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RICHMOND, WHAT JAY ELL ESS READS BETWEEN TtlE LINES OF DAVISON'S SPEECH, WHICH HAS BEEN SCATTERED BROADCAST OVER THE COUNTRY. VOLUME 25. MADISON COUNTY, been!" KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1898. NUMBER 22. Piiint DavKon'h epistle ;uldiessed to follower of Mark lamia, at Richmond, l.ntitnMer, Nicholasville, antl otlier towns scattered throughout the Eighth Congressional District: Made from pure Mv Dku Bketiiuen, (iiiEKTixo: I, a cream of tartar. servant of Maik Hanna, and an apostle of the Uepubliran party, holding fast to the doctrine of Protection and sound money, beeech you to hold fast to the AND PLEASURABLE, IS BOTH HEALTHFUL faith of Mark Hanna, whose boodle is and you can also say extreme- a sure foundation for those of ott who ly comfortable, when j'ou are are sore at heai; mul weak in the faith. Alum fcakinp; powders arc the greatest As an humble follower of niv roaster, menaces to health of the present day. driving in one of our easy Mark Manna, I have all power and auCO., YORK. and handsome Buggies and thority lo promise s;reat and wonderful t lins in his name. To those who rePha'tons. Our stock of fine cently petuous lover. ''In that cae I shou'd embraced are now carriages is unsurpassed for marching; to the the faith, and master's be doinfr the dear uirl a great wrong. tune of my beauty, style, durability and shekels, fall not by the wayside, and I love her too woll sir, to take her under such conditions." general superiority, and we above all keep from near the Woods And the stem parent embraced the lest ou, for are selling them at prices that that we lo,se are on my master knoweth impetuous lover and folded him to his you probation, which will surprise you, quality con- ineaueth suspicion. breast, and said unto him: "You are the man I have been lookIf ,Mark Hanna the great boss of our sidered. John Donelson. liar, ing for. You are an faith finds in oun good member, he and you have tact." SOLICITORS WANTED EVEHY will in due time promote ou to a betWHERE for "The btory or the Philippines" e ter position, than merelj' playing in our bv Murat Haltead, commissioned by the Government as Official Historian to the War De'Mister," said the 6inall boy to the partment. The boot was written in army backward. Thou knowe&t, fellow serchemist, "give me another bottler o' camp at San Francisco, on the Pacific with vant, that our master has moie gen(trneral Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, them pills you sold father day before in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at erals now than ht can properly manage, Manila, in the insurgent camps with yesterday." and you should be content as an hum on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, "Ate they doing him good?" asked an'l in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila ble private in the ranks, and not kick Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original picthe chemist, looking pleased. tures taLen bj goverment photographers on up a fus and try to fight jour way to the spot Large book. Low prices Rig profits. higher ranks than that which has been "1 d'no whether they're doin' father Freight paid. Credit given Dror all trashy any good or not, but they're doing me unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, assigned von r I Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldg ., good. They just fit my new oct26-4bid's Are j on ready to do m Chicago ding7 If so, come to our help in this, A man our lime of need and forsake us not. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Jay IZi.i. Ebs. monger's was paying his bill at a fishshop at Lexington wheu the Tnoti know est biethren, that I, as a Valley View, Ky. j writer happened to be nrehenU While senant of Marl: Hanna, can make, and ATr03,lT2T3 the shopkeeper had his back turned, An KiilcrpriMs brugsiNt. arc few men more wide awake the customer slipped a codliah into Iiis There O W. MILLER. ; and enterprising than Perry it Thomas. pocket but the garment was too bhort Attorvei a ho spate to hide the theft. Successors to V. G. While, "Now," said the customer, have Kentucky. Richmond, no pamsto secure the best cf ever thing ' door their hue for their many customers. 1?"" paid jou up promptly, haven't ilice in the Burnam Building, nextfeb3-l- to in Ft tier's National Bank. Thej now have the valuable agency for 'Oh, yes!" repled the bhopkeeper. Dr Kmg'o New Discovery for Consump"I have alvvayb said that honesty is tion. Coughs and Colds, 'lhis is the J. wonderful lemedy that is producing the best .olicy," said the man. Ab the man turned to go away, the such a furor all over the country by its I.AW, shopkeeper called linn back, and said: manv startling cures. It absolutely KENTUCKY KK'IIMOVD. Speaking of honesty, I have a bit cures Asthma, ISroncIiitib, Hoarseness OftVe over Tavlnr't Hardware store, op affections of the Throat, Chest of ad ice to cive j on. AVhen you come and all on Main Street p..Mte Court Hon-' and Lungs. Call at above diug store and he:e fgain, vou had better wear a long"get ;i tiial bottle free or a tegular 6ize er coat, or bteal a shorter lisli." II. H HOliG. for 59 cenU and SI 00. Guaranteed to iTTORNEY AT LAW. .SPANISH CRY. o cure or price refunded. Kentucky We'll fight until the end, we vow, Ririmovn. t lie 1 how-happ- y Agui-nald- m ma-ter- time feeling, and help us to feed at the crib of our master. Saint Mark Hanna. X would especially beseech the to!- -, ored brother, O, son of darkest Africa, to come to our help before it is everlastingly too late. The day is not far distant, O son of midn'ght darkness, when ou can hold office and, oh, my boss will be to see you standing-in high places toviug with the reins of the government to your delight. A few years more and ou will cease to be our political servants, for our Saint informs me that you are destined for better things, and-i- f you will only vote as we dictate, I, an apostle of Republicanism will continue in the faith doing my master's busines the best I know how. We have never made anv rash promises, to you, O, colored friend, but Ave do need thy help at this time, and there is not anything too good for you. Vote for me, and there shall be given you the bet in my master's house that can be had for the asking. We know that this man Gilbeit is a man in whom there is no guile, but I have got the experience and should be sent back, to please Paint Hanna, and those we have lately gathered into our told and are fetdini; them at the public crib, and should they prove faithful,! their days of probation will not be long If any of you desire an oflice postolilces theiearea few fourth-clas- s at my disposal, and I would have you to know that appointing fourth class postmasters is my great and only hobby. Don't forget our high low came of prices arranged by our patron-Sain- t Dingley. Slav Mark Hannas' love and influence continue mul abide with uu now and forever. Saint Davison. 1 "You poor little wifey! If ever I have to go away again, you thai go vvilh me. J5ut you'io more beautiful than ever, sweet one. What havejou all the time I been doing with your-el- f I &$$&e9$$$&$&aMeMft 1 vCWg v n.uom-m T tit 1 - - y) Baking Powder Saieguards the food was away?" against alum DAMNS POWDER NEW DOTAL "1'hinking.of jou, darling, and longing antl longing for jou to come home." 'If thai is the secret of beauty, I ought to have grow n a perfect Adonis me And you're sure you recogniz-oil, wit hum thinking at !iibt a minute?" "Of courbP, jou old dear. Do you Suppose 1 could ever forget you?" "Good gracious, it doesn't seem possible that I've leally been away onlj since the dav before yesterday, dose ;t, 8weclheiil? ' 'Not a bit more, husband mine, than that we'have actually been married a whole month a-- Why Suffer Agony ? When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to cure you. It is the discovery of an eminent physician. No Knife ! No S Interruption of Business ! to The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has cured thourands, and will cure you. SIR. T. c3. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief of the Chattanooua Fire Department, says : - After years of suiTerinjr, DON'S PILE OINTMENT was recommended to me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. I voluntarily give you this statement, hoping it ivill be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy lo the attention of others suffering with pi'es." Price SI.00, Prepaid to any Address. DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. DIDn't IlKLlEVn IX GAS. easy-goin- g air-gun- ." t-Law, '- jb j y j I -- e. 'Do jou want to lake gas?" nskn a Richmond dentist the oilier day 01. woman from th big, robiiet-lookin- jj sour w oods who had come into his ollit to have some teeth extracted. 'Well, that's what I hardly know, doctor, and 1 wanted to talk to yoc about it. I'm just an awful toward, and I'm afraid I'll screech awfully if 1 don't take anything; and then, again mny be it wouldn't he so bad, after all My husband's sister had fourteen teeth out at one silting, and never took a single thing, nor give a single scieech. But, then, bhe ain't a bit nervous, and I am. and I don't lliink that I could havp even one out without screaming " awfully, aud "Have you ever taken gat?" "No, I've not; and 1 said I never would. .Mv- - cousin's wife's mothei took gas, and she wiy.s that she felt everv thing t'xaitlv-- ihe banie as if she hadn't taken it, and it made her so dreadfully sick she had lo be taken home in a carriage, aud she neverdid get clear over it '.My husband's sister's aunt gets hei work done here, and bhe saj I could depend on the best work and the moat gentlemanly treatment, and that if I did take goa it would Le of tho best; stepmother took but my sister-in-law- 's s in a nice place where she paid 2 for it, audit made her carry on awfully, bhe laughed and hugged g-i- oct-l- y g aa The man who wants 9f$ UwiSi-Sff-s- &jk p m m P S la ison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED J? can get it anywhere It is as popular as sunshine and almost as universal. It satisfies that dry taste fo tne mouth- - better than anything else, and you can buy a larger piece of Battle Ax for 10c than of any other kind of high grade quality asB 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and g g 2 American Marble and Granite. FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Thoevvho arc contemplatiiifr bujinjj Marble, Ornnite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, uill find it lo their interest to call at the old tand in the rear of the M. K. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all elates of buyers JF"Mk. W. G. COUCHER. one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every pliaw. Parties living at a distance should write to as for designs, which will be furnished on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED- .- remember the name when you &uy again. BEREA. Mrs. Flora ncc Durbin, who a- -, been verj- - low with typhoid fever for two mouths is slowlj-- improving. George Clark, who was struck in the n head with a road pick by J W. a few days ago is in a danger oils condition. Kicliardbon hasn't been 1 Ilich-Atdso- I i mmmmmmmmmmBmrnmiemmmmmm CALL fcV !? J J THINGS NOT TO BE BELIEVED. BY Office No. 13 First St, up stairs. 31 30 "ORB DBS SEB." I i There's naught our wrath can smother. We've fought the Yankees bold, and now We're fighting one another. J 0 & D M CHKNAULT. Now postmasters, as Crowd out every warlike feeling unmake foiirth-cla- s ATTORNEYS AT LAY, With good homemade punkin pie. witness mj work since my master Kentucky. RicnMovn, groomed me to where I stand Reginald "Is v our program lull?" Of course, dear biethren, you know Olfice on Second street, over Chen- Mabel "No' I haven't been down lliam: Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. that there is not enough to go round, anil's grocery. place. to supper vet." "Dear Bill, Doan't kum to sse me but hold to your places in the line to George Settles and family, of South-benthe pie counter, and you will, ere long, PHYSICIANS. ' Those feasts of the ancients ennyinoar, for n wile enny way. Father Gobang Indiana, nie visiting relatives at Phone 3. Second St. has got oi fully bkeered about burgler, stand where you em gaze upon the this place. must have been great feeds. Teople and he sets up every nit till late with promised pie. that is rich, juicy and IilCIIXOND, KY. DR. H. R. GIBSON, still talk about.thein." LTiiion meting going on at Hanson wotching a double barrelled shot-gusweet. Hall every day at 10:30 a in. and 7p in. Ukerdek "Feasts of the ancients be the backyard. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Lot me caution you, dear brethren, He put more'n a pound Everj bodj- invited. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. Kentucky. befoie it is too late so saveth the great blovved. Think of Dewey's break- of led into Smith's big New founland S. F. Lucas who fell from a wagon !" boss if you should have an order for fast dog, which vvub kumming over the fens and broke his leg some weeks ago is " - ' a bono able to walk on crutches. Now in stock and on itfiie in the Joe t"( Jinx building. iS and so Sec-- pie do not present same until alter the "I 6ee that the Spaniards want the alter 'The roselast nite. . violct'sWu, street, omWnuc .eld druestore. is read, the " Republican conclave which will be bones of Columbus removed to Spain." Dai'j- Pieston !s building a restnrant 3 sale, I'bc ugh t before now if I wos yu ' I woodn't kum held some time after the Sth of Nov emon Comer Welch and College ave. 'Yes, I hope they won't become the large advance"Yours as ever, , Nascv.". CHAS. HOOKER, ber. Should you hold, or are thinking bones of contention." New York Albert Wells who was in the battle ment in prices 20,000 Or r.ny of those SURGEON, skippers on the water, nor is this picture produced of asking for an order for pie, withhold YVoild. I ETERINARY of has returned home oa a ten the judge In anEateru countj-cour- t WALL rolls of paper and here through vanity, but to call attention to this advertisement, and the fact that davs furlough. same, for at the present time it would College. S 4 Graduate OiUario Yelerinary quandary the other dayl A was in a will have plent- - of worrv him who looketh after the wel , "Did you accuse us of being lazy?" coat was in dispute. The parties weie 3 cent paper on sale fare of his dupes. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty ZRZMZ-KSIR,asked the Spanish soldier. Irish, and the evidence was direct and d Reup stairs. ov r store recently The pre:ent good times, under JB next season. you "I believe I said something of the positive for both claimants. After by Richmond Harness Co , East Mam y ku, apr.-lrule, is proof of my mas kind," answered the war correspond- much wrangling, -member I pledge kichmoml. Kj. Patrick Peters, one of The Old Reliable Main Street Jeweler, is still where he has no advance in prices been for over 31 years, in the good old town of behind his counters, readv to wait ters goodness. Dear brethren, vou can, ent. Richmond and still the parties, proposed that he and his opM. I) under Hanna's system of high-locustomers, and as many new ones as will favor him with their patron TT C. on goods now in stock and on his old 'Well, you formed jour opinion too ponent, Timothy Maguire should see game, buy $2 corn for SI, SI wheat for early in the fight. You didn't wait to whose name was on the coat. Timothy aim Medicine and Sursrery. those bought before the ad- age. ttisstocKis Deinj: ad(iel to constantly, place you will nnd you can get poods cheaper and better there than any other Anything he tells uu is fifty cents, and all other farm prodncts see us run.1' Kx. Ofhre Collins Huddinc. Main Street. vance. Waste none cf 3'our just as represented, and you can rely on it. searched in vain, and the coat was Uivelnm a call and encoarago e our t residence (the C'nrr place) on in proportion, during Tolepholie je2 6m." handed to Pat, who immediately took Hro.idwa. valuable time looking at small home trade. You ask what claim I can enforce Kentucky. prices We have made it'easier for the his knife, opened a corner of the collar - - - Within three-quarter- s of a. sample books of old time wall Ri iiMovn, laborer to live by bringing down prices In distant tropic scenes? ol the coat, and out dropped two sma 1 mile of Owensboro, Ky. papers. 250 boxes of Window I claim the earth and that, of course, of what the poordeluded farmer raises. peas. W. EVANS M. D., Includes the Philippines. Every inch of it is us rich as Glass bought before advance We, dear brethren, are bound to assist G. Uncle Sam. "There, d'ye seejhat now?'said he. cream. lies on the best in prices will be sold to the big manufacturers by the tariff, be "Yes; but what of vtuat?J,Vsa?d,Tiino-thpikerin the county: the land less prices than others can cause thev help us to keep our places "Is dis gemman Uevvey regMarly conPhysician and Sdegeon, is rolling to level; 90 acres bu them. Putty and'glazing in this wicked world- - Of course, we do Navy depahtniept?" "A dale it 'as to do will it! It is my Richmond, - - - - Kentucky. have brought the prices of eatables nected wif are in crass: excellent water points. Paints, Oilr, Varpoor logic to agree that asked one colored citizen, of lirsi street name, to be sure pea for Patrick, and down, and would bringdown prices on the otlier day. ' well, cistern and spring. nishes, Window shades. all meats arealike. Our meats pea for Peters, be jabers!" DR. T. J. TAYLOR, dry goods, but you know well ive Buildings: An elegant' two " 'Course he is," replied the other. He got the coat after that. are the best. "We kill first-claSurgery, How lo Look Ounii. know who contributes to our campaign "Deonly way foh him to get disconPractitioner in Medicine and i. and a half story new brick of cattle, is we have Kentucky fund. In the face of these facts we nected is to cut de cable." Gcod looks are really more than skin 10 rooms, the finest farm resA loving son, you'll often, find, Richmond M. ahvaj--s enjoyed a good share would ask both our white and ebony-hue- d x Can really be a brother, deep, depending entirely on a healthy idence in the count;; immense of Richmond's patronage. and residence on Second Street For often when be blows himself brother not to forsake us in this condition of all the vital organs. If the barns; 8 tenement houses, 209 W. Sin STREET. "A conflict at arms," said the person The draft is on his father. Those that have not favored ome with all thy old- h urofneel. liver is inactive, you have a bilious, one of which is a good frame with Utopian ideas, "is always unDENTAL ST7BGEHY. 4us with orders in the past look, if your stomiiLh is disordered, on necessary and deplorable." KN UOI1E DE SUIT. of 5 rooms and complete set will be convinced, bj- - giving ''Well," answered Miss Cayenne,' All strange tongues hold pitfalls, but have u dyspeptic look, i( jour kidnejs of buildings which really ALL WOMEN us a trial order that our Beef, are affected, you have n pinched look thoughtfully, "this one wasn't without Should Know that the "QT."0awvAu.&t. the English laiifruae seems to be per- Secure good health, aud you will surely makes it a separate farm. We "Old Time" Remedy, and other Mutton, beneflts. It enables a great many haps its better provided with traps for the have good looks. 'Electiia Uitters" will sell this place at an un Meats, are not excelled by any market. DENTIST, ladies to 6peak of 'before the war' with- unwary than almost any other! 14,000. is a good Alterative and Tonic. Acts usually low figure OP LoOIS"HXE, KY. out embarrassment." Girton girls bad laueb not directly on the stomach, liver artd kid Terms, one-haBuilding, " next door to Government to 4. cash, balance long ago It hmSnd Ky Office hours 3 to eulogy; of a French genI haven't been on a wheel," said the tleman at the admiration for the neys. purifies the blood, cures pimples, in one, two. three, four and oovlT ly whose 13 'Ttir'SkWSffcif'SPI blotchts and boils, and gives a good vegetables such as Beans, Potatoes, Peas, Cabbage, Onions, Lettuce. I got arrested occasional liar, "since Send for our list young undergraduates exceeded his complexion. Every bettle guaranteed. five years. &c, ic., can be found in our market at all tunes. Tnanking you for past patronage, I rooms for rent. for riding without a light." solicit a continuance of same. Four nice ability to express it in English. He Sold at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. of farm for sale. "You ought to have known better." bad met the ladies at one' or two Successors" to W. G. White. 50 cents joung WILLIAMS & LITTLE, Truth is, I wasn't doing any tiling morning festivities, an'd. was sufllcient-l- y Telephone I03. Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob-so5 per bottle. 21tiMSL, Ocnsboro, Ky. of the kind. The only troublti'wag that may25-l- y Mackey Building, Main St. impressed; but, when, at un evennext door to postoffice. I was rifling 60 fa'st that the light from ing reception, they burst upon him in the lamp did not have time to get ahead the bravery of full dress, he realized How is this? of the wheel." how his vocabulary" handicapped him. Qfl. FRED SMITH. Perhaps sleepless nights A Few Points at caused it, or grief, or sickcannot bay," lie confided to one of Is tho best for Female Troubles. Corrects all of 1ST. care. seems more preDEN. ness, or perhaps it was lrreirularitles In Female Organs. Should bo Successful competition in any field depends on physical health. SUPERIORITY- hosts, "how beautiful the youiig taken for Chante of Li!e and before CHI No matter what the cause. Grocery same office ever. The other day a gen- his valent than overOllinH' AV Margin, janli-lquestions about Pliatcrs "Old Ttae" Eraitdlis have stood tho JUjji ladies appear in their you cmnot wish to look old tatelj occupied by Dr W tost f or tw enty years. tleman was goiug home from woman's iuturc st thirty. London Family Herald. MaJa only by New Spencer Medicine Co., to light a cigar. are constantly when he stopped ... Gray hair is starved hair. . Teirwte. Should of that "French gen; rvi CAN, asked. Tn'e w ind was blowing very strongly at The hair tu'bs have been Ameritleman" behold an depnved of proper food or Shall women vote? Shall they practice law? the time, and, after several, attempts to can ballroom "girl, described by Sam druggists, successors to W. proper nerv i force. Shall they compete with men in every field? Perry & Thomas, r Q White. Over All Other Heaters. back to the wind AiJ feSC8k &Q get a light, he put his Jones as having her collar buttoned v hatcver woman s mission may finally be de DENTIST. wm m mi r succeeded in his quest. But, un around her waist, exhibiting Bights to and wwvw OTfl&33r'. 'J&z m ssz clared to be, it is certain that something WOflice over Madison National Bank, fortunately, he .forgot to turn round, jly6-l- y The Practically must be aone for her physical health. Richmond, Ky. Who can think the boys which they had not seen beIdea of some simple and went back to town. Ignorance, superstition and mystery sur- Wanted-- An INDESTRUCTIBLE AIR BUST FIRE BOWL, fore siuco thev were babies lie would lawgiopaienii . II eroic Protect your Idea: ther may bring jou wealth. round woman's delicate organism iu all probability melt aud fade avrayj Write JOHN WhDDEKBORN & CO, Patent AttorProduces the following, results: the, car and Tralk. She had to leave efforts to endnre pain is part of woman's neys. Washington, D. C for their 313)0 prize offer Dr. Louis JVi and list of mo hundred luTentloos wanted. shocking Or else do something creed. Jlany women's lives are a constant Perfect combustion of Soft Great Economy She was a lady of New York, Coal, consuming all the Fumes i' A poem by a man who has just restruggle, with lassitude; many are violently , And her cash was in her stocking. and Gases, eainlne; Just so turn from Kansas. It seems that he ill without apparent cause, and few indeed HON. C. T. CALDWELL, In other in this. much more heat that No SO West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, doseu't like the west. arc in normal health, stoves Is wasted. w..l be at Mr. J. B. WilLs Richmond, Ky., on "VSV'WS'VW Tramp: "I called ter see, lady, if 1 UOME FROM THE WEST. This is all wrong and might bo different WEDNESDAY. N0 EMBER 9tb, 189S, to could do sum work for ye " if women would follow Dr. Uartman's adI am back again in the beautiful East, P.irkerburg. W. Va., Recom The Cross Drafts from tho Bowl, causes tho heatthe f be radiated to the floor Instead of to vice. Perhaps the most practical printed Whercthere is plenty for man and beast, returning every second Wednesday ot each Kind Lady : " What can you do?" stoves. celling, like other direct draft mends Wrights Celery month. Reference every physician of Richthe j outh, talk towpmcnto beJound anywhere is iu tebtt-lTramp: ''I'm a sort of deutist,muiu. Back among dearscenes of myroof! mond, Ky. . , old family Beneath the Dr. Uartman's book called " Health and Capsules. Great Satisfaction in this. I want ter advertise; m I'll put a set Ab, my mind gucs back to the days of yore, Medicine Co., .Beauty," which thePc-ra-n- a SVaVwlWM'V' of teeth into a good pic for nothin'." With father standing In old barn door, Columbus, O; will mail free to women increases the circulation in Or R Feeding the chichens and turkeys and geese, of the fire, Perfect control W. Va., PABKEESDHKa, only. It is certain that Dr. llartman'q Great Comfort the scalp, gives more power we sheared the sheep's white fleece; so an even heat can be main'No father," a fair Madison girl was And liftw is the East with its beautiful scenes, has proved a perfect boon for to the nerves, supplies missJanuary 264 1995. tained, and good Are kept O, sweet UNPRrccorT in this. Heat. Ecckcmy, J heard to say the other day "my beau Bringing up all the old happy dreams. ing elements to the bair women's diseases of the nelvie orcans. It The Wkiqht Msn. Co., over night. DURAStUTr bulbs. Or Xo 5u Fourth Avenue, iouisville, Ky., will rich, but his heart is in Farewell, farewell to the boundless West, may not TB3s treats them scientifically and cures them Columbus, Ohio. Will Burn Any Kind of Fuel with Equal Satisfaction Used according to direcbe at the Hotel Glyndoc, Richmond, Ky., on permanently. All druggists selijuX Farewell f orev er, the East ls,the best t the right place:" tions, gray hair begins to I have Gentlemen:Capsules been using tilings prosper; "Humph!" relarled the crusty old Farewell to Kansas,n where all show color in a few days. "I received your book and commenced Wright's Celery since NovemWednesday, Nov. 23, 1898, From a tornado to .little grasshopper. the use of your medicine at once,' writes ber, 1894, and find them to be as recomSoon it has all the softness man, '"jou've had your ear against it, ; youth and tD. Amoss of Greensboro, Oa to Jlrs. II. and richness of X first beaan taking them Returning one day in each month. Eyes exmended. eh? The cirl of course was left with Dr. nartman.'" "L took five bottles of while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatThe following conversation 'between the color of early life returns. amined, and glasses scientifically adjusted. out a reply. hen I commenced ment for Sciatic Kheumatsjmr Liver and I feel like n new woman. Would you like our book and two of a loving couple of Madron r kich was . on the Hair? "We will gladly taking Constipation which I J could hardly walk across my room; now ITam doing my own, over heard by a visitor Wt Jong ago on work1 nnd can walk to church. I shall never ceaseto thank, yonfor prescrib- Stomach trouble sufferer.!! send it to you. new woman of Nottingham Awould-b- c I found the a the return of the husband from a short ing for me. Tliad been under the treatment of jtwo doctors.but never received had been lone gave me great relief JNIVERSITY. KENTUCKY Celery Capsules Made a pair of you know, dear and got In Write vour medreinc.Svl!wishvery woman Jrorn the beginning and have need them nv iwnfu. until 7 honmienced takinc 1 'em. vif it tpeaks for uselfr .. ". ' "JL v "7 E. M. CiI. Titaiil, Iriiagt, lj-mess .aiay uoat it rolio w:is sufferinWs 1 wad would bend for one So tight was the fit If you do not obtain all the ever since. With pleasure, and unso '''Home again at'last. darling?' L COMto relieve women.whoare safEering asJ'was 7 LITERARY, BIBLE. JJEDICAL, AND vow and spare yon many years Thit the nasty things split benefits you expected from licited, I recommend them to any and "John dearest.jou don't lookday I fVM ...il VI a A1 f Ld Til . doctor MERCIAL COLLEGES. The first time she wentjor a trot in 'em. the Vigor, write the able to k all suffering with like afflictions or either i & (Successor Colufeos,0. All of them, very truly yours, Tuition ftr Literary a:id Bible 4ern' parent, cnargo' by Dr. IIar,tman, president of the about ft. He may be value 'I finnnnse -'.l eaid; the .? 0,ooo year. More than twenty teachers. suggest something of "I must. Centuries can't rftlLoVor a rimnn Riiffrinw from anv disease piUlU jnncous .membrane, or- any of the ' you know that the man who lakes - CharlbsT. Caldwell. gymnasium. Thousands ol successful alumni. , m .1 . to you. Address, Dr. J. leaving traces." ..UV. Social and moral welfare of students receive uuv 1V. ..AAA ww,tYra ... jnftflniinr ilia ui tvuuivut1 .unV. write, to, l,S.i v,t'4t,n lntfnWl yt.,11 .WWWV. Ilia SoWbyT-Haan, Drewriet. Erice my daughter takes her as she. stands, man's head without special attention. Ops a to kt.h Ayer Co., Lowell, mass. xe"l FPr was; agiH.;auiLr ages , wasn't it'ifperscmBLawenteyu.VWriorsDeciaLquesuon'DiaHK.iorworaen. 'j?fcIt A, EOc eats and $1.00 per box. CaUatdro jlyK-i catalogues address the lresldent. without . &, - ' Btore aad get free mmvk. vW4gsny$ragjcaJrrore-rtrn- a - r l,You don't sav ee?" Teplied the im- - And, ob, John, bow lonesome' P All druggist ee Dr. Miles' P1b Pffia. up-to-da- that autumn is upon us, Soldiers, let the past go by; to-d- The following little missive, which was found hi a dusty corner of an old house not a hundred miles from Richmond not long ago, was no doubt good advice from Naucy to her sweet Wi- n, i 7- Sr-Off- accu-nie- JASPEli, cut-rat- y. ... the dentist and talk silly and squiimeii out of the chair and carried on aw full v, and I'd hate dreadfully to do anything of that tort. Then, again. I think: What if 1 shouldn't come to! I've read of beveral different peisons dj'ing in dentists' chairs. My heart ain't weak that I know of, and my doctor says I could take ether tr chloroform if I wanted to, but that's something I simply would not take I've a perfect horror of anything of that kitid and I'd be sure I'd never come out of it. Jly Husband s wife's sister's husband took ether and never came out of it, and I've heard mj' mother tell about a man who took ehlorofonn to have some teeth out, and he never 'come out of it; and as for cocaine, I'm afraid of it, because my hi other's son by his lirst " "Do j'ou want to take gas?" 'That's what I want to talk to vou about. If I could be snro it wouldn't leave any after effects, or make me do An old auythingsill,orslekenme,or friend of mine named Lucy Jane Tandy her name is Hooper now she married a man of that name the winter I married in y husband, and she lives in Africa now, and has five lovelj' children. She sent me all of their photographs onlj last week. If I'd thought, I might have brought them with me. Anj'how, her husband took something to have his teeth out, and l.ucj Jane thinks h salivated him, and he did think of suing the dentist and no gas Well, inj' teeth don't ho took, and pain me very much, and I'm in no hur ry about having them out, so I'll come about it; but, in again aud talk to to tell the honest truth, doctor. I don't l believe very much in gas." 'No; I should thiuk you didn't!" mutteied the dentist sarcastically as she disappeared. hall-brothe- r's yp tST JPlTVYIBS D. H757VUL-TO- N, Proprietor. ISaI SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. caught. Your correspondent is on the sick this week with rheumatibni. MNs Lillie M. Phocklpv, of this place, Hoekcabtle relations in visited county last week. Mibs Lizzie Kendred, of Wallaceton, is visiting friends aud relatives at this Coolest and most refreshing1 "of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by and aeeomnio- datinjr clerks. te THIS IS sea-goi- d, - mai-ria- ge NOT ID. IP. - SIT ftex)e, Sampson, Scv,Loisoxv GRID FIRM- - OF 160 ACRES, It Sf at u Richmond Market It's wh' -- ss V re-Off-ice i, v "osotv 12-- 1 iifiivi Pork lf Fresh Fish Kec:ieveci Daily, Rad-dish- Home-grow- n n, aug21-C.- il AO...)oas, Absent-mindedne- ss li Woman's ission. y night-drebbes- .'' Kich-mon- d, I j. c. thc-eye- s te ir1Flri wmm&r; 2 riome tJ Radiant Zr jftrffi 'ast j&3 decS-ly- i &&mm I Mm, rr y. vigor -- JM jiilllii BK Goldstein, b-- KmmwPiJKSsr Man-a-liPe,-ru-- Bfe i II HHM i V M 1'e-ru-- -- FOR SALE BY Pe-ru-- ocW-l- y usl D. B. Shackelford & C to Shackelford Gentri.) 't " Co0""; .- c Surgafiolj S -- Richmond, ti Kentucky W JteJS&!& i " - , lt j . ,f 3 -- ' a& " - -- v ". Ves f r - life .:' ..skiM iJftij-.MMiLu- - ;u r4 'SaSISmfi fBjpap, The Richmond Climax. J. A. It. MILLED. $$nm--' &rni Means danger. It Indicates impoverished 1F9S. liDXESDAY. NOV. 2, And impure blood This condition may PDm.IHKElrrKY WRDNKSIIAY BT Lead to serious illness. 17113 Climax Printing Co. It is interesting to note the appreIt should be promptly hension of the Panty that the RepubOvercome by taking licans are not coming out at the elecrMJICE PKIl YEAR, $1.50. tion this year to ratify the McKinley Hood's Sarsaparilla "prosperity." Which purifies and DEMOCRATIC TICKET- Am: the voters called upon to indorse Enriches the blood, the policy of the Administration as to FOn CONGRESS, expansion before they know what that Strengthens the nerves, HON. GEO. G. GILBERT,' policy is to be? Enquirer. Proprietors and Editors. Associate Editor. a CHEXAULT, t a U. WOODS, Tnz Democrats of Madison county should organize to a man and go to the polls next Tuesday and smite the cohorts of Republicanism hip and thigh Your friends may smile But that tired feeling In the language, of a member of the lato Kentucky Legislature, "The Re publicans of tins district might as well writ a letter as to a sent Davison to Congress." A failure to vote for the turnpike bond proposition is equivalent to voting against it. The bonds cannot bo issued unless two thirds of the legal voters voting at the election to be held next Tuesday, November S, vote in favor thereof So long as the pikes remain unpaid for it is reasonable to suppose the different companies will maintain their organizations, the vexatious questions of guards, leases, replacing of gates, nnd payment of both toll and taxes, will arise for an indefinite time. From our point of view, and as it wherever pikes were freed on the same conditions, the people said they wanted free pikes, tho courts contracted for tliem at reasonable prices in good faith nnd honesty demands that the companies be paid for their property. It is the interest of every class rf people to vote for the bonds andthere-b- y carry into full effect the plan of free turnpikes and the wishes of the peopleBy voting for the bonds the burden would be distributed through a number of years, in such manner that the county may annually pay oif a certain portion of the debt until paid in full, together with a fair prospect nnd reasonable assurance of a possible present reduction of county tax. At the bottom of each ballot will be found the following proposition: Are you in favor of issuing YES bonds tor the purchase and maintenance of the turnpike roads of this county, free of toll to the traveling public The stentil placed as above indicated votes for the bonds. ap-p3a- rs OF SHELBY COUNTY. Davidson says yes, and Tinton says Tones the'stomach, "me too" Creates an appetite. Coxokesswan Davison is barnstorming in this vicinity this week and will FOR CONGRESS. make his last appearance in Madison to announce W. II. ZIEG-Lt.We are of Union Mills, Jessamine county, a about Friday. Take a good look at candidate on the Prohibition ticket (or Congress from the Eighth Congressional District him. You will never see him in poliof Kentucky. oct5-td- ANNOUNCEMENT And builds up, Energizes and vitalizes The whole system. Be sure to get Only Hood's. Woods seems to have verv much the better of Tipton in the controversy over their politics. Tip can never a make anybody bolieve that so man as Woods was ever any thing but a Democrat, 6n he had as well give up the job. Stanford Journal, Oct. 21. The word omitted is "good." AVe were just to modest to print it. his country have been worth as much as his salary amounted to. it must have been because of the appointments to Federal offices, made upon his recommendations. His views on tho money question correspond with ours, but in everything else we are as widely apart as the poles. We are Democrats, She kind we always were. Mr. Gilbert, too, is a Democrat, with Chicago platform variation,and when he and those who believe as ho does learn what we already know, that free silver is dead, we will be together on nil things politically. Mr. Davison is a Republican and has no argument to advance which would, under any circumstance, interest us. except that he is opposed to free silver, the issue which is dead. For this reason there is hut little, if anything in common between us. If the people of this district want Mr. Gilbert to represent them in Congress they must vote for him and to do this they must go to the polls. If they remain at home and thereby lose the only chance they have had to elect a Shelby county man in many years, because of their apathy and indifference, they will have no one to blame but Chenault. The bride will appear upon the arm of her brother, Mr. J. S. Crutcher. Elder Sam Crutcher, of Arkansas, uncle of the bride, will conduct the service. Vocal and instrumental music will be a feature, in charge of Mrs. Harvev Chenault, the organist, assisted by Miss Pattie and Messrs. Bright and Thomas. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Evans will leave for Washington City, on their bridal tour. Fora while, at least, they will make Richmond their home, much to the gratification of the friends of this popular couple. &' Are you marrie I m"aan 9 23S2. MARRIED Alverson. Cbas Alversor., aged 65 years, died at the residence of W. P. Harris, at Ambrose Thursday, of paralysis of the brain nnd the remains were interred in the Nicholasville cemetery Friday. Deceased was a son of Jesse Alverson, of Madison county, and brother of Mrs. Dr. Evans, of Lancaster. Bukoin-Sower- X : V IZ . ' to any particular house, if so get a divorce and buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY. Come to m store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps. Dress Goods, Underwear, Wool Hosier', Blankets, Comforts and Notions of all kinds. S ssa- - s. - themselves. c tics agaiu. is now Dr. Win. McKinley. Some FOE AUDITOR. Wt are authorized to announce JOHN I). Chicago College, wishing to advertise CHKNAULT, of Madison county, a candidate tor the ethfc of Slate Auditor, subject to the itself, lias made him an LL. D. Stanactios of the Democratic Mate Convention. ford Journal. It "I have been a Republican since I860 but my party stinks in the nostrils of decent men. If the people are willing to uphold such corruption as many of the leaders practice and condone their dishonesty, God help the country. John Wanamakek." A Republican Negro's Advice. friends tell me I have bv degrees. nothing to gain by continuitiK to notice the scurrilous attacks of Judge Tipton. And you really think Woods has A prominent Republican friend of acted badly in this discussion? Pity mine urged me to pny no attention to him." But 1 refuted to lay down my his record was 6o straight, wasn't it, pen until I have complete) established that the files of the Register had to be liiv innocence of everv charge against closed willi a slam without finding a ne which my disesteeinod contempoTnE negro Republicans can't be fooled against Democracy. rary has concocted. This newspaper line written always by their lying white brother, discussion was not of my provoking, bo Mu Davison never starved any 6ol-b- even though he comes at election time of it l,ro iinriftrKlftnil- - In till he represents the party and tel!s what a shamo it is the black editor I reiwrted and criticized "the I diers deicafrosic harancue of Messrs David-- 1 that is responsible lor an me nor- - race can't ride in the white "kar ctn and Taylor, who spoke here on last rors 0f the Cuban campaign and camp boxes." Truth is, no sensible negro conn day, and 1 was accused in the ,jf , lhe South. The people cannot will intrude where he is not wanted, next issue oi the Paiitagraph with be and it is certain he is not wanted after iiig a Itepublican in IS)! To be a Re- - atrrd to endorse Aigerism by is not the greatest political iug Mr. Davidson. the election by his slave owners, the -- crime on earth, but to live a lie, to Republicans. Pan-cUit- n profess one thing and do another to! Ik the editor of the Richmond to Ims an unalloyed Republican lagraph endorses Rronston's speech on TiiKKK'sa deal of difference between or Democrat and yet Ikj not such, it, as the lioebel bill it will be the first in offensive to my iia'tuie as the sacrifice stance on record in which Editor Tip-- Old Hickory Jackson at New Orleans, tmth itself." I cannot endure to be ton sings in chorus with the Lexington and fctonewall Jackson at Chancellors-villebut as usual, Climax Rube doesn't or surfer m v iwlitical conduct statesman. N icholasvilln Democrat. know which is which or whether t'other to besoiletl itli tlie ouiou attributes Politics make strange bedfellows is the other, and to say the war of '12 of iouule dealing and hviioerisy. with! when which J wise Tipton stiHMk confessedly Tii'TOX's declaration that ue are e- about he should say the war of '01 is as close to the target as he ever Ami in.ii.-e- , I denounced lhe,- - , unntity. Ullejcaini)led prosperity is gets. Tipton. charge as ealumnv. uhicli is the worst J from the worst of explainable upon any other idea than Stonewall Jackson made those Yan.f jmioite, motives. For to ii.iure the reputation that lie is measuring the prosperity of kees "shoot as he directed," and Judge oi another by the sacrilire ot trutli, is all citi.eas by the relation which his an accumulation of guilt which is present salary occupies to his former Chenault had you shooting some that -y, too. So what's the diff? You hardly exceeded by any one in the catalogue ul vices. Hence, my income. u Itole were paid, and they were not. reletitle-- B warfare on my calumniator. Ilrr why do we waste time and space I denied emphatically ani disproved C. E. W. continues his onslaught on ivncJuMVoly Ins silly, senseless slau-te- and why do we nauseate our patrons And yet he heaps opprobrium with noiice-o- f tho slimv reptile? Tip- the Philistines iu the Richmond for my pains. All his epithets ton. Climax and carries the war into Africa, niton inily an unseemly affectation of power Iet me tell you why. Recause so to speak, by going for Tipton, of the and superiority which he does not 'autumn leaf" is like Aunt Jemima's Pantagraph, whom he charges sold his pssOss. Having proven myself guilt-n-s- rt plaster, the more you try to bull-doz- e politics for a meazley office, and brandof charge after cliarge, I am now confronted with a column of filth him the more he sticks the faster. ing his statement that C. E. W. was i nrougli which his readers must wade When Tip tossed at me such flowers j ever anything but a Democrat, as false. t find that 1 am accused of telling the biggest lie of all the lies I've told! As of language as ".scoundrel' and "liar," Desist oh, insatiate. C. E. W., desist or I cmtend more for truth than victory witli other unpiiutable trimmings, he you may have to suffer for cruelty to I submit that I have not dealt a blow I would be suddenly over- animals. Stanford Journal, Oct.-- 7. elow the waist, have not misquoted, supposed It don't kick. Rucks and rears some, And if 1 taken by a spasm of of mttles, a sort of garbled, or misrepresented mind of the stage fright, that would make "Rube" snorts and paws up old files of Regis luve in the public l hut my itosition has been un- - forget where he it "at." Rut I am like ter, and worries "prominent sound II . tin A a ullf jlt sat ?J a. I t at money men" to death to get up Covingl mtfertlr ernTtent. I shall hone , Ranquo s ghost. ton varus on Woods. Rut it ain't mad. t da-iercn from my iuil imeil opponent As to whether I am deserving of the O no, hardly tin" rwHfcssiou that I have not only misrep- notice of gentleman, 1 hold myself im "wilfully and maliciously resented" him, lmt that his own open to argument and Subtraction on Since we reminded the Climax of his uritins. ami his con- the part of those only who have had Dick Tate and other matters, it has versation with Judge Chenault, as opportunity of better insinuation than ceased to howl about "unparalleled narrated to mr, have been quoted with mismanagement" in the trsasury and 1 cannot susmj complimentary opponent, he who asylums. Tipton. Hccnr:ic. If tain all mv claims with incoutcstible thought me always a gentleman up unAuditor Stone shows that his genpnHtfs, I will agree to vite the i'epub-lics- n til 7:30 o'clock last Wednesday morneral expense account from July 1, '06. ticket front this day forth, and I ing, when 1 painted him scars and all. to June :50, "1)7, was ?2.:59G,43G.C.2, or can think of no greater Intimate Trying to. make McKinley popular The court house could not hold the that desired to hear the Democratic nominee for Congress, Hon. G. G. Gilbert, of Shelby, last Saturday night. The crowd was in the best of humor, and a more euthsiastic assemblage of Democrats has not been seen here in a year, auguring well for the success of the party next Tuesday . Mr. Gilbert is a graceful, forceful orator. He was a poor farmer boy who came up from the plow and by dint of pereeverance and intelligence forged his way to the front rank of the legal profession in central Kentucky. He has been several times State Senator and was barely defeated for the nomination for Attorney General by Jack Heudrick. Mr. Gilbert is a strong man intellectually, morally, and physically, a man who impresses all by his personal bearing and earnest, eloquent speeches that he would be an ornament to any State in the halls of Congress. His speech left no issue untouched, and it may be summarized by saying ho is opposeil to every principle on which Mr. Davison is making his race. The greatest difference is that Gilbert has the brain to conceive and the nerve to advocate his own sincere convictions whilst Davison aud we challenge contradiction is but the faint echo of his archdeacon, Marcus Aure-lin- s Hanna. The gold Democrats of this district should read the Shelby Sentinel and see the sentiments it expresses, published in another column. It fought the Chicago platform, but admits that the evils to which we have fallen heir are thrice grenter than to be entrusted to the guidance of e our party friends. Mr. Gilbert should receive every Democratic vote in Madison, if for no other reason, to prove that we are a generous and grateful people, recognizing the right of the lower end of the district to send to Congress one of her distinguished sons, a patriot, a statesman and above all at this time, a Democrat. crowd well-roundold-tim- ut i The Negro must keep his vote alive. This means seyeral things. It means that without venality or servility he must hold his vote up for the honorable competitive bid of political parties. A vote which one partv can count on, as a matter of course, aud the opposite party cannot hope to win at any price, need expect nothing from either. TheNogrohas become tired of being fed on gratitude pudding and wind sauce, and by the way, when the assertion is made that the slaves should be grateful to the Republican party, let it be remembered that all the Negroes were not freed by that party. There were a million of free Negroes in this country when the rebellion broke out who owe nothing to any party, creed or anything else. Lexington Standard. A ers, of Million, Lucy English, left home lust Tuesday ostensibly fot a visit to friends at Logana- - On reaching Valley View, the former was joined by James A. Burgin, oHTort Springs. They drove to the residence ot Mr Taylor, near Islington, and were quietly married. The bride is a sister of James L. Sowers, the well known Valley View correspondent. Nicholasville Democrat. Mason-Azbi- lu Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. J. R. Azbill, nenr Kingston, Miss Bettie (Sister. Mrs. Az-bill Miss Mollie Sowaccompanied by her DON'T FORGET stook of goods is to numerous too mention so" will quote only a few prices .that are now making1 them eto : , for 38c. to $5.00. Blankets, Comforts, Large Size, 50c. and up. Ladies' Wool Skirts, 50e. Ladies' Vests, 15c. aud up. Ladies' Hose, 19c. Spool Cotton, lc. and up. 10-4All-wool M- - That our line of Men's Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best in the city. I also carry a good line of Clothing and- Overalls. Mi- 7 . 1 viz s I - ?! '." J. .a .'... o Station, weie married byRev.Edwards, of tho Waco Baptist church. A handsome supper followed the ceremony at 7l which many relatives and friends were present. The bride is a beauty, just i 1G years old, daughter, of the late Dr. O. T. Azbill. The groom is one of the best known young farmers, of Whiles Sta- Kits tion. May their wedded lives be al yW ways as happy as their wedding day. and Mr, Samuel Mason, of Whites 100-Yar- d Ml' 12 17"-V-0 'as' . aj Handkerchiefs, lc. and up. Perfume Soap, 5e. a box and up. Brown Cotton, 'Sic. per yard. Clothing, $2.00 a suit and up. Overcoats, $2.50 and up. Yards Lace, Spool Silk, 5c. 5c. age zge- ui III M s?ge: Covington-Mauii- n. Great Meeting. One, oj j mis-take- n, ' :g r. ie al !! 1 11 H, on inn-run- g seli-inilicl- punishment than that. C. E. W. Not mail. Tip? Vote- - early. Democrats, if you can. hut Vote! Tir twits me asthe"sassiety editor," as Umtigli that ware a crime. My sassiety,'" like my politics, is clean. that's what disturbs him. No voter in the county should forget to vote for the turnpike bond itfcue. The debts for the pikes have been created and the county is paying G per cent, interest on the purchase price for them. Four per cent, interest bonds can be toldj thus saving the tax payers from S1.200 tol,r00 per annum iu interest on the debt by voting the bond issue. 'Winchester bun. Heee Is our prediction bssjd upon Stii.i they come! The Richmond reports received by tlie Clim x from Register, a rank gold bug paper, has Democratic headquarters: Gilbert tumbled oif the perch and comes out Mill carrj the District l.y 14!K)i.iajority this week for free silver and the State The Richmond Climax is In on the and Chicago platform. Editor Miller trail of the Ricliinoud Pantograph and doubtless had the acumen to foresee both are indulging in hot personalities, the litter futility of his losing light and and Woods ot tlie free silver Climax he retires to look after "bankrupts" takes oil what little cuticle there is re- made so under the single gold standmaining on the hide of the editor of the ard. Nicholasville Democrat. lUntagraph after he went up against Gov. McCkkaky pulled off his tiieCynthiaua Democrat. Xicholasville coat and has been at work for Mr. Gil Democrat. bert, so that whatever the result of the contest iu the Eighth District, it cannot be truthfully said thatMcCreary played the Achilles, sulking in his tent. I! Mr. McCreary has spoken iu most all the counties of the district, and has ac cepted invitations to speat at Lebanon Ky. and also iu the Tenth District for Congressman Kitzpatrick. L C.F,Brower&Co Li:xin(.t:, THE ATTRACTIONS AT PRICES." BROW-ER'-S ARE THE LOW Wiiki. free silver became a question at the polls we voted against it, Tipton. Yes, but Satan shoveled on more of Cooney Keif's Pine Knot coal when he saw you register one way and vote t'other. Tip, just let me hold the mirror up to nature would you do the same way again if there was no permanent revenue job in sight? Answer by t elephone, 53. It s Always Buy Upon reflection, we have meager testimony for the assertion that the Climax's Rube was a Republican at the time of the Longinoore-Adaui- s convention. We have only his word for it. Tipton. Reduced to an absurdity at last. The Because for more than twelve above statement is so palpably false months this store has made it that we suggest that Judge Tipton be tried a writ of "lunatico inquirena rule to make the lowest pri- dum."on Don't let everybody rush up at Tipton. ces in the cit-- . To guarantee once to get on the jury. hy, old lady, you surely did not every piece of goods that These are the best times in histoiy. read the last Climax. We prominently leaves the store, and to show Davidson and Tip. mentioned your great gain of a So hat the largest, most completeand So man can he deluded by mere and 13 srfbbcribeis. Incidentally, by of comparison, we told of the cheapest line of goods in the deulerations of prcsperty when he way of $325 in advertising as an offset. searches his own case now. We can loss South. excuse Tin and the Grey Gelding for But you didn't read the Climax, so you e picture of you announcing prosperity because they didji't gee the FLOOR COVERINGS. we priuted on our editorial page last are drawing the best salaries they ever 0Cc Smith's Axminster's, standard we were about to say earned iu their week. Wo understand since the RegTapestry Carpets 55c lives! Vole for Gilbert and have a ister has come out for the party, that Ingrain Carpets, all wool...... 50c representative in Congress. Tip can leu anu clothed you lor halt a century that you have ordered the paper slopstill hold down a barrel at $4 a day". FURNITURE SPECIALS. ped. That right. You need no en Why do we nauseate our patrons? lightenment on how to Reghlcr. China Cabinets, solid oak.., 4I5.O0 25 Chiffoniers, all woods....75cS25.00 Tipton. The way to" stop nauseating your Woods quotes us as saying, "hereto readers, '.vlncli we think is a pretty fore I have been registering as'a Dem frank confession for you to make, is to ocrat and voting Republican." We never made publicly withdraw the cruelly false, we said was any such statement. I What this: "Last year regisgToundlef and senseless charge which tered as a Democrat, under the mocaused this whole discussion: "That mentary impression that I had noright to announce a part a affiliation which I Wood wis a Republican at the e had convention." Have the man- Nownot made, and voted Republican. I have registered Republican and hood to do it, Tip. Yuu were dead will, ot course, vote Republican." in that. If you believed Why you forgetful old lady! Did Ibis Week Only, wrong a gentleman, accept my me al- you really make ways statesuch a long addicss as 3 Pie c 3 Parlor ment I am a Democrat, and have that? Strange that the election voted for mir nominees without a single should have''garb!ed"your words Suit S15. exception since I was 21. You and I so terrifically. It would require a Philwere secretaries of that Longmoore-Adain- s adelphia lawyer to translate that docuConvention, nnd both of us ment above. "Under the momentary were. elected delegates to Louisville. imprepsion" think of it. citizens. A The files of the Register for May 30 or college graduate, a historian, a war. 31,1890, give our names and attest the correspondent, editor of a paper for M trutli of all I've said. And now you twenty years, aud finally, a U. 45. Gansay that I told you I was a Republican. ger, t "registered as a Democrat MAISAND BR0ADyAY, Hush Tip, that's more than Satan under n.moaveutary impression.1 Turn of. Joe Miilliattan, to' win, tho up the" gas. But don't print that mysKy. title of the ".Biggest LiarOn Earth.'' ". terious paragraph again. lie Is al hmh more than the Democrats spent the preceding 12 mouths. An amount. I take it, that the people of Kentucky wl think quite suHicient to have the books of the Republicans DAVISON'S SPEECH. examined. The asylums, deaf and dumb and bliud schools, iu fact nearly (Stanford Journal.) everything, cost Republicans from Jo to 20 per cent, more to run them than Davison's speech at Richmond, it did the Democrats. Swallow that. which the Pantagraph has just gotten hold of, is pretty good reading, considMil Davidson said this was the most ering, but the writer of it deserves prosperous time in history. equally as much credit as the fellow Thefactsare that in the west the people who talked it off. arc again confronted with the prospects There is a report current that Govof m heat; in the south the proernor Bradley wrote Davison's speech, ducers have cotton; and in the butrwedo not believe it. The Governorth and "east, the toiling millions are nor can shut his eyes and do better compelled to accept wages that are than that. lower than those paid to the pauper A FIVE ACT TRAGEDY. laborer of Europe. This fact is admitTIPTON. ted by the Republican newspapers so far ab tho cotton mill operatives are 1. "No compromise with dishonor." concerned, aud the fact that iu all Tipton, in 1S90. lines of pioductive industry our man2. "I voted one way, I regeistered ufacturers are able to compete with another." Tipton in 1897. Europe in her own markets shows 3. "It's all garbled. Woods is a that wages here are lower than those scoundrel." Tipton in 189S. paid to the European paupers. 4. "Little Brown Jug, You and Me, Little Brown Jug, I've Still Got Thee." A man who would stoop to such unTipton in 1899. righteous and damnable methods as 5. Come right along and see the 'oods has demonstrated himself capable of doing is not agentlemau, and is 8th Wonder of the World. Greatest not entitled to the notice of a gentle- attraction at Paris Exposition. A real man. Tipton. live man who registered one way and "It's the hit dog that hollers," so they voted another, and stood up and con say. I have bourne your filthy epithets fessed it Only specimen on earth. that I might nail you to the cross of Admission one dollar. A high price, your own erection. Indeed, I would be but a raro treat." Tipton in Paris in unworthy the notice of gentleman had 1900. I not disproven all your concocted and HOW SOME GOLD MEN WILL VOTE. groundless charges. And I hopo I shall suffer if 1 have wronged you in Stanford Journal. any paiticular, wilfully and malicious"How are the gold democrats going ly." When you confess to such to vote in this election?" was asked of in your attacks upon Col. Thos. P. Hill yesterday. "I am me, I shall not hesitate to draw ofl'the and every one with whom I have condogs of war and smoke the pipe of versed la going to vote the democratic ticket. We are not Republicans in peace. Until then, Lay on McDuff.' any sense and only differ from Mr. Gil bert who is sound every other way. on In his maliciousness or stupidity, or the money question, which cuts no figuotn, ne reters to the losses of the Reg- ure in this contest. Gilbert is a good ister in subscribers, but hasn't hon- man, a capable man and a man of high esty enough to mention the gains attainments, and will make an excelwhich exceeded the losses in every way lent congressman." and lost the scoundrel a hat with it. Danville Advocate, $GS2,lol.72 50-cent were baptized It was an old time meeting with a God sent preacher. The spirit of God wis in tho meeting. Doth young and old praising the Lord for salvation We were sorry to see Rro. Hornsby leave so soon but other engagements called him away. Praise the Lord for such a meeting and may it awaken in our hearts a Bukoin Mr. Esom Burgin, a well greater desire for the salvation of pre- known and highly respected citizen, cious souls. passed away rather suddently on Saturday last at his home in this city. He Infirmary Officers. has not been well for several years-Th- e The following are the new officers funeral on Sunday was largely attelected : ended. Deceased leaves a wife and Mrs. M. A. Lynn, President; Mrs. T. son. Dr. Welby W. Burgin, to whom Mrs. the community's sympathy goes out. J. Smith. Sr., 1st R. C. Stockton, 2nd Mrs. B. W. Turner, 3rd Beware of Ointments fur Catarrh Thai Mrs. Cornie Clay, Treasurer; Miss Mary Contain Mercury, Mrs. Nannie Schmidt, Cor Secretary; P. Embry, Rec. Secretary. Board of as mercury will surely destroy the Directors: Mrs. lason Walker, Presi- sense of smell and completely derange dent; Mrs. Curtis Burnam, the wholo system when entering it Mrs Thos. Thorpe, Treasurer; through the mucous surfaces. Such Mrs. H. J. Streng. Secretary; Mrs. A articles should never be used except on Wilkes Smith, Mrs. R. 0. Stockton, prescriptions from reputable physiMiss Sudie Russell, Mrs. James Bennett, cians, as the damage they will do is Mrs T. J. Smith, Mrs. Belle McDowell, ten fold to the good you can possibly Mrs Ann Walters, directors. derive from them. Hall's Catarrh As a friend of this noble institution Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & founded for humanity, we cannot un- Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, derstand why it does not receive the and is taken internally, acting directly united support of all our people. It is upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the only organized charity we have. It the system In buying Hall's Catarrh is conducted by ladies of confessed Cure be sure you get the genuine. It christian charactors, and their names is taken internallv. aud made in Toledo, are guarantee of the high calling to Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testiwhich they freely give their time and monials free. means. Let us stand by the InstituSold by druggists, price 75c. per bottion. It is an honor to Richmond. tle. Hall's Family Pills are the best, lm and letting the Lord use him. The beloved pastor, J. Carmac was with him and assisted. There were sixty-fiv- e additions, ten campbellites converted, by the grace of God and twelve days ever held in eastern Ky., was at Drowning Creek Baptist church, bv Elder J. T. Hornsby, a man that lias given himself into Gods hands of the greatest meetings of Covington, son of Mr. Robert C. and Miss Addie MaupiD, daughter of Mr. Lee Maupin, were married on Wednesday last at the Baptist church by Rev. S. A. Owens, in a very beautiful and impressive ceremony. The attendants were Mr. Richard Lackey and Miss Rebecca Rice, who were preceded by lhe ushers, Messrs. Zeita Douglas and John Arnold The briile and groom followed to the altar. 1 the' evening, at the handsome home of the groom's parents a large reception was given Mr. Covington and his bride. The former is a and highly respected young farmer. His bride is well known iu this city as i.ot only a handsome, young lady, but possessing a lovely disposition and those trai ts which, in the care of a loving and appreciative husband, will ensure them unending domestic happiness. n, Mr. J. Walker Always watch for my advertisement, I can save yon money. yy rl 11 well-to-d- o ajfr N-- Cor. Main aud 1st Sts. Richmond, Kv. V . .. Ng v ' DEATHS 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 tho system. Dear Sirs: The goitre has entirely! disappeared from Mrs. Wilson's neck, and she is the proudest and most grate-- ! ful 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 ' slie could never be cured. The Elec- tropoise contradicted the opinion of learned doctors, has removed the swelling, and she is entirely well. I have under my observation another case, of goitro that is being rapidly cured. It is my only doctor, and I use it in my family for all ailments. Mrs Sam Walkek, Wife of United States Commissioner, Wytheville, Va., Julv 9. 189G. 1 I.KPmofPOWER. One make Piano may have i QUALlXji, - ,. -- -- , RESHiffiE9 c : v- i -- or tnese properties, -- one, another two, another three ZSS?' rVJ-r'53 re the properties of - 3aw MJt W 'fwe-- vn BiSH iMtytfi Vice-presiden- Vice-presiden- t; Vice-presidn- t; ) j t; piano Has them ail ia yoar writs us. 7? fcarmonio-j- s r H 1 L ismSSz. &&C .V . - -- Agtns in Lstiblisiud G- aug3-6r- a - xi. W tnt ync rssn v. Ft Wsyse9 Ind 2i ites. If none rs. ..Vi.'i II w Xv 3SJ :::(( .V flk v:;;;:!;;;;;;:;?:!;;;;::::;:;;:;;::::::;;: ON WITH YOUR O ADS.--N0-. W IS THE TIME. . . Dubois &webb, 513 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. m. PERSONAL,. J. D. sept7-G- deeGe399ssexG999C9eQeoaeo9scoesceeQeoee a)ftAaa)eaaiAAaaiAjtaiAA..kAmAAAm,,AA,..,..-..- 0 ;"rrT-- - - ...... "? Ma a Miss Julia Higgins is at Danville. Mrs. I. Shelby Irvine is at Lebanon. m m - Hon. Goodloe visited friends at Danville last week. Miss Minva Park Phelps is at "Castle a.. a.. Cobb," in Lincoln county. a.. flOaa.. Mr. Richard Campbell is in Franka.. a.. fort this week on business. a.. H Miss Laura Clay, of Lexington, is a.. Mrs. O0ttttttttttttotottttiooettta7A Everybody FCnovs-. lliMj tM visiting Jas. Bennett. fvSP Miss Hnllie Campbell, of Paint Lick, is visiting relatives iu Lexington. Mr. Thomas Lackey, of Paint Lick, went to Colorado last Wednesday. Rev, D Clay Lilly, of Tuscaloosa, was the guest of Hon. G. E. Lilly on Monday. Mr. Robert Adams, of Silver Creek, lelt last Tuesday for Texas to locate in that State. Mr. John Turley was welcomed home from Georgetow n last Saturday for a brief visit OUR z FLYERS! Freiss Ulsters, Hen's Snperb Fancy Cassimere Suits, Men's Exclusive Model Ulsters, m SEE i life-siz- 1111! Long-mor- C.FiBrower&Co p - and-ye- Mr. W. L. Holton, of Maysville, is a guest ol his son, Dr. C. S. Holton, on Main street. Mr. Wade Walker attended the Synod at Carlisle, as did also Revs. Crow and Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rowland, of Danville, were the guests of Mrs. Margaret White on Sunday. Miss Martha Anderson, the prettiest girl in Harrison county, is visiting Miss Francis Young. Mesdames E. W. Powell and J. B. Harris and Miss Leha Harris spent fcaturday iu Lexington. Miss Anna Belle Harber is at home from Sholbyville whither she went as delegate to the Home Mission Convention. Misses 3essie Spears, of Jessamine Amy Davidson and Julia May Gaines, of Lancaster and Halhe Boggs are the the guests of Miss Bessie Turley. Mr. Green Clay, of Cincinnati, is yisiting relatives here. Green is pleased with the Queen City nnd thinks It's the next best village to Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. John Bush and little daughter, Ellen, returned to Winches Gold Democrat. ter Monday after a visit to Mr. and The existence of the National demo- Mrs. P. R. Broaddus and other relatives cratic organization isconsidered a menace in this city. to the democratic party in Kentuckv. Miss Maud Miller, who spent To maintain it then when its field fbr past summer with Mrs. Watts, the this work is closed would be merely playing city, left last week for Louisville where into the hands of an enemy that every she has accepted a position in the Kenmember of the organization has alwavs tucky Home School for girls. fought aud will continue to fight when The mother the supremacy ef the democratic partv Twigg, father and Station, of Mr. H. J. of Whites and his sisin this State is endaugered. It will be ter. better for every democrat, nnd we be- on Miss Glydas, who have been here a visit for several months, will lieve the leaders of the sound money contingent so concede, if this off shoot leave this week for their home in of the regular organization is allowed Stafford. England. Miss Neville Davis" gave a picnic to slumber in peace. Friday in honor of Mr.Eckles, Mr. Mr. Burrus and Misses Willie Shelby Sentinel, Gold Democrat. Of Mr. Davison, Mr. Gilbert's oppo- May Denny aud Jennie and Catherine Parks, nent we know but little. He has been spent ator Paint Jjfck. The day was High Bridge aud those that acthe Congressman frodi this district for companied the' party were: Messrs the past two years, and if his servces to DwightRue, Howard Davis, Spencer Smith, Robert T. Bryant, and Misses Jennie and Anna Magoffin, Emma Awarded Curry, Mary Van Lear, Pattie Smith. Highest Honors World's Fair. Harrodsburg Democrat The Madison Junior Social Club, the swell organization that has made a great reputation here for its superb entertainments, left all past records in the distant shade by its Halloween Ball nn Mondy night at Moberley's Arcade. This mammoth apartment was In Up top shape, the floor being as glossy as mir ror. And Henry Saxton's mighty men were there The girls, don't mention it, they were the haudsomestTthat ever tripped the light fantastic..The man agernent was overwhelmed with com pliments on the success of the affair and indeed it was a great event, the grandest of the year. Mr George W. Evans, Jr , and Mies Minna Crutcher are to he married at the Christian church, this city, next Wednesday ai 3 p. m. Mr. C. H. MOST PERFECT MADE ' A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret Chenault will be heat man, Mies Annie Crutcher "' mump, Aium or any otnr juuuteraat ants are tomaid of honor. The attend. be Messrs. L. P.Evans. Wal-- I 40 YEARS THH STANDARD? ler Chenault, W. K, Letcher and X. JB. 1 . Ar-buck- The wonderfully winning premier fashions of the season. 83 I The sensation of the week on Main Street is the complete and beautiful bedroom scene 1S1 uSs& Men's Winter Weight Sack Suits and Irish $5 00 $7 50 Men's Suits of Rich Native and Foreign Goods, Men's Superb Fashion and Finish Ulsters and Covert Overcoat. ?5 9. 3 Men's Suits and Covert. Overcoats Ulsters, $12 00 Suits ipiiie It " ' $6.00, $7.00, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. MEN'S STJJTS $5.00, $4.00, $5.00, $0.00, $7.50, $9.00, $10.00, $12.00. Young Men's CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. MEN'S PANTS, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00. is a .positive wonder how so much elegance and comfort can be gathered into a store without f ' MEN'S HATS, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. ' V MEN'S SHOES, ' $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. v ' - ' ' - MEN'S OVERCOATS, MEN'S UNDERWEAR, 50c, 75e, $1.00, $1.25. - V$5l00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $12,002 ' T ,J . . BOYS' UNDERWEAR, 50c. the magic touch of to arrange it. But it is there, the admira---tio- n of all. The bed-i- ; ,room set in one window, is rivaled by the parlor set in the other. wo-ma- n :: Everything in our store is fresh aud new, no old goods and everything at the lowest price that cash can buy them for. VIEW AND THE REST IS A SET TLED FACT. THESE ARE JUST SAMPLES OF THE STOCK WITHIN. ' COME, CREAM 1 BAKING POWDER MOBERLIY. Successor to J. S. Collins. -- H. Tk majS-l-y J. STRENG, Clttkier, Tte s MILWARD BROWN, gradjiated embalmer and funeral director; T Fariiskr, Tk SkIk if. Matter. PHONE S3.S u is r 'A - -- s, - fS -- " ;,- (V s-- i . r - ... . '5 A" " t -" t'-u- r ".". t JaSJS-- J JTl "i&i fsT's t - - ?s& SVVj T l-- 4 T1' " v. 52 I f i f To have good lessons, good health and to be happy is to wear a pair of Henderson Little Ked School-Hous- e Shoes. . LISTENt II i cures piles, burns, scalds sores, in the shortests spaco of time. Douglas & Wells. book? More than twentv million free sam pies of DeWitt's Witch Hazd Salve have been distributed by the mnnnfac-turer- s. What better proof of their confidence in it's merits do you want? It I They are Stylish. - C. M. HENDERSOI jfi. CO, - Why is a proud woman like a music liecnnso she is full of airs. To bo entirely relieved of the aches mid pains of rheumatism means a j;reat deal, mid Hood's SarFaparill.i does it. Why is a pig the most extraordinary animal in cieatiou? Because ou first. kill him and then cure him. AST!-W- R 43 OFF! L v (SCHOOL1 ;T5 THEY WEAR. -- P3attfM$MUB,AM TEAcnrc1 - and Ind- - f gestlon. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Bold by Perry & Thomas, successors to V. G. White. WE THEY FIT. We Vf Tfe Why cannot a deaf man be legally convicted? Because it ia unlawful U comleinii a man without a henriiii:.. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applvinc Chamberlain's Evp nmi Skin Ointment. Many very bad erases havo been permanently cured by it. It is cqunny emcient ior itclnng piles and a favorite remedy for soro nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost hit and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bos. T)r. fnilv'u fnmltllnn lnir,ln just what a horse needs when in bad j &S condition. Tome, blood purifier and They are not food hut 3MK-- ' vermifuge. n medicine and the best in use to put a uorse m prime condition. Price 25 . :ents per package. j What is the difference between a schoolmaster and a railroad conductor? '.One trains the, mind and the other minds the train. Salt-Rheum THE GREAT FALL.... CAMPAIGN OF THE lee KS -- Pk Cash Store Is Now On! FOR IT WILL BE A CAMPAIGN AGAINST &L j a- TT ok hofPT "We djJidrp, and lore our enilc v. lore our pltaMnt school. tccxh-"Ai- obcj ii rule. 3 - THIS WILL BE A CAMPAIGN THAT WILL LONG BE REMEMBERED BY THE PATRONS OF "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CORPORATION" - t V ft ; THEY SATISFY. n- igh Prices & For The People! RACE HORSES OF THE CELEBRATED KENTUCKY STABLES S NEVER DID THE ' CHAFF AT THE BIT MORE EAGER TO START IN THE RACE THAN "THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE" DOES THIS ONE. HIGH-CLAS- .t SOLID OTXj- B"Z" I 29S: I BRIGHT - I i crowd our shelves and counters this season. AVe are showing the greatest variety of Dress Goods seen outside of the large cities this season. K the new things in Crepons, Epinlins, Figured Jaquards. Covert Cloths, Serges. Fortugus Cords, Cheviots, Granite Cloths, Fancy Mixtures, etc, will be found in our Elegant Dress Goods Department. tors when We know we are "Loaded for Bar" and many a cold chill will creep over our competithej- - hear the Startling Low Prices we are making on all lines of goods that White. CUBAN RELIEF cures M (JfJljglgjI&CoHe.Xeiirnlciannd Toothache In fie minuto. SourMomach and Summer Complaints. Price. 25 Cents. Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. G. PI-J'ttM- The Richmond Glimax. V Proctor Knott Cigar. C. U. beat Georgetown 41 to 0. Last chance to Register, today ! Curators lor Central University. t llDVY dtrti-eineni t8 MOV. 2 189S. will be received ill.- ft Tl AV witli tlir. imnr. 3 .int-- e that its circulation exceeds 3 that of any other paper published 2 Richmond, 3 . c ? g C 3 c c lt -j ' Pr. Ilobton. Dentist. it i f.ir Gilbert next Tuesday. The bst smoker, the Proctor Knott i ujre. I't I Midkiif paint and trim your max 1'lwtioii this ear falls on Nov. 8, low ntt ue-da- y. - Ir. ai C i Laisk. of Jlerea, is very -- pneumonia. I. I. Armer has some household kitchen furniture for sale. . e our Eight dollar overcoat e utdHV nil iii.i I bu. Covington A Mitchell. Midkiii'sline of bujrgies before All work guaranteed. Tu -- ..n't forget to go to the polls next lay and vote for Hon. G. 13. Gil Covington, of Caleat, ill with la grippe last w Mr. Milton - dangerously k. -- (Jo -t to the polls next Tuesday and our vote for G. G. Gilbert for at sei- - K)k 1). 1J a ii .t t a Hadiant home heater. ii" quail, partridge and pheasant opens Nov. ir and close Jan. t my, get your gun. 1 il . the riit.Cx.KLKOiti)&Co's. reason why oii should i Maviiand Chilian are at Deather-- f i bewildeiiug all observers lieautv and cheapness. oct2G-t-- It vou wish to save money and that is i heat, get healer from I U 1). SllACKKI.rORD & a Hadiant home LO. have thi' best and cheapest road w.V'in on the market. mavll-Gm- o S. L. Midkiff. Kimball l'maiis, Kimball Pipe and Ilei'.i Organs were awarded highest m Synod of the Presbyterian church South. Friday, at Carlisle, Dr. llarvev All kinds of fiesh fruitsat Gus Glass, 1). D., McCieary and Rev. Jasper K. Smith were elected ?ee our Ten dollar suits Court day. curators of Central University. Danville was selected as the next place of Covington & Mitchell meeting. Revt. Crow and Smith and Arbuckle's colfee 10 cents package Mr. Wade Walker, of this city, atnext atudav at Gus. tended. See our Ten dollar overcoats "Betsy Hamilton." Court day. . Covington & Mitchell. evening in the cozy lect Best Hour 00 cents pers,ack ne.t ure room of the First Presbyterian church, the gifted southern woman Satutday at G)is Maigolen's. "Betsy Gilbert." of the Atlanta ConThe Palmer jewelry auction has stitution aud Sunny South, will appear closed, and was a great tuecess in every in her unique and 11111 ivaled recitations way. depicting the humorous phases of life Our Eight dollar suits are the best in the cracker land and on the old time in America for the price Come to see us southern plantations- Admission, children 10 cents, adults 25 cents. Court day. Covington & Mitciikll. Do You Want Work? IJev. S. A. Ovveus will preach at the Baptist church next Sutday. An intelligent, industrious man or Everybody invited. woman is wanted to sell the new edition of "Chamber's EncycloTwenty pounds best granulated sugar for SI neNt Saturday, at Gus Mai- paedia" in tliis county. This great standard publication is now sold 011 golen's. both cash and installment plans and Mr. Gilbert, candidate for Congress, good agents can make large profits. has been enthusiastically received The most liberal terms are given. No throughout the county. capital required, only energy. Addrets Ilice & Allmau did not purchase t once E. D. Veach, State agent, LexV. H. Douglas' meat market as reported ington, Ky., for full information. in last week's Cmmax. The sale failed' The Governor's Porlrait to materialize. McCreary, in response John F. AVagers has rented for his to a request from Gov. Bradley, has had brother, D. P. Wagers, the H. H. Col-y- a portrait of himself painted to be hung farm, near Speedwell. in the State House at Frankfort with those of the other Governors 01 Ladv's brown felt hat lost between city and David Cheuault's. on Irvine Kentucky. Gov. Bradley has secured pike, yesterday. Liberal reward. about sixteen portraits so fac Friends Mus. John C. Chenault. tf. of Gov. McCreary have been calling at Next Saturday, Nov. o. will be my his residence to inspect this specimen special sale day. Will sell 20 pounds ofwoikfroin the brush of the famous best granulated snger for$l; Aibuckles Washington artist, Carl Gutherz, who coffee 10 cents package. Dest Patent is now engaged in painting the portraits flour 55 cents per sack Gus Margolen. of the executives of Massachusetts. From Cuba This Paper Came. We will be in the new addition of our store room by Court day. Come Octo Nash Ogden Watts, nephew of aud see us, and see what values we Mr. W. W. Watts, sends the Climax a copy of "The Times of Cuba, Santiago ate offering in suits and overcoats. Covington & Mitcheli,. de Cuba'fVienies 20 de Agosto de 1S93" Wednesday morning the 20th of August, Registration. according to our "dictshennery." The is the last chance to register. paper contains this item of interest to 05 additional names have been enrolled; the friends of Mr. Watts, who was a being Democrats. abeut brainy student and brilliant orator at Mar-rolen- At the meeting of the Kentucky "SosL&xifc Gut Cqvtv Wis We have culled the Eastern Markets for the latest novelties in all kinds of Dress Trimmings and Dress Findings, and when vou get your Dress from any of the "Great Busy Bee Cash Stores'' you can feel assured that nothing of a later Design or Pattern will be shown you. s. j our money than elsew here. That is why ron get here more value for t t t Having purchased the entire line of Dress Goods in Fancy Mixtures from one of the leading New York Houses, we will offer them as long thev last for 23c. per yd. They make beautiful Dresses and Skirts. All-Wool We have given one entire room of our Great Store to Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Wraps. We are showing everything new and in favor this season in this department. Our line of Fur Collarettes are the talk of the town. Don't fail to see this line. OUR FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS ARE KeadytoWearJ Take any of our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $12.50 and they have the set and style of Merchant Tailor's work. Our SUITS and OVERCOATS at $S.OO received the same care and thought in tailoring as the higher grades, Every thread of warp and woof is of pure wool. Our biryers 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 filled this department with one Endless Chain of Bargains. Boy's Cassimere Knee Pants, 15c a pair; Men's Cassimere Pants, nicely made, French waist, for 98c; Men's Cassimere Suits, well made, for $2.4S, worth $5.00. Our line of Men's and Boy's Fine Suits, and Men's and Boy's Overcoats are the largest and best shown in the city. One Entire Room given to this department. ft f1 WK - White and Grey Blankets, We are selling beautiful holders, large enough lor any bed, 39c. a pair; Our Blankets are piled Mountain High on our ledges Blankets from us at and vou can buy beautiful the p'riee of cotton btufi" elsewhere. Bed Comforts at 49c. each. 10-4 all-wo- Our Notion Department and our Gent's and Lauies' Furnishing- Goods Department was nevermore complete. We 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. 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 attractive things will be seen here. We are naming prices on Carpets and Lace 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. te There is other stand that can. clothes you as stylishly and as serviceably as we can and at so little price. Same xio Brown Cotton at 4c; no dressing, at 4Jc; Green Ticket Londsdale, Fruit of the Loom and Maon-vill- e Bleach Cotton at tie a yd Get our prices on Alpino 4 Rose Cotton and wide Sheetings. We sell Sheeting at 121c. We are selling good yard-widGood Bleach Cotton, yaid-wid- e, e 10-ed old stand, but muclrlarger. Best Aprou Gingham 4c a yd; Canton Flannel, good quality, 5c a yd; Best Canton Flannel from Oe to 81c, usually sold at 10 and 121c. We are selling all Fancy Calicoes, Best Brands and Indigo Blues at 31c a yd. Remenants almost given away. "We m t We have just recieved and put on sale a Manufacturers sample line of Men's and Boy's Cap-- . Our f windows are full of them and our price is jut the value on each Cap. Don't fail to see them. Our Xobby Hats for Men, Boy's and Children are very pretty. one-hal- er wvington 215 Fine Fowls. v Mitchell. A WHITE FRONT. Sure Sign or Croup. devoted to our BOOT and SHOE DEhave one side of our entire store-rooWe cany many celebrated lines of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes. Our prices named on this line is a marvel for cheapness. You can shoe up your entire famiry here for the cost of a few pair elsewhere. We cany no shoddy stuff, our shoes You can't and boots are all good honest goods, bought below the cost to manufacture. afford to miss our Shoe Department. PARTMENT. Again extending to you an invitation to visit us this fall and take a look through our Store, where bright faced polite salesmen and salesiatlies will greet you and moke your visit a pleasure. We are. Very Respt., tHl) In another column you will find Harry Morgan's advertisement of thoroughbred chickens and ducks. He has spent considerable money the past few years procuring fine birds from stock. Ho paid $3 for a Brahma rooster, and 10 for a trio of ducks this spring. His stock cannot be beaten, see them before purchasing elsewhere. prize-winnin- g To-da- y Reasons Why You Should Invest in Southern Mutual Investment Co. The two-third- s LOST C. U. in 'SS-S- oct2(5-llitmus at World Fair. Have no other coal but Pine Knott There is no substitute for it Coleman Nen", ?gcnt, Telephone 21, It. N. I. & B. dep.it r al uov2-t- f The linn of Hock A. Cornelisoii. estate and insurance brokers, has devolved partnership, Mr. Coruehson retiring. It K. Deasley, the tobacco mer- iaiit,of Paint Lick, has bought about oae hundred thousand iiounds of tobac-- c Iniin o to C cents. If von have money to buru go on w.nr old out of d.ite heater, if not get a Hadiant home heater from D. 1! -- HACKKLKIIKU & Co. If you want an overcoat, Court day c hup and mc what we have, we will save vou money. Covington & Mitchell. a full line of hands n high grade buggies, carriages and road wagons at lowest prices. I have o 011 mayll-Om- 8. L. 10 Midkiff. cents. m A SOLDIER'S VIEW. Between Oldham's store and corner of Orchard Street, a Soltaire Diamond Sergeant 0. K. O. Watts just returnKing. Liberal reward will be paid for ing from Guantanamo informs us that 2t return of 6ame to this ollice. he has been stationed on St. Cecilia Plantation. He is an intelligent young Stuck Items. man, a native of Louisiana and appears & Wagers shipped eight Dales to have been studying the conditions of of cattle Friday. the island as well as doing duty as a Ballard & Dunn sold to J. S. Collins soldier. He says ho thinks the better 70 head of feeders, average 1010 at 4c. element of the Cubans wants thestrong To Open up Here. arm of the U. S. Government to reMr P. M. Pope, for eight years with main here and protect property and Johnson Bros. Hardware Co., of Cin- industries. He thinks the negro elecinnati, will about Jan. 1, permanently ment would willingly go back to work in Richmond in the hardware business, if their chiefs were taken away from so he told us yesterday. He knows them. The only people clamoring for independence are those who are out of the business from A. to Z, &c. a job and think that independence Stray Horse. means for them political office, and Mr James A. Hardin, of Cooksburg, they are bending all their efibrts toRockcastle county, asks us to say that his bay horse. 10 or 11 years old, has wards keeping the naturally quiet and strayed off. The animal has a scar on peacable rustics of Cuba in arms. right hip. right hind foot white, and A Brilliart Wedding. scar above same hoof Mr. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Marcus A. Phelps will compensate auy man who will inoct2G-2- t announce the marriage of their daughter form him of his horse. cai-loa- ds 1st. It is the oldest aud largest company. It is the pioneer and has fought the battles for supremacy. 2nd. Its contract has been tested in all courts, from the lowest to the highest, and every principle vindicated. 3rd. It has a Iteserve Fund of nearly $50,000 00 to guarantee its contracts. 4th. Its contract is so guarded that, in times of depression, no run can be madepn it. 5th. It has'stood the test of time. Our plan is no longer a matter of speculation, but a demonstrated fact. Oth. It offers the largest profits consistent with conservatism and safety. Hoarseness in a child that is subject to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon astho child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent the attack. Mauv motheis who have croupy children always keep this remedy on hand and find that it saves them much trouble and worry. It uan alwavs Iwdenondorl upon and is pleasant to take. For sale by Perry & Thomas. nov2-lWhat lock requires the attention of a physician. Locl;-jaTruth wears well. People hav learned that DeWitt's Little Farlj Risers are reliable little pills for regu lating the bowels, curing constipation and sick headache They don't gripe Douglas fc 1DHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN. J?K.C sf XUJ M fe OIL cures Planters CUBAN Bruises Rheu 'ut. Burns, matism and bores. O. White. Wk Havana Second, 5 cents. Fred A. mond, Ky Miller, Manufacturer line Cigars. Richsept-21-3- OnasiuioUacilMrs, Mil- - Wliti i Cuius in Kill Your llos? Hog killing times will boon be here and I want to kill your meat, make your sausage, render our lard and de- I) B SiiACKKLFouu & Co. have the liver same at your door. Price reasonhave abouc Twenty The foregoing announcement, handlargest and most varied stock of heat-in;- ? able. .put. engraved, has been sent stoves ever brought to this market , Harvey Douglas. somely Brahma Cockerels for fe The wedding ceremony took place last befoie. Call and see them. Court Day Dinner. Wednesday at 11;30 a. m., at the home sale at $1.00 each. Also Coal that burns urn always be K5?? a few Thoroughbred MamA Court day dinner, Methodistquali-ty- , of the bride's parents, on the Lexington of Coleman Nefl, found at the yards Methodist quatnty and served with pike, in the presence of only the immemoth Pekin Drakes (Ranagent for Pine Knot Coal Co. Teleit. bottle and begins taken Methodist zeal, will be given Monday by diate relatives of the bride and grooim kin, Halloclrand Newman Sifnft 111 Mr. Johnson has taktn six phone 21, It. X. I & B depot. nov2-t- f B. C. Hflgerman, Principal of Cure all liver Ills, bilious- - m bottles of Hood's Sarsai arilla. His ladies of the Methodist church. Rev. strains) at $1.00 each. Why is a clock tho most modest M I (g your hogs, the request their friends in the coun- Hamilton College, Lexington, ofllciat ness, headache, sour stom- Rice & Alhnan will kill scrofula sore is cured. He is feeling They J piece of furniture? Because it covers ach, indigestion, constipa- 111 25 its face with its hands, and runs down stionger, has a good appetite and is Call on or "address ronder your laid, grind your sausage, try to take notice of this aud to eat ed. Miss Florence Myers, of Stanford, tlon. They act eally, with- to attend to his work. He 25 cents pripe. able butchers. aud deliversame. First-claits own works. was maid of honor, Mr. J.-- H. McAllis out pain or1111s .'o Sold by all drufgdsti. HARRY S. MORGAN, with them. Popular prices The only telling of his extake with Hood's Sargaparllla. writes a Satisfaction guaranteed give them a ter. Jr., of Stanford, was best man. Miss perience with Hood's Sarsaparilla tVzrtV nov2-t- f White's Station, Madison Co., Ky. A Neglected Cold Norris b'dlc. Hamilton nov2-4- t What lock must be looked for out of call. Prices reasonable. fofca EOvJieea s.HK3 GH&3)JKHK Florence Chenault presided at the piano 3(pejE3fe6Ci- eik fcra and recommends it to other. octl2-doors and on tho ground? Hemlock. often leads on to a hacking, lasping Yw.'V Commissioner Scott sold the Hamil- and played the wedding march. The "Kimball Pianos'- - have put the between an is the ditfereui-What racking cough. The very first sympA Sudden Attack "world masters" to thinking; they are ton Norris land, 1 j miles from College bride and her maid of honor wore sutl e should be met with a dose of Dr. auction and sea sicktss? O e is of a D not the oldest, but the latest. They Hill, on Saturday. 2(51 acres, to Mosib perb costumes aud carried boquets, of croup in the small hours of darkness tom This famous sale of etfects, the other the etlects Bell's White House. Write 'Suth-erli- n Hill, at $19, $1,903.75. 80 acres, to while the gentlemen wore the conven is very annoying to the parent who remedy will cute it. whether of short sail. adorn the Music House." Lexington, for Win. Mellon,at10.33,$83317. 9717-tional black. After a handsome repast needs sleep. Dr. BoII'b croupy cough or long standing. Price 25c. No cure oct26-lCough Cure surprises One catalogue and prices. will cure a child's it peoplo Minutequick cures and childion acres to Chast B. Willoughby at ?lG.8c, the party dispersed, Mn and Mrs. and allay the irritation, ending the no pay. At all goou druggists. bv its Mr. L. E. Lane, of Mt Sterling, 1,648.77. Grand total S7 ,445.09. Prices laiu Ithaswonfor Hocker going east on their bridal tour. danger hi less time than it will take to Why is a hive like a spectator at a may UIKO inndanger quaimiica nn- - Bv virtue of an order of sale entered by the was in this city Thuteday and has rented considered moderate. I hereby serve notice on the public that I am out tho least Notice of Those present from a distance were: go for a doctor. All "mothers who have show? Because it is a Madison County Court at its October Term, Wm. E. Strother, &c., Plant IBs. Sale In no longer connected with the Diamond Coal Against itself the best reputation of any piepar-atio- 18J3, the undersigned T. J. Powers and State a store room on Second stieet where he Co. All accounts contracted up to Octiber Equity Mrs. Richard Cobb.Sr., Misses Florence used it keep a bottle ready for an emerDefendant. for colds, croup, tick- Bank & Trust Co , assignee of W. F. Powers, John It. Strother, used Mr. Muncey Resigns. IteMiii 2oth to be paid to me. gency. will open on Xov. 1, a full Hue of jewerv i It sell Myers, Mamie Wilson Carpenter and or obstinate coughs. will uponnnbllclv to the highest and best bid- - By virtue of a Judgement and Order offale nort-lALLEN" H. Z ABU O brightly and the birds may ling in the throat the premises in Madison county. repair watLhes and do with regret the resignation der We note etc. He will Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the Douglas &. Wells. to prove may shino sweetest songs of the Why is the letter likely Messrs. John L. Darpenter, J. H. Ky., on but if your sint: their September Term thereof. In tho aboTe style any other work required at the hands of Mr. W. E. Muncey, as Adams Ex-- i Jr., J. It. BufIi and Dr. It. M. dangerous in an argument? Because it stomach is nqt right there is no happicause, the undersigned will, on ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED EVEBY "Why is a woman mending silversmith. press Agent. He enters the insurance turns words into swords. of a aWHERE for "The Story or the Philipp-ces- " ness for yon. Keen a bottle of Dr. Phelps, of Stanford, aud Rev. B. C 9, Because her hands are by Murat Halstead. commissioned by the (. business, with handsome MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1898, and realestate Caldwell's" Syrup Pepsin in the house where her feet belong. To Cure a Cough Official Historian to the Wtr Deof Lexington. The bride was partment. The book was written in . my and use it accordingly to directions and ouice over Douglas' meat market. Mr. i Beginning at about 10 o'clock, a m , the fol one of the most beautiful ot our society Dr. Bell's of 11 o'clock, a. m., at the camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific nith. the hour cuts the The hst 1'l.iSlrr. lowing partnership property or tne nrm 01 w. About House door in Richmond. Madison coun General Merritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, Markets onotcd bv Thurnian Grocery Muncey has made a model agent, always girls. The echoes from her handsome mucus, heals the lungs and bronchial the sun and turds will not sliiueanu& Powen), Yii: A farm of land con- f!imrt sing 111 vain, constipation ami luuiCourt Co corner Main and Cheapside as lol- - at his post, obliging and accurate, and A piece of flannel dampened whli F. T. J. acres, more or less, located IS ty, Kentucky, (being November County to the in Hong Kong, in the American trend cs at Cure's-gritaining 110 cough in gestion cured. 'I rial size 10a (10 doses) Manila, in the insurgent camps with day.) proceed to expose to public sale, debm party had not yet died away be tubes quickly Uaftn and boun lovvs. miles west of Kingston on the speedwell, on the deck of the Olympla with Dewey, we dislike to see hlra leave the office he fore the invitations to li2r wedding one night. 25c, no cure, no pay, is the and in 50c and SI bottles. Ot B. L. Chambeilain's Pain - highest bidder, the following described prop- tumDike: G&7Jc" 1 Green Hides. affected parts is superior to half mile of White's Stationand within one- eity, vizr 2Jo on to the and in the roar ot battle at the fall of Manila. way all good druggists sell it. Get the Middelton. on the L. & novMiu situated on West Main .... 88Jc lias made so popular. 1 Green Salt Hides When troubled with a It R. This farm is In a irood neighborhood, X. A lot ofmronnd. Ky., on the North side of Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pic No anv ulaster. were sent abroad, and there was a feel- genuine. is street in Richmond. It taken by goverment photograph! n on ,. f(;l2e No. 1 Dry Hides. Why are ships called she? . Because pain in the chest or side, or lame back, well fenced, asfertile, and is as good corn and said street. Beginning on the edge of tie tures Our Valley View Edition. Large book. Low ing of regret that she was so soon to Madison county, S1.005S2.25 are certain to b wheat land any Inplace we will alsoEy. At pavement ana corner to wunam Arnoia, the spot paid. Credit riven.prices. Big pToSts. What kind of sickle is mqst seen in thev always keep a. man on tho" look I; ive it a trial. You Horse Hides Each Freieht Dror all trarhr sell the thence with the north edge of pavement east- unofficial war books. the same time and depart from the old and new friends winter? Icicle. ......... 25 70c Outfit free. Addrkss. The enterprising Richmond Climax Sheep Skins Wool on. more than pleased with the prompt re following personal property: About 350 barrels ward 92 feet to a stake corner to J. V. Crooke's F. T Berber, out, , Secy , Star Insurance 2040c gets out a beautiful special edition for that Jiad learned to hold her in life lief which it affords. Pain Balm ie alo of corn, about 2 shoats, alotot farming Lamb Skins...- 2ST feet to line with octae-fwagons, heirs, cornertheir Neff. northward line westwarda consisting of No Griping or Pains. . 520c Valley View of eighteen columns and highest esteem for every virtue that Work Risumed. with his herlings ....-to a cortain cure for rheumatism. For one Deering Binder, on two i horse three stake cultirator, 6(rt)7Jc .. 91 fest corner to Wm. Arnold, with his line Copper per pound- sale brJ?erry & Thomas, Drnugjst lm plows, gear, ii. Hockor Arrowsmith, III , Jan. 24, 1897. . DoMin, Ky., Oct. 20,1898. southward 237 feet to the beginning. 'itSC all the matter prepared by that capable adorns true womanhood. Mr. promisBrass per pound TUliJIS. rue aiorcsaia personal property on a TEKUS statement is made by have been bothered for Dear Sir Why should thi eca niaKe a beltet will be sold for cash for all sales less than JiO, (6) mouths. Sale will be madewill be credit of six OE REIT! enterprising newspnper man J. L. is one of the most popular and required to and Lead ner round ...... ...1K&2 7Ar The purchaser and and over will be sold rood security, for the payment ing young men of Lincolucounty. The 15 years with constipation and I have Talon'Knox of this placer years health1 housekeeper than the earth? Because and for all sales ot 12) I, 1S9U. the purchaser on glva bond, with mosey, Boots per pound 2c Sowers, whose Valley View letters freGum Shoes and to ot the purchase a credit until January to have the anil tried many preparations during that has beiin- poor for threo 22c the earth is exceeiiugly dirty aud the execute note with good security bearing Inter- effect of a judgement, bearing legal force and Bees Wax perpouud interest appear In these columns. The following engraved card accompanied time. I commenced ufciug' Dr. have notbeen ablo to w6ik.wbut I am sea. is very tidoy. --oc quently est f rpm the day of sale. The land will be sold frdia the day ot sale. wHh a Lien reserved upon Yellow Hoot Dry.... I will sell or rest rar farm ef 355 aw of announcement; on a credit of six and twelve months in equal jaid.yropenty until all the purchase money ia Syrup Pepsin In theTall of 1S95 :thankful to fcay that since taking threo is finely illustrated and printed the sheet Geng Seng per pound....--$2(52.oh tfce Bitne's MJU Pike, eae rafll fcera Eu will ir "When you call for.JDwstt's Wiieh payments,- aud the purchaserlegal execute bond Mid. S.E. SCOTT, and unhesitatingly say it is lh"e best bottles of Hoodstraupaf ilia advertise-men- t Mr. and Mrs, Bichard Cobb Hocker - on extra fine paper, and as an jj. w 5w5 w whh, nuance interest from ect36-2with good securi'y, bearing Dry May Apple ivooi M.O M.C.C. gwvm untfiH$ wki an ewer j remedy I have ever found for. my trou aTtoaeihfcrVlilse a"rfeV uian? "I am "Hazel Salve the great nilecure don't January 1, 1W9, untH paid with, a lien retained At Home . lOJc Eggs per dozen.. value to the will be of inestimable Caltc-- H. M. HendcnJtiat ble. ,,Ino griping qr, pains after taking able tdvork"overy day. I recommend accept anything eluei J.)uu't b talkeo T. J. Powers & State Wedneidays In November. '& 71' ..... loc mead v Ky., ea the pUtee, or AtMirss Tres! Hntter Ter nouod '"WmHdbt. Hood's Saisaparljlatcall who uercl a into acceotine. a) Mibst'.iuie for idle Castle Cobb, 'Yoursetc. 10c! thriving city of Valley .View so near t r J.W.KMIN39X Country Baoon neefnoand " HILieT'AIN FILL. "One eM dene," Aattigaee ot W. F. Powers. nov2-lOf B. L. Middelton. good medicine." it forsoree,iotr burns. VDou?las& Wolls. 'oct36-3Lincoln County, Kentucky. KisNU Kt. :.9c our doors. NiclTolasville Democrat. Country Iard per pound....... s Anna to Mr. Richard Cobb Hocler, "Wednesday, October the twenty-sixteighteen hundred and ninety-eigh- t. Richmond, Kentucky. h, , nov2-2m- The workman often eats his lunch on thobdme bench where he does his work. The office man turns his dest into a dinning-table- . Nether gets the out of doors exercise he needs, nethor takes the proper time for eating. It is small wonder that the digestion of both gets out of order. In such cases Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet come to their assistance by aiding nature in taking care of the food. s The cause of of the sick ness 01 tne worm is constipation. From this one cause come indigestion; disorders of the stomach, liver and kid neys; biliousness, headaches, flatulence, heartburn, impurity of the blood and the serious complications that follow. ... I'a luifrin .. !tt. ......... r i! . ,mi, is a utile thing, and a little thing will cure it. Will Not Move Hither. The 'Pleasant Pellets" are tiny, sugar- The recent announcement in the coated granules. They will perfectly cure the worst ease of constipation Richmond Climax that Mr. S. V. Row- indigestion. If the druggist triesanil 10 land, one of Danville's most prominent sell you some other pill that pavs him and substantial citizens, would prob- greater profit, just think of what will it ably make Richmond his permanent best pay 3 ou. homo was an error. Mr. Rowland inWhat is the worst seat a man can sit forms the Advocate that he has no in- on? tention of moving from Danville. He From New Zealand. expects to remain in Richmond until Heeftox, New Zealand, Nov. 23, 'OG S. B.White, the estate of his I am very pleased to state that since irf settled up, when he will return to took the agency of Chamberlain's a home which I Danville and purchase medicines the sale'has been very large, w'ill be occupied by himself and his more "especially of the Couch Remedv. Mrs S. I J. White, and her In two years I havo sold more of this remedy than of all children. The friends of this estima particular the previous five years.other makes for As hie gentleman as well as the entire to its efficacy, 1 have been informed by community will be glad to learn that scores of persons of the good results Danville is not to lose such a good they nave received from it, and know-itvalue from the use of it in my own citizen. Danville Advocate. household It is so pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle be- yound tho reach of the children. K. L SCASTMiBUKY. For sale by Perry & Thomas, Druggists nov2-lnine-tenth- Price, Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. 25 cents. B 51 .,.. ? What kind of esence does a young What robe is that which you do not man like when he pops the question? sell Acquiescence. weave, you cannot bnj.no one can needs no washing aud lasts forever? Ati Important DiuVrenrp. Robo of Rightousuess. To make it apparent to thousands, Jusi as Good. who think themselves ill, that they are w iienever a druggist tells you he has not afiltrted with auy dNeae, but that something "just as good" for coughs, the system siniplv needs cleansing, is colds, grip, etc.. as Dr. Bell's Pine- - IU UU'lg V.UIIIIUIL IIUIIIC . I' VtllyiL illUl tOi Ilia (JIU" ne is tiiiuKing nrnfinu DAiiilitinn ?c nictli ntirol Kt . your welfare. Ijoou r p;n ... fits and no1 of Mn,,iifai.t,1ril hv druggists will sell you what you V? the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for. 6okl by all druggists. ship in the world? What is the linest I)v j a chicken-pilike a Friend-ship- . it contains Because smith's I I Tar-Hone- Wells- - All The Ladies Who IF&'A y, Want Bargains Read This? Our Clearance Sale is now on. We -- KSZX WE m e gun-sho- p? Tl are offering all Summer Goods at Suiting, in fact everything in the wash goods line. Also a nice line of Dress Goods at your own price. Please call and see our line before purchasing elsewhere. Self-conce- it. son-in-la- Music Hall" in Tho Lexington, Ky.,will sent 3.3O people, nnil will In- used bv Mr. It. M. buther lin ns a "Recital Hall" in connection music with vlie fcuineruu AT.,,.;,. Ilm,a . where tne largest siocs. n iv.mu.m Pianos can be seen or ileum 111 liiu h!np.rrnsH. Ournatrons will do well to oct2G-lsee him before buying. What is that which is full of holes and still holos water? A sponge. m I sores, insect For broken surfa.-es- . bites, burns skin diseases aud especial- - RS m R5Sci I Cost. Ginghams. Percales, Madras Cloth, Lawns, Organdies, Duck 4 ucWitt.'s Witch Hazel Salve. When f rRVitt' don't accept counterfoils or Irx'uls. 1011 will not be disappointed with DeWitt's Witch L? V"?" ""I1.?. l? ""B i"JiyIi ! Hazel Salve. Fins Douglas & Wells. 82? RsSi Hood's all Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Experienri'. Scene 1. Mr. Johnson is ooliged to give up work remain In the house and fake care of himself on account of a dreadful scrofalo sore on one of his limbs. Scene 11- - Mr. Johnson leads a testimonial which tells of scrofulous troubles cured by Hood's Sars.iparilla He resolves to try it. sends for a A Common Chickens -- nd Ducks I We0are also Agents Thoroughbred Light J Butterwick Patterns. for -- & S3 m fm White ss Gibson. notice! tm e iAjAis'A.i M&&-3- resVV: V,VWV,3; rN v.wwyS?agA?J y. . UBLIC SALE 0 m Goniissioiififs Sale! bee-holde- r. n to-d- w er, herstock-ingrdefonne- d? first-cla- ss MARKETS. -- iktaf, hmk IS, Pine-Tar-Hon- ey p Agui-nald- o, I Bldgst-Chicagdia .. :l Tlie.fol-lowiiicA'olunta- ry - , 1M CuU-well- 's h-.- l 25 iu feel-"in- - - j- -- ..... m ltk i X a ct28-4- ' I: ZMlXi s -- , , & Si. ,e.A j ' "f. S rJ1r iStfJtV r- - it r t "r "" 3& ".v 3 irf-tt- t .' '.I'll' 'i'ir.i-y- s Tg'ty f"! B7r.n'iyrj " . p m A " "s sM8'" Frankfort & Ifefai 1, 1S9S .. . Railway. ftitlifliiil Produce Market. every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatlierogp & Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries, iiicliuiond, Ky. EGGS 12c A PINT OF PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. lln Effect May DAILY KXCKPT SUNDAY. Your Jim Allen, in Cynthiana Democrat. REGENERO PflMPIf-T- I X G A KAST BOUND. live Frantlort a.m. 6 6 6 7 30 43 51 02 03 20 00 12 22 28 40 p.m. 3 3 3 3 00 20 34 48 " " " Btlbern fewiUer. Duvallfs GeorRe-tewH-. cash; 131c taUmping Ground BUrrKR-Choi- ce . in trade country, 12ilGSc. . 7 7 8 S Lve Georgetown. . Aw New town. .. Caatrerilie. Efeaabeth Tarts WEST BOUND. - s . 8 . 8 3 M 4 06 4 15 4 42 4 12 4 58 5 10 25c. BEESWAX-- 20 WOO! Clear grease wool, lG15c; hurry, 0(ntl5e; tub washed, 2oe. CIIEE-K-Coiintry, 10c. Aw MiMbotta L9B rrfc a.m. . aa pm 5 12 5 48 5 58 6 38 6 41 6 48 50. TIMO 111 Y SEED-$1.35(- SS1 CLO VEIi fc.EED-- $4 00(3 $5 00. THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS 50 IJLUE U (oc; extra clean, (i07oc; fancy dean, Ai-SKED-irtripped, foods and medicines. The next time you see him, just ask him "what he thinks "your doctor knows all about Doctor Knows er Nobody thinks the war was a failure. It was asuccess In spite of Alger. BLISS AVhen a deaf mute is arrested for cursing it is about time for all of yon who ::." F ' swear under your breath to call a halt. The United States took formal posThe Great JMSsu'il'1' session of Porto Rico on Tuebdav, but iipplicati ns for posttnaster were FXWGJ2VOIl- maSmx m t. Jr - "am jrwwstr -- s err&SZx C4. s&Y&s 1 R""" Uit 1 T mr mrm WSk jot m aVaV- aatHaatatfa. aVaav Jtk ataa a- aTD. P--. K- .-- - I 8 P B-- B -. try 'MA 0St flan - I i n i , a 9a c. I JapaVaYM jm . !' 11 t in. The "hoochie coochie" dance is an issue in the campaign at Mntloou, 111. Tliev are always getting some into politics. When the Pillager Indians went after our troops they thought to capture Uncle Sam's Bacon, but the wiley general proved 100 strong The Democrats of the South won't let the negroes vote and the Republicans of the North won't let them work, so between the two the negroes are in the middle of a bad fix. A horse will eat in a year nine times his own weight, a cow iiitve times, in ox six tunes nnd a sheep six times A Country editor will eat as many times as he gets a chance. We notice from a number of exchanges that the season for shooting "peasant" begins on November 15th. The season for shooting aristocrats and new-wrigg- l 3J s CMtreviHe Newtewn. Aw Daralls. OMWRetewn Lire aeenMtowa Staafg Ground Swiuer KlUiern Frankfort 15-- J 11 9 2 9 as 9 48 10 98 M) 40 56 1ft Scoirs Emulsion Wo are willing to trust in his answer. years doc For twenty-fiv- e tors have prescribed our Emulsion for paleness, weakness, nervous exhaustion, and for all diseases that cause loss in flesh. Its creamy color and its pleasant taste make it especially useful for thin and delicate children. No other preparation of cod-livoil is like it. Don't lose time and risk your health by taking something unknown and untried. Keep in mind that SCOTT'S EMULSION, has stood the test for a quarter of a century. fc er 6ft is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with wliicli it is 6 S 7 66 pure geed, Slfjil.o. 10c. of Cod-Liv- Oil with Hypo-phosphite- s. IltlSH KA POTA10ES 1e. 'jC lOSoOc; 11 25 11 IS 11 8573 C. D. BEKCA.W, GeB'l Tass. Agent GBO. HARPER. Gea'l Syjtt. FraaLfert, KeflieeVy r r i2 S o 52 g "5 ...... 5.-.-- w o "" 2 r S P S O 5s? S e c ' ET SO C.S. o t. O " S S c o ersre,:rsr- i - a c ooccce S3 o 0i! !? s o e El a The will mail, postpaid. recent distribution a full set of MX of these spoors to eer sub- scriberto the CLIMAX, nno ml! Kind name DEATH IIP JOHN M. and address a postal card will do If, on n ceipt of the spoons, on find them the most etOisiUl ueanti'ul uptrimciis of the silerki nth's art ou vrr Kau . and irorth $3X0 emit 7s cents afl'pament in full, within 30 das; if 05 not pleaned, retnrn spoons immediately. Each One of sjoon is of a different design aftcr-- d inner sss ct tfeeitize snowing soldiers in camp in Cuba. r e Morro Away. ani four V. S Battleships Tim are imperishable, mementoes of the late vtar and every subscriber should accept this most remarkable offer, and obtain a set before it is and is Railway. ' too late Al! that's necessarythis to say jon're a KIS NAME A HOUSEHOLD WORD. is important; subscriber to the CLIMAX you except Mejional Spoon Offer. aiid that Turn of Trams al Wiuc 't titer. Ky. Address QUAKER VALLEY MFG. CO., Always Honored Atchison, and Was A357 West Harrison fct., Chicago WEST Il'HTfll. aut;31-4lways Honored Prominent in Off6 53 am Ht. Sterling an - LrtimrUm KrcotB icial and Lodge Work 7 30 am Easier Kiprts- - for Louis. lie L- xin,1n Iroom. 3 W pm Maiahtail and EC p o o Danville, lloylo county, third Monday. Xicholasvillc, Jessamine county, third Monday. the Company Winchester, Clark countv, fourth CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Monday. nan r:v:cico. cut, Versailles, woodford county, fourth :s I.U. VOIIIf, L UISVILLK. Ky. Y-Monday. y isn5-lA stubborn cough or tickling in the throat yields to One Minutes Couch TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS-IMPORTA- NT. Cure. Harmless in eireet, touches the The Quaker Valle Mf(t Co of Chicago Iiae right spot, reliable and jtist what is requested us to announce that thc liaAe ecr- - wanted. It :iet? at once. D"ui;las A. al thousand sets or the finest coin silir plated Wax Memorial Spoons left over from their Well-,- . manufactured by scientific processes Fig Svrup known to the Cimi-orxiCo. only, and we n ish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Califounia Fio Syiiup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will sissist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Svkup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction it hich 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. 1 n order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of a COX HA5IS-10ai2LAIiD-TCrtS1 now nllhln easy reach or eery inerlcon. iUjs treatment Is tsltlcly Guaranteed to cure the most complicated enso of Xcrous Debility, oc Wasting Disease. It acts powerfully and uultkly. A New .Man, PhIenlly IVrfepl. It (he rriull of Ihr uc of lIKIitlMICO. Youn; men u III re Rain their loot manhood, and Old Men will recover their youthful lsor. It Invigorates and restores tc full life and lor, all sufferer from Seminal Weak, nesses, Itnpotency. Vnrlcocclc. Spcrmattorhea. Nightly Emission. Lost Drain ami Muscular Power, Weak .Memoir. Wakefulness Ell Dreims, Despondency, Lick of Confidence, ami nil effects of or sexnil excess and Irdiscrellon. whlihiinflts one for imslncs. study or marriage. 11 EW EMJ RO goes at once tc the root of tho disease that Is wlij-sclf-aliu- REMEDY WCANDY 25c. 50c. -MgT-JWa- OATHARTIO -- " lt 0 IiU AH 1) G li A SS- -$ IiEI) TOi' 50c SEED JIYI5 00c. 1 1 .25(351 .X. County Court Days. Paris, Bourbon comity, first Monday. Iiichinoud,Mudibon county, firbt Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. - Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- tint whyltBlics Mznrand ction and restores the I'lre of Youth. It Is a m irveloas Blood Purl- flrr that 11 why the Pinh (Jlfnv comes hnck to I t'lcpalcchcrhn. Inslstupon having UECENEllO. I Can ho carried In vest poikct. Uy mall $1.00 per box. 01 Mx for $3.00. We cheerfully refund the monev where sit botes do not effect a cure. Circulars free. Add rcss tho American Office ot BORDEAUX ?nED!CALGO.K5NcE0.A'- Is cures. ItlsthocreatcstXerieTonielntheworld ilSRfeiStf aa DRUGGISTS. . a. fc ! . ff T aKfcaxsa.ra.fci "wm m..mjTjcwrm-vmm.ML.u- twuu ttscxxim iiiii T- t fa. rw ea aa ai a g g J. fr Q i aa J. mi i iiiwi him am For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, Druggists. sept21-ly aey. Washington, D C, for their $1.8U) prtzo hundred luTentloas wanted. aadUst of Write JOHN WCDDEKBUKN & CO, Patent Attor to offer , 4i J&rf J ' " ,Ns. TJ TJ TJ VslJv tjy 'J 'J &&. - TJ Tj sSv T - T . ' A . W. C. SLIMER. JOHN llOSIiAL Headache bad? Get Dr Miles' l'aln l'llls. " T H soc and Si 00. all drueeists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chtmists, New York. l -- ir liT" W $ r day. dudes continues the year 'round. Slimer & Hosha LIVE - fc Cli PEL rrrr Ci-tl- Atchison's Greatest Benefactors Passes tkpk i, ' 1 tw Yrt Limit.Ml K 4 5a piu KAST 9 17 am ud Morehead Aecoaa I ha.e r uu-11 58 am for 1RDS thes"eral houses fart: Limited K. F. V. In me last leceinlr. hut have now 6 30 pm Kterliac; Aeeoaa Lrxburtoa aad lit. pitfoar r ft ether mi cottages, well located W a in trior. Eiwi'rt i.ipHsl f r sale (all at Aeeoauaodjtion trains ran daily eaoept bun-da- jli tiflire oer Mi srs ou ejvA Urms. ui Wiih (l)Sons sore, Other trjir-- run daih. ttoiue.-at-Lawith bti ph. ii D i'arrts i Tkrooga sleipinfc and dining car serwee to ILORII) II. FARRISII, Sew York For information. rate ors. vper reservations ;an2f-t- f Attorne and Ajrent LAN' Ky., K H(H)li. n.nt all oaom rite Richmond. Ky. er GEORGE W. RRN!Y. D. . A. C. O R . Lexintrton. Ey. d BOlND. Rea.c! c This a y. Tne following: notice of U deuili of Hon John M. Price was taken from the AU'hinuti, Kansas. Daily Champion, of Oct. 3). Deceated was a native of thi.s s county, and has many relatives here mid in Kstill. where his boyhoods' lnjs were spent. Ainon lib. relatives are i 1 -- erm EASIER THANEYEB.EGQNOMiST iAMUEb ? 'X territorv. Than Eer to reach all p nnts in ArLansis Texas, Mexieo. Anci'iii and California Tlu fdendld train wn lee with which the Illinois Veatrai'sMeiaplnoand New Orleans Ycstibultd "Liauted " is e'uippei makes it "Easier Tnan Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned Ttiepr(s,iit s( he pile of Illinois ( tntrulKail mad. in alli iou to shoitening th time to u lilt jus. has made it "Ea..t r Keaiphis and m V) TbctesOll .s the nnlr line wbicfa runs Frt Keehniag Clair Ctrs aad Veattbailed trains Sotrtb. also trot Louis villi to the CitfforHia, a weekh J'jtBmart loirtst Car for 9 pp Lve L"ais ille every Taarstiay 8 IMj u Aw Memphis Friday. 7 45p'u Aw New Orleans Fndav .. 8 2Upm Lev KewOrleaas Friday 8 4Sam Arr HottstoB S tnrday 4 45pm Vrr Kan Aatonxi Saturday 3 45pin Ut FJaaso ruodav w Las Aafeles Moaday t Mii 5 15pm Mt Baa Fraacisco Tuesday Tlw cq c?- - o X w m in X f- fel''6sJr555S&,J I - 8? f"jfcvi' s,- - - a TW Tn- - Intn Boilf U CaWaiu. w H thetemton m:itHn Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to d will do well to com- anicate with R II Fowler, Traveling Paasea-ge- r Agent. Loui ,1k . K . Wm Al ibd Kellovd, A G. F. A A H. Hissox. . P. A., Lomswlle, Ky. Roofing, Guttoriug hitjo. III dec2-l- j aud General Job Work. No. .! Tie Tabte day. MayTaking Iett 2, ltts. . I I Mon east Bensi). Versailles KicbahMrille Valley View ark 2d Class. 1st Clasa. No. 1 No. 3 No. Ex Sua Rx Sns'Ex Sun A.M. M 22 I P.M. 6 62 7 35 6 63 8 13 8 39 A.M. S -C 30 II 02 II 38 11 41 11 58 JBsnlv & ' DbIbb P. SI. 8 38 8 50 9 13 HI 69 25 IB 48 11 33 CALDWELL'S Syrup pe:psii VCURCS CONSTIPATION. X?& Urt B E U f SIbbsKt Irvtee It 11 1 13 anc M 00. aJBU-Jm )r sy IS 63 Petals 12 36 12 33 M 6i IIOICL PUKE RRED PLYMMOTII Itnt CocLerfU for sjt nt ju- - r MRs, H. H COLYER. Richmond. Ky. L Bx No. Irvtfle rawate (Mba iF Msbette; San Ki SHliIit SunHx Sun A.JL P.M. P.M. A. M II Si 268 1 65 S S 1 28 S3 1 45 S4t 6 2Ko. 4 No. .No. M i S. F. Rock, for; I o ttlllls3Msttxd IS3BEXsnisn3aW 27 1U 3 38 3 45 4 18 2 IS Kia4asville YeEHtiltes Vsdtey View 6M CM 7(8 A. M. ' 32? CM 368 4 JO S68 P. M. i P. M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern train to and f om Lotusi ille. All trains i ounect with C S'. O iT.P.trains la and from Cincinnati J W ROi'K. Train Dispatcher. W. II AIMsI. ndent .sup-nut. Six of the best Fire Insurance Com- panics in the United btates. Losses paid promptly. - m KAHTnOtTSB. In the Prudental, ou are offered the bcstLife Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we apain give the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 261 Second Street, RfliLWfly. (IS KENTUCKY ) t UpStairs. Je2-l- y Schednle In effect May 1, 1898. GYM. W. lit LEY I Skelbrville.. LrtiHe Ar wanxHisii. Kal. . I Ar I,reacetg .. Ar VeroaiUes . Ar Lariagtan ia.4&am Siftmai fiSfipai1 9.07pm yjam CSijpm WK HI C2p4Q WWira 7.29JMn taar-pr-n 4.(P31; Sak Sai 7.4Sprn I LXo.6. t.'vim Jai Lexinifuei (Mpm 5Jf7atn KKshii Ar vcniailles. La xenneb'g . Ar V?7-- m 6 t9pm &3am At aKHbyville.. 7M(pm 7.50am Ar LeatstUle TrataasXos 1. 2. aad 6 carry Free Obscrva-tChair Cars. EA4STHOUXU. WESTBOnXD. Ko.j 4 40pm Sal M Wiijiht's Celerv Capsules. Shidhyville, Kv., May 20, '90. To WnKht Medical Co., Col., 0 : (ient I have iturclm'.wl a mx of Wiicht's Celery Capsules from G. X. Middelton. tlrusiM, and used ihein for Sour Stoma-- h, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that ttiev z.iv me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an exrellent remedv. 9 Yours very truly, Geo. "W. Riley. Of Shelh ville, Ky., Keromraends ..lr H. II Dillinriiain A. I), and C I) Miller, of this city, and others in the county. John M. I'rice is de.ul. This news was piven out at the family villa on Kightii and Q streets at 10 o'clock lat i.ilit. Thus passes away one of the most public spirited men Atchison ever had, a kind father, husband, friend, a Imnefaetor. .IoIim Mom'b I'rice was a natite of Madixin countv, Ky., where he was born October 4, 1S21) While yet in .until he began the study of law with an u.icle and attended the t!inimiry at Irvine. Ky. At the iij;o of 1!) he was admitted to the bar. Two years later he was elected County Attorney, which position he held four jeais, when he with a view of coining west. He was oir January 10 of that year, 1S54, married at Irvine to .Miss Eliza Jerinan I'ark, a classmate with whom he had sat at the same desk at the same school for tears., with whom he had grown fiom childliood to man's tstate, whose mother and his own were neighbors, born, reared and Iied within a stone's throw of each other all their lives. In the fall of 1S5S Mr. Price and family came west to visit old home friends at Piatt City, Mo., and incidentally paid Atchison a visit. Here they concluded to make their futtiie home, and from that time on the name of John M. I'rue has been an Atchison household woid socially, politically and in circles. In lho'J lieu. 13 seleeted a County Attorney, which position he filled until after Kansas was admitted into the union as a State. He sened the city as Police Judge in in 1S07 had the distinction of being called to the maoralty by all the people, irrespective of politics, he being a liepubluran. Previous to this, in the fall of 1SC0, he was elected to the State Senate without opposition. During hLs tenn he was appointed by Governor Crawford to aid in lcvising the Kansas statutes. With him 111 this work were associated Samuel A. Driggs, of and the late James McCahan. of Leavenworth. In SOS he was' again elected to the State Senate, and 1S70. serving as President of that body, being selected to preside without opposition. In ;the lieptiblican State Convention of lS72hewasa candidate for the nomination for Governor and lead all ethers for eleven ballots, coming within four votes of the nomination, the late Thomas A. Osborne succeed- - the Exchange National bank; another daughter, Eliza, and the son, John M., In 1S37, made memorable by the elec- Jr., are single and reside at the family tion of John J. Ingalls to the United home. The entire family were at the States Senate, Mr. Price was a conspic- bedside when death came, except Mr. uous candidate in opposition to Sena- Yandegrift who came up this morning. tor Samuel C. Pomeroy for the United Mrs. Yandegrift arrived Tuesday night and was the last icreon recognized by the deceased. The fuucral will take place from the family residence at 2:30, Rev. Comer of the Baptist church officiating and the Masonic order having charge at the cemetery. Interment at Oak Hill. ed busi-ne- -s lSG2-3an- d Law-enc- e, 1 111 States Senate. His rivals before the Mr Martin Kateiieck buried a pot of caucus were Judge I). P. Lowe, Dr. C. gold in Louisville last year when the A. Ix)gan, Congressman William A. banks were breaking, and when he 'Phillips and Governor James A. Har- went to dig it up he found it was gone. vey. He led for 19 ballots and came Some burrowing gold bug got it, of STOCK I within a scratch ot getting tiie nomina- course. Anyone sendlns a sketch and description may uiC lBiTBKSSffi inlcky ascertain our opinion free whether en Tr 7r; VJr . tion. Mr. Price was then a man of reIs probibly patentable Communica-TtiS-'i.'Z&y&SLlz- ijj -' LZT- iS invention - vA You invite disappointment when you ntiVK ' tkmsstrictlvconlldential. Uandbookon Patents SALESMEN, puted great wealth, a man of genius, of experiment. DeWitt's Little Early eent free. Oldest ncency for secunnir patents. a 3"j .&SiKj' tjv -' ' j Patents taken tbniuch Munn A Co. recelvo J . FiVr power and influence. -- S Leavenworth Risers are pleasant, easy, thorough litvpccfaJnotkf, without charcc, in the Vfr a ff Yards, saw it was bound to be an Atchison tle pills. They cure constipation and Union , sick headache just as sure as you take man. Mr Ingalls had not then reached Cincinnati, O. A handsomely lllnstrated weekly Ijircest clr-them. Douglas & Wells. ". culation of any sclentiUc Journal Tcr.ns. $3 a the flights of statesmanship which 3u V& ftjCkTr a. Commission charges are $3.00 per car ' year: four months (L Sold hyall newsdealers. tl r so signally distinguished him. AN INTERESTING LETTER. for hogs, 50c. per head for cattle. MUNN&C0.3B.B" He was not supposed to have that ' Reference Western German Dank, CincinDranch Office. G5 F St Washington, D.C sept7-I- y wealth which commands influence. In nati, Ohio. Richmond, Ky , Oct. 21, 189S. a word, Leavenworth was-naa a afraid of a.w i a.aa ai laaaaaam Whilo others have been writing up w in an, Xii iinnai InsjalLs, hut was of Mr. Price that with various parts of the county and civing his influence Atchison might come in glowing descriptions of same, there is for a gi eater mead of public favor than one part that should not be left out, Leavenworth as a consequence, Dr. and that ib the slashes. This region Logan was withdrawn and Ingalls be- commences two miles east of Richcame tbo nominee and was duly gent mond, extending for several miles. to the United Mates Senate. One of the principle creeks, OtterCreek In 1S7S Mr. Price was elected to the has its source in these paits, extending Lower House of the Kansas legislature for several miles northward and emp-tjin- g without opposition at the polls and its waters into the Kentucky served as speaker pio tern. At the river near Boonesborough. It recehed -fe convention which nominated Mr. its name in the early das from tl e Puce, however, theie was rivalry, S. C. great number of otters found in the ''Ring out tho old Ring in the new King, who was tlaimed as the favorite stream. This stream was part of the Pmg cut tho false Rmg in the true " of Senator Ingalls, and a brother of trail of Uoone and his party to Booties, 9 We 12: to you the new and true from the --Z7& 5 B8cvi Blanch K. Uruce, the eminent colored borough, where they struck this piney forests of Norway politician, were rivals for the nomina- county. This region is very prolific fir , C.inl.i-nntion- s Upi-iyMFOLDIXC, JiEDS-Mant- vl. tion. On the vote liruce received rabbits, groundhogs and opossums. ami Iron soniothinjr new. ei",ht votes, King seven and Pi ice lti. Also haws, persimmons, pawpaws and S5 The convention instructed for Ingalls, hazle nuts, grown in the greatest proS7 8 u (g n BUFFETS The onlv thitm-- of the kind hence Mr Pi ice was 111 honor hound to portion. Some of our former promiever exhibited in Richmond carry out the instructions. It is nent citizens were horn and laised Nature's most natural remedy, improved b claimed that it was his ote that chose heie. Charles Kavanaugli, known to CHINA CLOSETS -- Six different varieties inscience to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive QB W'3SvjgV&3 Ingalls that ear over Albert II. Ilor-to- n many of the older people, lived here amVTatVaK cluding Rent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. Cure for coughs, i vis and ail i lflamed surfaces ; that had Pi ice violated the instrucand was one of the noted horseman of V of the Ldngs and P.. actual Ti '. es. SID EBt ) A R DS Any style desired. tions tin re were otbeis ready to follow. his time, owning the once noted Grey The sore, weary lough-worLungs are exhilaMi Price's political caieer ended with Eagle stock. Warren Harris, once rated ; the misrobe-l-earin- g muus is cut out ; the EXTENSION TABLES From 8:;..-J- to .!(). tn'i his selection as Seiiatoi from the two jailer of the county, was born and ir cause of thattkkli.i is removed, and the inflamed counties. Dining tins tenn he con- raised iii thi.s territory. He was one CENTER TABLES Too to S8.00 in A-- h. membranes are healed and soothed so that there .6 tracted a cold, winch resulted in paraly- of the best know n chicken fighters in the is no inclination to cough. Oak, Hungarian Asb, Bird's-Ey- e Maple sis and Hrigbt's disease, with hich he country, llesiuceemigrated to Missouri. SOLD SY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS and Main gainr. bad been a suHerer for the past live Judge Goodloe, once Countv Judge and Bottler; Only. 25c, 50c. and $1,00 Sizes VERNIS M A RTIN These are exact repn-dtit-tioii- is yeais, and which was the cause of hie related to the noted Goodloe family of BE SURE YOU GET I AM 88 and of the tables iispd n.t Riiull.-v- . taking away. the State, was born and raised in these any remedyYEARStoOLD,Bell'snever used equal Dr. It gives quick and permanent rrlipf Br. Bell's Phie-Tar-RonMartin ball and made and painted by J-On the death of Postmaster Ben Gale parts His father was one of the early IngripasweUascouchsandcolds. Itma.iK Mr. Price was appointed postmaster of settlers. He owned and operaieil ttie weak I nncs strong. lira. II. A. Metcalfe, nana bee mem. Pedacah, Ky. Atchison. This was in lb7S when he once wide known Goodloe Mill, situa CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany. Hunga was a member of the Legislatiue, and ted on Otter Creek, two and one-haMapler Oak and Ash. rian Asn, JLiircl 2tC he declined until after the expiration miles from Richmond. The site is woll acSlm3tcJK;;fcfcgj nfci v .?of his term. He then became postmas- known to many of the older persons. ROCKERS From GOc to $l.-j.00-. " ter, resigning two yeais after. Also dwelling here at present is the DINERS to $15.00 per set. Mr. Price was a mason and had filled Rev. JeiT Tribute, who is a Baptist minMORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to S1S.00. eeiy chair in the order a 32nd degree ister. He has resided here most of his maon and a Shriner. He was also a life. It is his father's old homestead. I i5i X&&K member of the Knights of Pythias, the Rev. Tribble has married as many coui-le- s We are too busy to give a full list of our immense I. O. O. l', the Knighls of Honor. A. if not more than any other preacher stock, bnt assure ou that anything jou may Reed -bjj 'istibr you can find at our new quarters. c . O. U. W. and other orders, and com- in the county. He is a son of General manded 3o(ididerent passwords. He had John Tribble, who was a soldier 111 the held the highest ollices in the state in war of 1812, and was actively engaged TjuiDjlg'te, We want to talk to you about our new line of Foot every order to which he belonged, and in the army of the invasion of Canada, was a charter member ot them all, ex- where he captured an Indian boy eight DAY TELHIMIONE 76. Wear for Fall. We think we have the most interesting if NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. cept the masonic. He carried large or ten years old hid behind a clump of JZ2-display of these goods ever seen in this City and feel insurance through these various ordeis. bushes not larger than his body after As a public spirited man, Mr. Price he had given him a hard chase He certain that you will favor us with a call. A call does z& When in the City Make Yonr gave Atchison her first city hall, on piesented the ooy to General Harrison not obligate you in way. We take the greatest the corner of Fouith and Main. After who raised aud educated him and Headquarters Willi that had burned down, through eenti-me- made a good Indian of the once savage pleasure in showing our stock to the public as we are he redeemed the lots find erected lad General Tribble was for years well aware that it is the best possible advertisement the block lliat stands there now. He commander of the county malitia, who agave Atchison her present magniilie it was succeeded by General Williams, D A i we can have, and our line is your disposal. means opera house, the Pardee block on who was also succeeded by General business with 3'ou later on. Fourth street, Price's row on Fourth Miller, who was wounded at the battle htreet and Price's row on Sixth street. of Richmond and died from the effects. Ladies, don't buy until you see our line of $.'5.00 He put over 5100,000 in what is now the The ancestors of Rev. Tribble came Shoes. Thej' are beauties. Catholic convent, which was erected in frjm Virginia in the pioneer days he-II Respt., PMWI II HlllLal 1aJJ. I aMfcamwrw IIM1II If 1870 ns a villa in the addition which fore ttiis land was a pleasant land like Ki1 Vl ft bears his name. In this villa a son. it is at present, lie was the grandJohn M., Ir., was born and there died. father of the Tribbles of our county. The second John M., Jr , was also born The lake from which the city of RichMM there. It is not out of the way to as- mond draws its excellent water, is on Bl sert that through the public spirit of the old Harris farm and was made by the deceased more brick nnd mortar damming Otter Creek. It contains fifty m Phone, No. 21 1 H T lKwaiWaTlrafWaWw"wM1:aTal"ilWal"ai"aiwa7,,-..- i was spread in Atchison than thrjugh acres and never goes dry. The volume of water is inexhaustible. any other agency. An accomplished school teacher. Deceased leaves a w ife, three daught- Miss Belle Lykens.frora thesourwoods . ers and a son. One daughter, Nannie, of tho village of Waco, is teaching an excellent school at the Kavanaugli is the wife of Mr. Fred L. Yandegrift, school house. for years connected with the Atchison Mr. Charles Clay, who married the daily papers, but now of the Kansas only daughter nf Rev Tribble, is seek8123,169.40 PAID IN MATURITIES. City Star; another daughter Mollie, ing his fortune in the rice fields of the 845,294.68 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. is the wife of Mr. Charles Singleton of sunny southland of Louisiana. , ' f8 '' -- Stock Scientific Jfinerican. M & Tff-O- ot i M s3 HvJHUhJ H MlIIMOre !ao SM II U ai BUT V l- WEmSSW & - - mt Iha. m Mm i Sbf fe, ;aaa no ssrio DR, BELL'S i ISiP" T er V 6 T n zc 0 WHRk w.Ltfrro i ,d IS- ey m fc r lf MOMENT rTrf - ye M Mk At. & IS PLEASE ! an' 5 fmfej'MiMi pna JMap $$ nt & at It li $f buLRu III - ULUnflm . ' TI Hfffman Bros .tbn Mutual Investment Company, e9 First Street. Of Lexington, Kentucky. ifcw-- Safest Investment Largest Profits. Our noted countryman. Craw Fish Miller, now occupies ttie old Kavanaugli farm. The 'only scientijic and practical gardner in the county, Thomas is operating an extensive garden in this section of the county. Respectfully, Edwin Bbowx. Am-merm- &9&&&&&&&&&&&&$Z& ABOUT SPECIAL REDEMPTION. Rcf.No. Con No. Name. Address. Oest. Ors'a.riAS The fruit of years of experience and hard study is embodied in .this, magnificent stock of ours. All we know is at your service, too. We haven't any trade secrets. We tell you the exact facts about eveiy thing you care to ask about Why it is good, what it's made of, etc. Our leaders, Bush Paid. 141 00 anys Coiniif m S. -- a5aci Ar IrocbricAr iSiim TJMraa W.41um Ai HarodsuicAr 4 t7.n1 7.36as 7JBna W.Haai,Ar liuprln. Lv 4.34pm 7.25am 4t Jkit: AM-if- n. i No. JLi ktatioxs. Tjjeam'Lv No. 12. Xa 14. Ixmlsril Ar 7 50pm laKiam I Xa. lUkttTMODMl. 67.7 tt.t-.X- o. 7 tdam SJOvm M.Maa9 T.l.inin 11 tMua V.um a7m vrssTiionKn. sTATioss. 'Xo. lG.'tKo C9. l. Louisvil Ar lOJXam, 7..Vnm Ar ShelbvllAr, 9.Tam, C'jpm Ar Vendles Ar RWm 4.1Spm Ar ;.luiway Ar, ..ara asspm Ar Goortitn lvi v.inam a.tnqim WESTBOfXD ITBUKNSGAS? The 2'ew Acttjleae Gas Eicycie Lamp. n - JIjOebcq 'N. lisTArioss lJfat UOvmt Lr Iuisil A" iu..vm MJaai SJEtpm Lv Vwslles Ar 7JS0am !o. I. CASIIXXIMI Xo hu HJMa &3rm fWAIlONS. -- Ar Irvine 7.Mpm S.00pm 4.10pm ArNichlilli Af, Ar Kicbmnd Lv. 6.05am 3.1Mm L.1 . . .1 - it. r.'J . ir.uia SGST, SMOKE, .upni 3. mym' . Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar LrooisrtUe. KjNkvrUte Laslsatan 7.4Uam, 7.45pra 10.35pm 1.1am gr; "H GREASE ncrDAKGER JacsaoarWe C1iatnnooga AUantn JaekjKoaville AsaerlOe Saaaanan 5.19am ArHoeea Ar Lv Ar Ar Ar ... . Chattanooga Meridian UirBiniTbam Kew Orleans.... IO39amlia30im No. I carries Free Chair car Loulsvllte to Ve-tl-r-4e LaKlaeUm there oonRectlnc with Truin carryin- - through Pullman bleep. iiu: 5ir to Il.rmi1u.l1am. Meridian ana New Or-'ax- .... llipm 1.15pm 5.10am 8.15am 7.2im OJoam UUUam lL40am a 10am D.lSpm 7.40iml G.2jam 11.10pm . W JfcJate It can't jaror blow out like an Oil Lamp. nn hour. ThmwR (nif Vt. J. fc . " 1 1 11 a . . . fiBSOLUTEL? Atlauta. JJacoa, JaciCsonvIUe aad iinuMwlek No. 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Chattanooga and Illnninfoam. also Leximr-to- n la ia Hot SpriDRS, Astcville, and Pullman Uniou Sleeper Leringtoa to New Orleans. DaUy!xccptSunday. A. Whedo P.&T..V.. iT.Swirr.rj:T.A.. LoutivUlcKy LexiBston.Ky. r.S.a.iirOS.Sd V PjkG.M J. M. CULP.T. M Wtshlnifton. D C Waahlnston, D.C. W.A.TcuK,aa.A WM.n.TATor,A.G.PA. Waiblncton, D. Iulsvllle, K; e Juuk-souvitl- alto makes close ooaneslloa at 1c Chatla-vo- w I or circular u t Greatest Dcj.'c cr i.cnt pi -- Icht costs i rlif a rent n lear. d- ,i, . -.- - ) tf :. J '3 r. tc lear yq.J-J- . BAD8E8 88A35 jljG-Cm KEWQ2HA, WIS. W& C The dread and foreboding which almost invariably comes over a jounfj wife, just ere the advent of the first little dailitjffwho shall call her mother, is one of the unnatural burdens which civilization has imposed upon the privilege of mother. rtt conf, nrt AAV Then nno-tltint tn whelming sense of depression and weakness as a woman feels at this time and there would not be if she was in a perfectly strong and healthy condition. In thousands of cases motherhood has- been divested of all its dangers and a large proportion of its pain by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, which is the most marvelous remedy ever discovered for restoring complete organic health and strength to the delicate special structure involved in motherhood. Taken early durisig the prospective time it makes the mother strong, energetic and cheerful and carries her through the period of trial with comparative comfort and case. It increases the baby's natural, constitutional vigor and adds to the joys of motherhood the supreme satisfaction of a strong, robust, lusty infant "Favorite Prescription." is also the best supportive tonic for nursing mothers. Every expectant mother will appreciate what is said by Mrs. Fannie M. Harry, of Galesburg, Ills., (515 Churchill Ave.) In a letter to Dr. Pierce she writes : "I have usedyour medicines in my family fora longtimcandfindthcm to be all that Is claimed. 1 cannot recommend them too highly. My confinement was made eay, as I experienced none of the pains such as others have at that period, En tk. - ( . means oain. danger and possible death for some wives. For others it Bueklen'& Arnica Salve. msans practically no The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. discomfort at all. There Hruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever is no reason why childbirth should be a Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil of pain and dread.period It is a Sev. blains, Coins and all Skin Eruptions, cral months before a liniment woman to be apbecomes a and positively cures Piles, or no pay plied exIt is guaranteed to give jeifect mother she should prepare herself for ternally. satisfaction or money refunded. Price the critical ordeal. It relaxes 25 cents per box For sale by Perry & Tnero is a precara-tio- n the musmade which is cles and reThomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. intended for this lieves the ilec-1G. White. lv purpose alone. distension, Tli3 name of gives elasticiUnited on Gold and Silver. this wonderful ty to every organ John Gib-xii.'of Ed Palinei's preparation is in MOi-jewelrv still i.i process, is set Wether's childbirth, and takes away alt tling the financial question right along, danger and bringing gold aud silver together withFriend. nearly all sufferout respect u the 10 to I ratio. For ing. Best results i.istam-w.ii. i.e me selling at 'follow if tho remedy is used toSlO .nut sn icius tliesatne way during the whole Sliver spoons. I, . m, dishes, pitchers MM I its Pianos, and Ui hk urps, 1199 . . S55 C .1 I)efce, Louisville, Ky 1439 . . S57 . . O li MiWM-hall- , Lexington, Ky . . . 1442 SGI . . C W Ilayden, Owensboro, Ky SOI William Horgel, Louisville, Ky .SC3 74S. .791 . .GI! Spihnan, Danville, Ky 1431. .S02 . . John L. Fisher, Louisville, Ky . . . . 707 - . 839 . .DI) Good, Lexington, Ky 7S0. .841 . . I) D Good, " :. . . 791 . .SJ3 . .DI! Good, " 71):; . .SJ5 . . D li Good, " " " 795. .S17 . . I) 15 Good, 707. S19 . . II F Johnson & Co, Ualtimore, Mil. . . '- S 49 50 43 50 51 50 51 50 "... 51 50 51' 50 I3S 00 147 m 147 00 147 HO 147 i O .... .... . . 5150 51 50 40 50 44 50 4S 50 51 00 44 50 50 60 51 50 45 50 51 50 51 SO 51 50 51 50 147KI 147 141 to lie t) 1S8 U to 1047. 1201 804. con-cerno- d s ati-jiio- Are unexcelled. We also carry in stock the Highest Grade 141 I 8U7 . Sewing Machines to be found in the market. A complete 809. line of Sheet Music can ba found at our place of business at Sll all times. The people of Madison and adjoining counties are 813. 815. cordially invited to call and inspect our selections. 1445 . We are also prepared to get any piano or instruments SIT for parties that we do not cany specially in stock for less 810 money than they can purchase them. Leave orders for S2I S'SZ piana tuning at office. sio. . . . 1)15 Jones, Lexington, Ky . ' .807 . 1) B Good, Lexington, Ky . .S70 '. . It F Johnson & Co, Baltimore, Mil fc(i5 ... ... . . . 147 00 12K CO 144 00 147 00 18S .874 . . . R A Good, Lexington, Ky . S7o . S77 . . S7J) . . . lil? Johnson &l.o, Baltimore, tl F Johnson & Co, Mil . . . .' W ' .SSI .SS3 . SS5 SS7 . .SS9 S'Jl . S93 ' 9J1 II F Johnson & Co, " . U F Johnson & Co, " . Mary A Mason, Lexington, Ky . . W F White Estate, ' . V F" White Estate, ' " . Knte Hhs, Louisvilte, Ky V F White Estate' LexFnjytouIv W F Wh.to Esiate"; . W F Wtiite Estate It F Johnson it Co, " - 147 W) 147 00 147 00 147 CO 147 00 13S 00 147 00 ... - ' , ". -- . 50 50 50 50 51 50 51 5i 51 ,-- 51 4S 51 41 ' ' 83l " .. . 50 . ' 147 00 147 0J J1 147 00 ' . . 51 50 e ii 1 a SiYRUPINDIGESTION. Rl PEPSI W CURES DR. CALDWELL'S DI nnd the fits born the one that mothers fear so rnnch. Jlesides, the medicine has helped me in many other ways. I would recommend all afflicted women to try Dr. Pierce's valuable medicines, and thus become well and strong." botiuht up in the. same way itudatilie .1111 prices at wnich ibe gold articles a r being slauglneied. Every evening a prize or two is distributed, the winner nut being required 10 be a bidder. Tho auctioneer, Col. Havill.-oChicago is a good picture of Groter Cleveland, but he is a fas er talker than George Simmons and keeps t'ie crowd bidding. It is a circus to hear him. The sale is still on, afternoon and evening. and the like ai f I sy' ft t L mm What shin is it that no woman jects to embark in? Court-ship. nl. wr 'H M I nancy. It is tho only remedy of the W. P. SEARLES, Business Manager. kind in tho world 2913. .2305. D B Good, that is endorsed by Second Richmond, Ky. physicians. . . . 1 per bottle at all Total-- .. drug stores, or sent Profit Over Cost by mail on receipt of price. Free Books con. tainintr invaluahlo in. FOR FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS formation for nil women. "The Richmond, Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited with ttie largest will be sent to any ad- lurao upuu application, to circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Stadison county or in period of preg- The Dewey Busi o Gompoiiy, Street. REGULAR REDEMPTION. . 8G60 2890 2753 20SG. 2822 . . 2270 i "141 V-- '147 00 W) . W'J Xeuiiiiiu. L xii.gtmr K .J V Kilyy. Versail.e-s- , K A C Gdode, Lfxiugton, Ky . jJiHjM-a4fli&i) -- 4r0 'lllr'ifM o - tyo 0- l'jj- 04 - SI.4U QpSsSt47l Ffon) Rowell' s Newspaper Directori. Tb Bradneld Recalstsr Ca, lln4 the Eighth Congressional District." SUBSCRIPTION, $1.25 tim - Jan5-l- y li AfraSCe. The only paper in Madison coui.ty which supports all tho Democratic gjjnlow, from President to Consta- - A. SMITH BOWMAN, Secj'eicivt. , - MRS. A.T. MILLION,. Local Ajjent, Richmond, Ky.- .