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NUMBER 8. which his murderers before it fell. It then said to Royal makes the food pure. seized. wholesome and delicious. the unbought press: "Call We wish to caution all users of Simmons 55cisvv: CATHARTIC Liver Regulator on. a subject of the deepest What's good and holy in any creed, The 3rearly revenue Qf Solopublic attention day after day int rest ml importance to their health I take and make it mine; mon was something like $50,- to the lamentable conditions jerhap tlieir Iivhs. The sole proprietors Whatever serves a human need-- . and makers of Simmons Liver Regulator 000,000. Think of the gowns produced by the I hold to be divine. leirn that are often deceived by his wives could have! The4 legislation." How such a bnyinz $. n taking some medicine of a I ask no proof that bread is bread, miliar appearance or taste, believing it to Roman treasury often conAnd none that meat is meat; newspaper can receive or ex le Simmons Liver Regulator. We warn you that unless ihe word Regulator is on Whatever agrees with heart and head, tained 350,000,000 atone time. pect to icceive the counteThat food I mean to cat. t h" packaue or bottle, that it is not Simmons During1 the lifetime of Augusnance a.nd approval of honest J iker Regulator. No one else makes, or Ifefit j 25 50 Man sanctifies the holiest robe, DRUGGISTS tus he received in legacies h s mid- - Simmons Liver Regulator, or men in its present course is TV V niuniT'PDDntociireiiTfeorn?Uiition. Cascarrts re the MmI Laia. hUVM Truth sanctifies the book; anything cilled Simmons Liver Regulator, auuuuu uu 1 U UUllnU UUU tire nrrer rrip or cripe. but ram raj natural results. Samfrom friends a sum amount-i- n beyond the comprehension of U Ze.hn &, Co., and no medicine made The purest temple on this globi, ut vien.i Dmiairiirce. an. m m;i,iu liLJitiii in., i niraco. aomrrai. ian..or.u lors. in. AKf rmwmvw to $160,000,000. The savanyone e Be is the same. ,.We alone can r Are mountain, grove and brook. lv honest man. .it it up and we cannot be responsible, if ings of Tiberius amounted to PQVEER The Dispatch will take up otlir medicines represented as the same do That spot of earth, ivhatc'er it be, Absolutely mire To me is holy ground; $106,000,000,- and Caligula not heln you as you are led to expect they its utterances and present $: will Se.irtb.is fact weilin mind, it you have Where man is striving to bo free spent it all in one year. from its own columns the leen tn the habit of us nga medicine which Freedom or death has found. you supposed to be Simmons Liver RegulaAn authority has calculated overwhelming evidence of its royal rowon co., cw vork. tor, beciuse ilw name was somewhat like The crown upon an empty head, J utter rottenness on this questhat at the beginning of the and the package did not have the word it I hold as cap a fool ; Regulator on it, you have been imposed tion. The sceptre from which wisdom's fled, Christian era all tin gold in The Dispateh will Bpun and have not been taking Simmons Has lost the right to rule. in the shape of money random excerps from Small's make the Courier-Journuse Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has a UJt leen favorably known for many years, and The purple robe on coward's back. amounted to $1,500,000,000 speech: witness against itself, and all who use it know how necessary it is for "I have traveled in fifteen convict it on its own testimoDoes not inspire my awe; and the silver to $2,600,030,-00Fever and Ague Bilious Fever, Constipaj wf 3f States of the Union this sumtion Headache Dyspepsia, and all disorders The ermine and the cloak of black, s and of all this money ny. The Dispatch will prove an lis from a Diseased Liver. Do not wait un- I honor not as law. We ak you to look for yourselves, and was held by Darius mer and talked to all classes from its own columns that it til you are old pee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which I try the king, the judge, the priest, have addressed charged to harvest good Codomanus, whose predeces- of men, every newspaper The common man and woman ; health and a you can readily distinguish by the Red Z But the are not in town. You can only find them erov'ds of ten thousand, and sound constitu- on wrapper, and by our name, is the only From the mightiest to the least. sor had drained dry all the with being bribed and with Do not here. Every article in the house has been medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. By one great law- - the human. Ile1L tion. until next universe worth mentioning." I have never jet found a man having sold out for a considerwait At Walter Aibeix's Livket Stable. J. U. ZEIXIN & CO. brought direct fr.lm the leading factories who voted for Biwan last NoSDrinsr to beein harness, cheaper All kinds of I fiud true men where'er I look, ation which was advocating a cure if you have "spring feelings" Tako than can be bought any where in Richmond. STAFF OF LIFE IN DANGER. vember who didn't say that in the last sixty days, and our house is Of creed and nation; now. If you feel languid, peevish J Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction Simmons Liver Regulator. 'Mid everyof toil in darkest nook, ? the gold standard when the sons and out of sorts use filled with nice, clean fall styles in everyfebu-t- f 5 gnarantcJ. he would vote for him again." Courier-Journwas an adAs in the loftiest station. Doctors and Others Now Claim That 5 thing in our line "Once Daniel "Webster was vocate PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Bread is Bad (or The Health. of the free coinage of The man who has no faith in man, to know a good deal 1 hold unworthy trust; And now the doctors and thought silver. If there were no di3II.S JIILIKKD GULDEN'. about the Constitution, but man who does the best he can, The people who think for us other rect evidence we could take it Will stand among the just. D. Bynuni and .STENOGRAPHER AND and tell us what to do and since Wm. before any in Patterson have been in- the United honorable jury (QUART BOTTLES). TYPEWRITER. Whatevercreed serves man the best, what not to do have begun an States and on the I hold the best of creeds; It will purify your blood, stimulate terpreting the Constitution. circumstantial evidence conJticinioxD, Kentucky. I recognize no attack on bread, the one thing other test A your nerves, brace your constituin it any more." iff 0tOfficr adjoining A .R Burnam' f. tion against colds, and keep your Of faith than life and deeds. which has always been con- Daniel isn't vict it of having sold its prinstomach in good order. You will "We are not making a cru!lis go throu.jh the winter bounding sidered impervious to the docciples and betrayed its party The truth that elevates the mind, ATTORNEYS. with energy and will fail to have sade against gold; we want purifies the heart, And " spring feelings" in the spring. The tor's probe and the microsco-pist'- s for a price. silver to circulate on the same That teaches love of all mankind, harvest of health will stand you and W. MILLER. Jk instruments. In London basis with gold." your children in good stead. And blunts affection's dart, A TRUTHFUL REPUBLICAN. JoiixsiosSarsaparilu is sold the way has been started, and That dries the orphan's, widow's tears everywhere in quart bottles and will "I used to hate old Richmond, Kkntcckt. the wise ones are coming out purify evsry drop of blood in the And mitigates their loss Sherman, because he Hon. Albert J. Beverage, body. $i a bottle. Office in the Burnam Building, next door to That truth, without a doubt or fear, in the magazines and newspaFarmer's National Bank. In selected Quartered Oak, Curly Kirch, came down through Georgia one of the Republican camWnXTAM,?, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. . . I take as gold from dross. r7aniii rriftx pers declaring that bread, far and Detroit. Mich. Bird's Eye Maple and Curly Cherrv, burned us out and took paign speakers at IndianaOrk Dke See. C. P. BURNAM. HMAVWMyMWMM from being the staff of life, The Finest Kigs, V.: s. MOBERLEY. LWerettes make the complexion bright ..i- Pnlflino- :tnd Tnnrpl Tplv; in AVi all we had. I hated him until polis, is liable to be disciplin- 4t DURHAM MOBERLEY. and clear 35c. J WEALTH BEYOND BELIEF. might almost be considered and Curlv Birch, Separate Bedsteads. met his brother, John, and ed by his part' for the follow. The Safest Drivers, the staff of death. T. P. I Iron Bedsteads, cheap, medium and Hold by ) Z. & T. B. Taylor, now I love Tecumseh for his ing expression used in his RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. The Climax is indebted to O 'Conner is the leader of the Waco. Kj. d Sideboards, Chiffoniers and moderation." The Promptest Atspeech night before last in Office in Burnam Building, recently occu- Squire D. P. Armer for the assault, and he advances AKTEDTltU6rTV01tTHY AXD pied by A. R. Burnam. Wardrobes, China Closets, Combination "These good fellows swear reference to the Hon. William W ACTIVE gentlemen or ladies to following interesting article, some novel and interesting tention. s and Library and Ladies' for responsible, established that free silver is dad, but J. Bryan: "The American travel in Kentucky Monthly, fGj.OO taken from the Jewler's Jour- arguments in support of his house Desks, Extension Tables in all grades they are still making a livery people admire grite and cour- and expenses. Position steady. Ref- The Cheapest Prices, nal: position that bread is highly and styles. Chairs of every description. 'giwiM erence. Enclose s e r es s e d fight against the corpse. A Tronic e w, The "There are no fortunes injurious and should be aban- They're like the Duchman age. A lthough I have opposed stamped envelope. Chicago,Dominion Do not fail to come, ltxik through ami - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, The Favorite Stable. Mr. Bryan, J have always Company, Dcpt. W. nowadays to equal those of doned as a steady diet. septl get prices, then you are sure to buv. Ofli'-over Taylor's Hardware store, who killed his dog was the might potentates of anCourt House, on Main Street. "It is a question," saj'S seen jumping up andand on conceded to hih the courage of down his convictions and honesty in Telephone Yonr "Cousin," cient times, who reared tem- O'Conner, "which lies at the B. HOGG, dead body. his II. his teachings. When his ship -ples, pyramids and cities by basis of the health of ever' ATTORNEY AT LAW. ""What are 3ou stamping went down in the storm it was P. B. Kentucky. the hundred in an incredibly person in the community. If that dog for," asked a pass- - with Richmond, BFORfg colors ilyiug. Bryan is short time. Even though the balance of expert opinion mg friend. "Don't you see Hunlcy's Old Stand. No 26. an honest man, and I am firm Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. empkryed should prove that bread is a slave labor was he's dead?" ly convinced he would not those slaves had to be bought, destructive agent to digestion GRANT E. LILLY, "Ya, I knowhee's det, but surrender the principles of fed, housed and clothed. The and health, as so many people 3 DR. PETER PLUCK'S W, A TTORNEY-I von to teach him dere's free silver if he thought that Great German Remedy, Kentucky. slaves might build pj'ramids think, is it not time that the punishment after death. "- Richmond, thereby he could be elected The nndersigned has a small farm of 100 or the Coliseum, but only nation should be told so au 3 PB A C. M !& fHi acres, which he offers at private sale; situated Woodford Sun. president. Bryan is not a O.llce S. W. corner Main and Second skilled labor could accomplish thoritatively and that another streets up stairs. Will practice in all trimmer to win the good opinthe courts of Madison and adjoining the sculpture of the Assyrian system of dietary should be THE ON WHITE'S STATION, ions of the gold men." counties and Court of Appeals. palaces, the painting of Egyp- recommended for adoption? ON SILVER. CrceV. It is Mr. Beverage will find that on the waters ofisSilverbetter land in well waTo persist in the use of an tian temples. The cit'of no Madison tered. There J. C. & D M. OHENAULT, is a dangerous business to county. it Louisville Dispatch.! ethically as was erected on an unhealthy diet is neighborhood and accessible by A TTORNEYS A T LAW, speak the truth when he is on It is a fines"hfvi!- , rhnrrhrs., rnilmnris- . mill. empty plain by the order of great an offense against ourWhen the Courier-Journr in Kentucky. Richmond, etc.. within a half mile of White's Station Postl Furniture and Undertakers. a king in eight years, stand- selves as the absorption of was an advocate of the free the hustings to represent, the Office, ten miles from Richmond. party. cash, ' TERMS Sale will be made Office on Second 6trcet, over Chen- - ing on a mound of brick 700 gin by the sot of the "West or coinage of si'ver and Henry Republican Dalance to suit purchaser. For particulars, an It's grocery. address acres in area, with walls sixty the eating of opium by the Watterson was a Prince RuEXTREMELY LOW RATES TO CHATGeo. D. White, pert among the leaders, he TANOOGA, TENNESSEE. feet high, faced with stone wastrel of the East." CREEN CLAY, For the Immediate Relief White's Station. Ky. and broad enough for seven The contention of those who addressed the following adW. A TTORNEY-end Positive- Cure of chariots to run abreast, other are opposed fox, the eating of vice to the newspapers of the The Southern Railway are now selling It is feared that the Alaskan ship J. W Kentucky. U?.M?r!5! Btclimond, IBZCIEilMIcOSr dailv from Louisville- one way .tickets to . .... .... Brvant h.w been lost at sea. marvels are the miles of sculp- such large quantities of bread countr'. He said: UhdUanoogd at5J0.; rouiiu trip tickets, q lifteeu (15) Jays beoud date Collections solicited. I-B- ture which decorated the walls is that since it contains so "All newspapers in the jrooil Si) 10; round trip tickets, limited ol to ONE OF TWO WAYS. "i NEURALGIA. tile, 8 of Sargon's palace, which also much starchy matter it is land not owned body and November 7tli.S12.20. Indorsed by pLysiciansof the highest stacding. PHYSICIANS. low ratea will enable every one 5 C S5c. per bos. n o had colossal bulls on each side veiy difficult of digestion and breeches by the money kings to TheseChattanooga, Lookout Mountain for one puro The bladder Fos Sals dv all Dkugcists. or the gold conspiracy ought andvisit famous Baltic Fields in that vi- pose, namely awas created for the urine, the of every doorway. No un- - imposes a great ana unnec- - to call public attention DR. IT. R. GIBSON, expenee. da' cinity at very littleHallway runs double and as such it isreceptacle to nnv form 9. H. RuSSTRCX CHEMICAL CO., not li;ih!e practiced hand carved those essar strain on the digestive after day to the lamentable The Southern o. KAIINIBAL, ol disease except by one or two ways. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Louisville to ffiyrag37 WF''XYcBJ rAV reliefs. Were all the sculp- apparatus. O'Conner declares conditions produced by the daily service from Louisville 7:45 a Die fir&t way is from imperfect action of Twins leaxe Kentucky. Richmond. legislation." :n. and arrive Uutttrnooga at 8.00 p. in. the kidneys. The second way is from w tors in the empire summoned that a number of people have evening traiu leaves Louisville md UEO. W. RILEY finish- come under" his notice who Taking this paragraph just as it 7::5o the in. and arrives at Cluittanooa careless local treatment of other diseases. ." p. Jins building, and ao Sec for the task", which was Otfice in the Joe ond Srreet, orer Woue ..old drucMore. a. C2IS2 CAUSE. ed, like the citr, in eight have abstained from bread was published in the Courier-Journa- 7:40are in. Through compartment sleepMANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends ers attached to evening train. kidUnhealthy Wright's Celerv Capsules. and applying it to For further information, address Wil- neys is the lirine from unhealthy for years, and they have reyears? CHAS. HOOKER. chief cause of bladder S) 7VYOISU7VYeNTS, Shelbvville, Kw, Slay 2.3, 'DC. To General Pas How much gold and silver tained their faculties unim- the present attitude of that liam H.Toyloo, Assistant Avenue, Lou- troubles. So the womb, like the blad- Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: ETERINARY SURGEON, enaer Agent, 210 Fourth AND ALL KIXDS OF CEMETERY WOfilC Gents I have purchased a box of der, was created for one purpose, and if did these ancients possess? paired to a ripe old age. The newspaper and its editor, we isville, Ky. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. not doctored too much is not liable to .Middelton, druggist, and used them for For further particulars, prices, dx, address, An undisputed statement saj-- s lute Sir Isaac Holden is per- are forced to the conclusion weakness or d'sease, except in rare cases. Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liver r.nd Consti Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. haps one of the best examples that the newspaper and editor It is situated back of and very close to patiou and found that they cave me Office up stain orer New York Store, corner that the Pharaohs counted up Minn and First streets. Richmond relief every time. 1 think it an Madi5oi) Moi)UiDei)taI Work?. the bladder, therefore any pain, disease on a reveue of $1,655,000,000 of his theor. Se lived to be are "owned body and breeches remedy. or inconvenience manifested in the kid- excellent years old and re by the mone kings or the yearly from their gold mines ninety-on- e m. d: 11. Yours very truly, neys, back, bladder or urinary psssageis Medicine and Surgery. in the desert and drew an tained ever' faculty until the gold conspiracy." Out of its Geo. W. Rilcv. 0 often, by mistake, attributed to female The Leading Specialists of America Oflice Collins Buildinc, MainStreet. BO YEARS' very last. He was very ac- own own mouth it stands conweakness or womb trouble of some sort. equal sum 03 taxation. EXPERIENCE. Telephone at residence (the Oarr place) on 20 YEARS IN OHIO. is easily made atid may be as The error Broadway. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Babylon had a gold stat'ie tive in and out of Parliament victed of the charge of being easily avoided. To find out correctly. 250,000 Cured. Kentcckv- - - RICHMOND, of Zeus forty feet high; one of and smoked and drank in "owned body and breeches b' r set your uririo aside for Long Troubles and Consumplon Can be WECURESTRICTURE hours; a sediment or settling indicates Rhea, equally tall, with a moderation. All of his friends the money kings or the gold DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Cured. kidney or bkdder troub'e. The mild Thousands of voutic gold lion at her knee and sil- attribute his longevit to the conspiracy." PITYSICIAN AND SURGEON, men aro troubled with this disease many and the extraordinary effictof Dr Kil An Eminent New York Chemist r.nd Scientist HIPTRADE MARKS, unconsciously. 1 hey may have a f mart Kentucky. ver serpent; one of Juno, fact that he avoided all foods The Dispatch has been tiy-in- g RiniMoxn, DESIGNS, (mall, tmuing stream, mer's the trre.it kidney and ins stakes a Free Oner to Our Readers. pains at times, flight tharp cnttinc COPYRICHTS Ac. for some time to unearth weighing 500 talents of gold, rich in starch, including bread. difficulty in commencing, weak bladder reniedv, is soon realized If you Anyone sendlnjj a tketrh and description may Office in Smith Buildinc, No. 204 Main Street, nr tha PTmntoms nrtmn. rmitsinn. unit quickly ascertain, free, whether an Invention Is need a medicine you should have the The distinzulshed New York ch:mist. T. A stairs. Ofhce hours to and i to 5 o'clock. probably patentable Communications strictly of nenrons debility they havofc)f KlC- and in front of her was a gold- Starch foods are not digested the actual facts as to the Insure your homes and conDdentlaL OMnt acency foreciirtnit patents Slocum, demonstrating his discoery of a re'XUHK. Don't let doctor experiment on best. At drupvists fifty cents and one liable and absolute cure for Consumption In America. We have a Wastiirton o2ce. von. hv cittinir. stretchinir. or tenting en table of equal value, upon in the stomach, but in the amount of cash "which was (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and aU bronchial, business property against Patents taken through Mucn A Co. recelva you. 'IhUwillnntcnreyou.nsitwillrc-dollar. You may have a sample bottle throat. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, special notice la the Inns and chest diseases, stubborn turn. Unr flLW Aibiituu They are paid it for deserting its prinwhich stood two golden cups first intestines. sent free by mail. coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and pamphlet, both absorbs tlio stricture tissne: Kentucky SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Richmond. and weakness, loss "of flesh, and all conditions hence removes tho stricture permanent Mention the Climax and send your ad- of wasting awav. will send TKBEE FREE valued at 300 talents each, thus difficult of digestion, ciples and its party to become beanttfallv Illustrate largest drenlallon of can never retnrn. rvopain, no r utterIt nr saentl3c journal, weekly, terms Xuu a Tear; BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoving, no detention from busines by onr dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., ILfOstx UXMD copies eries to any afflicted reader of the Climax and three bowls, worth an in: and, therefore, less healthy the corrupt tool of Mark method. 'IhoEexnatorganaarestrength- V Telephone at office and residence. Patents sect tree. Address I represent two of the most Book oxmonths, specimenCO., and of this paper writing for them. N. Y. The proprietors cncil. 'ice nerres aro invigorated. anu MUNN &. thousands His "New credible sum. These statues than other dietary articles. Hanna, who represents the tho buna of manhood return;. guarantee the genuineness of this offer. permanently Treatment" has cured he consid- reliable Insurance Companies by Its timely use. and 3C1 Broadway. Sew York. W. EVANS, M. D., ers it a simple professional dnty to suffering in the United States and reG. 27 and their adornments were WECURE GLEET-- i BT1 monej' Kings or the gold con humanity to donate a trial of Ms infallible SAM SMALL. . r j ;ijt cure. spectfully ask for a share of nnns.iTia3 01 xounir nuu luiuuiuaKm valued at $55,000,000 and the No living citizen, of spiracy. Science daily develops new (tinders, and HON. C. T. CALDWELL, men are havifg their,exual igor and think this great chemist, patiently experimenting for your patronage. Physician and Suhgeon, vitality continually rapped by this disof some Wanted-- An Idea Who canratentf temple in which they stood The Rev. Sam Small, the intelligence who has any years, has prodnced results as benificial to VUok to ease They aro frequently unconscious ft any modem humanity as can be Protect Tour Ideas: thry may bring you mjta - - - - Kentucky. was plated with gold. S. F. ROCK, Riciimosd. - Patent Attor that lung It has noted Georgia evangelist, de- knowledge of the course of of thocau8eottheso tymptomfVUcncral - of Parkersb jr;, W. Vu., Recotn genius. His assertion claimed by tronbles and writs john wcuututiiu RN A Weakness. Unnatural DircharccJ. l'ailaeys, washlajtoa, D. C for tnelr ilSOi prlsa offer consumption are curable in any climate is tn? Manhood. Ncrvoutnes. l'oor Mem ana list of two hundred Inventions waated. Wi Sec. Street, 'Up Stairs). nroven by "heartfelt letters ot gratitude;' the gold livered an excellent speech on the Courier-Journory, Irritability, at times Smarting been calculated that for a momentis Wrights Celery DR. T. J. TAYLOR, SlQd in his American and Europinn laborato-- ! Sunken Kyes, with dark circle. ries in thousands from those curel in all parts . Weak uacK, ucnerai repression, .lack statue of Nebuchadnezzar, the currency issue, to an au- ment doubts that it sold out Surgery, Capsules. Practitioner in Medicine and bhrunken ol tnc world of Ambition, Varicocele, Medical experts concede that bronchial, Tart", etc ULE171' and bXUHlUKU Kentucky mentioned in the book of dience of about 200 at the for cash, and that it is now Richmond chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, may bo tho caujc. Don't consult family which, uninterrupted, ' means speedy ana cerdoctors, nji thev h&va no cxicriei:ce in P.KKERsnnno, W. Va., court house Saturday after- regularly in the pay of the Daniel, was worth about tain death. these special diseases don't allow Office Hml residence oa Third Street. -- January 2G, 1993 Simply write to T. A. Slocum. K. C. 93 Pine 'I consult His speech was money kings or the gold conthe treasure left noon. that street. New York, givinjrpostofflesand express The Wuigiit 3Ied. Co., address, and the free medicine will be promptthoughtful and entertaining spiracy, working for the enTHL'ATMi:S'J! ly sent. Sufferers should take in Itant advan METHOD will DEiTTAL STTEGERY. by Daniel amounted to Colimibus, Ohio. tage of his generous proposition ,1 tirelv earn von. Ono thousand A1ND RRUIT HOUSE mease leu tne uoctor inai you law ms oner tor a case wo accept jor ircairaonc ana in gold and $1,000,000,- - and made a good impression slavement of the very people lmvor been usiuc in the Richmond Cumax. Gentlerae,n: I cannotcuro. Terms moacraio torn care. SMITH, . upon those who heard him. whose patronage and support Celery Capeules since NovemWright's DR. A. WILKES Opened next door to Richmond National Bank-quot- e Below we 000 in silver. CURES GUARANTEED ber, 194. and lind them to be as recoma fevr of our prices : DENT A L SURGEON, The tale of Alexander's loot He madea telling arraignment made it, a great political power mended. I ijrst beiran taking them Wo treat anil enre: EMISSIONS. OLKKT. VARICOCELE. SYPHTLTS. Kentucky is the most wonderful, and of the McKiiiley gold admin- in land. - It is evident that while at Hot Springs. Atk, under treat- MADE ME A MAN Best Granulated Sua ir 30 lbs. for.. Richmosd. K00 STHICTDItE, IMPOTKNCY. RrCRKT AJAX TABLETS Arbuckle'3 Coffee 21 s. for. Cnill ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and 25 IJ11AINB. UNNA'I UKA! UIBtHIAHU- JMyue..Falllas Mem Best Brand Canned Corn for Jit.Vrrroui aieeplan Ha. etc., caos. 13 Stomach trouHle Constipation which I what is more, is clearly .pro- istration and in a careful ar- this paper is now hired to de VS. KTDNF.Y and BLA lDEK DiifPf. Impotency. ory, Best Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 cans for. 25 Owes Smith buildinc. Main Street, OSce CONSULTATION FIIEK. liOOKS br Abn, or otbAr ilzeeties and lndr "had been a long sufferer. 1 fouud the . Best Maple Leaf Lard. 4 lbs. for. 25 hours, 9:0010 ix - ia to I. M. cretlaos. Zhcu ruiJbrtf ami urlt to call, write for to be true. In the Persian gument gave the reason why nounce as cranks, lunatics, FREK ven If nnahlo Red Star Wash Boards . 10 limited to deutistrv. nwtora Lot Vitality in ollcTyouns.aai! uapsniea jpive me ureat reuei tieiery UiiAKfc. lor UUilti UllKKTItlN Best Coal Oil per gallon . StazaaafoTstadir, boilsissor marruss. 10 present condition of the fools, anarchists, traitors, from the begiiininK and have used them TREATMENT. camp and at Babylon Alex- the Prarcnt. Insanitv cad t OaftSSlBtiezl it Pure Stick Candy 2 lbs. for 15 ever- since. Vith pleasure, and unso- Liitn in tiiso- Their oka thmrs lssc dtate iiacrST& Pure Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for J.A.Yate$. 15 J. C. Mokgax. XR3. CUBE where all Either fail. In nd Btalapoa cSocta ao carried off $3,500,000,-00- markets more fully justifies blasphemers and everything-elslicited. I recommend them to any and sist ander oner svnulno Aiax rablets hatina Kennedys.KergAn stifTerinjr wjh !ikp afflictions or either have eared thousands and wi core joa W tvo a all YATES, MORGAN-Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention, Give: tn odious the editors- of atPersepolis$900,000,000, the "wheat and silver" theory of tlfeiu. Verrtruly yours, eaobcasoor rafand tha rumey. PrictW Mlvw me a call and b6 convinced. DENTISTS, 122 W. FOURTH STREET, "Wholesale and Retail. or U ptas tfnll trtroea4Hy tBJB. Br pnntit jfCnAEUffiT CalbwblL .1 mail, in vtein wmpoer. span reolKotBrlrS.riroakar Kentucky. at Pasagurda $45,000,000) at than ther did during the cam those y. newspapers who, are AIMRIMMATf.r 0.4 . ..... - . Richmond, w. Sold by T. aiirswin, DrndsU. Trice obeying- - the .Gourier-Jouand paign last year. Ecbatana 1,500.000,000: 50c euts and $i0Q pr box. fi. MARfiOLEN, Propnetwf. sidnw- - VMMto taHichmond.-KrIw' HatsSH Jk Offics Main Street, eTerJUtee5fatfel Durius carnedofE $45,000,000,- The following are a few J nal's injunction given to:them .?r,-i im4m.r WARNING. 9 ciiMto-ner- s gANDY !li8llllli m r.i -- l mi BAiciha anti-silv- er THE iU 1 1 SniJ83 B - 1 I ; MAY lipr i'l ov-r- y - l&KSt HAY ::SADDLERY.: hil ih. jSun r i al 0, Shines J two-third- , , $ i 1 Geo. White. hand-made al Jo-sia- h IJohnston's ISarsaparillal ! i s lpk II Attohsev-at-La- Te-cum- sh I a feb3-l- y 0 bwmm - Attoeneys-at-Law- trrCCrrd high-price- iCiJIJi 0 Book-Case- 1 f-- l jfll jfei eS Ji ?. 8-- w if e op-losi- te FAR - 33- 31-3- 0 -- f- A T-L-A COURIER-JOURNA- L tgnrac. mm Dur-S;irgu- nu 58 "I al tiiTTiTii- -r - - , m one-thir- d luiiiDU febS-- tf A T-L-A --- 1 ..- . -- T hmimm : i J , ... l"-- C liatlu-noog- i. may2S-6- anti-silv- er 18 l 7- l, T GRHNITE ihij:-23-8- v te 46- a jasper, DmX&K. nn-- l middle-aged fi mch2t-l- y twenty-fou- Franco ,Fire j Swamp-Koo- t, &11 12 1 u.iiu.ai-MK'- T ly- Tornado. 'vl 1 Binj-hainto- ai B -- i almr-lr- t -t- CO- al n, Je2-l- y $17,-000,00- 0: A New Cheap Cash Grocery $750,-000,0- 00 posi-olla- rs Jly7-l- y 7Kc-- 5 . M.- 4 .- ,. - 0, e a. & 11 - - - -- ri C , 1 .. -., ,.,-"- W v. - z - JM ."1 t r. - 1 ' - Z. J " ..1 H " -- .' ' - i-- iy 1? j, BsSB?8BaSjiyg5j6igJw fcii i1flifMST i usimasMsLJi f yH-- " The Richmond Climax. rUHJBHEl) ETERT WKDNRSDAT BV Tag Climax Printing Co. J. A. ii. MILLER. a CHENAULT. C . Proprietors sod Editor. WOODS, twcrta.1.? Editor. t PRICE PKlt YEAR, G, $1.50. $1.25 1897. IX ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. OCT - DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk of Court of Appeals SAM J. SHACKELFORD, of Daviess couuty. For Circuit Jndce THOMAS J. SCOTT, of Madison county. For Commonwealth's Attorney 11 A. CRUTCH EK, of Jessamine county. Representative, Countv Judge. W. W. COMBS. P. 11. SULLIVAN. County Attornev, J. TEV1S CODB. Sheriff, II. 11. COLYER. Circuit Clerk, S. H.THORPE, JR. Countr Clerk, " JOHN F. WHITE. Jailer, JAMES C. LACKEY. T. 0. CURRY. Superintendent I'lib.ie Schools, J. W. WAGERS. Coroner, M. G. BROWN. Surveyor, S. F. ROCK. Assessor, ForMavnr CITY TICKET. J. B STOUFFEB. For Cii v .1 mljre II. C. RICE. For Citv J". Atti-rne- TALBOT JACKSON. COrXCILMEN. Court House TEVIS, PICKELS. Citv Hall- -. F- - r Magistrate X. L SIMMONS. For Constable-A- V. University GIBSON, RALLARI). DISTRICT. P.. TURPI N ERSHON, MAUPIN. Only a few weeks aco Kentucky's honds sold for $1.07, and that under a Republican administration Pantigraph. How It xna not u account of Republican admit tret ion, hut in spite of it! Juiwje 'i .1. Scott is holding court in WincIi!Mer. He is a candidate and is so popular that lor no one will enter the race againM him. J u dtre Scott is one of the hot men and :best judge in Kentucky t. Ml Sterling hn Sentinel-Democra- made the statement as emphatic as language could express it that he stood squarely upon the Chicago platform and was in favor of bimetallism without international agreement. His sound. 6olid icasoning was worth more to the cause of Democracy than forty speeches from a ward politician. Although counted as a rich man in his community, the Governor declared himself iii favor of an income tax lnw, such as the one passed by the late Democratic Congres and struck down by the Supreme Court- rip-roari- Bit why not talk .hunt matters cluter to home? Pantograph. Oh, don't run away from the present damnable administration of vour party in Kentucky, which is s disgraceful that not even the Pdiitagraph ever hopes to ee another Republican Governor in Kentucky. It made this confession foui months ago Gov. .1. B. McChkaky addressed the voters of this county at the court house lat Monday afternoon for an hour and a half in'the interest of the Democratic party, says B. J. Newlou iu the Owentou Herald. He CiFiBrower&Co Main and Broadway. Extra--and ! the Reason Why are determined to make this the Biggest Season Our "Wall Paper Department has known for several 3ears, and "We Have Prepared the Best Assortment In all the Grades we have ever offered. The Only Difference Between our Medium and Fine Grade of Paper is the Stock they are Printed on The Designs, Colorings and Assortments ill For a Very Small Are equal. The Cumai oncht first to thinkhow utterly impossible it has been to clear un the wreck cause.1 by Democratic administrations which, lasted for a Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clay are in Cinquarter of a century or more. cinnati. Mr. Calo Shearer came up from Tut, tut ! In two years under the Somerset yesterdry. Republicans the wreckage has been Dr. Thomas Pryse, of Beattyville, was here Tliursday. colossal, by reason, first of incompetency, second by dishonesty. Hon. W. T. B. Williams, of Irvine, was here vesterday. The uiifavorab'e conditions the CliMrs. C. C. Smith, of Winchester, is max thinks he fcets, are due entirely to visiting Mrs. T. S, Moborley. e Democratic and to Democratic Miss Floirie Heath returned Monday tliieviplinefs nothing more, nothing from a visit to "Nicholasville. less. Pantagraph. Dr. T. P. Gardner was down from Dick Tate set a mighty bad example, Irvine Friday and Saturday. but tho Democrats are not responsible Miss White Todd, of Fayette, Mo., for the malodorous state of affairs in almost ever- - department of our State is visiting Mrs. "W. H. Todd, on Lexington pike. Government. Are they? Judge John C. Chenault, of RichThe Pantagraph says the Republican mond, was in tho city Tueday last. city ticket "is not a set of vampires run- Winchester Sun. ning for their personal interests " Oh, Mr. J. Floyd Taylor is in Madison come off! If governments could be ad- county visiting friends this week. ministered bv platforms there would be rno occasion for a political campaign in Harrodsburg Sayings. Mr. Eugeno F. Humo left on ThursKentucky this year, especially in where the Itepuhliransare in the day to enter the medical department pursuit of partisan ambition under the of Columbia College, Now York. Mrs. John R. Pates and daughter, cover of non partisan virtue. It isa disguise which is transparent to all voters. Jennetto of Richmond, are visiting at Mr. J. "W. Pates. Woodford Sun. Democrats especially. Kill it! fc'cat! Miss Elizabeth Hall has returned It is time that a reform city ticket home after a visit to her coufin, Miss be nominated and it is time for refor- Hall, at Richmond. Paris Reporter. mation to triumph. Pantagraph. Judge A. J. Tharp. of Winston, As a whole, the Democratic ticket is left .Monday for an extended visit to superior to the Republican, aud we will South McAlIe&ter, Indian Territory, take our choice accordingly. One of the and through Missouri. Republican nominees, Mr.Can-e- , was deMiss Edna Schlegel, of Richmond, feated for tion before a Democratic was the guest ot Miss Mary Lou primary. Why put up a member of the Smither this week. Nicholasville old ' ring?"' Had he been nominated he, Democrat. too, would have been spoiled for defeat Drs G. G. Perry and II. C. Jasper by the very party which now hacks hiin. left yesterday to attend the MissisConsistencV, tliv name is mud! sippi Valley Medical Association at Louisville. Hox. W. J. Bkvan- will attend the Miss Edna attractive Nashville Exposition on Nebraska young lady of Hunter, an will arrive Maysvillc. Day, October 8. On his return trip and bo tho guest of Miss Anna he expects to spend two or three days in Kentucky, stopping at points most Belle Harber: Mr. Robert II. Mcr reary. wife and conveiiienL He has no fixed dates as yet, save at Glasgow, on the 9th two children, Robert and Harriett, of and at Lebanon on Monday next. Chicago, are here for a few weeks visit His cousin, President J. C. Bryan, of to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCreary. the Glasgow Street INilroad. lives Rev.W.O Shewmaker, C. U., 'SO, there, and he will spend the day with of the Georgetown Presbvteri-ii- u r him, making a Steech in the afterChurch, was here last week", and noon. Mr. Bryan's Kentu ky mail met many of his old college friends. is very heavy. He is being ailed on Mrs. Richard Johnson, of Danville, from every portion of tho Sirto to Illinois, arrived here last Saturday to make speeches on the occasion of his visit her relative Col. Caperton. A visit to Nashville. telegram recalled her on the next train on account of serious illness of Mr. Bryan has lost none of a relative at home. That his popularity and that he can draw Mrs. Willis Hislo the largest audiences of any man in Independence, Mo., left yesterday for to vitit her son. the whole world, is evidenced every- Mr. &am Hulo, whose infant daughter where he goes. The New York Sun, is quite ill. Mrs. W. Q Covinjjton exa Republican paper, says: The Hon. William Jennings Bryan pected to accompany Mrs. llisle and has no reason to complain of the size remain three weeks." A morfg the Court day visitors from of the audiences that assemble to hear him talk "bimetallism." At Irvine, were: Messrs. J. A. Wallace, Burlingame, Kansas one day last Wm. Snowden, Thomas Vaughn, W. week, he spoke to 15,000 persons, and H. Park, Elihu Campbell, Judge and his reception was most enthusiastic. Mrs. W. W. Park, S. L. Tudor and At Iola, in the same State, the next daughter, Miss Judeth. day, tie addressed from 10,000 to Mr Charles Rowland is back from persons on "bimetallism." "Peo- Los Angeles, California. He says it ple came fifty miles to hear him." is a glorious climate out there. but We quote from Republican accounts. Kentucky is plenty good enough for People who think the back of the him. Glad to have handsome, jolly free silver movement is broken are Charley back again. deluding themselves. Wherever tho Mrs. Harry S. Brynnites were strong in 1830, they Morgan,John Morgan, Mrs Elley "and Messrs. Stanley are strong and whereer the'v are strong, the holier in r.nd he de- Jell Morgan left on Monday forMam-inot- h Cave. Mrs. John Morgan is just mand for the free coinage of silver over from England, is much surprised have not diminished a particle." that so few people have-- visited the great cavern, particularly iventucki-anTiiEi:Eib6iu-a condition of nfiaiis prevailing in this city that it won d be Miss Watts, of Richmond, has been suicidal for an organ catering to Demtho guest of Miss Bessie Burdside ocratic patronage as the Cum is doing, to nuke an exposition cf Lets Col. Goose Egg Owsley, one of the which would shake our old town from be Revenue men in tho service was center to circumference. Since the ai home tin's week. The Record hopes Ci.imix mentions the local municipal that Eggs will hold his job not only race why does it not take up local is- through this administration but as sues ami discuss them openly and long as Uncle Sam is in business. fairly? It dare not do it Pantagraph. Lancanter Record. Mr Guy Bissett, of the Annapolis God forbid that we become abettors or apologists for the misdeeds of any Naval Academy, who has becfi visitparty. If the Pantagraph knows where- ing his mother iu this county, has reof it speaks let it not insinuatejliiit give turned to his studies. His brother, Marble-hea- d names and figures. We want the best Eugene, is on the battle-sh- ip and Harry, another is on the government, hut we shall not expect it i Texas. Harrodsburg to come from a party winch is iurapable of good government iu this State. Be- Democrat Still another brother is a cause the Republicans call themselves student at C. U." this place Mis Emma Willis, of Richmond, is Refonr.eih " let u. beware. Bradlev is of a class tit Reformers that helped' to in the cny, a guest at the Ninaweh. afflict this tate thus far with two years Miss Willis is just from Cincinnati, of calamity and mismanagement, and where she has taken a special course we believe the Richmond Reform ticket in trimming and dress making, and is will iimj the office, if they are victorious prepared to attend to all wants of this to strengthen the hands of the 'same kind. She is a lady of euhnre and rec!as of incompetents and calamity finement and comes highly recommended. We welcome her to our makcie. midst and wish her abundant success. The Cumax should give its readers Beattyville Enterprise. something new and not be forever Prof Robert E. Roberts, who graduplunged into the grave-yarof the pist ated from the law school last year, is where the ghosts of Dick Tate A Co., Professor of Mathematics in the S. P. take up their habitation. Give us Lees Collegiate Institute of Central something new Pantagraph. University, Jackson, Kv. Mr. RobHere's something new and true, erts will begin active practice of his though not original: profession next year at Paris, Ivy. He writes to a friend here that lie lias been through Kansas. Indian TerriIncreased taxation. tory, and Texas since graduation, but Bonded indebtedness of $500,000. still believes that God's country is in Troops in the State House. Kentucky. Columbia, (Mo.) Herald. Decreased school per capita. Mrs. L. J. Frazcc's reception to her sisters, Mrs E R.Norris.of St. Louis, Negroes in office. and Mrs Riiodes, of Lexington, last Increased lawlessness. Friday, was an extremely fashioua- Abuse of the pardoning power. hlo aUair and highly enjoyable. A 755 ex convicts restored to citizenship. bower of green arched the wav from the gate to the front door "where Asylums mismanaged. Jobs in every department of the State. ushers iu full dress met and escorted the guests to the reception room. The Stealingat the penitentiary. interior of the home was decorated in Election frauds in the mountains. golden rod and asparagus, and a band The election of an A. P. A. to the of music played during afternoon and evening. A handsome luncheon was Senate. punch and Nearly a hundred murderers tuaued served and delicious chocolate were dispensed bv Misses Ioobe. Matilda Tribble, Margaret Chenault, A bankrupt Ircasury. Bettie Taylor and Katie Blanton. The A combination with a secret political ushers were Messrs. Moberley, Neale, Pickois and Park. In the evening society. razee gave a dance to AVill citizens endorsp this at the polls Miss Anna by voting any other ticket but the Dem- the younger set which culminated a dintinguo affair. ocratic ticket? Tho following invitation was reTun Climay needs to remove its ceived on Monday: Mrs. Lucretia T. leather goggles ami view with alarm Mershon requests your presence at the workings of the Dick Tatcs aud the marriage of her daughter, Annie others who so systematically robbed Elizabeth to Mr. Drurv Tve, on the State and the people for years and Wednesday, October Cth, 1S97. at nine caused a ponderous indebtedness o'clock, p.m.. at her residence on 2nd which can only be wiped ontbv careful Street, Richmond, Kv. At home, 398 management of affairs and by'keeping White.Hall Street, Atlanta Ga, after rascals out of office. Pantagraph. October 10th". The marriage will be a surprise, as only a few near friends Providence, iuscrutable rea son, transferred the reins of government were aware of the friendship visiting of thiH Ttate to the Republican partv, between the couple. The groom is a widower of about 43 years, his first and they have stolen more in two vcars wife being a cousin of the ladvwho than Dick Tate stole in twenty! Thev becomes his bride. Mr.Tve is have increased the taxes and lionded debt, and failed for over a year to pay a retired merchant of Atlanta, with a nice home at 393 White Hall Street, just claims upon the treasury. that city. He is a native of Barbour-villThey used to be called the "Nigger and to Atlanta Party," hut Waller Forrester, the lead- years ago. moved Mershon is thirty Miss one of ing Republican editor anil Gov. Bradley's our most Adjutant General, save the negro?s nbw dies, and highly respectedof young laher host eonstitute its most respectable element. of friends the well wishes will follow "her and her Its leaders have. become mortal enemies. husband to their southern home. Oue half do not speak to the other half. Bradley "cusses" Hunter, and Worth-ingto- n refuses to introduce Taylor to Pantn-grupK PERSONAL,. October". vit!i .ifull lino of samples. Hopeless Life Mr. Sueng Invites all to call Gloomy, and ii.,i t Ls display, and If you can bo suited no will taVo your measure Internal Pains tamo, Tired, Nerfor anything yon may need in" a suit or vous Every Bad Symptom Cured by Hocd's Sarsapantla. overcoat. Don't forgot the date, Oc" For nearly flvo years I suffered with tober 7. County Line Splits tyis Kitchen. A MO NEYMninimm mis-rul- Mr. 0. ,W. Rose, of Locust Branch, Estill county, cooks in Estill and eats in Madison. He ordered tho Climax to his post office on Monday. He says tho county line runs directly through his kitchen. Ho resides a mile and a quarter from the intersection of three counties, Jackson, Estill and Madison. Next Year's Whoat. IJich-mon- d, The Glasgow Times says: J. T. Riherd, of Glasgow Junction, has contracted his whole crop of wheat of the 1898 yield to Hardin Davis, of Cave City, at seventy-fiv- e cents per bushel. Mr. Riherd is of the opinion that he has made a pretty good trade, and will put in a big crop. This is the first contract, and the only one so far made for wheat of the '98 crop. Church Dedication at Irvine. a severe case of stomach trouble. I had pains in my stomach aud bowels so that I could not stand or work without great Buffering. My appetite was very poorand when 1 did eat anything I wrj shortly afterwards seized with vomiting apells. I could not rest at night and felt lame and tired all over. I became nervoiu and had no energy whatever. My life seemed gloomy and hopeless. My husband advised me to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, as he had been taking It with great bene-use- d. I began taking It and the first bottle did me a great deal of good. I continued with it regularly aud have now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework." Mhs. Kixda Crockkk, Gladstone, Ala. "My blood was out of order and 2 had no energy. After taking two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt better than for a year." Maeion W. Smith, Collins-vlll- e, SAVI ng lIUUfluD ("&&&&&&&&&' Hi yasaa-tt'rii-?- i HIHIBI Mm I Filo Silk 3c 2 for 5c. Ri.peMlk3c-2fur- 5c "KTOTI03STS Tacks lc hox. Matting Tacks 2c a box. Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files 3o and oe. 10 inch Flat File Se. Tracing Wheel He. Track Hammer 5c. Magnet T.iack Hammer Pocket . -- Curleisoc 10c. re-el- 12,-0- 00 to-da- y; d BEn-fiLICl- N for-so- tiful room Look Us Over, We can give j-o- u a beau- Republican audiences. Their ntter incompetencv, savoring of imheci ity, may be their show of defence against any charge of actual dishonesty. They have not shown sufficient capacity to manage the lunatics and feeble minded iu the charitable ins'itutions of the State. .When the blind lead the inimt ttiey all tall into the ditch. S ee Three person were killed by a train rusuiug into a wagon near Chester Pa. Gel prices and see if you with us. don't ap-re- e DEATHS. WAtDBOP. Whitty Waldrop, aged died at .Lexington Monday and was buried yesterday at Owenton. A widow and two children survive Deceased taught school at Kirsks-vill- e and was well known in that section Boone. Mrs. S. M. Boone died at Somerset on Friday. October 1st. aged about fifty years. Her husband 29, Special Clearance Sale; OF DRAPERIES AND CURTAINS OPENS MONDAY. CiFiBrower&Co.) tfu-i- r Lexington, Ky. 'K and several children survive. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. James M. Smith, of this city, and a daughter f the late G. S. Caldwoll, of Boyle. Ratxektox. "Mrs Henry Bntter-loage.i 07, died on Sunday at the residence of Mrs. Ittsle in Lexington, and was buried in Richmond on Mon mll..... fur llanoODAfl wao ff. Pros TJatterton, of Harrisonville. Mo., and Ben Batterton and Mrs, John PqWU, of this county. n, I expect to cut if timber can be secured Butcher Knhcs 10c. from seven to eight million feet of crrew Hooks 4c dnz. lumber per annum. This enterprise Sieel Cnrry Comb 10c. should bo especially gratifying to our Waiters 10c. people as all the improvements will be Match Sfaes 4c. in Madison county nnd will therefore bo an addition to our material wealth. Wo were gratified to learn that Mr. visitors. Acordial invitation is extend- Wharton would remain at Valley View and continue his mercantile Certain as ed to all. business. He has proved himself to of enterprise and a good be a man Infant Smothered lo Death. one locates and when Tho little two months old infant of citizen,our borderssuch a A stock to please the many md and save the monev of all who come. The virtue in values, the beauty in we want him to Rev. J. F. Williams, of Harrodsburg. within remain. chosen goods, and POWER in LOW PRICES are the dajiight truths and shining realities of our complete and ear. formerly pastor of the Richmond a stock in perfect touch with Fashion's r Baptist Cliurch, was found smothered Meeting cf Democratic Campaign Advisory selected stock of Staple and Fancy Diy Goods, Dress Goods, &C to death Tuesday. The mother left it ments at prices 3'ou all can afford. Committee 8th Conngressional District. sleeping at" o'clock, and not wishing Our new, fresh goods silence criticisms with honest worth and style: distrust with generous concessions in Major P. P. Johnson, Chairman of to disturb it? slumbers, waited till nearly 9 o'clock, when she went lo tho State Central Committee, appoinarouse the babe and found it cold in ted Advisory C ampaign Committees t death. It is supposed that the child iu each of the Congressional Districts over on its pillow and smoth- of Kentucky. turned The Committee of the 8th Conered to death. Come and see this choice selection of honest qualities and learn whj-- sensible, economical people prefer t -gressional district met, pursuant to . Judge Tiplon Has Torn His Trousers. their money with 11s. Our prices will give your dollar a new dignity. Our fine quilities will clear away your notice, at Richmond yesterday, nnd organized by tiie uunnimous elecYou'll trade with us simply because you can't duplicate the goods at our low prices. We are glad to vekiu. Hw have the mighty fallen! Judge Tipun registered yesterday as a straight-ou- t tion of Hon. Jas. B. McCreary as tors, and are pleased to show our goods. S Anderremar'kiug Republican, 10 the chairman, and J. Odell, of Our Embroideries have made a great hit, as those who partook of the feast last spring were awaiting the an ollicei-- T "I have been registering as a son, Secretary. Every county in the represented except RockDemo.iatand voting Republican. Here- district, wasfollows: Shelby county, the present lot, which was announced to come, and is even more attractive than that of last spring. These U after 1 bhail register Republican and castle as G. G. Gillert; Spencer, Lew B. Drown; Embroideries sell at sight, and the crowded bargain counters on which lhe3' are displayed is a veritable bee-h- i vote Republican." Judge Tipton lias edited Democratic Anderson, J S. Odell; Mercer, W. 0. aud see them. They wont last long at the prices we ask. 12 yards Torchon Dice 5e. papers here for twenty-livyears, but it Hell; Boyle, Robert L. Harding; Jesis said that for his support ot McKinley samine, Dr. T. R. Welch; Garrard, T. and the gold standjrd he was retained 13. Robinson; Lincoln, J. E. Carson; .Madison, Jas. B. McCreary; Rockcasin the 6erice. c' fffTftrffffa-iTrinfrTHEIi tle, Dr. E. J. Brown; Jackson, W. S. Fine Chickens. McGuire. The committee was in ses- Table Oil Cloth 13o vard. Calico 31c np Clasps 5c Corset Opaque and Linen Shades 20 aud 25c and transacted im- Boy's Waists 15, 20, 40, 50, 05c. Gilt Edye Cotton 5o yard. Our Pet Child's Waist ISc Mr. S. Ii. Huguely, of Red House, sion several hours looking Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg Graters lc Canton tlanuebo. (51, J, brought to town and had on exhibi- portant business county to a close Ladies' Rubber Combs, 5, 8, 10, 13, 15, Our Rest Corsets 25c Democrat HI 20 and 25c. 15c Cotton Towels 5 aud 10c tion Monday, some of the finest chick- conference with the Taylor's .Adjustable Embroidery Ring ic committees of the 8th District; and Shoe Rlnckini: 1, 3 and 5c. Outing Flannel 5, 71 and ! Linen Towels 5, 8. 10. 13. 15, 20, 23. .Tie 25 and 35c ens ever seen in Richmond. They also adapted this resolution: "Re- Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c Eiderdown 15 to 40V jd, ah Rob Roy Cortets 50c; ling waists woith Cologne 5 t 53c were the Langshaiigs, and at only 75o India Linen t to 20c seven months old tho roosters weich-e- d solved, that each member of this com Hooks and Eves lc card 2 doz card. Fine Cmlfe 3c up Cool Corsets 33o Hosierv 5 t C5e from G to 9 pounds. Mr. Huguely mittee be directed to confer witii the 3 Spoo's Thread 10c. Pocket Coml s 3c up Democratic committee and the DemoLadieV Vest Fleeced iwith M Whisk Brooms, with velvet tip. 10; Mountain's Corset 50c has about 100 of the-- e One chickens, cratic candidates of the county he Safety Pi as 2 and 3c each. Doisy Soap lc cake. 20 and 25c Dandv WaNts 45c Tooth Brushes 5, S, 10, 15, 111,23c and will sell only a limited number We handle W. 15. and R. G. Corsets I'nkwi Suits 25c sp 12 di 7. Bullous 5c at $1 each. It is claimed that this represents anu ascertain m what res Smyrna Bouquet boap 3c. Indies' Gowns 50 to 95c. MeiiV Woiking Shirts 15c up Ladies' Xew Collars 10c breed f chickens lay continually pect this committee can aid the C I J. R. Ball Glvcerine Soan 5c throujih the coldest season, and do Democratic candidates or advance the Cuticle Soap 10c 3 for 25c Suspenders 5 to 50c Indies' 'Iiemise 50 to 8?c Men's Lnundried Shirts 25c up cause of Democracy in the respective Tar Toilet Soap 5c Ijtdies' Mulin Skirts 50 o '. Table Liner IS to D3c not suffer as other breads. Feather Dusters 15, 20, 25c counties of the district, and report as Cold Cream Soap 5c gross Suspender Ruttnns 5c Zino Trunks cl.25 to SH.25 Wool 15c Equal Rights of Men and Women Before the soon as possible to the chairman of Blacking Brushes 10, 13, 15. IS, 20, 25 The Laugtry Hair Crimper 3u doz CLOTH CC;. Floor Oil Cloth 171 to 25c tins Committee. and3Sc Men's Suits $3 5o Shell Hair Pins 5c doz up Matting 10 to ISc yd Law. Hair Brushes with Glass Sc MenV CsipeN 12tc up Lace Curtains 30c up uits t 75 up Deafness Cannot he lured Mrs. Emma DeVoe, organizer of the 10, Hair Men'Curtain Poles 15c, complete Soils ?7."i) by local applications, as they cannot Dress Brushes 5, 8 13, 15. 10, 20, 25c National American Woman Mifirage STAPLE DRY GOODS. ',- -' Kree Pant- - 2lV up Paraso's 3!)c up rcich the dUeased portion of the ear Corset Shields lc. and 10c Association, will speak to the cifz ms Laces Vt- -' Km e Suits 7c to ? Felt Window bhadea 10 and 15c lied Tu king 5, !" S, 10 and 15c of Richmond in the on There is only one way to cure Deafnefs the 9th of October, at 7 o'clock, p m., is caused bv an inflamed condition of upon the subject of elevating Women the mucous lining of the Eustachian up to a legal equality with men. Ad- Tu he. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or uupeift-cmission free. One of the mot complete and con- Hearing, anu when it is cntirelv closed vincing lectures of the season was Deafness is the result, and unless the inRespectfully Sntmilled to the Cnsh Trade, that ot Mrs DeVoe. Her plea f r flammation can be taken out and this woman's enfranchisement, in logic tube restored to its normal (onlition, r"9E""RT matter and spirit was simply" over- hearing will be distrojel foreet; nine whelming, leaving no pl.ICefor ad- cases out of ten are cause by catarrh, g verse criticism from any thinking; and wnieii is nothing out an uitiameit con WMm fair minded man or woman. Dan- dition of the mucous solaces. We will give one Hundred Dollars for ville Sentinel, Danville, III. EEJSIS-- 2 & any cases ot Deafness catarrh) ut Never Saw The Great Cavern. that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Live Near Cure. Send for circulars.free. One of the chief attractions of Ken" F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0. . tucky to foreigners is our great MamSold by Druggist, 75c. moth Cave, which few of our citizens A ' ' V" f&f!? have ever visited. Mrs. .John Monrnu, Did You Register Yesterday? If Not Here's of stafiord, England, litre on a visit Your Chance. to her sons, left on Monday to visit Those Democrats of Richmond who the great cavern. In this connection jt may uo siateu mat there are seven" yesterday failed to register, in order to be legally qualified to vote at the I students at Central Universitv year from Barren county, and this November election, are requested to alft M though they all reside within 10 miles read these sections of the law, if they of Mammoth Cave, only one of tho still wish to be able lo vote: Any person entitled to register who number ever saw the great earth's wonder, which attracts visitors from was necessarily absent from the city all over the civilized world. The of his residence during the days alyoung men are Messrs. Duff, Page, lowed for registration herein, of who Alexander, Summers, Pare, and the was ill during said time, or .who was unable to,attend the place of regisEubanks brothers. tration on account of sickness of some I named member of his family, may M For Years Unsurpassed. y have his name placed upon the "Time tried and firo tested" is a for the precinct in which he i n matter of a insuiance lives, by attending the Countv 6 company, but it is no more significant office at the time specified Clerk's n Is the day AS the in the than the record of Mr. George M. next section, and making the affidaI Willging as a practical house and vit before the clerk showing the facts n Merchant Tailors1 sign painter and paper hanger. For required to be stated in the registry 2Slong years ho has acknowledged by section one thousand four hundred 1 no rival in his business, and and eighty-nin- e herein, and showing ? iia int.- inrgesi, iresnest and most the absence or sickness referred to fashionable line of goods kept in this above. city. His shelves groan beneath the On Monday, Tuesday and Wednestons of beautiful wall paper, whilst in day preceding the November election the cellar are stored barrels of the in each year such County Clerk shall best paints on tho market. He is in receive in a bound book, to be kept every way and at all rimes able to by hiin for that purpose, the affidavit meet the demands of the public and provided in the Drecedinc section. pleases tho most fastidious tastes and shall place the names of persons Picture frames, glass, mouldings, oil making such affidavits upon the paintings, cliromos, lithographs and proper registration book, and shall all artists' materialsconstantly in write his name as clerk and date of stock. Do you want Phone, No. 21. ft in his registry, after the name of the person line? Don't fail to get his prices See so registered, in the column headed .. w w Kb--.. advertisement. Remarks." Any peison present in 535 s" the County Clerk's ollicc may chalMe! a Horrible Death on his Way to Church. lenge tho rigiit of any voter to logister Helen Terrill, Alice Cobb, Bernice Gum, was given to a colt belonging to under this section, and thereupon the Lila Deatherage. Fannie Willging. Nel- NiifiTord. Several who are said J. W. Townsend Million, 24- - ear-olto be son of Mr. and Mrs. George Million, met his County Clerk shall examine such lie Chenault, Lucile Collins, Mildred judges of the equine family thou-the Jorinley. Rrilla Lloyd, Marguerite Mv colt belonging to J. W. death on Sunday night while riding voter nnd any witness who may b Have designated as the time w hn Stafford ought up Honest Branch, near. Jolly Ridge offered, under oath, and shall hear re, Johnny Feland, Gladys Perrv, to have been given ii st prize. The lot and determine the question of Ins Harriet Parrish, Mary D Pickefs, asa whole was pronounced on his way to church. lie was in comthey will have one of their ExiM-rthe best ever pany with a son of Owen Young, nnd right to register. Tiie duties herein Amanda Duncan, Margnerito Dykes, seen in this section. imposed upon the County Clerk may- Masters John Fostor, James Deatherage, w?ro,rilUn',very rapMJy when Glitters to see 113 with a full line t The play entitled "Brae, Million's horse plunged over a" hank be performed by his deputy, and he Robert Chenault, Lucicn Patton, Mal- House Girl," given by homethe Poor talent at at a sudden curve in the road, throw- or his deputy inay admlnis'ter oaths colm Miller. their samples in Dialogue Misses Geneva Moberley the Presbvterism church, last Saturday ing the rider headlong to the uround. under this law. night, was a roaring success and covered Said registration in October shall and Minnie Dykes. Young was in front and did not miss as the Tho object of the meeting wtis to en- the participants with real, red. lasting ins companion, but others followed be known person general registration and any then registered mny courage further interest in minion work gjory. There were eight characters repwho discovered the resented, composed of tho young man lying on the unfortunate vote at all elections until the next in the Christian church in the county named people : Misses Mabel following road side, E. thomhf:iifCn0,t- - general reg'stration, unless he be- and it is believed that the meeting was dead. Atfirstitwas Mollie and Mattie Howe, Nina G. i dified after registering a most profitable one. was broken, but the undertaker, Mr. comes Davidson, Messrs. 13. L. Haden. H. R. R. E. I. Biggerstaff, who embalmed Every pe: n shall be entitled to 9; R Briant anA "' Farrfe. be regi6teie,l wiio would be entitled the tody, savs that dentli rocnifo.t CORRESPONDENCE. tVhile all were bright lights in the charffoni internal injuries, although tho to vote at ho next succeeding: Noacters represented by each ono. Miss chin jncl cheek of the deceased were vember election, as now provided bj boupene 111 the role of "Brae." was the VALLEY VIEW. bac'V crushed. Townsend Million was law only incandescent on tiie circuit. PERSONAL. the f.ivoriro of several children, and County Convention, C. W. B. M. J. W. Masters made a business trip to his rarents are overwhelmed at the TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. The liist county convention of the Owen county last week. suc.den and awful death of their ;(; Christian Womans Board of Missions, promising: boy. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AH "William Shifflett and family will start DrngKlsts refund the money if it fails to Cure. together with the Mission Boards of the for Illinois Wednesday. - Saw Mill Sold. Christian churches of the county, met at "We will be pleased" t have ai v Mrs. M. F. Bryson is visiting her mona, Ky. KBthe Richmond Christian church, Satur- father, Capt, Fpurlock, and family, of. Mr. G. E. Smith, of this city, con- day, October 2, 1S97. There are three one call and see them, ami if v . summated on last Thursday a sale of C- - W. B. M. auxiliaries and three Mis uattett8burg. Mrs. Q. W. Hutchison, of Troy, is what is known as the M. F." Wharton sion Boards cr.n suit you we will be pleased t these orPowell.-O- n Tuesday, September mill property, at Valley View, to the ganizations, in the county andyear, have spending a lew uais witti her father's during the past 28th, 1S!)7, to the wife of J. D. Powell. Barker Cedar Company, or Chicago contributed $197 to Missions," the Mt. family, T. B. Spurlock. take, your meastirefaraanythmg y Illinois. Tho exact price for the plant Ziou band being the banner band of the Friday to II. II. Poston went to at Blue Grasvagirl. weight 9 pounds is RANGES not known, but it was coiiiiderablv count)-- , its contribution amounting to take charge of tho R. NIrvineB, railroad 1.& 'may want iua This is their third child, tho first above five thousand dollars Tho pur- S53. office at that place lor a taw kaysr daughter. chasers takes possession at once and The programme was furnished by the Willie Gum, of ( leveland. was in our will make some additional improve- ladies anil young people of the Christian ments, .'lhe Company lias sent pur- chun lies' of the couuty, anil at noon a midst Sunday, looking his Inist, but. he chasers for timber, both poplar and delightful lunch was served.iu the base- sometoHowe aboutiloes not like for a Tay-lor when he oak up the Kentucky river, and thev ment by the ladies of the Christian calls. be A Horse Thai Can Pump Waler. church. Z.f The following is the programme for NUBMXS OF XEWS KKO THE HELD OP Mr. Peter Parrish, of tho Caleast Awarded luri'Exixfts. morning esion : neighborhood, who never stretches Highest Honors World's Fair, tiie Born to the wife ot John Crow, Bible reading aud prayer Miss Anno -- uui uit., ugin. the blanket of verascity, says that ho DeJaruette. Address of welcome Mrs. J. W. Ca- Several mad dogs were killed. 111 the'. . lias a horse which goes regularly to M Sm IX I SI? ' It! UD nM&ftHBCTI ffiKSKBB peiton. un uw louuuy lasi wee&. the cistern aud with his foot turus the rfiSS:,.! MHMHHH Response Miss Emma DeJarnette Jacob ..Cusick-soldnice lotjof handle and pumps waterwhenever he w. . Guaranteeing a Perfect Fit Reports Mrs. John D. Goodloe, Miss .iu .ruyeue. county parues. jrnce hoes ' r-,,' . not hr d m WKmnii mmmam is thirsty. Anne DeJarnette, Mrs. R E. Tnrlev. Known. Papers Mrs Roy White, Miss FIoc-idand Satisfaction. Fred Hulfinger Paralyzed. A wild animal has created some exIribson, Mrs. J. B. Patton aud Mrs. citement near here. The peo'jile are Lloyd. The many friends of the popular Recitations Mrs. David Chenault and afraid to venture out after night The butcher,Fred Mulfinger, was stricken animal has been seen by a fewibeonle. Miss Emma DeJaruette. Vl who report it as being about the iSIZe of with paralysis last Friday, and lies in 'J lie music was excellent, especially a critical condition at his home near solos by Mrs. W. G. White, Miss a yearling coit. he mere arrived at tne Home o J, L. Roofing .GLutleritto" .Nannie muor anu Mrs. 1'erry. the toll house on the Big 3iillturn-pikTiie afternoon session ws devoted to Sowers, the 24th ult.. a mptnhij caller feeling badly hut He hail been and General lhe young people and children and was anu midnight prawler, with a Auction continued at his, post until stricken opened with prayer by Mrs. Roy C. ami testing apparatus lor mincanu an au down. Job Work, White, of the Mt. Zion church. Inter- tomatic alarm to regulate anpplyfm the esting reports were read by Miss Annie iqirm ot aiistiy iioy. Will Visit Mr. H. J. Streng. -Ellison, of Mt. Zion, Master JMay PowThe colt aliow-s- t Dr. Elmer (North - MB 'Y MAM MOST PERFECT MADE ell,- of Mt. Pleasant, and Miss BohsiV cutt's, last, Saturday, was Wall at The Qiobe Tailoring-Companwill A pure Crape Cream n3l f have one of, their expert cutters to nora Ammonia, Alumof Tartar Powder,, ;Fwt Tribble, of the Richmond band. - . and several SaeeoMe, were shown;- - A 1 at 1. m i iniii- or any other adu&nw,' Kecitatioos were given-jhwa'Mtw- - j cottueMMKtng to a, rjB. LMul w cant If Mr. H. J. Streng oiTjursdav, I vjijt NMMsit cr, aay jtfUtoenfte wui pnmiiuai, wnHtftb ""Wft 40'YiARS STAWMJUV for religious service. The members of this congregation have fixed the 3rd Sunday in October for the dedicatory service. W. L. Crutcher will deliver the opening address, and L. H. Reynolds will preach the dedicatory sermon. Ample arrangements will be made for the comfort of all . . The new Christian Church at Ir vine, has been completed and P, six for ?5. y Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by druggists. Be sure to get Hood's. Strainers 3e. Kuivis oc up. now-read- Padlocks 5c up. Set Tea Spoons lc. Set Table Spoons (5c. Scissors 5e up. Sheets of Paper 5c Envelopes . 12 yards Iace Fih hue lc 2c, 4c, 5c and , WhitewHsh Crush 20c. dcz Collar Buttons 5c. lion Glue 7c. Bruss Pins 4c. Vegetable DipperSe. Thimbles lc. Dust Pan and Brush l."c. Children's Garden Sets Rake, Hoe Tacks lc. Embroidery Silk 5 and Spade 8c. 100 viK Spool Silk 4c. Wash Pans 5, 15 ami 2Zt Imperial Enameled Steelware Milk Clark's Thread 4c. Steaming Braid 5c. Pan ISc. White Tape lc. IH)king Glasses 10c and 20c. Hat Pins lc. Picture Frames 15c Mourning Pins 2c 1kx. Kitchen Spoon Hat Webbing lc and 2c yd. Rattlers, with whistle, 2c. Webbing 5c yd. 20 Marbles for lc. Lisle Webbing So vd. Ink 4c Mucilage 4c. Silk Webbing 9c yd. Dolls 3c up. Pencils lc. 1 di z ikiens Silk 7c. i C Slate Pencils lc. Harps 5c up. SO 1 di.z Fish Hooks lc. 50 5-- es 1 Tablets 1, 3, 5, f ami 10c. llugsy AVhips 10 15 20, 29 and 4 doz. White String Ties Black Silk String Ties 10, 15, 20, . RI;u-Rows 5 and 10c. Silk Club Ties 10c new styles. c School Cravon 10c box. 1 In-T- in Indies' Belts 10 awl 2V. doz Writting Pens 5c. 3 Penholders lc. Leather Watcli Ch"ris 5c. Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 ami W. Ladies' Safety Hose fcHppon. and 15c. Rias Velvet Binding 10 and IV n l'ocket IU oks 2, 3, 4. 5, 10 Fan Scrims 10c. Rahy Ribbon 5c bolt t ar i. oBARGAINS-- k Fry Qs-I- Sire aai To-Morr- ow's klin"!o to-d- ay It's pa-sto- Mans Plasur nsroTZcasrs. aqdl Profit. ni . . , -- e Tm"-rr- -f -- . Mi-.-- ei I 1 Dii'-ter- s All-wo- ol -- s. atin-lin'd court-hous- e, r 1 1 t Wait For Our Millinery Op en ins. -- (can-edjb- m-u- f-war E v ".T. I Proprietor, r jf 3 -- oct-G-l- The Reason W Ml Freeman Brothers are making such a sweeping reduction in the prices of 11 ''''''!V''!!-!'V''gv'V- 'f ? 'jf jf 'r as Twenly-Eig- reg-istr- well-know- tnrr Boots and Shoes xus are compelled to make room for them. Now is the time to get a BARGAIN. Tthat a that 11 -- i Is that their fall and winter stock is about all in and they well-know- - to-d- ay as - &!" Freeipn Hi athing d , First Street, j to hr US. 1 Comp any ailorin: h e Globe to to to to to to to to to to to 'ft n t te S011-pen- e. dii-qi- to-d- ay $h e, Lengths -- Cloth -- to-da- y, BIRTHS. oct6-6- - m -- 123 ECONOMIST LOCAL, any-Moo- re i$ W SUIT or r BR; 1 111 jk3tig333Mk M a .. wz&R23fmm ' w w w w w w w .1 m a w CREAM 1 o. BAKING POWDIR ,im j 'Hgl'F - m y - -- ;- jpm-MJIf- Jf I in vamwtt, a vu n f iih mi Sy &nn I H. J. STRENG. $ $ w w r,. rA" The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY OCT.G, 1897 Bud Dunn shipped a car load of hogs last week. See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. , sept-29-6-uv A Cigarette Costs $221. 1L C. Cigarette, the sensational pacer by Elecmonier, owned by See ad. of bank stock sale. Suits to orderat TStoufTer's at ready StoulTer sella clothing cheaper than made prices anybody. Wo have a nice line of boys' knee One dollar for round trip to Lexpants in all sizes. Covington & Mitchington during the trots via L. AN. Bryan speaks at Lebanon, Marion ell. StoufTer is the oldest clothier, furnishcounty, Ky., Monday October 11th, at er and Hatter in the city. 2:30 p.m. 6ept-29-6sept-29-Cm sept-29-Gni See notice of lot horse elsewhero in this issue of tho Climax. Tray nor waB sold yesterday hy a decree of court, the purchaser being Mr. W. Frank French." Price $221. This is a great bargain A Chinaman's : Lellcr to Postmaster Willis. 1, 1S37. in'or-matio- Chicago, October We have the best overalls that can be bought for the price. Coving- ton & Mitclf 11. See Stonfler and save monev on clothing, over coats and underwear. sept 2J Cm If you want to see our line of nice warm underwear, we have all grades Covington & Mitchell. You will be entertained while listening to Rev. J. J. Haley, Friday evening, at Mt. Zion Everything points to a large registration yesterday, the Democrats in the Polls closed too late for uiajoritv. figures. the well known traveling salesman who has been on the road for thirty-si- x last week. years was in - Mr Xath Woodcock the city Hats and caps latest styles and lowsept 29-- m est prices at Stoutler's. The protracted meeting at Silver Creek Chapel, conducted by Rev. Henry Miller, closed Sunday night with four additions. Rev. J J. Haley ,of Cyirthiana.will deliver his lecture, "Australia," at Mt Zion Church on Big Hill pike, Friday, October S 7:30 p. m. 1 new line of buckboards at John Doiielson's the nicest you ever saw. For the best corduroy pants, come to us, every pair guaranteed to wear ami not to rip, entirely free from bad odor usually found in such goods. . Covington A Mitchell. Revs. J. V. Logan and Miles Saunders have been appointed to conduct the services attending the installation of Rev. S. M. Logan as pastor of Middlesboro Church. Its a hard matter to keep a stock of vehicles on hand all the time; but if you will leave vourorder with me you will get what you want. A -- you will givj me full n of your city as any our of the Chinese in your city. It is one there before he Is my cousin. I have not heard from him for years, Mr.' William Fish, df Paint Lick, yet got some mail l'ike to forwardI I sold 50 barrels of corn to his 6on ed to him. Luther, at $1.40 in tho field. Much oblige Your Truly, Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy Hip Luxg, without seeing Stouflers. 323 S. Clark St. -- John Lackey, of White's Station, The Family Row Goes Merrily On. sold 16 head of fat cattle to Crate Richmond's most crowded thoroughMaupin for $1.23 per hundred. fares have been thestage on which two A new stock of buggies, etc. at tragedies barely escaped fatal termination recently. John Donelson's. In both of the acts the principals were the same men, Rurgoyne The Southeastern Kentucky Medical Association meets in the Court Breck and Boh Turner, both colored, who bear an undying hatred for each Hoube, this city, Friday evening. other. A few weeks ago Turner shot Harry S. Morgan sold his stallion Breck and the latter swore vengeance Walking Denmark, advertised in the which he attempted to wreak upon his Cum ax to W. F. Towers privately, for would-b- e slayer on Saturday. Breck $170. spied h's victim on First street and fired Clothing at prices never so low at at liin four times, one bullet plowing around Turner's head, the other entering Stouflers. sept his elbow. Breck was jailed but was The protracted meeting at the bailed out. Rrookstown Christian Church closed on Thursday night with four addiHelp The Boys and Give Richmond a Belter tions. Band. A rare opportunity to secure the fin31. P. Kimble, who was run over by a wagon recently at Brookstown est bandmaster in the West is offered, and had his leg broken, is out on and ou behalf of our excellent and deserving local hand the Climax appeals crutches. to every loyal, music loving citizen to George IT. White has for sale a contribute a small sum to guarantee the farm at White's SUttion,which new Professor a sufficient salary to inhe will sell as a whole, or any quanti- duce him to come. Already about half ty to suit purchaser. See adr on first the money has been raised. The plan is page. to secure pledges for so much per month Every man who is exposed to the for six months, by which lime the hand 'cold and wet weather bhould have will be sufficiently (rained. Let all one of our heavy duck, wool lined, unite and show our hardworking young Macintosh feeding coats. Covington men that we appreciate their efforts to & Mitchell. to give to Richmond a high class baud, Messrs. B. B. & J. M. Boon, raised an ornament to every town possessing on their farm, near Kingston, eighty-fou- r one. Mr. Hugh R. Tevis will call and bushels of hulled millet on five give further particulars. acres of land. Call on them for seed. Mrs. Cosby's Will. coun-tryme- nt sept-29-6- m 29-6i- n 200-acr- Deak Sir I wish o Marriage Thai Was a Genuine Surprise. Miss Mabelle Lee Terrell was united Inmarring on Monday at noon to Mr. Vernon Bgg, of St Louis, at the residence of Mrs. Elizibeth Miller, this city Rev. Jasper K. Smith officiatinjr, the ceremony being extremely heautifuL There were no attendants. The bride was radiantly beautiful in white Paris muslin, decolletie, with white roses in her golden hair. She was a very picture never to be forgotten. The groom whs ittired in a traveling costume. A handsome luncheon was served to the newly wedded pair and the guests, after which the bride donned a traveling suit of wine colored broadcloth and becoming hat, and at 2.05 Mr. and .Mrs. Begg departed for Washington City for a six weeks bridal tour. The bride needs no comment She is known to us all as one of the brightest, sweetest and most beautilul young ladies in Madison, with numberless trlends who give her up M r. Boggs is a most regretfully. e man, of excellent family, known to Mr. Stanton Hume who was a 6chool mate of his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Beggs met at the home of Mrs. W. H. Wooten, at Sante Fe, N. M., aunt of the bride, who well knew 'he high character of the young man. Ho holds a $2,000 position as private srretary to Jm'ge Reynols, of St-- Loi.is Special' Assistant Attorney General ot h United States. Mr. Beggs also was j er onal secretary of the late Walter Q 'Iresham, Mr. Cleveland's first Secretary of State during his second term. He is a graduate of the Denver Taw Schoo' and though only 25 years of age, has traveled extensively, is a close student, a lover of music and the arts. His ide acquaintance and his business engagements throughout the west will enable Mis. Beggs to meet many congenial people and to enj iy the novelty of visiting the leading cities of the country with her husband. Those present at the weddina were: Mrs. Elizabeth Miller and -, daughters, Mrs. J. S. Winn, of Mi-sSallie and Bessie Miller, and Miss Ethel Terrell, sister of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. S. 3. Hume, Mr?. Wm. M.jlrvine, Mrs J. E. Greenle&f. Misses Lucia Burnam, Mary Little, Amy Smith, Bettie Taylor, Rev. J. K. Smith, and Messrs R. R Burnam, Tom Jones and Clarence E. Woods. A self-madWir.-ciirstees Should bo In every family medicine chest and every traveller's grip.. They are b & nvaluable when the ttotnacli la out of order; care headache, blllocsnesi, and ail liver troubles. Mild and efficient. 23 cents Hood's n II EX III t at Will-iamsfiv- 3$k iljjil Fire caused a loss of HI. S3o,000 to be in a most miserable coudiiion. It was nndoutedlya had case of la grippe and recognizeing it as dungeons he took immediate steps to bring a bout a speedy cure, from the advertsement of Chamberlain's Cousih Remedy and the many good recommendations included therein, we concluded to make first trial of the medicine. To eay that it was satisfac tory in its icsuts, is putting it very mid ly, indeed. It acted like magic and the resmlt was a speedy and permanent cure. We have no hesitancy in recommending this excellent Cotih Remedy to anyone afflicteM with e iiih or cold in any form f "Liberty, Libcrtytown, The Banne-Maryland T'if 25 and 50 cen's size for sale by u.t!. White Richmond Ky. - few weeks ago the editor was taken with a very severe cold 'that caused him A ws & The Throttle Thrown Wide Open. 1 THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE Busy Bee Cash TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY. TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN Stores MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. octC-l- m T'e. American I ie.igo, Paper Company, made an assignment. of monials prove it fulfills its mission well. Tho mission of Hood's Sarsaparilla is to cure disease, and thousands of testi- Already they are unloading' at our door, car load after ear 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. Our shelves, our leges our upstairs department, our basement and allies are all bending and groaning under the enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled ou them. No Tariff added, no Bad Debts, nothing to cause our customers and friends to pay an advance on a single article bought from us this season. It. The negro protective partv was placed on the Ohio State ballot sheet. That Jiiyfal Feehtijr with the exhilarating sense ol renewed health anil strength and internal cleanliness, which follows the use of Svrup ol Fig", irf unknown to the few whu have not prfgressed beyond the old time medicines and the cheap substitutes some-limoffered but never accepted by the es d. oct-6-l- m You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don", mplo an unexperienced bujer to lay in our stock. Each and every article that fill our ouelves and piled up on our counters has been selected with great care hy a buyer who L 3 had years of experience; who knows a "good thing when he sees it." Our campaign against high prices this season will be the Willis Three negro were Ohio at Hawcsvillc. drowned iu the hottest fought ba'.tle in the history of our busins. We Those who believe chronic diarrhoea to be incurable should reab what Mr. P E. Grisham, of Gaars Mills, La., has to say on the subject, viz.: "I have been a siiUVrer from chronic diarrhoea ever since the war and have tried all kinds of medicines for it. At last I found a remedy that effected a cure and that was Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy." This medicine can always be depended upon for colic, cholera morbus, dysentry and dhrroea. It is pleasant to "take and never tails to effect a cure. 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. G. White Richmond Kv. oct-0-l- set the pace for competition and let them follow. Canton lots. A Great stocks of Calicos arc piled upon the streets and in the store and some of the very best brands are enly Sir per yard. Bring yonr wagons and load up. We lii't offer you one yard at this price, but 1 000 yards if you want them. r Blankets of all descriptions boucht in lots. As great stores to buy for we can save nurens-lonie- rs many a "Hani Karned Dollar7' on Ulankets. We sell them a nice white bed blanket, 10-- 4 size, large enough for any bed, at 4So per pair. 100-pai- Flannels, bought direct fiom mills in tolid car great saving to our customers, as we can sell them we have two 1 to you at letail and give you wholesale prices. 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 Brag" Department. The rnot elegant things to he had an where in suits or satin-line- d overcoats can be found here. Our tailor-made- , suits and overcoats are the death knell to all competition. They tit better, thev look nicer, they weiir longer mid they are priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' Clothing. They are double knee, double scat and elastic wait bands, not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. war-lant- Mitchell. John Doxelsos. Auctioneer Prcwitt reports the J. E. Mack, bought of Bob Cov- sale of G. W.Ross, administrator of ington, this county, on "Wednesday G. W. Ross, deceased, Saturday, last, 35 head of short steers, well attended. Horses sold from $24 average weight 1,430 pounds. Price to $G3; corn ?1.G0 per barrel; farm of paid 41.. cents. All being extra fine about 100 acres, $10 per acre. An Editor Shoots at a Burglar. cattle. Mr. R. Ix;e Davis' home on Third The Capital wagon has better wheels and more good features than street was visited by a burglar on Thursday night and the ben hiskered editor any wagon you ever saw. who never 6leeps if there's anything go R L.GKXTRY, Agent. & Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take a special pride here as pretty, .stylish Cloaks are greatly Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe, sure and free from germ breeding matter. Casca-ret- s date of May 23, 1893. The testatrix admired bv ever one and our Cloak Department Ls filled Candy Cathartic will cleanse the We are the leaders in prices on all lines of R sots ami pleasrnt cough medicne, would have with beautiful things. Call and look through whether yo leavesjto her daughter, Emma R. Cosby, saved them. It is guaranteed. W. G. system and kill all contagious disease Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prineed a Cloak or not. We will be glad to slww yo oetu-lgerms. oct-G-l$2,000; to the Columbia Finance and White Ricmond, Ky. ces made all through the line, stock larger and more comthrough. plete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them Trust Company in trust for the four A new revolutionary outbreak has ocThe National Irrigation Congress asup. Prices lower than ever mailed- children of her daughter, Lilly Roy. $ , semble at Lincon, Neb. curred in Guatemala. 000; and her gold watch to her grandson, Don't he the last one to call and see this immense stock When has fallen out, of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until thebet thing" If your children is puny, fretful, the head the hair the scalp is not leaving with drawEdward Cosby Roy. The remainder she We have a man's Ribbed Vest, fleece-linebald, if shiny, are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the ers to match, heavy weight, that we can sell at 25c each devises to the Columbia Finance and troubled with glanTlular swelling, inflam- there is a chance of regaining the hair by crowd. You will meet with a hearty welcome ami be ed eyes, or sores on the head, face, or using Hall's Hair Renewer. that beats the world. Same that sold last season at 4!)e. It Trust Company, in trust for her two body, a course of Ayer's Sarsaparilla is waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for Vests, with pants, winter weight, l!. Ladies' fleece-line- d Lilly needed to expel the scrofulouR humors daughters. Emma R. Cosby and past patronage, we are , Ribbed Vests aud worth 'JCc. Children's fleece-line- d In Owen eouny Wash Whitton stab- Roy. If any devisee shall contest the from the blood. The sooner you begin bed W. T. Jelly perhaps fatally pants from Sc up, winter weight An elegant line of laRespectfully, dies' and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very low prices. It. will, his share she wishes divided among to give this medicine the better Fails in Medicine. A killing over a crap gamo occurred ing on worth telling, seized his revolver the other beneficiaries. The Columbia There are fails in medicine as in every G. V. Lyne, real estate agent of thing else and a "new thing" freqnenth and chased the unwelcome visitoroff tlie Finance and Trust Company is made at Bowling Green. cottage on Nicholasville, sold his nice premises, firing twice at his rctreatine executor. The British campaign aeninst the sells for a short time simple because it is North Main street to E. C. Bosgs, of An Unsurpassed Display at B. W. Turner's. Moliamands iu India has been successful. new. But iu medicine asin nothing else, carcass. the people demand ami will be satisfied Richmond. Mr. Boggs will move his There has never been such a mag' For several months. I was troubled onlv with positive, absolute merit. The Equal Rights Association. family to his new home about the first with my head fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla has stood persistant humor The Kentucky Equal Rights Asso- nificent and costly display of ladies' whichagave me considerable onannovance, its ground against ail competition, and of the month. dress goods and millinery as Mr. B. ciation will hold State Conven- W. its sale have never wavered but have reit occurred to The following men are using the tion in Covington their 14th Turner spread before the admir- until Vigor. Before me to try Ayer's mained steadily at the toP, demonstratec, using one bottle, Hair on the and 15th Capital wagons in Madison county: gaze of the hundreds of ladies the humor was healed." T. T. Adams, beyond any doubt, the intrinsic virtues of October. A large attendance of ing of this medicne. The new thing have Clabe Fox, Squire N. B. Coy, W. II. who visited his emporium last week. General Merchant, Turbeville Va. It. is expected, and one of the come and cone but Hood's Sarsaparilla Heiidren, Win. T. Tevis, Thomas S. delegates speakers, Mrs. DeVoe From the doors to the remote rear It is stated that Chili is on the eve of rest upon the solid foundation of absolNational has , irn.-uii15. Broaddus, B "Cousin" P. wall the handsome store was resplen- a war with Peru and Argentina. ute merit and its power to cure, and its promised to be present. t Parks. More to follow next dent with gorgeous patterns of the sales continue to be the largest in the in Never Say Die. A Nev York Dress Maker Here. world. R. L. Gextkv, Agent. . most modern and fashionable dress mi iTTrn UiUi miBM ii Many desperate case of kidney diseases Mine. Boulander. at the Willis House, goods. The "new greens" and "new pronounced - ij m w " w ! if - . !! ptb A Colorado man is to build a mamr hi iP r mi r Owingtopreser.ee f new adver incurable have been cured regretfully de-- fj is engaged in fashionable dress making blues" still haunt the memory of the by Foley's Kidney Cured. Many physi- moth hotel at Dawson City. Alaska. tisemcnt the Climax AViien bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, county letters until next and having had long experience in New bewildered visitors. The blending of cians use it. W. G. White Richmond, Ky. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. week. We trust our friends will con- York, solicits patronage and guarantees colors was strikingly beautiful and "N1 The president appointed Newton C. mayo lyr sider the cause sufllcient justification. satisfaction, as to fit, style and price. artistic, whilst the rich fabrics that $ xPv Hereafter letters should not reach She has the contract to make 41 uniforms hung in graceful folds along the iiates burgeon General of the .Navy. As a rsult of a fire at Willow Springs fJt.n H this ollico not later than Monday for pupils of Madison Institute, and em- crowded aisle fairly bedazzled the is constantly be- 111., fifty families are homeless. The burden of onlookers and caused many a fair one ing lightened by labor inventons, but noploys six assistants. new noon. JaBBBh to return home resolved to have this, thing new has yet been discovered lo and Eczema. Tetter, Court Day. See Stouffer for underwear. that or the other exquisite hat or brighten the hours of labor, and make The intense itching and smarting inci W. P.vPrewitt sold Monday, 9 head garment. Not only moderate priced life worth liveing like Simmons Liver dent to the3e diseases is instantly allayed cO of horces at from $19 to $37. He re- dress goods were shown, but patterns Regulator ilose. It's the King of Liver by applying Chnmberlain's Eye and Rev. Haley was for ten years a Medicines. A sluggish liver depresses Skin "Ointment. S3 Many very bad ?ases pot ts a large number of plug mules on and laces worth $200 tell how Mr. 8 one's spirits and cammed languor besides have been permanently cured by it. It resident of Australia, and his discus- market, but slow sales. a " Turner's trade demands tho loweht upsetting the whole system. But Sim is equally efficient for itching piles and i,iyi sion of the country, people, and cusNorris Brothers report 1209 cattle on and the highest priced goods. moi's Liver Regulator tones up and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; ! gg:SFFi toms is one of the most interesting, the market and trade good but from 15c strengthens the body. It. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites The millinery department, under classic, and philosophic that can be to 25c per hundred lower than last court the artistic touch of Miss Waldo, was liirprpst. orl A San Francisco man committed sui- and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. $$, jrlm,m heard or read anywhere. At Mt. Zion, day on account of drouth. Prices gen cide in New York hv inhaling gas. October S, 7:30, p. m. Admission 25 erally from $2.00 to $3 S3 per hundred. a bower of beauty, and attracted the Condition Powdera, are Dr. Cndy's feminine eye as irresistably as the just what a horse needs when in bad Yellow Jack Killfil. cents to all. No extra grades on the market. Tronic, blood purifier and condition. wearing apparel in the store. The Cascarets. Candy Cathartic kills Yel- vermifuge. They The Capital is the only wagon on head dress, this season, Miss Waldo low Jack wherever they find him. No medicine and the bestare not food but To The People. in use to put a ...o the market that has a scoop or shovelremarked, is a 6tudy in blended col one who taks Cascarets regularly and hcrse in prime condition. Price 25 C33 I am a candidate for the office of ing hoard. It. L. Gentry, Ag't. danger from the cents per package systematically is in County Attorney of Madison. If elect- oring. For instance a poem of a hat dreadful disease. .CCO YelCascarets kill shade-lo-- s. .SC3 In Australia the trees are ed, my rule of conduct in the office shall had four shades of the same colored low fever germs in the bowels and prees are seven cases of yellow fever ribbon, and this was unusually ad- vent new ones from breeding. 10c, 25c. at There Miss. the birds are songless, the opos-.snin- s' be, "equal and exact justice to all c3 ... Clinton, 9 oclG-lhave bushy tails, all of which rich and poor alike." It shall mired, though simple and less expen 50c, all druggists. d c Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the R-Haley will tell you about Friday be my constant endeavor to secure a pru sive than the dashing black hats that There are no new cases of yellow fever finest liver and bowel regulator ever Y "". 1 8, at 7:30 p. in., at dent and economical administration of always win admiration. Mr. Turner's at Clinton, Mist. evening, Oct-"b2mayl-l- y made. 1 Mt. Zion Church. An entertaining, the fiscal affairs of the county, and thus display was a revelation. It has Shall It Ce 1G to 1 ? An officer was murdered from ambush never been surpassed. He has the instructive lecture, for the small sum reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I gold men say no. near Keystone, W. Va. Silver men says of 25 cents. from $10.00 up'. Guaranteed solicit your aid. Gkaxt E. Liily. taste to choose and the nerve to buy, But all who have yes, it whether gold used and those things always win. Catarrh sud Malaria. or Bilver men concede that Foley's Stouffer sells clothing cheapea than Miss Tempie Oldham's Millinery Opening. UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES Mr. Flora's Singing Creates a Furore. Honev and Tar Cough Syrup is superior People who are or have been afiected ninbody. to all others dslG is to 1. W. G White bycatarihare most subject to chronic competent judges, feA score of NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT Mr. A. D. Flora, who has achieved nialaria. The explanation is this: Maeo Some time when you have time, male of course, pronounced Miss a just leputation as one of the best Richmond, Ky. a germ disease. Germs find SO eo.- come in and look at our suits and Tempie Oldham's millinery opening singers in the State, spent two weeks reThe Irrigation Congress selected Chey laria is v their way into the blood through the .OOtd see for yourself what the finest ever held in Richmond. It cently at. Knoxville as a member of the enne as the place for it next meeting. overcoats and mucous membranes are healthy the we will sive you. We want your was a regular bee hive, the place be- famous quartette, the Kentucky ColoCroup, the great enemy of childhood, germs can not enter the blood. This is trade, and our low prices and good ing thronged for two days with our nels, which furnished music, for a great succumbs at once to the soothing in- why some people do not get malaria. qualities of goods will convince you most fashionable ladies purchasing revival at the third Presbyterian fluence of Dr. Bell's Bine Tar Honey But if the membranes are affnted by If Bronchial affections their danger catarrh, even slightly, the malaria germs that we carry out what we claim. and inspecting the lovely hats, bon- church, that city. The offer was so when this geat remedy lose at hanh. No find easy access into the blood. is Covington & Mitchell. is the remedy. It not only nets, etc. Miss Oldham is not only a flattering and remunerative that Mr. home should be without it. It. Fur-sishedestroys malaria germs, but eo restores You can't afford to buy a farm tasteful artist, but has in Miss Hanna Flora arranged his business here so he the mucous membranes to health, that accepted The Queen wagon until you have seen the Capital. Ostenkamp. of Cincinnati, a trim- could at tend. That his singing was highly resignation of Regpnt has Ministry. the no more germs can 'find entrance. the Spanish mer of superior ability. Miss Old- regarded may be inferred from the folis the most reliable remedy for For wile by R L. Gentry. chronic malaria. It cures bv eradicat ham is delighted with tho result of lowing extracts: A Hcallliy Baby. Mr. A. H. Williams, the polite post- her bonnet exhibition. ing the germs from the system. "Mr. Flora possesses a voice of unu"My baby was taken with eczema. I Send for Dr. Hartman's latest book. master at Alcorn, Jackson county, gave sual depth and sweetness, and in the began taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and Sent free by The Pe ru-n- a FOR SALS. Drug ManuJust Opened. Left Over. this office a pleasant call yesterday. He giving is to her, and continued the medfacturing Co., Columbus, Ohio. solo. "The Mighty Deep," captivated the It time, when the disease is Deputy County Clerk, postmaster, We have come to offer the GreatOn tho Cth and 7th of September," Two thoroughbred stallions. Wfcwood audience so completely that ho was icine for'somc She is now a healthy and disappeared Prisoners in the jail at Christiansburg, 18t7, there were left in our stock pens ('Suburban winner), "Dui.boyne, both general merchant, Clerk of Irvine Bapest Bargains of the age. Having compelled to respond to an encore. He well developed child and I feel I owe Va , made their eacape. I have 45 acres of land for sale. Tu s two head of cattle The owner or winuers. For particulars vrite to tist Association and Drip Rock church, just returned from the city whsre we sang 'Come Back To Me Sweetheart.' her restoration to health to Hood's PETER POSTF.LL, land lies in the Foxtown precinct, direct will pleato call and prove Senior Warden of Masonic Lpdge, etc, liver, kidneys and owneis Cascauets stimulate purchased a full and complete line of llopkii.bville Ky. Mrs. J. L. JefTries, Seven angll-2ton a 'oiwty road, well waieml and same and pay expense of keeping: an 1 Several musicians who have heard Mr. D) fenced, new modern Iiohm;: very proand a good Republican, to boot. bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. for this notice Dry Goods and Notions. We have JNcmuis isitos , Flora sing say that he is one of the best Guns, Ky. BROKERAGE and ductive. Ian be bought cheap" Ako sept20-2- t Richmond Ky. mavl-l- y 10c. also the exclusive right to sell the basso profundos that ever vibi'ed KnoxINSURANCE List week one looking through the my home place of 70 acres direct on the Hood's Pills are the only pills to take 1 Felix, Wolf & Co.'sshoe, celebrated Crejj are raging; along tho Forest roxtnwn and Uooncshoro pike commodious ware room of S. L. Midkiff ville." with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver State County and Citv Claims every pair made to order and warsept22-4Texas lailror.d. J. V. GARRISON. on Third street would have concluded '"Mr. Flora, the famous basso ills. Bought.! It. ranted. will sell at public sale to the highest First-clais a man of splendid physique, I he intended to quit business. lie had Fire Insurance ComAccording to a celebrated anatomist All but the wealthier classes in Cuba and best bidder, on my premises, We are headquarters for Belfast panies represented. possesing powerful guttural intonations sold nearly uil of his buggies and there are upwards of, 5 000,000 little are suffering from a searcity of food. of 10 and 11 o'clock, the hours Agent for New York Fidelity linens. gland in the human btomach. These of voice and executes his 'runs' and and you But go there a. in., on and Casualty Co. pour A line of good Pants, Overhalls, 'solo obligates' with remarkable Workicjr Woman's llornn Association. glends dissolveout the dilutive juices basso will see a full room of the nicest and which or diirest the food. In 2F"Yil write you accident Jackets, and full line of notions, and 21S.I'eoriaSt., Chicago, III., direction is want of juice, weakness of cheapest buggies ever brought to this cleverness, his voice being clear, sweet, October 1897, policy or go on your bond for gents furnishing goods. Mr. Thos. Jan. II. 18f)G . glands. ned of help to lestore tho health deep, forceful and thrilling," market. Conctj-nin(he Tamil of BomU small premium. Our Working Woman's Home Associa- of these organs. The best and most Qrdtr Meighen is our buyer, with 37 years V ' The following described farm, contain"Mr. Flora's bass solo. 'The Mighty tion used foleya Honey and Tar six years Office in Masonic Building over If I havn't what you want give me natural help is that given by Shaker D- STATIC OF KKSTCCKV, experience. Give us a call and exDeep, deserves especial mention." y. of land, lving ago, and are using it Covington & Mitchell. It has al- igestive Cordial. .Natural, because it sup- Madison (h. Fiscal Court. J June 4, '97 ing 237i acres Creek, and en the wa your order subject to approval. amine our new stock of goods. of silver known better iters "Mr. Flora, as basso, has a reputation ways been a tavorite, for while fits taste plies the materials needed by the glands AH work done promptly and neatly. It-tsept22-4Johx Doxelsox. & COMPANY, ft is ordered by tho Madison Coun-a- s the J. 15. Miller farm, being 8 miles McKEE for myself and not for the Richmond Water fc which precedes him, being one of the is not at aU unpleasant its effects are to prepare the digestive juices. Because tv Light Co. Call for me at the Water & Gu o that an election bo ' from Richmond, fCy., and 2i miles from Fiscal Court disapMcKee,Cor., Main fc First Sts. it strengthens aud invigorates the glands Office JAS. J. MCCARTHY. original members of the 'Kentucky very beneficial. It hashevervet Dr. Carter Helm Jones, of Louispointed us. Wishing yon ail possible and the stomach, until thev are able to held and poll be opened at the next Silver Creek Siation, adjoining; the sepU5 4t " Colonels.' r. ville, has been called by the Second success, sincerely yours, Laura G. Fixon, do their work alone. Shaker Digestive county election. to , be held e .. this,i Minis of J. i". ftimmnus. &. 1 . koss. .. . in pur- Lanestcr Court Day. Jones and Mrs. J Hagan. The land is "The 'Mighty Deep,' a bass solo, gave Bus. Jigr. w. u. WJiite Hiehmoud, Cordial canes indigestion certainly and county jN0vemuer-'.lb'JBaptist Church of Richmond, "Va. arm inrurnri jinruTJUiruinrir i n rtr nnn taking a good A great crowd was in town Monday, Issual of permanently. It rlot-- eo by fiatural pose ofto bo sold vote on thethe Fiscal well watcietl and fencej, fairly barns, Masf erCommissioner'sMce to Creditors Dr. Jones has frequently preached but the drouth made trading very dull. Mr. Flora an opportunity to give his Ky. to enable Binds residence, two excellent tobacco means, and therein lies J rich, deep bass voice full sway, and was to Churches in this county, and hon.ps. Rtahle. A banker at Dayton, On stabbed a ne- - wonderful and unvaried the secret of its Court of this County to purchase and two rood tenoni-- nt all the farmers can do to get water success. Turnpike J toads of this pronounced hy all as one of the best gro waiter to death. here who take La has many friends I At druggists, price 10 cents to $t 00 maintain theof toll to the traveling- house and all other necessary 1outbuiM-count- y did stock they have, and they Madisox Cincuix Court. mile of ings. Good school within great delight in his success He has f.ir what inclinen to load up with any numbers of the evening." per bottle. Cronp Qnickly it public. free i not seem farm. Said land is iu two tracts, one - - - Plaintiff, Itoss' not fully determined what action he more just now, Complaits, were heard "The qurrtette is composed of W. B. Glen, Ark. Our children itisuutueronierccttunttiiesncriii'goj n(;re8 ana ti,e other 157 acres and Jas. againstAdmr., " . Meeks, first tenor; Edward S. Fogg, sec- - were suffering with croup when we reon the call. will take of this coilnty advertise this election AV,n be sold nl,An( ill1 rl an as a whole. flMfl I tin tl nl.lfln -- l"c ond tenor; A. Oscar Browne, baritone; ceived a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Jas. lioss' Heirs, - - - Defendant uu..t u object thereof, and the Terms made known OD'day of sale. Rev. Fred D. Hale, of Owensboro, All persons having claims against the The qutktion to be submitted at the plortl) whh Mrs LucHe Remedy. It afforded almost instant reW. T. Duerson, estate of James Ross, dee'd . are hereby FRESHEST GROCERIES, who is carrying on a revival at the stock water but drinking water also lief F. A. Thornton. This celebrated said elation Is and shall be abe'you accompanist. They have remedy i3 for sale by W. G. "White Browne, sept22-3jiKirksville, Kv notified to file the same legally verified, IN KAVOlf OP ISSUING BONDS for the Hillsboro Baptist Church, in WoodAuctioneer Buttum gives the Jtecord, that blend exceptionally well and Richmond, Ky. with the undersigned on or "before the purchase.1 and maintenance of tho CANDIES, ford county, came near causing- - a se- his report which is as follows: About 100 voices 15th day of November. 1S07. or rame will the effect produced is a marvelous one." By virtue of a Judgment of the Madison Cir- Turnnikei Beads of this county Free firet-clfFloods in Cuba have caused tho death cuit Court, cntertered at its September terra, of Toll for the traveling-publirious split in the church by attempt- head of cattle on the market none FRUITS anil S. FL Scorr, be barred. 1897, 1 a executor of W. B. Bozgs, dee'd., will of a numberxot persons. Strayed cr Stolen. A1 Copy sep22-4II. C.M.C. C. 30 S00 pound steers withing to have it adopt tho covenant of CAN GOODS sell publicly in: front cf th: court bouse door in ' Jso.F. "White, Clerk. Richmond, Ky., ou his new church at Owensboro, which, drawn at 3 25 per hundred, mules from From Wagersville School House, in Yellow Fevor GerN JL By Tho;. Thorpe D.O. At the lowest Price. among other stringent restrictions, $35 to $00, plug horses from 55 to $20 Estill county last Wednesday night, a them, and Saturday, October 23rd, 1897, breed in the bowels. "Forty-thre- e acres of land, 12 acres of every person, who becomes a good rodes horses $40 to $75, sows and red bay mare, saddle and bridle, ryou are safe from the Kill binds awful disease. at 2:30 o'clock, p. m . vno. following shires of Ihpuri.uance of s above order. I which is bottom land, member of tho church to abstain pigs sold well. about 15) hands high, a natural Cascarets destroy the gcrm3 through- bank itoct, viz.! Thirty shares In tho Madi- will on November the1837, itbeing th6 j with' good dwelling rivjr and stable hqiso 2, From the neighborhood of Runyon Grove, oa son Natianal Bank ot Richmond. Ky., and sevro- - out the system and make it impossible Auctioneer Bange sold several sows xaclcer and free goer. Ten dollars wholly from dancing, tn in. One nnarter mile from the Union pike, a Bay Mare, aEXfflt tvaaas enteen shares in the Richmond National Bask, resruiar, November election, open a tail, nifrs and the use of epiritous liquors in any J nil , - from S10 tnSSl-f-- . r enwR frnmft 1ii ; Avard will be paid for deliverance of for new ones to fjrm. Cascarets are, tho of Richmond, Ky. ' - polbat fli anit, all tha voting-,pre- i i water tank.ou Otter(Creek. high, M or 12 yean old, medium mane and3M&. - ,.ers . sttgfeUy sway back, oa Monday, Sept. only reliibln"l5eie-iaur- d foryonng and Term, vrkttkBor&;eta cincts int MaaiBon. ooantv,v i.y;-M- ,W,JU. UKUHJHBR.t pRruefHVCMi oft ui auurtasB Anir information leading to her recovery iriH form and. from the manufacture or to f20,about 40,hcifcra $14 head, horses mitre to Benjamin "NVAKyonD, ... . f old strainst tYellow Jack. lOc.'teiw'r.Ka. caxoi f.v. u , jiuiu i. UKiJHKM. rst3,f 5 b rwemtty rewarded .. sJ&moc, oc!fr-lm- . Wagersyllle.KyJaiidriMKieJ,' ' salo of tho same. Midway Clipper, :, ' ocifi-l- w -$40 to $50.- -,. r S Z., TAYLOR. I $pt-.. " P. SiKJio&r?; s, Jonl.lCy. t auutfuinnsuuutfuvmnnrifuiHJUttMV- Advertising and not carrying out what you advertise is worse than no The will of Mary J. Cosby sister of Many of ynnr friends, or people whom Yellow Jack Preventative. advertising at all. We carry out to Hon. W. T. Tevis, of this city, was ad- you know of, lmve.contracted consumpGuard against Yellow Jack by keepmitted to probate in the Jeflerson county tion, pneumonia or other fatal diseases the letter every word we advertise. court Wednesday morning. It bears by neglect of a simple cold or cough. ing the system thoroughly clean and Covington m m Mike Wall was killed train at Morningview. by a freight meeting of the descendants of Daw Crockett is being held at Nashville. A gN, Small wears and notions of all kind-- ; in large quantities are to be hail in this great Kmporam of Bargains. If ymi n need anything from a 1c paper of pins to a steam engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Casb Store. full-grow- ed d, cotii LDHAM COMPANY. - Si-ot- w-c- k oct-G-l- m oct-G-l- SS'"MllJIiiS T m,m 1 . , 1 Salt-Rheu- m III sept-29-G- .9 AT M mi ia We have iust recciv tho. linn of t4 1 ..eo e0 otiiing, Ouercoats, Underwear & Hats fi IN RICHMOND, which article needed. m we bought enrJT before the tariff was put ou woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit at M sept-29-C- m oct-G-l- m m HI Pe-ru-- The Oldest Clothier akd TOUFF r M ix JlicnMOND. w Pe-ru-- na si 1 Vvrv a." m 1 1 j, an PUBLIC SALE! Ih, u I.LAND FOR SALE s j w pro-fund- o, to-d- ay To Vot ersi g ss tm jas. j. McCarthy, iMiy, Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. & to-da- w -- io-tli- ,. j. oct-G-l- e ii-- - Cured.-Mountai- n he Best Hour ol Rl .... u.u. u,ulcp,cli;,uuU; 1 .- jAD. Sale of Ml U! w oct-G-l- 31 a5, c , For Sale ! first-clas- w STRAYED card-playin- g- - -- - and-nud- e. A. D. Smith. , -- -- ? ! -- . -- h iffijf3r'"1fTfrl!a H 13&imiiS&&'- ! " r :M??t srfcfflih5iattMi3 i nwri j. si,'- - , ?; 4?. :5!gt. . j, 4KB - ;, .) r - kT - - r . The Richmond Climax. YOUR" WATCH DE BELLS ADVERTISING FOR PAY. PROSPERITY M. SlatJ mw. ot Som-- 1' M. Hill; W. E. Ar- Few Appreciate the Having Opened a nold, fc Pulaski laltf will stop is a most delicate mechanism. It needs attention. It pays to liave a good watch llr.st of all. Then it pays to keep it in perfect order. A watch needs cleaniiij: every six months as much as does your face every day. Its pores get clogged. We are expert repairers. A Fine Watch cost three times as much, twenty years ago, as it do s now. Machinery lias reduced the expense of making. We have some very fine, solid gold watches of the beet makes, for iow 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 yon at big bargains. We are clearing out our ladies belts at cofrt. Have something new in a silver cleaner. IX 1 AltMER, je30-i- y The Main St. Jeweler. I 27-2- lie M tamfe the House. Is :i rood tiling to apply in The possibilities of paint for both ornamentation and preservation are unlimited. Painting is also a delightful recreation to those of artistic BEAUTIFUL. tastes. Supplies and everything used in the world of art. Mark joii, don't forget that all of our all paper has been reduced to furnish 10 FIVE CENTS. We iiicli border, cent wall p.ipcr with SI hunt; on usdld. 7.") Jloum 10x14 .$2 00 3 Itoom 12x1-I . . o."0 Itoom We make Window Shades and Pictand kinJs See our ure Frames, all line f picture and room innulilinp,. ...our store-- Is headquarters for Painter's lOeent GZO, M. WILLGING, .'Hit West Main Street. 'bed wettingcured OR SO PAY. Mrs B Wis. Milwaukee, mch3-ly hj h" lata! Price, $5.00 IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE be"n thoroughly tested b THIS washer has and Marti son county famRichmond without a rival tor effine, an! stands iciency, simplicity, durability anJ cheapness Thousand of ladies in all parts of the country are us nirthis maschine, and declare it to be the only washer that has reliercJ thorn from drudgery of wash day. to-d- THE We will sell it with the positive guarantee that it will give satisfaction, or the money will be refundod. Every washoris warranted for five j ears, "and if any part irives out within that timi. we will replace it free of charge. Uiciimom. Kv.,4dlyS, 1837 I have purchashed a "Busy Bee" Washer from Mr. B P. Langford, anl ruv wife gae it a trial and is much pleased. It does the work perfectly and is not tiresome REV. J W. UILL. The above is one of mauy testimonials received in this city. Among our references we refer to the proprietors of Tub Climax, who hav? nurchased washers and are well pleased them. - $3.00 Rcaitmbsr the Price is Only, For further particulars call on or address with i B. P. LaNGFORD, augll-3m Box 98, Richmond, Ky. BOLD OK AX r-: AJjKolute Guarantee , i . - CTtt& Yn m :Mc DONALD'S CELEBRATED TttC CRCATEST ft til WORMPOWDERS WORM DESTROYER THE ASC TO or n if hi A CAST AND TAKE. when the lat presidential 'pTtfCj camqaijrn clc isd it Was found -forebodings with that in spite f the many thous which she looks and dollars tpent fcr iratory, T).r n!il..i.l Dha f ' It lfC lltfk BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER forward to the 216 EAST MAIN. AT special trainsand other means Rfch. hour of woman's M wrnt-of electing a president the mollll ,s not tQ be deprived o the severest trial. All I am prepared to take allkinds - effort should be of second-han- d furniture, such committee presided 6ver by citizenship and services of our essmooth as clocks, bedsteads, mattress a very teemed lriend, Dr. G. W. Young. In made torug-gcMr. Hanna still dad common with his host of friends these es, bureaus, neat surplus on hand. It wasN here, the Climax felt a deepJiitercst places in life's j couches, in fact any tain g you announced by the committee in his return to this place. His labors pathway for her. want to dispose of in the line have endeared him the that this money would be ex- iu nil. community recognized ability as of furniture or old cast on to whilst Ids stoves. pended in carrying on the a pulpit orator and lecturer havo clothing, second-han- d Nervousness, and so assists I also do upholstering, carwork of clinching prosperty. gamed wide prominence and popu- allays d riage top the change AVo congratulate his trimming, renew CURE CONSTIPATION . It was to be spent in furnish-in- r larity for him.boing enabled to retain Nature thateasy manner,goes Without mattresses. in an church upon All work to ALL such violent protest in the way of order a ''nlate matter" to the his services. 10c, . . r Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy country press. Any careful Among other assignments wo no- DRUGGISTS. aHa JrTHHHiHpHHBHv5f 25c, 50c. observer can certfy that thetticetne following: J. o. a. Vnught, forebodings, yield to cheerful and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED to Versailles; i Sett hopeful anticipations bhe passes money is being faithfully ex-- street, Covington;F. A. Itedd, presiding through the ordeal quickly and AGL I respectfully solicit a share mf.dical discovery of without pain is left strong- and of your patronage. pendedm that manner, lite 0itier, Shelby vilie District; e vigorous and enabled to joyously weeklies, especially ' ter and llyden, .1. J.Dickey; Are your bowels irregular? Too much? Too little? Then let Cascarefs regulate WM. BROCKMAN. Means; Crittenden, D perform the high and holy duties of the northwest, bear ' rU E. Bedinger; W. T. L'olliiij;, trane- - now devolved upon her. Safety them. Cascarets will educate yoar bowels and make them act just right. continual evidence to that ferred to tho North mbt.hspvi CoiI. to life of both is assured by the FREE: C;o.oa " COLD. t 1 O" BIcycle.Qold WatUi. DlinorwJ use of "Mother's Friend," and Cascarets make weak bowels strong, and keep them strong all the Ol n king, or a boiuUrship in effect, week after week scores ference. druggists or sent upon receipt of Hold by all a Uraughon's Practical Business t-the time of recovery shortened. . tt.,. OTrpM-r.ff f There .wnP probably n larger at- Nashville-Of newspapersiu various parts price ISc. Soc aud per bottle by year rounu. iascarets kiu disease germs uiruuguuui uit ojitmr KPftnSP xexarkaua, Tex., orTcnn.,o: "I know ono lady.tbe mother of three children, A WV JLAW College, a e. c. etrrn KKL M M EUICIXE OO this session than ever who suffered greatly in the birth ot each, who tiie PAIICCAU, KY. in most any other reputable lusiness colof the countA appaer with tne t tendance at. obtained a bottle or 'Mother' Friend' of mo and prevent all summer complaints. Don't wait till you before, on account of the intense lege or literary, school ia the U. S. can be ment.nd G Youths little vork at hne, terest manifested in the case of Itev before her fourth conflnrtheir labor wis relieved by doing a nn illustrated home for the journal was shorter editorial, line for nuictlT. All agree that Advocate, protect youi and leu painful." Johk G. I'oleiix, AUcon.tia. get sick, but let CA5CAKH15 character, moral in in caen, xne Duraen is at- - ii. c. Moiriaon, who was tried for a Sent br Mall, on receipt of price, 11.00 PER especially interesting and profitable tone, ant to younj, but read We Send it FREE! ways the same. It is a chant violation of church law, by tho Lex- BOTTLE. containing valuable MOTHEUS" people, all nges. with interest and profit by peoEXPECTANT ple of Stories and other interesting information ington Quarterly Conference and mailed free, testimonial. matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. C5TAII Croggbts, or by mall for price, ioe asc 5e, TO of praise for the alleged pros- expelled from the ministry and the and voluntary Agents wanted. Aadress Youths' Advocate Pub. a box. Sample and booklet free. Address THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA.G Co.. Xashvillc, Tens. Mention this paper. STERUNO REMEDY COMPANY. tH IT ALL ORUGGISTS. - perity which has come, as the church. He "appealed to tho Annual campaign managers prophesi-e- l Conference and the case came up the fir.--t Morrison's Yonng and Old. it would, as a sequence of charging dav. Mr.John Reeves friends jnate there were 5,000 catt'e here, and at Wanted-f- in Idea Itev. with Rejoice with us Republican success. It would maladministration in the trial of leasi 500 were sold last week privately. ProtectJOHN WEUDEKBtTRN bring you wealth. your Ideas: they may Wrlta Patent Attorney. Washington. D. C. for tbelr in the Discovery. come with the passage of the Morrison. For a time tho matter All the surrounding counties weie n- - and list ot mo liundrsd lnrentloasS1.8UI priso oITei wantcJ. septs-iprpscnted and Illinois, Ohio and other tariff bill, and want and hard promised to eause serious dissention States had repicsentatives. When we in the church, but those earnest for years When a man has have flown from the christian men finally got together consider the drouth that exfends over with a weakness that blight tin life and times robs him of all that really nuke life land. This unonimity of and effected a compromise, and all the couury the sales surprise us. The worth living, if he avail himself "I a best cattle sol as high as ?1.10 for 1.0C0 thought and words is the re- - is ag.un serene. complete cure; why notpotses8tl.eninal fr3$H lb strceU;good yearlings at 3?cto4e;oowTr ourapc to stop his downward course. wjii zz. suit of the expenditure of the delayed. and heifers at from 2c &; bulls at to 3 We will send von by mail, AUSOLUIT-Ij- money left over from the camKKKK. in plain nackace, the c Very few sheep on the market. The CORRESPONDENCE. finverfiil UK. HUFFMAN'S VITAL pens would not begin to accommodate Chilkai Gold Mining and Transportation Company, paign. It is the production K TABLETS, with a legal guar the stock and a, great many tattle were r rv" intee to permanently cure I.tlST MAX of the men hired by he RePAIXTLICK. mm herded on the streets. The new scales SEXUAL WEAK10.111, Organized under the Laws of West Virginia. Mr. "W. S. Fish spent Sundav in Stan- 'put up hy John Crockrill, who manages k forever publican national committee. STOPS NESS. VUMCiWELE y'lfillT EMISSJOXS and all unnatural ar- ford. Crockrill yards, will give our mouneditorial the Irains. Returus to former appearances The' write these Mr Frank Walker is visiting relatives tain friends additional weighig facilities. CAPITAL. STOCK, emaciated organs ticles, which are then set in in our uiidbt. Divided in 500,000 shares of $11.0(1 each, fully paid and of which 200,000 No C. O D. fraud nor recipe deception. Dr. J. 1$ Kinnaird, of Lancaster, And if you want to get good prices for shares are now offered for subscription at 10 per cent, of their face value. If we could not cure, we would not send type and sent out in the form was in our midst Sunday. cattle bring them to Mt. terling The subscription lint of this company will be offered on August 27, 1897, and the right to The our medicine FltEE to try, and pay when of plates like patent medicine Miss Ellen Mays has returned home 6ales were brirk and the pens were pret- close same without notice is hereby expressly reserved by the Company. as this may not atibfied. Write to lluatonville. 1 1 1 1 C 1 H Address 'ads." Editors hoping to from a visitSoper, of OakdIe, spent sev- ty well cleaned hy night. The horte ippear again. ThepersonaI of the Board of DiOFFICERS. Mr. Jas. market whs an improvement over last Western Medicine Company,. be postmaster or to control eral days here, the guest of friends. Court day; prices were better but they President, F. II fluistvnLi), President rectors and ofllcers i such as to warrant beyond question Mips Florrie Heath, of Richmond, is are still very low. Sentiuel- - Democrat. of patronage Griswold Storago & Warehouse Co , yet energetic management,prudent, Kalamazoo, 3Iitli. little blocks which viiiiing Mits Willie May Denny, at Chicago. gladly print these effusions Manse. Geo. W. PifALiN.President will bring to the company success. Large Tax Payers. andGen'l Mgr. Phalin Vareiiouse All the the gentlemen interested are Miss Alene Denton returned home of thecommitteeand the world prominent and successful in comThe Lexington Herald says that it & Furniture Co., Chicago. this werk from a visit to Mrs. Victor pud manufacturing circles; READY TO is thus assured that pros- Lear, near Lancaster. Ho.v. H. J. Toner, mercial is a fact not generally known that three Second have bad mining and commercial exCounselor at Law, Chicago. A nninbf r of people from Richmond, farms in Fayette county are owned or come. The known and F, H. Lancaster and other places were SUPPLY THE TRADE perity has reallytoo, are swell- entertainment List Friday nfcht. at the managed by three men whose combined See'y and Treas., Mininir AVhekler, periencein buyingpossess well and the and selling Sec'y Colorado Co. Form- ability greater dailies, appointment of responsible and com wealth (there and elsewhere) is greater erly Dawson City. N. W. Ter. petent men to act as agents and m,in Street in Our factory on ing the hymn of good times. Rev. Dr Craig, of Atlanta, preathed than the assessed valuation of the reagers. The ofllcern are all active, two verv interesting sermons Sunday at is now rumiinjr, and we sue DIRECTORS. successful, selfmadc, bard workim; prepared to fill orden for tw t of tin The" do not use the plate mat- MaiifcC in the interest of home missions. mainder of the property in the county The three gentlemen are August BelWm. C. Ross, Sec'y Interstate Ruild-in- g bnsiness men who devote all their asRev. Mr. Lehanon, ter of the committee, but they sisting the MofTett, of A. W. Crafnl, mont, L. V. Ilarkness and Jas. H time to the success of the company and Ixian Ass'n, Chicago. Rev. II "Mb ol EicluiHl," follow the general lines laid in a series of meetings at Manse this Keene. S. C. Rrown, Henry, There is no dead timber in the Companyno Bank nor Railroad 111. down in those articles which it w eek. no useless politicians witlr ii W. C Griswold, Lumber Merchant, Mips. Georgia Ray MacMillan, the deM, il high sounding names. supplies to the county press. lightful elocutionist from Richmond, waw A Piano Atlachmenl Which Imitates Seven Chicnuo. A few weeks since we let the conInstruments. Pres. Chas. ILSeig guest last week J) The keynote is always the the pleasantMamie Ramsey. of Misses Parents from a distance wishing their Ciias. II. Seio, tract for five river steamers of about Mfg. Co. Kenosha, Wis LuiMle and of J "?df M. M. Freeman, Hay Commission 100 ton each, also two small steamer same. The entertainment at Manse Friday children to have the advantage of Mrs. drawing only 15 in of water when ilorchant, Chicago. New Tipton's excellent school on Broadway, people Brands, three grades. AVc can save; on not even the most evening hy the voting churches ofwas a Richmond, Ky., can find board and L. W Weston, Grain Commishioj iloaded for transportation of supplies Of course, Hoik; aiufl'aint Lick i small streams. Merchant, Chicago. uioury. Send us a trial order; you will very creditable and a very neat home In addition we have under conbigoted or ignorant of these sum was realizedaffair the mission fund across protection at (Mis. T. Ramsey's R P Tory, with Nat. Bank of RepubEspebe glad with our products. the street. for struction one. and have an option on cially pleased to hear from country mer- men really believes Mits Ida Itamsey, a graduate in music, R.lic. good Paint Lickers who chance, to he near that 11. Brown, of Brown, Lewis Cycle two other ocean steamers which will chants. having been instructed hy Kingston, attend ply between Seattle and Alaskan times have come as the result lectuie on on Oct. 8. should Rev. J. the both Boston and Cincinnatiteachers of Co , Chicago. White 0 Ros3, conservaJ. 'Australia" hy Martin Sieo. Sec'y Chas. II. Sieg points. tories, will give the piano at 49 of any such caune. Most of Haley,.who spent eare there. Lecture the same plare. lessons onfor board and Mfg. Co., Kenosha, Wis. Further, it is our intention to fit up pA-r-yRichmond. Ky. Terms at 7.iJo p. m. at Mt. Ziou Church. and maintain already established music reasonable. them would deny that prosstores and build now trading stations , s, a Miss Ramsey is also agent for a piano for the sale and distribution of sup KEVTBY. perity had come at all, and of highest graite, superior workmanship, The chief object of the Company is plies that will be required to in part, SOMETHING and certainly none of their readers Mr. 0. P. Stapp has just beamy,Piano unexcelled answeetness ot to carry on a general trade and to supply the enormous demand in this mm IIWUIIIMIWI iw nw also has tone. attachment Every Merchant is any more likety to believe completed his large stock which can he operated in such a maimer develop the :old fields of British rwgioii. the intention of the Company America and Alaska, including esis as to successfully imitate seven different pecially the Klondike district and to It OUGHT TO USE. engage at least 2X) men owning or the "paid reading matter" barn at this place. Roweir? Newjpaper Directortf. instruments Mandolin, harp, guitar, others equally as rich. representing 1,000 shares of stock baiijo, etc--. The attachment in no are trying Born to the wife of Wm. way affects the construction of the to While other companiesgold regions, each to bo ready to start March loth, I than they are themselves. locate claims in the 189S first expedition Chicago Chronicle. "The Ixiclimoml, Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited with the be Jenkins, September 1G, a piano, which canlow used with or with- the officers of this Company, being gold with ourthe North West. for the fields of These priie for cash, or to ahead ot tliem all, liavo SCCUretl mon will wnolvn out it. Sold at circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Madison countv fro. rans- W. J. Bryan. reliable parties ou installment plan by options on the most promising prop- - portation, supplies and tools for one :hc Eighth Congressional District." The only paper in Madison It is not the number of bo' the manufacturer?. AVing& Son. 440 448 uiiics iu ut: uuLtiiiicvi. year, also percentage of tho findings which supports all the l)et o Drinking and stock water W. loth St., New York Cil t They give flowers you pile on a man's nmninee-.- . from I'resuint t u. SIIR'vrPIPTin?; 5Hi In . a Anr guarantee, having had 25 WUUU'O.W. 11U.1, V' ' " Ie Shares, par value, StO.OO each; For Sale for a LlciteJ Tints at 51.03 cacli. coffin or grave that proves aie very scarceiu this localitj-- years experience, and will ship to nearest deMt free of charge on 20 days trial, your humanity toward him; Corn is needing rain badly. and leturn at their expense if unsatis- Chiikat Gold Mining and Transportation Co. B. B. Million was in this factory. Old pianos and organs taken but the number of kind words in p irt payment. Write them f jr catalast Friday receiving logue. Call and examine Miss Kauisey's you speak concerning him, 4 Suite Eanhattan Building, CBIGAGO. to "HAMILTON" and the number of kind acts cattle bought sometime ago piano audtoyou willoffind it tirm your ad- Subscription for Stock can he taken at Office of ih in Paper. vantage buy this Parties s;pt22 -6m preferring piano without attachment jUTOGRAPHICQ you perform for him while he at 'dk to 3ic. cau have same at lower rales. The farmers are beginning is alive and fighting life's batPREVKNT "forRcttlns to charge," IMCK K.NT clUputr accounts. oirr tle are the things that count. to cut their corn, The crop 1'IIKI I'.NT iiiiKtitkr of all kind, GIVES THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, HIGH GRADE WORK A CI Kli:i.Y rword caU sales, n is very good and selling at YOU MAY GET IT, fPliPftlPini MVK -- ?"&s Consequently Is best for the Deaier.to handle. fis?.i: Kentucky Conference Appointments. SIAKi: three bill, at one trrltlnc. $1.50 per barrel. p 9 9 H Used or Retailers Everywhere. Send for The A Full Line of session of the Wnie for circular. THE LOUISVILLE T. E. Newb, better known Kentucky Conference, M. Ii.. church. BUGGIES, Catalogue and Hamilton AniograoMcHeUlsterCo. DISPATCH'S South, which inrt last week at Mt as Uncle Talt, is still veiy ill P SURREYS, HAMILTON, OHIO. Prices. s Sterling, made the following with nervous prostration. lie PHAETONS, The. Greatest D.irgains ever offered to the peofor the Danville district: is in his 82nd year. ple of M i'v.ion county. ROAD WAGONS, W. F. Vaughn, presiding elder. Ml Worlz (guaranteed. Jcc, &c Richmond G. W. Young. Mr. John Long and son are College 1111 W. F. Wyatt. eit here on a visit from McLean "Nothing else like ii:'' DOVETAIL .Danville J. R. Savage. wren's Suits for $2.50 worth $S.OO county, 111. He says corn Ceg9 Harrodsburg Julius E. Wright. f Manufacture I.T ?Rj"YF?Y',LI;E'. "P; The most refreshing and Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Nicholasville-- T. AV. Watts; F. W. crops are short in that State. pleasant Soap for the skin. DOVETAIL BODIES AND Ge"aRS IN THE WKiTE. Boy's Knee P.mt Suits 49 cents. Kolin, Supernumerary. Mr. George M. Newby will Men's Shoes SO cents. Terryville E. H. Godhy. $1,000.00 In Cash to Be Given ma'Cb -cm leave in a few days for his to the Person AVho Makes theAway Mackville W. A. Ronn. Ladies' Shoes SOiients. Best In in m sJy" Chaplin W. T. Eckler. A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. home in Missouri, after a Kstimatc on the Hesult or the NoMfTjgJg 'opRaub Salt River Supplied by W. P. visit of three months in this vember Election. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a jard. fi rtiir5 iw rCT!rt!jairtiJMrti.tartiJairtuairtiJtatreJiairitlrt'r Gordon. Every Snbscribcr to tho Daily or jr.kuiwniuu Uuek buttings 9 cents a yard up. locality. "Weekly Dispatch "Will Bo Kntitled m Salvisa M. F. Moore. Ms Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to $1 to One Guess for Kvery Wilmore E. C. Savage. There was a love feast Upon His Subscription. Dollar Paid eraJ vggjS Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a Rurgin 0. M. Humphrey. among the Hads on Silver Guesses May Be Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 cts per yd. Lancaster- - W. L. (. lark. Made Until O P. 5T., EJrS Stanford -- W. S. Grinstad and J. Creek last Saturday to recon1807. rri Erlargains The Lontsrllle Dispatch's First and fRutyAMnstnic rca the struct some of their party ond Guessing ontests baring aroused Secso mm Toilet KursedyADatk nmong much a third that sajr the' will bolt J. R. one is Interest Mjnred. Us readers, surely he now a. which will rtilES: Lj Price 25 2& the GKEATttaa" SUCCns.S OK ALL. Ham and Wm. Tudor for JusThe Dispatch will, as s,oon as the oJUclal B November. 1837, election In tice aud Constable in Million count of the announced, give to the subT. Kentucky is m : It lasts twice zz lonr as otEers. scriber who makes tho closest Ruesa to the dist Ljt. I Pine Tar - timerary. i bo supplied. East Pula&ki-- C. W. Clay. Mooreland W. Ii. Sulby, J'reaeheriivillo T. 15. Jones. Uurnsido Jus L. Clark. Asuury College J. "W. Hughes, "- -' DANGER to which the Expectant Mother is exposed and the ( - - sf SecondHand Furniture JiEstablishmenl 1 I ;, Homsy youpcouh and cure the cause 'Mother's Friend" Jer-waf- m - y x a mmmm KEEPYOUR ft side-board- s, ANDY CATHARTIC H ! JMnnches-COUntr- y l'rnnk-thos- 9 Qmost m m r meritorious tje l'- aeptS-l- y - . ' vy-i- C , r- - . ff iL-...n- L.i t ichol-arslii- p es j y ; itisel-vitiujj- in Book-T- O WEAK MEM,sufTi-r-- BOLD auglS-l- y 25-- 24 ggg m &Sr Jr E & 91 CO- y l I C3 Y 2-- j AI1- r llfiL34JLBi SKLF-ABHS- F, White &.. . Gibson 35,000,000 i Is m m s A to-da- ISCOEPOKATED. 24-- 23 Vice-Pre- s. Vice-Pres- ., Rifli-mon- d I In Ladies9 II m II II EJATsEDCa n J ii-- I I Fine Goods0 paf-tor- . Prei-dent- s, II m w 1 . The East Is numnu Our FflarketM IM 1 ife M i-s- , i sv ! Ill m m y Foid - ) I nine-ye- ar !"" . lo-cali- tj" 1401-2-3-- lien's M Working Pants ft E C3 &j booI.-l.erlnf- r. seventy-sevent- h .appoint-mont- inay'26-C- 'GUESsme) G0NTE8T. ;T1 COMPANY,pr Look these Prices: fufS wii ii .r. BflrilrBJlE37tilWpllBarM -- pi N..-cmbcr- idXrtZlFfft 5e JjXX)L3ui iJi i merit. Atrial will convince you of itj crest Will please uc most 1.1-diou- s. , wf -- - Smallest dose. Easiest to take. CHARLES F.MILLER, V, Entirely vegetable. Most certain and never- failins Worm Ietroyer EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a Quarter of a ccO' tury with continually Tbinka moment. Docs this not mean merit ? iocreas-msjdcmju- d. X soaps and pnnFu:.:i;Rv, Lancaster, Perm. ESTABLISHKl"), 1830 fwwwuvwfy.'v'mvw vs tf y Mfr.of PREACH f'TLIXD TOILET 125,000 Children yearly Sent to their Graves by Worms. 'CCr (r '' i.i - HcDONALD'S j Forwle all and dealers In medicines. I Manufactured only by the proprietor, .T. .A- - 3reDOISTAXZD, It.olK-v'Ille- . TXtTCE, S5c. J?EK BOX. by druggist CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. I pjrsRsnviErsff I i I i q l- Tn. mr.vm vwijo -' A KATKRSSSAi TTo ' I may5-6m- o mwm oea-o i ni . .HE PATS THE... HTGHH" FREIGHT. .YOU .PAY FOR THE. EASY RUNNING SERVICEABLE. GRADE, Every Wheel Guaranteed. i I BRINKS. 3) .nd for crlalopce. niiiihoujiit: osoLL. fiirS. ,01., NORTHAMPTON, MASS. Responsible deiiler3 invited to car- TftHB UC Kajor Harris Comes in For a Campliimnl Woman raay crown A month ao or more an item went herself with good health if she will. the rounds to the effect that Mnjor John By so doing- she will insure her own at- D. Harris, of Madison county, woulJ tractiveness, matc- plant GOO acres in wheat this fall. Major her husband and her Harris is a proiuincut man ami GOO acres home happy, and is a bijj crop of wheat, so it was a pood protect Uie health of item ami the hoy hopped onto it with her babies. Health is the alair.ty. They did well. But now comes most glorious a Lexington pappr and puts it tlnip: crown that a woman may wear. To wear it ' Major John I). Harris, of Madison she must take proper care of herself, and of Auditor Sum 6ee to it that the delicate organs that are coniitv, ' father-in-ladistincUy feminine are always healthy and Stone, is prpiMring to put i'i COO acres iu strong. Thousands of women fall short of wheat this fall." good health in Uiis one respect, .and as a Now, this is ridiculous from the fact result soon become but wrecks of their former selves. A woman cannot long retain that Auditor Stone figures in the item. her general health who is suffering from Why should he? Stone has nothing what weakness and disease of the organs that make wifehood and motherhood possible. ever to do with that wheat. He is down Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription acts a- -. Frankfort attending to his oflirial directlv on these orrans. Tr niVx tlmm well and strong. It prepares awoman to be duties. We fail to see wherein the itrm awife and mother. It does away-witthe discomforts of the expectant period and sMt.s any force or importance for lugging Stone's ae baby's advent easy and almost painHarris is a makes into it. less. All good druggists sell it. oiger man and better known than InV "I am glad." writes Mrs. Iotitea Arthurs, of The size of hiscrup is neithOstwalt. Iredell Co., N. C, "to express my gratitude to you for the benefits I have received from your medicines. After the birth of my second er incr.ased nor diminished. Jn truth child I was ftrickea with deraneeinent of the he thing is at surd. If the writer had stomach and liver and a full lineol female weaknesses. For seven years I suffered untold misery. stated the names of the men and mules Then my husband, J. S. Arthurs, sent for a copy of your 'Common Sene Medical Adviser. The who will peiLjtm the work it would book described my sufferings so plainly Uiat-- I have been just ae good news to the. purchased bottles ofyour Favorite Prescription5 und 'Golden Medical Discovery' and a vial of 'eaders. Mt. Sterling SentinelDeu'ocra 'Pleasant Pellets.' Our doctor pronounced my rrrrr- - m actual plurality of the sucresrul candidate for Olerk of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, ct the eltiilou, November, 2, 1S37. fag One Thousand Dollars in Cash. Kvery subscriber to the Dallr or Weekly Dispatch can make one Riiess for every dollar he pays upon his from Ihis date liutll November 2. lSa7. at C p in . after which time no more guesses will br ren mm m Now! Bargains Forever! m THE REW YORK STORE J t w trzrr v TIKE IBS w h 51-jj- Jon-in-la- Phone Second St. J2ICHM02W, KY. 3. " S5V. ;irBaeg, OJOOOSOOOg mayae-t- ai npunu l calling thera nostrums, and for six months I lay M!. Sterling Court Day. under his disgusting. treatment. At the end of this time I commenced takingyour racdidae and. Court day was the largest we have had improved very fast. I was soon able to do my in a long Ujis, for size of crowd and ,V v. uaHT mnven last, ana is y ,and remltttnces healthiest child I have, your raedidne saved .the"r" number of cattle for'sale. The were pro- myuie. 'My recovery was astonishing,-- , I your medicines cossUnUy." we.hiive I DISPATCH 3 J.bahlymore cuttle forjKfo ceived. Cuesses may be made npon conpons nt frinii Thf Dlcpatch and m.ilh'd to Tlie Company, with one dollar tm-l- i .si .jr eiirh coupon used. All ilime ontslde of Louisville who sue must be mall subscribers. The paper will bi- - delivered free to Lonlsrllle. New Albany and JefTersourllle subscribers. Send One Dollar for the Weekly, or Sis Dollars for the Dally (except Suudny). or Kijrlit Dollars for Dally and Sunday, or Two Dollars for the Snnday edition, and irineni-be- r i ou get oue gur&s for each dollar sent In. If you are nlrenrty a subscriber, your time will be extended for ns Ions: Unit as your money pays the Agents will be allowed the regular on all the gnexsrs thatthey send In, but tiip paper thus ordered, whether Dally or Weekly or Sunday, must be sent by mall end cot put la with the agent's package. Asjruesses are received they will be turned over to the treasurer of the company. Mr. W. J. n.ilnl. to be deposited aud held until (be close of the contest at a o'clock oa the night of November 2. TJiey jrill be sealed up la the presence of three Judges on the morning of November S. and turned over'to them to be deposited In jt of the Union National Dank nntjl the official count Is declared by the Secre-t?- -y of" State," when they will be opened d. in the presence of three Judges and and the name of the successful jtupss-r-r will be announced in the Dally and Weekly Dispatch as early as posslb'e. and check paid, to the successful guesscr. If tworor more persons should tie npon the'successful gness, ,thc mosey wilt Jit equally divided between them. ' Sead for Sample 'copies containing Con- -, pona. Address contnlnlnz guesses rom-mlss'thft-vaucom-pa-e- wis DU-pil.- -'i gg Kentucky Shoe Grain Drills rnjcai li SB PB3 - Sfgl niirl Superior Disc Grain Drills LOW AT i3raj I jgfe 3 THE WILLARD HOTEL Sis LOTJISVILIjB. "T"",. ps 3as Recsntly pa: srS. bee a Converted Into (ifmri Up Town, Klein v yy &. Son's Old Stand, Richmond. Ky. - - .. i--o. 1 lC'1 KSf a Modern Palace D. B. Shackelford & Co.'s Put mt Halls and Entrance aro Mju-hl- and Tiling of tho Finest Quality. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Garnet Adorn tiie Fleers , - l70r' l'AULORS AND llrl'KU HALLS. ! IIED-U00M- S, jam S3 nl ICJ pa yield ps one third. ITgMpIsjrllsjIspisj Bntspllffirgl m pBrlilBpSf w Ipil Bf fL-- Eii of these drills and increase. your srg J MfJTHl voiir wheat in witk one tHi si -- Offices 3U DIningRoom Beaulifully Decorated and A V. Bril liantly Lighted., Its Equipnicftts throughontare vrithout a Superior in the Southjrato of . - . Charges Considered . j .- W Be Pienc'a PcUeta mrCswjtipti. ,tba, m w iwwvii wmim vmm-w- m iP m ..w mm.m- - '" PUBLiSHlXS CO., W.'Xftla SHU, LJot4U, Uy. ll L 3l DKY. Y:$I.25,IN RHI?fS,$a.;, $2;5QPERu:'.L. unu sts : 1.JI .W -- nVe ren Hxperkled. in. This ReceRtrlaspreveKeHt.. ADYilCE. '. ..riih hpm - - mm, npr. .W ? s.i