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COUNTY, I KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, m tucky orator, soldior and statesman, KO'.V TO MAKE FARMS BEAUTIFUL. General Cassius M. Clay, who for bixty-fiv- e m years has been an interestMany farms and homesteads have a ing and picturesque figure in the affairs desolate appearance because the odd of his State and Nation, arrived last corner and bits of giound are left until! evening from his home at "Whitehall, ed and giow up m unsightly weeds in Ivy., and will remain in the city for . summer ai9 become dreary and barren several dayp, with headquarters at the looking in the winjor. It is too often Grand Urutus J. Clay and wife, of thee sethut whatever plots of land are Richmond. Ky., hisson and daughter-in-law- , imputable for coltivation because of him. The olneci of his I. it smallness or bwause inconven-mutl- y trip here is to submit his ejes to the situated are left in this wild con treatment of a local oculist, a cataract dition and mar the effect of an otherformation having recently considerably Ab9oli::!y ?ure wise well kept larui orjseautiful home. obscured hisevesight. In a recent report on "Experimental General Cby will be 87 years old the Farms, " issued by tbe Canadian govO ett. 19th of this month, but his thick shock WZ ernment, "W. T. Macouu, foreman of SB ROTAl COM. POt CO., 1CW 09 of hair, albeit of enowy whiteness, which forestry, makes many suggestions as to 93 he wears combed over his forehead OO how these unsightly spots may be made 90...- strong in this section. The Democrats attractive and productive. Mr. Macoun without parting; his sturdy frameandthe as an are on tho alert and ready for the frav. says: "No matter how email the plot of vigor of his mind and body would lead 0a. our-one nnaiquanited with the date of his Mr. John Pratherand Miss Amanda ground or how situaled, there is no reabirth to suppote him by many j cars a Agee were married October (ith, at this son why it should be an eyesore. It is as youngtr man. place, by Rev. I. N. Douglas, who is an this utilisation of every nook, corner fp7i :f-.Those whoso memory carries them and cranny and the making of two expert hand at the business. back to the tlas when the settlement of bhdes of grass to grow where a weed Bro. Waller Baughn has just closed a "the irrepressible conflict" was the quesFit Guaranteed at from. $10.00 up. series of meetings at this place. He is a grew before that has made rural Eng-lau- d tion upon wnich all politics was founded so beautiful to the eye and so pleasforcible preacher and did much for the UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES will remember the active pait which people of this community and his meet- ing to the aesthetic sense. The agriculj. ir. zkixix & co. Casains M. Clay took in the agitation tural and pastoral landscapes in England, NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT ings were largely attended. ea against negro slavery. His name, from TaVe where the little farms are 'green to the decea-eThe lands of Je?S9 Ucwby, 88 Oae. 'jewel S3 Simmons Juicer Regulator. 1840 to the close of the rebellion, was as was sold to the highest bidder latt Thurs very dbor, 'have been described as much of a household word as were those readay, October 28tlrc The home place scenery.' There seems to no good of Horace Greely, Wendell Phillips and PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. brought 520 per acre and the farm in son why the rural distracts of New JerWilliam Llojd Garrison. The son of Fayette county brought S44.50 per acre. sey, Nesv York and of other states could slaveholding parents, the member of an not be made equally attractive and $BxJy I miss 3iii,i;kki) gulden. already illustrious family.and the native fruitful." FARMERS' COLUMN. KsS Mr. Macoun has utilized all of these . of a strongly proslavery state, the proSTENOGRAPHER AND minent part he took in opposition to the waste places about the offices and buildFanners' Home Journal. TYPEWRITER. institution of slavery attracted wide In pushing fattening animals on corn ings of the forestry department at Cenr "svV-- ?? ?'v?svVi-?'u- ? Richmond, Kentucky. spread attention abroad, and aroused the M&&M&&&Z z 5c5tegrn fposiS 2 : ouly some oi it will pass though them tral Experimental Lira. In his report . :iJi'A.vy-i5'Avvv- : :: n :: :: Office adjoining A .R Burnani's. . : :: . . . ,m . . gjF bitterest antagonism among those of his T f r undigested. Cob meal helps to correct ho thus writes of the improvement of ncighbois who diHercd from his views. Tdelayed.J this. If you have no way to grind the these odd corners: The Stirling incidents of his long 'The land adjacent to the office and cobs, the same thing may be accomplishATO SZT3YS. CORRESPONDENCE. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. public career have been related to some ed by feeding corn tneut in connection other buildings, which has been devoted to the cultivation of ornamental trees extent in a book of memoirs published D W. MILLER. with cut and dampened hay. rAZZEryzEW. Long Troubles. and Consumplon Can be and shrubs, looked better this year than by him in Cincinuti in 18S6, all that he The pirden spot should bo plowed this Attorney- Cured. PERSOXAU has been and done are yet a subject for fall and given a dreeting of well rotted ever before. As the trees increase in - - Kentucky. Uichmom), size from year to year the landscape bemore adequate treatment at tbe nauda of Gf. A. Roy, manager Southern Iiumber manure. If an oachard is to be set out, An EmtDent Xew York Chemist and Scientist Office in the Bnmam Building, next door to a future historian From the time he Co., has returned from an extended trip it is a good plan to subsoil the laud now, comes more beautiful. The effects also fel3-lMakes a Free Offer to Our Readers. Farmer's National Bank. of the grouping are more apparent and graduated from Yale. College in 1S32 in the Southwest. for nothing will put it In better shape down to a fow years ago he was a potent show pleasing combinations and conThe distinguished Xew York chemist. T. A. A. F. Bryson left "Wednesday to join C. F. B JEN AM. Thumb and finger duing the summer trasts of color and form. A number of Slocnm, demonstrstinj- - his discovery of a reCUMCOflSTIPATlOH VT. S. JJOBEKLKT. factor in every contebt in which his State his wife at South Point, Ohio, where and a sharp knife duriu3 the winter are liable and absolute cure for Consumption A MOBERLEY. gURNAM aud Nation were concerned. the species aro also beginning to bear (Pulmonary and alt Insure your homes and throat, lungTuberculosis) diseases, brenh-al- . thev w ill visit relatives and friends. all that should, in ordinary circumstan- freely their white, yellow, red, scarlet, and chest stubborn 10? liU&ilt72WftTl2'J2&r ALL While a practising attorney and as a Attorneys-at-Lacoughs, catarrhal affection, general deeHne business R. D. Norwood, of the firm Curry, ces, be needed to do necessary pt uning. purple and black fruits, which still furDRUGGISTS and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions member of the Kentucky Legislature, RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. of vrastintc awav, will send THKKE FKSE constipation. are the Ideal Lau-- , inie-neSRQflTTTrRrV to s he denounced slavery by voice jnd pen, Tunis & Norwood, wholesale grocers, The best rule is never to remove a branch ther heightens the effect. The flower . BOTTLEb (all different) of his .ew uUflnaaiD!iUtIrr.ner!ripfrirriit.bBtran-eM7iiatniIrMalUfaDOUhUlDhl n.TTXPIJTl?l7n eiro to any afflicted reader of the Climax Office In Bamam Building, recently occu- and in 1845 he et.gged in the daring Lexington, was here Thursday on without good reason. pie and bootlet free. Ad. STFraiG EEHfclir CO.. Cticaeo. Montre.l. Can.. or.en Tork. sit.i borders and beds were a mass of bloom pied by A. It. Burnam. writing for them. ww wm P'J When insects of all kinds are so plenti- from early the summer to late in the His "Xew Treatment" has cured thousands undei taking of publishing an outepoken business. he constd-rr- s its timely two of the most permanently byprofessionalnse, and to suffenns represent ilifcs Nettie Parker, of Bloomington. ful, then let the birds also be plentiful. autumn, caunas, gladioli and asters be.a., antiolavery newspaper in Lexington-Threat- s duty it a simple humanity to donate a trial of his lnfaUfote UK, and Mrs. Henry Lei ton, ol Carlisle, Tilt latter in crease far less prolifically ing partkularly fine. Moie hedges have Companies cure. reliable Insurance of mob violence haying been Science daily develops new wonders, and in the United States and made against him and his ofiiee, he put returned to their respective homes last than do the worms and insects, and there been planted and some small additional Attorxey-at-Layears, has produced results as benifient to ask for a share of this great chemist, patiently eipcruuestiBj; for cannon in week, after spending a few days with is no danger of the county becoming area-- e seeded down. Tne trees and t.vo lojJed bra's humanity as can be claimed by bt modern - - KENTUCKY. 5JJ overcrowded with birds. RICHMOND, his oTlice, installed a half dozen armed relatives here. shrubs planted during the last two your patronage. ami genius. His assertion that lani consumption are curable in any climate is "YV. Smith, representing much to the attracnow add very Robt. Offire over Taylor's Hardware store, op- men to assist him, barricaded the doors the There can hardly be considered any proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," S. F. ROCK, posite Court House, on Main Street. filed iu his American and European laboratoCarter Dry Goods Co., of Louisville, was best time to prune. Iu some conditions tiveness of this section nf the farm." and defied his enemies. ries in thousands from those cured in all parts Sec. Street, 'Up Stairs). 26K He always stood ready to defend his here Wednesday taking orders and to one time is best, and in others another." The foreman also calls attention to a of the world. &&&& i A o II. B. HOGG, Medical crperts concede that broneMal, 'i;l ?,?& views by woid and deed, and was involv- visit his brother, H. R. Smith, our The growth and condition of the iees, largenumber of trees and sluubs suitac p & I chest and lung troubles lead to CoBampiJen. H w purposes. A TTORNEY AT LA IF. which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cered in a number of bloody encounters. clever and efficient railroad agent. the object to bo procured, with other ble for hedges 5" O tain death. o He nov has hedges of 75 difleient species. Kentucky. He was an expert in the use of the XEUS AS WE - - . ' Simply write to T. A Slocum, M C , 98 Ftee rtirriMo.D, OVER THE LINE things, must always be considered. cn --j IU street, New York, g'v nspostoffice and express Among the ornamental trees Mr. Ma Kenbonis knife, and on the stump in WHEN THE "JIELLO" OIKL IS "SLFEP .1 t 03 Store the onions where they can be address, and the fne raed cine will be prompto ly sent. Sufferers should taVe icstanv advan tucky used to go constantly armed with Office No. 13 Firbt St.. np stairs. AND THE hWITCH TIIBOW N OPEN. kept out of the sun and spread toleraly coun mentions several beautiful varieties N tage of his generous propo'it cn. -i p a bowie and with a pair of pistols in an Horn to the wife off. J. Jones, the thin, then there will to no trouble in from Japan and China, stich as the Please tell the Doctcrthat jou saw his offer S3 ft! y in the Richmovd Climax. GRANT E. LILLY, grip, which he placed be- 5th hist-- , a boy. a P4 keeping them until cold weather. If syringa, the katsura taea, the Japauese - 2 -5 fore him. TJ piled, they will soon heat and rot. If quince and the exquisitely beautiful A TTORNEY-to Kev. J257 preached O ASSKM41 CO s .U He went to the Mexican War, and as crowd 0. J. YoungChristian to a large you have no such place, better sell them maidenhair tree, or giugko biioba. -i Kentucky. Captain of at Antiodi church, on Richmond, xfr- 'J he director, writing tf the result of a eteran militarycompany, thau to try storing. Tales Creek, Sunday. utilizing of all small plots, sa6: "The MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN lieh had seen service at Tippecanoe The farmer considers the robin one of this Ollce S. W. corner Main and Second he distinguished himself by his bravery Tho sale of J. W. Masters was largely number of specimens vWiich have been streets up 6tairs. Will practice in all ) and everything brought fair hisgieateat pests. By actual test this planted along the roads fruru theentratice the courts of Madifion and adjoining and his presence of mind in Ihe midst of attended prices. Cattle sold at $2.94 a hundred, biids daily consumes 140 per cent, of gateo to and about the building is 2,742, great danger. counties and Court of Appeals. AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORN. its own weight in insects. Such an inde He supported Fremont, and afterward corn forSl.Goa banelat tho "heap," 50 fatigable insect destroyer surely should and the number of specits and varieties WmKSttEB&a TRADE MARKS, DES1CNS, Lincoln, and was appointed Minister to choice hogs brought Si 25 a Jiundred, be welcome to the little fruit he pilfers among these is about 400. "With so For further particulars, prices, tfcc, address, J. G. & D. M. CHENAULT, COPYRICHTS ic. many differeut types of beauty spread Hussia in 1S01. After a year in this serv- a lot of shoats sold for 3.45. Horses fur Acrone sendins a sketch and description mar ATTORNEYS AT LAW, desert, if he wants it. quickly ascert-ifree, whether an Invention is resigned, and wasgiyen a commis sold low. It was the largest attended out on eery hand the visitor finds obice probably p&tentaMo. Communications ttrletlr Kentucky. slonheas Major Geneial of volunteers. sale that was ever held in this section. Richmond, want leeding as well as do pigs jects of interest to claim his attention at Trees contiaential. Oldest acency for eennni- patents tn Amerlea. Wo have a Wasntnsrtoa once. mch2I-lPatents taken tbrcuj-- Munn X Co. recelva Win. Tudor, Republican candidate for or cattle, to produce growth or fruit ; it every poiut.-- ' He held this office only a few months, special notice in the Office on Second street, ovr is a mistake to try to raise crops jear and was reappointad Minister to I'ussia, Constable in this district, says be will be in maiiy place son the farm fruit trees SCIEHT1FIG AMERICAN, grocery. - c orchard 'without re? could be uted so that they would be at c - n -cse -rts -c8r - " -c where he remained until in 1809 While elected, but J. A. Ham, his running after year from an beantifallv Illustrated, largest drcnliitlon af weekly. terms iuu a any acicnuso "ooro-turning anything to the soil ; and horses once objects of beauty and profit. Even Minister to Kusbia lie became aware mate for Magistrate, will be defeated. tLSOslx months, specimon copies and CREEN CLAY, and cattle aie likely to overdo the job it in the Suiallest plots and corners the JJOOtt OX patents sent free. Aaarcu that Alaska could bo purchased, and it Oh, how the Tudor faction would like n, MUNN & CO., trimming to them. IT. A TTORNE A weeds and stones could be ..replaced b) was due to his rerjorts and reconv to have Ham defeated. They would yoa leave the 3S1 Broadnnr. kevr York. mistake not to trim and shape How era, to tho aesthetic delight and It is a 7 Richmond, Kentucky. mendations that the United State acquir like to hold him over the fire of disscn-tio- n and smoke his bacon, and tinge his the trees when young, and thus "avoid mental improvement of those who pass ed this important territory' of seal fur Every bottle yoa take of Johnston's Sarsaparnia ONE OF TWO WAYS. and gold. In 1870 he took an active political aspirations. To Ham and fol the necessity of removing large branches their live on tho farm New Ycrk Times. 13 means better health, and every bottle contains a Collections solicited. , lowers Tudor U likened to that quantity when tho trees are grown, which means part in behalf of the Cuban revolution-idsIt makes better blood purer blood. For quart. The bladder was created for one purThat MnBryaa has loht uoue of bia thirty years this famous remedy has been creating publicly supporting their cause, and of nux vomica on the stomach of the but mutilation and injury ; and it is PSTSICIASS. pose, namely, a receptacle for the une, popularity uutl thai he can draw the mzmtainiDg gooa neaitn. and becoming President of the Cuban Aid Republican s stem, and which, with all equally wroug to let too much fruit maand as such it is not liable to any Kim builds cp the their heaving, they cannot rid them- ture on young trees, or on any trees, for large-i- t audiences of any man iu the Society. system, tones ot disease except by one or two wa -- . DR. 17. R. GIBSON, hole world, ia evidenced, everywhere that matter. opinion selves of the gastric quantity accumulathe nerves, "I am alwavs ready to give an I he coes. 'lhc ilew York Suu, a Keimb Telephone Your "Cousin," The first way is from imperfect action of and strength Our object in sowing wheat with a on public questions," said Gencrel Clay ted in their midst. lint never mind, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the kidneys. The second way is from paper, sayo ens the rnns-clDemocratic ballots will serve drill is not only to e en distribuKentucky. to a Commeacial Tribune reporter at the gentlemen Richmond, careless local treatment of other disea s. more The Hun. William Jennings Bryan on purely as an emetic to rid you of bcth men v ho tion of the seed, buf to get a furrow Grand last evening, "but BROADDUS, and eEfectnally than any ether remedy has no leason to complain of the eizj ol OEIS? OATJSZ. politcal matters I hae nothing to say it seems are like "pizeu" to each other's which will befptoliold the snow oer known. Th j pallor of the cheek disappears, energy uhgeinble to hear him Unhealthy urine from unhealthy Oice in the Joe Cc JSns building. 15 and to SecHunlcy's Old Stand. the plant, and whose edges will grad- the audiences that takes the place of languor, and the rich color of have never been a party man. The followers. cld drudtore. I ond Street, orerWmie rj- 3J-is the chief cause of blnilder Uo.26. At Uurlinpame, health flows to the cheeks. Uneqaaled for all disThe following young ladies and gen- ually crumble down upon tho roots and talk "biusetllii'm." main objects of my life were the aboli orders of the stomach and liver, and for all weakenKansas, one day latt week, he spoke to troubles. So the womb, like the bladibited "Tapp's Cave," better coer them as they are heaved out by slavery andtheimprovenientand tlemen lion of CHAS. HOOKER, ing complaints of men, women, and children. der, was created for one purpose, and if 15,000 persons, and lite receptions were E(). W. KILEY extension of the common school system. known as the Rock House, last Sunday: frost. Sold everywhere. Price Si.oo per fall quart bottle. SURGEON, enthu-iasti- u Iota, iu the eame VETERINARY At not doctored too much is not liable to most accomplisne-facts. Misses Mollie and Matie Hone, Nina DAVIS. rROOVCS ft CO.. Detroit, nidi. WILLIAM!'. These hae become Sunflower 6ecds make an excellent from weakness ord'eease, except in rare cases Graduate Ontario Veterinary Cdltge. Of Slielbyville, Ky.,, Recommenila G. Davidson, Maud Gwin and Mabel E poultry food, but, in addition to this, State, the next day lie addretacd Sick Headache and Blltoasness. 35c UvcrettecCare -WriRht's Celerv Capsules. -10,000 tol2,000 persons on bitnetallinni " It is situated back of and very c!oe to C Soupene. Messrs. E. L. Haden, Harry every bushel will produce about a gallon i rjt.H-rwrj-m Shelbvville. Ky., May 2G, '96. To the bladder, therefore any pain, diseaso Veterinary Dentistrr and Sterility a Specialty. "People came fifty miles to hear him." H 1 H 1 T. It. Taylor, Waco. Ky. Sold by D. Z 1 V M I " Hli II Spurlock, H. L. Farris, C. F. Briant of oil, worth perhaps 2. Let the bo-Wright'Medical Co., Col., O.: Office up Hairs orer Ner York Store, corner manifested in the We quote from Republican account?. 46- Mam and Firt ttreeu. Richmond and H. It. Smith. They report a splen- have a trial at this; Geat I have purchased a box of or inconvenience interest them back, bladder or urinary paesaj-- e in Teople Mho think the back of the free Wriaht'ii Celery Capsules from G. N. did time and enjoyed themselves amid and theie is ery little chance for a failand need them fur often, by mistake, attributed to female Mfihlelton, silver movement is brAeu are deluding R. C. JASPJ2R, M. D. HB SB 8 B S vL n the livms visible garment of God. As ure. fcw Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti weakness or womb trouble of some sort. tltcmselye. Wherever the Bryanites Medicine and Surgery. they wandered along the limpid stream patiou and found that they cave me im Pay some attention to thiugs which easily made and may be as u The Leading Specialists of America Ofhce Collins Building. MainStreet. listening to the make life pleasant, and the business of were strong in 189C they are strong toenjoying, a tete mediate relief every time. 1 think it an The error is easily avoided. To find out correct ly, strong, the day; and. wherever they are excellent remedy. Telephone nt residence (the Cnrr place) on 20 YEARS IK OHIO. whisperings of nature, while money making will not prosper any sub rosa Broadway. the sef your urine aside for twenty-foYours very truly, ' their forms were mirrored in the 6tream Jess, and the wife and the children will belief in and the demand for the free 250,000 Cured. BicnMOND, --- --Kextuckv- hours J a sediment or settling indicates comage of silver have not diminished a beneath it, was then John the Baptist of like the farm better. Do not growl over 0 Geo. V. Rilev. kidney or bladder trouble. The mild . particle," WECURESTRICTURE kingdom of love went before to make to Richmond National Bank, Below we tbe Opened next door Dlt. O. A. KENNEDY, a vegetable garden nor scowl at flowers; " and Ihe extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilw QUEEN & CRESCENT LOW RATES. the way plain for all the delirious en- once see the yard bright, and yotf"will quote-- a few of our priijes : Thousands of Tounir nnJ , . mer's Swamp-lloothe srreat kidney and PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, men are troubled iriiUUiiadtfcasc xnany dearments that follow in the career of not go back to the. old order of things. rasy ha o a martuooonscioatlr. Thcr .$1 00 AJAX TABLETS FOSmVELTC CURL bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you Best Granulated Sngar 20 lbs. 'for W. C. T. U. Conventions, Torronto, Kentucky. Ricumoxd, .,'-"courtship. It is just such scenes as this wAXJCtSmrvotwM ms eenaTion, mail, ihuuub lijlitdr"- -" 25 Arbnckle's Coffee S lbs- - for .l. Hac Fallioi Mem If you have an attractive houseyard you OXT.InipotencT. 81epJaiiM. etc-- caaaed need a medicine yon should have the sharp cntiine liainsat times, 15 -Best Brand Canned Corn 1i,crl for by Aboa or other xcb em sod ladlr that lovers, w bile listening to the mur- will be the first to boast of it to callers. Ont-- (Canontan) Octoler; 25 Bct Brand canned TomatoesU)rcans for- . fifty cents and one n.ilIHtiii..inMM1l( crrtlont. They mneMv awl murt- t- best. .At 1897. (World's) Oofoher2S-2a- , Office in Smith Buildinj, No. 204 Main Street, cf - 2o muring of the waters, find their arms restora Jxmt Vitality In oldorjcnjkg.mxid liet aiapie .eari.ira. ids. h&voblI.It- 10 jf uenrous debit Hed Star Wash Boards tiir. Office hours n to 1 an J 4 to 5 o'clock. fttamaafarttadj, business or mxrriadollar. You may have a sample bottle public Health Association, (American) Peaches may be grow a in rnncousciously draw the bodies into 10 and Comamptioa Best Coal Oil ........... err tnarintf Litpn"n ii Hrernt Insinftr 1807'. B4L. Tfairns9 lthaws immedlils frncroTt15 and pamphlet both sent free by mail. Purc Stick Candy 2 lbs. for. ,L rtx a CUKE wLerw all other tail closer proximity than is absolutely where they now or not if sheltered on PhiIadelpliia,-Pa...Octobmcat od you. Uhbwillnotcnreyon.aslt-rlllrc- 15 for Faro Mized Candy DR. JOHNM. POSTER, Ther Mention the Cumax aud send your adqixru tTinjt ih enalne Ajar. TrvbleU ioaj-MBX- T W. C. T. U. Convention, National, tnm. Oar nnn WaciTaapot-Uirnecessary for the purpose of conversa- the north and east from cold winds by hara cored looaanda and will cora jun- r.bsorbs tho stricttiro tisspe; wrttttm. Kentucky eSsct enra Binuhamton. Ricuuokd".' ly. Other oods in proportion to numerous to mention, Give saehcaiQir soaraatea toraonr. aPrtee CO AT in dress to Dr.Kilmer & Co.,oL henco removes tho strict are tion. After spending the day iu viewing hedges buildings or high fences. Let Buffalo, N. Y. October rttacd tha j. return. No irain.no packaca; er aU rkv (foil traatroenti far fGJBL I tcaaiovcr this paper N. Y. The proprietors the roots be mulched well, to prevent 1897. me a Call and be convinced. Wholesale and Retail. nature and making love", the golden bad, in pi ua maimer, upon reeaipc or riM.rirc-il- r do detention frora buanefs byonr guarantee the enmneness of this offer. Coiirej:ationtil.Metllodist church, Genik the warmth of tire &un"in early spring " AJAX REMEDY CO., v Telephone at erSee and renidence. ia. reminded that the sunset oned. The ncrvci aro invigorated, nod starting them too soon" au subject- eral Conference, Calvert, Texas, Novem the bliss of manhood return?. matron, all iu black, which had begun from For k& is BiduBond, Ky. br iRan fsb3-- lj HeTBdoA. ing the buds totbo probability of being ber W. EVANS, M. p., y GLEET-- to hang ou tbe purple skirts of flying killed by later frosts.- A full crop is de- DR. PETER FLUGK'S G. day was fast approaching they bid au Auditor Stone is partlcularUin some Thonsands of yonns and ; than extreme earliness. Great German Remedy, T. CALDWELL, aea aro ha tins their tcinal Mgor and revoir to the scenes that will linger in sired more thingaand not so" particular n otjiors. , vitality continually rapped by tbia disPUYSIOAK AD EUEflEO-"Whatever may bo.the price of wheat WeJTcno-r'o- f frequently . anconscioas years to come. If ease. They are their memories in f warranls that he bnsrawn uenorat nfthocaufoctthesotnnpto-nii ifwill be vaslylfiette? to put jn a few on the Treasurer that there wt&i no law Jay Ell Ess. Richmond, - - - - Kentucky. Unnata-a- l of Paclcersburg, V. Va., Eecom Ncrronsnew, Poor Jlea-oracres so well tliatyoir get more' than the for. We cite him to f lmtabihtj-iji-t time SiyarliiiK luenas wngms Lieiery average crop than to put in more acres Senators on ihe certificate of tjbe Lieut, dark cirelw. TAYLOR, DR. T. J. Lack . "t t wkm Woat Hack. General "fpre-apyield an acre. It'takes": Governor. If he can find aline in tho Capsules. Mr. Allen Douglas and John Agee, and get a less Practitioner m Medicine and Swgery, of AmWUon.VancochTOnken can dousually, to meet the Statutes that authorises him to do this 'the beet-wetc UL&rr and STplCiUKi. gone to Illinois. 1'arf. r SSI Jr., have Kentucky, Richmond ; IBS) UV 1UU Gnu". pARiciasBn-Kr- , fi a a W. Va., doctor, u they har no expeneueo in Irs. C.F. Samuels, orPiueville, is 'cost of production, and if we put in more weevil! eat the book without water. tbe-yncnai maiira-i-canpropely tend wewill seller Carlisle jilercUryv en Third Street. Office and residence than we Consnlt visitiug relatives at this place.. January 2&t 1966. QaackatocxperiEBeatonyou. l;ctaluitt--boba-- e in pocket without question,, "t. J3 ,T"" Vlo ft We teZ$ sTh-- 1 riattx Mbd. Co., Bro. ;0. J. Young has .comluenceda J)ea.eoaienand Women. Tbe CynthirmnDefcocrat'-TJotestliatrSUm&ZET. Greeen manure uponpotatoes is very SZXTAL protracted, nleeting at Salem churuhat dollarr ttrtty care yoo. Onctbotacnd apt ta produce scab, specially if 'rsppl Teor5ylvaii(i?.Wpraan; em& far divorce '" for treatment and ," . , EdentoB, this county. for a esse wo acceptlBodorate forooare. luta a ttttmxat 3S0 boss ; as aJ &BileeH- - iAhave beo aeins: The cannot care. Terms (be! tine t! planting. .becarwo!ier husband thfowJBilver tlol- - LLLa eS hfek he; oer M IgljgfetfpCeiWtOuMwka ,AI,""i . s-- a?1 s&r wwwwm wnoj er siac NovetB- - v DR, A. WILKES SMITH, Mr. "Arthur Long imda iRpltollwJiilLat at jt privat !de: .krs'at her. TMusflika goltloiW. M aimmeroiaL r CURES 6UARAMTEED . nv stw MWiB iq ue an reeo- - ' j. '- - A f . mmwwwm XkT. f , JIL SURGEON, V VfWMmmW&rmt DENTAL ferUlkwafe'ofietilbetter khJ produce f-bestiR taking tlita Tv .'-- .VOmbswA vrofiMt nwiii. ? We treat and rrr- - K5UBSIQNS. tkWkm iCL" .iJ!L Fw tee" Immediate Jteiief ItttlT 1 w'X . ' .. rlKKT. VAKIOOCBLK, 'SYPHnilS. ' STATION; whlreM Ailc. undr . Kentucky Y MHXttberiubers. -- -J - X T ' Richmond, f-- jhUK'XbV ' Iiisl6ri5kjfi eol- 3 ItfaeoBMtiatB Liver ami . ! BMBtH e. This Toaobora' Uaocjatioh will. meet at s "rfJKftfltlTd 'J y yoa Re sure that Otoflt. tt U i trcrol. Constipation which J p. m. - -- ontfcwrtoSUe Swttw tawf fat- - -Mttn Antioeb'eriarchjsext Stlurday, Oclobw- - T . - ? ", vt,theracxt'iaruahaud . Vsaii Main Street. OSce Orncx-Sn- lth trd7, Xi&n.vtmo tc & gt-CXINEU1.TATION FBKK. had bet 9 tOBg,JooHd the ttms fAU J imrjtpmu , j uyuiwi . 0 our-- , 000 to - M.J fa 4.UkW IrtmJSff to'1l..wj5, & 23. WafitWtea-goodM-pB:-yMMfer tnimrHuii JtteldlowL rHlufcM nhlwerlcint kl MMMdMa by Ce!eyj ppsa!e j aed here mm retiel onHCTTnk nr Praetsc haute to ileotm rr. ferf BOMS theism the CKkkm field BIXK tyuteu-t- a frooiUJ Mgiosiotc protractotf bWjVwProprlyVk?)iyo 6er la tkees Bra. Jcao ee3 fw'tn tbeuaaWfe-MftttM4it- s a ba vntfrteoml. OSireiiaa trial evelr rt km. With ffemtafe, mm. ' i J. A. y ATM, njWiitKt 3. CMessax. ' Jvf IllIiMM.nl..J. f"v Tf M1 '! Afrat etc., wltklnlttlf-aaeoWbStetloa Am m? ntriiH 100 'UIm c wine wok. I recoarafead thearf to By ad . gtowi for the asrtJHu jooit Uig ouutj O0tc t nrilw from RlrhwaWt. , MORGAN.&"-S-TES, pwvz9km,Tte2l, Milled , oo?- wblA m to t. " b mtuit teMIM r i " rwq n ywiw. Tle:irorti he pkrtted Oitro, Tie pion U the key fer JO ctrrUi iu mtof& Xttf W. FOURTH ffTBfET, txdaoe to pmiiKni, ftm VwiQtaivo L ior.iMl &vmtmt to m torehetD-e- oftbe ikb? rf tte aoU CbakusT Cai.dwjlu . Kwctbcky. CINCINNATI, O. . E'CHMOKB. " - 5 adr f .j fanUD driakiu- W3&S. Haota. DraDt. Pries Aflt:, A C Bottto. brj9M ' QecT. mi ojB Geo. SSHKSAflBAXsSHMBs3 tbe 2 eerbo. CtHaidrofr . OrnT-la- lil S4mL mm JUmm- - XMwa . vunamw. 1 W wish to caution U users of Simmons Liver Regulator on a subject of the deepest interest and importance to their health jxrhapi their lives. The sole proprietors md makers of Simmons Liver Eegulalor l.rn that customers are often deceived by Living ani taking some medicine of a t miJar appearance or taste, believing it to e Simmons Liver Regulator. We warn you that rnless ihe word .Regulator is on i np parkage or bottle, that it is not Simmons ier Regulator. No one else makes, or ver has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or r.nything called SimmonH Liver Regulator, but J H Zeihn& Co., and no medicine made by anynn e; is the same. ,.We alone can j .t it up and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not help you as you are led to expect they w.ll. Bear this fact well in mind, if you have been in the habit of using a medicine which yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat lie it, and the package did not have the word on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been takings Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and all who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Agu. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache Dyspepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Eegulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Eed Z en wrapper, fcnd by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. W&BNING. (Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, Oct. 5th.l The venerable and historic Ken- On all public questions my views have been jmblied. and are known. "I regard the free siher question as having bcen.settled T5y natural laws. Nobody prefers silver to gold as a metal, and never will. The dipcovery of iho gold in the Klondike is a promise of enormous quantities et to be discoyer-ed- . During tho Alaska negotiations 1 .... l..........t.IM tttlfllOrl tl.u illtltri' and I am satisfied that some day in the 1,700 mile chain of mountains beoud the Klondike basi.i there will be found gold in ledges like the limestone in "the geological formation of Kentucky. The earth being fLuteued at the poles and more compressed there the gold is found there in more compact, more dense from The gold of Africa is found i eareet the pole, and the Alaska discoveries show that it is to be found there in vaster quantities than it has ever been known before. Wo may not live to see it, but I think the time will coma when the vessls in our houses will be made of pure gold. "Mr. Seward dose not take the credit in his published papers of having secur ed the purchase of Alaska and to me that credit is nat denied. It is my desire that on my grave there may bo carved the word Alaska.' "Concerning the present Cuban situa tiou,Imaysay that I think there will inevitably come a day when all of North America will be composed of independent governments, from Panama to the Arctic Ocean. Foreign nations will h.ie to loosen their hold on the territory of North America, and by a process of assimilation, similar to that which characterizes the progress of Russia, the character and the governments of all countries on this side of the water will be distinctively American." Royal makes the food pare, wholesome and deUdotu. heavy, the mulch will not smother out ' tlio nrnn 5.,,.l. o r,.nnu.l .,- -. .,.!....., the chances for a good crop of seed, either with the common' red or the mammoth. ..( L897. - NUMBER 20. mi PQUDER BAlCmO 9 i - I .03 ATQL THINGS I m 1 m ail . 'I We have just received the largest line of YORIC Eloihing, 0 uerconls. Underwear m 0. SSUIO -- IN RICHMOND,' which we bought early beft.c the tariff woolens., and can give was ' article needed. customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every put on Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. JSt V ! d, PigMWgIgEI Km? flit 9 Jl ivsiA-xvi.vss'jnfi m The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. ' tfi vs-.i-vv-i j: UFF -- t 1.. T a - lj.Ma.i tfsK. ANDY e ! ! SiVA: 'KjSJZ i 15 ii i 3l CATHARTIC HBES TORKAD at-Li- y mmi r, 4 2350 3 siSSs or property against 6-- - Fire $ Tornado. I Diicot-erie- sit: ji-sr.ifc- T, w, four-pound- Wfeii laaiQiBiiDli i fJfi ppfe, o CD ull tea-so- ns szcsidionsrzD srsr. ., tro-bte- 1 Jc2-l- j- IIE-nj- 31-3- 0 H- -- t ilyT-l- 4 open-mout- h -- A T-L-A fV-- -- r- - y&m A lie GRKNITE y 7VTONV7VieNTS, k: m, A't-tentio- Madioi Moi)iJiDer)tal Work?. n. -- Chen-ault'- s c3r? Y-- T-L-A Good Health --- --- by the Quart The Einest Kigs,' The Safest Drivers, The Promptest a x. 1 i 25-2- The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. P. B. ... lii-a- get-a- es n pro-npt- ly ' Vr'-ne- ys s fr sJcj'" jei ec' kid-nej- e, ll lp El A New Cheap Cash Grocery AND FRUIT HOUSE. dru-rgist- j e, a ur -- aiJdlo-ased -- MADE ME A MAN iXfl t i t, -- " 20-2- 2. 8 :.-..- .., druj-j-te- ts 1 many-nlace- s n ..ws.rt-ifn- er 25-2- 0, IX - d 15 ci-iiui- e Fallcr-in- sober-suite- -- -- 1 d -- WLCURE WoaV-nea- s. (. MRGOLEN, proprietor. - JeB-l- lntddlc-agc- d iii" -- -- ::SADDLERY.k! -1 HI y. n, tir67p5y-aenCo- FARM" under-Arae HEADINEi . -- 4 r z-- 8ankca-jGye.---it- n. .. e JHHmIBH 0 k HH J6 . 2 g -- toHirtv-irouuie- and-Mi- ss -- tlilejr't-asp- B wW i-- - S- - -- TwiMH-ir- -' i- -. n. 1- -- ta-a- - -- vlefe-ltokJf-wr?' 5ftfenliip-ptit-r3jui!ctoV , )YKERONi r tfc'lcrjiril!p mt-ou -- Hiiol. -- ''Ad QeoyHite .i- .. i 1 .j r, -- -, ' mnimit. - Jfltt trwt-fWuiia- fe t t-T- ? IM-W- tar -- iMiiimiiEM EURflLGlfl. K - A? )raan-Di- -- -- WCpc--- ! ir ni - T '- dri-rioir- "M rr, i --- ttrnn. . TBBM-aw- lU U e, t MWHiiMte-ilSctio-teoreTib- tly ei Baiilc ft i r . i t. j i- - - irx?1 . ,r ". TJ a) jmizL, ir s- ii' ;--- , WMi min f8oi oiinrflsoa : ' fc.7 wafrltew!!faeeja3-rf J - -- " -- j -- tt! j .v,, , , Tip - ,to i ---ri- A r.v. , - ,!" t in rii - ... .rfrSt-ifnaii 4 n .. ,iv' n . t !.i iw&L&jt.",. .. .JlKBeftK jmi J.,''. Pfc a wbte sjr-ar"- ii 3c;rri-.r,- a ai ni'i i jir--i m -- nTLf .pn3'arx-.. .. a- satim&ssvMS ir.mKm:Mmnr1irmL urn r in ml&-- ri r -- m " rwm . vSlifi W&Zf3SwWwUBLwLwLwLMLwwmBmwWLwBwwwWm . ' &zz. S&g vr "" 5w i j"' F ;i :V -s- -3 J- - 3 rOJ.! -?, "P 3? !. . t 4cps SJ&V sa , 'i, - -- ". ? ' &"3S. - - w 13 - y - , - -- i ' - I1" !1 k -- K is ff Si ". . RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, 1 I A jWT VOLUME XL Ill CINCINNATI HOTEL CORRIDORS. (Cincinnati Commercial Tribune, Oct. 5th.1 The venerable and historic Ken- KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, ss L897. NUMBER 20. i L:J WARNING, o AW wish to caution all users of Simmons L.ver Regulator on a subject of the deepest and importance to their health jwrhapj their lives. The sole proprietors -.J makers or Simmons Liver Regulator iMrn that customers are often deceived by I vtns ad taking some medicine of a .i.ar appearance or taste, believing it to ip Simmons Liver Regulator. We warn a that rnless iht word Regulator is on t ii parkage or bottle, that it is not Simmons er Regulator. No one else makes, or vrr s nude Simmons Liver Regulator, or . robing called Simmons Liver Regulator, H Zeilin & Co., and no medicine made I . anvon el? is the same. ,.W alone can 1 t it up and we cannot be responsible, if ipr medicines represented as the same do r a11 nelp you as you are led to expect they w Bear this fact well in mind, if you have been in the habit of using a medicine which yon supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulathe name waa somewhat like tor it and the package did not have the word Ro julator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and a!l who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague Biliocs Fever, Constipation Headache. Dyspepsia, and all disorders ans-nfrom a Dieeased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and that Simmons Liver Regulator, which yon can readily distinguish by the Red Z en wrapper, and by our name, is the only mediane called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZEILIN & CO. Take h-- l:'l tucky orator, soldior and statesman, General Cassius M. Clay, who for bixty-fiv- e years has been an interesting and picturesque figure in the affairs of Ins btaie and Nation, arrived last evening from his home at Whitehall, Ky., and will remain in the cily for several days, with headquarters at the Grand Brutus J. Clay and wife, of Richmond. Ky.,hisson and daughter-in-law- , him. The object of his trip here is to submit his cjes to the treatment if a local oculist, a cataract foiuiatiou having recently considerably obscured his eyesight. General Cly will be S7 years old the 19th of this month, but his thick shock of hair, albeit of snowy whiteness, which he wears combed over his forehead without parting; his sturdy frameandthe vigor of his mind and body would lead one nnacquaniled with the dale of his birth to supiose him by many ears a youngtr man. Those whose memory carries them back to the dah when the settlement of "the irrepressible conflict" was the question upon wnich all politics was founded will remember the active pait which Cassius M. Clay took in the agitation against negro slaver. His name, from Simmons Liver Regulator. 1S40 to the close of the rebellion, was as much of a household word as were Itiose of Horace Greely, Wendell Phillips and PROFESSIONAL CARDS. William Lloyd Garrison. The son of slaveholding parents, the member of an 31IIilKKI) GULDEN. MISS already illustrious family.and the native of a strongly proslavery state, the pro. STENOGRAPHER AND minent part he took in opposition to the TYPEWRITER. institution of slavery attracted wide HiriiMOND, Kentucky. spread attention abroad, and aroused the XF Office adjoining A .R Burnani't. bitterest antagonism among those of his neigh bois who differed from his views. The Stirling incidents of his long A70 S2TBYS. public career have been related to some extent in a book of memoirs published J IV. MILLER. by him in Cincinuti in 1SS6, all that he Atto a!EY- - at-L- a w, has been and done are yet a subject for - Kentucky. Richmoxd, more adequate treatment at the nands of Office in the Burnam Building, next door to a future historian From the time he feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. graduated from Yale College in 1S32 down to a few jears ago he was a potent C. F. BURNAM. TV. S. MOBEBXET. factor in every content in which his Stale MOBERLEY. feURNAM and Nation were concerned. While a practising attorney and as a Attobneys-at-Lamember of the Kentucky Legislature, RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. lie denounced slavery by oice suid pen, 0 Office in Bnmam Building, recently and iu 1843 he eLgged in the daring pied by A. R. Burnam. uudei taking of publishing au outrpoken antiolHerv newspaper in Lexington Tin eats of mob violence haying been made against hitn and his oilice, he put Attorney-at-Labrass cannon in t.vo loaJed - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, his oilice, installed a half dozen armed OHi e over Taylor's Hardware store, men to assist him, barricaded the doors CV)iirt House, on Main Street. and defied his enemies. He alwpys stood ready to defend his 11. B- - HOGG. views by woid and deed, and was involvA TTORNEY AT LA !'. ed in a number of bloody encounters. Kentucky. He was an expert in the use of the - Itn iijom), bow ie knife, and on thebtump in Kentucky Ubed to go constantly armed with i i.Iice No. 13 Firbt SU, up stairs. 0 a bowie and with a pair of pistols in an t,':NTF LILLY, open-mout- h grip, which he placed before him. A TTORNEY-If, He went to the Mexican War, and as Kentucky. I! ifMOND, Captain of a veteran military company, which had won service at Tippecanoe i ?1 c S. W. comer Main and Second he distinguished himself by his bravery FitvHs up btairs. Will practice in all the (fiurt. of Madison and adjoiniiif; and his presence of mind iu the midst of great danger. mniies and Court of Appeals. w On all pnhlic questions my views have been publied, and are known. "I regard the fiee silver question as having bcen,settled by natural laws. Nobody prefers silver to gold as a metal, and ne.er will. The discovery of the gold in the Klondike is a promise of enormous quantities et to be discovered. During the Alaska negotiations 1 studied the country ery thoroughly? aud I am satisfied that some day in the 1,700 mile chain of uiuuuUius bevoml the Klondike bahin there will be found gold ill ledges like the limestone imhe geological formation of Kentucky. The earth being flattened at the polts and more compressed there the gold is found there iu more compact, more dense from The gold of Africa is found i earebt the pole, and the Alaska discoveries show that it is to be found there iu vaster quantities than it has ever been known before. Wo may not live to see it, but I think the time will come when the ve&als in our houses will be made of pure gold. 'Mr. Seward dooe not take the credit in his published papers of having secured the purchase of Alaska and to me that credit is nat denied. It is my desire that on my grave there may bo carved the word 'Alaska.' "Concerning the present Cuban sitna tion, I may say that I think there will inevitably come a day when all of North America will he composed of independent governments, from Panama to the Arctic Ocean. Foreign nations will have to loosen their hold on the territory of North America, and by a process of assimilation, similar to that which characterizes the progress of Russia, the character and the governments of all countries on this side of the water will be distinctively American." Roycl makes the food pare, wholesome and delicious. heavy, the mulch will not smother out the crop. Such a procedure w ill advance the chances for a good crop of seed, either with the common red or the mammoth HOW TO HAKE FARMS BEAUTIFUL. KM!;2 1 siMwXwJs siSK KMlm fc. Ab2oU..!y Ture akP P0UDER fOWDL.-- ROYAL BAKIKO CO., 1EW YORK. strong in this section. The Democrats are on the alert and ready for the frav. Mr. John Pratheraud Miss Amanda Agee were married October titli, at this place, by Rev. I. N. Douglas, who is an expert hand at the butiiue;-s- . Rro. Walter Baughn has just closed a series of meetings at this place. He is a forcible preacher and did much for the people of this community and his meetings were largely attended. The lands of Je?se Ncwby, decea?ed, w3S6oldto the highest bidder lactThurs day, October UStliT The home place brought 520 per ncre and the farm in Fayette county brought $14.50 per acre. FARMERS' COLUMN. Many farms and homesteads have a desolate appearance because the odd I corner and biltt of giound are left untill ed and gtow up in unsightly weeds in summei ai , Dfconie dreary anu narrcu looking in the wintor. It is too often thee se tiiat whatever plots of land are imputable for cultivation because of 1, ir suiallness or beiauae inconveniently piiuated are left in this wild condition and mar the effect of an otherwise w ell kept iann or beautiful home. In a recent report on "Experimental Farms, " by the Canadian government, W. T. Macouu, foreman of forestry, makes many suggestions as to how these unsigLtly spots may bo made attractive and productive. Mr. Macoun says: "No matter how- small the plot of ground or how situated, there is no reason why it bbould be an eyesore. It is this utilization of every nook, corner and cranny and the making of two blades of grabs to grow where a weed grew before that has made rural England so beautiful to the eye and so pleating to the aesthetic sense. The agricultural and pastoral landscapes in England, where the little farms are 'green to the very d'oor, 'have beeu described as 'jewel scenery.' 'There seems to no good reason why the rural distracts of New Jersey, New York and of other states could not be made equally attractive and o i' :TFiSrt K3tJ&. fSJZZZS&S&SJ Y7F?Vs-- : LO? If : IQ-jj- i' 1 i n E III E&Q 'eVg3 ff u fL 3 r W JLW JLr Sb 1 h Jo . S m JL X JL . We have just received the largest line of .aA 'Sd 00 ceo as 69 XTd 10 eo IbSISiIIIbIII sJ'a'iJsjBSaaiMtf n J j i, II ueruouts, ff iiaeruwear aiv II HfifQ .. S 1 W IV 8 co.... IN RICHMOND, which article needed. . woolens and can give our-- customers the bent fit of 30 per cent, on every o.... we bought early beft ,e the tariff was put on Of).. aai". 0t...09.- a... . tl 'J Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. H H so o Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT up. 4 do... IS fiuitful." Mr. Macoun has utilized all of these waste places about the offices aud buildings of the forestry department at Central Experimental Jarm. In his report ho thus writes of the improvement of these odd corners: ""he land adjacent to the office and other buildings, which has been devoted to the cultivation of ornamental trees and shrubs, looked better this yiilr than ever before. As the trees increase in size from year to year the landscape becomes more beautiful. The effects also of the grouping are more apparent and show pleabhig combinations and contrasts of color and form. A number of the species ire also beginning to bear freely their white, yellow, red, scarlet, purple aud black fruits, which still further heightens the effect. The flower borders mid beds were a mass of bloom from early the Miiiiiner to late iu the autumn, cannas, gladioli and asters being partiiularly fine. Moie hedges have bec-- planted and some small additional aren-- e seeded down. Tne trees aud tbrubs plauted during the htbt two tea-sonow add very much to the attractiveness of this section nf the farm." The foreman also calls attention to a large number of trees and shiubs suita ble for hedges and org.iinent.il purposes. He uoa has lieugea of 75 ditfeient species. Among the ornamental tiees Mr. Macoun mentions several beautiful vaiietiec from Japan and China, Mich as tiie syringa, the kattura taea, the Japanese quince and ihe exquisitely beautiful maidenhair tree, or gingko biloba. 'Ihe director, writing of the result of thib utiiizinguf all small plots, sajs: "The number of specimens which have been planted along the loads from the entrance gates, to and about the building is 2,742, aud the number of tpecits and varieties among these is about 400. With so many different types of beauty spread out 011 e ery hand the visitor lind-- j objects of interest to ciaim his attention at every point.'' In many places on the farm fruit trees could he Uted so that they would be at once objects of beauty and profit. Even plots and corners the 111 the smallest weeds and btones could be replaced b flowers, to tho atbihetic delight aud meutal improvement uf those who pass their live on the farm New York Times. u ns Farmers' Home Journal. mJ ; The Oldest Clothier axd Fuusisiier in Richmond. '. '. DELAYED. CORRESPONDENCE. VALLEY VIEW. PERSONAL. occu-31-3- four-pound- op-jxs- itp G. A. Ttoy, manager Southern Lumber Co., Las returned from an extended trip in the Southwest. A. F. Bryson left Wednesday to join his wife at South Toint, Ohio, where they will visit relatives and friends- R. D. Norwood, of the firm Curry, Tunis iz Norwood, wholesale grocers, Lexington, was here Thursday on business. Mits Jiettie Parker, of Bloomington. 111., and Mrs. Henry Letton, ot Carlisle, returned to their respective homes last week, after spending a few days with relatives here. Kobt. W. Smith, representing the Caiter Dry Goods Co., of Louisville, was here "Wednesday taking orders and to visit his brother, II. It. Smith, our clover and efficient railroad agent. NEWS AS WE 11KUJJT OVER THE LINE WIIEX THE "iIELI.o" OIKL IS ASLEEP AM) THE SWITCH THKOWN OPEN. 31-3- A T-L- A Rom to the wife ofT. J. Jones, the 3th hist,, a boy. Rev. O. J. Young preached to a large crowd at Antiodi Christian church, on Tates Creek, Sunday. Tho sale of J. W. Masters was largely attended and everything brought fair prices. Cattle sold at $2.91 a hundred, torn for $1.(55 a banel at the "heap," 50 choice hogs brought 5 25 a hundred, a lot of shoats bold for $3.45. Horses sold low. It was the largest attended sale that was ever held iu this section. Win. Tudor, Republican candidate for Constable in this district, bays he will be elected, but J. A. Ham, his running-mal- e for Magistrate, will be defeated. Oh, how the Tudor faction would like to hae Hani defeated. They would like to hold him over the fire of di.ssen-tio- n ami smoke his bacon, and tinge his political aspirations. To Ham and fol lowers Tudor ii likened to that quantity of 11 ux vomica on the stomach of the Republican kystem, and which, with all their heaving, they cannot rid themselves of the gastric quantity accumulated in their midst. But never mind, gentlemen Democratic ballots will serve us an emetic to rid you of both men w ho it Beeuis are like "pizeu" lo each other's follow ers. The following young 'adies and geninked Tapp'a Cave," betler tlemen known as the Kock House, last Sunday: Mieses Mollie aud Muttie Howe, Nina G. Davidson, IMand Gwin and Mabel E. Soupene. Messrs. E. L. Haden, Harry Spurlock, H. L. Farris, C. F. Briant J.C. He supported Fremont, and afterward & D. M. Lincoln, and was appointed Minister to Russia in 1S01. After a year in this servATTORNEYS AT LAW, ice he resigned, and was given acommis Kentucky, sion as Major Genctal of volunteers. Richmond, He held this oilice only a few months, O'fiVe oi Second street, over Chenand was reappointad Minister to Russia, a ill's grocery. where he leiuained until in 18G9 While Minister to Rusbia he became aware CREEN CLAY, that Alaska could be purchased, and it W. A TTORNEY-AT-Lwas duo lo ins reuoris ami recomKentucky. mendations that the United State acquir Richmond, ed this important territory of Eeal fur aud gold. In 1S70 he took an active 13 Collections solicited. part in behalf of the Cuban revolution ists, publicly supporting their cause, aud PSYSIOIATS. becoming President of the Cuban Aid A --- CHENAULT, Iu pushing fattening animals on corn only some ot it will pass though them undigested. Cob meal helps to correct this. If you have no way to grind the cobs, the same thing may be accomplished by feeding corn tneul in connection with cut and dampened hay. The garden spot should bo plowed this fall and given a dreehbiiig of rell rotted manure. If an oachard is to be set out, it is a good plan to subsoil the laud now, for nothing will put it in better shape Thumb and finger duing the summer and a sharp knife duriuS the winter are all that should, in ordinary circtimstun ces, be needed to do necessary pi lining. The best rule is never to remove a branch without good na&on. When insects of all kinds are so plentiful, then let the birds also bu plentiful. The latter in crease far less prolifically than do the worms and insects, and. there is no danger of tl.e county becoming overcrowded with birds. There can hardly be considered any best time to prune. In some condition!: one time is best, and in others another.' The growth and condition of the tjeep, the object to be procured, with other tilings, must always be considered. Store the onions where they can be kept out of the sun and spread toleraly thin, then there will to no trouble in keeping them until cold weather. If piled, they w ill soon heat and rot. If you have no such place, better sell them than to try storing. The farmer conbidcrs the robin one of hisgieateat pebts. By actual test this birds daily consumes 140 per cent, of its own weight in insects. Such an indefatigable iubect destroyer surely should be welcome to the little fruit he pilferu for desert, if he wants it. Trees want leediug as well as do pigs or cattle, to produce growth or fruit ; it is a mistake to try to raise crops j ear alter yearlroniau orcnaiu "Without returning anything to the soil ; and horees and cattle ate likely to oveiuo the job it you leave the trimming to them. It is a misuke not to trim aud shape the trees wheu young, aud thus avoid the necebbiiv of removing large branches when the trees are grow u, which ineaub but mutilation and iujuiy ; and it is equally wrong to let too much fruit mature on young tiees, or on any trees for that matter. Our object iu sowing wheat with a drill is not only to get an een distribution of the seed, but to get a furrow which will help to hold the snow oer the plant, aud whose edges will gradually crumble down upon the roots and coer them as they are heaved out by MGB8ffiRWG8im3mmmMmm&&mm yvVMySgy: z&nfjnfjz IVVAwy: zsfjKAi zbew?6&s& ;: - JiKi 5 JVj 03 ef... w be z'.'.'.S 4S&22&11 iV&XS&fi&zV THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long iffciSfs : s iTcf! Troubles and Consumpton Cured. ANDY GAIHARTl Bk lE!TBfilOO -- Can & TcURKoHSriPATIOHir 2mgmm2& 2sso 'ttDDUhUlEihl UUilnaallltilJ XRQrtTIiTKTV ISSIB,- An Eminent New York Chemist act Scfeatfet MaL.es a Free Otter to Our Eaaders. i b ; iAt vr.a ?J rS5r. iMi?i.c3niiikx"MXrjBi 'jj"'imOTJT7dgay naiiii.?. druggists wim All Insure your and 'business property- against fiTIIlBXWTPPn ticnroaayta.eorconstipation. CiseareU are Hie Ideal Laxa-- i Saai.) Urf . nrrer srip nr erlpf.l.nt rnserariitorilrrsult. piratKl itootiei rrce. Ad. kkiu.ui ill.. I cicaeo. uanireau tin.. ornm ion. mii,uu Fire $ Tornado. fliimn a O E--t eivo mm &3&8lk rTS: TTfi Jdjdld Ifeffe ST5T- Q BICdlJVr03SriD7 A o the most I represent reliable Insurance in the United States and spectfully ask for a share your patronage. S. F. ROCK, Je2-l- 7 265, J -- c o 5CD - i It", O ' M Ni -B H en il J $ lg 3. -- P' fe$L&1r w l - Or a - The distinguished Xew York ehesst. T. A. dieTery f a reliable and absolute cure for Conaumtiun (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, homes throat, lane and chest diseases. stubWra coughs, catarrhal affection, general deehse and weakness, loss of flesh, ami all ot wasting awav. will send THKKK FKSK BOTTLEij (all diBerent) or his N'ew !HeoT-erie- s to any afflicted reader of the Cuxcc writing for them. His "New Treatment" lias cured tbaoganda permanently by its timely use, and be eo4d-er- s two of it a simple professional duty to svfferiftg hnmanttv tn Annitp n trial nf hw tefallilsU. Companies I cure. reScience daily develops new worttlero, ami this great chemist, patiently experimenting of vears, has produced results as beattietal to humanity as can be claimed by lav modern genius. "Ills assertion that Iuhk troafoles arwl consumption are curable in asy cimut H proven by "heartfelt letters of ;rratotate." filed ill his American and European htberat-ne- s in thousands from those cared ia all farts Sec. Street. Up Stairs). of the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, chest and lung troubles lead to which, uninterrupted, means speedy anu certain death. Simply write to T A Slocum, M C . S Pine street New York g ng nostolfiec and express address, and the frt.e i i mi i'I b- promptly sent sufferers sin IiiLe .ci in. adan-tar- c of hu generous propc t n I'leae tell the Doct tU. tw ..w bis offvr jIvT l in the Richmond CT.im felocum, demonstrating his e ce-lti- lr w. CoH-H!i- 1 i o. IffiL. H....J.' .1 h CO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN GRKNITEKINDS AND ALL mch2l-l- y flAU I ) 7VTONU7VYeNTS, OF CEMETERY WORK. ?., For further particulars, 2rices, address, MadisoD MoDiJiDeptal Worfo. eff?fccvcT.yfc:rcr'T' P Bun l.llJW vS Good Health by the Quart The Finest Rigs Tlie Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- TRADE HAS.S, DES1CHS, COPYRICHTS &.C. Anyone scidlns a sketca and deriptlon my Quickly ascertain, free, whether an InTenlinn 11 probably pentabla Commanicatinns btrtctlr confidential. Oldest acency forfecuriDS poleuls In America. We hare a Wasbint in otac. Patents taken throu,:h Mann X Co. recetTe 1 pcial notice In the 4M wK3i&iMzJ m . w : n SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, or besntlfallr Illustrated, larcejt ctrcnbitlonyear; weetly, hit scientific Jnarnal. pecimn terms J3JII 1LLND copies and tLillsLr moiths. iSOOK ON i'ATEXTS sect free. AdOrcsa MUNN & CO., tention, The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Yonr "Cousin," 301 Broadway. Ntw York. 25-2- 7 DR. IT. ft. GIBSOX, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. BiCHMovn. OtEcein the Joe Ct Jint buildine, t and so Secy- ond Street, orer Wnite cld drucktore. ... frost. Sunflower eeeds make an excellent Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. poultry food, but, in addition lo this, every bushel will produce about a gallon , rWrn-yir3'f- i Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Trf.v-w r- tTr.:-of oil, worth perhaps $2. Let the boys Office up stairs over New York Store, corner 3E?V 46- Main and First streets. Richmond and H. 11. Smith. They report a splen- have a trial at this; it will interest them did time and enjoyed themselves amid and theie is ery little chance for a fail: b n n M. D. the livms visible garment of God. Ab ure. " gfcE Medicine and Surgery. they wandered along the limpid stream Pay some attention to things which The Leading Specialists of America listening to the make life pleasant, and the business of Ofhce Collins Building, MainStreet. enjoying a tete Telephone al residence (the Unrr place) on 20 YEARS IN OHIO. sub rosa whisperings of nature, while money making will not prosper any the II roadway. their forms-- were mirrored in the stream less, and the wife and the children will 250,000 Cured. Kentucky. RiciiMONn, --- --beneath it, was then John the Baptist of like the farm befter. Do not growl over IWECURESTPJCTURE the kingdom of love went befureto make a vegetable garden nor scowl at flowers; DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Tlirni:nni1 rf TOUniT flllil DlJlllO-riBethe way plain for all the delirious en- once see the yard bright, and you will PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, men are troubled wil li this dlfcasc many dearments that follow iu the career of not go back to the old order of things. 0 a smart unoonfcionf ly. They way hai Kentucky. Ricnjioxn, nnall. twisiing wrcam, ing courihlnp. It is juht such scenes as this If you have an attractive houseyard you sharp cuttinE rains at times, that lovers, while listening to the mur- will be the first to boast of it to callers. diEculty in commcncmc, weak ...-- n. .miumnl. find nil tnO fiTllHjtOlTIS Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, n muring of the waters, find their arms' of nervous dcbilitj they Juito.S1.MC-1U.Ustairs. Office hours 1a to x and 4 to 50'cTbclc Peaches may be grow n in many places Don'tJctdoctonirapcnmcnton draw the bodies into nncoubciously yon, by cutting, stretching, or tcaricK where they now or not if sheltered on ! Lis will - ... At 1M Vtn- fUtltdll closer proximity than is absolutely DR. JOIIN M. FOSTER, turn. Our hCW MLIHOD TKKAT-MEN- T necessary for the purpose of conversa- the north and east from cold winds by r.bsorbs tho stricture tisnie: Kentw:ky hedges buildings or high fences. Let Richmond. ucneoremovcsthoetnclure tion. After spending the day iu viewing J tcaniercr return, ho iain.no Fullerthe roots be mulched well, to prevent nature and making love, the golden ing, no detention froa busine by onr the warmth of tire sun in early spring incthoJ. ThoPCinalorganfRrcitrength- V Telephone at office and reMdence. sunset reminded that the sober-suite- d uro inigoro.icu. cnod. 'xte ncrvci starting them too soon an subjectithe bliss of manhood returns. matron, all iu black, which had begun from ng1 the buds to the probability of being W. EVANS, M. D., to hang on the purplp skirts of flying G. killed by later frosts. A full crop is deday waa fast approaching, they bid au Thousands oi young anil lniddlo-agcsired more than extreme earliuess. ijror and men are ha vies their teiualby revoir to the bcenes that will linger in thu disvitality continually rapped fuy6iciax and soiigeon, Whatever may bo.the price of wheat their memories iu years to come. ease They ara frequently unconscious of tho cause of theso fyinptom. O cncral it will be "vasly better to put in a Jay Ell Ess. - - - - Kentucky. Richmond, Weakness, Lanatural lif charges. Failso well that you get more' than the ing Manhood. Nervousness. Poor 31cm-or- r, Irnt-ibilitat tiaic Smarting JSEWLjT. average crop than to put in more acres SnnVtn-r.ves- . dark circles. with DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Pil Weak Hack, General JJcnressifm. Lack f? Mr. Allen Douglas and John Agec, and get a less yield an acre. It "takes Practitioner in 2fedicine and Surgery, A of AmbiUon. yjmcoccU t;hrenke r. the best we can do, usually, to meet the Tarts, etc. uiiiiiii uif.. Jr., have gone to Illinois. ' consult family Kentucky Don't Richmond maybotbocaufe. no experience in doctors, as they have Mrs. C. E. Samuels, of Pineville, is cost of production, and if we put in more allow these special disearcs don t Consult than we can propely lend we will suffer Office ho1 residence on Third Street. visiting relatives at this place. Quarks t experiment on tou. Specialists, who have made a life .study of in pocket without question. and Women. OarAEW lio. 0. J. Young has commenced a Greeen manure upon potatoes Ib very f ilen MBWWU TKKATMBHT Trilldollars DENTAL STOQSE": protracted, meeting at Salem church, at cure yon. One, thousand apt to produce Ecab, especially if appliand for a case wo ceei for treatment cure. Edenton, this county. canaotcarc. Terms moderate fore ed to the hilt at the time of planting. Mr. Arthur Long and Miss Linda DR. A. WILTCES SUITE, Rot it well. Eor this reason commercial CURES GUARANTEED CollioB "wens married October 7th, Rev. DENTAL SURGEON, fertilizers are ften belter and produce I.N. Douglas officiating. smoother tubers- - - - Kentucky Richmond, The Teachers' Association wil! meet at Be sure that tho "next farm hand you Antioch church next Saturday, October hire is a good plowman; many spend CONSULTATION OrnCE Smith bnildine. Main Street. Office FKKE. BOOKh hours, 0:00 to i M.; Vjco to 4 V M. 23. We anticipate a good time. --, TKKP. If unaM to call, write for their Uvea oua farm without knowing.: limited to dentislrr. Qi'KSTTnif BLANK for HOME JJro. Iylo is holding a protracted how to plow properly, with due know TUEATMENT. J- - A. Yatzs. ZTSi9 meeting at Friendship Baptist church, ledge of what ia jieeded in fittine. tho J. C. Mokoax. tiiia county, with a good ataendance. grouuu lur.iuu ccriaiu crop- wuicuis to. MORGAN & YATES, The .drouth continues. Farmers are be planted there. .The plowis'tho key FOURTH STREET, DENTISTS, .22 W. driving theii,. Block for nule& to' water to the storehouse of,theriehi-so- f thesoil Kentucky. CIHCiKKAT!, O. "" E CUMOND, an HlnHlViiin ,MBaw4 J m.mbW l.jB.ouU(i u..u,.us r4n 'rowMtiieciQyeraaaiavnaBvea , .iwtT-.aiwii'iTiwiTt- v . um f,i.lf j trwim. h. hihioi' j ua-- luausa mn ia amn tvimb ii iiiiduli nsiiium iilil b - K;,-KnjOsticb Mala Street, overMfcdiaa If aUeoal CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Society. "I am alwavs ready to give an opinion on public questions," said Generel Clay 10 a Corniueacial Tribune reporter at the Grand last evening, "but on purely politcal matters I have nothing to say The I have never been a party man. aboli main objectt. of my life were the lion of slavery andtheimprovementand extension of the common school system. These have become accomplisnel facts. That Mr.Br an has lobt none of hib popularity anil thai he eati draw the lantetit auditnees of any man iu the nhole world, is evidenced everywhere he joes. Ihe New York Sun, a Kopub liitui paper, sayo: The lion. William Jennings Bryan has no icason to couipiaiu of the sizi of the audiences that assemble to hear him bimetlli?m." At Burlinj-aintalk Kansas, one day last week, he spoke to 13,000 persons, and his receptions w ere At Iola. iu the same most enthu-iasti- u State, the next day lie addressed from 10,000 to 12,000 persons on 'bimetallism " "People camo fifty miles to hear htm." Wo quote from Republican accounts. People who think the back of the free silver movement is brJken are deludiug themselye. Wherever the Bryauites were strong in 189G they are strong today; and wherever they eve stronx, the helef in and the demand for the free coinage of silver have not diminished a e, Eveiv bottle you take of Johnston's SarsapariHa means better health, and every bottle contains a quart. It makes better bloodpurer blood. For thirty years this famous remedy has been creating:. sad maintaining- gooa neaun. builds cp the system, tones ONE OF TWO WAYS. pnr-pos- e. arsaparilla the nerves, and strength ens the mus promptly and effectually than any other known. The pallor of th'e cheek disappears, energy takes the place of lanenor, and the rich color of health flcWs to the cheeks. Uneqoaled for all disorders of the stomach and liver, and for all weakening complaints of men, women, and children. Sold everywhere. Price $1.00 per full quart bottle. WILLIAMS. DAVIS. CROOKS & CO.. Dot roll, filch. Llvcrettes Cure Sick Headache and Biliousness. 35c more cles remedy P. B. llnnlcy's Vo.'jB. GEO. W. K1I.EY Old Stand. 33- - rfi at . ag Sold by D. Z & T. Ti. Taylor, Waco. Ky. n. a JASPER, fi 3SKA "-- A New Cheap asli Grocery Below we Jl . . particle," QUEEN & CRESCENT LOW RATES. AND FRUIT HOUSE Opened next door to Richmond National Bank, quote a few of our prices : Best Granulated SnfrarMlts. for Arbuckle's Coffee 2 lbs. for Best lirand Canned Corn 7 Jc, 2 for Bc-Brand Canned. Tomatoes 3 cans for. Lird. Bet Maple Leaf Boards4 lbs. for Eed Star Wash . Best Coal Oil per gallon Pure Stick Candy 2 lbs. for. ' . -- .. Pare Miied Candy 2 lbs. for t Ky., Recommends Wriulit's Celerv Shelbvville, Ky., Slav 20, '96. To Wright "Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box rtf Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. X. Midilelton. druffii'-t- , and used them for Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and iound that they cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excel ent remedy. Yours very truly, n Geo. W. Rilev. Of Shelbyville, Car-Mile- s. d sun-atio- - TO- W. 0. T. U. Conventions, Torronto, Ont. (Cananian) October 1S97. (World's) October Public Health Association, (American) 1S07. Philadelphia, 'Pa., October W. C. T. U. Convention, National, Buffalo, N. Y7, October 20-223-2- 6, 2o-2- 0, . . 00 25 15 25 25 . 10 10 15 15 . 1897. Consregational Methodist church, General Conference, Calvert, Texas, Novem- Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention, me a cull and be convinced. Wholesale and Retail. Give tJltmrrou Itifamcs Falling alem err. Jmpotnc7. SleeplMne, etc7 caa? br Abaae or otlxer xcesd BDa ladlr Thy quieUiu and murtlp ertttonis rastara Lost Vitsliir In oldorTOunK.and fit a sua for fttcdr, boilness or minis. Prrrrnt Insnitr ruid fjonttusctlon ir tarnn tim. Thirni &hv imT&edliiA lciDrovo. monlaid. efffjeta a fORE ahfTfi all othar fill la- Ut arot Itavlna' tha gtmnlce Ajaz. Tablets Ther haTocr red thonffnnda ami will euro too. WeciYeapo-ltiT- a to eSoct arnn Cf pTC in written roaraat u I w, par each ctner refncd the mooar. Prica rflfsgii; or six rht (nil traalmentl for J2JO. Ilj zaail. ill plain wrapper, upon reempt of price. llrralAT free. AY DPUCnVm wowaa?. Ul- xw...- 1 IV3E A MAN MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CORE AJAX w WECURE GLEET ber Auditor Stone is' particular in some things and not so particular in others. We know of warranis that he has drawn on the Treasurer that there was no law for. We cite him to the payment,of Senators on the certificate of theLient. Governor. If he can find a line in the Statutes that authorizes hitn to do this we will eat the book without water. Carlisle Merctirjv 6. JeS-l- y MABGOLEN, Proprietor. Herns' on. ww.t Calaaa, For ale in Elchaond, Ky., by Hafran y r-r- The hladdcr was created for one namely a receptacle for the iinw, and as such it is not liable to any km ot disease except by one or two wh -- . The first way is from imperfect actios of the kidneys. The second way is careless local treatment of other disea.- s. CHIEF CATJSZ. Unhealthy urine from nnhealthr Vi Ls the chief cause of Wmluvr troubles. So the iiomb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or d'gease, except in rare reibes. ft is situated hack of and very ek-- f the bladder, therefore anv pain, dfoeaeo or inconvenience manifested in the kl-ns, back, bladder or urinary passive is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. The error is easily made and may be ws easily avoided. To find ont correctly, our urine aside for twenty-fose hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the extrstordinary effect of Dr Kil the trreat kidney and mer's Swamp-Roobladder remedy, is soon realized. If you need a medicine yon should have the best. Atrirtiggiats fifty cents and one dollar. Yon may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail. Mention the Climax and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binjhamton. N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the gennineness of this offer. fiu - o ej ur t, & fab3-l- DR. PETER FLUCK'Srr ;f:SADDLERY.:: few-acr- ARM iFORI HON. CT. CALDWELL, Great German Remedy, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom . mends "Wrights . Celery-Capsules- ADiN liisp-iwa- rosi-U,-c- ty The Oynthina Democrat notes that a Pennsylvania w'oman sues for divorce becanso her husband throws silver dollars at her. Must be a goldbng. Queen & SALE c7aam Pakkeesbceg, W. Va January 264 1995. The VwanT Meo. Co., i Columbns, Ohio. K " nan The undenipmed has a farm oF2Q0 acres, as a whole or to anit purchaser, which he otters at private sale; situated at Crescent Route. Handsome birds-ey- e -- Kennedys Kergan At Wiltis AznKix'sI.ivnii'r Staile sionary Hidge, "VValden'a Ridge, and cheaper All kinds of portions of the Cliickamauga field as than can be fconeht asy where In PJchmond. seen from the summit of LooWnr Moun- Olve us a trial and. be cosrinced. Satisfaction tain. Highest style of, .lithographer's guarantee. . art. On fine paper; plateVl0x2J, - Maired v . .. ... Sir-TtZZ.-wti- , a-J .wciucOTiisiusiampB. $r "-" historical lithograpli.col-ore- d view of tilfattanooga, Mis- Qeo.XVHite! ii : r.:: Bank. iwi'ip"re s .!- 1 """i. 1 va - m 1 n-- WrC,lKlKBA)X, "T iix2'Z. Ga'i. Fiute'r. Ast'ii. & - w s ifiii'tH i: - ? zz..iz-?- rim n .i. !?:' -.- " SVntjuit a-. , ia ,'M 1 t. mjw msg!&& vnsr rx Hum- - Wn krtmr ni wasllh. ber, 3S94. and find them to be mencedI first began taking them STATION, whilt at Hot Springs, Atlc, under treatment !forictic Rheumatism. Lirer and troubliV Constipation which J on the waters of Silver Creek Jilt Is well watered. 'There is 110 better land in Madison nao long saneren. ji ionua tne county. Celejy Capsnlefi gave me ereat relief j It Is a fine neighborhood and accessible by front the beginning and hve oud them , railroads, mills. tantpike to acbools, nnso- s otWblte's et, within ar from .Ricaeead., Station Post everjwnce.'. nun pieasare,toanil ami recommend thorn1 any Office, tommies v all tm&sriafc with IikaafHictfous or either of'tSwOj. Very truly yonrs. . balaaoe to sJtrlrah3K-Fer partieulais,. c , ChakuisT Caldwkll. L "2. '. a Tr- -' IJlyTSvJfgaB, DrryreistT Prwe U. White szz. Gtjitlemen: I have Wright's Celery Capsules since been using Far the an4 WHITE'S - Novemas recom- Imraediats Eelief PositlTO CWO r I 11 d 111, wm NEURRLGIR. av AiiIS. vecns.-Ittiigrstd by physiciaas of thahtgfaat r.i iSi chm-ehes- halt-nil- lriitJl u-- jTBRM8-8atewi- ll.be mado'oHe-third-cas- h, Jurjq. r per mmr, r02C .' i r a4r-c- kbmb bhubo ;r-- - t4-t- t Ta i iueo;rf tad KIT. "W - , nH,itti,iey. . - . r ,1 l!riwi.wpKDor. mmgm. mm 1 tLHTCaElflB5LtI, "' ijartat-ur- o itwnqe e- - - 1 llMfflMMrailO'l JT&. j'jw4ai The Richmond Climax. rUBLISUEB K A SEW DUDLEY IS TEE FID. From Extreme Nervousness. The villi- ? vote on li'iinis EKV WRDNRSDAT BT Ths Climax Printing Co. C WOODS, Associate Etfttor. "Blocks of Five." A Republican Scheme to Take Charge of The Polls. PRICK Headquarters Jlqmblican Campaign Com mince, Riclimond, Ky., Oct. 15, 1897; Deak Sir: We have for the first time 18J7 WEDNESDAY. OLT 20, in years a splendid chance to carry Madison county for the Republican county ticket and if we can get our vote out to the polls we can and will viiu. We write to ask that you give this matter your personal attention so far as you can, and- - see that every Republican in your part of the precinct sets to the polls early at least by 10 o'clock in the morning. If our voters wait until after dinner to vote they may find that the ballots have all been used by ths other side. You have been appointed one of the committee to take not less than five voters to the polls. So select your men. Be on watch for Democratic schemes and trirks and by all means instruct each voter to place his cross mark (X) under DEMOCRATIC the log cabin inside the square and noFor Clerk of Court of Appeals, where else. Our ticket is composed of SAM J. SHACKELFORD, of Daviess county. men of high personal character and should meet the hearty and undivided For Circuit Jnilce support of the party. The ticket, as you THOMAS J. SCOTT, of Madison county. arc aware, is as follows: Waller Ben nett, Countv Judges C. C. Wallace, For CommnnwealtliV Attnmpy Sheriff; Grant E. Lilly, County AttorB. A.CRUTCHER, of Jessamine county. nev; L. E. firiggs County Clerk; II. E. Allen, Circuit Clerk; J. C. Armstrong, Representative, W. W. COMBS. Jailer; B. F. Cotton, Assessor; II. S. County Judpe, Cojle, School Superintendent; J. Speed P H. SULLIVAN. Smith, Representative; T. L Goodlet, County Attornev, Coroner. J. TEV1S COBB. Let us all stand united and shoulder Sherifi", to shoulder, and we will carry the II. H. COLYER. county by a safe majority. Circuit Clerk, Yours for the Parly, S. II. .THORPE, JR. T. S. TJuws 151, Conntv Clerk " JOHN F. WHITE. Chairman Campaign Comuii! tee, Jailer, K. G. pAKiusn, JAMES C. LACKEY. Secretary Campaign Commitee. Assessor, JPKlt YEAR, $1.50. IN ADVANCE, $1.25 ember '2 who votes fo. Free Pikee to also vote In tho Stomach Caused Crcat for uny Bond issue that may bo necSuffering Was Confined to tho essary fo carry the reform into execuBed But Now Able to Work tion You vill hao to vote on Free " In October, 1S95, 1 had an abseesfl la Pikes and Bonds under separate my stomach. I ws also taken with pleuI was heads and you should look them up. risy and coughed very badly. Improve. by physicians bat did not Wo hope to be able to inform you just treated, ever pelting well. how tho ballot is goinn to look, in I gave up all hope ot n " II was not Myrlght side was swollr reference to these matters, before able to walk across tho and was many days; also as to where tho Con- confined to my bed. I was advised to stitutional Amendment question will try Hood's garsaparilla and began taking appear thereon. Be alive to theso--l it. In three days I could seo a chango matters and agitate them among jour for tho better. I kept on taking Hood'fl Sarsaparilla until I had taken four botfriends and neighbors. " Free Pikes and tho ..ill be taken on Nov. t ' the duty of every man An. Abscess A MO Mcv im SAV EEEZZZS1 Tacks lc.hox. Matting Tacks 2c a Ikx. Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files lie and 5c. 10 inch Flat File Sc. C'urleisoc. Tracing Wheel 3c. s ! . ;s0 I 1 Rill FdoSilkSi 2for5e. . Hope Silk " 3e-2- E222n3332BSreiS2EI Ea7iESZKS3 Si TICKET no ono remedy can contain tho elements necessary to euro all diseases. Is a fact well known to everyone. Dr. Miles' Sjstem of IJestoratlvo Kemedies consists of seven distinctively different preparations, each for Its own purpose. Mrs. I. C. Bramlcy. 37 Henry St., St. Catherines, .Ontario, writes: "For years I suffered from cxtremo nervousness and annoying constipation, developing Into palpitation and weakness ot tho heart. I was unablo to sleep, suffered much from headache, pain In my left side, palpitation and a constant feeling of weakness and prostration. I began using Dr. Miles' Kervine, Heart Curo and Nerve and Liver Tills and the Anti-Pai- n Pills to relievo sudden paroxysms ot pain, and headache. I soon felt much Improved and tho pains and aches and wcarlncsa left me. I then took Dr. Miles' Bestorativo Tonic a'nd am now restorea to good health." my-form- er Vote for Free Pikes. Vote for Bonds! Vote Against tho Constitutional Amendment. tles and continued to Improve. I am now able to do a good day's workon the farm." M. E. Mann, Demoasvllle, Kentucky. jj otiohsts 20.-- Harps 5c up. 1 r m 9 line lc Whitewash Brush Fi-- h doz Fisdi Hooks lc. . gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money re- jfc-- ' funded. Book on diseases of tho heart and Mb nerves free. Address, DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug- Miles' Restore Health M Jl M Elkhart, Ind. paign RrruBLic.iNS should not trut tricky Democratic editors during a hot cam- Pantagraph. If you will appeal to their intellicence and not to their passions, you will have established a rijrlit to bo called a Iiiend of that beniuMcd race on whose ignorance and idolatry your party exists. Freed from slavery, the negro to day is in political bondage for a debt he has paid years ago. T.O.CURRY. Superintendent I'ob'ir- Schools, - J. WAGERS. Coroner, Surveyor, M. G. BROWN. J". B STOUFFEB. ForCiiv.Tinlj;e H. C. RICK. For Citv Attorney J". ForMavfir S. F. TtOPK. CITY TICKET. Thanks to the Pantagraph for re publishing our replies to its colicky vomiting. The emptiness of its re joinders are thereby rendered all tho more ridiculous. As a debater the cditorof the Pantagraph is a titwillow Jv the present shamnful, incompetent and disgusting administrations of Todd and Bradley are what tho present Itepublican nominee for Clerk or of the Court of Appeals endorse-1what our local Republican nominees hope, if successful in gaining control, to furnish Madison county, deliver us from tho calamity nf Republican rule the now and evermore, Cumax lias nothing to urge against the men who think, or profess to , l'en-onall- TALUO r JACKSON. MAUPIN. Court Hou-sCitv University H.ill-MEKSH- TEVI. PICKED. G IBSON, KIC1IM0VI) DISTRICT. ON. BALLARD. Tin: Pantograph winces like a galled jade under the lashing which wo felt compelled to administer to it last week. If perchance we dipped into the realms of yellow journalism it was with a view of puncturing a tough hide and a short Our sensitive neighbor think, they are running a winning recollection. should take an emetic if the truth soui rate. Politically, wo can see no good on his stomach. On with the dance to come from their administration, as ' t i Richmond ami Jigain begged and im plored Senator John Bennett to perUrox invitation Gov. McCreary spoke mit the use of his name for Circuit to liis old constituents at LaATencebnr; Judge, but he peremptotily declined. on Monday. Tlie Court liouse xTas The Senator is wiser in hit, day and crowded, and liis speech was well re- generation than the children of light He knows that Judge Scott can't be ceive!. beaten and tunning for office for the The Assistant Secretary of fun of thing is mighty poor amuse(Mr. Urigliam) is putting in ment. Stanford Journal. nil his time stmnpinpr Ohio for Hanua, Tun "Gold Hugh" tell us that Free a.i.d ilie Government pays his salary Silver i. dead hut the thousands who right alonjr. Bath County Banner. flocked to Icbauon, Monday and asGov. MnCitKUtY says, the telegram sembled at tho Fair Grounds in a to the Ijouisrille pnpers to the effect pouring rain three hours before the that he is a candidate to succeed Sen appointed hour for the Champion ator Lindsay are without foundation Free Silver Exponent, Hon. William in fact and were sent without his Jennings Bryan, to speak, certainly knowledge. will not believe the gold bug longer when he tries to stuff such an enorCaper-to- n Thk Pantagraph cites Col. as an example of Republican mous lie down the people Harrods probity in ths City Council. Alas! burg Saying. There are two few Capertons in the published the Thk Courier-JournRepublican party. That's what's the statement that Hon. Tom Watson, of matter with Haiina." Georgia, would come to Kentucky to James P. Ta it vi x, of Cov- answer Hon. W.J Bryan, if the latington, who spoke in Richmond dur-in- d ter dared to come to Kentucky to the Presidential campaign, has make speeches, andC.-- now that Mr. announces received a personal letter from Hon. Bryan has come the William Jennings Bryan, which is an that Mr. Watson will not come. The has ceased to be able to unusual and emphatic acknowledgement of Judge TarvinS services in scare, drive or persuade tho Demothe cause of free silver. Mr. Bryan crats into doing anything. The old writes that in the event of Judge Democratic party goes right on with Tarviu'b nomination for Circuit Court its own business, regardless of what C.-may think, say or do. See! Judge ho will come to Kenton county tho Carlisle Mercury. and make several speeches in Judge Tarvin's behalf. Hox. Benton McMillan, tho noted Tennessee Congressman, has served continuously in Congress since 1878 and is the oldest member in point of service on tho Democratic side. He is not yet fifty-tw- o years old. Ho is one of the vast army of Main and Broadway. native born Kentuckians who have achieved distinction in other States. He was lorn in Monroe county, Ky., and was educated at Centre College, Danville. Among his class mates were Champ Clark, the Missouri orator, also a native Kentnck-iaand James Lane Allen, the noted writer. Blue Grass Clipper. Would be hazardous for us Let no Democrat forget that the unless based upon result of the election in November farts. In the matter of means much to Democracy. Hind-ma- n Rugs and Carpets, vie often cau havo no other object than to use strong language, though secure the election of Ikiiley, and vie evade superlative asser- without the of .the KenAgri-cultnre For Majitrato N. B. TURPIN. For Constable W. L SIMMONS. The radtt held another jow-wo- w none has ever resulted from the party at of which they are the accredited standard-bearers. of Republican rottenness is shown in the following extract from an article which appeared in the Capital (Republican) "Under last year's operation with the contract with A. D. Martin for the chair output, the State lost 97,2SG 20. It is useless W mince words about this transaction. Somebody has been corrupt, or there has been the nio-- t ihcno-menexhibition of aMninity ever witnessed in the management of the Frankfort prison. If the commissioners of the sinking fund stand "four to one ,againstthe governor as they have in the past, then they must take the responsibility. Gov. Bradley can well aflord to be conspicuously in the minority in this matter." Pantagraph, please copy. al Another done al Jude J. C'-- J. J. CFiBrower&Co tion of the Pantagraph we reprint this bit of information from tho Cincinnati Enquirer: Hon. St. John Boyle, of Louisville, one of the most reputable .entuvky Republicans, late caucus nominece for the United States Senate, was at the St. Nicholas, coming to argue an important case in the United States Court of Appeals. "I am going to do some scratching myself this year," remarked Judge Boyle, "and while the mayorahty race in Louisville will be close, I should not be surprised to bee Weaver, the Democratic candidate, elected. He ought to be. Yes, Dr. Hunter is going out of the State, and it would be a good thing if he would Fon the information and delecta- hi Strong Statements n. bed-roc- k ce tions as needless We Feel Safe. ft y. Ife. ix . tv-- rfc . ,r But we submit this queotton to the Pantagraph: "'Will your party give the same kind of administration of Richmond's alfaits as it is giving in not exist in the South toIn Chattanooga Tuesday the Mayor Louisville and at Frankfort?" day. and six out of eight Councilmen Evidences of Republican misrule elected are Democrats, the majprity are too numerous to mention. Parfor Mayor being 995. The city usually goes 400 to 500 Republican. India- don is asked for our repeated exposnapolis also went Democratic by ures of the party of purity and roform, really tho Pantagraph is so 4,008, the largest plurality ever given but blindly partisan thaUt has not heard Tom Taggart was there. Mayor, although McKinloy carried the news. This dispatch from Frankwe suggest to the city by 6,744. Tho wjjole Demo- fort is so odorous that our neighbor to burn a rag before cratic licket.and a large majority of the Democratic nominees for the reading it: "Ricbt on top of the refusal "Of tho Gouncil are elected by majorities Republicans to have the penitentiary somewhat smaller than that of Tagbooks and chair factory examined by gart. experts comes the renewed investigalhe straight Democratic ticket swept m Nashville on Thursday and still the tion t.f the scandals and mismanagement of the State Feeble Minded band plays on. Institute. The Commissioners of this Ionokanoe personified. The Cli- institute, a maj jrity of whom are Re- Highest HoWs World's Fair, max either ctn't or wont tell the publicans, met yesterday and were truth. What became of the surplus turned over to Grover Cleveland by ab jut to adopt a resolution requesting Superintendent Hull to resign, but President Harrison ? Pantograph. is an historical fact that when Slate Inspector Lester requested them It office ho to hold up tho resolution lilt Daoestaus, Bolaras, Cleveland retired from $350,000,000 complete his investigation ofhxcouhl Is here. the inturned over a surplus of to his successor, Benjamin Harris in stitution. Kermis, Dr. Huff's deposition was taken It is an historical fact that when Caslunsres, etc. by tho Inspector, and he adHarrison retired from office lie had not only spent that surplus, but left mitted that his sou's rotations with Sale Now in Progress. an empty treasury and tho country one of the femulu attendants at the plunged deeper in debt. The colos-r.- il institute had not been proper, aud I extravagance of the Republican thatshehad beon.sontto uer home in was one of the chief Lewis county. He also admitted that caufeGs of Harrison's defeat. The his attention was called to this matter M Pantagraph had better consult its'R. by tbeCommissioners before ho sent-thMOST PERFECT MADE woman homo. Tho result of the, A R.'H. bureau of Information before pure Crape Cream "of Tartar Powder, jrw making anymore such breaks as the Inspector's investigation vill bo from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, LEXINGTON, Ky. given the Governor in a taw tlays.'"r" above. sfti-i- r 40 1 tucky wing of the Rational bolters the Republican party has no more chance of securing office than has Satan ot regaining his lost estate. Democrats, remember to vote to wash away the stain which Republican rottenness has placed upon the fair name In assuring yon that the of our Stato. A vote for Hindman is equal of our Oriental Bus .1 vote to perpetuate which even and C&rpct Display does decent Republicans blush to eudorse. ! stay out.'' Until the Pantagraph backs up its vague insinuations with figures which it either does not possess or is too cowardly to publisu, no attention will be paid to its assertions that the city government is in the hands of leeches. Meanwhile the contention of the Climax relative to the incompetency and rottenness of tho Republican party is supported by facts which it does not attempt to deny. In State government its party litis made a colossal failure, whilst the municipal affairs of Louisville under George D. Todd aro so rotten from 6tem to stern that the leading Republicans of that city declare that they will, under no circumstances, support their party's nominee for Mayor. If, therefore, history and experience go for anything, it shows that the people of Louisville, irrespective of party, have an elegant sufficiency of Radical Reform Rule in that City! Every ed Price, Size, Design, Color, Wk occasionally hear that free silver is dead. And yet the National Democrats are breaking their necks to boat Shackelford, and their speak& ers go up and down tho State preach1; six fur $3. Prepared only liy a I. Hood Co., ing "Sound Money" to a handful of Lowell. Mass. Get nood's and only Hood's. aro tne dpsi aiieriu i listeners. Eight K.stional Democratic HOOd S PlllS pills, aid dlsestlcn. 23c orators spoke at dilferent points in Kentucky last Saturday. Among them was a Vice Presidential candi- once, and the list embraces nearly date, Buckner; a United Senator all the crimes in the calendar, robbery, perjury, house breaking, manfrom Kentucky, Lindsay; an from Tennessee, Patterson; slaughter, theft, etc. Among those an of the Superior Court, J. pardoned wero Amos Guest, Sanford Q. Ward, and others of more or less George, Nelson Fields, Crit Gordon, prominence. And yet all of the peo- Jordan Hawkins, Albert Finch, Silas ple combined who hearif these free Goff, Henry McKinney, Henry silver funeral directors did not equal Young, Mose Mack, John Poindexter in siz-- any one audience which heard and others of tho very worst negroes Bryan lust week at his appointments in our city. Verily the Republicans in Kentucky. Is Bryan dead? Is aro in desperate straits when thieir free silver dead? The wish is father Governor is reduced to this method to the thought. The New York Sun, of retaining supremacy." Pantagragh please copy; Republican, acknowledges that the followers of the Chicago platform BRYAN SPEAKS TO TWO HUNDRED THOUhave lost nothing in enthusiasm, SAND PEOPLE IN KENTUCKY earnestness or numbers We lost tho LAST WEEK. Presidency by coercion and restraint of voters. Are ve to bo defeated Jlr. Bryan, the defeated candidate henceforth bv ridicule? for President of the United States, Hi: h taxes and no public improve- concluded a series of nine speeches in ment , t.tt and sleek city nillciais Kentucky on Thursday last at Padu-ca- h i the condition that the canhaving spoken to nearly 200,000 nibals ..ke to have our missionaries people in four days, and receiving an before toasting them. Something loose "- something rotten. Panta- ovation which a President might graph. envy. Lot's see; there's Judge Rice. He It was our good fortuno to hear him is slightly corpulent, but it runs in at Lebanon on Monday, and bo long the Rice family to be fatr." And sleek ! as we shall live no man will bo able Well, he is the best city judge m this to dislodge our belief in tho purity, section. He knows tho law and en- patriotism and greatness of this new forces it. Offenders are punished star of the west, which, like the Star and that's what Gov, Bradley is mi- of IJethlehem that guided the wie nus, lie pardons criminals to vote men to tho birth plac of our Savior, points the way, in the language of John the Republican ticket. And there' Pat Sullivan, City At- G. Carlislo, in 1878, "to the emancipatorney. Think of him being fat and tion of tho masses from the merciless g plusleek! Ho looks more like the run- clutches of the ning gear of a katy-diand only re- tocracy." Above tho roar and din of cently put on a sleek suit of clothes the discordant elements, more notable to make his campaign for county than the rarih" discussion, as a splenjudge. Anything wrong with Pat? did presiding genius, above strikes He's poor, compared with .W. and breaks and mercantile assignWaller Bennett, but when it comes to ments, rises in the average citizen's sense he asks him for no inforn.a-tiou- . mind the splendid visage of the young statesman who drew more people to And John Baxter, City Collector. Is the Tennessee Centennial week behe fat and sleek? His nose is over- fore last than did President McKindeveloped, which makes him look loy and his Cabinet or any other atlike a Jew sign for a sock house, but traction of the Exposition! At Glashe's not sleek, except when he gets gow, at Elizabethtown, Lebanon, Rardstown, Rowling Green, Russell-villafter you with you tax bill. Madisonville, Henderson and And there's the whole City Council and the School Board, all "fat, sleek Paducah immense crowds from adand rotten." A3 we have water joining counties swelled tho enthusiworks, a telephone system, and a fino astic gatherings, despite the fact that graded school, what uso is there in the railroads in several places failed the Pantagraph saying our taxes are to provide cars for the transportation high "and no public improvements?" of thousands who stood at the stations and saw the loaded trains go With a view of giving the Panta nhizzing by. graph an over dose of corruption of As at Lebanon, so it was everyits own party's malodorous manufac- where Bryan spoke. The trains ture, we are compelled to besmirch brought their hundreds, butthe teams these columns again with the mis- of the farmers brought their thoudeeds of the incompetent administra- sands. We met old friends there tion now in power. On the subject from the counties of Green, Adair, of purification and reform, tho Taylor, "Washington, Nelson, Casey, Stanford Journal says: Roylo, Lincoln, and even from Mad"For years it was the battle crj' of isonHon. D. W. Tribble and Mr. E. the Republicans that there was some- C. Boggs. No such a crowd was ever thing rotten at Frankfort and there seen there since the war. must be a chance to look at the liooks. Knott introduced Mr. Bryan to The continued cry of "Wolf!" finally his audience of fifteen thousand peomade even a few Democrats believe ple who stood for two hours in a solid that there was something in it and at mass and cheered his every telling last tho chance was given the Repub- point. Never has old Marion done licans. Of course they found the greater honor to a greater man than books all right, as the more honest of when her citizens united with those the Republicans knew and the more of a dozen neighboring counties to intelligent Democrats never doubted. do homage to this champion of huThe books uere always open for in- manity's cause. There is no citizenspection, but since the rads have be- ship beyond 'that which recognizes come their keepers it seems that they the sweat of honest toil; there is no are kept under lock and key from tho cross so precious that manhood de"ol. W. S. Forrester, of the serves thereon a crucifictiou; there is public louisville Capital, has been demand- no crown worthy to be placed upon ing an investigation of the chair con- the head of honest endeavor. Capital tract, which robs the Stato of S100.000 has its rights, and so has labor. There or more annually, and failing to get is justice to one and justice to tho it, instituted one of his own. His other. Mr. Bryan stands for both committee of chair makers went to alike. wealth and usurped jiraiiKiort tins weeic anu asked to ex authority in legislation must, alike amine the books, when they were not seek a champion. For the ono this only donied the priviledge, but treat- same Brj an may appear, for the lat ed with the scantest courtesy. The ter he cannot stand. This is a great "chair" contract is the worst of raids country. It is great despite its self on the treasury and the sinking fund inflicted injuries. It will lo greater commissioners' who made and con- when patriots of loftier instincts, tinue to sanction it, deservo to be further removed from the insidious scourged from the temple with clutches of nefarious elements, are ihongs " chosen to control and direct its afPantagraph is as impervious fairs. As the months, weeks and days The to arguments and facts as a duck's roll around William Jennings Bryan back into water. We have not the becomes a grander and more lovaspace to recite in detail-- the acts of ble character, as he is to day, in tho the State administration, which has language of Gov. Knott, "tho forebeen a disgrace to Kentucky. Sulllce most man in dl the world." C. Brw. to say, no Democratic Governor was ever guilty of the charge here made PAXOLA. by t o Winchester Democrat: A good crowd attended the dedication "A. hen the Governor of a great oiuprosmuies uio paruomng power services at Irvine, Sunday. Revs. Parsons and Carmack are conwith which he is vested, simply to further the interests of his party, he ducting a protracted meeting at this carries this prerogative beyond the place. limits of decency and simply perpe Elders Reynolds and Neal closed a setrates an outrage on his people. ries of meetings at Speedwell Thursday 'Such was the action of Gov. Brad- jiiglit with three additions and the ley, when on Monday ho granted par- church much strengthened. dons to a number of negro Itseems that Panola has Bwung from simply that they might register her peaceful anchorage and joined the the noxtday and vote next month. precession of ' knock down and drag It is said that at least twenty of these out." A fisticuff is a weekly occurrence, pardons were produced Tuesday if not more. Cause, that unruly memwhen tho votes of these ber, the tongue, with a little wero challenged. Some of them had moonshine thrown in, occasionally. been in the penitentiary more than Tho steamer Paris brought 13,000 000 iu gold to this country from Europe. Awarded Sarsaparilla Track Hammer 5c. Magnet T Jack Hammer 10c. Olaf-Cutter 4c. Pocket Knives 5c up. Strainers '1e. Padlocks cc up. Set Tea Spoons 4c. Set Table Spoons Cc. SHsFors 5c. up. ' ' , 10c. "'crew Hooks 4c doz. Steel Currv Comb 10c.' Waiter 10c. Butcher KniC3 Vegetable Dipper 3c. Dust Pan and Brush 15c. 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Leather WnJeh Chains V Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 aud 1" Ladies' Safety !! m and 15c ' Bias Velvtt Birding It Pocket 15. ok-- 2, 3 Fan Senilis lOr. Babv K:bbon 5c b I. 1 It . j . ex-Jud- yu '7rr?it?ir'-KJ-?-&z--::-i?-i fTo-Morrc-w' BARGAINS--- k da-light Sm i Cortun as ya:!c . i A stock to please the manj and and save the money of all who come. The virtue in valuer. tLe beaut truths and shining realities of our complete ;:n.; chosen goods, and POWER in LOW PRICES are the Dress Good:;, &c. It's a stock in perfect touch uith Fashii." selected stock of Staple and Fancy ments at prices you all can afford. distrust with generous eoneessi ?. Our new, fresh goods silence criticisms with honest worth and st3-le-; Drj-Goods, n Fry Qs-55-I- i prel-mu- eh Come and see this choice selection of honest qualities and learn why sensible, economical people prtf r money with us. Our prices will give your dollar a new dignity. Our fine quilities will clear r.way yoi r !. their You'll trade with us simply because you can'b duplicate the goods t our low prices. We are glad to v ' torsj'and are pleased to show our goods. Our Embroideries have made a great hit, as those who partook of the feast last spring were awaiting ththe present lot, which was announced to come, and is even more attractive- than that of last spring. sell at sight, and the crowded bargain counters on which the- are displayed is a veritable bee-h- i and see them. They wont last long at the prices we ask. 12 3ards Torchon Lace 5c. - Means Pleasure &Td Profit. . . . 2nT"OTT03STS 2iSEz2 Table Oil Cloth 13o v.ird. Bov's Waists 15, 20, 40, 50, 05c. rtsiL3 1 money-grabbin- d, Corset Clasp 5c Our Pet Child's Waist ISc Lidies' Bubber Comb- -, 5,8, 10, IS, 15, Our Best Corsets 25o Cotton Towels 5 and 10c 10. 20 and 25c Linen Towels 5. S. 10. 13. 15, 20. 25. Vc Shoe Blacking 1, 3 and 5c Bob Boy Corsets 50c; long v.akts worth Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c 75c Hooks and Eves lc card 2 doz card. Cool Corsets 33c 3 Spools Thread 10c Safety Pi is 2 and 3c each, v Mountain's Cor-et50- c N Bandv Waists 45c Doihy Soap lc cake. Smyrna Bouquet Soap 3c. We handle W. 11. and R. & G. Corsets C. II. B. Ball Glvcerine Soap 5c Ladies' New Coll.irs 10c Suspenders 5 to 50c Cuticle So,ip 10c 3 for 25c Tar Toilet Soap 5c Table Linei IS to 95c 1 gross Suspender Buttons 5c Cold Cream Soap oc Blacking Brushes 10, 13, 15. IS, 20, 25 The Lingtry Hair Crimper 3c doz Shell Hair Pius 5c dcz up and 3Sc Lace Curtains 39c up Hair Brushes with Glass Sc Curtain Poles ISc, complete Hair Brushes 10, 13, 15, 19, 20, 25c Pni-ol- s Dress Shields 5, S and 10c 30c up Corset Ibices lc. Felt Window Shades 10 and 15c Opaque and Linen Shades 20 ami 25c Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg (Jraterh lc Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery Bings 25 and 35c Cologne 5 to 53c Fine Couilm 3c up Pocket C'oiiiiis 3c up Whisk Brooms, wiib velvet tip. 10c Tooth Brushes 5, S, It), 15, 19, 23c 12 Calico 3ic Gilt Edge 15c t ol'on .V van! Canton flannel 5. Hi, 7 Outing Flannel 5. 71 and EiU'nk'.vn l"lo4u- vd, India Lines l' to 20c ' Ilosierv 5 to 65c Ladies' Vest Fteeeed Hit; 20 ami 25c M ties Union SniU 2'" , Ladies' Gowns 50 to fv LjKUeft' t1 branse 50 t" . ap 533Fa Men's, Working Shirts 15c up Men's Laumlried Shirts 25c ap Feather Dusters 15. 20, 25c Wool Dnsteis 15c I1o.jr Oil Cloth I7J to 25c Matting 10 to l.Sc yd C'ypeti 12c up tnz Bullous .V . Zinc Trunks SI .25 to . All-wo- IjKlies' Muslin ku:- - ". e, Wait For Our IViiliinery Opemir i$o!' Respectfully Submitted to the CasJi Trade, - 'trt.'g,-- ! gqsrsg STAPI.i: !KY GOODS. Bed Ticking 5, t s. 10 and 15c : . CLOTH I.N . Men's Snils S3 50 ol Men's Suits 7 Men' Satin-lineSuits -- 7 Knee Pants 2tV op Bor.' Knee Suits 75c to c - !!' i al jazisosscEzzz: r1 '7'yjr.jtf-.'..- i. ". j u- -u. fu i. fi sjsssssa :xaa ;"'" 3 ITFmSFI E J32 ?a rr vfl Ft ff EJ W W bmbci j- ps5s g r,i i ggg! H ij 3L-3- 1.1 2 J tSO7 H vi t3 1.3 a SSr S '1 " - Prnnripfnr i T"T!irTV!'" iinaiininmi.m.iU, - , i ., , 5 kiiirtttttt "a WJM I aTaQ llllH fv7Vff.rzttT?r fcorf :Mi?:&:Mfc&:o f YOU ALL KNOW o H t t i si TT'ft IHSi1lSHe ?s,KJ$Ayii k H A da SOT i K, aijS vif . ?. s? 4 It is now time to discard that old pair of o & Xix ESp 91 !. U frr k: - 1 - .w"'' i WK ri f- k ft.1 a j IrJs- -. r- -i zi ft. h xa 4 A Q a a3ty a "CSSJ 0 X umnner r CJ 'ho e ft TOU SEE THIS BIG You are probably tr3'ing to makeup 3our mind where to buy your next pair. STLet us 1 help you in this by asking you to call on us and examine the most complete line of FALL and WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. "a" Ill-gott- Freeman ros, xl ? rj Bi 7fr Phone, No. 21. First Street, 0 Vote Order Concerning the Tsiual of Bonds : TAX NOTICE on the dates given, for the purpose of collecting taxes for 1S97. Be sure and I will be at the following-places- , It means that if you eto to STATE OF KENTUCKY,) May Term, Madiaon Co. Fitcal Cvurt. ) June 4, '97. It Is ordered by tho 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 the purpose of taking a vote on the Issual of Bonds to be sold to enable the Fiscal Court of this county to purchase and maintain tlieTurnpiko Roads of this county free of toll to the traveling be on hand : White Hall, Friday, October 22. Union City, Saturday, October 23. Waco, Thursday, October 2S. Kingston, Friday, October 29. Newby, Tuesday, Octobor 2G. Reagan's Store, Monday, October 25. Kirksville, "Wednesday. October 27. public It is further ordered thattlie Sheriff Ilerea, Friday and Saturday, Octoof this county advertise this election ber 22 and 23. and the object thereof. J. P. Simmons, Sheriff. The question to be submitted at the oct!3-3said election is and uhall bo ark you IN PAVOIt OV ISSUING BONDS for the purchase and maintenance of tho -123- -EGOMOMJST Turnpike Roads of this county Free of Toll for the traveling public. A Copy ATrEST: RANGES J so. F. White, Clerk. By Thos. Thorpe, ID. C. w " iHK You can buy a good Suit of Clothes for Or a Good Ulster for - -- Q.h1C -- aw vi - a tk Pi yj y jug-taver- n In pursuance pf the above order, I will on November it beinjr the regular November election, open a poll at each and till tho voting precincts jn Madisou .county, Ky , to hold said election. 8ePt29-5j. p. Simmons, S. M. C. CO w lv The Khediru of Egypt is in a serious condition financially. Dcafufss Cannot be uretl by local applications as thev cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness is cansed by an inflamed condition of the mucous liuii.g of the Eustachian Tube. "When "This tube gets inflamed TO CURE A COLII IN ONE DAY. H w "Oks ISi Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets- - All Druggists refund tha. money it it fails to Core. 23c. For sale by AV. G. Waite, Druggist. Richoct6-6mond, Ky. m ??v xi T .TST ;fe"iS Tla I" Well Worth Dollars More, We are Agents for Thos. EmmersoBS , X Sals of Bank Stock! La-Genj- is, to-da- y CREAM BAKING C.F.Bfower&Co j;d:n!iii-u.itiui- i POWDER ,vf -- e f - - - iT- C " - Lr K j Jt!'''- fcy-- -j -- T, ii you have a rmuhlingsound or imperfect hearing, ami when it is entirely close-- i By virtue ot a judgment of the Madison CirDeafness is the result, and unless the September can be (akou-Jbn- t .and this cuit Court, enterteTtdW. 11. Bocks, dee'd., tenn, 1SW, I as executor of will ibo restored to its normal condition, Hell publicly in front ot tae court house door in if hearing will be distroied foiejer; nine Bichmond, Ky.,00 cases oat of tea, aro cause Fiy catarrh, which is nothing' but an inflamed con- Saturday, October 23rd, 1897, dition of the mucous solaces. at 2:30 o'clock, p. m. , the following shares of We will give one Hundred Dollars for Daojjwia,,: ininj; saarc3 in tne .i NatI5ual Bankof Rtcfcnond, Ky.rand any cases of Deaf neas (cauHed'bycitarrh) shares ia the KicJimond National Bank, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh, ot Ufctaaxmd, Ky. HU M Terass'wfll be. literal land made tnownn. 6ure Send for circulars.freeV . J 1 TlL L.. CKUTC'HBH. durafaol. F. J.Cheney & . 0: v, OwdAftetr j - i Secter., QfG-lmiSold bYDrugjir, masm rm .i IM V ; "' 5t?vJ U w . 3 fa,"- ali-it- a Si i Sons Fine Shoes. Ea . Madl-so- eev-este- es ,'-. Co..-ToJ6i- ?v V t?. j. - - -- "'"L " cuu .ia" ' TJ Roofing, Guttering and General - JobAt ork. UiT -- - - j. r r i ";.! ' JI' I ?h : ClC n .;er, Tit Slwtr, Tkt Halter, The Furnisher wavS.li ' M . T.S . M .mi'Fwm The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 20, Sale of a Saddle Horse. i isg; 3 Advertisements will be received o by THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g exceeds 3 that of any otherpaper published O in Uiclnnond. 3utee that Us eircuhirion C The Woodford Sun kij-s- : Gay Bros., the successful raddle horse dealers of Piegnh, have sold to the re presentative of the Japanese Eaiporor, the black colt Cupid, by Highland Denmark, for the largest price any 3 year old ever sold for, aud probably the largest price over paid for a saddle horse. The is the first Kentucky saddler to cross the waters of the rjcilic. Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy without seeing Stouflers. thist-hunty, Negro vs. Negro. sspt-20-0- rientyof JellicoCoal atBlanton'. See Stouffer for uuderwear. sept-29-Gm Wm. M. Shipp Taken (0 TJie Pen. ill Miss Mary of fever. Traynor is seriously Sat- "Miss Jerry" at court houso urday night. A new lino of buckbonrds at Jbhn Doneleon'A the nicest you ever saw. 'A play on a white sheet," 'a lnvo story in pictures," nt court house Saturday night. Hon. J. V. Bailey, long. William AT. Shipp, of the Midway Deposit Bank, who was sentenced to two years in tho penitentiary for embezzling funds of tho bank, and who had been in jail at Versailles for the last eight months awaiting the action of the Couitof .appeals, where his case was carried was taken to (ho Frankfort pen Saturday. Mrs. Shipp accompanied her husband. Shipp is in very feeble health and it.iB said ho will not live See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. sept-20-0- ui of Gainesville, Texas, will sneak at the Court house, this city, October 20. $2 2o to Louisville and return on morning of October 22 and 20, limited to next daj , via L. fc X. Tickets onsaleat Dr. White's drug Btore for Anton Feid's grand orchestra, at Lxinj:ton, October 20. A Chesterfield Behind Iho Counter. Mr. Al McConnick has rented the Garnet t House, on Second, and will .run a first-clahotel. Vanderbilt University foot hall team defeated Central University Saturday bv a score of 14 toO. We will give you the best overcoat made prices. in town for the least money. Come and ss Passenger, who purchase tickets at the Cincinnati Southern depot at Lexinton have doubtless been pleasantly impressed with the polite agent, Mr. W. G. Morgan, who has for about twenty years stood behind the little wicket and sold tickets to a million people, all of whom doubtless would agree that ho is the most agreeable, obliging, poiite agent they ever met. He is an ornament to his profession, a credit to his company, and worthy the best office in its gift. Suits to orderat Stoufler's at ready sept-29-Om see them. Covington & Mitchell. Dan Curry Playing the Insane Racket. Dan Curry, who is in jail here for If I liRvn't what you want give me killing John Corloy at Corbin last your order subject to approval. June, says the Williamsburg Times, John Doxelson. attempted, as is supposed, to burn A store key was found on Lanhimself one night last week. He had now at this his caster Avenue, and is bed clothes, etc-- , piled in the door . iflio-Call and pay for this notice of his cell, and set them on tire. ;ind pet same. When tiie other prisoners found it The swing of trade is this way more out and put out the fire, he was back an.l more. We give you better clothing in the rear end of his cell. Curry's for th- same money than anywhere clce. defense is insanity, and he must CoMiigton fc Mitchell. either ho wrong mentally, or doing The Rev. Henry Miller, Synod's this to make people believe he is. - Please make the statement for me that am unalteral ly opposed to being marched to tho polls 'in blocks of five," like dumb cattle driven to the 'slaughter; that while 1 shall never cease to he grateful to Abraham Lincoln for freeing the negroes, yet I refuse to remain a slave lo the pirtv which boasts it set me free. That party long since outlived its usefulness, and y not only cares nothing ut heart for the negro but precious little for the poor white men within its folds. It is the party of the few, tho great trusts and soulless corporations being its masters who have no fear of God, man nor devil. I have paid my debt to that party long ago, and as the Savior of my race it has outlived its usefulness aud made political Ixmdnien of all whom it set free. I see one J. D. White of my rare indulges in a lot of historical buncombe about slavery. Slavery is dead! Talk to me of equal rights. The Republican party is a party of promises, but it never fulfills its promises after the votes are counted. We are a debauched race, bought up, so W hite says, witji a drink. He is rigiit. I am here to state that some of the preachers and deacons of our negro churches ate daily supplied with whisky and beer by Republican camlidites who thus have no regard for the spirituals moral welfare of those who are presumed to he our guides and cxemplais. My complaint is this: The negro race is or ought to be free. It owes this generation of Republicans absolutely nothing. It can be elevated only by its own honest efforts and by cultivating a self respect which considers it an insult to he offered a bribe. And finally, as a sure means of obtaining our just recognition at the bauds of the white race ol this generation, we should refuse to have our votes counted in advance by any political party. I am for political freedom for my race, and I propose to stand by those who would emancipate us Wixck Bai.hiu). Editor Climax: i to-da- Mrs. D. M. Chenault, on Lancaster Avenue. Mrs..T. M". Morrow and son. Hugh and Eininut, of Jackson, visited Mrs. .ilarvcy Ellison, on Third street, several days last week. Bdley Duncan, of Carlisle, nephow of S. M. Duncan was 1 town Tuesday, the first time in a number of years, lie left for Richmond. Democrat. Hon. W. H. Smith, ofsjlichmond. was here Wednesday ".Alls. R. obb went up to Richmond Tuesday afternoon to attend tho burialof littlo Ivatherlne Caporton Stan. Jour. Miss Bessie Burnside has returned from a isit to frionds in Richmond. Mrs. D. M. Lackey attended the funeral of little Katharine Caperton at Richmond Wednesday. lancas-te- r Record. Hon. W. R. Smith, of Richmond, was here 'Wednesday Mrs. W. H. Shanks we"ht up to Madison yester- dny to visit her parents Mrs. It. Cobb went up to Richmond Tuesday afternoon to atfnd the burial of little Katl erine Caperton. Stanford journal. Friends here sympathize deeply with Col. and Mrs. J. W. Caperton, of Richmond, in tho loss of their littlo Katherine, who died Monday of brain fever, aged three years. She was unusually bright aifd was the idol nut only of her parents, but all who knew dier. Stan. Jou- -. Asacompliim- t tn one of its dol members the Shi"a Nu Fraternity will give a dance ii it hall tomorrow night in honor tf Mr. Charles H. Brcck, who is heii a visit from Pittsburg. The aCi ir would' he complete were some of the old timers on hand: Ward. Booker, Helm, Black, -- 11 Nich-olasvil- lo -- torment in Richmond Cemetery on Sunday morning. WniTE. At his late residence, near White Hall, on Friday, October 15. Perry White, one of the best known anil most highly respected farmers of Madi son, passed away after a painful illnef-of neuralgia of the stomach, aged 78 years. Deceased was mnriied about forty years ago to Miss Veederi of She survives with the Airs. William children: Dcutherage; Mis. Ezekiel ForbP.s, Mis Annie White and Mr. N. V. White, all of this county. Decrased was a grandson of Andrew Trihhle, the first .Moderator of the Tate's Creek Baptist Atsociatiou, nnd his funeral on Saturday was preached by Andrew Trihhle. another grandson of the pioneer Baptist. Shel-byville. Jkr fflllb ! iilr a m?P il iW r Restore fall, regular nctton ot the bowels, do not Irritate or inflama, trot I;avo nil thi AaMftt fllni.il.n ... nyyu ga SMS Sfv rag Spk W g a f3v I e Tliiow EBiIUILI THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE t o& 1 51 l E4 ee TAXED TO ITS UTMOST APAC1T Y y V ( itjarwmwwBwyw TO GET - wnw I Two ini! were killed iu a duel in Hotih'uii ..unty, Ga. Human life is held too cheaply when th i ulividiial who needs a tonic for his sotem, seeks to cover his wants by purchasing every new mixtuns that is recRemember that ommended to him. d Aver's Sarsaparill.i has a reputation of fifty year's standing. It well-earne- canlsm In perfect munition. Try tl.cm. 21 rents. ITciiared oalf ., C. I. Hootl & Co., Lowell, JIas. 1 - THIS GREAT BARGAIN MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. v - Already they are unloading at our door, ear load after car load of boxes filled with new Fall Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almost large enough for small dry goods stores within themselves. It is almost impossible to pass the streets in front of our store. Our shelves, our leges our upstairs department, ourbfise-nieand attics are all bending and groaning under the enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them. nt ' l - - - o-- i A woman was murdered by robbers near Garnett, Kan. Xo Tariff added, no Bad Debts, nothing to cause our enstomers and friends to pay an advance on a single article bought from us this season. - l Clothing at prices never so low Stouffers. sept 29-Ui- n at October 22 is the Day Set Apart in the Schools of Kentucky to be Dedicated to the Memory of Daniel Scene. FiangelUt, wid begin a meeting in the TVesbvteiian church at Kirksyille on next Thursdav night. Lot. A green leather pocket book with the inscription, "Elizabeth IWil," on back. Liberal reward for return of same to this otlico. -- The U. X. I. & 11. will sell tickets on Tuesday 2(th good returning the 27th, on account the Anton Seidl Concert Company, one fare the round trip. Thecitizeusof Carlisle are very much excited over the striking-o- gas, at a depth of HO feet, while boring an artesian well in that city last week. Hev. Dr. Young addressed aa in Winchester yesterday at 2:00 p. m., in behalf of local option. H will speak at Uerea, this county, November 1). on same subject- nu-di-n- ce Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnisher and letter in the city. sept-29-Om . County Attorneys Can't Get That 25 Per Cenl. The Court ol out of the emoluments of County Attorneys by holding that they are not entitled to 2o per cent of forfeitures and that the fees to paid sence 1S95 may be recovered back by the State. The decision above mentioned well not aflect the emoluments of the County Attorney of Madi.-o- n to any great extent. Forfeitures have been few and it is said that with'n the past year there has been only two. In other counties the elfect of the decision will be rather severely felt. Stouffer sell clothing cheaper than anybody. sept-29-Om a decision Saturday cuts a big slice Appeals in giouud and will be appropriately observed as such. On that day each pupil is requested to biing a penny to he used 111 the restoration of the monument that marks the letting-p- i ace of Boone and his wife at Frankfurt. The monument has been wantonly destroyed, and this means is taken to eplacc it Committees have been appointed all over the State to look after this matter, and it is thought that enough money will be raised in this way to replace it. The school children of this county particularly should take Friday, October 22, is the day set apart by tiie schools in this State to he dedicated to the memory of Daniel Boone, the pioneer of the dark and bloody anybody. great interest in this imtter and contribute largely to the fuud. Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than sept-29-G- "Miss Jerry" Coming. Alexander Blacks' popular invention has been called "a play on n white sheet," "a love story in pictures." The inventor himself calls it a picture play. Whatever it may he called, "Miss Jery" has proved an Its a hard matter to keep a stock The action of Collector Yerkes in vehicles on hand all the time; but if you will leave vour order with mo his wholesale discharge of Democrats from the Revenue Service in which you ill get what you want. they were supposed to be protected .Toiix Doxelson. by the Civil Service Laws, has atCool breezes tell us of the arrival of the t.ill season and incidentally reminds tracted widespreadjattention. In his to that heavy weight underwear will be effort emulate the examplo of the Collector of this District, a Tennessee re desirable than our thin, summer Collector has gotten himself into it girments. We have a beautiful line. little trouble if we are to judge by Co ington A Mitchell. this telegram in Thursday's Enquirer The I.iw prohibiting the killing of from Knoxville: quail does not expire until November "Fred Wanamaker, a Special Ex11. There is a fine of $25 to kill one aminer of the Civil Service Commisof these birds or even to have a dead sion, has for the last two daj'S been partridge in your possession, and half examing into the violations of the th' fliio go".--, to the informer. Civil Service law by Hon. A. J. Tyler, A neat way of swindling the post Collector of Internal Revenue for the oilice has been discovered in Belgium. Second District of Tennessee. It has A strip of thin transparent paper is been found that the Collector has viopasted over the postage stamp. When lated tho law in several instances by the letter reaches its destination the discharging clerk's against whom paper is removed ami the stamp is there were no charges, and one of whom was discharged after the order bhotless. of the President stating that clerks The It. X. I. & H. will sell tickets be discharged except for to Louisville, October 22 and 2G, fare must not cause. In the last cat-- one resignaone cent a mile each way or $2.25 for was called contrary to law. Two round trip On October 22, race be- tion appointments were made contrary to tween John R. Gentry and Robert J., men appointed were not and on October 2JI, special race by law, as the chosen from the eligiblo list and after Star Pointer. of 111 e Law Defied by Another Collector. invincible combination story and pictures. The story is fiction; the pictures are from real peopelo and the scones are real. "Miss Jerry" has made the greatets popular hit in the recent history of the lyceum. In drawing rooms and in churches, in leading public courses and before private clubs and societies, it is meeting with an almost unexampled success. It is that much sought clement a, new thing under the sun. The characters in Mr. Black's story are shown not merely in three or fou'r scenes as in a play, but in a large number covering every phase of the Mory; and he has u.sed the streets amlparks, tho seashore and the woods as actual backgrounds for his personages, who thus became extremely real to the observer. Miss Jerry has met with phenomenal success everywhere she has been, and will make her first appearance in Richmond on Saturday October 23, in the Court houte under the auspices of the pattie A. Clay Infir-manthe proceeds of which go to that" Insletution. y, ambition and ability, we may expect to hoar of him in the future as one of the country's railroad magnates Har. Sayings. Mrs. Mary B. Clay, Vice President Kentucky Equal Rights Association. Mrs. Ellen G bwn, Mrs. C. D. Mrs. Mary Francis and Mrs. James Bennett, all of Richmond, Ky., were in Covington to attend thcannu-a- l convention of the Kentucky Equal Rights Advocates, which convenes in that city on the 14th. They are delegates from the Richmond Equal Rights Club, which is one of the strongest in the State. Mrs. Irving Halsey is the delegate from this city. Lexington Leader. Mr. Charlei Brecfc, Jr., now of Pittsburg, Pa., who has been away from Richmond nine years, is here on a visit to his parents. Judge and Mrs. C. H. Kreck. Charley was a general favorite in his home town before ho left here, and his return is hailed with pleasure by all who knew him when a boy. He brings with him tho same pleasant greeting and bright countenance well known to all here before he left. He will return in a week or so to Pittsburg. Wo regret his stay with us will ho short. A telegram was received Tuesday by friends here announcing the death of little Katherine Phelps, youngest child of Cd and Mrs. Jas. W. Caper ton, of Richmond Tho child was in her second year and thoso who knew her say she was one of the brightest and most beautiful they ever saw. The fond parents have the deepest sympathy of their legion of acquaintances and friends in ihuii great bereavement. The blow to them is indeed a severe one but they should take consolation from the fact that Jesus said "Buffet little children to come unto me," and that God doh all things for tho best. Lancaster Record. Mrs. James B. McCreary's eight course ''rose luncheon" given last Wednesday at 1 ::I0 p. 111 , in honor of Mrs. R. H. McCreary, of Chicago, was the most fashionable social function of the year; so elegant, so complete, so enjoyable, that it will long linger in the memory of those who attended as a standard bv which to measure in the future. The McCreary home is not surpassed in the Blue Grafs for the elegx nee of its appointments, or the gracious hospitality of itsimnntps, and certain it is that Mrs. McCreary's twelve years in Washington have rendered her versatile in the art of entertaining in tho most fashionable manner. Hence, the occasion was a (Jlu-n-aul- t, Yellow Jack. Cascnrets. Candy Cathartic kills YelMr. Howe Cecil, of Decatur, 111., low Jack wherever they find him. No was called home by the Illness ot his one who takes Cascarcts regularly and mother, whose sickness of typhoid Rvstematically is in danger from the fever has beonnoted in these col- dreadful disease. Cascarel"? kill Yelumns. Howe is in the superintendent's low fever germs in the bowels and prevent new ones from breeding. 10c, 2oc, office of the Wabash railroad at DeoctO-lcatur, anil as he is a young man of 50c, all druggists. Fotman, et al. You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don", employ an unexperienced buyer to lay in our stock. Each and every article that fill our shelves and piled up on our counters has been selected with great care by a buyer who h..s had years of experience: who knows a "good thing when he sees it." Our campaign against high prices this season will be the Sij m0b A?K k li I m Fresh cases of the bubonic plague are reported from MadYas. Aypr's Hair Vigor, which has outlived and superseded hundreds of similar preparations is undoubtedly the most fashionable as well as economical hairdres-sin- c in tho market. By its use, the poorest head of hair soon becomes luxuriant and beautiful. It The King of Korea has proclaimed himself F.mperor. Many of your friends, or people whom you know of. have contracted consumption, pneumonia or other fatal diseases by neglect of a simple cold or cough. Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe, sure and pleasrnt cough medicne, would have saved them. It is guaranteed. W. G. oct-0-lWhite Ricmond, Ky. m hottest fought ba'tle iu the history of on r bnsinew. We set the pace for competition and let them follow. Canton vs Great stocks of Calicos are piled up on the 6treets and in the store and som of the very best brands are enly :;ic per yard. Bring your wagons ami load up. We ilou't offer you one yard at this price, but 1 000 yards if you want them. Blankets of all descriptions bouuht in lots. As great stores to buy for we can save our customers ninny a "Hard Earned Dollar" on Blankets. We sell them a nice white bed blanket, 10-- 4 size, large enough for any bed, at 4S- - per pair. 100-pai- Flannels, bought direct from mills in solid car our customers, as we can sell them f r rtt. liiX' Tsr viT-- l 5V X J lots. j- 1 A great saving to v;e have two ' to you at letail and give you wholesale prices. J- - ' Brag" Department. J The new Braids, the new Trimmings, the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress Gcods, in patterns or b the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, ''Our "3HW J j tailor-madesatin-line- d Etlie Jones, a negro,, who killed a Texas politician, was sentenced to death The most elegant things to be had anvwhere in suits or , overcoats can be found here. Our Miits aud overcoats are the death knell to all competition. They fit better, thev lo'jk nicer, they wear longer and they are priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' Clothing. Thev are double knee, double seat and elastic wait hands, not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. war-lauled s rii nil are 10 iiiunnu inii i VUb,lll J UU ..!n iieti uuyuiiiig imm a icr raper n .ut MUiitiii nrj anil iiixivuo r oil Iin.1 Jsariini;..,,::.. i" tradrninutiii nntinnc inipomm ot in !..... jttiltltltrc oe nau tins jzreat If you 't. UHJiU f en pins Toa'inunrrowii ? ii vrnra rinii Ik Ulll if .il iiin ini?ir UkW VU3II aJtUlbt lllC LSMJ n,mt steam Scrs tin His Nerk. Hood's Sarsaparilia he was cured and no svmptoms of the scrofula remain except a few scars on Ins neck. It has been three years since he was cured by Hood's Sarsaparilia." Miss Ancc Pckky, "My little brother had scrofula very badly! hut after taking a few bottles of We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Boots and Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prices made all throtuih the line, stock larger and more complete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them up. Prices lower than ever made. with drawWe have a man's Ribbed Vest, fleece-lineers to match, heavy weight, that we can sell at 25c each that bets tho world. Same that sold last season nt 4')c. Vests, with pants, winter weight, l'Jc, Ladies' (leece-Iinc- d Ribbed Vests aud worth.J.W. Childien's fleece-line- d pants fiom Sc up, winter weight An elegant line of ladies' and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very low price's. d, Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take a special pride here as pretty, stylish Cloaks are greatlv admired bveverjone and our Cloak Department is filled with beautiful thincs. Call and look through whether you need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you through. Kentncky. Hood's Pills act easily the liver aud bowels. ache. - and promptly on Cure sick head- It Robert Jones,- of Graves county, was drowned in Ret! foot Lake. Shall It lie 1G to ? Silver men says yep, gold men say no. But all who have used it whether gold or silver men concede that Folev's Honev and Tar Cough Syrup is superior to all others as 1G is to 1. W. G White 1 "Hl LK Don't he the last one to call and see this immense stock of beautiful fall good. Don't wait until the best things are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the crowd. Von will meet with a hearty weli-omand be waited on by polite, nice salesmen. "Thanking you for pasc patronage, n e are J e - 1 f-- Respectfully, v"U? - W B AIBHAM & fO MP AW ttTH; Richmond, Ky. oct-G-l- m There were two deaths from jellow lever at New Orleans this morning How manv deaths can he traced to a "slight cold?" The recoid of mortality would be greatlv reduced if every home was supplied with a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. The great exterminator of coughs, colds, croup and kindred affections. It O' f&jf& iv' W WV VN -- Ss - VV mI Ss Sp S&fr &4?- V w$ ChQ v OT S:s t-- y 7V is ..file rv ! SS superbsuccossandisthethemeof convocation in social circles. A brief description may not be amiss: Forty gue.itb were seated at two tables, the largest, seating twenty six, was sta- A John Donelson's. now stock of buggies, etc. at The Boys Who Wore The Grey. Hon. Charles A. Towne. of Duluth, Minnesota, will 6jieak in Winchester on the night of October T0. Mr. Tonne was at one time a leading luiht in the ltpublican ranks, but has deserted that party and is now an enthusiastic free silvei man. Last week one looking through the 'iiiiiiioln)iin ware room of S. L. MidkifT on Third street would have concluded he inteudelto quit business. lie had fr.ld nearly all of his buggies and baand you spection will do. Covington it Mitchell. rouches. But go there will se a full room of the nicest and Tip" is a Prohibilionist, says the Nicholas-vill- e cheapest buggies ever brought to this Democrat. tf market. to-d- ay by the commission. The Collector, it is said, has a pull with Congressman Brownlow, who is a, menibar of the National Republican Comniiteo, and all of the appointees aie the politiol workers of tho Congressman. The outcome is being watched with interest, as it is believed that tho report of the Examiner will be adverse to the Collector." After all is said there teinains so much unsaid that nothing short of an in- one had been furnished to him Two very pretty Harrodsburg girls thought it would be nice to have their pictures taken looking through the torn leaves of a newspaper. Everything appeared satisfactory and they ordered a dozen each. Upon receiving them they wore horrified to 8ee the display line of an advertisement read, "Our Pants Never liip.". Reduced the Capital. of the "French Tipton, Richmond Register, was transferred from Silver Cicek distillery to E. J. ex-edit- or At a meeting of the stockholders of the Boyle National Bank, held Saturday, it was resolved to reduce the capital stocks of the institution from $200,000 to $100,000 and to reduce the surplus from $100,000 to $50,000. The prorata distribution to the stockholders will be inaile during the next month. Hats and caps latest styles and a est prices at Stoufler's. sept-29-lr- low- To The People. office of County Attorney of Madison. If elected, my rule of conduct in the office shall be, "equal and exact justice Jo all peo- I am a candidate for the ple; to the rich and poor alike." It shall be my constant endeavor to secure a pru dent and economical administration of the fiscal affairs of the county, and thus reduce the excessive rate of taxation. I uBAXT E. Liily. solicit your aid. pay boot. Tipmay sit astride a whisky Mr. Dan Chenault is in Louisville barrel for four years at $i a day, but on business. Miss Mollio Fife has returned from it is dollars to doughnuts that he will feel like a. lost sinner all the time and a. pleasant visit to friends in LexingSee Stoufler aud have money on long for the right he has given up for ton. Miss Mary Clay Lilly, of Oynthiana, clothing, orer coats and underwear. the flesh pots." is the guest this week of li6r sister, sept-29-Gm Curley's, at Camp Nelson, where he can familiarize his lips with the difference in the relative merits of the Jessamine and Madison brands. Mr. Tipton is kept rather busy but he to a finds time to writo Republicn paper. He went home Tuesday to tegister. ".Later: It seems that this Boone's Knoll brand of whiskey has gotten in its work on short order, Tho Richmond Climax of Wednesday says that Tipton registered as a straight out Republican and remarked to the officer of election that he had been registering as a Democrat aud voting Republican but hereafter he would vote as ho registered straight. If our brand has worked this great political reformation in tho Judge there is some hope left yet for him aud tho Madison brand Is not in it." The Stanford Journals wittily remarks: "In swapping French Tipton for Robert Lee Davis, the democrats of Richmond ought in all honesty to gold-bugism Wader Cheiiault, C. S. A., held a in this city on la&t Thursday, and a day of unmixed pleasure was enjoyed by the veterans, their wives, sous and daughters, and friends of this generation. The day was bright and not too warm, though all the earth is parched by the terrible drouth. The Richmond .Military Jiand assembled the proce.s&ion at the public fountain whence, under the command of Brigadier (jeiier.d J. AI. Poyntz, it marched out Second street to the grounds. Iu the procession were the Central University cadets, under command of Lieutenant Vestal, U. S. A.; the Sons of Veterans; the Veterans on foot and on horseback, with the "Bonnylilue Flag" unfurled to the October breeze. A large number of vehicles containing the wives aud daughters of the Veterans, brought up the rear. At Caldwell High School the procession was greeted by the pupils, drawn up in line. The program embraced an address by Dr. Pontz; "Dixie" by the "Daughters of the Confederacy." After this the orator of the day, Hon. Jas. B. who was Lieutenant-Colonof the Eleventh, delivered an eloquent address. Following was a sons:, "Goober Peas," by the "Daughters of the Confederacy," which was a fitting prelude to the recitation by Miss Georgia Ray McMillan, entitled "Mtibic On The Rapahannock," which was rendered doubly impressive by the interludes Dixie." "Yankee Doodle" and Sweet Home." The occasion, already a success, was fittingly capped by an address from Rev. George W." Young, which was inado in his characteristic and illimitable 6tyle. Dinner was announced aud such a spread i seen only at a barbecue or a church dedication! This was served by the Daughters of the Confederacy at long tables under the spreading boilghs. Here nearly 2,000 yeople satisfied the inner man, to have his intellectual part freshed again by beautiful addresses bv Col. Lee Hathaway, of Winchester, and Rev. Jasper K. Smith, of this city. The event was one not soon to bo forgotten, as it recalled the precious memories of the Jxst Cause to those who cast their lot with the South, whilst it gave to the younger genera'ions a glimpse of the glory of war aud tho valor of the vanquished. v, el After a third of a century had elapsed the remnant of the regiment of the iit gal-iH- tioned in tho capacious dining room. Tliei-tables were ladened with glittering plate and sparkling cut glass. Double rows of crystal and goblets and Venetian glasses gave anew effect to the board, whilst the individual candlesticks, and the almond, oiive, an bonbon dishes intensified the beautiful effect. Pendant fr,om the massive candelabra and.the chandeliers were broad bands of rose ribbon which fell gracefully to the floor. Cut flowers were banked in both apartments aud exhaled their fragrance, while the quantities of trailing vines refreshed the lovely picture with living green. Three wines were served during the eight courses, Sherry, Claret an J Sauterne, besides delicious punch in mugs sitting in pink roses. Tho luncheon was a triumph of the culinary art. The individual ices aud cakes, which wore from Lexington, were exquisites, the former being moulds of pink roses, calla lilies and cosmos. The luncheon througnout was ajpronounced success aad Airs. Mccreary and daughter arc tho recipients of many compliments upon t'ne elegance and completeness of the affair. rose-colore- d 1 Yfllow .lark Preventative. Guard against Yellow Jack by keepJudge MiHon Stevenson died at clean and ing the system thor-uihlGeorgetown from the effects of a fall. free from germ breeding matter. CascaWorkisjr Woman's Hume Association. rcts Candy Cathartic will cleanse the system and Kill all contigious disease 21 S. Peoria St., Chicago, HI., octU-lgerms. Jen. 11, 1S00 for another Tom Taggart was sworn in tion used fo'eys Honey and Tar six years of Indianapolis. ago, nnu are using it nas al- two years as Mayor it ways been a tavorite, for while Jits taste the Just try a 0. box of is not at all unpleasant its effects are finest liver and bowel regulator ever disap- - made. very beneficial. It hasheveryet niavl-l- v tmMiTo1 no WioliitiiF inn oil vc2tl!f ici ') J vil at it j' l"iu frJl uiu'l UO success, sincerely vours, Laura G. Fixon, The miners strike in Colorado has Bus. Mgr. W. G". White Richmond. been settled oct-- 0 lm Ky. Coughs, cold, pneumonia and fevers President Mc.Kinley appointed four may be prevented by keeping the blood pure and the system toned up with more persons to Federal positions. It Hood's fsirsnparilla. Horace"Greeley onca said: "The way A mother and her daughter were to resume is to resume," speaking of asrain putting gold into circulation afier drowned at Fa'.lsburg N. Y. the war. Rut you mav say ''resume" any number of times to that torpid liver of Tetter, nntl Eczeain. yours and it won't budge until you take The intonso itching and smarting inciSimmons Liver- - Regulator. Many people seem to forget that Constipation, Bil- dent to these diseases is instantly allayed iousness and Sick Headache are all by applying Chamberlain's Eye and caused by a sluggish liver. Keep the Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases permanently cured by it. It liver active. It have been efficient is equally for itching piles and The total railway mileage in the conn a ftworito remedy for isore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites try on June 30. 1890 was 1S2,770. 5 cts. per box. and chronic sore eyes. Croup Quickly Curril. Dr. Caily's Conililion Ponders, are Mountain Glen, Ark. Our children were suffering with croup when we re- just what a horse needs when in bad Tonic, blood pnrifier and ceived a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough condition. They aro not food but Remedy. It afforded almost instant re- vermifuge. lief F. A. Thornton This celebrated medicincand the best in tiie to put a Price 25 remedy is for sale by W. G. White horse in prime condition. 3enta per package Richmond, Ky. y. acci-dental- lv S.ilt-Klieum oct-G-l- Yellow Fevor Germs breed in the lowel. Kill them and you are safe from tho awful disease. Cacares destroy the germs throughout the svstem arid make it impossible for new ones to firm. Coscarets are the for young and only rcliible old against Yellow Jack. 10c, 25c, 50c, octO-lall druggists. m M AflVX j NbiETSrfij jfsi '" Jft. -- mw Js'iO? rf7- -r .'V'.-vi- ueors Stevens of . There are five cases of yellow fever at Flouiatou, Ala. Fads in Medicine. There are fails in medicine as in every thing else and a "new thing" frequently sells for a short time bitnple hecaufe it irf new. But iu medicine asin nuthingrh-ethe people de'iniiid and will be satisfied onlv with positive, absolute merit. The fact that Hood's JSarsaparilla has stood' its ground against all competition, and ' , tur53irfJ.vcs2, WwiSSafc:?: r2sc--.-. !. i 'TV3rL,r,77 ' JF?r?VLC - ifr' Representative ?.3&t-S5b- V i. 1. 1 J. Sisfcr, um ' -- maiued steadily at the toP, demonstrates, heyoud any doubt, the intrinsic virtues of'this'rueilicne. The new thiug have come and troiie but Hood's Saibapanlla rent upon the solid foundation of absolute merit and its power to cure, and its vales continue to be the largest in the in oct world: m nsKVRo'FTv Pvjtt&Wi . isfsrrf" is si?rrrirs!3iv. . 3'-.sa&v vtv mi U ....Will r,e At Store.. At Chicago a jealous woman shot her lover fatally and then committed suicide. bowels. 10c. "riday & Saturday OF THIS WEEK - ii ' "v Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and mavl-ly ft J8K -- Never sicken, weaken or gripe. Another filibustering reached Cuba. expedition has - Seed Wheat For Sale. MARRIED. MouEni,EY-Ni:wi.AN- If afflicted with scalp diseases, hair Wednesday night, in tho parlors of the hotel Glyndon, Mr. W. Aloberley, falling out, and premature baldness, do a prosperous young merchant, of not use crease ot alcoholic preparations It Ruthtou, and Miss Mary Newland, but apjdy Hall's Hair Renewer. daughter of Rev. Jacob Newland, of George David eloped withGeorgoViu-sent'- s Garrard, wero united in Marriage by wife each taking two children. Rev. A. J.Tribhle. Reagax-Tukxe- b. On last Thursday Never Say Die. E. Reagan aud Miss Minnie Turner were united in marriage at the Henby Rev. derson House,, this . The groom lives in the Kirksville neighborhood. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Turner, of Ruthton, this county, being a refined and cultured young lady, and very popular among those who have been so fortunate as to know her. Mr. On last A heavy snow-storBy life explosion of a boiler near Cobb, Southeastern Idaho. Kv., four men were seriously injured. swept I have- an extra quality of Michigan over Red Fultz seed wheat for sale. M. B. White, Harris, Ky. Coylo and Christian want 10,000 geese, from October lGth on. Bring oct them in and get cash. oct 13-13-4t With an elegant line of CAPES and COLLARETTES. " 1&2? IrPSXtS.' M v.-?- : i. 'i &-3: te-r L3I-- - J. Many desperate case of kidney diseases pronounced incurable have been cured by Foley's Kidney Cured. Many physicians uoj it. W. G. White Richmond, Ky. oct-6-l- m r; Captain Phil Price, tho handsome and popular conductor on the K. C, stole the march on his Stanford friends Monday evening, says the Lancaster Record, by driving to this city, where he was married to Miss Iva Perkins, nu exceedingly handsome and attractive Pkice-Pekkins. PERSONAL. lady, also of Lincoln. The ceremony was performed in tho Mason Hotel parlor by Rov. Clark, of the Methodist church, after which Capt. and Mrs. Price, together witn a number of friends sat down to an elegant supper und-- r the able direction of Mrs. Simpson." They left for the Centennial at Nashvilln and stopped at the Tulane Hotel, returning horns 011 Saturday morning. DEATHS. Ross. The death of Mrs. Thos. Ross at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Cretd, on Wednesday last was peculiarly sad. She was a young wife ami mother, her el Jest child oeing only 15 months of ace, the infant a week old and dead on its mother's breast. Deceased was about 22 years of age Bnrial iu Ross buryiug ground at Paiut JL:ck. Jennings A thrill of genuine sor-rdpassed through this community when it was learned ou Friday oveiiiug that Mrs. Lucy H Jennings waa deatf. About seven weeksngoshe was paralyzed and since Buffered a second stroke which rendered her Unconscious. Death came just at the close of day and her gentle spirit passed to the bosom of. her God. Two children survive her, Mrs. J E. Greenleaf anl Mrs. Lena Jennings Chenault, who have .the sympathy of Tn-I manrr frtatlfle In ifiLiitrAAf AArwvxnr w -- All of the turnpikes in Anderson county are now free. Don't think that you liver needs treating if you are bilious. It Don't. Its your stomach. That is, your stomach is really what causes the biliousness. It has put your liver out of order. See what's the matter with your stomach. Sick stomach poisons liver aud then there's trouble. Shaker Digestive Cordial cures stomach and then all's well. That's the case in a nutshell." Shaker Digestive Cordial is no secret. Formula's on every bottle. But it's the simple honest way it's made, "the honest Shaker herbs and other ingredients of which its composed, that make it s. efficacious, y Auyreal-casof indigestion and can bo cured w ilh a lew bottles of Shaker Digestive Cordial Try it. Sold bv druggists, price 10 cents to $1 00 per'bottle- It e Those who believe clnouie dianhoei to be incurable should reab what Mr. P E. Grisham, of Gaars Mills, La., has to eay on the subject, viz.: '"I have been a sntJerer from chronic diarrhoea ever since the war and have tried all kinds of medicines for it. At last I found a that effected a cure and that was Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarThis medicine cau rhoea .Remedy." always be depended upon for colic, chi-lemorbus, dyscntry and diarroea. It is pleasant to "take and never tails to effect a cure. 25 and 50 cent sizes for salo by W. G. White Richmond Kvw lv ra oet-O-l- m White JfrxTZ&sl&j A,4Li3i Ss&3gS5F -. Sfraycd or Stolen. aIBsom For Sale Forty-thre- e From Wagersville School House, in Estill county last Wednesday night, a red bay marc, saddle and bridle, hands high, a natural about 15 racker and free goer. Ten dollars re ward will bo paid for deliverance of mare to JJexjamix Warford, octG-lWagersville, Ky. m MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Uoti.ee to Creditors. Madisos Circuit Cocet. ! acres of A California train "robber killed a Sheriff and was himself killed. De-pn- ty When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, candy call.sr.ie, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c, mayo lyr Deputy Sheriff at Deamiit's mines a raid on the strikers. him On October 5th. a eifer. w Adam White's Admr., ic.. Plaintiffs, s which is river botimn ktrul, against with good dwelling house and st.iblu Adam White's Creditors, Defendants One quarter mite from All persons having claims against the estate thrown in. nf Adam White. decM , are hereby notified to Shearer's water tank, on Oiter Creek. tile the same legally verified, with the under-- i For further particulars call on or adtlreM jgned on or before the 15th day of November, J. B GIUMES. 3 Ba7, or same will be barred. scptlo-3m- o Kv. S. E. SCOTT, 0Ctl3-251. C. 51. C. C acres of land, 12 J first-clas- w This is Governors' day at tho Knoxville Fair and Trades Carnival. to bo in a most miserable condition. It was undoutedlya had case of la grippe and recognizeing it as dangeonsrho took immediate steps to bring a bout a speedy cure, from tho advertsement of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aud the many good recommendations included therein, we concluded to make first trial of tho medicine. To Fay that it was .satisfac tory in its resuts, is putting it Very mid-ly- , indeed. It acted like magic and the result was a speedy and permanent, enre We have nodiesitancy in 'recouiinendins this excellent Cough Remedy 1o auyone afflfctftd with coujth or cold in any form. Tim Banner of .Liberty. l.ihertytown A few veeks ago the editor was taken with a very severe cold that caused him little money well spent works Mrs. T. H.- Hart. Todd Held Oyer to the Grand Jury. Master Ronald Oldham will celewonders these days. No place it goes his sixth anniversary next MonThe examining trial of RufusTodd, furtiior and gets as good clothing as with brate October 25 day, charged with the murder of Daniel us. Coviugton & Mitchell. Mrs. Lizzie Henderson Is out from. Little, was called Wednesday mornRichmond visiting Mrs. W. R Reward For Eslray. Kentucky Colonel. ing before County Judge Burnain, TerStrayed from tho farm of when the Commonwealth announced Miss Earle Chenault left yesterday ready. The trial was begun with rell on October 3, a red heifer, 3 years for Nicholasvtllo, whore she will maabout thirty witnesses for the prose- old, with rope around horns,rbusiy tail, triculate nt Jessamino Institute.RichMr. Rhodes McDowell, of cution and defense, which consumed black spot in left side with knots. Liberal mond, was in town with friends Satthe afternoon and most of Thursday. reward for return of same or for informa- urday. Versailles Cor. Blue Grass Clipper. After hearing the testimony, Judge tion of lier whereabouts. ' R. G. MlTCHKLk, Miss Carolyn Iteid, of Mt. Sterling, Burnam held Todd to await the action Stock pens, Richmond, Ky. is the attractive puestof hsr sister, of the grand jury In the sum of $500. A Dil-Iio- n. dark red heifer wm taken np by Wm. White, near Potts & Dnerson's A woman's headache may come from mill, at White's Station, Madison county. Ky. several causes. She may h.tve a head- The heifer weigh SK) lbs, fcntl is in good shape. nave same oy ache arising from ncrvoii?nit? or from uwncr can cost thereon. proving property ana oct20-lNine eass in paying all d'gestive disturbances. disorders ten her headaches come-fmi- ii peculiar to her sex. It may show itself in the symptoms which are characteristic ot a dozen disorders. Thousands of limes, women have been treated for the Forty (40) narred Plymouth Rock Cockerels wrong disorders. Dr. Pierci's Fuvori'e Piescnption was compounded torthesole1 far sale, If taken now; COcts each. MRS 51. F. ARBUCKXE, purpose ot relieving womankind of these oct2T-2SIver Creek, Ky. ills and pains. Thousands of womtn havtf lestified that after taking treatment A pale-re- d frou'i several physicians without benefit, or mathe "Favorite Prescription" cured them tey cow, white hind feet, belcompletely and has an unbn)ken record ly Still flt"? of succes3." oldVwas taken up Saturday, about The woman who hesitates! in invited October 9th. and has since calved a red bull Owner can have same by paying all to send 21 one-cesiainp3 tt cover only to W. S. King the cost of mailing a. cop' of Doctor chargesf ApplyR. B. TERRILL,orChief Police. octl3-tPierce's Common Sense Med !cal Adviser, which contains plain, clear information MASTER COMMISSIONER'S about all of theorgansofthehumanbody ! and their functions. m-td- jas. j. McCarthy, Pubic anl Wm. Parrish, on Sole 11 Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. eo AH work done promptly and neatly. I work for myself and not for the Kichmond Water & Light Co. CaU for me at the Water Ga Co Office. JAS. J. 5ICCAETUY. sepUS 4t Fiae Chickens For Sale. I will as Trustee of 5Irs. Thos. O. Parrish WriiHty, Uik W, home-s'.ea- iTRAY ed ISrpose to public sale Mrs. Parrish's life estate ii28 acres of land. I will also sell Wm. Par--i d, sh's interest in his mothers' dowerand which is a beat 10 acres Sale to take place at the residence of 5Irs. Thos G Parrish o n the BoonedboTough Pike between 10 and It o'clock, a.m. Terms mado known on day of sale. omis-jwTIio- s. nrurnriTLnriririjixinrijinj.nriririnxi I he UesL-riou- r 1 J. Smith, Trustee. MISSIONER'S nt 51 ASTER COM t I 1 " V FRESHEST GROCERIES, i STotlce to Creditors. Madison CiactTrr Cotnrr. i Iftfayette Powell's Admr., Plaintiff, I There was a wild riot of newsboys at lndianapoli3 That Joyful Feelni; with-the d Notice to Creditors. Madisos Ciscurr Codkt. CANDIES, FRUITS and CAN" GOODS f ' ' 1 ji-r.- - iSa ..'ViEua&ri ."j! .iiiSKSC. tr.i"--a-JK.V: ,:; -- ,i. w - 19 '- ' - . jS ? .t,;-- t -- .'i, - tr 7r -. -- - n.iastfflK.-&iw!PHswaai.i- J , i. :;. Z tr exhilarating sense,!)! renewed Jas. A. Ballard's Kiccntor, Plaintiff, ) againzt iuteVnlal cleanli health and strength-anJas. White, &c , Defendants. ness, winch follows the usejbf Syrup ol All persons having claims against ths estate Fige, Is unknown, to the fewl who have Ballard, are hereby notified to notprfgreseed beyond tiieuKi'thne med of James A. legally verified, with the under-file the same Marylani. Tho 25 and 50. cents slzefor icines-aiKtheclipapsajstituressome signeu on or oapera tne lata aay oi rtoTeraoer, . s ir.:ie. Kv.,. ' ir r sale by uttt; HinesMierea ij.:.. never c nHttu oy ine iSeTf. or sarnj? will bt barred-- ' S.S.8COTT,-!iw'li:infcmiiid:f t "?2a X.O. XiC.C iT- . J . il t '. r !ri"i i l .ir i. ' iV s :--i . . ",ji :.?1 . : " - 'r;.. T ' ..'J. JVJOHmSLeSMi-.-iM- ;a8SfflWBEt Vifc&.rSMfcil ' l iflr-- T - - h.r -- against At the lowest Price. lafayette PoweU's Hein iCreditors.Def'ts. AU persons havintj claims against the estate qf Lafayette Powell, detfd., are hereby notified b file the same legally verified, with the of November, tW, er saaw will be barred. At the same date Comraieaioaer will begin his sittings in this tie at his oSoeia" Richmond. Ky., to CWwe hear Mm. evioenoa as MpWtej S SCOTT. I k htfefeot herela.maybe offered bv. the persons C J M.C.5f.CC.. auuuuwvtruwiwuuutwutnnn'i v? A. D. Smitl . - . w ir - 13:1 - -- b .!; i. - ,i I 1 r: " 5- c - f : v i? f- - y -- ii I - j?r--"! ; -.- - A-- j m3Ff "ss&J 3r II -- -- j - The Richmond Climax. MRS. JOSEPHINE K. HENRY. What She Would do Wero She President ol the United Slates. BILLIE 8RECM1R1DGE, STAND UP It is Thought by Many - " - sesa ni'"" mc niniin(Biiio;tmi(ai8i siiii YOUR WATCH i1 mtsy NfB TAR u OJ n IJJ villi l ;w rfc-.- I Upon Every I Bottle 1 and wrapper of the genuine Dr. Bell's Is printed the above and ' deslsrn. It U both trade-mar- k pnarnntee a warrant that the medl-- , clno contained In the bottle will cure ( coughs, colds and all Inn?, throat land chest troubles more quickly and effectually than any other remedy. ( : is a most tlclicnlc mechanism. Ii needs attention. It pays to have a good watch first of all Then it pays to keep it in perfect onler. A watch months as needs cleaninj; every much as due our face every day. Its pores get closed. Wo are expert repairers. A Fine Watch cot three times as much, twenty years ago, as It dors now. Machinery lias reduced the expense of making. We have some very fine, solid p)ld watches, of the best makes, for low prices. Delighted to show them to you and to talk watch to you. I have a full stock of everything in the jewelry lino that we are offering yon at big bargains. We are clearing out our ladies belts at cost. Have something new in a silver cleaner. je30-i- y DR. BELL'S ine-Ta- r- mw ' ,, I. Mil.t K.. all Awrridm n. isnt tlVn VA4Wvlft of price ISc SOc. and II per bottle by fti, rd.tk, Hj. Tb E. E. SlkrrUa 27-- 26 CGOOOOCOOOGOOQOQQOOC We Send it FREE! TO WEAK MEM9 Yonng and Old. Rejoice with us in the Discovery. When a man lias snfTiT'fl for years with a weakness that blights Ins life and life robs hitn of all that really worth livinjj, if he avail liimst-rf a complete cure, why not possess the moral r.i.-k- e D. P. AiniEIt, The Main St. Jeweler. Quito a long, iutercetinf; article ru ontli7 nrtniMiru.1 ir llm oxr Arl? TTwr- nld, concerning a Kentucky woman, Mrs. Josephine K. llenry, of Versailles, , who is prominent throughout the State . as a leader in the woman suffrage move- - i ment, ami who is nn ardent free silver advocate lilrs. llenry has leeii numed . as the prohibition and aguoftic cantli-didat- e for President in 1900, and in view j of this fact she was asked not lonx since to outline her policy for a national ad ministration, bhould she become Presi dent. In response Mrs. llenry baid: l Since I have been suggested as a candidate for the niesideucv of the. Unite.l States without my knowledge or consent, an oflice from which I am Is ihe present volnmoof currency sufconst itutioually debarred, because I rest under the dibabiliiv of hcin a woman. ficient to meet the demauds of the mi though 1 am native bum, ol legal age, a lion's business? toxpajing citizen of tho j Is the Herald perfectly satisfied with American republic, tlius cancaturiiiK j our present system ol finance? tuo l)euiotrac', and you rujucst that 1 Is the Herald Democratic atcording to express tluougli tl:e picas x Hat 1 would the Jctlerbuinaii idea? Has Democracy discarded the old hope to do it elected President. 1 heie- with oiuliue the policy which to principle that the majority should ruli? Tiie Herald will take up each ques a Kentuclcy woiumu moat netdful under tioti and answer it separately and the present conditions: When instahed in the White House distinctly. The Herald is vtry obliging 1 should hold the reins of government and will answer thc foiegoing questions. Jackson Huotler. without the aid of a boss, and call into my (.'ibfnet the wisdom, rather than I0HN M. PALMER, OF ILLINOIS. the wealth, of iii3 icpubire.- ".Believing that the protection of huILouisvillc Dispatch man ughto is paramount to all else in a Those who were led into voting for republic, I would leeouiuieud to M. Palmer for President have a the submission of an amendment John be bickatthe bloinach. In the to our national-constitutio- n enfranchis- lihtto town of Alton, 111., tho authorities diing lifleen millions of American women vided the school funds and provided in accordance with the letter and spirit separate schools for the whiles. The of American Democracy, which pronegroes prompted by politicians, have g, 4 Cou-grej-fa C. al ! .ii Herald (edited by W. Brecku.wdce and boo) in a Nation Dpnwratie orgaii, hut it treats the nn..unnn,.. nnnno:i iflllll mill, virui- ucnnjtt:iOU ujrruoilu folll. ITllll win.-tesy and great respect, features bo conspicuous in our that they do notf.itl to command a goodly measure of admiration. Of course the Herald sees in the free silver issuo a danger. which all wo "anarchists" have not yet discovered. It declares tho issue a "lost cause," but yet coutinues to fire away at the corpse as it it might return to life and do some things to the people. UuT while the corpse is stretched out, and before it is buried, wo desire, for reaaons, to ask the Herald a few qties tions. Do we, as a nation, need financial legislation? The Li 1 x-- when the Creator said to woraan thou bring forth "in sorrow-shalchildren," that a curse was pronounced, but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to the her heart her babe, contrary. Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant-ISotherand should be avoided, she may reach the houu that when the hope of her heart is to be realized, in full rigor and strength. t pro-sres ssssr stsss sssstlstfsjs's'sW .KsW B. ssssHssssl Bsav 3(as m , H IB PLEAS E TRY sssssB "Mothers Friend" so relaxes the system that the natural and necessary.. ....... change takes place .Ssssss witltout Hausea jymftj 'NyWm& Headache, Senrous or and at the trying hour makes Child-birteasy, as so many happy mothers have experienced. Hothing. but "Mother's Friend" h Gloomy Forebodins- - I io 25c m 50c cm m Sl 90 M DRUGGISTS. ot o ae taWrittgiiooB exmee sept3 - iy tgita6itoeiotnn mm3oiia9HiMaioiim ,in; v. ":: e A doe3 this. Don't be deceived. "Mothort Friend" la tho greatoet remedy ever pn t on tho raarkotmd all my customers praise it highly." W.H.Kimo Co., Whitewright, Tex. t Sontby Mail,on receipt of price, $1,00 PER BOTTLE. Book "To Expectant Mothers" mailed tree, containing vclu&blo Information and TOluntary testimonials. THC BRADriELD REGULATOR CO.,ATLAKTA,GA. 25-- 24 SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. J24$J&'-8JDhilkai Ui Mining & '$ :. -- f and TrassportaiioB 0 In The Mixini courage to stop hid downward coureu We will send yon by mail, AUSOLCl ? LY fKKK, in plain package, the DU. HllFFJIA.VsS VITAL legal guar antee to permanently cure H0.ll), NESS. SKIiF-AlSllSK, LOST HAS SEXUAL WEAK- ST0FS forever and all unnatural MllllT EMISSION'S drains. Returns to former appearances emaciated organs No C. 0. D fraud nor recipe deception. If Me could not cure, Me would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satislied. Write as this may not appear again. Address VAIlirotlELE to-da- j', claims that 'taxation without represen tation is tyranny,' 'true government consists in the couseut of the governed,' K)litical power inheres in the people,' 'equal rights to all, special privileges to none.' "1 would recommend the immediate repeal of the Dingley tarifTlaw and the organization of a tariff commission, whose duty it would be to protect equally the interests of all classes, making it impossible for the producing and laboring classes to btcome the prey of powetful corporations and monojo-hcnon-partis- au Of'cntimes paints are spoiled in the lias a mixing. The painter of v f'ir he great advanta?" of the cj.u get the ii:o M Willoing i amtt. rci'ly mixed in am color, to-das, Western Medicine Company,. LICOBrORATEP. 24-- Kalamazoo, 2 .Mich. READY TO Our factory on Laurel Stieet in Richmond i now running, and we ate prepared to fill orders for tu i&t of the w T ber-aiiM- ft. Black White and 91 PP YTHFTRSRF r VJ r s i ISCiSo ! f:fL. . I h7 tm H. vv. At a priee whi'li the old fellows wouUl be atonihel at. Don't delay a contemplated job of painting or pajn-rinof the COST. You will be Mir pri-e- il ho- - far your money coes in this V- - hav e ttill o i sale a number line of patterns of lOots Wallpapers for g rats M. r 01 ft! 5 CENTS. it i 1 mmi, 0." . !1 & 55' H5,!. .1 (W lit l,,l d 0 U U MH Tliis price will continue s long as the Brands, three grades. We can kivo you Inst. Window tilah, Window Shades money. Send usa tiial order; ou will Mock the lar'est. he glad with our products. EspePicture Frames. (.J lalitv the Best and prices alwub the cially pleased to hear from country merlowest. chants. White GEO. M. WILLGING. 209 West Mam Street, septl-ly- r Ross, 10 Richmond, Ky. fva.'va.'Cicvr $ SOMETHING 1 BED WETTING CURED Wis. OR Ever) 'Merchant OUGHT TO USE. SOP XV. Mrs B SI ROWAN Milwaukee, mch3-ly 'fa h . ,THE a" fcl 'HAMILTON" Price, S5.QQ n IS THE WONDER OF THE AGE thoroughly tested by THIS waster has uiinv1 Richmond and Madison count famto-- d ty without a rival for effilies an stands iciency, simplicity, durability and cheapnsss. Thonsands of ladie in all pirts of the country are us.nc this mischine, and declare it to be the only Mather that has relieved them from drudgery of wash day. "We will sell with the posi- UTOGJRAPHICG PREVENT "forsettlnj: t charse," FltRVKNT disputm. over accounts, PREVK.NT mUta'--cs of nil kinds, ACCUKATKI.Y record cash saies, SAVK MAKE three bills at one irrltlns. Used by Retailers Everywhere. book-keepln- tive guarantee that it will give satisfaction, or the money will be ref ;nded. Hichmonu. Kt Jcly 5, 1897' purchashed a 'Busy Bee" Washer R P. Lingford, anl ray wife save it it Write for circular. Every washer is warranted for five years.'and If any part ives out within that time, we will replace it free of charge I have from Mr. a trill and is much pleased. It does the work perfectly and is not tiresome. ItEV. J. W. HILL The above is one of many testimonials received in this city. Anion;; oar references we refer to the proprietors of The Clival who have purchased washers and are well pleased with them. Rem;ab;r the Pries is Only, - - - $5.00 Hamilton AnlognpMc Register Co. HA3IILTOK. OHIO. rVSA inay25-Cm r r "Nothing else like it:,, The most refreshing and 'pleasant Soap for the skin. For further particulars call on or address B. P. MNGFORD, angll-3m Box 98, Richmond. Kr. BOLD ON .AJbsolnte Guarantee. B GniMEonsll fefBatYnnssTC rcR tsc Volt-Toilet KyasERVJEATi: d S 5 jMc DONALD'S THCCREATCST DLiTROTtR eg thc tee. CAST AND PLEASANT TO TAKE. WORM iCEiEBRATEDWORMPDWDERS C jtj liVS.- - L,.i,. ii.ii. '' j, W J 5 Eauest to take. Entirely vegetable. Most certain and nerer- failing Worm Destroyer EVER DISCOVERED. i Sold for a quarter of a ccn- tirv with continually incrcas- f mc; demand. Think a moment. J Dots this not mean merit ? ( 125,000 Children J Smallest dose. J It lasts tvizz as long as ctiiers. A trial w'JI convince you of its greet mint, viu please lie raoit i23tidious. BaaaaaaW?! CHARLES F.MILLER, vs I . Mfr.ot " HlCfJCM MILLHO TOILET SOAPS AND PEItFUAXRY, Lancaster, Peatu ESTABLISHED, 1849. "rwvi their Grates bj jearlj Sent 'Worms. to5 Q -- I HcDONALD'S CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would hae saved them all. JlPTtTCE, 25 c. IMSrt BOX. J tOgSOTUCK KATHRSA; j i THE s. "8 1 AND For tale by all druggist and dealers In medicines. Manufactured only by the proprietor, - J J. -- A- Tt 3IcDONAJLD, 1 BICYCLES $ vlllo. To. 5-- may W 6 mo ... .HE PATS ...tod;pat for the... FREIGHT. DRINKS. R".' 1 00 '.: -- THE HIGHEST GRADE; EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. I Every Wheol Guaranteed. ..v ivi vawtvuu Phoned. SeoondSt -, H 1 mnmi B7SLE KFfi. CB., Northampton; tllmtrnatMi lealera mass. to UUrWHJI .US. demanded that their children be adj nutted to tho schools with white children. John M. Palmer has volunteered hi services to the negroes as an attorney to force the whiten to admit the negroes to their schools. It would have been bad en nigh if he had accepted a fee as a hired .i toruey, but it shows him up in a worse liht to appear as a volunteer. It shows tnnt lie believed in negni social equality. He has been a renegade, a traitor and a bolter in politics all his life, and every phase of his chsiracter Krous blacker as he approaches the end He has reached a climax ' I would recommend Congress to of his career. of infamy in this. Peihaps General 'Hoys with hats on the back of tln'ir pass a law makiug it a penal offense to Bucknu will liot want his name dragged heads and long hair hanging down their lobbv in Washington for the benefit of down in association with Palmer's to foreheads, and cigarettes and smutty individual or corporation interests. such a depth. stories iu their mouths are cheaper than "1 believe that the government should old worn out horses. Nobody wants control all coal mines, railroads, teleKEEPING POTATOES. them at any price. Men will not emgraph and telephones. ploy them nud girls will not marry "I would recommend constant imIf tweet potatoes, which nre very provement in the United Stales mail to kcep.be grown on warm, rich, them. They are not worth their keepsystem, thereby educating the people loose soil, planted early enough to ing to anybody and they will not keep and facilitating business; also that post- grow and fully mature betore frost themselves. If any boy who happens masters be elected by the people, thus touches the vines, then dug when the to read this answers to this description, nivingeach community the right to se- ground is dry that tLey may be dry and let him take a look at himself and do lect A postmaster ami lelieving the clean, then laid In a dark, ton room, or what his conscience says is the best President and member of Congress from at once stored away in a fro3t prof thing to do." political complication, which only cellar or store house, and spread out in No fog in August-- no snows in winpartisanship." shallow boxes with a light covering of Mrs. Henry brings her agnosticism dry saud, all the time being handled so ter, is an old adjge, says the Hickman into her platform, for she would not as not to bruse them, they will Keep Couiier. Some of our local weather profnne upon the American people ''Sab- fairly well; but any infringements on phet assert that there was not a single ill not bath obseivauce;" she would do away these conditions, planted late or in cold, fog during that month. This with chaplains in both and she wet soil, or dug betore matured, or hold good in Clark county as there were ucuM refuse to appoint a day of national bruised, or kept too warm, too wet, or numerous fogs in thid section during Thanksgiving on the grounds tha ev- frozen, all alike insures injury if not August. However, you may as well lay ery American citizen has the right to ruin. This example, though of rather in your wood and coal and dust your select his or her own time and manner more than usual difficulty, sctves to overcoats, for the usual aniouti t of cold af teiigious observance. show that proper growing, as well as weather will be with us. Winchester proper harvesting; and storing, are all Democrat. GIRLS AND HOUSEWORK. alike necessary to insure preservation. D.n't discourage the girls when they EVERYTHING DEMOCRATIC THIS YEAR. are learning methods of housework by TOO Ilarrodsburg Sayings. confining them too closely to the preset tbed methods. The registration in the cities of Kentucky is full of eucouragement for DeTHE LQmSVSLLE Let them introduce new systems in From everv quarter come mocracy. if they like. the kitchen D3SPATGWS Let them work as they will so long reports of big gains, tile gains in some quarters being little short of marvelous. as they do it thoroughly. The Democrats of Louisville show a Don't thiuk that because you were plurality over liepublicans of over G 800 taught to iron pillow slips on thc wrong and a clear majority over all of over side they must uecessaiiiy do so too. 2,000. Last year the liepublicans out Often the girls go out more than the legistered the Democrats, at that place, mothers do. and in visiting the various about 1,500. homes among their jdil fiiends they Ilepubliean-NationIu Lexington, the r have an opportunity of learning hyphefusion Democratic $1,000.00 In Cash to Re Given Away people work. nation is knocked silly by the registrato tho Person Who Makes the Best Many of our daughters leave home tion of 1.400 more Democratic electors Estimate on the Kesult of the Noand seek employment in mills audstores, than the fusionists could muster votes vember KIcetiou. in fact take any work that is offered Democracy is in tine trim everywhere Every Subscriber to the Daily or them at small compensation, rather and is going to show big pluralities and "Weekly Dispatch "Will Ilo Entitled than stay at home where they must go majorities in the Stateand in most loto One Guefls for Every Dollar Paid through the dull routine of housework. calities of the State. Upon Ilis Subscription. If the home work was maifaged so as HE IS FOR Guesses May Bo Made Until O P. 21., LOCAL OPTION IN LANCASto give each member of the family time November 2, 1807. TER, AN0 WHY? fir the development of dormant tastes Tbe Lonlsvtlle Diopatch's First and Second Guesalus Contests havlns aroused so and talents, fewer girls would leave the Louis Landram, Editor Lancaster Record much luterert ninong Its readers, a third comfortable homes and the privileges one Is now announced, which will surely be If out readers willpaidona personal the OltEATEST SUCCESS OK ALU which they might etj y uuder the paThe DUpntih will, as boon as the ofilcial reference, say that had it not count of rhe November. 1S37, election In rental roof, for the monotonous life in been for whisky, the writer of this artiKentucky is announced, give to the store or fartorj. who makes the closest guess to the cle would not now be working twenty-fiv- e actual plurality or the successful candidate The girls bhould be taught very early hours a day and going with the for Clerk of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, at the Llectlcn, November, 2, 1S37. in their lives that housewotk is not eo gable-enof our pants resembling latunpleasant as it is often pictured, and if tice work. A person who never drank One Thousand Dollars In Cash. thej are allowed to expeiiment and use whisky hasn't the most remote concepEvery subscriber to the Dally or Weekly Dispatch can make one gness for their own judgment to a ceitaiu extent, tion of the agony suffered lroru the lar ho pays upon his subscription evpry dolfrom this even when they are quite young, they damnable stuff. As long as there is date until November 2, 1S37. at 6 p ui.. after which time no more guesses wilt be rewill soon learn to take a satisfaction in enough btreugth leftiu our body to get ceived. tlucstfs may be made npoo coupons rut the results of their experiments that will to the polls, we expect to vote and work from The I)Ipatch and mailed to Th make them in love with their work. against it. Souie of our best friends are enclo-e- l:iM!itiln;r Company, with one dollar each coupon used. They will discover late that our happy on the other side ot the fence, but the All llm.se outside of Louisville who guea must he mall subscribers. The paper will are those who kuo v how majority of those for whom we have be delivered free to Louisville, New Alhan a home must be run and even if they love and affection nre just at the right and JetTersonvllle subscribt-rsSend the Weekly, or need not do the actual work, they must age to get staited on the greased incline Dollars One Dollar for (except Sunday), Six or for the Dally know how it should be done, and how to which leads from the saloon to the Ivlglit Dollars for Dally and Sunday, or Tuo Dollar for the Sunday edition, and rememsuperintend it. ber yuu get oue gue&a for each duIUr sent blackest pits of hell. In. are already Harvey Walker French was If Thc'young man of thc Williamstown will you extended for assubscriber, your time long be keeper of the Boyle County workhouse. Courier is6orely afflicted. Hear himi money pays ih subscription. a time as yuur l Agents regular combe allowed is a beauty show on the btreets mission on a" the guesses the that they "send " MLSM fr.f,.1 "There 7 A sirl-l. pers thus ordered, In. but the whether of Will amstowu almost ever' afternoon Dally baby is a distressor V My or Sunday, must be sent ful burden to both The .jting ladies of Wilhau'stown are by mall nud not pnt In with the agent's package. of the parents. Afmcoi , arable when it comes to beaut; As gnesscs are received they will be tnrn-e- d KTT.V J U SrZS ter passing worried thev -- re the 'lillies of the valley and the over to the treasurer ot the comp.iny. ana sleepless Mr W. J. Italrd. to be deposited and held nights the father fatui-4o- f frwi-fe- l ten thousand.' They are the until the close of the contest at S o'clock on is unfitted for 2. and the iiii.ii. ation of grace, vivacity and the night of November up In the presence ot They will mother for her beauty. There arc unpretentious young three Judges be scaled 3, morning of on M household duties. ladies on the streets of Williamstown and turned over tbe them to be November In deposited to If a woman will the vault of the Union National Hank until take jjroper care every afternoon, vbowouId easily be the official count Ig declared by the Secretary, of State, when they will be opened of herself dtirinij the most beautiful of the fair dames of In the presence of three Judges and com-the period precedred. and the name of tbe successful guess-e-r ing motherhood. eaith could a congress of the most Ioveiv will be announced In the Dally WS and ece to it that women in the world be gathered from 'Weekly Dispatch as early as possible, and If and the organs that: guesser. paid the bear the burdens the nations of the earth and assembled checktwo or tomore successfulshould tic npon persons If of maternity arc in a given place. As flowers and exotthe successful guess, the money will be healthy, kept strong-anepillT divided between them. her children will be ro- ics grow to their greatest perfection in Send for Sample copies contnlolng Coupons bust and certain spots ou eaith's surface, so and Address nil letters containing guesses remittances to Wm. J. llalnl. Treasurer. The best medicine for vvoiuen seem to reach her most perfect keeping these delicate and important organs in a healthy condition is Dr. Pierce's and beautiful development in the envi DISPATCH PUBLISHING GO., " Favorite Prescription. of women have testified to the rouments of "Wiljiainstowu. Hgre's to Thousands 441V W. Main St Ixmisville, Ky.rj marvelousjiction of this remedy. More of ourgirls. You cau't beat 'em?' There it is sold thatrof all other medicines for thc are none others lite them." same purpose combined. It acta directly upon the organs involved. It restores their health and vigor. It prepares a vvonian for Here fs a good story and a true one gothe duties of motherhood. It injures the ing the rounde. Tnere is always levvard health of bataHBL makes its advent easy have 43 acres of land for sale. This pain. Women who for the honest, industrious boy. It was and land lied in ihe Foxtown precinct, direct use it do rnmrience the uual discomso of the son of the lasy farmer, who on forts of the period of gestation. It is thc ji county road, well vateivd and most marvelous medicine ever known for wouldjie about the house all day, and fenced, new modern Iiouj-overy prowives and mothers. It is" the preparation scold his liani working son iu the even ductive, tan bethought cheap. Also of an eminent and skillful specialist, Dr. R. V. .Pierce, who has been for thirty years ing when he .came In from the harvest my home plaet1 of 7Q Ren's direct on the Foxtown and Boouesboro pike chief consulting physician to the Invalids' field, tired "and dripping with pereptra sept2-2-4J. W. GARRISON. Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Huflalo, The hard, working, indnstrions J, Y. "Women who wish to know more tiorr. about it should write him. boy stood tho ill treatment as long as" he 30.00 L"CfLD. " About.six years ago my wife became afflicted dold Watch, Dismsad with &male weakness." writes the Rev. I. J. could; but once patience ceased to be. a a ScBoMrsfelo in. Coppedge, of Elmo, Kaufman County. Texas. and he ran away from ,home; H Draughon's Practical Business "She could not stand on her feet or eet In nr virtue College, Nashville, Teas., or position Inwhich the did not suffer great pain. J werit to Cincinnati and by liard Tcxarkana, Tee, cr.a echoi- ssfie was jiaiurauy a siroag woman l jiaq accumulated a little money and ejtal arcLink innatflHv uther recusable business col several plfVuvxant to treat her without any lege or literary school in tbe U. S. can be secured, rtbtf. She despaired of everagsin be for the Youthsr ingwefL She saw an advertisement of your lislied Jiitnself inthe slioesliininfr busi- by dolnga blue work semimonthly journal illustrated .PavetitePrwirrihtfon and cnnleptn m hnu ness- .Now the father makes hay while Adrocate,-aIt is derating is character, moral in tonftasa a iU I eotherabottleof the nieilidnewWch young s. difl-cu- lt , Organized under the Laws of West Virginia. Be Tim Columbia, Missouri, Herald has a ruin that Hie name "Missouri" shall not be abbreviated. In one colDivided in 500,000 shares of J1O.0O each, fully paid and of which 200,000 umn tho word appeared twenty times shares are now offered for subscription at 10 per cent, of their face value. last weekt and every time the The subscription lUt of this company will be offered on August 27, 1307, and the right to kgas full name was printed. 'Ky." close same without notice is hereby expressly reserved by the Company. is good enough for us, but the Herald The personal of the Board of Bi- OFFICERS. which never does things in a halfsuch as to TT nTTC!irrT n Tfc??ilrti"if ! rectors and ofilcers is PrOfllilont way manner, goes the 'full hog." 'i n',.5o..!.'i ct.L t. warrant beyond queetion prudent. Ion- But the Herald has a way of its own t energetic management, winch Chicago. a id one of its peculiarities is the pub- Vice-Prewill bring to tho company sneces-s- . Geo W. All the the are lication of tho most beautiful weekly andGen'l Mgr. Phalin Warehouse prominent gentlemen interestedcomand successful in & Furniture Co., Chicajro. paper in America. As well thrust a ., Hoy. H. .T.Toxek, mercial rnd manufacturing circles; dagger in a virgin breast as couse the Second have had mining and commercial exCoifnselor at Law. Uhicatro. n scissors into that silken sheet. Scc'y and Treas., F. H. WirKEi.ER, perience and poises well kno-vSec'y Colorado Jlinins: Co. Form- ability in buying and selling and the appointment of responsible and com erly Dawson City. N. V. Ter. The Milton News aptly remarks : potent men to act as agents and man- - spj. ie So. as.. csss PIre Our GoingSale ! is On Still na 9 J -- a o ') CAPITAL STOCK, $5,000,000 J - Ti1 w. ,- y-- areai 6 i 3 -- 4 3 I s. PiiALix-.Preiden- t i99s-.SimA- .. Vice-Pres- ins -- 93 a i DIEECTORS. S. C. Wji. C. Ross, Sec'y Interstate ing anil Loan AsVn, Chicaco Build- IJkowx, 111. Ilonrv, W. C Chas. 11. Pres. Cli.is. II. Seig Mfg. Co. Kenosha, Wis. M. M. Fkeemax, Hay Commission Chicaeo. Gkiswold, Lumber jlerchant, Sei, Merchant, Chicago. R P Toby, with Nat. Bank of Republic. R. M. Brows, of Brown, Lovvis Cycle Co , Chicago. Maktix Sif.ci, Sec'j Chaw. II. Sieg Mfg. Co., Merchant, Chicago. L. W Weston, Grain Commission Kenosha, Wis. vv s Tho chief object of the Company is carry on a general trade and to develop the told fields of British America and Alaska, including especially the Klondike district and others equally as rich While other companies are trying to locate claims in the cold regions, tho olllccrs of this Company, being ahead of thorn all, have secured options on the most promising properties to be obtained. to successful, selfmade, hard working 1,33... briMness men who devote all their t'too... Ccnie and see Iigw CHEAP time to the success of t!ie company ' IJJH" There is no dead timber in the Com- - j B0.. we will ssii yon High Grade Goods. pany no Bank nor Hailrond Presi- -' no useless politicians with SJ.. t high soundiiir names. so.. This Sale h Strictly for C'a,h. Xt Credit. A few weeks since we let the con- for five river steamers of about 5!,.. 100 ton each, also two small steamers only 15 in of water when 9a loaded for transportation of supplie- - j SJ". ,!! in small streams. In addition we have under con- bos 1 1 C -- Aastruction one. and have an option on 53e" two other ocean steamers which will ply between Seattle and Alaskan noints. Further, it is our intention to fit up and maintain already established Aoaoe4AaftOB9eeoaaaaaoaaaoaaeaiosaftaSaai stores and build new trading stations &eod00004see&ooedeee96aioo39eeG6eca9aeQ9c for the sale and distribution of sup plies that will be required to in part. supply the enormous demand in this legion. It ta the intention of the Company to engage at least 21K) men owning or representing 1,000 shares of stock each to be ready to start March 9 &$V "51 5 7 lbOSwith our first expedition for t'x T!ie- gold fields of the North West. men will receivo n salary fref trans-- ( n..Wn;nn n....r.i: .. It rl ftnlr. ft.- - nnv' year, also percentage of the findings i oirarc Tilt, (irnru oi.. oil ,,fi,-- k In BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and RUBBER SHOES for everybody eo4 5S MJC -- eC a a Ki te-tr- act 'Mil sec-draw- ing ! Hi 11 m PCI o Hi Ifi Pd :::::, :".::.! C O ( !SSi? i, vm iiivii o yt uihiii. .9 g n ant! vj MAY PET IT. Shares, psr valui,$n.03 each; For Sale for a Limited Time at SI.03 each. Chilkat Gold Mining and Transportation Co. Suite Subscription 1401-2-3-- 4 m nsMTQ m$ yS U2 lrm kvCjJ'J h Tama (BRmm for rrr-i- Manhattan Euilding, CHICAGO. Stock can be Uthf-- at Ojjice of thin Paper. n The Greutt st Bargains ever offered pie of Madison county. zziir Jtzzl. U r?EiTS a't3 b pe sopt22-6- rrTiflftOIin m nnl I .11 iini-- il m mp.tTl IHItair' Tl l - rni il I rrji - al how-othe- 'li pal pal ILEi m Aft? .TTlJrd til" f r IPtlPtirI'lltl 1 K.1 ii r'r it rnr frHiDfS BRUSIb' rl m frTS T5fic2r; L,ook jlge R fj nvz fin i zA f H h M l -- P Si?- !Q "" - . ... Sj . ftUS ErHl Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 1jh Boy'i, Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. ?-Men's Shoes SO cents. Lulies' Shoes SO cents. V CcCKg; A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cent?.. Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a yard. fjftgS Duck Suiting's 0 cents a yard up. &?J Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to Si. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. Straw Mattings from 12 cents to 20 ets per yd. k at tSese Prices: $S. Men's Suits for 2.50 worth t6 k4 I 4 "1 V frrt Bargains Now! 11 Kentucky Shoe Grain Drills Bargains Forever! T' ..-- sub-rcrib- er 'THEREWYORK STORED UpTovrn "nein ArSon'y Old Stand, Kichmond, Ky. d Si vmmm and m ps; Superior Disc Grain Drills ESffH fte&iti A Full Dec of BUGGIES, .iVVVUJr sigm . x-t flK.l.k1fZU.ykJt-'llI . 1 i J .JL LOW AT frHJSi a a ma ! home-make- is il mm D. B. Shackelf or d & Co HIGH GRADE WORK BIVES Consequently Is best for THE CONSUMER SATISFACTION, tha Dealer to handle. Send for SpiJtsr . SU2KEYS, Catalogue and Prices. Put vour wheat in with one of these drills and increase your ft JlJ yield one third. Isral m raUaraul plsplB WI lj BjgJgjgJgfg m frHJSfTrllHITlMfrS ii, N. i. EAST BOUND. PHAETONS, E0AD 1YAG0NS, All Work Guaranteed. CRAWFORDSVILLE, IND. vvl-- II m6ESSSti WT. Vcalso Manufacture 1 DOVETAIL COMPANY! I !!! THE WRITE. CaCiK!is:. Salesroom, 214 DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS it inpri-anTBi- :ij "SJMMMiEMleJMJErSrj EJlijglSfglBrgJH ffllsjpsjSlaj Rf VU BiLJfiBsii PESi4fl bus-ine- ss ,. C IE JB mayJ5-6r- u lpj '. v v 5. .. IR m Having Opened a n. ! liBsf pi .feXISecoiidfland o.V;;" Time Table No. 29. Taking Effect Sun Ui II n n t 3 JJ pSS 9 9 M Vk. aBBBk ami ,fc. 11. Prfiiiii'A iEstabiishment day, lay 2. 1606. I 1st Class. 2d Class. No. 1 ?o. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun ErSan Ex San A-i- XiO Sas :?00G -- LJ ST7TT been ,T ,T a Modern Palace VintiiHM Richmond. Union. Moberlev; I?rass9efj l. good-nature- NlchoIaaviHe . 11 00 Valley Vlow 1125 11 40 11 5S 10 20 6 57 --7 36 P. it. 8C0 3 13 A. II. Recently 10 12 JO S3 11 48 12 SO 1 Converled Into AT 216 EAST MAIN. LAND FOR SALE I -- almosBm : furniture, such of second-han- d as clocks bedsteads, raiittress-es- , bureaus, couches, in fact anything yoi want to dispose of in the line of furniture or old feaSfe oil stoves. clothing, second-liand- r I also do upnolsteniig, carriage top trimming, renew jnattr-esses-. All 'jvock to side-boards, lam prepared to takeallkinds 112 13 12 J3 12 SO P.'K. 12 3 1 03 330 1120 Halls and Entrance are Garble and Tiling of the Finest Quality P.M. 03 CO Panola Irvine . . . 2 2 15 T No. 10 Ex Sun Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Flocrs tW PARLORS AND 3 20 UPPER HALLS. - - - 'XoT"5f' WEST BOCNO, Ex San ExSan 'Korm NoTir Ex-Su- J ., Panola Brassfield . MobrlpT Union ,Z, , Irvine . A.M. P. it. I'M 165 217 0 P.M. 3 40 4 iS A.M. Offices and DlnlngRoom Beautifully Decorated and Bril liantly Lighted. jjte Equipments throughout are without a Superior iathe South, - 2 00" 2 11 440 5 10 5 15 Richmonil. WilHnn Ol CtcL Valley ViewJT ixjcaoiayviiie Versailles . 1 60S 3 20 634. 7 2 35 4 00 4 15 540 .530, 5 57s "6 4. 8 -- 'SOO " , ' j"tt- - wuBjuereu. . .., . n fc a - - r 5 30 i Young &j kJPople n SATISFACTION 6UAKMTEEB of your patronage. eptly iWM:-BRPClfMAN- XTespectfully&olicipa share i L .toSiSiaiC,u'w'T-6T TXT- at faivlted . bvJ -- can. foaad ws hdpinsr her. SheEfpt on until ' tilffS&n SlllHftfi, she !wl taken tix. bottles. Since Ukiag tke l5t- - v she-soo- ' tr . , --Z , - .. treabie. J ijr"? ' - 2frfS& J &i 3 been well nearly twelve motb.r 'TiK'lltiorHt Prescriptlen' waaK.ttM jnwucwe s ases;. - sxae, is in goea '" I 3fc man.HSH.' 'j" "l. "J -5 'ths comtniueu wtwuue. ttr ustagMwr-iMwiuu- to especially interesting and profitable to' peopl. bat read with interew aad prot by po--. 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