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RICHMOND, lYIADISON COUNTY, Royal make the food pure, wholesome and delicious. A TRIP KENTUCKY, For The Cuuax. TO THE WIND CAVE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1897. NUMBER 23. Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THE Effects of Tobacco. a Graceful Surrender. Looks More Like The Boy Tlie Call Ran Over. 'THE END OF THE BATTLE." Courier-Journa- l, al W:'y. Era! and undoubtedly shortens llfo materially. Mr. Ed. C Ebsen, compositor on tho Contra-Cos- ta JTetr. Martinez. CaL, writes; "I havo nsod Dr. Miles Restorative Kerrlno and received much benefit from it. I ysss troubled with nervousness, dirty spells and sleeplessness, caused by tho use of tobacco and stimulants. I took Dr. Miles Nervine with good results, allaying tho dlniness, quieting the nerves, and enabling mo to sleep and rest, proving in lay case a very beneficial remedy . Dr. Miles Ecstorativo Ncrvlno is especially adapted to restoring the nervous system to Its normal condition under such circumstances. It soothes, heals and strengthens. mar-velous- ly 1 excessive cso rI!E young men of tobacco, csicclally Injurious T laal-a- ys Dr. Miles' Bemedles by all drug-Cis- ts under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Boole on diseases of the heart and serves free. Address, are-sol- n miles'.c Health Dr." . tervinej Elihart, Ind. iiwaoires DB. MILES MEDICAL CO., PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JI1SS Jlll'KKl) (SUCIIEN'. .STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER. Richmond, jS()fficf adjoining Kentucky. A .R BurnanCt. Arroasrara. i R. W. MILLER. Attorxey-at-La- RICHMOND, Farmer's National Bank. Office Kkntccky. in the Burnam Building, next door to y fcb3-l- - - DURNAtA t MOBERLEY. Attorxeys-at-La- P. DUIISAM. . S. MOBURLEV. KICHSIOND, - - - KENTUCKY. recently occu-31-3- OrncE in Burnam Building, pied by A. It. Burnam. 3 J. A TTOnXEY-AT-LA- ajsr. Tito Courier-Journwhat it lias already said by anticipation touching the Democratic situation in Kentucky biought into being by the vote of Tuesday last. That vote conGrms the position of the convention that nominated Mr Shackelford for Clcik of the Court of Appearand repudiates the ii of the convention which nominated Mr. Ilindinan. It fixes the relation of the Democratic organization in Kentucky to the National organization of the Democratic party," at least through the next State and National elections. It is so decisive in character as to leave nothing to conjecture, and the Courier-Jouiut- d has neither the wish nor the purpose to challenge it. The issue as it was made, and has been fought out, was clear and explicit. No eli'ort was wanting to maintain could by any pojbibility be mistaken about it. We may regret the verdict againrt uf, but we acctpt t. We shall make no further effort to direct the parly course or counsels, or to share in any of tlie responsibilities of party leadership, having done our best, according to our conscience and belief, to divert our jwilitical negotiates from a policy and procedure, the end of which no man can no foresee, the results of which we very much lear, both as to the welfare of the country and the party. But we are Democrats, not Republicans, and, nailing oui ll.ig to the masthead of Honest Money. Free Trade and Home Rule, we shall in the character of a private soldier in the ranks contribute whatever earc able to the ascertainment and the vindication of Truth. For the gentlemen, who ha7C by their victoiy coiitirmed their leadership, we entertain uut the least ill will. All the honors belonging to that leadership be theirs; and, let us add, all the responspo-eio- Nov. 9, 1897. litis little to add to This Rooster IS FOR THE DISPATCH The Glorious Work It Has Done And That Which POiER Abso:.:t:l Pura ROYAL BAK1N0 rOSi.l CO , NEW YORK. Is To "THE COUISIEK-JOUHNAL- Come. SUIUtEXDEK." replies to the editorial in Thursday's Courier-Journa- l, lu which Watterson once more eoeks admission into the Democratic fold, after being aflilijted with the enemy for over twelve months. The Dispatch says: The above editorial from yesterday's Courier-Journis one of the ino3t interesting of a series, the most remarkable for inconsistencies and contradict i nsthat ever appeared in a newspaper. The morning of the 2d it spoke its determination in advance of the verdict at the polN, so that the result niiht cut no figure in it, iu the following explicit words: "If Mr. Ilindinan gets 100000 votes today, or if he gets hut ten, the course of will be nowise the Courier-Journ- Tlie Dispatch al its destruction, and it only promises, "where we ran we shall support thm." litre it can. l:iat means where its masters will permit. That means it may help where its help is not wanted, but when the first bugle blast of war on the money question is sounded it must serve Wall street It bavs: "Had we the whole thing to go over we should not veer a hair's line from the course we have pursued." You will have it to go over. We wi'l have a fight on the same line in 1S9S, in the election of Congressmen, we will have it in 1S99 in the election of a Governor, a Legislature aud a United States Senator, and we will have it in 1!XK) in the election of a President and a con-- al chauged." Two days after tho election it announces Unit it ''has little to add to what it has already said by anticipation touching the Democratic situation iu brought into being by the vote of Tuesday last." It lays aside with a great show of dignity a leadership which it has not enjoyed for the past three years. When it cut Hardin'b tlnoat and deserted to IUadley it was cashiered and sentenced to death. It stayed in the ranks of the enemy until 1SIHJ, when it joined with the Re publicans in steaiiug Kentucky from Ken-luck- y Uryan. It stayed until it elected Deboe over Blackburn. It still stayed with them in 1S'J7 and biought Hindtnau out to defeat Shackelford, the Democratic nominee. As long as the Democratic party needed its help its sword was sold to tlie service of the enemy. Now that the Democracy of Kentucky has won a signal and complete victory over it aud its Republican allies, it has the cast iron eU'rontery to say, "We shall make no further tlibrt lo direct the patty course or counsels or to share in any of the responsibilities of party leadership." To whom is this ad drrtsedV It has not been in the Democratic party in any contest for the past three years. It called together and organized a Wall stieet paity at Indianapolis called the 'National Democratic party." It belongs to that Republican aul society which hired YV. D. liynum and Josiah Patterson to help Mark llatniu. in his eflortb to defeat the Deuiociatic party iu Kentucky, Ohio and Iowa. Does it address this notice to liynum, Patterson, Mark llauna .t Co., "that it will make no further dibit !o direct the party course or coun.sels, or to share in any of the responsibilities of party leadership" of tho "National Democratic party," Dues it mean that it will 'go to the rear ol the. columns" of the party which it organized aud led fiom Indianapolis to Wateiloo? If it does not mean this its langnago is singularly inappropriate. Its meaning is plain enough, and no Democrat in Kentucky will be deceived by it. It means that having been whipped on the lielil of battle, it is willing to come intD the icioi ions army, with its shattered aud beateu. forces, without suneudering its flag, or it arms, and without swearing allegiance to the conqueror, giving its Punic pledge that it will not shoot at its conquerors until it gets in a &afer position to do it. It does not even propose to surrender the bloody scalps of Hardin, Blackburn, liryan and the other Democratic victims but it proposes still tc of its w ear them as trophies of its treasonable Ou the contrary it says, "Had prowefcfe. we the whole thing to go over we should not veei a hair's line from the course we have pursued; and, reviewing the record wc recollect no word, or ct, which we would tecall." All that it has said about Bryan, calling him a fakir, etc-- , all it has said about Ulackburn, Hardm and the other Democrats, ail ling them knaves, fools, lunatiis, anarchists, repudiators, advocates of mob law, toll gate raiders, night riders, blasphemers, etc., it reaflims, in all brotherly loe. This reminds us of thai; Biblical HeDrew warrior who inquired after his brother's health with a knife inserted unJer the fifth rib. article is not a The Courier-Journal gress. Now let's apply the Democratic test to this bold and persistent Punic war-riewho proposes to take position in the rear ranks of our party. Will the Courier Journal pledge itself in future to indorse and advocate the Democratic doctrines laid down by the party at Chicago in 1S9G and reaflirmed at Frankfort iu 1S97 ? Iet it answer yes or no! AVill the Courier-Journpledge itself to stand on the platform in 1699 and uphold its principles and support the Democratic nominee for Governor? Let it answer yes or no! Will the Courier-Journpledge itself to support candidates fcr the Legislature in 1899 who are pledged to the support of the Democratic platform, and' who will go into a Democratic caucus' aud vote for tho nomination of a United Senator who stands on the Democratic platform as laid down at Chicago in r, al al The above named cave is situalcd in Jackson county, 22 miles southeast of Irvine. It is a beautiful undergiound structure of Gou's handiwork, and is 3 miles in A rilveiy stream ot purest wattr linds its way through this dark piis-.m- e which, when brilliantly ligiue i nit. i caudles and torches (as it uuauiiai.iiduy, October 21 (adds to the buiutx ot this little rivulet. "In all the sky there was not a cloud, The merry birds wcro singing loud." When, at 7 o'clock sharp, ou this beautiful luurniug, the merry crowd mounted their horees at Jonah Wagers', and with 13 miles of rugged roads before us, we made the start. We rode on a short dia-t)Mf.l ntl.l tlinrn ,'n .en... i. .! .. n I 1... ........ glad oices, including Mr. and Mrs. Jess Edwards, our chaperones. As on aud on we rode our crowd increased until about 83 composed the number. The mountains never looked more beautiful as nature is fast changing her summer garments of green to her autumnal robes of varied colors. Never did the hills and valleys ring with such music ss when thebC merry voices echoed and far and near. The 6un was high in the heavens when we arrived at the foot of Wind Mountain. Ilere we hitched our panting hoises and clambered up the steep path that leads to the opening of the cave. We stopped to reat, and placing our well filled lunch baskets upon a large stone, we left them safely guarded and lighting our lauterus and candles we entered the darkened chambers of this noted cave. No sound was heard save the piercing screams of numberless bats aud the soft ripple of the tiny stream After exploring numeious passages we drifted balk to daylight. The noon hour was near at hand aud in the shade of these large projecting cliffs we spread our dinner. A moie sumptuous repast was never spread and all bountifully partook of the good things. In going through this cave in the forenoon we found that caudles aud lanterns were not brilliant enough to show oil lnih. lvgJ Ml SI Oioiing, IN RICHMOND, which article needed. Q II h m Nr .I,,, n if W 5x ":::: SL:'9" fl IAii.-- l We have iust received the largest line "f j tioo 9 o eo o tB uercoots, Underwear $ fd fvi Ea si r yt nuw IB..?,- q ivf- Oct. eg '9 B wc bought early bof re the tariff was put on la... (to. woolens and can give our customers the beiu At of 30 per cent, on every Osa..-..- Measures Taken for Suits and Overcoats Made to Order. Fit Guaranteed at from $10.00 UNDERWEAR AND HATS AT PRICES NEVER OFFERED BEFORE AT up. pi C9s... esj The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond. . - TOUFFE ' ii fr "k a & a... - f i T w w w w W W ?; 77is7Sf77 vi' m ;r.y, aoer " 4iVi4V"Tsr. m V. rs 'r a - v w v a, v khs ' r rw iVr- -! x v - rj m raKfcllJZfaeKJ v vZ?w 'ftfcV-JM'if-'- n 2i:::r ixi yJ&jj Can ft BY CATHASSTIC FRElTOhiDO -- THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long Troubles and Consumpton Cured. be 189G? Let it answer yes or no "Will ! KICIIMOXD, - - KENTUCKY. (ili-over Taylor's Hardware store, Court House, on Main Street. e tp II. B IIOUCJ, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Rli IIMONI), Office No. 13 First St., up stairs 31-3- 0 (iUANT E LILLY, ATTORNEY-ATLA- IlllllM'iMl, - - Kextucky. Office S. T. corner Main and Second streets up htaii. "Will practice in all the courts, of Madison and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. J.C. & D M. G1IENADLT. A TTORNEYS A T LA W, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over Chen-anliV- t grocery. PHTSICIA17S.- - DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, BiciiMoxn, ... Kextccky V Telephone at office and residence. DR. II. R. GIBSON, ' YSICIANAND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmoxi). ibilities. If they continue to win victories, they will. approve their commissions. If they lose them, they, in turn, will have to pay the penalties of defeat. Where we can, we shall support them. Where we cannot support them, we bliall enter no factious opposition to them. Wc go to political annihilation with perfect composure without a single resentment, or regret having fought out to the bitter end a profound conviction in peifcct fairness ntidgood faith. There are many suggestions which the vote of Tuesday summons to the minds of thoughtful' people; notably, the results in Maryland, Greater New York anil the city of Louisville, incident to the elimination of strife and the union of parly foice.-s-; and as the smoke of battle clears, wise men may perhaps liud it salutary to take these iuto conRut. for the present, we sideration. shall leave the moral of the conflict now ended to imprcts itself in its own way upon the masses of the people. Aewe said in the'beginning, and have said during the progress of the battle, we ic- neat now : from none ot tins consequen ces of the fight we have made for what and sound we believed jti-- t puncie ideas, have we the lean disposition to shrink. Had we the whole thing to go over we thould not veer a hair's line from the course we have pursued; and, reviewing the leiord, we recollect no word, or act, which we would recall. What the rest can stand, we can stand. With charity for all, with malice toward none, we shall continue to do business at the old stand precisely an if nothing whatever had happened; relieved to be rid of all responsibility in party atl'airb; glad to go to the tear of the columns; quite assured of our ability at all titiito and under all circumstances to liokl our own with friend or foe, and certainly indifferent whether the case in point be a fight or a foot-race! pledge itselt to support the Democratic nominees for President and Vice President in 1900, and in good faith to support the platform on which they will stand? Let it answer yes or no ! Until these question arc answered in the afllnnative the Democratic party would sooner take a viper into its bosom and warm it into life thau admit the Courier-Journto its ranks. Courier-Journ- al al the TRANSFERRING THEIR FACTORIES. the splendors within, and in the afternoon one ot the number was kind enough to make us torches of lich pine which, when lighted, shone like the incandescent light. Again we isited these dark chambers and beheld the splendid stiucture iu all its beauty. At 2.10 o'clock we mounted our horses and turned our faces homeward. As the sun was sinking iu the far distant hills, the last ot the party, composed of Miss Ella Park, of "Wugersville, 01 r. Jauics Paik, of Station Camp, and .Misses Katheryn McAfee, Ida l'aik aud Or. T. P. Gardner, of Irvine, checked their leius and spent the night aud fol ipwing nay at the hospitable home of Jonah Wagers, and never was hospitality shown us in a more gracious way. Manx, many thanks to the host and family for their kindness. Trusting that wj may yet enjoy another trip to the cave, 1 remain oue of the paity. Etc. DELAYED. CURE CONSTIPATION "jOTRtw; ww ww?ww y HIMproperty atrainst homes and Vn Eminent Xew York Cfremfat ami Sctextkt Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. 1L5J3: WW W ABSOLUTELY GUARUHEED J pic and bcctlct free. Tl jM. STERMNfi KKJIKHT I O.. Chicaro, 3!ontreal. Can.. SSi crf n fCljfCT t DRUGGISTS t ork -- ALL business Insure your ": n. Fire Tornado. . ..- Oifice in the Jce Cc.lins building, 8 and to Secj- ond Street, oer Wane ..old drugstore. CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office np ttair over New York Store, corner 46- Main and First ttrceu. Richmond Medicine and Surgery. Ofhce Collins Buildinc, MainStreet. Telephone nt resilience (the Carr place) on Broadway. II. C. JASPER, M. D - icrefuia Snahe-yft- e in its subtlety. It lies hidden for years in the ambush of the blood, and when it strikes it voids its venom alike on strength and beauty, disfiguring the one and rmdennining the other. Richmond, Kextucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kextucky. RtrmtoxD, OKce in Smith Building, No. 104 Main Street, np ttairs. Office hours 11 to 1 ani to 5 o'clock. Consul General Osborne announces that, as a result of the fading oil" in ex-pto the United States from Great Britain, a leading tinplate manufacturer and some woolen manufacturer are pre paring to tian&fertheir manufactories to the United States. In making a pio hibitive protective wall mound the United States, across which it is impossible for the foreign manuf.ieurer to send his goods, the architects and backers ol the Oingley tarifl'did not count upon the contingency of being compelled todivide the home market with European interlopers. But if Consul General Osborne'h informatian be correct the game of skinning consumers in the United States will be gleefully participated by smatt outsider". Though wo shall keep out the goods, there is no clause in the Din-gle- y act which will keep out the foreign factor and his faciory. Just as alien labor swarmp to our shores to compete with native brawn, so tue alien manufacturer will come hither to share iu protective plunder And why not? It is only when inside competition pulls down inordinate profits and makes of the home "market a place too narrow for honest business that the hollowncss and hope lessness of protective theories areexpojtd. The vagaries of the taritl makers which compel the transfer of manufacturing operations from one country to another are no new thing. Whilst the McKin-le- y taritr was in operation certain rhila-eelphmanufacturers and merchants found it a necessity to establish themselves in England. France aud Ger many, where they profited by free trade or the employment of cheap labor. By persistent over protection of our shipping we have completely lost our international ocean carrying trade, and have transferred it to enterprising foreigners. After further experience we may learn the lesson that freedom ol trade as well as freedom of the individual is the best nourisher of national greatness. The people of the United States need nothing so much as to be let alone to manage their affairs with as little government as possible, aud without either co'diingor meddling by legislative ia care-takers. CORRESPONDENCE. SILVER CREEK. Miss Mary Ballard .Minnie I An I I imperfect skin lORf is always caused by a I bad blood. Remove the I I cause Improve your a AJL jLmJjLld I blood. How? By tak-ing- the blood purifier I that has stood the test q acres, as a The undcrsiRncd has a farm of for thirty years whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at I private sale; situated at 0rfefD??thr& -' a wfiJ ca- - tSj?.!WHITE'S - STATION, Ike g&arsapanliaj Je2-l- y 1 - FARM 20l I represent two of the most reliable Insurance Companies in the Initeu otates ami respectfully ask for a share of your patronage. S. F. ROCK, 2f.', See Street, 'Up Stairs). & The distinguished New York chemist. T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery ef a reliable and absolute cure for Ceasaniatfon Pulmonary Tuberculosis) ami all Lreflrhial. throat, lung and chest diseases, stabfeorn coughs, catarrhal affections, general dechBB and weakness, loss of flesh, ami all retHhtfefts of wasting aav, will semi T11RKK tKKK BOTTLED (all different) or his New Dfeeev-erito any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His -- New Treatment" has cured thHafH$s permanently by its timely use. ami he consitt-er- s it a simple professional duty to snaVriBK humanity to donate a trial of k mfaibbte cure. science daily develops new wotnlers. ami this great chemist, patiently evperimeBtiaK fer years, has produced results as benificUl te humanity as can be claimett by av rhhIcim genius. His assertion that lumc trtmMes awl consumption are curable in aHy cHutate is proven by "heirtfelt letters ot frratKmie, filed in his American and European fall 0 rat o ries in thousands from those enred is alt parts of the world. Medical experts concede that bronchial, chest and lung tionbles Wad to CowswmptigR. which, uninterrupted, means speedy ami certain death. Simplv wnte toT. Slotum. M C. W PiM d"Tor-s- s street New York gi nsmtotri ' address, and the fret metl i :m w U n npt-l- y sent Sufferers shon.rt take instant j ajutage of his generous nn iM'sitmn lMcase tell the Dttt ir that uu saw hi fftr )!. I in the Richmomdi v es ii-Jt- v is visiting Miss Dunn, at Kirksville. The. Irish potato crop is a complete failure in this part of the couuty. John W. Allen, ot Greenville, Teiin., & LlvercttM for IJver ills, is visiting his brother, I. A. Allen. The Famous Little Lira- PUb. P Toinpie, the infant soil of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Palmer, has been quite sick. Sold by D Z. & T. IJ. Taylor, Farmers are busy cubbing their corn. Waco, Ky. is uoT shucking out as well as expected It James, C. Adams sold his wheat last TCbo can think come elm Die Idea tMnglo patent? week to J. B. Walker at 90 cents a Wanted-- An vou PmtMt Tfmr thv m.1T CO.. PatentHealth bushel. AttorWrltB JOHN WEUDEllUtJUN neys, Wtunlngioii. D. C for their S13H prlto O'er Sirs. G. B. Turley and son, John, of and lbt of two hundred Urcntloiia wanted. Richmond, spent Sunday with Mrs. Dr. on the waters oT Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison QUART BOTTLE. 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 cash, $ TERMS Sale will be made For particulars, balance to suit purchaser. SI WILLIAnS, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. Detroit,-flicl- i. 3 address JT I pn hz, At- Vti. "Ifli CJ 3 VS t-- 5 CO YEARS XPEBIENCZ. M !Pi ai Z I I I It has thousands of happy friends. Quart Bottles sell every-where at $i. I one-thir- Geo. D. White, 5 feb2-t- f White's Station. Ky. ::SADDLERY.:$: The Promptest tention, IBICB Tlie Finest Itigs, Tlie Safest Drivers, AnTone sending a sketch and d?9CTlptlon u.y quickly ascertain, free, whether an iDTenti- i s probably patentable Comnmiica.tion etn tly patcnit contldentlaL Oldest aceney frre--urt- n In America. Wo bare a Uabinatt n offi . Patents taken tbrouiiU Itunn & Co reccUo pedal notice la the TRADE MARK3, DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Stc. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beantlfallr Ulastnttetl. lrcet circfcitln ef any scientlflc Journal, etkly, ternu HXS a year; fUJdsix moiitlis. Spedmra copies axHtllAD IUmjs. OS I'atents sect free. AdJxec MUNN &. CO., 361 ltroatlnai. Nor York. 23-- 1H.AII- Ilockaday. Gilbert Mason rented the Field farm near Kirksviile. He will move about December. Miss Daisy Campbell, of Richmond, is visiting her sister, Miss Mary, at Mr. B. F. Brown's. Rev. Henry Millerleft for Versailles Wednesday after holding a weeks meet ing atKirksville. Rev. liriney, of Kirksville, preached to a good crowd at Blythe school house Suuday evening. Miss Merdrue Prancis, of Richmond, 6pent from Friday until Monday with her aunt, Mrs. B. F. Jones. Miss Marion Burnam, who is attending school in Richmond, spent from Friday until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Burnam. Hon. J W. Bailey of Texas, leader of the Democatic side in Congress says of Gov. McCieary, with whom he served several sessions: "I regard Mr. as one of the most able aud truest men in the Demociatic partj in Kentucky and am satisfied he can redeem his district by being the nominee of tho Democrats next year. He 6hould be their choice without any opposition Mc-Crea- ry JZJE9a riLl"'liLBar!-taC- ni c . The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," ONE OF TWO WAYS. For Salle ! Forly-tlire- e aciesof Iaml, 12 acres of a which is river bottom land, with good dwe'Iiiig house and stable thrown in. One quarter milu from Shearer's water tank, on Otter Creek. For further particulars cull on or address firbt-clas- P. B. BROABDUS, e harness, cheaper All kinds of than can be bought any where in Richmond. Give us a trial and be convinced. Satisfaction hand-mad- The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to any hum except by one or tuowitj. ot The tir&t way is from imjierfect action ot the kidneys. The second way is fnmi careless local treatment of other diaeiwsj. di.-ea-se septl5-3m- J.B GRIMES, At Walteb Geo. White. Livkry Stable. Azn ell's feb2t-t- Hunley's Old Stand. No. 26. UK0. W. RILEY 3- 3- Unhealthy urine from unhealthy is tlie chief cause of MtwMer troubles. So the womb, ltk the Madder, was created for one purpose, if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or d'sease, except iu rareca-e- s. It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, therefore any pain, disease, s, or inconvenience manifested in the back, bladder or urinary pjuae often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort. The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set your urino aside for twenty-fohours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mikl and the extraordinary oiFect of Dr Kilthe treat ki lne and mer's Swamji-Koo- t, bladder remedy, is soon realized. If yi,H need a medicine you should have tlm best. .At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample b.Ule and pamphlet, both sent (nc by mail. Mention the Climax and send yoi.r address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., ISinuhauiton, N. Y. Tho proprietors of tHs jmper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. kki-uejur CHISr CATJS3. n Ford. Kv. ad b"&WBV Q ft BTAAcnE and RntnMATiPM relieved l)r. Milca" Nervo Piasters. guaranted. f mmm o W&MMwM sz"-i ?-r- II niiiij w cc n s H 03 x3TuA:oiriD7 i Ik i?yP$ XWhm.. X.JH WW? o K o O Ky., Recommends Wrijjht's Uelerv Capsules. Slielbyville, Kv., Slay 2U, '96. To Wright .Medical Co., Col., 0.- -. Gents I have purchased a box of Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. N Middelton. ilrur-lif- t, and used them foi Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti nation and found that they enve me im mediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. W. Riley. Of Shelbyville, O B' o i- - MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CURI ME A MAN AJAX or7. 1 m potency, SloeplHsnaM.0tc? caoM. br Aboaa or other Kxceeaea una India They ifuicily antt urttr cretloas. Vitality In old or joanc. and rontons fitmaaforud)-- . bntilnena or m&rriac. frervnt Inssnitr and ConaumDtion ii taken m time. Their no ahowa imTnedlato iciprov most and electa a CUBE when all other fail In-t- st cpoi harlnd iho (renal no Ajax Tablets They hare cared thouaanda aud will care too. Weatr apoe-itir- e written ffuaranteo to eSoet a enra CA OTC in each coa or refund tho money. Vrice vU w I O per packaee; or aijc rkfrs Cfnll treatmentl for T1BX, By mail in plain wrapiwr. opon receipt of price, fircnlar aa I ireo. 4Wa-- a . i IU- WW.V l;Wrrou IHnMsFllin3 Ixt Men; K CJd F'h c,, :JJ s3S&2&zgfijZlt& 05 si x whatever.'' G. W. EVANS, M. D., Physiciax axd Sbkgeox, Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. Agere Sarsapamia is a specific for scrofula in its worst and most malignant forms. Scrofula is a blood disease. Ayer's . Sarsaparilla is a blood purifying medicine. Mineral medicines only drive scrofula below the surface. Dr. J. C. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a vegetable remedy and it eradicates the disease. There is no remedy for scrofula equal to Ayer's Sarsaparilla. long-standi- DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond. Drt1reml residence"" Thlnl Irtft. ... surrender. It is not a proposition to give its allegi ance to tho Democratic party anu sup port its policies. It distinctly repudiates the party prin" ciples, as announced in the party platform, and only asks permission of the victors to take a sheltered position in the rear, where it can shoot tho party with greater ellect, aud where it may get in position to, open the gales of the citadel to the allied forces of monopoly in Silver Creek is lower than it has been Senator Morgan's condition is reportin years. ed improed. GRKNITE JJfD mch2l-ly MrUPACTURER AND DEALER IN S) 7VYOrSU7VSeNTS, ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK. v UPMcnv m CUh. - Herndon. For sale; In Richmond, Ky.. by Hafran y Ub3-l- A -- vi DR. PETER FLUCK'S- - W. L 00U0LAS SO JO DENTAL STJRG3ET. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond. Orrica Smith buildinc. Main Street. Office hours, 90 to is M. ; tioo to 4 1. M. nrPraciice limited to dentistry. and 11XJ0. These ovettuics aie made because tho Democrats of tho Stale have cut it oil and will not roaJ it, and it sees in Tuesday's verdict the allirmation of the order of the Frankfort convention for it to "'go to the .Republican parly w here 1898, 1899 fin. Merchants, llanVers, Law era, and nil economical men wear W. U Douglas Shoes beeauso they are the best. Far sale by m Ifcr q ftn HOE S iSMI For further particulars, prices, &c, address, HON. C. T. CALDWELL, - Madron MoDUiDental Woife. The Style. Fit and Wear could not be Improved for Ooublc the Price. of P.trker&burg, W. Va., Eecoramends Wrights Celery Capsules. Parkeksbhsg, W. Va., January 2C, 1905. The Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. HEAD imi ""P- Great German Remedy, mlPlliSlllsvA J. C. Morgan. J. DENTISTS, - A- - Yates. MORGAN & YATES, Richmond, Kentucky. - Dine OrpicB Main Street, over Madison National . x v JairfrrftiE TiVit' jfaBBfWEBHYTiaaW" I m. -& W JZ it belongs." It has fought against that convention aud its decrees with tlie aud sword, case of" "I was cared of a with treachery' and duplicity, and with Bcrofnla by Dr. J. C. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. every agency known to coirupt political Tqs disease first manifested itself when I was a child, by Lreaking out in red blotches warfare, and it has lost. Now it comes all over ray body. I was not free from the asking that it be given back the patrontroBble until I took several bottles of age it has lost, that.it be restored to public Ayer's Sarsaparilla. That effected a jmsv confidence, that it may como into the jaanent care.'' Mes. E. H. Sxtdhh, Lehigh r toe, fa. : DeiBoeiatic household still, amted for ( , " ss n ' . . . n -- 'HNSSfc WP i. W. L. Douglas $159, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are the productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. We make also $20 and $2.25 shoes for men, and $ZiO, 52AX) and 51.75 for boys, and the W. L. Douglas $3.50 Police shoe, very suitable for policemen and outers having much walking to do. letter-carrier- A New Cheap Cask Grocery AND FRUIT HOUSE Opened next door to Richmond National Bank, quote a few of our prices : Best Granulated,8uirar20 lbs. for Arbnefcle's Coffee 2 lba. for . . Best Brand Can.ed Corn TJic, 2 for Bent Brand Caaied Tomatoes 3 cans BestMapVa Leaf Larl. 4 lbs. for Bed Star WashjBoards Bst Coal Oil p?r gallon for . .. Pnra Stick Candy 2 lba. Pure MlreJ Candy 2 lbs. for ..... T1 - V 1- - vly Below we $100 25 15 25 25 10 1C Waaro constantly adding new styles to oar already larRO variety, and there Is no reason why jou cannot lo suited, so insist on haviup: V. L. Douglas Shoes from your Wo nso only th8 host Calf, Russia Call for... .., - thjslclans IliSlllSllI gjsljlgi (all colon), French latent Calf, 1'rench Enamel, Vicl Kid, etc., graded to correspond with prices of tho shoes. write ,. . -- -- ..- If dealer cannot supply yon, DOUGLAS. me a call and be Convinced. j"' 'Other goods injproportion to numerous to mention, Give Wholesale and RetaiL .. .... .. ... . Tmi&5im . IS 13 Gentlemen: I have been using W right's Celery Capsules since November, 1894, and find them to be as recommended. I first bemn taking them while at Hot Springs. Alk, under treatment for Sciatic .Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which 3 had been a long sufferer. I fouud the Celery Capsules pave me great relief from the beginninj: and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited. I recommend them to any and alt puffering with like afilictious or eithei of them. Very truly yours. Charles T Caldwell. SoldbyT.S IJagaa, DrngsasU Trice 50c ents and 1 .00 per box. Call at drugstore a&d Re' free sample. -- j 4f)$ cs.. For the ana Inimetiiato Eclief Positive Cure ei SlaiilMllll NEURRLGIR. na Indorsal by physicians of ibe bibct ntamTlng "bozsz. 2CJo. For Sia ar Alt t)ai,'CcrT. ierr a W.L BresktM,ll3M. ,,UaTat.OtU7S-i)SEE- . III. . Per Sale by i-- FREEMAN.BROS., Richiaosd, Ky. . - : i. tijj r- -- - .'-f- e-' W'inftH Tm SflffaW'J'IMMaBaBlMBaWBBiTHSar - - - y . cs3t2T-3si-- "' " " 'O Li. mrfTTiJBTl nTrg 3 t - v a zGrn- mT3' ya Ta 1ilAr r . .avV Cl i" ' IiMlJMaBaHaBafcaaHTaaHafaBriSHSaMBanWRaW &SMrSSwlrmMViiSrf!ay AhAto- wf&XiwiiliFrtpttt2ttJi, .Xrt 6A flifBaaiiMMhir ffllfflala'aWlfBffawilM ;' If " G.JARGOLEN,. PropnWr, X -J HANMRAI.. aajr2-4- Js?0- - 6- u i-ii- U Q JW tTTi'TT l BKK4 c v;- 5j-,j','-''rai in caroi rarru rarrn ra mni-iLjn-iuj4-i- ujn IJ l m IB. m 'B i'lHP jM iDI' ,WT ' I GS sisisjmiiiisisui: ymmmmm&!mm$WI!MiMWMW ranu ,,jj frJ sar iint-jtjii-iiiiii raraJ raiTP ""ii "- - ii 11 riti.iitift'iKictrifaifcjmiraiainLaiii-ii.ii-'.ltJyjLjLiit.iL.-'- -- MWMm, Official Vote of TCadisoiv Comity, 1897. 1 Coroner m ? : : ES &A2s3 m d K)i Com iTYYTimTJJlYlTTlTfTJTliTIlJl r it i i f t t! i i ; s s -- AW"i!Kl0ourt S f!- - i1! U0S-F1- - M. 5 m Sheriff. Jailer. lAssessor' . dnt. ! S- - ? 3- - -- s : ? d ar ts SP 2 2 5- - . o 9 ? ? I 2 2 9 : "2. 9 ? : i j i i - ' Mm Notions m fe l g JLjflJ jQjiS llf 51ra IH-WE K -- iE3 0 --- " j i , -- - s. C 7 1 1 1 P 17 -- " - T" iSr I'fDf 9BI iHfl FnV? y7 KJS .ii M1- F) Yftrk Vi S7v - fmm BHftHl FMV City Hall University Chenault White Hull McCreary Tipton Waco KnvnnaiiKh t House- - Wil W. Sit Im&t 4& fSfl: b ...mK , : i Fvi YTfi Kingston Bear-wallo- IVI7 KiS4 ".'"e Duncannon . ,. kCK- 334 147 174 306 178 117 341 97 203 210 97 95 301 137 211 392 104 274 175 68 101 342 177 151 221 70 140 381 178 184 356 200 150 10 -- ZZ) ? - - ti 101 y F ? o : - ! 14S a 174 117 226 96 20S 278 ICO : e w n y - V 148 107 178 112 102 225 100 9S 133 207 103 277 00 1C0 178 151 70 142 108 185 195 143 108 86 ., .. -- r : 14C 3 40 10 7 1 1 1 1 7 173 174 1 114 116 1 215 232 1 95 95 1 210 207 4 27C 275 3 99 99 1 151 100 3 10 3 '5 Z iffi -- -' Rn 211 73 r ? 1 1 178 211 122 9S 106 207 133 277 104 106 OS 155 177 1 144 144 71 142 72 5 193 188 175 181 175 143 142 201 141 196 153 180 110 100 133 103 65 170 1C2 112 r 1 fin 3 "r 70 K7 lis " "' 210 70 fi- - - iin 114 72 20S 153 C7 110 175 110 210 101 231 91 100 97 208 133 2C9 275 107 273 101 70 100 151 181 148 142 70 144 185 169 189 144 193 148 cr, ins "" 2CG ks 77 70 155) 148 175 174 119 99 231 90 101 133 207 105 274 99 6S 177 101 100 133 101 iu 2CG 07 177 151 179 73 71 142 169 185 109 190 143 197 K0 149 141 182 144 73 J08 I ZZ 100 85. -- 74 102 155 150 173 191 101 181 112 115 215 K)l 231 104 95 100 98 134 205 132 211 105 274 103 278 67 100 67 9 178 151 176 155 70 144 71 143 172 180 173 187 191 140 196 146 86. 110 84 111 -LtK) - VJ --us ' 10S i m -- -- ' 108 112 178 230 99 97 100 206 133 274 105 99 66 100 177 153 150 70 143 142 165 187 184 206 137 142 ICO 89 8C iin m ii 172 115 226 98 200 273 j ; : ;- - a - : s : : 5bS f5 J0 - 150 104 17J- 113 .. 99 230 100 98 133 2C6 103 275 07 98 177 150 70 142 168 186 197 142 110 85 .. 39 19 24 17 40 11 6 3 17 28 2 20 11 13 63 13 8 10 5 18 114 28 46 10 SO 30 23 57 17 33 43 79 273 40 . xji KT ifKJi ftbzd KS) ffszk G fffiJE 3 13 20 14 13 20 8 3 Ki)jf pi mf$ 111 fTT? CJ ftUEB pin? Curlers 5c. Tracinu Wheel 3c. rack Hammer 5c Magnet Taack Hammer 10c. ocket Knivts oc np. Strainers 3c. Padlocks 5c np. Set Tea Spoons 4c. Set Table Spoons (5c. Scissors 5c up. Matting Tacks 2c a box. Pencil Sharpeners lc. Files oc and 5c. 10 inch Flat File Sc. DAM OTE A large consignment of Brooks' (200 ydsl Spool Cotton Thread, - all sizes, black and white. We will give our customers the benefit of this great purchase. We want to supply every household in Madison count- - with Brooks' Thread, at a price that competition Pins ! Fine Mirror. French broad plate $5 50, worth $10. Table Oil Cloth 13e vard. Uov'b Waif-t- s Motions llu 1". Ft.: 'I;r'rJ can not touch. 22 15 ffO fe&sSi YTz-- A .v. -i -- m .9 iu 17 'M - 13 .4 CSi Lt r'J SiSS ju 3 Ul m i TrS IXJ z :MlL U 'tl 2 d Igff ifjf S5 $7C3 l7Zl KV351 W)V Burniim Tevis 251 108 125 1 1 Crutcher I'oosey Newby 52 Biggerstuff Totals la jorities 3ftc 131 17ft 109 62 9SI 22-- J US 09 29C 13ll 150 29; 1111178 -- .58312732 4 2 4 110 120 107 . Ifit V'. 1 1ft: !.-1fi4 Iftt IftP 17 ! 03 4 100 99 03 90 00 90 102 70 94 1 66 05 H4 60 147 05 145 CO 145 65 140 147 146 126 146 126 148 126 147 127 145 127 173 174 10S 176 107 175 110 171 109 174 10S 129 128 110 124 121 108 1"ft 01 12f 127 112 122 104 11S 160 100 64 99 65 145 66 146 128 145 175 108 172 2S18 15C V'o 01 130 103 59 145 66 140 126 147 127 107 181 109 2SS4 127 101 109 125 104 102 03 146 173 2825 100 120 125 V'o liB 10- -' 01 14E 127 107 100 125 l'o 101 21 10 K8 f7 J?C3 JK.Vafi IrS . 1 Hi 2869 217 2828 1531 Vff 931 f ; ! 5)5 l-i. 2859 127 7 123 40 2850 2850 2724 28112739 2800 87 70 2790 48 196 1231 810 plE; mm Wm 'stir H.1!;- IfP - St I.' 4 OFFICIAL COUNT IN Trie CITY RftCeS. , MftGISf eRIftb RfteeS. UxiVKKSlTY. b I KSs MfP mm mm ii mm i !Si f? rTvZfl kSi r-lS Mngis'te Const'le Mayor. Judge. J.T. Jackson, Democrat, City At torney, 515 votes, no opposition. Court House. S Citv Halt,. -- Magistrate. Constable. Magistrate. (lay-Fis- Constable. 564 fc?Vl Ejg Butcher Knives 10c. Steel Curry Comb 10c. Waiters 10c. Match Sfaes-icHarps 5c up. 1 doz Fish Hooks lc. Firh line lc Whitewash Brush 20c. lion Glue 7c. Vegetable' Dipper 3c. Dust Pan and Brush loc. Children's Garden Sets Rake, and Spade Sc. Wash Pans 5, 15 and 23c. Imperial Enameled Steel'.vare Pan ISc. Iwking Glasses 10c and 20c. Picture Frames 15:. lin:e Kitchen Sdoom 3c. Tin Rattlers, with whistle, 2c 20 Marbles for lc. Ink 4c. . 5 Spools For 10 Cents. VARIETY OF I Ladies' Hnblier Combs, 5, 8, 10, in, 19 20 and 25c. Shoe r.laikini: 1, 3 ami 5c. Gilt Edge Shoe Drein20c Hooks and Kves lc card 2 doz enrd. 3 p'K)l Thread 10c. Safety li 3s 2 and 3c eaeh. Doi.--y fcoap lc cake. Smyrna touiiiet boap Sc. C. IS. R. ISall Glvcerine Soap 5c Cnti.-le 15. 'M, 40, 50, 65c. I-'- r. WE SHOW THE GREATEST o5 ff ff JT -- . Tar Toilet Soap 5c Bhu-kin- Nwp lOc- -3 for 25c Cold Cream Soap 5c I 2? JL A XS 3 r JL A f r Ever shown in this cit-- . We will take pleasure in showing you goods. Our immense stock of Hosieiy from oc to G5c. DON'T FORGET MONEY ON . Brushes 10, IS, 15. IS, 20, 2. and 3S' Hair Brushes with Gtass Fc Hair Brushes 10, 13. 15. 19, 28; 25c I)re8 Shields 5, S and 10c lc. l or&et Corset Clasps 5c Onr Pet ChihlV Wafet ISc Our Best Corsets 25c Cotton Towels 5 and 10c Linen Towels 5. S. 10. IS 1328, 25.:' n Ifoh Itoy CorMJtsoOc; lonj: wafcts worth 75c &-- WILL SAVE YOU - -- 4 . M s i - v. . xtx c ?: n 2 i - ij 0 o" -i? rr ? . il : 5i I I tS 2 i I 2. v.. I S. -- - I S c j. DlcTRICT, Xo. 2. District, No. 6. h. rKECINCTS. IStalTonl.. 233 Williams 3001Taylor ... SOI DlhTKlCT, No. 3. 496Gallovay 1341 HrHJB District, No. 368 7. 390 Wells Moores 370 Carson... Cotton... 38sJTerry""J fes imm IBJl ('oiirt 1Ioii(. Citv I 143 169 115i 118 Jail ... 433 430 144 106 1C6 159 ISC l"niT-.il- y 201! 22 4591 5 If ! 126 455 453 451 41 ' rSTixi T.itaN . MtiJiritii" 451 446 931 District, No. 8. 4. 212.Iohiison 218 ITnmin... 377Tudor ... Young.... 383IDozier 150, 299 Wont's ...- - 292 109 Metcalf.. 203 In the aboe table the District, No. 5. first named are the repub365 licans. Richmond district 462 Sandiin.. S65iFoot Creek're 32lViTnis'!i 324 in citv table. District, No. RHi Cl( SS i I r5T r5 !$ &3 fej Ss ffi Was Growing Worse Liver and Stomach Troubles Too Weak to Work Now Ablo to Do All The Richmond Climax. FDBLIHHrilIr.Kl WRDNESDA1 BV ThQ J. C Climax Printina 3 i Go. ) CHESAULT, A. D. MILJ.CH. C Proprietors sad Editors. E. WOODS. Associate Editor. PRICE PKIt YEAR, - $1.50 $1.25 1S97 motherless, born without sin, it came into the world and went right out again, did the Stanford Commercial. Republican- - The result of tlio election in Lincoln county as well as the evident uelessness of two papeis at Stanford, doubtless decided its Ohio prospiretors to discontinue. Nkgko voter after the election. The ollieial returns gives the Demo-- 1 like Meanwhile the Intetior-Journacrais anotlier member of the Legisla-- , "Can't you do nothin"."' Tennyson's Brook, goes on forever. So win-- I Hire from Louisville, Letterle Late Republican Candidates. "Go be it Selah!! ning by three votes over ():;den. to h 1." Tiik Democrats are in better shape Thk Constitutional Amendment for thanksgiving than the Republi- - was defeated. rails. Tiik turnpike bond issue carried Cotton was lower on Fndav, 55c. provided it required only two thirds , .Pt ism. of the total vote cast on that proposition. in fifty years. m ,"lrisanyot" Pencils lc. 0 Slate Pencils lc. SO Shsets of Paper 5c 50 Envelopes 5c 12 yards Lace 5c. Slates 2c, 4c, oc and Oc. 1 doz Collar Buttons oc. Brass Pins 4c. Thimbles lc. Tacks lc Kinbroiderv Silk 5c. 100 vds Spool Silk 4c. Clark's Thread 4c. Seaminc Braid 5c. White Tape lc. Hat Pins lc. Mourning Pins 2c Ihjx. Hat Webbinir lc and 2c yd. Webbing 5c yd. Lisle Webbing Sc vd. Silk Webbing 0c yd. Dolls 3c up. 1 doz Skiens Silk 7c. Filo Silk 3c 2 for oc. Rope Silk 3c 2 f.ir5c Tablets 1,3, 5, Sand 10c. Buggy Whips 10 15 20. 20 and 40c. White String Ties 8c doz. Biack Silk String Ties 10, 15, 20, 25c. Black Bow8 5and 10c. Silk Club Ties 10c new styh-s- . and 20c. doz Writting Pens 5c. 3 Penholders lc. Leather Watch Chains 5c. Kid Curlers 3, 4, 5 and 10. Ladies' Safety Hose Supporters and 15c Bias Velvet Binding 10 and 15c. Pocket Books 2, 3, 4, 5, S, 10 to 50c. Fan Scrims 10c. Bahy Ribbon 5c bolt 10 yards. Ladies' Chemise 50 to CSc Muslin Skirts 50 to 75c Zinc Trunks $1.25 to 5(3.25 10 1 Mucilaee 4c. -- C! oaks 7 C ape e an For Ladies and Misses. Nk-- Cloth Double Cape, silk topped and trimmed, for 6'1.75 ; can not be duplicated in this city for $'2.7o. Feather Boas 4Sc to SS.00. . Cool Corsets X5c Mountfin'b Corbet 50c Dandy Waists 45c We hamlle V. 15. and R. A G. Corsets Ladies' New Collars 10c Suspenders 5 to 50c Table I.iner. 18 to 05c 1 gross Suspender Buttons 5c Hair Crimper 3c kz The Shell Hair Pins 5c doz up Lace Curtain. :HV up Curtain Pol-- s lCc, conipk'te; P.iraso!s S'Jc up ffti Felt Window Shades 10 and loc Opaijue and Linen Shades 20 awl 25c Machine Oil 5c Nutmeg; Graters lc Taylor's Adjustable Embroidery Rinjrs 25 and U5c Cologne 5 to 5.V Hue Combs 3c up Boi-ke- t s & x- - Our Millinery Dep artme nt Don't buy your Hat before seeing our Mammoth stock of Hat. This Mammoth Store carries and will bave you money on Ladies'. Men's and Children's Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods, all kinds Notions, Dress Goods, Linings, Carpets, Oil Cloth (table and floor). Men's and Ladies' Hats and Caps. Capes and Cloaks, Embroideries and Laces, Underwear, Hosiery, Dolls, Ribbons, Trunks, Telescopes, etc. Combs ;5c up xVhik I'.roopis. wilh velvet lip. 10c Tooth Brnshi-- 5, S, 10, 13, 10; 23c 12 li z Buttons 5c Men's Working Hiirts I3c up Men's Laundried Shirts 23o ap Feather Ousters 15, 20, 23c HoorOil Cloth 171 to 23c Capets 121c up STAPLE DRY GOOD.'. 1Sm1 Ti kina 3, 1 S, 10 ami l&r ( ah eo :le up (5i!t Edge Cotton 5c yard, yil wide Canton Flannels 5, 01, 71, SJ, 1, 12 and ' Wool I)nteis 15c Is now in full blast. Her Housework. School Cravon 10c box. IN ADVANCK, WEDNESDAY. NOV 10, A .great tidal wae of prosperity A. J. Cakkoll, J. C. Sinseand E. H. struck tlie country on Nov. 2. The Haither, State compiiiui committee for Republicans can't see it that wy the Hatmacrnts, have concluded they but the majority of the people lo cauuot inauaKe a camp lign worth a d , Fiiom latest returns it seems that Poor Hiudman oin-e- highly respectWi: put the X ray on the Republi- Hon. Marcus A. Hanua will succeed ed by the Democracy of Kentucky now cans. The Democrats put the X himself as United Senator ftoin Ohio. lias their utter contempt. Even the Pantograph. mark where it did the balance. Republican despise him because of his Are you proud of that? weakness and his inability to help them Tin: majority rules; the will of the Dr. IIuxtkk goes to JGuatemala, more than he did. people is hiipreme. Pantagraph. Dr. Deboe to Washington, and Tutt Excellent Democratic doctrine. If Bryanism lias gained ground at no Your boss, Mark Hanua, says: "The Burnam to Frankford. Meanwhile important point, we may record with Republicnism in Kentucky goes to people be damned." god heart another iniioii.il victory. tliat knows no wakinri! slep N. Y. Sun, dav befo'e the election. olliccrs voted for in Of thirty-fiv- e As Bryanism triumphed at several Tkx thousand of the enrolled peMn.lir-oon Tuesday of week, important points record a national the Republicans got only eight two tition signers whose flattering man- victory anyhow. ue date to place Hiudman's name on Magistrates, two Constables, Mayor the ballot for Clerk of the Court of and three Councihnen. s of Ix a county where Appeals was heralded abroad, did A max named McCreary was deits taxes are paid by the Democrats, not vote for him. as in Madison, it is not to be wonfeated for Marshal of Frankfort. He Joirx Thoki'e telephoned from dered at that the people wish their was a Republican. Moral: Don't go under the log cabin. This also Bert-- early in the day: "The Demo- affairs attended to by their own party. applies to Mr. Martin, of "Woodford. cratic news is too good to be told." .None out Democrats on guartl" is a That put Richmond in a flurry and good motto. Bbxjamin Pkkky, Democrat, de- when the result was announced John feated W. L. Yerkes for Mayor of Thorpe's prediction was true. Ik one wishes to know the true esParis by 15 majority. Yerkes is a timate of the leaders of the RepubliTiiky beat us in the countj , but brother of Collector Yerkes, who the city of Richmond lias been re- can party for the negro now that made a speech in Paris in his brother's deemed. Thanks, for this much. some of the best of them have dared behalf. to act with the Democrats, just get in Paniagraph. Let the redeemers get to work be- their neighborhood and hear them Dy voting for those men under the say "damn treacherous nigger." rooster our sound money Democratic fore their Salvation Oil runs one. frioiuls who seem to have had such The Republican party can blame noThe Mexicans missed the greatest an aversion for free silverism and body for their defeat except them- oppoitunity of their live? when Wilother ism-- ,, voted for Bryanism. Pantagraph. selves. Two years of bitter and liam Jennings didn't visit them From the Pantagraph's syndicate Evidently relentless faction fighting could but thought, of two evils Bryanism is the produce disaster. They fell into a editorials. Mexico might have profited by his lesser. ditch which they themselves dug. visit, as did Democracy in Kentucky, Repuklioax principles were not which triumphed wherever the aforedefeated in this fight because thev said William Jennings spoke. were not assailed. John L Bosley in Paris Reporter. With three in doubt, the Lack of principles, Bosley. lack of next Legislature will ba comjiobed of principles, was what defeated the old 100 silver men and :i Republicans. Two Main and Broadway. heifer. of the doubtful districts have probably If Kentucky and New York had elected silver men. Thus saith the Cou-riJournal. If the above is correct gone Democratic in 18!6 Bryan would there will be 102 Democrats and 30 Rebeen elected President. Likewise Kentucky would have gone Demo publicans in the next Legislature. cratic had the Dispatch been issued at Tin: Republicans are shifting the the cornea of 4th and Green, Louisresponsibility of the result of the ville, Ky. election. Some lay it on Deboe, or McKixley says he is well pleased Hunter, or Bradley, or McKinley or with the result of the election, which even on Todd. While all of them are means he is easily pleased or else he in one way or another responsible, to There is a standard of every- believes it ridded him of Mark Han a certain extent, the principal responna s inlluence. If the voters tickle sibility rests with the voters who are thin- ghim that way again he will laugh tired of the whole gang. A STANDARD OF VALUF. himself to death. Personally, we like these newly A STANDARD OF MERIT. The result was brought about by chotcn oflicers and hereby extend to money and by working- ui tnem that fellowship wh'ich basso use A STANDARD OF STYLE. race of prejudice Pantagraph. long made us one people and one Race prejudice! And the wood nation. Pantagraph. TIJ E STAN DA RD CARPETS arc cock fell over as dead as a Luetzert Is it pie you want? If so you put a those we handle. sausage. Race prejudice! Iu other fly in the butter when you say: "By resorting to the usual words, but why add to the agony. ICO BETTER GRADES methods-- the Democrats were Were ever shown. The Indianapolis Sentinel says: enabled to triumph." After these elections no one can de NO BETTER VALUES Gk.nerai.ly speaking the returns from ny that the Democratic party is for thirteen States New York will Were ever offered. the Chicago platform, and it is use- illuminate the gru.it question as to the NO BETTER PRICES less for any one who pretends to be a extent to which i lie natural and usual Were ever made. We make it Democrat to countenance an organiza- reaction after such a victory as that of 189G pretion working in opposition to the sent, has affected the politics of the electo your inteaest to buy now. N. Y. bun, day before the Democratic party." tion. did not carry a single The "great question" Eeems to have Hindmax precinct iu Adair, his home county, been sufficiently illuminated, especially which gave him a total of only 61 out in New York and Kentucky, Eh? of a total of 2,700 votes. Of the 13 The Low conspirators are engaged in precints four gave him one vote a movement which, if not smashed, will each, and two gave him none. And send a Democrat to the United States succeed I'd ward Mnrphv, Jr., this is fame! The county, always Senate to will THIS WEEK a Democratic GoverRepublican, went Democratic this of Troy; a fullelect of Democratic State nor ami set oflicers, and will eventually, in 1900, CORDUROY (with or without year. New York State to box) SI2.50, $13.50, $15.20. Sitce ever thing went Democratic turned overPresidential candidate. the N. Democratic Y. Sun, day before the election. last week the London Times says; LEATHER, full size, ; The outlook is not very cheering eithThe "movement was not smashed,'' 0 er for vlu the United States or for those hence weconcludeihattheSuu's prophhaving business or political dealings ecy will be fulfilled. "If you see it in the with that countrv." San it's true." We don't vote to please other counRepublican Candidate Bailey swung tries every year, like we did in "J6. Besides, you are not so very warm. around the State crying "Where is Shackelford? He's afraid of me! He It required two dayp for Mr. Watter- - can't speak! I'll pay his expenses if he son to recover his power of speech and meet me." NOW IN PROGRESS. to dig himself out of the debris under Now we hear that Mr. Bailey is dead which the National Democracy was buri broke an J owes SoOO barrowed money, ed but he writes from the. rear of the while Shackelford won his race, mar and can piitccsM'iu iu language that makes the ties a wealthy girl Hearts ol liia old friends and foimer as laugh best as he laughs last; he will alsociates bleed, to tell his followers that so eat chicken pie Instead of crow A they are n good U article is "completely annihilated." His good speaker may be good clerk, but reprinted in full on our outside it dosn't require of a cleric to be a pages, together with the hot responce of good spoakerVor a good runner either. Ky. Lexington, scvLl-the Dispatch. Eli, Mr. BaileyY n Tin: hatchet is buried. "I waa under the care of a physician for two years and ho wa3 treating mo for stomach nnd liver troubles and female difficulties, but I only grew worse under his treatment. I waa so weak I could do hardly any work. I wa3 at last induced Read and be wise. This is the to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood'a Pills and these medicines have done me editorial utterance of the Springfi-l- d, O., Review, a Republican paper pub so much good that I now weigh 112 pounds and am able to do all my houselished by and for the Negro: "The negro was ainiin loyal to the work. I firmly believe I should have been principles of the Republican party. in my grave today if it had not been for Their vote was cast almost solid! v for Hood's Sarsaparilla. My little girl waa that party this time as it has been in afflicted with phthisic. I gave her Hood's the past Without that vote or even Sarsaparilla and it has relieved her." one-ha- lf of it the party would not Sins. R. S. IIakpsr, 701 University now bo celebrating a victory, but Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee. l, lip mm mm mm Eiorn! . Indies' Belts 10c Visit Richmond's Kost Popular and Save Money Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade, Outing Flannel 5. 7J anJ Wc Eiderdown 15 to 40c yd, aW caters India Linen 5 to 20c Ho9Krv3 to 65c Ladies' Vet Fleecol (with sleeves) i". 20 and 23c Mioses I'iihiii Snits 23c up Indies' Gowns 50 to 93c CLOTHING. Men's Suits $:; 50 Men's Suits $ 73 Hp d Men's Suils $7.50 to $10 All-wo- ol 15c M& s r3 Satin-line- Ifaiys' Knee Pant-- . 20c tip B-.' Kiue Suit-- j 7V to $' IS lat Is Blood Purifier. Lexington Republican sorrowfully, &.t the best la f act th e Ono Trno get Hood's. all druggists. Be sure to as he viewed a procession of negroes to take, celebrating Harrison's election in '88. it j S O'll c"re liver I1U. easyascents. nOOQ tr IS easy to operate, a wailing over a depided defeat." What is true of Ohio is true of nearly every State in the Union. "That's what makes Democrats," remarked fnnl JpiK A LJ g-K- g R k P B tti Hood's Sarsaparilla tooneto: T:sTriinHJaiilTa-5f74iJ-u"!ijg mm B7a0i7W0rrdair2JsrBrfiijIirr& ijrlJBipBfJHiJanlalrgJai rgJalShijaifBigsrafailrrap S3RlJTJE3 srTaraygrrdBriBwrrilHlJiaiRii ii s 8 $ A three-fourth- a Oxe year ago the Republican party said if the people of this great country of ours wouut elect McKinley President and a Republican Congress, there would be such an era of prosperity in this country as it had not witnessed in many ye.rs. By force fraud, corruption and deceit McKinley and a Republican Congress were elected, and what has been the result? The election last week everywhere answers the question. In the few instances where the Republicans were not overwhelmingly beaten, their former majorities were so reduced as to prove the disgust of the people and the great revulsion of feeling at the emptiness of Republicanism. before the country and the voters of the United States." To print such rot, free though it is, is an imposition upon intellicent people, misleading, cowardly dodging and false. The result of the election everywhere shows that. rBiilmMjrrip.n BhwsrBiiBlsriiusTsrsfiSJa' m 'gjfj The See Courier-Journa- l "Comes Back." Climax; also see how the Dispatch "comes back" at the Courier-Journa- l. first page of I pa pB Gang SSI li,v 0 BURN! ll-- 1 Si Pi jg Everybody Knows 88 m n i rzfcrTM I 1 these gentlemen CF.Brower&Co '! di-trc- ts ei Setting Up retraction is sufficient and satisfactory to the Climax, and to its request that we bury the hatchet we accede. That applies to personal journalism, in which it engaged. As to burying the political hatchet, we object. If that's the object of the meeting, we moye to adjouin to the battlefield. There will be a Congressman elected next year, a Governor the next and a President the next. To bury the hatchet can profit only that party which favors a still hunt. We propose to keep onr hatchet sharp for the Republicans, as they are already cutting their own throats in Louisville. Mr. Bkyak said in his speech at Lebanon that when a man leaves the Democratic party ho must leave his Democracy behind him! Likewise, the door of the Democratic party is always open for the return of prodigal sons. Now is a good time for those who have wandered away to come in, but they must not insist on taking charge of the house to put those out who have stayed in. They must subscribe to the family tenets and submit to the family discipline and stand loyally by the Democratic hou". Especially is this commended to the Courier-Journand those nev. spapers which followed its leadal The Pantagraph's Oh, yes, the Couiier-Jouru- al has conn back. It comes back in every issue. It comes with a shot or a knife thrust every-time- ? just as it did before the elec tion. It refers all the time to Democrats as "silverites." It designates Democratic papers as "silver." It refers to Democracy as "silverism." It will stab us in the headlines, stab us in the news, stab us in the editorials and stab the truth wherever the trutli would help the Democratic party. Yes, it has come back. Uut we need it not. "We have a champion now Big The ss pa IJS is just like putting at $5 bill in the llames EVERY LOAD of AnglE thracite you use. Wonderful Air Eli:1, It J 1 1 "J J mm on-of e 8 9 0 f i::;.i IBS Gives greater heat than Base Burner. Throws the heat on the lloor like a Base Burner. pa wis Holds the fire like a Base B nner. oral mm pa Bfrl pal Ii Burns Nut or Slack, No Soot mm (Sis: Will buy one of OUR FAM(1' SUITS that are vre'd made and will do you as much good as man- - more dollars. Will buy one of our FAMOUS MELTON ULSTERS or one of BEAVER OVER COATS that are well worth dollars more than we ask. Bu3's mW buy no other Louisville daily paper. It is the Dispatch. A and every Democrrat should or Dirt. ifg. pE3 a Standard. - to the Cincinnati Enquire of November 0, fays; Returns from 72 of the 119 counties of the state in regard to the vote on the constitutional amendment show a majority of 3113 out of a total of 49,000 votes cast. The size of the voU: shows that little interest was taken in the question, and where it was considered the voters outside of Louisville seemed to think it was somo nefarious gold-buscheme, and treated g special ilp m IT IS INDISTKUCTIBLE mm lijl AND AIRIGHT. Nothing like it ever before made. and be convenced. Sec it one of our CELEBRATED SUITS or one of our CELEBRATED ULSTERS that you hear m much talk about. If a want to spend as much, uo will show you a SUIT or an OVERCOAT that will astound you. U m D. I SUiri ! majority received Co., SfrtJ - liigh-hande- d , Special Couch Sale of the LesialatureappropriutiiigtheSlOO-00- 0 providing for tho appointment of Afteii tho many commissioners, etc., is void nnd can not which the gold Democrats received ers' ut). from the Pantagraph they very prop- be obeyed, because it was passed by the Legislature and this money appropriated The Pantagraph" prints a Syndicate erly turned a deaf ear to tho coquet- out of funds "not otherwise approprint letter every week from Washington. tish young thing and thereby spoiled ed,"atatimo when every legislatorknew, Besides being stuffed with common what would otherwise have been a or should have known, that the existing elation of McKinleyism, Dinglevism. case of "The Spider and the Fly." tax rate and levy were not sufficient to Hennaism and the like, it is neither Refusing to bo caught in tho net so pay the running expenses of the governup to date nor truthful, as tho follow- adroitly laid, tho gold Democrats are ment, to say nothing of the outstanding ing leading paragraph last Friday, thus sized up by the disappointed warrants and floating indebtedness. Mr. three days after tho election, will Pantagraph: Stoue may be ri:ht, but that remains to "THE JOINTED SSAKE WELL S show: bo seen. A court of competent jurisdicIT. "With the gradual dying out of the tion will pass on the question in innn free silver issue throughout the counWe have been told that there is such danius proeeediuc, when we shall know try, considerable interest is awakened a reptile as the jointed snake; that wbeather iirer. Stone is the '"greatl am" as to what the leaders of the Democracy will choose as the basis of fu- when struck it instantly Hies to of Kentucky or ut. ture principles upon which to go pieces, or to be more plain, unjoints "In Kentucky the victory" of the itself. After the offender has passed soft-soapin- gs ILLUS-THATE- it accordingly. Richmond, Ky. Those interested in the adoption of tho amendment are greatly disappointed that the interior towns, which would bo directly benefited, seemed to think it a dangerous thing, and according rolled up big majorities 000 appropriated for the erection of two The comparatively inconsiderable against it Tho returns from the schools of reform until hois compelled by vote received by Gov. Hindman; the mandamus to do so, holding that the act large plurality if it is not an actual counties s..ow some queer results. iP fpij You will want your son a Suit or an Overcoat, you can't afford to miss looking at ours. We can fit a bov from 3 years old up to anv ase. Our Suits at $1.00, $1.50,- - Our Overcoats at $1..V. $2.00, $2.50 for children j $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, ?.--. o Our Suits for boys or are world beaters. joung men at $4.50, 'Boots and Shoes that . 5.00, t I sell for $1.25, $1.50, m G.00. $2.25, $2.50 are su. t goods that you have bet paying more monev f 9 I - ford; the capture of the Legislature by a decided majority; the recon-"queof the city of Louisville, and the regaining of some counties here- by Air. Shackel- st counted themselves men; it will bo accepted by the country at large as a decision bv Ken tucky in favor of the Chicago platform as against both tho Indianapolis plat form and the Republican party." sound-money tofore lost, give to tho"Cuicngo Democracy the hopo of absolutely controlling Kentucky fn the congressional election of 1898 and tho presidential election of 1900. It will inspire their leaders; it will weaken the venal, , , tllU,! ..v.n.l .iiiu wkik who navel flmn-cnmri- i . ..u.v-.,,;!,- nn Give Us A ! 1 swear In Larg-Varietv. m I p5 v-J- p on, believing he has crushed te rep- Chicago platform is a Awarded and it would be mere weakne&B Highest Honors World's Fair, tile into a thousand atoms, tho wrig- to frankly acknowledge it tnd rot to gler gets himself together and goes crawling on as it nothing had Imp. wisely estimate its importance. That is tho conclusion of the Lexington Herald (Nat. Dem.) edited by W. O. P. Breckiuridgs and son. Contiunir.g, It says: "It is probable. that the vic tory won by the silver Democratic pany in Kentucky in tho spring of 1S93 gave such an impetus to that cause as to secure the victory which was achieved by it at Chicago. TJ)e convention which met in Louisville on august 2o, 1896, made the Indianl-poli- s movement a success, and thjit defeated Mr. Bryan, so it may be fairly said that to Kentucky was duo at AuDonSroE, who by the way, is large measure the triumph of the sil a mighty smart man and knows It all, ver wing ol the party at Chicaeo. anil says the Stanford Journal, says ho will in large measurewas duo" the defoitt not pay ont any part of the wiw.of "S100, of .Mr.- - Bryan In NovMntiAi? iiir. , "h " 'r.ft"" h- i p pened. The two wings of the Demo cratic party iu Keutucky are ory much like this jointed snake. 'J hey fly to pieces but jump together when- over it suits. These wings are together and liuing up for the Iray In J900, but it is highly probable that something unseen at k resent, will cause another unjointlng; ud another general defeat lor both wings. One thing is certain and that Is, the unjointed parts flew together on Tuesday. The figures tell It." grad-uallygetti- ng Taj lor Smith a young boy, wrs arrest- real victoiy, eil for robbing a drug store at Jliddles-bor- o. There is more Catarrh in tliis section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable.' For a great many years doctors prouonnced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing (o with local treatment, prououiue.1 itia! curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and requires constitutional treatment. Hair Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F Uieney& Co., Toledo. Ohio, islhe only uuiiatiiiiiunai cure on tue market. It nr . - ""-'"- j to uoses troui 10 to ateasnoonful. It na.u .. droiw blood and mucous Bufaces of the4jsteui They oirer.one hundred doW f?r caitfaifsto care. Send for C,"JWB ana testnaonkk. Addreee, ' CHENEY & CO:, Toledo. " i 'agsm&8gmA& " i Pv nK k feSif It .- - LOOK ri ifir . - a " i fSriiiiii nr 'ijiH S) i m - f 3 Oriental Rikj Sale CREAM DAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fr from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, A -- to-Ja- y, j i B i H" ' M """ IH B or boys. HH M M CifiBrower&Co lj ?S . 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. . a-s..-- . :t " . STR-j- . - Lt - o- --. 4L a. " .S. c .. .2!rV 1P,.7- r. UX.-f.- - .,, "t Sv-w- s-- l? . TT -- ? ?A. i A:X.- .r: i& rJk-- . ,J r -- - in. j. 5IKLWGJ j Si, ' L? K; Zk'fr TJ Fmair, Tk Tk latter. - 1 ; - t ' n j - - . "j ' s I The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 10, 1897. Burglars Captured. by THE CLIMAX with the guar- j5 antee that its circulation exceeds O that of an' otlierpaper published 'J in Richmond. o Advertisements will be received a c C Go To the Old Maid's Convention See Stouffer for underwear. M;'t-2Ti-G- in NightToliceman John All man arrested Monday and lodged in jail Wm. Ellis, Moses White and Jeff Johnson, Jr., all colored, charged with breaking into a freight car on tho It. N. I. & B. railroad on tho night of October SO. Eight pairs of shoes, case of soap and matches are known to be gone from the car. Johnson has served a terra in the penitentiary for his time having expired last April. Policeman All.man has had charge of the case and worked incessantly with tho above results, for which he deserves much credit. bu-glar- y, Back From Texas. :Jo9 acres grass land for rent. Sec ?id. See tax notice. Dec 1. Penalty added on Fresh oysters, celery and crackers at Gus Margolen's. new stock of buggies, etc. at John Donelson's. Fruits Hnd vegetables received dailv nt (Jus Margolen's. A Col. Jas. G. Dunn, tho champion rabbit hnnter of Madison, who, it "will be reniemhared, killel over a hundred rabbits in one dya hunt abott three years ago, returned home last week from Texas, when he has been for the past two years devoting his time in hunting wolves on Watts and Walker's bigranch. As proof of Col. Dunn's success on this trip, it is said that he has on exhibition at his home at Whites station a half a carload of woif and deer hides to say nothing about a string of Indian scalps long as a fence-ral- e. Get your groceries from Gus He will save you money. Mar-X"le- n. If I havn't what you want give mo your order subject to approval. John Doxelson. Domilory of C. U. Burglarized. On Special prices for Friday and Saturday in groceries at Gns Margolen's. in town like our University were all searched for missing ulster. Covington Mitchell. articles claimed to have been abstracted Mayor-eleSmith advertises for 10,-0- from some of the rooms theie. Among applicants tor Chiif of police. the missing article was a gold watclt Daughters of Confederacy meet at money, betiding, a suit of clothes, hats, Dr. Poyntz's residence, Friday Nov. 12, etc. Nothing was discovered, howeve-- , and the losers may have to suffer withat 10 A. M. out even the satisfaction of knowing Now is the time for an overcoat. who victimized them. This is not the Onne and 6ee our line. Coyington & first time the Hall has been robbed, Mitchell. either by some of the students themDr. landman Oculist of Cin- selves or by the servants. There is nothin ct Monday at noon the trunks of the men at the Memorial Hall of the t 00 cinnati will lc at J. B. Willis' 10th inst. IH. "Wetl-iiiNdn- y Our country friends should come to the Old Maid's Convention at the Court Mr. Wallace For Postmaster. JIoum' Fiiday night, Nov. 19. Mr. Colsy Wallace has probably the Rillard Hros, of Whites station, ship-ji- best chance to be the next postmaster of a car load of hogs Saturday, which Richmond. His party services and sacsoM forS3,G0 per hundred. slu-rifices, his capability and popularity, Whv buv indifferent goods when will render him a most formidable apvou can get good, honest clothing at plicant and others had as well draw in their horns. At the same time we hope Covington & Mitchell. ame price he nor any of his endorsers entertain for "For the good of the service" Colleca moment the desire to oust the present Yerkes has discharged 91 Demotor incumbent, Joe Willis, before his term crats. "For the good of the service" expires. He entered upon his duties turn out the rett. only after the term of his predecessor, Do you want the best values in a Mr. Powell, had expired, and he and his suit for the least money ? We have it. friends hope for similar ticatment. Covington & Mitchell. Its a hard mattor to keep a. stock Walljce & Uice, the popular shoe of vehicles on baud all the time; but merchants, accepted $2,00 for the dam- if you will leave vour order with me age done their stock by fire some weeks you will get what you want. ago. They are selling their goods at bed John Doxelsox. rock prices. Try them. Orderly Election. Have you seen our eight dollar To the credit of the county and canMiiib and overcoats? Covington & didates, it can be said of the late elecMitchell. tion that it was one of the most Talbott Jackson, like Sam Shack- remarkably orderly and quiet ever elford, was triumphantly elected, but held in Madison. Not a single disunlike Sam is too busy to marry. So turbance, so far as wo have heard, he gets his brother. Will, to marry in occurred at any of the precincts, order to keep all the good fortune in though at a number of places some of tiio boys are said to have been in the fie family. We tell yon we will save you money full employment of their drams. on every dollar's worth of clothing you This, however, was at the expense of those imbibing, as there was- no occabuv. Covington & Mitchell. sion for the candidates on either side On Wednesday, November 17, at dispensing this courtesy, so far in the : o'clock p.m. Mrs. S. M. Black will lead was one side and so hopeless the publicly rent 250 acres of grass land, cause of the other. known as the John A- - Duncan farm, County Court Days. at Duncannon. It will be rented in Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. two or three boundaries. Kichuioud, Madison county, lirbt MonHats and caps latest styles and lowsept-29-0ol '. - See Stouflcr and save money clothing, over coats and underwear. on Maid's Convenlion. Democrats, the lale would have been one of woe instead of rejoicing. Those who have never seeu this exSitiingon the steps of the platform tremely humorous farce should go was Wince Ballard, the negro man who early and get seats before the crowd has been as faithful to the Republican comes. The players will be from the party as any of its members, and who after thirty years of blind idolatry has married and single ladies of our city and oar regular standard medicine & had his eyes opei.cd to its selfishness in their ridiculously funny costumes and and hypocrisy. Said ho "for thirty caricatures they will simply bring down years have voted for the grand old Re& the house. The performers are being publican party. I have worked hard for its success, and spcut dollars, inv dollars, trained by Miss Willie Lear, of Nicholas-viflto put it in power. I had been told time an accomplished and experienced and again that the Republicans didn't J. HEWC0D, A.1L, teacher. Every lady promises to be for the negro only so far e there to see their sisters, their cousins Professor of Mathematics, Otterbein Uni as they could use him to advance their versity, Wresterville, 0. political interest. Last vcarl concluded and their aunts. Admission 50 cents; HALF-SIZBOTTLES, 50c I would test this, fori didn't believe it children half price; bachelors, 10 pel was true, s I asked them to let me run off for cash. At court house, Fridav, for jailer. I tell this with tears in my to the household of the Misses Chiles. eyes, Nov. 19. but it is so: Mr. Wallace came to Lexington Argonaut, November 7. my blacksmith shop and said, "Wince, Tho friends of Mrs. J. F. Stone are The Woman's Club will have three it will never do to nominate a negro for jailer; it will disgrace Republican notified that she is engaged in trim- important meetings this week. On party." "Then" sas I, the Wallace I 'Mr. ming for Mrs. laiey Maun, on Main Tuesday the Department of Art, at guess I wont street, opposite Blanton's coal oflico. which a paper on 'Millet," by Miss bv voting for disgrace the Republicans them." And 1 didn't! Ladies need no assurance that these Iietitia Bullock, will be an interesting Tlie court records rfiow no charges fashionable milliners have no supp-rio- rs feature. On Friday Miss Georgia against inv character; I am a hardworkhumble negro: my people considered in Richmond, and their prices Ray MacMillan. a talented young lady ing, good me enough to make me their School and goods are without a peer. of Richmond, Ky., will entertain the Trustee, mid my shop was their politiuov3-9Department of Home and Education cal headquarters for years. I know all and kof the with an elocution recital. Miss Mac- j!ie tinlebauched party, coloied know how Isham G. Fox Died Yesterday. ;t'iK ministers the After a long illness at his home on' Millan is a recent graduate of the .vmIi whiskey anil roouey to keep their !iirejtionRin the Jack's Creek piko, Ishnm G. Fox College of Oxford, O , and received and have stood line. I am against this the highest encomiumf of the pre;: friends who willit long enough. 1 wont died yesterday at 2 o'clock. Destand by me after the ceased was a brother of C T. Fox, of when she gave a recital recently in election as well as before. And every Richmond. Tl.-- Department of Mu- negro man knows that the white Demo this city, and Tom Fox, of Mt Sterling, and was 00 years of age. A sic will meet K tu day with a fine cr.iis of Madison county are as kind to us as anybody else and'we ought not to wife and tiro grown sons survive, to musical program - Lexington Leader, stand up like sheep and be voted againt-November 7. whom ho leaves a good estate Mr. them. We have served the Republicans Mrs.Jas. S. Winnard Miss Mary Eelle long enough without recognition. Fox was Lieutenant in Capt.Tribble's "One Company B, 11th Kentucky Cavalry, Miller, of Winchester, came over on vention month beioro a nominating conthe white Wednesday to attend the burial of W. 'Wince',' that's Itepublican calls you G. S. A. Burial will occur During familiarity. If. Wooten, who died the previous the convention yon are knowii as a ' Nein the Richmond cemetery at 10:45. gro" that's respect. After the convenThis notice is handed in by Brig. week in New Mexico. Deceased was the husband of Miss Miller's sistei, tion and the campaign gets hot, you arp Gon'l. J. M. Poyntz. a ''colored gentleman" that's Mrs. Lucy Miller Wooteu, who suiv equality. After the campaign is social over, COMItADKS, ATTENTION! vivos. Two children died in infancy, and he is elected, jon aie a ''damned You are requested to meet at the and will rest beside their father in Nigger" that's politics. To hell witli court houso, Thursday morning, Oc- the Richmond cemetery. As Mrs. such politics. Better take our chances tober 11, at 10:30 o'clock, to buiy our Wooten came through St. Louis with awhile with our real friends." Despite the late comrade, Isham G. Fox, in the the corpse of her husband,, she was moft of the. Hut that it was late and crowd had a long way to go, Rihmond cemetery. met by her niece, Mrs. Vernon Beggs, they kept Wince talking until he let the Thos. Thorpe, neo Miss Mabelle Terrill. Mrs. Woo- cat out of the bag, and when he told Hut one on Chairmau Wallace it was a Com. Thos. Collins Camp 165. ten will remain with her tister, Mrs. corker. David Chkxauivt, Elizabeth Miller, in this city, for a Mr. Willging adjourned the meeting Com. D. Waller Chcnault Camp few weeksr but will probably make to as? emble one year hence for a similar 919. purpose jollify over her home with her sister, Miss Miller, tho KighthtoCongressional the recovery of DiMrlct from Dr. Hobson Will Locate Here. at Winchester. Boss Davidson ami the Republican C. K. W. Prof. Wm. M. Jackson, brother of party. Dr. V. H. Hobson, tho well known Fourth Avenue Dentist of Louisville, Mr. J. Talbott Jackson, of this city, e, has concluded, after a most success- will be married tomorrow at his bride being Miss Lizzie ful practice in that city, to locate in Richmond, where he attended Cen- Turner, sister of Mr. John Turner,- - a Ii'st to take after dinner; Ho has student at C. U. this year. MibS Turtral University in '85-'S- 7. purchased the frame residence next ner's father is one of Taylor county's prevent distress, aid diges- Old (i For Cows and Throst Troubles III Alt' fftX I s r; r-5- e, berry Pectoral E carea-picaynn- The Throttle Thrown Wide Bin) si HPZiSfsCV f THE ENGINE THAT WORKS THE MACHINERY OF THE UfJSfi fH- - usy Bee Cash Stores I 9 mf TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY. TO GET THIS GREAT BARGAIN I 1 MARTREADY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. ! Already they are unloading at our door, car load after ear load of boxes filled with now 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, onrbiise-meand atiics are all bending and groaning under the enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them. ut ; ? i i t No Tariff added, no Dad Debts, nothing to cause our customers and friends to pay an advance on a sino-l- artiHe bought frof ".o .a f rein-in. - i ! t I You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we dt employ an unexperienced buyer to lav in our stock. Each and every article that fill our shelves and piled up on our counters-habeen selected with great care by a buyer who has had years of experience; who knows a ""joou tninp; wnen lie sees it. s hi 1 v Our campaign against high prices this season will bo the IP hottest fought ba'.tle in the history of our business. set the pace for competition and let them follow. Canton lots. A We Great stocks of Calicos arc piled up on the streets ami in the store and some of the very best brands are only :W per yard. Uring your wagons and load up We don't offer you one yard at this price, but 1 (XX) yards ii you want them. r .Blankets of all descriptions bought in lots. As we have two great stores to buy for we can save our customers many a "Hani Earned Dollar" on Blankets. We sell them a nice white leil blanket, 10-- 4 size, large enough for any bed, at 4S- - per pair. 100-pai- t '"i M I 1 iVi ' Flannels, bought direct fiom mills in solid car great saving to our customers, as we can sell them 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 Camp-bellsvill- to the Government Building. lately occupied by Dr. Kennedy, and owned by Mr. Joe Giunchigliani, paying $3,500 for it Dr. Hobson will at once have a handsome front office added to tho house which will be a great improvement to that locality. Dr. Hobson is from Virginia, and started out to make his way in life unassisted. In ten years he has accumulated considerable money from the practice of his profession, in which he has been unusually successful. He wili bring with him a wide experience gathered in a large city and a well filled wallet, which shows his has not been a labor of love only. As an old schoolmate who knows his rugged honesty, indomitable will and perseverance, we have pleasure in commending him to those of our county who do not remember Dr Hobson when he was a student of our leading citizens, a Presbyterian elder and cashier of the leading bank. Another daughter. May, is the wife of Chester Duncan was throwu from a Hon. Chas. R. Long, of Louisville. A brother, Henry, a well remembered horse at Milton and seriously injured old btudent of C. U., lately married American Beauty. Miss Wickliffe, of Columbia, Mr. Women of Jackson is Principal of tho Campbells-vill- e America have a Academy and has made an entype of beauty peculiar to themviable reputation in his adapted selves. The clhome. In winning such an acknowlimate, habits, fa, edged favorite as his .bride is, Mr. and social pecu'K.V Jnchson is to be cougratulated. liarities, have tion, cure constipation. Purely Testable; do not cripe or cause pain. Sold ly all drupgUU. 2S cents. l"reiiared only by 0. 1. Hood Co., Lowell. Mass. Hood's ill T Brag" Department. The moot elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or Nitin-line- d overcoats can be found here. Our tailor-made- , biiitsaud overcoats are the dPiith knell to all competition. They fit better, thev lo.ik nicer, they wear longer and they aie priced lower. Try a suit of our Iloys' Clothing. They are double knee, double seat and elastic wnNt bands, warranted not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing. We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Koots and Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prices made all through the line, stock largor and more complete than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them up. Prices lower than ever made. with drawWe have a man's Ribbed Vest, fleece-lineers to match, heavy weight, that we can sell at 2oc each that beats the world, fcame that Fold last season at 4'.lc. Vests, with pants, winter weight 10c, d Ladies' Hi Kibbed Vests and worth 25c. Children's tleece-line- d pants from 8c up, winter weight An elegant line of and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very low prices. d, cce-Iinela-di- Small wears and notions of all kinds in large quantities are to be had in this great Emporiim of Bargains. It you n need anything from a lc paper of pins to a steam engine you can lind it at the Busy Bee Cash Store. full-grow- 1 I .1 Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take a special pride heie as pietty, stvlish Cloaks are greatlv admired bv everjone and our Cloak Department is tilled with beautiful tiling. Call and look through whether you need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you I'l 1 ' through. BIRTHS. 4, to Thursday, November tho wife ofT. II. Karr, a girl, Elizabeth Starns, for its paternal grandmother. Kakk.-- On 10-l- b. of A JOLLY RATIFCATION. University. Without Previous Notice Waco KEYS in Madison county. Will pay the highest markf-- t price." Don't sell to foreign parties, but bring your turkeys to us at RichCOVIiE & Chkistian. mond. noy3-3- v WflMTTflT 1 D.1JI ALL THE TUR-Wni- H Democrats Jollify at the Court House. COMBS, SULLIVAN, WAGERS AND MAKE SPEECHES. Wince SMITH Many Reasons Why You Walnuts and to spare this fall. Ballard's Sensational Disclosures Should Buy Mr. J. Talbott Jackson the bright "It isa little thing to speik a phrase natural enemy the American woman and Eczema. Tetter, young attorney who was given a of common comfort, which, by daily use, has. Not only is the United States the day. The intense itching and smarting inci sept-29-lwalk-ove- r est prices at Stouffer's. in his race for County At- has almost lost it sense; yet 011 the ear home of catarrh, but it is also the home dent to the3c diseaf.es is instantly allayed Lexington, Fayette county, second torney on the Democratic ticket, had of Republicanism wliith thought to die ot Eye Prof. Minier, of Highland, Kansas, Monday. the now world famous catarrh remedy, bv applying Chamberlain's bad and ii t?) ..ipggtBiBi 0 :ses Skin Ointment. Many very the good will of both parties. His unnoticed, 'twill fall like choicest music; one of the best band masters west of the The medical profession has have been permanently cured by it. It Stanford, Lincoln county, second Moncareer in office should be a brilliant till the" gazing eye with gentle tears; re at last succeeded in devising a rcirfedy Mississippi river, arrived yesterday to day. h equally efficient for itching piles and one, as he has the talents and the lax the knotted hand to know the bonds fur J l' a favorite remedy for sore nipples; take charge of the Richmond Military the wellnigh universal disease. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monfrends to back him. He will be a of tellowship again" Adapted to Wince chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitcc Jt.inJ. As he has good material already day. compounDr. Hartman, the original manufactured and chronic soro eyes. 2o cts. per box. -fair, square official. In this connec- Ballard's speech. BgBg'lfvT"---i--- -' lien- w .? warn Saxtnn to look out. has a recent book on der of Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. from best matetion wo cannot forget that there is one A hundred enthusiastic Waco voters chronic catarrh which he will send free Dr. Culy's Coadilion Powders, are Nicholaaville, Jessamine county, third person nliove Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy all others whose cup of came to town on Saturday, bearing alofi to any address for a short time Ad- just what a horse needs when in bad rial. Monday. sept29-0seeing Stouirers. ithout It'stlu easiest rnnHiHtc joy is heaping full. It is that gentle, this strange device: 'The Sour Woods dress Tho Tonic, blood purifier and condition. a Drug M't'g Co., Co- - vermifuge. Winchester, Clark county, fourth refined, educated mother, who, in wag n mnuV. They aro not food but Scrub, W. W. Combs, AVho Licked The -- Col. J. W. Caperton has been luuibus.'O. The skeins cannot get Monday. medicine and tho best in use to put a broken health and circumstances, in Republican Aristocrat " It Speed Smith fiom the State at large by Gov. stnd ii I lie toix. your druggist for a free A horse in prime condition. Piico 25 Versailles, woodford county, fourth the State of Tennessee, has lived to himself had seen that charcoal carica- Almanac for W.)S. Tl e TongK-- is teel platItradlcy one of the delegates to the Monday. sents per package It ed from eal to end. see the success which her much loved ture of hid victorious opponent he would National Fishery CoJiiiiission, which I!olM-rwill not lift of I Diphtheria continues to rage on the Another biography of Queen Yictora has achieved. As the eldest en- have been willing to attend hi-- own poLast week one looking through the January 22, meets at Tampa, Florida. with hotly. is being written which .Mr. lowlands around Milton. But part Mr. storms, of Lancaster, is the delegate commodious ware room of S. L. Midkifl ters upon his otlicial duties with the litical fuueral. of the party Shoveling IJoard Ewl Everybody Says So. hia could (Jate. on Third street would have concluded confidence and support of both polit- Smith nor any vocifeious cheering, parCatarrh M;ans Danger, fr.nn the Kth Congressional District. was the Cacarets Candv Cathartic, the mnsl won Ii's the best painted he intended to quit business. He had ical parties, the younger son, Prof. ticular by Jesse Cobb, which greeted Because if unchecked it may lead dil p c.is derful discoerv of the aye jiei.tl.v w agon. Vlolhing at prices never so low at sold nearly all of his buggies and ba- Wm. M. Jackson, leads to as he mounted tne platform rectly to consumption. Ca'arrh is ant and refreshing to the taste, actbowels jullrrs. sept It has the bet wlund. on kidneys, liver and you Hvmen'6 altar one of the loveliest 111 the court tiouue in response to ttie caused by impure blood. This fact is end positively enliio sjstrm. dlr" cold go there and rouches. But cleansing the Iu fart it's theU-- t wagon Rev. (J. W. Young will preach to will see a full room of the nicest and and truest women in the State, Miss calls of the large crowd which hastily cui lieailnelic, Jcvtr, habitual lonstipatioz assembled at the ringing of the bell. tully established. Therefore, it is use- and biliousness. Please buy and try a boj G-IElSrTIR- ", bis congregation morning and even- cheapest buggies ever brought to this Lizzie Turner, of Campbellsville. Mr. Combs though not as well kuo mi less to try to cure catarrh by outward of (J. C. C. n v; 10, a M rents, bold am ing, on Sunday the 14th inst. The market. tf intimate friends are rejoicing to citizens oi Richmond, and conse- applications or inhalants Tho true way guaranteed to cure by all drurgists. Whilst regular services at this church are over the simultaneous conquests of quently not so fortunate, as his opponent, to cure catarrh is to purify the blood. The house of an lllionois farmer fell Didn't Know Pound Cake From a Dccl popular in his own preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. on the Car-loa- d Notice lo Creditors. these young brothers, their happiness is quite ashas the qualilicationsneighbor- Hood's Sarsaprrilla, the great blood down, killing the whole family. of jugs went like hot cakes Steat. essential hood and second and fourth Sundays, and at is increased in tho contemplation of in a Legislator, lie is honest and capa- purifier, cures catarrh by its power to in Springfield election day. All persons having claims against An amusing story is narrated on that mother's unspeakable joy over ble, and Bradley and his cohorts could Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the p. in. each Sunday. Sunday a drive out all impurities from the blood. finest liver and bowel regulator ever A Case 01 Kidney Disease Given Up By Four the estate of Janice Tevis, deceased, school at 9a. m. and Prayer Meeting one of the party that went down on tho success-o- f not intimidate biui if they tried. Mr. ' her boys in the "Old niayl ly are hereby notified to file same lepeople testify that they made. Wednesday night to Jim Lackey's Kentucky Homo." Doctors. Coiribo' speech was an expression of Thousands of on Wednesday evening. gally verified, with the undersigned, noted theat honor coniened upon have been perfectly and permanently gratitude for the Oiear Ilamnierttein, the withthe Richmond Band to jollify Beaver Dam, O. on or before the loth day of Novemhim for which he declared he would be cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla. rical manager, has made an assignment. Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnishover his election as Jailer. Besides a My daughter, after being treated by ber, lS97,orsame will be barred. laolingly thankful, and that as the nov3-lm-o er and Hatter in the city. big supper the hospitable hostess set of Madison couuty in the f jur doctors and given up for lost, & DrUysAre Dangerous I). It. Tevis. novl0-2The house fly is getting lo be a weak Kentucky Legiolature he pledged himIf you want to know all about the out a barrel of cider and pound cake Mrs G. G, Prewitt and son are at self to vote and work for the best inter insect just about now. Many of your friends, or people whom neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney For Sale. Capital" w.igon abk any of the follow- A well known First street gentleman home from Lexington. she is able to walk severyou know of have contracted, consump- Cure. To-dests of her people and the State. It is ing gentlemen. They have lought and partook too freely of the hard cider Poplar Fence Pickets; Size, lxlx4 4. When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret, tion, pneumonia or other fatal disease al miles without fatigue. I feel we needless to that his promises were Mrs. Curtis B. Hume left yesterday are using the wagon. Tliey will tell you and lost his mental equilibrium. He well receded for all know Mr. Combs candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 2oc. by neglect of a Eimple cold or cough. would have lost her if it was not for Price $3.50 per thousand pieces. City. to Kansas mny5 lyr to be a man of strong character and a ill alwut it: Clabe Fox, Squire N. B. grabbed up half a pound cako and fop a visit Ik'KT & Bkabd Lumbek Co., Foley's Honey anil Tar. a safe, sure and your medicine Respectfully,, ' Miss Kale Walker visited in Lex. blameless record, and will expect him to 15 Broaddus, head of cattle will be W. H. Hendren, walked around munching it with eviFonl, Ky. Four hundred oct37 3 w ij,P , Mrs J. M. Bailey, cough medicine, would have plasant 'attend to business and not rush society." W in. T. Tevis, Thos. S. liurnam, B. E. dent delight, when he met Mrs. ington Friday and Saturday. fed at Prestonville, near Milton. nov-- 1 lm sold by W. G. White. His speech put the crowd iu the best of saved them. It is guarantee.1. Sold by Million, llibler fc Bowmen, Ben, li. Lackey whom he startled by the reMiss Tempio Oldham is in Cincin- humor and when he Gnished it was eviHood's Sarsaparilla is prepared by ex- W. G. White Richmond, Ky. novl-lConstitutional amendment was lightI'nce, G. W. Iwis, C. T. Wells, Bobt. mark: "Madam, you can make the nati purchasing a new stock of milli- dent that a genuine Democratic rally was perienced pharmacists who knows preColumbia SpecUtor is thirty est in the small counties. iu progress, even if it was impromptu. The finest beef steak I ever ate," and the nery. Win. M. Adams. We sincerely doubt that any man in cisely the nature and quality of all inyears old and better than ever before. band played on. C.sc. ruts stimulate liver, kidneys and was ten years has been accorded such an gredients used. LEXINGTON', KY, Dr. John J. Hagan, of Corbin, Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than tl this city was accorded Indigestive poisons are the bane of the oowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. sept-29-0Great Music Otter. on Wednesday; says Corbin is ovation inSullivan", asthe newly-electe- d Mr. anybody. hero mavl-l- y is in progress all over dyspeptic's life. Wheu sick, see if your 10c. I. H. Will send you only Fresh Cut Flowers ind Send us the names and addresses the only place. Couuty Judge. He was thoroughly un- Kentucky. The First To Give The Result. artistic designs. sickness is caused by indigestive poisons. Mighty fewltepublicansin KenFucky. or more performers on the Messrs. E. R. and C. R. Frewltt prepared fur the occasion, but the tregave the general result of or three Digestive Cordial. The Climax Quality is our aim, yet not made at undue cost. which A woman never really knows tl e If so, take Shakers or organ together with 10 cents came over from Mt. Sterling to visit mendous applause,Uiebtand, only increased Everything strietly wassullicient meaning of happiness and content until This is the. only eertuiu way of being as he approached the election hero next morning, the piano silver or postage and we will mail Mr. G. G. Prewitt. to inspire a far less experienced speakei first paper to be read. We sat up all in she is the mother of a healthy, happy permanently cure J, because it is theo iy All orders left with our agent Henry L. Perry you ten pieces of full sheet music, "We have come to offer Miss Florence Hubbard, of Coving- So that when quiet was fiually restored at White's drugstore, will receive prompt night to do so. of the poisons, ion consisting of popular songs, waltzes, ton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kuper Mr. Sullivan launched into a fervent and child. The health of the child depends way that gets rid attention. the Greatest Bargains speech which showed him to on the health of the mother, both before know that fermented food is poisonous. eloquent Suits to orderjU Stonffer's at ready marches, etc., arranged for the piano Hood, on Second street, of the honor and the and after birth. be deeply sensible of the age. Having just Most all of woman's You know that poison is unhealthy. made prices. "Bell's Flowers go and orga.i. Address Popular JMusic which his election weekness and particularly the weekness Shaker Digestive Cordial clears the I will sell to the highest and best bidder, at After a delightful visit to the Misses responsibilities returned from the city nov3-2Ky., on Richmond my place near Red House, bad the people to means, Strayed Co., Indianapolis, Ind. Harber, Miss Lulu Bryan lelt yester- thank for lie said he for, as was charged that most strongly influences the of chi!-die- stomache of fermented food, ami purifies anu utter uree pixe, on Everywhere." where we purchased a his election, From Jas. Dejarnett's pasture last Houston, Texas. indigestive poisou. day for comes from some derangement or the blooandsyste-- of Glade District Temperance Rally. against him, he had no great family infull and complete line of novl0-2Thursday a dark brown mare with advantages of disease of the distinctly feminine organs. It cures indigestion and Hie dheatci (hat Taesday, November 23, 1897, Mrs. C. W. Tudor, of Pecos City, fluence to back him, nopowerful Indications point to a great success wealthy heredity or social spots on back, caused from white Sly personal property, consisting of 4 for the great mass meeting to bo held Texas, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. D. standing. Nevertheless, he granted no Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will comeofit. Headache, dizziness, nausea, brood mares in foal to Jack 2 mule colts. good 1 saddle. Liberal reward will be paid Mr. V. man a higher conception of dutv nor cure troubles of this nature. It should stomach-ach- e, D weakness, flatulence mare, 1 nod stal-oear-o- il on Saturday November 13, as B. Willis, at Kirksville, and horso. 1 atBerea S for return of same to Andrew Walker in spring, about II fatnoss loss of appetite, irritability, superior courage of convictions; that he be taken regually by every woman duroutlined in our last issue. On Satur- K. Tudor, in Jessamine. and shoals, 2 fat cows, i fat heifers, 2 or 3 good or Jas. Dejarnett. discharge the duties of hL oflice of the symptions, suckling calves, about 210 bushels good wheat, day, Dec. 4, a special election will be Misses Margaret Chenaultand Ann wouldexact justice to all, of whatever ing the entire period of gesration. It ec. These aie farming imntements, household anc kitchen with See Stouffer for cheap overcoats. Crutcher, of Richmond, visited the race, color, or condition, and cordially gives strength to all the organs involved, catued by indigeslive poisons, cured by furniture. will be given on day of sale. held to decide whether licensed-sa-loosept-29-shall be allowed in the Glade Misses Crutcher Friday and Satur- thanked all Democrats, of whatever lessens tho pain of childbirth and iusues Shakers Digestive Cordial. -- osclan, for supporting him and the Deniu-ciati- c the health of both mother aud child. At druggists, price 10 cents to Sl.00 novio-- 2 ! B. Batner. District "In order to give an oppor- day. Nicliolasville Democrat. C. U. Deleats Stale College ticket. His speech was interstamps to cover cost per bottle. 21 oue-ceIt Send "We have also the exclusive tunity for thought upon the evils Mr. Dick Fox, Jr., and Miss Alice rupted time and again by applause, rijrht to sell the celebrated which follow the revival of the open Walker, daughter of Mr. Dan Walker, showing conclusively that Judge Suhi-van- 's of mailing only, and recicvo free a copy L.in' Run is the largest Daptist As Kentucky State College was again election was one ol the most pop- of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Ad- sociation iu the biatn. says the hand bill, "a mass will be married at 1 :00 p. m. Felix, Wolf & Co.'s Shoes defeated Saturday in its game with saloon," p. ra., will rent, At 1 meeting will be held at Berea, on Sat- at tho Kirksville Presbyterian church. ular that has occurred in years in Madi- dress, "World's Dispensary Medlcil Ai. every pair made U- order tuooro'clock,boundaries.I 350 acres fpuMidy. in pnw '"nil, Central" "University at this place, final three Away. son county. soclation, BuJTnlo, N Y. anIt Don't Tobacco 8?it tad Smoke Tocr life easily 13. A known as the John A. Duncan p!acc; renting and "warranted, , score stood IS to 0 in favor of C. U. urday, November .Next, Hon W. B. Smith was called This month's Form contains a good you want ir forever, to uuit tobacco U3'mjr at my residence near Duncannon. bo tnado well, strong, magnetic, Jlorgatitown has a new saw and flour- and Twg touchdowns were made in the vil salute will bo fired at sunriso. At picture and a brief biography of Mrs. upon and he made a characteristic ; September Term, We Are Headquarters 'ii Mrs. Sarah K. Black. full of new life and vigor, tako speech, punctuating it with humorous ing mill. a m. 11 military drill by old State of Kentucky. first and two in the last half. The Sarah Gibson Humphreys, tho gifted tnat makes weak men lao wnnder-wovkciMadison County Court. j Oct,l, 1837. Iw CapUTora FerriU, Anct. soldiers, followed by a grand ;parado mother of Mrs. C. D. Chcnault. Mrs. anecdotes illustrative of the campaign atrnnnFor .Belfast Linens Mnr pain ten iKiumls in ten days. It is ordered by the Madison County Court game was an interesting one and wsis Forchildien who take cold easily and Over 100,000 cured. Buy and its results. He took occasion to of you? . -Uunlar, Potts, also is given warn the Democrats to work without are subject to croup, no remedy is bo druggist, under witnessed by quite a large crowd of anU a a competitive f oxiuumuu r r Tim- """ to cure, C0a or that the Sheriff of Madison clunty,m-Ky.. cause 7 rti aI. a. - and kept 11 " to be SCIIOOl ClUlUren Ol "'C .. '" ceasing as we are to have an election helpful as Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey. $1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. a poll unjil 4ooened atp. o'clock,the rerular vot- facQes' CorSSts 20c. tip. l,nt i on,! m., at o'clock, open enthusiastic spectators. Sterling ltcmedy Co., Chicago or JJow York. ing places in Blue Lick, Berea and Duncannon school liav - 1 l every November for tho next three years and German Laces from white and colored district fP No. 5, on Annstro Precincts ot Glade 'W, anil Stouffer sells clothiug cheaper thau ing the largest enrollment in the par- in 98 rrj Congressin 1000.-; Uoveruor inthe point', It should bo iu every houso ready foran Tolu, Crittenden county, is to have a day of December, Districts tho purpose Uiah. 1897, for a yard up- . sept-29-0emergency. He made .u President anybody. It handsome new IJantist Church. Inir the sense of the legal voters of said Dlsl ade compared with its total enroll I viae, a imnumguest 01 , ;Give us a call and examine who are qualified to vote at elections: for couh-airs, ureeu too, that the negro vote had at last split Squirrel hunters are numerous. Queen & Crescent Trains "C & D" iy UlilWiS upiil ill, .vonuu .. u,b .. vwv ment will each be given a handsome Ureou.was tno that now the Republicans were a our .New ot uooas. An Impoarlant Difference. spirituous, vinous ur .uuib ut)uviauait uc last week. J udge Armctrong is a red up and their own votes a thing unknown buying flag for their respective school houses. sold, bartered or loaned tiereip.or 'ihether or It Kits The Spot. Sunday trains "C and D." between helped to carry belore. "And," said Mr. Smith, "whenhot silverito and To mako it apparent to thousands, who not any prohibition law in force in siftt district Burgin and Cincinnati, will bo annul- Glee Club and band music provided. Boylo for the Democrats. general astofjict ever a General has to buy his own solWhen suffering from a severe cold and think themsekeljin, that they are not by virtue of any operationor. special cvrac iuu aau in coffee will he served tooverybody led Nov. 7th. Trafiis 1 and 2 will Hot a' duck in your throat and lungs feel sore, take a afilicted with any disease, but thr.tilha snali oeconic A. Copy Attest :Siuc to fight, tinned. Bryan, of Houston, Tex, dierstrench," then he's dead Miss Lula jHoney and Tar, dose of Foley'sp the stop at all stations between Ludlow free. All are invited to bring tho JOHJTF. WaiTIS, Clerk. Taxes for 1337 hvre Ions been due. Call and ness will be at Bystem simply(n(dscleauin j.is to bring "trimmings" for their coffee and bas- ' who is visiting tho Misses Harber, at J Mr. Wagers, the newlyelected Snper-intene- when tho sore-onBy Thomas THonns, D. C. and Burgin on Flag Sundays. settle at osee, as penalty of per cent. wuT b a warm, grateful comfort homo tojjhelrheartsv as a. cos,relieved of Schools, who lead the ticket with Special Summer Sunday excursion kets of lunch. At L:00 o'clock will 1 Richmond, spent yesterday healing of the tive condifiojuaijwwily cured by using adledDeceaberl. Last Notice. Mrs. A. D. with a majority of 217, spoke briefly but feeling and la "pursuance ot 4th. 1897. ordeH will oa rates from Cincinnati to Georgetown thn nRkinirberin: orators of prom- - ' frionds in Lexinirton set fourth the discouragements which rjarti affected will experienced and vou Svmn of TisTa.5iMaHufactured.br - the Satantar, .Decemberthe above ope I pollat "McKee- - Cor., rain and -- ;,,;.,..! eririrnos will ho 1 . tTrinnn. formerly Bliss Burnam. of he. and the Democratic nominees met, will sayi "it feo!BO,so good. mi .I-- . vUm .n) toa in Wlae IJck IteK ana J. P. S1MI0SS, and intermediate points aro with- 1UOI1CU. 1UOJIUWI1.i-- 1 touches rf'" ' IT' Sts.. Richmond, Ky. JFig SjrHp'Companyjonly, suid uui lteBaBBB Preclncta ot Glade Distr te,vHo.?S. Bv4raH delivered by that famous temperance Richmond, and now a widow, forms with during' the campaign. Had they the spot;1 It. is guaranteed. Sold bv California tlrustgBts. drawn. W. O. RlXEAJlSoX, Mtt-lttst, Meiqh, Buyer. ,v, cV' aovM-l- u ' aov,l .soki by;all a very ploasanL addition this winter lost he&rt or confidence in the justice of V. G. White. , J--., advocate, Rev.B. W. Young." v - eiL- - .. .iUV, 1 Gec1 Pass. Ag't, Cincinati, O. 5 a. .x s 4' wvi r iz 'ii . - z - . S t j., . S i .. iTn- S3 '!i 1 , , B r pV i , rZi . jL' .j 'i,. Ji V. cri .. ... 5" au . ' . j ., - r .c r II - .., . . ,v "". .. ." i, ..r..- - jS.o TnV, JH " v waj&erK J- V$i&t"Jj23fHiiW st. "vT'4? Jr r - "' 3sH!riS!Safc;'5fiter-&" jHc sic Z' Talbott Jackson's Yiclory. Salt-Rheum a. from the countries. It has become alother most an everyday occurrance for the nobility and royal blood of Europe to cross the water in search of an American beauty, for the United States has become Th e famous throughout the world. American beauty is a peculiar product of this country. She has, however, one formidable enemy, not only to her beauty, but to her health as well That enemy is indigenous to the climate aud soil of the United States. It is called Catarrh. Almost every woman has it in mild or severe forms. ' Our climate makes it well-nig- h unavoidable. It is the only r K V m f combined to produce a type of w o in anhood crowd. "Von will meet with a hearty welcome ami be waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for pasc patronage, we are Don't be the last one to call and see this immense stock of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the let things-arselected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the Respectfully, h quite distinct women - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY- - " X4f Sjfr, $$f. tta, Dypiiii Ecgf SZ lira It's Mgrr mm. - Pe-ru-n- a, fsaSj' rc-rn-- s eu-ilu- Mr-Com- 29-Gi- n bs to-d- 1 to-il- IR, Xj. - A - C3 E53STrr. skbC S&P. sept-29-O- m PERSONAL. w ell THE ay Lll ! m JUST m Corn-gatheri- OPENED! Public Sale! sept-29-G- m n, n m 3- on, n, ap ns Gtn Dry Goods k NOTION- S- ublic Renting, to-d- ay n-- mi KQTICE! 1 a """ .,,f, J"? ", .. - olw Irish lc Notice to atoct Taxpayers! 1 nt ce Mii k COir It C7 First - y- &VW, a -- n -- ''-- s " -- i j r. ' -,- -. . ;?: w t i The Richmond Climax. YOUR WATCH soA ' kT la U - W O: him.. w . -" yf . U L-- Seii ((IVA 5 """"'X-ctr- f3w 7 -- i I " is a most delicate mechanism. It needi attention. It nsij to have a pood watch lire! of all. Then it paj s to keep it ia perfect order. A watch needs cleaning every bix months as much as doe your face every day. It pores pet clopped. We are expeit repairers. A Fine Watch cost three times as much, twenty years ago, as it does now. Machinery has reduced the cn-'n" cSrs it.,;.;;.v " of making. We very fine, solid pold watches of the best makes, for low prices. Delighted to show them to you and to talk watch to you. I have a full stock of everything in the jewelry line that we are offering you at hip bargains. We are clearing out our ladieh belts at cost. Have something new in a silver cleaner. D. je30-i- y !".' some P.AltMER, The Main St. Jeweler. In The Mixim Oftentimes paints are spoiW niivuig. Tin painter of jzreat advantage of the can jiet the iKo M Wiuj.inc. ready mixed in anv color, to-da- v oM-tnuv- r, in the has a for he paiul.s qts) White pBlack, ril and At a prut whii-l- i the old fellows would he ustouihhe 1 at. Don't delay a contemplated job of painting or paering the COST You will be sur . how far vour money noes in We have on Mle a number of patterns of lOcts Wallpapers for this-ine- 5 CENTS. This price will continue ho long as they lat- - Window tilav. Window Shaded Picture Frames. Mwk the Iargctt. Qualitv the Best ami jirices alwajb the IohoU GEO. M. WILLGING. 200 West Main Street, septl-ly- r BED WETTING CURED Wis. OR SO PAV. Mas. B. M. EOWAS, Milwaukee r j, i : mch3-l- y i THE- ir ra PJ V ANn CTUGK k.t-- z. BICYCLES li n ? v tf ATWJ3SMA a tst.iinji 4 w - S rTGHET GRADE, EASY RUNNING, SERVICEABLE. 1. O Tfrt-- r .v-.jr I Xftjf f... miuci uuardnmuu.(in 5cnd for catalogue. HAMPSHIRE CYOLE MFG. GO., MASS. ( j f P ( NORTHAMPTON, .t rttpanJ with -- KcjjHin.Mt.ie ... us. .. -- oczicrs la itea to cor. i - - - -- - , l Vj7 r -- y may25-6.- Ti SOUTHERN RAILWAY. (IN KENTUCKY) Schedule In effect May 2, 1807. ' EASTB'jpwn Lv. LouUville Ar. shelbjTllle. Ar. Versailles Ar. Lexington ' Ar.Li'rencflb'c... Lv. Lexington Ar. Vensllle Ar. Shelbyvllle Ax. Louisville Ar.I'renceb'g 5 No. I. No. Ko 1 7 Aam 4.20pm 7.36pm 8 10am 5.47pm 8.51pm Solum a3ijn CJOpm 10.17am 6.5flpm 8.49pm 1(1 50am 7.25pm 10 10pm No. & Nu. 3. No. 4. "rfUim i.lUpro 5 Uium a 15am 5.3rpx o.S8 m &3Sam 6.00pm s.43am 9.am V.Jpm GiSam luiSJam Elapm a (Warn & .v..jowskx ...v.. cm iwKmia.'j.-- J $110,00,00') of bonds. This There I is no Word so THE LITTLE PIECE OF CE0AK. t "being so. nothing short of an Full of Meaning issue oi o200,000,000 will satA little piece of cedar, Was broken off one day; isfy the deficiency promised and about which such tender recollec tions cluster Its meaning, 3'ou the reader, by Mr. Dingley as the result as that of Guess tho truth, yea or uny ? of his wonderful law. "Mother" He gae it to a friend near hy, BmLw 9Bt innnHf she who As all sensible men know --p, And said, this to you I give, Lmfe. vRmEr watched nnmnnnnnV .nnnBEBr however, there was no such There was a sparkle in his eye; our helpless BmVkVnTinnnHn 'mlKftB Ah he said: For thee I live. thing under the Cleveland admnmmBv ' infancy and B She with a willing henrt accepts it. guided our ministration as an issue of ftLntnnm - .ktaiamt- HnLH And placed it in a hook ; first totterj bonds to cover a deficit. The She cured not to rcj ct it, ing step. violation of law by which Mr. .As she knew him that lixik. The life of nlmLm flMMk jbbHP S Li Cleveland made greenbacks $s& mm , b.,va every Ex In the book, on tin it poiie leaf, "Granny" Metcalfe. and treasury notes payable SLUU-iramm pectant Ijay the purple hem's nre, zfha U flJISIN II fcjVtoCrTi Mother is 9M89tcMMWMO Now listen, httbloi hiiet, efiB" in gold instead of coin, drove VbB IJI J 9Bt VESSSlftW f rd abmit old uid Lav ! beset with llut ib one thai i. dados oecb aftd looc rniMdi thkt bait ben some .00,000,000 of our gold MMlC mj Itre; &! fic the benctUof tb fnffcrloc danger. Drix'a Utt hr nerrr o4 aaj rinelj eqol t This little piece of cdar, Hfltes quick and r"mKDrnt ' abroad, and Mr. Cleveland, kep It hi well u Ukr cough. llf Id trtppe. W'uti itb ausver diitrilv given; th Uoat, ud wmM not b wtthm It. Mr httit acting as the partner of the SorUl lib St r4tcHi, Kj. Usa. A. ilrrCALji, Now, my dear readn, issued bonds so assists Nature in the change taking Yuu know just wheie Cupid's dart was DR. BELL'S the driven. to buy the gold back. That place that look Expectant Mother is enabled to forward without dread Now, and :n yens to oiue these with- - was all there was to the bond to the hour when she experiences'the Pine-Ta- re ed tokens, joy of Motherhood. It insures safety issues. ALL Will lie hourly, dai'y clieiislied. and Mother It is a very fortunate thing to bothstronger and Child, beforeshe is They will tell of Hie ovs that will confound after than 25c. 50c DRUGGISTS. never ho broken for the Republican framers finement in short, it "makes ChildAnd of theliue hcuts that will never of the Dingley law that the birth easy," as so many have said. perish. M.g?ieo r cheapening of the gold dollar Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but accwM!vto- Is eold by all drnpglsts or sent upon receipt per bottle by of price Sic., 50c and with respect to a number of "Mother's Friend" Tiitak, Jtj. Th C r. flhrrU4 SmJW. C, The Dinglty Deficit. commodities has helped busi- "Mt wife Buffered more in ten minutes with two children than the did ness and revjved hope in the either of her other last, having previously used altogether with her is a blessfour bottles of Mr Nelson Dinglej veiy minds of the people, other- ing to anyone ".Mother's Friend." It a mother, expecting to become (ays a customer." IIsndkbsok DALr,Carmi, eooll3r informs the couutrj-throug- wise the so called deficit bf Mall, on relnt of ptke, i.oo PER BOTTLE. Book "To free, containing The New York AVorld would have assumed alarming St TaluableExpectant Mothers' muled testimonials. Information and Toluntary SUPPLY THE TRADE that his eelebnited Uiriff act proportions for the treas- THE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.TLANTA.Ga. SOLD ORUCCISTS. Our factory on Laurel Street in Rich- maj reasonablj" be expected ury receipts are in direct ramond "is now running, and we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the to produce a deficit in the gov- tio with the prosperity of the ernment's revenue of some- people. Atlanta Constitution. lie uiarriel Miss Mary Taytor, of NashARE BOTH STYLTSH ville, TVnn., daughter of James Taylor, "Friis of Riskni," thing like $50,000,000 before of Newport. Ky. Mr. Humphreys by AND BEAUTIFUL, One Editor's Life. it can be expected to make its " l:1 inheritance is entitled to both talent and U. G taste for olitics coming as he does on his benign influence felt. BeCol. Lon Haley, now located maternal and paternal pide from families i The Great st Bargains ever offered to the peotween Mr. Reed's ''state of in Tucson, Arizona, "Pair of Jacks" ple of Matlison county. sends distinguished sinee tho earliest hibtory mind" as a panacea for finan- Col. Craddock, of of this countrv for statesmanship and Paris, the ability in Brand., three grades. Wc can sax e you cial evils, and Mr. Dingley's that profession. Although he L,ooIc foll wing clipping: money Send us a trial order; you has never been a candidate before for g tariff act, with our products. Efee he gin Men's Suits for $2.50 worth SS.CX) "Tne following statistical any office, he has taken an active part rially pleased to hear from country mer the country has some rare Men's Suits for 3.00 worth 9.00 for his party in every campaign since he chants. information is said to be an obtained his majority, and in 1892 he prospects before it. Boy's Knee Pant Suits 49 cents. White 0 Ross, accurate memorandum of the of free bilver. and has Men's Shoes SO cents. 49 Richmond, Ky. Mr. Dinghy sas the deficit life experience of a Phoenix espoused the earnestly and laborously worked for its Ladies' Shoes SO cents. will be the natural result of editor: was one of the succei-- ever A Beautiful Line of Calicoes from 3 to 5 cents. JN'. L. & R. the vast importation that took Been asked to drink. . .11,362 most potent since. He committing the factors in Good Brown Cotton 3 cents a ard. And many New Trimmings, Pleattl Chiffons, Democratic party in Fayette county to place before the bill went into Drank-..- .. K. 0. DIVISION. Duck'Suitins 9 cents a yard up. 11,302 free silver in lSiXi, ami iu the State conVelvets, Braids, &c. effect, but we think it must Requested to retract.. Ladies' Sailors from 5 cents to SI. In Effect Nov. 7, 1S90. 432 vention of that jear was a member ol Brussel Carpets from .50 cents to $1 a yard. be clear to all sensible persons Did retract lv. Express for Cincinnati, AKV 432 the committee on permanent organizaStraw Mattings from 12V cents to 20 ets per yd. a. m. I'aris, Mavsville, r. m who know the character and tion, was one of the assistant electors Invited to parties and Lexiujrton from this State, and was assigned to duty effect of the Wilson protec6.20 mail. 7.20 receptions by parties by the State central committee and took Cincinnati, Paris, Mays-r- . tion bill, that the importations wishing for puffs .... 3,333 the stump for Bryan and the ticket in m. ivihe. Winch ester and in anticipation of the enact- Took the several of the central counties. Mr. 2.00 jlxincion mail. 100 hint 33 Humphreys was also a Livingston, lAindon, Jei member of the ment of the Dingle' law paid Threatened to be whip1.05 lico, l'ineville. 12 o5 local Democratic committee, is president their due proportion of revJ Fast line for Livinton ped 170 of the Democratic club of county aud NF.W i . 11.43 3 enue into the treasuiy so Been whipped sm vice president of the State league of 0 a. si. Fast line for Cini'iunati p. ji. Democratic clubs. Vp Town. Klein vt Son's Old Stand. Richmond. Ky. that these importations, in- Whipped the other fel10 Paris Winchester. Low Price Makers. r m. Ho land. Lancaster am A. t stead of contributions to the H0W OUR PRESIDENTS DIED. low 4 H:1) l.Io .taiiforl. Leaders in Ladies' Furnishinirs. PSKD P&3 J etKW fc&M :3v&:ai wmm leiicit, liave actually tended Didn't come to time. . . . 106 .vy 'iyAi Rowland, Lancaster aim 256 :05 7J0 Stanford. Chicago News. to cut it down b- - adding to Been promised whisky, For further particulars call on or atldrts.-.Gcorire Washington contracted acold the resources of the treasury. KUrEK HOOD, Ajrt. which developed into laryngitis, gin, etc., if he would Telephone 78. But what effect will the preproving; fatal; he was buried on his esgo after them 5,G10 GIYES THE GOIER SATISFACTION, HIGH GRADE WORK tate, now historic as Mt. Vernon. dicted deficit have on our fi- Been after them 5,010 John Adams passed awiy from senConsequently is best fcr the Dsaier to lundle. 1 nances? The Republicans, Been asked ile debility and was buried at Quiucy, wat's the A Full Line of during the campaign of last T1PWS Send for 3&3? 300,000 Mass. BUGGIES, Catalogue and year, declared over and over Told Thomas Jefferson died of chronic . 23 diarriuea and, like mobt of the South SURREYS, Prices. again that the bond issues Didnt know . . . .HE PATS THE 200,000 he was buried on President, PHAETONS, were occasioned by the treas- Lied about it 99,977 his own estate, that at Monticello, ROAD WAGONS, AU Work uiy deficit, and the' raked Been to church 9 Va. &c, &c Guaranteed. James Madison passed away of old . . . YOD .PAY FOR THE . . . Mr. Cleveland fore and afjb Changed politics 23 age and was burie.l at Montpelier, Vt. JJS&K&?A&itl ft I0VETAIL especially aft, in the nature Expect to change Ve ako James Monroe also died of general 50 still f C. ca a agp Sa CRAWFCRDSVILLE, of things for IND. permitting Cash on hand Manufacture $1 debility; ho was buried in Marble Salesroom, Cemetery, New York City. if such a dangerous thing as a DOVETAIL BODIES AND GEARS IH THE WHITE. It is now time to discard that old pair of i; John Quiucy Adams died from a i Phone 3. Second St. deficit to make its appearance, Grain Elevator For Farmers. stroke of paralysis, with which he was c syX - eia thus compelling the governattacked while in the House of RepreErciLUOXD, KY. The construction of a grain sentatives at Washington. His body ment to issue bonds in time of Lfc.-peace. And not only Mr. elevator which can be used by is interred at Quincy, Mass. 'tti.''VI Andrew Jackson You are prohahly trying to makeup your mind SOMETHING Cleveland, but the Democratic the farmers of Anderson tion and dropsy anddied from consumpwas On his count', will mean much to estate the Hermitage buried Nashwhere to bujr your next pair. part', was called harshly to near Every Merchant ADVANCE. 3 task for enacting a tariff law them in times such as we have ville, Tenn. OUGHT TO USE. iELet us help you in this br asking- you to call on us Martin Van Buren succumbed that would create such a ter- this year. At harvest wheat arrh of the throat and lungs; his to catand examine the most complete line of FALL aud grate was low, but there was every rible thing as a deficit. Fine Chickens For Sale. is at Kinderhook, 2f. Y. WINTER SHOES ever before shown in Richmond. indication from the crop reIn the face of all this, Mr. William Henry Harrison caught a Dingley comes out boldly and ports that the price would ad- severe cold on the day of his inaugura Forty (10) Barred Plymouth Keck Co.LcTHE LOUISVILLE far sale, if taken now 50cts eai h. vance. This has proven to tion and it finally developed into pleur says the deficit under his celMRS M. F. AKBUCKLE. isy, from which he died. He was DISPATCH'S oct22m S.er CreeW. Kv ebrated monopoly-feedin- g and be the case, but many were buried at North Bend, O. TBBBRE3 e The mysterious disorder which caused act will amount forced to sell for want of storcnnruxTiJiJxnrijirixuTnririnrij-injtrrurp age facilities. An elevator is tho death of John Tyler was likened tt M lJhone, JS'o. 21. to fifty millions the first year. First Street a bilious attack; hit- body was interred iTJ''S--F3Tr- 1 JI? If the Republican theory of being built by the Lawrence-bur- g at Richmond, Virginia. il Roller Mills Co. that An injud cious diet, which Induced bond issues is true Mr. "HAMILTON" TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY. will be at the of the cholera morbus is assigned as the rea will have to engage Tnke Laxative Tablets. All jUTOGRAPHICC that business before he in wheat growers service section. son for the death of Zachary Taylor, Drujreists refund Bromo Quinine tails ;o Cure. of this the money if it is who was buried on his estate, near 25c. For sale by W. O. White, Drugcist, RichPEKVKNT "forsettlnsr to charsre," mond, Ky. many months older. If the It is 2:jix32 feet and is 50 feet Louisville, Ky. ntKVKNT disputes over account. ECONOMIST RANGES $1,00).00 iu Cash to Be Given Away 5 FRESHEST GROCERIES, 1'KEVKNT mistaken of all kinds. high. Its capacity is about James K. Polk died of cholera; was ACCURATELY record cah aales, failure of the treasury income to the Person "Who 3IaUt .':.. j Ucst 8AYK bookkeepln. Intimate on t!ic IZcsu.t oX' i.a BAKU three bllU at one writing CANDIES, to keep even with outgo makes 25,000 bushels of wheat. It buried on his estate near Nashville, LAND FOR Klectlou. Useo by Retailers Everywhere. required 100,000 feet .of lum- Tenn. Filniore was fatally stricken Write for circular. FRUITS and it necessary to issue bonds in Millard Every Subscriber to tho Daily or Hamilton Anrodranhir. Rfisffif r,n laml for Fale. This CAN GOODS time of peace, Mr. McKinley ber for its construction, and with paralysis; his body Iio' in Forest land lira in the Fox town precinct, direct Y"ee2r.ly Dispatch "Will De Kntltletl P HAMILTON, OHIO. to One Guess for Kvery Dollar Paid (in the interim of appointing there are in it 3,000 pounds of Hill Cemetery at Buflato, N. Y. At the lowest Price. on a county road, well watered and Upon His Subscription. Franklin Pierce died of inflammation fenced, new modem house: very negro postmasters in the nails. "Wheat stored there of the stomach; was buried at Concord, fan be bought cheap. Also Guesses May Ee Mailo Until O P. ST., ny home place of 70 acres direct on the south (would do well to have can be transferred to the mill New Hampshire. November 2, 18U7. Foxtown and Boonesboro pike Mt&ii&&MyB&aw&w his bond plates prepared. by means of pipes, and will James Buchanan was for many years The LonlsTille Dispatch's Hrst and SecJ. W. GARRISON. ond Cussing ContfJta having aroused so The much litcrest among its readers, a third deficit under not require to be handled. a sufferer from rheumatism and gout, from which litially he died; he wns ?ilei?.n.",v announced, which will surely be TREE: C20.0D Zi COLD. tne gri;ati:st success of Cleveland had not reached The work of the structure is buiied at Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Y VUII Blcyde.aold Watch, DIan: end is innnnnmuirmnj uxruinru utj tnra The Dispatch will, as soon asall. odcial RinSf or a suiarsaip iu the twenty-fiv- e count of the November. 1S37, election In Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by Tpv Draughon's Practical Dusiuess r..illions, before superintended by C. S. Heis-to1 College, Nashville, Tenn. or Kentucky Is announced, give to the sub-A Book for Young and Old. of Virginia, who is now J. Wilkes Booth, and is buried at IrGOnlG Texarkana, Tex., or a schol" 'vrj he was compelled to issue ovn.ier wno niaKes tlie closest gue to arship in most any other reputable business colactual n.urallty of the sucnwHrnl i,Hi,!-,t the Springfield, 111. the head miller at the for Were of the Court of Appeals of Ken- Frukfort & Cincinnati Railway. secured Audiew .(linsnn,s death was caused lege or literary school in the U. 5. can be Youths uw i .ij nu. by doing a little wort at tucky, at the election, November. 2, bypawlyiJ , ud he wan buried at Green- Advocate, an illustrated homs for the jouroal Mills. A nderson ville, ij Tliemanwho It is One Thousand Dollars In Cash. in character, moral in tone, und Tenn. RECORD NERVOUS especially has been struck News. and profitable to young Ulysses Grant died after a long people, but interesting interest and profit by Evpry snlxcrllipr to the Daily or Weekly read with In Eflect March 1, 1S9?. 1 u fcii i87o m by a locomBLOOD struggle, oi,. nicer of the throat, and his of all apes. Stories and other interesting I'IMtch can mnkp one guis- for every dolFor Tho Climax. - Jon . ; " i . Ira " TuJU.IM'Ti. Bmnnmw a p Pi TRY as 0 am mk i- - ni CT &U 1 tfc oM D H . ; I ( r We U M. 720 & 'Mother's Friend" IT iUI.IH J gold-grabber- s, CANDY OATHARTI m: i on IV 1 27-2- iiiicitew' S2pt3-i- y C, h 111. lWl $s BY ALL 25-- 24 T m m m Pants m S3 1. Ml deficit-producin- K Goods ress m m at these Prices: m Win-chetea- WHITE O A SI liiiclon.Jellii-o.Knoxvill- 1M :5 11.-1- m iunun Bargains Now! Bargains Forever! THR YDK pni?P viviiyiwniJ j , SSll dp IDj K; ieav i ern-bor- n FREIGHT. DRINKS. L( RAN& Xo-tcml- ' COMPANYnr v umunner Shoe. - ,Kj -. trust-breedin- g Freeman BroSo? -' i - Mc-Kinle- y 123 s& The Best Flour G3E8TEST oct6-h- n SALE Iliave-loacreso- f pro-lnctiv- e. raay26-6- m Hi 250.000 DISEASED MEM tepl2--M- v A. D. Smith, sept29-3m m so-call- ed .. A-.- n, i 1 -.- Law-rencebu- rg semi-month- VSXl. eltv-itin- J ieo-pl- e SKIN :i Trains Noa. 1, 2. tion Coalr Cars. iSTBJU.ND Na 11 No. II. AXVpm and 6 carry Free Observa- ij Si otive and is picked up alive JCE HUMPHRbi'S o Louisville CUKlPUMENTED. body lies in the mighty and magnificent iiiau-olt'U- PRIVATE t7.Spm 10. 45 am ATllaroJsbtrArl 4ipm 7.35am ,7 Wpnil 0 8 ml at uarKln..Lrl 4JS)prn 7.3Sam ilum Lr Loaisril Ar SiSm ArLarncbivAr 67 sta loss. wktbohsix Xo &s5pm .l5pm li. so. 14. P CURED iaam 8iiim vJj : ;; r,a XaBTBTCKD WtSTBOUWD. 5,000 Mttmia ratol tj ircro coramiltine. yi i CURED Ult.NO 7 . S.47pm S.iuam ArSaelbrll Ar 6.45pm ia 7am ArVersllea Ar 8.65am Al'rpm TSUpm lLSOdm ArMldwar Ar 7 41am ISSpin 730pm It 15pm Ar Oeorgta Lt 71&am 3.00pm 4Spm srAriuMS Lr Loutarll Ar IUa5m C.lipm Xa in tXclM. ixpa So. 7.4-ia- .im 6 5 pj fC$ BaSIBJDSD. I WESTBODKIl. BTATIOiCS. t.N'o 1 txo 4 a. tXo. 8. Z. 10 Slim I Warn 15pm 6.57pm Lr Versl'.es Ar 735am 5.30pm 4 40pm 7Jipm Ar XlchlrtU Ar li.5Hom 8.30pm ArRlchmo'dLT 605am r4f.pm 1.05 pm 1. 30pm) Ar Irrlne Lv .T LouUtU Ar lJio m Xa 1.7. A". 1 Loaisviile..... NaX , Ararannah Ar- .. Ar. Knowilld.... Ar Asaerille Lexliirtoa.... ........ 7 45am 7.36pm lOSOam mi 0pm Kuupm 7.30am LSsm Ll&pxn SOOam Ar. Uuatt inootfa.. Ar Atlanta BIGam 7 4opm 6.00 im Ar Jacksonville Chitunoo-a- . Ar. Hinnlnzbam.. Ar. Mendim... .. At Lt Macon a.tim Slupm 8 10jm SOlnm 605am u.avpm 10.som ILSOam 9 55pm 8.15am II 10pm ll.iOam YUrrrorKT.n. sypiitt.tr. rt.v.rt r.4 gl'KICl'l'KB. IMPOTKNCV. 8K- LKKT DKAIKK. U.VNATnilAL BLADDER difcatcf. dieae? Were you cured? DoyouDow nn1 tbn fee rome alarming tymptoms? SSJ )ro yop marry in your present conditio? Vmi teoir. "LUOJ F.VTHEU. Lt KK SOX." If tnnrried. cro you lii infill dread? Je marriase a failure with you on account of any weakness cau rd by early abuto or Liter Ha e you been I'mssc-- i with mercary? This liooUlctwillrKimtontlo you tba result of tbcfo erimos and oint out howcur NUV METHOD 1KAT- JUKNT vill positively euro yon. It rbow ho it thoumndu h.ivo Leon Fared by our NKVi' TKnAT.Mi:NT. It prove how we can CUAilAXTER TO CURE ANV CDKAI5LK CASE OU NO PAY. I no treat and cttre con-tnt- ly . hiliit? When too lato to avoid the ter-;nblc remits, Trcre yor.r eyes o;cneJ to yonr jicril? lid yon later on in man hood cntrnct any P1U VATK or BLOOO Didyouonlyronsidcr tbe fuscirnlics alluretncntj of lbU evil A lime you finned nature nznint tbo l;niJlo enmo you I fi j Ar. New Orleans. 4.om a.4pni Na 1 carries Free ChiU-- ear LouUrllle to Lexington there eonnectia; with Solid Vettl-- I balcTpiln earrjlne Pullman Sleeping Can via uatuawiiui uirmincnam aaa .New Orleans, No. J Clrrlei Pallmnn lnrruir tr. Ck.atianooffa.ann AtixntA ni.n r JaekaoHTllle TbrHot Springs. Ashe7llle, ana' aisipgr iiuucioil to new Or- wii CURES GUARANTEED "Tbe AVbccj of Sin" font frre W enelofine 2e stamp. CONSULTATION PRI'I. If nnrkhln fn rail, vrritft fnr &l OUKKTTON I1LAKK for U0MIS TREATMENT. uu, . tDally Except ,. Wnoonj'. &T.K.S.T.Sandar. &T.A.. Swrrr.P. W. H 4 r;s. KErEDYft KERGAN S22 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. auglS-ly Qsinr. LouUrllle.Ky. Geo. SupU, i"' Wahlarton. D. C 4u,"-"-A.. W WMsJsctos, U a -- Lexlncwn.ly. Culk T. M. .Wahlnlon. D. a1 TATMJE.AG.P.A. LoaUrlll. Ky. J. M. IITTi.Wili'Tiilkff TiWil l i iug sketch of Air. Joseph A. Ilum-phrej- 8, formerly of Woodford county, man who who is the Democratic Repiesentative-eei- t through negin Fayette, lie. Is a brother lect has sacrif Mis C. 1). Chennult, of this cilv: ficed his health "Jifreph A. Humphreys, DeinoeralY and wrecked his body, and through the merits of a medicine is picked up alive nominee for the lenitlaturri in Fayette and restored to health has had an almost county, was born in Wo"Uiini county equally wonderful There are Ky., June 28, 1859. His fai!.er, hearing thousands of men, who have for years overworked themselves to the neelect of their tin- - feaine name, ws the son . f Jav?d C health, aud then when utterly wrecked lliiiiipliieyp, of that county, one of iis in body and shattered in nerve have most prouiM cm and wedtliy eit:zens. been picked up anu restored to hcaith by Hi who is Mill living at tin-olTiewirri-iDr. Pierpp'R (tolrlon homestead in Woodfoid county, and It is a marvelous remedy that corrects all disorders of the digestion, invigorates who is known throughout the woild, esthe liver, and fills the blood with the elements that build new flesh and pecially the literary world, for her talent muscle. It is the great blood-maKand and ability, was Miss Sarah T. Gibson r. It cures oS per cent, of all daughter of Hon. aUrfas Gibson and cases of consumption and is a specific for Susan P. Hurt, oA couuiy, this diseases due to disorders of the digestion -or imperfect nutrition. Druggists sell it 'tale- Mr. Humphreys spent the early " Myself and wife." writes Mr. II. G. Adarax. pait of Ins life at tl-- old home iu WoodofTurners Button, Henry Co.. Ky.. "Iiave taken ford, and attending the schools iu that five bottles of vour Golden Medical Discovery and- Favorite JTcscription.' The medicines arc curing both of us. We can't say too much for wuuij, Duionjuciiuv iiiuving 10 lA'X' them or for you. My wire persuaded me to onit ington, where he pursued' his studies at the doctor here and try one bottle of yi en Medical Discovery.' I did so, and I thank Got private shools until he gntcred the for it. I have recomm'-ndeit hichly to many of of tho South at Sowanee, Tenn., my neighbors. I told them that if t did not do them one dollar's worth cf eood that I would pay wheiti lie completed his iourse and be-itfor it. the sudy of law, but his mater al "I will give yon a little statement of my own case. I was enervatt-- could hardly get up in dying abom this time, it the morning, never ccn whole nicht's sleep, wat short of Itreath, had tight feeling in the stomnecessitated his moving to Louisiana ach, and was restless. I would throw up mv food, and had numerous other ailments which 'l for a lew years, where he conducted the have not time to wriie about now. I now fetl sugar plantation belonging to, his mothbetter and look better than ever before in my life." er. In 18S2 he once more relumed to Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the surliisfaimin Woodford couuty. and has est, safest, quickest cure for constipatioB. They never (rripe. One tittle " Pellet" is a remained there and iir F;yetto county" ireatlc laxative, and two a mild cathartic. ever sincewith' tlie exception of r. few ." r."7- years spent ihSt Paul, Kiuu. IaUS87J always cause. foil .1 T d life-givi- ng er flesh-builde- mil aud earned on" by the cowcatcher has had a miraculous escape. The in V Dispatch prints the Ohio. City. James A. Garfield, assassinated by niHNe&Guiteau, is buried at Cleveland, at Riverside Park, New-Yor- k matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Ad vocate Iwb. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention thiapaptr.J auglS-l- y Roofin"-- , Gutteriujr and General Chester A. Arthur siircnmbed to Brij;ht's di6eac. and his srrave is in Rural Cemetery, Alhanv, N. Y. Having Opened a Job "Work. We Send it FREE! TO sC Furniture Establishment AT 21G EAST MAIN. me am i a 11 KASTBOC.1D. 1. &, B. 2, 1SSHJ. Young and Old. Kejoice with us Time Table No. 29 Taking Effect I R Sun- I am in the Discovery. prepared totaUeaH-kinclof second-han- d furniture, such s side-boards- day, Hay No. 1 lstass. 00 23 10 u)ird Uni-veisi- ty When a man lias puttered for year? with a weakness tfTat blights Wis life and robs him of all that really make life worth liviuj:, if he avail liitiiHelf of a complete cure, why not posses the moral of furniture or old cast off clothing-- second-han- d stoveij. courage to stop liis'dowinvard cotirte. We will tend you by mail, AiSMII.dTK-Ijalso do uphblstering1, cai;-ria- e FKKK, in plain package, the All- top I'tmnini int. iiiikjia.N'.s VITAL rAI'.blUS. with a All work lb guar sintee to. permanently cuib I.iisT SUN v , Y ascloeks, bedsteads, mattress!, es, bureaus, couches, in fact anything yqu want to dispose of in the line Versailles . Nicholasville Valloy View Million Uichmond .. Union . aioberley.. UrassSeid. - Ex Sun Ex Sun Kx Sun AVM. P.M. A.M. 10 20 No. 3 6 7 8 8 8 57 28 CO I 2d Class. NoTiTi 8 55 12 lt 11 11 U 13 p. s:. 58 30 I It SO rr Iff 12 12 33 1 05 12 13 r.M. 12 , 50 n- 2 00 2 15 . 10 10 11 11 5a 20 " 43 iu " k--wl mattresses. - triniminff, renew v . . 3 20 1 illlllD, SW,K-ACl'!- K, SKXUAIj mm Irvine boiinp WKAK-VKS- au VAUIOM'KbK VUJJir t rains. ineitijlorg-inKo G. O D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, wo would not send our medicine KUKK to try, and pay when satisfied. Write inav not Addreh8 appear again. tq-daas-thi- s SniPS forevei and all nnnaturaJ SATISFACTION to foi mer appearances GUARANTEEID tt Itr. Western Me diciag Cwnpaiy,. ISOSmUTEP, 24-2- S r" i."i -- si jMr1 u- - i'i e v ,, f-- n&.- -JZ; ?5 PUBLISHING CO., KAST.BOUND. Lexiagtoa aa4 Merehead Accom 9 15 am 445 W. Main St IxBls-rHeKy. New Yk LiBitea F F. V. 11 53 am . 5 57 . LexinjEtea and Mt. Sterling Accon 6 30 pm WM. BROCKMANl Versailles, 6 43 tr sept8-l- y Iff 7 55 Washiastoa Express 9 23 pn 8 35 'Apole-reddr 2 S Aceoea4aa a7m7 "pTm7' p.mT TJxl f SJlt if Wtrfejecow.whhelaay. Otfeer testes tralBsraa daily except Suni trr daily. caraerrice to WkO ABB tMWt 'd fect' AlltraiBS coanect wife lafaville Soatfeera syik THMt 6isas Wanted-- In Idea et WMNatMi ln te art from JUmwrUle. "J jdr,&7ii" 'li ,BW3r aad. face;' ibew York. . orstetperreserratlon. Ttoteot Mr tMH; th AWtijjtoeMeet wHh O.'K.OlAT.P.traioli ottet "SllnV waaJal 8Tti,T7 for iaiortmi, brlaf !NW1DU pOwrtMAH? w WW M0iB j.w; BOOK.- TMiL THaTiafrl. " F tsm -- I mi nt'i'i. . . i Mn iv.jft " T"-- " ii 1I n.Tiii ti i UT3.BT "i r IB b ti "T ? . J- li. li - solicit a share of your patronage. I respectfully Millio- n,. Valley Viw .. Nicholftaville. Panol.i : Brasefield Moberley Onion Bichinond...., .. br 8an gg 8un Ex Sun Ex Sun Xar. Tm. p.m. a.m 1 30 a -- .,. v- -. 2 2 00 11 15S C03 2 IT 4 00 4 05 4.40 5 30 9 20 6 31 235 4 28 4 40 5 10 5 15 5 10 L.T 500 539 ZL ceived. EAST BOUND. Cncw-- i may be made npon mt a.m. pjn rn.m lai. Iilspatch and inallitl conponi ni-- ! to Thr Lve Frankfort ! 630 3 00 1'at.lNhlng Company, with one dollar Arr Elkhom 3 CO 645 enclo ,ii iarh coupon nsed. Switzer . 6 SI 3 "2 All I lime outside of LouUvIIlc who gne Stamping Ground 702 3 43 must be mall subscribers. Tbo paper will Duvalls . . TfS 3 M btr ilrjlravrd Tree to Louiivllle. New Albany Georgetown... . 4 t 720 acil subscriber. Lve Georgetown. 4 30 8 CO Spi.i1 i)ne Dollar for the Weekly, or Six Arr Newtown . S 12 4 42 Dollars lor the Dally (except Sunday), or " Centreville.. . 8 22 4 M hijfht Dolhlrs for Dally and Sunday, or Two Elizabeth 4 M 8 23 Dollars r.(r tbe Sunday edition, aud remera-Iw- r ' Paris 8 43 5 10 jou rt one guess for each duIUr sent WEST BOUND. In. a.m. p.m. ir you nrp alrendy a snbcrlber. your tlmp . . . 9 20 will be extended for as long a time as your Lve Paris 530 Elizabeth Arr 9 32 Uium-pars the subscription. 5 42 Centreville 9 33 5 43 AgcntswlH bp allowed the regular com' Newtown .. . . 9 43 553 mission en all the gnesscs that they send " Georgetown.-Lv- e C 0 10 00 In, bat hc papers t!in ordered, whether Georgetown. 10 40 6 M IMIly or Weekly or Sunday, must be sent 6 M by mall ind not put In with the agent's Arr jiuvalts. .J0 M 6 41 Stamping Ground 13 11 packag. 11 6 59 As gne.ves are refelved thpy win bp tnrn-Elkhora . . lt as 706 Y,Sr fo ,he treasurer of the comnanr. Frankfort . .. . 11 55 720 . J, Ualrd. to be" deposited Mr. and held cnlll thevjosp of the contest at 6 o'clock oa C. D. BEKCAW, Gen'I Pass. Agent tlip nlghr: 0 Novcaiber 2. They wll be sealed op In the prpsecce of GEO. B. HARPEB, Gen'I Snpt. three- Jiidirs on the morning of November 3. Franilort, Kentccky. end turnwl over to them fo bp ilrpoxltixl In the vanltjot the Union National Hank untir the official count Is declared by the Secretary of (Irate, when they will bp opened In the presence of three Judges ami comRailway. pared, nni the name, of tbe successful gneju ct will te announced In the Dally and Weekly Dispatch a early as possible check palit to the successful guesscr. and Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. If two )ir more persons should tie upon the suocij;sfnl guess, the monev wilt be eqnallT dfrtldpd between thrm. WEST BOUND. Send foi; Sample copies containing ML. Sterliag and Lexington Accom s. 6 55 am Artvss all letters containing rupssps Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am and rttoiqinces to Ww. J. Ilalrd. 'Xreasurtr Morchead and Lexington Accom. 3 CO pm NewYork Limited fIf.V 4 50 pm !!-r lar he pry upon his subscription from thU date until November 2. 1S)7. at 6 p. in., after which time no more guesses will br re- - DAILY KXCEPT SUNDAY. " " " .. . Jw-.iz- Cl - 't- :- ii M Con-poti- DISPATCH . CiCinfi-- r l5 j e- v i XX&t5Z ' MW fc44 I 1 !!- "HI IMP - .. dc .?& .r "i tertiT " Wawv VK7roZiX id