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"1WB'fiM,awMMPMP-, I J. of the State. Along the different-par- t MISS FLORENCE BARLOW AT THE TEN- Royal makes the food pure, the northern part there is a great deal of NESSEE CENTENNIAL. wholesome and dcllcloiu. - wibli to caution all users of Simmons appe raising, but in the peninsula there New York Journal Ltvcr Regulator on a subject of the deepest We clip the following from the NashUncle Sam proiioses to make himself are vineyards, and, of course, the same n! rest and importance to their health ville Sun, of Sept. 1(5, as it concerns a jcrhapi their lives. The sole proprietors a Christmas present of a new State, says agricultuil laws cannot apply to Iwth of :: makers of Simmons Liver Regulator the Kansas City World. Christmas lie these. talented and popular of It is said that ail the preliminary In.irn iht cutoner3 are often deceived by will bang up his Richmond: stocking, as all good taking some medicine of a o'd Invin. In the absence of Miss Sophronisba reople do, and when lie wakens, wotk of making thin State has been gone .raiar ap(earance or taste, believing it to iriless though with, and will bo settled when Breckinridge, who is practicing at the 6ome disappointment overtakes i Simmons Liver Regulator. We warn Cougiess reassemble. Tne (Jongrss-mebar in Kentucky, Miss Barlow, who is a yea that i s the word Regulator is on him-l- ie will find, away down in the toe of Wisconsin and Michigan aie taieniei i. utsviiie insurance agent read the package or battle, that itis not Simmons of his Mocking, agold star, which .unless I ner Regulator. No one els makes, or calcnlatioi s miscarry, he will highly both said to be in favor cf it, and such her pap'-- o:i Professional Ethics lobbying as must be. done in Washingver hs mdf Simmons Liver Regulator, or p ize of U iMiieaj Women." It was, in part, will present the forty-fif- th This star anything callfd Simmons Liver Regulator, s f Mows: State in the Union, and the name ton has already been attended to. but I H ZeihnA Co., and no medicine made The lower Michigan people are said to 'On such an occasion as thi-- there lv anyone e so is the same. ,.We alone can is to be The Slate of Supeiior." art- - two legitimate attitudes of mind into p :t n up and we cannot be responsible, if will come into the Unon, not as be in favor losing their upper peninsula It w inch it is easy to fall. The niofe agree-oihr medicines represented as the same do other Stales have conic, in an unsettled because they feel that it is nQ part of Abol..:ly Puro 3itt heln you as you are led to expect they condition, but it will arrive, as Minerva them, while tee Upper peninsula cerable is the self congratulatory, with its w Bear this fact well in mind, if yon have tainly feels that il should be independent. flattering outlook. It is with the other been in the habit of using a n.edicine which sieppeJ from the head of Jove, beautiful- The new State is said to be one of the attitude that I express my sympathy, or yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regula- ly equipped with everthing iiecetsary with the possibilities of ptofe-sioROYAt POWif. CO., tor bociuse the name was somewhat like forn highly prosperous worldly exigence. richest section of the country outside of ethics for women, for in that is she genit and the package did not have the word For many years-i- n fact, almost since Alasky. It has every minenl that is Regulator on it, you have been imposed its admission known, even gold has been discovered erally deficient. to the Unio in nptin and have not been taking Simmons there Its climate is healthful, its rainfall Ellison, Joe Maupin, Joel Embry, "AH women claim, and many men adhas been divided by Lake iniuhigan. Li ver Regulator at alL The Regulator has moderate and everything about it is Thos. Oldham. "Wm. Brock, Irvine mit, that woman's sense of duty is highfavorably known for many years, and Michigan is cut in two a little more than bean Azuill.S L. Ilugueley. J. P. AVIiite, er than man's. But in the field of busiall who use it know how necessary it is for midway to the north. The upper part beautiful. tjidncy Kanatzar, Nep Urooks, J. M. ness activity it seems that woman hrs Fever and Ague Bilious Fever, Constipa- of the Peninsula about the hike is known Baker. Jeff Roberts and James li. not familiarized herself with the pecu tion Headiche. Dyt pepsia, and all disorders in the State as tl e Upper peninsula. Ellison. The above comrades will liar code which is known by the term of anetng from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and The lower part is the Lower Peninsula. please report the 'names of all con professional ethics. First, it means the Queen & Crescent Route. Of course, Michigan hs8 eiii under Fee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which Handsome lii&toriral lithograph, col federate veterans in their section of relation between woman and her brother yea can readily distinguish by the Red Z one Governor, but for a very long time the county to Harvey Ellison for en- in the profession. In most of the comored birds-ey- e view of Chattanooga, 51 rfit rrsnnpF nun rr tnr TtamA o Vn n1 the people of the Upper Peninsula have rollment. medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. felt mon requirements, such as honesty, inIiidge, Waldeu's Itidge, and that thpy did not leceive the same J. H. ZEIUK & CO. attention and advantages as the people portions of the Chickainauga field as Committee of Ways and Means tegrity, knowledge, etc., .votnen are Dudley Trihble, Joe T. Jones, Thos equal to the ocension. The old adage Take of the Lower Peninsula. Resides that, seen from the summit of Lookout MounSimmons Liver Regulator. they claimed that they-- were further tain. Highest style of lithographer's Duerson, Dr. W. TJ. Martin, Sid Tay- has still its grain of truth, 'Woman can lor, Cy Baxter, Ira Scudder, Charles north and subject to different climatic art. On fine paper; plate, 10x24. Mailed Jenkins Jesse Newby, James Miller, keep her own secret, but no others- - a for 10 cents in stamps. man all others, hut never his own.' But laws, and that therefore they should PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Crate Maupin, Harvey Kanatazar, too often does she, because of her sex, W. C. UlNEARSON, not be treated the same as the lower James Bonney, with the following expect nay, jeqiiire unlimited privi Gcn'l. Pass'r. Agt , Q. & C. lloute, 311 SS MlliUKKl) UULIIKX. Michigan people. sons of Confederate Veteraus, Char- legts that are contrary to ethics in Cincinnati, O. the To settle the dispute there have been ley Jackson, Con. Taylor, David broader term. negotiations pending for some time to Wonderful Work of Bees. Bees nius', .STI SOhRAPIIER AND It. L. (Jentry, Frank French, "There i3 a tendency with women of TYPEWRITER. make this peninsula into a (TifTercnt in order to collect a pound of clover hon- J.Talbott Jackson, Sears. Fox. These business to be all domestic or all busiproper size, order Kentucky. State, and in ofr to give it this slice to ey, deprive 02,000 clover blossoms of comrades will see that all old and ness. Don't be either; temper your life Itn iimoxd, their nectar. To do this the G2.000 flow- inferm confederates have a way to to tut a slice .W(jficf adjoining A .R Burnam'' t. with moderation; that is the keynote to be added to the peninsula. ers must be visited by an aggregate of get to the reunion. all of woman's success The one great Now, to determine just what the new 0,7o9,000 bees. Or, in other words, to Committee on Tables Mrs. "Win. ATO E1TSYS. State will be, drawn a line from Green collect its pound of honey one bee must Arnold, Mrs. Joe Bales, Mrs. James drawback is our absolute misunderltay westward and a little downward to make ".,7.31000 trips from and to the Cosby, Mrs. Thos. Thorpe, Mrs W. B. standing ot silence. Affect it when you W. MILL.BR. JJ the Mississippi River, and then take all hive. The enormous amount of work Jones, Mrs. W. T. Tevis. Mrs. Laura try to argue with me about this point, that lies about it as Lake Superior, and here involved precludes the idea of any Blanton,Mrs. J. Butner, Mrs. Owen and you may even win against the most you will have the new State of Superior one bee ever living long enough to gath- McKee, Mrs. Jake White. Mrs. L. P. garrulous of arguments. And I should Kentucky. Richmond, as correctly as can be drawn now. er more than a fraction of a pound of Todd, Mrs. J M. Poyntz, Mrs. T. T. like here to testify that in Kentucky office in the Burnam Building, next door to Of all the States in the Unio, this nectarine sweets. As bees are known to Covington, Mrs. James P. Trihble, there is no reason why any woman who feb3-lFanner's National Bank. State stands about the best chance of fly for miles in quest of suitable fields of Misses Lizzie Feeny, Fannie Watts. feels herself called to it should not enter making its mark. It lias Lakes Snperiot operation, it is clear that a single ounce Annie Bales, Lela Eeatey. The the legal profession. The members of C. F. BCKXAM. W. S. MOBEBXXT. and Micuigan on the east, on the south of honey represents millions of miles of chairmnn and as many others as can the Court of Appeals will receive her D'JRNAM MOBERLEY. Wisconsin and I.ake Michigan, and on travel. It is no wonder that these in- oi the Ladies' commute will meet at graciously and kindly, and examine her Attobnevs-at-Lathe wast Minnesta, the Mississippi dustrious little insects have earned the the Tuesday morning next, Oct. 5th fairly. The members of the bar will treat her with distinguished courtesy, River and a little of Loke Superior. reputation of being "busy" bees. RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. o'clock for the purpose of arrangand, what is better, with perfect respect. Besides this magnificent location, the ing plans etc. office inR-Dumam Building, recently occuAnd This Be Prosperity and Plenty. And I believe she will find work readily - Burnam. pied bj State of Superior btarts in with a popula The committee on grounds will For success in this as every other line of of neatly 1,000,000 people. It size tion When David Skinner, ahoy convicted moet at the procery of Thos. B. Collins work, I believe she should say and think will about correspond to that of in the Madison circuit court Inst week Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 9 o'clock, a. m. nothing more of her sex than is absowhich it also resembles in shap. tor stealing meat, was asked by Judge Committee Jas. Cosby, A. S, Gott, D. lutely necessary. I have an idea that It is well watered by many small rivets, A TTO RX E W, Scott if he had any reason why judg- It. Tevis, John Feeney, Charles Jack- in the future we shall be able to mark and it contains a sea cost whitch is se - - KENTUCKY. ment should not be passed upon him son W. Stewart Jones. T. T. Coving- our development as a class, as well as iriC'IIMOXD, cotnl to no other State. said that he would not have entered the ton. p over Taylor's Hardware store, Ofli-the growth of the race in civilization by Uesides this, Superior has an inexMrs. Maria Lynx, Pres. meat house if he had not been starving Court House, on Main Street. the increasing tendency to relegate all haustible mining supply. It contain This is a sad commentary upon a land of the problems of sex to the background." iron and copper enough to supply the 11. B. HOGG, plenty, and we remember only recently CORRESPONDENCE. whole world, and its building stone is in another part of the State that for the ATTORNEY AT LAW. WALTONETTES DEMOCRATS, READ THEM. remarkable all across ths county. Its Kentucky. mining facilities make it a Klondyke in same reason given by the convicted, the Ri iimoxd, TDELAYED.J humanitarian judge on the bench discopper. Stanford Journal. PANOLA. missed the sentence, and said that had Office Xo. 13 First St.. up stairs. Its citic3,though not as large as those, The board of trustees of the Kentucky been he, he would have pursued the it Struck vi ater is very scarce. of the lower peninsula, are very flourish Schools of Reform met at Louisville same course to ward off the pangs of GUAXTE. LILLY, Panola has become a considerable Tuesday and decided to enter a mandaing, and West Superior, which will be A court is to be commended hunger. W, A TTORXEY-the metropolis of the new Stafo, is con- which can discriminate between the ne- shipping point for live stock. mus suit against Auditor Stone to comProf. R. C. Adams is drilling a class pel him to issue wrrrants on the $100,000 Kentucky. sidered finer in its possibilities then any cessity of stealing in such an instance Richmond, other city of the central United States. and that of stealing from a pure, mean for a vocal concert, to bo given appropriation for the building of the The miy in which Michigan came to wantonness. Campton Ranner. night at the school house. schools, he having refused to do. AcOiUce S. V. corner Main and Second streets up stairs. Will practice in all have an upper peninsula, and the manWilson, Xeal and L. H. Rey- cordingly the suit was brought WednesElders the courts of Madison and adjoining ner in which it was divided, is very in- Program Teachers1 Association, at Rulhlon, nolds are counucting a meeting at Speed- day in JmJge Cantrill's court and it is c mnties and Court of Appeals. October 16. teresting. Michigan was the thirteenth hoped a speedy decision will be renderwell, to continue several days. State admitted into the Union, and came ed whether, as the Louisville Times Serious trouble came near happening J. C. & D M. CHENAULT, in by an act of congress in January, 1837. 10 00 a. m. Devotional exercises, at Knob Lick school house Friday night suggests, Auditor Stone is like Louis IiOng. A TTORNEYS A T LA W, It exfended fiither south than it now between Elder Estis and a young man. XIV, the whole State or only an admin"Welcome Address, L. A. Weaver. Kentucky. does and westward to the Missomi Richmond, The young man drew a club on the istratively small part of it Response, J. L. Carpenter. River, but owing; to some" politic! deal Attitude of the Public Towrad the preacher. The preacher had rebuked on its admission a part of its southern Office on Second street, over his Bister. It U worse than a waste of words and School. J. D. Clark. border was cut off and given to Ohio grocery. to appeal space fcr the Courier-JournRecitation, Miss Lizzie Taylor. A strip has also been given to Indiana DOYLESYILLE. . to regular Democrats to vote for Trustees and Their Duty, J. B. Harris. a few years before. After Michigan CREEN CLAY, it, no They are not going to do grumblers have all . The wet weather fully settled as a State, the Gover- 12:00. Adjournment for dinner. W. A TTORNEY-1:13 p. in. .We must Educate the Masturned to drouth growlers in this. sec- matter how specious the plea and how nor of Michigan nude great fuss about nllurini;ly tl.e bait is concealed. They Rtrhmond, Kentucky. these slices that had been cut off. and ses the only Safeguard for our Country, tion. Rev. G. W.Young. Mrs. Henry Wright and Mrs. Presley know that Iliiidman has no earthly so, to quiet him, what is now known as The Power of Concentration, W. J. Wilson, of Clark county, visited their chance of w inning, he himself not claim1" Collodions solicited. the Upper Peninsula was granted to him. Grinstcad. patents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Abncy, of ing over 40,000 votes, and as it is a choice This made a State that was separated between electing a Democrat and turn.' A talk on Grammar, L A. Weaver. this place last week. PHYSICIANS. by a grat bo ly of water, but the office over to a Republican, they will our present Compulsory EducationIs Mr. Xut Thompson, who has been sick this obstacle, Michigan has alsee to it that their ballots arc stamped al Ijiw in Kentucky a Failure? P. H. for some time, is not so well. ways ruled both its upper and lower PR. II. R. GIBSON, under the rooster. The race is between Sullivan. peninsulas as well. Mr. and Mrs. A6a Brock, of Clark Shackelford and Bailey. Hindman, Qnerry Box, It. F. Scudder. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Another reason for making a new county, spent last Saturday and Sunday Parker and Wallace are very small bide 2,30. Adjournment. Kentucky. State out of the peninsula is Richmond. at her father's, Mr. J. It. Baber. shows. Miss Hattie Taylor, Vice Pres. is a State of great climatic difference. The Woman's Foreign Missionary The Colored Independent. The climate of the southern portion is Olfice in the Joe ("c.lim buildinfr, 18 and m SecSociety, of this place, will meet next We are not now and neve been a ca ond Street, otrer Wmce .old drugstore. warm, but that of the northern is rigorous. Friday at 2 o'clock. lainity howler and will gladly welcome a mean annual An intelligent colored lawyer of Lex Take Detroit, which has a Mrs. Clarisa Hisle. of this place, who return of prosperity, whether it con.eH CHAS. HOOKER, temperature of 4S degrees, and that of ington, It C. O. Benjimin, has been givis very old and almost blind, has not unde-- a Republican admistration or by Sault Ste. Marie, which is 40 degrees ing some very wholesome advice to his T ETERINARY SURGEON, for sixout of her This is a differenc ofS degees between own race. lie sas the colored been years, nor toneighborhood the same reason of the single gold standard, but a Graduate Ontario Yelerinary College. church for love of truth compels us to saj that if voters have, for more than thirty years teen length of time, recently visited Mr. Al- times are any belter he we have failtd to been as it were, for the ReVeterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. publican party and it is high time the um Ilisle, of Waco, Mrs. Kilty Hisle discover it. That they will improve, 05ce up stairs over New York Store, corner 46- Main and rirt streets, Richmond colored men were asserting their inde and others, of College Hill, and attended however, and have improved in the comHE mercial centres we have no reason to He sajs the Republican Sunday School at this place Sunday. Eu .&3 pendence. e . C. JASPER, M. D. Quarterly meeting will be held at the doubt, but the country will be I party, now, is quite diflcrent fiom what Medicine and Surgery. last to fed a revival of it was thirty eais ago. He, recently, Methodist church here next Saturday tho oj Office Collins Building, MainStreet. t A Brink for Youna and Old. F5 made a speech in Nicholasville and or- and Sunday. business, as it was last to feel its cont Telephone nt residence (the Cnrr place) on traction. It would have been the same ganized an independent society or club Broadway. no matter who had been elected. It WECUitt OUR COTTOXBURG. Kentucky. of colored voters who declare they will Richmond, --will come not on account of McKiuley or vote for the best men and for them that NERVOUS RECORD m Miss Mollie Walker, of Greensburg, republicanism but in spile of it. friends, now. We have a numare their DR. O. A. KENNEDY, I EsW. 18 70 lud., is visiting relatives here. H BLOOD ber of intelligent colored people in our PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Itev. Baughn, of Nicholasville, ha sKIN & 250,000 town, but they are kept blinded by preThe court of appeals, which has just Kentucky, Richmoxd, judice and beguiled by white Republi- been holding a few days meeting at taken three months or more off, is howl-i.i- g DISEASED jfj PRIVATE on Silver Creek. cans and it seems, cannot be induced to Corinth church, for help. Itis time years behind Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, np MEN Sunday School at Gilead church etory in DISEASES vote for their own interests. Nicholassuirs Office hours u to and 4 to 5 o'clock. itsdi cket and caises are rapi.-l- accumSunday evening at 3 o'clock. Prater ulating. The Legislature will be called CURED & ville Democrat. meeting Thursday night. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Pantagraph please copy. on for relief, u it would be better if . On Friday. Oct. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kentucky that body couul passu law to compel the Richmond. A Winchester Man Gels Lost in Richtiond. CURED M The idea of a citizen of Winchester tVhittakcr were surprised by a large judges to earn their salaries, they could number of relatives, who came to cele- soon relieve, the docket themselves. yni.HR Telephone at office and residence. V uJtiur losing himself in any city. Prepos- brate the I UUIIU anniversary of IIIHI3 4feii: is uo more reason that these terous. There has never been a Mrs Elizabeth J. Whittaker. A basket There ill wfin ::.. .llnHimnnlfnniOMntinpr judges should take three or four months W. EVANS, M. D., : t. .. thll Otll :.. doubt in our minds that Richmond dinner was spread, and all present en- off a year, when they are paid for their lliw lascinaiuJb !. hnbitT Wbcniooiaioio arum mu wr. i is the metropolis of this section, but joyed the occasion. ncto jiu ... riuiH ritiiifull time, than an editor or any oilier rour peril? Did you later on in man Winchester and her suburbs of Ford oontract any nil A 11 or uuwu hood Physician and Surgeon, business man bhould do so. All woik and Becknciville, manages to enroll a disease? Vcrorou cured? Do you now A LATE CONVERT. Fympuima and uo play makes Jack a dull bov, but and thrn fco romo :alarmingnMumt Min. - Kentucky. a. Richmond. ......v few more residents than we do. The G. A. R. now in annual conven- there can bo entirely too much play for Anyhow the other evening Col. A. M. ""-r tion at Buffalo are considering the ad- the public's good. until lirmgin dreadi Jspamaeoa l DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Maret, the famous house painter of xtantly on ncooaniuiaiii annual failure wiln you early the Windy Capital of Clark, became visability of doing awaj with the too Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, nLuo or later ex lir old One of tho indications of the reyou been drusped with cesses? Haro so bedazzled by the splendor of our meeting. The men are getting Kentucky Richmond inercui7? This booklet will loint out to to travel and the cost is too great. We turn of prosperity is found In the inand point $100 000 post office that ho wandered tou tho resultn of theso enma Office ml resilience on Tlilrd Street. west when he should have gone hope the measure will be defeated. If crease in tho number of applications re MENT will positively liMM MlAl.." .1 mI ...1.1.... walking for two the annual meeting of the G. A. It. did for pensions. In July 1890, the appliprove' .3 north, and after our NKV TKCATJ1KNT. Jt IAJ no other good it makes a Patriot for the cations aggregated 2,098. and in Juno, iw VZA hours, upon inquiry ho found himself DENTAL STT3GE3Y. how wo can OUAKAUTKK 'iU to ANY CUKAHLK UAbUjuh "".fc&i- farther from his hotel than when ho time being of every railroad man from 1807, they amounted is 49,169. This attributed to the Gult to the Lakes. For a like reason enormous increnso started. Ho faced about and made S r HI CTIWE. I M P O T I N C . SB- DR. A. WILKES way to the post office, got his we have ceased to make war on the an- tho retur.iof the Republican party to his rilrTrr JIUAIMS. l,?,AtV.".VfCiVu . CUtt vuKuuuu. DENTAL SURGEON, bearings and with the assistance of nual meeting pf the Christina Endeavor-ers- pjwer, since Arhlch times have been dlfCSJCF. We read in an account of the last made easy to pensioners, and pen, Kentucky was able to get back to passers-byRichmond, meeting that on one train that took the sions are granted while you wait. CURES GUARANTEED his betel before midnight, convinced Endeavorers to San Francisco, every OrriCE Smith buildinf, Main Street. Office that Richmond is too large a city for a man connected with the train belonged aourt, foo to is M.; ra to 4 I. M. Habiy GiovannoijI, who is to the country man liko him to wander FltCE. If, unable to call, JIOME limned to dentittrr. QUESTION JJLAiTK for unattended. He was sober, to the order, and the conductor lead at Danville Advoeato what tha old TREATMENT. about it prayer every' morning and evening on Dane is to the play of Hamlet, has . J. J. C. Mosoan. too. tho train. That settled It to our mind. been taken into partnership with the Confederate Reunion. MORGAN & YATES, Any movement that could convert rail- proprietor of the Advoeato. and the DENTISTS, 122 W. FOURTH STREET, There will be a eonfederate reunion road crew and make conductors, engin- many friends of Hustling Harry are' Kentucky. R.CHMOND, CINCINNATI, O. held in the woodland pasture of Mrs. eers, brakemen pronounce the name oi very much gratified at,thls merited God without irreverence is worth en- recognition of one. of Kentucky's Thos. Moberley, on October 14th. Ow-- MainStreet, over Madison Natidual brightest and best young writers. Committeeonlnformation Harvey couraging "Western Watchman. augl8-l- y V-- YEARNING, al 1 rT n nl-s- I r i P0'?0ER BAK1NQ 1 We have just received the largest line of at OLD PRICES! a Slothino, Overcoats, Underwear f hp o P T XT K ' 81 .! & i 11 NEW YORK. lo m A r &: gau IN RICHMOND, which n rn ci c i.-i-- we bought early bef j the tariff was put on f woolens and can give our customers the bene l.fc of 30 per cent, on every sHiE ' - LOCAL. iieeucu. i .rji isures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order, Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT up. m WI 1 I: 1 V "Mc-Cor- d, The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. STOUFF s(IIj5 r. A m ifc iosssss: 2S253E j wi J ;3 Vit-rontin- , XX;- KwawJ9 r Z A Z Z h mrn. ss - s5 J J I : IM!;-r mm ' Z Z Z HI;: Z !5I s rf. K C S s t : S ! !III8 Long :: . weSxIli jc vyc Can be kkkx a oo .a .o ANDY CATHARTIC 1EST0HD THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Troubles and Consumpton Cured. 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Medical experts concede that breacMal, chest and lung troubles lead to Cnnsaievties, which, uninterrupted, means speedy ami certain death. bimplv write toT. A Slocum. V C. SS Pine street. Neu York, gmnc postuflur and express address, and the fn e l me wi'1 !x pnw.pt-I- v sent sufferers oh ' I t.i& ir tjnt ad of his generous ..n Please tell the Dc i U to.t ffcr i aw his jlv7-l- . in the IticHiiovD I es "it-i- fi t uuu fit -- m A T-L- r"3 MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Its Spssfal GRKNITEKINDSS) OF7VIONJ7VYeiMTS. CEMETERY WORK. AND ALL For further particulars, prices, mch21-ly Ab-n- or cCr., address, MadisoD MoDiiiuertal Work?. Chen-ault- 's al - Hind-man- be-i-a- A New Cheap' Cash Grocery .ArVD FRUIT HOUSE Opened next door to Richmond National Bank, quote a few of our prices : Best Granulated Sugar lbs. for Arbuckle's Coffee 2 lbs. for Best Brand Canned Corn 7Hc, 2 for Best Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 cans for Best Maple Leaf Lard, 4 lbs. for . Red Star Wash Boards . 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The bladder was created for one namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to any frtii ot disease except by one or (wovh.k. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys- - The second way is fiout careless local treatment of other discuss. 2J 10 10 15 15 thai-Michig- 7- Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention, me a call aud be convinced. "Wholesale and Retail. Give & Je3-l- y ifiAKSOLEN, Proprietor. jF CEISF CAU33. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy i the chief cause of biaiMcr troubles. So the womb, lik the bfad-de- r. t w&i&wMwstwwjax MlXMRE e pack-horse- s I glinaEO ur m 61VM R Begin Early to fight the germs of disease to be found everywhere in the air we breathe, in the water we drink. Build up the weak spots and fortify yourself against sickness by , making the body germ-proo- f saved from and you will be attacks of malaria, grip aud kindred complaints. V fi iSADDLERY. Of Slielbyville, Wright's Uelerv Capsules. Ky.f .Slay 26, Ky., Recommends '0G. --- ... ... 1 S JE '! (tHE& viEaHPEi SS? ea fBiWw 2 ess Mw " ?( ELL'S Midilelton. druggist, anil used litem fui Sour Storrach, Torpid Liver and Coiihti pation and found that they cave me relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Uilev. Wright Medical Co., Col., 0 : Gents I have purchased a box of Wriclit's Celery Capsules from G. N Slielbvville, To &o I 1 250,G0 tun - ; Johnston's Sarsaparilla is the best remedy known for building up the weak spots and fighting disease germs of all kinds. It purifies the blood, regulates the bowels, helps the liver and kidneys perform their proper functions, and gives new life and vigor to suffering men and weak, nervous women. e harness, cheaper All kinds of than can be bought any where in Richmond. Oive ns a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction fcb21-t- l guarantcd. hand-mad- At WaltksAzb Geo. White. Livery Stadle. jr n is MADE TABLETS POSnTVELYCDRE ME A MAN JAX A orrtImpolenc7.3,eplen'M.etc7 caa! 7 Abiuo or other llscaee and lndi .sretfons, Thty fruteUZy and surely roctore Lfist Yltalltj In old or ToaD. ana It a man rorttcdj. bQtinpw or marnasa. PrrjrvDt Inanltr and ConsunDtion It ti&nn intimi. Thlrn nhows iomediats improve, mvctand etocts R I'UKK where all other fail croa h.trlnff tho inainA Ajax Tablets Thar haracard t)iouiianda and willcurejoa. WeiTapoa-ltiv- a written ffaarantec to effect a care Cft HTC 1 W I w i per each com or refund tho donor. Prico package; or lix pbr8 (fall treatment) for S1AX Bj mail, in plot a wrapper, npnn receipt of price. lircolar In-ni-st Jt.XtZ.2ftrvou9 JHsae--Fallin- g Mem w fifty-fourt- h r A . "iF 'FARM &FORI IIWJ. n--- I fl If A - ---' ril vu., wpr OJnc, & fab3-l- was createil for one purpose, ami if not doctored too much Li not liable to weakness or disease, except in rare cases. It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, therefore any pain, diseaec or inconvenience manifested in the kid is neys, back, bladder or urinary pas.-j'often, by niixtsike, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of bomesort. The error it easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correcily, set your urine aside for twenty-fohours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilthe vreat kidney am! mer's Swamjr-Roo- t, bladder remedy, is soon realized. If yon need a medicine you should have the best. A t driipjits fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet lwtb sent free by mail. your adMention the Clwu and dress to Dr. Kilmer it Co., Binhamton. N. Y. The proprietors of this paper pnarantce the seniiinenefs of this oiler. e ur st-n- m For sale in Richmond, Herndon. Ky. by Ilatran y & -- 51 ... i-- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, D8. PETER PLUCK'S Great German Remedy, 1 ... SJ-llT- v -- SALE The undersigned has a small farm of IV acres, which he offers at private sale; situated, of Parlwrbbur-r- , W. Va., Recom mnds. Wrights Celery Capsules. Pakkee&kukg, W. Va., EABIU A '1 For the cad at ... fi Quart Bottles. Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co.; DetreK, Mich. Llvcrctte cbtc Liver DU. t 35c. 1 1 WHITE'S - STATION, one-thir- January TriE 20, 1095. Vaiour Med. Co., ' Colnmbcs, Ohio THAROES-KlUKl- il I t m.i.iii.ijui f ru.tj-- f Sold by D. Z. u i,i V Waco. Ky. & T. B. TtiylorJ -- ... Kennedys Kergan xses. i ACTIVE gentlemeli or ladleii to travel for responsible. esrabltnl)eil hb3-t- t house in Kentucky. Monthly, $C.00 and oxpcnBes. Iisitl6h stiidy. Inf- Wanted-- An erence. Enclose solf-addresa'e- TRUSTWORTHY AND on the waters of Silver Creek. It Is well watered. There is no better land in Madison county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, tea miles from Richmond. d cash, TERMS Sale will be made For particulars, balance to suit purchaser. address Celery Capsules gave mo great relief from thes beginning and have used them Geo. D. White, ever sim. Vitb pleasure, aud unsolicited, JJ recommend them to any and Station, Ky. White's all suffering with like afflictions or either Very truly yonrs, 'Who can think of themij Gentlemen: I have lieen using Wright's Celery Capsules since Novetn- ber, 1894; and find them to be at recoip- memledj r fat beL-a-n taking them while at Hot Springs. Atk, nnder treatment forJBciaticKheumatism. Liver and Stomachiirouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I fouud the Immetliato Relief Positive Curo . Icdorssd by pSywcians of the highsst styrtKn; d Idea l starnpetl 'envelope. Th"eD6miriiou Company, Dept. W. Chicago, soT)tl8-- y , T. A of aomo simple tUastoDMeotr MaWfcStWtoB. D. xi ' Cfor toek- iB0 - prw oCer " Bank. -- n i " V rtescrt - J I C J?- - t 4 Charles T Caldwell. c jj SoldbjT".S' llRjran, Dniceist. Price; 50c oats ibd SKCO'per bos. Call at drug store to , .1 t""-f'-i -- I 4 V SSo. per "boje. t Fat SAra t ah. . it; mxUl&n U HSdJJA i Hy-6ta i mmmmtMh f f J; mi iilw'rPBBBwIi'.tW il ' wrong which stinkcth to tho heavens, and Jr needs to be corrected. Pantagraph. tzrw c !S! r IP .. P. .4 The Caironil Climax. FCBU8UXD KVKKr WKDXKSDAY BT Thkkk Is a wrong somewhere a Cobe, said Mrs. Williams, w-ir- k w hen-ov- er Ky., a- - isi Thg Climax Printing Co. iamar' : you seo one of these follows coming around saying ho wants to for nothing, watch out; ock Again let tho accuser answer Its tho smoko house. Persons that aro inane charge: "The peoplo have grown tired of worth anything to anyone won't gie their t ervices, hoiccrer gootl and faithful their time for nothing. tuch tniglit hare been during tlieir long reign.'" office-holde- r, prfcfer. and fittors. i U H. WOODS, Associate EdUor. PRICE PEtt YEAR, $1.50. $1.25 1897 13, IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, OCT ... DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk of Court of Appwds SAM J. SHACKELFORD, of Daviess connty. For Circuit Judee THOMAS J. SCOTT, of Madison county. For Commonwealth's Attorney B. A. CKOTCHER, of Jessamine county. Representative, W. W. COMBS. County Judge, P. H. SULLIVAN. County Attornev, J. TEV1S COBB. II. II. COLYER. Sheriff, Circuit Clerk, S. H.THORPE, J Pu County Clerk, JOHN F. "WHITE. Jailer, JAM IS C. LACKEY. Ansessor, TO J. CURRY. . Superintendent Public Schools, V. WAGERS. Coroner, Snrvevor, M. G. BROWN. S. F. ROCK. STOUFFEC For Ci v .1 inke II. C. RICE. For Citv Attorney .1. TALBOT JACKSON. B COl'XCILMEV. For Mavor CITY TICKET. J. Court House ON, Citv Hall-MERHF"r-Maci-tr- TEVIS IHCKELS. MAUPIN. Uuivereity GIBSON, BALLARD. KIIIHOVI) DISTRICT. N. B. TURPIN. W. For ConRtable-- L SIMMONS. Tiik Pantagraph is advocating Democratic doctrine right along "Economy in public expenditures." Stay on your own side, neighbor. Was ever the Republican party known to leave a surplus behind it? Now they an- - talking of Grover Cleveland for United States Senator from New Jersey. What Mill we hear next? Pantagraph. That Will. Jennings Bryan will be the next President of tho United States. TiibCmmax ban gone daft on the subject of the Republican administration Pantagraph. It ib a rotten potato, but wo are only holding it up as :i specimen of Republican government. If it smells bad, just burn a rag. Onk reason, a great cause, indeed, for much of the discontent in this land, is the inequality of. taxation. So long as wealthy individuals and corporations are allowed to stand on a different footing from the small property owners and the great rent-p- a g in;r, class, so long will flow the tide of socialistic opinion which is sw eeping over the minds of citizens who sutler these oppresswage-earnin- ions and who have lost all faith in b the power of appealing to corrupt to do justice between the opulent and greedy and the poor and oppressed. ofll-ciid- CFiBrower&Co Main and Broadway. '! Strong Statements "Would be hazirdous for-u- s unless based upon bed-roc- k facts. In the matter of Bugs and Carpets, we often use Etrong language, though we evade superlative assertions as needless! We Feel Safe In assuring equal of our and. Carpet not exist in you that the Oriental Sug Display does the South to- if a day. Every The Republican candidates for City Council of Richmond want a job Apply Bill Arps' such as without pay. Ik the small County Sheriff, JailerClcrks, etc., maxim. are to have a life tenure, why not the Governor and other State officials, The attention of tho Pantagraph is too ? Pantagraph. directed to these items: of honesty and It is only TalK of Auditor Stouo's son, Will competency. Had the Republican Stono. becoming Insurance CommisState administration exhibited these sioner Coinlngore's successor, develtraits wo should not expect to see a ops tho interesting fact tbat a clean sweep and a turning out of tho younger son, James Stone, is now Deputy Insurance Commissioner and rascals at tho next election. has been drawing, snb rosa, the Ealary coming to tho to Expectoration in public places supposedTutt have been Courier-Journa- l. Hon. E. Burnam. is in most instances not at all to the public health. It is This is Republican blessedness. doubtless unesthetic, and properly Bumam drow two salaries a long time revolting to most persons. Rut then and perhaps is "sub rosa" doing it there are other annoyances. There yet. Secretary of State Finley was is the Pantagraph, for instance. drawing $1,000 more than he was enwhich is making this community titled to until Judge Cantriil called very tired slobbering over-- with an him down last week. Thero is too air of public morality and rectitude. much crookedness worked by tho Re Throw ashes over it and shovel it out. publican officials. Poor old Kent. tucky! Mt. Sterling There is not anv eood reason whv Republicans should not tako a hoje-fview of the situation and win in November as they deserve to. Panta- Under Judge Cantrill's decision in the salary case of Secretary of State grapti. Let the Pantagraph reply to itself Finlev it is believed the Treasurer C00-ear perquiwilf also lose "Tho Pantagraph is willing, quite site he enjoys theTreasurer ot the Inas willing, to give credit to whom credit surance Bureau. Courier-Journa- l. is due and freely takes this opportu Ho ought to loose it, because ho nity of speaking well of the present renders no service for which lie Democratic county candidates now should be paid that sum. The Combefore the people." missioner should be made to take care of the fund and to account for it. Mil. "William F. Schooler a former Mt. Sterling attache of the Climax, until recently editor of the Morehend Ad wince has Ix its overmastering desire to get been nominated by the Republicans at the public crib, tho Pantagraph is for Representative from Rowan and jumping on everybody not its way of Bath counties. He manied Miss thinking, including the negroes whom Hacker, of this city, and has made a it accuses of nameless crimes and brave struggle in th3 little mountain brutish propensities. city against hard times and ill health As the Pantagraph, in the next so that if the district must have a breath exonerates the Democrats from Republican legislator we know of im dishonesty, and compliments tlieir man in that section better equipped administration of affairs, no attention for the position. as will be paid to its saults. Here we" wish to pause a mo Si'OKADio and hysterical out bursts, such as the Pantagraph has ment to explain that according to been making of late, calling hard modern ethics, as observed in the names and insulting the public, as offices of g eat secular newspapers, it thatpseudo political purist has been is not considered essential that any guilty of recently, are not going to critic should keep strictly to truth. cause the taxpayers of Richmond to Kvery great critic considers himself, turn over the government of this mu- in some sense, a dwelter in the abbey nicipality to the party that is not com- of Theleme. The editor of the Panta petent to conduct the feeble minded graph is a great critic. He possesses and insane asylum of Kentucky, many of tho earmarks that gave emmuch less the government of this phasis to the deliverances of Fadla deen, and his style resembles the grand old Commonwealth pellucid beadiness of the brook that The Climax has ceased blowing wanders at will through summer its bugle for Bryan and free silver meadows. For this reason because What a terrible thing it must be to he is a great critic we aro not as have a muzzle over one's mouth. tonished to find him declaring: Pnntagraph. The verdict at the polls next NoWhy neighbor, don't think, because vember ought to be such as will we paused last week to castigate ou convince theso tricksters all the for your diarrhelic assa'ult upon us. money and all tho titles inthat world this that wc hive forsaken Bryan or free cannot buy the honor and integrity silver, whose friends we are and of our beloved Richmond." Great balls of atmosphere! Think whose battles wo shall fight right along until they triumph. But of it. All tho titles and the wealth, speaking of muzzles: Go get your- etc., etc., cannot debauch the suffrage of our beloved Richmond! self one, and stop your braying. who said it could? Of those colored scoundrels who accepted bribes nothing good can be said They are too trifling, sorrv and contemptible for decent people to countenance. The apes in the junMr. C. R. Prewitt, of Mt. Sterling, gles of Africa are superior to them. was here Sunday. They are without honor, without Mrs. Kuper Hood is with her parcharacter. Pantagraph. The foregoing is an awful indict- ents in Covington. ment of the Negro by one of its masMiss Mollic Fife is tho guest of Mrs. ters, who, when he can no lonscr George Land in Lexington. hold the poor brutes in political capMr. George O. Dozier was in tivity compares them to the ape, and Monday on business. casts them out. Shame on such inJ. D. Gay, of Pine Grove visited gratitude. friends in Richmond last week. 'The Louisville Dispatch will bo a MissEultLEdnards, of Louisville, corpse within thirty days." That is the guest of Mrs. J. D. Dykes. was the kind of argument put up relt Messrs. Charles and Jeptha cently by a young Mr. Rose, travelwere in Lexington Sunday. ing solicitor for the Louisville Post. Miss Birdie Zrvring has returned We do not know whether the young from a pleasant visit to Shelbyville. man believed what he said or not, but Miss Minnie Crutcher has returned wo know that he found out that there from a delightful visit to Shelhyville. were three other corpses in this town at least the Post, Times and Courier-Journa- l. Mr. T. J. Gentry, of Estill county, The Dispatch is not only is the guest of his son, Mr. R. L. not dying but has a growing circula- Gentry. tion and is the only daily in LouisMrs. "W. W Watkins, of Maysville, ville making money out of its sub- is visiting her brother, Mr. Al scription list. Messrs. John Rock and Robert Har The Pantagraph is sick, very sick. The last two times it has shown ris are taking a vacation in the wilds itself has made it evident to all who of Estill. saw it. Speculation is freely inMiss Pattic Stevenson returned home dulged in by both friend and foe as to yesterday from a visit to relatives in the nature of its illness. The diag- Lexington. nosis has been mads, so we are inMr, and Mrs. R. L. Middelton have formed, and positively ascertained. returned from a visit to relatives in It is called by the physicians Habere. Shelbyville. The cause of the trouble is assigned Mr. W. Con Bell has returned from to overdue excitement and expectaa business trip to Richmond. tion, followed by sudden depression Sayings. and blasted hopes. The registration Mrs. II. C. Shipp, of Lexington, is in Richmond on the 5th inst is asthe guest of her sister, Mrs. W. D. cribed as the immediate cause. Oldham, on Broadway. The Democrats here are charged Miss Clara Mershon went to Rich by the Pantagraph with buying the mond to attend the wedding of her negro floaters to prevent them from cousin. Stanford Journal. registering. Bad as this seems, it is Mrs. A. to Richmond not comparable with the act of Gov. yesterday Baum wentdaughter, Mrs-R- . to visit her Bradley in pardoning convicts so that E. L. Biggerstaff. Mt Sterling they might register and vote the ReSentinel Democrat. publican ticket. It happened in Mr. and Mrs Thomas E. Arnold Winchester last week, when twenty men were pardoned. It happened in have returned from their bridle tour Richmond Seems to us our friend and are at home to their friends at E. Gum Parrish produced the pardon Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold's, on High when the negro's vote was challenged. street MissEarlo Chonault has returned This happened at last year's registration. But it didn't work. And yet from Nashville, Teun., whero she has talk about Republican reform. been for tho past month visiting her brother, W.T. Chonault, and taking Phew! -- Bill Aitrs. Sentinel-Democra- ul son ii ii.. Pul.'psn. out accomplished musicians, Miss Ollfo playing the cornet and Miss Delia the piano. For their ago they are indeed wonderful perfor-me-rs on their chosen instruments. Lexington Lender Mr and Mrs. E. C. Boggs, of Richmond, spent from Saturday until Monday with Mrs. J. H. Boggs Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ilhardt anived Wednesday night and have gone to houso keeping in tlieir new homo on North Main street Miss Florrie Heath, ono of Richmond's prettiest and most fascinating young ladies. left for her home Monday, after a short visit to Mrs. J. B. Emhry, much to the regret of many young friends who,wish her a speedy return. Jessamine" Journal. Mrs. Wm, Shearer, of Richmond, is vhuting her mother, Mrs. Nannie Porter, at Hamilton College .The groomsmen for tho wedding of Miss Mary Boll Haley and Mr. Burt, now of Ford, Ky., and formerly of Saginaw, Michigan, will arrivo here Wednesday in a private car from Sagiuaw. They will bo met by Mr. Burt's bioth-e- r, Mr. Sam Haley and Mr. David Prewitt, who will take them to the trots for tho afternoon. Lexington Argonaut, Oct 11. .gMrs W. B Wllko street. Theso young Was Growing Worse Liver Weak to Work low All Hor Housework. -f- and Stomach Troubles Able Too to Do "I waa under tho caro ot a physician for two years and ho was treating mo for stomach end liver troubles and female difficulties, but 1 only grew worse under his treatment. I was bo weak I could do hardly any work. J was at last Induced to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills and these medicines have done mo eo ma eh good that I now weigh 112 pounds and am able to do all my housework. I firmly believe I sbonld have been in my grave today if it had not been for My little girl was Hood's Sarsaparilla. afflicted with phthisic. I gave her Hood's Sarsaparilla and it bos relieved her." Mrs. E. S. Harpes, 701 University Avenue, Knozville, Tennessee. A MO N E Y M MUM I SAVI NG lAllHlMil i H AsSn5'v!EaS,-S'SS-SSaaS-S-SS5a .Sg 1 W I Tacks lc box. Matting Tacks 2c a "box. Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files 3c nnd 5c. inch Cnrlers 10 Mat-nc- rt rami Sarsa- parilla a- come to St. Petersburg but the Russian indolent to look after Mr. Jas. Todd and nobility were too it. Besides that, see the vast quanti MibsElla Eaden, both of this county, were married yeerday by Squire D. ties of seal skins and salmon, the finest on earth, we have got from that counP. Anner. try, and the bargain I made for our Government is incalculable." Todd-Eadex. -- MARRIED. Padlocks 5c np. Set Tea Spoons 4c. Set Table Spoons (5o. as near as I re- "Scissors 5c up. Russia, and the price Butcher Knhes 10r. member was $7,200,000, or about that. 'crew Hooks 4c drz, The Emperor presented that money to Pieel Curry Comb ICc. some of his indigent nobles and court Waiters 10c. fnvorites. I knew then that there was Match Sfaes 4c. gold in Alaska as reports of it had Is tho best In fact the Ono Troo Blood Purifier. i.t an druggists. Bo sure to get Hood's. euro llrer Ills, easy to fke, flOOd S PUIS easy to operate. 25ceuts. Tracing Wheel 3c. Track Hammer 5c t Tjark Uuuuner Glat-Cutter 4c. Pocket Knives 5c up. Strainers 3c. s l'lat File 8c. oc 10c. 1 Sheets of Paper 5c. 5) Envelopes 5 Fi-- h 12 yards Lace 5c line lc stales 2e, 4c, 5c and 0c. Whitewash Crush 2Cc. 1 doz Collar Uuitnns 5c. I Oil lillH 7C 15niss Pius 4c. Vegetable Dipper.lc. Thimbles lc lhixt Pan and 15 nihil 13c. Children's Garden Sets Hake, Uoo Tsi.ks lc Emhionlerv Silk 5. and Spade So. 1(X) vds SpCol Silk 4c Wash Tans 5, 15 and Imperial Enameled Steelware Mill: Clark's Threml 4c Seiimini: llraid 5c Pan ISc Looking (i lasses 10c and 20c. While Tape lc Hat Pins lc Picture Frames 15c. Mourning Pins 2c Iix. I.ari:e Kitchen Spoon '.' . Hat Webbing lc and 2e yd. Tin Rattlers, with whistle, 2c AV ebbing 5c yd. 20 Marbles for lc. Lisle Webbing Sc vil. Ink 4c Silk Webbing 9c yd. Mut'ikiire4c. Dolls ?c np. Pencils lc 1 doz Skieus Silk 7c. 0 Slate Penci's lc. Harps 5c np. HO ttotiohsts . lc. I ilnz Fihh Hooks I Whips 10 15 y. ."i String Ttes frc h.z Mark Silk Sirmg Tit's 10, lilxck llousoatwl 10c Silk Club Ties 10c new M School Crovon 10c box Hells 10 awl 2iV. t iloz Wriuiitg Peas 5c 3 Penholders le. Leather Wateh Chai V KM Curlers ?,, 4, .land 1. e Filo Silk . 2 for V. Rope Silk 3o 2 foro-Tabl1,3. 5. S and j u-- s 2. Ladies' Safety Hex-- mi; and 15c Ilias Velvet landing lo ar Pocket Books 2, 3 4. Fan Scrims Uk: llaby Ribbon V bolt " ! i BIRTHS. To Sentinel-Democra- t. the wife of Charley The Magee, on Sunday night, a 9 pound former popular student of C. U.: girl. publishes 'The Intcrior-JournTurley. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. this week cuts of tho Democratic Turley are tho proud parents of a nominees in Lincoln for county Come and see this choice selection of honest qualities and learn win sensible, economical people prefr ten pound boy. oflices and a handsomer set of men money with us. Our prices will give your dollar a new dignity. Our line quilitics will clear away yoi r I, Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Everott Witt would be hard to find. If they arc You'll trade with us simply because 3'ou can't duplicate the goods at our low prices. We are glad to '.v l are rojoicing over tho arrival of a not speeders thoy certainly betray their loo's. Mr. Harvey Helm, the tors, and are pleased to show our goods. rine pound boy. Our Embroideries have made a great hit, as those who partook of the feast last spring were awaiting thr .i candidnte for county attorney, has present lot, which was announced to come, and is even more attractive than that of last spiing. 'llicsf '. the appearance of a clergyman and the . one of those regularoldtimes shouting Embroideries sell at sight, and the crowded bargain counters on which they are displayed is a veritable bec-lu- . Methodists at that." aud see them. They wont last long at the prices we ask. 12 j'ards Torchon Lace 5c. un Monday morning V.APERTOX. at 1:30, Katherinc, the bright little Not much clergy about Holm, but daughter of Col. and Mrs. J. W. Ca voice! O, my! He can laugh louder perton, aged 3 years, of brain fever. than any Methodist preacher in this 52231 22333 The fune'ral services will be con circuit. Oil Cloth 13c yard. Calico :Uc up Opaque and Linen Shades 20 and 25c Coiret Clasps 5c nl Macjee A stock to please the many and and save the money of all who come. The virtue in values, tln htauty chosen goods, and POWER in LOW PRICES are the daylight truths and shining realities of our complete and" selected stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dross Goods, &c. It's a stock in perfect touch with Fashin ments at prices rou all can afford. Clergyman! Harvey Helm a distrust with generous concession-- n Our new, fresh goods silence criticisms with honest worth and stj-le- ; Jessamine journal says of a oBARGAINSh Wry Qs&5Il lm d Mm as Minnow's SuliiEs !o n . . Mans Ploasur jsrozcasrs- arjdL Profit. . DEATHS. saQSE ducted to-da- y at 11 o'clock, a. m., by 4 Rev. "W R. Lloyd at the residence of The Democrats are in high glefover the little one's parents, on tho Big the results of last Tuesday s registia- Hill pike, thence its interment in the tion, while the Republicans are congregating in squads and discussing Richmond cemetery. inevitable uooni, which awaits Barciay. Mr. Speed S. Barclay their in November. The 3 wards of them died at his residence near Big Hill the city show a Democratic majority last Tuesday, October 5, of abscess of 73, aeainst a Republican majority of the lungs, aged 72 years. Deceased lust year of 66, a gain of 139. There were 951 registrations, out of whirh was a dovoted member of the Baptist 490 were Democrats, 417 Republicans. church, and leaves to mourn his loss 15 National Democrats, 5 independThe fola wife and five children. Among ents and-3them aro Georgo Barclav, of Rock lowing is the city's voto by wards : CITY HALI,. castle ; Peter II. and J. J. Bare-lay- , Mr. J. Silas Tudor and Mrs. Lee Democrats . . . 110 192 Mauptn, of this county. He leaves Republicans . . 4 an estate of about $2,000. g. Non-allilinti- Registration. Boy's Waists 15. 20, 40, 50, 65c Our Pet Child's Waist ISc Ladies' Rubber Combs, 5, 8, 10, 13, 15, Our Best Corsets 25c 19. 20 and 25c. Cotton Towels 5 and 10c Linen Towels 5, S. 10. 13. 15, 20, 25, Toe Shoe Blacking 1, 3 and 5c Rob Boy Corsets 50c; long waists worth Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c 75c Hooks and Eves lc card 2 dcz card. Cool Corsets 33c 3 Spools Thread 10c Safety Pi as 2 and 3c: each. Mountain's Corset 50c Dandy Waists 45c Doiiy Soap lc cake. We handle W. P.. and It. A G. Corsets Smyrna Bouquet Soap 3c. C. B. R. Ball Glvcerine Soap 5c Ladies' New Collars 10c Suspenders 5 to 50c Cuticle Soap 10c 3 for 25c Table Liner. IS to 95i: Tar Toilet Soap 5c 1 gross Suspender Buttons 5c Cold Cream Soap 5c Ulackiug Brushes 10, 13, 15. IS, 20, 25 The Langtry Hair Crimper 3o dcz Shell Hair Pius 5c duz up and 3So Hair Brushes with Glass 8c Lace Curtains 39c up Hair Brushes 10, 13, 15, 19, 20, 25c Curtain Poles 15c, complete Dress Shields 5, 8 and 10c Parasols 39c up Table LOCAL. General Cassius M. Clay in Cincinnati. Tntnl . UNIVERSITY. ..... Corset Ijiccs lc. Felt Window Shades 10 and 15e Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg (i raters lc Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery Rings 25 and 5 to 53: Fine Combs 3c up Pocket Comb .Jc up Whiisk Brooms, 'with velvet tip. I0o Tooth Brushes 5, S, 10, 15, 19, 23c 12 doz Buttons 5c Men's Working Shirts 15" up Men's Lauudried Shirth25c up Feather Dusters 15, 20, 25e Wool Dusters I5e Floor Oil Cloth 171 to 25c M.ttlirg H to ISejd Capets 12'c up STAPLE DRY GOODS. Bed Tii king 5, t S 10 ami lie Gilt Eh;e Cotton 5c yanl Canton Flannels 5, 61, 7. I5c Outing Flannel 5, 71 ami Eiderdown 15 to 4V yd, a! India Linen S to 2me Hosier v 5 to 65c Ladies Vest Fleered with 20 awl 25c Uaion nit 2V r; Ladies' Gowns 541 to Ladies' "i t Ladies' Muslin Skirts "in Zinc Trunks S1.25 . CLOTH IN' MenV Suits S3 50 Mi'-'-e" "Ik-ibi- i . s 1 - Men's Ail-wo- ol Mm'- - :'tin-line- d Suits lo- -' Knee PanK 20c np s V kn.-Suit75c to s Suits tl ' " SEXTS !tl 210 87 9 5 11 W-- 1I, PERSONAL. Nicb-olasvil- le m Che-nnu- Mc-Cormi- Har-rodsbu- rg Is wt K E,F,Brower&Co septi-l- y George Fred Williams achieved an overwhelming victory for silver in tho Massachusetts Democratic State Convention last week. Moreover he was given the nomination of his party for Governor without one dissenting vote. The platform, as adopted, contains the following: We, the Democrats of Massachusetts, in convention assembled, reaffirm our allegiance to the great prin ciples of Democracy as enunciated in the party's national convention at Chicago; and we tako special pleasure in recording our appreciation and indorsements of tho splendid campaign waged in behalf of the people's rights by their intrepid champion, who stands in merit and here. Dagestans, Bokaras, esteem with the historic leaders of the Democracy, William Jennings Bryan. Kermis, Tho Democratic party opposes the Cashmeres, etc. attempt to fasten on Che country gold monometalism, and demands the Sale Now in Progress. of silver at tho ratio to gold of 1G to 1. The demand for would be so enormous and tho demanu tor gold so reduced that the two would meet and remain at parity J and thejparalyzing battle of the standards would cease and the world en- terupea a period of assured prosperi Ky. Lexington, Price, Size, Design, Color, La-Genj- is, sil--v- er : ty.. of this county advertise this election and tho object thereof. The question to be submitted at the said election is and uhall be ark you IN FAVOR OF ISSUING BONDS for the purchase and maintenance of tho county Turnpike It is expected that every one "of Toll for Boads of this public. Free the traveling who was interested in the ConfederA Copy Attest: ECOrNOMIST RANGES acy will bring baskets of food, so J.nu.F. "White, Clerk. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Chenaulr, of . C. By Thos. Thorpo. we may have a regular picnic dinRichmond, came over on last Thursner. We want to make this a day for a ten day's visit with her In pursuance of the above order, 1 pleasant and profitable gathering. father's family, J. Davis Reid in the The old soldiers will report to will on November 2,1897, it being the county. Mt. Sterling Advocate. regular November election, open tho Adjt. General and have their poll at each and all the voting pro-a Mr. Clarence E. Woods, Grand Renames enrolled. It is our wish to cinct3 in Madison jiounty, Ky , to f corder of Sigma Nu, is attending a WVIU ?UWU have every old soldier's name for sept25w C1C4JL1UJI. business meeting of that fraternity in j. p. Simmons, S in C. .membership in one of tho Confedenroute stopped over Awarded Nashville, and TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. at Lebanon Monday to hear Hon. Highest Honors World's Fair, erate camps hero. Fraternally, . m Jennings Bryan. J. Jr. Poyntz, Brig. Gen TaVo Loxatiro Brorao Qnlnine Tablets. All Droeirfsts refund the moimr If It fails to Chiro Gen. U. M. Clay, in his SCth year, 25c. For sale by W. G. "Wlilte, Draggist, Rlch- s v I'raiui'ss vjanuui hoi area talked pleasantly at our depot, en.1 SAK4. uiunu, n.y. jj r T" teHr kv local applications, as they cannot k H quiring after his. nephew. His sou retch the diseased portion of the car. Brutus and the tatter's vary handH H HB K' There is only one nay to cure Deafnessof is caused by an inflamed condition some wife were with him, lie going to B CO mucus lining of the Eustachian W BMBLRVkJH Cincinnati for operation on oye. Tube. "When this tube gets it flamed W MV Paris Kentuckinn, you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect i"jBCjSBDr ' "" .Mr. Green Clay, one of our promis hearing, and when it is entirely closed By virtue of a Judgment pf the Madison CirDeafness is the result and unlbi the ing young lawyers, has accepted a po- -J can be taken out and this cuit. Court, entertoared at Hta September term, Hoofing, Guttering 18B7, 1 as executor of W.RiBoKgs, dee'd., trill sttion in the law office of Judge Ellis Mtbe restored to its normal condition, sell publicly in front of thti court house door la B. Gregg, Cincinnati, and will leave if tearing will ho distroied forevei; nine Richmond , Ky . , on i" and General in a few days for that city. Mv. il cases out of ten are cause by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed con Saturday, Octifcer 23ri, 18$ 7, Clay has a large number of. friends Job Wclrk. dition of the mucous aufnees. 'al 2:30'cloclr,p. here, who wish him much success in ". 0 . : AVe will give one Hundred Dollars for o&nK socx, nt. Thirty ibares la 'the Madl- tw hisrnewfield. : . tany cases 01 ueameeBi caused tv catarrh) Bon National Bank of Kichittond, Ky,, aad xncT Dcocrrr mnuc. shares in the Rwhsoad Watioaal Bank. iiinn 1 "luJ1 uivrcui titninAi'iuI ,.i,ri.K, xtiij Misses ofRkhmoad.Kjr. (l jf Tigg, about A ffiffe . Imu Pn.u Cdnl fniMMitluM rMn Trtti TrMni rdTTwttr PAtu Term will' be. lmnl a, id .made Jtnown m 10 aad 12ears of age, and daughters day ot !.' ' A ;. - cWL. CBUTCHKK. ClMiwIy 4 from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,. F. J. U Mr.' Henry Pigs, ot liicEmoad :" u 40 YIAS THS STAHDAMfe Sold by DrugStff 7ocC in the Centennial. D. G. Martin attended the sale of the R. N. L & B railroad at Vervailles last Monday. He says ho never saw people stand up and bid from one to five thousand at a clip before. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer of October , contained the following notice concerning General Clay, who" is in that city undergoing treatment for a cata ract of the eye, which has been giving him considerable trouble: 'General Cassius Marcellus Clay, of lute Hall, Madison county, Ky., one of America's most distinguished and remarkable men, the close friend of Abraham Lincoln and the Ambassador from this country to Russia under three Adminstrations, is at the Grand, to have a cataract removed from ids eye by a notid oculist of this city. General Clay will be 86 years of age the 19th of this month, but his statue of 0 feet 1 inch is still erect. His hair and beard are white as winter snow, but his cheeks are as ruddy as nn autumn apple, nnd, aside from the ailment of his eye, he says his health is perfect and he is without aconstitutio-na- l defect. General Clay, it will be remembered, married two or three years ago a pretty rural lassie only 15 years of nge, whom he afterward sent to school. They are living happily together at his handsome country sent, White Hall. The mansion is surrounded by the finest forest in Kentucky, embracing every variety of tree indigenous to the soil of the state, and many varieties from foreign climes. Around this superb setting sweeps a delightful domain of the fariest and most fertile blue grass lands, over which browse the highest bred Hock of Southdown sheep on this continent. General Clay has always been fond of nature in all of its varied forms, and takes a keen interest in horticulture and agriculture, and to his constant attention to these pursuits, in which he is a recognized authority, he attributes much of his unimpaired health and intellect. "I have injured my eyes from excessive reading," said he, "having much time on my hands. I have been an omniverous reader since my return from Russia. I keep abreast of the times, always looking to the future nnd never hack. I am not affiliating with any party, but have my country's welfare at heart. I beliee that this Government should immediately intervene ard establish Cuban in dependence by force of arms, if neces sary. The idea of and effete old tyran nical monnrcy like Spain persecuting a peop'e on this continent of republics is prejo.terous and horrible, and "should not bo free tolerated a dny longer. I am not in favor of annexing Cuba or Hawaii, but let them be free republics, and Samoa should be the same. We have such a large foreign population now that we can well do without any more. Canada will eventually come to us of her own volition. We should be prepared to meet England. She is fortified around us now, and with Spain in Cuba all their guns are pointed at us and all they have got to do is to say 'Fire!' Yes, I negotiated the purchase of Alaska while Minister to -- National Democrats Democrats Republicans g Wait Hor Our Millinery Openings Respectfully SutmiUed to tlie Gash Trade, Independent .322 COURT HOUSE. Republicans National Democrats Non-afliliati- Democrats .104 . . . . 138 1 . K3HH 111 M W M M PI fcyrUBJgi M M EaKSaS USESe?" m NdHHH - 9 H . -- H roorletor. Si -- . 17 Total registration Total in city n. .330 .954 U .., J. ., kl .fe. Confederate Re-Unio- i Autumn LCdVSS Siti! ' ' .. ' . vs sr v 'sr ;i::ssv,,: 'r r 'jf jr -- v - y This is to bring all survivors of the war together that they may recount the "Good Old re-uni- on battle. Richmond, Ky., Oct. 11, '97 J Comrades : As the commander of this brigade, it is my duty and pleasure to call your attention to of the the approaching 11th Kentuckj' Cavalry C. S. A., on Thursday, Oct. 14. What is is contemplated by a what most effectually serves to keep in the breasts of the old soldier love and reverence for the principles for which ho fought, and the memory of comrades who bore arms with him in the heat of re-uni- on re-uni- on Hkadquakteks 3d Brigade, ) are M $ It is now U time to discard that old pair of ft jk Illy 1 !cf L1I5 Is the day that the Merchant Tailors well-know- You are probably trTing to make up your mind where to buj1- jrour next pair. - umnnrneir SfaoeSo eI 'u n Days." A greeting, a jest or story, an incident recalled, u "God bless you" to the old boys, a looking up of old comrades, stretching under the shadow of the trees, recalling the air of old songs will be to 3011 all a pleasure. JSgrXet us help you in this by asking to call on us most complete line of FAIxL and and examine the WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. to to IT. Confederate ' Veterans everywhere are invited to be present-Wwill gather under the shade of the forest trees promptly at 10 a. m. The order of exercises will be as follows : ORDER OP EXERCISES AT THE N. Phone, No. 21. reeman Eros rg BROKERAGE fThe Globe II! fit' s First Stjreiit. m m m it i Jk P Vt 4 i Comp any aiioFinQ Q f -- to to to to as ay 9 CON- FEDERATE To Voters! tUIITUEJ and 1st. Line up in front of stand, and welcome by the General Com- Order Concerning tiiel.tsual of Bonds: McCreary. 8. Dixie, by the Confederate Glee Club. 4. Addie33 by Captain John H. Leathers. 5. Musio by band. C. Address by Col. Tucker, "My manding. STATE OF KENTUCKY,) May Tarn, 2. Address by Lieut. Col. J. B. Madison Co. Mtscal Court. J June 4, 'U. iiiauitiit: State County and City Claiics Bought 3 Fire Insurance Companies represented. Agent for New York Fidelity and Casualty Co. JP"Will writo yon accident policy or go on your bond for small premium. First-clas- Have designated as the time n In u they will have one of their Expert Cutters to see us with a full line .t their samples in Boys." 7. Plantation Songs. 8. Address by Eev G. W. Young. u. nhort address by 1 0 is ci Veterans. 10. Dinner. 11. Afternoon devoted to songs, music and war incidents, &c. It is ordered by the Madison County Fiscal Court that an election be held and a poll be opened at the next county election to be held in this county November 2. 1897, for tho purpose of taking a voto on the Issual of Bonds to be sold to enable the Fiscal Court of this county to purchase and maintain the TurnpiKo itoads of this county free of toll to the traveling public. Office in Covington & Mitchell. septZMw Masonir Building ovtr It is further ordercicl that tho Sheriff 0; Lengths. AVe Cloth one. 123 will be pleased to have am v. call and seo thera, and if caif guit you we will b pleasetl to take jour measure for anything you .may want in a ij SUIT or- - Dfl VSb I jPB. . ocus-e- m 1 !sea IfllHll CREAM UnlM U! sev-cat- ea HBaJIBBM Guaranteeing a Perfect Fit and Satisfaction. RAKING POWDfR U .z Ollic-ancKDcl- la iii: . . -- .- " "oet-Mr- a EUlEaillW SH.J.STRENG. ... TBk-.jt :- - c ! :vwS' L5V2t ' -- rr "C " .sJ r S z. - - v- - s- - - I rasr.fc " ?" V'V''?5 5 .. ,.v -- i , "T ST. " The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY OCT. 13, Buy Your Brood Sows in Richmond. - 1897. You can't afford to buy a farm east of hero, of whicli Daniel LitSee StontTer for underwear. wagon until you have soon the Capital. tle, a tenant oil Todd's farm, was sept-2!- ) Cnf R, L. Gentry, For sale by' the unfortunate victim. For sevGreat bargains at Freeman Bro's. eral weeks prior to the difficulty, Attempted Suicide. store. Read ad. Little and the Todds had not A spec'al from Irvine to a CincinThe new church at Irvine will be nati paper says that the wife of Jas. been on the best of terms, owing dedicated Sunday. Dunaway, of Estill county, drank to some difference having arisen II. J. Strenrt's merchant tailor carbolic acid on account of domestic over a division of the crop, and, it trouble. There is little chauco for will be here on the 19th. is said, Little had armed himself her recovery. in anticipation of trouble. SaturBallard & Dunn shipped two carIf I havn't what you want give me day about 11 o'clock, loads of cattle Saturday. Rutherford your order subject to approval. Todd, youngest son of Frank Hon.AV. 1$. Smith spoke to a laryj Jonx Donelson. audience at Ford Friday night. Todd, while on his way to the Fell Through a Window. field with a sack of seed wheat, Our now fall hats are just the Matt Hacker, depot agent at Irvine, thing. Covington & Mitchell. whilo oleaning the windows in his encountered Little in the lane A new lino of buckboards at John ofllce, lost his balance and fell leading from Todd's out to the IrDonelson's the nicest you ever saw. through, severing an artery in his vine pike. Little says that as - See sheriff's notice to taxpayers right arm. A physician was sum- young Todd passed him he (Todd) elsewhere in this issue of the Climax. moned and soon stopped the flow kicked at him, whereupon he of blood. Though tho wound is very 2vice. warm, pleasant underwear, painful, Mr. Hacker is improving jumped from his horse and grabbed a rocklo throw at Todd, who nice goods, low prices. Covington & nicely. Mitchell. bounced off his horse and made See StoufTer for cheap overcoats. for Little with his knife open. In The protracted meeting at Ford m 1'resbyterian church closed with thirthrowing the rock, Little slipped To The People. teen additions. and fell, when Todd pounced upon I am a candidate for the office of Fifteen car loads of cattle were County Attorney of Madison. If elect- him and began carving his fallen shipped from Richmond Saturday ed, my rule of conduct in the office shall victim, who, in his effort to esover the L. & X. be, "equal and exact justice to all peo- cape Todd's murderous knife, rollRev. Jacob Carmack has been ple; tothe rich and poor alike." It shall ed over and over, receiving a fresh called to the pastorate of the Bethle- be my constant endeavor to secure a pru wound every time he turned. Afdent and economical administration cf hem B; p st church. ter stabbing Little nine times fiscal affairs dl the county, and thus The Fiscal Court adjourned Fri- the reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I three times in the small of the day, after a short session, to meet solicit your aid. Grant E. Liiia. back and six times in the abagain November 5th. Suits to orderat Stouffer's at ready dominal cavity Todd broke and Wallace fc Rico have a new advermade prices. ran, when Little propped himself tisement elsewhere in this issue. up against a fence, drew his reRead it and profit thereby. Alexander Water. 45 Colts, and fired three This water is working marvels and volver, a Our new fall styles pleases the hard to please in more ways than one. is limited in the supply of the well times at his fleeing assailant, but Investigate. Covington & Mitchell which only furnishes 12 cases a day so faint was he from loss of blood, while the present demand would re- his shots went wide of their mark. Dr. L. H. Landman, the Oculist quire 50 cases. The owners of the well and Optician, of Cincinnati, will be will have it seamed out so as to in- Todd claims he was first attacked at Mr. J. B. Willi' on Wednesday, crease tho flow. AVe know many per- by Little and only used his knife Oct- 13. No one saw the sons who are benefited by using it in groceries and no one to whom it has proved an fight and the statement of the If you need anything in 1ft Gus Margolen give you prices on injury. Mrs. David A. Chenault principals is the only direct evistandard goods and he will save takes orders in Richmond. Five gal- dence bearing on the case. Louis you money. lon cases, only $1.50. Try one. Francis was at work in a field near store key was found on LanStoufTer is the oldest clothier, furnishA by, and when he heard the shots, caster Avenue, and is now at this er and Hatter in the city. ran to the scene of the difficult'. office. Call and pay for this notice How to Increase the Water Supply. Bob and John Doty came along and get same. The Hazel Green Herald is authori- the Irvine pike about the same We all have to have clothes ty for the statement that a pint of sooner or later. You want the best salt dropped into a well will largely time and were "summoned to the the for the money. See ours. Covington ihcrease the flow of water within spot, where the' found & Mitchell. wounded man lying on his side, twontyfour houis. The editor is unC. C Maupin and A'lex. Overly able io explain the philosophy of the breathing heavily and suffering started for Texas Saturday with six matter, but knows a number of per- greatly from loss of blood. A carloads of bulls for AVatts & AValk-er- sons in that town who have tried the spring wagon was hastily procured experiment with satisfactory results ranches. to try and the wounded man was confor a It takes little time and trouble Kavan-aug- h A right smart clever suit it, and during this protracted drouth veyed to his home, near little amount of money, just the thing it may bo tho means of avoiding a school house, where he was you are wanting to see. Covington Water famine. visited later by Dr. J. M. Foster, & Mitchell. The Capital is the only wagon on who, after an examination of his The children of the Methodist the market that lias a scoop or shovelwounds, pronounced them fatal. church will give an entertainment ing board. R. L. Gentry, Ag't. Little died at 10 :30 a. m.Mon-daSunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. and Todd was rearrested. Uncle ri Is Meddling with Sweetheart Everybody invited. Letters. Little is a Clay county man and is Visit Elder's Millinery depart The Postofflce Department at said to be a brother of Hon. D. Y. ment and see all the latest novelties aud walking hats Washington has sent out inductions Little, the n in ladies sailors Manchester to all postmasters to the effect that now on exhibition. lawyer. He moved here about a hereafter boxes shall not be rented Dr. A. II. Stewart, oi Richmond, to minors without they have the writ- year ago, renting land from the has been appointed Deputy AVarden ten consent of parents or guardians. Todds, and has a wife and ten of the Frankfort pententiary to suc- It has been the custom of young peo- children. ceed Neat, resigned. ple to rent boxes and carry on a Todd says Little attacked correspondence and in that granite-war- e secret I still have a large line of him first Avith a rock and then he on hand and will sell it at the way they keep the correspondence a secret from their parents. To remedy used his knife. He says Little same price you pay for tinware. had previously threatened his life this evil the order was itsued. MakgoIiEN. Gus sept-29-6sept-29-Cm Seed wheat for sale. See ad. Mrs. G. T Little sold to Mr. Tress Mink a sow and last Wednesday she gavo birth to nineteen pigy. This sounds like an unusual large number to the Climax. FATAL CUTTING AFFRAY. Hows was brought to town Saturday of a fatal cutting affray- on the farm of Frank Todd, two miles - Big lusurance. Mr.S. E. Welch t Jr., of Berea, is probably tho most heavily insured man in Madison county. Last Tuesday tho Mutual Reserve Pund Life Association, of New York, through their agent, J. AV. Chaney, of Berea, delivered to Mr. AVelch threo policies aggregating $17,500, In addition to a policy of $5,000 issued by them two years'since, with which Mr. Welch was to pleased that ho Increased to tlie amount stated above. Mr. Welch Is one of thejlargest merchauts in Central Kentucky, whose business tact and judgement is well known, his his faith in tho integrity and reliance of the M. It F. L. Association is quite a compliment to both Mr. Chaney and his company, holding as ho does their policies for 522,600. Rev. Jasper K. Smith Complimented. .Business Are gaining favor rapidly, jc men and travel- lcrs carry them In vest m pdekett, ladles carry them m ia In purses, houwkeepert keep them In medlJm doset, friends recommend, tbcra to friendi. JV "Win. was Hood'sa III 13 II 5J Shewmaker, a Mercer county shot and fatally wounded by accident while hunting. firmer, Yollow Jack Killed. Cascarets. Candy Cathartic kills Yellow Jack wherever they find him. No one who takes Cascarets regularly and systematically is in" danger from the dreadful disease. Cascarets kill Yellow fever germs in the bowels and pre0c, 25c, vent new ones from breeding. octG-l50c, all druggists. The Throttle Thrown Wide THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE M ACHINERY OF THE Busy Bee Cash TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY. Stores 1; Salt river is said to he lower now than has ever been known before. Many of vour fripnds. or people whom you know of hive contracted consumption, iinHiiniMiiiu or other fatal diseases hv neclifi of a simide cold or cough FnWp TIiiey and Tar, a pafp, pure and pif.nc.-n- t conch medicne, would have s.ivivl them. It is Guaranteed. AV. G. oct-6-lW dte Ricmond, Ky. m Says the Mack son Hustler, in its long account of the dedicatory exercises at the S. P. Lees Institute at Jackson last week: In the evening Rev. J. K. Smith and Hon. O II Pollard delivered addresses. The audience was much larger than that iisembled during s, as many had the morning arrived on the 6 o'clock train to witness the evening'b proceedings. Kev. Smith spoke fervcj.tly and soulfully, aud his entire diKOiirso elicted the most rapt attention, aud was greatly enjoyed. Though not yet 30 years of ae be is rated as one of the brightest lights of th Kentucky ministry, and we dare say that ero ho attains tho prime of mauhood ho will h.ive achieved national fame. Of magnificent physical build and endowed with a strong bright mind, a brilliant future awaits him. ext.-v.L-- . TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. A warrant for bigamy breaks into the honeymoon of a May field couple. Already they are unloading at our door, car load after car load of boxes filled Avith new Fall Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almost large enough for small dry goods" stores within themseh'es. It is almost impossible to pass the streets in front of our store. Our shelves, our leges our upstairs department, our basement and attics are all bending and gioaning under the enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on 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. t & Confusion as to the choice of a blood-purifiis unnecessary. Thero is hntone best- Sarsaparilla. and that is Ayer's. This important fact was recognized at the AVord'B Fair, Chicago, 189"? being the only blood-purifiadmitted to he placed on exhibition. It - er to w citizen James 15. Catlett, a well-knoof Shelby villc, died of malarial fever. Shall It lie 1G to I ? Silver men says yes, gold men sav no. But all w ho have used it whether cold or silver men concede that Foley's llonov and Tar Cnush Syrup iRsnnprior to all "others as 1G is to 1. AV. G AVhite You will find our prices much lower than e'er, as Ave don", employ an unexperienced buyer to lay in our stock. Each and ever' article that fill our wielves and piled up on our counters has been selected Avith great care by a buyer Avho h ,s had years of experience; Avho knows a "ffood thing when ho sees it." Our campaign against high r rices this season will be the Calicos arc piled upon the streets and Great stocks in the store and soun of the very best brands are only 3ie per yard. Bring your wHgons aud load up. We VW. offer you one yard at this price, but 1 000 yards it" you want them. f Teachers' Association. Thn next Toacherb' Association will be held at Flat Woods, near Waco, Saturday, Oct. 16. Following is the program: 9:00 a m. Invocation Rev. Reynolds. Richmond, Ky. oct-G-l- m 1PN hottest fought battle in the history of our business. set the pace Canton for competition and jr AVe let them follow. Gen William M. Thompson, is deaiT. retired, Flannels, bought direct from mills in solid car great saving to our customers, as we can sell them lots. A - self-defenc- e. sept-29-G- ui 's y, S-- well-know- StoufTer sells clothing cheaper than J. W, Smith sold 4 car loads of sheep at 234' to 3 cents to Ohio par- anybody. ties He sold 100 head of Charged With Stealing a Mule. cattle to J. AV. Rales for S1.75. Thomas Graves, a noted character, The Capital wagon has better was arrested in Anderson county wheels a'id more good features than and lodged in jail here Monday by any wagon you ever saw. Deputy Sheriff J. J. Peel, of Nicholns-ville- . R L. Gentry, Agent. Graves is charged with stealing a mule last March from Mrs. Elder's Millinery "Winter opening will commence Oct loth. You are Golden, of Kingston, this county. requested to come ami see the great- He was lodged in jail to await his est display of millinery ever seen in examining: trial, which is set for to day. It will be remembered that Grave this city. is the man who resisted arrest and had Nearly everyone has in timo to be shot by Capt. Feeny a year ago. bought a ten dollar overcoat. Are He was captured by Sheriff Peel at would like to show you ours. It the point of a shot gun. boats anything of the kind ever Mr sept-29-Gm 1550-pou- nd several times, and, while he regrets the occurence, he feels that lie acted in self defense. While he conies of fighting stock, Todd has always borne the reputation of being a quiet, sober, peaceable boy. His examining trial is set for today. The R. N. I. & B. will sell tickets to Louisville October 18 and 19, one n pa poll ti H frm rrt nrrw rtf foil meeting of the Louisville Driving Association. On October 22 and 2(5, fare one cent a mile each way or $1.(50 for round trip. On October 22, race between John R. Gentry and Robert , and on October 2G, special race by Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy J oifered before. Covington & MitchStar Pointer. without seeing Stouffere. ell. StoufTer sells clothing cheaper than Its a hard matter to keep a stock Professors Jackson and Riggs are "Flying" anybody. at Campbcllsville. of vehicles on hand all the time; but R. N. I. &. B. Sold. if you will leave vour order with me The Campb?llsville High School bew ill get what you want. you The R. N. I. fc B. railroad was gan its Pall Session with an enrollC7 the first day, which num bought at the sale, at Versailles last ' John Donelsok. ment of ber has been increased since the Monday for $301,000 by a committe Curtis & Dunn sold 20 n is more for the lien holders composed of J. AV. 4 cents; opening to 82. cattle toT.S. Burnam at than twice tho number the school Walker, of Pittsburg, D. A. Shana 2JtoJ. D G )odloe at sami price: 25 to H. J. Twigg at 3 ; 250 stackers to opened with last year, or in exact han,ot Louisville, and H. B Hanger, language its an increase over last year of Richmond. The purchasers will Ohio parties atJ&f to Z cents. of 130 per cent This is Prof. Jack- reorganize tho property at an early I am receiving fresh vegetables son's third term as principal of tho date and bring to Richmond tho gendaily and can furnish them at High School. Mr. J. Itobert Riggs, also eral offices now in Louisville. The prices that will astonish you on for- of Richmond, and gradu- contending bidders were bankers, of eign and domestic goods. ate at Central University in '97, is his Philadelphia, who may interest themGus Margolen. l. selves in the proposed extension. assibtant, Campbellsville s2pt-20-6- m sept-29-Ctwo-year-o- ld Sixty-seve- first-hon- or Times-Journa- advertise a suit or overA new stock of buggies, etc. at coat for JJ8 it is the best to be had. Ours are made of strictly all laug John Donelson's. staple wools, entirely free from shodRosedale Herd of Shorthorn. dy, waist, or any short stock. CovCattle are cominir to the frontington & Mitchell again. A cow and calf were sold at See Stoutier and save money on Cynthiana recently for $300. John clothing, over coats and underwear. Cunningham has had several offers sept lately to buy his entire herd. In looking over some old papers we find Mr. D. S. Harberlost nine sacks of name conspicuous as a prize win wheat this week. He located tho his ner over some of the most celebrated wheat in Lexington where the theif herds In Kentucky. He has a lot of had sold it. Mr. Harber agreed tp rare old silverware taken on his cataccept pay for the wheat and not tle in oldentimes, and in those days prosecute the offender. refused $3,000 for one of his heifers. Our special line of suits for eight, His herd was valued at that time at ten, twelve, fifteen and eighteen dol- $30,000. He has kept up his pedigrees lars canuot be equaled in town. AVe and hasJill his cattle numbered and carry clothing for everyone and want labled. AVhen we 29-G- She Cannot Vols But Che Wanted a cratic Paper. Demo- to sell you. Covington & Mitchell. It is only a matter of time until the Pantagraph will have more than all other papers combined in Madisoa county. Pantasub-s-ribe- rs graph. Only a matter of a thousand years or so. Success toyou. The following men are using the Capital wagons In Madison county: Clabe Fox, Squire N. B. Coy, AV. H. Hendren, Win. T. Tevis, Thomas S. Burnam, "Cousin" P. B. Broaddus, Scott Parks. More to follow next week. It L. Gentry, Agent. Hats and caps latest styles and sept-29-lest prices at Stoufler's. low- Last week one looking through the commodious ware room of S. L. Midkiff on Third street would have concluded he intended to quit business. He had sold nearly all of his buggies and baand you rouches. But go there will see a full room of the nicest and cheapest buggies ever roagbt to tlda to-d- ay market. " tf ' Along with a large number of new subscribers gathered on court day, we include the following: Mo., Sept. 23, 1897. I wrote last week for a copy of the "Climax" and received it, and now I enclose the money for it for my cousin, Mrs. Mary E. Crews. She gave the money to me to send for a The things that people see are inside Richmond paper. She wanted it to be a Democratic paper and of courso of them and not outside. No two people see the same thing exactly alike. One the Climax is "the paper." woman may look out at a beautiful landTruly your friend, scape and see all the beauty aud restful Mits. D. K. Maupin. uess and grandness that there is in it. Something New For Richmond. Another one will look out at the same The ladies of the Pattie A. Clay scene aud see nothing. Tho man who is j Infirmary will give a series of enter perfectly well aud vigorous enjoye life to tainments during the fall and winter the full. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Clothing at prices never so low at months at the court house, and will Discovery makes people well. There isn't sept Stouffcrs. open the 6eason on October 23 with anything miraculous about it it is the the famous picture play. Miss Jerry, most natural thing in the world. It simChronic Malaria. written, illustrated and presented by ply puts the digestive organs, the stomThe symptoms arc: cold, 6tickv sweats, Alexander Black. Edmund Clarence ach, the liver, and bowels, in peifect ortired-ou- t feelings, chilly feelings alter- Stedman, author of "'Alctorian Poets," der and thereby makes the blood pure nating with hot flashes, coated tongue, "Poets of America," etc., has tho fol- and rich. All dieases live and thrive on bad breath, dizzy head and dull headache, lowing to say of this wonderful in- impure blood. Keep a stream of pure, loss of appetite, heavy, unrefreshing vention: rich, red blood flowing into a diseased sleep, ringing in the ears, brown moving "The man who brings a new idea spot, and the disease will not Etay. A specks before the eyes. Of course no one into an art for the pleasure of ap, as- man lives on rich, pure blood, aud disIihs all these symptoms at once, but tney semblage Ib tho man whose future is ease dies ou it. will come, one after the other, making secured. I don't know of anything Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the victim hideously miserable. more nip to date' than your most makes puret rich blood. Send 21 ceuts Thisremedv Ti.o romtwW ! stamps to World's Dispensa happy and original, combination of in quickly restores the appetite, when new science and dramatic thought in the ry Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., blooit is maue sirengin returns, reireau-in- g creation ot what you call 'a picture and receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 page "Comsleep, new courage and good nature play.' Think of a whole company of mon Sense Medical Adviser,' profusely come back, one by one. Life is vorth actors, and a scenic and spoken illustrated. It living again. t drama, comprised in a Boonville, broom factory iain The Seud for free book on malaria, written of two men and a magic operation en extra hours. a by Dr.Hartman. Address The lantern! How effective, and how Never,; 8jv Die. Drug Manufacturing Co., Columbus, defiant of competition! I, congratuMany desperate case Ohio. it late you la advance on your inevita uronounced incurable of kidney diseases have been cured Farm fires In, the last few days have ble success." by Foley's Kidney Curi;;Mn.y fritei- -, Clans aee k. w .u.j.www done a great deal of damage aeirM-yille- , . Admission 50 cents, Children t - .'Ay; cents. 'r-- - ia Haeoekcoaiy. ,VtS?WP jV it Fa-ette, 29-Gi- To remove the constipated habit, the AVelcome Address AVm Benton. only safe treatment is a course ot Ayer's Response J. B. Harris. Pills, followed by a laxative diet. Most Hw far is a teacher responsible for other cathartics do more harm than good, the habits of the pulpits. Thomas therefore leading physicians recommend Troupe, R. F. Scudder. Ayer's Pills, especially as a family physic. Cultivation of attention and methods It of securing it. J. L. Combs, Charlie The tide has turned against the ichels Brock and others. Relation of imagination to character. J. D. Clark, G. AV. in Guatemala. Stockton. Workinp AVoman's Ilomn Association. How to study and recite H. II. 21 S. Peoria St., Chicago, HI., Jan. 11, 1S9G. Brock and others. Our AVorking AVoman's Home AssociaNOOK. tion used foleys Honey and Tar mx years AVhat should be the qualifications of a ago, and are using it It. has algood trustee; how many in each district, ways been a tavorite, for while Cits taste is not at all unplpasant its effects are and how selected? Miss Laura Clay. very beneficial. It has hcver vet disapSpeeches by James AVilson and J. pointed us. Wishing yon all possible their own selection. success, sincerolv oui-s, Laura G. Fixon, AV. G". AVhito Richmond. ISus. Mgr. Recitation Miss Madge Wilson. Ky. That only the common branches should be taug'it at public expense J. W. A straw vote of over 50,000 taken in Wagers, U. S. Coyle. New York gives Van the lead. Best methods of teaching grammer That hacking cough is undermining Misses Belle Lvkins, Sallie Dudley, your constitntion-sappin- g your strength. Lena Stivers, Jennie Evans and Sirs. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it. AV. H. Miller. This is one of the most valuable renicdiis Greatest hindrance tocommon schools, of modern times for coughs, colds and P II. Sullivan. bronchial troubles. It Basket dinner on the grounds ; everyAVilliam A. AVaters was appointed body invited. postmaster at Springfield, Ky. There is an extraordinary demand for Troup Quickly Cared. butter in Miltou, and none to be had. Mountain Glen, Ark. Our children This Tells Where Health May He Foam!, were suffering with croup when we reAnd that is more important than mak- ceived a bottle of chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It afforded almost instant reing money. If your blood is impure, lief K. A. Thornton This celebrated Hood's Sarsaparilla is the medicine for remedy is for sale by AV. G. AVhite you. It cures scrofula, salt rheum, rheu- Richmond, Ky. matism, catarrh and all other disease orForest fires are endangering two iginating in or promoted by impure blood towns in Michigan. and low state of the svstem. A few weeks ago the editor was taken with a very severe cold that caused him Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to to be in a most miserable condition. It Cure indigestion, headache. It was undoutedly a had case of la grippe A revival will be held at the Christian and recognizeiug it as dungeons he took immediate steps to bring a bout a speedy Church, hi Leitchfleld. Monday, the cure, from tho advertsemeut of Cham25th. berlain's Couch Remedy and the many good recommendations included therein, No people suffer so much for physical we concluded to make first trial of the disabilities as those whose business re- medicine. To pay that it was satisfjc quires little or no muscular exertion. tory in its resuts, is putting it very mid-ly- , indeed. It acted like magic and the The lack of exercibe caubes the liver to result was a speedy aud permanent cure. become sluggish and the result is con We have no hesitancy in recommending slant Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious- this excellent Cough Remedy to anyone ness and Sick Headache. To prevent afflicted with cough or cold in any form Liberty. this take Simmons Liver Regulator; it The Ranner of 25 and 50 Libertytown, Maryland. The cen's size for keeps the liver active aud makes ones sale by V. G. AVhite Richmond Ky. condition as comfortable as those who have much exercise. It At St. Louis George Pfeffer killed his Scott was giveo a life sentence father w Pat and then himself. for murder at Owinsville. Diseases often lurk, in tho b'ood before "As if a brick were lying in my stom- they openly manifest themselves. ach'' is the description by a dyspeptic of Therefore keep the blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. It his feeling after eating, one of the commonest sympTins is announced that It is toms of indigestion. If you have it, take Wevler will bo recalled from Cuba. Shaker Digestive Cordial. That Jojrul Fechag Not only this symptom, but all tho with tho exhilarating Rpne of renewed symptoms of indigestion are cured by health and strength aud iuternlal cleanliShaker Digestive Cordial. ness, which follows the use of Syrup ot So many medicines to cure this one Fig, i unknown to tho few wlm have disorder. Ouly one that can be called not prfgrensed beyond the old time medsomesucccBsful, because ouly one that acts in icines and tiic cheap substitutes times offered but never accepted by i he a bimple, natural, aud et scientific way. Shaker Digestive Cordial. More gold had been engjged for shipPurely vegetable, and containing no ment to America. dangerous ingredients. Shaker Digestive Cordial tones up, strenthens, and restorThose who believe chronic diarihoca es to health ail the digestivo organs. to be incurable should reab what Mr. P Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to E. Grisham, of Gaars Mills, La., has to subject, viz.: have been a $1.00 a bottle. It say on thefrom chronic diarrhoea ever sufferer Chas. Glover was cut and terrible in- since the war and have tried all kinds of medicines for it. At last I found a rejured by a circular saw in Lexington. medy that effected a cure and that was Dandruff is due to an enfeebled state of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarThis medicine can rhoea the skin. Hall's Hair Renewer quickens always Remedy." upon for colic, chobe depended functions of the skin, heal- lera morbus, dysentry and diarroea. It the nutritive ing and preventing the formation of is pleasant to take and never tails to effect a cure. 25 and 50 cent sizes for dandruff. It sale by AV. G. White Richmond Kv. ocM5-lMiddleburg and Liberty ball clubs will cross bats at the Iatter's grounds William A. Stiles, editor of Forest today. and Stream, is dead. y. tt oct-G-lk oct-G-loct-G-lin-lasemi-official- ly i.-oct-6-l- m to you at letail and give you wholesale prices. r Blankets of all descriptions bought m lots. As we have two great stores to buy for we can save our customers many a "Hani Earned Dollar'" on IMankets. We sell them a nice white bed blanket, 10-- size, large enough for any bed, at 4Sc per pair. 100-pai4 i'l Brag" Department. 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 Small wears and notions of all kind-- , in Ian:e quantities are to be had in this great uiporiin of Bargains. If you need anything from a lc iaper of pins to a steam eugine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. n I I The most elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or overcoats can be found here. Our tailor made, satin-line- d buits and overcoats are the death knell to all competition. They fit better, tliev look nicer, they wear longer and they are priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' Clothing. They are double knee, double seat and elastic waitTands, warranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Boots and Shoes. "Special attention paid to this stock. Special prices made all through the line, stock larger and more complete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them up. Prices lower than ever made. with draw-p- rs have a man's Rilibed Vest, fleece-lineto match, heavy weight, that we can sell at 25c each that beats the world. Same that sold last season at 4!)c. A'ests. with pants, winter weight, 19c. Ladies' fleece-line- d Ihbberi Vests and worth 25c. Children's fleece-line- d pants from 8c up, winter weight An elegant line of ladies' and gents' fine LTnderwear in stock at ery low prices. AVe d, Last, hut not least, is our Cloak Department. AVe take a special pride here as pietty, .stylish Cloaks are greatlv admired hv everjone and our Cloak Department is filled with beautiful things. Call and look through whether yon need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to bIiow you through. Don't be the last one to call and see this immense stock of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the best things are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the crowd. You will meet with a hearty welcome ami be waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for pasc patronage, we are ; Respectfully, sX?JCLj OLDHAM & COMPANY. 1 r W SMj Mf dpVS M tlC m 0 0A w. Yellow Jack Preventative. Guard against Yellow Jack by keeping the sjstem thoroughly clean and free from germ breeding matter. Cascarets Candy Cathartic will cleanse the system arid kill all contagious disease I will at Trustee of Mrs Thos. O. Parrish oclu-tgerms. ami Wm. Parrish, on Navigation has been suspended beOetobor 27, 1837, tween Paducah and Evansville. Public - Sale! : :!! t :!!' Wriuity, 1 c. a FIRE SALE! I ! Tetter, and Uczcma. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad -- ascs have been permanently enred by it. It is cqnallv efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped bands, chilblains . fro?t bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Rheum Expose to public sale Mrs. Parrish's life estate in28 acres of land. I will also sell Wm. Parrish's interest ia his mothers' dowerand homestead, which is abent 10 acres Sale to take place at the residence of Mrs. Thos O Parrish on the Boonesborough Pike between 10 and 11 o'clock, a. m. Terms made known on day of sale. octl3-2- "5 rf&K $fy M$h( iM, at .. ..' ... 9 --- . as so e -- &r GS GS 33 3 5SiiSi5 . tS ..9eO S Our Fire Sale ! is ..9 an a Still Goine On m&r VS m '&s m&r aO OO Thos. J. Smith, Trustee. OF THE CONDITION OF THE N-- ! National itiinU. . 2174, Br. Caily's Condition Powders, are JCV' State of Kentucky, at just what a horse needs when in bad at ltlchmond. In theOct . 5, 1S37. close of business, the condition. Tonic, blood purifier and llKSOUnCES. Thoy are not food but vermifuge. Lonn ami medicino and the best in nso to put a Overdrafts, discounts and .unsecured $SS3.'fll 13 horso in primo condition. Price 25 U. S. ISond secured circulation 50.010 00 to secure jr.i 94 sents per package Siok. eecurttlea. tc a. ..- - Great Barga ms In BOOTS, SUOES, HATS and RUBBER SHOES for everybody Come and " S3S a OS 9 ( . .. a a .o a t CO O Other ril estate aud mortgages ned One New Orleaus doctor still insist Duoo from National Hanks (not re- . serve that no vellow fever exists in that city. Due agents) Rinks and Hankers from sinte Due from approved reserve CscARErsstimuUteliver, kidneys and Checks nnd other cash item a?cuts bowelsr Never sicken, weaken or gripe. Notes of other National Banks... fractional paper currency, nlikels ....... mavl-l- y and cunlsM... 10c. lawful Money llescrve in Hank, v'z: The big fire in Detroit caused a loss of Specie. tt,t3 oO . tou) tt) notes dollars. over half a million Uedemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5 per cent, of circulation) . Seed Wheat For Sale. Due f ro'u U. S. Treas'r thr than 5 per cent, redcmptii n fuua I have an extra quality of Michigan beiral-tendcr 37.07; 6T - '49 -- 4,750 V. 4 IO CI7 75 750 00 Oa. sa a sao s 532 16.M3 50 Sa. (( sse how CHEAP --- e 230 $5?8,C1 sa... a a... we will sell yon High Grade Goods. This Sale is Strictly for Cash, Xo Credit. ae ' . CO as a a Ited Fultz seed wheat for sale. 13-2- Total . CO a. a a- 90 e& 9 '! and having had long experience iirNew York, solitits patronage and guarantees satisfaction, as to fit. style aud price. She has the contract to make 41 uniforms for pupils of Madison Institute, and em septu-- 2t ploys six assistants. Coyle and Christian want geese, from Oetobor ICth on. oct 13-- 4t them In and get cash. Strayed or Stolen. LIABILZTIKil. M. B. White, $310.000 00 6 Harris, Ky. Cuuitalstoikpald in oct . . 4U.UUU UU unilii run l Undivided nrotlts. less expense ana 8.044 31 . taxes pa'd A NeV York Dress Maker Here. 4VOO 00 Naiio1 al Hank rotes outsianiJni? 2.G20 03 Due to othrr National Pankh. Mme. Boulander, ot the Willis House, Due to Mate Banks and Rankers 8,i7 10 chck :5.4S 31 fashionable dress making Individual deps!usulJ-ctt- i w engaged in 13.16S 28 Notes and bills redlscounted - Wallace & AAAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAAl pale-re- d HlVVe " ( -- ..e o a9 t9 ae 3S a tf State or Kextuckv.) Toti 1 - $5S8,0;4 CO ."aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacoaaa v m I. 11 E Turlet. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swt ar that the above statement Is true to tho beet of my knowledge and belief. K, E. TCSLKT, liisnier. 10,000 Subscribed and sworn to btfore me this 8th Octob r, 1807. Bring day of Jso W.CtOOKS. Jk, Notary Public Cuntt or Madisos " 99eaeeecQ s V . a. Coruect Attest; J H POWELL or cow, white hind feet, bel- and face: old, was taken np Saturday. about October 9th, and has since calved a red bull calf. Owner can have same by paying all Forty-thre- e charges Apply to W. S. Kine or which is ocU3-t- f K. B. TEEflILL, Chief Police. STRAYED!! Bmiv For Sale first-clas- ") a Cascaret, From Yagersville School House, in candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. Ebtill county last Wednesday night, a may5 lyr red bay mare, saddle and bridle, All the business houses in Medora, 111. about i$,4 hands high, a natural burned. racker ancl free goer. Ten dollars reward will be paid for deliverance of YellotY Fevor Orrms mare to Benjamin YVarfokd, breed in the bowels. Kill them and oct6-l- m Wagersvilie, Ky. you are safe from the awful disease. AVhen bilious or costive. eat W. T. TEVIS. E, D, BALDAKD - J Directors. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Notice to Creditors. acres of land, 12 acres ot river bottom land, with jjood dwe'liug house and stablo thrown in. One quarter nu!e from Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. For further particulars call on or aridies s ' TAX NOTICE! will be at tlw following places, on tlie dateo given, for the purpose of collecting AVhite Feptl.v5mo Madisox Circuit Cocbt. Adam "White's Admr., ic.. Plaintiffs, ) against Adam White's Creditors, Defendants.) All nersons havin? claims azalnst the estate of Adam White, dee'd , are hereby notified to file the same legally vennea, too ine undersigned on or before the 15th day of November, 1SST, or same will be barred. S. E. SCOTT. M. C. M. C. C octl3-2w J.B GRIMES. Ford. Kv. jas. j. McCarthy, Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter All work done promptly and neatly. I wor: for myself and not for the Richmond Wster .t IJtrht Co. Call for me at the Water &Oxi& I n Casearofs destroy the. germs through-ouMh- e system arid make it impossible for new ones to firm. Cascarete are the for young and only reliable old against Yellow Jack. 10c, 25c, 50c, octG-lall druggists. safe-gaur- d m M ASTER COM MISSIOKER'S Hotice to Creditors. Miss 'Margaret Brawner tried to mit suicide at Frankfort. - com- Fuds in JMeiiiciue. one-ce- nt I traveling-equipmen- There are fads in medicine as in every thing else and a "new thing" frequently sells for a short time simple because it is new. lint in medicine, as in nothing else, the people demand and will be satisfied only with positive, absolute merit. The fact thit Howl's Sarsaparilla ha3 stood its ground against all competition, nnd its sale have never wavered but have remained steadily at the .oP, demonstrates, beyond any doubt, the intrinsic virtues of this medicne. The new thing have come and cone but Hood's Sarsaparilfa rest upod the solid foundation oi absolute merit andits powejrto cure, and its sales continue to be the largest in the in, world. oct-C-l- m ,Pe-ru-n- Mr JlogerKing," living5 near Paris, Ky., was killedJin a runawayaccident, - . r ' -- c .. r S. ,i . "- i.t'",a.'m7- - 1 .. b,r W.r-- 45 n.- jK;iiiir hei ' ."rJusttrya 10c box of CMc&fetsjtiie' liver ad fcbwl ippdabMrever " 1 - - . i - .. M 'ijn - jntfHl T t- - - " m I Hall, Friday, Octohe- - 22. Office. jas. j. McCarthy. septlS It Union City, Saturday, October 23. Madimjx Circuit Co est. Waco, Thursday, Octnber 23. Lafayette Pcwell's Admr., Plaintiff, I will sell at public sale to the highest aJinrtruTiuinnjinjirinriruiruinrinnnfi against. Kingston, Friday, October 29. and best bidder, on my premises, beLafayette Pcwell's Heirs & Creditors, Defts Kewby, Tuesday, October 2(5. tween the hours of 10 aud 11 o'clock, AH peraon.i having claims against the estate , . Iteagan's Store, Monday, Octobcr25 a. m., on of Lafayette Powell, dee'd. , are hereby notified to file the sane lesally verified, with the under I Kirksvllle, "Wednesday. October 27. tne utnaay oi Piovemoer, signed on or .before 18S7, or sanw will be barred. At the same date Berea, Friday and Saturday, Octo sittings in this the Commisjaoner will begin his cause at his office in Richmond. Ky., to hear ber 22 and 23. j described farm, contain-in- ji such cviilencfl as may be offered by the persons CViQfiff The following of land. lyins en the waT D CimniHi! 237$ acres 8 E. SCOTT, in interest herein. u. octl3-3uiuiiuaaO) uuciiu. octl3-2jj M.CM.CC? ters of Silver Creek, and better known . FRESHEST GROCERIES, as"the J. B. Miller farm, being S miles MasterCeanissieier'sNKte teCreiiters from Richmond, Ky., and 2 miles from MASlJElt COMMISSIOMEB'S CANDIES, Silver Creek Station, adjoining: the lands of J. P. Simmons. S. K Ross, J. P. FRUITS and Jones and Mrs. J.'Hagan. The land is Maoison CiBcnrr Court. well wateied and fenced, Lurry good CAN GOODS residence, two excellent tobacco barns, Row' Admr., - - r Plaiutiff, At the lowest Price. two pood tenement houses, stable, ice Mxbisow Circuit Court. Heirs, - Defendant j house and all other necessary outbuildJas. A. Balliird's KieeHtor.TPlaiatiff , Good school within 1 mile of agsinstl All persons having ckircfl aaioet t!m ings. Said land m in two tracta,"oae Whftejwi Defendant. farm. estate ot James Roes, deVL, are hereby 80 V acres and the other 157 acres and All peraofli fcavtag clatec against tbe of saa whole. JhH3u are hereby aotttad to Sllh tlte undesigned 'i or J"?"10 ln """i" the will be sold separately andnay ot sate. Me tbe Nurt&Mlfr wi.1d. with tke Terras made Known oa nedc WOT .orMuoettiil . r .IIU.t...l ra.. ".-- . 7" .."t t W. T. - n I 66 MrrMi a g- taxes for 1897. be on hand r Be sure and 'tt)g PUBLIC SALE! Uiiii, Hh U, W, The Best Flour w Notice to Creditors. J. ") Jas.-.lloee- 1 Jk .c tt itr i- l- u-m-H j..' moi Jfi tiZ"0 M?. Drown, a .i tfrt23-3- w r. XMmmKy. fe ijzzLuLa rfA- A. D. Smith. J1 - " -- " The Richmond Climax. YOUR WATCH -- l fr5--l- l ft w -- - is a most delicate mechanism. It need attention. It pay to Lave n pood watch first of all Then it pay to keep it in perfect order. A watch needs cleaning every hix months as much as does your face every day. It pores rct closed. We are expert repairers. A Fine Watch cost three times as much, twenty years ago, as it doi s now. Machinery has reduced the expense of mAing. We have some very fine, solid pold watches of the best 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 ottering you at higbargains. We are clearing out our ladie belts at cost. Have something new in a silver cleaner. je.'50-i- We Send if FREE! y ARMEK, The Main St. Jeweler. 1 I Ad M Prwafa r-- K&tsY fit. xaLj"fc the House. Is :i good thing to apply in The possibilities of paint for both ornamentation and preservation are unlimited. Painting1 is also a delightful recreation to those of artistic BEAUTIFUL. tastes. Supplies Ji'id everything1 used in the world of art. ...OUR STORE... II "Mi Is headquarters for Painter's if Mark you, don't forvet tlmt all of our 10 cent "all paper has been reduced to FIVE CENTS. We furnish 10 tviit wall paper with 'J inch border, Iiuiitr on walU. lConm 10x14 .'! 00 1'oom 12I4 15 o0 Ilixim 14x10 We make Window Shades ar.d Picture Frames, all sizes and km Is See our line of picture and room mouldings. ....... ... 5J-- S 2 7" G0. septl-ly- r M. WILLGING. West Main street, 2!H BED WETTING CURED OR SOPIY. Mss B. M. ROWAN, Wis. mch3-ly 'ta VTHE JJ 1 ee ?? I wuur Price, J5X)0 IS THE WONDER 0? THE AGE tested by bon THIS wahcr has and Madison countv famimany Richmond without a rival for efflies, an'l stands iciency, simplicity, durability and cheapness Thousindi of ladies in all parts of the country are us'nrc this maschinc.and declare it to be the only washer that has reliccd them from ly to-d- jy drudgery of wash day. "We give satisfaction, or the money will be refunded. Hvery washer is warranted for Cvcyears.'and if any pirt sire out within that time, ue will replace it free of charge will sell it with the positive guarantee tint it will ' a "Busy Bee" Washer I have prclia-,herom Mr. K I'. Lingford. and ray wife gave it It does the work a trial and is much pl9a-d- . iisrlectlv and is not tirexome REV. J. W. HILL. The above U one of many testimonials received in this city. Among onr references we refer to the proprietors of The Climax, who hive purchased washers and are well pleased with them. Remember the Price is Only, - - - $5.05 d RiCiiMjNu. Ky., July 5, 1897 1 For further particulars call on orajldres B. P. MNGFORD, auRll-3m Box 98, Richmond, Ky. BOLD ON AX AJL.soluto Giinrnutcc, i a 5 K JVfc DONALD'S WORM POWDERS TO IS 1 jl I; A CELEBRATED 1. r TMCCRCATEST WORM DESTROYER of thc tec. ASr AflfO PLCASnNT it t TAK. 7t Smallest dose. Easiest to take. Entirely vegetable. Most certain and never- faillnir Worm Destroyer UVfcR DISCOVERED. y Sold for a quarter of a with conimuallv incrcas- Think a moment. Does this not mean merit ? era-t'irnt;d'e-ianil. V va A 125,000 Children yearly Sent to their Graves by Worms. HcDONALD'S 5 BOX. Una. jntTCE,drasgUU andJ?a3K.In medicines. dealers For sale by all f CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. Manufactured only by the proprietor, ( J. A- - MoDONAIJD, may5-6m- o ... o-,- 0 .HE PATS THE . . TOU :PAY FOR THE FREIGHT. . . . DRINKS. iSSSSSSS SSS8S995SSSSS$ . pportnnity and every Having Opened be poue. Jusi now, QUESTION. chanc hands, demon liko'and greet! dark, are t inline away from ug our Nirholaaville Democrat liberty and the haggard and about vhich such tender recollecAm I a crank, or am I not? Somehow tions cluster forniH of honest fathers; the christian or other, iteeeois Turn bound to turn in- - j . ...... as that of o o tlinmrli T ntn Krt llittOrl V Olt-- UHIlUUI.llllll.Jl Willi l.UHl "U.IKI-"Mother" . .In..ni... 41. n n.m.. . -- w, .Ktl.lr ........ HAW s..c u..i.c posed to it I have alivuvA had a irreat '. she who rawed and miserable, tell only roo contempt for a crank, and to think that gone. No watched AT 21G EAST MAIN. .,.r,lv ..?.nnL.inff. bv ly that our liberty is almobt our helpless violent Biases into ft 'crank, paralyzes Ungiwgeran tell of thedistress in this At 1HlTtl-infancy and k cmntry. The pi. lure cannot be am prepared to take all kinds of a cough a hacking, racking, ow 8 u.e li.qulsiiive my very being. guided our of second-han- d and nothing but deieriuination rasping cough that irritates the furniture, Much will want to know what is the mat- first totter, as lungs and leads to dire results. us to clocks, bedsteads, mattresswith me, and why I am turning into , born of despair ill ever enable ter It is in such cases that inc: step. ,. ,,.... off thai vke that now galls our side-board- s, wa a craiiK uii i ...1 uu I.....I..,. nv.ov . throw i m uiuura. v j iThe life of es, bureaus, jj ' man who necks. way of thinking, a crank is a couenes, in iact anytnmg 3Tou every ExA nfZai Wm believes differently from every one else Hasto ye, 0 haste ye, the ruin to. stop! want to dispose of in the line 1 s-ar Let's g"" iroui the bottom btnuglit up to m i p rnti ar-Honey concerning a certain thiin:. Therefore -T" the top; Mother is of furniture or old cast off DPsn I Si VA E iff H Vb2n I am a pessimistic, croaking, crank. Anil there with the banner of liberty KtkLllI Iff stoves beset with clothinjr, second-han- d Ftttllll, When I look arjund me and see so 'mM-'-danger. also do upholstering, caruuny men who are a reproach to the Quick death to all fraud, this freeman's riage top bold baud. CURE CONSTIPATION God who mule them, whose minds have J. C H. All work to ALL dogfennel pitch and been turned into a Wihnore. Ky., 10, 1S07. !0c., proves its ronderful efficacy. made a feeding ground for June bugs, assists Nature in the change taking order so The cause of thc trouble is DRUGGISTS. who have no regard for themselves, eradicated the, irritation is alplace that the Expectant Mother is SATISFACTION GUARANTEED LINGORDON, I wish WATTERSON, layed the lungs are healed and their neighbor nor thir country, enabled to look forward without dread strengthened and cold leaves cnildcall from thetkies thunderbolts to the hour when she experiences the COLN, LEE. respectfully solicita share HERiTQRiOUS MEDICAL- - DISCOVERY OF IHE AGE thc system as snow disapocars that would strike tl.eui b indand speceh-le- s joy of Motherhood. It insures safety of before the, sunshine of spring. patronage. Is an Inor eNe make men out of them. to both Mother and Child, and ihe is tr. Bell's lor all lane and bronchial remedy fallible OF AVINCHESTGR GIRL'S ESTIMATE lauguag Arc your bowels irregular? Too much? Too Utile? i hen let ascarexs regutate found stronger after than before conWM. BROCK A1 AN. This niiy not be very troubkfl, sllfiht or revere. All drngctsu sept8-ltH5a5K SOc and 11.00 a boctle, or It hell It at I.A 4 t f about it. THE QUARTEfTE. Not iiiuuii sntiinoiit.iliiiii finementin short, it "makes Childwill be sent opon receipt of price. nSm. them. Cascarets will educate your bowels and mase tnem act Tk E, E. SUcrl4 HcdltUt Co rsAwaa, Ij. birth easy," as so many have said. Uut in a eise like this, FREE: C20.00 : COLD, Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but Vr is as much out ot phtce as or- I 1 ?1 O" Blcycli.dold Watch, Cascarets make weak bowels strong, and keep them strong all the Hiss Annie Croxton 'Sara True" in "WiA V Kinz, or a bcnolarshlp in naments on a hearse. 1 talk with nun nchester Democrat j year round. Cascarets kill disease germs throughout the sysiem, wlu are inrcllienj on nm.--t biilijects, Mr. Henry Watterson delivered the colvo ing they talk business yet, when it romesto more In ten Dont wait till Fomtli of duly address on Lincoln at "My wife suffered two children minutes with arsliip in most any other reputablecan be S, and prevent all summer complaints. than the did and vote less intel igeaily than a lunatic Lexington, ami this is thc way a gifted either ot her other I&sUhaving previously used lege or literary school in the U. for the Yeuths G by doing a little worlc at hone altogether with her joirnaL protect youl in the asvluin. L man's vote brought writer, related in Kichinnnd, sizes up tour bottles of "Mother's Friend." It is a bless- Advocate, on illustrated get sick, but let CASCARETS ing to anyone expecting to become a mother, It is eleviUng in character, moral in tccc, and down on his own head, and no one the living unil the dead: says a customer." Hinderson DALE,CirmL,IlL especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by peoel&eV, the lie si richly " Then came one who was royally J ijo PER BOTTLE. ple of all ages. Stories and other interreting Sit by Malt, on melit of price.mailed free, containing Ikiok "To Expecunt Mothers nutter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. C2TAII Diugxlsts. or by mall for price, ioc, 23c 3c, then I would say oie any way you Taluable Information and voluntary testimonial!. Mr. Watterson whose fame we TO Agents wanted. Address Youths Advocate rub. a box. Sample and booklet free. Addrejs , Mention this paper J Co., Nashville, Tenn. to; but when that votedirec ly cures me all appreciate and who in a critical an- Thc bradficlo regulator co.atla-ita.gxSTERU.NO REMEDY COMPANY. t BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. aagl8-laud rellects on my intelligence, and Iain alysis and in a liberal and generous char. Cfclcan: MotKl. Cu.S N 25-yrwerles3 to helep myself, then it is that acter treatment, sent flashes of matchYoung and Old. I would speak what I think if it cost me less eloquence to the eais of all in his Wanied-- An Idea FOR STATE SENATOR. GEQ. T. FARRIS all my front teeth. The time has come tribute to Abraham Lincoln. Rejoice with us Pro'ect your Idea: they may bring you wealth. JOHN WEUDEKDUICI tc. CO.. Patent sweet words and soft language Write when I was brought up on the Confederacy Wasbtogufu. D. Cfor their J1.8J) prite offer George T.'Farris, a MndiBoncount in the Discovery. and OA of mo hundred lnTentlou wanted. iniit-- t be laid aside aud forked lightning with he "Life of Lee" and 'The Kiso man, son of Farris, of Silver wmmmmmmBmmmvmmmmmmimw.mmammmmammaKVlmwmwBBmmmm!i.mmmmmwmmmmmm!!sammmmused in their stead. You hear men and Fall of the Confederacy" for birthand excusing thc cause of our day presents and Christmas gifts, and Greek, was nominated last Thursday I When a man has snfiVnd for year r,2Ssr?-zJ,sSJV'&... T'??tWfrrsW?r JOU--Ck.7rf""s "v. with a weakness that blight tus life and hard timed aon when yon begin to pin the "Veteran" with its place on the big by the Democrats of Garrard, Boyle, fiJ? h B :S$ CO xTrt tf B ff ff B LBD -Casey and Lincoln for State Senator. robs him of all thatreally n? e life them down, not being able to meet you I I rr 8 8 I i wu ft C f- f-l n Ift B w u b 1 I n B Eft n y. r a ta & table by the family IJible as my Shoiter h h n worth living, if he avail himself nf a Mr. Farris is a Democrat in full I hey will excomplete cure, why not possess the .noral with reason or judgement, Cant iun. 0 er the library tloor in the every principle advocuse themselves by telling yon that they place f "I Need Thee Fvery Houi" sympathy with courage to stop his downward couree cated by his part', and lie has the We will tend von by mail, ACS0LIMC are honest in their balief whenever you there .nigs a beautiful our Ml IU MM Hit I hY FHKK, in plain packace, the All o ear 'hat yon may set it down that one lmuioruil Lee, while in the breakfast courage to advocate them. I'aiverfnl UK. IIUFFMA.N'S VITAL Climax" sends him greetinc The trom Mining and TransporUiion Company, things is certain: they are either room as we give thanks we are bowed in TAHLlirS. with a legal guar uf two and God speed, and promises to do antee to permanently enre HIST MAN unmitigated liars or are criminally igno- the ever living presence of Jell' all the hustling along the Garrard SKXUAL IIUIII), 4 rant. There never was a man that Davis, John Morgan aud Stonewall Organized under the Laws of West Vinrinin. ST(P.S forevei Madison lines in its power VKH:iH'BLrl couldn't give a good reason for hU Jackson. In the lull instead of "Wel- and XlfillT EMISSIONS and all unnatural DEMOCRACY BOUND TC WIN. drains. Returns to former appearances honesty. It is his dishonesty that he come," the glorious banner furled out to cannot defend with reason If he does the stars hangs in one corner; in the emaciated organs Divided In 500,000 shares of $10.00 each, fully paid and No C. O. D- - fraud nor recipe deception Courier-Jotirn.not know enough to diUingush between other, the first charge at Gettysburg'. If shares are now oflered for subscription at 10 per cent, of their face value. TiiE Louisville wc would not send honesty If we could not rnre, company will be and dishonesty, then he is crim- my father changes his coat as often as and other gold bug papers of the close The subscription list of this expressly reservedoffered on August 27, 1837, and the right to same without notice is hereby by the Company. our medicine KKBB to try, and pay when inally igorant, and ought to be thrashed three times each day, just as often is the State would have us believe that as this may not satisfied. Write Address twice each day until ho exercies the little blue and silver button of Lee's Hindmnn, the gold bug Democratic appear again. I OFFICERS. The personal of the Roard of Di- -' mind which God gave him until he de- head taken out and replaced. It is from candidate for Clerk of the Court of rectors President, F. 11 Gkiswoi.d, President warrant and ollicers is such as to Medicine Company,. velops enouGh of it to undcistand the Western beyond question a living history not from partial histo Appeals, will get 50,000 votes at the Griswoid StoraRe & Wnrebouse Co , yet energetic .management, prudent. which LUOKrOEiTED. Kalamazoo, 3Iicli. simplest needs of humanity. Men whose riansfrom one who f jught and would November election, This we are not Cbicago. bring to the company success. Vice-PreGeo. V. PiiALix.Presidcnt will tho toes protiude, like turtle heads, from have died for Our 1Ht Cause, that I inclined to believe, pays the 9 All the iindGen'l Mgr. Pbalin Warehouse prominent gentlemen interested arn their toeless shoes, with the misguided have known our Southern heroes. So Courier, but if he does the and successful in comfe Furniture Co., Chicago. pnd manufacturing circles; ends of their shirts protruding through when Mr. Watterson began I thought 1 election of Sam J. Shackelford, the Second ., READY TOHo.v. H. J.Tonkk, mercial have had mining and commercial extheir pants at a point amidships, will knew a little something too, about Mr. Democratic nominee, by an immense Counselor at Law, Chicatro. and beg a "chew of terbakker, and swear Lincoln which hedidu't exactly know, majority, is assured. Every vote See'j- - and Treas., F. 11. Wiieklkk, perience buyingpossess well kuon and selling and the Sec'y Colorado Mining Co. Form- ability in they haven't had anything to eat but and if at the close there was she J u,ion that lliiidinan receives, above the appointment of responsible and coin erly Dawson City. N. W. Ter. petent men t act as agents and manornbrcd for six months, and will, on him a greatness hitherto d'jsissocia ed paltry 5,000 cast in this State last fall, Our factory on Laurel Street in agers. Tho ofllcers are all active, h ha1, look at yon like sheep with him, it was because the or.aor but increases Shackelford's majority; is now running, ami we an DIRECTORS. successful, selfmade, hard workint; prepared to fill orders for twist of Killing tloga, and their families the last made him great through his genius. Lntif from the very siniplo fact that that business men who devote all thetr Wm C. Ross, Sec'y Interstate Buildrut of cornhread, tney do not deserve that orator in whom all Keutucki.ins vote will come olf the vote cast for ing nnd Ixmn AsVn,ChkiKO. time to the success nf the company - inpathy. They know betterbut haven't oi Rfciami," Henry, mere is no dead timber in the (0111-feel a just j.ride, would himself be great McKinley. The gold bugs in ac- S. 0. Ukowx, pany no Bank nor Railroad PresiIII. the manhood to do better. If'you want er, let his genius gain unwonted inspira- counting for thoir bad showing last them to help stand by the interests tion from the fragrance of some South- fall have always claimed thatO.OOO W. C Griswold, Lumber Merchant, dents, no useless politicians with high sounding names. "3. M.-CChicneo. of the poor man, the will promise you ern llower. of their number voted for McKinley. Ciias. H. Skio, Pros. Chas. II. Seig A few weeks since wo let the conto do it. They will talk louder than tract for five river steamers of about Mfg. Co. Kenosha. Wis whose If that be true and they will this came Gen. Gordon, Then "Pair A am body. The will aud sweat and statesmanlike oratory inspires a better year vote for their own candidate, M. M. Fkekiiax, Hay Commission 100 ton each, also two small steamer-- ; drawing only 15 in of water when oO Merchant, Chicago. 'chaw terbakkers" and then go to the love in us, one for the other, bringing the Democratic ticket will win by an L. W Westox, Grain Commission loaded for transportation of supplies J o Brands, three grades. We can save you polls, stick their heads in a noose, and 00. overwhelming majority. There is i small Merchant, Chicago. monev. Send us a trial order; you will be led. like lambs, to the slaughter. about that sweet fellowship between the not one . In addition we have under conDemocrat in a thousand who R V Toby, with Nat. Bank of Repub.;:; y North and South. But somehow I can't '.'...eO be gl.ul with our products. r- struction one. and have an option on C3SSQSGS3-3Qlic. pleased to hear from country mer- They arenopart of a man fur a hog has too get it drummed into my head that 1 voted for Bryan latt fall who will ooco aa 9 e R. M. Ricowa', of Brown, Lewis Cycle two other oeean steamers which will much sense for that; he will ile- want the Hues wiped out. 1 somehow vote for either the gold bug Demochants. ply between Seattle and Alaskan Co , Chicago. itis r be led nor (liiven. Uut there don't like the blue coat and the gray cratic ticket or the Republican ticket 3IAKTIN Sieg, Sec'j' Chas. II. Sieg points. Ross, White Further, it is onr intention to fit up arc others! Others of large caliber, made over into one motley garment, no this fall If the enemy divide their Mfg. Co., Kenosha, Wis. Ririuioxi), Ky. 49 and maintain already established llig guns. Men of social position and man could wear with pride or honor. 1 vote between tho gold bug and stores and build new trading stations influence. They are men that lived off heleive in individuality distinct and well ticket their utter confusion for the sale and distribution of sup of the fat of the land. Men at whose The chief object of the Company is defined. I like lines' straight lines-li-nes is inevitable. We can beat them to carry on a general trade and to plies that will be required to in part, g SO MET Ml IS G enormous demand in this fe"t poor w retches bow down, aud offer on which a man may stand and both together, and we can wipe the develop the gold fields of Rritinh supply the S homage. Men who dwell in palares and region. ? Every earth up with them when they split conand Alaska, know his beariugs lines without It is the intention of the Company their forces. We hope that Hindmnn America the Klondike including nnd live in ease and luxury., aud, like leeches district $ OUGHT TO to engage at least 200 men owning or fusion. Let each 6tay firm on his own will get a large vote, that our gold others equally as rich. sii. k the lifeblood of the nation away. representing 1,000 shares of stock line looking out to the other with that bug friends will vote for their canWhile other companies are trying each to be ready to t They are the ones who lead the poor love of compassion that is kind aud for- didate nnd not play traitor to him as March loth, they did to Palnier and Muckner last to locate claims in the gold regions, 1898 with our first expedition for the dogs to the Slaughter. .They are the "Tho Iviclimoml, Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited with the l.tr. officers of this Company, being gold fields of the North West. These the bearing. fall, and then we shall bee who is abend of ones that make Sunday School speeches them all, have secured men will receive a salary, free trans- circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Madison county Too much of the bloom of chivalry w ho. options on the most promising prop- portation, supplies and tool--- , for one the Eighth Conjrrosional District." and tell of the importance of working for The oti'y paper in Madison was scattered and lost before the witlier-in- g erties to be obtained. which support-- , till tlie lem.n-- ' year, also percentage of the findings the master, and then go into their hanks blasts of warfare lor us not to guard iiotninee-.- . from President to t and contribute thousands of dollars to 1.25 la Advance. SUBSCRIPTION, YOU AY Me. jealously and with sacred care the root Shares, par alue, $13.00 each ; For Sale for a Limited Tine at SI.CO each. buy up legislatures and debauch cause for which we bled. As an old and bring want and misery upon the said: Why thel's ther reason we fellow the poot of the lai.d. They are the BenTHE LOUISVILLE fit kae we conldu' agree, and I jea' edict Arnolds who get control of your DISPATCH'S hav' my old gray jacket wnipt Jow' ter Suite 1401-2-3-- 4 Manhattan Building, CHICAGO. forces an then betray you into the round me when I jine the gret army and hand of the enem'. They are the ones "HAMILTON" Subscription for Stock can be taken at Office of thi-- Paper. march under ther banner uv ther Kiug." who. while imprinting the kiss upon spt22-6Sak.vTkuk. A UTOGRA your brow will handcuff you with strong hands of steel and then laugh at jour rKKVlCNT "forirettlnB to chaJre.', ASOUT HOUSES OF REFORM. SffW calamity. They are the Fclfish ran-all'KKVK.NT dlspulM oifr accounts, GIVES THE GOHSUMER SATISFACTION, l'KK i:NT niltal;ps of all kinds, HIGH GRADE WORK who study their own interests and work ACCL'ItATlCLY rwnrj casll sales, ' Lexington Gazette hsVK Consequently is best for the Dealer to handle. for their own iptereat,. and by threats 1IAKK tliree bills at one writing. and intimidation aud fraud aud biibery, The General Assembly, at its session Useo Br Retailers Everywhere. Send for A Full Line of Write for circular. elect unscrupulous scamps to office and in ISO'.!, p.ifcted an act to ehtablish two BUGGIES, Catalogue and Hamilton AiitograDliic ReiisterCo. dictate to them what chull or shall not be institutions, one foi hoys and one for $1,000.00 in Cash to Be Gtren Aiv.iy SURREYS, to tho Person "Who Makes the Best Prices HAMILTON, OHIO. done. I believe Shakespeare or some irls, to be known as the 'House' of He Kitimatc on thc Kcsult or the Noj&tW&eBE I PHAETONS, TheGre.it st T3arains ever offered to the peo- other fellow was right when he said: appropriated one liuudie-- l form," and vember Election. may26-6iP-pie of M; virion county. TiOAD WAGONS, plastic masses, in the hands of the tliousand dollars "for the purpose of AU Worls 'The class es. purchasing "rounds am tie erection and Every Subscriber to tho Baity or Sec, &c Guaranteed. "Weekly Dispatch Will Be Kntitlcd Are moulded into a lot of long eared furnishing ot ru'i table buildings thereK5& to One Guess for Every Dollar Paid jackasses " "fBOVETAilL COMPANY!"" $&j for." This act became a law in the sumUpon Ills Subscription. "HotWng else Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $S.OO There never was a truer truth uttered. mer of 1896, but for want of funds in j C"'0ahlig:' Sit Manufacture j , CRAVyFORDSVILLE, 1ND. AJ en's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 rg& Then what must we do to save our- the Slate Treasury, has not been en- Guesses May Be Made Until O P. M., The most refreshing and selves? Thpre is one thing Salesroom, November 2, 1807. and onlj forced. DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS IS THE WHITE. Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. 21iE.li!sCt. pleasant Soap for the skin. The Lonlsvllte Dispatch's First and Secone thing tjiat we call do and that Since the passage of the act of 1S97, ond Gucsslu- - Contests having aroused so Men's Shoes SO cents. mafiS - dm much in every ptecinct, in every whereby all auditors' warrants bear in- one Is Interest among Its readers, a third Indies' Shoes SO cents. surely be county, in every ttate, let's organize. ter bt from thc date of issuance, funds the now announced, which ALU SUCCESS OV A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. The let's call it The Poor Man's League. should now be provided for the enforce count Dispatch v. 111. as soon as the official mlm srfijgJEjj of the November. 1S37, In Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. t La's come together and demand out meut of the net of 1890. It is a burning Kentucky Is announced, give to the subrtniv ra arrHi.rtiJtartiJtartiJMrtairtiJtairamirataiiuairaa-rscriber who makes thc closest guess to the Duck Suitings 9 cents a yard up. r.ght3. Let's put our shoulder to 1 ol ral .haine upon the philanthropy of the actual plurality of the successful candiil.ite tT'TLf Sailors from 5 cents to $1. and without ngard to color cr commonwealth that these institutions for Clerk of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, ut the election, November. 2, 1537. sex, age or creed, roll the wagon out of Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a vard. GUTANEQUS iiti have been so long neglected. Govornor One Thousand Dollars in Cash. the traitors camp into the camp of Ameri- Ulackburn, urgeif the impnrtanc and neStraw Mattings f i;oni 12i cents to 20 ets per yd. V-'Every to thc Dally or Weekly can liberty. We cannot wait much cessity of providing means of reformaDNpatch can make one guess for every dolWOsS upon his from tion for juvenile criminals instead of lar lie payaNiiKinber 2, 1S31, nt p. in., this aftdate uutit tRutrjsistrr.: tcr tke 0$y confining them in the walls of the er which tin no more guess? will be reIOltXT KUP.SCRY?BAT1 i.sa to become more debased and ceived. y mm ("iiesses be made npon ponpons rnt and maibil to Thr dcr? HBwSVS. irtS corrup by intercourse with the harden- u from Tin- Company, with one dollar nals of that institution. In ed ci i each conpon nsed. wm All hose outside of Loulxvllle wlin guess n e of his efforts for the relief of lasts twice as lone; as others. It mnst be mall subscribers. The p.iper will prison, and for the purpose of ! delivered free to LouNvllIe, New Albany the S ate Atrial w"'l convincs yoa of its preat 1 ffS&l merit, win piecse ins zncs; lasuaious. wpara iug the convicts for minor nnd nnd JefTersonvllIe subscribers. ttilB Up Town, Klein & Son's Old Stand, Richmond, Ky. W'jfJ Send One Dollar for the Weekly, or SI graver offenses, the Eddyville prison Dollars for the Dally (except Sunday), or CHARLES F.MILLER, Z57Z: Klirlit Dollars for Dally nnd Sunday, or Two was established, which it was hoped Dollars for the Sunday edition, and rememmCNCH KILLED TOILOT Mfr.ot mm yuu get one guess for each dollar sent ber SOAPS AND PHFU.V.CIiY, " could be used as a House of Reform, but In. A man may say or think which, on account ot the crowded Lancaster, Perm. If you are alrerdy a subscriber, your tlm wKSSmSm what he pleases but just the will li? extended for as long mm ESTABLISHED, 1859. of thc Frankfort rison, has been money pays the subscription. n time as your same, personal appearance m m Kfv . K' ' v m v Agents nlll be allowed the regular comcuts a big figure in success. occupied by nil classes if criminals. neat, cleanly mission on alt the guesses that they send A ftilBl looking man, with the fresh The spiiit of humanity iVmanrfs the In, but the paptrs thus ordered, wliwuer of juvenile convicts from Dally or Wei kly or Sunday, must be sent " other things beinir equal. separa'iou by mall aud not put la with the agent's ' adepts in crime, and the legislature, ap-- package. J outstrip the man who isn't wholesome-lootinrPJli wilt be turnare received ciating the efforts of Mrp, Charles and edAs guesses the treasurer theythe companr. Many men imagine that hard work ., ove'r to of " hustling " they call it counLs for every- other philanthropic ladies on behalf of Mr. W. J. Ilalrd. to be deposited and held TJ3LZE1. Sl-Z-MM man thing. In the long run the 6 until the youthful afTenders determined to estab- the nlgbt close of the contest at o'clock oc who takes time to think of his health and of November 2. andkath-rskaThey will be sealed up In the presence of his personal appearance outstrips the recklish the two "ilousps of ltefonn" as Has Recantly beea Converlea Into a Modern Palace Many men are three Judges on the morning ot November S, less, neglectful "hustler." held back in the struggle of life by their above indicated, and the law providing and turned over to them to be deposited In LOW AT IrtU Hank until the o personal appearance. Through neglect of for their establishment sliotild be enforc- the vault ofcount Union National the SecreHalls Jind Entrance sre Marble pnd Tiling of tho Finest Quality. Is declared by the oCIelal the digestion their blood gets full of imtary of State, when they will be opened ed with all possible alacrity. show themselves 1! purities and humors whichthc shape of skin In the presence of three Jndges and comFmi on the face and body in imiifci. iVJ The act establishing the institutions pared, and the name of the successful guess. I) 000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Fleers affections, blotches, eruptions, eczema and er will be announred In the Dally couters upo i the commissioner by Weekly Dispatch as early aa possible, and scrofula. uud - - - iW BEIMMIiniS, PARLOUS AND UPPEU HALLS. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery whom they are to be controlled ' power cbeck paid to the snccessfni iniesser. Wm drives all impurities front the blood and to receive, by gift or purchase, suitable If two or more persons should tre npon money will be the successful guess, the enres all forms of skin affections. It is the divided between them. great blood pnrifier, liver invigorator and building sites for sail, institutions, to Offlccaj.and DIningRcom Beautifully Decorated and Brll- mm Send for Sample copies containing Couflesh builder. It corrects all disorders of consist of tracts of land of not ltss than Tnf" i itt 11 rvii-f- - 111 tifTi4l-- i pons. Address all letters containing guesses the digestion. Thousand have testified to V, one hundred acres in the vicinity of hnd remittances to Wm. - Ilalrd, Trewurcr. its merits. Druggists sell it j. iiqihij ngniea. Wm. Smothers. Esq.. of MlUston, Jackson, Co., borne city or town." DISPATCH PUELISHIK9 CO., Wis., writes. "I wish to say that Dr. Pierce's 121 rtiJ Wherever Uicsa institutions shall be Medical Discovery is the best medicine Jl Golden rTGHEST GRADEL 44G W. Main St.. lnlsvllle. Ky. for the.grip that I luve ever tried." Its Equipments througboHt arc without a Superior in the South, rate of locate 1. by all means let them be cstali-isli-ed Jt EASY RUNNING, HS1 ? " Health is the best endowment " and a - c at once, that tlie woik of reclaimSERMCEABLE. . Charges Considered. l the best investment. Dr. Ll iBIrtt leL: ing young criminals may begin. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser 3; Every Wheel Guaranteed. mmmWimmim?i m jwm j&mmmmmmm fTySIrHlSrrHJS teaches women how to take care of the WHAT'S THE MATTER? THA3 THE longer. J5er i- ul s .i There is no Word so Full of Meaning a blootl-boDis- ht ir-mL- f u., 'n, I.,a v$ plain-To.ci-i- w SecondHand Furniture Establishnient In the Toils DR. BELL'S ht , over-Jac- Pine "Hrat II Ml F$i 1 I 1 rifl m & SZ mm t w . wKEEPYOUR - BOWELS STRONG ALL SUMMER ANDY CATHARTIC f-n- $ pectant , I I 4m ta 1 fa 'Mother's Friend" mattresses. I trimming, renew Up fo ts 25c, 50c. ur MMI -- ili-de- c y -, A seuti-ineiitii-- m jii "Mother's Friend" fit 27-2- semi-month- & m & wel-CJin- WEAK MMN9 y 24 SSS Attor-Bey- s4VWif I water-color- of xyMu -- sept-S-i- y hI ?V -j--- !r? E-- -- -s w-- j . t lT' reAWAWAWAWAWAWAAAiiV WHi-ft!r-&.(HK-& A pu 1 UH P White & -- rl m m SKLK-A15HS- K, WKAK-NKS- S. CAPITAL STOCK, $5,000,000 Gihson nl to-da- PLEADERS I ! AVill-iiunsto- s. Vice-Pres- SUPPLY THE TRAD Rii'h-nioii- 1 UMIL m e Pine Goods, 7 9 er, 1 " ud II u jj Jieb" cu-j- s 1 he East Is Kspe-ciall- -- 0 or Market Merchant USE. J t llv if Ffon) Roweir? iev5papef bireciorij. st-ir- t thegov-ernmci- it J GET IT. Chllkat Gold Joining and Transportation Co. s m 1 PHICG H Men's Working Pants c bfoL-kecp- tn 1 m .jUt tt ) like it:" w.L" Look at these Prices: ;e m M T fpwWs .JSoap. jEmm0fmMmB W M m m ! . sulc-ertbe- r subM-rlptloi- i C pen-itcnti-- rv HBm Sisgv ladies' m J m rm ,1- Ltea5t Jl? m-- DU-i!.- ''j 111 con-seq- eiicb.-i-i- spj mi 1 Hi I fiU m k Bargains Now! Bargains Forever! m THE HEW YORK STORE sm 1 .7ft.-f- t' con-diiio- n w well-dresse- Kentucky Shoe. Grain Drills rffi pr ROfaQTUQK 1 easy-goia- g mm and Superior Disc Grain Drills lis '- THE WILLAR DHOTE jOTJISTV I BICYCLES BE pB sp ip 3 B. B. Shackelf or u a L0e vaii S Int' J- "UUlt in Ullll one -- Eg of these drills and increase vour m ' n,..i..it.L..J health-preserv- vield one third. 5en,l for I B&SiPSM C'iGLE MFG. CO., As- Phone 3. Second St. JilOITMOJSU?, KY. Iv itpona wun NORTHAMPTON, MASS. ResacRflhf. rfMler lavltrA 4a us. health of every member of thc family. It saves doctor's bills. It contains io33 pages, over 300 illustrations. Several chapters are devoted to the reproductive physiology of women and diseases that unfit young women for wifehood and yonng wives for d copy, send .motherhood. For stamps, to cover the cost of mailiat one-ceng- onIyt to the World's Dispensary Medical Association, Bufialo, II. Y. For fine clcth bhjdisg, scad to ceate estfsVjt ceatt La all. paper-coverent LAND FOR SALE 1 ' e w "Vbnt become3 of all the pim? One factory in Birmingham, JSngland, manufactures, every working day, 27,000,000; and't!he other pin factories inEngland turnout 19.000,000 more every day. Then there are pin factories ,in Gerreany aud tti.:i-- i su- - , I " U1-NSK"- V .. 'j' ?n te '. . fi! -- ' .R.n5. 7 have 45 acres of land for Eale. This land lies in the Foxtowa recinct, direct on n county road, well watered and fenced, new moderir bou,e; very" productive. I an bo bought cheap. 5Ateo mv bnnin nlnr of TO nerpR riiroot on the Foxthwn and Booneelioro pike. ij-KJ,.- . s, T W riAPHTSfVfC. , laaniuaiTHiiTHJiBipHi mmm&imm&mm rSlSrrSlffiraajEi! "' ' THEJI-IMjiXv 3 mm RjEiS, -- , pVEE j "ay.. BeeTEsjHindcd :?2 is'-?-- '" "l- - '' &o j lnThUJ)ecntIniprnTemo.l. lo,ooo St S2.50 PER DKY, Mm, lr, few