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is a most delicate mechanism. It
needi attention. It nsij to have a
pood watch lire! of all. Then it paj s
to keep it ia perfect order. A watch
needs cleaning every bix months as
much as doe your face every day.
It pores pet clopped. We are expeit
A Fine Watch cost three times as
much, twenty years ago, as it does
now. Machinery has reduced the
of making. We !".' some
very fine, solid pold watches of the
best makes, for low prices. Delighted
to show them to you and to talk
watch to you.
I have a full stock of everything in
the jewelry line that we are offering
you at hip bargains. We are clearing
out our ladieh belts at cost. Have
something new in a silver cleaner.
The Main St. Jeweler.
In The Mixim
Oftentimes paints are spoiW in the
niivuig. Tin painter of has a
jzreat advantage of the for he
can jiet the iKo M Wiuj.inc. paiul.s
ready mixed in anv color,
qts) White and
At a prut the old fellows would
he ustouihhe 1 at. Don't delay a contemplated
job of painting or paering
the COST You will be sur
ril how far vour money noes in
We have i-till on Mle a number
of patterns of lOcts Wallpapers for
This price will continue ho long as they
lat- Window tilav. Window Shaded
Picture Frames. Mwk the Iargctt.
Qualitv the Best ami jirices alwajb the
GEO. M. WILLGING.
200 West Main Street,
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Schedule In effect May 2, 1807.
' EASTB'jpwn No. I. No. & Ko 1
Lv. LouUville 7 -Aam 4.20pm 7.36pm
Ar. shelbjTllle. 8 10am 5.47pm 8.51pm
Ar.Li'rencflb'c... Solum a3ijn CJOpm
Ar. Versailles 10.17am 6.5flpm 8.49pm
Ar. Lexington 1(1 50am 7.25pm 10 10pm
No. & Nu. 3. No. 4.
Lv. Lexington "rfUim i.lUpro 5 Uium
Ar. Vensllle a 15am 5.3rpx o.S8 m
Ar.I'renceb'g &3Sam 6.00pm s.43am
Ar. Shelbyvllle 9.am V.Jpm GiSam
Ax. Louisville luiSJam Elapm a (Warn
Trains Noa. 1, 2. 5 and 6 carry Free Observation
Na 11 No. II. sta loss. Xo li. so. 14.
ilum Lr Loaisril Ar .l5pm iaam
AXVpm SiSm ArLarncbivAr &s5pm 8iiim
t7.Spm 10. 45 am ATllaroJsbtrArl 4ipm 7.35am
,7 Wpnil 0 -8 ml at uarKln..Lrl 4JS)prn 7.3Sam
r,a Ult.NO 67 srAriuMS Xa in tXclM.
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S.47pm S.iuam ArSaelbrll Ar .im 6.45pm
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TSUpm lLSOdm ArMldwar Ar 7 41am ISSpin
730pm It 15pm Ar Oeorgta Lt 71&am 3.00pm
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4 .T LouUtU Ar lJio m 8. 15pm
10 Slim 6.57pm Lr Versl'.es Ar 735am 5.30pm
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1.7. Loaisviile..... 7 45am 7.36pm
A". Lexliirtoa.... lOSOam mi 0pm
Ar. Knowilld.... ........ Kuupm 7.30am
Ar Asaerille LSsm Ll&pxn
Ar. Uuatt inootfa.. 7 4opm 6.00 im
Ar Atlanta a.tim ll.iOam
At Macon 8.15am II 10pm
Ar Jacksonville Slupm 8 10jm
Lt SOlnm 605am
Ar. Hinnlnzbam.. u.avpm 10.som
Ar. Mendim... .. 4.om a.4pni
Ar. New Orleans. ILSOam 9 55pm
Na 1 carries Free ear LouUrllle to
Lexington there eonnectia; with Solid
balcTpiln earrjlne Pullman Sleeping Can via
uatuawiiui uirmincnam aaa .New Orleans,
No. J Clrrlei Pallmnn lnrruir tr.
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JaekaoHTllle TbrHot Springs. Ashe7llle, ana'
wii uu, aisipgr iiuucioil to new Or-
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mj Itre; &! fic the benctUof tb fnffcrloc 1 H .
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llf r Id trtppe. well u Ukr cough. We kep It hi
Mr httit U th Uoat, ud wmM not b wtthm It.
Usa. M. A. ilrrCALji, 720 SorUl lib St r4tcHi, Kj.
Is eold by all drnpglsts or sent upon receipt
of price Sic., 50c and 1 per bottle by
Th C r. flhrrU4 SmJW. C, Tiitak, Jtj.
SUPPLY THE TRADE
Our factory on Laurel Street in Richmond
"is now running, and we are
prepared to fill orders for twist of the
"Friis of Riskni,"
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"Pair of Jacks"
Brand., three grades. Wc can sax e you
money Send us a trial order; you '-Ml
he gin with our products. Efee
rially pleased to hear from country mer
White 0 Ross,
49 Richmond, Ky.
L. & JN'. K R.
K. 0. DIVISION.
In Effect Nov. 7, 1S90.
lv. Express for Cincinnati, AKV
a. m. I'aris, Mavsville, r. m
6.20 mail. 7.20
m. ivihe. Winch ester and
2.00 jlxincion mail. 100
Livingston, lAindon, Jei
1.05 lico, l'ineville. 12 o5
Fast line for Livinton A SI
11.43 3 1M
a. si. Fast line for Cini'iunati p. ji.
:5 10 Paris Winchester. 11.-13
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7J0 Stanford. :05
For further particulars call on or
KUrEK HOOD, Ajrt.
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. . . .HE PATS THE
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Phone 3. Second St.
OUGHT TO USE.
PEKVKNT "forsettlnsr to charsre,"
ntKVKNT disputes over account.
1'KEVKNT mistaken of all kinds.
ACCURATELY record cah aales,
BAKU three bllU at one writing
Useo by Retailers Everywhere.
Write for circular.
Hamilton Anrodranhir. Rfisffif r,n
P HAMILTON, OHIO.
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A Book for Young and Old.
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RECORD NERVOUS ij
u fcii i87o m BLOOD 1
, 250.000 SKIN
DISEASED ij PRIVATE ,
MEM m diseases ;; :
P CURED m vJj
lime you finned
tj Mttmia i ratol tbo l;niJlo enmo you
yi ircro coramiltine. Didyouonlyronsidcr
5 tbe fuscirnlics alluretncntj of lbU evil
pj hiliit? When too lato to avoid the ter-;A
nblc remits, Trcre yor.r eyes o;cneJ to
fC$ yonr jicril? lid yon later on in man I
hood cntrnct any P1U VATK or BLOOO fi j
dieae? Were you cured? DoyouDow
nn1 tbn fee rome alarming tymptoms? SSJ
)ro yop marry in your present
Vmi teoir. "LUOJ F.VTHEU.
Lt KK SOX." If tnnrried. cro you
lii infill dread? Je marriase a
failure with you on account of any weakness
cau rd by early abuto or Liter
Ha e you been with
mercary? This liooUlctwillrKimtontlo
you tba result . of tbcfo erimos and oint
out howcur NUV METHOD Tit
JUKNT vill positively euro yon. It
rbow ho it thoumndu h.ivo Leon Fared by
our NKVi' TKnAT.Mi:NT. It prove
how we can CUAilAXTER TO CURE
ANV CDKAI5LK CASE OU NO PAY. I
no treat and cttre
YUrrrorKT.n. sypiitt.tr. rt.v.rt
r.4 gl'KICl'l'KB. IMPOTKNCV.
LKKT DKAIKK. U.VNATnilAL
! CURES GUARANTEED
"Tbe AVbccj of Sin" font frre W
enelofine 2e stamp. CONSULTATION
PRI'I. If nnrkhln fn rail, vrritft fnr
&l OUKKTTON I1LAKK for U0MIS
S22 W. FOURTH STREET,
For Tho Climax.
THE LITTLE PIECE OF CE0AK.
A little piece of cedar, "
Was broken off one day;
Its meaning, 3'ou the reader,
Guess tho truth, yea or uny ?
He gae it to a friend near hy,
And said, this to you I give,
There was a sparkle in his eye;
Ah he said: For thee I live.
She with a willing henrt accepts it.
And placed it in a hook ;
She cured not to rcj ct it,
.As she knew him !-, that lixik.
In the book, on tin it poiie leaf,
Ijay the purple hem's nre,
Now listen, httbloi i- hiiet,
llut ib one thai i.
This little piece of ( cdar,
W'uti itb ausver diitrilv given;
Now, my dear readn,
Yuu know just wheie Cupid's dart was
Now, and :n yens to oiue these with-
e ed tokens,
Will lie hourly, dai'y clieiislied.
They will tell of Hie ovs that will
never ho broken
And of theliue hcuts that will never
The Dinglty Deficit.
Mr Nelson Dinglej veiy
eooll3r informs the
The New York AVorld
that his eelebnited Uiriff act
maj reasonablj" be expected
to produce a deficit in the government's
revenue of something
like $50,000,000 before
it can be expected to make its
benign influence felt. Between
Mr. Reed's ''state of
mind" as a panacea for financial
evils, and Mr. Dingley's
deficit-producing tariff act,
the country has some rare
prospects before it.
Mr. Dinghy sas the deficit
will be the natural result of
the vast importation that took
place before the bill went into
effect, but we think it must
be clear to all sensible persons
who know the character and
effect of the Wilson protection
bill, that the importations
in anticipation of the enactment
of the Dingle' law paid
their due proportion of revenue
into the treasuiy so
that these importations, instead
of contributions to the
leiicit, liave actually tended
to cut it down adding to
the resources of the treasury.
But what effect will the predicted
deficit have on our finances?
during the campaign of last
year, declared over and over
again that the bond issues
were occasioned by the
deficit, and the' raked
Mr. Cleveland fore and afjb
especially aft, in the nature
of things for permitting
such a dangerous thing as a
deficit to make its appearance,
thus compelling the government
to issue bonds in time of
peace. And not only Mr.
Cleveland, but the Democratic
part', was called harshly to
task for enacting a tariff law
that would create such a terrible
thing as a deficit.
In the face of all this, Mr.
Dingley comes out boldly and
says the deficit under his celebrated
trust-breeding act will amount
to fifty millions the first year.
If the Republican theory of
bond issues is true Mr. Mc-Kinley
will have to engage in
that business before he is
many months older. If the
failure of the treasury income
to keep even with outgo makes
it necessary to issue bonds in
time of peace, Mr. McKinley
(in the interim of appointing
negro postmasters in the
south (would do well to have
his bond plates prepared.
The so-called deficit under
Cleveland had not reached
twenty-five r..illions, before
he was compelled to issue
has been struck
by a locomotive
picked up alive
aud earned on"
by the cowcatcher
mil escape. The
and wrecked his body, and through the
merits of a medicine is picked up alive
and restored to health has had an almost
equally wonderful There are
thousands of men, who have for years overworked
themselves to the neelect of their
health, aud then when utterly -wrecked
in body and shattered in nerve have
been picked up anu restored to hcaith by
Dr. Pierpp'R (tolrlon
It is a marvelous remedy that corrects
all disorders of the digestion, invigorates
the liver, and fills the blood with the life-giving
elements that build new flesh and
muscle. It is the great and
flesh-builder. It cures oS per cent, of all
cases of consumption and is a specific for
diseases due to disorders of the digestion
or imperfect nutrition. Druggists sell it
" Myself and wife." writes Mr. II. G. Adarax.
ofTurners Button, Henry Co.. Ky.. "Iiave taken
five bottles of vour Golden Medical Discovery
and- Favorite JTcscription.' The medicines arc
curing both of us. We can't say too much for
them or for you. My wire persuaded me to onit
the doctor here and try one bottle of yi
en Medical Discovery.' I did so, and I thank Got
for it. I have it hichly to many of
my neighbors. I told them that if t did not do
them one dollar's worth cf eood that I would pay
"I will give yon a little statement of my own
case. I was could hardly get up in
the morning, never ccn whole nicht's sleep, wat
short of Itreath, had t tight feeling in the stomach,
and was restless. I would throw up mv
food, and had numerous other ailments which 'l
have not time to wriie about now. I now fetl
better and look better than ever before in
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the surest,
safest, quickest cure for constipatioB.
They never (rripe. One tittle " Pellet" is a
ireatlc laxative, and two a mild cathartic.
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$110,00,00') of bonds. This
"being so. nothing short of an
issue oi o200,000,000 will satisfy
the deficiency promised
by Mr. Dingley as the result
of his wonderful law.
As all sensible men know
however, there was no such
thing under the Cleveland administration
as an issue of
j bonds to cover a deficit. The
i violation of law by which Mr.
. Cleveland made greenbacks
and treasury notes payable
in gold instead of coin, drove
; some .00,000,000 of our gold
abroad, and Mr. Cleveland,
acting as the partner of the
gold-grabbers, issued bonds
to buy the gold back. That
was all there was to the bond
It is a very fortunate thing
for the Republican framers
of the Dingley law that the
cheapening of the gold dollar
with respect to a number of
commodities has helped business
and revjved hope in the
minds of the people, otherwise
the so called deficit
would have assumed alarming
proportions for the treasury
receipts are in direct ratio
with the prosperity of the
people. Atlanta Constitution.
One Editor's Life.
Col. Lon Haley, now located
in Tucson, Arizona, sends
Col. Craddock, of Paris, the
foll wing clipping:
"Tne following statistical
information is said to be an
accurate memorandum of the
life experience of a Phoenix
Been asked to drink. . .11,362
Requested to retract.. 432
Did retract 432
Invited to parties and
receptions by parties
wishing for puffs .... 3,333
Took the hint 33
Threatened to be whipped
Been whipped 0
Whipped the other fellow
Didn't come to time. . . . 106
Been promised whisky,
gin, etc., if he would
go after them 5,G10
Been after them 5,010
Been asked wat's the
Told . 23
Didnt know 200,000
Lied about it 99,977
Been to church 9
Changed politics 23
Expect to change still 50
Cash on hand $1
Grain Elevator For Farmers.
The construction of a grain
elevator which can be used by
the farmers of Anderson
count', will mean much to
them in times such as we have
this year. At harvest wheat
was low, but there was every
indication from the crop reports
that the price would advance.
This has proven to
be the case, but many were
forced to sell for want of storage
facilities. An elevator is
being built by the Lawrence-burg
Roller Mills Co. that
will be at the service of the
wheat growers of this section.
It is 2:jix32 feet and is 50 feet
high. Its capacity is about
25,000 bushels of wheat. It
required 100,000 feet .of lumber
for its construction, and
there are in it 3,000 pounds of
nails. "Wheat stored there
can be transferred to the mill
by means of pipes, and will
not require to be handled.
The work of the structure is
superintended by C. S. Heis-ton,
of Virginia, who is now
the head miller at the
Mills. A nderson
JCE HUMPHRbi'S CUKlPUMENTED.
V o Louisville Dispatch prints the
foil iug sketch of Air. Joseph A.
formerly of Woodford county,
who is the Democratic
in Fayette, lie. Is a brother
f Mis C. 1). Chennult, of this cilv:
"Jifreph A. Humphreys, DeinoeralY
nominee for the lenitlaturri in Fayette
county, was born in Wo"Uiini county
Ky., June 28, 1859. His fai!.er, hearing
tin- feaine name, ws the son . f Jav?d C
lliiiiipliieyp, of that county, one of iis
most prouiM cm and wedtliy eit:zens.
Hi who is Mill living at tin-old
homestead in Woodfoid county, and
who is known throughout the woild, especially
the literary world, for her talent
and ability, was Miss Sarah T. Gibson
daughter of Hon. aUrfas Gibson and
Susan P. Hurt, oA u)ird couuiy, this
-'tale- Mr. Humphreys spent the early
pait of Ins life at old home iu Woodford,
and attending the schools iu that
wuuij, Duionjuciiuv iiiuving 10 lA'X'
ington, where he pursued' his studies at
private shools until he gntcred the
of tho South at Sowanee, Tenn.,
wheiti lie completed his iourse and
the sudy of law, but his mater al
dying abom this time, it
necessitated his moving to Louisiana
for a lew years, where he conducted the
sugar plantation belonging to, his mother.
In 18S2 he once more relumed to
liisfaimin Woodford couuty. and has
remained there and iir F;yetto county"
ever sincewith' tlie exception of r. few
years spent ihSt Paul, Kiuu. IaUS87J
There is no Word so
Full of Meaning
and about which such tender recollec
as that of
Ira first tottering step.
The life of
$s& mm , b.,va every Ex
zfha " p h ill fcjVtoCrTi Mother is
i U flJISIN II KKtesi
TuJU.IM'Ti. IT iUI.IH IJI J J
MMlC & danger.
so assists Nature in the change taking
place that the Expectant Mother is
enabled to look forward without dread
to the hour when she experiences'the
joy of Motherhood. It insures safety
to both Mother and Child, and she is
found stronger after than before confinement
in short, it "makes Childbirth
easy," as so many have said.
Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but
"Mt wife Buffered more in ten minutes with
either of her other two children than the did
altogether with her last, having previously used
four bottles of ".Mother's Friend." It is a blessing
to anyone expecting to become a mother,
(ays a customer." IIsndkbsok DALr,Carmi, 111.
St bf Mall, on relnt of ptke, i.oo PER BOTTLE.
Book "To Expectant Mothers' muled free, containing
Taluable Information and Toluntary testimonials.
THE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.TLANTA.Ga.
SOLD BY ALL ORUCCISTS.
lie uiarriel Miss Mary Taytor, of Nashville,
TVnn., daughter of James Taylor,
of Newport. Ky. Mr. Humphreys by
inheritance is entitled to both talent and
taste for olitics coming as he does on his
maternal and paternal pide from families
distinguished sinee tho earliest hibtory
of this countrv for statesmanship and
ability in that profession. Although he
has never been a candidate before for
any office, he has taken an active part
for his party in every campaign since he
obtained his majority, and in -1892 he
espoused the of free bilver. and has
earnestly and laborously worked for its
ever since. He was one of the
most potent factors in committing the
Democratic party in Fayette county to
free silver in lSiXi, ami iu the State convention
of that jear was a member ol
the committee on permanent organization,
was one of the assistant electors
from this State, and was assigned to duty
by the State central committee and took
the stump for Bryan and the ticket in
several of the central counties. Mr.
Humphreys was also a member of the
local Democratic committee, is president
of the Democratic club of county aud
vice president of the State league of
H0W OUR PRESIDENTS DIED.
Gcorire Washington contracted acold
which developed into laryngitis,
proving; fatal; he was buried on his estate,
now historic as Mt. Vernon.
John Adams passed awiy from senile
debility and was buried at Quiucy,
Thomas Jefferson died of chronic
diarriuea and, like mobt of the South
President, he was buried on
his own estate, that at Monticello,
James Madison passed away of old
age and was burie.l at Montpelier, Vt.
James Monroe also died of general
debility; ho was buried in Marble
Cemetery, New York City.
v John Quiucy Adams died from a
stroke of paralysis, with which he was
attacked while in the House of Representatives
at Washington. His body
is interred at Quincy, Mass.
Andrew Jackson died from consumption
and dropsy and was buried On his
estate the Hermitage near Nashville,
Martin Van Buren succumbed to catarrh
of the throat and lungs; his grate
is at Kinderhook, 2f. Y.
William Henry Harrison caught a
severe cold on the day of his inaugura
tion and it finally developed into pleur
isy, from which he died. He was
buried at North Bend, O.
The mysterious disorder which caused
tho death of John Tyler was likened tt
a bilious attack; hit- body was interred
at Richmond, Virginia.
An injud cious diet, which Induced
cholera morbus is assigned as the rea
son for the death of Zachary Taylor,
who was buried on his estate, near
James K. Polk died of cholera; was
buried on his estate near Nashville,
Millard Filniore was fatally stricken
with paralysis; his body Iio' in Forest
Hill Cemetery at Buflato, N. Y.
Franklin Pierce died of inflammation
of the stomach; was buried at Concord,
James Buchanan was for many years
a sufferer from rheumatism and gout,
from which litially he died; he wns
buiied at Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by
J. Wilkes Booth, and is buried at
Audiew .(linsnn,s death was caused
bypawlyiJ , ud he wan buried at Greenville,
Ulysses J Grant died after a long
struggle, oi,. nicer of the throat, and his
body lies in the mighty and magnificent
at Riverside Park, New-York
James A. Garfield, assassinated by
niHNe&Guiteau, is buried at Cleveland,
Chester A. Arthur siircnmbed to
Brij;ht's di6eac. and his srrave is in Rural
Cemetery, Alhanv, N. Y.
We Send it FREE!
Young and Old.
Kejoice with us
in the Discovery.
When a man lias puttered for year?
with a weakness tfTat blights Wis life and
robs him of all that really make life
worth liviuj:, if he avail liitiiHelf of a
complete cure, why not posses the moral
courage to stop liis'dowinvard cotirte.
We will tend you by mail,
FKKK, in plain package, the All-
I'tmnini int. iiiikjia.N'.s VITAL
rAI'.blUS. with a guar
sintee to. permanently cuib I.iisT SUN
VAUIOM'KbK SniPS forevei
VUJJir and all nnnaturaJ
rains. to foi mer appearances
Ko G. O D. fraud nor recipe deception.
If we could not cure, wo would not send
our medicine KUKK to try, and pay when
satisfied. Write as-this inav not
appear again. Addreh8 -
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ARE BOTH STYLTSH
many New Trimmings, Pleattl Chiffons,
Velvets, Braids, &c.
It is now time to discard that old pair of
You are prohahly trying to makeup your mind
where to bujr your next pair.
,Kj iELet us help you in this
and examine the most complete line of FALL aud
WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond.
M lJhone, JS'o. 21.
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TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tnke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Drujreists refund the money if it tails ;o Cure.
25c. For sale by W. O. White, Drugcist, Richmond,
LAND FOR SALE
laml for Fale. This
land lira in the Fox town precinct, direct
on a county road, well watered and
fenced, new modem house: very
fan be bought cheap. Also
ny home place of 70 acres direct on the
Foxtown and Boonesboro pike
J. W. GARRISON.
A-... TREE: C20.0D Zi COLD.
Y Olin CP Blcyde.aold Watch, DIan: end
RinSf or a suiarsaip iu
Tpv 1 Draughon's Practical Dusiuess
IrGOnlG College, Nashville, Tenn. or
" 'vrj Texarkana, Tex., or a scholarship
in most any other reputable business college
or literary school in the U. 5. can be secured
by doing a little wort at homs for the Youths
Advocate, an illustrated semi-monthly jouroal
It is in character, moral in tone, und
especially interesting and profitable to young
people, but read with interest and profit by
of all apes. Stories and other interesting
matter -well illustrated. Sample copies sent free.
Agents wanted. Address Youths' Ad vocate Iwb.
Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention thiapaptr.J
Having Opened a
AT 21G EAST MAIN.
I am prepared
of second-hand furniture, such
ascloeks, bedsteads, mattresses,
couches, in fact anything yqu
want to dispose of in the line
of furniture or old cast off
clothing-, second-hand stoveij.
I also do uphblstering1,
top triniminff, renew
mattresses. All work lb
- v v ,
I respectfully solicit a share
of your patronage.
WkO ABB tMWt
Wanted-In Idea et WMNatMi
Ttoteot Mr tMH; th brlaf waaJal
i !NW1DU pOwrtMAH?
Pi as a p
Low Price Makers.
Leaders in Ladies' Furnishinirs.
br asking- you to call on us
me am i a
1 1 1. &, B. I R
Time Table No. 29 Taking Effect Sunday,
Hay 2, 1SSHJ.
lstass. 2d Class.
KASTBOC.1D. No. 1 No. 3 I NoTiTi
Ex Sun Ex Sun Kx Sun
AVM. P.M. A.M.
Versailles . 10 20 6 57 8 55
Nicholasville lt 00 7 28 10 12
Valloy View 11 23 8 CO 10 5a
Million U -10 8 13 11 20 "
Uichmond .. 11 58 8 30 11 43
p. s:. r.M.
Union . 12 13 12 50
aioberley.. It Iff , n-
UrassSeid. 12 SO 2 00
-- 12 33 . . 2 15 "
1 05 3 20 . 1
mm boiinp br 8an gg 8un Ex Sun Ex Sun
Xar. Tm. p.m. a.m
Irvine .. 1 30 a
Panol.i : 15S 4 28 ZL
Brasefield -.,. 2 00 4 40 L. "
Moberley v-. 2 11 5 10 T
Onion - 2 IT 5 15
Bichinond...., C03 235 5 10 500
Million- ,. 9 20 4 00 539
Valley Viw .. 6 31 4 05 . 5 57
Nicholftaville. Iff 4.40 . 6 43
Versailles, 7 55 5 30 8 35
a7m7 "pTm7' p.mT TJxl
AlltraiBS coanect wife lafaville Soatfeera
ln te art from JUmwrUle.
AWtijjtoeMeet wHh O.'K.OlAT.P.traioli
w MW WW M0iB fc44
j.w; BOOK. TMiL THaTiafrl. "
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The Great st Bargains ever offered to the people
of Matlison county.
L,ooIc at these Prices:
Men's Suits for $2.50 worth SS.CX)
Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00
Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents.
Men's Shoes SO cents.
Ladies' Shoes SO cents.
A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents.
Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a ard.
Duck'Suitins 9 cents a yard up.
Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to SI.
Brussel Carpets from .50 cents to $1 a yard.
Straw Mattings from 12V cents to 20 ets per yd.
Old Stand. Richmond. Ky.
P&3 J etKW fc&M :3v&:ai wmm
GIYES THE GOIER SATISFACTION,
fcr the Dsaier to lundle. '
3&3? Send for
J THR NF.W
sm iunun i
m Vp Town. Klein vt Son's
HIGH GRADE WORK
Consequently is best
A Full Line of
CRAWFCRDSVILLE, IND. f C. ca a agp Sa
DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS IH THE WHITE.
TBBBRE3 e RAN&
$1,00).00 iu Cash to Be Given Away
to the Person "Who 3IaUt -.':.. j Ucst
Intimate on t!ic IZcsu.t oX' i.a
Every Subscriber to tho Daily or
Y"ee2r.ly Dispatch "Will De Kntltletl
to One Guess for Kvery Dollar Paid
Upon His Subscription.
Guesses May Ee Mailo Until O P. ST.,
November 2, 18U7.
The LonlsTille Dispatch's Hrst and Second
Cussing ContfJta having aroused so
much litcrest among its readers, a third
?ilei?.n.",v announced, which will surely be
tne gri;ati:st success of all.
The Dispatch will, as soon as the odcial
count of the November. 1S37, election In
Kentucky Is announced, give to the sub-
ovn.ier wno niaKes tlie closest gue to the
actual n.urallty of the sucnwHrnl
for Were of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky,
at the election, November. 2, VSXl.
One Thousand Dollars In Cash.
Evpry snlxcrllipr to the Daily or Weekly
I'IMtch can mnkp one for every dollar
he pry upon his subscription from thU
date until November 2. 1S)7. at 6 p. in., after
which time no more guesses will br received.
may be made npon conponi mt
rn.m lai. Iilspatch and inallitl to Thr
!!-! 1'at.lNhlng Company, with one dollar
enclo ,ii iarh coupon nsed.
All I lime outside of LouUvIIlc who gne
must be mall subscribers. Tbo paper will
btr ilrjlravrd Tree to Louiivllle. New Albany
Spi.i1 i)ne Dollar for the Weekly, or Six
Dollars lor the Dally (except Sunday), or
hijfht Dolhlrs for Dally and Sunday, or Two
Dollars r.(r tbe Sunday edition, aud
jou rt one guess for each duIUr sent
ir you nrp alrendy a snbcrlber. your tlmp
will be extended for as long a time as your
pars the subscription.
AgcntswlH bp allowed the regular commission
en all the gnesscs that they send
In, bat hc papers t!in ordered, whether
IMIly or Weekly or Sunday, must be sent
by mall ind not put In with the agent's
As gne.ves are refelved thpy win bp
Y,Sr fo ,he treasurer of the comnanr.
Mr. . J, Ualrd. to be" deposited and held
cnlll thevjosp of the contest at 6 o'clock oa
tlip nlghr: 0 Novcaiber 2.
They wll be sealed op In the prpsecce of
three- Jiidirs on the morning of November 3.
end turnwl over to them fo bp ilrpoxltixl In
the vanltjot the Union National Hank untir
the official count Is declared by the Secretary
of (Irate, when they will bp opened
In the presence of three Judges ami compared,
nni the name, of tbe successful gneju
ct will te announced In the Dally and
Weekly Dispatch a early as possible and
check palit to the successful guesscr.
If two )ir more persons should tie upon
the suocij;sfnl guess, the monev wilt be
eqnallT dfrtldpd between thrm.
Send foi; Sample copies containing
Artvss all letters containing rupssps
and rttoiqinces to Ww. J. Ilalrd. 'Xreasurtr
DISPATCH PUBLISHING CO.,
445 W. Main St Ky.
j f SJlt 2 r f S l5 r "in-,,, Aceoea4aa tralBsraa daily except Sun-
i 1? Wtrfejecow.whhelaay. Otfeer testes trr daily.
v syik d fect' ' THMt " '- 6isas caraerrice to
"J jdr,&7ii" 'li "i ,BW3r i aad. face; ibew York.
ottet tertiT 8Tti,T7 for iaiortmi, . orstetperreserratlon.
.r I mi nt'i'i. n.Tiii ti id i
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i'i v ,, n&.- - li .- ? . J- li. Wawv VK7roZiX
Fine Chickens For Sale.
Forty (10) Barred Plymouth Keck
far sale, if taken now 50cts eai h.
MRS M. F. AKBUCKLE.
oct22m S.er CreeW. Kv
il The Best Flour
5 FRESHEST GROCERIES,
At the lowest Price.
A. D. Smith,
is innnnnmuirmnj uxruinru utj tnra
Frukfort 1 & Cincinnati Railway.
In Eflect March 1, 1S9?.
DAILY KXCEPT SUNDAY.
Lve Frankfort 630 3 00
Arr Elkhom 645 3 CO
" Switzer . 6 SI 3 "2
Stamping Ground 702 3 43
" Duvalls . . TfS 3 M
Georgetown... . 720 4 t
Lve Georgetown. 8 CO 4 30
Arr Newtown . S 12 4 42
" Centreville.. . 8 22 4 M
" Elizabeth 8 23 4 M
' Paris 8 43 5 10
Lve Paris . . . a.m. 9 20 p.m. 530
Arr Elizabeth 9 32 5 42
Centreville .. 9 33 5 43
' Newtown .. . . 9 43 553
" Georgetown.-Lve 10 00 C 0
Georgetown. . 10 40 6 M
Arr jiuvalts. .J0 M 6 41
Stamping Ground 11 M 6 13
11 6 59
Elkhora . . lt as 706
Frankfort . .. . 11 55 720
C. D. BEKCAW, Gen'I Pass. Agent
GEO. B. HARPEB, Gen'I Snpt.
ii M Railway.
Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky.
ML. Sterliag and Lexington Accom 6 55 am
Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am
Morchead and Lexington Accom. 3 CO pm
NewYork Limited fIf.V 4 50 pm
Lexiagtoa aa4 Merehead Accom 9 15 am
New Yk LiBitea F F. V. 11 53 am
LexinjEtea and Mt. Sterling Accon 6 30 pm
Washiastoa Express 9 23 pn