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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898102601_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. s 'fv?'Virf?' rtll IM III Ml IH II r. '"IT1 It MIWMI Wse .iriiiMw 1 1 iiil l I 1--1 -- ICbji y KKUti RICHMOND Willi II illl H 3FTXT1&v. IMTr PHlib III in 'I - , "S. . .. ' TO - S: iriif jjh"n"ffB?r IMi, JU Jt irlKgtr-ifr---- t , - l ftfri I'lili -- ggEgygAB. Jim jjjl, aBafcJtt IVTjgJTOE-TW - fP- 3WI3 - PreTZSaOUIL TVf? MMJfrtWTMffi'fWffnfrBBBiBBhBBMWffBffWlT rr " rA CUMA. NUMBER f K 25 Sill Cominsnts OF THIS WAR, BY RICHMOND, 'What about Montauk Point? What about ChickRinnuga? What about Camp Merrill? What about Typhoid Algorl" Rev. Casson in the Coining Nations.' Keals Speed Returns to C. U. C MADISON COUNTY, Dr. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1898. 2i. Henry McDonald Represents The Soulr. Blade Upon- - The Mismanagement THE HORDE UNPATRIOTIC CHARGE. OF INCOMB00D-LERSIN RoVal Baking Powder Saieguards the food PETENTS AND IsaviTl yssfflg 13 BOTH swinEi, DRIVING! HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE, U and you can also say extreme-unf or table, when are iJ1 one f our easy duung ami .h.uulsome Buggies and . Our stock of line -- . 3-- 1'i.i-tons- According to the reports that Iiave been coming from the various camps, hundreds ot our voung men are being lnnrdeied by preventable diseases. Less than 300 killed in the war, more than 1,500 killed in camps! What a record of murder lor the Republican patty to face! No woixler that when McKinley vibitcd his home at Canton the other day, the crowd at the station had no cheerb for Imn. As boon as peace was concluded they bhould have been mustered out and sent home at once. They remain where they are not because the country needs their service, but beeauue the officers need their salaries, and the contrapiort) need is unsurpassed for h. itity, style, durability' and su)eriority, and we i,,mM-acelling them at prices that ,ut' . l The hopes and ambitions of the oct5-l- y fih Masons of Richmond Lodge have final44 their profits. there 's no dust on fully in our 'memories than will Jiis ly sei forth in a magnificient volume, ly been realized in the erection of a No use for a duster which, after months of careful prepar3a i GOOD AGENTS IN EVERY Many of the oflicers have been receiv uniform kindness to all. county in the state of Kentucky temple which will rank as the third ation, has just been issued by the inj: higher pay since the war began .finest in Kentucky. The second and Southern Railway. BL"TjfiiS Discovered by a Woman. 11 T. punfies the than they ever received before and t . t fever Deodorizes and an' Hav Improves the third stories of the old Luxon building it sens too last i i voice. cleanes and they are determined to lniika hay breath This book, the title of. which, Another great discovery has been the inflamed air passages Restores lost now occupied by Covington & MitchtaMr and smell Cures Catarrhal Deafness. while the sun shines. made and that too, by a lady in this Empire of the South," convej s an idea ell have been remodeled and so conESTABLISHED The most sensible and scientific treatment on The railroad companies, are piling up country. "'Disease fastened its clutches of its character, is beyond question one administer and costs the thr market Easy tothree-fiftcents per day. millions through the travel to and of the most comprehensive and at the structed and enlarged as to provide for sufferer but oneand upon her and for seven years she withLiberal salar and commission to good agents. same time artistic publications ever a complete lodge on the third flower Everv Treatment guaranteed. Call on or ad- f 0111 the camps, and they want to prostood its severest tests, but her vital orwith a large aditoriumon the second, MORRIS &.!RIBBLE, dress long it for a few neeofcary months. Stitc Manager". gans w ere undet mined nnd death seemed issued from the press. It contains to be used for-al-l public functions, such LocV Rox 1ST, Richmond, Ky. nearly two hundred octave pages, over And the poor private soldier re- imminent For three months she Offi-- e Main Street, over Dr. Hobson's Denas lectures, suppers, balls etc. The octvtw ceives les attention than the muieb coughed incessantly and could not four hundred exquisitely printed illustal Parlors. anysquare with room is about thirty-fiv- e Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and that drag the baggage wagons. sleep. She finally discovered a way to trations, and makes a presentation of tall ceiling, abundance of light and : PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Southern interests in all lines of human He has no monuv, no influence, no recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of American marble and Granite. easy of access by f roat propertv, no pull, nothing but lis life. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- activity, which for thoroughness of ventilation, and stairway. has never bean apHe otlered the government all he tion, and was so much relieved on taking treatment A?ros:T3T3. Other rooms on the second floor had, and the government takes it and first dose, that she slept all night and proached. will bo used as offices, the first being The opening chapter of the book unthrows it away. O W. MILLER. with two bottles has been absolutely occupied by Mr. T. J; Smith, Jr., InsurTyphoid, dianhea, pneumonia, and in cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz.' der the caption of "The South, Yepter Attoknky-at-La- t, day fTo-da- y and "discusses ance and Brokerage. The upper 6'ory some cases actual starvation are mow- Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of le'ngth about 130 feet, will be Kevtuckt. Richmond, ing down the lauks of the volunteers Shelby, N. ( Trial bottles free at in a broad and forcible manner the the entire devoted to lodge purposes, lor which it OOire in the Bnrnam Building, next door to like urapeshot, while Alger, Alger the Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Succes present and future of the Southern is purposely designed. The rear apartThose who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind of feb3-l- y Fa1- Tier's National Bank. Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear timber grabber, Alger who had to W. G. White. Regular size 50c States, treating at considerable length ment or temple proper will be 35 feet sors to of the M. E Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand the various interests, such as agriculduring the ciil war to escape be- and $1.00; every bottle guaranteed. 4 s"CTZjXjX"V-AJi- r, a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all classes of ture, cottou, tobacco, iron, coal, resorts, square with a dome !24 feet to the apex ing court maitialed as a coward, Albuyers ff"JlR. W. G. GOUCHER. one; of the best workmen in Central climate, etc. Following this aie chapters-- When completed it will be a monument UNSETTLED CONDITIONS OF CUBA. ger the incompetent coiporatiou tool, Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work to the zeal and worth of the Masons-- of devoted to each of the States south is talking business with the agents of in every plrtse. Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs, Law, ATronsEV-which will be furnished on application. of the Ohio and Potomac, and east of this good town which has already the (Chicago Dispatch. the ti lists. KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, nnusual distinction of having furnished the Mississippi rivers. While Alger lias been riding in his " YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.- -! CALL AT The delay in the work of evacuating LITERARY NOTES f'fti e over Tavlor's Hard ware store, op- - special palace car, hundreds of sick Cuda bv the Spanish is resulting in the These gives a brief, interesting sketch four Grand Masters of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, among them I -- ite Court House, on Main Street. volunteers base been jammed lue forming of all sorts of plots by all of the early history of each State, and Green Clay Smith and liis son, Hon. J. mii. ii.wi.im.tos- iiooth's Ki'n:in(r. , ami jolted from sorts of parties.each plot and each party, then touch upon all its important accattle 111 the bux car-Mis. Ballington Booth,' of "The II B HOUG. Speed Smith, the latter being the proudstation to station. however, being directly opposed to the tivities, showing the progress being est of all the members of this .accom- American Volunteers." is wriltingout ATTORNEY AT LAW. made not only by the State itself, but Shtiiij)ooftliafier must have his slight- United States. plishment of years of toil and planning her experiences in American prisons, Kentucky. est wishes giatilied SALOON PARLOR Rn tiMiisn. at once, but the Dispatches from Havana say: 'The by the leading cities. and in the slums ot New York, for The The author of the work, Mr. Frank for this magnificent temple. WHEN IN TOWN. weak and emaciated olunteers must delay in the evacuation of the island Ladies' Home Journal. Mrs. Booth Offire No 13 Fir-- t St. up stairs. 31 30 sleep on four blankets, and dying men by the Spanish troops and the uncer- Presbrey, is a close student of Southern WHAT ABOUT WHEAT. has perhaps come closer to the lives must gasp 111 ain for a drop of water. tainty as to the definite policy of the progress, nnd in the collection aud pre aud confidences of the men and women Coolest and most refreshing J C .v D M CUKNAULT. A comrade from rian Francisco tells United States in the coming occupa- paration of the immense amount of im What has become of the republican in piisons, and to know the poor betof drinks that can be found LAW, ine thai Camp .Meiiitt near that city, tion of Cuba tend to render the situa portant information given in the book, harvest song of rejoicing over "dollar ter, than any woman living. She will ATTORNEYS AT of the officials has had the in the city are dispensed is located partly m a tion here most intricate. . Kevtuckv. not only tell what she lias seen, but wheat"? Rl The camp was placed here to please by and accommo"Conflicting reports are also in circu- of the Southern Railway. The distribof (lie sweet singer, she willpoint out what her experience Why is the voice ution of this magnificient volume will dating' clerks. Second street, over Ghen- - ihe Market Street .Railway Company, lation regarding the policy adopted by who chanted the praise of the Dingley has shown her to be the most effective ii"iv on in spue of the fact that there is a gov- the insurgent chiefs. For instance, it do an incalculable amount of practical bill and the prosperity of the farmer, way in dealing aillt . grix-erv- . with the people of the Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. ernment reservation near b of 1,500 is asserted that General Calixto Garcia good in calling the attention of the silent? prisons and the .luni3. with the world to the South, and the Southern aires or beautiful located land. has agreed to PHTSI3IANS. That dulcet song has ceased because MAltV AXbKKSON'S LITTLr. BOY. The bins in Camp Meirittare learn- Americans and is exhorting the Cu- Railway has demonstrated its faith in there is no longer a famine in India; beSecond St. Phone 3. the future oi that section by the ex cause the world's crop of wheat has Mary Anderson, who is now Mrs de ing a few thing. They will be belter bans to lay down their arms and accept DR H. R. GIBSON, RICHMOND, KY. listeners in future to the socialist doc the conditions imposed by the Ameri- penditure of the many thousands of not been curtailed this year by drought; Navarro and lives in England, has al PITYiTrrAS? AND SURGEON, trine that olllcers shall be chosen by cans. Friends of the chief contradict dollars which tiis great work must because the Diugley nill had nothing low ed herself, her new English home Kentucky. iht soldiers themselves, that there shall these reports and the insurgent leaders have cost. Those who are fortunate and her baby to be photoB Ml ,N. AU Urugglst3 pell Dr. Miles' Norvo Plasters. more to do with the price of wheat last bs no contractors to make profit by are all unflinching champions of the enough to receive a copy oi this edition year than the snow fall has to do with graphed for the first time for publication. Some twenty pictures have been de luxe, which is sent with the compliO e in hc Joe l' Ans bmldir r, 18 and ro Sec supplying poor food aud clothing, aud absolute independence of Cuba, and the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. 27- . Now in stock and on made and the best of these will ap rer Wnue oW druzitore. n ments oi the company, will prize it as ttiat no private railway company shall that they will listen to no compromise. What are the fanners doing this year of The Ladies' sale, Ibcughtbefore inllunce the government to place tlit m go so far as a most valuable addition to their li- with their wheat? Are they rushing it peal m an early "Some prominent Cubans Home Journal. The baby's picture CHAS. HOOKER, g camp. in a the large advanceto say any deviation from the orignal brary. to the market? Indeed, they are not. of course, the central one of interest I ETERTSARY SURGEON, ment in prices 20,000 It is to be hoped that the cyclone of resolution of Congress regarding Cuba wheat area For broken surfaces, sores, insect The farmers of the entire skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced indignation whith seems about to will be met by opemprotest and armed tons of paper and Or any of those Gradtwte Ontario Veterinary College. are now holding meetings pledging bites, burns, skin diseases and especialhere through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact tlwt sweep over the country will not speiuW opposition, which, ho'wever suicidal to ly piles there is one reliable remedy, themselves to hold their grain back, will have plenty of Veterinary DentUtry and Sterility a Specialty itse'.f in merely blowing Alger and two Cuban aspirations, would inean much DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. When and thus attempt to raise the price to 3 cent paper on sale Jk-IRIMIIEIup stairs, over store recently accu-ple- d or three others into private life. further trouble, loss of life, privation yon call for DeWitt's don't accept something like a profit. R,, next season. Reby Richmond Harness Co , East Mainy St., counterfeits or firuds. xou will not apr7-l' Others of little more ability will aud expense for the Americans. Richmond Ky be disappointed with DeWitt's Witch member pledge you The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, is still behind his counters, where he has State of Kentucky, ' take-thei- r places. The lovely Marechal Neil rose owes "The climatic perils are particularly Hazel Jsalve. Douglas & Wells. Madisox County. no advance m prices been for over 31 years, in the good old town of Richmond, and still ready to wait Eugenia. Let the cyclone burst upon the ring referred to as likely to cause considerM. D C. its name to the Empress May Tekm, Junk 1S9S. on sroods now in stock and on liis old customers and as many new ones as will favor nim with their patronof financiers, which hits become might able loss of life among the Americans. Medicine and Surgery. When General Neil returned from the Madison County Fiscal Coukt. and is those bought before the ad age. His stock and being added to constantly, place.you will findheyou can get ier than the government. scene of his triumphs over the Aus-triaOihce Collins Huildinc, MainStreet. "Whether from hidden motives or Anything tells you is goods cheaper better there than any other The question of Lining and selling vance. Telephone lit residence (the Cnrr place) en Waste none or your just as represented, and you can rely on it. SF Give him a call and encourage ilaiuia is their political agent and otherwise, the Spaniards encourage the in Italy after the battles of County Turnpike bonds Madison Briday. je21M5ra. vassel. small home trade. and Magenta, a poor man, gave have been submitted to this county, valuable time looking Cubans in these ideas, and it is The Shelby News says: "Rev. Leon- - Kentucky. McKiiiley'.s their mortgagedlife, Ricnsiovn, They care no jnore for liberty claimed the Spanish delay in evacuat- ard W.Doolan, who" graduted with him a basket filled with exquisite yel- and being advised the Coutt is of the. sample books of old time wall and happiness of common soldiers, or ing Cuba has much to do with this first honors from Rochester Theologi- low roses. The General had a cutting opmion that Madison county bonds papers. 250 boxes of Window rr v EVANS, M. D., should be issued and sold for the pur' common people of any kiud, than an situation. cal Seminary, X. Y., and is now a stuck from one of the blooms, and port of purchasing and maintaining Glass bought before advance elephant cat e.s for the ants beneath its The Spaniards.it is believed, would, student jn the Southern Baptist Theo- when the rose tree from it had grown, the Turnpikes of MudiVon county, Ky in prices will be sold to you at feet. Seminary, of in the event of hostilities between the logical Louisville, he ;took it to the Empress Eugenie. It is therefore ordered by this Court Physician and Surgeon, prices than others can Wendell Phillips once gave the Americans and Cubans,-join- , with the preached at the Baptist Church in She was charmed with a gift, but that an election be held and polls.be less opened at the next regular election to biry them. and glazing Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. workingmen voters of America the latter against the American forces. Eminence Sunday morning and in the when she aked the name of the rose, be heliL in the county in November, poor logic to agree that points. Paints, Oilr, Vardiswas unknown, 1S9S never foiget" .Rememmotto: "Already there is abuse in the union services at the Methodist church she was told that it all meats arealike. Our meats DR. T. J. TAYLOR, , The Sheriff of Madison count-- , Ky., nishes, "Window shades. ber the motto when 1900 comes. tribution of rations, and it would l)e that evening. Mr. Doolan is a sou of "Ah!" she said, "I will give a name; are the best. "We kill first- Practitioner in ifediciie and Surgery, Remember these tales of horror well to stop that work as soon as tlio jMr. X. J. ,Doolan, of this county. He it shall be Manwhal Neil." By this is directed to advertise this said election for at fi Kentucky that are bent from every camp, and Spaniards evacuate the island, for those is an eloquent preacher, a profound she conveyed to the gallant officer that and the object of it,tho dav least thirty class cattle, is why we have Richmond, of theaid dava next before when Iionrke Cochran delivers a $50,-00- 3 who know Cubans best are well aware thinker and cultivated, scholar." H. WILLIS, he had been made a marshal of France ehction, in some newspaper having in always enioyea :i jrooa snare and residence on Second Street well the largest circulation in Madi-o- n oration ou "The Gloiious War lie-co- that they will not go to work so long as of Kiehmond s patronage. Lieut. T. F. Carter, of the U.S. Navy, for his services .to the country, as lovely bloosom. Prow- county, Ky , and he is oidercd to ad203 IT. S IH STREET. as naming the of the Republican party, ask him: they can obtain free rations. Those that have not favored is visiting at ,Mr. Lucas Brodhead's at vertise the said election by printed DENTAL STTJtaESY. "Planters dread- - to -- resume . work, Woodburn, where his family have beeu ler in Winchester Democrt. E"i"J' "t t ';ay iw?"'wfc.iwi.1 j nffrlfj hand bills, also, posted up at nofless us with orders in the past fearing that the independence of (the spending the summer. Mre. Carter nee than four public places in each voting will be convinced, by giving OBSERVE ThE LAW. precinct in the said County, and at the ALL WOMEN island will bring about a state of "anar- Miss Mattie Brock, is a sister of Mrs- .cfoS0TV us a trial order that our Beef, "DT."0aCTvUu6 said" County. It I'ourt House door of Should know that the chy. There will be no sugar crop this Brodhead. Lieut. Carter was ou board "Old Time" Remedy, and other for quail, partridge and is ordered that bonds shall not be isyear, and the cane fields will be in such khe U. S. S. Brooklyn in the Santiago The faeason DENTIST, sued exceeding Seventy Thousand Dol are not excelled y anj- - market. pheasants opens November 15th and lars ($70,000), and the said bonds shall a bad state next year that no crop may battle and gives thrilling accounts of op Looisnille, Ky. " closes January 1st. The Kentucky laws bear, interest not to exceed G per cent i- be expected in 1S9& next door to Govtrnment 1Building, how the thing was done. Everyone to 4. Office hours- -9 to RichmSnJ, Ky "It is said General Parra'do aud Ad- remembers that the Brooklyn was hit governing game and birds are very per annum, with coupons attached novl7-l- y these bonds to stringent. Any person killing or hav- payabledenominations of not less than miral Manterola of the Spanish commis- thirty five timns by the Spanish shells, tie in n vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions. Lettuce, sion recently admitted in private con- but Lieut. Carter Bays not a single shell ing in their posteosiou quail, partridge One Hundred (5100) nor more than rooms for rent. Four nice &c &c., can be found in our market at all times. Taanking you for past patronage, I before the opening of the One Thousand - 1.000) and to be sold versation their.dissatisfactiQU, with the pierced the armor plates of our vessels or pheasants a continuance of same. solicit season is liable to a line of not less than at not less than par value, and to run result of the war, and expressed tile" Woodford Sum. Do you cet up with a Call at Dental Oiiice oi Dr. Hob-sonot more than thirty (SO) years, and the 5 nor more than 23. hope that something would occur be Telephone I03. headache? Sheriff is directed to embrace these Itev. Wm. Crowe, Jr., of Frankfort, Mackey Building, Main St. fore the final evacuation of the island Is there a bed taste in may25-l- y orders in his notice of election. next door to pestoffice. one of the C. E. attendants, filled Dr. your mouth? A Copy Atte-t- . to warrant a renewal of hostilities, as, pulpit Sunday. His text Then you have a poor John V. White, C. M. C. C they are credited with saying, the Rutherford's appetite and a week digeswas "lie was bruised lor our ini . FRED SMITH. In persnant to the above order, I will Spanish army and navy could not acYou are frequently, tion. A Few Points quities," winch he said was written 600 on November 8th, 1S93, caiifce to be dizzy, always feci dull and cept the humiliation which they have DENTIST. Is the best for restate TnraSles. Corrects all opened at vaiious voting places in You have cold drowsy. In rctnalo Organs. Should be subjected to without an emphatic years before the coming of Christ, hut Hon. W. H. Ohley, Irregularities been or ft.ito of Madison county a poll to take the over Collins' Grocery same office SUPERIORITY- hands and fett. You get Philip explained to the reader that it taken for Chaii;c ef LKi and before lately occupied by Dr. W W Burgin. jan!2-l- y protest and opportunity to rehabilitate sensus of the voiers on thu above havo stood tho West Virginia, writes an open letter. PUntcrs "0'd Time" Kcntd-ebut little benefit from your surrendertest for twenty years. II. H. Colyek, S. M. C. question. themselves, which, they claim, "would meant Jesus, and the reader food. You have no ambition CnAnu.ST0X, W. Va., Mar. 9, 1S08. octo 4t IIad3 0uIybr"e"" , FjienccritaactaeCD., Cnat- to work and the sharp pains by a continuation of the ed his heart to the story, and we must De best offered rvio l.HH-D do likewise." It was one of the most To whom it may concern : of neuralgia dan through war." most heartily recommend your body. appropriate discourses we ever heard. "I t w"r.at is the cause of all Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. of great benefit in cases of catarrh. We met five Crowes at Louisville Condec8-lOver Yellow Jaundice Cured. O White. DLNTISr. wherever tlio is especially beneficial this trouble? ference, and this Frankfort minister It Constipated bowels. mucous membranes are affected. As a CuflVk fliwr liiimnnih ctlntttil Ha cnT"inlifn over Madison National Bank, .ctV,l' Richmond, Ky. fnr it rHof. 'rePreSen,B U,ree' President Button's tonic it certainly has no superior." .- -. ... .,,,.,,, ., .,. .w.... The Practically .V. Who can think of State. W. II. Ouley, naa nuuiiicr V.1UWO Wanted-f- in of some simple It is with pleasure we publish the fol )(iiMiuiuiiiGiCol. Craddock. INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BLAST FIRE BOWL, thing to patent? preacer. Protect your ldea: they may bring you wealth. lowing: "This is to. certify thaj-IwaLouis 1. Produces the following results: write juk WEUuuuiuo s uu Patent Attor ror their i.sa prize oner neys. Wajiiilagtdii. D. a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice ana list ot tno hundred inventions wasted. SOLICITORS WANTED EVEBY Perfect combustion of Soft for ovei six months and was treated by WHEBE for "The Story or the Philippines" Qreat Economy Coal, consuming all the Fumes by bv Murat Halstead. of a Within three-quarter- s of the best physicians in our city ernment ar Official commissioned the tne Gov some and Gases, gaining Just so Historian to War De Ohio, HON. C. T. CALDWELL, in this. No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. much mors heat that li othtr book was mile of Owensboro, Ky. and all to no avail. Dr. Bell, our drug- partment. The Francisco, onwritten in army will be at Mr. J. B. Willis. Richmond, Ky., on the Pacific with camps at San stoves Is wasted. gist, recommended Electrict Bitters, General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, Every inch of is as rich as WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 1898, trenches at to aud after, takingtwo bottles I was entire- in Hong Kong, in the American with pike iu the county; the land ol Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom- The Cross Drafts from tha Bowl, causeslhe heattho camps Manila, every second Wednesday of each returning of on the deck of tne Olympia with Dewey, bo radiated to the floor Instead of to ly cured. I now Hike great pleasure in , ,.M.ln .. ,!. .nil a. Mnnlln month. Reference every physician febl5-l- Rich. .) ! cream. lies on the best y wig lan vt iu.uii. cell'ng, like other direct draft stoves. mends Wrights Celery mond, Ky. recommending them to any person suf- urn in iuo ivar ui umio Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original picis rolling to level: 90 acres on photographers Capsules. Great Satisfaction in this. fering with this terrible malady. lam tures taken by gorennent prices. Big profits. the spot1 Large Doolc Low are in' grass; excellent water gratefully yours, M A. Ilogarty, Lex Freight paid. Credit given. Drop ali trashy AArArV wl well, cistern, and spring. fc'ov unofficial war Tooks. Outfit free. Address, ington, Ky." F. T Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldge., Perfect control of tho fire, "Va., Parkeksburo, W. Great Comfort oct26-4- m Buildings: An elegant two so an even heat can be mainSold by Perry & Thomas' Druggist. Chicago. January 26, 1993. will give you prompt relief -- n HSAT, tCONOHY, tained, and a good firs kept Unprecec aud a half story new brick of in this. 4 Successors to W. is. White cure. over night. and certain OURASILITY. Of No. Ml Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky , will This story is told ot a Kentuekinn, 10 rooms, the finest farm res- 'Cue Wright Med. Co., r Columbus, Ohio. Keep Your Blood Pure. be at the Hotel Glyndon, Richmond, Ky., on Will Burn Any Kihd of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction. Kfitatib is a great State". -- Her wheat who went West to grow up with the immense idence If you have neglected your using I have At .a hotel, J'grouse" was Gentlemen:Capsules beenNovemwill be, 73,000,000 husnels, enough country. crop case a long time, you had barns; '6 tenement houses, Wright's Celery Thursday, October 27, 1898, since lunong the tilings' enumerated on the better take tO give one uubiiei iieveiy lumi, womone of wbich is a good frame ber, 1694, and find them to be as recomexHon. W. H. OnusY. Betumingonedayin each month. Eyes asked the waiter 'what it an and child in,'thecouccy; In other nienu. Jle I first began taking them mended. Ager's sarsapariila complete amined, and glasses edentilically adjusted. was and he said it was a bird. has cured thousands of ob- of 5 rooms and h at words', she has grown almost really while for Hot Springs, Ark . under treatwhich ' oct5-l- y Sciatic Rheumatum, Liver and there many ofi themarouDd stinate cases of catarrh, and is perhaps of buildings ment also. It will remove all of the wheat required to feed the peoa separate farm. We Stomach troublo Constipation which I tho only efficient remedy in existence makes impurities that have been here?" ple of the United States during, the accumulating in your Wood ior catarrhal diseases ; hut there are will sell this place an un- hail been n long sufferer- - I found th& KENTlCKY UNIVERSITY. "Oh, yes sir." next twelve months. One stands silent greatly strengthen countless multitudes of people who are usually low figure $14,000. Celery Capsules gave me great relief and will L US. CUE. PirH'ifBt, iMiBgtoa, Kj. from the beginning and have used them and oppressed wheu he thiaksever.Hhw aj"ilave they wings?" asked the Ken- still struggling with catarrh and need-helpyour nerves. i cash, balance ever since. With pleasure, and unsopc?--' ' MEDICAL, AND COMLITEBABT, BIBLE. &&; To such as these the unqualified Terms, one-ha- lf achievements Doctor. about GS Write the MERCIAL COLLEGES. by Exi in one," H'wr?. ""three, four and licited. recommend them to any and sir," reiterated tln'-coon- .; There may lw soinetlilne recommendation of suffering with like afflictions or either cjttl foriEe Witt's Witcl rieedalfc'brinjy me any of Secretary Ohley is directed. freely; tea Literary and Bible Course S3 "Well's ou Tund. WKte U.e doctor Tuition fcr Wliltf,& (Successor our list all them. Very truly (yonrs, five years. Send of J10.000 year. More than twentj teachers. how ynn arc mntSerlvs. him bird that is'scientific and purely vegetable. All of Hazel-Salvrereive the great pile cure, don't them. Any sale, ermnasitnn. Thousands of successful alumni, Ciiablms T. Caldwell, vtll promptly Address, the let aedlcal.dvlce. bocialand moral wellare of students receive was able to fly and druggists sell it. oownt anvrhinfrnlse. J)ou'i betalked hti&.win'-8r'aH- d 4 Dr. J. v. ajvi. Trice Sold by T. S. Hagan, Dntf-gia- t. special attention. Open to both sexes. For rj;WILLUIS & UTTLE, Fj0centsand,1.00perbox.. CsUatdrag-ator- e jly27-- tl EiibstituleTfor piles' woaldn'Lleave tbiB catalogues address the Presuleot. Ask any druggist for a free.Ee-ru-ninto accepting' a 6- -' t" , . aayJl-5-- a and t fre' sarauler f Ky. TVinolm. Sr Walla ilitoiliiii"aliflfttliW IWi frn- - hi.rn.1 2UK 3d Almanac for the year .1609. -- All drugstst sell Dr. JUlesfPala P11U. - j y hi-a- wid surprise you, qualit John Donelson. con-suliv- d. The return of no old student to U. lias c:ui bed greater satisfaction than that of Keats Speed, of Louisville. Ho is thoroughly popular and not a Made from pure whit spoiled by his high position in cream of tartar. public esteem. His athletic honors aie modestly worn, though he is the hero of all lovers of the sports, but he is also a good student, and as a companion, most genial and true to his friends. Of his many admirable traits, that which attiacts the attention of close observers Alum baking powders are the greatest meaacers to health of the present day. and which makes Mr. Speed such a favorite with his companions, is his oval BAwwa rowan eo., Ntw roac courtesy on and off the field. No boy is made by Speed to feel his superiority, A Magnificent Publication as but he is as kind to the green-hor- n to the best athlete on the grounds. Upon The South. The little fellows like to be treated with civility by their older companions, but The most wonderful progress which Speed goes farther, is genuinely kind to them and as a result, when he leaves the South has been making in all lines us for good his prowess as an athlete ol industrial, commercial and intellectwill dwell no longer nor move grate- ual development lias beeu most fitting- Dr. Henry McDonald, pastor of the Second Baptist church of Atlafitu, well known in Richmond, lias been selected by the faculity and trustees- of Co'gate University, of New York, to deliver a series of four lectuies Lcfoio the students on the subject of "The Pastoral - 9 $ats'9eTOo Yl 1 l ifl'Lie-y- o o ) BP3 I n fa ir-a NN3X 'VDOONVJLLVHO n us3id TTTB . "V I 1F 4 against alum Relation." The Constitution sajs: 'In the selection of Dr. McDonald the university confers a fitting compliment, since he is selected as the repre and will be ihe sentative of the only minister to appear before the stu dents this tear. The faculity has made it a practice to have some noted and sound theologian delivery several addresses every jear to the students. Mnny famous divines have appeared and all sections of the country have been represented. Dr. McDonald left Atlanta last Thursday and will be absent several dajs. His address will be of interest, entertaining as well a instuctive." -- ANVdWOO 1V0IW3H0 NOQ ssajppv Aub oi picdaicj '00"I$ muj m;w. jns SJDirjo jo uojiuarit: otp o) .fpautaj inpapuo.w. jno.C3u;3uuq jo a"h Jurqo v j sucaui aqi oq Jit w! i Suidoq 'juatuajtrjs siqj noA ojro )u3ubuuo1 c pjoarja soq auo jo ssn aqj, am oj papuatutuo -- Suusi s3 -- Ig - ( TOM rl L PLiJO psi ' in ) QT oqj jo jsitp pas TTEioriiocI 4nrjiOJ3ui 'X007IAV 'S X UK noA oino jtjav pun 'spurjsnoirj psmo oqj, sett, m "J9!!0-- ojBtpoiuun s2uijq uatacoj; i 8iu)j on i ssainsng'jo uou'dnjiaju oh UBioisA'tifl qnoniinD ux; jo AJ3AO0sip ain st 3 j no.C smo o paaiuBJBr.3 si gyro anrjj BigTMTCOO &X0CI n9ltAl. : s.Ctjs 03JSCj.Nj3jv:xNIO uouq.TTjcJoQ' SIM S.NOa'2u!J3J0nsjosJT:3iC-,3jv-- ojij uSooinrjicrio qubinmojd ' qs-ii- j d ANQOW IHMDS eBEHHMRS!iBnnM)i li Masonic Temple Third The State Finest In f E P U B PLU w ladison Monumental Works 1863. rroi AH", hs 1 Every dealer who has handled Battle H Ax knows this to be a fact. There is no old stock of Battle Ax nothing but fresh goods, as H where Battle Ax sells five times more than ft any other brand in the world. 0 All who chew it never change. m JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietok. 2 FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. - re-bi- gn J." A -- a&g&8$8$ up-to-da- te member the name when you My adaira. JK7VYES D. HKMILT0N, Proprietor. TT T T O 1O lilled-inswam- f uslill HM-lXI- two-year-o- fever-spreadin- i, NOTICE. Will sea-goi- "1 n. JASPER, m I ID. IF. RERSONAU ns Sol-feri- no at Putty Richmond Market It's rd SI liMMrMmAfM i? i a vxi xm m mm n "'"fiTi " Meats, Home-grow- Mutton, Pork -- e 12-- semi-annuall- Fresh Fish Klecieved Daily- Bad-dish- (- n, n AJD..TJouslS, B Public Statement From A Public Man of Child-Birt- s r j. c. ce can, adi'ant fTome jf. ....,.... .,.J GRAND j..w 1- - yr Jl'r yjasc All Other Heaters. ry Idea k kniin, s OF. 160 ACRES, it c Agui-natd- o. . It fjiiifli -Srr- Dr R Goldstein, i,,il ir inthecountj; -- one-fourt- Pc-rc-- set FOR SALE BY it at -- -- ? D.B. Shackelford &Co, to Shackelford Gentry.) -- ! Pe-ru-- -- I Pe-ru-- e ng jtarmfor lor ..., a Richmond, .JC Kentucky, T -- -'- "'- I 1 L S1 !fcit i --" 3 '.-- M - Ai j vA i-- "?- - ,. t-- O IT. tff . u. JS- j- t'-- ' - , - U , j t La " The Richmond Climax. iaMLLBlt7'' C E. Proprietors ind Editors. 189S. WOODS, Associate Editor. WEDNESDAY. OCT. '26, - rUULISMKDSVEKY WKDXKSDAY BT The Climax Printing. PRICK PJCU Go. YEAR, $1.50. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR CONGRESS, him to tbe Inst. It is this: When edit ne Climax in he was omnloved 1896 by Judge John C. Chenault, the latter, icld French Tipton the Cumax must be tho organ of the Free Silver Democracy, and that he would be expected to edit it accordingly. Instead of spurning such an order or resigning his position at onee, like a thoroughbred silver editor ought to oiiginal anti-fre- e do, whtt reply did he make? Sound money men. listen! Republicans, attention! He responded: "I'll do just like tho British soldiers did whom General Jackson captured at Now Orleans: am Paid! !" I'll fchoit-a- s-I O, ye gods, turn off tbe gas. Haste ve to vtfhr vpfiuj; booth and do your bloody Vork. "Snatch tbe necklace from his throat, there's a curse in ev erv stocel" "AUTUMJf Leaf" Woods. HON. GEO. G. GILBERT, OF SHELBY COUNTY. ANNOUNCEMENT roit COXGHESS. W are authorized to announee W. II. ZIEG-Lhof UlUoe Mills, Jessamine county, a eaadMoteori tbe rrohffaitkm Relet for iron tbe Eighth Congressional District c of KentucVy. Con-pfot- w FOR AUDITOR. We are authorised to announce JOHN" B. CUBNAULT. of Madison county, a candidate for tbe o&ce of State Auditor, subject to tbe action of the Democratic State Convention. Yi It personal discussion between Judge Tipton and ourselves, a discussion resulting from the hitter's interposition in our criticisms of the demagogic bar angaes of Messrs. Davidson and Tay lor, tbe former tbe cipher tbat misrop ! n'lnlp .h r...u?i :.. ..... tr I'tt tn: I nivrnsR. l...i .. T i... 'V lw7..T.lr.L "'..r "."L" :?.1 ,TT" ,:" "ir .. .... ... ..... ........ . .... . Attorney Jeerl. In order to nullify our nriviletred orkicisiHS of the speeches of the two Judge iipton inforegoing jected his head into the debate, a privilege but a questionable honor. Devoid of argBf nt he chose the "weapon of misrepresentation, and stated upon theauthontv f.') of Hon. T. T. Coving of llichraond, that ton. 'Woods was not allowed to vote in the Loagiiioore-Adain- s convention here in 1SSM, because he waa Republican and 90." ti4d And 'despite the solemn avowal that we liad never voted any hut the Democratic ticket since we came of age, four yews before, in 1SS6; founded a Democratic paper, the Enterpiise, at Leba-imin December, 1SM; voted for Gov. were elected a SecreUnckntT in tary of the 1ih'iiio ire Adams coliveil-tion- ; went a- - a delegate to the conven tiou winch resulted in the former's election in June ISM); and finally, despite the fact that Mr. Covhigton contradicted all Tipton aMosefl le had said and we liold Air. Covington's signed denial, quoted verbatim moor k?t issue facts, the all thest- - incoule.-libl- e senile but no le&s sensitive editor of the l'au(araph reiterates his dirtv charge and diuclKH it with his favorite argument: "He's a liar." Then, Mr. Covington has lied, has lie? ehaehis signature to the de- of the niai publislH'd in the lat which he fully exonerates years As tlie seiiseless, baseless charge-W.a4iw stated that tlie Judge's old ahead rsrAi., Tip is eitlier ineicht rear. of time ortwentv the friends had fallen awa from him like He is 'agin' States' Rights, but his party autumn leaver, and that w hen he as- is rapidlv coming aroninl to that posi sumed rbarge of the Register in Decem- tion The Republican Governor of ber 1SSG, his sbsribers lift Iiim by Illinois icfused last week to use the wholesale. Within a few week-- , State militia to protect citizensof other of the states when in trouble in Illinois. This after he took charge eighty-od- d best patioas of that paper left it, is a strong States' Rights position many server tiser included We ac- taken by the Republican Governor. There'is no doctrine more universalcepted hs challenge to compare hi- miiis with los losses and yave him a ly believed in than States' Rights, and hat because he, could how a eain of 131 the Confederate soldier who has lived bnt how poorly did to see this blessed day can rejoice to 0er his hj?-?these competfoate the proprietor for the know that the fundamental principle lots of tiiose true and tried friendri, and for which he fought and lost, is at ! last recognized, as the only true and the hundreds uf dollars in :il Tiiere ha-- , never been a more humili- safe one for a Republican form of ating exhibition of public scorn and government. We need only to piote Gov. Foraker, contempt than was daily enacted in the llegister oHIce by the stopjwge of of Ohio, when he refused to permit the tlie paier- Ye, we paid Tip a hat for Adjutant General of the United States his iiifigiiificaut increase of 13 subscri- to leturn a lot of old confederate lings bers, but we have tlie satisfaction of that Ohio troops had captured; and thp knowing that we lost only that number acts of I he Republican Governors of for Ue entire nine months preceding New York, Pennsylvania and Kenduring which we managed the same pa tucky when thev invaded tlie hospitals of the United States Armv reieutly per, and Mideii 1.5. new names 1 iiere s the rocord and we turn to the 'and took away without permit or con- seat tbe mck soldiers ol their resjiective next Mttnt. TipMt-ks- : 'Why tlon't you explain States. And when Secretary Alger ow we could give, our entire attention failed to order troops lately to suppress and tune to a newspaper and yet hold a the Pdhijer Indians in the North the Governor of Minnesota, a Republican, KeveiiMo job? ' will send troops, myself It wotitd lie th veriest surmiM? to at- shouted tempt to solve sush an enigma. But and Washington can go to the devil!" That this is a government of soverwe venture the opinion current at the time, that you were considered heavy eign States is a generally recognized enough to hold down both jobs, and fact, and t'ie acts of the Rerjublican that, if you would keep the sound Governors speak with mote force than money element in a state ot re- their party platforms or newly convolt, you should not looe your job at verted editors, like Tipton. a have the majority of tlie straight Democrats who held tike poDavis was a rank Republican but sitionswhich 2nve rise to the opinion went over to the Democrats at the time expressed and repeated in the--e col- we went t'other way. Pantagraph. has ruined Davidson's chance by telling umns, that ou sold your Democratic Yes, hut he walked in the front door all decent men who don't like liim to go birthright for a inecs of potash. Andes Postmaster John Taylor says while you crawled out the back door on away and never come back. That will we lold him at tlie post ollire we were a yotir hell j- with a dagger between your leave Madison without any men to vote Itpablican ? "As by the grace of an teeth. AVe'll attend to Davis if he for the Gelding. Autumn Leak AVoods. intelligent sutTrage lie cea-c- l to hold don't behave. lie U about getting P.S. Tip and John Taylor wil! stay. that job when Cleveland was first news like you were fighting silver beeecteti, in l.Sv, lmot two years beThe editor of the Pantagraph at this fore we Were Hide to tote, it doth not fore it happens sometimes. But you appear Itow our record since that day altend to the Pantagraph and the dis late hour tells why he wasn't no Democrat no how for the last eight or ten on which we m- -t our lirst ballot for for was for - airecU-. It was by the old tillery. They are both operated but years, butstart a just waitin' paperTom Adams to Republican and fashioned open ballot that we took revenue only, aud that's what get it goin' good so he, Tip, could make our stand not only with the jmity of nevermind about Davis. a public profession of faith and take oar iatliers but with the party if 7o er ctsat of tbe white voting population of AVhehevek you go in Madison and charge of the organ. Bah! this Nation. Thank God, that when adjoining counties, you see new houses, IT is reported that Judge Pryor, the time cain- to choose whom we barns, fences, bridges and other imJustice of the Conrt of Appeals, Would serve we did not Ulter or fojlow provements building, and jet some lr. Taylor, wImj is quoted as saving he densely ignorant people say there is no has consented to be a Democratic candidate for Governor. There is not a "woeld vote for a nigger rather than a prosperity. Tip. purer, abler or more popular man in white Deinocr-.t!"- ' every newspaper is filled with Kentucky, and his entrance into the And And we wish to e.nphasize thisstnte-joji- t tlia we have never scratched a ads ot farms, houses, stock and other race would break all the slates so far ticket, nor voted wrrJng since that good property for Eale, and yet senne revenue made up, if there are any. time in apolitical ontest. The mod- - raiders say this is prosperity. AVe haven't seen a Stanford Journal ru voting booth had for us no charm for a whole week. This accounts for wherein to :itssiiiate the ntuty we springing up roe to lionor. Tlie curse of Cain is mA drainage spirit is of wet lands our having to fill up this issue with less the nunds of owners interesting matter. In our hour of dismm: who would confess to on a iree in the eastern part of Madison and tress, Bro. Walton, don't forsake us Kucfa political villainy ami cowaidice western with tlie price of his betrayal dangling will be part of Estill, and the result that way. We can stand alone, Bro. increased usefulness of those Walton, but Tip will pull at our coat before hi.-- , eyes. tails. And Free Silver: We cannot claim lands. Tip. Why don't you tell them to "Dry Up," the honor of being an "original free sil"AA'hen Judge Chenault bought the ver man." Who can? But we staked like you did silver eight years ago, then oar itonor and our servicos upon tho knife the land good and let tho water Cumax he said his chief object was to advocate free silver." Tipton. question wlteu a majority of our party run through. it to lie the vital issue in the And This man Woods is not only a ingly, you consented to edit it accordcampaign of ''i, ami though new to and or to use your characteristic exclumsy liar but a dodger." Tipton. not fnlly nnderstoo-- i hy most of us. He knows a liar when he sees one, pression : "I will shoot as I am paid." and misrepresented by a hostof others, the ridicule of these and tho coercion of but as for "dodging," say, Tip. do you AVhat Mr. Covington did say was. otiiers did not deter us from practicing remember the time vou dodged E. D. that he did not recollect in particular wliat we had been preaching, nor from as to AVoods. Tip. registering as we had been voting a Kennedy down at Lancaster? Then why the hotelbill do you perDemocrat. 'AVoons does not care if you prove But tlo.l did not give us such a prosist in misquoting Mr. Covington and him a liar." Tipton. phetic vision as Judge Tipton's for he The proof must come from another misrepresenting us ? declares he had been fijrhting Free Silver for eight j ears, although he was source than a political renegade or an "Woods, why don't you inform yourliv ing off Democratic readers on a Free Shades of Cleveland, hark. editor whose opinions are at the caprice self, and not distress your people by Trade diet. sulIi ignorance." Tip. from the tomb! 'think ol it,all ye peo- of tho proprietor. We are well informed on your politple from the 1'enobscott to Puget RiciiAitn CnooKBACK and Bill Goebel ical record and the public is not ignobound, tip liirliting- tree silver eight par nobtle fratrum. Tip. years before it came in 6ight! Perhaps rant of it either. Tip Weakback and but there's none that's what held it back so long. Prophetic vision, like a Daniel; colossal other like him, under heaven, in, on. Tip was against stiver eight years brain, like a Webster; historic memory overor beneath the earth pro nobile ueiore me tartu issue was disposed on. like a Patriarch; but behind the curHe was four years ahead of Grover. byimself. tain of the voting booth a Benedict And it's all over with Grovor and TipArnold. Deny it, "lest we lorget, lest But llxs Register is made of good ton, too. we forgot." There is your offense, your own con- 6tufTand vicissitudes won't impnir it. TnE Pantagraph names a number of fessed eiissedness. Now, swallow it Tip.- things that have been lowered by the again, and belch up more inventions. You are right If it could survive its Dingley Bill, but omits Tipton. After If you opposed Democracy eiyht long editorial management for , years lxdore you betrayed it, why did years, she'll weather any storm. two the election the Republicans will also omit him. you not renounce it then like the man you are? Ah. no, the time you think The turnpike bond question about "We never hid anything from the puwas not yet ripe to betray, uor the opwhich nothing is being said, is to be blicTip. portunity ausnicions to sink your BruSay you didn't? You hid your vote tus blade into the back of your party voted on at the next election. As these bonds wire pledged, will it be right to for several years. Now hide yourself. friends. vote against them? We solicit And down he goes to deeper on the subject. "This little fellow AVoods will make pulling at the coat tails of those any althat who escaped the pitfalls set by IjUCBIEtia Bokqu. wasa good citi- leged statementTipton.comes into liis mind." who care not so their vic- zen by tbe side of the author of. the Yes, that's what set you afire. tims yield a profit to their lust for Goebel Jaw. Tip. power. You might jino the gang and help Tip shoots ns he is paid. Evidently If by any miraculous agency the publie is loaded for any kind of political lic uiiud could be disabused of its be- kill Creacv and BUI GocbeL game He should try the Prohibition lief Hint Jmlge Tipton is insincere in his advocacy of Republicanism, it "I'lijust pluck that Jewel from its party next. would require more miracles to make us :tiug.Eaiu lip, as he punched his believe he is a sound money man from I scissors Into the last Cumax and ex Tip, what did you put your head in principle. There is in his whole atti- tracted therefrom ltsscathingdenuncia-tio- n this campaign for? You are a dead tude in politics a double dealing tbat of lis crime of '06. issue, covered with "autnmn leaves." damns htm vfith Republicans, no mat what applause he receives from the ter Tip was fighting free silver for eight The cdmrlliuient Tip prints on himgalleries for bis lightning change net. self frost, a "solid citizen on the Big vears before It reached Chjcago. Think His views oniiound Money are merce- Hill pie" was doubtless meant in a how long he kept back this issue. nary, because,-a- nd we have l'icScwricllan sense; Mr. Ti has caught this second charge agaiast euckersvltetere, 1 shoot as I am Paltil'' Tipton, ) - ity of the public has leeii sate! by the tliis time eeu the morbid curios- ... o.. -- ) itsure-tiead.- -, or ie l.s-- Axotiiek straw upon whicli Tipton might have deferred awhile hissmking out of sight in this discussion, and the one which he has overlooked and which he would not accurately report if it would not serve his purpose, we will produce, as it was once misquoted: At a meeting of the James B. Club, of which Tip and I were members, correct me if I errl, in 1S92, to denounce the famous Repub lican Force 111 II, speeches were made calling upon Republicans to join the Club." There were several of the latter present viiio did so, and they appeared as eager to express their condemnation of that measure as the Democrats. AVe asked the Chairman to allow these men to speak, reminding them of tbe fact tbat their parentage and party associations were resjnmsible for their mistaken views of Democracy; that from an orphan of eleven yearn we had been reared by nn aged uncle whose political bias was so ureat that he had lead us 10 believe that Democracy was mobocntcv and incompetence, whose triumph meaiit tho dissolution 01 the Union and the return to slavery. No ' oxtreme was too ureat, he taught, to which the party of Amf'. said we,renfember- would tf' inc his prediction?, "the advent of Mr. Cleveland was watched with expectation that the stars would fall, the negroes be confiscated, and the moon turn to a green cheese Instead, Mr. Cleveland was so conservative, refnsine to oust Republicans without great deliberation, there was n6 war or pestilence, great modor famine, but thereWas-aeration, statesmanship, and patriotism displayed m his conduct of aflairs as had ever marked a Republican administration. As a college boy of 19 then, I had the political good fortune to be released from such unreasoning tute-lnand was amazed at the continuance of our t'k lit to life, liberty and the pursuit of ippiness. when dire destruction had beor. foretold if Democracy should ever triumph again. But that we were happv to have cast our "first vote, after arriving at 21, for Gov- - Buckner. We said that we could easily undere'and tlie high pitch to which prejudice and parental training might carry the passions of children, the law of heredity and environment being for most of our political and religions views. That the born Republican or born Democrat was not more worthy of praise than the man who could "intelligently, freely and fearlessly ally himself, with the party of his belief, if ho did it without a suspicion of dishonor." C E W. Mc-Crea- ry s e 1 ltxx.iii e te erti-iii- tr - 'I ry, moth Arcade, October 31, Halloweda? Waco, Ky Oct. 24, 1893. Tip is down on States'' Rights, and CMany Jrienda here are the pleased Jfr. C.E. Woods, JHclimond. JTy.z don t you forget it. SoisMr. Yerkes. engraved in- 22, '98, recipients of handsomely 06 Prof. Dear Sin Your favor of Oct Rice vitatiODsto tho marriage deGiIjBKut is an unknown quantity at! received, in which you deny and They Are Danger Signals, Mean Miller. C. TJ. nounce the following statement print- burnTayne. f'92, ttTjMiss Julia BIackWashington. Tip-S- o hoaccoinplislied daughter" ing Impure Blood ed in Thursday's Pantagraph, viz: of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Payne, of are you, nearer home, too. "AVoods said when he walked out of Elizabethtown, AVednesdav evening, Walker's golden gate I don't underEruptions Are Cured by AH Such Tip sajs "I'm not inndl" Hardly. stand it myself but reckon there are Nov. 2, 1898. The groom is principal I Hood's Sarsaparilla. of the Hardin Collegiate Institute, The rat that gets Its tall in a trap k not of others who don't." and that "I raftered with boils and pimples and exactly road, hut, wellrhe'd likiMohust plenty I will not "deny or denounce" queenly he has won tbe heart of this Now lady .evidences the. After taking the trap. also had constant this statement aa false for in tbe main-i- t high placoyoung; has he ' attained in the Hood's Sarsaparilla I was entirely relieved is true, except as to the time, aiidl Lee- - Davis. Never mind about R. of these difficulties, and am now able to Judge-- being "fresh meat for Woods." will not do you an injustice, for this esteem of the people ot the good county fo Hardin. attend to my duties without feeling they There's a meal or so left oii.yoar bones statement was not made on that The Halloween Ball to ho given by day. but in a private talk later On you Wo have used Hood'a Sar- yet for our molars. are a burden. said to me: "I came out of the sound the Madison Junior Social Club will saparilla in onr family for a long time." HenAVusder it tho Collector na ver mouey gate voting for Stone AValker take place at Moberley's Arcade. will be Nixa C VanPelt, Danville, KenUcty. ry Saxton and bis Immortals over with fargrr read the Pantagraph Bet Tip marks all but I did not understand the money on hnnd. "I was broken out all Matchless music and the question then and a great many others rod blotches, which Itched and bothered his pieces about AVoods "Well,, that voted the same way not understanding halo of their past snecesses are enough mo all the time. My Bister recommeBded may be in the contract. it." Now as to this being a "Billv to inspire expectation of a brilliant . Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Pills, end Tip is now engaged in demonstrating charge" aud "false to the core" it is evening. continued efforu? on the part of lindeed after T had taken these medicines a short what a mistake he made all these years not false bnt tbue. I would to try to "gain apoliti- tho Club will bo almost sura to charactime It was in better health than I ha-belonging to the .Democratic party. been for vearst and I am now cured." in do, indeed, need sympathy. cal or personal advantage" at the ex- terize this coming occasion as one of AVe MEs;Vr.D.MTEn3, Bowling Green, Ky. pense of truth. The only difference .1 unrivaled enjoyment- Tho Chaperones will be; Mrs I Shelby Invine, Mrs. C. SarsaJudoe, we've been to Frauk fort three can see between Tipton's statement aud D. Chenault, Mrs. Rennet, Mrs. times during the past week and couldn't gardstatement you made to me is in re- D. B Shackclfprd, Neale Harvey Clien-atnl- t, parilla .give your refined editorials the atten- the to the time of our conversation. Mrs. Mrs. Beaty Middeltou.Mra. T- - D. Having answered fully, you have my J Is the Best-- In fact tie One True Blood Purifier. tion which we hope to do next week. Chenault Jr. consent to publish this. Sold by all druggists. Price, $1; six for 85. Respectfully, are tbe best Evbuv man Tip sees now he asks: T. P. Dunixv. nOOu S- PiIIc puis, aid dlcestloa. 25c. "Ain't you a Republican?" He is like Thank you, .Mr. Dudley, for your he'll soon run them all a belled-rat- , away. But, no joking, that'll he rough manly admission that Tipton misquoted Terrill. On you, as to the time, for while it may wife of Mr, R. Sunday, Oct. 23, to the The Registen has changed hands on rats. B Terrill, a handsome seem to you to be immaterial, it raised girl. Gwh It passes into Dem again, thank It is to be honed that the time Tin a question of veracitand on that is we are to juuge Dy ocratic hands, tw, it of the tone of the salutatory ot its lessees, f is wasting on the editor to this paper, sue we denounced the statement as be counted false. Messrs. R. Lee Davis and Henry K. "autumn leaves," ib not In company with, I should say, 200 Pickels, and as they art competent and (as his contribution to tho Republican t silver Democrats as true as can be popular, the grand aid paper will do campaign fund. Price. John M. Price, formerly df found iu Kentucky, I voted lor Mr. Estill county, died at well. French Tiptoa and Dick Miller Atchison, one side and Dav. and blind Bob The test of a Democrat used to be AValker but yo j justly asttfiit me of sas, Oct. 20, about 6S years old. Kanon His gulled their best states rights; it used to be slavery; it Tip's silly charge of saying I "didn't wife was Miss Eliza Park, daughter of Chenault on the other, used to be free trade- - Now it is free understand what I was doing, etc" 1. Elihti Park, of Irvine. Deceased was with Dick's inheritance a3 the lubricadid understand what I was doing, and a first cousin of Mr Henry B. Dilliug-hator, but the thine wouldn't w ork. Too bilver. Tip. little Democracy and so juuch money only test we know is this: "How I have Mr. AA'alker's speech. before me. The of this city. A wife, a daughter now, whicli I quoted to you on Saturcouldn't command the patronage to did you registei?" See the pint?' survive. day, which explains why the silver and souSome years He leaves a large feed so ninny mouths, itenee. Tipp ago Democrats divided, supported and estate. popular man In he was voted and leaped overboard Atchison. I.N the fable days, a bird had wax elected him. As to tint financial issue, the most voting iu the paity he had btu wings. He flew so high the sun melted another question, nnd on another oc- with on the q.t. for some tine, while A Big Goldca Wedding. lf Richard's law practice, etc., principally his wings and ho fell and broke his casion six weeks later, I confessed exactly as you quote me above Mr and Mrs. George W Park, who the latter, necessitates his taking a rest. blamed fool neck. "Autumn leaf," bewas Miss Patsy Collins, will celebrate and not as Tip garbled your words-I-t So Davis and Pickels will show them ware. Pantagraph. h J their Golden Wedding on Nov. 16. would bo Letter for the YVhen you get ready to fall, birdie, at how to run a paper on merit nioae. to avoid falling into the habit "Woodland Park." near Sneedwe L Here's to you, fellows. Show the we'll beware, and cover your grave of misquoting gentlemen, and t hereby Only four persons survive who witnes blokes how to do it right. with autumn leaves. misrepresenting others, as in Mr Cov- sed their marriage: Mrs. Mary Eliza ington's case. Simmons Shearer, of this county, Mr. The Cumax has in its possession a Please observe, Mr. Dudley, that I Elihu Dillingham, of Platte City Mo., "Ik a subscription list is any indicasecret circular issued to the Republi cans of this county, that should prove tion ot public opinion, the two lists in give your letter in full, giving space who were attendants, and strange to h warniug to all Democrats to keep qrstion give autumn leaf AVoods tbe also to your opinion, which 1 did not suv thoy walked out together; also, Mrs. language Sue Gilbert Dudley, of this citv, and their eyes open to any "scheme or trick ' liesxyiare in the teeth." Pantagraph. solicit. But in the immortal nothing-ther sister, Mrs. Pattle Gilbert Jones of men and women of Judge Tipton, "I havfe practiced by Republicans. It reads in Tfnt eighty-fou- r S. C. The two latter were conceal " parti stopped your paper aud it lost 325 You will nnt, therefore, Mr. Dudley respectively just, eight ard six years of you to see worth of advertisements the day you "I designate and appoint a statement, as, you are. Three ot each Republican votr in your imme- took charge, is a better indication of object if I lrcake two sides to every and Mrs. Park the live children of Mr. know, there are survive: S. II. Park, diate v'etuity and urge him to attend question Tip brongbi you into tbi&dis of Kansas Citv, Mrs. John F. Wagers, tbe election'and to cast his vote early public disgast-), "or perhaps vou volunteer?! and ' F Park, of this county. Fives m the day. iu order to obscure the gravity of his hundred handsomely engraved and gild"Be sure to stay on the grounds unand awful, awful confession, that Tiie Viahxx was ed invitations will be issued shortly, til the polls are closed and please re- is now The Register was been registering Democratic long aud this will be one of tho largest afy r port to the precinct chairman any and enough anil voting Republican I" fairs ever given in the county. The may notice being and is now free silver again. scheme or trick-voNow, Mr Dudley, what is your opin- old homestead is noted for its'bvatttv practiced by the Democrats and hold' But the Pantagraph was, is and evtr ion of a man that would do that? and hospitality and no traveler was ever world without Which is the greater wrong, to confess turned away hungry from its doors. yourself in readiness to bring to the shall be from sick- end. Tipton. polls those who are my ignorance two years ago upon May the event he a glorious reunion of ness. or other causes. With such an "Sound" sounds like shot in a blad- such a new and stupendous question the generations of relatives and friends organization we will plot's old Madison der, when Tip uses it. He is so as tbe financial issue, oras Tipton did' of this noble old couple. It is not aa in the Republican column and uphold to plunge it extravagant hope tbat Mr and on politics tbat Milo Shanks will conceal a poisoned dagger the honor, glory and patriotism of our may live to see their diamond in his party behind the curtained country." soon sigh for the so and of a sound Re- booth? Is this offense to be condoned? wedding, inasmuch as they enjoy perAm I to be gibbeted for bowing my fect health and are respectively only publican, consound it. Th you called us all kinds of I:ars, head to the will of the majority, 09 and 66 years of age. including "a clumsy liar" and we Gil- - the cardinal principle of good governDavisox wants moie territory. know we are more graceful on our pine ment, whilst my opponent mas- State of Ohio. City okToledo, ssTip. Solomon-Juda- s? than you are but we didn't get ex- jbert doesn't. Lucas County. V. e nail that Davidson fake querades a just cited a bit, never said anything except M v confession, of not understanding Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he. what's iu print, and you don't see the rfgftt here. Davidson is for expansion, the money question, is no discredit to is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. word "liar" there, although, well, that's eh? Tip wants the earth, too? Yes. truth or honor. Like many others, on Cheney & Co., doing business in the O. K.; you aim mad, are you. Tip Well, what is McKinley for? City Here's an both sides, we did not understand the said, of Toledo, County and State aforeNo, hardly. But then you "said last and that said firm will pay the as fully as Judge Tipton, but extrart from McKinley's speech last question week you liked a circus, and we're just if enlightenment breeds a perfidious sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS acting clown, sorter, kinder making a week &tthe Chicago Jubilee: betrayal of party, principles, or friends, for each and evevery case of Catarrh monkey out of yon. But say, Tip, you "We swe bound m conscience lo keep Lord keep us in tbe dark! Don't that cannot be cured by the use of ain't mad are you? Tom Adams ain't and perftwiu the covenants which the you agree with me. Mr. Dudlev? Hall's Catarrh Core. mad, and Lisir Part ish ain't mad, and war has &iaredly sealed with mankind. To our way or thinking, it were Frank J. Cheney. we ain't Accepting war for humanity's sake we better, manlier to suffer the pang of Milo ain't mad, and by jinks Sworn to before me and subscribed mad either. Just kinder trying to must accept all obligations which the confessed ignorance than to pose na in my presence, this 6th day of Decemprove we ain't the one that lied. You war in duty ad honor imposed upon knowledge box and cast a traitors ber, A. D. 1SS6. see the point. You ain't mad, though, us. The splendid victories we have ballot AVhat is your opinion on this, f A. AV. Gleason, . are vou Tip? Next time you come on achieved would be Mr. Dudley? Honest mediocrity is 1 SEAL V , '' Main street we'll throw a kiss at you. Xotary Public. more to be preferred than brilliant OCa ETERNAL SHAME, genius tainted by corruption, coward- Hall's Catarrh Cure is tiken internally And not our everlasting glorv if they ice, or treachery. .Tt'DOE Tipton is a martyr. He has and acts directly on the blood ami in led to the weakening of our original assumed the importance of 1 was glad to get your letter, Mr. mucous surfaces of the system. Send politics this vear. He was a close and lofty purpose or to tho desertion of the Dudley, and I should like to hear from for testimonials, fne. exciting issue at Lancaster once, and immortal" principles on which tlte Na- you again whenever you have time to F J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, O. is now on the screen here. It would be tional Government was founded and in write. Give my love to Tip, and tell 75c. Sold by DruggistF perhaps not too much to say, iu addi- accordance- with whose ennobling him that you saw me. Hall's Family Pills are the best, spirit has ever since been faithfully adoct5-ltion, tbat he is on the rack. Respectfully C. E AVoods. Don't ask us v here we got this, Tip ministered. Mr Covington didn't tell us. And Billy 'The war with Spain was undertaken, DEBATE. e United States should inDevore didn't. And Mr. Dudley uidn't. not that crease its territory, but tbat oppression Now just guess. Lancaster, Oct 24, '9S. at our very door should be stopped. The race for the Democratic nomi- This noble sentiment must continue to Edilor Climax: nation for Auditor is progressing to the animate us and we must give to the The debate between Gilbert and Daentire satisfaction of our home candi- world' tbe full demonstration of our vidson has just closed. The Court date, Hon. John B. Chenault, who has purpose." House was well filled, and Gilbert made been in many counties of the State and Now, whom will you follow, the a grand speech. Davidson flounced ac is meeting with steady encouragement. dson-Tipton duett or McKinley? about, and didn't answer a single quesHis capacity, his fitness, his service Read and don't say we "lied," as Tip tion put to him by Gilbert, and gave aentitle him to the nomination. He is most of his attention to about fifty nemaking a canvass that will cause him does when we ram the hot porker of groes, huddled in one corner of the no regrets when the entries line up at truth in his disordered bowels. Read, Court House. This certainly has been the post Davidson wants more territory, Mc- a glorious day for Gilbert and DemocW. P. Pkewitt. racy. Dear Mr. Yerkes: This is to cer- Kinley aud Gilbert don't. Tip don't P. S. Gilbert will speak at Kirks-villtify that we did tbe best we could to count. ou Thursday. 27th, at night keep "TIP" from getting mad, but he Not madr Tip? Then try to smile. s Open Letter From Mr. Dudley; Tie dance occurs kajMbheriey'a Mam- . . - ... . ! Boiis and Pimples m v. Are vuu married? ttMH I mean to any particular -- a -- . lefcieftfc. house, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to ray store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps, Dre&s '3. , Goods, Underwear, "Wool Hosier-- , Blankets, Com for b and Notions of all kinds. d si-o- Hood's - DON'T FORGET 3R Nl y "pj after-dinn- er BIRTHS. That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city. T also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls. My stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices, that are novr making them sro : fc 4, Ti nn A m i DEATHS . 'z ? -- . -- a 1 .. . lan-te- right-side-u- m Ml m-se- Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. Perfume Soap, 5c. a box and up. .Brown Uotton, de. per ard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Always watch for my advertisement, I can save you money. ;:: .:; ... a v Blankets, 10-- for 3Sc. to $5.00. Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50c. uatiies' vests, loc. and up. Hos'e, 19c. Ladies' Spool Cotton, lc. and up. All-wo- ol 100-Yar- U d 12 Yards Lace, Spool Silk, 5c. 5e. HP. ale I l"anta-tagrap- Black-stoc- 1 iJK- 0WEN Cor. Main and 1st Sts. McKEE Richmond, Kv. z&c f Le' cUh-ini- sound-mone- y he-iia- free-silv- er sound-mone- free-silve- sound-money- ", sound-nione- Electropoise. The Electropoise does not, however, confine its cures along any particular line. It cures by removing the cause, causing the system to absorb Oxygen, purifying the blood, and building up the system. Dear Sirs: The goitre has entirely; disappeared from Mrs. AVilson's neck, and she is the proudest and most grateful woman In the world. The Electro- poise has accomplished what the physicians and medicines could not More than seven years ago she was told that j she could never he cured. The Electropoise contradicted the opinion of learned doctors, has removed the swelling, and she is entirety well. I have under my observation another case of goitre tlint is being rapidly cured. It is my only doctor, and I use it in my family for all ailments. Mrs. Sam Walker, AVife of United States Commissioner. Wytheville, Va., July 9 JlSOG. Dubois & webb, ' 513 Fourlh Avenue, Louisville, Ky. J BEFTM9 POWER. I QUALITY,, ME50NREGE, r the properties ot i un-eon- Mrs-Pa- rk oi inese properties. Ster- One make of Piano mav have one. anntfir iwn.7 annifii. tK-UU , . . ......w. , cf cmZeTs - iKisiif itK.-13-i-- two-face- d - 11 piano Has them all yours, write us. ;a r . - j i T 33 harmoiois Ft Wayne c a)e rgan w:ji Ameers ia cii "jfies. Established 25 years. r--Tit 5o9 ansr3 - 6m Ft Wayne, JlSjt If nom Jr Inc, asieMiiaecaaaocscesss(seetse ! WITH YOUR ADS.--N0W e '"'.' ;:((!' ON -- (OtIMMM.6. .....7.T IS THE TIME. ft m sept7-6- m. ? w"" 30000000 GILBERT-DAVIDSO- N na)aMaaaaaaaaa --. Davi- fcrverybody Knovs e 'FIVE IMPORTAOT OPINIONS: - Tipton in Pantagraph. PERSONAL. parlor This week only, three-piee-e C. F. Btower & Co , Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Grant E. Lilly were at Irvine last week. Octo Watte sends us a Santiago, Cuba, paper He is a Sergeant Mrs. D. M. Sweets, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. C. S. llolton. Mr. Albert McCovvn is visiting his family at Cumberland View. Mr. Malcolm Lackey, of New York, is visiting friends in this place. County Attorney Cobb and Judge Sullivan have returned from New York. Miss Birdie Ziring is visiting in Shel- byville aud enjoying her stay with old friends. Mrs. A. J. Mershon left yesterday for Atlanta, ua., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Ani.le Tye. Mrs. W AV. Park and daughters, Misses Ida and Kutherine, of Irvine, visited here Monday. Mr and Mrs. Harry B. Hanger and son, Harry, left on Monday for bte Marie, Michigan, to bo absent until December. The announcement is made that Rev. AVm. Crow, Jr., of Frankfort, and Miss Graco Pilkington, of that city, are suit S15, at soon to wed. Mrs. Matt S. Cohen and rae i- l - ex-Chi- ef det-laro- d Autumn leaf Woods has receded from every proposition he laid down, concerning us, or we have dispioved them, but he has succeeded in establishing iu his own alleged mind the following five opinions: 1. He is of opinion- that the Democrats are ot opinion that we changed parties for tlie purpose of holding office That is true. Judge. 2 Ho is of opinion that Billy Devore, Jr., is of opinion that the Republicans are of opinion that we changed parties for tho purpose of holding ollice. That is true. Judge. 3. He is of opinion that when au edi tor, with his name at the bean of his columns, nniformly opposes a certain proposition for eight or ten years, and that proposition finally becomes a question and the only one at the polls, and the editor votes as he wrote, that the public is and of right- ought to be amazed. If he had written as he voted, or voted as he registered, the amazement would have been changed into respect and admiration. 4. He is of opinion that he has a right paper out tell the to edit a gold bugs privately he is heart and soul with them, and voto for a gold hug in r man in convention and for a the regular election, and yet he is not inconsistent when he objects to other fellows changing. Rats! "We've exploded two of these sensations. Hereafter, when you quote people, give names, times, and alfida iree-siiver free-silve- t 9 OUR & FLYERS! Hen's Snperb Fancy Cassimere Suits, Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, SEE V The wonderfully winning premier fashions of the season. Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and. Irish Freiss Ulsters. -- The sensation of the week on T Main Street is the complete INI and beautiful bedroom scene ffii J in, $7 50 Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and Covert Overcoat, IlllSQDi 00 o ,99, ::. B r?5i :: Men's Suits and Covert Ulsters, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. Overcoats $11 '9' daughter Annie Bennett, returned home yesterday after a week's visit at Versailles aud Midway. MEN'S SUITS Young Men's Suits- - vits 5. He is of opinion that when he ex hausts his catalogue of awkward lies that he has a right to go back a year and bring forth old exploded lies that lie himself exploded and work them off this year as if they were fresh ones from a too fresh mind. That hat cost us $5. but it cost Dick Miller ninety old, paying, Democratic subscribres, and S325 worth of solid advertisements ! No wonder you hate to hear the Old, Old Story. If there is a man on earth or under the eartli. who can be influenced by autumn leaf's opinion, we want him not only to turn up his nose when he sees us, but hold it. turn his back. vomit run take a bath and never come back-agai- - the-.pas- t igno-miu- y, corres-ponden- cp Gentlemen, turn up your noses and go through tho requested performance. Burn a rag, that will do. Since writing the above Mr. Billy Devore, Jr , has come home, and when asked about AVbod's statement d replied: "He published a lie, aud since Gen. Taylor knocked hiin so deep into the soup, ho ought to retire.' AVo will have to refresh Billy's mind a little, and also call to his memory what he said about twoolher men supposed to be Republicans for Revenue Only, like Tipton. You know 'em, fJF dog-gone- Billy. .CE.W. MARRIEDBowitAN-EAD- 8. - re-v- ed 1 'I'll Pads , of CoVingtoa. son ot "W. M. J3owman, of Ruthton, was married in this ,city yesterday to Miss Mamie Bads, daughter of, Richard Preston Bowman, Mrs. J. E. Gott has returned to her home at Hinton, AV Va , after an extended visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Gentry. Mr. and Mrs C. . Schureman and daughter, Mabel, of Saybrook. Illinois, are guests of their uncle, Capt P. P. Ballard and family. Mr. Harry Graham, a very gentlemanly and competent printer, formerly in this office, has returned to Richmond and is with the Register. Miss Eliza Harris, of Mt Sterling, will arrive this week to visit Mrs. D.M. Chenault. Miss Harris was one of Mrs. Chenault's brides-maidInvitations are out for the wedding of Miss Minerva Crurcher and Mr. George Waller Evans, the ceremony to be performed November 9, AVednesday at 3 p. in., in the Christian church. Rev. E. H. Burman, who has been visiting relatives here, leaves this week lor Lura, W. Va. He delivered one of his scholarly sermons at the Baptist church last Sunday to an appreciative audience. Dr. A. Wilkes Smith is back from New York where he has been doing special clinical work in the largest hosr pitals and infirmaries in the United Statis. He says his trip was beneficial in every way. Miss Lizzie Feeny, one of Rich moud's most beautiful and accomplished young ladies, returned to her home last week after a most delightful visit to Miss Mary Slough, oLl'esingtoh. Mr. Henry P Reid, of Mt Sterling, known as Handsome Henry, the walking spelling book, and indispensable to a printing office, is back with the Cli max. and as a result we print oa a handsomer paper. Invitations are out to the Madison Junior Social Club, of which AV. R. Letcher and 8.U Moberleyare respect ively jrresiaenc ana secretary. However, Mr.. Robert Little Is a .moving spirit aadwe think all for invitation.' , A-s. $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. m positive wonder so much elegance and comfort can be gathered into a store without $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS MEN'S PANTS, -- .t Z - !$l;00;$1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4:00. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. n III - ' . MEN'S HATS, MEN'S SHOES, ';:; -- ";, .$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. , ";. '.; MEN'S OVERCOATS, MEN'S UNDERWEAR, " $5;00; $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12:00.- - . 50c7 75e, $1.00, $1.25. 50c. BOYS' UNDERWEAR, the magic touch of woman to arrange it. But rit is there, the admiration of all. The set in one window, is rivaled by the parlor set in the other. bed--roo- m Everything in our store is fresh and them for. . THESE ARE JUST SAMPLES OF COME, THE STOCK - WITHIN. VIEW AND THE REST IS A SETTLED FACT. new, no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can buy NEVILLE MOBERLEf, H.J. STRING, TkCWkkr,mFifMr,TkSiw,Tk ""- 'Successor to J. S. Collins. 1MLLWARD BROW, graduated embalmer and funeral "director. litter; j r" . ' .' PHONE - 23.-- S ' ' B ' "'" A ' "2ir mmmimmmmmmmaaamamjTiiMMzcm'icmBmmBmmkmFvmmmiiaksmKmBMTi' X " " ., ? tr B "" - fi i ' ''' s V"" ' ''m flC "' w- 1 r. - ul.lnmTtmm 1 yf'T K' rV Ng P ..."'.".LHiKoHI K Mf M) VMV g W To-hav- e Henderson Little lied They are Stylish. good lessons, good health and to be happy is to wear a pair of -- 4LISTEN School-Hous- e ;J...W... I W NiZMl1 M R-a- ' a i fty K Vfty Vy s s ft v. More than twenty million free samples of DeWitt's Witch HazH Salve have been distributed by the manufacturers. VPliat better proof of their confidence in it's merits do you warn? It cures piles, bunts, scalda sores, In the shortest space of time. Uouglns & Wells. The Indian trouble in Minnesota-inded. Orders for military companies to be in readiness were countermanded. s -- - 1 , jm " Sw T fHVfePff BalBwi,pegwegii inimMiumiwiiijiiiu n & M Shoes. THEY WEAR. M- - $ S9 V It is Strange that some people who say t,hey never read patent medicine advertisements will be found Ingying home every now and then a bottle of some favorite remedy of theirs. We don't bother you with much reading but just ask you to try a 10c trial bottle of Lr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for constipation, indigestion and stomach troubles. 50c and 1 00 sizes. At B. L. Middelton. oct5-l- m T I OFFI aenHaBHHnBOBHMviamHHM V E iiiflWvM, -- WEAR THEM lpepper, an outspoken preacher at feteplienville, Tex., if lie doesen't leave town. Whitecaps threaten Evangelist Cu- f -- f M-M- THEY FIT. .4.. 4..4. n . 4?tTt Vfe cue txxpp little dtildirt, We love our ftcotnt YTt lore our Jen' teacher "Atyo jco. and -f f obej li ruJe. fP'SiftsC IB-- " KmPM!- BkTjl? iy vO pi4AMANUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep- V gia, Constipation and IndiI gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. TH E GREAT FALL CAMPAIGN OF THE Busy Bee Cash Store Is Now On! TLTIS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT WILL LONG BE REMEM- i. .hHIUum wC V i 1: - THEY SATISFY. ML' of Cincinnati, will bo at the Hotel Qlyndon Thursday, October 27. Salt-Rheu- m Dr. It. Goldstein. tLo noted optician SOLD 207 WEST MAIN OUTHTST T w g . n? & COMPANY, sm t m yax Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itchincrand sm.irtinrf inci dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and akin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it" "it is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. nipples-chapped igh Prices & For The People! RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES NEVER DID THE S CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. BIGH-CLAS- BERED BY THE PATRONS OF "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION" FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAINST ii I m t$ i.i 7$ $ WW R -- M 1 M A s J: sn STREET, RICHMOND, KY. JLJ'Jc'JL-J'JLm ym m The Richmond Climax. VI VJ,J v lM MY on 20 1S9S. .jjuj.wuuUUjgUJUtju circiilittion exepods !'ofthat itother paper published any it iifrti.'iiiPiit8 will be received O IllFfl.lMAX with the jn'nr- O 3 3 3 f c To City Notice Taxpayers. T'i. ten ier cent, penalty e added to all unpaid it taxes, on Nov. 1st, therea fore, to save 3'ourself this please call at my m the Richmond National ! ink and pay your tax before ex-ttof-1i.- -e 1.! 11 day. J. W. CliOOKE, City Tax Collector. The Music Hall" in Lexington, Ky will eeat350 people, and will be used by Mr. It. M. Suther-li- n as a "Itecital Hall" in connection Democrats, go and register! with the Sutherlin Music House," See notice of t'ominissioner's sales. where the largest stock of Kimball Pianos can be seen or heard in the I)einorut& be sure to register next bluegrass. Our patrons will do well to Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. see him before buying. oct2G-lMobcr-ley- 's A Short Love Story. The furniture displays in windou.s are the talk of the town. The gitl said to her despondent lover, not." He did not It is a treat to look over the lux- "Pineent to Cooney Neff understand, so and ordered a urious furniture display at Moberley'e. he w of load "Pine Knot" coal to court by this See notice public sale of farm, winter. That was what warmed the stock, etc., of V. V. and T. J. Powers, girl's heart and they are now as hapoy as birds in the spring. next V'edneKlav. W. F. Powers' Sale. . Mrs. li. F. Tevis has our thanks for some of ihe scripture cake left The sale of V. F Powers' land and fiom the Bible Tea at Kirksville. It stock, near Silver Greek, came off last wa-j;ood. Wednesday accordiug to appointment, but owing to the small crowds present lidy'b brown felt hat lost between thing sold very low. city ami Oavid Clienault's. on Irvine About 10 head of horses and mules pike, yesterday. Liberal reward. were put up which went from $10 to Mit-s- . tf. Jons U. Chexault. $40, suine of them being extra good ones. Walking Denmark, the saddle Jas. Deneva. charged with formerly Harry the horhe of T I). Cheuault, Jr. stallion, was boughtowned by Harris bv Jno. D. was aireited at XicholavilIe by De- Morgan, One good sold for tective Peel, brought here confessed, for$lS0.200 barrels jackcorn was $100. About of put and Mtid hone as at lJowhnj; Green. up which went ftoin S734 10 $1. The farm of 100 acres, which is among the Sale Set Aside. best tracts of land is Madison was The late sa'e ol the K. X. I. & B. was bought by Mat Gibson for $25 50 per yesterday by Judge Uarr. setaide acre. Amount of sale, about $9,400. m ike horse local. Proctor Knott CifKir. .J..XJ' i WAi i 7 VI V Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but meuicme ana tne Dest in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. are ?r just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Condition Powders, .J'8 We know we are "Loaded for Bar" and many a cold chill will creep over our competitors when they hear the Startling Low Prices we are making- on all lines of goods that crowd our shelves and counters this season. - Truth wears well. People have learned that DeWitt's Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regu lating the bowels, curing constipation and sick headache. They don't gripe. Douglas & Wells. were ' We are showing the greatest variety of Dress Goods seen outside of the largo cities this season. All the new things in Crepony, Epmlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert Cloths, Serges, Kortugus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc, will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings, and when you get your Dress from any of the "Great Busy Bee Cash Stores" yon can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown you. Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtoies from one the leading New York Houses, we will otter them as long thev last for 23c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool tf Hubert Graham, his wife and son, oisoned at Bowling Green by eating diseased ham. Haw to Prevent Croup. We have given one eniire room of our Great Store to Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and "Wraps. We are showing everything new and it: favor this season in this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes are the talk of the town. Don't fail to see this line.' gist, We have two children who are subject to attacks of croup. Whenever an attack is coming on my life gives them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it always prevents the attack. It is a household necessity in this county and no matter what else we run out of, it would not do to be without Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy. More of it is sold here than of all other cough medicines combined. J. M. Nickle, of Nicklo Bros., merchants, Nickleville, Pa. For sale by Perry & Thomas, Drugocto-l- m sMsBsl5IIP' Major Generrl Lee's Portrait is used to call your attention to Our buyers for the Three Large Stores of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporations searched the Clothing Market with the Tenacity of Blood Hounds, and they have tilled this department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy s Lassimere Knee Fants. loc a pair; Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 9Se. ; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for S2.4S, worth $5.00. Our line of Men's and Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and Entire Room given to Boy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city, this department. We are selling 10 4 White and Grey Blankets, beautiful borders, large enough lor any bed, 30c. a pair; Our Blankets arc piled Mountain Hfgh on our ledges Blankets from us at and you can buy beautiful the price of cotton stull elsewhere. Bed Comforts at 49c. each. all-wo- steal-111- 1: The L. and N. Railway is relaying the track between Paris and Maysville with heavy street rails. You Should Know Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Ladies' Furnishintr Goods Department was nevermore complete. AVe have strained every nerve to make these departments the most attractive in our great store. Your every want has been anticipated, and our Low Cash Prices named on these articles make these departments very interesting to customers. 81 fJ n Our Change ol Firm. hi. IIubMHi, Dentist V. II. Douglas has sold his Main he best tmoker, the Proctor Knott street butcher shop to-- Kice & Alhnan, Cly:n who already own a tine shopoulouer -MidkiiT paint and trim your Main. The iale takes ellects Nov. 15. We mist they will letain Mr. Alf. nun can u'e. Douglas. A column of rxd local and per1 U-t newt, on our outside pajies. The Lecture. The first lectin e of the series, by Mnikiir&Iino of biifrgies before Chas. I. Uayne was a success, from a All work guaranteed. .ui liii financial standpoint, the season tickets )!' being liberally taken. Underbill, the will be the next i. great impersonator, li you wtili ttave monej'and tin liejit, j:et a Hadiant home on the course, about January S. In from D I) SiiACKKJ.voni) & . o. Another Chance To Register. Democrats who did not register at the have the best and chenpeot road regular time for dciinj; so because of .i"n mi the market. sickne-- s or unavoidably absence from null-GmS li. Midkikf. the city, may do so by making pioper imli. ill l'miio.-- , Kiuilmll Pipe and allidavit before the (.ounty Clerk on t:an- - were awaiUed highest M011 lay, Tuesday or Wednesday next. oct2i)-lhiinoin at World lstir. John Parrish's Sale. If yon have money to burn go on gTlie Parrish sale occurred yesterday, your old out of date heater, if the Lancaster pike. David Dunn, m.t yet a Radiant home heater fioin D. on Uurksville, bought of the home tract of 1$. & Co. 11A kkli-'okiISO acres at S40 80 The Barnett tract 1 have on haml now a full line of of SUt acres brought $02 50 and was hijrli grade bugie-- . cairiagesand road bought by Mr. H. 15. Dillingham. P. P. Mallard, aiut. wagons at lowest pi ices. in-i-e 1 i--r 1 o 1 K-- 'i m n-i- ng i mavll-timQua-iiuu- o S. L. MiDKlKF. Stray Horse. cigars, 10 cents. MilMr James A. Hardin, of Cooksuurg, ler's Havana Second, 5 cents. Fred A. IJoekcastle county, asks us to say that Miller. Manufacturer line Cigars, Kich- his bay horse. 10 or 11 years old, has tumid, Ky. strayed oil. The animal has a scar 011 right hip. right hind foot white, and I', SiiackklFohd it Co. have the scar above same hoof Mr. Hardin largest ami most varied stock of heat- will compensate any man who will ining stove- - ever brought to this market form Iiini of his horse. oct2G-2- t befoie. Call and see them. da sept-21-3- m What Hood's Sareaparilla has power to do for those " who have impure and impoverished blood. It makes the rich and pure, nd cures scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh, rheumatism, nervousness. If you are troubled with any ailment caused or Stock Items. promoted by impure blood, take Ballard and Dunn sold to Geo. D. Hood '8 Sarsaparilla at once. White, of Whites Station, 75 yearling cattle at 4 cents. Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, Johnnie Powers, of Silver Creek, easy to take, easy, easy to operate. weighed up 40 exports last week to J. The man who parts from the right is W. Bales, at 4 00 per hundred. JSallard & Dunn shipped two car- reasonably sure to get left. loads of cattle on Saturday to CincinThree Doctors in Cousultalion. nati, which they sold at $4 10 From Benjamin Franklin. Wagers & ("ohen shipped, Saturday, "When you are sick, what you like to Cincinnati twolaodsof hogsboughtat $3 10 to $n.20. Also load heifers and best is to be chosen for a medicine in the first place; what experience tells cows bought at $2.75 to $3 25. XeKon Prewitt Gay, of Claik county, you is best, to be chosen in the second w hat reason (i. e.. Theory) says was over last Thursday and brought a place; is best is to be chosen in the last place. bunch of 22 cattle from Mr. Bud Dunn, But if you can get Dr. Inclination, Dr. of Whites Station, at 4 cents. Experience and Dr. Reason to hold a Wageis & Cohen sold to Mr. consultation together, they will give of Ohio, a combined gelding you the best advice that can be taken." for $100. also to an eastern party a When you have a bad cold Dr. Inclichestnut gelding for $150. nation would recommend ChamberMr. C. C. Maupin. of Whites Station, lain's Ccugh Remedy because it is left yesterday for Emma, Texas, with plaesant and safe to take. Dr. Experifour of cattle and two loads ence would recommend it because it of jacks and jennetts for the plantation never fails to effect a speedy and perm 01 Messrs. Watts te Walker. auent cure. Dr. Reason would recomWe hear complaints accasionally that mend it because it is prepared on scienthe papers do not give enough stock tific principals; and acts on nature's news. Let us tell you a reason for it. plan in relieving the lungs, opening Men who buy stock rarely wan't the secretions and restoring the system to have their prices known. Men who to a natural and healthy condition. 6ell are sometimes afraid for their For sale by Perry & Thomas, Druggist. oct5-lcreditors to find out they have money, and so it goes the paper has to beg Some people are better when they for stock news. are sick than any other time. five-year-o- ld car-loam Fall I Mc Brown Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4Jc; Green Ticket Loudsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Mason-vil- le Bleach Cotton at 0c a yd. Get our prices on Alpiuo Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell 10-- 4 UnWe are selling good yard-widGood Bleach Cotton, yard-wid- e, e bleached Sheeting at 121c. When you visit any of our great stores, don't fail to take a walk through our Carpet, Curtain and Upholstery Departments. Many beautiful and attraetivcthings will be seen here. AVe are naming prices on Carpets and Lice Curtains so low and the patterns are so pretty that you will want to carpet your back yard and hang lace curtains in your kitchens. AVe have just recieved and put on sale a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Caps. Our windows are full of them and our price is t the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them Our Nobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very pretty. ju-,one-half Slyles IN Best Apron Gingham "4c a yd; Canton Flannel, good quality, 5c a yd; Best Canton Flannel from 0c to 8Jc, usually sold at 10 and 12c. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo Blues at 3c a yd. Remenants rhnost given away. "We Men's devoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEWe carry many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. PARTMENT. Our prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire family here for the cost of a feAr pair elsewhere, We cany no shoddy stuff, our shoes aud boots are ail good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. You can't afford to miss our Shoe Department. have one side of our entire store-roo- m Sw Again extending to you an invitation to vfcit us this fall and take a look through our store, where bright faced polite salesmen and salesladies will greet you and make your visit a pleasure. We are, Very Respt., Suits And !- - RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Y s y Overcoats, Which are readv for inspection. We have placed our Clothing on a higher plane than every before, l W r ?& J jvtsrJsnu 1 77T Geo. M. You can register Monday, I have this day wiiigmg my emire stock of wii Paper, , Oct 31, Tuesday and Wednes- an.i mist he win merit a portion of the rjay, Nov. 1 and 2. Remeni- , so kindly me. ' Cure sick headache, bad tabte in the mouth, coated tongue, gas in the stomach, Hood's gp CUBAN OIL cures Planters Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu matism and Sores. Sold by Perry O. White. &. Price, Thomas,, successors 25 E patroiiage S. Nkvii.m: Moueiilky, accorded Der tlllS. dlntress and Indigestion. Do 2S cents. not 'nesken, but have tonic effect. The cnlT tills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. 111 II I cents. toW. ! J The majority of people who want to be coaxed,"ought to be clubbed. Soreness of Ihe Lungs. the use of quinine, hot baths and hot drinks as remedies cold. They open the pores and Mr. Henry Ktilish, representing Walter Buhl & Co, , Ot for a the system susceptible to more make goes Detroit, Mich., the largest Fur Goods Manufacturers in the cold. Dr. Bell's to the seat of the trouble, and checks a Bee Cash Store, next cough at once or cures a cold in one knows. United States will be at the The FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2Sth, and will have on display the night. It exhilarates the lungs. It be reOld most extensive, the haupsoinest and the greatest varietjT of Sturgis is to have a street fair Octo- vived, fashions in dress maymedicine but no Fur Collarettes, Seal Skin Jackets, and Furs of all kinds ber 2S and 29. can replace Chamberlain's Colic, Choi era and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale ever seen in Richmond. Ever3body invited to attend this often result from an-uals Pine-Tar-Hon- Ibus "Bee. (LWk Bus' 6ewu New buildings to the value of are in course of construction Hopkinsville. Deranged Functions $40,-00- at Bell's 0 a forerunner of serious troble. Dr. will banish that soreness. It will allay the inflammation and prevent further progress of the disease. It is the most efficient means of curing coughs, colds, aud bronchial affections found in the of medicine. All druggists sell it. Don't aak,a woman questions. Give her time and she'll tell yon all she is Pine-Tar-Hon- ey M Cost They You FOR SALS OE BEIT! A small shoat, weight about 40 pounds came to my place about four weeks ago. Owner can call, pay charges and I will sell or rent my farm of 315 acres of land get same. on the Barnc's Mill Pike, one milt from RichB. Cookk tf mond, Ky., 41) acres for wheat, balance in crass, good duelling and all other necessary improvements. Call on II. M. Ilerndon Reliable Salesman Wanted. Ky., on the place, or Address J. W.HERNDON' We do not promise great riches but oct26-l- w Kingston, Ky. can make it an object to the right man to sell our Lubricating Oils and Greases. II Address us at once. Estray Shoat. Pott. Ricf-lnon- d, BEGI2TITI1T& OF $ it The Euclid Oil Comi-axy- , Cleveland, Ohio. 11c Reniin lor -- Fine & Farm FOR- blue-grass October 17th, '98 of I will rent publicly to the .MoveinDer l.at 30 ciocw, p m. grazing land at the Forks of Iliir Hill turnnikes. four miles MRS. R. J. WHITE, SR mond. D. W. TRIBBLE, Auctioneer. Ik 6J The fabric are strictly and decided the most novel that will be offered this season. Maily new improvements in the details of our all-avoo- y opening. Any Garment selected, will be delivered on the spot. Don't fail to attend this large Fur Goods Opening, it will be a rare treat. Respt., A Great Deal & W- - D. OLDHAM 5c CO. Mr. Gilbert's Dales. There is a well developed case of diptheria in this tity " Mr. Gilbert spoke at Paint Lick yes- Middelton. always roam at the top. Don't forsret to look for live home terday and will speak at Berea tomorThe way of the transgressor is olten a One Minute Cough Cure surprises news and pergonals on our outside row, Thursday, at 2 p. in., at Union puzzle to'the detectives. City at 2 p. in. Friday, Foxtowu 2 p. in. people by its quick cures and childten pages. Saturday, and at Richmond next mav take it in larje quantities with That Hacking Cough llev. W. 8. Ganibo will preach at danger. It has won for at 7:30 p. in. Let the people of all out the 11 a. m. and undermining your constitution sap- - itseU.the least reputation of any prepar-Vnion City next Sunday at parties come out and judge for them- is best strength. Dr. Bell's PJne-- ation. nseu S p. 111. selves of the splendid gentleman ninir your ior coias, croup, uc- will cure it. This is one of Iingun'tneataroat or obstinate congtis. scholar, lawyer anil statesman who is Haviland Chinaware at s modern-timevaluable remedies DongIa& AVells. that is bewildering all observers asking our suppott for the Democratic the most coughs, colds, and of bronchia! for nomination for Congress. by its beauty and cheapness. Don't do without things you need to troubles Druggists sell. Price 25c. Ho A Jaunt to Irvine. I,00k at D. H SlIACKKLFORD&Co's. It get that you don't want. cure no pay. ad and set the reason why yon should A special train of local railroad magMen who preach by A woman's headaches may come have a Itadiant home heater. nates aud invited friends went to practice by the inch. the yard usually from several causes. She may have a Friday last to inspect the road. DeWolf, of New York City, is at Irvine headache arising from nevousness, or The comfortable aud graceful A Common Experience. Mr. John W. Ballards, of Whites Sta- It was a gay party and they took Irvine from digestive disturbances. Nine tion, giving her music lessons on the by storm. Tne people there were very Scene 1. Mr. Johnson is obliged to cases in ten. her headaches come from kind and gave the visitors a good time. hang to our Suits for clarinet. give np work remain in the house disorders peculiar to her sex. It may The party consisted ot .Messrs Geo. W. and take care of himself on account show itself in the symptioms which are Democrats, register at the County Evrns, Sr. and Jr.. CD. Cheuault, C. Fall will give the Avearer of a dreadful scrofalo sore on one of characteristic of a dozen disorders Clerk's office on Monday, Tuesday and E. Smith, J. C. Chcnault, AV. It. Letchbis limbs. that distinguished apThousands of times, women have been Wednesday next or vou cannot vote for er, C II Cheuault, T. II. Little, Albert 11. Mr. Johnson leads a testi treated for the wrong disorders. Dr. one year. n, It. L. Davis, J. L. Baxter, Scene pearance, foreign to monial which tells of scrofulous trou- Pierce's Favorite Prescription was comA. "Kimball Pianos' have put the Leslie and Ovc Evans andAV. D. Miller. bles cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla pounded for the sole purpose of relievMessrs. Alex. Froser ami J. Bolaud, "to try it. sends for a "world masters" to thinking; they are of ing womankind of these ills and paius. loranto, Canada. Several ladies He resolves They not the oldest, but the latest. "Suth-prli- along bottle and begins taken it. Thousands of women have testified n HonpeWrite adorn the White Scene 111 Mr. Johnson has taken six that after taking treatment from sever.Music Houge." Lexington, for bottles df Hood's Sarsaparilla. His al physicians without benefit, the nflflMfl-WfiA Popular Citizen Dead. oct26-lW catalogue and prices. scrofula sore is cured. He is feeling "Favorite Prescription" cure them com of Mr. Hume Einbry, who The death stronger, has a good appetite and is pletely and quickly. It has been used Miss Crow's First Performance. died on Thursday last at Silver Creek, able to attend to his work. He for over thirty years, and 1ms an un A full house assembled on Sunday was a shock to an tue menus 01 that writes a testimonial telling of his ex- broken record of success. The fact that you will not First Presbyterian church and wholesouled. genial, popular man. He at the perience with Hood's Sarsaparilla The woman who hesitates is invited 3 ears old but unMiss Ilath Crow's first per- was about forty-si- s witnessed and recommends it to others. octl2-Btainps to cover only pay one penny more for the send 21 to formance on the new pipe organ. It married and leaves three sisters and cost of mailing a copy of Doctor AVi c.) a man begins to raise the devil, the was a trying ordeal for even so expe- two brothers, viz: Mrs W. T. Griggs, Pierce's Common Sense Medical right kind should interest rienced an organiht as Mifs Crow, of AVaco. Misses ue and MaryEmbry, he nlwavs lowers himself. which contains pain, clear infor whose faithful serrice in that capacity and Messrs. John anil George Enibry, mation about all of the organs of the good dressers with an eye to Dr. Bell's there exceeds in duration that jof any of Silver Creek. Deceased was a membody and their functions, it economy. Our rangeof prices: organist of our acquaintance in the ber of the firm owning the celebrated will check the worst cough or cure a human Warwiqk Distillery, and widely related cold in one night. It cuts the mucus There are rumors of a crisis in the city. But she performed her difllcult ' $7.50, $S.00, part admirably. The hymns were little in the county. His health had been without exertion or straining, and stops Peruvian cabinet. $5.00, $6.00, intest of her ability, but her rendition of feeble for nearly twenty years, and he tlie congh at once by soothing the $10.00, $12.50, $9.00, the accompaniment to Miss Pattie's spoilt much time traveling. He never flamed parts It invigorates the respirTkat Joyful Peeling forgot hi& friends at such times, but atory organs and lung tissue with reSolo was little less than perfect-Mis- s Pattie, too surpassed herself in Would invariably send home to them newed vitality. It With the exhilarating sense of re- $13.50, $15.00, $16.50, $18.00, newed health and streughth and interthe beautiful solo, 'When I Diet Let fish, fmit, game and other acceptable $20.00. " A gift with a string tied to it is a nal cleanliness, which follows the use Me As The Swallows Fly." It railed mementoes of his journeys. Mr. Eiugreat draw back p charity. of Figs, is unknown to the ot Syrup to mind that otl.er great favorite of hrv was a ereat favorite of the late Every article guaranteed who have not progressed beyound Richmond people. Hits Tlorrie Heath, Francis Marion Green and their comCUBAN RELIEF ceres few e medicines and the cheap as represented. friendlithe Mrs Albert fjeverancf, of Stan ford, panionship was always of now HI ILlS CoHc Kcnralgia and Toothache substitutes sometimes offered but never vin five minutes. SoorStomach who first sang tills song in Richmond. est and most enjoyable to each other. .But with regret of Mr. Embry's and Saramer Complaints. Price, 25 Cent. accepted, bytbe Miss Pattie could not have, chosen a We learn -sweeter sonc nnrjsang It deeper into death and join in tiio uiiirersal.feejing Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to "W. O. the genuine. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. demise. "White. of sorrow the hearts of her , Bearers. oct5-lmMonday -I to-aa- of unnecessary expenditure of time and Clark county will vote on issuing money may be saved if you will only keep a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup bonds to pay for the pikes of tflat county. ol Pepsin in the house. Nine-tenth- s of all ordinary sickness is from the The best wav to avoid sickness is to stomach; keep that organ in proper keep yourself healthy by taking Hood's condition aud all will be. well. Syrup Sarsaparilla, the great purtifier. lr Pepsin is a specific. Trial size bottles 10c, large sizes 50c and $1 00. of B. L. When a man is braiuless, there is Thpmas, Druggist. oct5-l- m I, farm located on the Berea and Kingston turnpike, in Madison county, Ky., about ten miles from Richmond, k.v., and two miles from Kingston, Kv.. and known as the Jas Foster, or. more recently, the Galen J. AVhite farm, I will, on Having determined to sell my SALE! 2 p. m.f entire Ifi! AtDiamonds,I will sell theClocks, stcck Watch.es, Cut Sale 1 Pnmmir: in UUiJJ.liilOiJ loners Notice of Wm. E. Strothcr, ic, Plantiffs. Sale In t Against Equity Defendant. John It. Strother, Fate Br virtue of a Jndecment and Order of ... . V of the Madison Circuit Court, renaerea at me Sentembcr Term thereof, in the above style cause, the undersigned will, on Glass, Bicycles, Silverware, etc., of the late S, H. P. Palmer. .Sales 'each day y Death-erasie- Tar-Hone- .v 's About the hour of 11 o'clock, a. m., at the t innrf TTnueo rlnrtr in Hirhmnnri- - M nriisnnfonn fhplnE Nowmher Conntv Court' tv. KVntiii-fcv- . day,) proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, the following described prop-- ! eity, viz: sell said farm at public auction to the A lot ol grounu, suuaieu on west .nam i side of in Richmond, Ky., on the highest uiuuer, on the psetnises, about streetstreet. Becinninit on the North of the edee said 10 o'clock, a, in. The farm will be pavement and corner to William Arnold, offered for sale in three tracts, viz.: thence with the north edge of pavement eastcorner to W. to a 1st. The Cornelison place of 05 ward 92 feettheir staVe nortnward J. 2S7 Crooke'sa feet to line with acres, more or less, w ith good log house heirs, corner to Neff. with his Hne westward stake 92 feet corner to Win. Arnold, with his line and all in grass. 2d. The laud south of the dirt road southward 2S7 feet to the beginning.credit of on a TERMS leading from the Kitmston and Pcrea (6) months. Sale will be madewill be required sir I to Tho purchaser turnpike to Potts & Duerbon's Mill, give bond, with good security, for the payment to have the containing aoout lUU acres, more or of the purchase money, bearing legal force and iI interest of a less, about GO acres of which is in wheat, effect the dayJudgement, a Lien reserved upon of sale, with from money is bluegrass. and the rett in said propenty until all the purchase S. E. SCOTT, paid. .5d. The home place containins about oct26-2M.C M.C.C. 750 acres; this is mostly in bluejirass. with about 125 acres of land aheady sown in wheat. On this tract is located Thursday, Ost. 27, LU. ' OP BI0NDAY, NOVEMBER at 2 and 7 p. m until entire stockif sold, JOHN It. GIBSON, 7, 1898,' J. H. HA V ILL, Auet. ADMINISTRATOR. i I v"'7 geaeevAwAWAWiw I The ,aaies wno m want c argams oT! Read This? AH w X7t : ? -- -rs a modern, handsome brick residence, necefcsary &c. most conveniently arranged, containing seven rooms, a good cellar, and all Mi-Co- bam, mule shed, corn crib, as including 1LIC SA LLl ice-hou- se ordi-nar3T.- ... - m MW m one-ce- nt .d-vi&c- r, The farm will then he offered foi sale By virtue of an order of sate entered by the County Conrt a whole and will be sold in the Madison undersigned T.at iU October Term. J. Powers and State manner bringing the most money 1SJ3, theTrust Co, assignee of W. F. Powers, & Bank This entire farm is one of the most will sell publicly to the highest and best bid fertile, best located and best improved der upon tne premises in .Maaison county, bluegrass farms in Madison county, Ky., on Kv. Parties wishing to examuio tins farm can call on agpnt. The State Bank Wedusday, November & Trust Company, or Itichmond, Ky., or on me. on the premises, and pleas- Beginning at about 10 o'clock, a in , the folure will be taken in showiug the same lowing partnership property ot the firm of V. T.EUMS will bo liberal, and made F. & T.7. Powers, vii: A farm of land conor less, .located IV known oh day of sale. This proparty taining 110ofacres, more the Speedwell, KingKingston on west will'posiiivcly be sold without reserve milesand Menel.ius turnpike, and within one-ston I or half mile ot White's Station on tho L. & N". a good neighborhood, is is 18, , H Our Clearance Sale is now on: "We are offering all Summer. Qoods Ginghams, Percales, Madras , Cloth, Lawns, Organdies, Duek Suiting, in fact everything in the wash goods line. Also a nice lih6 of Dress Goods at your own price. Please call and .see our line elsewhere. at.-Cost- . before-purchasin- g ' , bv-bi- J. W. HERND0N. tl-- e XUUA flu old-tim- d. at-h- . Covington .j- - ell. ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED CVEUY for "The Story or the Philippines" by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Government as Official Historian to the War Department. The book was written in ariiy camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in HoDg Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the Insurgent cantos with on the deck of the Olrmpia with Dewey, and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila, Bonanza for agents. Brimful ot original pic tures taken by Revetment photographers on the spot Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Daid. Credit, sven. Dror all trashy. Freicht S X. . unofficial war books.- - tiuimiree. Addres p. T. Barber, aecr, tar insurance cKX'isa. A Chicago. Agut-nald- iu It R. This farm well fenced , fertile, and is as good com and any in Madison connty.Ky. At wheat land as the same time and placo we will also sell the fnllnwinir nersonal DroDertvi About 3o0 barrels of corn, about 2 shoals', a lot of fanning. im wagon3. aliments, coustetinz of two ona beering Binder, one cultivator, three "2- - I j horse plows, gear, Sc. TERMS. The aforesaid personal property I be sold for cash for all sales less than $20, j will and for all sales ol STJ and over tmh be sola on a credit until January 1, 1S9J. the- purchaser to execsta note with good security bearing interest ftesf tho day of s&lc. The land will be sold on a credit of six and twelve raonths'ia equil payiHentsr&ntl the pnrchaecr will execute bond with good security, bearing legal interest from January l, ims.ubhi paiawitu a jkh rtwinta I - We are also Agents for Butterwick Patterns. m-- .w 1 White -- &- Gibson. m jr. J. Powers VState laik iTnis octK-3- Cm Assignee of W.JPowers. i? J-- it- - J. . - p' r ; jmmm " .. j&l. e, TZI&tS ' V" .B.-- Tt- -", .$' -Ar-i- X- - .! :. . '. X- - "3: i. 4T- i T'- - . . . ., i prin-f- c show's ZTfivoun I sr&r :r SSft Restores 5? &WK!i?UUT.C - ' toiirt Ciinli !i In ESfCt Mar 1. ISM R&ilmj. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. itwe FntnHorL. Plf to THE III Reported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatlierago & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. 32GGS l Advice to There are three great remedies that every person with weak lungs, or with consump- Mf M HAPPY-HOOPER- T- : PUPIL IConsum pfivesf ; tion itself, should understand. These remedies will cure about every case in its first stages ; and many of those more advanced. It is only the most advanced that are Even these are hopeless. wonderfully relieved and life itself greatly prolonged. What arc these remedies ? Fresh air, proper food and THE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF SUDDENLY REGAINS lll HEARING. , AT f D. I ting i tHHt " " COMPLETE !.'.!? Elkhorn Switur Stamping Ground DaT&lU ajn. . 63 .6 51 .702 OS . 6 30 juni. SCO S In Gcotjttown. Atr " CeotwrOle-- .. Georgetown .7 .7 . 800 sn 48 S lie cash; 12Jc BUTTER-Cho- iee BEESWAX 4(6 2025c. in trade. country, 12JlGic . 8 11 Ebnbeth. Pari. .822 . 828 . 8 40 4 IS 4 42 4 12 4 18 5 10 WEST BOUND. Air EUabeth lyre Ptii . p.m. 20 -- Newtowiu Georgetown Lre Georgetown Arr DnTallk. " Stamping Gronnd Swiuer . Elkhom. CeDtreTlIlc . 931 38 -48 10 00 -J 40 -- 11 se 10 Frankfort --1135 11 55 ns C D. BERCAW, Qen'l Paaa. GEO. B. HABPEB. Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. , .. 3 5 9 18 2 9 c HZ :::H DCS ST :::;" g 2 g 2. 2! ft i 5 H s .- s a o a : - 3"5a: MCS o SecSeS e! - I 3 a i V p cc O O C.E. ti&iEi S3 c o e o 65 eoscc i 'a- - W is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, hut also to the care and skill with which it is (St manufactured by bcientific processes 7 05 known to the California Fio Svbup 7 20 Co. only, and we wish to impress upon Agent all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fiq Strup Co. only, & knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fia Strup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 10 42 48 58 08 30 41 48 $km$ EXCaiECE JTY- - "WOOL Clear grease wool, JG13c; bnrry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c CHEESE Country, 10c. TIMOTHY SEED S1.35S1 CO. OF SYRUP OF FIGS CLOVER 50 JJLUE GRASS C5c; extra clean, G07oc; fancy :lean, pure seed, S1?1.S5. IRISH POTATOIS-405- 0c; SEED-$4.005- .00. SEED-Stripped, JJACON HAMS-101- 21c X.ARD-78- 10c. )c. ORCHARD GRASS HED TOP 50c. SEED RYE GOc. County $1.23S1.35. !1?ilii of Cod-Liver ?ftSS9 rMS! Oil isith Hypo-phosphite- s. Court Days. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon draughts but not of fresh air. Eat nutritious food and drink plenty of milk. Do not forget that Scott's Emulsion is the oldest, the most thoroughly tested and the highest en- Be afraid of dorsed of all remedies for weak throats, weak lungs .id consumption in all its stages. ucaM Si of, all druggists. SCOTT U liOWNb, Chemists, New York. day. 5 O 55 O -- J o 00 w Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. PAPER FROM CORNSTALKS Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. The discoverv by the Marsden DevelClark county, fourth opment Company of the process of makWinchester, Monday. ing paper from cornstalks, which BAN FK A?. CISCO, Cat to its ofliceis, will reduce the Versailles, tvoodford count', fourth new tokk. n.t- Louisville. Kt. priie of ordinary newspaper, takes rank Monday. y Jan5-lin practical beneficenie with the intenA stubborn cough or tickling in the tion of the cotton gin. SUBSCRIBERS-IMPORTANT. TO OUR throat yields to One Minutes Cough Whitney made the south one of the Cure. Harmless in effect, touches the richest regions of the world. This new The Qnaler Valley Mfg Co. of Chicago have right spot, reliable and just what is discovery will cause the West to cease requested ns to announce that they haAe severwanted. It acts at once. Douglas & burning corn as common fuel and sudal thousand sets of the finest coin silver-plate-d War Memorial Spoons left over from their denly comert a vast amount of unused recent distribution. They will mail, postpaid, Wells. a fnll set of six of these spoors to every subscriber to the CLIMAX, who will send name WOMAN'S PART IN WAR'S PERIL. and address a postal card will do If, on receipt of the spoons, you find them the most exquisitely beautiful specimens of the silverAtlanta Constitution. smith's art you ver saw, and worth $3.00 remit 78 cents, as payment in full, within 30 days; if Side by side with the gallant heroes not pleased, return spoons immediately. Each spoon is of a different design who achieved distinction in the coffee sue showing soldiers in camp in Cuba, Morro Castle and four U. S Battleships. They late war with Spain must be placed that are imperishable mementoes of the late war. gentle daughter of New York and that and every subscriber should accept this most. remarkable offer, and obtain a set oeiore it is sweet angel of tlip whole nation, Miss too late All that's necessary is to say you're a subscriber to the CLIMAX (this is important) Helen Gould. We have before comand that you except Memorial Spoon Offer. mented upon the unselfish liberality of Address QUAKEK VALLEY MFG. CO., Miss Gould in ministering with such 357 West Harrison St., Chicago. after-dinner MMe vf. . Fred Hams Hooper is one of lliehan-pies- t jnaNcs v.,r,-boys in Itoyle county I'wf Weak 'JVi At Kentucky School for the Deaf, Sl.'ODJ. in Danville, Sunday morning, he sud- The Great j denly regained the sense of hearipg, TKI35iS:CEi: 3RElVXEr"Sr which he lost about eighteen months Is now vTllhln omy ream or every American. j cuaranlfcil to aire j ago. Now ho can hear as well as ever SJclava trcntmcait U cvo or Nervous ucullltr, or q c the most coniiillcatca Wfl.tlni? ni.Ln-It nrM iinucrfullv and iufi LlV. ami has been discharged from the Man, I!islratly iVrfrcl. In thr rrsiilt school. ofltie 1W of :i;;r.i:tO, Voun; uicnwlll re. t rhinhooit. .1rl OM Men w lit recover Fred is about UTleen years old, and (Tiln yoathfiilvlor- - It lmlsrUcsRiiit .restorer to their the sou ot Joseph Hoopnr, who lives full life and visor, nil sullen; ft from Sct.itnalAVcnL. nesscs, linpotency , Varicocele. Sjnnattorlica, ue.tr Atoka. About eighteen months Nightly Emission. Host Itraln ami Slncnar Power, Weak Jlcmonr. Walvcfulncss, Kvil IJreanM, ago he had an attack of meningitis, Uicl ot pouMcucp, nrl ftlj effects of elf. , orexiiiIcxceis,nii lm!ircllon.Ytlikli nnfits which left hi. as deaf as a post. one for Ijubliiev, study or marriairc. It Ol I2M2 It O When this was finally ascertained, goes at once to the root of t'10 liseae that h why JOc In thovvorM It Fred was sent tu tne Lianvule institu- Itcure. whyIs tho greatest TV'crve Tonic amlrestorcs It gives icoraiul Action tint Is 25c. 50c. tion and became an apt pupil. He the I Ire of Yontli. it U a n irvelous DlooJ Puri fier that Is why could talk but no bound readied hi t'icitalprlircKs. tho IlnU Clotr come Imeli tot Insist unon hiving KXOnNKUO. Can he carried In vest jKxfcet. Uy mall il.0 per ear. lov, 01 hc for )K5,00. He cheerfully refund He completed last session and re- the monrv where sK boxes do not effect a cure. Who can think turned tills fall to resume hiy studies. Circulars free. Address tho American Office of simple Wanted-f- tn Idea of tomepatent? thlnir to Sunday morning, while Lied was, sit- BORDEAUX MEDICAL00.8aRS5.te may bring you weaim. Ideas: ther For sale in lUchmonil by Perry A. ThomaB, Protect your WKDDERBTJRN & CO, Patent ting in tne Library, one ot his comWriteJOHN Washington. D. C for their 13C prUa offer panions came up behind him and made: Druggists. and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. sept21-la loud noise. Headache bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. Fred heard it. He whs Startled, but W. C. SLIMER."JOHN liOSHAl. listened and heard. other noises; then k&AA. 50 YEARS' others, until finally he was again in EXPERIENCE full possession of the sense Danville Advocate. " '" ms&jr sSft H mmamm? rrrMaxmn a.. eK?vTifcJ-- r A . i&& r AXmWk te-s- Sv Lost VUalllr, TRY W' c .A Uictr-n-- CANDY CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS. Dctron-denc- y. 11 alii-e- y Adam Baum The Sole Subscriber. Slinier & Hosha -- SESwggSS piodnct into gold. How wide a revolution ssss hae k:l isi 0h i o Railway. Time ol Trains at Winchester. Ky. 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pra 4 50 pin bountiful con tiibut ions of money to the welfaieof our sildiers in camp, but wc Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. cannot pral--e too often or too lavishly New York Limited F F. V such noble generosity ot spirit. What EAST BOUND. this country owes to Mi&s Gould cannot 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom. 11 58 am I have rented for 1898 the several houses ad- be summed up in the several contribuNew York Limited F F. V. 6 30 Jim vertised by me last December, but have now Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 923pn four or five other nice cottages, well located tions which she has made from tune to Washington repress and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at greater portion of the Accommodation trains run daily except Sun my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, time, since the run daily. day. Other trains debt must be computed in the spared with Stephen D. Parrish, Through sleeping and dining car service to lives .ind increased comforts which she FLORIDA II. PARRISH, New York. jan26-t- f For information, rates or sleeper reservations Attorney and Agent has brought to our urae American volK. HOOD. Agent L.AN.Ry., tall on or write Richmond, Ky. unteers. or GEORGE W. BABNEY. With means enough at her command Lexington, Ky. I). . A. C. & O. Ry.. to surround her with greater pomp than some of the queens of Euro pecan alford. THAN ECONOfvilST RANGES Miss Gould has preferred to dedicate her resouices to the happiness of others rather than to the glorification of herThe present schedule of Illinois Central Railplj self. We do not mean to throw con'"a'.'. road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier tempt upon the taste for social leaderpoints in Arkansas, Than Ever" to reach all Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The ship and prestige which is one of the splendid train service with which the Illinois predominant traits of our American woCentral's Memphis and New Orleans Vestir-ile"Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than men; but Miss Gould has cared for none to the above mentioned Ever" to take a trip territory. of these things. She has not denied The Central is the only line which runs Free herself the luxuries for which her Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly inclinations have called, but inCar tor California, Pullman Teurltt 9 25pm stead of squandering her wealth upon every Thursday Lve Louisville 6 18am Arr Memphis Friday. handsome steam yachts or upon bril7 45pra Arr New Orleans Friday 8 20pm Lve New Orleans Friday liant masquerade balls, she has piefei-re- d 8 45am . Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm to expend it in benefactions upon Arr San Antonio Saturday 2 45pm Arr Elpaso Sundav worthy objects. In adopting this course 9 2iipm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday she may have sacrificed the splendor WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Lexington Accom aug31-4- m Read This Attorney-at-La- -- I3Irr - EASIER EYER. - 1 w d le-iin- Ten b Tie Tn Vitto Eoutt U (iMorcu. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the temtorv mentioned will do well to communicate with R H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Wh. Alfohd Kellovd, A G. P. A., Lonisville, Ky. G P. A., A. H. dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. Ha-cso- attaches to recognized ascendancy in the social realm, but in bountiful which recompense she has won the allegiance Roofing', Guttering and General Job Work. R, N, I. & B. R. R. Time Table No. 33 Taking Effect Mon day. May 2, 189S. kxst soexn. Versailles Nicholasville Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberley. Brassfield Panola Irvine 2d Class. 1st Class. Jf0 J Jf0. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun QUI aug31-2m which attaches to inditputed loyalty in the kingdom of uuselfiish deeds. Embalmed in the sweet incense of her pure and noble spirit, the name of Miss Helen Gould will continue to lie when most of her gentle contemporaries are forgotton. IS in uU. A.M. 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 11 53 P.M. 6 52 7 35 8 00 8 13 8 30 A.M. 5 30 6 48 8 20 8 50 9 15 10 10 10 10 00 05 25 40 11 35 YRUP PEPSI CURES CONSTIPATION. PLYMMOTH aJyf CHOICE PURE BRED COLYER. 75c Rock Cockerels for sale at 50c, MRS H. H. $100 and Richmond, Ky. -- DR. CALDWELL'S P. M. 12 12 12 12 13 16 30 35 1 05 .. west BocxD. No. 2 I N5T4 No. 8 ro. 10 Ex Sun Ex Snn Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. I Rock Irvine Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond. Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles P. M. 2 00 2 25 P. M. A M 11 1 1 1 I Gornelison 2 30 2 4i 2 47 8 0 6 6 j 55 05 20 45 05 20 31 SB 7 50 3 15 3 30 3 43 4 10 5 00 2 15 3 00 3 25 4 JO 6 10 FOR! Tvxe, vfc, "ioTuaio &TV&. 3VccAew bws..' " A.M. P.M. "Pi M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. AT. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. .W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. Four of the best Fire Insurance Com- - . panies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. 4. patriotism. But while the benefactions of Miss recogGould entitle her to nition we arc not unmindful of the fact that other women of less wealth but equal willingness lime devoted themselves to the welfare of ourjsoldiers in hospital and in camp. We will not incur the risk of doing injustice to any of them by mentioning some and neglecting others, but we will not permit this opportunity to pass without paying tribute to the beautiful fidelity with which they haeconsecratedthenisehes upon the country's altar. If the late war places us under obligations to our brave men who have fearlessly endured the vicissitudes of war in defense of the country's flag, it also places us under oblgiations to our brave women who have unflinchingly faced the hardships of the hospital and the camp, and thus proven that like the ancient vestals they can be relied upon to keep perpetually burning the fires of liberty and of iu papcr-nml.inbecause writing, he would lmvedoubtlessnttain-e- d even greater success than he did in ihe Indian corn produced by other countries is but a drop in the bucket ol the liteiary field. Hero is a samthe American harest. This country ple of what he could do in tire advertising line when he wanted to dispose w ill be as much the home of cheap pa of a cow. as it is now of ' Owing to ill health, I will sell at my The newspapers of London, and Berlin will be forced to tome across residence, in township 1!), range IS, to government survey, one the Atlantic to supply their presses, and America will then not only feed plush raspberrj colored cow, ..aged 8 the world, but iuiiiish at least the essen- years. She is a good milker and is not afraid of the cars or am thing else. She tial to its daily reading. The Western farmer has from time is of undaunted courage and nivesmilk immemorial looked across the stretches frequently. To a man w ho does not of the autumn field and puzzle about fear death in any form, she would be a those millions ot skeletons of departed great boon. She is very much attached greenness In due season he had torn to her house at present by the means off the yellow ears and filled his crib of a stay chain, hut she will be sold to and loit! Whether he stripped the an one who will agree to use her right. stalk and left it to stand entire or cut it She is one fourth short horn and three-fourthvena. I will also thtovv in a off close to the ground and cured trunk shotgun which goes and leaf together, the stalk remained 111 double-barrele- d the end, eithei to be tlnoiwi back on the with her. In May, she generally goes away for a week or two and returns with field or cast into the file. i'art of the stalk and roots always re- a tall, red calf with wabbly legs. Her mained. They di&ippeared under the name is Hose. I would rather sell her feet of tramping cattle and weie plowed to a 11011 resident." under in the spuug The amount of EVIDENCES OF HIGH LIVING. fertilizer they leturned to the ground has been notoriously influential. A member of the police force came The Marsden Company now proposes acio'ss a hoy the other lay who was that the farmer preset ve the stalks wheeling home aloatlof'ojster-cansan- d and hat vest them with thebau.e bottles, and curious to know vvli.tt use care as gives to the grain and the fod- the lnl could put tlicm to, he made a suptemacv per-makicotton-growins -hs ly the discovery will work may be uuderhtood from the statistics vhich the daily newspapers nf the United fctatcj alone can ftiruibh. Last ) ear the daily presets nlune con sinned S2G.2S0 000 worth of white paper manufactuied fioin wood pulp. This was but a pari of the total consumption of cheap paper made by this process .mil used by other publishing and commercial institutions It is for the statisticians to say how many withered, stalks are left in the fields of America after the ears have been torn from" them and the fodder shipped. There has been hitherto no reason for ascertaining thi- lienieudous figttie, because the talk lias been except for fertilization and the limited manufacture of cellulose. borne notion of the tui passing bulk of this now alueless residue may be li vine four miles ea-- t of McKee; Mangained by the person who can calculate chester, Barbourville to Jelhco Narfrom 2,2S4,S70,0W) bubels, which was rows in Tennessee, total 247 miles. The the measure of the Indian corn branch to Columbus, 0., will run from in America in lb'JO. Its alue, Cynthianato Dover,through ClaybVille, accoiding to the piotent market value Mt. Olivet and Germantonn, total 40 of corn would be $8o,03J,500 The .Mai. ui'les. den discovery affects the value of every BILL NYE'S GENIUS. bushel of this pioduct, enhances the g power of every aero of Lee's Record. Uncle barn's dominion wheie corn is Had the late Bill Nye confined his planted. It will give ihe United States the genius as .a humorist to adveitisirg (Join-misio- - use-le- es Whether horn skepticism as to the genuineness ot its claims or from lack of "dough," only oue citizen of LIVE Trade Marks county, father of .Mis. U. 11 L. Designs Higgerstail, of this city, put up a cunt . Copyrights &c S' Anyone sending a sketch and description may tuvvaid tho const! uuion of the Black qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention la probably patentable. Diamond llailuay, tuat is to cuinmeuce Handbook on Patent SAL ISMEN, . patents. sent free. Oldest agency for securing Co. at the .Xoith Pole and nil double tracks Patents taken through Slunn & ' receive ' tpeciol notice, without charge. In the to the lvpiator. Union1 Stock Yards.' x -. ' The hharpsbuiji World savs: V He understand that the v.ity Coull' Cincinnati;' &. A handsomely llhutrated weekly. largest circulation of any f clentlflc Journal. TerJis, 3 a cil of Mt. bterliug last ueek met Jsir yearr four months, L Sold byall newsdealen. .C'Oor Commission charges" are" J3.00 per car Ihoinas 'fancied and party who ate for hogs:5(Jc. per head for cattle. York MUNN&Co.361Broad-NeBranch Office, C5 F St, Washington, D. a inspecting the BlacK Diamond route, Reference Western German Bank, Cincinsept7-land Adam Baum was the only man nati, Ohio. w I10 offered to subscribe anything to bung the road via Mt. Sterling, lie . llered to tuhscribe JfJoOU, but no otliel olleis being made, .Mr. Knby told them the ruad lottid not come that way lor that amount. So the route from Hiarpsburg will be via Prewitt'a fetaasheretolore lndaai tion and on cd. this is good new to Sliaipsuurg people. ii The Kentucky State llailrosd has leceived a letter from Col. A. li. Boone, 1'iesident of the Black Diamond lailway, stating that the lotite Wh m2 out t10 fa138 Sing in the true " of said road across tl.e State of Kentrue rom e tucky will be asfollovvs: Beginningat "& t0 yu tne new ivA-vfPiney forests of Noway 5 Ghent, on the Ohio river, in Carroll tilt V itfKfSn y ittNtiH wA county; Warsaw, Glencoe badieille. Cyuthiatia, Carlisle, Sharpsburg, I'rew-itt- 's Station, three and a half miles west of Ml. Sterling; Levee, Clay City, ai Muut-gomer t 4m Ui'r bnr 2S-- j2j33s W7H k 1 '- Scientific American. -- $f Not Baltimore and Ohio r Y3. & y & m BUTi J J & Biggerstaff c !)oad What wb vh - Oldham. S Han to Show Ton. ir!!'! iflfkff f mfwi A9BHEB& DSnn T mmmimom i liio-i- MwtezzMM$M DR. BELL'S Honey pio-duce- d money-miikin- Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g causeof that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed an J soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS I AM 88 YEARS OLD, any remedy equal to Dr. Ben's Pine-lHoney. It gives quick and permanent relief In grip as well as conjhs andTcolds. It makes weak nncs stroD;. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, 1 Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET and never csed is N & Dr. Beli's Pine-Tar-Ho- Peducoh, Ky. w 6 t id 11 E MOMENT ...,- - -- ; 1 H w FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Comb- JIr inations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. ,f EXTENSION TABLES From $.'5.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75e to $8.00 in Ash, .Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahoganv. &, VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradle-Marti- n ball and made and painted hand See Them. $2 CHAMBER SUITS In Mahoganj-- , HungaJ-Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. rian Ash, ROCKERS From 60o to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. ng & M PLEASE ! 1 i w We are too busy to pive a fall list of our immense stock, bat assure you that anything you may need jou can find at our new quarters. 5$ I We want to talk to you about our new line of Foot ' Wear for Fall. We tlunk we have the most interesting1 W display of these goods ever - seen in this City and feel ertain that you will favor us with a call. A call does Li not oblijmte you in any wav. We take the srreatest j( pleasure in showing our stock to the public as we are well aware that it is the best possible advertisement JLtjneans we can have, and6urline'isiatydurdisposal. u business, with' you" later on, Zk 7 A. 4 "? don'tTbuy untiliyou see our line of $3.00 Ladies, 'Respt., Shoes: They are beauties.' - ! , !utoai:DT pug Jpap Impk it if DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. When in the City Make Your Headquarters With IS &&&fc&&&&&& BIGGERSTAFF 0 J der. It will take the outer sheating direct inquiry. from the pith, it will giind and mash its "Goinj: to throw them over into our fibres; it will throv the tough tangle lmckvard," replied the the boy. "I cauldrous of acid; it will drag it fioui took two loads home its liquid fire, cleanse it and roll it into "Bat what do yon use them foi?" shining sheets of paper. "It's a tiick of the family," grinned the lad. iu-t- o H- - M PJione. No. 21. freeman nros. , li u v lern Mutual ksW . Company, First Street, Egg5R;yli Of Lexington, Kentucky. Buuklen's Arnica Salve. "How trick?" SOUTHERN RfllLWftY. (IN KENTUCKY.) Bebedcla In effect May L. 1808. EAKTBOrKD. In the Prudental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again give the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 261 Second Street, UpStnlrs. Je2-l- y UE0. W. RILEY Of Shelbj'ville, The BestSahe in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever PANOLA. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Coins and all skin Eruptions, Eld. J. AV. Harding closed a two and positively cures Piles, or no pay reweeks meeting at Speedwell, Sunday quired. It is guaranteed to give j erfect night. There were eight baptisms. satisfaction or money refunded. Price Their was a sharp frost here Satur- 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & day morning very little damage. Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to AV. is considerable complaint of G. AVhite. 2l'lec15 x' There rotten corn. Our postoffice money order bussiness NEW YORK FASHIONS. "I'd just as lief teil," continued tho boy, at. he spit on his hands to resume hold on the barrow. "M'e are going to have some rel.iFhune come in from the country We may not have much to eat, but if they see these cans and bottles and boxes they'll think we've had ifctors, Safest Investment Largest Profits. AND SURPLUS. Al t aaOaa9AvQ a,..aaaaaaO ABOUT 5115,000.00 PAID IN MATURITIES. S43.000.00 RESERVE champagne, figs, and nuts till s 1 KaL 7 40am Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Sholbyvllle.. La'renceb'g.. Lexington Louisville... . ewam 9.55am Versailles.... 10.16am 10.45am WEKTTlOCMl. Lv Lexington Ar Versailles. Ar La'renceb'g . Ar Shelbyville-A- r Louisville Trains Nos. 1, 2, 5 and tion Chair Cars. No.. 7.45am 8.10am 8.35am 9.27am 10.55am 6 No. 6. 4.05pm CSSpm 6.80pm &52pm 7.20p No. 2. 4.40pm 5.08pm 5.30pm 6.19pm 7 50pm No.. 7.45pm 6.07pm 9.C0DQ laoepn lasspm T?cT4r 5.06aia 5.27am 5.45am, 6.23am 7.50ira carry Free ObservaWE8TBODKD. No-- li INo. 14. Ky., May 26, '96. To Co., Col., 0.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton, druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they gave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Wright Medical Slielbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. is increasing. IASTBOCNU ll!i BTATIQgg. No. 4.05pmi 7.40amlLv LoulsvllAr, .pni 9JAam Ar LarncbrgArt Yours very truly, 9 7J5pmlia5aamiAr Burgin..Lvl EASTBOCIfD. 7.50pm ia55am 5.25pm 8.25am 7 35am Geo. W. Riley. 7.ffam Nal5.ilNo.C7j 7.40am 5.3Fpm KOWam 6.52pm 10.16am 7.15pm 11.10am 7.45pm 12(5pm EASTBOrKU. 4.U5pra WESTBOCXn. STATIOSS. iNa 16. tNo.es. Lv Louts Til Ar 10.55am 70pm Ar Shelbvil An 9JT7am 6.19pm Ar Verslles Ar 8.0Bom 4.15pm Ar Midwar Ar 7.45am 3.3pm Ar Georgtn LtI 7.15am 3.00pm STATIOXH. WESTBOUND. tNo. 6. tNo. 2. AAAa.IiVaa AA--l-- ITBURNSGAS? The New Acetjlene Css Bicycle Lamp. -- tNa No. 5. I r Ar Lexington ia5am 10.35pm 8.15pm 7.45am Ar Knoxvllle..,.. Ar Aahevllle ..... 6.10am L15pm Ar Savannah.... 5.10am Ar Jacksonville . 9.15am 7.20pm 6.30am Ar Chattanooga . Ar Atlanta. oMam lL40om 8.10am Ar 'Macon 9.25pm Ar Jacksonville Lv Chattanooga. 7.4opm 6!5am UJOpm I L 10pm Ar Birmingham .. Ar Meridian...... 3.50am 10.10am Ar New Orleans. 10.30am lasoam Na I carries Free Chair car Louisville to Lexington, there connecting with Solid Vestibule Train carrying through Pullman Sleeping Car to Birmingham. Meridian and New Orleans, also makes dose connection at Chattanooga for Atlanta, Macon, Jacksonville and Brunswick. No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Chattanooga and Birmingham, also Lexington to Jacksonville via Hot Springs. AshevlUe. and Pullman Union Sleeper Lexington to New Orleans. 1 Daily exceptSunday. A. 7.40am 4.05pm Lv Louisvll Ar ia55am 7.50pm 10.22am &52pm Lv Verslles Ar 7.50am 5.00pm IL02am, 7.pm ArNlchlvill Ar &58am 4.10pm lL5epm. t.xopm 6.05am 3.15pm 2.00pm ... iAr tuchmna Lr LOopm Irvine STATIOKS. No. L I No. 3. Lv Louisville. 7.40am 7.45pm f No Kcra at lt U7&$kSis Sfe '&fcl U j& SMOKE. & nor CRF8SF DANGER It can't jarorbtow oct like an Oil Laap. ABSOLUTELY IJ?ht OKts I of a cnt an hour. Thrown a clear, white li;liilC3fTtJiil. SouJ for circular and lean about tLo . . . . Greatest Bitjcle l:ci tf tfce Tear From 3 our deafer or ten t prepctd J C, r. if VAU BADSER BRASS jly6-6- Mm. G0 vv v yr KEWOSHA, WIS. Lomsvitte, Ky. Lexington. Ky. J".S.QAjrjtojt.a V.PjtG.St, J. M. Culp.T. M Wirtlrgtea, D. C Waaolcgtos. D.C. WJLTnr& P.A Vrx.B.TArUiaVA.G.PA. XtrttoTlUsvXv WhxdoVP.&T.A S.T.SWITT. P.&T.- A- .& PEPSlN YRUPINDIOESTtON. CUKES CALDWELL'S SI II , When the bowels are regular the body good and the mind will be active. will feel Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. One little "Pellet" is a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. They never gripe. All good dealers sell thera and have nothing else "just as good." White velvet belts will be worn with Exchnugo. white velvet collars. Tulle, feathers, mousseline de sole, Mankind needs chenille-spottenet and costly fur boas The Jruifc.Qf years pf experience and hard stud- - is emboda herald, like the heralds of are all seen on fashionable promenades . ied "in this", magnificent stock of ours. All we know is at old, to pro- 1 9 Fall. and wi'e should know about the preclaim so that your service, too., we naven'tany trade secrets. We tell Nowaday1-- , nine women all paration that fcJdWri) vitalmay hear, the are wearing gold beads. of every ten. been helping for half a century has 3roU the exactw facts about'eyery thing you care to ask about importance of expectant mothers, bring health. The averPretty broken plaids, stripes and tiny little ones into age man of made of, etc. Our leaders, Why it is good, what the .world without thinks it beneath woven spots appear in new hosiery. danger and the hundred and one his dignity to bother That ugly, ungraceful habit of turning V3 55i about his health until vWj7v """"""h usiu uiaLiattiuna it is gone. Even then in the toes possessed by borne children, and Unites 11 10 cniiu-uinhe only takes measures may be corrected by the wearing ol ihe J'S 1k . to restore it in an inis applied externally, which shoes Best fc Co have designed" especdifferent, contemptu. is. the only way to get relief. ous sort of way. ially for the purpose. AVrite to thein Men cannot learn Medicines taken internally 'Are unexcelled. We also ?arry in stock the Highest Grade too soon tliat health for particulars. will not help and mav Sewing'Machines to be fourid, in the market. is the most importA complete Plaid dress skirts should be made . ant thing- in life in WW rtflllf with as few seams as possible line of Sheet at our place of business at fact, is life. Without the most brilliant it Collars and cuffs of bite linen, law all times., ."Tjiie. people !of&Tadison and adjoining counties are man will be a failure, or linen cambric have a neat liemftitch ft'fVCJcWi and the most robust ' cordially invited to our selections. man will mnirllv be. finish. The turn-ovstyle is prettiest. come a physical wreck. The man who A miart golfing jacket is of scarlet, We arealsoprepafed'toget' any 'piano or instruments neglects the little headaches, the loss of appetite and sleep, nervousness, hot flush- with scarlet taffetas sleeves and bras for parties that we db, not qar-r- specially in stock for less ings, cold chills, heavy head, lax muscles, .' . iff and the multitude of bad feelings that are buttons. . . jfitsand prepares every. money than they canjpufehase., them.- - 'Leaye orders for Worsted braid should be used on the heralds of approaching sickness and . . disease, must pay a tremendous penalty. gowns. Velveteen bindings aro piaua. tuning at olficeVlmote For men who suffer in this way there is . paitof the bodyW no medicine equal to Dr. Pierce's Golden appropriate for street wear. . Medical Discovery. the critical hour. It It sharpens the apinThis is a great fur season. petite, corrects all disorders of the diges- tending to child-birt- h of its robs buy peltry in any form or tion, invigorates the liver, makes the asREGULAR REDEMPTION. MAI similation of the food perfect, purifies the variety shoti'd write 10 (' C mirviip tortures and pains. blood and enriches it with the W J Xevtman, Lexington Ky . 2398. S660 Saby's coming is made elements that build new, healthy flesh. It for prices null parti, In r. Uv is tt e 2753 2088. . J V Hi ley, Versailles, Ky . . is the great leading fuirier in uus cuntrv; antHias and quick and easy. Itsi It cures 98 per cent, of all cases of con2822. 2270. . A C Goode, Lexington, Ky .1 . action is. doubly bene- sumption and is the best of all known his Iieadqiiarteir in West ' W. P. SBARLES, Business Manager. . 2913. 2303. . D B Good, remedies for nervous troubles. Thousands slieet. .'.ficial if used during the whole have told, over their own signatures, the All old red enshmt-tdiiui may i.e Second , Richmond, Ky? period of pregnancy. stones of the wonders it has performed. Total Honest dealers will not urge a substitute made up into a prett wai-- i, if desin-d- . t 1 per bottic at all drug stores", for the sake of a little extra profit. i Profit Over Cost . All dress skins ale about by mail on receipt of price. Thomas Fletcher, of Clifton Station. FairCrx Co., Va writes: "I suffered terrible tortures five inches up, round tne bottom. for ten years with 'Bastralgia' (pain in the Colored diess linings are out of date . fBJ, Books Free, containing valuable inforstomach). I then took sue bottles ofDr. Pierce's FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS Golden Medical Discovery, which completely with good dressers mation to all women, wiil be sent to any d we've got tired of 'em. and aie livingon bread and taters for a healthy change." The cflicer scratched his ear like a man who had leceived a nev idea i in ' f'rf .., Pianos and Organs Stiles SPECIAL REDEMPTION. Bef.No. Con. No. Name. Address. Oost. Paid. S141 13S 147 147 147 147 147 147 00 00 00 00 EWiY 1 tc-d-av it's ""-'uci- u n. klilHsFiw, Music-eau.be-found Orp, vv 11 er feTF fvfother9s Friend xm 1 A cjinindinpect - s 7 Spilman, Danville, Ky 1434 . .802. . John L. Fisher, Louisville, Ky 707. . 839 . . D B Good, Lexington, Ky " 789. .841. . D B Good, " " " . . '. 791. .843. . D B Good, " " 793. .845. . D B Good, ' 793. .847. . D B Good, " 797. .849. . It F Johnson & Co, Baltimore, Md H99. . 855 . C J Desse, Louisville, Ky 1439. .857. . O It Miusohnll, Lexington, Ky 1442. .881. . C V Hayden, Owensboro, Ky 801. .863 William Borgel, Louisville, Ky 1647. .805. . D B Jones, Lexington, Ky 1201. .867. . D B Good, Lexington, Ky . . . 804. .870. . It F Johnson & Co, Baltimore, Md . . 1444. .874. . It A Good, Lexington, Ky . 807. . 875 . . It F Johnson & Co, Baltimore, Md ' " S09. .877. . It F Johnson & Co, . ' '"$ Sll . .879. . It F Johnson & Co, 813. .881-- . . It F Johnson & Co, " . " " " 815. S83 . . KF Johnson 1445. .835- - . Mary A Mason, Lexington, Ky 817 887. . AV F White Estate, " " 819. .8S9 . W F White Estate, "- 821 . . 891. . Kate Hess, Louisville, Ky AV F White Estate, Lexington; Ky . 823. .S93 ' 829. .S99. . AV F White Estate, " . . . . 831. .901 . AV F AVhite Estate, . . G R 748. .794. .... ... $ 49 50 48 50 51 50 51 50 51 50 . 51 50 51 50 51 50 49 50 44 50 00 00 CO 00 141 00 12G 00 43 50 - 51 44 . 50 . 51 . 4S 60 50 50 50 50 51 50 51 0 51 50 51 50 ..... &-C- 3150 4S 50 51 50 .41.50-.! 138 00 147 00 120 10 144 00 147 00 13S 00 147 CO 147 CO 147 CO 147 CO 147 00 13S 00 ..,.".. . . J47'CO , 1474 . 51 51 51 51 50 50 50 50 147at , 147f5) 147 nn v 147jCO- - g 11 blood-mak- flesh-builde- r. usic Company, 450--4- 1 120-C0- " 50 41 50 ', IU 1 COd Foity-sei-on- d Street. 40 50 , U2404i- - 1I9 v y Mi'lfi-nc- ....'.. swiioo.U7fl&o; $3080 00 ' Ftofl) ;Ro.wgH'5 Newspaper Director ;.., t cured me." tfar You invito disappointment when you experiment. DeWitt's Littlo Earlv. Risers art) pleasant, easy, thorough little pills. They euro constipation and sick headache just as sure as you. take them. Douglas & Wells, . address upon application by The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. ' ,. '.;';; r-s- 'Uh: in it Tho Ricllinond, 3CyM CwiiAX, "vveeklv, is credited with the largest circulation aceorded.to any paper in Richmond bt in, ilflflibon county or in-ri. the Eighth Congressional District." II, The onlyrpaper inMadlsoafcauiitv' i .' which- supports alt theDemocratie aoininees'from president to' ConstaSUBSCHlfTrfN,: - A. SMITH BO,WMAN, s - - . - ble "H V.i " - MIS. A. T.'MJLUOM, Icil - Secretary- Aftit, KickMii, Iy. .V:W " - . rJj m .rtr4 t y - .- - 4u i i - r m . ie ?" J' -- ' t W " ym v Ri- - -i