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MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1897. JVC 'erZX sso-.m JW-v-T- C NUMBER 22. WARNING. all users of , ,. G , 3 , a ., - Simmons aai.on i ' n a subject of the deepest rtar.ee to their health . The sole propnetora iiams Liver Regulator n. rs are often deceived by ' g some medicine of a - or taste, believing it to r Regulator. We warn tie word Regulator is on 'V that it is not Simmons ' No one else makes, or - "j ms Liver Regulator, or . mm on Liver Regulator, and no medicine made same ,. We alone can . we cannot be responsible, if - r- rrsented as the same do - v u arn led to expect they - . ' well in mind, if you have i t uing a medicine which Nmmons Liver Regula- -- iie was somewhat like ' . did not have the word t 'U have been imposed i t i been taking Simmons . r at all The Regulator has v k ".own for many years, and y ' huw necessary it is for - B.iious Fever, Constipa- isia, and all disorders tl . . Liver. ; ik for yourselves, and - Liver Regulator, which Mmguish by the Red Z : t ur name, is the only ..n.iaons Liver Regulator. J. II. ZKILIN & CO. Take " From Oklahoma, by Comman- der G. A. JTharp, A. R. Commander of Ken- - - tucky. MANY KENTDCKIANS THERE. iun - THE BEST PLACE FOR IIOME SEEKERS IN THE WORLD. MEETS A SOLDIER WHO HELPED CAPT. JNO. WILSON ROYAL POWDER Absolutely Pure t- PLANT THE STARS AND STIPES ON LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN. MEETS DR. PIGG AND IS KINDLY GREETED. ieqBaaaHac BAKINQ POWOCR CO., HEW YORK. Indian Territory, Oet. South McAlester, ) v 12, 1897. j Simmons Livtr Regulator. ine Chickens For Sale. Rock Cockerels ts each Vlf- - M. F AKI1UCKLE. Sner Creek, Ky. !''ni'uth ib PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H l.m (.iiLUKX. ..' AT.o-tsars. A XI) TYPEWRITER. Kextuckv. ; .1 .11 US- Barnaul's. VJ MILLER. r 'i Hn mi . it-La- Kextuckv. HuildinR, next door to febS-l- y . iffAM N C. P. BUBS'AM. W. S. MOBEKLCY. MOBERLEY. " i - MS-AT-La- - - - KENTUCKY. occu-- n 31-3- 9 Tim Building, recently mi !.-- M. i - I U i !! KENTUCKY. ir's Hardware store, op- we. on Main street. - 'I 17 !!:XEY AT LAW. Kestccky I'iit?L. upstairs. I ! 31 30 I! l.Y, l''l;Er-AT-TsA- Kentucky. .r- not permit. But I shall never u 'rniT Main and Second forget the reception extended - Will prartic-in all la.llJU and adjoining me by the Kentucky people "iirt of Appeals. on this visit. C A M. CHKNAULT, Art Azbill, a Winston boy, ' RXEYS AT LAW, is located at Cheocotah, and Kentucky is postmaster there. He is farming on an extensive scale " v mil street, over Chen and has done well since he left the "Old Kentucky PHYSICIANS. Home." He is well pleased with this county and thinks it IU1. Jul IX M.FOSTER, is cointr to be the grandest Kentccki county on earth. supply the great State of Through tne kindness of ffice and residence. Texas, and other States and Dr. Pigg I had the pleasure DR. II. II. GIBSON, Territories, and it is the junc granted me of viewing the tion of the Oklahoma and Gulf most beautiful lands it has I'll) 1IAX AXD SURGEON, PlCHM .. Kentucky. railroad, running from Ar- ever been my pleasure to kansas to Elreno, Oklahoma. see. We took the train at Old'. .hns building, iS and so The United States Court is South McAlester for Elreno, - ii, it .r Wai.e .old drucitere. held here, The town has and went directly to that CIIA HOOKER. man' fine stone and brick point. We went out tc Fort buildings, A number of all Reno, which is some six n r.mxAiiY surgeon, itt Oitlario Veterinary College. kinds of business houses, miles from the town. Here good church and school build- is one of the Government Vttcnr Iirntistry and Sterility a Specialty. hospital forts, or homes for soldiers A first-claur. over New York Store, corner ings. treets. Richmond here, and the city claims over of the regular army. There . C. JASPER. M. D. four thousand inhabitants. are about three hundred solMedicine ami Surgery. It will compare with many of diers here, Under the comOfti e Collins Huildintr, MainStreet. sit lekidence (the Carr place) on the old towns of our State for mand of Col. Lincoln. He ac llrodaVbusiness and morality. Kihj..m,. myself and Dr. Pigg corded Kentucky. But what goes to mak it a all the favors of the fort, and DR.O. A. KENNEDY. .. grand success, is that it has made us feel much at home. I'll YsICIA X AND SURGEON, a slice of old Kentucky peo We next went to the reservaWMIM11M1. ple here to help make the peo- tion, a place where the Govand Rich- ernment issues supplies to in Smith l;UiM,n- - v n. Main Street.nr ple feel at home Olfire hnitrc .. . . riA . tn nVlrtClc. t.ln .... . .w J county are the Indians and where the Inmond and Madison ' EVANS, M. D., not left out in this make-uC. dian school is. Here some 300 B. Indian children, all sizes and of th'e town. Dr. William Pirnr is located here and is both sexes, are being educaPhymi ian and Surgeon, one of the most prominent ted by the Government to Richmond. He make good citizens out of pit.izftns ot the town. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, the them. This is a nice place stands at the head in I'rartdioner in Medicine and Surgery, practice of medicine, and in and is very well kept. Richmond Kentucky surgery he is unequaled in The soil of Oklahoma is iT- 'l residence on Tlilnl itrev't. the Territor', and he is very very gobd, and the land lies successful financially, dealing as well as pny man could wish DENIAL SuEGSET. TT ttMlr' and it is the coming country .! m reai esuite. x DK. A. WILKES SMITH, hard and deserves much suc- for the poor men who want DEXTAL SURGEON, cess. I am glad to say he is homes. You can see fields of Kentucky rewarded for his energy. wheat, corn and cotton growHotel, ope of the ing side by side, and a counThe Mize ... Ornr. t ... uniwinir. Main Street. Office onr. jm largest in the city, was estab- try that can produce these ""acttce limited to dentistrv. lished by a Richmond boy, three staples is sure to win in C. Moboax. J. A. Yates. H. M. Mize. It is now run the future in the great race JIGANA YATES, b3' his widow and son, and is for popular favor. There has DENTISTS, always been some doubt about Rich mo.nd. Kentucky. doing a thriving business. Among the Kentucky peo- where the Garden of Eden CEM-i- n stret, over Madison National ple here I had the pleasure of was located. But some of the Bant l it Sees'- Editor Clhniuv: As will be seen from the heading of this letter, I am just a little "wav from Fox- town." P.ut, nevertheless, in the land of the living and enjoying the pure southern air and sunshine in this part of the Lord's vineyard. We left your town on the morning of the 4th ver the L. & N. for Cincinnati; reaching that place in good time, I spent a part of the day in the city. At S p. m. I left Cincinnati over the Big Four for St. Louis this is the best route for kind treatment and good accommodations of all roads I have ever traveled over. From there to this place I came over the M. K. & T., the favorite Southern route. The most 1 can s'.y for this route is it's a splendid one for travel the passenger is in no hurry, it kindly stops at all stations and crossings the passengers have ample time to see the neighbors al1, along the line. "But it gets there all the same." On reaching the Indian Terri-tor- y I was greatly pleased with the country and the towns. I can say that I believe there is some of the finest land in the world in this territory for farming and stock raising. Before coming here I supposed the settlements were mixed with Indians and the white people. But in this I was mistaken. The towns are filled with white people, and a very good class of working and business people at that. You rarely ever see any Indians in the towns. As a general thing they do not live near the towns and railroads, but live way back in settlements of their own. This town, South McAlester, is the coming city oi all the Territories, it being located in the center o the great coal mining regions where all the coal is mined to meeting William Witt, an old Sth Ky. soldier. He was one of the six who helped Capt. John Wilson plant the flag on Lookout Mountain, November 25, 1S63. I had the pleasure of seeing his furlough, giving him 30 days absence for meritorious conduct on that day. He married here in the Ter ritory and he talks like he will never live in Kentucky again, but is content to stay here the remainder of his life. I was delighted to find a school mate here, preaching the gospel of Christ. 1 had not seen him since 1SG0. He is an Estill count- - boj. and his relatives live in Estill count' now. This brother is F. G. Roberts; he is minister of the Christian church, and he is second to no man in these Territories in preaching and is a good Christian citizen. Estill count' should be proud of this son. I should like to speak indi- vidually of each Kentuckian,. but for want of space can only give the names of some of those ,whom I have had the pleasure of meeting, and giAre 3'ou the place in Kentuck-frowhence the' came: W. II. and O. H. Galbraith, Clinton countv, wholesale M. P. Conway, Clerk, Carlisle; Judge R. H. Earnest, Franklin; R. E. Chandler, Bowling Green; Wm. and Joe. Thompson, merchants, Louisville; P. B. Stoner, Clerk, Hickman; Thos. E. Grace, painter, Paducah;Fred Clay pool, Bowling Green. m mer-chant- s; There are man' other here of whom I Ken-tuckia- ns would like to make special mention of, but my time will agreeable acquirement of pistol practice and the familiarity with the use of fire arms. The condition of society makes it imperative that every woman shcuxd be capable of self-dt- f jnse and not otherwise can .Ills be done, than by teaching offruit,veget..olcs;andalmost her the use of the pistol and anything you wish for the gun. With these weapons grows well he:e.' I suppose she is absolutely safe from tobacco does not, the rea violence and outrage, and this son I have not see:, any grow- is a lar better accomplish ing. The "Old Kentucky ment than all the music in the Home" is a grand State, but world. Pistol practice can be next to home is Oklahoma, made a most fascinating enand my advice to young till- tertainment, far more absorbers of the soil is to come to ing and not a bit more expenOklahoma; get you a home sive than croquet, to which so that will afford you a living many women devote many with the ease and pleasures of hours of idleness that are ab- life. The society of all kinds sclutely wasted. We remember when shootis good; too much cannot be said for this country and the ing matches were indulged in by the young men and maidIndian Territory. Dr. Pigg says it is the fin- ens of every neighborhood, est country on earth, and he when matches of this kind liker it the best in the world, was a feature at every barbeand the only objections he cue. They can be revived had to the country was he did and can be made an oppor-- , not like Oklahoma beans. But tunity for the boys and girls he may yet waive this objec- to flirt and do their courting tion and take a liking to the as well or better than on beans. I trust he will. I If some ladies of will stop for the present for prominence will make the fear I may weary your read- movement they will do socieers. A. J. TlIARP. ty the greatest possible benefit, and will do more for the The Pistol vs. The Piano. protection and security of their daughters than the averA vast amount of time, age husband, and even if they money, patience, and not a make the best of matches, the few tears are expended by use of the pistol will suppleschool girls in acquiring the ment his protection and give art of playing upon the piano, him a freedom of action that and not one in fifty ever ar- otherwise he cannot exercise. rives at sufficient proficiency A woman in her home by herto make their playing a pleasself, but with a pistol at hand ure to their listeners. It has which she knows how to use, gotten to be a fashion with is better protected she can be people in fair condition of life in any other way. She may to have their daughters drill- often become in this way the ed into thrumming the piano, protector of her husband and whether they have talent or render him service not expectnot, and they more often suc- ed and not contracted for at ceed in extracting sounds the nuptial alter. We are not hateful to gods and men than done with this subject, for it the pleasing harmonies that is a pressing question of th fascinate the ears of their pa- hour. for our mothSecurity tient listeners. If the dreary ers and wives and sisters and discipline of practicing the daughters is second to nothscales draws tears to the ing that engages public atteneyes of the weary child, think of tion. Lexington Gazette. the misery inflicted upon neighbors and friends when GOV. BRADLEY'S GOOD WORK FOR HIS PARTY. that child has acquired sufficient skill to play or murder Bradley ioii't making any Gov. one of the masterpieces of speeches this year, but lie is making Gluck or Wagner, which, more votes than anybody for the ticket. Nearly all the convict1, when excuted by a master, perhaps all, whom he restores to citizenhas few attractions for the ship, and ho is kept pretty busy, are Reaverage listener. We have publicans StaufordJournal. been there and know whereof REPUBLICANS SCARED TO DEATH. we speak. The practical use to which the average musical Thk dibits that the republicna scholar applies the skill so laforth for their candidate for the boriously and expensively ac- appellate cleikship 6hos that they are quired, is to operate on an or- taking no stock in the uhseilion that from gan, generally in a country Ilimliiian will draw many votes possithe democratic candidate, the only church, to the corruption or ble contingency upon which they could destruction of congreirational hope to elect him. A vote for is a half vote for Baily and we do singing, and the transferring f-- r d. doubt is removed from my mind now. I think if the Lord had selected the most beautiful place for it he would have located it in or" near where the town of Elreno now stands. There is the most beautiful land and country I have ever seen. Thousands of acres of this land have never been plowed. This country is great for all kinds stitute, not where decided talent makes piano playing easy of accomplishmentandapleas-ure (pfcoTfcaTpj-T)- ; afterwards, the useful and ooliiteeeZ ta Ca",0S'v cCrt W 1T- - yJShl spl 88 O 88 o HI A'EOLDPRIC We have jnst received the largest line of HIN M SI m 1V? if cos 08 a EMhing, Ouercoois, Underwear $. Ha IN RICHMOND, which we bought early bef:c the tariff was put j so OS O 8 o 8 98 woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every needed. . Tip . a .c. quiu ana. a m.i ...J uveruoats- maae jl. uraer. measures j.su.eii ior to on j: S"-articl- e ., fii. ::: nm-ji- S1 Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 up, Wit eo e8 8 . UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES rl NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT P ES ssa l,-.,- 7 --)0.: ?uv AvLt Av2J : : JLJ? t The Oldest Clothieu and Furnisher in Richmond. 'u airiKk (?iiv ' u:lZh ' k TY2x. : : w: Z5S! i5i?:V?. ii5: JL. i&U n". UFF '(&. L : : Rlk 1 Si C3 fe .v ... .. .. !l i it 1 tit. i Y 9 w& J JA : : : : : : : : CX- -5' : : : iec! Can be I THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. I AHD Y CATHARTIC FIHES TOR --IIS- A Long Troubles and Consumpton Cured. An 1K. Eminent New York Cheaust aad ScieB--ht Makes a Free OKer to Oar Readers. i. CURECOriSTlPATiOHg 1 I rf y . S?j PjSSffrara- i- jii J fascarcts are nT- any rBe of SRflT - .uu- i uuwvu- TITPT Y riirSPSUTPRn ,0T. n-nfT --np or constipation, ue my naiun the h'cal rrsmu. t criof. hill uuuiuuiuuu j booklet free. 1.1. STKKLIM! I.F.MKIIV (().. fhirae'o. Montreal. Can., or .Nen Tork. 1. 2i53i5?3Ps"i3' n.im'ii,jaBrgr-!fa- a ALL DRUGGISTS I rlnl ai4 an ! t Insure vour homes and 'business property against in. J Fire 0 Tornado. I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. I -' indigestion dyspepsia biliousness land the hundred and one 3 'FARM lFOR 6SaS 1 S. F. ROCK, . ""W Hnm iff "' S je2-l- y 26, Sec Street, I'p btairs simi-- t lar ills caused by impure blood I livpr rmirl'lvr viplfl A,r in to the purifying and cleansing. properties contained in F -I S ft3gS$ tlfHStSll'S arsapariilll QUART DOTTLE. I The nndcrsiRncil has a farm o 200 acres, as a win le or to.sjit purchast-r- , whicli he offers at pri.ate sale, situated at The distinguished New York chemist T. X. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery at a reliable and absolute core for CosstusMioa (I'ulmona-- y Tuberculosis) ami all broH&ial. throat, lung ami chest diseases, utabbara coughs, catarrhal affect ions, general dectts and weakness, loss of 8esh. ami all eoatHsitaa of wastinsr awav. will end TIIKEK FKEB BOTTLE (all d"ifferent of his Xiw Decev-crito any afflicted reader of the writing for them. His "New Treatment" has enred thdss-i- s permanently by its timely use. a&tl e coasid-erit a simple professional duty to soK. ri-- K humanity to donate a trial ot his mfaUibl. cure. Science daily develops sew wonder- -, aad this great chemi't, patitntlv expere-ti- s frv years, has produced results as beniScial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that Ions' troubles a consumption are curable .n any climate iw proven by "heartfelt letters of graUtnde." filed in his American and European Sahanto-ne-s in thousant!s from those cored in ail foztt of the world. Medical ctperts concede that liniiii-- ii' chtst and lung troubles Wad to Coasaantiain. uliich. unmterrapted, means speedy ana carta. n death. rimplv write toT. A. Plocnm. M. C, S8 Ptae street New York, giwnzpotoflkr ami expw !, ar ! the f ' f ii". ad 'r ri. ' t i ufft u taat a I rww f .,n ta tun, r. ' - ' hi- Plifo.--'ii iw In- - . .i ' o im in tht iUt iim Cia es s i rer--n- , ! ' j' ieil ii tu -- I ''7 fr WHITE'S 1 v-- br s3f iSsi3K?7 EO YEARS EXPERIENCE. It cures permanently by acting i blood-cleanse- r, nesh-builder, naturally on all organs ot the r, body. Asa it and health-restorehas no equal. Put us in Quart Bottles, and sold at Si each. WILLIAMS. DAVIS. BROOKS & CO. Detroit. Mich. 3 ;eV. It is well wa- on the waters of Silver tercd. There is no better land in Madison county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads mill, etc., withfn a half raileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- ' B 5rrJfSS:5t.i--,'V:- zizrzifi-rrzz&s- Till I - Geo. D. White, 5 feb3-t- f Tl J&L The Finest Kigs, Tlie Safest Drivers, iThe Promptest At-- i ty: - lV.,r 7 5tS3I iiii jKT: ill tA TRADE ti T COPYRICHTS Ac. Anyone jendintr a -- etr'j ana !;crJptlon t a qnicklT certain, free, hetber an probably patentable lommuncatiiu rtni y confdentlaL Oldest aceacy f'THruniK pat,- - - t In America. We hare a Was t t n nioPatents taken through Munn t Co receUo ipecial notice in tbe nti DESICNS, MARK3, Take Livercttes for Lirer Ills. 35c White's Station. Kv. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Sold by D Z. & T. 11. Taylor, Waco, Ky. ::SADDLERY.:; if-st5iria-u- i Wanled-- An Protect your Idea Who can think or some simple Irtet thcr may bring you vrealih Wrlto JOHN WKUDEItnORS & CO Patent Attorneys, Washington, O. C. for their S1.8U) priKJ offer and list ot two hundred lurcntloua wonted. tMnxtoDtitent? !or Sale For'j'-tlire- e ncres of land, 12 acres ot s wliicli is river bottom land, witb jrood dwe'lirig lioiiFe and stable thrown in. One quarter nii'e from Shearer's water tank, on Otter For fui titer paiticulars call on or nddreas first-clasC-e- i 3 ST ite!'l-?il- cSiilirfir vrfSfe Geo. White. B oo ir" rn fi tnntion. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," beanttfally illastrated. lrcet c'rcnUtMra rZ eny "Cientltlc journal, week'y, term- IS.UH a yeari IL.V)si months. -- pwit"n curHfs and IL Q .Boo- -, o" I'atexts tent free. Arccs MUNN & CO., 361 Ilrouilnn), New York. 23-2- 7 ONE OF TWO WAYS. tmr-pos- P. B. Hunley's Old Stand. No. 26. e. The bladder was created for oho namely, a receptacle for the iirinev and as such it is not liable to any f im ot disease except by one or two wsp. The first way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. r. M Uiml-inn- ii 3- 3UEtl- - of this important part of Chris-tai- n 1- -r , 37- -- 1 fim-h- , ss i -- 46- - . 11c - ... Office irv c worship to a few chosen spirits who have attained the accomplishment of singing by note out of a hymn-boothe compilers of which have generally been guilty of the sacrilege of altering the tunes and poetry that we all acquired in early life, generally from our mothers or the elders in israel, appointed for their gift in sacred song. But they generally abandon their music when they marry and settle down in life, or, as Sidney Smith said, "are driven from it by rotundity or ridicule." Now we propose as a sub k, not believe any considerable number of democrats will let their votes count that way.-Stanford J. B GKIMES peptl5-Sin- o Ford, Kv. Journal. AFRAID OF FOREE!! TS A J'ic-B- Ll El'AcnEandRnEnsiATiSMrollevod by Dr. Jllloa Ncrvo Plasters. At Walter Azjiell's Livery Stable. All kinds of hand-mad- e harness, cheaper than can be bought- - any where in Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f guaranted. Y. RILEY Little PkyoK Forec, of Shelbyville, who thinks he is runninjj for Congress, told a correspondent that ho wanted to have a joint debate with Gov. McCre.iry, but the silver managers seem to be afraid of him. Well ! Well ! Well ! As woll may they bo afraid of ghohts, hobgoblins, spooks and spectres. Afraid of a man who a little over a year ago was willing to accept the Chicago platform for a saat in Congress, but who couldn't fool the siher democrats and bad to retire from the race after writing a card so ridiculouc as to make him the 1 lughing stock of the gold bug papers! Afraid of him? Yes democrats are afarid of him, so very much afraid that they will 6ie tlrat his present aspiratons, like those of last ear, will alhodie a'borning. Stanford Journal. lata EezoEE-vroiTXDEn . rz'- iff """"'""'ty 'If! life O Wright .Medical Co., Col., O : Gents I have pnrrhased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. X MiddeltQii. (IruuKi-- t, and used Iheiu for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and found that they cave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., Slsiy 2G, 'l6. To Of o o o P-- excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 9 J in -5 ITl0?Pi( Am fP'M-I1!. (lv -- ""t'? c o K 5" O o CC Geo. V. Riley. -j 2? i o SI --5 2-s--.t K -- 7 7 S 0" ,Ja& V 1 rVtStA !? JJJ-.- J P O " I fessr MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN CURE ZHsass--Faili- ae -r Mn ory, Im potency. Sleerlosaness. etc- - cnased by Abaa or other Kxce4ea aatl Indiscretions, They tfuirklj ant wrWp restore Lost Vitality in old or roans, and fit a man for study, business or narri:g. Prernnt Insanitr and Coninmntlfln if fmnmvA .fin in time. Their eu--rt thorn irameHlar meat arvl effects a CUKE where all other fail. In-npot hArins tho ccanine Ajui Tablet They haTocnr-thousands and willcureyoa. Wenlnsapos-itiT- e written fftiarantee to eCect a care Cf) pTC ia eachcasiior refund the money. Price wU W 1 O per package; or six pl(zm (fall treatment for I2JG0. By mall, in plain wrapper, npon receipt of MADE TABLETS rOSITIVElY ME A MAN AJAX REMEDY CO., p .... SSOUOLAS 1.00 T AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK For further particulars, prices, i&c, address, For sale In Richmond, Ilerndon. Ky., by hTiw Hat-- in fabJ-l- y Unhealthy urine from unhealthy is the chief cause of biwhler troubles. So the womb, liko the bfad-de-r, was created for one purpose, ami if not doctored too much is not liaWo to weakue&s or disease, except in rareca&es. It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or urinary jiasMtgeis often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. The error i3 easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set your urine aside for twenty-fohours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swauip-IIoothe exeat kidney and bladder remedy, is soon realized- - If ym need a medicine you should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet. Iwth sent free by mail. Mention the Climax and send our address to Dr. Kilmer fc Co., Binirhamton, N. Y. The proprietors of tl.K puper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. kM-ne- ys ur cmsr causz. fl t, h.2 15. & -- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends "Wrights Celery Capsules. rARKEKSBORO, M. PETER PLUCKS Great German Remedy, rs F . Krs-tuck- - ... SHOE XM Madisop Mopuipeptal Worfo. mch21-Iy W The Style. Fit and Wear could net be improved for Double the Price. -- 1 A -- . v.-- ".-. iiiim Merchants, Bankers, fcraS3-S5- i c3-V- 9 V. L. Douglas WHK3& KwiSk . productions terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. We make also -- oUand shoes tor men, and $2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L. Uouglas Police shoe, very suitable lor policemen and others having much, walking to do. letter-carrie- rs, $3, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes axe tht of skilled workmen, from the best ma5x) A New Cheap Cash Grocery FRUIT .AIND Rkilimond Opened next door to quote a few of our prices : . W. Va., 26, 1903. January The AVrioht Mei. Co., Colnmbns, Oliio. HOUSE-l- k National Bank. ,. . Below we Wright's I $1 00 ATo 2S?25SSfebSk -- "-- "" J"-v- w 10 1 lawyers, bvsfcians ana all J- - arc the best. For sale by economical men wear W. L. Douzlas Shoes because they ifei. aro constantly addinc; new styles to our n already larpe variety, aim mere is no wliy you cannot be suited, so insist on having V. L.. Dou.las Shoes from your dealer. Wo nso only tlio best Calf, Russia Calf Calf, (all colors), French l'rcncb tnamcl, VIcl Kid, etc., graded to corrcsiionu wun prices of the shoes. rea-'soeut Best Granulated Sugar 20 lbs, for. Arbucklo's Coffee 2 lbs. for t Best Brand Canned Corn 7f r, 2 for Best Brand Canned Tomatoei 3 cans for Best Maple Leaf Lard, 4 lbs. for-, Bed Star Wash Boards Best Coal Oil per gallon .... Pure Stick Candy 2 lbs. for. Pure Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for, . 25 .. 15 25 25 10 10 15 15 ..' .. 3ipi8Pll If dealer cannot supply you, trnto W.L DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Catalogue Fkee. oct27-3r- me a call and be convinced. J9-l- y Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention. "Wholesale-an-d Retail. Give For Sale by FREEMAN BROS., Richmond, Ky. G. MARGOLEN, i a Proprietor. Celery Capsules since November, $94, anil find thein to be as recommended. I first beean taking them while at HotSprinKs. Aik, under treatment1 for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and Stomnch trouble. Constipation which J had been long sufferer. I fonud the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from r.he beginuing and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited. I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or ehhpi ot thuui. Very truly yours, ClIABLEsT CALDWELL. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Drumist. Price 60c ejits and $1.00 perbox. Callatdrng-stor- o and get free sample. 6- Gentlemen. 1 have been nslnp For the and Immediate Eclicf I rositivc Cure NEURfH-GISFor oi SIOS sa H1VDI HMM0H1 ed . st-alcj. by phvsiciaas of the hig-e- -l al ar a Dsuoci v . B. H. yOXSTOGK 0IB1I5A iay38-- 6 iv 1c-j3?- - 3il - NfegF. - THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, a 'OLUME XI. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, vTTT' Y NOVEMBER 3, 1897. NUMBER i 22. WARNING, o Vi 1 vr U-- .,.,. j"c"fri 3 ,, - caution all users of Simmons ' ' T on a subj1 of th deepest i importance to their health The sole proprietors t S:mraons Liver Regulator aic uiicu ucvtivcu uy t v-- m ira der A. JrvTharp, Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and deticlotu. From Oklalioma, by CommanA. R. Commander of Ken- 11 , ., - trance or taste, behevincr it to G. is Liver Regulator. We warn pom POWDER Absolutely Pure EOT HI. " j , tucky. THERE. .', rv r -- .' w tmitle, u- -i mmons Liver Repulator, or Mmmona ljiver regulator, .n & Co., and no medicine m&de M - so is Til'' f i"dl we the same,be..We alone can cannot responsible, if .' ' "& represented as tlie same do ) as you are led to expect they ) If Lis fart well in mind, if you have hatj.t of using a medicine which to befcimmons .Liver Kegula- -. C3"- h name was somewhat like :e rackdge did not have the word a: r e- - a you have been imposed Zo ara i ave not been taking Simmons rw b - c -vs it ir No one that it is not Simmons else makes, or MANY KENTUCKIANS ii THE 13EST PLACE FOR HOME SEEKERS IN" THE WORLD. MEETS A SOLDIER WHO HELPED CAPT. JNO. WILSON PLANT THE STARS AND STIPES ON LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN. DR. PIGQ AND IS KINDLY GREETED. b. BAKlka FOWST.il CO., KI YORK. ra' The Regulator has MEETS s (a ni' iv Known lor many years, and l know how necessary it is for i w- extr 1 At if Bilious Fever, Constipa-c- ,verl'phJ'atoralaU- a-- 3" C2 3 Rf2 r o- - e a. I'pensia,andalldisoraer8 I'ieased Liver. Indian Territoiy, South McAlester, Oct. 12, 1S97. i"a as W3' tij-- " to look for yourselves, and Ltr ms Liver Regulator, which r- a i i distinguish by the Red Z pt and by our name, is the only a if 1 Simmons Liiveritegulator. J. II. ZEILIN & CO. Take a - Julitoi Climax: As will be seen from the heading of this letter, I am just a little "wav from Fox- - Simmons Liter Regulator. town." But, nevertheless, in the land of the living and en- jo3Ting and sunshine in this part of the Lord's vineyard. We left riaTcd Plymouth Rock Cockerels 3'our town on the morning of t n now SOcts each MRS M. F. AUBUCKLE, the 4th .ver the L. & N. for Siver Creek, Ky. Cincinnati; reaching that PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. place in good time, I spent a part of the da- - in the citj llhs MIL' KMI (iOLJIEX, At S p. m. I left Cincinnati over the Big Four for St. ; ? .uvz) s.7? TYPEWRITER. Louis this is the best route Kentucky. for kind treatment and good ikj A .R Burnam's. accommodations of all roads I vr have ever traveled over. From there to this place I came over the M. K. & T., W MILLER. the favorite Southern route. of this son. W, VET indiThe most I can say for this I should like to speak Kentucky. o a vidually of each Kentuckian,. - Burnsm Building, next door to route is it's a splendid one for mal Bank. travel the passenger is in but for want of space can only C F. BURNAM. no huriy, it kindly stops at give the names of some of vr. s. mobkhixy. iURNAM MOBERLEY. all stations and crossmgs those whom I have had the , the passengers have ample pleasure of meeting, and give mi iD. - - - KENTUCKY. time to see the neighbors al' you the place in Kentucky W. jrnam Building, recently occu-- i along the line, "But it gets from whence they came: Clinllyium. O. H. Galbraith, there all the same." On H. and ton county, wholesale merreaching the Indian Territory I was greatly pleased chants; M. P. Conway, Clerk, EarHIS W, IB with the country and the Carlisle; Judge R. H. - KENTUCKY. towns. I can say that I be- nest, Franklin; R. E. ChandHardware store, op- Wt "ItH'M, on Main street. lieve there is some of the fin- ler, Bowling Green; Wm. and V est land in the world in this Joe. Thompson, merchants, territory for farming and Louisville; P. B. Stoner, TOIiXEY AT LAW. Clerk, Hickman; Thos. E. Kentucky stock raising. Before com- Grace, painter, Paducah;Fred ing here I supposed the setClaypool, Bowling Green. First St.. upstairs. 31 30 tlements were mixed with Indians and the white people. There are many other Kenl.il.LY, whom I But in this I was mistaken. tuckian s here of i I would like to make special The towns are filled with Kentucky. my time will white people, and a veiy good mention of, but not permit. But I shall never - V cirner Main and Second class of working and business '"- forget the reception extended in all tair. Will MaJitou and adjoining people at that. You rarely me by the Kentucky people r 'i H'liiirt of Apiials. ever see airy Indians in the on this visit. towns. As a general thing Art Azbill, a Winston boy, .VI) M.CUENAULT, the' do not live near the towns is located at Cheocotah, and TTf.IiXEYS A T LA W, v Kentucky and railroads, but live way is postmaster there. He is back in settlements of their farming on an extensive scale nd btreet, over Chen own. This town, South Mc- and has done well since he Alester, is the coming city of left the "Old Kentucky PHYSICIANS. all the Territories, it being Home." He is well pleased located in the center o? the with this county and thinks it DR. Jul IX M.FOSTER, great coal mining regions L'i hi m., Kentccki where all the coal is mined to is going to be the grandest county on earth. supply the great State of Through the kindness of . I'-r ai office and residence. V Texas, and other States and Dr. PiggI had the pleasure fDR. II. R. GIBSON, Territories, and it is the junc- granted me of viewing the tion of the Oklahoma and Gulf most beautiful lands it has Pll ) ICIAX AND SURGEON, iBtrHM s,. Kentucky. railroad, running from Ar- ever been my pleasure to kansas to Elreno, Oklahoma. see. We took the train at ID r tht oe 'Jin$buiIdinc, iS and to Sec- The United States Court is South McAlester for Elreno. loiu rir cr Wni.e ..old drup&tore. held here. The town has and went directly to that CH As. HOOKER, many fine stone and brick point. We went out tc Fort I h TERIXARY SURGEON, buildings, A number of all Keno, which is some six fjrminaU Ontario Veterinary College. kinds of business houses, miles from the town. Here rood church and school build is one of the Government Vtttr Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, hospital forts, or homes for soldiers crstrc ntr ?Cr Yftrlc Stftre. corner ings. A first-clas- s Ma i 6 First streets. Richmond claims over of the regular army. There here, and the city ff. c. JASPER, M. D. four thousand inhabitants. are about three hundred solMedicine and Surjrery. It will compare with many of diers here, Under the comCollins Ruildini;, MainStreet. nt rpsitlrnre fthe (!rr tdace) on the old towns of our State for mand of Col. Lincoln. He acBroadway HiiiiMusn. Kentucky. business and morality. corded myself and Dr. Pigg But what goes to maka it a all the favors of the fort, and DR. O.A.KENNEDY. grand success, is that it has made us feel much at home. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, a slice of old Kentucky peo- We next went to the reservaK IIMovn. Kentucky. ple here to help make the peo tion, a place where the GovOfBce in Smith Huildinr. No. ioj Main Street, nr ple feel at home and Rich- ernment issues supplies to Itairs Iffice hours is lo and a'io o'clock. mond and Madison county are the Indians and where the Innot left out in this make-u- p Q W. EVANS, M. D., dian school is. Here some 300 of the town. Dr. William B. Indian children, ail sizes and Pi"g is located here and is both sexes, are being educaPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond. - Kentucky. one of the most prominent ted by the Government to citizens ot the town. He make good citizens out of DR. T. J. TAYLOR, stands at the head in the them. This is a nice place Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, practice or meuicme, ana in and is very well kept. Richmond Kentucky surgery he is unequaled in 'PriQ c?m r f llylo Knmn o JfflceHtid resilience on Thlnl KtrePt. the Territory, and he is very very good, and the- - land lies DENTAL STJEG3ET. successful financially, dealing as well as jiny man could wish in real estate. He works and it is the coming country DR. A. WILKES SMITH, hard and deserves much suc- for the poor men who want DENTAL SURGEON, cess. I am glad to say he is homes. You can see fields of Richmond, Kentucky rewarded for his energy. wheat, corn and cotton growThe Mize Hotel, one of the ing side by side, and a counOpnr. i.v. l..:u:.. r: M c... n.. i. u largest in the city, was estab- try that can produce these d to dentistry. rPractice lished by a Richmond boy, tbree staples is sure to win in J.C. Moboax. J.A.YATE8. H. M. Mize. It is now run the future in the great race MORGAN & YATES, by his widow and son, and is for popular favor. There has DENTISTS, Richmond, Kentucky. doing a thriving business. always been some doubt about Among the Kentucky peo- - where the Garden of Eden OPFICT JtiXr CIM.t mmiu uuca, U)CI JUiiUMUU AlfrklUUiU ..U.Jn.. Tlt..l pie here I had the pleasure of was located. But some of the Iftlnl- i tine Chickens For Sale. the pure southern air i i ATJO-r.TSrS- . meeting William Witt, an old 8th Ky. soldier. He was one of the six who helped Capt. John Wilson plant the flag on Lookout Mountain, November 25. 1863. I had the pleasure of seeing his furlough, giving him 30 days absence for meritorious conduct on that day. He married here in the Territory and he talks like he will never live in Kentucky again, but is content to stay here-thremainder of his life. I was delighted to find a school mate here, preaching the gospel of Christ. 1 had not seen him since 1SG0. He is an Estill county boy, and his relatives live in Estill county now. This brother is F. G. Roberts; he is minister of the Christian church, and he is second to no man in these Territories in preaching and is a good Christian citizen. Estill county should be proud e TTO R - AT-- . -- N- feb3-l- y attobveys-at-Law- I 1. 0 In & ! T A !.;-- , Ill ) 1 R M 1 ) TnliXEY-AT-LA- -- prai-ti- ! , s-- f ... ... doubt is removed from my stitute, not where decided talmind now. I think if the ent makes piano playing easy Lord had selected the most of accomplishment and a pleasbeautiful place for it he would ure afterwards, the useful and have located it in ors near agreeable acquirement of piswhere the town of Elreno tol practice and the familiarinow stands. There is the ty with the use of fire arms. most beautiful land and coun- The condition of society makes try I have ever seen. Thou- it imperative that every womsands of acres of this land have an slicuid be capable of never been plowed. This and not otherwise can country is great for all kinds Jiis be done, than by teaching of fruit, vegetables; and almost her the use of the pistol and anything you caii wish for the gun. With these weapons grows well heie." I suppose she is absolutely safe from tobacco does not, 'for the rea- violence and outrage, and this son I have not see:: any grow- is a far better accomplishing. The "Old Kentucky ment than all the music in the Home" is a grand State, but world. Pistol practice can be next to home is Oklahoma, made a most fascinating enand my advice to young till- tertainment, far more absorbers of the soil is to come to ing and not a bit more expenOklahoma; get you a home sive than croquet, to which so that will afford you a living many women devote many with the ease and pleasures of hours of idleness that are ab life. - The society of all kinds solutely wasted. is good; too much cannot be We remember when shootsaid for this country and the ing matches were indulged in by the young men and maidIndian Territory. Dr. Pigg says it is the fin ens of every neighborhood, est country on earth, and he when matches of this kind liker it the best in the world, was a feature at every barbeand the only objections he cue. They can be revived had to the country was he did and can he made an oppor-- , not like Oklahoma beans. But tunity for the boys and girls he may yet waive this objec- to flirt and do their courting tion and take a liking to the as well or better than on beans. I trust he will. I If some ladies of will stop for the present for prominence will make the fear I may weary your read- movement they will do socieers. ty the greatest possible beneA. J. Tharp. fit, and will dq more for the The Pistol vs. The Piano. protection and security of their daughters than the averA vast amount of time, age husband, and even if they money, patience, and not a make the best of matches, the few tears are expended by use of the pistol will suppleschool girls in acquiring the ment his protection and give art of playing upon the piano, him a freedom of action that and not one in fifty ever ar- otherwise he cannot exercise. rives at sufficient proficiency A woman in her home by herto make their playing a pleasself, but with a pistol at hand ure to their listeners. It has which she knows how to use, gotten to be a fashion with is better protected she can be people in fair condition of life in any other way. She may to have their daughters drill- often become in this way the ed into thrumming the piano, protector of her husband and whether tbey have talent or render him service not expectnot, and they more often suc- ed and not contracted for at ceed in sounds the nuptial alter. We are not hateful to gods and men than done with this subject, for it the pleasing harmonies that is a pressing question of the fascinate the ears of their pa- hour. Security for our mothtient listeners. If the dreary ers and wives and sisters and discipline of practicing the daughters is second to nothscales draws tears to the ing that engages public atteneyes of the weary child, think of tion. Lexington Gazette. the misery inflicted upon neighbors and friends when GOV. BRADLEY'S GOOD WORK FOR HIS PARTY. that child has acquired sufto play or murder ficient skill Bradley isn't makhm any Gov. one of the masterpieces of speeches this year, but lie ii making Gluck or Wagner, which, more votes than anybody for the ticket. Nearly all the crmvic'p, when excuted by a master, perhaps all, whom he restores to citizenhas few attractions for the ship, and ho is kept pretty busy, are Reaverage listener. We have publicans StaufordJournal. been there and know whereof REPUBLICANS SCARED TO DEATH. we speak. The practical use to which the average musical Tin: dibits that the republicna scholar applies the skill so laforth for their candidate for the boriously and expensively ac- appellate clerkship shows that they are quired, is to operate on an or taking no slock in the ubbeiliou that from gan, generally m a country Iliudman will draw many votes possithe democratic candidate, tlie only church, to the corruption or ble contingency upon which they could u destruction of congregational hope to elect him. A vote for is a half vote for liaily and we do singing, and the transferring self-vltfonse cro-quetgrou- mm$tw. icwsrv,: '7 Vv1 -. ffr.v.i : MtMmm-wk- i s : : imm. v a i rvVvkTZv-- i vife it 9 (l 1 "OS at OLD PRICE We have jnst received the largest line of iDTHINGO vr rrrrsyvsv-Tsy- TvaVr75y t awsvi ri?r5vViw VK:::ZS my :: s : r3rv5iTs7Tz5r?5v i zii:mmmivmi : : :&mi a E&:fl '& &m mm ima . . . srx jTffTfcfiKM j.' tCLLm irA.Si5' 'jfrv-- 1 1 et... P m Hats CO.... .. .- j SOS Slothing, Overcoats, Underwear 99 O O SI 08 08 SO 9 woolens and can give our customers the benefit of 30 per cent, on every article needed. IN RICHMOND, which we bought early befmc the tariff was put on - Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from . $10.00 up. m UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES es -- NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT mJ- w A gSKMl -- "e fjs pa-- o... 9 - "- - The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. m v'A., IfoeKo.i" OX2 (cKS.feai taipjKaissr.peKflfi tmn &&, 7Ji . :;3tw3 rP&& : .t3i m MKfaJsssE-a.; V ZViZ?ASZ&'JJiSjrj VVV vrC "ii!liiiiiC 7 7vt.Tr5vT5vTivVaN m m UltV-JfUm w STOUFFER : ZJ Jw 2 .IJ-x- r. w - - " VC zVAiz-VA- il tflPSKfl Z - O 4 I Qandy CATHARTIC constipation. Cicartt are the Ideal Laxa- JRCflT U 1 flDuUlj IITPI V fiTTSPSKTPCn to ears anyraseof crip. but came mt natunl results. Sam- EiH U Uanan 1 Ei&U tire, nip or pie and booklet free. Ad. STEKLIMI KEHEllV CO.. Chlraao, Montreal. 'jn.. or.Nen Tnrk. llt.t ) m o a3 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. FIREiTORiDO Long Troubles and Consumpion Cured. Can be An Eminent New York Chemist ami Scieaifct Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. I SS I 50 SllyiUsJffl3&: DRUGGISTS Insure your homes and business property against &. t wt i Fire indigestion dyspepsia biliousness "" - FARM 1FORI The undersigned has a farm ot 200 acres, as a whole or to buit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at of tbe most I represent reliable Insurance Companies in the United States and Ispeetfully ask for a share 3our patronage. S. F. ROCK, Je2-l- y and the hundred and one simi- lar ills caused by impure blood or inactive liver, quickly yield to the purifying and cleansing properties contained in E I tK exti-actin- g tJofynsttip's QUART BOTTLE. blood-cleanse- The distinguished New York chemist T. A.. Slocum, demonstrating his iliscovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lunff and chest diseases, stubWrn coughs, catarrhal affections, genera! decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all comlHtons of wasting awav, will send THREE KK8E BOTTLES (all different' of his Siw Dieuv-crito any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousand permanently by its timely use, aiwl he cowM-er- s two it a simple professional duty to sfft'rin hnmnnitv tr dnnifp ft tritl nf hia tnFallikL. cure. re- - Science daily develops new wonders, ami great years, of this hxschemi't, patientlv experiment ibr fer produced results as beniftcial te humanity as can be claimed by any mothrm genius. His assertion that lung troMes ami consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude. filed in his American and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all ports 26', Sec. Street, Up Stairs). of the world. Medical experts concede that breaeMat, cnesi ana lung trouoies lead to vontHBB which, uninterrupted, means speedy as tain ueain. Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. C. SS Ptee BfTr5s .ta-f- e street Sew York, giving postodice and express address, and the frte meuic:ne will ! ro pt-l-y scut bufferersshuu' ta!.e i.itant a.l' of his genero'is (in pos t.on Pleae tell the Doctcr thai u uw his i.'ftr jHT i. in the Richmond i lim Tornado. es 1 ge h arsapariHa r, WHITE'S - STATION, The S it builder, and health-restorehas no equal. Put us in Quart Bottles, and sold at Si each. WILLIAMS. DAVIS. BROOKS & CO. Detroit, Mich. 3 Take Lirerettes for Llrer Ills. 35f- It cures permanently by acting naturally on all organs of the r, flesh- body. Asa on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- mk hmi EO YEARS' EXPERIENCE. S The Finest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- Geo. D. White, 1 feb3-t- f TRADE MARK3, DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS die. Anyone sending a sketch and description & j qnicklr ascertain free, whether an inrentioi a probably patentable. Communications etrict y contidentlal Oldest acency fnrecuriiur pater s in America, We bare a Wash netnn olicf Co. rucelre) Patents taken through Munn special notice in tbe i White's Station. Ky. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Sold by D Z. Waco, Ky. & T. B. Taylor, ::SADDLERY.:: Vrho can think of socie fllmpla tlriDelocalent? protect your ldeat they may tiring you wealth Wrlto JOHN WF.DDEIinURN & CO- - Patent Attorneys, Washington, D. for their 1.8M irlxa offer w&nbxl. and list ot two hundred-turciulou- j Wanted-- An Idea C Jfjfc, LJLI tention, S3E3 bantlfollT lUnstrated. lament circuUtion nt enr cieatlflc journal, irecklj.terai IS.UU Tear; ItJiOatx months. tfKHnmpn copea and lLLyu Boon ox Patents sent free. ACircti MUNN & CO., 361 Broadnai, "ew York. 2S-- i g The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Yonr "Cousin," ONE OF TWO WAYS. For Sale first-clns- S of this important part of Chris-tai- n worship to a few chosen m - n 77- spirits who have attained the accomplishment of singing by note out of a hymn-boothe compilers of which have generally been guilty of the sacrilege of altering the tunes and poetry that we all acquired in early life, generally from our mothers or the elders in israel, appointed for their gift in sacred song. But they generally abandon their music when they marry and settle down in life, or, as Sidney Smith said, "are driven from it by rotundity or ridik, For'y-tlire- e acres of lainl, 12 acres of wliicii is river bottom land, with pood tlwe'ling house and. ptable thrown in. One quarter nii'e from Ilind-maShearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. For fuither naiticulars call on or address At Walter Am ell's Liteby Stable. not believe any considerable number of J. B GRIME. All kinds of hand-mad- e harness, cheaper septl5-3tnFord, Kv. democrats will let their votes count that than can be bought-an- y where in Richmond. Give us a trial way. Stanford Journal. X2 A (tr Acns and Rheumatism relieved guaranted. and bo convinced. Satisfaction feb21-t- f kby Dr. Miles' Ncrrti Plasters. OO P. B. BROADDUS, Hunley's Old Stand. No. 28. GEO. 33 Geo. White. o W. RILEY i AFRAID OF FOREE!! I 0(!i-- e I T,:e---.- ie Little Pkyob Forec, of Shelby ville, who thinks he is running for Congress, told a correspondent that ho wanted to have a joint debate with Uov. McCreary, but the silver managers seem to be afraid of him. Well 'Well ! Well ! As well may they bo afraid of ghosts, hobgoblins, spooks and spectres. Afraid of a man who a little over a year ago was willing to accept the t'hicago platform for a saat in Congress, but who couldn't fool the silver democrats and hail to retiie from the race after writing a card so ridiuulouc as to Jiako him the I lughing stock of the gold bug papers! Afraid of him? Yes democrats areafarid of him, so very much afraid that they will Bve tlrat his present aspiratons, like those of last j ear, will aloo die a'borning. Stanford Journal. mkm - llraisiili P5 1 v - SI EIOHMOITD, o O ST5T- - Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Wrinlit'B Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Kv., May 20, "JG. To Wright .Medical Co., Col., 0.: Geuts I have purchased a box of 0, Wright's Celery Capsules from G. xw: V Middeltqn, druKKitt, and used lliein N for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti pation and found that they cave me im- The blailder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to any Um ot disease except by one or two whs. The first way is from imperfect action ot tlie kidneys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other dtseiu-- . CH13F CA"CSS. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of MmMer troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or disease, except in rare cases. It is situated back of and very close to --- --- ill II II wMMixm Q c o 5' O ' CO iMADE ME A MAN Bldn-rmR-s- m Ps U3 J -3 o MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN cule." Now we propose as a sub the bladder, therefore any pain, disease or inconvenience Manifested in the kid neys, back, bladder or urinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. mediate relief every- - time. 1 think it an The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, excellent remedy. set your urine aside for twenty-foYonrs very truly, ' hours; a sediment or settling indicates 0 Riley. Geo. kidney or bladder trouble. The wikl and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kil mer's Swauip-IIoo- t, the srreat kidney and bladder remedy, is soon realized- - If you AJAX TABLETS rOSITITEliY CURE A. I.E, yrrvous XHa F&ilintf Mem orr, Impotencj. 81eeplean3, etc- - caojw need a medicine you should lmvethe br Abnsa or oth.r Eicmbm ami TnriiThey tfuUkty jjk cretioDA.XJMt VitnlitT in and surlp best. Atdrupists fifty cents and one n rMtnra fltamanforitadr. tmiinnu or mtrHsM dollar. You may have a sample bottle PrBTfnt InAAnitT And f!rriinmntlnn it kAs in timo. TheirnMA ihom fnmdlai mnmtA and pamphlet, both sent free by mail. meat and effects a UI!E when all other fail. apoa hTlns the ccnolne Mux Tablets The; Mention the Climax and send our ad navo cured thousand and will core too. Wealreapoa-iU- e written sDarmntee to effect a enra Cfl TC la dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binshanton. each case or refnnd the nonor. PriM t wiper or six plwrs Cfall treatxnentt for 3JG. By N. Y. The proprietors of tl.r paper mtiUtu plain wrapper, upon recn.pt of price. guarantee the genuineness of this oiler. "'AJAA KtmtUY CO., ur - mwtA In-i-r. "SSTJuT fab3-l- y AND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WOJiJT. Ilurndon. X'orsale In Richmond, Ky., by Hapn ... W. BSpsltjlvi(i( L DOUGLAS The Style. Fit and Wear could not be Improved for Double the Price. For further particulars, prices, mmSt- f- &?., address, Drl.PETERFL'JGK'J HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Eecom- mends Wrights Celery 'V mch2I-Iy ... I $4.08 SHOE V. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5)G Shoes ate tht productions of skilled workmen, from tlie best material possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. w e mate also $5U and $Zuo snoes tor men, and $2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the V. L. Ltouglas $J4y i'olsce shoe, very suitable for letter-carrie- Madijor; MoDilnjeDtal Works. HEkm w Great German Remedy, Capsules. A New Cheap Cash Grocery Opened next door to .Richmond National Bank. quote a few of ouif prices : " Best Granulated Sueur 0 lbs. for. AroucKios ionee s id, ior. Best Brand Canned Com 7Jf c, 2 for Best Brand Canned Tomatoes 3 cana Beat Maple Leaf Lard.llba. for..... , lied Star Wash Boatdsl Best Coal Oil per rallo . . rure buck uauav i ids: ior Pure Mixed Candy 2 lb. for ... rARKEKanuna, W. Va., January The WmrniT Mkt. Co., i Columbus, Ohio. vi 26t 1995. ... ... ANDFRUIT HOUSE. policemen and others having much walking to do. rs, Below we Wricht's Wr, $1 00 on u em on: i nave been usinp 1SW. r Merchants, Bankers, Lawyers, Physicians and all economical men wear W. L. Douglas Shoes because they M the best. C SxZVx ourt.o-oot- Woaro constantly adding now styles to our already large variety, and there is no rea- "son why yon cannot be suited, so insist on having W. L. Douglas Shoes from your ueiuer. We nso only the best Calf, Russia Call (ail colors), French l"atent Calf, French Xnamel, Vicl Hid, etc., graaeu to corresiomt with prices of the shoes. ,....,... , -. limi-- for... ,.. , i . . ". . "- J- M IS 35 25 10 .....Sk,. ., .M . lo 13 Fw sale, by - For Sale by FREEMAN BROS., If dealer cannot supply yon, write 'W.L TOLAS. Ifwlto, Mat Catalogue free. me a call and be convinced. l8-l- y Other goods in proportion to numerous to mention. Wholesale-and Give Retail. Stomach trouble. Constipation which 3 liad been long stuTerer. 1 fouud the jielery Cupauleij rhvs mo Kreat relief t(rora the beginning and have used thew jsver since. "With plenaure, and I recotninetul them to any ami all fiiflerine with llko alUMlomoreithet bt tlmu. Vary truly yonro. j hileat Ifot Spring, Ailc. undur treatment for Sciatic KheuiniUistiL Liver nd Celerv CansuliM siiipm NVem. and had them to be aa recom-inende- l. I first heron taking them ".?- For the 'r i is&v ft t vrfs r !iy iv- - .j"--1 if IrUmetUiltO lloliof rositivo Cure fiiy&ufiyLusfiE&uAy.i&t l4oolb7 ph,vVcUaetUchtlt6r. uwo-lllelte-il. Bitiustit, j c - Ky. octZ7-3- m 0.MARG0LEN, Proprietor. - Sold by T. S. HaB, Druwsiat, Vrku SOcents $1.00 box. Call at dr(r jrtore and H f rw sawpk. 8 ChakumT 0AU1W1K.U a. ad pr i mwu rails. - l " ? "iff -- m ffe ... 3 rfJELgBpffi&j Ir - HPfiMMIffwrnHfBwWy'if aBflrMrSwH f ' ? jAK&- - o" -- JO '. ; 'a JV " t The Richmond Climax. PDBUSHED EYEKY WKDSKSDAY BY , .MTtlm K (IrajWraKpffflpJ WlSfSM IfrHilirrHrSffifrHlafrHlS rRJJHfffiJSfrtJW rat mnu witm W The Climax Printing Co. ift7" C E. I Proprietor and Editors. WOODS, Associate Editor. PIUCK ri5U IN ADVANCE, YEAR, - 1.50. $1.25 1S97. n WEDNESDAY. NOV. 3, - Foil its enterprise in printing a half column in red ink the Register may bo e.pectod to bo condemned by the Pantagraph as a Yellow Journal." The rautnjjraph makes a death bed repentance bv printing a lone article on "Slander" yesterday. Very appropriate in view of their false accusation iciird-1Uthe Climax. Very appropriate. Ji'kt as his feet Mere '' tkWf tfJm&S I In I LV JJmmWlmH '!'wBR --- "- jtfll C Hi pressing the promised land of earthly victory the great Henry tieorge was htr'rkeu down in a night and died, on Friday morning last, throwing into confusion the race for the Mayoralty.!)! Greatei New York of which he was the mobt conspicuous candidate. The President has iustiod his proclamation for Tliankf-ging, naming the 2ith day of this mouth for nil the cue fit we have received sis a nation and especially for the return of prosperity, which here at least is only the substance of tilings hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Stanford Journal. h ii jS 1 't Matting Tacks 2c a box, Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files So and 5c. 10 inch Flat File 8c. Curlers 5e. Tracing Wheel Sc. Track Hammer 5c Majrnet Taack Hammer 10c. Pocket Knivts 5c up. Strainers 3c. Padlocks 5c up. Set Tea Spoons lc. Set Table Sjioons Gc. Scissors 5c up. Butcher Knhes 10c. Steel Curry Comb 10c. Waiters 10c. Match Sfaes 4c. Harps 5c up. 1 diz Fish Hooks lc. line lc Whitowash Brush 2Cc. lion Glne 7c. Vegetable DippflrlV. Dust Pan and Brutdi i.Te. Children's Garden Sets Hake, Uoe and Spade c Wash Pans 5, 15 and 23e. Imperial Euameled Steelware Milk Pan 18c Looking (ilasscs 10c and 20c. Picture Framei 15V Large Kitchen Sixjon '6c. Tin Rattlers, with whistle, 2c Fi-d- i $s M& w$ JMMH0dt Notions. Notions. -- WE IMS JUST SECURBD A large consignment of Brooks' (200 3'ds) Spool Cotton Thread, all sizes, biacic and. white. "We will give cur customers the benefit of this great purchase. We want to supply every household in Madison county with Brooks' 'Thread, at a, price that competition can not touch. Pins Ir Fine Mirror. French broad plate lSxlO worth 9IU. Table Oil Cloth 13e vard. wnvmfai JEiMi 1H EiHlEHiEiSJ EiS.nl!lMMuEMiEi :oi, --" k- -i . Boy's Ladies' Waits g 16, 20, 40, 50, 65c. Kuhl-e- r 19 20 Hint-kin- 5 Spools For 10 Cents'. WE SHOW THE GREATEST VARIETY OF 2 Hosiery We will take pleasEver shown in this cit-in showing you goods. Our immense ure stock of Hosiery from ov to Goc. . '. 1, 3 and 5c Shoe Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing 20c Hooks and Eyes lc card 2 doz card. 3 Spools Thread 10c S.ifely PLas 2 and 3c each. Doii-S.ip le cakf. Sc Smvrna Bouqm-- t ( 15. K. Ball Glyceriue Soap 5c Cutirlt Soup 10c 3 for 2oc Tar Toilet Siwp 5c C'uld ( 'ream Soap 5c Blacking IJmahes 10, 13, 15. IS, l and 3Sc Hair Brushes with Glass Su y and 25c Combs, 5, 8, 10, 13, r. j;' iap Hair Brn-he- t, Corset C'on-e- t Ilres Shieldi 10, 13, 15, 1,20, 25c 5, S and lfic -- Clasp1? 5c le. ! 3 Our Pet Child's Waist lStf Our Best Corsets . '." 1.. iii; vuiiuii 4vr3 4m4l in.. Tow-Linen 5,220.127.116.11,20. Bot Itnv Corsets 50c; long watsto won v- -t. t DON'T FORGET WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON l.)C Cool Corsets 33c MountsinS , it i f" I Sla Aktrh earing a Sigma Chi fra toruity pin and a "Wanted a Boy' button on the lapel of his coat for w poveral year.s, Cleveland is now wearing biniles. Cause: d.KVKLANn. At Princeton, X. J., Thursday, October 2S, 1S97. to the Grover Clevewife of land, a bouncing baby boy Grover, Ink 4c Mmilage 4c Pencils lr. 0 Slate Pencils lc. 30 Sheets of Paper 5c 50 Envelopes 5c. 12 yards Lace 5c. Slates 2e, 4c, 5c and Ge. 'Efrl'J 1 doz Collar Buttons 5c Brass Piim 4c Thimbles lc Tacks lc irtJGD Embroidery Silk 5i 20 Marbles for lc m Jy " UI03KS an Capes.. i -- Cor-e- t 50c Daudy Wai-t- s We handle W. 15. and It. it C. Corset-- . Ladies' New Collars 10o 5 to 50c Table Liiicl IS to !5c I gross Buttons 5 The Ijiiiutry Hair Crimper 3c d z Shell Hjur I'iti'. ."o doz up 4-s I'm tain Polrs Lace lutaiiiS) 3te up For Ladies and Misses. Nice doth Double Cape, silk topped and trimmed, for 51.75; caa not be duplicated in this city for Si.75. Feather Bcas 4Sc to $8.00. 100 vds Jr. This is the way Editor Jim Rich ardson, of the Glasgow Times, flays a Republican candidate: 'Judge do honey, the statesman without a principle, the politician without a record as ring streaked and striped as Esau's cattle after Jabob's rod had done its work, bears down on the present road system of Barren county with all the ponderosity of 22-pounds of entrails and wind." 1 Ijik Staiifoiu Journal nays tins merited tribute to a rising young lawyer of l.incol'i, who has many warm friends in Madison: "In tho pron of Harvey Helm, the Democrats have presented a most worthy and competent young lawyer for County Attorney, who fully fids the Jeflerwihui test for otlice hold-- e . He is bright, brainey and ambi tious and will bring to the discharge of his duty a fund of experience and common sense that will enable him to do so cieditahly to himself and Ills constituents. His opponent is a verj clevei man, but even his best friendr-dnot accuse him of the pos session of tho-- o qu dities necessary to We make a successful Countv Attornev ." Among those papers winch have made a gallant fiht for Democracy and from who-- e storehouses of wisdom and learning the Climvx has copied many con ilin Stands BY 1 :: Mm& LaGrSjpsjej Followed by Heart Disease, Cured by DR. K1LEG" HEART CURE. Rallied 'Round Tiie Flag Aud Drove Them To Their Holes. trihutiotia to campaign literature, are here gratefully recorded: The Stanford Semi-Weekl- Here's To The Cock That On y Interior-Journa- l, LouisSeutinel-Demticra- And Kills The Rock 'Em tisZr. til fy?nia&ZHiviaL i -r- ville Dispatch, i lnchcster Democrat, t, Sun, ML Sterling "Winchester Pans Kentuckiau, Oeorge-low- n Times, Shelby ville News, Lebanon W HIS CROWING. i3- - mm msr g 'i wmmMmV8&W&'j" fSKsSS 3&i3rjJ, '9m y'flftVA I Mr. Ciarence E. Woods has an ex cellent article in the Richmond Ci wax on Republican misrule and mismau.ine ment, National, State and county, which is an earnest appeal to the sturdy, hon- yeomanry to Fay bv their votes next Tuesday that they are tired of it and a return to Democratic honesty and an economical administration of govern mental affairs. Stanford Journal. The above mentioned article was cop ied in the Louisville Dibpatch. full column, with quadruple headlines. It appealed in our supplement last week, and was an answer to State Treasurer et-- t de--i- re Gloomy, Hopeless Life Clark's Thread 4c Seamine Braid 5c AVhite Tape lc. Hat Pins lc. Mourning Pins 2c Iwi:. Hat Webbing lc and 2c yd. Webbing 5c yd. S Lisle Webbing 8c yd. Silk "Webbing 9c yd. Dolls 3c np. 1 doz Skiens Silk 7c. Filo Silk 3c 2 for 5c. Rope Silk 3c 2 for 5c. Tablets 1, 3, 5, S and 10c Buggy Whips 10. 15. 20, 29 and 40c White String Ties 8c doz. Black Silk String Ties 10, Jo, 20, 25c. Black Bow so and 10c Silk Club Ties 10c new styles. THIS School Cravon 10c1kc. Ladies' Beits 10 and 0c. I doz WrittiugPens 5c 3 Penholders lc. JrHJS Leather Watch Chains 5c. Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 and 10. Ladies' Safety Hose Supporteis and 15c Bias Velvet Binding 10 and 15e. Pocket Books 2, 3, 4. 5, 8, 10 to 50c Fan Scrims 10c Bahy Ribbon 5c lolt 10 yaids. Ladies' Chemise 50 to GSc Muslin Skirts 50 to 75c Zinc Trunks $1.25 to S6.25 Spcl Silk 4c. Our Millinery Dep artme now in full blast. Don't buy your Hat before seeing our Mammoth stock of Hats. This Mammoth Store carries and "will save you money on Ladies'. Men's and Children's Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, all kinds Notions, Dress Goods, Linings, Carpets, Oil Cloth (table and lloor), Men's and Ladies" Hats and Caps, Capes aud Cloaks. Embroideries and Laces, Underwear, Hosiery, Dolls, Ribbons, Trunks, Telescopes, et Felt Window shades 10 and IV Opatpie and Linen Shades 20 and 1'". Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg' Graters lc Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery I: 25 and Cologne 5 to 53. Fine Couibt. 3c up Pocket Combs 3c up Whisk Brooms, wuh velvet tip. lv Tooth Hrnohes 5, S, 10, 15, 10, 23c 12 lb z Buttons 5c Men's. Working Hiirts 15c up Men's Laundried Shirts 23c Hp Feather Dnsten 15, 20, 25c 3-- c liraols 15c, "9c up coniIete I B Wool Capets Flo.rOiHlothl7ito25c 121c up Dnters I5e Is STAPLE BUY GOODS. Bed Ticking 5, 61 S, 10 and 15c Calico 31c up Giit FUlue Cotton 5 yard, yd wide Canton Flannels 5, 61, 71, !J, 10, I' Outing Flannel 5, 71 ami lOe Eiderdown 15 to 40c jd, al' colors India Linen (5 to 20c Hosierv 5 to Vet Fletced (with sleevei 20 and 25V Mi.e FiiHutStrts 25' Hp I adics.' .Jow ns 50 to Uoc. CLOTHING. j 15c ti sip i 10c Visit Richmond's Kost Popular and Save Money Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade, Men' Men's Snit $3 50 Men's. Suits $4 73 np All-wo- ol atin-line- il ltojs' Knee Pants 15os' Knee Suits 2t llils $7.50 to $10 up -- 75c to i Internal Pains Lamo, Tirod, Nervous Every Bad Symptom Cured by Hood's Sarsapanlla. " For nearly live years I suffered with a severe case of stomach trouble. I had pains in my stomach and bowels so that I could not stand or work without great suffering. My appetite was very poor and when 1 did eat anything I was shortly afterwards seized w ith vomiting spells. I could not rest at night and felt lame and tired all over. I became nervous and had My life seemed no energy whatever. gloomy and hopeless. My husband advised me to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla, as Le had been taking it with great iene-use- d. I began taking it and the first bottle did me a great deal of good. I continued with it regularly and have now almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my housework." Mrs. Rlnda Crocker, Gladstone, Ala. " My blood was out of order and I had no energy. After taking two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla I felt better than for a year." Marion W. Sjiith, Collina-vill- -, Alabama. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by druggists. 51, six for 55. Be sure to get Hood's. E pa MjpBfpMranSJWjJMjWjBjpi ifpaTsnsiiiniffM raifljpMjpgill rrHJBnigrHJrarrtiJirtiiangiai7Hj-ang7Hj-- IjpgjlrgBjpgfljplalp'Bjglljrjp a .; - Lon;. BHWiarMV VTillM mm vsa mm v V.I' 3 BprafBiBf?HJBfBBr?Hjaf7HjanBf7Hjgih YOU ALL KNOW .1 Falcon, Blizabethtown News, Glasgow A Glorious f 1$--. Tillies and others. They have held aloft the banner of Democracy, in even1 instance against iolcnt opposition from theiradv ermines. When the value of the couutry press is justly estimated, and it receives its merited leward, we sliall not alwajs be turning to the big dailies for either On the or inspiration. information trno,lsof the papers mentioned above nie men able to cope with the best journalist m the South, vhoconnot be lured from the pence and quiet of an inland home fir all the p m p aud over of the mefop ihtan journal. Victory. An uominious Defeat. C.FiBrower&Co Main and Broadway. The battle of the ballots is ended, Republican coquetry is rebuked, and Democracy, leaps to the vindication of her honor and the reclamation of her own. True to her past, she is too proud to bend the knee to her presumptious eneiny. Whoop la Eliza Jane! Break it gently to tue Panty. Go to Coley for your gum shoes. re-unite- d, '! Setting Up a Standard. is a standard of every- 1 Special Couch Sale Oriental Sale- CFiBrower&Co pU-l- What's the matter with Foxtown? She's all rijiht. There That has of money from Lexington thing didn't declare a div idend. A STANDARD OF VALUE. Democracy failed to do its whole duty e 20. A STANDARD OF .MERIT. when it flickered in its support of the raph's feeling. It shows the low esWaco, Republican majority 20. Shackelford. city ticket. No one regrets this more timate which our neighbor placod Rerea, Republican majority 144. A STANDARD OF STYLE. Miss Annie Lowry, of Charleston, University, Democratic Majority 100. than the Ciisiax, which fought to the upon our fight for Democracy, as W. Va., t visiting Mr, and Mrs. D. against Republicanism and hypocrisy ZittelafW THE STANDARD CARPETS are last for the straight ticket. Poosey, Republican majority 81. as we iew the efforts of that party those we handle. Ain't Jeff Mitchell a runner? His to poe as Reformers. Chenaiilt, average Republican majorIt is the first Miss Wi j May Denny, of Garrard, NO BETTER GRADES first hent ws when he be.it Speed Smith and :i.e only offense to our feelings is visiting i..sses Laura Bennett and ity 15. Plorrie Chenaulu Were ever shown. White Hall, Democratic majority 74 for Mayor a dozen eais ago. Without dun i g our spirited controversy. All Mrs. C. C. Smith returned on Satur. oth l assaults were received in perany training he heals Rob Rurnam out Tevis, Democratic 30. NO BETTER VALUES fect good nature, without flinching dav to Winchester, after a pleasant The result iu Richmoud is the only of his socks for School Trus'ee. 3S0 Were ever offered. aud without a wound. But that par- visit to relatives here. consolation to the Republicans, who majority. Mitched first. It. R B. alsj agraph is not political, is not ueigh-bNO BETTER PRICES i UMiss Annie Ely, of Cumberland ran! Gap, Va.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. rly, is not kind. Were ever made. We make it elect the Mayor and three of six For every line which has appeared Alex. Gibbs at Kingston. Mr. Claude Smith, the new to your inteaest to buy now. State elections were held in the ten Miss Mary Hawkins, of Lexington, Mayor, despite his politics, is one of our States of Ohio, Iowa, Kentucky, Nebras- in these columns in defence of Democracy-and in derision of hypocrisy, the a bright and charming young lady, best citizens, a man of incorruptible ka, New York, Marv land, Massachusetts, associate editor is respomible. They i? visiting Professor Clark. character, aud has the confidence of all Pennsvlvania and Virginia. In Ohio, have all emanated fiom that source, Mr. Green Clay came down from Iowa, Massachusetts and Virginia full from his pen, his fellownien. and from no IU ing creat- Cincinnati to vote, and his State ticket vere oted fir. In the ure's inspiration. No candidate of our friends gave him a glad hand. many Mr. Coley Wallace lead his ticket. others only Judges or btiboidinate State party, mark this well; no campaign Miss The new Council, with due respect to officers and memht n of the Legitdalnre. Minna Ccutcher was welcommanager, remember; no office holder the defeated, is an excellent body of The great fight in O no is ocr the Leg- or THIS WEEK. other beneficiary of Democratic ed home last Thursday from a pleasislature, but in ail the result is of men. supremacy has, in tho excif oment of ant visit to Shelbyville and Versailles. because theudhereuts CORDUROY (with or without Mrs. Willis' Ilisle and Mrs. W. Q Chairman Chenault claims the entire of the Chicago platform have reiterated Covington are at home from a visit to hox) $13.50, $15.20. Democratic ticket for county offices $120, Awarded their faith in the doc trines U.id down in Mr. Sam Ilisle at Independence, .Mo. carries the city and county, by probably that instalment. Highest Honors World's Fair, LEATHER, full siz, After a Visit to her parents, Mr m 75 majority. Chairman Wallace conand Mrs. John D. Harris, Mrs. C. M. cedes the defeat of the Republican A sidelight on the Constitutional Clay, Jr., returned on Thursday to Amendment voted upon yesterday is ticket Paris Shackelford carries Madison and the given hereby the Winchiihtsr Democrat: Mrs. Theodora Wilson and Mrs. "Very tew papers except those of LouLenora Shifilat, of Estill county, were Stale. Democrats elect Weaver Mayor isville are supporting the proposed the gue-- t of friends and relatives of Louisville. Amendment. Mot of them here last week. Those who have watched this cam- lake the proper iw, that all property Miss Carolyn Reid, of Mt. Sterling paign have not failed to observe the un- in city and couuty s'.iould be taxed alike. who has "been visiting her sister Mrs. NOW IN PROGRESS. Suppose the amen lment should carry tiring work of Chairman Joliu B. J M. Chenault for the past two weeks anda Council dieted in the city oi Faithful to the party, entirely Winchester that hhould say that tho returned homo Monday. liaiiuoiif.Uo with theSonud Money ele- banks might pay a license oi duo thousMiss Virginia Botte entertained the As Yon LikeIt Club vidua Hallo ment, ami courteous to the Republicans, and dollars each, when their taxes unween P;irty,Priday night. Miss Mr. Chenault may be justly proud of der the present in ihotl would be three the latest, Initiate of thesorority. thousand dollars, oes it iipt follow that I the glorious victory that his party unMOST PERFECT MADE. f!n1 Rrooit Tlntr- -, Af Tlf tho deficit must bo ailed by increased, A pure Grape Cream of w.vm r.T vxLiu.oarcsaiijiji. in Tartar Powder. Fre der his management has achieved. Mr taxation on the part of others? We lrom Ammonia, Alum or any otheradulterant, Lexington, Ey. y J I Wallace frankly assigns Bepublican de- - cannot afford to vete'for IU1' 4U, J(JS,JttE STANDARD. " r.l. "'X IT fr. .If z jrfc' a 'Srt ? J3&4u j? Courl-HousCoun-cilme- n. Democrate carried Kavanaugh, 73 ma- jority, gain of 32 over last year. Republicans carried Blue Lick, 133 Jiajority. Democratic gain of about GO. Republican majorty iu City Hall, 75, Republican loss about 42. Rurnani gies 15 Democratic. City Council, Claude Sudth Mayor, Carse, Prewitt and McCann, Republicans; Rallard, Maupin and Pickels, Democrats. School Trusteed, all Democrats, Mitchell, 380 majority; Dr. Evans 60; Coyle no opposition. Average Democratic majority in liHUiZ3, of "Wlntersst, Icwa, laventor and manufacturer of Chulfc' Safety T7hiactreo Coupling. TTrites cf Dr. UUos Heart Cure. "Two years ago an attack of LaGrlppo left mo v?Ith & peak heart. I had run down In flesh to DcroBkln and tone. I coald not deep lying dotrn for smothering spells; frequent sharp darting pains and palpitation caused a constant fear of sudden death, nothing could Induce mo to remain away from hcrao over nlht. Hy local physician prescribed Dr. lilies' Heart Curo cad In a few days I was able to sleep well and the pains gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced the tho doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and am now feeling nettsr In every wa7 than I havo for years." Dr. Hlles Remedies are sold by all drug- - ?C 'rUHfee' guarantee, fiibt bottle ;Sggnrt Ourg A benefits or money ro- - g. Rectepr--, funded. Book on uis- H. C. a v AH su ' MONEY It. is just like putting at $5 bill in the flames EVERY LOAD of An- is thracite you use. ZSr this campaign, advised, aided, or supplied us with any literature, arguRAIN FALLS AT LAST. ments or encouragement whats-eve- r. Therefore, that paragraph is not A gentle rain commenced to fall political; is not neighborly; is not on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock and but with brief intermissions it con- kind It is simply a lie much as wo tinued through the night. This maj dislike to use such language. be said to be the first rain here since the middle of July, except a- - light bprinkle on the nights of October 10 and 29. A longer or inoro bovere Miss Nancy Willis is slowly im- drought has not been experienced in proving. these parts in tho memory of the C'Miss Pearl Gentry is visiting rela- 'oldest inhabitant." tives in Estill. Up to lib hour, Tuesday midnight rain Mrs. S. P. Rock visitc-- Irvine cntinues. friends last week. Rut tho Climax, hired as it is to Miss Esther Burnam came up on abuse tho Pantagraph, cannot pull Monday from Frankfort. tho wool over the eyes of these men Mrs. R. C. H. Covington has for j worth a cent. Pantagraph. guest Miss Lou Eoberts, of Owenton AVe have permitted nothing which Misses Margaret Chenault and Anhas appeared in the Pantagraph during this hot compaign to ruffle our nie Crutcher are visiting in Woodford tempers or to excitoin us any feelings Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith had for of personal animosity for our neigh- a guest last week Miss Annie Wagers, bor. Tho above paragraph is an ex- of Irvine. ception. It contains the essence and Mrs. Phoebe Shackelford, of and the animus of all the Paragis the guest of Mrs. J. T. Tliis is Judgp Sullivan. Ik Wonderful Air Slisl Heater ! pB Efg org Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws the heat on the lloor like a Base Burner. Holds the fire like a Base B irner. mm YOU SEE THIS BIG nerves f roe. AddrerT. DE. MILES f WM&iM UEDICAIi Elkhirt, lad. CO., PERSONAL. 11 Burns Nut or Slack, No Soot MM gk or Dirt. feat to the superb generalship of John Chenault. At a late hour it is claimed that Patrick Henry Sullivan is elected County Judge over AValler Bennett by 75 majority, villi the ft.il county ticket at his B. -- d IT IS INDISTEUGTIBLE A1STD AIRIGHT. Nothing like it ever before made. and be convenced. mm See it back. ajg y, B. Miki IL Richmond, Ky. iSreJS lis! rtUEJi mm It means that if you go to i Shel-byvill- e, ifHJBnHjafTaaiTHjarBdjanaBiHJEJMarrHiB'THJB Paris Kentuckian. On Friday evening the birthday of Mr. Henry J. Strong was handsomely celebrated by an olaborate six hour supper at his home on Lancaster Avenue. Mr. Richard Clark camo down on Thursday from Cincinnati to visit his family at Kirbsville, and to vote. Ho is with W. R. Crawford, 3Liva Stock Commission Salesmen. He is a hustler and we all know it. Mrs. Belle Rodes McDowell and Miss Belle, after a pleasant sojourn of three months with Mrs. Franklyn M. Hanger, of Staunton, Va., returned on Thursday. Their return vas a source of sincere pleasure to man friends. It was a distinct pleasure to her many friends to welcome home even for a brief stay Miss. Florruj Chenault, who is studying in the.Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She returned yesterday, followed by the best wishes of her admirers. Mr. TliomasJS. Tutt and Miss Myra Tutt, of St. Louis, are eslpected to- uiuirow 10 vis.ic.iM.rs. jonn'u. rates. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Rowltiud will re turn cniuruay irom or. juouis, where they have been visiting for two weeks ,. Danville Advocate. seven-and-fortieth rtlMpllpljMinpMjMjpMiPMitlJB IBpBpBP "rElSl m a half hour before his arrival. Field from tho Supreme Court, Jude t Reynolds' cases were postponed until ; "vr. . i Call UllJ January, when Attorney General McKonna will take the vacant chair. '. CWni h nc Trki This is the reason for onv short stay! iu Washington. Love to all my friends." It is remembered that Mrs. Beggs' husband is personal Secretary n tmmn m to Judge Reynolds, the Assistant At- -, 2j OOCl U torney Ganen-J- , who resides in St j Louis "Miss Mabelle" is assured thati her frionds miss her greatly from their circle, and. at the SfcroaXu danco i last week, her absence ias comment ed upon. - Lee Terrill, ordering the Climaxi changed to 4513 Cook Avenno, St. Louis. Says she, ''Iam fo afraid that I may miss one Climax that I hasten to send you my St. Louis address. On account of tho letirement of Justice 1 I tlhSi a good Suit of f S5.00 ft J? eu improved. Senator MorganV condition is report -- $5.00k Well Worth U ' , iS tSI JOT " " '; were Ktileii by a train. Pour residents of Perth Auiboy, N. J.,' Dollars. More0 Tlios. Emmersons " CHEAM Ghe-naul- t. Pep-per- is at Wadesboro, 'jN. CJDr." Walter R. Ashe, well remembered here asa partnor of I)r. T.I J. Tayl6r and a brainy young!phyiician, toot will be married to Miss Fef ler, a belle of that city. Dr. Ashe isj&omophy rv sician. at the Maplewood S nitarium, To-da- y, rM.?-:..r'- -' - MwVtaeVi, "c' .i Weare iarecelDt t f of a fetter from BM M PT Moeiiei it j. I.?'? ,M .,L' I jmf ' . T " was supposed to be incurable. For a: great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, aud prescribed local em-- t e4ies! Luu "i constantly failiitj; to local ttcitment, pronoun ed it incurable. Science has proven catarrh toi be a constitutional disease, and theretoro: requires constitutional treatment. Hall's! Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. JT.11 Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, kthe onlyn constitUtioHal cure on tho market. It iV taken iuteraally iu do6ee from 10 droiisi! tn ateaspoonf u L It acta di rvt I v n ti. J, t blood and mucous sufaces of. the system. I They otfer one hundred dollartf for anv3 I d cs u Jails to for cirenlarali' w and testimonials. Addref it. . J. CHESEY-(!tC- O,, Tokdo, 0. K t6rxoi& qylDruacMte, 75c uevliln it . a U j ii ?' cure-wit! dire.--SenjI- There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases' put together, aud until the last few vears' We are Agents for Sons Pine Shoos. mil v s" h BteLO- (Miva, . . 'is'iffiSB ma a Sfi - 'jlf --"- v "f.Tl 1 Ite JCktUisr, 5ttMS Tfce K,Milk!i&S8 n ( Tke Sioer, Ti Hatter, Ftts EVVjr,' x5v" J- -- rSRv' yi j A .. T J- . - "t - i." r V-1 s ,3" 1 The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 3, 1S97 Running Races, Lexington, Ky. Jesse Alverson Swinging Around The Circle. O Advertisement will be received c Important Days. g by THE CLIMAX with the guar--$ Four days of this week are days of g antee that its circulation exceeds O that of any otherpaper published c importance. Monday, County Court f day; Tuesday, election day; Wedneso in Richmond. c day, for hearing result of election, ind Thursday, all of the pensioners will draw their pension money. How il is Done. November 1st, 9th, inclusive One 'arc round trip daily, via the Queci. ind Crescent Route. Good until 10. Ask your ticket agent for particulars. W. C. llineargon, G.P.A , Jincinnati, Ohio. Ko-vomb- er Largest Vote Ever Registered. Mrs. Colyer Improving. Persons unacquainted with the art of printing inquired of us how in the .vorld the Register could print a part of its paper in red ink and the balance in black. It is simply by printing ore part in its ollice and getting the balance done at the Climax ofllce. The Climax has the finest out-fin town. Clothing at prices never so low at Stouffers. sept it 29-G- The Jessamine Journal prima a good picture of one of the Interior-Journal- 's most faithful compositors, with this comment, besides printing what, his home papers have said about him: "Few young men in t lis i cation of the Slate are better known or have moro fiiends than Jesse M. Alverson. He is a native of Nicholasville, having been born in the house on North Main street by Dr. W. 1L Fish, and which was built by young Alverson's father, John L. Alverson, who moved from this place to Richmond about 20 years ago, where ho died. Jesse Alverson left Nicholasville when quite a small boy, but his bright face and happy disposition lias never been forgotten by the playmates of his early childhood." Jess learned the printing business on the Register, and is now a steady, compositor. Success attend him and his. d long-distan- For comparison with the vote cast yesterday and for future refereute only, since the election is over, we publish the resultof the registration in Richmond. The number registered on tho regular registration day, some weeks ago, was 972; on the supplemental registration day6, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of last week, 03 votes were added, of which G were put down as National Democrats, 23 Republicans aud 34 Democrats. Therefore, the total was as follows: Democrats 524 Republicans . . .. 444 ror,-istrati- on Total 1039 Various and Sundry 71 Democratic plurality over the Republicans, 76. Democratic majority over Republicans, Independents and Gold Democrats, 5. Seo if the full vote Was cast yesieiday. Ml. Zion lo Have a Distinguished Visitor, Who Was Wounded in lhe Battle of Crushed Rock on Free Pikes Cost Less. A The Paris Reporter is authority for the statement that it costs only about half iu much to put crushed rock on the pikes in Bourbon under the new system as il did when the pikes were toll roads. A careful account has been kept with the rock crusher and experienced turnf. pike men say that the cost is only one-hal- Hilchets, Sparc the Tree. Tom Adams Explains How It "Wo are requested by Mrs.Isancy Green to make a vigorous kick against Happened? the hitching of horses to the shade trees in front of her residence next door to the First Presbyterian church Election is over; now to business. This practice she has continually sought to break up, but to no purpose. See Stoufler for underwear. Hereafter, she will have all horses turned loose that arc hitched in front Corn is selling in Berea at $2 per of her house. barrel. Bis Farm Sold. Hats and caps latest styles and lowG. J. White & Son sold their farm est prices at Stouffer's. of 912 acres, situated on the Berea and See local notice turkeys wanted Kingston pilfe. last Saturday, to Jake Herndon or $29,000. Mr. Herndon is by Coyle & Christian. to pay $5,000 cash, $14,000 on the loth Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy insL, and the balance the first of Janwithout seeing Stouffers. uary. Mr. Herndon will move his The colored friend and brother family to his new home as soon as Mr. White can locate some place and was the bone of contention. give possesion. If I havn't what you want give me See Stoufler aud save money on your order subject to approval. clothing, over coats aud underwear. John Doxelsox. Rain ! sept-2fl-G- sept-29-l- which is located two miles irom Richmond, on the' Lancaster pike, Messrs J. II. and Howards Cornelison cut down an elm tree about three feet in diameter, and no sooner had the tree fallen than from the heart of th stump thero exuded a stream of water, a perfect fountain, four feet high. The strange sight puzzled the men and they procured a ten foot rod and sank it into tho stump and ground the full length. The water is still flowing, and travelers on the Silver Creek road may satisfy themselves by inspecting the spot, which is three hundred yards from the pike, opposite Enoch Gray's house, on Taylor'b Fork, where Daniel Boone at one time drank water. Swinging Round The Circle. Chestnuts, Rats, orany other derisive term of doubt. That which we are about to relate is a fact, and wo will give five years subscription to the Climax if it is not the truth. While cutting wood two weeks ago, on tho farm of Mr. Thomas J. Smith, Founl Bursts from lhe Stump of a Tree. Wo expressly forbid any one to yell Richmond. Tho congegatioi. o." Mt. Zion willbe regaled wih an iuienectual treat ou Sunday morning next when A. M Atkinson, of A, ..bash, Ind., will speak n Mini.-tri.Relief." lie is one of .the most m'linsia&tic laborers in the noble c: .im; which has lor itr object the estat.tsl.ment of a Relief Fund for aged ami infirm ministers iof the Christian church. Mr. Atkinson was wounded in the Battle of Richmond, near Mt. Zion church, and has always desirtU to speak m the building which was shelled by guns of the armies and which was used as a hospital on that sanguinary occasion. Sir. Atkinson exemplifies his appeals for aid by spending his valuable time, paying his own expenses, and giving more money out of his largo income than any other individual. His address, under the circumstances, cannot fail to bo interesting and instructive. Admission f ee. c d Mrs. Hugh Colyer, wife of our nowly elected Democratic Sheriff, is rapidly recovering from the bruises and fractured rib suffered by tho overturning of her bnggy It seems that hur horse shied at a tramp who was sitting on the roadside, and the buggy was upset, throwing Mrs Colyer aud daughter on the pike. Instead of going to her assistance the miserable cause of the wreck picked up his knapsack and proceeded ou his way. On Sunday afternoon a duplicate of tho above mishap was narrowly avoided in front of Mr. James Bennett's home on the Lexington pike. A carriage with a mother and children was passing and at that instance another tramp suddenly .arose with his knapsack, causing tho horse to shy, and but for the skillful 's quick work the wliolo outlay might have been upset. There is no desire to prevent a man from traveling the public highways, but when you s e sv one of these poor creatures on his pilgrimage with a bundlo on Ids back and his head between his ..necs, look out for breakers. recently. The Throttle 1thrown Wide THE ENGINE THAT TVORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE Busy Bee Cash TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY. TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN Stores H reins-man- MART READY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. Already the 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, onr basement and attics are all bending aud groaning under the enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them. No Tariff added, no Bad Debts, nothing to cause our customers and friends to pay au advance on a bingle article bought froui us this A Mr-Edwin Jolly Night. Special Election. sept-20-G- m Only about 500 cattle here day, prices ranging from 21 to A eept-29-G- MonRecovering From Wounds. Miss Muhin, with whom young Howe Crockett, of Nicholasvillc, was John Donelboii's. so desperately in love and for love of Mr. Jeir. Morgan, of White's Sta- whom he shot himself, stays by his tion, returned from a visit to Niagara bedside night and day. They have Falls last .Sunday. become reconciled, and the young Stou flVr is theoldcst clothier, furnishman now says he is anxious to get er and Hatter in the city. well. Their difficulty seems to have arisen out of a lover's quarrel. The Tommy W'eot knocked out Jim "Watts in four rounds at Mabjeth, L. I , groom was a student of Central University four years ago, and has many ou Thursday night. triends iiere, and at Versailles, where Stoufler sells clothing cheaper than he was in the drug business. anybody. new stock of buggies, etc. at sept-29-Gm sept-29-Gui 3c. W. E. Harris, depot agent at "Whites Station, has a Spanish silver dollar made in 1791). sept-29-Gm We Hnve Henry-Gccr- ge With Us. A reporter rushed into our ofllce Friday with the announcement "Henry George is dead in New York." Suits to orderat StoufTer's at ready "Better not be dead if you expect to made prices. get the Climax out this week," A former Boonesboro man, Henry chimed in a duet of voices from the Halley, was here from Georgetown two Brevier cases. Looking over we saw the joke. Old Printer George Monday, buying mules. White and youngprintcr Henry Reid See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. were sticking type side by side in a ui way that left no doubt in our miiid as Marriage license issued to Horace to their animate existence. Henry-Geor- ge set up tins item. See? King and Dovey Kirb; William Brickmuu and Jessie Ro.--s. Great Music Offer. Stoufler sells clothing cheaper than Send us the names and addresses anybody. or three or moie performers on the There were .'57o,OOD shindies on the piano or orgau together with 10 cents market court day, which sold on an in silver or postage and we will mail sept-29-Gsept-29-Gi- Tho aggregation of Republican big guns, which the past week had been on exhibition at various places, was here Thursday night. It consisted of Senator WT J. DeBoe, Dr. W. G. Hunter, Candidate J. G. Bailey, John 'Henry Wilson, W. R. Black, Kinsey J. Hampton, Geo. Denny, Van Denuy, Ethelbert Scott and Thomas Buchanan, the latter a newspaper reporter for the Louisville Commercial. The itinerary for the day began at Middlesborough and speeches were made at that place, Wasinto, Pineville, Fiat Lick, Artemus, Barbourville. Lov-el- l, Grays, Wi!die, Berea, and the L. & X. water tank. In order to avoid the embarrassment of a small reception at the dppot the train arrived ahead of time and Billy DeVore's bus was used by the party to transport them to the court house. Here a large crowd had assembled and speeches by first one and then the other were made. Mr. B. J. Clay was Chairman and introduced the speakers. The party started out, like McKinley's Bimetallic Commission, on a wild goose chase and the result is they came, were seeu and forgotten. Sad Slory Of The temperance people of the Glade launching "A Jolly Night," Mr. Magisterial District have secured an Travers feels that he has a new charelection, under the new local option acter in every way the equal of his law, with tlio purpose of thoroughly former characterization, and he is establishing the prohibition of the sa- sanguine in the belief that "A Jolly loon business throughout the Glade Night" is fully equal to if not supedistrict. The boundaries of the dis- rior to 'The Private Secret.-uy."The trict have been considerably changed sum and substanae of it," said Mr. since it has been a local option dis- Travers, to a New York critic recent trict. ly, "is that I have given up one great The opening rally of the campaign comedy, which is now too old, for anis to be held at Berea, on Saturday, other great comedy that is new." " Travers will bo seen in this city this season in a now role that of Samuel Solwya in "A Jolly Night." This is a new departure for Mr. Travers. That he will add laurels to his already splendid reputation as a comedian, those who have seen him as "Captain Redwood," tho detective, in A. M. Palmer's Company, presenting "Jim the Penman," aud "Douglas Cattermole," in Gillette's "The Private Secretary" will not doubt for an instant. Mr. Travers has been playing the latter role for tho past seven years, and during this time "Tho Private Secretary," under kliis management, has charmed thous ands of people, tho play having beer, presented by him in almost every city in America, and in London and all the English provinces. In abandoning "'lhe Prix ate Secretary," and p. You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we don ctnphry an unexperienced buyer to lav in our stock. Each and every article that fill our .aelves and piled up on our counters has been selected with great care by a buyer who L..s had years of experience; 111" who knows a "froou tmng wnen ne sees ic. t I 1 Our campaign against high prices this season will be tire hottest fought ba'.tle in the history of our business. We pet the pace for competition and lot them follow. Canton lots. A Great stocks of Calicos arc piled upon the streets and in the store and some of the verybut biauds are only :Ui-pyard. Bring your wagons and load up. We ikm't offer you one yard at this price, but 1.00) yards if you want them. r Blankelsof all descriptions boucht in lots. As we have two great stores to buy for we can save our customers many a "Hard Earned Dollar" on blankets. We sell them a liice white bed blanket, size, large enqugh for any bed, at 4S- - per pair. 100-pai- V 4l'i r'i Flannels, bought direct from mills in solid car great saving to our customers, as we can sell them 10-- 4 n u n to you at ictail and give you wholesale prices. The new Braids, the new Trimmings,' the prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our Brag" Department. iw The most elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or overcoats can be found here. Our biiitsaud overcoats are the death knell to all competition. They tit better, thev look nicer, they wear longer and they are priced lower. Try a suit of our Boys' Clothing. They are double knee, double seat and elastic wai- -t bands, warranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. tailor-madsatin-line- d Small wears and notions of all kinds in large quantities are to be had m this great Eniporum of Bargains. If you n need anything from a 1c paper of pins to a steam engine you can find it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take d a special pride here as pietty, stvli.sli Cloaks are bv everyone ami our Cloak Department is filled with beautiful things. Call and look through whether you need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you ;rpatl-admire- sl-- : November 13. From reports received Union and Confederate veterans, followed by a short parade including a regiment of school children, will fill the time from 10 to 12. Hot coifeo will be served to the crowds, who are asked to bring basket luncheons. At 1 p in. the speakingwill begin. Rev. G. W. Young and other distinguished speakers will paiiicipate. Glado is not likely to do things by halves. it will bo a great occasion. Guns will season F. K. Wallace, R. Germain, bo llred at sunrise, military drill by Dean Raymond, Charles Harrington, sweet-voke- Mr. Travers' company includes this Maude Cooling, AliceBarrington, Norma Hyatt, Master Georgo Morrison. d the youngoter,Hnd others. As a prelude to the comedy, that charming, pathetic aud touching little slory of "Forgct-Me-Notwill bo offered, and during the evening a number of new and novel musical numbers will be introduced in addition to other specials embracing imita Program of Teachers Association. tions by Mr. Barrington, dancing by The Teachers Association will be Miss Barrington, and singing by Miss held at Kingston High School Hall, Hyatt. Saturday, November 0th : s" We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Boots and Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prices made all through the line, stock larger and more complete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and till them up. Prices lower than ever made. with drawWe have a man's Ribbed Vest, fleece-lineers to match, heavy weight, that we can eell at 25c each that beats the world. Same that nM last Fe.ison at 4l)c. Vists. with pants, winter weight, 10c, lilies' lUcce-line- d Bibbed Vests and worth 2.V. Children's fleece-line- d pants fiom Sc up, winter weight An elegant line of ladies' and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very low prices. d, through. Don't be the last one to call anil see this immense stock fall good.. Don't wait until the hot tilings are selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the crowd. You will meet with a hearty welcome aHd be waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for past patronage, we are ; of beautiful S wAj s$ ffsrrr-fsy "$$ Respectfully, ffl&rvm' v - W. . V ? D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. . l'KOGKAM. BIRTHS. Sucide. n you ten pieces of full sheet music, consisting of popular songs, waltzes, Wagers & Cohen bought 05 990-lmarches, etc., arranged for the piano feeders at 31 rents from John 11 isle. and orgaj. Address Popular Music They paid to other parties $2.60 to $5 for Co., Indianapolis, nov3-2Ind. average of $1.20 tier thousand. b. 200 hogi. The Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of the Garrard Circuit Court, sentencing James Tudor to 21 years in the pen for killing Sebastian. The Ezekiel Field farm of 200 acres, near Kirksville, rented to Gilbert Mason for $1,021 per year for two years. Corn, SI.G0 per barrel. Mr. ("has. Jacobs has removed on his tailor shop to the store-rooMain street formerly occupied by George Little as a barber shop. The European Hotel at $1.50 per day. Formerly the Garnctt House, opposite Court House. Regular meals 35 cents. Lodging 35 conts. A. m Report of Sales. Auctioneer Prewitt reports the sale of A. B. Estridge, administrator of J. L. Estridge, near Paint Lick, last Tuesday, well attended. One horse brought $11; 1 bull calf, $15; steer calves, $17.50; yearling heifer, $20.50; hogs, $3.20 per hundred; one lot of steers, weight about 800 lbs., $23 75; one lot of 29 head, weight about 850 steers, lbs , $25; 5 smooth, one year-ol- d weight 750 lbs., $29 75; 5 steers, weight 850 lbs , $31.75; corn, $1 75 per barrel ; wheat 91 cents per bushel. two-year-o- ld Beautiful and Valuable. Proprietor. J. White & Sou sold and delivered to W. H. Mallory and Jonas "Weil 1!K) out of 200 feeding cattle for G. $3.90 per cwt. They weighed and were of extra quality. 1100 lbs ten-day- Rev. Jacob Cormack closed a 's meeting at Panola Baptist Church last week. He had five additions to the church, besides other good that was accomplished. Its a hard matter to keep a stock of vehicles ou hand all the time; but if you will leave vour order with me you will get what you want. Jonx Doxklsox. Mr. Dan Harber's never-failin- g ppring, waist deep in water, and his new pond, supplied water lor his neighbors and their stock along the lloonesborough pike d u r i n g t h e drought. TUR WflMTFrm ALL THEMadison KEYS in countv. Will pay the highest market price." Don't sell to foreign parties, but bring your turkeys to us at RichCoyle & Christian. mond. nov3-3- v of curled maple by Real Eitate Agent S. F. Rock, which was taken from lands controlled by him near Big Stone Gap. If we are a judge of flue timber, this is certainly among the finest we have ever seen. Some specimens will be finished in oil within a few days, when the grain will show to the best advantage. Immense quantities of this timber is found on the lands in question. There is also bituminous coal, the soveral beds of which aggregate 100 feet in thickness The friends of Mrs. J F. Stone are notified that she is engaged in trimming for Mrs. .Lucy Maun, on Main street, opposite Blanton's coal ollice. Ladies need no assurance that these fashionable milliners have no superiors in Richmond, and their prices and goods are without a peer. We weie shown several specimons The CynHiiana Courier tells of the suicide of Miss Mary Burns as follows: "Tuesday morning, .Miss Mary K. Burns, aged 23 years committed sucide at the home of her father, Mr. Kdward H. Bums, four miles out on Tricura pike. "For some years Lynn Taylor had been paying assiduous attentions to Miss Burns, and the date of their marriage had been announced. Last Thursday he came to town aud procured the necessary license which name the 23 inst., Saturday as the date. For some reason it did not occur on that date and the supposition is that he secured the consent of his intended bride to a postponement until TuesJay. But the indications are that Taylor never really intend ed to marry, and ouly wanted time sufficient to secure means to leave the country with. He was in town Monday, but ilid not return to his home in the country and has since not been heard from. ' Early Tuesday morning Miss Burns attempted to shoot herself, but her mother took the pistol away from her. Later she secured the lope from the well windlass and hung herself to one of the shutter hinges on the front porch. When she was found life was extinct. Miss Burns was a sister of George Burns who committed sucide by hanging in tho Lexington a I inn six mouths ago. She was au attractive girl, witii many lovable traits of character, and the sympathy of the community is extended the bereaved parent. "Miss Burns left. brief note in which she extended to her lover her forgive- - Address of Welcome . . J. X. Elliott. Response O. C. Crooke. Qualifications for American Citizenship Prof. J. II. Chandler. "Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child," II. L. Farris. Should Vocal Music bo Taught in the Public Schools? Miss Nannie Tudor. The Needs of the Public Schools and How I will Supply them Prof J. W. Wagers and Mrs J.L.Hill. Ballard, last Thursday, a Clarence II Ballard. Ballard. To Mr. and Mrs. Sam boy, Ar1L.W IJmffViOALiaJ" "f ... Uei.l. On October 27, 1897, to the wife of Capt. Win. Ed. Bell, nee Miss Katherine Beeves, of Murfreeaboro, an girl, a beauty, Mary Edz-irnamed for its grandmothers. , it. vv ".-- Uf . W SI3. iMw Mr -. j It &r -"TrBTNS M -- ' ria -- - W. W?"i J SjSg S 1 iv DEATHS. Restore full, regnlrx action of tlie bowels, lo uot irritate or InfUine, luit leave all tlie delicate dliti'tive or- Kanlsm In perfect cuuilltion. Try tlicm. Vt cents. I'reoHred ouly by C 1. Hood A Cck. Lowell, Mass. Wootex. A death which will cause Mental Arithmetic Miss Jeanette sorrow to Madison people was that of Frost. Mr. W. II. Wooten, of Amarillo. Texas, Address Prof. J. D. Clark. on October 2G, after a long illness. The Declamation Randal Farris. deceased was the affectionate husband Education of tho Masses, the Hope of of Miss Lucy Miller that was, and two Our Republic . . Kev. G. W. Young. children witii his wife survive. Burial Oponing Exercises, iu the Richmond cemetery Miss Jennie Evans Mrs. Wooten is a sister of Mrs. Elizabeth The Duties of Trustees .Miller, on Lancaster Avenue, and Miss Prof. J. B. Harris. Mary Belle Miller, of Winchester, and Tho Morning Dawnelh has many friends in this place, the home Prof. Thomas Troupe. of her birth. to-da- y. NOON. Pills di- The 'old inhabitant" says a drought is invariably followed by a very cold winter. Catarrh M:ans Danger, After a Fever. "After a fever I was very weak. My blood was poor and I had catarrh. My face broke out with pimples. "When I began taking Hood's Sarsapartlla the pimples commenced to disappear and now they are all gone, and my catarrh is Y. Wesley Collins. 1125 relieved." Cheatham Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Hood's Pills are easy to Danbrutr forms when the glands of the Just try a le. Ihx of ( iscareL-- , the skin are weakened, and if neglected. tinawt I;..... aifi bowel regulator ....itr. ..it, n...i ma Iv baldness is sure to follow. Hall's Hair ma,u" Kenewer is the best preventive. It Thomas Lowe, a capenter. fell fr.-a Robbers made a rich haul at Tulla-homa- , building at Elkhorn end wsw fatal!., in- fvt Teuu. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c jured. Delays Are Dangerous take, easy to biliousness. operate. 2oc. Cure indigestion, Address . . . Miss Kate Coddington. What Vould We Have Dona Withouth The Water Works? VALLEY VIEW. 1'CltsO.SAL. W. L. Lcdford left Sarurday for EasHad il not been for the water wort's during the long drought untold suff- tern Kentucky iu the interest of the ering would have been endured by sothcrn Lumber Co. y man and beast in this city. As it Mr and Mrs. A. D. Goosey left was, tho citizens of Richmond were for a stay of several days with relaliving in comparative comfort whilst tive? iu Scott County. the earth around us was parched, the Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Brysoa and lettle Eri-da- -- i noca A " Former Madisonlan Killed at Midway. farJason W. Miller, a well to-d- o mer of Scott county, who was brought up by Hon. A. T. Chenault, of this Seal leather belt purse, with strap and hook, lost yesterday, contains handkerchief, and letter addressed to Corey Hill. Return to Mrs. W- - F. Francis, 407 West Main Street, and get reward. Mr. O. H. Brewer, special general fluent for the Singer Sewing Machine Company, returning from a trip through Western Kentucky, report ing a fairly good business for these hard times. Last week one looking through the commodious ware room of S. LMidkiff on Third street would have concluded he intended to quit business. He had sold nearly all of his buggies and baand you rouches. But go there will sea a full room of the nicest and cheapest baggies ever brought to this to-d- market. tf Judge Henry Rice, who is noted for his ready wit aud repartee, was approached by a Republican with tho remark, that his opponent, Parrish charges that he, Rico, employed ft clerk to assist in his ofllce. Yes, says Rice, and If Parrish should be elected he would have to employ a Judge to attend to his business. county, was shot and killed by City Marshal Ed Stevens, of Midway, on Saturday. This story of the tragedy l: is from Monday's ' The shooting took place about midnight in front of Russell's saloon. Miller with a party of friends, had been in the saloon drinking and the informed them that he must close for tho night. As they nov3-9- v stepped out the door some ono in the crowd gave sevetal loud yells and That Forged Circular. Who Did II? Hammonds A couscienceless and cowardly at- Officers Stephens and tempt to defeat the Democracy consisted rushed to the scene and told the of a forged circular purportiuc to come crowd that they were under arrest. from Mr. John B. Chenault, Chairman Stephens laid hand on Miller and anof the Democratic County Committee, other man and commanded them to appealing to free silver Democrats and go with him. They remonstrated, deiidingthe Sound Money Democrats, however, and others in the party etc., calculated to arouse the opposition crowded around Stephens, pushing of the latter to the Democratic ticket. him into, the street. Stephens then The circular was unsigned and was sent stepped back a few paces aud warned ouly to Sound Mono' Democrats. Miller and his party not to press on Chairman Chenault promptly denied its him or he would shoot, and as they authorship and was unable to trace it to still came forward ho fired three or its source. However, his denial left no four times in rapid successioa,Jtwo of doubt that it was the trick of some Re- the shots hitting Miller, one ball going through tho right breast and one publican a forgery at that. hitting theleft hip. A Mad Runaway in Town. "Miller was taken to Dr. Slect'p As Dr. A. Wilkes Smith was driving office, where he died at 6 o'clock this home on Friday evening to supper a morning. The Coroner's jury was piece of harness broke which allowed unable to determine whether or not e g ttiebnggy to run upon the horse, act of Marshal Stephens was to run away. The Doctor or- - tillable. Miller leaves a wife and six him dered his driver to jnmp out while he children. Stephens was placed in remained In the vehicle. The resnlt ' charge of Deputy Sheriff Butler and was a collision with the carriage of Mr. j will go to Versailles aud J. S.Collins, which was standing in surrender to tho County Judge, front of the latter's home. Instantly j The father of the dead man' James Mr. Collins' horse made a dash for lib- - Miller, was killed during the war by erty and although lie kicked himself out Home Guards while ho was engaged of the shafts Miss Mary Collins, daugh- - in dressing tho wounds of Samuel ter of Mr. Joe "Collins, held pluckily on Stone, Sr., who had also just been to the reius. The two teams ran abreast j wounded at his home, near Rich- street, and when they were mond, where Harvey Chenault, Jr., Btoppedit was found that Mr. Collins' now lives. Samuel Stone", Sr., was vehicle had suffered considerably.-- . j the grandfather" oi Auditor Stone..- i( Courier-Journabar-keep- er ponds, wells and springs dried up, cattle famishing aud people thirsting for a draught of the cooling liquid with which we here were so abundantly supplied. It is said that Lake Reba, the reservoir of tho Richmond Water Company, contained enough water to suppiy Richmond for three years without a drop of rain. There is no politics in this paragraph of thanksgiving; all should praise the day when we voted the tax for this great public necessity. May the company do nothing to detract from the honor that is due them for their unfailing fidelity to the city during these needy times, when burning thirsts were gardens and parched quenched, yards revived, and our property protected from the fire fiend, when otherwise a spark would have set tho wholo city in a blaze. 40-ac- re daughters .Miss Clara, returned Thursday after a prolonged visit with the fauii ly of Mrs. Bryson's father, Capt. F. M. Spurlock at Cattletsburg and relatives at South Poiut, Ohio. Mr. C. E. Gibbens and wife of Ford, visled the family of G. A. Boy aud other relatives here last week. Mfes Jesse Spurlock, an attractive young lady of Ford is visiting her aunt .Mrs. T. B. Spurlock aud other relatives here. - Mrs- Schuyler Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Margan Taylor are visiting the family of Obideah Biggerstaff at Middlesboro. Mr. V.E.Chaseandfamilj accompanied by Miss Mable E. Soupene returned from South Point, Ohio, Saturday, aud requested me to extend thanks for them to the people of Valley View, for there kind and generous treatment shown them in their late bereavement. Drift gathered from the Stream of news Mr. A. C. Green Close lo Tho Top in The and landed for Climax readers. K. of P. Frand Lodge. A lettle child of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. The Kentucky Graud Lodge , Knights of Pythias, in session at Hutchison has been verry sick. Frankfort this week, had tho largest Fifteen acres of land belouging to heirs attendance in tho history of the insti- of Peyton Kidjvell was sold by Master tution. The following officers were Comiuissiuer B. E. Scott Friday at public -- George Blown, one of the leading Because if unchecketHt may lead rectly to consumption. Ca'arrh is citizens of Jessamine county, in dead. caused by impure blood. This fact is Persons who are troubled A'ith indifully established. Therefore, it is use- gestion will be intereate 1 in the experless to try to cure catarrh by outward ience of Win. 11. Fenn, chief clerk in applications or inhalants The true way the railway mail service at Den Moines, to cure catarrh is to purify the blood. Iowa, who writes- - "It gives me pleasure Hood's Sarsaprrilla, the great blood to testfy to the merits of Chamberlain's he would purifier, cures catarrh by its powpr to Colic, Cholera and Diarrhuja Itemed. tribute the next half million free. As drive out all impurities from the blood For to years 1 have suffered from iudi- - i this number of copie3 has already beeu Thousands of people testify that they jestion. and am subjecto freqnent severe sold, he is now giciinj aicuy, nlnolutely have been perfectly and permanently attacks of pain in the stomach and low- - frce, 500,000 copies of this most complete, cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsapardla. els. Ono or to doses of this remedy interesting and valuable common tense nov3-ltn- o never fails to give perfect relief. Price uiedical work ever published -- the recij-2- 5 and 60 cents; sold by W. O. White. I eQ only being required to mail to him, Xcver go away from home without a novl-lRichmond, Ivy. (21) oue- at above address, twenty-on- e tattle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. of maiU" cent s,a,m's l" Change of climate, chang-- j of apartments Capt. Gen. Weyler delivered a fare- ij.M-- i, or exposure tua)' bring on a cold which well address at Havana. .uui ine uuuiv nui ue seiu postpaid. It is a veritable medical library, nothing but this famous remedy will The progressive ladies of AVestfield complete in one volume. Contains 100S cure. It Ind. issued a " Woman's Editoin" of the pages, profusely illustrated. The Free Sam Jones will speak in .Nichol.osville Westfield News, bearing date of April 3, Edition is precisely the same as that sold November 13. 18CC. The paper is filled with matter of at $I.o0 except only that the books are A cough which persits day after day, interest to women, and we notice the in strong manilla paper covers instead should not be neglected any longer. It following from a correspondent, which ot cloth. Send sow betore all are given means something more than a mere the editors printed, realizeing that it away. It local irritation, and the sfwiner it is re- treat upon a matter of vital importance 111., caused a loss of Fire at Q'lincy, lieved the better. Take Avor's Cherry to their sex: "The best remedy for SIOO.000. Pectoral. It is prompt to act and sure croup, colds and bronchitis that I have Sore Throat. to cure. It been able to find is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For family use at has In a letter to This will be rally night in all the Kenno equal. I gladly lccmmend it." 25 Dr. Haktmax, tucky towns. and 20 cent bottles for sale bv "VV. G. dated December novl-li- n 27th. 1S9G. Ge-'- . If yon feel weak, dull and discouraged A'hite. Richmond, Ky. A.BIanchard,ot you will find a bottle of Hood's Sarsa Wash ington, A Missouri man confessed to having pasilla will do you wondorful good. It Georgia, writes: daughter. drowucd hii threeyear-ol- d "My throat had Perryville has organized a football m mayo lyr yon know of have contracted, consump Michigan boy was attacked tion, pneumonia or other fatal A little by neglect of a simple cM or . and killed by pigs. aU. Foley's Honey ami Tar. a safe, sain ai.d A Great 2ook Free ! plasant cough medicine, wwild iave When Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, saved them. It is guaranteed. N.!d by N. Y., published the first edition of his W. G. White Richmond, Ky. ho great work. The People's Common At .Mercer, Mo , a prominent firmer Sense Medical Adviser,, he announced that after 6SO.00O copies had been sold was shot and killed by a highway man. at the regular price, SI 50 per copv, the ETerrlwxly Says So. profit on which would repay him fur the Cascareta Candy CaUtartic, the rnos' wonit great amount of labor and money ex- derful medical discover of the t e. i ami refresliinfr to the tasie. ct cuy dispended in producing it, eas-a--- Many of your friends, or people w !iom and positively on kWncvs. liver ami Ik well, . cleansing th entire diM el T. cum lieadaclie, fever, hah'ttm! roi.tipation and biliniines. Please tiv ami try a box of (J. C. C ; 10, jr.. . Sol. ami guaranteed to cure by all druggists. vst-jny An Impoartant Difference. "r To make it apparent to thousands, who think themselves ill. that they are tut aillictcd with any diease, but that the stem simply neeils cleaning, is to bri comfort home to their hearts, as a condition is easily cured by nsin Syrup of Fign Manufactured by th- California Fur Syrup Company only, and sold by all druggists nov 3 lm t-- Betaniea, a Searchlight's mile record. thiee-year-o- ld jwcer, broke A Case Ot Kidney Disease Given U? By Four Doctors. elected for the ensuing year: Grand Chancellor J. B. Settle. Grnnd Vice Chancellor A. C. Green, of Richmond. Grand Prelate W. M. Powers, Car-rollto- n. Grand Keuper of Records and Seal-W- ade Sheiton, Louisvillo. Grand Master of Exchecquer Julo Plumber, Newport. Grand Master at Arms J. T. Horner, Covington. Grand Inner Guard R. L. Slado, Berry. Grand Outer Guard Leo Owens, Frankfoit. cans-t,th- jus-iu- Supreme Representatives T. B. 3Iatthews and C. F. Minot. Col. A. J. Lovnly and A. C. Adair, represented Rathbono Lodge, of this city. AVednesday evening the delegates were tendered a "smoker" by the local lodge, at which cigars and refreshments were served in royal style. r I v ha M" ". EJ Middlesborough gets the Grand Ixidgenext year. Paducah wanted ic, uui gnve iu jjwiceiutiy wuuu .oiju- dlcsbproagh.won. ; Mr. Green is'oiiu of the mostzealous Knlghtela KaatHQky arid ougl: it to so to tha top aextr yar. i - v'f i'Ac & oprtf.- - I . j jl j. r fJ " ,' . j- ' and Eczema. Tetter, The intense itching and smarting inciDig down to lhe cause of your sick- dent to these diseases is instansly allayed ness, if you want to get well and stay by applying Chamberlain's Eye and well. Moft likely it's indigestion. The Skin Ointment. Many very bad ases have been permanently enred by it. It irritating poisons of fermenting, putrid is equally efficient for itching piles and indigestion, a favorito remedy for soro nipples; food, left .in the stomach by chilblains, frost bites outcry, near Perkins. James and John cause headache, nenralcia, nervousness, chapped hands, eyes. 25 cts . per box. nausea, irritabil .mu chronic sore dizziness, stomach-achNewby being the purchasers, paying symp ity, and all tho other 7)r. Cailv's Conililisn Tonders, are $305. for same. tomsof indigestion. just what a horse neetb when in bad Mrs Annie Nalkius age Go deid TuesThey also cacse manv pa:ns and disor condition. Tonic, blood ptnifier and day tuoruing of typhoid fever. They are not food but den which are often laid to other causes vermifuge. Lucy and Mona Prather who and hence rre not easily cured But us medicino and the best in, nse to put a Misses horse in prime condition. Price 23 are adepts in arraigning arnamental ap soon ns the pnisoni are removed, all sents per package. pendages to feminine head gear, have these symptoms and disorders disappear, Tho British forces captured the opened a fine line of uiillenery iu con because there is nothine left to cane Pass ill India. nection with the stock of general hem. Nothing sueceds in this like of E. IS. Scrivener and Co at Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it preA good recommendation for Simmons Perkins. vents the undigested food from ferment- Liver Regulator is, that it is purely vegeTuesday October. 19th the King of ing in the stomach and helps tho stom- table and strongly tonic- - Thf.n too it is Terrors visited us and laid his icy hand ach to digest itu food. Better than Pills because easior to take of death Upon Mrs. Hattfe Chase, wife Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to in liquid or powder and with, no griping of W. E. Chase. per bottle1. It while the relief from Constipation, Bil Tho gentle wafting to immortal life of imprisoned in a mine iousness, Sick Headache and Dyspepsia Five of the men is qnick and sure. "I find. Simmons one endowed with a spirit of christian! at Scranton, Pii , lost their Jives .1 Liver Regulator a very safe land valuafortitude and mourned most by Ihoso1 A L'nnl fur Lame Hack. ble family medicine. Rev. J. M. Rolwho knew her best, leaves a husband It and two children to tread alono the pilwhen recovering from lins, Fairfield, Ya. "My daughter, grimage oi life. She was a loving wife an attack of. fever, was a great sufferer The Cunard lines Catalonia look off and dutiful mother that was taken aw ay. from pain in tlie back and hips' writes the crew of a sinking ship in vaii ocean. but many precious ties yet remain, to Jjiindon Grover. of fiardis, Ky. After kuow together the broken link in holier using tjuite, a number of remedies withThe only permanent cure br chronic aud more scared bonds than before," out any benifii "she tried one bottle oi catarrh is to thoroughly expethe poison ;when they .recount the" hallowed Chairiberla!n'siPtiin Balm, and it has irbttfthe system by the faith! il and per the" absent ono. The reuiains giveu "entire jalief.17 Chamberlain's Pain sistent use of Ayer'a Sarsapatolla- - This einedy proves pucceesful were take tovboutn Point, Ohio, for Balujis also certain cure for rheuma wonderful bttrialy-einR, hi wiled le accompained by leyiogtlsmrli-JijtY- . "G.. While. Rich when all !ieY life t&Vctr. ;r H aovi-ljAy.vjiix;jig8. orouie. T club. Salt-Rheum -e, well-know- n Sem-pag- ha mer-chaud- ies every year for the last twenty years ,and if any medical skill did me any good it was so little I did not know it. Two years ago my wife was down sick two months, tried two doctors, but the caso was a stubborn one of female not only trouble. I found In a good, safo, remedy for sore throat, but one for weakness and nervous prostration. I quit the doctors and purchased a bottle of and in three days after my wife got up and she has been going ever since, aud I have not been bothered with sore throat. It used to last at least fifteen or twenty days. Since we have used your medicine my wife has not lost a single day, and she has gained over fifty pounds " Pe-ru-n- a Pe-ru-n- a, Reaver Dam, O. My daughter, after being treated bv fouF doctors and given up for lost neighbor recommended Foley's Ki luey Cure. To-dshe is able to walk several miles without fatigue. I feel we would have loot her if it was not for your medicine Respect fully,. Mrs. J. M. Bdley. sold by W. G. White. nov-- 1 1m been in the habA miner was killed by lulling slate at of gettingso re it .ny is Norton, Va. It Hits The Spot. When snirV rinsr from a severe col-- ' at I feel s rt, uiim) ot Foley s Honey and Tar, wnen tlie sore-onness will l at relieved warm, irnrefnl feelinjr and 'iealiiir of the parts affected will experienced acid vou will say: "It feel so so good. TOr il is the spot " It is guaranteed. So J W W. G. White. your throat and Inn? ce 1 It Two persons perished in a Colorado. bowels. 10c blizrirl in Casca ruts stimulate liver, kidneys at'd Never sicken, weaken or jiup.. mavl-lv Henry Sears, a brakemau, waa kdlc-- J S1-.0- mem-aries- of Iu a later letter, July 22nd,lS97,MrC Blanchard writes: "All of the.sick-nes- s we have in the family is when Strayed or Stolen. we cannot get We people From Wagersville School House, in in the South think Pe a is a God-se- nt county last Wednesday night, n blessing. I recommended Pe a Estill red bay mare, saddle and bridle, to friends of mino that had asthma about lo hands high, a natural and one bottle cured them. Whenever racker and free goer. Ten dollars reis used it speaks loudly for ward will be paid for deliverance of itself." mare to Besjaxix WARFOfcD, Dr. Hartman, tho original comoctG-l-m WgersviileKy pounder ot has a recent Far Sate book on chronic catarrh which will be sent free by The Drug Poplar Fence Pickets; Ss lxlJxU.c 4t Pc-ru-- by a train at Tatevjlle. Christian want 10,fC0 geese, from October 16th on. Bring them in and get cash. oct 13-- ru-n- ru-n- Pe-ru-- na -- a, Pe-ru-- . J otliec--tret'e- . irHi nirs.. ifjis" jl -- irfloiMJ.-Jfclf.l- F m -a- - - i:.'!"- ; , :- Manufacturing Company, ColHmbtu, Price 53.50 per HiobwhkI ptec?. , t Ohio. Ask your druggist for1 a (jo--. Berr k HnMm Lf AlaaanW for? 1886. eetffSw JW'Xt.- ireePe-nun -- - k. --' A - v . . .- -" .. - tl if nv y. -'- r - "- -. "-- -- - . " ""I ' T. .? r - s i " " (i .,- -. , il ' I I The Richmond Climax. I BST W '' The Drouth a Blessing. How lincli tut YOUR WATCH I 1 I Xickliaiff g sensation relieved, r- That S F. Hillenmej-e- r the great blue grass nurses-man- , writes as follows in the Lexington Herald of September 18th: "Farmers just now are grumbling abut the dry weather, the sh rtness of the crops, the scar xby of water, the intensity oi the .heat, the dryness of the iir and every! ill that beset, their occupaTslv. IT. Crush County Will Republican- Few Appreciate the ism. of-bot- h DANGER - to which the Exfac- pectant Mother is The democrats tions are thoroughly united exposed and the foreboding- with in this county in their deter- which she looks mination to elect the excellent forward to the woman'3 ticket that has been selected hour of trial. All severest for the various offices and effort should be the indications are that.it is made to smooth Vlj f 1 WWaifyl J it. It. a most delicate liioclmnipm. It needs attootioii. It pays to have a good watch lirst of all. Then it pays to keep it in perfect order. A watch need cle'inin' every six months as much a does yo'.tr face every day. It pores jret closed. We are expert repairers. A Fine Watch cot three times as much, twenty year.--. ap, as it dots now. Machinery has reduced the expense of nialinp. We have some very fine, solid ptd 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 lute that we are ottering you at big bargains. We are clearing out our ladies belts at cost. Have something new in a silver cleaner. I). P. ARMER, jeGO-i- y The Main St. Jeweler. I I in the throat is instantly by Dr. Bell's I'inc-TuIloncy P courUs and wonderful remedy for j all troubles caused by of Uio mucous mem-c lnllumination throat und respiratory: branes of the organs. A purely vegetable com-- : J: pound. It contains nothing but heal- 53 inKantlinvigoratinK medicinal prop- - : ernes, it is cuaranieea to euro mo j:- most Stubborn coughs as well as z asthma, bronchitis, tore throat. La Ji Grippe, whooping cough, and croup, i i 3-- tion. "The crop y ir of 1S97 was DR. SELL'S ey Pine-Tar-Kon- Is sold everywhere at 3Sc, Sue and i IM u bottle, or of price by will le sent upon receipt - i j j The E. E. Sutherland I'ndncah, Kentucky. WMr'WVW; 27-- 26 Jllediclnc Company, We Send it FREE! TO WEAK MEM, Yonng and Old. Rejoice witli us in the Discovery. When a man has stifTernl for j'e.irs with a weakness that blighle h's life ant robs him of all that really ni.'ke life worth livinp, if he avail himself f a complete cure, why not possess tl.en.nral con rape to stop his downward eonrse yon by mail, AKSOLH I We will IjY FKKK, in plnin paokace, the All I'nuerfiil UK. HUFFMAN'S VITAL with a legal puar iintee to permanently cure LOST MAX HOOD, SKLK-AISI'SK, an exceptionally good one, and it goes without saying that no set of weather conditions can favor equally all his interests. March and .Apr'l were wet. The plows were, idle, and the farmer grumbled. May open-- e with snow, and was cold t'.irorghout, but not very wet. From these conditions come the finest 3'ield of small grain ever known in Kentucin Corn was planted late, but had it been planted early it would surely have failed to germiuate. And then came the high temperature of June and July to foster the late planted corn, and make more than the average crop. But the high temperature is not 1 good for fresh-se- t tobacco, In The Mixim and it seems to have been a question with Providence if it were to have plenty of corn or plenty of tobacco, and the latter lost out. NESS. VAKIflH'ELE EMISSION'S SEXUAL STOPS WEAK- forevei eniHciated organs No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception ff we could not cure, we would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this may not Address appear again. to-da- and all unnatural drains. Returns to former appearance? M0IIT Western Medicine Company,. Oftentimes pjint are spoiled in tlie has a liiiiinp The painter of f'ir he gr-- at advantage "f the ! M Wu k.im. paints can j;et the ready mixed in a hi color. to-da- v s. ISCOKrOBlIEP. 24-23 Kalamazoo, Mich READY TO cie71 At a ptice whii It the old fellows would be jsionihhel at. Don't delay a contemplated job of painting or papering becaue of the COST You will he Mir prised how f ir vonr moiiev goes in this line We have still on mIp a number of iMtletitsof lOcts Wallpapers for f tt nut anu SUPPLY "Prills ilMy . H fl( 1 THE TRIE ie-- t Black, Our factory on Iatirel Street in is now runninir, and we ;.n prepared to fill ordersfor tw of tinRlVnmftSn ilUilUlWtiHj n - - n n rf'i y o! u cm .j CENTS. This price will continue last. air Jacks" Ei-p- si lung as they Brands, three grades. We can save you Window Shades inoiirv. Senil us a tii.il order; you will Wind w iil.i-- . Mock the Ijirgest he gl.nl with our products. Picture Frames. e QuIit theUe&tand pi ices always the cially pleased to hear from country merlowest. chants. White &ZQ. M. WILLGING, 2fC Feptl-ly- R0S3, jo rv'-.'a.'fe'" Khiimonii, Kv. West Main Street. r $ SOMETHING BED WETTING CURED Wis. OR Every Merchant OUGHT TO USE. S3 PAY. Mrs H M ROWAN, Milwaukee, mch3-l- j "Busy . IS hf fair! "HAMILTON" to-d- Price, S5.00 s "The present plaint of tie farmer is that it is so hot and dry that he can neither sow Hon. "W. B. Smith, of Richnor prepare for wheat. Now, mond, made a mastei'ly speech as a matter of fact, from Au- at the court house here Mongust 1st to September 20, 189G, day, where the crowd gathjust a trifle less rain fell than ered about him and filled up during the same time this the ailes" bT standing. He 3ear. A similar deficiency did not mount the rostrum has existed inany times with- but got down close to the in the past twenty-fiv- e years, crowd and in his familiar and without detriment to small telling way discussed the high gr;:in. The present drought tariff of theDingley bill showmay be vexatious, but an ing it was framed in the interexact knowledge of past est of the rich people. The The Centralia(Mo.) Guard weather "conditions bring speaker then showed up the gets off the following, and to much comfort. Our best gold standard as a fraud aud the first person that hands the grain crops have ordinarily crime. There is no better News a copy of it written out followed a preceding summer advocate of true democracy correctly, with all the words drought, that brought solua-bl- c in Kentucky than Mr. Smith, spelled out where the characphosphates from the lower and his speech here court day ters stand we will make him or depths to the surface. Early had a good effect despite the her a present of a year's subgrain sowing invites the ra- interruption caused by the scription to this paper: vage of the Hessian H3-- in the fire alarm which was given of the Cen- "The fall, and smut, mingeand rust when he had spoken about an tralia girls are small, tapering the following spring. Let us hour. After a few minutes and beautifully shaped; iii are hold out hearts in peace; prov- many returned to hear him , and they are brilliant as idence smiles on us. Our through. Mr. Smith is always without a I in this or any wheat is bettor in the sack well received here where he other : there frowns are like than in the soil, just as our personally knows nearly all of t and their 12345G7890 excite corn was last April. But the our people. Nicholas ville !!! of pleasure. Read this "i crop of "JS will not be.uniform Democrat. closely, do not ? its reliability, in yield and quality as was Hon. W. B. Smith, of Rich- and try 2 m the situathat of '97. When the timely mond, was given a most excel- tion." Cor bin News. rains come, as the' surely lent hearing at the court will, in the haste and scram- house Monday afternoon in D. C. Terliume one of the largest mule uealera m the State, and who handble of etting down the larg- one of his characteristic les annually about 100 sugar mules and est acreage, many will lose speeches. No speaker who 200 cotton mules, in an interview with a sight of the important factors has ever visited Nicholasville correspondent, says that only about SO per cent, year's crop is that conduce 1 full yield and was ever accorded closer at- avemjxo. of thispercentage of up to the The mules in -- all over but the shouting. This confidence is born of a know ledge or tne situation and a reliance in the good sene of the people, but we should not let cur belief, founded though it be on bed roc:: facts, run into over confidence. Our opponents are making a death struggle and when we consider that they will not stop from an' means no matter how disreputable, it will be realized that we must not unbend a single effort or let up in the battle until it is fought and won. Get out every vote pos sible for the party b' seeing that those who have no conveyances are provided will them, and see that those unfamiliar with the ballots are made to understand them by the means of the several thousand educational ballots printed at this office. Let us all make a strong pull and a pull together, and this paper will tell a tale the day after the election that will fill all Demo-cratihearts with 303. Stanford J ournal. Mr. Smith in Jessamine. -- these rucrcred places in life's ' pathway for her. M n i "i "Mother's Friend" allays Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes for- ! ward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, Etc Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes j through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously 25c. so. perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the use of "Mother's Friend," and a:oiiiiintw!wiiiiiii-the time of recovery shortened. Ittw "w I7W w ANDY CATHARTIC, mffsi m ro- a mmsstitmmes0B . ' r. ni ;imk H az ay ALL DRUGGISTS. i imiMKw. seps - iy mother of three children, who suffered Rreaur in me pirin 01 eaca, who obtained a bottle of 'Mother' Friend' of me before her fourth confinrmcct.snd wa relieved qaicklr. All agree that their labor was shorter and less palnfuL" Jons G.roLElu-.Macon.G- "I know one ladj-.tli- a. Sent fcr Mail, on receipt of price. $1.00 PER EXPECTANT MOTHERS" BOTTLE. BooIC-Tmailed free, containing valuable information . and voluntary testimonials. The BRAOFICLD REGULATOR co..Atlanta,Ga SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 25-- 24 m Tiiose New Wraps 'ZgA A certain 3Toung lady living a few miles distant from Wil-morK3., recentl'' found a e. .- lot of love letters written by her father to her mother man' years before they were married. The daughter read them to her mother, pretending the were of recent date, and substituted her own name for that of her mother's and that of a young man, well known to them both, for her father's. The mother was very much disgusted and has forbidden her daughter to have anything to do with a young man who will write such "nonsense and sickening stuff." Your reporter must be excused from giving their names. Woodford Sun. I g S SSI c . ARE BOTH STYLTSEI AND BEAUTIFUI , iI fe rp (IIxiiiim Ken's Yforkifi! . Nobby 1 Look at tHese Prices: mjiBress p "WlGoods m pS Pleatd Chiifons, The Great st Bui'gains ever offered to the ple of Madison county. peo- . I WHITE & Igibson, J ? fei And many New Trimmings, Velvets, Braids, &e. Ladies' Shoes SO cents. A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from o to 5 cents. Good Brown Cotton ; cents a yard. Duck Suiting-- 9 cents a yard up. "l$34 Ladies' Sailors from 3 cents to $1. Brussel Carpets from 50 cents to $1 a yard. Straw Mattings from 12i cents to 20 cts per yd. Men's Suits for $2.50 worth $S.OO Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. Men's Shoes 80 cents. te&A m A5 My-.- I 1 V "" s Bargains INow! Bargains Forever! m V&U THE NEW YORK STORE ESS Vp Town, Klein A Son's Old Stand. Richmond. Ky. I Low Price Makers. Leaders in Ladies' Furnisliinirs. vMi Wwron hi ii n miTO m aw i mi ii mwi iiwuwmwi i i wi wiwmiu n im HIGH GRADE WORK GIVES THE G0HSU.MER SATISFACTION, SjS I Autumn Leaves mm i ra Pes 111 a mr zs consequently ts dcsi tor tnc ueaier to nanaie. GS7JZ j A Pull Line of Send for -- m M hi m ..--- ,.. .. feSi v BUGGIES, SURREYS, PIIAETOXS, ROAD WAGONS, 3 Catalogue and Prices. All Work Guaranteed. s ij j't h ii Wcabo Manufacture JMPANYf IND. VK17L IH THE Factory, QV fc t CRAWFORDSVILLE, I J 4 ...TT, J.. It is now M time to discard that old pair of wnnurmeir ,1 ..-,- You are probably trj'ing to make up your mind where to buy 30111 next pair. pjj Ii?. 'ho'. uj. P T7 x- A 3 II i I DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS xr.ayiS - 6a Salesroom, CM Z. Kii: X ( : 1 J, i i' -- BE3 4 7i HyM n SSta -- wgE TA m H p Pi mra K tl i7 w KB H:i Jl s. Ba ar iht K o i a Bab. if fayBISIflfa II W ADVANCE. THE WONDER OF THE AGE fine quality. "Oh, no! asking 2ILet us help 3'ou in this; bjr,.o, i:..jou to call .:.. iiuu tJAiiiuiiit; luc uiwau ojui nuiu iiuvj The present without a rival for efflies, an'l iciency, simplicity, il irability and cheapness. Thmsands of lidies in ill partR of the country are us'ng this maschine, and declare it lobe the oolv wither that has relieved them from drudgery of wash day. been thoroughly tested by THIS washer his and Madison rountv famiRichT.ond JUTOGRAPHICC PRKVENT "forgettins to chaBe, PRKVKNT dipates over accounts, niKVK.N'T niULukcn of all kinds, ACCUlt.VTKLY record cuh sales, SAVE book-keepin- g, "We that it will jjive satisfaction, or the tive money will be refunded. Every washer is warranted for five years, and if tnv part Rives out within that time, we will re.ilace it free of charge Rich j.mj. Kv., July 5. 1S37" I have pnrehashed a "Busy Bee" Washer from Mr. B P. Lsngford, and mv wife save it a trial and is much pleased. It does the work perfectly aad is not tireso-- "REV. J. W. HILL. e The above is one of many testimonials vei in this city. Among our references we .refer to the proprietors of Tint Climax, who have mrchased washers and are well pleased with them. Rcmcrab:r the Price is Only, - - - $5.00 re-c- will seii it with the posi- MAKE three bills at one writing. Used by Retailers Everywhere. Write for circular. drought is only the tempered wind to the shorn lambs, and the hidden kindness that makes possible bursting barns and overflowing granaries in 1893.' A F Hamilton Autographic Register Co. HAMILTON, OHIO. Retort Courteous. WWW may23-6- The Hon. Jojiah Patterson spoke to about fifty people in the county court room last week. As the "sound money Democrats" wjre filing out of - "Nothing else like it" The most refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. ss?n?z-- For farther particulars call on or address , T"sL &?j thecourthouseafterthe speek-ina free silver fellow standing on the street hurrahed for g, B. P. MNGFORD, s.ugll-3m lpntoub:s DEDICATED ntl? ff Box 98, Richmond, Kv. r1 60LD OX AN iri.7i 7 a Abnolutc Giiurantcc, Mb DONALD'S O whep some soured gold bug in the crowed(?) hollowed, "Hurrah for h 1," The Chicago Kecord is vigorously "That's right, all of stand agitating tho question of establishing up for your countiy," replied postal savings banks. This is a matBr-an, 3-- y his audience, which was sprinkled with "soundlnone'" Democrats and Mi. Smith spoke most encouraging terms in the of the Democratic outlook next month all over Kentucky and said the party was better equipped now for battle than for years. Mr. Smith; who is a very forcible speaker, showed a masterly subject, and is extremely popular with the Jessamine Democrats. In private conversation with Mr. Smith regarding his candidacy for Governor, he spoke very favorably of the outlook and will make an active canvass at the proper time. Jessamine Journal. tention Re-publica- - the principal counties where he trades rules as follwing: Boyle 20 per cent, Mercer IS, Lincoln 15, Washington 12, Anileison 12, Woodford 9, 8 and Garrard He further said that the piiccs paid this year averaged about as follows: For one car of sugar colls $;S.-5Jes-aminG- 0, "WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. on us .1 ixjij iimi T T si : ? id 11 ??fS5Sa tt d iB iuu mm KKJ rtrf--C ill bu n !T,! For ' Saleor font, M two loads mixed at $li; stuff$21,and one$lJ. onecarcouit-da- y I Phone, No. 21. irreeman n octC-6- THE LOUISVILLE FOSo First Street. s-- DISPATCH'S sj Small farm on Otter Creek p.fct-- ; four miles from Uichmonri. Twent , live ai'res, 'ood house. Apply octf THJRS3 Rj&?m Richmond. Ky. njruirvrtrtrLruin n xuinno DALTON. K a finn The Hon. Josiah Patterson, of Tenn., who undertakes to TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. toll Kentucky Democrats how to win Tat? Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All elections, has a briefhistory. Ho ran Drug) ists refund the money it it fails to Cure against Ed. Cannack in the Memphis 25c. 1'orJ'sale by W. Q. White, DrugtrNt. Rich 1UUUU, district for the Democratic nomination for Congress and Carmack beat him bo squarely that Jot.:ah got his own content to turn traitor to the Democratic party. .Repudiated at home he turns out to obtrude his unI liave 45 acres of land for pale. Tliis wanted and unwelcome advice to Kentucky Democrats to repudiate a land lies in the Foxtown precinct, direct aud regular nominee and vote for a bolter. 011 a coutily road, well watered pro-- d Josiah nor his advico have any es- fenced, new modem honse; very ictive. lan be bouaht clieap." Also CD teem in K entneky. Woodford Sun. mv lininp nlno nf 70 nirts dirppt. n tin Eiixlown aud RooiieslHiro pike PQ 8ept22 4w J. W. GARRISON. .Memphis, 123 The Best Flour G3MTE3Y $1,000.00 in Cash to lie ( I veil Away to the Person V.'ho Jlal- m itpr J.stinintti on the Uou.t of uo Xo- venibcr Uleotioa. Every Subscriber to tho n.illr ny. AVeekly Dispatch AVIU Be Kntitletl 10 une u uess lor Kviry Dollar Paid Upon IILs Subscription. Guesses May Be Made Until O P. 21., Aoveraber2, 18U7. - ECONOMIST RANGES LAND F0R SALE FRESHEST GROCERIES, h vlS . CxNDIES, It FRUITS and I CAX GOODS At tbe lowest Price. i;iraii:i'.;i:li OMiiL&K i The Leading Specialists cf America JSOAP, Tninr luneenn inu4i wiuu'iil, run nr mi. TOILET KUR5EnYBATH C f CELEBRATED jjl II i J IhkK 5 "a T fty 2 i&: the free silver man. Nich- olas ville Democrat. WORM POWDERS Sf Ij . J l THE CUCATEST ' ' WORM DESTROYER CF THE ABC. m. kSSJUI It .merit. J n.SK MnD"" TJntli rrT,1w pSjf.'bars the passage way through the door of happiness for thousands upon thousands of wistful women. The woman whose nerves are racked EAST ANO PLEASANT TO TAKE, fl flv 111 lasts twice as long as otters. Atrial w 'I convince ycu o: its great Will please the most fastidious. FRENCH '!LLCD TOILET SOAPS AND PEIlFUAlCaV, Smallest dose. Easiest to take. . KT Vs v- - CHARLES F.MILLER, AHr. of ) f Enurely vegetable. Most certain and never- - V-failing Worm Destroyer , V X EVER DISCOVERED. V VT Sold for a ouarter of a cen- turrwiihcontinuallr increas-- VT ngcemana. Hunk a moment. Does this not mean merit ? " Efemid f I Lancaster Pcnn. ESTABLISHED, 1849. m i w m 'y 5 AdRsA f whose streneth is sapped by debili- taticg drains, due disease of the organs peculiar to women, cannot be happy. She is not only shut t from happiness, bat death daily confronts her. Ma- temity, to?ia wo- - by pain, and 125,000 Children yearly Sent to their Graves by Worms. ncDONALD'S CELEBRATED TI1E- - illSt ed, is , PRICE, drnggktc. IMSR BOX. 25 and For sale by all draler In medicines. Manufactured only by the proprietor, WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. iiHONOTUGK II KATHRINA I! 1 .T. JL. Jtooctsvillo. mirMmo McDONAIJD, I o mvri tto f r r f ffc f ai Ji fi ii f Jn. t ... ; mwim .HE PAIS THE 0' .FREIGHT. ...TODIPAY FOR .) v EASY RUNNING. SERVICEABLE. 5ead for cetslexrnc THE... .. St u Every Wheel Guaranteed. tf) BRINKS. ( I KSPSISE .. .1 wjnmi m. L. mrui S7CLE f mi. G0., ( KCRTHAMFTON, MASS. Phooe.3. f Second MWHUOjrix KY. .it RponiMe dealers tavRcd to ear. tt ya-- B delightful can dy pulling at his hospitable Silver Creek home last Thursday. dice Williams sold to Hugh Galey 300 bbls of corn in field at 1,25. Tonip Duerbon, who advertised his farm at public sale, was offered $35 per acre aud took itdovn. Chestnut hunting parties nro all " the go. Mil Yerkes is a pretty shrewd fel low but his little decapitation plan can bo seen though as easily as if it praise your medicine eooogh," was a glass window in a dry goods "Dr. Pierce's book,- "The. Common, Sense Medical Adviser" is rj treasure in any famstore. Watch In the future nn4 see if ily. It contains too8 jages and 30a il!ustr 'lions. A copy free to every person "who lie don't fill all of jtho yacanaleswith Republicans while tb'e;Demrtorat8 arc will send to the World's Dispensary Judical Association, Bualo;-N- . YM it nownng. ion proreeupn eyj v;ivu serf. stamps, to pey.tae c of nailisg only. For ctetk kuMuw, mmL jc auapk' ; vie e. iiarroo BifUffeoay ino, no-- . V. K. Nelson gave a 200-ac- re oae-cent 1 A. danger. Even if she escapes with herJife, it is only tu live a martyr to untold agory. This is niidless. Thousands of women have found a sure, and certain remedy cud have spoken in no uncertain words of its almost miraculous action. This remedy is Dr. Pierce's Favoriie Prescription. It acts directly upon the organs that make wifehood and motherhood possible. It gives them health and vigbr. It stops weakening drains, allays inflammation and Eoothes pain. The nerves, no longer tortured, resume their natural function of directing the health jr action of all the organs of thebody. Under its benign influence the weak, sickly, nervous, fretful invalid, becomes a robust, capable, helpful, amiable wife, fitted for the duties of motherhood. All good druggists sell it "Three years ago'Trritei Mrs. J. N. Messier, of 1794 Yanaerbiit Aveui c Kew York. N. Y., "I wm plren uo byscmetiS th; best pnyticians fn this city. They said thrre was no cure for me unless I would go to a aud have an operation performed. I cr Id not walk across the room for the pain in my idc. I thought I wonld die. I took Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and after I had taken three bottles I could work, walk, and ride. I cou' I write a year and not rr-- at fraughtwith ter that has been much discussed in the past dating back many years. A number of postmaster generals have recommended ; but congress has never enacted a law carrying the recotu-mciiilonsofany of them into eifect. The jcct of such n institution is (o encoii.oge workingmen and others to save ilteir earnings and it is a good .Millions of dollars are wasted 0110 in this country every year, much of it wore than wasted, iluch of it goes forwhibkeyand other intoxicants and from men who complain bitterly at their hand lot. About the wort enemy the many workingmen have is the saloon. If men, by establishing posml savings bauko could be eiicoui-ag-:- d to hiihband ihcir earnings it would bo a good thing for them and for the nntion. Men who have nioncv head are too indepndent and too thoughtful to he debauched by tho political bribo-give- r. 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 230,000 Cured. ni WECilRESTRICTURE TIiousanil.1 of youns nud miJOlc-agcmen are troubled with this disease many nucousciuuely. Thcj-- way bavo a f mart- you. finall, twisting ctrcam, fh.ir; cutting times, difficulty in commencing, weak organ, emission, and oil tho Fymttoms of nervous dcbilitj they havo tJTltlC-T011Don't let doctor experiment on oar by ftrctchinc. or tearire ins FREE: 20.00 rr: COLO. DIcycle.aold Watch, Diamond Kng, cr a Scholarship in Drauchon's Practical Business College, Nashville, Tenn., or Texarkansu Tex., or n schol arship in most any other reputable business college or literary scuool in the U. S. can be secured by doing a little work at home for the Youths journal. Advocate, an illustrated It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest aad profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting matter 'well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Aadress Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention this papcr.J Young People w y actual pluradty of the successful candidate ror Clerfc of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, at the election, November, 2, 1S37. The Lonlsville Dispatch's First ami Second Guesslcs Contests harin- - aronseil so much Interest anions its readers, a third e 1?,?,1Y?D0UD''1- - whIch the OltKATKST SUCCE55S OKw" surely ba ALL. rhe Dispatch will, as soon as the official count of tie November. 1S37, ejection In lientcclr I announced, give to the subscriber who makes the closest guess to the A. D. Smith, C sept29-3m utruvnjtruTxiruiiuiiiuuxnjuiJuvruinrn Fraakfort Si One Thousand Dollars in Cash. k:ll Mw.j. 1, scn-atio- augl8-l- y Roofing, Gutteringand. General , Job AVork. sulncrtber to the Dally or Weekly can make one jrness for every dollar he pays upon bU subscription from this 1SS7 nt er,uhl?'0Vember P pi-pat- ch Kver-- In Effect March 1ST.' V 1. 3 U Wore KUL'!,!,3 - " DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. sat from 1 B. Having Opened a Our HCW .MLT1IUD TKCAT-ilEX- T cbsorbi t!io tricturo tisfne; henco removes the stricturo pemanen I ly. H can necr return. Ho pain.no no detention from tusinc-- by our method. 'fhotcxualorganfaruftreDRth-cneil- . Tin nerves nro nnigoratcd, and the bli t uanhood rcturue. turn. lh.t3will!ntcareyou.asitTnll re- .SecondHand a.; Furniture a nf ft IE Ui BPf & B. ::&: WECURE GLEET Thousands of yourg and luiddle-agcmen are having their fciucI icnr and vitality continually rapped by this They cto frequently unconscious rf thocau'orf thco fymptom?. (.'cneral l ycaknts. Dirchnrges, loil-ii- g Manhood. Ncrvontnci1!", Poor Jlem-or- y. Irritability, at time EmartinsSen-KitioSunken UytB, with dark circle?, Weak aek. Oeneral Depression. Lack "t Ambition. Varicocele Shrunken Tart, etc ULUCT an I STRICT" HE inaybothocauc. Don't consult family doctor;, as they havo no jn theso fpeci.il disease don't experiment on ynu. Consult tnesialist,'vrho lavo made a. life ttmly of IJisvsk-c- i of Jlcn and Women. UuriiEW MUTIIOD TUUATJdKNT will -lively cere yeu. Ono thouand dollars for a caso wo accept for treatment tad Tcrmi moderate for cure. e. I'nn-xtnran. allow-(uacknt-'i Establishment it. k " '."'.'""kin:? ..ir fjirh coupon nied. Arr All those tntslde of Louisville who enc must be mall subscribers The paper will ' " to Loulsvlllp. .New Albany I ' and Jefrer-onvil- fw subscriber. Lve Arr ' llrl.t Dollars' for Dally and Sunday, Dollars for the Sunday edition, and or Two " remember iou jM une guess for each dollar sent " .! r.1 rii..n. patch and mail.-Company, le renr h md. nnAn to. The DU- - ' with out-- dollar Lve 1 Duvalls Georgetown. Gcorsetown. Newtown Centreville. Elizabeth- - Frankfort. Elkhorn . . swltxcr . Stamping Ground ... ajn. B 30 p.m 300 3 ... 8 45 6 51 7 02 7 08 .. 7 20 3 W 3 32 3 4S 5S Parii . . ... Z 8 8 8 ... 8 8 . 0 12 4 15 4 30 4 4 22 28 40 2 4 5 5 10 p.m. 5 "si 5 12 5 43 5 " 6 11 6 "0 6 K ". R. AT 21G EAST MAIN. WHITES STATI02T. t. furniture, such EAST EOU3. as clocks, bedsteads, mattress ,es, bureaus, side-boardVrtlltt couches, in fact anything- you Nicholasville Valley View Million want to dispose- of in the line Richmond.. of furniture or old cast oif Union. . clothing-- second-han- d stores. Mooerlc I also do upholstering, car- Panola . Id : riage top tvimmiug renew Irvine -s, - lam prepared tw take allkinds of second-han- d Time Tablo No. 29 Takiij" Effert f?.m day. May 2, lSDG. 2d Class. lstlass. NO. I I Tfn- - a I 'Vi oT" Ei Sun Ex San Ex Sanf th", "lwd. Aether DMlr"1 Lve fc,lir,ftJtllj. or SnntJay. a""t be sent A" pJcK au( not pui ,n wuti tue will ti extended for ns Inn- money pays he subscription. n time as your Agents wi:i be allowed the regular com- "hV R hn? ?? .in ,1,e Knesscs WEST BOUND. Arr Elizabeth Lve IHns a.m. 9 20 " .. ai- Centreville Ncwtoim. Georgetown Georgetown "valLs gl"TPg Ground M K 9 9 9 M M 32 38 48 00 40 A.K. P.M 10 20 CO rl Z !" 11 6 57 7 3S S 00 S 13 A.M. 8 53 1 1 " m.MiVh JJ25 U 40 USS 12 18 10 53 "L, n,nt m,ie over to -- he treasurer of the company. J',Vnlrd- - ,0 "e deposited and hetd of tBe contt at 6 o'clQck oa -- Frankfort f" -- at .. 11 M 26 jd CO S53 7 . n as 8S0 U 2Q 1143 ... "" , - , i m les ,- -- ' 105" K -- ' CURES GUARANTEED treat and rnn: T!TS5aTfVR yAuiCiicEM. sYPiin.T8 oi.Kirr. AVo order mattresses. . lis - .. .. All work' to . .. .. . . . . ,, If call. S8E?L,Ka'BvLANK for TREATJIENT.i "iunss. uiiiiAt OUAIj IUhClIAKU- E5. KTilKKY Ami ItLAf IPRU Vimrt. coNsrrr.TATTOw itrrh. nnntrR FHKE nnablo to Wr SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Irvine PauiilA - 1 30 00 11 3 40 Wanfpd-J iTv . in H i9.imM:m:;m'jm:wj nrnv , KENNEDYfrKERGAN I22W. FOURTH STREETf J CINCINNATI; OA , "wMds-iy XRS. . for U0ME of your patronage. - u sept3-ly I respectfully solicit a shares Moberley, cjiiiiin rtrfiaRll . ... .. 2 2 Itich"mond.. Million Valley View Z IV KM 5 4 40 om 5S if T " Ohio and tl.e name or the successful guess I announced tn the Dally and v.Ti" P,IsItch Vplypaidf to the a early as possible and Time ot Trains at Winchester. Ky. If two or! more successful persons the Bucce?fnl Kcsn, the shonld tie nson reoBey wUl li " equally dlriiml between them. "5VEST BOUND. D &r8?,1e P'M cnntalBla Cou6 55 am pons. Addrejji all letters contalalng. jraeises Mt Sterling aad Lexington Accom tasters Express for Louisvill- e7 30 am and rcmltwscea to Wm. J. lutrd. Morekead aad Lestegton Accom- 3 00 pin Neworkldaited F. P. Y 4 50 pifl DISPATCH com-rmre- il. sealed up In presence of Judged oa the morning the of S. and turned irer to them to be November in deposited U.n!on Hank nntll the. oHcIal lbe Is declared bv tne Secre- fbunt iSTi.0' ht:'e hea tuey wilt be opened prrsfnee of three Judges and C D. GenT Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Sup U BEItCAW-- . Frankfort, Kentucky. Non kv; ni Mm. 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