of
his leaving and he o notified Mr.
Yerkes. He is a Gold Standard Democrat
and served a similar position
under Collector Bodes, at Silver
The Handsomest in Town.
The handsomest exclusive millinery
establishment in town is that
whichMiss Tempie Oldham has opened
in the storeroom west of Anner's
jewelery store on Main. Its location
and adaptability are unquestioned,
whilst the stock of goods and the ability
of the trimmers are unexcelled.
Miss Oldham will have her millinery
opening on Oct. 1-2, it will be
of the ordinary as sho has
spent some time in the cities perfecting
her knowledge of the art and laying
in new goods.
A Sell Supporting Cow.
Mr. B. F. Jacobs, of Irvine, is responsible
for the following: A man
well-known in judicial circles in Central
Kentucky owned a cow which
had contracted the bad habit of sucking
her abundant fiowof lacteal fluid.
Noticing that she kept sleek and fat
the owner contrived a yoke which- allowed
tho cow to draw all the milk
from one sido, leaving the other for
his rather numerous family. The cow
kept in good condition while allowed
this diet, aud it is said never required
anything else in the food line.
This seems to he something of an
endless chain atfair.
An Entirely New Business For Richmond.
Mr. Thos. J. Smith, Jr. has opened a
brokerage and insurance office in the
suite of rooms in the Masonic Building
over Covington & Mitchell, and is making
a specialty of buying State, county
and city claims, as .veil as carrying on a
general Fire and Accident Insurance
business. This is a new enterprise for
Richmond, and will be thoroughly Appreciated
as soon as its merts are understood.
Mr. Smith has the capital to
make a success of the undertaking, and
the patronage he has already received
attests the need of just such an
office in Bichmond, not to mention the
esteem and confidence of his friends.
A Bucket Shop Busied.
A Georgetown merchant and two
Scott county farmers were in together
to break a "bucket shop" branch of a
Cincinnati concern in buying wheat
on margins. The merchant put in
$2,250 and cleared $25 000. The farmers
are brothers, and one put in
$300 and! made $3,700. The other
brother put up $200, and when he had
made $500 wanted to draw out. His
brother said to the merchant: "Oh,
Tommie hasn't got any nerve, let's
buy him out" They did, and when
they sent down to collect the thou
sands they had made, the bucket
shop man could not be found. He had
skipped tho country. Besides failing
to get the $28,700 they won, they
lost all they had put in $2,760, besides
tho $500 they paid the brother
that "didn't have any nerve."
Paul Burnam Don't Like Frankfort.
Thai the love of Richmond is a genuine
quality in the heart of all her
citizens has been attested times
without number; the aged turn back
in memory fond to the days in Old
Madison as the happiest of their lives,
while the middle aged and the youth
ae equally as devoted to the home of
their, birth and always place Richmond
first and foremost. That this loyalty
and love is instinctive, is shown
by this letter from Master Paul Burnam,
seven-year old son of Judge A.
R Burnam, of the Court of Appeals,
who lately moved his family toFranl j
fort. It was written to his playmate,
Preston Smith, son of Mr. J. W. Smith :
Fbankfoet, Ky., Sept. 18, 1897.
I am goting write at Frankfort, no
I have not started yet to School no we
have not straighten up yet. But will
soon be through, i like Richmond
better than Frankfort. I don't know
time, atrock bottom prices. We have any Boys her except Ben and Waller
pleasure In introducingIr. TSlder to Bennett. . PATH. Bobnam
tho G.500 readers of the Cux I p.S. Tell Banks howdye. -
X ' e-
Said ol Mr. McKee's Marriage.
The Lexington Herald says of the
McKee-McKenna nuptials last week,
fully described in our last issue:
'Miss Uosie .McKenna, of Lexington,
and Mr. 'Richard Mc vee, of
Richmond were married yesterday
jnorning at 8 o'clock nfc St. Paul's
Church, Father Barry officiating. A
wedding breakfast at the home of
the bride, on Main ami Jefferson
streets, followed the ceremony at the
church. A number of friends were
present at the breakfast, who also enjoyed
a peep at the handsome and
numerous bridal presents. The bride
and groom left yesterday evening for
Nashville to attend the Exposition."
Madison Items In Nicholasville Democrat,
Mr. Wm. Stapp,of Madison county,
visited Mr. Jackson Stapp Saturday
Mrs. "W. D. Sanders, of Madison
county, visited Mr. F. Taylor, of this
place, Saturday and Sunday.
W. I. Sanders visited friends in
Madison county last Sunday,
Mr. Jackson Stapp visited friends in
Madison last week.
Several ot our farmers are hauling
lumber from Valley View reporting
that they get a lower price of same
quality of lumber thero.than they
can in this county.
Two Madison county farmers
passed through here Saturday with
hemp for the Nicholasville market,
which they disposed of at $3 and $3.25.
A Playmate ol Lincoln.
Tho Hodgenville Herald says that
in an humble log cabiu, surrounded
by tho vine clad Muldraugh's hills,
in a quiet and obscure part of LaRue
count-, lives the venerable playmate
of Abraham Lincoln Mr. Austin
Gollnher or "Uncle Austin," as hiB
LaRue county friends delight in
him, whenever they meet at
his home to talk oyer with him the
scenes and incidents of his 'simple
child-life when he was a playmate of
the lamented Lincoln. "Uncle Austin"
is again a child and a very feeble
one physically. The old gentleman
is now rapidly rounding out his term
of earthly existence. Ninety-one
years of active life has well nigh
worn-out the machinery that has so
long been subject to his active mind,
and tie lies in bed a helpless man, to
be waited on as he were an infant
Kentucky Men Honored by the University of
Va. Law Class.
A special from Charlottesville, Va.,
under date of Sept. 19, to Courier-Journal
"Yesterday was Kentucky Jday at
the University ot Virginia. At a
meeting of the law class the following
officers were elected: President, C.
V. Miller, of Irvine, Ky., Vice President,
Brutus J. Clay, of Paris, Ky.;
Treasurer. J. F. Minor, of Staunton,
Va. ; Historian, C. M. Owsley, of Lancaster,
Mr. Miller is a Bachelor of Arts of
Centre College, and also of Yale University.
He took a very high stand
in his junior year, and was elected
President by the unanimous vote of
the law class. Mr. Clay is a Bachelor
of Art of Princeton University and
a nephew of the Hon. C. M. Clay.
Mr. Owsley is a Bachelor of Science
of Centre College. He was Centre's
representative in the intercollegiate
oratorical contest in 1894, and yesterday
won the admiration and applause
of all in his speech nominating Mr.
Miller for the pressdency.
Never before in the history c f tho
university did so many honors in the
law department go to students from
one State. The Kentucky boys have
taken a high stand at the university,
and no citizen of the. old Commonwealth
need he ashamed of her representation
Miss Heath's Dramatic Recital Never Excelled
The fondest expectations of friends
numerous and true were fully realized
on Thursday night by the performance
of Miss Nannette Heath at
her dramatic recital in this city. Her
two years study at the Boston Con
servatory of Oratory, and her graduating
honors higher than awarded in
five years, entitled us to expect much
of our gifted young friend. That the
high hopes of all were realized is
evidenced by the unanimity of opinion
expressed after the performance.
The charity of friendship or the
usual charm of local talent were not
required to elevate the quality or increase
tho interest of the exhibition,
for it stands alone as worthy of lofty
praise from all sources alike, friend
or stranger critic Indeed, Miss
Heath was very brave to face .an
audienco of home people, and it must
have taxed her to the utmost to give
voire and gesture to the difficult selections
without a tremor or mistake.
Her graceful poses and cultivated
manner only heightened the charm
of her own sweet personality which
she infused and completely lost in
tho spirit of each piece.
While her taste leans towards tragedy,
in which she is superb, her
comic impersonations in "Seeing
Things at Night," "This little Pig
Went to Market" and "Tho Sleeping
Car Scene," fully attest the versatility
of her genius, and won applause
quite as spontaneous and vociferous.
Miss was fortunate in the
choice of her accompanist. Miss
Olivia Baldwin, and her soloist, Miss
Pattie, each without a peer in their
respective spheres. These young ladies
were, like 3Iiss Heath, repeatedly
encored, and obligingly gave
popular responses to these recalls.
The exhibition, as a whole or from
individual standpoints, was a perfect
success, ana its praises are still
heard in every social gathering.
Miss Nannette Heath, ...Elocutionist
Miss Mary Pattie, - Vocalist
Miss Olivia Baldwin,- -Pianist
Tell Me Not- - .... Strelezki
(a) Seeing Things at Night ..Field
(b) This Little Pig Went to
Swiss Echo Song .Eckert
The Message . Proetor
(a) 'Twas In the lovely Mouth
of May.... John Ford Barbour
(b) I once had a
Doll, Dears- ............2Sevin
(c) Tho Kiss
A Sleeping Car Scene Chaminade
Valse Caprice ..........Chaminade
Scene Prom Dftly
Silver Creek Vanquished.
The champion base ball team of
Silver Creek 'was defeated 14-7 on
the campus Saturday by Mike En-right's
all American team. The latter
was composed of town and college
players and was n- better team than
the visitors had expected to meet.
However, they took their defeat
gracefully, and the victors were no
less gracious and considerate. The
net proceeds of tho game, which
gotted up by Mr. C. S. Powell,
amounting to $10 was presented to
the Infirmary The Silver Creek
team is composed of good players
nnd gentlemanly fellows, and will al
ways be welcomed in a contest with
the town boys.
Sam Willerford, tho man who recently
ate CO eggs, a dozen apples
and a big onion at Paint Lick at one
sitting, an account of which was
given in these columns, has como to
tho front again by being challenged
by Col. Bill Lucas, of tho Berea
neighborhood, to an contest
for the championship and door
receipts. The challenge has been accepted
by WiPerfortl and the two
men arc to meet .st J dnt Lick in tho
near future when the contest will
take place. Willi, ford has the reputation
of being tLo b'ggcst glutton
on White Lick, oir ono or two
having almost created a famine
in that section by filling up his capacious
maw. Lucas is considered
a pretty good eater and Willerford
seems to rather dread him, having
had a similar contest at a negro
some-time ago when both parties,
after devouring nearly everything before
them, were paid to leave the table
with their stomachs still unfilled.
But he says ho wears the bolt as the
champion enter in his section of tho
county and declares that he will hold
the championship or make Lucas
bust wide open ! Willerford has the
advantage of Lucas in reputation and
size, but Lucas seems to have no apprehension
and says he will show the
White Lick gourmand a thing or two
in eating when they meet, and no
doubt the price of hen fruit will go
up after this contest comes off. The
affair is being well advertised by the
Paint Lick people, and a large crowd
is expected to witness what will un
doubtedly be an interesting sight.
A Strange Cass.
The Stanford Journal thus tells of a
strange death which occurred there
last Tuesday, which has few parallels
in newspaper annals:
The daily prayer for months of
Mrs. Maria Warren to be at rest was
answered Tuesday, when death came
suddenly and with little fpam. She
got up that morning apparently in
her usual health and attended to her
household duties, prepared things
for dinner and stirred around considerably.
Miss Emma Warren was
sick and at home and she told her to
lie on the couch, but Mlrs Emma told
her to use it herself and she would
go up stairs and lie down. S' e had
not been gone long until she henrd
Mrs. Warren gasp and going down
she found her in convulsions Dr
Hugh Reid happening to pass at the
time was called in and he suggested
that a drink of whisky and water be
given her. She heard it and said,
"Give mo water, but I will drink no
whisky." Soon she went into another
convulsion and in less than half
an hour was dead dead as she had
hoped always to die, suddenly and
withoutboingatrouble toothers. Mrr.
Warren's maiden name was Maria
Limb VanPelt and she was born Feb.
19. 1819, making her 7S years old. She
was married three times, first to Jas.
Dawson by whom sho had two children,
only ono of whom are living, Dr.
J. AV. Dawson, of Cleveland, O., who
was paralyzed two years ago and
whose helpless condition had been
the subject of so much concern to the
aged mother. Her husband lived
about 10 years after their marriage
and a few years after his death, she
married Burton McKinley, who only
lived some three years. About 20
years ago sho married Mr. James R
Warren, who attheageof 91 preceded
her to the crave but a few months
Mrs. Warren was one of nine children,
only two of whm servivo, Mrs.
Mary J. Murphy and .Mr. Wm. Van-Pelf,
of Indianapolis. For 60 years
deceased had been a member of the
Christian church and wa3 in every
way a good and true woman. She
knew that her Kedeemer liveth and
was impatient to go to Him and find
rest, sweet rest. Elder Joseph
preached the funeral discourse at
her late home, assisted by Elder
Joseph'Severance. and spoke of her
in the most praiseful words as a woman
and a Christian, after which
many friends followed the remains to
Sf ' 53?"
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Why is ore woman attractive and another
not? The most admirable and attractive
thing about an attractive woman
is her wotnnnlines. Everybody admires
a wonanly woman. She must have health,
of couise, because without it she would
lose the brightness of her eyes, the full
ness of her cheeks and her vivacity. Real
health must mean that a woman is really
a woman. That she is strong and perfect
in a sexual way, as well as in every
other. That she is capable of performing
perlectly the duties of maternity.
Some are born with what is called "constitutional
weakness." Those who do
not enjoy peifect health, need only take
the proper precautions and the proper
remedy to become perfectly well and
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will cure any derangement of the
distinctly femauine organism.
Send 21 cents in one-cent stamps to
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1008 page "Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
"Only nervous" is a sure indication
that the blood is not pure. Hood's Sarsaparilla
purifies the blood and cures
Stray Hogs tor Sale.
It not called . for by September 30, 1
will sell publicly atDnncan & Chennult's
livery stable, two black sow shoate,
weighing about 75 pounds each, marked
with swallow fork in left ear.
Chief of Police.
The ladies of the C. W. B . M., of
the Richmond Christian church, invite
the ladies and young people of all the
Christian churches of the county to
meet at the Christian church, in Richmond,
the first Saturday in October, at
10 o'clock. There will bo an interesting
morning and atternoon program by the
members of the 0. "W. Br M. Auxiliaries
and mission bands of the county
and alieht luncheon served at noon iu.
the basement. AJl're most-cordially
invited. " rrf'&t
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dire all lircr Ills, bilious-
ness, Iiewlaehe, sour llj.
ach, Indigestion, tji ill K
tlon. They act eaally, with. HI 9
out pain or Rripe. Sold by alt 25 cent.
The onlj JH1U Jo take with Saraparilla.
Ambrose Wilson, a wealthy farmer,
was killed by a "train near Midway.
How long have you been coughing-a
day, a week, a month, a year? Dr.NBelPs
Pine Tar Honey will cure that coudi.
There can be no doubt of it, because it
has cured many others equally severe.
Every ono should investigate the merits
of this great remedy. it
Louis Simmons, a miner, was crushed
to death by a train at Jellico.
Lack of vitality and color-matter in the
bulbs cnnseB the hair to fall out and turn
gray. We rernmmend Hall's Hair Re-newer
to prevent baldness and grayness.
in !ge Duncan of I.ewishnrg, is
One advantage of taking Ayer's
to j urify the blood h that you
need not infringe upon your hours of labor
nor deny yourself any food that
agrees with you. In a word, you arc not
compelled to starve or loaf, while takinc
it. These are recommendations worth
Arguments are being made in the Mc
Gill murder trial at Padueah.
Before going on a sea voyage or into
the country, be sure and put a box of
Ayer's Pills in your valine. You m.iv
have occasion to thank us for this hint.
To relieve constipation, billionsness, and
nausea, Ayer's Pills arc the best in the
world. They sre also easy to take. It
In a wreck on the Wabash railroad,
in Missouri two men were killed.
'Be regular and punctual in all things"
was one of the old maxims taught lone
ngo. The last is not forgotten, but the
first is scarce remembered, so irregular is
the life of most people nouadas. The
only corrector of this evil is Simmons
Liver Regulator, which keeps the liver
active and prevents the ills of irregular
living: Dyspepsia, Biliousness Constipation,
etc. It also cures these troubles.
The National Raid
todav at Nashville.
Nervous Scrofula Rheumatism.
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scrofula and rheumatism and she was
very nervous. We concluded to buy a
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. After she
had taken four bottles she was cured of
all her troubles, since then we have always
kept Hood's Sarsaparilla on hand."
J. A. Elliott, Sandy Springs, Tennessee.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and do
not purge, pain or gripe. All druggists.
The uprising in Guatemala is of a serious
When your stomach beuins to trouble
yon, it need- help. The help it needs, is
to digest your food, and, until it gets it,
you won't have any peace. Stomach
very distresing, very obstinate,
very dangerouB. Many of the mosj dangerous
diseases begin with simple indigestion.
The reason is that indigestion
(not-digestion, not-nourishment) weak
ens the system and allows disease germs
to attack it. The antidote is Shaker Digestive
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curothe. It cures indigestion and
health. It does this by strengthening
the stomach by helping it to digest your
food. It nourishes you. Shaker Diges
tive Cordial is made of pure herbs plants
and wine, is perfectly harmless and will
certainly cure al! genuine stomach trouble.
Sold by druggists, prico 10 rents to
$1 CO per bottle. It
Gen. Andrade was elected President
A Caro For 311Iou3 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.
Fire at North Manchester,
caused a Ls3 of $70,000.
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the life fading out of lift wife's face,
pees her health going, sees her
old and faded and wrinkled when
she should still be in the perfect enjoy
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less than a man or else does not know of
the one remedy which will bring her
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her husband cannot persuade her to go
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wondertul medicine has cured hundreds
of women after 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 jt. It is a ceitain cure for all
angements, weakness, irregularities ami
displacements of internal organs peculiar
Additional suspected cases of yellow
fever were reported at New Orleans.
Make the Most of Yourself.
It is the duty of every man to make
the most of himself. Whatever his capacities
may be, he is sure to find some
place where lie can be useful to himself
and to others But he cannot reach hi9
highest usefulness without good health
and he cannot have pood health without
pure blood. The blood circulates to every
organ and tissue and w hen it is pure, rich
aud healthy it carries health to the entire
system, but if it is impure Kseatters disease
wherever it flows. Hood's Sarsaparilla
is the one true blood purifier. It
cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh, dyspepsia
and rheumatism because these
diseases have their origon in the blood
An Iron workerat Phoenisville, Pa.,
fell heir to a fortune of ?500,000.
Doaecrous Bringing "Water.
Death larks in'impure water It breedsJ
diseases, often in epidemic form.
The first Bymptom is looseness of the
bowels. These diseases are checked by
taking Foley's Colic Cure. W. G. White
The wheat crop in Argentina is heavy.
Everrbody Says So.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful
medical dfscovery of tho age, p
and refreshing to too taste, act gciitly
anu positively on Kiunejs, liver nna itowcis,
cleansing tho entire system, dispel colds,
euro licauaclic, fever, habitual constipation
and biliousness. PI cast) buy and try a box-or
C C. C to-day; 10, 2T. !J) cents, holdand
guaranteccLto cure by all druggists.
The export of grain from Portland,
Ore., are heayier than ever known.
Uonfield. 111., Aug. 14,1895.
'I-am subject to Cramps and "Colic.
arid have used many remedies, but find
J'oley's Colic Care beats them aHWV
L. Yeates." W. G. Whita "-4 Richmond,"
KY, , --& -
No family should be without Foley's
Colic Cure, for all bowel complaints.
W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
Boston has a yellow fever scire.
It Saves the Croupy Children
Seaview, Vs.-We have a splendi 1 sale
. ,!,- .... 1. T..rrfil,r tifltl
on iitiamueriaiii a vuuj," j.vc...vu. -our
customers coming from far and near,
sneak of it in the highest terms. Many
have eaid that their children would have,
died of croup if Chamberlain's Cough
Tt.mpdv had not been c"nen. Kellam
&Ourren. The 25 and 50 cant sizes for
sale dy W G. White Richmond Ky.
A rigid yellow fever quarantine is 1 e
ing maintained all over the South.
The pleasant effect an I perfect safety
with which la lies may use Svrnp of Figs,
under all conditions, nnkes it their favorite
remedy To get the true and genuine
article, look for the name of ttie
California Fig Syrup Company, printed
near the responsible druggists.
Ten thousand miners are now on a
strike in the Hazelton. Pa., district.
"Mv boy came home from school one
day with his hand bully 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 free'y. Alt pain ceased, and in a
remarkably short time it healed without
leaving a scar. For wounds sprains,
swellings and rheumatism, I know of no
medicine or prescription equal to it. 1
consider it a household necessity." The
25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. G.
White Richmond Ky
There was a jail delivery at Nashville.
Just try a 10V.
finest liver and boel
hoc of Cascarets, the
An cloven year-? Id boy commiueu
suuide at Cincinnati bv hanging.
Don't Tobacco Spit and Books Tonr Lifa A'srij
If yon want to quil tobacco using easilj
auJ forever. Be made well, strong, mugucuc.
full of new life and vigor, take
tho tliat makes weak men
strong. Many Rain tein,nu"j3 in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Iluy No-To-Dau of your
drucgist, under guarantee to cure, 50o or
$UX). Booklet and ssmplo maile.1 free. Ad.
Sterling icemeuyuo.,vuii3iKinii -non ium.
Mrs. Mary Martin Trigg, the oldest
citizen of Glasgow, is dead.
CAscAnETS stimulate liver, ki lueys and
bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
At Fairmont, Va , two little children
were cremated while at play.
Tetter, and Eczema.
The Intense itchiinr and Emartfmr inci
dent to these diseaajs ia instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Jinny very bad ;ases
have been permanently cured by it. It
b equally efficientifor itching piles and
a favorite remedy for Eore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore o'.ee. 25 cts. per box.
I)r. Cady's Ceuditlea Powders, are
just what a horse, tneed3 when in bad
condition. Tonidj blood purifier and
yennifngo!' Thorr are not food but
medicine and tne lies in use to pmr a
horso in prime pndition. Price' 25
centa per packagej
1 Senator -William Lindseypredicts a
lng Jsational Defocratifi vote.
. WHEN-bilious ojcostive, rtCscaret,
candy cathartjeiire arataf, 10, 26c.
Four local tobacco warehouses are
said to be contemplating a consolidation.
At W. G. White's drug store, a marvelous
cure for all kidney complaints,
nervous exhaustion and temale weakness
It is Foley's Kidney Cure,
James Robinson, who murdered his
wife, died in jail at Mount Holly. N. J.
Land For Sale.
I have 175 acres of good land situated
on the Richmond and Otter Creek
pike, two miles from Red House, that
I wish to sell either as a whole or in
to separate tracts, 75 acres in one
tract and 100 acres in tae other. It is
all in cultivation under good fence,
and improvements nith plenty of
The 75 acre tract has a new house
on it. For further information apply
to J. Tevis Cobb or myself.
ACTIVE gentlemen or ladies to
travel for responsible, established
house in Kentucky. Monthly, $t.00
Position steady. Ref
erence, iinciose set resseu
stamped envelope. The Dominion
Company, Dept. W. Chicago,
Two thoroushbred stallions. Elkwood
iSuburban winner), "Dunboyne," both
winners. For particulars write to
I will sell at public sale to the highest
and best bidder, on my premises.
the hours of 10 and lloMork,
a. in., on
I'Mii QcUber U, W,
The following described farm, contain
ing 2371 acres of land, lying en tho waters
f Silver Creek, and better known
as the J 15. Miller farm, lieing 8 miles
mm Richmond, Kv., and 2J miles from
rdnVer Creek Station, adjoining the
lands of J. P. Simmons. S. P Ross. J. P.
Jones and Mrs. J. Haan. The land is
well wateied and fenced, fairly cood
residence, two excellent tobacco barns,
two good tenement houses, stable, ice
house and all other necessary
Cood school within 1 mile of
farm. Said land is in two tracts, one
801 acres and the other 157 acres and
will be sold fcparately and as a whole.
Terms made known on day of etle.
LAND FOR SALE
I have 45 acres of land for salei This
land lies in the Foxtown precinct; direct
on a county roaTJ, well watered and
fenced, new modern honse; very productive.
. ( an be lioueht cheap' Also
my home place of 70 direct n the
Foxtown and Rooneshoro pike t
. J. W. GARRIKOX
MasterCoHfsissieaer'sNatice toCr editors
Maoison ClBCUIT dUKT.
Jas. Ross Admr., - - - IJIaijitiff,
Jas.Jioss Heirs, - - - Defenlant
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All persons having claims against the
estate of Xamea Roes, decM., arejJiereby
notified to file the same legally hedged,
with the undersigned Im ocbajsrethe
ltJ Jay of November, 117, f wjne'wiM
' -, Tcaifiip.'a
fhe Throttle Thrown Wide Open..
THE ENGINE THAT "WORKS
THE MACHINERY OF THE
Busy Bee Cash Stores
TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY.
TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN.
Our shelves, our leges our upstairs department,
and atlicsare all bending and groaning under tho
enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them.
State County and City Claims
First-class Fire Insurance Companies
Agent for New York Fidtlitv
and Casualty Co.
XF"Will write you accident
policy or go on your bond for
Office in Masonic Buildincover
Covington & Mitchell.
Land For Sale!
R. J. White. Jr., has a fine farm for
sale, containing 85 acres of g tod land
and nice improvements, 2$ miles from
Richmond for sale privately.
Is n 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 yon, don't forget that all of our
lOcentwall paper has lieen reduced to
FIVE CENTS. We furnish 10
cnt wall paper with U inch border,
hum: on walls.
Room 10x14 $ - io
Room 12x14 " 00
14x16 3 50
Room - - - -
AVe make Window Shades and Picture
Frames, all sizes and kinds See our
line of picture and room mouldings.
GEO. W. WIllGING.
209 West Main
For Sale !
Forty-three acres of land, 12 acres of
which w river bottom laud,
with good dwelling house and stable
thrown in. One quarter mi!e from
Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek.
TTor fnrtlier particulars .call on or addre&r
Already they are unloading at our door, ear load after car load of boxes filled with new-Fall
Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almostlarge enough
for small dry goods stores within themselves. It is almost impossible to pass the streets
in front of our store.
No Tariff added, no Bad Debts, nothing to cause our
customers and friends to pay an advance on a single article
bought from ns this season.
You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don employ an unexperienced
buyer to lay in our stock. Each and every article that fill our ..helves and piled up on our
counters has been selected with great care by a buyer who L .s had years of experience;
who knows a "good thing when he sees it."
Our campaign against high prices this season will be the
hottest fought ba'.tje in the history of our business. We
set the pace for competition and let them follow.
Canton Flannels, bought direct fiom mills in solid car
lots. A great saving to our customers, as we can sell them
tr you at ictail and give you wholesale prices.
Great 6tocks of Calicos arc piled upon the streets and
in the store and some of the very best brands are only :Me
per yard. Bring your wagons anil load np. We don't
offer you one yard at thid price, but 1 COO yards if you
Blankets of all descriptions bought in 100-pair lots. As
we have two great stores to buy for we can save our
many a "Hani Earned Dollar" on Klankets. We
sell them a nice white bed blanket, 10-4 size, large enough
for any bed, at per pair.
The new Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress
Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our
The most elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or
overcoats can be found here. Our tailor-made, satin-lined
suits and overcoats are the dpath knell to all competition.
1 hey fit better, they Jook nicer, they wear longer and thev
are priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' ( They
are double knee, double seat and elastic bands, warranted
not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing.
We are the leaders iu prices on all lines of Boots and
Shoes. Sjecial attention paid to this stock. Special prices
made all through the line, stock larger and more complete
than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them
up. Prices lower than ever made.
We have a man's Ribbed Vest, fleece-lined, with drawers
to match, heavy weigirt, that we can sell at 25c each
that beats the world. Same that last season at -U)e.
Ladies' VMs. with pants, winter weight, 1'.),
worth 25c. Childien's Kibbed Vests and
pants from 8c np, winter weight An elegant line of ladies'
and gents' fine Underwear in at ery low prices.
A Housiold Necessity.
Small wears and notions of all kinds in lare quantities
are to be had in this great Emporum of Bargains. If ynii
need anything from a lc paper of pins to a full-grown steam
engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store.
Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take
a ppecial pride here, as ptett3 stylish Cloaks are greatly
admired bv even one and our Cloak Department is filled
with beautiful tliWs. Call and look through nhrther you
need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you
Don't he the lat one to call and see this immense stock
of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the best things
are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the
crowd. You will meet with a hearty welcome and be
waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for
past patronage, vs e are ,
OLDHAM k COMPANY.
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liMilic Sale ol Land!
M vDi,wv Circuit
ce a iieira, - xiaiBuna, i
Jesse Newby's Heirs, - Defcsdaats.
DY virtue of a judgment of the Madfces
cuit Court, rendered at the betrtenfeer Turn
thereof. 1S97. the UBtlercgBetl Speeial Commissioner
of the sjhI court, will or
1897. between the hours of 10 s m ami 4 p.m .
at the Jesse Newby homeplice on the w.rrs
of Tate s Creek in Madison countv. Kv . 1 ,
mile- from Richmond. Kv . ed t ;;ll the
following described tracts of land lying ami
being in Madison county, Ky
1st. Tbe place known a the Jee Newby
home place lyinj on the Tate's Creek pke 5',
miles from Richmond. Ky.. coataiunwt 119
E-li acres, more or less, said kind has a
residence thereon, with Mrs.
ood orchard, all necessary alt
fences in good conlition, all of the sad kind
being of the first quality and in a high statu of
cultivation, being all in gras3.
2nd. Also another tract of land containing
27 8IMW acres, more or less, and Is knowa as
the tract of land, satd land is
situated on the B. N. I A B. R. R. aad dioB!
the land of Sid Kanatzar on the aort Hd
Kanatzar on the west. Mapu? Grove Taran.'tei
on the south This is a splendid piece of Lib 1.
is in a fine state of cultivation and has gMd
fences on it
3rd. Also another tract of tract of land containing
32 acres, more or less, and known s tho
land, situated on Honest Ran
Branch, being about ', mile from the Tate's
deek turnpike. Said land is of good quality,
has a comfortable dwelling house on it ik!
fences and abundance ot never failing water.
1th. Another tract of land containing 5BV.
acres, more or less, known as the
land on the waters of Tate's Creek aad
lying along the Tate's deei pike about .
miles from Richmond, Ky , being in grass and
under a good fence and in a state of good
3th. Another tract of land containing US',
acres, more or less, known as the John Xewbv
tract lying on Stony Fork and the Kentueky
river, having two comfortable dwelling hees
thereon, is well timbered and predates good
corn and wheat. Said land will be sold as a
whole or in parcels to suit purchasers, if k be
found that it will bnng more money soM la
TERMS All of said land will be fokJ to the
highest and best bidder, one-third of the purchase
money to be due anJ payable ia six (6)
months, one-third in twelve (12) month?, and
the remaining one-third in eighteen (lt
months, all of the purchase money bearings
per cent, from date of sale, tne purchaseror
purchasers to execute bond to the said Special
Commissioner for the said purchase money
with good security, said bonds to have tho
force and effect of a judgment with liens on tbe
land for unpaid purchase money. Possession
will be give" all the said lands on the 1st
day January, 1S3S.
B. B. BULLION,
Also at the same time and place as Administrator
of Jesse Xewby. dee'd. I will proceed to
sell the following personal propertyi About
3J bushels of seed wheat and a lot of seal rye,
also one three-year-old mars mule.
B. B. Million, Special Com.
J. Tevis Cobb, Atty. for Pl'ff s. and Admr.
jas. j. McCarthy,
Practical Plumber .
and Gas Fitter.
AU work done promptly and Iwirk
for myself and not for the Richmond Water &
Light Co. Call tor me at the Water & Gas Co.
office jas. j. McCarthy.
As Trustee ot J. T. Estill, I will impose
to public sale on the premises, at 10
o'clock a. m., sharp, on
Wednesday, Sept 29, 18&7,
A No. one Bine Grass Farm, veil
watered and in a high state of cultivation,
containing 225 acres of land. A ,Vo.
one dwelling house and four rnaniCcen J
barns. If from any cause the land 1 not
oM it jdrill be rented far the year 1JWS.
Will Also offer for sale 15 or 20 heal of
hor and mules, some mnle colts. ff or
70 hoes, 4 or 5 cos and calves, a let of
farmiK implements of all kind 4it -about
500 barrels of corn in shock ajul. a
lot of laatW. Terms made known ob
day ot sale.1 t.j.hxiiuj'