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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): August 23, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899082301_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): August 23, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ; - THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. ' - .:r VOLUME 26. GOV.. ED BROWN RICHMOND, TI0N WRITES UP THE COflVEN OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH AT SHEtBYYILLE. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1899. 7or Beat. The store house now occupied by Mrs. I P. Todd on Main street, will be rented for remainder of this year. possession given July 1st. J. K. m.v31-i- f Gkkf.nlhaf. Assignee. A SPECIALTY. REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES p' 1 12. All Work Guaranteed. & Pi For Rent! oflice rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hard- Choice of three good ware store, Main St. Also very desirable m light-roo- residence, with modern conveniences. GRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ATTORNEYS. W. MILLER. Attorn nffl-arpii-r'- Kextoctct. nurnam Ruddlng, next door to in the feb3-ljNational Dank. . r . J. AttohkeYat-Law- , tf KENTUCKY. l:H'IIM()SD, nli'over Tavlor's Hardware fitore, Court ilotife, on Main Street. - II. I'.. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LA - ' It nil mono, i iiIk v No. 13 First St., up stairs. Kkntucky. 31 30 J .. M. OIIENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ntMMI, urocery. - Kp.ntucky. Ghen-onli't tuliie on Second street, over W. R. LETCHER, Attomey-at-Law- , Jin IIMKNII, Kentucky. oih.v with T. J. Smith. Jr., over l'.. iiiu'lnii A MitehellV. T. C. Lowry, Richonil, Ky. Attwney-al-Ld- M'.ImtIi'V liuiMing. PHY3I0IANS. IMS. (HRSON, & GIBSON, ' Kc iimond, Ikc c- IViC.liV AND SURGEON, Kentucky. ihe Joe I'cilin building. tS and so Sec 37 Wne .old drugstore. m mi ct, over ( HAS. I HOOKER, ETKRINARY SURGEON, i.iiulwiie Oidarui VrUrinary College. man Drntlitry and Sterility n Hpeclalty. iiffli' up stair., orer store recently accn-- 1 Harness Co., Kast Main Ht npr7-l- y 3. imiml, Ky. . in Uichiuond C. 'Hi. Medicine and Surgery. -- I'rather ISmldiug, Main Street. JASFER, M. I in' Ht resilience (the (,'ilrr lilace) on llrwttlway. ----Kentucky. !MoM, W. EVANS. M D., I'll HMONO. 1 i'S'L'IAX -- AXD KUKOKOS, -- ' ' KkktuCvty II l'i T. iK .l.TAYLOil, Kentucky ntid ronldenea on Second Btrcft. iiiuiiur in Mnlieme and Surgery v 'HV..1N11, f fTicr ... DRXTIST, DENTAL STOGEBT. op LouisvtixK, Ky. Hi' IniiHnd, Ky. mH7-Iy next door to OoTernment.Ilalldlnit, omce hours 9 to 1 to 4. 1J-- Qn. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. orer Collins Clrocery. same office lately occupied hy Dr. W. W. nnrj-ln- r snll'ly Dr. Louis It Landman Cincinnati, Ohio, Richmond, Ky., on No .VO West Ninth Street, will be at the Hotel Zinimer. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 1899, rr'urning every second Wednesday o. each Hi' nth Reference every physician of Richmond, Ky. felne-l- y. ILLINOIS miL! SUORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. 1'ullrnan Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis? ville every Thursday night and runs through to Han Francisco. Ask yonr tlclet ascent for particulars or write to R II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Can Louisville to .uempnis ana n ew urieacs. " A. 11. HANSON. WM. A.1CELL0ND, O P. A. . Chicago. A. O. P. A- - Lonisvllle. -- Br. Goldstein, $ The Optic Specialist, TO HIOHMOSti will nerunn $ Thursday, Se?teber7Ui FOR TWfl 9U fWfcY. Tho fifty-nint- h annual convention of the Christian Mismonary Band of Kin- tuoky, and tho sixteoth nnnunl couvec tion of the Kentucky C. V. 15. M. weio held in the beautiful little town or Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Shelhyville.Auxu-i- t inclusive. This, 0vtt Rtaiaa apwtxa CO., WW TOW. like all the preceediii' conventions was very interesting and instruet.yo and was a Rteat success in every wav tie Helon and Mrs. Nannie Morgan, MEAT GOES UP. Monday and Tuesday nights weresiven the last two mado it their special caro to the Woman's Missionary ortraniza that I should have plenty for the NEW YORK AND CHICAGO ARE ADVANCING tious and some excellent upecches were cloister or innerman. The delegates PRICES. PURITY OF TONE, made. Ono lady made an elaborate talk from this county were Rev. W. R. upon our possessions of Hawaii.showing Lloyd and wife, Misa Beef went up in price Wednesday Aun Dejarnett, tho islnnd twoceutsapound, and all meats combined with great range progress ofwhere it idolatrous and the Miss Alice Lloyd, Prof. John Y. Fee ahont advanced in sympathy. the Christianity amoncr and myself. The convention was a were There and power are some of the those once benighted people. Misa Mc- comploto BUcces, every body enjoyed it was no exception to tho increaso ber, strong points of the Cono-ve- Cocklo from Eminence made a short. immoncely and we cause all retailers are now supplied bv tender Schubert, Kingsbury but sweet address, entitlod Our Mis to the people of Shelbyville. our thanks the big Chicago slaughtering concerns and Crescent Piano. through their local branches. Res sionaries. Dr. Niva Stevens, missionary to the kinjsdom of the risintr sun, Spain's Greatest Need. taurant men and hotelkeepers are un Japan, gave a very intcrestintr talk. It Being an Sir. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, easy at the present increase, and the will be remembered that much has spends bis winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak prospect that the price will go even been said nil higher. of very sold construction Guide about atone in the Chrietian nerves had caused severe pains in the creases: Following are some of the inMiss .Stevens and her back of his head. On using Electric it is recommended to those work In Japan. She Is from this State, Bitters, America's greatest Blood and week before Last who desire durabilit' as Wednesday morning the regular con Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him last. week. XX is well as a handsome ap- vention opened with prayer by Howard He says this grand medicine is what Porterhouse steak. steak js n pearance and .fine finish. Y. Cree. An'address of welcome was his country heeds. All America knows Sirloin steak rtoflnd IS 17 mado by the Key. Hugh MrClellan, that it cures liver and kidney trouble, Iloast (rib) beef.... 11 n We" have several stj'es. Some minister of 11 jj tho Shelbyville Christian purifies Uie olood, tones up the stom Prime roast 07 08 in Mahogony, Rosewood, church, and was responded to by Hey. ach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim. Round 17 cutler 18 etc. Prices range from WMt. Lloyd; of this city. His "address vigor and now life into every niucle, Veal of lamb Leg 11 u $225,00 up. Easy pay- was a powerful plea for homo missions. nerve and organ of the body. If weak, Lg of mutton 09 10 10 12 Mr. Elliott, who is secretary, handed tired or ailing you noed It. Every bot- Bacon ments. The Consolidated Ice Company has in an excellent report of the State tle guaranteed, only 60 cents. Sold by-HARDING & RIEHM. Board. Rov. Collis, Increased tho price of Ice to small con of the Broadway Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 1 sumers from 25 to 30 cents per 100 Christian church at Lexington, mado H. G. KENT, Agent, pounds. It is not unlikely thnt the an interesting talk, the subject of prico will be still further increased. which was the Orphans Home at Louis-villRICHMOND, KY. He showed how God-lik- e it Ouirklv r.llrn rnnRtinntlnn ami rolinild would bo to provide for the fatherless and invigorate the entire system and motherless out of the wealth with Refutes The Charge That Goe- - never irrine or nausonte DeWitt's Lit tle Early Uisers. Perry & Thomas. which the Almighty One has blessed belisA Goldbsg, us. P. H. Duncan, pastor of the Lud-leTO COL. BRECKINRIDGE. Christian church, talked on Insure your dwellings, barns and all other Sunday School's Greatest Need." Rev. In Words That Are Plain And To our friend of the Lexington Her property in the Blue drass Insurance Company, of Lexington, Ky., a borne institution. Sweeney,pastor of the Christian church Positive. ald we return our thanks for his ex Gives protection acaintt Fire. Llshtnlne and pressed belief that we would not knowTornado. The cheapest and most reliable in Paris.madean ableaddress.ontitled, company jor ine people 01 our couniy now Our Plea and Missions." It will ho If You Will Not BcIIsve The Man's Own ingly publish anything untrue that he operating in the State, and gets cheaper ever remembered that he was nominated at year as long as you continue in the company. Word, may have that conviction made absoFor further information call on their agent the Republican convention at Lexinglutely certain, we take pleasure in Riv and collector, B. tt. D. BLACK, Attorney-at-LaRichmond. Ky . office on Main Street. ton, for a State office. Prof. John G. BELIEVE HIM FOR HIS WORK'S SAKE. ing him the name of the leading poliopposite Court House, next door to State Bank Fee. that grand old man from Berea, s xrust uo., second uoor. tician to whom v Brown made the Hon. Harry Sommers Eays: our county, made a short, but pointed J. H. CARTER, Pres. statement, after the convention, thnt y mayJt-lC. O. BOSWORTH, Sec'y. "i'enntor Goebel is not a goldbng, nor he intended to take the stump in Octo address on the needs of the colored peo ple of central Kentucky, the first was has he even been one. He did not her for Goebel and the ticket. It is the to take under tho control and super- help to put silver in tho platform, but Hon. Frank Peak, of this county. Mr. vision of Hie church. Tho independent even since it was put there he has as Peak is not only a leading politician, FREIGHT PREPAID. nchool organization at Camp Nelson, loyally supported it as any man in the hut he is one of the best and trutt of Forthisftyle Jessamine county, the motion was sec--; party. I supported Wat Hardin over Kentucy's young men. A man whose high onded by Brother Dejaruett, from him, because lie had made tho first aew word will be believed everywhere he is W machine with Nieholasvillo, who spoke favorably iu fight in Kentucky for silver; but when known and tiiat means all over KenaU nttach-rnentwar- - regard the good qualities of the colored I supported him it was with the deter tucky. We did not feel at liberty to rant"l to vears. II scrvents from that section. The motion mination to do all I could to secure his make use of Mr. Peak's name until he, mr.chtne is not sat 111 rVrlTt' iffSt.1? UHclory in 30 day? carried without a desscnting voice. nomination, and if I failed in that, to himself, had authorized it, but as he taoney will he n Send cash Several persons present, in support the man who deleated him in furnished Judge Beckham, of this city, wi:h order. Goebel had with a signed statement sustaining our cirenlar this city, who were not on the program, the convention. If Senator scut on applica- wore Rev. Darsio, of Frankfort, it will been a goldbug ho would not have charge against Brown, we tako pleasure tion. be remembered that he held a very fought so hard and so brilliantly to in giving tho Herald the desired inforWHAYNE r.l'K-- CO., LOUISVIL1.K. CO FOURTH AVE.. successful protracted meeting In the elect Joe Blackburn, the leading silver mation. nich22-6Christian church, this citj', a few years man in the State, to tho United States Now let Mr. Brown explain that in since. Rev.Healey.from Cynthiana who Senate when the Cleveland Adminis terview with Mr." Peak and if he can. delivered the magnificent address at tration was against him, and the Courier-- give his reason for Iris change of mind. and the goldbugs were doMiss Lloyd's commencement exercises. Journal Chas. M. Lewis in Shelby Sentinel. Rev. Burnett Pinkerton, of Lincoln ing everything in their power "Our btby wassick for a month with him. county, who taught a male school in I have at my mill, near Waco, about three and Al "In 189G. when I had charge of tho severe rough tried catarrhal fever. she hundred thousand feetof lumber this city, tho writer being one of bis many remedies though we which I will sell at mill or loaded on cars. For pupils afterwards was pastor of the campaign in Kentucky, I know of my kept getting worse until we used One further particulars call on or address j. .11. liuvvaiAn.Ky. Christian church for several years and personal knowledge that Senator Goe .Minute Uougn tjure it relieved at once July.V3mo Waco, principal of Madison Female Institute) bel was very solicitous for the election and cured her in a few days." B. L. Nance, Prin. Hish School. BlufTdale. for quite a while. Rev. Whartor, mis of Mr. Bryan, that he tendered his ser Texas. Perry & Thomas. SEND US OHE DOLLAR from India made a powerful vices to me to do all in his power and IlKSXRTOtU tOlL XJbD HOOD sionary mw lt09 Uera COOK STOVE, bj freight CO.D subject to examination. raised me more money to elect Bryan Quarantine Withdrawn at Old Point Comfort. plea for the dying heathens of that uinuiia 11 at our freight land. He spoke of tho dreadfuTfamlne than any other man in the State. His depot and It The quarantine existing at Norfolk louna penpcv in thnt country and the untold suffer- own county, the home of Carlinle,gave and Old Point Comfort on account of BatUfactory ing of millions of the people. He spoke an increase Democratic majority, due yellow fever having been withdrawn, rU BIK. C11S 70a of the twenty-fiv- e millions of widows largely to his personal effects. In the tiiis Is to notify all concerned that the Ter raw or berd of that land, and of the great desire of campaign for the nomination for Gov- Chesapeake and Ohio railwny has reof,mr tn tKaVIUIir the people to learn the English lan ernor he declared in every speech he sumed salo of ticket to Old Point CommqiU guage as they think, it is the laugnage made that he was for Bryan, Blackburn, fort and all points affected by the mux. S13.Q0 of the greatest people or race upon and that he would not accept the nomi- quarantine. excur The ie tiw IT vnTK ran om bio free i the face of the earth and held a largo nation unless the Chicago platform was sions to Old Point Comfort on the sec wens wnnor &TOVE CATALOGUE. with delegates of natives reaffirmed. With this plain statement oud and fourth Tuesdays will also be t chanrefl. Thin fttnve U iIm Ko. I. oTn li convention IBUilPxll.tnulftlftSS: niAlfl f rum bet tilir Iron, extra flue, heary eorer. treaty ilMna anJ prate. from all over India, of over five thous of facts I can't see how any one can resumed, commencing with the second lanre uimjf. iianan tanre oven sneii cwtj ornainert'Ltlotv and ttlmntliifcn, extra and who could speak English fluently. call Goebel a goldbug. Mr. Bryan be Tuesday in September. Round trip Urjrc ttorp, i;tnQtiteMs4UhkmUliiliiMl rrvlr. lieves in him as a bimetaliist. Mr. tickets will be $15, limited to 21 days. omatnenfe1 base, ftrtt rvl amr n4c. and Ho said this wbb a sign .that was breakKm rBXK no wefitmih etr iro1 rrte. maklnflr If a per fret wm Weratr. IK ll'K A PlSriSfl CCAMiSTKX with . ing over that dark land. One feature Blackburn believes in him, and I add For full information writo Tery kto and Rar. tee wfe ncilry G W. Ban-keTourici-- t diairrwonM charce rua KIM that helped to make the convention a my belief to theirs." forauWi a ttove. the Xrelh( - only alKut l!.W for success was the part the churches In we )' Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky. tacovnniiiea, A'mrrcL aiieM Teat Throbbing Headache SEARS, ROEBUCK A CO.flKWKICACO. IIS, the country took in making tho conven(Sun, EMkaU a(kin Mmnkt rUiMfc B4Ur. jxnd n ReWhould quickly leave yon, if yon A tion a success. They took a day each aprS-Cand suppled the delegates with sump used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Tliotis publican politician from Monroe county tuous dinners at the City Hall which ands of sniferers have proved their was in Glasgow yesterday, and when we all enjoyed to the fullest. Four young matchless merit for Sick and Nervous ufked, "How many bolters are there ladies waited very politely, Mis Lizzie Headaches. They made pure blood and in your county?" said: "There is not Logan, Miss Frances Brown. Miss Net- - strong nerves and build upyourheattb. a single one over there tlut I know of." Easy to take. Try them." Only 25 cents. On the other hand, I believe Goebel is Money hack if not cured. Sold by gaining recruits from the Republican 1 5o Wv6 ADauVs ranks ovory day on account of the part Perry & Thomaa, Druggist. the Louisville & Nashville Railroad 0 Wv& "PcotAs. DOYLESVILLE Company Is taking in this fight. If that corporation continues its present Mr. S. P. Bush, of this place, is im attitude toward Goebel throughout the proving and will soon bo able to bo out We areuowoiferingyou campaign Taylor and the rest of Uie again. "20 per cent, or one-fift- h Republican ticket will be swiped from Misses Nannie and Katie Cades, of the face of the earth in November. olF on everything in our Red House, spent a few days last week When I get to Louisville I intend to go very large stock of Wall at their grandfathers, Mr. A. P. White, around to the Republican headquarters and other relatives of this place. Paper, from 5c per bolt and advise them to shake off the L, & Elmer G. Hisle. has arrived home N. people if possible. If they don't .011 upjn .price.. from Mt- - Sterling, Illinois, where ho Goebel will wipe up tho earth with has been engaged as salesman in a shoo us." Glasgow News. store with his brother-in-laMr. J. H. Wells. Evangelist YTm..S. Maxwell, ofWii- What does your mirror say? On everything in our Does it tell you of some little more, Ky., recently assisted Rev. W. streaks of gray? Are you line. Get prices from F. Wyatt in a protracted meeting at pleased? Do your friends of the Methodist church at this place. all the cities then sret the same age show this loss Twonty-eeve- n of power also? were added to the ours and you will see Just remember that crtv church and several converted. Catarrh cf tht tmtlt. It-hair never becomes darker ours will be the lowest. taust it it most prevalent in without help, while dark hair tii lummtr month, it culled "DeWitt's Little Early Risers did rapidly becomes gray when summer catarrh. me more cood than all blood medicines once tne cnange oegins, and other pills," writes Goo. H.Jacobs, Itsurprisesmany that Wo handle nothing but the best grades. of Thompson. Conn. Prompt, pleasbowel trouble is catarto order all kinds of We make' ant, never gripe, they cure constipa rhal. Dr. Hartman's of Paints In any color. "We make to tion, arouBa tne torpid liver to action books make this plain. and give you clean blood, steady kinds of Window Shades. orderalf "Write to the nerves, a brain and a healthy apWo make to order all kinds 6f Medicine Co., Columbus. O., for them. petite. Perry & Thomaa. Pictprtf Frames, Wall Paper, Paints They tell all about catarrh and how Bti f8T WAB8LE, cures it wjierevcr located. Oils, Vamisli, Brushes, Glass, etc. "I had chroniedlarrhaea Stock tho largest and prices alfor fifteen years," writes Philadelphia Record. ways the lowest. Mr. T. E. Miller, Grand Good returns from advertising are se Prairie, Tex. "I tried cured in the same manner as other many medicines and profitable results are attained in any doctors la vain. Atlast waa recomlino of human effort that is by keep- mended, and it relieved V. Jill STEEST. ing at it. Sporadic trails of tho adver- and cured tne at once." tising columns of even the best news RICHMOND, KY. Mr. John Hartlng, 633 will bring back to your hair papers bring only intermittent gains Main St, Cincinnati, O., the color of youth. It never A hoop which wabbles In its rotations writes: "My wife and fails. It is just as sure as myself tooJc your Pc-(- i, Dike ml Dili over the ground does not, of course, that best melts snow, or that ru-n- a for chronic diar-i- 'i follow a straight line, and tb tradeswater quenches fire. rhoca and It cured us. of Trains at Winchester. Ky. Timo It cleanses the scalp also man will discover by observation and No doctor or medicine and prevents the formation of wo tried before helped experience that in tho matter of adverWEST BOUND. dandruff. It feeds and nourus." 8 5a am tising he must be as regular and systeMt. Sterling and Lexington Accom ishes the bulbs of the hair 7 SO am Mr. Edward Wormack. Eastern Express for Louisville making them produce a luxumatic as iu the management of other Ledbetter, Tex., writes: 3 00 pm Lexington Accotru. Morehead and It stops the riant growth. M pm New York Limited F. F. V departments of ids establishment if ho " for bovrel hair from falling out and gives be anxious to keep on the direct road troubles is uneaualled EAST BOUND. a fine soft finish to the hair T 15 am by anything in myex-- M Lcxinatonnml MorehcadCAccom. to success. 11 68 cm New YorkLimitcd P. V. V perience. I owe my lUty IVo have a book on the Hair, and Lexington And AH. sterling Accom .... 0 30 pm and y Scalp which jon may cbUlQ IrM S 23 piu Kodol Dyspepsia Cure thoroughly life to Washington Express . . iwn request. digests food without aid from the stom- - snail always recomIf won An not obtain all ihe twttflU .ccomqiod&tion trains rita daily except mend it to those Suffervoa expec'e' from tho oe of the Othr trains run dail v. car ubn, uitu ni fciiv uuiuo 1.11. to imtin uu Vigor, writ lio ntor about lt. service to Through . A'lUI iax.M nrjirftu tlin f tcrtft.c,t rl lifnctltm nKitia ing as I was." ' and dining New York. LowclU Mr, John Edgarton, 1020 Third Ave,, It is the only remedy that does both of For informntiou, rates orleeperreervt'ons bene things and can be rolled upon to Altoona, Pa., sayst "I suafenid frenj ii, jiuuu, An.mtx2uj , clUI on or "'rive perinsitontlY mire ilynyevnU. J'itry A IvMntsry iof Xhtvt mm X Vik V I TilttiliWit riM WW Ms! WW wWl" s uj, 0. i. A, o f o.w.( 7-- R VA Baking Powder NERVOUS, WEAK, DISEASED MEN. Dn. k IC fill roitivelj enrs forever any form of Blooil or I Sexual disease. It is the remit of SO I years experience in tho treatment of I aueates. Itaese j CURE-N- O PAY tiik new MirrnoD tueatmevt. j original with K. NO M&veMlki. Cut The Price In Two. Our Reduction' Shoe Sale hits just opened. We are offering uumiitched bargains in Shoos for Men, Women and Children. Nover before wero Shoes sold at such prices, and i:Cf: L. E. LA NE, 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. CURE SYPHILIS s I This terrible Blood Poison, tho terror of mankind, yields readily to onr 'Ky TREATMENT. Beware of Mercury. Potafh.ete. They may ruin yonr yitcm. If you hare sores in tho month or tongue, pains in the joints, pore throat, hair or eyebrows taiitnc out, pimples or blotches, stomach derancement. aoro eres. hrad- hare the Iaehes, etc., you Polton. secondary stare Blood We solicit tha . most obitinato cases, and challenge the world for a cafe we accent for treatment I and cannot cure. Hy our treatment the nicer heal, the hair srowi ajrain, pains j disappear, the skin bacomes healthy, and j marnaxe is poiiiblo and l afe. HCerrfl The Best of Shoes We are making room for our immnnse stock uf Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter. To be had. ili Goods A Bright Prices! knm CURES GUARANTEED Thontandsof young, and middle-see- d men have their irior andxitality tapped by early abures, later exeeises. mental worry, etc. No mattsr'the oaitte, our n ew Aieisod 'j.reain?eni is tao reiuxe. WE CURE IMPOTEKCY I Think: of These: $4 3 3 2 00 00 00 00 Never before have such goods been displayed in Richmond as can be found at my place of business. CO And restore nil Darts to a normal eondi- tion. Ambition, life and energy are re-- f neweu, ana ooa ieels htni'eli man I among men. Ersry case i treated indi-- l nenee our wonder-- 1 TitiuallT no en re-a-ll ful snccers. No matter what ails too. I consult us confidentially. We can fur- - j bank bonds to nlhhwhat we claim. guarantee to accom-pl- if Men's Siioes going at Men's Shoes going at Ladies' Shoes going at Ladies' Shoes going at A S3 00 2 50 2 25 I o. HMYjOMMS We treat and cure; EirTPCTOVR. I VAHICOCELE, SVl'UtLIM. (1LKET,: STRICTUKK. IJIFOTEXCY, SKCHEl'j DRAINS. I'KNATURAL DfeCHARO-- l E.S. KIDNEY and ItLADDEU Direa.es. CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS I FREE. If unable to call, write fort rur 1IL.A.MV orKSTlO.V 1IUXE I 111' 250,000 rvT CURED largo assortment of Ladies' Oxfords. ju6t the kind every Lady wants. At prices that will suit the Come poorest pocket-booearly and get your pick. k. Hmm lie kmm. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. Fourth St., CINCINNATI, O. Rich Goods at Poor Prices. w Freeman Bros., RICHMOND, KY. aug2-l- y m Florida- - Havana m Solid trains, finest In the South, Cincinnati to g Jacksonville dil!y via the Queen anJ Crescent and g connecting lines. Through connections to Tampa, R Mianl or r!c.v Orleans, with fa:t Steamer Service ? to Nassau, ICcy Ycst, Havana, Santiago, and S g San Jinn Low rats round trip tickets. , , : j i..c i..;:;i oci , 13 per- vSgrtraa-w- : . scntu- - s i; in ucuui. 4 Bed room Suites, Dressers, Rockers, and in fact everything to be found in a First-Clas- s Furniture House. These goods are rare because of style exceptional because of PRICE. ex-Go- mm mm tahwj4 f a- J e- s mmuwA ulcs, I .VI t hour? to Jackson- - g vine, 54 ttoursg well-know- hi iiiAAV'.iirA-- r 'i c A. aC n m a 0 Lumber For Sale! I , You have horse sense. Then don't be a donkey and go pay out $G0 or $70 for a machine when you can buy one for half You can get a machine like the above cut, with which we will give guarantee, for that price. tomm oe...-- llOV THIS WEEK'S aa) ei .as .one as ..aaofil -- m 2,0, 25,aa 51.50. These machines will be sold for cash or monthly payments. Any thing to please our customers. 09 1 Special Lenders a)..-eaea.- - .aa Corns lw szz 09 .aasj aa OS es.- 9C- - as a a... D02TT FORGET IT aa fi-- ktidfi-flch- .. Reduced Prices...... SximxtViT aa ae ae - e u tiickrl-pMt- hand-min- e foyporrall-roadvtatlon- a.. a. a... Ti(lamas... Wash 8 .ao aa ae ..ao ao 9 aaia as as 00 a as i km. S, , E V I LL E 220-22- 2 M 0 B ERLE RICHMOND, KY. W. Main Street, a9 S3. NIGHT PHONE 23. DAY PHONE well-know- well-poste- d. s.. a.. 9fia.. a.. OOaa. a.. 0a... a.. a.. a.. a. a.. a.. a.. a., a... a.. a.. a.. a.. a.. a.. a.. BSa. a.. a.. 9Aea.. a.. a. aM e. as ac Choice Styles in Lawns, Dimities, aa --- aa AUVE Crepons, Piques, Percales. TER PRICES Ginglinms, and All going at SLAUGH- .as) ao ao aao aft Strins Mnnic Dlrrctor, Grad. Roj. Col. of MnMr, Munich. Superb aslvantacM in Art and in F.lorutiuii. Id America for Gronndat '33 tern) tt stu1fDtn hare reprrMit-t- l more than 3) Stattw. lUfiueil honie. Number limited. Termi reasonable. TII SMITH, A. M , Vm. t Aluminua of Uoir. of Va.) EAUIflllll anarr'i B HARRDOSBURQ, KY. StSSS. Cancer. JJyI2-8- fiSiYOlR h ain5)iLW3 aafcO aao No Plaster, No Paste, No Cutting, No Suffering, No Detention ao ao From Business, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay ao .ao Unless Cured. -- ao a0O ao ao as ao A Treatment That Cures HAIR TURNING a.. ta.- - OUT PRICES OX ALL Mid Summer Prices GRAY? JIMER DHDSRWEAE. AVomon's UMMER CATARRH Ra. Ca...a.a.-..- a., . aa..- - fiaea. a.. a..- -. a.. a.. an a. Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price $1.50,' can be purchased in the next Ten Days for $1.00 ;AU'others reduced . - ao ao Tho SurKeon's knife and burning plasters ami the norrihle crude methods ao ao heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer hns been forever displaced by and .tec tho advent of Dr. KegiBter'a New Horn jscienro Anteseptie fluid treatment. This e discovery works a new era in medical in and suiforera irotn Cancer, Lui'iire, aaaO Ulcers, Tumors. Goitre and Fistula can certainly he cured without tho horrible ao as torture attending tho qunck and ignorant methods in vogue lor n century, i v r ao fifty woll defined caees without a failure is the evidence to prove thu if this important medical discovcrv. This new treatment is thu result of a ill CO ourIi scientific 6tuJy of malignant diseasos and is based on the most rigid tciim- ( Unc principles. ao ao ao ao Dr. Rcsrister holds cold medals from leadlntr medical colleges for proficiency .osS acs in disoases of wbmen, and for the past ten yotus Jias confined his practice to feas male sufferers Hi", discoveries of recent date for the euro of malignant diseases ao as is due to the great increaso of cancer of the womb and lemalo breast. A woll as equipped sanitarium ii employed by him at HKi Court street, where his entire as -- o uu-ri- : ) .1- FEMALE DISEASES. 1 - Pe-ru-- a)eaa.. a.. a.. a.. time is devoted to female sufferers and malignant diseases. If sull'ering frmn nuy dlfiCJiso peculiar to women or ar.y manner of malignant growth oc sore, as write a full and concise statement of your caso nud get an honest expert" opinion as free. Cures can be made at home. Aildresf, as as as as as tea.. f Hair V Pc-ru-- IIm a.. a.. a. m a. a.. a. a.. " - vigor Pe-ru-- f S,N o.... Oa..-AOa.- a.. a.. a.. e a.. .. All sizes, good quality, at Cost. And remember our Clothing. Suits cornplete at Wholesale Prices. aoS as ao ao ao ao as ao as ao ao ao ao 10G Court Street, Memphis, Tenn. Wse4 Uta JET sewp us QUE DOLLAR j Cst tills a4. MlwJoawdtouwifa J$Ui)t s You earrrxmnH 09 U aS 9t OS eas o as at journeartt rrelffbt ucpou anilf yrtaBndll rxactlj aa rcprMtett, qnaltoorca thafl rvtall at ?&.oO U I w. Vtf, Uio yreatwt value yoaerr Mir and (arlttrtUJuiorsvttiiadTartlMd byotbors at mora money, pay r aflal 09 tlaya Aer frlcc, 331.75 the f mitit amttt rssilstttM CBe.n km oo Oaa.. Oaa.. . aa... IfUn aa... Sea... as a.. a.. .. Ooa... Cfiaa... sea..-a.- Take advantage of this Reduction Sale. Come to Mc-- Kee's when you want to save, money. Respectfully, as .os as so ..as ..as es ..as as -- . STwrti. eric chare wa tne er md before. swutkst mMBUUBUCi-tla on a of as TUJiUistrasKaUeferMi. From the illmtrattuu t horsfwbKi' 3L 75 IS QUE SPECIAL SO PAYS' PH1G er c4rthT. Hnth TH E ACME QUEEN btattfut appearance utanttrAvcd tuncx u m bo Ioiik, ii lnnea.vtdfl Celtwtk and velcha peoHd - CajofUr Crtweaa, Trt( SUjiusa fm ujTtz Hamuisf 3 OeU? Cecr'twi Ct9'is&wtlU 1 TkM easlfcrai Tovea 1 UnaiQ'vwi bwHU 4 i8rt rip Qvalltj Ksr4av t Prt IS! Van twet 9(M.a Mi.tsr7 KocO, t ArteSI Fi4JH.U (aMM &bl I ef t Dalina, Mvledta, ps "9 ..a .os so nst as as ss acs nvoM AUalHliKETV toiflntllioil wiVba?lt UeV?d nil to Krenrh JJilrror. nickel ttlatwl ilal fiamc. a ftoea puMi Kr4 which aroouly lnuriiieirtii tMetUnthala?tifXtiaTar.e utwJtii.Uaa- nomas, aim) utft.l isEititra ai VOlf btjUrura htoclc and llnotil lrathsr In tlves. tu nrMlmmm Pr.stls.4l H. flJ sttdftl &AClaUE;Vaaf.ac-Uonvomlrtorthtjeirl- el T lti. Pe-ru-- as-we- . . ... a. V aea. (Ct ... ) 4 SQn-itap- ajca... skx-tin- 1 ic Ooa... ca. OS..' mm '.'as fas.. as; Ltlfta HI .":. .oi u wrtttt, bliulWf spiral. KuaMut. tjr ! Try lto.w.;Ua- - J 'iStKmU It ti niorwy If you ar Jut trtoctljr irrurot Vaiund.MA'aftlaajuiraujwllIlihMaVM.1. OUl'IW AT O.NOK. JINT.K1..Y. IU-- f4taa,rz. Jw aiki,&:7r'jrIXiitJfv lffkJfeKvSifej?tiV'-C- , ' t Elf M rSXW-- ' ' ' 0DnilLIASlLiTYT'ESTBU3:IED ( - utnMi(iuicxHdt7aurM-u;iitMrMtitiiait,vi- ll,iilttlttlrh.r,irfiity innfrArSritrrllMn - K- m.: T ' . 'T s( rP:1fivS' KlX!5ai'!:S'!3 PWwffM .. Cvar" i 1 - ).,. ..Mtltl Ct a... C6,a;juaaaMr)ra,rcr-nlainMi- r a.ai"iJt.tr)rt!JiiS.t"1 rti.--l lMlrkw IRA Aa .J' ,n baiuia. it. irt ..I.., ssu I nn Pr'nt S hows through The Richmond Climax. Pfr" Gov. McCrkary will Bpeak at next Monday. No one is doing better work for the regular ticket than who was a dele Baton. our own gate to tlin Louisville Convention. Editor. Cyn-tliiut- ia train dispatcher, and conductor, down to the humble flagman brakeman, the -- PERSONAL Y4t MtfTnbfoverlookingithftipJacid'flow calling calls for fidelity, capacity and heroism. It is a dangerous calling. I A. UL "iftSff"71 Mr. Goobol tried, and measurably suc C 12. WOODS. Associate ceeded in throwing around these men At tlifa time when there seems to bo the safety and protection of law. Ho WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23,- - - 1899. a disposition on the part of the Repub- went further even than I would go lie lican parly to force gold monometallism stretched justice in a proposed law for I'UULlSHKlJ EVEKV WEDNESDAY BT on the people, the icport of the Direc- the protection of these mcu and their Co. tor of the Mint, showing that the U. 8. families. Yes, I wonder if these men Tha has fallen to tho third position among who, if Goebel is beaten, mil be sacrificed lMtlCIS PKll VKAB, $1.50. the nations In gold producing power, on their account, wUl be driven to destroy offers food for reflection to those who their friendt I can not behove it-- If would take this rash step. the railroad cmploves go back on the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Captain Ed L. Hines, bolternomi-fie- e men who try to protect them by law, lor for Secretary of State, is thor- then they are slaves indeed, and wiiat I FOlt OOVEKNOK, oughly fitted to be a candidate on the have said of their fidelity and heroism HON. WILLIAM GOEIJEL, OK K KM TON COUNTY. Bolters1 ticket. He began bolting I will have to take back. I am no enemy to railroads. They Democratic tickets in Warren county are a part of tho property of tho coun- -. I'Olt LIHUTKNANT GOVEKNOR, when John Rhea's father was running J. C. W. KECKAM, for Congress, and ho consistently kept try and a great interest, but is it unrea . OK NKI.SON COUNTY. it up until John Khcawasold enough to sonable to limit the power of the pow run himself, and then he bolted John. erful? That is the essonce of DemoI'Olt ATTOUJiKY OF.NIJHAL, cracy, the safety of the employed class, 11. J. liRKCKlNKlDGK, John C. Duoegk, of Kenton county, Think well, then, you who propose by OK UOYIjK cunty. has bolted nearly every "Democratic your action to surrender all rights even koi: AuniToit, ticket offered in his city and county in to right of voting, to corporato power GUS COUI.TEK, the last 10 years, and bolted Bryau in and greed 1 Be warned! Else the power OK Git AY liS COUNTY. 18!G. His consistency cannot be ques that enslaves the farmer and merchant tioned, for lie is now bolting a bolting enslave vou also. FOK TltKASUKHK, city ticket in Covington. lie is against S. W. HAGER. I might have thought it but Griffin OK I10YD COUNTV". George L. Davidson for Mayor, as well gas, but Mr. Milton Smith, with boldest as ngninst the Democratic nominee. etTronteiy lias proclaimed the same in KOU SKOKETAllY OK STATK. whoever he may be. tent. I would pfirsecuto no interes- tCAI.15I! J5UECK1NH1DE HILL, all interests aro in a souse allied, but OK OLAIUC COUNTY. The Democratic pchism is complete. It presages tho continuance of Itepublican all men (and those fictions of men called irOKCOMMISHIOXKUOKAGItlCUIrUllE administration, tho early revision of the corporations) should bo under the rea I. X. KALI,, election laws, the enactment of .pro sonable restraints of law. OK JKUKEltSON COUNTY. gressive legislation aHecting the busiJ. M. Thomas. ness interests of Kentucky, and the honest and economical conduct of the FOB SU1''T. OK I'UllMO INSTUCTION, State government. II. V. McCHESNEY, OK LIVINGTON COUNTY. The above is not from a Democratic but from a Republican paper, tho Lou 3l). D1ST. VOn KAII.KOAI) COMMISSIONER, isville Commercial. Our bolter friends TRIBUTE TO WM. GOEBEL. COL A- - W. HAMILTON, can now see just what the Brownmove- OF MT. STEltLIXO. ment, if successful, will lead to. Tells How he Was Approached Climax Printing FOB ItEPBESKNTATIVK, MADISON COUNTY. HON. W. W. COMHS, ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE. action of the Democratic party. Wo are authorized to announce M. M MILLER a candidate for County Clerk, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. skinning is correct, Jas. B. McCreary, who had an appointment FOR COUNTT CLEBK. thero in behalf of the Democratic ticket, We arc authorized to announce ARCH K AVANAUGII DOTY for Count Clerk, sucject did the job and the Judge was the man to the action or the Democratic rany. who got skinned. The Louisville Dis Wo are authorized to announce C. M. RAY- 11URN a candidate for County Clerk, subject patch, the organ of the to tho action or me Democratic rany. people, had no report of this meeting. We are authorized to announce D. B. TKVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the li. J. Kewlon, in Owenton News. party. anti-Goeb- We arc authorized to announce JUDGE JOIINO CHKNAULT a candidate for County JiiiIrc, subject to the action of the Democratic Judge J. W. Greene adjourned court .at Burlington to make a political speech at Williamstowu last Monday. The Judgo went over to "skin" the edi tor of the Williamstown Courier, County Judgo J. H. Wcstover, but, if the Ciucinnati Enquirer's report of the We are authorized to Announce JOHN F. WAG KRS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison cou iilfy Hubjwt to the action of the Democratic party. rjheriu, subject to me action oi me Democratic pany. We are aetliBrized to announce MARTIN GKNTIIY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison amnty , subject to the action of the Democratic iwrty. Wearc authorized to announce P. R. IUtOAD-HUM candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. B We are authorized to announce JOHN W. BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for FOB A88KSSOH. cratic party. We arc authorized to announce JAS. L. 1IAKK11 a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce GEOROE NOI.ANI) a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce G. W. The Climax is glad to uote that where- DKATIIKRAGB a candidate for Assessor of MadiMin county, subject to the action of the over Mr. Goebcl speaks many who had Democratic party. We are authorized to announce 1IUD DUNN, theretofore been opposed to him are of the Glade District, a candidate for Assessor, coming forward and giving him the subject to the action of the Democratic party. riutit hand of fellowship, pledging to FOR JAILER. HAM a candidate for Arsessor of Madison osunty subject to tie action of the Demo- We are authorized to announce JOE OLD- and instructive to known what theluading Republican paper of Kentucky, tho Commercial, has to say of the Bolter's convention: 'The Democratic convention held at Lexington yesterday had its peculiarities. It was a rather incongruous mixture, its to the sentiment which con trolled it, of earnest and honest protest against the political outrage per petrated in this city a few weeks ago, and o purchased tnaignation that was plainly vnder the orders of the agents of a powerful railicay corjmation operating within the limits of this State. The leaders of the movement are in the main sincere and patriotic A great many of the clacquers at Lex ington yesterday were employed to male a nouc uhich teas absolutely tritltoitt signifi cance as an indication of Democratic senti went." anti-Goebel It will bo interesting Wc are authorized to announce JAME3 C LAOKKY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce PETER O. 1'AlUtlSIl a candidate for Jailer of Madison omiuty, subject to the action of the Democratic Wc are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for one term only, subject to Mm action of the Democratic jwrty. FOR C1IIBF OF rOLlCK. lorly. Irty. Wearo authorized to annpunce EVERETT HtCllRY fur Chier of Police for the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. II. a candidate for Chief of Police, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce J. D. FEENY a candidate for tho office of Chief of Police of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. ALL-MA- N FOR COUNCILMAN. We are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOIIS, our leading tailor, a candidate for Councilman in the Court House Precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic party. C,F, Brower&Co Lexington, Ky. I 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 domnntion. We hope the same may be true In regard, to those in Madison countv who now oppose him. Most of tho opposition in Madison to Mr. Goebel is from as good and true men us live in the county. A sense of duty prompts them to this course and we feel confl. dent should they become satisfied that they wero In error they would have the manhood to say so, and would there after be as faithful as any of the satis fied. It is well known that tho Climax was bitterly opposed to Mr. Goebel and its opposition we doubt not originated from the 6amc source, to a great ex tent, as those here now opposing him, We now believe be is a much abused and foully misrepresented man. We believe bim to be a patriot, ever ready to battle for the peoples' interest, and it affords ua 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 so noble a leader. 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 ioung Brown was an active candidate for the nomination which was given to William Goebel. Ue 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 McClaskoy, of Spencer county, Senator Newton Frazier, of Shelby county, Congressman Wheeler, of the First Kentucky district, and Mr. Edward Leigh, formerly Mr. Brown's pri vate secretary, and now a supporter of Goebel and the Democratic ticket, Failing to secure tho nomination him self, Mr. Brown declared ho would sup port the ticket.but at the same time de clared 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 ho offered himself to lead the bolt for con siderations of conscience and the vote of the Republican representatives in the next election of a United States Sen ator. John Young Brown, disappointed r, has a clear title to a place on the bolters' ticket. office-seeke- It A Moderate Priced ' The popular Chiffonier Folding lied is :t devulopu.ent of the mobt progressive factories and put with in the reach of every home; a safe, convenient, comfortable piece of furniture. Safe Because there are no weights, to apocnte it. no Bpringp, im complicated machinery required Convenient Because you can put a mattress, pillows and the bed clothing required for .the coldest weather, lnako it np ready for occupancy then fold it out of tho way. GOEBEL AND THE L. & N. Ford, Ky., August 16, 1899. Jram Democrat: In ere was a railroad freight agent or solictor for Comfortable Because the L. & N., named Griflln.in our ofllce this morning, who plainly stated that it has just the bamo springs and "we (identifying himself with the L. & mattress that a more expensive bed N) wore trying to and intended to beat hap. and they are good. Goebel for Governor. Of course tho farmer, the shipper, the Desirable Because merchant, will see that his interests lie in the reasonable and proper restraint thoy are so reasonable. AVo have and limitations oc tho rates of freight, thutn iu Oak or Imported Mahogany elsowise tho railroads will simply eat out the kind. We can not aflord this. for istWor $12, S15, $16 aid $20. C,F.Brower&.Co . i) main and broadway, Lexington,. Ky. . wondering ii tho railroad employes knew the struggle Mr. Goebel made for them in the .Legislature at last and other Eessions? I am a friend of employes. I stood by the boys wben the K. C. etc, wanted to them without pay. If thero is in all the land a pursuit calling for the highest manliness, courage and chivalry; if thero is one that has developed horoea, it in the one that operates our railroad.i, From the operator who notes tbc tick ui Uli ibutrHiae?( the was die-char- Prof. R. E. Roberts, of Jackson, is 'a V fragrant flowors exhale their 'sweetest t I have thirty acres of standing corn for sale. here for a few days. same on farm tor further Purchaser breath, awaitingtho resurrection morn, particulars can feed or address. call on Eucy Miller Wooten.of Atnarillo,' Mrs. The doudsiof badblood erfpclopir.g now' sleeps the,"'form"' off?fthis noble Texas, is visiting Mrs. Kobert Miller. fuimarufy ha.DC a s&vcr lining in ike shape christian woman. aug23-3lied House, Ky. Mrs Richard Chandler, of Waco, of a specific to remove them. His HocxT s "There is no death! An angel form Texas, is the guest of Mrs. G.MJ Will- - S&TS&paT&a.. America s Greatest Mzcicir.e, Walks o'er the earth with silent tread; lie bears our best loved friends away, which drives oat id! impurities from ihe ging. And then wc call them dead I" Hon.-J-. A. 6ulliyan.is.back from tho Hoed, of cither sex or any a;e. ( f'And ever near us, though UBseen,j White Mountains where lie spent a Their dear, immortal spirits tread; month. For all tho boundless unlverse--. . Is lilo there, are no deadly a. amnii ,ml iitinrnev in fact for the heirs Miss Maymio Rayb'urnTbf Eoxihgton, at law of Terry . Perkins, dee'd., I will, on ll, at is visiting Miss tVug. 20, 1S99. 's' Miller's Crenk, Ky. Paint Lick. Winchester papers pleasocopy.Why ho is For Goebel Mrs. T. W.' Davis aiiiljtwosons, of Campbellsvillo, are the guests' oi Mrs. A prominent citizou.'of Yalley View; ' Hotife. Tai usually thc clubman's last beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., sell on the prem S. Parrish. made this frank statemcut yesterday resort ises at puoiic anciion, 10 me uisucii. ujuuer, the following tracts of land belongins to said "When' Goebel was.. nomiuatedJIfsaiu - decedent: Mr. Richard Gentry, Jr. has accepted ikoeverybody'elsejtho seafwaves ar1st. The tract on the waters I would not- - support him. Since thenJriva atthcshore licreatrstyle.bnt' thoy nfTatH Orpek-- containing 89 of Stony Branch a position with a hardware company acres, be ' ing part of thcifarra where said Perkins form my name has been industriously eircu go away broko ' Nashville. at erly resiaea ana uuibccu. iu lamia ui tu. rAi uauiwin. itra. i'rirtntt. nower. Mra. Ellen Perry and. two grandchil lated as an enemy of the DemocraticKelly and tfs almighty good tniiijr that the YOnneJones,Beckerinu diand now occupied by re dren, of Jessamine, are ucsuj of Mrs. ticket and tho Kepubhcans seem so J. II. joiced over it thatl am, datcrmineiL.to Lord does not enforce tho law us He 2d. The tract on Tanner-- s nrancn Dcing me Henry Perry. RnnthFnnnat rjortl.Tn of Terrv Q. Perkins .. yoto for the entire Goobol ticket? as I did against Ananias- dee'd., containing 92 acres, adjacent to the Ben Holladay and son, Ditye, of will Mrs. lands of Elbridite Harvey, I Perkins and not allow mv disappointment to others and havinir outlets to the county road Clark, is visiting Mr. JJ. If. Brown at play into tho hands of ny CORRESPONDENCE. g hut excluding Irom mis Dounanry o acres oi wncidlmid allotted to the widow as Dart of her White Station. Brown political enemies. My vote-fo- r dower and thereby reducing the tract to be sold to 81 acres anu wnn rererrauon oi roou Mr. George Allen has returned to could result in nothing but tho contin WA GfillS VILLE for the widow to her timbered land. Kentucky Tennessee after a visit to hia brother, uance of Republican misrule in Ken 3d. The tract on the waters of river on the sooth side of the county road op"Bean" Allen, Silver Creek. tucky, and I am too tired of that to bo posite the dwelling of Terry O. Perkins, dee'd., Estill county. acres; bounded on the north contains; 59 Jos. A. Hum responsible for its prolongation." Prof. R. Riiybum, of Bcrea, spoke or tne widow's dower, on me west ny oouson nfnstor1 lnnrf. nn thp past and south bv Terrv phreys and wife, of Fayette, are the herotTuesday night. Program of Teachers Association. Ci. Parkins. Jr.. and this land, with good! guests of Mrs C. D. Chcnault Petctious are being circulated in orchard on same, now occupied by .iua rer Teachers association of Million Mag Vlns. Mr. W. D. Oldham is back from the istcrial District will bo held at Autoich Estill to tako a vote on local option. These lands are fertile, well watered, convenient to churches, oost office, schools and near East whoro he went to purcuase-- a church, on Tates Creek pik, Saturday, A difficulty took place ou Ross1 the railroad. They have on them good, com- tremendous fall Block for the Busy Bee. August G. .Dinner on tho ground. Creek, Lee county, Friday last, between lortahle dweuicgs. oninonses, ana are in an respects desirable for homes. ime.Lnim ot once uiiT&uiuduiiuiUY Mrs. Harriet Campbell returnc'dMon Every body invited. YVill begin Jas. Kreoiiian ou one side and S B. 1, 1900, when possession will be given and day from Shelby county and is visiting prompt ly at 10 o'clock. d in 12 months from the Gumm and Wm. Rnder on the other. deeds mirie: in 18 mouths from her daughter, Mrs.. James Deathcrage. Freeman slabbed Gum in in tho arm day of salo and ifoics TOin me day oi saie. security VKOCilCAJI. required of buyers with interest on deferred and leg and Radcr in the neck and payments from January 1, 19C0, and lien re Mr. H. P. Reid left Thursday for a Devotional Exercises. breast, whereupon Rader shot Freemsn served. week's visit to his mother in Mt..' Ster Music. Title to the lands indisputable. ling. Address of Wolcomo, G.C.Stockor. in tho back as ho ran away. The shot, it is thought, will prove fatal. WM. L. CRUTCHER, Miss Katio Smith is at home from a Response, J. L. Combs. Att'y. in fact for Perkins' Heirs. to Miss Willie May Denny, week's visit Music. PAINT LICK. Barnam & Moberley, Att'js. at Manse. Address to patrons and Trustees, aug23-4Thos. Ferrill, Auct. By au L. & N. Attorney. . Mr. Ira Schoolflold, who has been tho Jesse Cobb. Miss Lcta Feeland is the guest of Dist Library, Mrs. C. D. Turner, guest of Mr. Neale Bennett for sevoral Miss Florence Lackey. CRUEL ATTACKS UPON week, left Sunday for his- - lidiuo in Mrs. John Flora, Miss Jnnca Feland G. C. Farris, of Kirksville, was here A. J. Milliou. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE Bcllvuo, Ky and "Thoronchbred Southdown Bucks. I have for Sunday com ting with grace. , Reccs.l Mr. and Mrs. Lan Body, Fred and sale a small number of early Buck Lambs, ot Have Awakened Indignation and Rallied Miss Lila Taylor, of Richmond, is tho the celebrated Cassias M. may stock or south- Greatw-- t Needs of the Public Schools, Alex. Rucker came up from Cincinnati downs. Many Supporters. pleasant guest of Mrs. Hudson. Jomes Sanders, Prof. Clark. ang23-2B. J. CLAY, Sunday and spent the day with Capt. Mrs. A. U. Ely, of Reebles, Ohio, is ' Dinner. and Mrs. J. D. Feeny. Mt. Stkkling, Ky., Aug. 19. Rev. visiting her parents at this' place, i : W. T. Tibbs, of this city, one of the Mr.T. S. Gibson, of Gibson Station, Afternoon. t American Citizenship, Hon. "W. B. Mifs Maynie Rayburn, of Lexington, ablest and best men in Kentucky, hav Va., who has been tho guest for a week it visiting Miss Hallio Campbell this ing been invited by County Chairman of his sons. Drs. H. R. and W. M. Gib- - Smith, Reason Why all tho Branees Should week.. II. R. Prewitt to introduro Mr. Goebel sou r has returned home. be Taught to Every Pupil, Misses Miss Fannie Tarkes ia Jpeu'dfng the Monday and being uuablo to be here, Mr. John R. Gibson leit on Monday writes this strong indorsement oi tho for New York and Pittsburg, where his Hattie Taylor, Minnie Hendren.'Addio week with Iter undo, Mr James Parkes, n Democratic uoniineepor Governor from fine mare, Maude Emperor, will contest Clark and Alma Whittock. at Kingston. tI Music. Red Sulphur Springs, W. Va.: for a big purse this week. ,Miss Patsey Coruclison will-bthe Paper, Organization of School, "John Young Brown was one of our Mr. Casey M. Owsley is roported ill guest ot friends hero from Thursday Miss Leland. During his public of lung troubled in Lexington, which best Governors. until Tuesday. Music. career, from his first speech to the re will be learnetl with regret by 'his W. B. Jones, Jr.. was trading horses Relation of Teaohor to Morals of the cent day of vacillating weakness when many Richmond friends. and "coquetting" in the Fort Estill Community, Prof. L.V. Dodge. he slipped and fell, I followed him with neighborhood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Evans, Mr. and C. F. IJkook, iuterebt and admiration, as is my cus J SSOM61 Bon:,'. To tlie wifoof Gabriel Salter, Mrs. D. S. Harber and Mr. and Mrs TONIGHT! torn, and sought all information bear for a C. E. Woods leave on the 21st inst., a bouncing ten pound ing on his life and character and made EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY sulphur boy, christened William Goobol Salter. Hart, thoLaugh King, in the Wonderful Hyp measurement of the real man. I know week's outing atBoonesboro ihe man is who has a cooti, sound, re well. R. L. Arnold delivered to Jako Rob liable carriage' under him. He can notic Demonstrations. him. rest secure in the thoudit that when Sedalia.Mo. "I know William Goebel. Willi the .Miss Lillian McClure,of Field, Tonight our citizens will be given inson, of Lancaster, lust week, 40 two he has one of our welt made, reliable in his year old cattle that; averaged 1,100 assurance of knowledgo I nilinn that granddaughter of Curtis their hrst opportunity of witnessing pluetons, carriages, runabouts, whale the life of William Goebel from child- day one of the foremost citizens of what has been declared by both the pounds. ' bono speeders, or road carts, that come hood to this stormy hour of battle has Madison county, is visiting Mrs. Curtis press and public to be tho best exhibi Dr. C. E. Poyntz, who has bcon nurs what may on the rnail, his wagon never will give way. Wo have one oi tne always moved on a more elevated plane F. Moberley. tion of hvpnotism given, when Hart ing a swollen face for several days, stocks of road wagons, rockaand has developed a far nobler charMr. and Mrs. Harry B. Hanger en begins a four nights eugagement at tho caused by an onslaught of the kiss- finestand rubbertired binaries in Rich ways acter". He is a man to trust. When tertained in honor of Miss Fant, of opera house with his wonderful hyp ing bug, has about recovered. JOHN D0NELS0N, Prop'r, mond. Kentucky Carriage Works the truth has shamed to silence the Flemincsburg. at Hotel Iroquois, Sault notic demonstrations. Attonight's per Mrs. B. M. Ixuir and daughters and weary libeler, the slanderer and the Ste Marie, Michigan, tho affair being formance Hart will put tho man ho Miss Lucilo Ramsoy, who have been calumniator, this heroic man will not one of ihe swellest of the season. buried under 7 feet of eartli for CO hours rccuponiiin? at Dripping Springs for only be trusted, but loved as well. Not Mr. John H. Chandler is at Atlantic at Frankfort, in a hypnotic sleop from sevoral weoks, returned homo siuce the days of Andrew Jackson has City for a few days with Prof. Gordon which he will not awakeu for two days Miss Grace Tudor, of Crab Orchard, such a Democratic leader stood on the Paxton. Mr. Chandler will conduct and nights. At tho close of the enter who iias been, visiting Mr. and Mrs. of battle to wake all tho the Whitley County Teachers. Instituto, tainment the bleeping man will bo fiery front Simulate, will not return homo for 6ev In pursuance of an order of the Madi fury of his foes aud to ovoke the death- before returning. transferred to souio prominent store eral days on account of smallpox at son county Court, entered at its July less devotion of his friends. term, lSIM), the uudersigned. State Bank Mr. nnd Mrs. George "W. Taylor ar- and placed in tho window, where ho that placo. ''Since the Louisville convention I rived laftAyeek from ButtejCity, Mont., will remain without food or water uutil & Trust IO., ot Kichmond, Ky., as asThe wheat trust composed of Jack signee of John Powers will soil pub have met two typical advocates. The and are visiting Mrs. Taylor's parents, Friday night. Adams, Bige E,tridgo and Henry licly, on the premises, in .Miulison first to accost me was a stranger of Mr. and Mrs; "Wm. McCord. Thoy are Mooro have about bought all tho wheat countv, near Silver Creek, Ky , on iutellectual force and insinuating man- accompanied by their two bright in this section at prices ranging from ners. He gently unfolded before me an daughters. CO to 05 cents. Thursda.?, September appalling picture of tho moral turpi Tho Paint Lick baso ball team will tude of Goebol, and against it he told a Mr. EH Armstrong.oITexas, returned cross bats willi tho Imcastcr nine on beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., to the fascinating story of the shining virtues home last week after a pleasant visit M, Richardsor. the homo grounds Saturday afternoon highest and best bidder the lollowinc of all the men in his part cf tho State to his sister, Mrs Como out all ye Paint Lick people ahd nronerty. viz.: on A certain Tract of who were against the Democratic ticket Mr. Armstrong was formerly a resident Land located the waters ot Silver haying moved to Texas witness a good game. for tho purpose of placing the Repub of this county Creek, and on tho Silver Creek and twenty-thre- e years ago. lican candidates in power. He assever Mrs. Ed Ballard bought ISO acres of Monalaus turnpike, containing 433.52 Popular Will Ed Cabel. of Middles- ated that all the good men wero against land one milo north of Stanford on tho acres.. The farm has been surveyed by o. i kock, uounty surveyor anu diGoebel. A happy coincident enabled borough, Captain of a company in tho Lancaster aud Stanford pike, at 70 vided into three tracts ns follows: me to learn that he was on the payroll new 31 Regiment, was hero Friday en per acre and will move thereto witli Tract No. 1 Beginning at the sugar of the Louisville and Nashville Rail route to Fu Thomas. He is destined tree si.ag corner to Boss; thence S her family next week. polos to a stake comer to W 82 road Company. Ho took me for a vir- for Manilla whither the best wishes of a Tho Rev. Edwards, Qf the Richmond, land formerly owned by 13. Moberley's tue. Silence suddenly settled upon host of friends accompany him. begau a protracted mcctiug at Mt. iieira; inenco s mi & lu-- i u poles to him. Aftor reflection lie came to as That was an elegant party of Cincin Tabor church Suuday ovening, which the center of the .Mennlnus and Silver sure me the L. and N. railroad was not nati ladies who spent two days on their will eontiuue until Tuosday, the 20th, Creek pike corner to W. U. Lane and HAKT 8 nUilAN BRIDGE. southwest corner to the John l'ovrers using as much monoy in this campaign coaching tour of the Blue Grass, with at which time aud place tho association homestead; thence with tho center of Tho advanco sale for tonight is sit meets. or taking as active a part ns some peo- Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Chonault, Mrs. pike and lines of homestead N 20 ple supposed. poles, N 401 E 50 Pattie Selmes, Misses Campbell, Eck- ready very largo and one of the largest poles, N Mrs Ike Arnold, of Cartoreville, sold 20 15 15 1!) 0 poles, N Zi W 2(5 "My second interviewer was a distin stein, and Woley- - They traveled in a audiences of the season is promised. 170 acres of land last week to B. Allen poles to John Maupin's corner; thence Every paid ticket reserved before C for $2,000. Mr. Thomas Higginbothain new guished minister of the Gospel, for a coach and tour via Lexington, Richpoles to the line S 87 V 234 generation a conspicuous figure in re mond, Siiakertown and through Wood p. in., will admit one lady free tonight. also sold 50 acres of his acrep. farm to E. G beginning, containing 130 0 ligions enterprise in Kentucky, known ford county. at tho fkee 4 v. M. Creech, of Clay county, at $17.50 per of Tract No. 2 Beginning to tract center a water gap corner No. 3 and loved by thousands, oven beyond Among tho guests at Estill Springs liart will nave a committee oi prom acre. of said farm and rUnmug thenco down the borders of tho State. To his anx from this place Sunday were: Mrs. inent citizens go from the window The Tates Creek Association meets the center of Silver Creek N 43 W 34 ious inquiry I replied that it was claim- - Letitia Broomfield, Miss Mary Spencer whoro the hvpnotized man is sleeping 0 poles, at Mt. Tabor church next Tuesday. 29, w z poles, NJN S0 W 16 0 poles. SN 60 Sl) poles. (7 w &o ed that all the good men in Montgom Smith, J. (!. Chcnault and family, D. andhido a blank envelope in a lock lasting two days. The members have W 22 0 poles. S 52 W 14 poles, S 43 ery county white and black weroj M. Chcnault and family, J. R. Porter box at tho post ofllce, and then hide 13 42 poles, S 73J W 13 against the Democratic ticket, but and family, W. W. "Watts and family, the key anywhere iu town that they made araplo preparations to entertain W 30 poles, S W 0Wpoles; thence leaving all guests. Dinner will bo served on K)le8, S S0 F. pleaso, and go back to the window. there were enougli sinners in Mont E. V. Elder and family, Mrs. C. the creek and with tho Mornn lines b the grounds each day. 2G& W 31 poles. S WA E 36 gomery county to make some noiMJ for Burnam, Messrs. D. noles. Louis They will then blindfold Hart, who will W 21 0. Miss Mayme Elliott, the nttractivo S pole; thence leaving Goebel,Blackburn and Democracyjthat Svhlegel, It. K. Barnaul, E T. Burnam. find the key, go to the post ofllce, find Moran's line and by new line N 78 E not being myself invested with the J. S. Smith and Joe Giunchigliani. uio uox, uiuock u, una tne manic en- dauchter of tho Rev. Milton Elliott, of 12!) 5.10 poles, N 42K E 82 0 poles to Mayfieid, Ibut formerly of Kirksville, crystalline virtue and elevated piety velope and deliver it to the person to the beginning and contain? 123 pissed through hero Monday en route acres. that characterizes the opposition,! was whom it is addressed on tho inside. to Kirksville where she will bo the Tract No. 3 Beginning nt tho sugar not a bit too good to vote tho Demo tree snagcornertoKoss; thenco new line cratic ticket, and that probably, many Protracted meeting at Glade church "Ring the Bell Softly, There's Craps on th guest of friends this week. N 87 E 233 poles to a stake in tho Door." of the saints would fall from graco and commencing on Sunday. west side of tho pike road; thence with How's This? Oc tho morning of the 1th inst, at the west side of said road down Dodds enter tho ranks of us sinners. Rev. S. A. Owens will conduct union "We offer Ouo Re "The grand old minister thon inform- services at Second Presbyterian church 1 a. in., there passed into the Great Be- - ward for any casb Hundred Dollars can branch NN 4 W 02 poles, N 31 U W 30 of Catarrh poles, V))i W 45 poles to two youd, one who was much beloved by not, bo cured by Hall's Catarrhthat ed me he had taken little interest in Sunday night. Cure. sveamores ou the south brauch of Siltho community in which she lived F. J.CiiENEVfc Co .Props,, Toledo, politics for many years, but ho had ver Creek; thenco N 8GJ "W 38 poles, Rov. Jas. Bailev will preach at Mt. Her geutlo spirit and deeds of loving We, tho uudersigned, have known down the creek to the center' thereof been aroused by the false and cruel atSunday nt 11 a. Pleasant church next kindness will live on and on forever F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and X 31 W 21 poles to the center of n tacks upon Mr. Goebel to make a thor- m. o'clock, and at Clay's Ferry at and the memory of her pure and stain believe him perfectly honorable in all water gap; thenco by new lines S 42J ough investigation, which resulted in business transactions, and financially W 82 6 10 poles to the northwestern p. m. o'clock. less life will make fragrant and beauti- anie to carry out any ODiigations made corner of the orchard; thence S 78 his thorough and adherent adhesion to Rov. John Abbott, a graduate of Cen ful the lives of other eouls, who in this by their firm. poles to a stone wall W 129 the Democratic cause. He declared that WnfrT & Teuax, Wiiclesalo Druggists, Moran's line; thence with same S 1J no public man had yet bolted whose tral University, will preach Sunday world have felt tho ennobling touch of Toledo. O. . W 03 poles to a stone, 8 76 E 2SJ private life or public record would coin-par- e morning at the Second Presbytoriau hers. In God's great universe nothing WALLnixo, Kinnan "Whole- poles to a poles. N Sli E 18 Church. Everybody is invited to come is lost That life which like a richly favorably with Mr. Goebel's; thnt stone, S 873 10 0 poles to tho beHall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern- ginning, coutaing 179.35 acres, more or in his part of the Stato the character of and hear him. Ho is a consecrated odorous flower lends perfume to other ally-, acting directly tho opposition to Mr. Goebel had fired eloquent and earnest young minister flowers, will perish not, but'bloom and anu mucous, sunaces upon the blood less. or the system. An ontlotie reserved along tho south bless tho years unborn. the indication of tho people; that more nnd has many friends in this city. Price 75c per bottle- - Sold by all drug bank of Silver Creek from the water In the lovelv "month of roses." the gists, 'testimonials iree. than the usual Democratic majority gap corner eastward to tho. pike crossHall's Family Pill's are the best. fairest of all tho twelve 'balmy June, ing of Silver Creek, a distance of 62 was assured for the ticket; that Goenug2-lj poles. when nature puts on hor bridal'.robo, bel's victory would be signal aud gloGunlagk. To tho wife of Mr. S. and heaven Istoops down and kistes the lanu win lie sold as follows: riousof which he was fully worthy. First Tract No. 1, containing 130 77 Gunlack, of Kansas City, Mo., on July earth, Mattie C. Reed was born in the "And so may it be I acres, will be offered for sale to the highest and best Judder, then in like "Iu the language of that elequcnt old 30, a 10 pound son. The proud father old Reed homestead at Millers Creek manner Tract No 2. containing 123 Confederate, whose worthy feet are safe writes: "He gives promise of being a Ky., Juno 25, 18(30. acres, and Tract No. 3, containing vocalist and footballist," MrrGunlack sunny morn of life and ia her In the in the pathway that leads frpm Wood17035 acres, more or is practicing law at 835-- 7 New York twentieth year, she gave her heart and ford to Washington: 3 combined, Tracts No. Life Building, Kansas City, and will bo hand to the late B. C. Neat, aud the fair " He that dallies is a dastard, containing 302.75 acres will be offered glad to see his Richmond frieuds there and gentlo maiden became thu lovingt for sale to the highest and best bidder. And he that doubts is damned ' The whole tract contfling 433.52 acres at any time. patient wife. To this union were born "W. A. Timis." will then be offered for sale to the four children, Shelton, Jordan,. Leslie highest and best bidder, aud the land Fine Location For Summer Resort. will be sold in the manner bringing the and little Kate. most money. Why does not some local capitalist lidrcit oi her nusuana in tne spring TERMS-Th- e land will be sold upon Kore Soldiers Wanted. of 1891, Mrs. Neal was lcffa widow erect a hotel at Boonesboroand convert of six and twelve months, and with tho care and management of a famous spot, one of the loveliest iu The Editor Climax: that the purchaser or purchasers will Tie required to execute bund with approved tho county, into a summer resort? It Lt. R. M. Shearer, 37 U. S. Vol. In largo estate, aud tho education and security having the force and effect of has the wator, the shade, the river, the fantry, will be in Richmond, Ky.,nt rearing of her four fatherless children. a 'udgnjont, witli a Hen retained, payaturnpike, all at hand, with the prestige the Hotol Glyndon on Friday, August With that sublime courage born of her ble to said trustee and bearing legal INNUTRITIOUS FEED of Kentucky to r25, 1899, for the purpose of enlisting box, in life's darkest hours, she, bravely , of tho first settlement interest from tho day of sale. POSSESSIOX-Pofseaeion will bo make this the most notable resort in men for his regiment jvhichIs now in faced the new responsibilities which section. There is a fine sulphur the Philippines. These mon are to fill confronted her, and uiaEtcreil tho .situa- Is responsible for more poor looking given when tho terms of sale are this with but tlie privilege of harveststock than insufficient feed is and 6alt well with an exhaustions .sup vacancies now oxistiug in tho regiment tion. ing and removing the crop now on the On the evening of Decauiber 24th ply; a gushing spring of pure wator and will be sent directly to Manilla The prices quoted below aro for land will be reserved. This farm is ono of tho most desira the identical source of sup'ply to the 'Philippine Islands, by the way of CIn IStKJ, the time of all tho year when the best Hay and Oats afforded pioneers in Boones' Fort a century and cinnati, Columbus, Ohio, and San Fran high and low, rich and poor, prince aud by tlie markets of the whole bly located farms in Madison county, more ago, and the cluster of beautiful iiisco. All able bodied white male citi- beggar are fonnd in closest touch, and country. We use the utmost care Silver Greek Station on tho L & Ni: K, soyicthing makes the forest trees that produco the densest zens between tho ages of 18 and 35 a lnystoric-uiu the Boloctiqn of grain, etc., U. It has a good duelling house kml shade and make tho spot as cool as any .ears, who are desirous of enlisting whole world kin Mrs. Mattie C Neal in . and oiler only such ns is iu best all necessary outbuildings thereonand good repair. The land is fertile in Kentucky. Families go thora oc- ivill be examined upon application to "was led to the altar by the Rev. W. F. condition. productive aud it. well watered and in casionally to camp out or to board at him on the dato named. demons, of Clark county, Ky. This, ......3Se por bushel most oxeollent conditiou. Parties denearby, nnd they do marriage whs indeed a happy oiie, and Mixed Oats the farm Jiousrs DR. M. C. HEATH, siring to see, the Tiroperty can call on .40c per bushel Mr. John Powers who resides on tho ray thero ia a scheme on foot to erect a Examining Surgoon. thus begau a life whose constant flow White Oats..... 50c a bale land, or on the luUlorsigued, hotel there. It seems to us that this if of bliss and love no interruption know, Good bright timothy hay. An .umbralla offers a good opening-- . till- God whose wajs are wise. .callijJ ShjpatufJ... the place of all places to put up atSUte faMi; .70c per humirod Z.f tractive quarters.. Will not oorue local far people who have laid away tijoney her gentle spirit home. 'irjtt-?-; RICHMOND, KHNTTJCKY, iov a ralntUty. capitalitl isvMtigftk th wUr7 In the bw.utlful little tdiurelf? yard" l Silver Lifting. oTour .majesticSfiver,'. . where happy. . Sal f. birds nlrall tho day with melody, and - - TT Hor Sale! w To the Richmond Ste m JU, if tho quality of the w.,ik by others is not pIeaMilf!. Our Work iwrr 1 PUBLIC SALE! G-- trios to excel. niii,,,M, ere know, ami new , ors soon learn, thai j,.. ' is slighted. Kvery article iscarefuiu and beautifully fmitsU .1. Must provp ., Every einplou (. interest in his ili.i,,. Hallio-Canipbe- " . -- t RICHMOND STEAM UlNDpu ".! . r - . n Elder's SSSSS n IN CLOTHING. r ? a 31 4$ Sto ..$2 .,,,, 4k up (ilk-- , life-lon- Men's Suits at Men's Pants at Boy's Suits at Boy's Pants at NOTIONS. m. loc. up u,, in, l.l UP one-thir- one-thir- d MINISTER'S ku Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25c. Gent's Undershirts ...... 77 '5Gent's Drawers" .20c. Ladies' Vests. . 5c. Ladies' Pants. .25c. - """v . Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars Cuffs Towels Corsets . w FOR SALE! Suspenders Buggy Whips Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols Ladies' White Aprons Asst. Colors in Boy's Waists Baby Bibs Fire Screens ...15c. 3c. U o.v. 10c. U. 5e. "lOc! Z Z UP GJe. 25c. 25c. 10c! 5.. . A ARE 3IORE VARIED AND LARdF.ll A THAN EVER BEFORE Call and see thm. 46 We have :i few bolts nf the. C. 1ST. lion! rVi"li ivr nrll S&C 10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20e. v. Cn ' T?il,)..,n mis "T. ' 1i f Corsets. See our stock of Corsets before you bu We can please you with R. & G. Armoside, W. B. Rob Roy, Dr. Norsah. avtfi. Vice-Preside- nt 0 IN HATS AND CAPS.Men's ren'f Hoy's ftfeu's Black Felt Nice Straw Hats Nice Straw Hats and Boy's Caps Hats- - - 2.V. up nv. up I0e ii. y, Mlio M oi Land! u. IN CARPETS. Hemp Bugs Brussels 10c up 44c up 25c up Unions Jute Mattings 1V. Ilk, up up 2. it. JTi! t jL IN HARDWARE. Knives and Forks, per set CaVe Turner. Files Teaspoons Tablespoons. Fish I.lneH... 3lc. np 4c. Fish Hoots Curling Irons . .. 3c. np 4c set up Ilutcber Knives.. tc set np lc. e.i Ii lC. l"7 3c u IE I0i. Respectfully Submitted to Caxh Trade, 4$ E. V. ELDER. AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS 4-- 4" 4 z-i- 8-- 4-- 10 0 The Mm OF Mutual Investmeni k UBXIINQTOIN, KY. t3 $160,000 PAID IjY LIYIjYG BENEFITS 3-- i REMC3IOUS. 0 I FLU--Tl.- fi- Rswss ot Life Insurance. 3-- Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to tho estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of the investor. For particulars apply to 2-- K.SMITH BOlA7VrarS, SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. MBS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Klchmond, Ky. I m KM1 KY. 5-- 10 9-- 5-- 5-- BIRTHS. m 4-- d -- - LOCAL,. . The4-,oc- k r-- Up ',: J Contains many mon convicted f burglary, who could never have entered any house but their own had the doers been fastened with LockBand Keys and the windows made secure with goods from our stock. Just come In and look over our those goods. Some timo you may want such things and it's well to know where the best quality is obtainable at the lowest prices. TIE m 1; s fJa SEE Slim SIAiN Mill." &r3 See ua aud get prks on roofing and guttering. W. D. Buckley, Tinnor. - I Jml TAYLOR BROS. 0 ti I We HAVE A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT ti " - u a T3 -- n THi Tl I "T TT T"& IN THE WAY OF A Q ft Tl 4WKii BARGAIN COUNTER. a SHOES TO LIVE IN shoes which feel comfbrt'ablo un der all circumstances and yet wear longer thnn the averaec footwear is the kind wo are offering our customers. Every shoe in the lot is finished as carefully as the hebt custom bootmakor would do it. Made of excellent material. Handsome and stylish and smooth as silk inside, and we are offering them at astonishingly low prices. 1 I? 3 Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers. 55, 6 and 4 Dollar Shoes for 50c, 75e and 81.00. J X aHR r' X! FOR ELDERLY FEET "Wo 1$ Come Early And Get Your Choice. j carry a lino of SHOES which are the embodiment of comfort. While conforming; to the present styles they ore roomy and easy. The g tonderest feet will not feel tho con-finin- Successors o "VDaWace Tttca. $ Black and Russet Calf, Goat. etc. Pliable bnt durable. Quality excellent. Prices moderate. leather. Made in all sues in IpusyBee Cash Store's New Wall Paper House In Richmond. Eleven chickens were killed by Hon. James B. McCrea'ry spoke lightning; at It. D. Campbell's at White The drug Arm of Perry & Thomas Station. has installed a perfectly beautiful linn yesterday at Nicholasville. The rain of Monday morning was a WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23, & X. will make a $1.25 ex- ot wall papers and have Mr. "W. L. The L. isoa soaker, and in good season. cursion rate to Cincinnati Sunday on Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang and tho early train, returnlnp; at midnight. decorate rooms to suit all tastes and Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Mr. 11 J. Clay hassoveral thoroughpurses. No trouble to show goods. bred Southdown buck lambs for sale. Chas. IS lack, Jas. Kavnnaugh and Friday will bo the last day for Cattle Pens Removed. The L. & N. is putting in a new Lee Reynolds, young negro boye. ari liliiie suite for the Senteinber Circuit Mr. Gates, Superintendent for the switch and cattle pen at Whites Station. in jail for breaking into Wro. Smituon's Court docket. Distillers Trust Company, in Kentucky, house, this city. The Elks' Fair at Lexingtog cleared is having the cattle pens at the Silver A beautiful Chickoring piano, made For a a curiosity, In- Creek distillery $10,000, and they will repeat it next if mahogany, am be purchased removed, and is refrom year. deed, Mr. R. A. Whittaker, of Eden-toplacing same with slop dryers. The jnel4-t- f ii. W. Evans. Jr., for fCO. this county, has the thanks of the slop wi!l be compressed Georgo Allen shipped a car load of and the output cattle from Silver Creek to Tennessee Climax. He has a tree full. of Kentucky has been sold, sovoral Dr W. W. Burgin and family Miss Maria Rogers, the milliner, years in advance, to an English SyndiIxmglit and ate a water melon that had last week. i't'en dosed with poison to catch pilferThe Boggs school bouse, near Red who has trimmed for L. Pf Todd tor the cate. After coine throuch this Droccss ers, and narrowly escaped serious re- - House, lias boen closed on account of past three seasons, will open a millinery the slop is fed on the ground without store in the rooms just vacated by Miss waste. ults. dlptheria in the neighborhood. Tempie Oldham Martin. Miss Hogers Bobbed at the Brown Conventien. left last week for the East and will regentleman from near Red House, turn the middle of September with a A who attended the Brown Bolting Con beautiful line of millinery. augie-2- t 33rd national encampment c. a. r. volition, was robbed while there, and he For Heat. avows now, that as between a gang Six room over Iliggins & Ellis' gro- that steals money and one that steals a cery store for lent for offices or resident. nomination lor Governor, he is with Apply to J. T. McClintock, Richmond, the latter every time. He said be telt je28-tKentucky. very guilty when begot into the bolting September 1st to 4th. A Place to go. crowd, but when he lost his purse he Low Round Trip Rates from all points South. If your tickets For luscious bananas, ripe apples, felt a sight sorrier he hadn't staid at read via the Queen & Crescent Route, you can go one way The Richmond Climax. Crops aro looking good. Something About the Danville Week. Fair Next twin-appl- e, n, -- PHILADELPHIA er Tho new Danville Fair Association will hold its first fair on August 30, 31 and Sept. I. Premiums are offered for all products of the homo and farm, as at fairs, adding modern attractions to pleaso all. There will be a balloon ascension every day. Pro fessor Mack makes 'daring parachute leaps, and on one afternoon, will introduce his sensational feat of being fired from a cannon in midair, afterward de scending In his parachute. He will also in one of his ascensions be accom panied by his wife. Such attractions as these come high, but the association is determined to have the best. It should bo borne In mind that the big $100 saddle stake will be kept open nntil the evei injr before it is to be hown. This, with the big roadster ring, will bring a good lot of horses. The premium list for this fair is one the very beet in the State, reaching nearly $2,000. Send to C. E. "Woodi-- , this office, for a catalogue, Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimere Knee All-wo- ol excitement at the THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, "Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. wild with R1ICLIMOND is for which low prices Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. 19c. per pair. Boy's Children's Strictly Knee Pants, double knee and double seat, all colors, worth 75c. per pair are yours in this sale for 39c. S2 00 and $2.50 Knee Tant Suits go at $1.49; Our $350. $4.50 and $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2.C9, all stvles, "Cream of tho Stock." Bit; Boy's Long Pants Cassimere Suits wortli $3.00 and $4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at $1.98. Boy's $1.25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits In double breasted and Reefer stylos, neat nnd serviceable, ages 3 to 14, the price in this clearance sale only 89c. Big Boy's $7. $8, $9 and $10 Long Pant Suits, choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc. Take your pick and fit in this salo at 4.9S. ARE Ml MMIM Men's All-wo- m CHANCES MSI? mill 1 Mil! Good Casoimero Suits well made, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5, $6 and $7 will be closed in this clearance sale at $2.93. f. H&adaohe .The train service north via the (from Cincinnati) and return another. You can stop over at Washington City for a visit, and are also entitled to one if you want it. Side trips have been arother stop-ovranged for at nominal rates from Philadelphia to Gettysburg, the Virginia batUefields, and the sea shore resorts. cold ice Queen & Crescent, Route of the very finest character, and makes a pleasure trip of this kind as pleasant as it is possible to make one. FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS are provided on aoa7sr. rii'lit trains. All through trains run on fast schedules are vestibuled. Day coaches are provided with .itories, smoking rooms and other conveniences t r .i long trip ; and the Pullman Sleepers are of the lu,:hcst standard. Remember The Stop overs, Circuitous Routes and Side Trips r .rthor n&rtlculars eladlr furnl.hod br Queea ft Crucent I Acents, or by O water, fresh cakes, homo. nice candies, tobneco and cigars, go to A. Dinelle, next door to old Post Office. Danville, Ky.,Fair August 30, 31 and Sept. 1. Restaurant open day and night. Low rates from all points between aprl9-5Georgotowti and Somerset via the Henry Kuehler & Company. Queen and Crescent Route. Greatest Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., in- fair ever held by the Danville Associawith Mill men tion is promised this year. $2,000 in vite 'correspondence who have lumber for sale. Thoy buy Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, premiums. Fine military band in attendance. Rig Balloon ascension. Dry or Green. Write them. apro-CGreat display of stock. Plenty of inQuiscnberry-Prathe- r. nocent amusements. Mr. J. Richard Quisenberry, of JackReduced rate tickets on sale for this son, and Miss Lucy Prather, ot this occassion, good until September 2 recity, were married at Lexington last turning Ask your ticket agent for Wednesday. The bride is a daughter full particulars. of Rev. Wm. Prather, this city. cream-sod- a Hood's Pills Eat What You Crave Biliousness, sour stomach, constipation and all aver ills are cured by The cathartic. Frtce 25 cents of all druggists or by mall ol & Co Lowell, Mass. C.I. Hood Men'B Fine Suit6, choice styles and qualities in single nnd double breasted, sack and frock styles fine imported worsteds scotches and clays, every of suit in tho lot worth and pold everywhere from $S lo $12, take vour choice and pick in this salo at $4.98. Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladles' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.25 go In this sale at 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes in lace lind congress worth 11.50 will be dished out to yon at 89c per pair; Men's (1.75 and $2 shoes will be $1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vici and real Russia leather $3 and ti shoes, they go in this sale at JI.W. Such All-wo- Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. wide Serges, Hcnirettas, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width goods worth 35c and S6c per yard, will be slaughte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Nothing reserved. If an orator is a word painter a lec turer in a deaf and dumb institute must be a sign painter. Digestoa Dyspepsia Tablets will holp you digest it. Z5c at all druggists. It might be well for the conceited man to remember that the smallest onion is stronger than the largest pumpkin. Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish drcsRors to a "T." You can make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $14 to $1(5, able tailor-mad- e they go in this sale at $8.48. Organdies that were 2Sc and 35c per yard are now 12Sc in this sale; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in this sale. One lot of Slippers for ladies in sizes 2K, 3, 1. and some 8's that ware formerly sold at f P,25, $1.50 and (2 will be closed in this sale at 60c per pair. and 85c per Fine Jacqnads, Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double idtli Fine Dress Goods. Former pric yard will be slaughtered in this sale at 40c per yard. Nothing i eserved. 7 Estill County All Right. L. MITCHELL. MISiOM PAStfNQtn AOCNT. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. CHAS. W. ZELL, DIVISION PAMCHQtn A. (NT CINCINNATI, W. C. RINEAHSON. qeni passu, aot. Cincinnati. A correspondent from Estill writes the Climax as follows: Estill is solid for tioebel and Demo cracy anil, 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 slono to the wound with the de sired effect. August is the month of mad dogs and dog bites. For Councilman. 1 H CIST W Is closing , pp Mr. Charles Jacobs is announced for Councilman from the Court House pre cinct. He is too well known to require words pf praise at our hands. Ho is an honest, industrious citizen, and feels entitled to the support of the people, irrespective of party, creed, or color. Three Darkened Homes. tq, DUulraLOO. : n p In this city, on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greon's infant sou died. At Valley View, on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Carpenter's son died ol brain fever.v On Sunday, the Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parrlsh, of Red Houeo, ld died. More Electric Lights. jj Everything must be. sold in the next Two moro arc lights have been placed on Main street, one situated over the band stand in front of tho court house and due near the L. & N. depot. As this will be a season of public speaking tho arrflnnemcnt will please both the band boys and the public. This makes fivo arc lights now on tho street. A Gold Mine in a C. G. Forbes, the local gardener, says he lias a cucumber hill 68 feet in circumference. The seed were planted July 1. He also asks us to say that he has a Buff 'Cochin hen that has laid 165 eggs in 5J months, exactly ono a day, no two eggs boing deposited in the same place and the eggs are still com ing. 1 TWENTY DAYS, i 444. I 4 We have goods that are seasonable r.ow also for Fall and Winter." Sup- ply yourselves at once as tlrese I g Big Republican Guns in Town. H fe Bargains will - ' U. S. Senator W. J. Deboe, Attorney Republican canGeneral W. 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 Red House. Deputy Postmaster. Where the digestion is good, and the ceneral powers of the syctem in a healThey Went and Saw, Bui Were Conquered. thy state, worms can find no habitation White's Several of our most enthusistic gun-clu- b in tno numau bodv. destroys Uream every Vermifuge not onlv Satur- worm, but corrects all derangements of members went to Paris last day to show the club there how to the digestive organs. Price 25 cents shoot. Our boys returned alive that Sold by Perry A Thomas, druggists. aug2 lm night, but that is all. The Paris boy good and beat them eo treated theci so As the period of lactation advances bad that we are requested to give no the butter fat grows lighter in color, names but simply say that Paris won harder and the fat "lobules smaller. everything, Richmond also shot. In The Sake ol Fun, Mischeif is Done." September the Paris club will make a "For A vast amount of mischief is done, return visit when we will not only neglect to keep treat them as hospitably but perhapb too, because people mischief appears their blood pure. The allow them to beat us to boot. in eruptions, dytpepsia, indigestion, nervousness, kidney diseases, and other Horse Thief Captured. ailments. This mischief, fortunately. Constable Dozier met William Jones, may be undone by the faithful use of colored, near Million last Thursday and orignating in or promoted by when tho latter offered to sell him a diseases blood. impure tine mare for a small sura the Consta Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Non- Die s suspicions were aroused and under the pretense of buying the horse irritating. Mr. Dozier accompanied Jones to Rich Do you want to be unique? Learn to mond where the negro was lodged in tell the facts in a story without any em tail and confessed to the theft. The bellishments. maro belonged to Nicoil & Thomas, of The ilrst Kriucdy For Flax- Lexington. Mr. Dozier has captured Mr. John Mathian, a well know stork several horse thieves and is to be con gratulated on his skill as a detective dealer of Pulaski. Ky.. eavs: "Afte suffering for over a week with flux, and my physician having failed to re The Lost Cause. lieve me. X was advised to try unam Miss Florenco Barlow, daughter of herlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea the late Milton Barlow, of this city, is Remedv. and have the pleasure of stat here in the interest of "The Lost ing that the haunt one bottle cured Cause," tho illustrated monthly Con me." For sale by Perry & Thomas. aug2-lfederate War Record, published in Some people are so fierco about their Louisville, of which Mrs. (General) Basil Dnke Is editor, and Miss Barlow rights" that they forget the rights of assistant editor and mamtger. The others. journal is now beginning its third year, The mother who would be horrified and is very popular among the survi at the thought of letting her daughter vors of the Lost Cause, for which it was wander awav to a strange country with appropriately named. The price is bo out guide or counsel, yet permits her to enter that unknown land ot woman low. 75 cents for twelve months, that hood without counsel or caution everyone is able to receive it. The Then, in utter ignorance, the maiden mnst meet physical problems whose Climax will receive subscriptions. solution will affect her whole future Mack Miller for County Clerk. life. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription to a "God-sen- d We are authorized to announce Mr. has been well namedirregularities and women." It corrects Malcolm M. Miller for county clerk, imparts such vigorous vitality to the subject to tho action of the Democratic delicate womanly organs, as tits them party. In so doing a most excellent for their imgortant functions. Many a gentleman and Democrat enters the nervous, hysterical, peevish girl has been changed to a happy young woman race and seeks endorsement at the after tho nse of "Favorite Prescription" hands of his party. He snys he has has established the sound health of the carefully considered the lateness of his orsans peculiar? feminine. Every woman glioma own t'opy oi entry in the nee but that he has re- the Peopled Common sense a .Medical ceived so much encouragement that he Advisor, sent free on receipt of 21 one- is almost as cancuinary of success as cent stamps to pay expense of mailing any who have been longer on tne oni,y. The same book of 1008 pases stamps. Ad cloth for track. Mr. Miller has a perfect party in substantialV. Pierce, 31 Buffalo, N. Y. dress Dr. R. record, is competent to fill theposition, Why is it that the servant always se and will make a grand rase. He asks a lects your cut glass goblet to break in fair consideration of Jiis claimstumbler? stead of a five-cent 5? White Underwear. Ladies' Readv-mnd- o Snecial Clearanco Salesaviinron Ladies' Ready-mad- e Dress Skirts. Car pets and LiBce (jurtat us. inese goods nave telt tne Keen edge oi our com steel and stand out to you as the greatest bargains we are ottering in tins sale, asK to sec them Not an article in the entire big 6tore left untouched, this sale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping and a groat space cleaning sale for us. We must have room for our fall stock and the only way we seo to get it is to actually givo away and throw out several thousand dollars worth of tho best goods wo have to our customers and let them profit by our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. A Great Big Lot of Men's "Too Linen" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants "tho Camlet, will be closed at 39c per pair. host." New York Mills Bring along your CASH when you come for these bargains and snve time and a refusal of credit, for this' is a CASH CLEARANCE SALE to irake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Very Respectfully, W. D. OLDHAM COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN If you aro tired and dull, can't get rested, and have no appetito, take Hood's Sarsapanlla. It enriches and vitalizes the blood. Contributions to the Dewey home fund have reached $18,500. A free and easy expectoration Is pro duced by a few doses of Coussen's Honey of Tar, In all cases of Hoarseness, Sore Throat, or difflcnliy nf breathing. Price 25 and 50 cents at Perry & Thomas' au2-ldrug store. The English language is not a dead language.vet it is frequently butchered. What Nut to Sar. Do not say "I can't eat.' Tako Hood's Sarsaparilla and say, ' I am hungry all tho time, and food never hurts roc." Never say to your friends that you are as tired in the morning as at night. If thev happen to be sharp they will tell vou Hood's Sarsaparilla cures that tired feeling. Do not say, "My face is mil ot pim ple." You aro quite likely to be told by some one, "There's no need of that, for Hood's Sarsaparilla cures pimples." It is improper and unnecessary losay. "My health is poor and niy blood is bad" Hood's Sarsaparilla will give yon good blood, anJ good health will follow as a natural consequence. ang.'-i- m About a month au my child, which is fifteen mouths old, had an attack of diarrhoea accompnnied by vomitimr. I gave it such remedies as are usually given in such cases, but as nothing gave relief, we sent for a physician and it was under his care for a week. At this time the child hnd been sick for about ten days nnd was having about operations of the bowels twenty-fiv- e every twelve honrs, and we were convinced that unless it soon obtained relief it would not live. Chamberlain's Cholic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended, and I decided to try it. I soon noticed a change for the better; by its continued use a complete cure was brought about and it is now perfectly healthy. C. L. Bores, Stumptown, Gilmer county, WVa. For sale by Perry & Thomas, druggists. aug2-ln- i: No one knows the unbearable torture, the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by Piles, unless they have suffered from them. Many bolievo tlmm incurable. This is a mistake. Proper treatment will cure them, 'fabler's Buckeve Pile Ointment is nn infallible cure. Price 50 cents in bottles, tubes 75 cents, at Perry & Thomas' drug store. aug2-l- m Ballard's Snow Liniment gives instant reliof in cases of Bleeding. Burns. Bruises, Scalds, Cuts otc. Price 25 ami 50 cents at Porry & Thomas' drug btore. ang2-lu- i Don't forgot that silence is tho mother of truth. Salt-Rheum She Thero Now If I were to die you would never get another wife iiko me." He "What makes you think I'd ever want another like yon?" Blotches and excrescences, which so often annoy people, are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance of her duties Herbine will aid and assist nature in her work, and ensure a skin clear nnd beautiful, entirely free from all imperfections. Price 50 cents. For sale by Porry & Thomas, druggists. 1 Tetter, antl Kczcmn. The iutenso itching and smarting inciA man who can be fooled the same dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and way four times is a fool. Skin Ointment. Many very bad snsos To Cleanse The System have been permanently cured by it. It Effectually, vet gently, when costive or is equally efficient for itching piles and bilious, to permanently overcome ha- a favorite remedy for soro nipples; bitual constipation, to awaken tho kid- chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites neys and liver to a healthy activity, and chronic sore eyes. 25 eta. per bos. without irritating or weakening them, Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, aro to diipel headaches, colds, or fevers, just what a horso needs when in bad nse Syrup of Figs, made by tho Calicondition. Tonic, blood purifier and fornia Fig Syrup Co. vorraifngo. Thoy aro not food but The reason why a young pig eats so medicine and the best in uso to pnt a in prime Price 25 much is because he wants to be a hog. horse per package. condition. ienta Your Turn Next. Laleat reports' from Porto Rico statu Everybody has a cold sometime that the poopleare starving by hundreds. your turn will como. Keep a bottle of Herbino'is well adapted to tho euro nf at hand and Dr. Boll's This fevers of all kinds, becauso it thoroughly bo prepared for an emergency. famous remedy will euro a cold before cleanses tho stomach and bowels of all it gets fairly started or after it has set- bilious humors, and expels all impure tled, but the sooner you tako it the secretions cf tho body. Price 50 cents. For Sale by Perry & Thomas, druggists. sooner you get well. 25c at your ey aug2-l- m aug2-l- i M VSl M M VM N V f lea's and Boy's Negligee Shirts, not last long ' S M ig One Large Safe, . M ' Register and Ties jj For sale. Eemember everything at cost to " Bra jpsH m " Quit Business. -- - - ml Th8 Clothier, The Sbocr, Tkc Matter, Tic FuniisJicr. Slo4 Gum 7rs. Another Madison county Democrat Eating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers, Can gun into the Louis baa fired a Mr. Wallace evidently intends to give villo Dispatch, as shown by this copy cer oi tne isose, ye, up, tuir, recK. Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, ae the public good service having added to of his letter of recent date: all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood his forco of assistants, Mr. Charles Colyer, Ky., August 9, 1699. Balm), which is made especially to Rowland, one of the most efficient Ditjialcli Publuhing Co , LouitciUt, Ky.: cure all terrible Blood Diseases. Per clerks in the county. Mr. Rowland Dear Sirs: When your paper was sistent Sores, lilnod and Skin Blem other for two years associated with first established I subscribed for the ishes, Snofula, that resist by U. treat has been menu, are nutckiy cured is. is Messrs. Jack and D. R. Freeman in the weekly and have been taking it regu (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, and knows everybody larly ever since. But, I now find your Pimples, Red, Itching Eczema, Scales, shoe business, Blisters, Ked or Brown l'atches, uiotciies. and is liked by all who know him. tactics are what the Courier-JournRheumatism, etc.. are all due used lour years ago, and m Jfryan's Catarrh, Capt Jo&a D. Fesny Sntirs and hence easily cured was born, reared and have to bad blood, Syphilitic race. As I Blood Poison J, D. Feeny makes always been a true Democrat I hive bv B. B. B. In this issue Capt. literally driven from the system by B. formal announcement oi his cacdidacy no use for a bolter or their sheet. You B. B f Botanic Blood Balm), in one to stop my paper. for Chief of Police. Capt. Feeny is will please live months. B. B. B. does not contain Ueepectiuiiv, veeetable or mineral poison. Ono bnt well known to all of our poople, W. H. Bates tie will test it in any caso. .For sale b of tho having been a member i .. e.wry wiiere. T Champion Spellers. uun;u uutui-iruiTKisu loc.il forco Bincts 1S7SK and if elected to for a During the Teacher's Institute here fl, six for $5. Send bo sentfree earoplo trustTw ill bring to the by return bottle, which will this important disclose of Its honorous duties an un an exciting spelling contest occurred mall. When you write, describe fyinn-tora- s, In the winning of two and personal free medical advico flinching courage and an incorruptible that eventuated prises by two lady teachers. The flret will be given. Address Blood Malm Co aug23-t- f. Integrity. Mitrhell street, Atlanta, Ga. contest was won by Mrs. A. J. Million 433uly2u-ly- r Republicans Nominate, who teaches the Maple (irovo school Henry Massey Rector, Governor of The Republicans last baturilay nomi- Her prize was a nice dfctionery. Arkansas from 1609 to 1871, died in As Mrs. Minnie CrandalL Turner was nated Mr. Elza C. Million for County e. Judge antl Mr. W. T. Harris f?r the last to sit down before Mrs. Million Little Bock Saturday. They nlso iustmcted for won, thoy were asked to choose sides Tho Bv. AV. B. Costley, of Stock Hon. John Bennett for Senator from and try for two cash prizes ,$2 and $L50. hridcre. Ga.. while attending to his Ellenwood, that pastoral this district. The convontlon was Mrs. Crandall won first and Miss Alma State, was duties at by cholera morbus, attacked ?nd declared Whitlock second. The audience wae He sav: "By chancel happened to happy and harmonious Ono feature was trot hold of a bottle of Chamberlain': tho iesuc of tho campaign to bi Goebol- - highly pleased. of Prof. R: Lee Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea UeiiKHlv ism. Ah their candidate for1 Governor the early turn-dow- n ;., .i,t In fi'.- - Mr- - fiopTllll nil tllR Davk on. the word "cononer." The and I think it was the means of av ng my life. It relieved me at ooct " For lutuuip the Ibhuo may be shifted to cow wy he fell down was a ckution eon sale bv Pr.rrv A Thoawe, druggists, ' ardloe wid deuiflgogy. queortkMixyi, aug2 ltu 13-inal 1 1 Repre-seutattv.,- Peer Old Dlipalett. 31 Underwear, Heslery, Straw ani Crash Hats. EVERY THING GOES - e Q Ladies', Misses m and Children's Slippers and Sandals in Patent Leather and Dongola. m Our Sale will go for Ten (10) days. Everything in the way of Summer Goods' are going at a great reduction. Mid-Summer COMB IN WITH A I I TIT M t W - II Jk Vr J N N T--V THE- TIDE, I : This is one of the many opportunities that present itself only once in a season. DON'T MISS IT. S r-V- hr: JTt I JL X- TVm JU-J- L ft JL Boots, Shoes andGjts' FURNISHINGS. IM tM XX I T-I JL & CO M i w w w w.ywt:i f717fU71R!. f7W7 y us K 'IN IN N N ' vi Our Goods AND am MORE ABOUT MR. HUGUELY'S TRAGIC ,tf P. 'L n2t(lZ'k aO vOrfalllauta'CaghCurecimcbly're's Mnyjjbw, Wis. Terry & Thomas. J. Scntaolsy EairTBatca. ao-e.o.- . gives a column to an account of his horrible fate from which we extract thla paragraph : 'Ho and iiis son. Chennult, had just finished loading, at Burxin, the third Compel 3'OU to trade with "us and last car of his cattlo for ehipinont when you give us a trial. to Cincinnati. Thore arc a number of switch tracks at JJurgin nnd on the east side they are very closo together.' As the cars were Iondod tlipy were closed and pushed down the track by hand nnd another pulled to tho cattle sliute. Mr. Huguely did not notice that on engine had come upon" the switch whilo ho was engaged In loading his cattlo and Avhile examining the steers in n car and punching them with a stick to get them into good shipping positions, he attempted to pus across tho track between tho cars, which were The ladies cannot be deceh ed EFFECTUALLY, only two feet apart. His halt in the by catchy phrases nor center of tho track to observe the steers bombastic claims. All in the car proved fatal; for at that inwe have to say is, wo buy stant tho engine backed with rapid aud sudden force, bumping tho entire lot in the best markets of frVFRCOMFS L srrt'J of cars suddenly together and he was n world, ..select the lathe .tuaucSnst-pat'ocaught between thebumper8, or what test goods, and when j'ou PERMANENTLY train men call draw bars. A coupling, protruding from one of tho draw bars, vou kuow you have was driven clear through ids body, ente the latest, tering in front below the naval and parsd or goods. Is that what you OVXr THC GtNUIrlt-MAN- 'F ing through his abdomen and reached so, trade with want? If its socket in the other bumper. His cries to ''pull the train off of me" were heard CM. "fa at. SAU Bt all ORBMiSI TOtl 0l ftI" M.V 1 all over Enrgiti. It was n minute or OTtlL fOft two (like all eternity to him) before tho Jan5-J- y engineer caught the signal to"pullup," and when the cars were separated he CALL was left suspended on the link And AND was pinned to the draw bar or bumper. Tho brakoman, his son and others released him and carried him to the office of Dr. Meridlh, who gives him something to relieve his suffering. Ho SALOON PARLOR CURES CONSTIPATION.! bore up bravely and was in his right mind to the last, and conversed for WHEN IN TOWN. some moments with friends around him in a perfectly natural manner. Coolest and most refreshing Realizing that death was very near, he of drinks that can be found sent for his wife at once, who with her in the city are dispensed sister at his residence on the farm, near and accommo- Burg'm. Before she reached him he by had talked to those in the doctor's ofdating clerks. . 7 ' fice, says that ho had always tried to Kept on Tap. Genuine Saratoga Water live an honest life and that he had never done an injury, knowingly, to Second St. any body, and bis last words wore in Phone 3. substance, ''boys you must all pray for RICHMOND, KY. ine." "When Mrs. Huguely arrived he was unconscious and expired in a few seconds afterward." isr prices In our issue of the Oil), wore two ac counts of the awful death of John Andrew Huguely, ii native of Madison, but ono of the foremost citizens of Mercer. The Ilorrodsburg Democrnt . The following are tho dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far A jj fftillff f1 If lil ! iiiu THE LAST iiiwiiuv-iniiiK- JIOE. - Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System Cleanses Acts gently on the the bii' up-to-da- FlmECTS. (AURNlApGYRV. AT4 Wife Gibson. Jf)MfMi up-to-da- te Wheeler & Wilson Sewing MacMne. i I Rottiry Motion and all Bearings, White Sulphur aud Chalybeate. OPEN- Pleasure and Health Resort. -- i t BEST I? 1.1 Tfl 1st, On Kor wile by Hlu (Jo., Itioliinond, Ky. t!nisa Furnituro the R. K. I. & B. Railroad and the Kentucky River, in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery. Tho Whito Sulphur is a specific for skin and kidney troubles; tho Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Sulphur Baths iu tho house. Hot f"For lurtber particulars address, .J. M. Thomas, S ? Pron'r., "i .3 i 2 .2. o -- maj31-4- IRVINE, KY. . I) -- -- 135H 3 ECQNQrMIST RANGES oggogoood a . C 1 fc, a. o ss&ecscs :::;! :g 33BHH3H3 o X s M0J tj 3HH3 k DR. CALDWELL'S CURES IND IOESTION. R Roofing, Guttering and General 11 Job "Work. SOUTHERN RfllLWfly. Ar Shclbyvlllo. . At La'renrcb'K. . Ar Vcrkulllt Ar lAixMteiou ... wiaTuounu. I.v Ioxlnutoa . . . Ar VerolllcM. . . Ar Lu'roncoli'tt. Ar PhelbyvIUo... Ar.LoulnTllle ... . im mm. ."ft l -- B I.T IajuIhtIHo (IN KENTUCKY ) Schtdolo la effect Jane 11, 1890. EASTBOnXD. Na 1. No. fx Nal --a EMERO. fViVkh n.-- 4 ... Mum! 4.ivpm! CS3pm! 7.4.ipa B.OTpn Oli.rt.Llt. Lloo - luiCuml 8.47pm1 la'Sainl 1A!pm iaSinn No. a No. a NaT 7.3UUIO t.Eopn vs&i U'lHOM we Slroof. 7.66am ia40a"m HTAT10KS. 4.52pm 5.15pm 0.00pm r.S7an 6.Uan 6.3S&D EA8TIJOUKU 7.pm NaJJ. 7.&5un Na ii. WISTJIonSD. No. AHni I.V Ioulvil Ar Ospm C30pm lawtomiLv LnrncbnrAri MCpm a loan J.ispm 7.3)an iiaroaiDKLiV 1.3 TJUpm laSoMniAr Ilurgln. . Lvl i.pm! 7.10aa ianAr rASTBOUKU Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar lS.iNaC7.1 stations. INa lfl.:Na08 7.40ara Lv LouUtII Ar 15740am 7.3Spn r.33pm 9.Wm,(.v ShclbvlIAr .lam COOpa 6.60pm1 laSSam Lv Vcrsllen Ar 7.B0am 4.1Epn 7.10pm; n. loam Ar Miawav 7.20am 3.38pn 7.4pm Georgtn i.t 7.00aml lOOpa I.ti vrjtsTBonwD. 1Na 1. No. B.; STATJOSS. tNn. 6. fSo. 4 7.40nm LrXaalHTll Ari 10.40am rXipnc CWpm Lv Verslli3 Ar 7.&0am Wpir aahim 7.S5pm Ar NlchlWll Ar 0.58am 3.5Sprr 11.58pm &30pm: Ar Jticnmnd I.v 0.05am .uopm Ar Irvine I.vl 14Spn STAHOHS. Na 1. No. 1 I.t LouIkvIIIo. 7.40ami 75pm Sa WESTJlOUNa Lexington Knoxville AtUcvlDe Savannah Jaaksonvlllo.... I'tmttanoofa .... .... Atlanta Macon J.icfrnonvlUo 10.35pm 7.nopmj 7.45am nr Vloam 0.10pm l.lOpir Ii ikcIiivi'I Eiuriuitful to curt ot VrTiuii UcbUltir. or It iirtH iMiwcrfallf and qukkly. 1. I'hYntrallv IVrfirt. la tlin rrull ! It:;jJEM;itO. Voung men will re- niauiHinii, nr.11 01.1 jien win recoTn v'-l r r.Mit Itlnrlcnratn anil rrstorm te i nr. ai: ,'irrrr w from Seminal Weak. Impotencr. Varlcowlo. Sirinattnrhpa. , !!'!) !:biUx!art IKt nraln ami MructiUr Power, , t, 'r1orir. WaUtfalncss Till Urratna. DexjKm- ' t 1 orciiIcih-o- nrl all ccecti or self. ' . r 'ialciimatul Imlhcrctlon. which nnflt i .t.r iimaw, ttnajor marrLico. JtEiKKRO on tutl.o tho dlHaw-tb- at Is whr It t 'jasrrnti'M Nrrtr Tonic In the world i! 1 14 wh- - It itIvm VIor ami Anion and restore o . l. - "( t ual'i. It Is a marrelons Blood Purl Ihe Pink Iow to - "1 in rlipp:-.- . lnlntnpon having romn bark KECENEKO. pocVru By mU 91.00 per r rlol rt tn -: tlx tct 83.00. . Wo rhrrffully refund wlicrc U Imies ilo not effect a care. irc. .u:rriiio American Omce of 1Gil..AIIY UCmnll tin 825 Cehrmfeut A. ui'u.-- i . -NEW YORK. :..-- rivrjrccil RI3MI5DY w'I'iln of pirxv Amprlrnn ?ww il:T Sr '. - i:M.t i:..f..iit I1-r- rrn-- h ca lI ' polies aro nparontly at tbecnithlof' 5ttTays. OF COD-LIVE- R OIL WITH tueir power. anu to many. lUsecins. ns ffiermantownugus't 234 days. through their rulo U irresistible. This,' SBroadlfead, i?uguE'2- 3- days. HYPOPHOSPHITES however, is far from the truth. The. SsholbyVille, Augus2233 days. should always be kept in fact is. the last hope of tho monoy kings, August '23-;-- 3 days. trusts aud monopolies to perpetuate August-2fop fol5 days.-IJardstpwn? house their, rule is fast failing awav. LaUrarlgerStUgust 303 days. lowing ' " Prior to 1800. the mfiney king nnd Floronce, August GO 3 days.. f FIRST Because, if an member monoplies looked with contempt upon Elizabathtown, September 5 4;days. of the family has a hard cold. It aiiy.movement neaiust them, aud charBowling Greon.Scptember 13 4 days. will cure It. acterized any indictment of. tlicir liilir : GiasgowySepteinbe'r 20 4 days Outline, soptember L' SZ&Qi&D Because, if the children handed measures lis a cnlnmity howl - HorseCave, Septombor 1 nays. days are delfcate and sickly. It will Previous to that time thoir attorneys Oweusboro, October 3 5 274 days. had both grpatpplitjcal parlies well in make themstrong and well. 2Sc. 50c. hand and wore able to di&atc all County Court Days. TIIZ&B Because. i(Jhe father or in natftmaTnn3c!rato mother is losing flesh, and becomParis, Bourbon county, first Monday. weilded tho power and pat- ing thin "and erriaciate,d. If will build Richmtind, Madison county, first Monof the nation in behalf of their them up and give them flesh and rojiage day, ' clients. Lillian LewiJCIho actress, died strength. . JTFayette count', second They were, however, treated to a consumption August the 11th. Because it is the genuine surprise in 1S0O whon the Monday FOURTH Stanford, Lincoln county, Becond'Mon- standard remedy in all throat and Democratic masses rose in their might KEEP COOL BIC. TAKING A LAKE TRIP. day. lung affections.' : tho party from their conGeorgotown, Scott county, third Montrol.- Power made them No household should.be without-i- t Visit Picturquo Mackinac, the island day. . .be.; taken in summer as well andltjiey did not credit the people with' Danville, Boylo county ,third Monday. of cool breezes, or tho 30000 islands, It .can either the intelligence or the indenondas in winter. Route. Travel via Nitiolaaxnie.n&ssaniino cnunty. third the Otprgian-Ba- y uuce.tp uuiic arju conuuet-- a succossiui 30c nd ft. 00, ill dfugs'ttts. Mohday.'.-. D&. C.7tho Coast Line to Uiq NorthSCOTT & BOWNE, Oterabts; NcwTfoik. revolution witli the ranks Winchcstcru Clark county, Jourth ern Summer Resorts. Send 2 cents for ma illustrated pamphlets. Address FAIR DEALING. chine Ha 1 they real'zed tho danger In, Monday." A. A. Soiiantz, G, P. A. Versailles, woodfbrd county( fourth tim'o and spent' a lew millions within" Detroit, Mich. Nlcholasvilla Democrat. the Democratic rank's before the pri- Monday. The Louisville Post, in its usual ira- - maries were- lield in 1800 it ia possible Tariiar(?) style, is out with a four-pag- e that tho results might have been dif ; ..rA.'. ' .J "-- ; Biippliniont. .devoted to their interests ferent In view of the fact- that the (Kj5f -, of the Brownies. It protends to show machinery of the party in both "State 8wS3i '" ' ' ' Tl U 'I IB that 'UoebePwok" his nomination by and nation' was in tho main under their SSSSrSWl ..v " v . .' forco, fraud, and duplicity?" It oven up control. But tho triumph of the people t braids Chairman Johnson for allowing for time in thirty years and a certain delegates to vote in the tempor- Hue was drawn' honestly dividing the ary organization when there was uot.a interests of the people from tlioso of semblance of reason given for throwing tho money kiu:s and monopolies. out these votes. - It then takes up the Thoir mistake in permitting the Demo report of the committee on .credentials. cratic party to wrest Itself from their By the ropoTt it will beseen that tho grasp.cost them ' many millions in the delegations holding regular credentials campaign andrwill lose them the con were seated from almbsL.All districts, trol of tho government in tho next and that there were more contesting Har- national election if tho Democratic din delegations than any other. The voters 'realize their opportunity and do report recommended tho seating of 14 their full duty. EAST .LIBERTY, PA. regular delegations outside of Louisville. Deep laid plans have been matured delegations were by tho money power and monopolies to Several of thc-otOFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. divided- - Tho post .then admi ts that tho uudo the Work Of 1S9G and again secure minority report was dofeated; but only control of the Democratic party. They Yards htive boon enlarged and rearranged. in a sneering way does it admit tho longe since secured tho pledges of Demois the nearest point to the Eastern market. adoption unanimously, ot the majority cratic leaders in various sectionsof Indianapolis for BaltiBest Distributing " report. tho country to come out, at the oppor more, Washington, Philadelphia, New York and all It then makes the statement that tune tiino, iu opposition to the. Chicago Eastern markets. Chairman Redwiuo would not put any platform and totlomnnd a new deaUiri Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all motion made by the Hardin delegato interest of party harmony. other kinds of stoek. One has only to see the delegates from ' Tb'S various moves of the enemy have Jessamine county, all Hardin men, to been detected,.and thoir trickery ex- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. find out that this statemont is false. posed with the result of demonstrating A Frightful lMnndor . PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY. Hon. Willard Mitcholl succeeded in that tiie States like New York, Penn Will often cause a horrible Burn, having more motions put before the sylvania, and the supposed sfrdngholds Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica house than probably any other delegate of the cold Democrats iu tho East that Salve, tho best in the world, will kill present, may31-3and evorybody knows he was their lumbers are insignificant, nnd the pain and promptly heal it. Cures a Hardin delegate with a vengeance. that they aro absolute powerless lor Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Altogether, tho Post's special is sim harm if the people are on the alert nnd Felonp, Corns, nil Skin Eruptions. ply a rehash of what it has been dishing aro active. 1 Hey have now aunnuoncd Best Pilo euro on earth. Only 25 cts. a out to decent Democrats ever sinco the the Idea of an open fight against tho box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per- convention. It does seem to us thatuli Chicago platform, and havu decided to 1 ry & Thoman, Druggist. people, who lovo tho truth. conduct a campaign of lying and deceit ought to get information from the lips in order to secure tin pled ire d delegates THE XENTUCKIAN'S WOES. of their own honest delegates rather that can be manipulated iu tiian swallow and belicvO tho distorted But this last game is now dootn- On account of Kentucky's many pro fieri of bolting newspapers. Jessamine od to failure unless the people relax tracted and deadly feuds, the State has sent a Hardin delegation to the convenThe people in .many loHecured for herself a very unenviable tion, nil honorable men, and we are not calities have already determined upon reputation all over the Union. The afraid to let them, say what was dono, (111 ) Pinckneyville, Democrat thus but we aro opposed to having our peo- the men whom they will send its well talks of Kentucky's trouble, which ple from their conclusions from rending as upon those they will not send to the . shows that wo are viewed practically tho columns of such bolting sheets as next Democratic national convention-The people are at last becoming as savages by our neighbor Slates: tho Post or Dispatch. thoroughly aroused, and it is now Man born in tiro wilds of Kot lucky deemed a pratical certainty that thoy is of feud dnyB ana easy virtue. He A Xarrow Escape. will again control the next National fisheth, iiddleth, fusseth and iighteth Thankful words writton by Mrs. Ada Convention and reaffirm the Chicago all days of his life. iti done, and the lino r-Ho- nei He shunneth water as a mad dog and E. Hart, of Groton, S. D "Was taken platform. If this witli a bad cold which settled on my so distinctly drawn in 1800 is maintained drinkcth much whisky. Nature's most natural remedy. Improved by When ho desircth to raife hell he lungs, cough sot in and finally termi- in 1000, the Democratic ticket will win Four Doctors by tho greatest majority ever given to science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive plautoth a neighbor and lo, he reapeth nated in Consumption. gave mo up saying I could . live but a any ticket in onr history. The AmeriCure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces twenty-fold- . of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. He rise th even from his cradle to short time. I gave myself up to my can people cannot bo made to vote for Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n scalp of his grandsiro'a enemy Savior, determined if I .could not stay the monopolies and trusts if the line is seek the mucus is cut out ; tho rated ; the microbe-bearin- g with my friends on earth, I would meet clear and distinct that separates their and britigeth home in his carcass tho cause of that tickling is removed, and me inflamed ammunition of his neighbor's wife's my absent ones above.' My husband interests. National Watchman. membranes are healed and soothed so that there was advised to get Dr. King!s New Dis is no inclination to cough. cousin's uncle's father-in-lawho covery for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. Irritating stings, bites, scratches. avengeth tho deed. SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS wounds ami curs soothed and healed Yen, verily, his life is uncertain and I gave it atrial, took in all, eight bottles. by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve a sure Dctttec Only. 25c, 60c. and $1.00 Size he knoweth not the hour when ho may It has cured me, and thank God I' am and safe application for tortured flesh. BE SURE YOU GET 1 AM OS aad saved and now a well and healthy wo Jioware oi counteneits. rerry a any remedyYEARStoOLD.Bell's never used be jerked hence. rioe-'laequal Hr. ' Tfoney. It elves quick and permanent relief Br. Bell's Pine-Tar-HoHe goeth forth oil a journey "half- man." Trial bottles free ft Perry and Thomas. In grip as vrellaacouebs and colds. Itmakrs reak I nnpi strone. Mrs. XL A. Metcalfe, shot" and cometh back on a shutter, Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 50c If h man who has always been a Psdncin,Kx. and $1 00 guaranteed or prico refunded. shot. For aalo by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. Democrat .decides to bolt the- - ticket 1 He riseth iu tho night to lot tlio.cat reason for. his this fall there must bo a out aud it tnketh nine doctors three decision. That roason. wo aro satisfied. NEW YOEIC FASHIONS. days to pick the buckshot from his isbose'd upon a misunderstanding of person. true-blu- e Strings aro appearing, both on hats the facts. Can It be that a' Ho goeth forth in joy and gladness Jessamine Democrat will promit him and cometh back iu scraps and frag' and bonnets. jn&de a tool of by the L. & meuts. Petticoat bodices very prettyi made self to bo N. railroad and its allies? Nicholas- Ho calleth his fellow man a liar and in the form of a fichu, and Jasened in I getteth himself filled with scrap iron front with a knot of ribbon. The arm ville Domocraf. AHA AAA A size is edged with laco, a3" is the V-oven to tho fourth generation. soseaososeaonacaoaoHaseBo A cyclone bloweth him Into the shaped opening at the neck. A new stylo of toothbrush fits on the bosom of his neighbor's wife and his neighbor's wife's husband bloweth him finegr by menns of a cylinder, which n Bsc? into the bosom of Father Abraham, be carries tho bristles. Evory tooth can easily reached, and there aro no be fore he hath time to explain. He emptieth a domijohn into him hard corners to hurt the gums. 3:011 Exquisite frocks shown by Best & Co, self and a shotgun into his enemy and There are few women as beauhis enemy's son lieth in wait on election for dainty Misses, are of French pique tiful a3 they might be. Powder mtcarinl, and as good day and io, the Coroner plowcth up a This isa beautiful and paint and cosmetics don't g forty acre field to burrv the remains of for service as it is lovely to look upon make good looks. Beauty is a with colored White pique strowu that man. simply an impossibility without Woe, woo is Kentucky, for her eyes polka dots makes neat aud smart-loo- k health. Beautiful women are f are red with bad whisky and her soil ing shirt waists. o few because healthy women aro The newest shades in nun's veiling is stained witli the blood of jamijits! few. Tho way to have a fair H are Wedgowood blue and watermelon o ,face Selnh. figure g ania pink. These shades also appenr in fs to take b - cashmeres, with .bright of all kinds have advanced in light-weigMeats vr?9tf a price during the past two . months. Persian borders. Such stuffs make Pork is three cents, mutton four cents ideal gowns for cool summer evenings. and beef two to six cents higher. The return of tli.eJEmpiro gown 'will necessitate the possession of anl.mpiro v O corset. Tho It, & G corset of this varie This 13 that old and time-trie- d 2 ty meets every rtljuiremcnt. of the medicine that cures all female n situation, and is the invariable choice ot artistic and careful women who have o troubles and weaknesses and loanicd to jskillmlly combine good 2 drains. It makes no 'difference 2 g what the doctors cali the trou- health with a graceful appearance ble,-a- f. thcro js" anything tho a The most oliecttvo tronts to wear a g ina't'tVrJn'iheitflfiiclly'feminine 2 AWEAKSIOHACH heavy guipuro witli Eton jackets, are of lino lined with whitesatin. AFFECT5 YOUR male Regulator will help o Whito chamois, gloves lire the ones and euro it. It te good for ir g most in favor for outdoor sports. iul6VllIe(Colorcd-'Fairj.-AuEUst-2- illioip.'nu iuyuu-- as reported: Columbia, August 22- -4 days. i Alexandria, August ,226 days. J&Sr j 'i-- V$t Wah-aaaa- aaa 19 lr ImfcSTS TOV 4 i I a i 2 -- the the reasons: - nomi-n'atlo- ns convon-tions,(.an- d- glJp u DRUGGISTS. d vJ"""5.-- - again6Utho.-power--of-.the-eder- ?C4C'-- m Ki.jvca KlUh . r IWISU UIAStBXiirEABintl SUISIbl. ....... I .HAtFllltL "7 Ii , ll I .. , f. Il,,l ff , ...)- ,, . .. . Vn ... n 1.1. fonnd vrrfrctir MtUfirtarr. otctIr. a rtprvrcnUvt. wli ! rSD.00, uJ Till, nul airiba km xtsc!lrk aauTKsr Eisam 10c nricn or, j irtki urai Our Special Offer Prico ir ajui f rftfrht chart; . The marlilnfi wHzhl S15.50 firtlmlk1. 120 p..nml and th frrlchf will areraji" 7ft rvma tor . i!tf. rfCif!&iJ.'-r-we will rr tarn your lli.M iy Uy .run re not ..tljnt. w r- fl'.OJ,CaUlam- f. siftl. r- .lf. k!l tf.Jn l f.wl,t S..Un H f til -. f! la liar tn !Wlr 3.t.la. r.llj iiLXl r JJ Sll.O0.l., fariki. MU? .yi'iftSTi SI3.30 DBOP TJESX OADINTTT BOEiJIOX: nyany 1.0.0. iyTH lith.srtatestTalneBtcroOsrwt h M. BEWARE OF iMlTATKTMS IV.-'- ?? SEND iO MOMSYMHSrs: jr i -i - ill i '' VUe Ktl ' " laUntfturt, . - "SSSSJSi . " ' mr nrMinuf. oihih mw )sv:iffifi,r?r" 'i ' . xtJk, xitm in .iiiirn rtrncrsur ois. maiikiiy tiil ry.ua ukstiiai. nt tv ajiej:i-tti : 'i jit urT aATj ' SLID r.l!AftTR SAWED OAK ?v ' n.M. Tnimi moirmmil r. xruinLr uii niio a taiaa nkM la i;felri.a laa lara ana- ftra hiiii.ijt Srr.-""- f Vl SSv'i7 FuZ J iY4 J ?fe'i t i VcSiiJ-''-?- - A f5r4i' JwTr'SZSSS J . a rt f,V'l'jKV ivS r. with kvx. ttPTiit?' S2re?ld . 7WvD ar X the-firs- e"l l rt. y lylaA,l bobbin "J!1 lnirht!l'.tii-Ioom vhefl.winder. auiwUMe bran'nn. nit. wlinit.lc rrrMrr trt. im'.mrrd lb, tor, lniprtvtl "iTifr, iian u die - FAtr.t tt' p cruard i. ad handsourljr J" fi ll l..tl,Ull, Kwl t:wl Mf. In piae. for .r..t. n , sen... : ,. , Wi1 I d .Mia.-- ; ilrnwiT pylla. r .. - " fr GUARANTEED wa4. Lrr Wtwa attf hmxtt ! fsmUbf tmd sir Free Inttractlon Ttiic jmt hwfcnTonecni ran It and 1o either plain or any kind of fanT r, ii Kit. wiu every Cl v u AawxtiAiiv jiinujflu uuAiLAK I IT COSTS YOU NOTHING lir If at An a. Jan 11 " r trs nn l rail aaa a a flin TO i.KfLK IWIufcl mnmt ! TltLR t.SU If at j lle wllkta t&n- - namtlit yon m; jti tt otMiuafj. ubunikTU iia.i, iutT puji, (sears. itrrjncic!CUO.Arinoroapt.iy renaoie.--ixUtj in.imiMrt4 L. r, ! bfttaTiniiij a T, it. 'trwJrlJSfSl Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK St CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. apr5-6m ttsburcr Cental Stock lards 71j7717m7K I 7? 7r5 7h 7rf IK 7?R hcr m Cool, Mi U MU, It Point East of We have just received a nnmber of Refrigerators, lee Boxes, Water Coolers, White Mountain lee Cream Freezers, M SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. m All kinds of Fishing Tackle ; Hooks to a Channel Mud Cat. catch everything f rorn a Sun Perch to Ave ever say anything to you about the Did fair-mind- their-elTorts- . Well, we will see you later. Call and see us DR. BELL'S 11 mmm Main Street, Richmond, Ky. - Madison Monumental Works. ESTABLISHED w 1863. i. - JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pkopmetok. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statnary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. They're the best! FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. 4 Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind if Cemetery AVork, will find it to their interest to call nt tho old stand in the n ar of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from nt prices to suit all classes nf buyers. CAfMn. W. G. GOUCHER, one; of tliobestworknieninCentr.il Kentucky, Is hvchnrgo of our establishment nnd this nieanB satisfactory work in every phase. Tarties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will be furnished on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED- .- IW eautifu m Thai's why you want to sec them .luiy. We mean before our r JHMES T. HAMILTON, A BOON TO MANKIND! Proprietor. m liisur well-round- ht to. D" -- soline TABLER'S BUCKEY MaU.a.Lja,aj,iii.i. aaa "K. n a. 4 ove. l oi W m! cnPlm Va W 'Fl Li A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 cents. MMK F. BALLARD, ix.'.yi I Stie ProfrletK, & - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO, WHOLE BODY rotf FROM TOP TO BOTTOM g regular or "pninftil menstruation; w n for leucorrba-a- for falling of the Clarjr.'.of" Chauncey, Ga., a womb, lor ncrveusnesa, icad-- 9 Hamilton ache, backseat and dizziness. says he suffered with 'itching piles trying DeWltt'u ii lake it rud .get well. Then a 1 rTfVr ittoiity e Wileh Huzol fealvo, two boxes of which your girlish features J completely cured him. Beware of 5 and figure will be restored. m g s, worthless and , ' Evelyn Cable, For sale by PERRY THOMAS, Druggists. J"'1 ' , yeais'-bcfor- - old-tim- . ...... -- dangerous-counterfeit- . Perry & Thomas. W SoM by drujeists for$l a bottle. H 5.00am B.OOam Lv tiintlnnooKn r HltmiBeham Ar Meridian .. Ar Now OrU-ans.tii- -l .... .... laneprnj 1L3UIS S..1uarn &i!5am ia45am ll.GOam 1.10am 35pm O.lOnm 9.10am 0.30pm 6.4'iarD For aalc in Blcbmond by Perry Druggists. septll-ly- . DO ikuiurikuui &. Thomas m k .. rv mm ijspr YEARS' Vianavairjjjjjuat-- . EXPERIENCE e.Sam S.fiOpm nexington. carry Fioo Obscrratlon Chair inliBo and Sew Orleans, and tbrouirh slrcner rrwm t No. I ronnccts throuch Rlrriilnir rnn tt in Phntiniitvimi Tn.m IilnRton daily with GIVES STRENGTH Trj.de Marks Invanuon t probably putonuwblo. llaudbock on Patents sent f roe. Oldest arcucy for vecnrlncpatetits. I'atenta tEtca tbrnuKh Munn A Co. recelro tpecloi notice without chsritc. In tho luttnnooiTa to Atlanta, Macon una Jock-sutivl- ua Trains Ncrt. t and i. tbrousrti aloeplOKcars between riilvllle end Illrmtnsnom, connoctlna f LexlnKton with through Pullman slecpcnl tla Harrlm n t'Otweea knoxTllls, Ashevtlle. t oinmlila. Savannah un4 Jackaonvllle. The only lino with tKroc daily trains between LoulHrlllo, Sbclbyvillo and Lexington. tDally except Sttndny. Other trains daily. A. Wukjmjw. P.&T A,, &T Swirr. P.&T.A., . COPVRICKTS &C AriTono sendinc a sketch ai.d dccrtptlon may qnlcklr aieorUlit onr opinion free whether an DESICN3 TO THE STOMACH, Scientific A hendorocJy illnfttratad'wMklf. Jfiaestaa. . PURITY TO THE BLOOD, AND LIFE TO THE LUNGS. y f.UAfc d V4',ft6.4 JJkt (fStV T. M I freest clr ccUUon i.f any srlenUBa Jnumal, Tcr,r, f J a 'etf j rnnr mcHiuis. tL ewdayivll nowdMlCTj 1 iiit A it- - .... u. i. ATLANTA, OA. g Tho Georgetown Sentinel publishes a g letter from Hon,.John W. YerkeRj of this city, in whirjli Mr. YerkeS denies saying that Uocbvl would enrry Boylo county. That, however, doos not alter the fact that MrjGoebel will carry the county. Boyle, it Is true, has boon in the doubtful column for coma time, but local candidate for this year thero-is-n-, a high State oillco, on the ticket,- - tho patty is united and every Democrat-hmade up his mind to vote anoVwork for the ti;kef. Conditions of that naturo Itartiflcially digests tho food and aids make defeat almtist' impossible. Dac-vill- e Nature ltl strengthening and exhausted digestive Advocate. It Is the latest discovered digest-an- t and tonic. No other preparation Kodol DySDOp&ia Cure cures dyspep- can approach it in efficiency. insia becauM) its ingredients nro such stantly relieves and permanently cures that if. can't help doing bo. The pub- Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn. lic can icly upon-i- t its a iiihsUt rometlj; Flatuleiice) Sour Stomach, Nauseal for all diiiordeia nrifing Irom Imperfect SickHeadache,aastralgIa,Crami,and digealioj'.. Jan. M.TfioUipou, M. I)M all other rasulta of UmpcrfectdigwiiJoa, In AtEcrirsn JoUrbal of nwltu, Jf, V( a i'l-- t ie ir,i'rv tbu ei THE BRADFB5LD REGDATOrt CO; a 3?0nNprbNLYi?AT-.THE. Why Suffer Agony ? 01 When DON'S COMPLETE PLLE CURE is guaranteed lo euro you. IS is tho discovery cf an r minont physician. 3 1 ! aoxess39sxsaccsMis sr res sii'Mi aware more DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. Jf Bin-dor- No Knife 1 No Intsnuption cf Business a yspepsia Digests what you eat, tur It Tho first treatment brings immediate relief. IV has cured thousands, and Trill euro you. MIL T. c5. WILCOX, prominent mcrchanjfc, politician and clrlef cf tho Chattanooga Firo Dopartinonfc'ijays: " After years of siiiTcrinu, 1'ILE O I KTMEfiT was recommended, to mc. The use of one box effected a permanent cure. I voluntarily give you this statement, hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf-fcr.'- IScreeir f);):prs, Water . Coolers, s DO'S UoVigftra.iorsv Chumpipn with piles." . ie or-ga- ns. and Mowers, Hay Bakes, Price 51.00, Prepaid to any Address. CHATTANOOGA, Binder Twine, Etc. snehl-l- y j$ DON CHEMICAL COMPANY. TENN. El jl