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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s J w r IJI 1L jr 4 4 r J I CLIMAXi T i ii4 I Hi II l VOLUME 26 C RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1899 For Rent t IChoice of three good i me rooms ovci Doug 4 las Simmons hard 1ware store Main St q Also very desirable t fijrhtroom residence with modern conven iences iGRIGGSBY MDNCEY PROFESSIONAL CARDS I ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBXBTATLAW KBSTUCIT nfflrr In the Burnam Building next door to anmrs Xatkraal hank toM 7 JASULLrYAN ATTORNEY ATLAW KirilMOND KENTUCKY OftiVp over Tnvlors hardware store op JIMN COllrt House on Main Street H HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW Bi HMoXIl KlCSTUCKV iluNo IS Firet St up stairs 31 30 jiDMOIlKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW lvNIJ KPNtUCKY oilirc on Second street over Chen cnItMCrocery W R LETCHER AUorneidtLaio Jin IIMSH KENTUCKY niiiv with T J Smith Jr over uiIII it litdl1I T C LowryA- t1o iieyafLaw Mtwthy IluiMiiiKi ltcloriltly PHYSIOIANS HUH linSON GIBSON IllYMCIAN AND SURGEON Kc iiMiNi KENTUCKY the joe Ccilini building and 10 See o it over WIIHC old drugstore 27 CHAS HOOKER KTKRIKAKY SURGEON linulwiie Ontario VrUrinnry College iiiary Dontl try and Sterility a Specialty r nkr upstairs oremtore recently accu ii hy Uichmond Harness Co East Main LnprTlyKy J C JASPER M D Mmlidno and Surgery c 1rntlier liuildiiii Main Streot 1it rukiileiKe the Uirr IUce on Urmdwa- t MMOND KENTUCKY GW EV ANSJf D Ill VSUAX ANO KUKUBIJS- KMUMONU KENTUCKY i il TJ TAYLOilIt- tiriiluiiirr in Mnlieine and fitryery PmNIJ KENTUCKY Ifioi and ndenceon Second Htrcel DSNTALSTTEOEET 1k1atttt tontlOt DKHTIST or LouisviLUi KT iOfflce next door to OoTernnientJlalldlnr Hi hniHnd Ky Office iiovl7ly lyt FRED SMITH DENTIST BOfflce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied hy Dr W W Hurglnr jnt1 ly Dr Louis H Landman No wa Went Ninth fltrrct Cincinnati Ohio will beaUhe Hotel ZInimer Uichmond Ky on WEDNESDAY SEPT 17 1899 returning every icroud Wexlueirfay o each ninth Reference every physician of RIch- mond Ky felflHr LLThALSliOUT S New Orleans BeslLineto- ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Car care Lpnlj throughtoAik your ticket agent for particulars or write AgentvululIlrFree Reclining Chair Cnn LoutlTllIe to Memphli and New Orlean HANSOM WMA1CELLOND O P A Chlcaro AGpA LonUvIlle Dr Goldstein The Optic Specialist MTfLf KCTUHIt TO HIOHMOSlf Thursday StembertkrO- A TWO PAY 0Yi I U PURITY OF TONE combined with great range and power are some dl the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Itiugsbury and Crescent Piano B i E Ina rum n of very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as well as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We have several styes Some in Mahogony Rosewood etc Prices range from 22500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHl II G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Patronize lloa Iaoe Insure your dwellings barns and all other property in the Blue Grass Insurance Company ot Lexington Ky a home Institution dives protection against Fire Lightning and Tornado Tho cheapest and mos company lor the people of our county now operating in the Btabe and get cheaper eyer compAnyJoorAttorneyatLawopposite Court lIouse next door to State Bank iTrust Co second floor J U CARTER Pre may21ly C O BOSWORTII Secy sla depot FREIGHTPREPAID Flrtblf Dny hicb crm IiDJDlchlnewith rsuments ar- znntl ears UHctory In 3odar twnry he re fmxcd Send cash wih order PC circular pp1caotlRy WHAYNZ MFO CO ReoFounrMAVLOU1SVflE KY nich226m Lumber For Sale I have at my mill near Waco about three hundred thousand feet of flralciaasoak lumber which I will aril at mill or loaded on cars For further particulars on oraddrc J M BOWMAN JnlyVSmo Waco Ky SEND US ONE DOLLAR and end tbIs ynu thu sad we 254b lana Ufk rad litSXBtUIll IOU LaD tOOL by IreUbt coD rabjcct to lamliuttloa your rreirbt nd It perrIu u muiai But O1II you ser Paw or be rd 110I spausi rail sI3Ua tIe Il 1 If mrchinetaiiotsatr call ad ACME BIRD ib fitIOlIh 1RtTK FOR ot1t1un FREE CATALOGUE7ertiutfrrlebi charge Thin tore It teoLevenl111411Iil top ig 4d3 ouuie frum bet pic Iron extra grcrlargelietIepe1 ormunentulou and trtmmlnm eSSr- erep acnUIMNIII rwnIr hand nmt lurcc omainenf tbase heft kervfr O end we fnrnl rage curl iroo grate maklnr II a per fret n former ISirK 4 fllXrlSO ryrry uve and iarne ro thI1vry to your railroad nttfon Tourinc iitai roaMeh rcera KIM trnrt a sic r the IrolKbt f only dual 1100 for II61DDlllatzot JIUOV Anrru SEARS ROEBUCK A CCdrDMCACOiaO- uTHEMHtt Ate snlkw etl lrnUikl Miter aprl4m AlivE otatks0 e eQ9e 1 Jv a now offeringyou 4Oipeientor onefifth off on everything in our veryrargestoek Wall Paper from 5cper bolt n upjn priceA MidStzmtrierPrices On everything in our line Get prices from all the cities then get ours and you will see ours will be the lowest +Vo handJejiothHjKbntUjebeBt grades UV make to ordu aI s of of Puintsiii any color We make to order kinds of Window Shades We make to order nil kinds 6f NVIetrcFraiiios Wall Taper Paints Oils Brushes Glass etc Stock tho largest and prices al ways the lowest GE rM WILL IIG K3 ff XUJ TET- RIChMOND KY IILn aai Olio Eailw Time of Train at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND ill Sterling and TxTlngton Accom 6 M am Eattcrn for Ix aI Tllle 780 am- Morcheadend Lexington Accouu 300 fen New York Limited FF V 4 60 pm EAST BOUND extetonend MoreheadAccrn 9 is am New York Limited V P V11t8 cia Lcxln Qand JIll Sterling Accom 630 rm Wuklnit m Ejrtire s 8 23 pro lAccotnuioiIiUon train run daily except San Othtr trains run dally Through alitng Ded dining car ervice to Ke York For informntZoa ratts or l eperre Tatloti gliU CrWrite 1t IWOZpnt Jt n7- 9HJI K1 b1tHQJY A gl 011 Lflll1ffatZfTr P l 1i t GOy ED BROWN WRITES UP THE CONVEN lION OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH AT I SHELBYVIUE The fiftyninth nnnual convention ol the Christian Missionary Baud of Ken tucky and tho sixtcoth annual convec tionof the Kumuckr C W B M weie heM ia tho beautiful little town of ShelbyvilleAuxust 710 inclusive This like all the proceeding conventions was very interesting and instructive and wayMondayMisslonaryorganizations made One lady made an elaborate talk upon our possessions Hawaiishowing tho island where it idolatrous and the amongthosooneebenighted Cocklo from Eminence made a short but sweet address entitled Our Mis sionaries Dr Niva Stevens mission ary to the kingdom of the rising sun Japan gave a very interesting talk It will be remembered that mud has been said all along in the Christian Guide about Miss Stevens and her work in Japan She Is from this State Wednesday morning the regular con vention opened with prayer by Howard Y Cree AtTaddress of welcome was mad by the Kev Hugh McClellan minister of the Shelbyville Christian church and was responded to by Rev WMlLloyd of this city His address was a powerful plea for homo missions Mr Elliott who is secretary handed in an excellent report of the State Board Roy Collis of the Broadway Christian church at Lexington made an interesting talk the subject of which was the Orphans Home at Louis yule He showed how Godlike it would bo to provide for the fatherless and motherless out of the wealth with which the Almighty One has blessed us P H Duncan pastor of the Lud icw Christian church talked on Our Sunday Schools Greatest Need Rev Sweeneypastor of the Christian church in Parismade an able addressontitied Our plea and Missions It will be remembered that he was nominated at the Republican convention at Lexington for a State office Prof John G Fee that grand old man from Bnrea our county made a short but pointed address on the needs of thecolored peo pie of central Kentucky the first was to take under the control and supervision of the church The independent chool organization at Camp Nelson Jessamine county the motion was sec onded by Brother Dejaructt from Nicholasvillo who spoke favorably in regard the good qualities of the colored servents from that section The motion carried without a dessenting voice Several persons present wellknown in this city who were not on the program wore Kev Deride of Frankfort it will be remembered that lie held a very successful protracted meeting in the Christian church this city a few years since RevHealeyfrom Cynthiana who delivered the magnificent address at Miss Lloyds commencement exercises Rev Burnett Pinkerton of Lincoln comity who taught a male school in this city the writer being one of his pupils afterwards was pastor of the Christian church for several years and principal of Madison Female Institute for quite a while Rev Whartor mis stonEr from India made a powerful plea for the dying heathens of that land He spoke of tho dreadfuTfamine ill that country and the untold suffer ing of millions of the people He spoke Of the twentyfive millions of widows of that land and of the great desire of the people to learn the English lan guage as they think it is the language of the greatest people or race upon the face of time earth and hold a largo convention with delegates of natives froiu all over India of over five thous and who could speak English fluently He said this was a sign that was break jug over that dark land One feature that helped to make the convention a success was the part the churches In time country took in making tho conven tion a success They took a day each and suppled tile delegates with sumptuous dinners at time City HallwhIch we all enjoyed to the fullest Four young ladles waited very politely Miss Lizzie Logan Miss Prances Brown Miss Net jSiYOUR HAIR TURNINGGRAY yourmnlrrorsayPDoes streaks of gray Are you pleased Do your friends of the same liRe show this low of power also guyhaIrwithout help while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when once the change begins jgers Hair I Vigor hair the color of youth It nerer fails It is lust as sure as that best melts snow or tbat water quenches fire It cleanses the also and prevents time formation of dandruff It feeds and nour- Ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu riant growth Ii stops the hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the aswell Ve lava a book on the Hair awl Scalp which joo may cbtala In oton rjaetu do Dot obtIJI all tb otellte JOu expecteit from the a e tIlo VlgorWrltr the Iltctnr bollt IL f AYE Lowell ilax t DO4LM5OWTILY fouRE Makes the food delicious and wholesomeI = 1MHKUt tie Helon and Mrs Nannie Mnrgau the last two made it their special care that I should have plenty for the cloister or innorman The delegate from this county were Rev W U Lloyd and wife Miss Ann Dejarnett Miss Alice Lloyd Prof John Y Fee and myself The convention was a complete succes every body enjoyed It immoncely ami we tender our thanks to time people of Simelbyvlil- eSpains Greatrst Need Mr n P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at Alken S C Weak nerves had caused severe pains In the back of his head On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Bloodand Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him lie says this grand medicine Is what lila country needs All America known that it cures liver and kidney trouble purifies the blood tones up the atom ach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and now life into every mucle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need it Every bot tie guaranteed only 60 cents Sold by Perry Thpinas Druggist 1 HARRY SOMMERS Refutes The Charge That Goe bells A GOltlblll In Words That Are Plain And Positive U You Will Not Believe The Mans Own Word J BELIEVE HIM FOR HIS WORKS SAKE Hon Harry Sommers says Senator Qoebel is not a goldbng nor has he even been one He did not help to put sUrer in the platform but even since it was put there he has as loyally supported it as any man in the party I supported Wat Hard in over him because he bad made tho first fight in Kentucky for silver but when I supported him it was with the deter mination to do all I could to secure his nomination and if I failed in that to support the man who deleated him in the convention If Senator Goebel had been a goldbng he would not have fought so hard and so brilliantly to elect Joe Blackburn the tending silver man in the State to the United States Senate when the Cleveland Adminis tratlon was against him unit the Cou rierJournal and the goldbugs were do ing everything in their power tOde feat him In 1890 when I had charge of time campaign in Kentucky I know of my personal knowledge that Senator Goe bel was very solicitous for the election of Mr Bryan that he tendered his tier vices to me to do all in his power and raised me more money to elect Bryan than any other man in the State His own county the home of Carllnle ave all increase Democratic majority due largely to lib personal effects In the campaign for the nomination for Gov ernor he declared in every speech be made that he was for BryanBIackburn and that he would not accept the nomi nation unless the Chicago platform was reaffirmed With this plain statement of facts I cant see how any one can call Goebel a goldbug Mr Bryan be lieves in him as a bimetallist Mr Blackburn believes in him and I add my belief to theirs That Throbbing llraiiache Whonld quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thotis ands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They made pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money hack if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 DOYLESVILLE Mr S P Bush of this place is im proving and will soon bo able to be out again Hisses Nannie and Katie Eadesof Red House spent a few days last week at their grandfathers Mr A P White and other relatives of this place Elmer G Hisle has arrived home from Mt Sterling Illinois whore ho has been enga ed as salesman in a shoe store with his brotherinlaw Mr J H Wells Evangelist WmS Maxwell ofWil more Ky recently assisted Rev W F Wyatt in a protracted meeting at the Methodist church at this place Twentyseven were added to the church and several converted DeWitfp Little Early Risers did me more good than medicines andotherpllhs writes Goo H Jacobs peasgifttion arouse the torpid liver to action and give you clean blood nerves a clear brain and a healthy appetite Perry Thomas REIPt TWAliLL Philadelphia Record I GoodreturnS from advertising secured Jn the same manner as other profitable results are attained in any lino of l umaif effort that is by keep lug at it Sporadic trails of the advertising columns of even the heat newspapers bring only intermittent gains A hoop which wabbles in its rotations over the ground does not of course follow a straight line and tli trades man will discover by observation and experience thatlu tho matter of adver tising lie must be aa regular und syste matte as iu the management of other departments of his establishment if ho bo anxious to keep on the direct road to success Kodol Dyspepsia Cure thoroughly dlKCsts food wlthwutalil from the Etom acl and at time same time heals and re orgnuiItihcss things and can be rolled nnvn to- ersUSpOHtI mire dypest3eytlUWti a ir t BAKING POWDER 1 MBIT GOES UP NEW YORK AND CHICAGO ARE ADVANCING PRICES Beef went up in price Wednesday about two cents a pound and all meats were advanced in sympathy There was no exception to the increase be cause all retailers are now supplied by the big Chicago slaughtering concerns through their loral brandies Res taurant men and hotelkoopers are nn easy at the present Increase and the prospect that the price will go even higher Following are some of the in creases week before Last last week ssiRoSeS steak 15 17 Rout rib beeffl 13 Prime roast SRound 08 Veal cutlern IS Leg of lamb It IC of muttonOg 10 Bacon i0 12 The Consolidated Ice Company has Increased the priceof ice to small ron sumers from 25 to 30 cents per 100 pounds It is not unlikely that the price will bestlll further increased Quickly cure constipation and rebuild systemmievertle Early Risers Perry Thomas TO COL BRE CKINRIDGE To our friend of the Lexington Herald we return our thanks for his ex pressed belief that we would not knowingly publish anything untrue that he may have that conviction made abso lutely certain we take pleasure In giv lug him the name of time leading polio tician to whom exGovBrown made the statement alter the convention that he intended to take time stump in Octo ber for Goebel and the ticket It is the Hon Frank Peak of this county Mr Peak is not only a leading politician but he is one of the best and truest of Kentucys young men A man whose word will be believed everywhere he is known and that means all over Ken tucky We did not feel at liberty to make use of Mr Peaks name until he himself had authorized it but as he furnished Judge Beckhatn of this city with a signed statement sustaining our charge against Brownwe take pleasure in giving time Herald the desired infor mation Now let Mr Brown explain that in terview with Mr Peak and if he can give his reason foj his change of mind Clias M Lewis in Shelby Sentinel Our bnby wassick for a month with severe cough and catarrhal fever Al though we tried many remedies alm- akeptgettingworso until we used Oim- eMiflute Cough Cureit relieved at once and cured her in a few days B L Nance Prin High School BlnfTdale Texas Perry Thomas Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point Contort The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn this Is to notify all concerned that the Chesapeake and Ohio railway has returned sale of tickets to Old Point Comfort and all points affected by the quarantine The bimonthly excnr shone to Old Point Comfort on the see ond and fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed commencing with the second Tuesday in September Bound trip tickets will be 15 limited to 21 days For full information write G W BAXNEY Div Pass Agent Lexington Ky A wellknown and wellposted Re publican politician from Monroe county wits In Glasgow yesterday and when nked How many bolters are there iu your county said There is not A single one over there thpt I know of On the other hand I believe Goebel is gaining recruits from the Republican ranks every day on account of the part the Louisville fc Nashville Railroad Company is taking in this fight If presentin Republican ticket will be swiped from the face of the earth in November When I get to Louisville I intend to go around to the Republican headquarters and advirie them to shake off the L N people if possible If they dont Goebel will wipe up tho earth with usGlaagow News c UMMERCATARRH f Ctltu Ihs forth tn e4utt t is matt frevolt t in tki lummtr monlkt ii caIki ftunmtr catarrh Itsurprisesmanythat bowel trouble is catar rhal Dr Hartmana books make this plain Write to the Perun Medicine Co Columbus 0 for them They tell all about catarrh and how PcTUn mired it wherever located Ihad chronledlakTh for flfteem year writes Ur T E UUer Grand Prairie Tex I trledtf HIdoctoralvain Peruna was recom mended and it relieved and cured me at once Mr John llartlng 633 Main St Cincinnati O writvs wife and ilmyself took your Pc runa chronic dlar t rhoca and it cured vs No doctor or medicine helpedFlMr Edwrd wornmclc Ledbetter Tex writes Peruna for bowel unequalledbf rlencc I owe my life to Pcrutin and shall aiwayrf recom mend it to those suffer 1rhas I was Mr John Edgdrton iO2OTh1d Ave Altoontt pat wy t I sutervd frrir- 1vtisntar for I W- utmMk1dwWI 0 J r i KK f1fII t fNERYOUSWEAKDISEASED NOCURENOPAYTIlE 6 pozitiyely W Sexual dUeaie It it the remit of year experience in tho treatment offthese dlieatef i 3 WE CURE SYPHILIS E This terrible Blood Poison the terror f ofmankind 1eIdi readily to our 4EW MercuryPotiuheta Ifyou hare moran In the month or tongue paint in the joints oro throat hair or i eyebrows falling oatpimples or blotthrv I stomach derangement sore eyen head 3 tarefft mort obstinate caici and challenge the world for a enie we accept for treatment and cannot cure By our treatment the palilldlIJ8Imarriage s pouiblo and pae 3 CURES GUARANTEED Thonfandi of yocng and middleaged appeiJiyworry etc No mnattfth oanrc ourM I WECURElMPQTENCYpAndroitorenll reflIncitedl among men Every cane ii treated mdi ridnally no fareall brace our wonder tel rncceiv No matter what ails yon If consult ni eonfidentially We can fin nih bank honda to guarantee to aecom H plUhiruat we claim W 250000 CURED g EMISTOYSVAIIICOCELE DiSCUARI1E I tONSULTATJON IREI BOOES FREE If unable to call writ for QtESTIOV BLANK fur HOME TREATMENT DRI KENNEDY KERGAN f 122WFourthSt P CINCINNATI O qi gv3K K For Rcnt bytlfrsyear possession given July 1st J E GUKKNLEAF Assignee niy31tf We HavB amnThem Cut The Price In Two Our Reduction Shoe Sale hRs just opened We are offering unmatched bargains in Shoos for Men Women anti Children Never before were Shoes sold at such prices and t The Best of Shoes To be had We are making room forour immense stock of Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter 5 Think of These 4 00 Mens Shoes going at S3 00 3 00 Mens Shoo going at 2 TO 3 00 Ladies Shoes goingat 225 2 00 Ladies Shoesgolng I A large assortment qf La dies Oxfords just thekind every Lady wants At prices that will suit time poorest pocketbook Come early and get your pick Rich Goods at Poor Prices Freeman Bros RICHMOND KY augZly Florida0 Havana Is Solid trains finest In the South Cincinnati to H Jacsonvhhie dzy via the Queen am Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa MtenI or rrv Orleans with fast Steamer Service gi to Nassau Key Vcst Havana Santiago and g San Juan Low rats round trip tickets TIu TIn service u pcr S feet in detail Fast schei ules t4 hours to Jackson r1 t 1CIncinnati toIt- c3Js v EK1 J fC3 1ICt 11M a eeesnneeaeseS3es e- e 0 1 0 00 E THIS WEBKSe SI JJ SpBciDll8Dd rs I11 s ae- Sea DoT FORGET IT 0 a i 5 5II I 1 Reduced PricesL H exavehM 5a ot aX 5S c TVr mm Y t a5 550R 5S Se55e ec Choice Styles in Lawns Dimities WashH Irepons Piques Ginghams and Percales All going at SLAUGH eo TEn PRICES S e ann nsaa 5SOSillJi11J m iIiIIt IthBp3 e 5I S e e c OUT PRICES ON ALL I ainUMMER UNDERWEAR I S 5 5CS Ie s Womens Tan and Black Oxfords regular c 5 See i price 150 call be purchased in the next TEN DAYS forSlOO All otherS S 1 re duce de0sS e s jjfJ i1nnml llBiJBs e IeS All sIzes gOOd quality ata N COST And remcmbei our Glpthing Stilts comphStc at 553 s Wholesale Prices S o SeS SSS cflij0 E Mi mIiit j11JL 0 cue SIO Take advantage of this Re 0 c sS5 ductioaSale Come to J 1GssS e 3 Keesf when you want tosSS save money Respectfully Otl c co v Sbti- OSsa soS- GSs SC OWEN IcKEE- s I 4 I t h 1 e 0 OS- Se455 ft f t t i i s t i j it 1 1 iltH eli J rlt r 1t P c= f de+ I REPAIRING WATCHESA NUMBER 12 ki zi 7 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY r BriZ 11 Duu i 1 Bright R Ir1j r t1- Never before have such goods been displayed in Richmond 4 as can be found at my place of business J Bedroom Suites Dressers Rockers and in fact evecything to be found in a First ri k Class Furniture House These goods i are rare because of styleexceptional because of PRICE i i r J key and go pay out S60 or 70 for a ma chine when you can buy one for half P l that price You can get a machine like the above cut with which we will give guarantee for 20 25 8 2r150 thing to please our customers 4 Cows Av axA see vex 220222 W Main Street NIGHT DAY PHONE PHONE 23 23RICHMOND KY zif BEAUMONT COLLEGE HARRODSBURS KT String Mnile Director Grad Boy Cot et Mnilr JInnlrh sjijiGronnds JJ acer unaurpvopd America for brantr It students toye pmeiited more than State ft It lUflued home Number limited Term reasonable TU SMITH Tree Alumlniuof Unltlr Va I No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No Detention From Business Danger Failures and Pay ti1Ji Unless Cured Time Surgeons knife and burning plasters antI the horrible crude methods i heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has been forever displaced by tho advent of Dr Registers New Serum and Anteseptie fluid treatment discovery works a new cram medical science and sufferers Irom Can La pure Ulcers Tuniors GoitreAnd Fistula can certainly be cured without tho horrible torture attending the quack and ignorant methods in vogue for n century UVIr lifty well defined eases without a failure is the evidence to prove thin merit of this important medical discovery This new treatment is time result of n thor ough scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on the most rigid scion tItle principles FEMALE DISEASES Dr Red stcr holds gold medals from leading medical colleges for proficiency in diseases of wOmen and for the past ten years confined his practice to fe male sufferers IIi discoveries Of recent date for the euro of malignant diseases i is due to the great increase ofcancer of the womb and iemalo breast A well equipped sanitarium is employed by him at 100 Court street where his ontiro time is to and malignant diseases Ifsutturlng from auy disease peculiar to women or ary manner of malignant growth DC sore write a full and concise statement of your case and get an honest expert rjiiiiiou free Cures cau be made at home Address v oect ir106 Court Street Memphis Tenn seND us ONE DOLLARIII- C tklU e iAnd4iS u Jt IUWM a Wei7 Ira I qciiu rmuM OKUI bn HUC o P htuitlw ToaeairCTtmnrtiw H at joiirBcareet freight uepov saul nuaniml txaxUj reprr r le l equal to orcaiu thVI retail at Ct U IvwwUMfKaUHt Taltu xoatreruir ansi farlx rUuuiorgaiuadTerUced byottian at raor moner th rreiybt ajrenl Mr ayrvlal 4arv ler price 93175 leu UIItIO or SILtS and freight charge lll15ISWRSPfCUl9fIAYS PRICE ner Cich iia was mever wade benro TIlE ACME UEEN aoreofrantDteaD3WltITi-uieii IsraI r4 From the uluatraItn bowawbili- IeSigraed direct from a photoerraplsyoa toxaume tleso its aiiruL Made from oll Barter aa eeL II usiisdshnMorsiydrorussiJereSpeoik late IC3 MTle situ ACU cress ll 0 feet t ah r u rj lnithSwmls Lust welhi 30 peIUlll IW itun i i itcUTe tipi as olloCT tIpSaS m l nIA NdII CiiwiS e SwsI CIe9UM ffrv 54 Tt HmuMSOtUra tauea iTu Swf 1 craM Olrt b Hl Wt UrrktltrU 7ai ro usslrr Os ttti t tfJ111iro bct kdia fP7 U I Sot W fUraterlrT 4MiairlMteJUul l M i atcau iisvs Mea ii l Sot a at MC T pisins IlT Ss M1 p OrtbItl lni lIfFJr UtIn thSSiiSnSCrusiO Iniintoena UfIll i5 ftillo1uIIUta1JuIIowob tlInd Cnrei lraILr iri nIs E so a1JIK N Mflrilbnd a lLt tavetsd h Yrewh mirror nickel fskki IJRI faia- wjaskry inura iu11rovSlnat Wi rmpws ttssi it W4eia ItrucUiGOAAANTl J25 YEARt Itb r n Jftii Iltereu55 r tit It fwZhare Try oesissnies Q age Jawt11 rtnl 7nor money you are aot lcIlos4ir 1 UJ1 1 VIu i JMa 11uI IuuOk70lIr ort a lfY II i II rfrAllLELANEd I11You JjISINEVILLEMOBERLEY 117SInnlrllt 1tANo No No This cur TU mta fWlEhulr lljIIOIt1riUSIllI rir t1 ktn f rn ra t Ii r eltaC7th oooIcr r tiC OJI 9 lu IIT hi3li3SSj 1114 iC1L 5Lpi In s r J IiUIC tt oV I1 lb iy M i aI ih lI 1 liP Ii F T w 1 r I r ttCc K j iItj Pr ntShDwstt =h i i I The Richmond Climax Ill41fTC Attoclste Editor WEDNESIAYAUGUSP23 1899 j rUULUIKKlI EVER WEDNDAYi- YPho Climax Printing Co 411uc1 PEU YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET v FOR OOVEUNOH lION WILLIAM GOE1JEL- OK KENTON COUNTY ft ron LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR nECKAMIVolt ATIXHISRY 1RNEUAL- K J ItRKOKlNRIDGK OF liOYLK OUNTY 1OU AUDITOR GUS COUIHKK OF QUAVBS COUNTY FOR TREASURERS W HAGEn OF BOYD COUNT KOU SKORETARY OF STATE CALIW 15RECK1NIUDE HILL OF CLARK COUNTY lion COMMISSIONER O- FNNALI AGRICULTURE OF JKKFKRSON COUNTY FOR SUrT OF IUJILIC INSTUCTION H V McCHESNEV OF L1VINGTON COUNTY FOR RAIUIOAD COMMISSIONER 3DHIST COb A W HAMILTON OF MT STERLING FOR RErRKSENTATIVB lION W W COMBS MADISON COUN- TYANNOUNCEMENT FOR JUDGE We arc authorized to announce JUDGE JOhN U CHBNAULT a candidate for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party POE CLEBK We are authorized to announce ARCH KA V ANA uon DOTY for County Clerk sucject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY BURN a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D It TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party MIject to the action of the Democratic partyI FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAG BllS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic parly We are authorized to announce JOHN W 11ALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic are aethorized to announce MARTIN OBNTHY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county object to the action of the Democratic imrty Weare authorized to announce P B IIROAD countyIFOR 8RSoa We aro authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison oeunty subject to tie action of the Demo cratic party- are authorized to announce JAR L IIAKKll a candidate for Assessor of Madison eeaaty subject to the action of the Demo cratic Irty We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOIANIJ a candidate for Assessor of Madison euuuty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce G W DHATIIKICAGB a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are Authorized to announce I1UD DUNN of tlietllade District a candidate for Assessor subset to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are autbnriuxl to announce JAMES CLAOKKY a candidate for Jailer of Madison roiinly bubj ct to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce PETER O PAKIUSH a candidate for Jailer of Madison eminly subject to the action of the Democratic ate authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jsilerof Madison county for cue term only subject to the action of the DoHiucratlc iHtrty POE CIIIBP op roLleR Wo are authorized to announce EVERETI IlKUltY fur Chief of Police for the City of I Rklimund subject to theaction of the Demo cratic Party 4 We are authorized to announce J II ALL MAN a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J D FEENY r a candidate for tho office of Chief of Police of Richmond Ky subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR 1 We are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS oUr leading tailor a candidate for Councilman in the Court House Precinct sub ject to the action of the Democratic party J ChBrovierCoi LKXINGTON KY I Moderatej 1 Priced 1 Bed IrImpopular Clillfiniiur Folding I IeIIits a 1oulohlIllIlt of the mObt J progiuSbive factories and put with 1illtlie roach of every home a safe convenient comfortable piece of furniture jSafeBecause there are no weights no springe mi complicated machinery required to nponite iu I Convenient Because you can put a mattress pillows and the bed clothing required for the coldest weather make it np ready for occupancy then fold it out of the wa- yComfortable t Because r it has just the samo springs and mattress that a more expensive bed t line and they are good i Desirable Because thoy are so reasonable Wo liavo tliuin In Oak or Imported Mahogany i for 12 S15 SlU ansi 20 C1F1BroerCo11 flMAIN AND BROADWAY LEXI1TQJy- U lr J 9 t1 + Ci H 1 GOT MCCBKIKY will speak at Cyn thiaua next Monday No one is doing better work for the regular ticket than our own exGovernor who was a dele gate to tho Louisville Convention AT this time when there seems to bo- n disposition on the part of the Repub lican party to force gold monometallism on the people the icport of the Direc tor of the Mint showing that the U S has fallen tote third position among the iiatioIn gold producing power offers foou for reflection to those who would take this rash step CAPTAIN En Li HINES bolter nomi nee lor for Secretary of State is thor oughly fitted to be a candidate on the Bolters ticket He began bolting Democratic tickets in Warren county when John Rheas father was running for Congress and ho consistently kept it up until John Rhea was old enough to run himself and then he bolted John JOHN C DUClEOE of Kenton county has bolted nearly every Democratic ticket offered in his cily and county in the last 10 years and bolted Bryan in 189G ills consistency cannot be questioned for he is now bolting a bolting city ticket in Covington He is against George 1 Davidson for Mayor as well as tigninst the Democratic nominee whoever he may be rompleteItadminittratim the early revision of the election laws the enactment of pro gressive legislation affecting the bnnl nnes interests of Kentucky and the honest end economical conduct of the State government The above is not from a Democratic but from a Republican paper the Lou isville Commercial Onr bolter friends can now see just what the Brownmove ment if successful will lead to JUDGE J W GREENE adjourned court At Burlington to make a political speech at Wilhamstowu last Monday The Judge went over to skin the editor of the Williamstown Courier County Judge J H Westover but if the Ciucinnati Enquirero report of the skinning is correct ExGovernor Jas B McCreary who had an appointment thero in behalf of the Democratic ticket did the job and the Judge was the man who got skinned The Louisville Dispatch the organ of the antiGoebel people had no report of this meeting B J Newlon in Owenton News IT will bo interesting and instructive to known what thelonding Republican paper of Kentucky the Commercial has to say of the Bolters convention The Deinocnttic convention held at Lexington yesterday had its peculiar ities It was a rather incongruous mixture as to tire sentiment which controlled it of earnest and honest pro test against the political outrage per petrated in this city a few weeks ago and of purchased indignation that was plainly under the orders of the agents of a powerful railicay corporation operating within the limits of this State The leaders of the antiGoebel movement are in the main sincere and patriotic A great many of the clncquers at Lex ington yesterday were employed to mate a noite which was absolutely icUJiout signifi cance as an indicatimi of Democratic senti matt TilE CLIMAX is glad to note that where over Mr Goebel speaks many who had therptofore been opposed to him are coming forward anti giving him the right hand of fellowship pledging to him their undivided support and are heard to raise their voices iu commen dation when prior thereto they had only spoken of him in words of con demnation We hope the same may be true in regard to those in Madison county who now oppose him Most of tile opposition in Madison to Mr Goebel is from as good and true men as live in the county A sense of duty prompts them to this course and we feel confl dent should they become satisfied that they were In error they would have the manhood to say so and would thereafter be as faithful as any of the satisfied It is well known that tho CLIMAX Yen bitterly opposed to Mr Goebel and its opposition we doubt not originated from the same source to a great extent as those here now opposing him We now believe he is a much abused and foully misrepresented man We believe him to be a patriot ever ready to battle for the peoples interest and it affords us great pleasure to support him and we trust that those of our good citizens who oppose him may shortly know the pleasure of standing by noble a leader IT is a pity that their idol is a thing of clay and false the altar that they kneel before but our bolter friends must know the truth sooner or later that John Young Brown was an active can didato for the nomination whichwas given to William Goebel He declared himself a Goebel man all the time of the convention but he kept agents busy endeavoring to secure the withdrawal of either Goebel HardIn or Stone in his favor This is a fact which can be at tested by such men as Mr R F Peake Dr Ben McClaskey of Spencer county Senator Newton Frazier of Shelby county Congressman Wheeler of the First Kentucky district and Mr Ed ward Leigh formerly Mr Browns pri vate secretary and now a supporter of Goebel and the Democratic ticket Falling to secure tho nomination him self Mr Brown declared he would support the ticketbut at the same time declared that he would be a candidate against Blackburn for election to the United States Senate Satisfied of the impossibility of attaining that ambition a great light burst upon him and he offered himself to lead the bolt for considerations of conscience and the vote of the Republican representatives in the next election of a United States Senator John Young Brown disappointed officeseeker has a clear title to a place on the bolters ticket GOEBEL AND THE L i N FORD KY Auut 16 1899 Editor Path Democrat There was a railroad freight agent or Eolictor for the L N named GrifllnIn our office this morning who plainly stated that we identifying himself with the L N were trying to and intended to beat Goebel for Governor Of course the farmer the shipper the merchant will see that his interests lie in the reasonable and proper restraint and limitations oc the rates of freight else wise tho railroads will simply eat out the land We can not afford this I was wondering 11 tho railroad em ployes knew the struggle Mr Goebel made for them in the Legislature at last and other cessions I am a friend of employes r stood by the bojsI when the IL c etc wanted to e charge them without pay If thero is in all the land a pnrsuit calling for the highcBt manliness courage and chival ry if there is one that has developed heroes it is the one that operates our ruilromld From Iie operator who tlotCIi the tlcHvfLJlloiiloiiStrltairet tiro c itJr l c JJ f tz train dispatcher andconductor down to the humble flagman brakeman the calling calls for fidelity capacity and heroism It is a dangerous calling Mr Goobol tried and measurably suc ceeded in throwing around these mi n the safety and protection of law He went further evell than I would golie stretched justice in a proposed law for the protection of these men and th5r families Yes I wonder If these nitih who if Goebel is beaten will be sacrificed Sri their account will be driven to destroy their friend I can not believe It If the railroad emploves go back on the men who try to protect them by lag then they are slaves indeed and what I have said of their fidelity and heroism I will have to take back I am no enemy to railroads They are a part of the property of the coun try and a great interest but is it unrea sonable to limit the power of the powerful That is the essence of Demo cracy the safety of the employed class Thinkwell then you who propose by your action to surrender all rights even to right of voting to corporate power and greed Be warned Else the power that enslaves the farmer and merchant enslave you also- I might have thought it but Griffin gas but Mr Milton Smith with boldest eflronteiy has proclaimed the same intent I would persecute uo interest all interests are in a sense allied but all men and those fictions of men called corporations should bo under the rca sonable restraints of law J if Tnosi- AsMINISTERS TRIBUTE TO WM GOEBEL Tells How he Was Approached By an L N Attorney CRUEL ATTACKS UPON- DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE Have Awakened Indignation and Rallied Many Supporters MT STKKLINO KY Aug19Ret W T Tibbs of this city one of the ablest and best mon in Kentucky bay ing been invited by County Chairman II R Prewitt to introduro Mr Goebel Monday and being unable to be here writes this strong indorsement of tho Democratic noniineeifor Governor from Red Sulphur Springs W Va John Young Brown was one of our best Governors During his public career from hisfirst speech to the re cent day of vacillating weakness when he slipped and fell I followed him with interest and admiration as is my cus tom and sought nil information bear ing on his life and character and made measurement of the real man I know himI know William Goebel With the assurance of knowledge I affirm that the life of William Goebel from child hood to this stormy hour of battle has always moved on a more elevated plane and has developed a far nobler character He is a man to trust When the truth has shamed to silence tile weary libeler the slanderer and the calumniator this heroic man will not only be trusted but loved as well Not since the days of Andrew Jackson has such a Democratic lender stood on the fiery front of battle to wake all the fury of his foes aud to evoke the death less devotion of his friends Since the Louisville convention I have met two typical advocates The first to accost me was a stranger of intellectual force and insinuating man ners lIe gently unfolded before me an appalling picture of the moral turpi tude of Goebol and against it he told a fascinating story of the shining virtues of all the men in his part cf the State who were against the Democratic ticket for the purpose of placing the Republican candidates in power lie asseverated that all the good men were against Goebel A happy coincident enabled me to learn that be was on the payroll of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company Ho took me for a virtue Silence suddenly settled upon him Alter reflection he came to assure me the 1 and N railroad was not using as much money in this campaign or taking as active a part as some peo- plesupposedMy Ii interviewer was a distin gulshed minister of the Gospel for a generation a conspicuous figure in religious enterprise in Kentucky known and loved by thousands even beyond the borders of tho State To his aux ious inquiry I replied that it was claim ed that all the good men in Montgom ery county whito and black were against the Democratic ticket but there were enough sinners in Montgomery county to make some noise for GoebelBlackburn and Democracyjthat not being myself invested with the crystalline virtue and elevated piety that characterizes the opposition was not a bit too good to vote the Democratic ticket and that probably many ofthe saints would fall from grace and enter the ranks of ns sinners The grand old minister then inform ed me be had taken little interest in politics for many years but ho had been aroused by the false and cruel at tacks upon Mr Goebel to make a thor ough investigation which resulted in his thorough and adherent adhesion to the Democratic cause He declared that no public man had yet bolted whose private life or public record would com pare favorably with Mr Goebels that in his part of the State the character of the opposition to Mr Goebel had fired the indication of the people i that more than the usual Democratic majority was assured for the ticket that Goe bels victory would be signal and glor ious of which he was fully worthy And so may it bcl Iu the language of that elequent old Confederate whose worthy feet are safe in the pathway that leads frpia Wood ford to Washington He that dallies is a dastard And he that doubts is damned 11W A fIBnsI Fine Location For Summer Resort Why does not some local capitalist erect a hotel at Boonesboro and convert that famous spot one of the loveliest in the county into a summer resort It has the water the shade the river the turnpike all at hand with the prestige of the first settlement of Kentucky to make tills the most notable resort in this section There is a fine sulphur and salt well with an exhaustless supply a gushing spring of pure water the identical source of snrply to the pioneers in Boones Fort a century and more ago and the cluster of beautiful forest trees that produce the densest shade and make the spot as cool as any in Kentucky Families go there occasionally to camp out or to board at the farm liousop ncaiby and they do tIny there LJ a scheme on foot to eroct a hotel there It seems tOGS that this Is atIM PERSONAL Prof R E Roberts of Jackson is here for aIw days i lJi Lucy Miller Wootenof Alriarillp Texas is visiting Mm Robert Miller Mrs Richard Chandler of Waco Texas is the guest of rsGIt Will ging HonJ A uJIiatJisb c from the White Mountains where lie spent a month Mfss Mayhiib RayburnTof Eoxiiigtbn is visiting Miss HallieCanipbellt at 1J jPalut LIck Mrs yrWiyaviSf and tyqBons of Campbellsvillo are tbd guests S Parrish y Mr Richard Gentry Jr has accepted a position with n hard war o company at Nashville i uJ Mrs Ellen Perry and two grandchildren of Jessamine are guests of Mrs Henry Perry Mrs Ben liohladayand son Dye Qf Clark is visiting Mr JJ P Brown at White Station Mr George Allen has returned to Tennessee after a visit to bis brother Bean Allen Silver Creek ExRepresentative Jos A Hum phreys and wife of Fayettearo the guests of Mrs C D Chenanlt Mr W D Oldham is back from the East whore he went to purchase a tremendous fall stock for the Busy Beo Mrs Harriet Campbell returnc lon day from Shelby county and is visiting her daughter Mrs James Deatherage Mr H P Reid left Thursday for a weeks visit to his mother in SIfcj Ster ling Miss Katie Smith is at home from a weeks visit to Miss Willie May Denny at ManseMr Schoolfield who hiss been the guest of Air Neale Bennett for several week left Sunday forMa home in Bcllvuo Ky Mr and Mrs Lan Body Fred and Alex Rocker came np from Cincinnati Srindayandspent the day with Capt and Mrs J D Feeny MrTS Gibson of Gibson Station Va who has been the guest for a week of his sons Dre H R and W M GUi Bonr has returned home Mr John R Gibson heRon Monday for New York and Pittsburg where his fine mare Maude Emperor will contest for a big purse this week Mr Casey M Owsley is reported ill of lung troubled in Lexington which will be learned with regret by this many Richmond friends Mr and Mrs Eli Evans Mr and Mrs D S Harber and Mr and Mrs C E Woods leave tomorrow for a weeks outing at Boonesboro sulphur well Miss Lillian McClnreof SedaliaMo granddaughter of Curtis Field1n his day one of the foremost citizens of Madison county is visiting Mrs Curtis F Moberley Mr and Mrs Harry B Hanger en tertained in honor of Miss Fant of Fleinincsburg at Hotel Iroquois Sault Ste Marie Michigan the affair being one of the swbllest of the season Mr John H Chandler is at Atlantic City lor a few days with Prof Gordon Paxton Mr Chandler will conduct the Whitley County Teachers Institute bolero returning Mr and Mrs George W Taylor ar rived laffyeek from BntteiCity Mont and are visiting Mrs Taylors parents Mr and MnuWm McCojd Thoy are accompanied by thjJir two bright daughtersMr Annstrongof XI15 returned homo last week alter a pleasant visit to his sister Mrs M Riebardsor Mr Armstrong was formerly resident of this county laying moved to Texas twentythree years ago Will Ed Cabel of Middles borough Captain of a company in the new 31 Regiment was here Friday en route to Ft Thomas He is destined for Manilla whither the best wishes of a host of friends accompany him That was an elegant party of Cincin nat ladies who spent two days on their coaching tour of the Blue Grass with Mr and Mrs C D Chonault Mrs Pattie Selmes Misses Campbell Eck stein and Wvnley They traveled in a coach and tour via Lexington Rich mondShakertown and through Wood ford county Among the guests at EsUll Springs from this place Sunday werelJrs Letitia Broomfield Miss Mary Spencer Smith J 0 Chcnault and family D M Chenault and family J R Porter and family W W Watts and family E V Elder and family Mrs C F Burnam Messrs D H Myers Louu fichleeel R R Burnam E T Burnara J S Smith and Joe Giuncliig- lianiRiELIGIovs Protractod meeting at Glade church commencing on Sunday Rev S A Owens will conduct union services at Second Presbyterian church Sunday night Rov Jas Bailey will preach at Mt Pleasant church next Sunday at 11 rt m oclock and at Clays Ferry at 4 p m oclock Rov John Abbott a graduate of Central University will preach Sunday morning at the Second Presbyterian Church Everybody is invited to come and hear him He is a consecrated eloquent and earnest young minister and has many friends in this city BIRTHS JUNLACK To tho wife of Mr9j Gunlack of Kansas City Mo on July 30 a 10 pound son The proud father writes He gives promise of being a vocalist and footballist Mrftfunlack is practicing law at 83S7 New York Life Building Kansas City and will tIe glad to see his Richmond friends there at any time LOCAL More Soldiers WllnledITHE EDITOR CLIMAX Lt K M Shearer 37 U S Vol In fantry will be in Richmond Kyat the Hotel Glyndon on Friday August r25 1899 for the purpose of enlisting men for his regiment jvhich Is now in the Philippines These men are to fill Vacancies now existing in tho regiment trodwill be sent directly to Manilla tPhilippine Islands by the way of Cln iinnatl Columbus Ohio and San Fran iecoAl1 able bodied white mate citi tens between tbo ages of 18 and 35 ears who ire desirous of enlisting ivill be examined upon application to Win on the date named DR M 0 HEATH Examining Surgoon OficningJlr n II Lar Evey C1dia ja Silver Llhingi 2clouds of6adboOd enveloping luonanity haws A stiver lining in the shape of A specific to remove them Ills Hoods SzrsAparfla Americas Greatest Micidrer which drives out sE impurities from the Mood of either sex or Any aye Why ho is For JSocbcl to A prominent itizeufValley Vibwi made this frank statement yesterdays WheifGoeJjfil wa3 hpminatedlOsaill il w uldnt support hiin Since then my name line been industriously JfrcaJ hated as an eqemyxjf tHe B inocratio ticket and tho Republicans eecni So re joiced overitthatl am dctcruiiucJoy- oto for the entire Goebol ticket ns T will not allow my disappointment to play into the 1Ialldof my lifelong political enemies My vote for Brown could result in nothing but tire contin uance of Republican misrule in Ken tucky and I am too tired of that to bo responsible for its prolongation of Teachers Association Ifeacher association of Million Mag isterial District will bo heM at Antoicli church on Tates Creek pike Saturday August 26 Dinner ou tho ground Every body invited Win begin promptly at 10 oclock PROGRAM Devotional Exercises Music Address of Weleol11eGCSlockor Response J L Comb Music Address to patrons and Trustees JesseCobbIDist Library Mrs C D Turner Mrs John Flora Miss Jaiica Feland and A J Milliou JleccsI Greatwt Needs of thePnblic Schools Jomes Sanders Prof Clark DinnerAfternoon American Citizenship Hon V B Smith Reason Why all tho Brances Should be Taught to Every Iupi1hissns- Hattie Taylor Minnie Heathen Addle Clark and Alma Whittock Music 8Ch00111lhss MuslcIRelation of Teaohor to Morals of the Community Prof LV Dodge- C F IIKOCIK VicePrceident TONIGHT Hart thcLaugh King in the Wonderful Hypnotic Demonstrations Tonight our citizens will be given their first opportunity of witnessing what has been declared by both the press and public to be the best exhibi tion of hypnotism given when Hart begins n four nights engagement at tho opera house with lila wonderful hyp notic demonstrations Attonights performance Hart will put the man ho buried under 1 feet of earth for GO hours at Frankfort in a hypnotic sleep from which he will not awaken for two days and nights At tho close of the enter tainment the fclcepiug man will bo transferred to some prominent store antI placed in tire window where ho will remain without food or water until Friday night ii IIAET 8 HCSIAJT BRIDGE The advance sale for tonight is already very largo and one of the largest audiences of the season is promised Every paid ticket reserved before C p m will admit one lily free tonight UEF1 P M TOMOUKOW Hart wilt have a committee of prom mont citizens go from the window where the hypnotized man is sleeping and hide a blank envelope in a lock box at the post office antI then hide the key anywhere in town that they windoIfind the key go to the poet office find the box unlock it find the blank en velope and deliver it to the person to whom it is addressed on the inside Ring the Bell Soltly Theres Crapo on the Door On the morning of the 17th inst at 1 a m thero passed into the Great Be yond one who was much beloved by tho community iir which she lived Her gentle spirit and deeds of loving kindness will live on and on forever and the memory of her pure and stain less life will make fragrant and beauti ful the lives of othereonls who in this world have felt tho ennobling touch of hers In Gods great universe nothing is lost That life which like a richly odorous flower lends perfume other flowers will penal not butbloom and bless the years unborn In the lovely montlj of roses the fairest of all tho twelve balmy rune when nature puts on lior bridalrrobe and heaven stoops down and kistes earth Mattio 0 Reed was born in tho old Reed homestead at Millers Cfbek KyM Juno 25 1860 In the sunny morn of life hud in her twentieth year she gave her heart and hand to the late B C Neal and the fair and gentle maiden became the loving patient wife To this union WCK born four children Shelton JorduLeslie and little Kate Bereft of her husband in the spring ofjl891Mrs Neal was leffa widow with tim care and management faJargo estate dud the education and Tearing of ber four fatherless children With that sublime courage born of her BOX in lifeD darkest hours sTiQ bravely faced the now responsibilities which confronted her and mastered tho situa tion On tbe evening of December 24th 1800 the time of all the year when high anti low rich and poor prince and beggar are found in closest touch and- a mysterious something makes ths whole world kin Mrs Mattie C Neal was lad to the altar by the rev VF demons of Clark county Ky This neandIa c of bliss and love no Interruption know tilt Coil whose ways are uisc ealJtj j her gentle eplfit home lu ike IwulUuUiUle vhurel l frtrf 1 i7 iLh lJ 10 J w m our inajesticgnvor whore happy birds fill day with melody and fragrant flowers exhale their rsweeteet breath atvaitingtho resurrection morn now sleeps tiieforinfthiIs noble Christian woman There li no deathl An angel form Walks oer the earth with silent tread Us bears our best loved friends sway And then wo call them deadl 4ntercr neariz thongheenT- heirdear immortal spirits tread For all tho boundless universe jlSifoerUiera are nodeail Jl 1r Aug 20 1S99 Millers Creole Ky Winchester papers pleasojcopy btiIhstiiUlTy thClnbthau last fJ 1 10t Lt ikebode4fio a yes at nlr tYlebnt they go awa broke t r5 zVniiglity oiIwg that tle Lord does not enforce tho law as H-er SS v p against Ananias CORRESPONDENCE WAG llSVILLR Estill county Prof U Itayburn of Bcrea spoke bcrotTuc6day night rotations are being circulated in Estill to tako a vote on local option- A difficulty took place nRoss Creek Loe county Friday last between Jab Freeman ou one side and S B Gumm and Wm finder on the other Freeman stabbed Cumin in the arm and leg and Radcr in the uieck and breast whereupon Uadr shot Freemsn in tho back as ho ran away This shot it is thought will prove fatal PAINT LICK JIIss Lota Feelnnd is tho guest of Miss Florence Lackey G C Farris of Kifksville was here Sunday couitin with trace Miss Lila Taylor of Richmond is tho pleasant guest of Mrs Hudson MrsA UI of Reubies hiol6 visiting her parents at thisiilace i If qnitweek Miss Fannie Tdrkes is fpemlfng the week with her uncle Mr Jathes Parkes at Kingston Miss Patsey Cornclison will be the guest of friends hero from Thursday until Tuesday W B Jones Jr was trading horses and coquetting in the Fort Estill neighborhood Saturday UoilNrTo thtrvvifoof GabrielSaltcr on tho 21st inst bouncing ten pound boy christened William Goobel Salter It L Arnold delivered to Jako Rob mann of Lancaster last weok 40 two year old cattle that averaged 1100 pouuds Dr C E Poyntz who has boon nursing a swollen face for several days caused by an onslaught of tire kifs big bug has about recovered Mrs B M Ixmr and daughters and Miss Lucilo Itainsey who have boon recuperating at Dripping Springs for several weeks returned homo today Miss Grace Tudor of Crab Orchard who has been visiting Mr and Mrs Shumate will not return boom for several days on atxountof smallpox at that placo The wheat trust composed of Jack Adams Bigo Iwtridgo ned Henry Mooro have about bought all the wheat in this section at prices ranging from to C5 cents Tho Paint Lick base ball team will cross bats with tho Lancaster nine on the homo grounds Saturday afternoon Cone out all ye Paint Lick people and n itncss a good gamo Mrs E1 Ballard bought 180 acres of land one milo north of Stanford on tho Lancaster and Stanford pike at jO per acre and will move thereto with her family noxt week The Rev Edwards Qf the Riehruond began a protracted meeting at Mt Tabor church Sunday evening which will continue until Tuesday the 29th at which time and place tho association meets Mn Ike Arnold of Curtersville sold 170 acres of land last week to B Allen for SlOOO Mr Thomas Higginbotham also sold 50 acres of his farm to E G Creech of Clay county at S17DO per acre The Tales Creek Association meets at Mt Tabor hurcb next Tuesday 29 lasting two days Tho memTJers have made ample preparations to entertain all guests Dinner will be served on the grounds each lay Miss Mayme Elliott the attractive daughter of the Rev Milton Elliott of Mayfield that formerly of Kirk svlle pissed through hero Monday en route to Kirksvllle where she will be the guest of friends this week Hows ThIs We offer Quo Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo wired by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CJlENEY Co Props Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm DruggIstsToIecloWALLDINO KISNAN MASVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nallyvacting directly upon the blood systemPricegists Testimonials free Halla Family Pills are the best ang2lm INNUTRITIOUS FEED Is responsible for more poor looking stock tbait insufficient feed is The prices quoted below aro for the best Hay and Oats afforded by the markets of the whole country We use the utmost care iu the Boloctiqn of grain etc and otter only such asAb ia best condition Mixed oatsL SScpor bushel WbiteOats40c per bushel Good bright timothy hay roc alwlo- Sitipstuff TOciperhunijed E c iPOr SaleI have thirty acres of standing com for sale Purchaser can feed same on farm For further- partieuiarscall on fir address OEO DEATHEBAaE aug233w Red House Ky PUBLIC SALE As agentsDd attorney In fact for the heirs at law of Terry Ov Perkins decd I will on Sawiaj Seplssler 16 1B9 beginning at 10 Oclock a m sell ontheprem- ises at public auction to the the following tracts of land belonging to said decedent1st tract on the waters of Stony Branch of Tales Creek containing 89 31100 acres be Ing part of thelfarm where said Perkins formerly resided and adjacent to lands of Mrs Perkins dower Baldwin Mrs YOung and Beckey Kelly and now occupied by J II Jones 2d The tract on Tanners branch being the Southernmost portion of Terry O Perkins decd containing 92 acres adjacent to the linda of Elbridge Harvey I Perkins and others and having outlets to the county road but excluding from this boundary a acres of woodland allotted to the widow as part of her dower and thereby reducing the tract to be sold to M acres and with reservation of road for the widow to her timbered land 3d The tract on the waters of Kentucky river on the sooth side of the county road op the dwelling of Terry O Perkins decd contains 59 32 acres bounded on the north by the widows dower on thewest by Woodson tasters landlon the eat and south by Terry 0 P r and this land with Rood orchard on same now occupied by Eliza Per kinsThese lands are fertile well watered conven tent to church postoffice schools and near the railroad They have on them good comfortable dwellings outhouses and are in all respects desirable for homes TERMS Onethird of price payable January 1900 when possession will given and deeds made onethird 11 months from the day of sale and onethird in 18 months from the day of sale Notes with good security required of buyers with interest on deferred payments from January and lien re served Title to the lands indisputable WM L CRUTCHER Atty in fact for Perkins Heirs Bnrnam Moberley Alt js ang234w Thos Ferrlll Auct FOR SALE Thoronghbred Southdown Bucks I have for sale a small number of early Buck Lambs of the celebrated Cassius M Clay stock of South downs angOZw B J CLAY EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who taR a good soundre liable carriageS under him He can rest secure in the thought that when ho has one of our welt made reliable pille tons carriages runabouts whale bone speeders or road carte that come what may on the road his wagon never will give way Wo have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbcrtired bumrins in Rich mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works Puclic I of Ln In pursuance of an order of the Madi son County Court entered at its July term ls99 the undersigned State Hank Trust Co of Kichmond Ky as as publiclycountv near Silver Creek Ky on TUjJ Sepleffltgf W 1283 J beginning at 10 oclock a m to the highest antI best bidder the following property viz A certain Tract of Land on the waters ot Silver Creek and on the Silver Creek and Monalaus turnpike containing 43352 bySvided into three tracts as follows Tract No 1 Beginning at the sugar tree snag corner to hose thence S 4oW 82 410 polos to a stake corner to Moberleysheirsthe center of the Menalnus and Silver Creek plko corner to W B Lane and southwest corner to the John Powers homestead thence with the center of pike and lines of homestead N OE20 810 poles N 401 E 56 410 poles N 15 E 11 210 poles N 3J W 2G 110 poles to John Mnnpins corner thence new line S 87 W 234 310 poles to the beginning containing ISO 77100 acres Tract No 2 Beginning at the center of a water gap corner to tract No 3 of said farm and running thence down the center of Silver Creek N 43 W 34 601WW 22 310 poles a 52 W 14 poles S 43 W 30 poles S 13 W 42 poles y 73 J W 13 iwles 8 803I W 0 poles thence leaving the creek nod with the Moran lines t 20 W 31 poles S 18 E 36 310 poles leavlnJMunsns129 510 poles N 42 i E 82 510 polls to the beginning and counting 123 410 acres Tract No 3 Beginning at the sugar tree snag corner toKoss thence new line N87 E 233 310 poles to a stake in tho west side of the pike road thence with tho west side of said road down Dodds branch N 4 W 62 poles N 3V4 W 30 pojes N 4934 W 45 210 Poles to two sycamores on the Boulli branch of Sil polestlownN 31 W 21 poles to the center of n 423yi8jV11W510 poles N 841 E us 510 poleu to a stone S 87J E 19 510 poles to the be eiining coutmng 1793a acres more or- An lesv outlet ie reserved along the south bank of Silver Creek from the water plkecl088flpples The land will be sold a follows FirstTract No containing 130 77 acres will be for sale to the highest and beL bid er then in like manner Tract No containing 123 410 acres and Tract No 3 containing 170 35 acres snore or less SecondTractsNo2and combined containing 30275 acres will le for sale to the highest and best bidder The whole tract contning 43352 acres wilt then be oflered for qale to this raDjiillmost money uponfcreditthe purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bund with approved security having the force and effect of pavaobleinterest from thQ day of pale- IOSSESSIONPosseasioti wilt be given when the terms of sale are lon plied with but the privilege of harvest removing die crop now on the land will be reserved This farm Is onu of the most des ra coulttybeingon the L Not Itn Itbas a house land all necessary outbuildings thereon in- good repair Tho mutt Is fertile and iQmossiring to see the property can call on rrJohn who resides on the land or on the lutilprsigned SMeILTnhIC9r II E Elders 1ta e a eaTo the RICHMOND STEW LA if the quality of the work by others is not pleasing Our WorkMust prov MtUf lkiiiteresttrios to excel iiiilsl Irs know and Hcv ors POOH Irani thai is slighted Every article U carefully I and beautifully fininhr1 RICHMOND STEM uiTUty BAR AIN 444++ 4 + ++ u4iStore k vINCLOTHING 10 Mens Suits atIhMens Pants at4ku 11 tip1iC tNOTIONS V Gents L1un red Shirts assorted colors 2 tqA Gents Undershirts 7 25c Gents Drawers2ktY Ladies Vests 5c ii c Ladies Pants 25e u v J4Corsets25CollarslOtCuffs up ii 3 iiiociupAi4 ii upAsstupFire AXIs 4 ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGE THAN EVER BEFORE Call and see than IN RIBBONS We have a few bolts VA the C N W CosRihlsin- handon which we will close out at No M lOc No 40 The No 80 20c eoTsks See our stockofCQrsets- before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside W B Rob Roy Dr Norsah IN HATS AND CAPS eiMens Black Felt lIsts ilI It Nice Straw Hats j BoyB Nice Straw Hats jn Meiisand Boy8CapsIOe iijI IN CARPETS Hemp 10c up Unions S5c ui jT It upRugs25c 1 A II f = HARDWARE Knives and Forks per set Sic up Fish IJnea ic ealCake Turner 4c Fish Hooks le tloz s Files Scup Curling Irons Jc Teaspoons 4c act up 8lnch Butcher Knives lot Tablespoons 60 setup A1 Vst 3s TT ar Sa Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade B V ELDER H AGENT FOR MeCALL PATTERNS 11i Tie mm Muiiial vctmc- ntORL1XINOTON KY Go k 16O 000 AID IN LIVING BENEFIT r I G5 000 RESER YE AJYD S URPL U- SN1hc Rera of life IBSMCS i We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Com panics pay to the estates of deceased Largest profits consisteilt with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection f the investor For particulars apply to j SMITH BOWM7NSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY r1- 1i MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky TheJUook LJp ofDJf I i had the doors been fasfened with ElI Lockf and Keys maileBccurowith grjcxls from aotmretock Just come In and look over our i these goods Some time you niny want such jthings and its well to know Where tim best priceilElIfies us and riBucgtayTAYLOR BROS dt Jiti N f + II Ij l JL SHOES TO LIVE IN 4 yp shoes which feel com for table un 4 Si 3longer cusdtumors 1 Every shoe in the lot is finished as care rrr A fully as the best custom bootmaker iW would do it Made of excellent stylishJjJare offering them at astonishingly + Jit low prices 4 JThe Richmond Climax WKDXESDAY AUGUST 189tt Dr Hobson Dentist Friday will be the last day for lilinc suits for the Sentember Circuit iourt docket A beautiful Chiukoring piano wade mahogany can be purchased from ti W Evans Jr for fGO jne4tf Dr W W Burgin and family inrnght and ate a water melon that had lieen dosed with poison to catrh pilfer ers and narrowly escaped serious re HlltR schedules- nd fi WE HAVE SPECIAL INDUCEMENT IN THE WAY A BARGAIN COUNTfHi Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes and Slippers 2 and Dollar Shoes for 75c and SiOO Come Early And Get Your Choice j RIa Successors Daace ft Crops are looking good Hon James B McCreary spoke yesterday at Nicholnsville The rain of Monday morning was a soaker and in good Reason Mr 11 J Clay has several thoroughbred Southdown buck lambs for sale The L N is putting a new switchand cattle at Whites Station The Elks Fair at IexingWg cleared 10000 and they will repeat it next year George Allen shipped a load of lcnncsseeIdiptheria in the neighborhood 33RD NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT G A PHILADELPHIA September 1st to 4th Low Round Trip Rates from all points South Ifyour tickets wayfromat Washington City for a visit and also entitled to one other stopover if you want it Side trips have been ar for at nominal rates from Philadelphia to burg the Virginia battlefields and the sea shore GettysIThe train service north via the I IJFREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS provided on nilit trains All through trains run on fast are vestibuled Day coaches are provided with ivttories smoking rooms and other conveniences tr a long the Pullman Sleepers are the Inchest standard Remcmber The Stop overs Circuitous Routes and Side Trips F irthor prtlculara gladly furniihod by Queen ft Crescent J Acenu or t r- MITCHELL OHAa W ZELL siS MKltR W C RINEARSON OENL PASS A OF 3 4 50e to 5 1tt in pen oar are ranged are and of F IEAH th flhILI1U 0 I 0- 0Is closing I 9t1 out at c 0 COSTTOQUl I BUSINESS 4 1- i r 4 Everything must be 4 r1 IIiwiv J t 1 Wo Iwvegoods that are 444 + SSrow also for iseasonable Sup I j yourselves at onceply i as tlrese BARGAINS will j not last longr V t1 I One Lare Safe I Ia alth- I 1 1 For sale Kemembier every thing J at cost to 1 IQuit Business PJ f I cTnrIc The Clothier The Sboer Tke Halter Tk Funkier f e ii Eleven chickens were killed by lightning at R D Campbells at White Station The L N will make a 125 ex- cursIon rate to Cincinnati Sunday on the early train returning at midnight Chas Black Jas Kavanaugh and Leo Reynolds young negro boys nrp in jail for breaking Into Wro Smitaons house this city For a twinapple a curiosity indeed Mr R A Whittaker of Eden ton this county has the thanks of the CLIMAX He has a tree full Miss Maria Rogers the milliner who has trimmed for L Pr Todd tor the past three seasons will open amillinery store in the rooms just vacated by Miss Tempie Oldham Martin Miss Rogers left last week for the East and will re turn the middle of September with a beautiful line of millinery auglr 2t For Sent Six room over Higgins Ellis grocery store for sent for offices or resident Apply to J T McCliutock Richmond Kentucky je28tf A Place to go For luscious bananas ripe apples cold ice creamsoda water fresh cakes nice candies tobacco and cigars go to A Dinelle next door to old Post Office Restaurant open day and night apr95m henry Koeliler Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky invite correspondtnco with Mill men who have lumber for sale They buy Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars Dry or Green Write them aprfWSm QuiscnberryPrather Mr J Richard Quisenberry of Jack son and Miss Lucy Prather of this city were married at Lexington last Wednesday The bride is a daughter of Rev Wm Prather this city Estlll County All Right A correspondent from Estill writes the CLIMX as follows Estill is solid for Goebel and Demo cracy and the Lexington abortion goody Brown and granny Johnson etc will get little comfort here Mad Doq Rampant Last week John Hazelwood of near Berea was bitten by a mad dog and he at once went to Rockcastle and applied a mad stone to the wound with the de sired effect August is the month of mad dogs and dog bites For Councilman Mr Charles Jacobs is announced for preIwords of praise at our hands lIe is an honest industrious citizen and feels peopleIThree Darkened Homes In this city on Sunday Mr and Mrs Charles Greens infant sou died At Valley View on Sunday Mr and Mrs II C Carpenters twoyearold son liedof brain fever On Sunday the infant of Mr and Mrs Ernest Parrish of Red House died More Electric Lights Two more arc lights have been placed on Main street one situated over the band stand in front of the court house awl duo near the L N depot As this will be a season of public speaking the arrangement will please both the band boys and the public This makes five arc lights now on tIm street A Gold Mine in a Hen Mr C G Forbes the local gardener says helms a cucumber hill 58 feet in circumference The seed were planted July 1 lIe also asks us to say that he has a BufT3vcblu hen that has laid 165 eggs in 5 months exactly one a day no two eggs being deposited in the same placeand the eggs are still com ing Big Republican Guns In Town U S Senator W J Deboe Attorney General W STaylor Republican can didate for Governor and several other lesser lights stopped over here Monday night enioute to London where Mr Taylor opened the campaign yesterday They travel on a special train which contained only two other passengers when it passed Ret House Deputy Postmaster Mr Wallace evidently intends to give the public good service having added to his force of assistants Mr Charles Rowland one of the most efficient clerks in the county Mr Rowland has been for two years associated with Messrs Jack and D R Freeman iu the shoe business aud knows everybody and is liked by all who know him Oapt Jolrn D Fway Eatirs In this issue Capt J D Feeny makes formal announcement ot his candidacy for Chief of Pojice Capt Feeny is well known to all of our people haying been a member of the locil force since 1870 and It elected to this important trustTwill bring to the disclose of Its honorous duties an un flinching courage and an incorruptible it1aUg23tfRepublicans Nominate Tbe Republicans last Saturday nomi nated Mr Elza C Million for County Judge LAd Mr W T Harris tr Repro seutatfve They also iustiiicted for Hon John Bennett for Senator from this district The convention was happy and harmonious pnd declared tho issue of tho campaign to bi Goebcl ism Afl their candidate for Governor is afraid to facts Mr Goetol on the l stump the Issue may Uw shifted to cow anUo wid duawgogy t- j New Wall Piper Housi in Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr W LLeeds a atllled artist to hang and antIpurses Cattle Pens Removed Mr Gates Superintendent for the Distillers Trust Company in Kentucky is having the cattle pens at the Silver Creek distillery removed and is replacing same with slop dryers The slop will be compressed and the output of Kentucky has been soldseveral years in advance to an English Syndi cats After going through this process the slop is fed on the ground without waste Robbed at the Brown Convention A gentleman from near Red House who attended the Brown Bolting Con volition was robbed while there and he avows now that as between a gang that steals money and one that steals a nomination for Governor he is with the latter every time lie said he tell very guilty when begot into the bolting crowd but when he lost his purse he felt a sight sorrier he hadnt staid at homo Danville K7 Fair August 30 31 and Sept Low rates from all points between Georgetown and Somerset via the Queen and Crescent Route Greatest fair ever held by the Danville Associa tion is promised this year 2000 in premiums Fine military band in at tendance Big Balloon ascension Great display of stock Plenty of in nocent amusements Reduced rate tickets on sale for this occassiou good until September 2 re turning Ask your ticket agent for full particulars v They Went and Saw But Were Conquered Several of our most enthueistic gun club members went to Paris last Satur day to show the club there how to shooL Our boys returned alive that night but that is all The Paris boys treated them eo good and beat them bad that we are requested to give no names but simply say that Paris won everything Richmond also shot In September the Paris club will make a return visit when we will not only treat them as hospitably but perhaps allow them to beat us to boot Horse This Captured Constable Dozier met William Jones colored near Million lost Thursday and when the tatter offered to sell him a tine mare for a small sum the Consta bles suspicions were aroused and un der the pretense of buying the horse Mr Dozier accompanied Jones to Rich mond where the negro was lodged in jail and confessed to the theft The mare belonged to Xicoll Thomas of Lexington Mr Dozier has captured several horse thieves and is to be con gratulated on lila skill as a detective Tile Lost Cause Miss Florence Barlow daughter of the late Milton Barlow of this city is here In the interest of The Lost Cause the illustrated monthly Confederate War Record published in Louisville of which Mrs General Basil Duke is editor and Miss Barlow assistant editor and manager The journal is now beginning its third year and is very popular among the eurvi vora of the Lost Cause for which it was appropriately named The price is so low 75 cents for twelve months that everyone is able to receive It The CLIMAX will receive subscriptions Mack Miller lor County Clerk We are authorized to announce Mr Malcolm M Miller for county clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party lu so doing a most excellent gentleman nnd Democrat enters the race and seeks endorsement at the hands of his party He siys he has carefully considered the lateness of his entry in the race but that he has received so much encouragement that he is almost as canguinary of success as any who have been longer on the track Mr Miller has a perfect party record is competent tofu the position and will make a grand faeHo asks a fair consideration of Jits claims Peer Old DlipaUfc tFOR ELDERLY FEET AVc carry a line of SHOES tcomfortI 1 are roomy easy p tonderest feet will not foci the con fining leather Made in all sizes in Black and Russet Q Calf Goat etc Pliable but durable Quality excel flent Prices moderate Another Madison county Democrat has fired a 13inch gun into the Louisville Dispatch as shown by this copy of his letter of recent date CoLYEit KY August 9 1899 Dupatct Publishing Co LouitriUt Ky DEAR Sins When your paper was first established I subscribed for the weekly and have been taking it regu larly ever since But I now find your tactics are what the CourierJournal used four years ago and in race As 1 was born reared and have always been a true Democrat I hvre no use for a bolter or their oheet You will please stop my paper UcBptctfulIvWti BATES Champion Spellers During the Teachers Institute here an exciting spelling contest occurred that eventuated In the winning of two prizes by two lady teachers The fleet contest was won by Mrs A J Million who teaches the Maple Grove school Her prise was a nice dictionary As Mrs Minnie CrandalL Turner WM the lust to sit down before Mrs Million ChOO8OlIidcslaud Mrs Crandail won first and Miss Alma Whitlock second The audience was highly pleased One feature was the early turndown of Prof R1Ae Davis on the word ccaiqaer The WHY lie fell down was a ehiitioH ooa csctlo x a Something About Ihe Danville Fair Next Week The new Danville Fair Association will hold its first fair on August 30 31 and Sept 1 Premiums are offered for all products of the homo and farm as at oldfashioned fairs adding mod trn attractions to please all There will be a balloon ascension every day Pro fessor Mack makes daring parachute leaps and on one afternoon will intro duce his sensational feat of being fired from a caution in midair afterward de Kcending In his parachute He will also in one of his ascensions be accom panied by his wife Such attractions as those come high but the association is determined to have the best It should be borne in mind that the big 100 saddle stake will be kept open nntil the eves ing before it is to be shown This with the big roadster ring will bring a good lot of horses The premium list for this fair is one the very best in the State reaching nearly 2000 Send to C E Wood this office for a catalogue HeadacheBiliousness constipation and all liver Ills are cured by Hoods PillsThe nonIrritating cathartic Price 25 tents of all druggists or by mall ot CL Hood Co Lowell Mass If an orator is a word painter a lecturer in a deaf and dumb institute must be a sign painter Eal What You Crave Digestos Dyspepsia Tablets will help you digest it 25c at all druggists It might be well for the conceited man to reiuemhcr that the smallest onion is stronger than the largest pumpkin Where the digestion is good and the ceneral powers of the system in a heal thy state worms can find no habitation in the human bodv Whites Cream Vermifuge not nniv destroys every worm but corrects all derangements of the digestive organs Price 25 cents Sold by Perry A Thomas druggists augti 1m As the period of lactation advances time butter fat grows lighter in color harder and the fctglobules smaller For The Sake ot Fun Mischell Is Done A vast amount of mischief is done too because people neglect to keep their blood pure The mischief appears in eruptions indigestion nervousness kidney and other ailments This mischief fortunately may be undone the faithful use of Hoods Sarsaparllla which cures alt byimpureHoods Pills cure all liver ills Non irritating I Do you want to be unique Learn to tell the facts in a story without any em belhishmentsS The But Remedy For Flax Mr John Mathias a well know stock dealer of Pulaski Ky says After suffering for over a week with flux and my physician having failed to relieve me I was advised to try Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aWl have the pleasure of stat ing that the half of one bottle cured me For sale by Perry Thomas aug2lm Some people are so fierce about their rights that they forget the rights of others The mother who would be horrified at the thought of letting her daughter wander away to a strange country with out guide orconnsel yet permits her to enter that unknown laud of woman hood without counsel or caution Then in utter Ignorance the maiden mnst meet physical problems whoso solution will affect her whole future life Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription bos been well named a Godsend to women It corrects irregularities and imparts such vigorous vitality to the delicate womanly organs as fits them for their imgortant functions Many a nervous hysterical peevish girl has been changed to a happy young woman alter time use of Favorite Prescription jias established the Bound health of the orenns peculiary feminine Every woman should own a copy of the Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser sent free on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY The same book of 1008 pages in substantial cloth for 31 stamps Ad dress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NY Why is it that the servant always selects your cut glass goblet to break in stead of a fivecent tumbler Bl Blosl Csr TIM Eating Sores rumors Ulcers Cancer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms am nil curable by B B 11 Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per Distent Sores Blood and Skin Blem ishes Sciofula that resist other treat menu are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Reel or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all duo to Dad blood anti hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally rom system by B B B Botanic Blood Balm in one to live months B n B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One hot tie will test it In any case For sale druirgists everywhere Large bottles six iorSS Send for a free sample bottle which will bo sent by return mall When you write describe symptoms and personal free medical will be given Address Blood Balm Co 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga iuly26lyr Henry Massey Rector Governor ol Arkansas from 1869 to 1871 died In Little Rock Saturday The Revs5W B Costley of Stock bridge Ga while attending to lilt pastoral duties at EUenwoud that State xas attacked by cholera morbus He says r By chance happened tc got hold of a bottle of Chamberlain Colic Cliolcn amid Diarrhoeatsiiety- nid I think it was time means of av nt my life It relieved me at cIt FOI sale by Pirrvk ThooMsv Aa tet- sautfjlm i SIZZLING flTI TilEBusyBee Cash Stores- Great Clear= ance Sale Clothing Good Cnssimere Knee Pants for children 19c per pair Childrens Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and double seat all colors worth 75c per pair are yours III this sale for 39c iBoys 125 and 160 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Reefer styles neat and serviceable ages 3 to 14 tIme price in this clearance sale only SOc t JJTUm UHMAT mB Mens Hood Casoimere Suits well made in brown blue scotch mixtures all sizes worth and will- be closed in this clearance sale at 203 Mens Fine Allwool Suits choice styles and qualities inCI single and double breasted sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds scotches and clays everytsuit in the lot worth and sold everywhere S3 to 12 take your choice and pick in this sale at k osCMens Extra Fine Dress Suits perfect tailored which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a You can wake your unrestrict ed selection from several hundred of these fashion able tailormade garments worth from 14 10 they go in this sale at 848 u Poplins fancy Goods Former per this sale 4Gc per Nothing Sale Underwear ptt far reaching amid sale must fall and way actually and out several tim and profit attend this Mens best Camlet will CASH for bnrjralns and refusal and get goods with MT AND you and dull and appetito take Hoods and vitalizes the Dewey home reached and pro by few Couwens Honey Tar cases Sore Throat difficulty and Perry sloreau2lmT-he English language not a it frequently butchered Say Do not say Hoods and sayILl hungry all time never roe- Never sayto your friends that as morniug night they happen sharp will von Hoods cures Do say face full plm likely told by some Theres need that Hoods cures pimples improper and unnecessary say My health my blood Hoods will and good health will follow as natural consequence ang2lm 71 71 71 71 Ik Meis and Boys S F Rt ut Crash HIs J + 4 + +4+ + 4 5 6 7 t T z to month my which mouths old had attack diarrhoea by vomiting remedies as usually given cases but as nothing gave physician and it his this for about and was having operations the bowels twelve and vinced that unless soon it not Chollc Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy and I I noticed a change for by continued n com brought about and is now perfectly healthy C L Boges Giliner county VVaFor sale Perry Thomas druggists aug2lm die you get wife Id ever another like you Blotches and excrescences people off to the proper her Herbine wilt aid and her and entirely free For sale by Porry Thomas druggists aug2lm is wild with excitement at ILOW PRICES for which THE BUSY BEE CASH is their stock Goods All our offers that have people dwarfs in comparison to our offers in CLEARANCE SALE Prices that were in our former offers be killed in this great sale The knife that was driven to hilt will nov sink to heart dollars worth of our choice Dress Goods Wash Goods Clothing Hats Shoes Furnishing Goods must go prices completely obliterated and profit en tirely wonder disgruntled tion stands The BARGAINS we are stand unequalled unmatched Boys That Will Make Wild to Buy BABLB tLBARAm feeling Boys antI 250 Suits 450 and 500 this IlIIassortment fancy plain worsted Scotches unfinished worsteds your and sale 493 444MQNBY AVBRS r I iifili t TiLi Such These ShoesV r i4 Dongola Tip solid shoes worth go i pair Mens Sunday Shoes In worth c Sl60 be dished 89c pair lIens SIl1i S J2 shoes be Mens dark lack Vicl 3 shoes they go in at SUII Sacrifices These Dry 11 Allwool 36inch Serges Hcnirettas eUects novelties 5fancy in black double width goods worth yard be slaughteed In at Noth z 1 reserved Organdies that yard In Wash goods of all kinds Mens Suspenders hair ends worth pair In J5irSl of Slippers ladies in sizes 3 that formerly SP25 closed in at J G pair t i frwFine Jacqnads and many weaves wool double width Fine Dress price 7 c and85c will slaughtered in yard teserved Special Clearance saving on Ladies White Ladies Dress Skirts Car grentostbargains j Not an article the entire big store left untouched this sale must a clean sweeping a groatSspace cleaning for us have room for our stock the to got it is to givotiaway throw thousand dollars worth best goods we have to our customers them I loss fail sale II IiiIA Great Big Lot Toe Linen Pants and Mens Blue Catniet Jeans PantsLitho closed at 39c per pair along your when you come save time and a of credit for a ACASH CLEARANCE SALE to itake cash to buy fall Respectfully WeD OtDIIAM COMPANY 2J I nRICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN III are tired cant get have no Sarsaparilla U enriches the bloodSContributions to fund have 18500 A free easy expectoration duced a doses of of all of Hoarseness or breathing Price 50 cents at fc Thomas drug is dead languagevet is What Jiot to I cant eat Take Sarsaparilla am the and food you are in as at to be they tell Sarsaparilla that tired not My is of plea You are quite to one no of for Sarsaparilla It is to is and is bad Sareapsrilla give yon good blood a 7l y 1 Negligee Shirts- Uaierwear Hosiery jcfh 4 4 About a ago child is fifteen an of accompanied I gave it sucl in such relief we soul for a was under care fora week time the child had been sick ten days about twentyfive every hours we were con it obtained relief wuuld live and was recommended decided to try it soon the better use plate cure was It Stumptown by Thero Now She I were to would never another like makes you think want which PO often annoy efforts of nature to throw impediments performance of unties assist nature in work and ensure a skin clear beautiful from all imperfections Price cents tICHMOND the STORE closing out surplus of seasonable Spring and Summer previous convulsed are the GREAT crippled will the the Every stock of and at ignored No competi aghast dishing out and incomparable Mothers S2 00 Knee Pant go at S149 Ouri360 Knee Pant Suits go in etc Take pick fit in this w R MEN Rare as in Ladies Patent 125 75c per lace Iud congress pwill out to yon at per and will Tan and real Russia leather and ft this sale Such as in Goods wide cheviot weaves all and SecIrer will this sale lSc per yd ing o were 2Sc and 3Sc per are now 12Wc this JJ cut half into moJ35c per are lOc this sale tj o One lot 2K and some Bs were sold at 150 and will be this sate per in all yard be at Readymade Readymade In be We only we see of let our Dont Jo of New York Mills be Bring these this is room Very iu of 25 hurts If be are At of Chamberlains its If me lIeWimut the at Bargains 100 for No one knows the unbearable torture the peculiar and agonizing caused by Piles unless they have suffered from them Many believe thorn incurable This i a mistake Proper treat ment will cure them fablers Bucknye Pile Ointment is an infallible cure Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75 cents at Perry Thomas drug store aug2lm A man who can be fooled the same way four times is a fool To Cleanse The System Effectually vet gently when costive or bilious to permanently overcome ha bitual to the kid neys and liver to a healthy activity without irritating or weakening them to dispel headaches colds or fevers use Syrup of Figs made by time Call fornia Fig Syrup Co The reason why a young pig eats so much is because he wants to be a hog Your Turn Nexl Everybody has a cold sometime your turn come Keep a bottle of Dr Bolls PineTarHoney at hand ansI bo prepared for an emergency This famous remedy will curu a cold before it gets fairly started or after it has sot tied but the sooner you take it the sooner you get well 25c at your druggists 7I i7I 7I T 7J EVERYTHING cOES n Ballards Snow Liniment gives in t stant relief in cases of Blooding Hunts Bruises Scaldc Cuts etc PriuuUuntnl iI50 cents at lorry ft Thomas drug store nng9lmn i4c Dont forgot that silence is the mother of truth 1 Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases Is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eyo and Skin Ointment Many very bad ames have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples I chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Cadjs Condition Powders are just what a horso needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifngo They are not food but l9medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 20 Tents per package j LaleAt reports from Porto Rico stain mthat time people are starving by hundredth Herbinois well adapted to the cure tof fevers of all kinds because thoroughly cleanses tho stomach and bowels ot nil V bilious humors and expels all impure secretions of time body Prico 50 cunts For Sale by Perry Thomas druggists aug2lm yiGtl6QOeSQQS 71 ttre Ladies Misses 8 G ij and Childrens r C Slippers and t Sandals in c Patent Leathere t and c G iaongoaG A mI 555555iIII 7J Our MidSummer Sale will go for Ten 10 days Everything in the way of Summer Goods are going at a great reduction COME fWwfTH THJ3 THP Q e t This is one of the many opportunities thaI present itself only pice ill a season DONT MISS IT r tu Li JSSJ Q QUUCJ BlIGHT COG jBOOTS SHOES AN11S FURNISHINGS rr +++ +++ali JL- P wv++++tk++k++k +y F++f I v n M ir F i K ii jli H S Print5 haws thiJ 0 tI 1 Fit Our 600ds L AND Our prices j Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial I 1P JJ 1B tll1d n j2- m ID DV tt illID jj n ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All IThewe have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteAND GiDSOn SOR CALDWELLSN j Wheeler Wilson Sewing Macfilneo Rotary Plotlon and gall Bearings Xor tIt by IHuo Grass Furnituro Co1 Uiuhiniiiid Ky 8 0 I 11t1tl g I P tJ tj 0 L1- I 00UJ I to 4 I 0 o IcI5 n n i J Ij7 o H 5eI IJno a tj 11Vtj 118 pI i i II 1 mOjsaaaaa 0 I Ia rEr g gg ssearT= OR CALDWEUU5 PEPSIiN II 4SOUTHERN RfllUflY IN KENTUCKY Schedule la effect June 11 1890 ZASTBOUXn Nal j NaB 3Lv Louisville TWam 4cpm 74pn 1Ar9O1DtrVcrkullliis laiflum 847pm Lesbiclon 1ft45un 7Upxn r10 WUTDOUlflJ xiir No t No4 mAr6a0Ar1MuaJ400 74Oun Lv LoutiviI Ar f35m lo4O1D C30pm 10Uam Lv LnrncbrjrAr fklCpmi 810an Ican3pmrASTnonxa wEsmuNii tNol58TOOJ1m114 EAST10UN1 WK3TCOUSD- INp lltNo STATIONS ItNotlfNa tI j T4ontn tUPIflLjioutMyt1 A i4im 110 44Spty1LAim3CopizLImArSTATIOnS No i No I lJp2IAr Kozriil 7XOpmf 745 am 11OpIf Ar Jacksonville f 610110rILBOn diBa 1IoarnAr 3ISp 9IOa Lv ttunnoom pmIIL3UDAr LouisvilleINo ronnccta it Ixi ntton dally wlo llInnrfam Ot tlon o to Atlanta Macon und Jack vineiNo i and to tbrourt slceplDKcors dlnatAhevUleColumbIa between da1IIl 4iW 1tC7Lp r dwA as wA7urWftII3 YflIrtw Jot f t ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS THE 5VSTEM DISP fLSEFFECrUALL S OVtRCOMEJJj BITUALPERMANENTLY ITS BHtIi 1 GErfEtTS OUy THE GtNUintMAHTO OT SYRVrUiLtt otr- aa 5MCU3 rvulo tR 11L- JlloSJ ++++CALL AT++ + + 1111i SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerIcs Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Taps ssssss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY STI LL- SPRINGS I White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN JOT isi is- On QQll BR h tlie It N I II Railroad tuul the Kentucky River in the midst of Mountains nnd Romantic Scenery Tho White Sulphur is specific for skin nud kidney troubles tho Chalybeate natures tonic liot Sulphur Baths in tho house CTFor turtlier particulars addreVs Hail IJI M1 Thomas Fropr may314m IRVINE KY 135 ECONOMIST RANGES J CQ rf x TiS tI x tI1I Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LUE MITOI 1EGENEROCOMPLETE JLISS UreitirJ Rcslons Lost ItaUty MaJCI the rrrrco nr DYIn rcn J or rrery mrlrlln t li KDJuvrly cuariuitnil to inrs uHKt iomiiltcalcsl coo of ru8 UcbUltr ijutcklrNu ii HJMCMIIO Young men will re n ic t nanhi nril Old Men will recorn r r rf vor HlnvltonxCM and mtorn tc it ir uireiffcren from Seminal Weak s npolrncy Vftrlcocvla Si rmattnrbea til iiil u lost Brain nml Miucnlar Power u v rxrt WnVif Jlnow Kvll Dreams Denpon uH nf ronnilciHT owl all cCcct of self ml cccsawI IndIscretIon which nnflb f w li lnw nofljor mnrrUc ItEJKEllCtutto sotot the dlsraethat Is wh r u ti jiJsiTnt iM Xrrtr Tonic in Iheworli t vI It dvtjtVlvor and Action andrcstorc u ni of Youth It la anurretotu Blood Purl f Clt why the Pink low come bark li linclirrln Insist npon having KRCENEUO tn ricslnvr tpodftlJr mall 8106 pe i fix fcr S3OO Ve cheerfully rcfnn i trbcre U lioxw do not effect CUte tot a frc tlrhctAmerican Office of AUit11vucfl1A1IJnu CO NEW cAt For sale In Blcbmond by Ferry Thomas DruegUta eptnljr e CO YEARS EXPERIENCE t Ii I TRADE DESIGNS MARKS COPYRIGHTS cAnyone londine a sketch iJd doertptlnn may aurUons1rctlyconUdoitIaL llaudbook on Iatenu rscur1npaeutsiatenIiiptctal notice without ehxree in th- eSckiillfic Rmtia crIIIIaUOltfe rj taat m b10 r nraa lcr Yirkf MORE ABOUT MR HUGUELYS TRAGIC DEATH In our issue of the 9th were two accounts of the awful death of John An drew Hugnely a native of Madison but ono of the foremost citizens of Mercer The Ilorrodsburg Democrat gives a olumn to an account of his horrible fate from which wo extract this paragraph cHe and his son Chennult had just finished loading at Bnrxin the third anti last car of his cattle for ehipniout to CincinnatI There are a number of switch tracks at Burgiii and on the east side they are very close together As the cars were loaded they were closed and pushed down the trade by hind and another pulled to the cattle shute Mr Huguely did not notice that an engine had come nponr the switch whilo ho was engaged in load jug his cattle and while examining the steers in a car and punching them with a stick to get them into Rood shipping positions ho attempted to pus across tho track between tho cars which were only two fet apart ills halt in the center of the track to observe the fitters In the car proved fatal for at that instant tho engine backed with rapid and sudden forco bumping the entire lot of cars suddenly together and ho was caught between the bumperBor what train men call draw bars A coupling protruding from one of the draw bars was driven clear through his body en tering in front below the naval and pass lug through his abdomen and reached its socket in the other bumper His cries to pull the train off ofme were heard all over Eurglu It was n minute or two like all eternity to him before the engineer caught the signal topull up and when the cars were separated he was left suspended on the link and was pinned to the draw bar or bumper The brakeman his sou and others re leased him and carried him to the office of Dr Meridlh who gives him something to relieve his suffering Ho bore up bravely and was in his right mind to the last and conversed for some moments with friends around him in a perfectly natural manner Realizing that death was very near he sent for his wife at once who with her sister at his residence on the farm near Burgin Before she reached him he had talked to those in the doctors of fice says that ho had always tried to live an honest life and that lIe had never done an injury knowingly to any Qodand his last words were in substance boys you must all pray for me When Mrs Huguely arrived he was unconscious and expired In a few seconds afterward A Frightful IMondrr Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve tho best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Felon Corns nil Skin Eruptions Bc t Pile cure on earth Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggist 1 THE KENTUCKIANS WOES On account of Kentuckys many pro tracted and deadly feuds the State has secured for herself a very unenviable reputation all over the Union Tlie Pinckncyville 111 Democrat thus talks of Kentuckys trouble which shows that wo are viewed practically as savages by our neighbor States Man born in the wilds of Kentucky is of feud days ana easy virtue He fisheth fiddleth fusseth and fightcth all days of his life He shunneth water as a mad dog and drinkcth much whisky When ho dinircth lo mire hell ho plautoth a neighbor and lo he rcapeth twentyfold He risotli even from his cradle to seek the scalp of his grandsiroa enemy and bringetlrhoine in his carcass the ammunition of his neighbors wifes cousins uncles fa1horinlaw who avcngcth tho deed Yea verily his life is uncertain and he knoweth not the hour when he maybe jerked hence He goeth forth on a journey half shot and cometh back on a shutter shotlIe riseth iu the night to lot tliocat out and it taketh nine doctors three days to pick the buckshot from his personHo goeth forth in joy and gladness and cometh back in scraps and fragments Ho calleth his fellow man a liar and gettcth himself filled with scrap iron oven to tho fourth generation- A cyclone bloweth him into the bosom of his neighbors wife and his neighbors wifes husband bloweth him into the bosom of Father Abraham be fore he hath time to explain lie emptleth a demijohn into him self and a shotgun into his enemy and his enemys son lioth in wait on election day and lo the Coroner ploweth up a forty acre field to burry the remains of that man Woe woe is Kentucky for her eyes are red with bad whisky and her soil U stained with the blood of jamijits Selah Meats of all kinds have advanced In price during the past two months Pork is three cents mutton four cent and beef two to six cents higher AWHKSTOMACH AFFECTS YOUR WHOLE BODY FROM TOP T- oBOTTOM IFRC J JlSCOi IGIYESSMHGTK 4 TO THE STOMACH PURITY BLOOD TO TIlEI TO THE LUMG5 SCOTTSf OF CODLIVER OIL WITH- HYPOPHOSPffiTES should aiyyays be kept In the house for the fol f lowing reasbpsZ IflRTiBecause member of the family has a hard cold It will cure i- tSsOiSO JBecause if the chll drei ared11date arid sickly It will make themstrpng and w ell S 2Td3seause if the father or mother Js losing flesh and becoming thlnand eniaclated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTh Because it Is the standard Iemeay In all throat and lung affections No household shouldbc wlthoutit It caii Beifaken in summer as well as in winter jofciind Jr oo alt dtu irs SCOT OOWNE CiemiiiaNcwYotk FAIR DEALING NIchoUayllla Democrat The Louisville Post in its usual im liarilaf style is out with n fourpage puppllmnt4evoted totheir interita- of the Brownies It pro tends to show tGat UoebeT woa his n6mlnntionby force fraud and duplicity It oven up braids Chairman Johnson frfr allowing certain delegates to vote in the temporary organization when there was nota semblance of reason given for throwing out these votes It then takes up tlig report of the committee on credentials By the report it will be seen that the delegations holding regular credentials were seated Iroin almsLah1 districts and that there were more contesting Har din delegations than any other The report recommended the seating of 14 regular delegations outside of Louisville Several of thenother delegations were divided The post then admits that the minority report was dofetedbut only in a sneering way does if admit the adoption unanimously ot the majority report It then makes the statement thai Chairman Bedwiue would not put any motion made by the Hardin delegate One has only to see the delegates from Jessamine county all Hardin men to find out that this statement is false Hon Willard Mitchell succeeded In having more motions put before the house than probably any other delegate present and everybody knows he was a Hardin delegate with a vengeance Altogether tho Posts special is sim ply a rehash of what it has been dishing out to decent Democrats ever sinco the convention It does seem to us tliatull fairminded people who love tho truth ought to get informatioriirpih the lips of their own honest delegates rather than swallow and believe the distorted lied of bolting newspapers Jessamine sent a Hardin delegation to the conven tion all honorable men and we are not afraid to let them say what was shone but we aro opposed to having our people from their conclusions from rending the columns of such bolting sheets as the Post or Dispatch A Narrow Escape Thankful words written ly Mrs Ada E Hart of Oroton S D Was taken with a ball cold which settled on my lungs cough sot in and finally termi nated in Consumption Four Doctors gave mo up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself np to my Savior determined if Ixcould not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption CoughsColds- I gave it a trial tooicin all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God 1 ain saved and now a well and healthy woman Trial bottles free ct Perry and Thomas Drug Store Regular size 50c und SI 00 guaranteed or price refunded 1 NEW YOBS FASHIONS Strings are appearing both on hats and bonnets Petticoat bodices very pretty made In the form of a fichu and Jasened in front with a knot of ribbon The arm size Is edgeTT with lace M is the V shaped opening at the neck A new style of toothbrush fits on the finegr by means of a cylinder which carries the bristles Evory tooth can be easily reached and there are no hard corners to hurt the gums Exquisite frocks shown by Best l Co for dainty Misses are of French pique rhis is a beautiful mtearial and as good for service it is lovely to look upon White pique strewn with colored polka dots makes neat ansi suiartldok Ing shirt waists The newest shades in nuns veiling are WeJgewood blue and watermelon pink These shades also appear in lightweightcashmores withJ right Peiian borders Such stuffs make r ideal gowns for cool summer evenings Tim return jofthXEmprrQ gown will necessitate the possession of an Empire corset Tile 1C Gt corset of this varlet meets eVerjr requirement of Jhe situation and is the Invariable clioice of artistic and careful women who have learned to skillfully combine good health with a graceful appearance The most effective fronts to wear with Eton jiuketfiireof heavy guipure line lined with white satin White chamois gloves are the ones most in favor for outdoor sporty r EVELYN CA1iL Hamilton Clarjrof Chauncey Qo says he suffered with Itching pilttt twenty yeai6 before trying DeW Itts Witch Hurol Salvo two boxes of wljiuh completely cured him JJawaru of torth Il6o dangerou8couijter6lts Perry Thomas d Tho Georgetown Sentinel publishes a letter from HoiiJohn W Yerkesj of this city in whicji Mr Yurkcs dofiies saying that Gocbul would carry Boyle county That however doos not alter the act that Mr jpfoebel will carry the county Boyle it is true has boon in the doubtful column for oornn time but tilts year thcrcriffa local candidate for u high State ofllco on the ticket tho party Is united and every Democrathas jusde up his mind to vote nnjrvork fur the tfcket Conditions of that nature make defeat a1inost impossihleDat- yule tiocati Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dvspep slit bpcniiM Its lire such lust Hennt hfIpMoinxfio The pub lie call rely UJflIt1LM 1 illS tf r ronunly for nil dteDrdeia arising rum imperfect UJgcalioM Iss J jjW4o J M Din AU trMl1aQUrn lonJlltht l ltrf1J rhuflis U x 11 One Minute Cough Creq ickh l1ros ibstinatQ summer coughsariff colds it onsffler It a mbsf wonderful inoMfeine MepQnlla1hbw THE LAST HOPE 2 r The tnoiiligs trtttldiniiOp- oktS arc l hnly imtthzcnithoft- liOir powera llto eml as JirOngh their Vulofs irresistibly This Kqwlevsr isj fur from tlie triitliTb- efIthielitst hope of tho money kings trusts and monopolies to pcretuate- thoirrule is fast faIling awav Trior to 18QgJhe mSney king and inonoplicB looked with confelnpt upon auymovemont aeainst themand char acterized any indictment thcirhigh handed jneasunBhs ttcnlnmityhoAvS ErejJous to that time their nltprueys had both grpatppljticalr parties well in- handaud woriiib1etoditate all nomi nutfons in natTTh1iiiIthte convou tipns anilweilded tho power ansi pat ronage of the nation in behalf of their clienls fhey were however treated to a genuine surprise in 1800 wisest the DcniQcristic masses rose in their might abdrescued the party from their ton trolv 1oer matte them overconfident andltiTey did not credit the people with either thojntcUigeuct or the indepomk cncetpjtilte and conduct4 slle essful revolution with tho ranks ofthoparty aainsttiiopoweroftlie4ederalmachine tTrao mid spent a few millions witliTn the Democratic tanks before the primaries were Held in 1S9G it is possible that the results might havo been dif foment hi view oftbe fact that the machinery of the party In both State and notion was in tho main under their control But tho triumph of the people for the first time in thirty years and a line was drawn honestly dividing the interests of the people from thoso of the mon ykius and monopolies Their mistake in permitting the Democratic party to wrest Itself from their grasp cost them many millions in tho campaign andrwilt lose them the control 6f the government in the next national election if tim Democratic votersrealize their opporttnity and do their full duty Deep laid plans have bin matured by tho money powerand monopolies to uudo tlie work Of 1SOG stud again secure control of the Deiiiocratic party They longe since secured the pledges of Demo cratic loader in various sectIons f the country to conic 6utatthe opportune time in opposition tothephicago platform ansi tbllomaud a new doal4O- lOterestof party harmony Thj various jnoves of theenoiny hav e been detected ny thoir trickery ex posed with the result of demonstrating that time States like New York Pennsylvania and the supposed strongholds of the gold Democrats in the East that their lumbers are insignificant and that they are absolute powerless tor harm if tho people are on the alert and are active They have nosy abandoned the Idea oU an open fight againsttho Chicago platform nnd ham Jeelded to conduct a campaign of lying and deceit in order to secure unpledged delegates that can be manipulated in thocouven tion But this last game is now doom ed to failure unless the people relax theirelTorts TIme people in many localities have already determined upon time men whnqhey will send its well as upon those they will not send to the next Democratic national convention The people are at last becoming thoroughly aroused end it Is now deemed a priitical certainty that they will again control the next National Convention and reaffirm the Chicago platform If this is done and the line so distinctly drawn in 1800 is maintained in 1900 the Democratic ticket will win by the greatest majority ever given to any ticket in our history The Amen cut people cannot bo made to vote for the monopolies and trusts if the line Is clear and distinct that separates their- intorestsNationa11YatchlUan Irritating tttngsbitts scratches wounclemnl cuts soothed mid healed by De Witts Witch HazelSalvora sure putt safe application for tortured flesh Beware of count rf its Perry Thomas If A man whO has always been a Demo nltdecides to bolt the ticket this fall there must boa reason for lila decision That reason waarosatisfied labaseM uponu misunderstanding of the facts Cnn it be that a trueblue Jessamine Democrat will promit him sell to bOJlIIQea tool of by the L ct N railroad and its allies Nicholas yule Dqmocraf eSC DBO eSOneaQ ie O I BeautfuflI- Worner 1 fITheIcarc few women as lauliful 03 they might be Powder = and paint and cosmetics dont a make ood looks Beauty is =g simply an impossibility without g Beautiful women are ci few because healthy women are g few The way to have a fair g face and a wellrounded figure g H is to take 5J L- Fdll1e 8puIiieltrS g 0 0 eao1at 0 ggs s g drains It makes no difference g what the doctors call the trou r2 a bleaf fhcroja tho gC5 male Regulator will help gglell of ggtlcheo g your oldtjme girlish features = K and figure will be restored I = W StfMtiy drafts for SI bottle W gGIA IIIQ4 KudolDyspepsia eatIrecon1atructlngtbe ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in pcrnmanentiycuresDyspcpeia Slc1tHctuJncbeOnstra1gJaOraU111S anl- e3 iJPtte b7lry TlIlillIi C aEi f f r ckF 1rtD tC = 4The foljowing are the dates for hold lug the Kentucky fairs this year so far aa reported Columbia August 2i4 days Alexandria August 2i5 days ffiduisvllle CoJorcd FairsVngUft 22 US I i JerrhantownLugust 234nYS days 3 da tpringflel August 2343 lays 1lardatwiiAuust9dayssr LaGrarige ifgus 33 days Floronce August OidaysE- lizabtl4ovi1 SiJptemI5r l4IlY8 Howling Gr 0IlSctember131 days aiasgow eptember 2O4 days Guthrie September 274 lays Horne Cave September 271 days Owcusboro October 35Ilays County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday 1tichmnind Madison county first Mon VLexiMondayt J f t Stanfogl ncon county secondMoif da Georgetown Scott county third Monday Danville Boyle county Jthinl Monday 7 iUe ni cnimntytliird- Mctida I r tic4t1WthchestCark county fourth Monday Versailles wood oril countyi fourth Monday It OP in of P 1I AM OLD any remedy equal to Beila Honey It clvea quick and permanent rrtlrt lo grip uwell 04 coacba and ooUv weak unge etrons Mia M A Xz ae TII PLEASE TRY I t CANDY CATHARTIC Jc- r 2ttr rAc w pc p S S S S S S S iaillarii LewiSptlio actress died o- fonPiptionAumstthe 11thI KEEP COOL BY7AKING A LAKE TRIP YlsB jPjclurquo Mackinac time island islandfllthelO7ttIoCOast Line to thQ North cm Summer Resorts Send 2 cents for illustrated pamphlets Address- A A SOIIANTZ G P A Detroit Mich Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged is the nearest point to the Eastern market BESt DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST iNDiANiVPCLis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always attendance for export cattle and all other kinds stock Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL General Manager may31 3m EH1flLIWID08 YEARS idDvrWmCd rineIei Itmakrs Metcalle ladDIhi I TO Ring out the obi Ring In the new Ring out tba false Ring in the true Vff 2g to you the new and true from the pIney forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine Tar Honey Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out tho cause of that tickling is removed and 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