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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): August 30, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899083001_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 30, 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. I. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. e VOLUME 26 RICHMOND, , r.nv MADISON 11 COUNTY, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1899. :f:5 rra WATCIIES eXX''-For Rent! office rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hand-war- e NUMBER AH 13. cn ,., irir-Tn- n I i Kingston, which is a small village, i located on the Big Hill pike auout eiRiit mllps from Richmond ) years nKo. There are several Mores, ine iriiieipal merchanU being ojr.ijutties, Jellerson Cox, Kit Witt ami Buck Stivers. The lust name. gentleman being tho oldest merchant in tho place. Kingston can boast of uui DiacKsmith shop, public scales, tins place wus named for Tlieodure lung who was n tailor by trade soiiif R liarrad aTVAi Qtai Aicma BAKING Powder w yobk. &N Makes the food more delicious aad wholesome eowas co Choice of three good residence, with modern conveniences. eight-room store, Main St. Also ver' desirable PURITY OF TONE, combined with great range and power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver, Schubert, Kingsbury uiiu vrescenii jfiano. Being GRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. n Instrument PROFESSIONAL OARDS. Ari!0RNEY3. rXu..MXLLER. Attohsby-at-La- Richmond, - - Kkxtucxt. iHBre In the'Curnnm Building, next door to icw-i- y armor XY&uonai uanx. well as a handsome ap pearance ana nne hnisu. peutersami builders that eeCtlon-We have several styes. Some xne pny6ictahB of the place are Drs. in Mahogony, Rosewood, Hurst and Martin-- , the last named be etc. Prices range from ing a brother ttf Mrs. L. J. Frazee, of . who desire durability as of very sold construction it is recommended to those house, also a hlc-lociiooi ouiiding, a grist mill, a good masonic iotigo and a new llaptist meet IflK house. Tlie school was founded bv oames itice, who was it's first principal and who is now principal of targe iJaptlst Collece in Wlssonri nan a mile west of Kingston on Hnvn . roiK, ib located the old Bethel Bantiat cnurch, which was built by Alfred Harris in 1830. This nlaco was once the home of Col. Andy Mention. w!io was the first Democrat in the toiihtv , ... . j elected to the Legislature after the ciyil war, and was afterwards elected marshal! of this clty which olTlce he Held for several years. Ale. Todd I ivingston'o mechanical contUs and Andy Venerable is one oi llic best tar i uismrt scliool Stock and Farm. Shelby Bentinel Ckirn is sellinsr at $225 nt the WHY THE L. IS FIGHTING G0EBEL, tunty ft.-- $225.00 up. ments. Easy pay- HARDING & Attorxeyat-Law- RIEHn KY. , H. G. KENT, AGEN'T, KENTUCKY. OnVc over Taylor's Uanl ware store, op-poMtp (wirt House, on JWaiiiMreet. KICM0XDL - RICHMOND, II It. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky ltiriiMo.sn. Ollice No. 13 First SU. up Rtairs. 31 30 Patru Home hmw. J. 0. it histtreyour dwellinsrs. barns and all other properly in me illue urasB Insurance Coropa ny. oi Lexington, liy., a Home Institution Ulves protection against Fire. Liehtnlnir and A TTORXKVS A T T.A 1T Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now TCtcktvcky, operating in the State, and gets cheaper ever Kil'iimdmts year as long as you continue in the company Office on SoconJl street, over Chen-uMFor further information call on tliei' agent ann collector, a. it. 11. 11L.AUK. AUOrncy-al-Lagrocery. Richmond. Kv . office on Main Street. opposite Court House, next door to State Bank : Trust uo second lloor. .. R. LETCHER, J. II. CARTER, Pres. maySI-I- y C. C. BOSWORTH. Sec'y. Attortiey-at-Zaw- , 1). M. OUENAULT, IliiriiMo.vt), Office Coviiiffmii & Mitchell?. Kentucky. with T. J. Smith, Jr. over FnsiGHT PREPAID. "iC. O. Lowry, Atlorney-at-La- gJKSeForthi'MjIr JlKotEJlfnew crm all nttach I ranted isr.ehir.e unot sal - .ctoryiit3oday nnr- y will he v i- toachinewil th SCWluc hib this city. Two of our citizens, tii Joe Hales and Dr. Bales, formerly resided near Kingston. The famous battle of Richmond conimnnrfil nr. Hays Fork, which is but half a mile from this village. The date of the battle was on tho last Knnininv in August 18G2. Some of the nrincinal farmers in this section are James Been. uick jones, Alex (iibbs, Socrates Mau- pm, Irauk Man pin, Tom Anderson. wm. Bowles, who is 84 years old and still spry and active, Arch Doty, and James i'arks. The father of the last named was one of the most prominent men in his day, was married three times and reared a family of ten children. all of whom did well in life. I do not wish to overlook a once noted farmer of this section, Hon. Wash. Maupin, wno owned Hunter's Rest, located a mile from Kingston and which is now occupied by his son Joseph. This home was Uie rendezvous of many a gay hunting party, many of the partici pnuift coming irom a distance to engage in the exciting sport, Mr. Maupin was a great hunter and ttie bark and yelling of the dogs when on the scent was music to his ear. lie at one time owned tho finest pack of fox hounds in the counts. r- MuImtIpv tttiilillng, Richond, Ky, PHYSICIANS. DRS. GIBSON, & GIBSON, - I'll Richmond OftotVnVrft J - AND SURGEON, - BOO FOURTH ""sJaent oa applies tion. WHAYNS M'F'O ro., AVB. LOUISV1LUS KY mch2S-Cin fntuiril. Rnr1r9li viili order. Pt sfri;itive circtila Close on the hounds the hunter caittts To cheer them on the Vanished game. But stutnbbllng lit the tugged dell Kentucky. The gallant horse exhausted tell. The impatient rider strove lit Vaili Td rouse him With spur and rein. The steed his good labor's o'er Had ktretchtd his stiff limbs To rise do mdrei EXCELLENT ADVICE. Scrwi,"er IV.Uhj biiildms, 18 and to Sec- Wane .old drusitore. tj- - Lumber For Sale! I hare atrnv mill. near- Warn, nhntit hro hundred tlionsahil liimhor which t will sell at mill or loaded on cars. For HOOKER, 1 ETERINA R Y SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. ' runner particulars call on or address July5-Sm- o J. M. BOWMAN. Waco, Ky. Volcanic Ernptions Are grand, but Skin Eruption rob life !L G. JASPER, M. D of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures Medicine and Surgery. saUsI actorj them: also Old, Runnimr and Fever Otliitf Pratlier Itutldiiit;, Main Street. Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, 1. photie at reanlcucc (the Cnrr place) on (im yon mw erer liiottdwa Warts, C uta, Bruises. Burns. Scalds. Kentucky. of, par ttio .CHKOND, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile iciesrrar euro on earth. run it In his speech at Wickliff, Senator Aches. Only Drives out Pains and G. V KVANS, M D., 25 $13.00 Blackburn said: "I have had ninny guaranteed. Sold cents a box. Cure Ifitw the 11.00 1VRITK FOR OUR RIO FREE by Perry & Thomas, ent wither STOVE CATALOGUE. letteis from honest, but misguided Druggist. . ler or iiz.00 PlIVR CI AtC AND SlIIKlKON, 2 ndfrelfrht charsru. Thin store la lxeKo.S.OTenti friends bejanng me not to go into this trrnn extra UHxlttH. Kentucky larve Aurs topi? (XiZSt maul hmrj btplelron. grates. canvass. Ihey said the regular organ'(iciimiinii, lirarjr coTer, llntim and BRYAN THE ONLY MAN. Urce orea shelf, bearj oren door, handsome nickel plated onuunentatlons and trimtnlntnt. extra ization was all for me and the bolters I rev rirep, genuine "IukIUs ffrlUII l 1)11. T. ...TAYLOR," rnrlr. band-o- were all for me. A Terra Haute, Indiana special says: lanre ornamented haw. Uett el karafe and They urged me to we fitmUb rnKE an extra wood craic makln? it a perI'rnclU'unur in Alnlicine and Surgery, fect rw. UK IhSLE A BlSUUti tJCARAXTKK with stay out and not make enemies by mix John Clark Itidnath, the historian. PTrrr store tvnd rail .Kentucky road station.store, iraaraiitee safe dellvrrr tovonr taxo ing m the fight. If I were to follow whose home is in Greencastle, this disToar l.esl dealer would chanre. tu KiciiMiiNK ror a the freight Is onlr atwut fUOO for MO miles. trict, in which he was tho fusion can each ltt lo.fX. Jt'ldress. and residence cm Second Street. SEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.(1HC)CH1MCO, ILL the advice of these honcst.but misguid didate for Congress in 1806, writes to a - riliiki, ed friends, I would forfeit the last atom wn, MM) tu-- Uwirkl itr.) aprS-6f respect I cherish for myself. I call friend from New York City as follows: DENTAL STJHG3SY. .Politically we are stenplnrr far and God to bear witness that I have" never seen tho day, and I trust I may never fast. The Croker interviewed here luw live long enough to see the day when I produced a tremendous sensation. It wonld not bo ready to stand or fall was. s unexpected. Tho Van Wvck fcBXTIST, boom has and there it with my party." rr Lot'lsviuj?; Kir. nobody itrsiifht but the one central nnd OAtoc frexl door to Government Building, RkhwSnd, Ky. Ottlce hours 9 to 1 to 4. splendid tfgure of William J. Bryan.'' your freight depot and If found perfect-i- j a Vi'lrinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accu-- . SEND US ONE DOLLAR E?d?ttu"4TES e.l by Kichmond Harness Co., Kast Main St apr7-I- y Hi limond, Ky. COOK MUVK, bj frcUiit C.O.D- - ubject to MnmlntUttl. An exchange sayst "Patronise the business men who advertise. These men want yoti to trade With them nud will give good bargains as well its courteous treatment. The men Who do not advertise may Want your trade, and they luay hot. In social lire you only go where you Are iuVited. The same rule Way be Safely adopted with usineas nion at all events a live busi ness man always advertises and always gives the best bargains, therefore self nterest should induce you to trade with them." Kansas is ficurinc on n bushel corn crop, which is 100,000,000 clause in the State constitution forbidunshels as oxcess of the previous ban- ding the consolidation of competing lines of railroad; becanse he put in the ner year, 1S80. constitution the clause renuirintr rail At this season of tho venr It is nnrtio-nlarly Important that the sheep and roads to pay the owners of nrODertv lambs should be provided with an ahnrtit- - condemned for railroad purposes in nnce of suit, Salt will greatly aid pre-- cash tho vnlue of the nronertv so taken before getting possession of it; because nitng loss Dy worths which are a ne- was the author of the fellow servants riolts menace to the sheenmpn nf tho he hilh because he championed the hill central States. to put a stop to extortionate freight Most fanners make butter, hut M.o charges at noncompetitive points; be majority of them do not know wlw.tl.o, cause he has championed everv ittat they are makinc it at nmfit demand for legislation made by tlie or- simply for tho reason hat they do not ganued railroad engineers, firemen, .tcu on atujuill OI WIlOl 11 CQMlRtn tnnki. . ninillletnni ...JO UHH .I4IIUKIC1J, UK- un.l . r.lnm... . the butter or even what the sales I cause he linn publicly denounced the L. ...UUi.uty lu i xneiu are iour pflfinnrmu .v. n. rnr tho nnrf t n Ant:. necessary for profitable butter making, the vote of Kentucky for McKinley in viz.: (l) The right kind of a cow, (2) t80G; because he has bidden the L. ?v the right kind of fcid and care for th N. ilnfiinrA fnr nil n trio in ilia fntfA cow, (3) the making of the right kind its efforts to encroach upon the rights of of butter, (4) the marketing of the but- - the people nnd to dominate the politics ter so as td obtain the highest price of Kentucky, as Milton Smith, Presi- I ... Ior II. ilant nf ll.o a., w ai , iiua . w. uid T. JL- ivr uuaieu ill lhe young turkeys should now be I P"nt over bis signature it would do growing and Should by this time h This is the subject that has become PETTIT TUMBLES. of absorbing interest in Kentucky, in reached a state at which th for themspv7n.. Tl,v ...r . tllie towns and on the farms. The neo- ,i -v i. OUIUUUUJCS A Frankfort special says that Thomas made lame by being compelled to alight p,e re soberly contemplating what will Pettit, Populist nominee for Govern , . . . .,. . I l.A frnm Cnmn li Tr 1. i&'Jo, who received the "i&u iuubiiii place. m. I This '""roiucuces if ilium SllOUld or in ever enst for a Populist largest in this tuuico uu graauauy and there 10 B"3"1' turporauon succeed in carry vote State, in tin romolt. tti.f . n... 1. , iujiui .mem in a sued ing out its threats. They look upon its ed ahas deserted his partytoand hand speak for list of appointments until the lameness passes away. They i uuuiiuauon wiin. norror. lhev are thein Uoebel ticket. like to roam and seek their fond, hut passing the word from neighbor to "Mnryhad a billveoat: its tail was should the grass be scarce by reason of neighbor thnt we must organize, organ- proionged dry weather they will appre- - lz? rKaiiiKt3 in every village and haui- - 60rt 'o bent, and everywhere that Mary goes that lamb is sure to went. He ciatO a ineSH nf fnnit nt ninkt -- .l :n I Int. in svrv nnnntrv uu.auu. l.nns. .1 .... irhnnl i " OV i , followed her to school one dav. which J I resiat this menace to crash this effort made her hot as fire, for 6he had gone barnvard than if left entirelv to thnm- - f this foreign-owne- d corporation cf there on her wheel, and billy ale the f.ibulous wealth to subsidise our pres, tire." Exchange. seives. I debatlCll L Ollr VOtPrS. rnnonl lorialollnn Wlmn mdiujj xuiiuivHan . i. .!.. 'r nppiy lta has been enncted ,0 protect the SEND ONE DOLLAR hot as it cah be nppliwi, nnd have it I ' defCat thick so as to cover the cracks as much l,eolle' further legislation or the paiTitrLiiJLiixrrnRlsu afiiSaiKaatlsl 2 IVIXTIB, and we will send I mm I II m nliarai.tnr . ranaur iaa by n tt. I r, n as possible. Whitewash will rntS O.U, dtro. our govenor atad other State ofllcers andi riID,b. might;(abject to .. ... .. tuIQlastlOn,tklkWn nee it put oa the walls properly, but (taarsnteetltg, taf thethlh, watery whitewash does but legislators 13 And the people will organize for this itmr tnltSi rrU And It tittle service. In adtlllinh in ft- - 0,1. louaa frtrUf tuwrufji iiVHj m rp r. m. vantages In destroying lice, Italso inakes purpose. Thev will rise In thnir miVht 1.4V".U tlM. tk.l tho Interior of this hoiiltn-- hhnc. iti,. The revolution instead of being against t!.t( ,ii (S0.S4, it aimiSIBIsllllllllllllllVi ftf jMiai I .!, Our Ik. fttlttl and bheerful,as Well ds desiroyihg germs Uoebel will be in his favor. In the meax with nrH .r ot disease. A gill of cHlde earbbiie acid country, Republicans, Poplilists and icuw. ii.iv Hi to every gallon oi whitewash- - will ren- Democrala alike are realizing the dan- rfp,lk.rr,lUu j;F.II.MIIrit, 'kalklic der it more efficient as a disinfectant. ger before Ihem; in the towns, labor or- , THIS RiXMaMtHATISTBlitt nUde.cat. inesd.tet-terrdan-d utwt stylo, from Int B.j.1 ganized and unorganized, is seeintr it. to tlu poll.hrdla rerynn'tolntUM., Brtlk .rkk, 1. k rick, The supposition that Common fol fllil7 p.lkfc.4, n.rSlM Mlr. Onmlm It to tmt W ktgfe, We aro to have a magnificent campaign lljBCS14titiat. Wrlt.rrrWMIWrBljlMta.:B!m. are hardier - than pure breeds is not 'Addreu, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., CHICAGO. borne out by facts. Those who hatch f.nd its results will be glorious. The chicks of the common kind lose a large people will rise and strike for themnumber of tbem.only the strongest sur- selves, their homes and their posterity. viving inbred. The pure breeds suffer And every man nominated on the su from being pampered by their owners perb platform of the Louisville convenn many Instances, hi Which case thnv tion will be triumphantly elected, and tlo not compare favorably with the com witli them a legislature that will, in co mon lowis; Udt common fowls are of operation with the brave and dauntless little VdlUe compared with the pure Goebel, put into effect the reforms breeds, which have been fonnd to be pledged in that platform Owensboro oicsaeiigor. more profitable in overy respect. a Because Goeliel ran the 1. & N lob crib in byists ont of the Senate chamber as Christ did the from the lemplo; because he worked to put that 3B2.O0O.O0O money-change- rs a.i 1 Speaking about labor, the GovernREPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE ;a-jA SPECIALTY. ment Printing office at Washington is kTCi one of the busiest places In the world. A walk through that hive of industry DM-Ki&Kis well worth taking. There the print i ing and binding for tlie public service of m (.sailing Specialists of America the nation Is done In the highest type of the art. 20 YEARS IN OHIO. Employment is given to twenty-eigh- t 250,000 CUBED. hundred persons. Tlie establishment WE CURE EMISSIONS consumes four thousand dollars worth 2nd Nothitia Ctin bo morn lltmnrftlirlnt. n of white paper every day, and the pay young or middle-neemen than the pres-- 1 al roll amounts to thirteen thonsand dol I ence ot the;e "nightly lortet." TheyfA timdnii WMlfnn.. 'Kl lare every working day in the year. of dugUKtandanhole train of ryinptotnr. hjk JTnay unfit a man for butlne;, married Mnny women are employed in the life and social happine.. Uo matter I o building, especially tho binding de whether caused by evil habits in youth. Eat naturnl weakness or sexual execsse. our D partment, white and colored women lien- Method Treatment Trill lotitiveiy H cure you. workmg side by side. Were it not for frj tlie labor saving machlery employed, it NO CURE NO PAY would require ten thousand hands to do Lt Reader, rnu nfml firln V.riv later exceei may have weakened you. n the work turned out overv day. There x.xporure may navo diseased you. You are machines for backing books which are not safe UU cured. Our New .Method will euro you. You run no risk. 3 look as if they had brains. SSexev The popular idea that Uncle Sam is CURED lax in his treatment of his servants and &' land hfiinr.in! t,r.Ani tl.M.'...! indifferent as to the cost of hia product, citable. 101 becomo forgetful, morose, and despondent; blotches and pimples, is a mistaken one. The man who works sunken eyes, wrinkled face, ttooping in the departments at Washington gives and downca?t countenance rereal tho blight ef your existence. Uncle Sam his money's worth, and in WE CURE VARICOCELE IA the various workshop; nothing is lost. yonr caso In the big bindery there is a little ma vj 'No matter bow rcrious huTB bvi may Pj ?fWb".?.l'!!:? you m'y chine, operatetl by a woman, which ilKTIlOil TKEAT.MLNT it.ourr. willM return tol'i dusis the superfluous leaf from the .'Jrurp it. Tho "wormy veins" lii.ni.a (l.Lllt fa their normal eanilittnn ,m1 raxuai orssna rcceiTo proier nouruh-backs of books, even after it has once menu Tho urgnni. becomo vitalized, all I gone through the first process of re unnatural drains or cea;e and! laaiilr iwcrs riitnm losi fomnMwl V. moving it. The leaf comes off in the hut tl permanent euro assured, tiniest particles, almost too flue to be nri U"AR1. NO DETKXUION rilOM UUSINESS. seen without the aid of a magnifying glass. Ordinarily one would think that CURES GUARANTEED' this was too insignificant athing to en.We treat rnd cure SYPHILIS. I (LLET, EitlStSlON'd. rMPOXKNCY.I gage tlie attention of 60 ricli a fellow KriMr rrid" v., iiinnopiv NAL LOSSES. 11LAI1DER AND as Uncle Sam, but this little machine saves five thousand dollars a year, all MODEIt ATE. J f unable to call, write the same. Exchange. d Work Guaranteed. JE"WELEE L. E. LANE, cfc QPTTHT A 1T Ky. Street, Richmond, ft 250,000 before have such sroods been displayed in Richmond as can be found at my place kJ of business. fl lt ."1 - mm yzssswl ma nrVA-iiV."1- 1 for HOME I I Kennedys Kergan &3 122 W. FOURTH ST., CiWCIHHATI. O. DRS. 1 ."..j 1 ..I ave CarvedThem, Cut The Price In Two. Our Reduction Shoo Sale has just opened. We are onering unmatched bargains In Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Xever before were Shoes sold at such prices, and Bedroom 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. VI w Ism 1 ' ko3 The Best of Shoes To be had. il . I fBlTTpillSJj We are making roomforotir minimise slock of Boots nnd Shoes fur Fall and Winter. Think of These: $4 00 Men's Shoos going at J uu iSlell bhois going at 3 00 Ladies' Shoes going at 2 CO S3 00 2 50 Our Goods AIND Ladies' Shoes going at -1 La- - 00 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 that price. You can get a machine like the above cut, with which we will give guarantee, for A large assortment of Our prices No Right Jo Ugliness. dies' Oxfords, just the kind every Lady wants. At prices that will suit tho poorest pocket-booCome early and get your pick. k. These machines will be sold for cash or monthly payments. Anything to please our customers. ... d Pti-- ALIVE 7o "We dil 12-- vb "DarAs )Ff. JftED SMITH. DENTIST. UlliUsl. Tic one-fift- h yO(Hce, over Collins' Orocery. same office lately occupied liy Dr. W. W. IlurRln. Janl2-ly Br. Louis H. Landman No. will beat the J West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio, Hotel Zimraer. Kichmond, Ky.,on are now offeringyou 20 per cent, or off on everything in our very large stock of Wall Paper, from 5c per bolt on up in price. ailing Leaves FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1899, y. returning every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of RichfeblS-lmond, Ky. Mid Summer dive 99 Uii m rani! anoRT LINE TO Prices On everything in our New Orleans- Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO Pullman Toiirl tt fileenlnv flar leaves Tennis. ville every Thursday night and runs through 10 line. Get prices from all the cities then get ours aud you will see ours will be the lowest. Wo warning of Winter you confidently expect leaves again. And why? Because there is life at the roots. So you need not worry about the falling of your hair, the threatened departure of youth and beauty. And why? uecause if there is a spars of life remaining in the roots ! the hair So the falling of the hsir tells of the approach of age and declining power. No matter how bin-ethe tree nor how leafless it may seem, handle nolliinp bnt the test grades. we make lo order all kinds of of FniiitH in nny color. We inako to order all kinds of Window Shades. We make to order nil kiuds .of Picture KrameK, Wall Paper, Paints Oils, Varniitli, Urtishes, GlaRg, etc Stock tlio lantest and prices always the lowest. fc AND CALIFORNIA. nan Francisco. Ask vour ticket aeent for narticuMrs or write loR II. Fowler. Traveling Passenger Agent, Iyiulsville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. i A. II. HANSON. P. A.. Chlcstro. WM. A. KELLOND, A. Q. P. A. Lonlsrille. II. 209 AYERS STREET. ff. 1113 RICHMOND. KT. k:v: ui Ohio Egfay, 55 am 7 30 am 8 00 pra 4 50 pm B Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accoru HAIR ' VIGOR will arouse it into healthy activity. The hair ceases to comti out: it begins to grow: and fh glory of your youth is restored to you. Ve have a book on the Hair and Its Diseases. It is free. If yrm do not obtain all tho benefit I yon exprcted from the aw of tb VIkoi, irrllo tlie doctor about It. Probabtr there l some d'.rynnr vrim yuar ;ic- c.mi fijiicRi voicn may w fan itt it AAArttvk. am. if, v, jck. Lowea, Dr. Goldstein, $ The Optic Specialist, TO ItlOHMOIfD $ Tliursiay, StpteMtaor FOR TWO DAYS ONIyV. Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom.. New York Limited Y. F. V EAST BOUND. 9 IS am icxingtou and Morehead Accom. 11 58 am Now York Limited jf. r. vv Lexington and MUHterllng Accom .... A 30 pm g 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily excent Sun day. Other trains run dally. Thmnirh alienlneBiiu dlnlnir car serrlca In Kew York. For Iniormution. rates orsleenerreertratlnns call on or write li. HOOD. Agent L.&X.By KIchiuoiid, Ky. fit OECROB W. BARNEY, u A4u. x v. ty., Lexington, Ky. . at "Dr'Wilt'K T.lltln TCnrlf RI.om .11,1 nrm, "you wish mo to be yonr rain- me mnm mini! tlmn nil lil.lwl ,i,d.ili.o. dear." Two souls with but a sinele and nthpr nilU." wrltMS ilun It timbrel!, two forms that stepped as one. of Thompson, Conn. Prompt, pleas ant, never-gripthey euro constipa- THROUGH VIRGINIA AND tion, nrouse the torpid liver to action WASHINGTON CITY TO THE G. A. R. and L'ivi! Ton nlvmi hlruwl. stu.ili nerves, a clear brain and a healthy ap- ENCAMPMENT AT PHILADELPHIA. cs Thomas. peme. The unwarranted attacks of the The best train service: tho smonthpsi Louisville Dispatch upon Goebel in roadwsiyjthe most picturesque scen making him rotes every day. No Demo- ery and the greatest amount of histori crat has faith anv lonirer in the Disnatfli cal interest Irom the West to Philadelsince it has deserted its party and is phia, is offered by the Chesapeake and throwing bouquets daily at the Repub- OhloRy. 'The Rhine, the Alps and lino of America" The lican nominees. It has never vet made the Battle-Fiel- d Bull Kun and Ap a charge against the head of tlie Demo only rail cratic ticket Jn Kentucky which it pomattox, the beginnlni' and the end has been able to Drove. And ns It lnw of the Civil War. The route crosses the AHecrhanv and said all the mean things possible of Blue Ridge Mountains through their Uoebel, they aro now reacting in his most picturesque regions, and croraes favor. Jessamine Journal. Shenandoah Valley where Sheridan Knilnt riia gained-bifame. - . digests food without aid from the stomWrite at ouce for rates and encase ach, and at the khmiu tima ImnU mil m. Blore the diseased digestive organs. your sleeping car ppace. All tickets xt w mo ouiy mnedy mat does Doth oi permit stop over prlvelege at Washingthese things and can be relied upon to ton, and certain tickets sold to Phila permanently cure dyhhepsla. J'erry & delphia and return, not only nnnnlt iiiuiiiaB, i stop ovsr at Baltimore, Washington, People in the county who are an Covington, va,, (for Hot Springs) and noyed by flies should remember that celebrated Greenbrier White Sulnbur clusters of the fragrant clover, which Springs, but one additional stop-ove- r grows abundantly by nearly every may be selected by the purchaser of roadside, if hung in the room and loft tho ticket. to dry and shed its faint fratrrant ner- Excursion tickets will be bn sale fnme through the air, will drive away September 1, 2, 3 and 4, and by extoit- moro flies than 8tick r MBcen of ill . ... limit will hn oYvnri nntli UDJIWU, ..... .....II 3n,..n. lasses ami other fly traps and fly jiapers ber 30th. returning. For further iu- can ever collect. xsew xorfe TribHne. formation address 0. B. Ryan, A. G. P. A-- , Cincinnati, Ohio, "Our hnhr wna ninlr fni a niml!i .:!. ICVHrK eantrh run! pntnrrhnl lmor At. though we . tried mauyI remedies. she 0uararitlM! Withdrawn t OM Paint Comfort . . I kciji ..3 worse until we iteed uno Tho quarantine existing at Norfolk .1 r .t JHlnute Cough Cure it relieved touco TI.. n- - or ,nfo,"l,ulI0 0,1 andcurtdher in a few days" B JL i " l i ' r rtuiriitrv naat. iiiiifi.ii.. r. limn it mi Nance, Prin. High School. Bluffdale. I vHiinw this is to notify all concerned that tho lexas. Perry & Thomas. Chesapeake and Ohio railway has re- A hot poker irarae was played la ono Untried sale of tickete to Old Point Com f of our saloons last night between fort and all points affected bv th Chinaman, a cowboy nnd one of on nnotutif ino 'Plin )i!.itinnfl.l.. leading doctors. Thq Chinaman held slono to Old Point Comfort on the sec four aces, the cowlwy helda gun, aud ond and fourth Tuesdays will also be the doctor held au iuqiiefct 041 pliipar resumed, commoi.cing with the second man. Ballard (Wash.) Union. luesdtiy in beptembor. Round trip Quickly euro couetinationarid rabnild tickets.wlll bo $15, limjtefl tp 21 days. For full information write and invigorate the entire sytiteiii never srrltui or tijinwiutu t)uU'lri I ;i G W. PASNEY, tl EmTy kfrs. Perry k Tltewas. ' ' j)iv, Tm- - Anwti ijMw?oh. acy. BATTLE-FIELDS road-passis ge-.uiig a "1 --"-- The ladies cannot be decehed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims. All A short timo ago, durinir a senile we have to saj is, we buy sprinkle, a young sprig with an um- in the best markets of overtook an unprotected lady the world, select the laacquaintance, and, extending his utn brella over her. reaucsted the nlensnra test goods, and when you of acting as her rainbeau. -- Oh!" exbuy you know you have claimed the yodng lady, taking his run-dow- The woman who is lovely in face. form and temper will always have friends, br.t one who would be attrac tive must keep her health If she Is weak, sickly and all run down, sho will be norvons and irritable. If she has or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion, hiectric Bitters is th best medicine in the world to regulate stomach, liver nnd kidneys nnd to puri ty the blood. It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will mnke a good-loo- k ing, charming woman of a n invalid. Only 60 cents at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. 2 Compel you to trade with us Rich Goods when you give us a trial. Poor Prices. RICHMOND, KY. i at Come, S, vw audi We,. MOBERLFY ! h gates, Freeman Bros., aug2-I- y NEVILLE 220-22- 2 sYRUP PEPSI 'cures constipation. SEND ONE DOLLAR. THIS CUT OUT DR. CALDWELL'S W. Main Street, RICHMOND. KY. DAY PHONE S3. NiGHT PHONE 23. the latest, up-to-da- te goods. Is that what you want? If so, trade with White AND Gibson, Nik: sa4 sad ta as. state your aHtbt, wt If at, number inched around bodj at arts., taken orer rest, under coat, close up under arms, number Inches around bodj at walit and hips and l.nstb ot leif inside pants team from ngii la crstea u bmI, state whether you wish t k ar trtk coat and color wanted, a nd we will send too br fitwiuL c o. d.. StlUlXT TO JCXlSlSiriO, aullraiad scltte jsttPtTtetaitsjiara. You can examine and try It on at your express offlce, and It 70a find It the best made, most tyllh salt tou erer bad.eanal to an rthlmr tout tailor wonld make too tor fzi.OO and tho mot t wonderful ralue too erer beard or. ?j iMtiTim arvai uiiuiuvis 1 PBICC or 1.10 aaJ srM tkarrn lets the 11.00 sent with order. AT SI 5 (M "ecataae atsst tkrsosaltt ts sKs talltfrct92ft.0U for. They axe all fine rattsat UUr but making: orer 1000 sails stly tneasare errors creep In and some misfit ultsaocnmu late, and to keep oar stock clean we shall close tbem oat at OIE UAir PBICI and less than cost ot cloth alone, a atf Uts te as. These suits wero made to measure at $15.00 to $18.00 from fine Forelirn and Domestic all wool rasslmeres, worsteds, meltons and cheTlct cloths. In light, medium and dark shades, also plain effects, made In rery latent sty le,wlth fine Unlnirsand trimmings, coats satin plpedl fancy arm shlelds.sllk and linen sewl3flr.bMt aft? rrjibbj. Wa will select the exact kind and otylo of suit you want,rcvtasarH It tsTartartsraraDd, when you get It, it you do not say it Is to erery purpose exactly the same as If originally made to yonr measure by us at 1 11.00 ts 116.00. or by your own tailor at CS5.00 Order toesT. to 133.00, rtrtara H at mar cxpBf iHtij Write for free Cloth Samples ot men's tailoring. If Iintin anil flri.nn lli.Mtnr r.i. t. Slrine Music Dlrfttor. Grsd Rojr. Col. of Mimic. Munich. Superb a.lTnntas's In Art and In Klivutiun Gronnila (Xt acrm) ninurr-ct- t in America fur lxnlj Its etnitenta hrc rcprMrnted morn than .V St im Ucflnnl home Number liroltcJ. Tcriui matouatlo Til SMITH, A. M., Pres. ( Aluminas uf Uulr ot Va ) BEAUMONT StroneMt Southern Olrls" School Cnrrirnlnm, perhaps; In rmntinld, tlio txtrttt m.y rhr hm. Six lattKiiaees. wittiontxtraclsr?i. n.. jlyl2 - Sw A Treatment That Cures No Cancer, Plaster, No Paste, No Cutting, No Suffering, No Detention From Business, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay Unless Cured. W VM' W Tlio Surceon's knife nml burning plasters ami the horrible crude liintlinils heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer lias been forever displaced by tlio advent of Dr. Keuister's Sew fc'ernui and Antcsentic iluid treatment. Thin A4drtM. secrot Roebuck & Co., Chicago discovery works a new era in medical science and millerem Irom Cnncor, l.tiiur, (Scars, Beebatk m va are usreasai rcuasie,sauAn l Ulcers, lu more, ooitroann JMatuia can certainly be cured without the humble torture attending tlie quack and ignorant methods in vogue for a century. Over lifty well dofined cases without a failure is the evidence, to prove tlie merit of y m u litis important medical diocoverv. This new treatment is the result of ilnn- otigli scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on the most rigid scientific principles. rat s Keep Cool, Don't U hki FEMALE DISEASES. 5 NM We have just received a number of Ref riff- eratxjrs, Ice Boxes, Water Coolers, White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, 'f' xia: Dr. Resrister holds cold medals from leadintr medical colleges for rmifii:Iincv in diseases of women, and for the past ten yours has confined his practico to female sutTeccrs His discoveries of recent date for the euro of malignant dlseitos is due to the ureat increase of cancer of tlie womb and leinalo breast. A well equipped sanitarium is emploved by him at 100 Court street, where his entire time w tievoteu to leniaie suiierors ami malignant diseases. Iisuliering front any disease peculiar to women or any manner of malignant growth or wire, write-full and concise statement of your case and get au honest expert (.pinion a free. Cures can be made at home. Address. l)v. 106 Boaxv& "Rostov, Court Street, Memphis, Tenn. im All kinds of Fish-inTackle; Hooks to p; catch W everything us send a4 QUE DOLLAR iithUae mi si.Co, MSalsailsa. You can examine. It at yonr nearest freight uvpot, ami If you find K exactly as reprseatc4 ftqualto on;M that retail ax T&. O tafltfv.OO, ihesTreatcstralaeyoaeTcraawerul far better t&an organs adverileed by others at more money, pay M from a Sun Perch to a Channel Mud Cat. Did we ever say nny- thing to you about the tho freight ajenl less the 11.00, or mmr eaef-U- tp 10 7 Well, we will see you later. Call and see us. 3 tharf mmT was aev cr tnada brrt, t.rt. THE ACMS QUCN leoneottheaMiDt,aiiAaDSWITTiaT rui k.u ii.rwU mr suO. From the illustration shown, which Is enraTed direct from anbotofrraphron can form some Idra ot Ite oeaciinu appearance. mMz irom Miin qaamer sawed on Ic, antique oth, handsomely dree rated nndonuunented, HS ACSB4CCXXlsfeet51ncheehl7hv latent lHVetTle. it inches lonjf, S3 Inches wide and weighs 130 pounds. Con. iouowi; vigu. mmpit, Hiut(inrei, ii stops, a OssMaa, Bus Caspler, TrU Daklisa. H4wU, Cayt?r, DUfiHQ frt aae Ta Maaiti( t ( Caapltns 1 T.ms 1 VraiU Sraaa tWII. 4 flfU Ortatstral rm4 Kraoastsry rip mmmj Ha, 1 Stt ml tl rare 3wrH BMJla 1MT 14S tMmtit CaanalKl? swUStaalCeJesle C4s, PI Z4RWkSUrKaMlhSf7'Maaar44, 1 8t f ti (; Bn Sls4lou Frlatlital 1 j I K ACME tti;2K ac UUtKiccnststottheceleUttc which arc only aed In the high it hutramentsi ntted with mm iMpiwi sa k feuioaaa, mtso vc io:iro rciw, leathers, etr bellows of the best rubber cKth, bellows stuck and finest leather in vaUeti. TMK ACMK Hl'KKN is furnlbed with a 10x11 IsOTelcd 4f Hb mm 11 Tiiin Cl. a. Alia o nrm and freight charpefi. rfajs Ktr rice, $3l75 ii an eivoi nninr Le then zz price ik-t- . lla-a- plate fcYonch mirror, nickel plato! zwdal frames. and erery modern tmproTement. W rarafcJ. tn a kud-mmr fttl mi Ik hmU crtrwa ba4actUa Unk ftMUAui. CUARAMTEED 15 YE AM. Mkv 1 tif Main1 Strijet, Richmond, Ky f IS f trcaranteu, by tbe imii. n xrHten Mndins term, tad eoiwmioos ot watch 1C any part ;lvc oat BtrpaunireeiHriMie. itt is oi. monm ana wa will refund yoar money It joa aro not perfectly aatUciNa. fca or ttteaa onntn wtltl sold al 31. )&. OltllKli AT WNUB. 1H1NT MtLAV. PUB REmSlLlTY IS ESTABUSHEO ,yp natnea'.t wlth.ua atJc your nviirlitMr alHint as.writc (hs tkabllfftier of this okMrar M.lmmi:un n.hu. r , Biul.-- or Corn Eichuig. hat, UMik, OiUxn-o- , or Oerman Exchange thuitc. Nc Turk. rnn eorapMy lnOnciM. 1m e,lti ioo,ootM)0. wrtipy snUri' one ,.f Ivv m cur own kralStftna-- . Ckket,Ma employ rlr niiw, saitcntuWiT.aiv . wwt-n- n i.' t la maaicai lDJtroaieDM at lowHtwbiilMal.pnoM 4o rjilB: MtAmar. Awdnno, Mtlw lortrw M1 swwcwl lmtrnim. (daara, ahaak Jt U. ara lUrMkrt eoUW .... J SCARS, aOKBUOK CO. (Ik.), F.ltofl, BaVlns a.t W..rt sti.. crilOACO ILi. 3rer ft ,! a 'lr.i 1 now convalescent. Ho will aa soon which aQCOmpamesalLhjs movements, Mr. Jesse Doty, of Garrard county, ,T"? I I Zl ';A Little Spark-Ma,g Sharks the different; hytlircs amlex-- J as ho is able, leave for North' Carolina, lias announced for the Democrat io fnwlliTij in' Kiliil)l(V in nrBBfB.hi nomination for Legislature. He is reMr. E. Conroy, ol Irvine-- , was hero to spend tho winter, accompanied by is thus mane' macnr.w orm 'ipj songs. He"music. initiated into the' I havo thirty acres of standing corn for sale. tis brother William, "Goose," wli lated to the Doty family in this county. Monday. (MIUJXT' I " ProPric'" "d Editors. ! beauties' of A. . same on farm For further Purchaser lSOS in that spent tho fall and winter of C. E. WOODS. Associate Editor. lie unconsciously nilds.jjsubtracls particulars can feed or address, The Mile "sparks' Of Bfiq aooa turning call on Miss Lizzie Turfcy l visiting a The Campton Uncle, a bright, newsy State, trying to improve his health- .- in the systerft should be quenched vviih and multipliesjwith h'lsjblocks, divides, GEO. DEATHEItAGE, Bonrbon county. and cShstructs wholes'lhado up of ang23-3i- v Ijanca8ter Rrcord. "WEDNESDAY, AUGUSTT 30, - - 1899. paper edited by V. Preston Norris, Red House, Ky. Hood's SarsaparSLi, America's great blood halves, thiids and fourths. Thus he is Miss Mattio Richards, of Ford, is lias made Its appeannce. If Mr. NorMrs. D. M. Lackey received a tole- - purifier. It purifies, vitalizes and enriches on the road to mathematical education. ris continues to make his paper as at- visiting the Misses Lackey. I'UISLISHKD EVERY WJCllKESIiAY BT gram Sunday night announcing the the blood of ooth sexes and aE ages. Cures He constructs objects of tin. wood, tractive as the first issue, success will leather and hemp, or models in clav, Dr. Chas. Smoot is baet from a visit death of her half-siste- r, Mrs. Kate scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh. and is started in manual training. lie Co. crown Ills efforts. Tho to his mother in Masoa county. tioodloo DeValcourt, of. spinal men marches as a soldier, runs or gallops as. Mrs. J, II. Benton, ol "Winchester, is togetis. She and niece, Miss Knthrhie a horse, flies as a bird or butterlly, Hon Robert Hill, of Beattyvillc, works as a carpenter or blacksmith, DeV. Craig, had been at White Sulphur Pit I CIS PISIt YJ5AK, $1.50. has announced as a candidate for State. tho guest of Mrs. Cnrran Smith. and physical culttiro is begun. As agent and attorney in fact for the heirs Hon. Jorry H. Sullivan is at homo Springs, at which place she died, since Senator, subject to tlio action of the ReHe'll led to"6ee tho beautiful rare at law of Terry O. Perkins, dte'd., I will, on July 1st. Her remains wero taken to com- after a delightful visit io tho East publican party. Tho district is DEMOCRATIC TICKET. and providence back-of- - nature, and his faith is led to the unseen creator maniposed of the counties of Powell, Lee, Mr. li. W. Sturdevant left Monday hor home by her two surviving sons, September IS, fested in creation. Thisjs the. first stop Barbecue at Nicholasvillc. Estill and Madison. for a business trip to Uostington, W. Bruns and A. Goodloo DeValcourt, FOK GOVEHNOR. in roligionv '".'Selected. t for burial. Lancaster Record. Nicholasyille is to have;a good ,old- Va. HON. WLLLIAM GOEIJEL, beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., sell on the premPassing ot Agricultural Farms. Hox. James B. McCreary, of this OF KKNTO.V COUNTY. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Chonault received fashloned Democratic barbecue. The; . ises at public auction, to the highest bidder, royntz,ofWW Sterling. MissEstello following tracts of land belonging to said city, and Hon. Q. G. Gilbert, Congressman- is has been definitely 5 Thot6ubjoined artlcle;frpm the Chica- the decedent: tlio guest ol her nunt, Mru. T. H the following handsomely engraved Democrat says . go Daily News, which'was sent to the FOll IiIKUTKNANT ClOVEltNOlt, of Shelby ville, have accepted -elect 1st. The tract on the waters of Stony Branch decidcutHhat- - Jeastamine county is to invitation: acres, beof Tates Creek, containing 89 J. C. W. ItECKAM, Climax invitations to bo present with Senator Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard Voorhies Detnpcr'atic- progressiveby one of Madison's most ing part of the;farm where said Perkins formhave a good OF SKISOS COUNTY. farmers, should receive tho erly resided to lands of Mrs. Mrs. Harry Scrivener and little son request the honor of your presence Goebel and Blackburn at barbecue. Nothing definite has been attention of those interested in success- Perkins, dower, and of Ed Baldwin, Mrs. at the marriage of their daughter Young and Danville Pair Friday, where the last of Winchester, are visiting relatives settled besides this, but it is more than ful fairs. The facts in this article con-n- J. II. Jones, Beckey Kelly and now occupied by rou attoiikV.y cikxkral, Lily Duncan, here. named are booked to speak. be disputed: probable that Mr. Bryan, of Nebraska, 2d. The tract on Tanner's branch being the It. J. ItKKCKlKIUDGE, to "Notices-o- f Terry G. Perkins, an elaborate OF J10YLK CUNTY. Miss Mattio Moss, of Virginia Mr. Arthur Joy Draper, Mr. ,BaiIy, of Texas, and a number of the coming agricultural fair display' at Southennost portion of the dee'd., containing of Illinois lands of Elbridge 92 acres, adjacent to and Old rhil Thompson, old Matt Ad- w'as tho guest last week of. Mrs. Joe Harvey, I Perkins on Wednesday, September the seventh, other good speakers of national renown would lead one to conclude that it others and having outlets to the county road, eighteen hundred and ninety-ninams, old Tom Turner, old Judge Beck-no- r Bales. FOll AUDITOR, will be present. This barbecue' will would bo better to cease all pretence but excluding from this boundary S acres of GUS COUI.TEU, High Noon, and other old '"has boens" jnake up the widow as Miss Lena Frazler, of Lawroncebnig, not boa purely local affair but will be that the exhibition has any valid rela- woodland allotted to reducing the part oftoher be OF O It AYES COUNTY. tract Cathedral, Christ Church tion to agriculture, but is a sort ef car dower and thereby with reservation of road a sweet lot to purify politics. Everyone is tho guest of her bister, Mrs. Cal sold to 81 acres and for the whole Eighth district. Lexington, Kentucky. nival, such as is held at Martli Gras in for the widow to her timbered land. of them is dead politically, but they Snider. 3d. The tract on the waters of Kentucky FOR jTIVEASURKK, Mr. C. S. Maharg.of Torronta, Canada, some of the southern cities Two Madison Horses Show. of the county road opwant to tread the stage again before S. W.HAGEU. "For a good many years the decadence river on the south sideTerry G. Ferkins.dec'd , .Miss Emma Norris, of Cincinnati, is with his cousin, J. A. Graham, general posite the dwelling of being buried forever. Stanford Jour OF l!OYI COUNTY. In the 2:25 trot at Des Moines, Iowa, oi displays or tlio products of farm and contains 59 acres; bounded on the north with Mrs. Fannie Norris on North iiuperinteudent of the Fawko-Mega- n dower, on two Madison couutyEtallions were well ueia lias been going ou until only bv the widow'son the eat the west by Woodson nal. and south by Terry Masters' land, Lumber Company, of Irvine, were in street. SKOKMSAKT OF STATE, FR15 KUHCfelXllIDE represented by Carrie Shields, sired by euougn remains ol it to give the direc G. Parkins, Jr., and this land, with good g Richmond Saturday. The name HILL, CALK tion of these annual shows into the orchard on same, now occupied by Eliza Perit ON. JAMES IS. --MCUItEABY IlladO a Mi6S Bessie Elkin, of Louisville, is Legal Test, and Billy AbsLire, sired by hands of a OF OIjATv county. .State Board of agriculture. kins. lands are fertile, well watered, convenbeing now to us we apologised for rousing Democratic speech here Mon visiting her grandmother, Mrs. M. J, These near to churches, not beii g able to recall same, where iiaxim;i, eacti winning a neat in re which is composed of men "of some local ient railroad. They have on schools and comday. Ho showed up the Republican Arnold. them good, markably fait time. Tho former in importance other than aa fanners. the FOll COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE upon Mr. Garham said : "It is my name fortable dwellings, outhouses, and are in all "Ono of the first and most serious in- respects desirable for homes. mismanagement of State alfairs in 2: lOt and the latter taking the first Mrs. Mat S. Cohoti'returned Friday I.N. N ALL, of price payable January OF JKUFKKSON COUNTY. their true light, and urged Democrats from Crab Orchard much improved in if you will spell it backwards." We heat in- - 2:18J. Legal Test is owned by novations on tho prerogatives of tho TERMS agricultural iair proper was the horse- - 1, 19(0, when possession will be given and doubt not but that it is the only in Mr. B. H. Nealc, not to be led off by any side issnes to health. in 12 months from the he being- - sired by the racilig features, which absorbed much deeds made; utanco in the State where the letters in d in 18 months from day of sale and FOll SUP'T. OF l'UULIC IN8TUCTION, aid the Republicans in again securing Mrs. B. It. Middelton is in Shelby the names of two first cousins, with dif great Electioneer, the sire of many of tho funds that should have been de- the day of sale. Notes with good security li. V. MoCHESNEV, on required control of the State administration. He ville visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. rccoru noiuors. jinxiiait is voted to premiums for excellence of payments ot buyers with interest and deferred OF L1VINGTON COUNTY. lien refrom January 1, 1900, ferent uames.wilt'spcll the names of the owned bv Mrs. Wm. Gurmley, of the spoke for an hour and n half to a large D. N. Sharp. this rural work and products the fast farm, served. to the lands indisputable. It was not long before horso other without misplacing a letter. Title audienco who were heartily in sympa3l). DIST. FOB RAILKOAl) COMMISSIONER, city, and holds a pedigreo of indisputa and the faster man became tho leading Mrs. A. J- Arnold is entertaining Mrs Mrs. John M. Price and daughter, ble character. COL A- - W. HAMILTON. thy with him. Nicholasville Demo attractions of tho Statu fair, nnd, of WM. L. CRDTCHER, John Arnold and Miss Jennie Arnold Miss Lila, of Atchison, Kansas, who OF SIT. STERLING. course, the purpose of the exhibition crat. Atfy. in fact for Perkins' Heirs. Pitched Battle at McKec. ' of Lancaster. sutiorea m consequence. The nmioritv have been visiting in Irvine for several Burnam & Moberlcy, Att'js. FOll RKIUIF.SKNXATIVE, Thos. Ferrill, Auct. J. T. Hays, a young lawyer, late of Mrs. W. R. Letcher, of Cincinnati, is weeks stopped over in Richmond on The following telegram from London of the attendants wero horsemen and aug23-lthe typical farmer stayed at homo and HON. W. W. COMHS, Barbourvillc, spoke and created a sen with her mother, Mrs. Anne Walters, their return home and were guests of was published m Monday's Lexington kept his produce with him. The MADISON COUNTY. State sation by asserting that just before on the Campus. iclatives and friends. Mrs. Price, Leader: exhibits set the naco for thn John Young Brown's term expired he Mrs. Bettie A. Robertson, of Logan a who formerly lived in Madison, "News recpived here confirms tho re shows and these became in time the re ANNOUNCEMENT pardoned a Bell countv man named is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart is widely connected here, being related port of a pitched battle Saturday even sorts of local jockeys and the riffraff Thoroughbred Southdown Bucks. I have for FOll OOOMTf JUDGE. mat ioiiows them. The bigpunklnaiid llrailord, serving a sentence for homl Jones this week. to the Dejarnotts, Mrs.Elihu Dilling ing between Jas. Hayes and his three elephantine squash attracted a few men sale a small number of early Buck Lambs, of Wo are authorized to announce JUDGE cide. On being released Braflbrd wen sons on one side, and State Senator ami ino uenquiic oi a million pieces the celebrated Cassius M. Clay stock of JOHN O. CIIBNAULT a candidate for County Mrs. T. W. Davis and eons, of Camp ham, W. W. Watts. Mr. Price, who JudKD, subject to tuc action of the Democratic to Brown and It. J. CLAY. after thanking him for bellsville, are visitinx Mrs. S. Parrish died recently, was one of the wealthiest William H. Clark and Sherman Led still charmed tho elderlv ladieH. hut aug23-2puriy. pardoning him, asked if he could do and most influential men in Kansas ford on tho other, on the streets of Mc- - the chief attraction was the race course on Second street. ami its environs. FOR COUNTT CLEEK. anything to repay him in a measure. City. He was a native of Irvine, Ky., Kee, Jackson countv. Clark's condition "1 he farmers of Illinois aro invited Miss Emma Golden has returned where ho Wo are authorized to announce ARCH "Yes," said Gov. Brown, "go home has numerous relatives. He is critical, and young Haj'es will die. this year to Springfield to see a 'veiled- KAVANAUQII DOTY lor Countv Clerk, sucject from a pleasant visit to Madam Jlamil to the action ol Iho Democratic t'arty. and vote for Col. W. 0. Bradley." was closely related to the Prices and There has been bitter feeling of long prophet pageant' that is under the di C. M. authorized to Daniels, of that place, and also has rela standing between the two families, rection of a man whose qualifications Se are candidate for announceClerk, subject Drailord had been a Democrat before ton at Augusta, Ky. a Cuntjr managing Mrs. M. T. Evans left last week for tives here, among thorn being Messrs. which live mostly in Jackson county," for tvonty-on- e a State fair show is that lO lueaciion Ul He ueiuucruuu rany. going to the penitentiary and gave this ror years lie has conducted ye nr authorized to announce D- R. TEVIS as an extended visit to friends and rela A. D. and C. D. Miller of this office. the reason for his vote. This con annual street pagi'ants in St. Louis and a candidate for County Clerk -- subject to the New Confidence Game. presumably lie will introduce the llrmation of Brown's perfidy set the tives in Kansas City. action ol the Democratic pnerty. Miss Mary Sullivan, after a visit of A new confidence game is being paraphernalia that havo reached their Wo are authorized to announce M. M crowd wild and It yelled Itself hoarse. Mrs. McGinn, of Veisailles, is with several days to relative in this city, re a candidate for County Clerk, sub MILLER worked on country peoplo by threo majority at tho other end of tho bridge. ject to the action at the Democratic party. her daughters, Mrs. John R. Pates and turned to her home in Richmond Sat swindlers', says tho Winche6tor Demo- There.will bo 'a ntioon of the carnival ' HOW REPUBLICANS GATHER TAXES. Mrs. Grant E. Lilly. urday Mrs. John G. Davis and crat. A stranger comes to a farm house .1 person ovory farmer is anxious to see. FOR SHKRIFF. Wo are authorized to announce JOHN F. charming daughter, (laughter, of Havana, Cuba, have gone and asks for lodging, and along about as irom tier lie can learn much aboui tho culttiro of tho care of orchards and Referring to Mr. Taylor's claim that Mrs. Lamars and WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic the Republicans had made large eollec Miss Eva, will leave toon for an extend. to Richmond to visit hor mother, Mrs, midnight a man and woman como to stocK. What a travesty upon an agri parly. Brouston, after spending a week here tho same house hunting a preacher to cultural iair mis oxiiiuition promises. ed visit in Pennsylvania. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. tions of franchise taxes, Senator Goebel IIALLAED, of White Station, a candidate for in his speech Misses Nora and Bessie Buckwater, with hor sister, Mrs. Will D. Oldham marry them. The first stranger hap how important will bo its inlluonce on at Elizabetlilown showed Hie ciner industry of tho Stato, and the action of the Democratic Sheriff, subject-tMiss Mary Stough entertained last pens to be a party. minister, of course, and how much bjiieut it is certain to bring that franchise taxation was established of Winchester, were the guest Monday evening In honor of her attractive performs tho ceremony, and tho far io uio iaruiors I of Miss Curraleen Smith. We am aethSrized to announce MARTIN EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY it may mako it possl GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison by the new Constitution adopted by a county, Mibjeet to the action of the Democratic Democratic constitutional Mrs. Ward Stevenson, of Ford, was guest, Miss Elizabeth II. Feeny, of mer and his wife aro asked to sign the bio to dispense with the atrricultural The man is who has a good, sound, re assembly ; Richmond. Tho house was elaborate certificate, which aftorwards turns up oxperiineiit station supported by the name carriage nncter litm. lie can party. . acjite." ... Wsare authorized to announce P. B. BROAD that the statute under which the taxes the guest Friday and Saturday of her ly decorated and ices and cakes were rest secure in the thoucht that when a promissary note for a com foi table DUS a candidate for Kberlif fit Madison county, are collected was passed by a Demo aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith. he has one of our well made, reliublo served during the ovening on prettily sum. subject to tue action oi me Democratic party 'ino swindle is an ingenious pluetons, carriages, runabouts, whalecratic Legislature; that he himself Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Woods and adorned tables in rnriON CITY the dinning room scheme, and farnlers would do well to bone speeders, or road carts, that como happen to havo written the law, and little daughter. Mamie Millar, are en FOR ASSESSOR. Tho young hostess was assisted by Miss keep it in mind. what may on the rnatl, his wagon never Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD- that the necessary litigation to enforce joying a pleasant otitingat Boonesboro. The protracted , meeting at the Ban- - wm Rive way. Wo havo one of the Jolmnio B. Richardson and both wero , HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison It was pushed through by Jack . i .i Hend oounty subject to tke action of the DemoMisses Margaret and Florrie Chenault much a'dmired for their beauty and Stone Tobacco Warehouse Will Begin Bus) iiai cimruit cioseu ounuav input wit h finest stocks of road wa irons, rockacratic party. rick, a Democratic Attorney General. ways and rubbertired Iiul'L'Ich in Rich sixteen auditionsness September 1. arc at home after a sojourn of several grace. Lexington Loader. We are authorized to announce JAS. L. JOHN D0NELS0N, Prop'r., Miss Florence Lykins. of Waco, lias mond. "The Republican party had no hand weeks at Rockbridge, Alum Springs, UAKKlt a candidate for Assessor of Madison Articles of incorporation of the Stone returned homo after u pleasant vi&it Kentuckj- - Carriage Works Chancellor Blanton was hero again county subject to the action of the Demo- in any of it," said Senator Goebel. "It Va. cratic arty. this week oyerlooklng preparations at Tobacco Warehouse Company wcte witn lUiss Jjlzzio iiiast. UV are authorized to announce GEORGE is the Democratic, and not tho Republi Misses Lyda Wall and Maymo Do tho college for the opening of the filed in tho County Clerk's ollico in Miss Minnie Tinton. of Snendwnll. NOLAN I) a candidate fur Assessor of Madison can party, which deserves credit for it. vomity, subject to the action of the Democratic Saturday. Vere, of Newport, are here, the guests school on September C Tho. capital has been spending tho pat-- threo weeks G. W. Evans, Louisville of Don't forget, in this connection, that jarty. vuij ineuus aim relatives Here. 20,000. Tho Evening We" are authorized to announce O. W. there has bm a reduction in railroad of Mrs. J. J. Powers, and aunt of the of Richmond, Ky., a son of Dr. Evans, stock isThe incorporators and Post Miss Katie Hacker, of Itichmond.bas DUATIIKRAGK a candidate for Assessor of latter. the ouen who is well known .In Jackson, was says: Muilbou county, Bubject to the action of the valuation of S12,000,000 under this Ad oi musses ismina William II. Esther bultoii for the past week. aud Democratic party. Mr. V. W. Bush, of Winchester, en hero the past week on business AV. amount held by each are: ministration. That's Republican tax We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, In pursuance of an order of the MadiStone, 50 shares; James C. Stone, 50 fJMisses Maggie Parke and Maggie of the (Hade District, a candidate for Assessor, gathering for you. And one-hal- f of the routo to Estill Springstopped in Rich C. Hutchinson, carpenterof Richmond shares; Samuel II. Stone, SO shares; figg, of Ford, aro tho gut-etof thn son County Court, entered at its July Mikjeet to the action of the Democratic party. taxes ou this $12,000,000 would havo niond and was the guest of Mr. R. E. Ky., was here tho past week engaged term, 1899. the undersigned. State Bank former's brother, Mr. Oscar Parke. & Trust Co., of Richmond. Ky., as as on carpenter work in the new training Eugeno M. Le Coinpto, 50 shares. Little Thursday. gone to the school fund." Mippcs Matrgie and Laura Fryman FOR JAILER. The new company sttrts in business signee ot John Towers will sell nnb- Miss Lizzte Barrett and Mrs. A. department of the college "Hutch" have returned to their homo in Favetlo ueiy, ou uio premises, m We are authorized to announce JAMES C. AS TO BROWN'S BOLT IN 1860. LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison Wilkes Smith are at homo from a visit is an an all round man' and a "splendid September!. The nature of the busi auer a uengiiuui visit with ineiids and countv, near Silver Creek, .Madison Ky , on ness to bo transacted 6hall be ware relatives. . chi nly. subject to the action of the Democratic Shelby Jett, of Doylesville, to Mrs. Gellespie at Lowell, Garrard fellow part'. Madison county, but a native and for housing and soiling leaf tobacco; in jir. uuu JNoianu ana irnmlv are in 'At this very hour by that watch," county. We are authorized to announce PETER G. PAItRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison 7tb, eluding storing, insunng, sampling, deep grief over tlio death of their Thursday, own nty, xirtiject to the action of the Democratic said he, pointing to his timepiece on Misses Jennie and Mary Height, of mer resident of Breathitt, was a cuest handling and selling tobacco to others. infant sou. The entire community ex- . me tame, "jonn lotmg urown is Stanford, and Miss Dannie Merriott, of at tho Arlington tho first of the week. teiius ineir sympamy to mc bereaved beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., to Ve ar j authorized to announce JACK ROSS the .Wills Must be Stamped. family. a candidate for Jailor of Madison county, for standing on a platform in Bowling Kirksville, are tho guests of Miss Mat Ho is a stroug supporter of tho Goebel Highest aim best bidder the following ie form only, subject to the action of the Green trying to convince his hearers ticket, and assured us that the reported Miss isanmo Low Walden. of Win property, Dliuui-ratitio Shifflet. The Government complains that party. viz.: A certain Tract of chester, after a delighted visit with disaffection in Madison is groundless. there has been that John C. Breckinridge and not much evasion ot tho friends and relatives, returned homo Land located on the waters ot Silver Mr. and Mrs. Ansll D. Miller and 'Tho situation in Madison is Douglas was the bolter. Lot me recall Creek, and on the foilvcr Creek and in flno 11I1C CHIEF OF POUCH. little daughter, Elizabeth Gentry, will Hhape," said ho. He further said: revenue law requiring wills to bo Sunday, escorted by Mr. Will White, Monalaus turnpike, containing- 433,52 Weare authorized to announce EVERETT a liltlo history. Charleston was the stamped. y In addition to the usual oi vinciia. acres. The farm has been surveyed bv I1KURY for Chief of Police for the City of for a two weeks outing in "For the life of me cannot meeting place of the Democratic con" leave tell why stamp on all legal documents the law I RiektiMiiul, subject to the action of the Demoti. F. Kock, County Surveyor and di cratic party. vention in 1SG0. Breckinridge's name Estill county. the bolters prefer tho olection of Tav-- provides that where the personalty of lion's This? vided into tiireo tracts as follows: Wo are authorfced to announce J. II. Mrs. Rosa Jarman, of Lexington, re lor to Goebel, claiming to bo Demo Tract No. 1 at the a candidatu fa Ckief of Police, subject to was never mentioned in that conven a deceased exceeds $10,000 it shall be We offer One Hundred Dollars Re tree snag cornorBeginning- tlience sugar to Koss: the art ion of the Democratic party. b 4ii tion. Tlie Douelaa people captured the turned to her home Monday after a crats. Of course that is iust what taxed 75 cents for ward for any Casu of Catarrh that can each $100 above that not. bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cnre. W 82 poles to a stake corner to We are authorized t announce J. D. FEENY to her father, Capt P. P. Ballard, they want; that is tho intent and spirit a candidate for the oOice of Chief of Police of temporary organization and elected as visit amount. Whero tho personalty amounts x. J. LHENEV & Co., Props.. Toledo. O. land formerly owned by E. Moberley's Richmond, iiy.. bubject to the action of the temporary chairman General Thompson on Third Btreot. of their movement, and nothing else. to $20,000 tho tax is doubled and We. the undorsiirtied. have known heirs: tlience S 801 E 193 0 Doles to Democratic party. in like I'lournoy, of Arkansas, whose wife Mrs. Little and Mrs. Lynn, of Rich They aro no moro Democrats than a proportion with the increase. The tax F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and the center of the .Mennlaus and Silver Creek pike corner to W. li. Lane and was my sister. However, they failed mond, sisters of the lato Col. Stoner.are Republican is a Democrat" Jackson of locating FOR COUNCILMAN. the indebtedness is no small believe him perfectly honorable in all southwest corner to the John Powers business transactions and financially We are authorized to aanounce CHARLES to capture the permanent organization, visiting Mrs. R G. Stoner, at Oakland. Hustler. ono becanso most wilts specify tho per able to carry out any obligations made homestead; thence with the center of JACUitS. our leading tailor, a candidate for and Caleb Cushing, of Paris Kentuckian. Massachusetts, niko and lines of homestead J 20J E Councilman In the Court House Prccinit, subsonality without residue particularizing. by tneirhrm. to the action of the Democratic party. ject was made permanent chairman. poles, N 40 K 50 poles, N He Mr. Cyrus Dauglas, of the firm of In such cases the beneficiaries and ex Ves7& Truax, Wholesale Druggists. 20 IS 19 la W 20 was not a Douglas man. The conven Douglas, Bright & Company, is in Toledo. O. ecutors are to be called qh to disclose Waixdixo. Kinnax & Mahvix. Whole poles to John Maupin's corner; tlience tion had more trouble than our recent Bloomington, Illinois, the guest of his poles 'to the new line S 87 W 234 0 Rev. W. R. Lloyd will begin a pro the extent of the personality which sale uruggis.ts, roietio, u. convention at Louisville. It lasted brother, Mr. John Douglas. acres. nail's Catarrh euro is taken Inter beginning, containing 130 tracted meeting at Flatwoods church has come into their possession. from the 23d day ot April to the 3i day Tract Xo.2 lioginning at the center nally, acting directly upon tho blood James Wallace and Tom West, of next Sunday. Accidentally Killed by Her Brother. and mucous surfaces of the svstem. of a water gap corner to tract No. 3 ol May. then it took a recess to meet Irvine, were in Richmond Wednesday farm and running thencfe down Rev. L L. Kyle has accepted a call May 18 at Baltimore. The two conven Miss Maggie Hudson, tho sixteen- - Price 7oc per bottle. Sold bv all drug of said the center of Silver Creek N 43 V 34 and attended the performance of the from tho Vlney Fork gists. Testimonials free. church at Spoed-wol- l, year-ol- d tions were held. One nominated daughter of Sam Hudson, a poles, N 30J W 10 poles, N 50J Hall s family Pill's are tho best. Hart, Laugh King Company. Lexingtok, Ky. Madison county. NIcholasvillo carpenter, living on Prathor Row, was Douglas and the other nominated W.24 poles, N 07 j W 50 poles, S S9k aug2-lV 22 0 Mrs. Mollio Atkins, of Kansas City, Democrat. poles, S 52 W 14 poles, S 43 Breckinridge. But the chairman of the accidentally shot and killed by her W SO poles. S 13 V 42 poles. S 73J V 13 convention which nominated Breckln Mo., accompanied by her daughter, brother, William Hudson, Wednesday. poles. S S0i W Oi poles: theiiceJeaviug ridgo was Mr. Cushing, the regularly Miss Laura, aro visiting her uncle, Mr, The! children had been playing, when tho creek and with the Moran lines b ale of -- Personalty. Henry B. Dillingham, on West Main 20 W 31 poles. S 18)2' E 30 elected chairman. Brown helped with William concluding to go hunting, poles, W 24 S poli; thence leaving his corporal's guard to defeat Breckin- street. Flado, tho infant sou t)f went up stiirs to get his rifle. In Moran's lino and by new line N 78 E Mr. W. H. Webb, of Louisville, buver Mr. F. J. .Lipscomb died in this city coming down stairs the weapon in some ridge just as he is now trying to defeat 129 5.10 poles, N 42i E 82 0 poles to for tho Louisville Packing Company, Sunday of cholera infantum. Burial manner wns accidentally discharged, Goebel. Douglas carried one Southern The understated. Eliie C. Million and v.. P. the beginning and containg 123 Million, State, Missouri. Breckinridge carried spent Saturday with hisbrotlier-in-law- , in Clark county Monday. the ball taking effect in the neck of his ccaseu, as executors ot O. 15. Million, de- - acres. win, on Tract No. 3 Beginning at the sugar all the rest." Blackburn at Elizabeth- - Hon. J. Tevis Cobb, at the Henderson sister, Maggie, who had playfullv fol Dozier. At the home of his mother tree snag corner to Hoes; thence new line House. town. lowed him. Sho died in about twenty Wednesday, September 20, '99, N 87 E 233 In Lexington at 11 :30 Sunday ovening polos to a stake in the Miss Rachel Lilian), of Lawrenceburg, Mr. Geo. O. Dozier, of consumption, minutes. Tho boy gave himself up to Ilccinninc at 10 o'clock a. m.. at said deeed. west side of the pike road; thence with To buy where 3ou can do BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING. late residence , on and Jennie Arnold, of Lancaster, who aged 31 years. Deceased was a resi- Policeman Allman, but was releasod ant'slucnmusu ana in Madison county, Ky near the nest side of said road down Dodds ino ixmmou lurnniie. have been visiting Miss Alice Arnold, dent of this city until about four on cvidenco adduced at the Coroner's For town, offer for sale to the highest and best hianch N 4 V 62 poles. N 2114 W 30 the best you are going bidder, the nersonal nronertv rnnafAtfnc nf poles, N 49K W 45 poles to two Winchester Democrat. The accident nurses, muics, came, jacxs, jennets, sneep, to do that. All we can John Young Brown who proposes to on High street, returned homo last months ago, at which tiino he contract- inqnesf. brother who did has almost hogs, grain, farming utensils, household goods, sycamores on the Eouth branch of Sil Monday. tho shoot etc ver l reek: thence JN 801 W 38 poles. ed the disease which causued his crazed the purify the Democratic party by turn TERMS. The foreffolnir nroDcrtv will he down the creek to the center thereof say is Misses J. T. Walsh, Loretta Silva, death. He was connected for several ing and tho girl's parents. sold for cash for all sums of til) and less. Sums N 31 W 21 poles to the center of a ing the State of Kentucky over to the over $10 the purchaser will be required to give Freda and Madeleine Do Tere, of New years with the Madison Monumental. What Kindergarten Teaches. note with good security, payable January 1 , waturgap; thenco by new lines 8 42V lusts of Taylor, Deboe, Hunter and LOOK OVER OUR LINES. port, Ky., have returned home after a Works and later with the Marble firm 1SO0, interest. Tho corn will he sold The kindergarten is based on the at thewithout We also hat e several blue grass W 82 o 10 poles to the northwestern Uanna, affords a good illustration of pleasant heap. corner ot tho orchard : thence S 78J visit to Mrs. J. J. Powers, of of Jackson & Goldou. The funeral phllusophy of life and tho laws and farms for sale privately. Tim values hero aro real. the old picture, before and after taking. this city. poles to a stone wall W 129 K. U. MIL.L.1UN, services took place at tho residence of growth of child-minPsychology re E. V. MILLION, Morntt's line; thence with same S 1 Tlio varieties licro arc bigger and A row weeks before the Stato Con auc;30-4Mrs. Mat Cohen and daughter, of his mother yesterday at 10 o'clock, after veals the fact that the creator 1ms neon Executors. W 93 poles to a stotie. S 71J E 29 vention met in Louisville, Newton brighter Chan anywhere ulse. which tho remains were brought to of poles. N 34? E 18 0 poles to a it to delelop mind in all classes of Frszier, of Shelby county, and State Richmond, and Mrs. J. A. Cohen, of this city and buried, stone, S 873 E 19 0 poles to tho be-with Masonic society by tho same laws. Tlio prices are fair for everything Senator from his district was Versailles, who are staying at Crab The mind oi in Louis ginmng, contain 179.3j acres, more or honors, beside his wife, who died soino to uverybady. the princo and tlio pauper unfold In ville and called to 6eo Governor Brown. Oichard Springs, were here yesterday.-Stanforless. eight months ago. Ho leaves one child, obedience to tho samo Journal. An outlet ie reserved along Ho says that Brown brought up the divine laws. From Jas. Cosbv's nhnnt t.tvanlv flwa bank ot Sliver Creok from the south his mother, two sisters and two broth; IT'S NOT LUCK the water Major J. T. Estill is dangerously ill sorrel mare. Any informa which, if violated, jn either caso must since, a subject of State politics, and speaking gap corner eastward to tho plko cross wm oe manitiully received. crs, all living in Lexington. inevitably result in evil. Though the tion very deliberately, paid Senator Goebel at his home in the county. His two ing ot b nver uroeK, a distance of G2 that gathers thio group of G. W. WHITE, JR. methods may. differ somewhat, accord--in- g the compliment we produce below un- daughters, Mrs- - John Cunningham and polos. II6use Furnishings. ino laud will be sold as follows: to environment, the principle is der the heading "Before." After Mrs. Laura Estill Frances, of Bourbon, First Tract No. 1, containing 130 77 filename for all classes. an apprectation of your Brown had taken several doses of L. & are at his bedside. acres, will be offered for salu to the A Grand Success. At so early an ago as threo or four N cordial, administered by such Dr. H. C. Jasper and his mother-in- highest and boat bidder, then in like wants. We know that to nent free silver physicians, as our emi law, Mrs. Gaines, left last week to visit 1 ho ico croam supper, given at Tales years tho child is making .his beginmanner Tract No 2. containing 123 own acres, and Tract No. 3, containing Mrs Creek school house last Saturday night nings in science, mathematics, manual look at meager assort- Dr. Beckner, Montgomery's boloved relatives in Boone county. 17035 acres, more or less. Dr. Appereou, the famous Dr. Breckln Gaines expects to remain some time in was a success in every sense of the training, physical culture, music, art, Traria 77rt 9 nml 5 imlilmul ments is a loss the ride, the infamous Dr. Knott, of the company with Mrs. Jasper and little word. Tho snp)or, which was for he literature and religions. In .true kincontaining 302.75 acres will bo offered lor sale to the highest and best bidder. buyer, and so have collect- Louisville Post, Dr. Basil Duke, of L. son who are there. Thedoctor relumed benefit of the Sunday School, was given dergarten the child is encouraged in & N. fame, and other kindred natives. Sunday. The whole tract contains: 433.52 acres by Miss Belle Million and friends, liis natural interest to observe plants will then be offered for sale to the ed in the Largest Store in he, in his speech at Lexington, paid his Mr. David G. Martin Theso young ladies deserve great credit and how they grow, the number of and bride, neo highest and best bidder, and the laud respects will be sold in the manner bringing the the South the Biggest, languago to Senator Goebel in the choice Mlm Teinpio (J. Oldham, wero guests and the highest of pratso for their un petals and colors of flowers, the shape which is produced below un last week of Mrs. J. C. Chenaalt most money. and tiring efforts in behalf of their chnrch and arrangement of leaves on the stom, Best and Fairest Priced der the heading "After." TKR.MS The land will bo roI.1 timm family. Mrs. Martin's friends, and and the great interest they take In such the protection, distribution and uses of. a credit of six and twelve months, and BEFORE. AFTER. work. Five hundred peoDle onioved different seeds nnd fruits; the food, line of Carpets, Curtains, they are legion, were all glad to wel the purchaser or purchasers will be to say "I have thinSeaator "Now I say tne icsuval and the net proceeds homes aiid habits of animals, the required to execute bond with atraroved the Wall Paper, in regard to what he nomination that Mr, come her back to her old home. source and uses of sand, clay, stones, security having the force and effect of ot Goebel, that On Tuesday morning Vernon L. amounted to $70 S2. Qoebcl was fraudu yon, you can abtells a 'udguient, with a lien retained, paya metalaand minerals; tho moon, sun, lent, nr. solutely Furniture and China you he makes rely aon. II Mr. Ooebel btone says Vaughn left for Phoenix, Arizona ANOTHER LOT Magnificent Minstrels. ble to saiu trustee and bearing- legal you promsaid I will stars and clouds; the effect of rain, the nominato nterest from the day of sale. can hope to see any where. ise yon may srowill rive youyou will gire He said be did not know when he The dale for the great Barlow mag frost, wind, etc. As snon as he'clearly ot k tion if sleep, but yon POSSESSION-Possoasion will bo me two more officers would return to Kentucky. Even his havo the assurance observes any of the facts, they .aro-ex-given when tho terms of sale are comthat he will neither ana lie says all right, friends don't expect him to got back nificent Minstrels at tho White-Bus- h OUR HOTTO-- We Hnst be CROCKERY . forget nor neglect it. Eut it in writing: and plied with but the privilege of harvestOpera Houso is definitely flxod for presscd and tested in tho form of a I will do it, till late the evening before tho Novem oui i can't say uiai ing and removing tho crop now on tho First. GLASSWARE Saturday, September 2. This organiza- play. This is simply, truly, but is it about some Ot the but I will see you directly, and Stono has ber election. Spout Springs Times. others." tion is without exception tho finest of not worthy to be called the beginning lias arrived and the wise housekeeper land will be reserved. tho most desirabeen waiting ever This farm la on? of Yon Will be a Welcame Mrs. B. R. Chandler, of Waco, Toxas, the kiud now traveling. It is especially of ecieticu.' since.'" will not miss the opportunity to buy bly Ideated farms in Madison county, Visitor. What caused this change in Brown's has roturned to her borne after n de efficient in the comedy olement, but its The child's attention is drawn to when every article has the durability being on a turnpike 1J miles from lightful visit to Mrs. G. M. Wilging, superiority musically has gained for simple beauty in nature, and he records Silver Creek Station on the I & N. It. estimate of Goebel? "Will any of two of tho ordinary kind. R. It haa a good dwelling house and honeBt voter believe tho change whom she hadn't seen for twenty-fiv- e the organization tho titlo of "magnifi his impressions with colored crayons, This Is Que'ensware worthy of tho all necessary outbuildings thereon in years, airs. Chandler Is tho wifo of cent." It contninB nearly n scoro of charcoal, clay, colorod papers, water-- 1 wan caused by anything Goebel has Jiawc. Jt is hign quality cloau through. good repair. Thn land is fertile and productivo and ij: well watered and in done titles Brown praised him to Sena- Mr. B. R. Chandler, whom some 'of the excellent vocalists, many of tho voices colors, etc. This is elementary art Don't these prices qxtend a will remember as mess- being phenomenal, while- its orchestra keeps his eyes open, to tho beautiful, most excellent condition. Partita detor Frezier? In view of Brown's subse. siring to see the property can call on quent conduct, won't tho honest peo- mate at Camp Douglas, being a mem- is undoubtedly the host over scon with and satisfies his cravings for it. Mr John Powers who resides on tho tn ple of the Stato attribute bis change of ber of Col. Waller Clienault's regiment a minstrel company. The features this The chtld is given myths, fairy 01asiT'ruitSncers,3u 00c per doz. land, or on tho nujlorslgiied, Glass Tumblers, 25. 40, 50, C0o and 1. main and broadway, Casey M. 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Just MmA In nnil lvVb-fwnnr these goods. Some time yon may want such rrPl 'f tlngg and it's well Jo know whero tlie best krr J qiHMity is ontainablo at tho lowest prices THE CF.Bmwer&Co Mm St Seo iw and Smum HAW BfKX. wel-com- o? - mm . W. D. get prices oa roofing and gutlerlng, JJcckuv. Tinner. nt XAVT OP RDDQ XY W S-V r a i I JUT Jll 7, k virS r0L. 26, No. 13. ree how jou can gather such a crowd pa this without having some sinner? in it. Laughter. Now, if there is a single misguided, erring Democratic brother' within the scund of my voice, if there is one sintr. RICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT, the Goebel election law. I am willing r.r ia;es tie aevti. wno win iook mo to swear the other fellow will not do "" ' 1 as paltry an exthe stealing. Laughter and applause. cuse as that? offer He was satisfied, and said I need not go any further. I am not here, my PUfctTiCAIi BOSSES. friends, to argue the question of tho No Man Ever Saw the Day He Could currency. I am cot here today to afHandle Kentucky. flict this crowd In this sweltering Do you si.y you are afraid of politweather with a prosy, musty argument on the question of the tariff In contra- ical bossism In Kentucky? If you are, distinction to the protective theory of you are a little too timid. I am not the Republican party. Those matters I know that the man( never did llTe have been discussed for years and and never will live who will ever be a years that lie behind us. I am not boss In this grand old commonwealth. Henry Clay never saw the day that here to trench upon your patience or waste or wear away my strength by he could boss Kentucky politics, and going into a detailed statement of John C. Breckinridge, the biggest and everything that occurred In the con- brainiest man that ever grew on Kenvention tecently held by my party at tucky soil, never saw the day that he cculd boss the Kentucklans In politics. Louisville. A Tolce You are here to get a 1 saw Henry Watterson try to be a grand welcome from us. boss ence, and I need not tell you Mr. Blackburn Thank you. for I where he landed. I saw Bradley try appreciate It and am grateful for It it once on the other side, and I need I know there are those among us not tell you where he is now. A gov- -i who have hitherto been good Demo- ernor without a follower, even In his crats who are not satisfied with this own party, from Mills Point to the ticket, even if they are satisfied with mouth of Sandy. I saw the one the platform of the party. This is not time Idol of the Kentucky Demo- you or I have been cracy. John G. Carlisle, try It the first lime that threatened with bolts by Democrats. once, and I could not if I wanted We have heard that thunder before. to, tell you where he is today. All This is not the first time that that I can tell you now is that he is political purifiers have assort- not in Kentucky, and that the Louls-- I ed their right to purge Democracy of ville and Nashville railroad system, of its impurities and save it from its own which Mr. Goebel has been telling, has sacrilegious and suicidal hand. Pal- not an eight-drivengine tnat has mer and Buckner undertook that vol- power enough to pull him across the untary act in 1S96, and a very worthy Ohio river into the stttfe of Kentucky. gentleman by the name of Hindman. But somebody says he is afraid of from Adair county, followed In 1S97 political bossism. Now, I am willing and offered himself as a cacrlficial vic- to be fair; I am amiable today. The tim upon the altar of regenerated and truth is I am too weak to fool men purified Democracy. We are told that anyhow. For the sake of argument I there arc some patriots will grant anything that you claim. I in this state today who are willing and will admit every postulate and con- -; anxious to follow in the footsteps of cede every premise, but you will allow me. please, to beg leave to dissent from Buckner and Hindman. But I am riot going to say anything your conclusion. That is the only about that, for I thank God that Ken- thing I ask for. You say you do not tucky Is not cursed with such a polit- like the present political situation. ical abort(on as a third part" bolting Well, for the sake of the argument I Democratic ticket Thev tell us that will admit what is not true, and say we shall be on next Wednesday, but that I do not either. You say it is bad. Almighty God, who made tbis world and for the sake of argument I will in six days, can surely save Kentucky say It Is worse. We are agreed that in four days from such an affliction, far, and now I simply want to have if he has the mind to. If it Is to come, you answer me a question. let us remember that sufil.-leunto Why Dissension 't the day should be the good as is the to do What it? evil thereof, and we won't anticlpato it Are you are you gofgthings? about you goins to help Are j going to cure the sick patient by call-i PARTY ITKIKIKKS. ing in the Republican doctor? If you Pome Record- to Tie Dragged Into do. Instead c quinine, he will give you strychnine and arsenic sure. There is the Glaring; Light of Day. I am not willing to believe that you no sense in that Is there anybody can with a search warrant find a Dem- who believes that there Is a system of ocrat in Kentucky who is fool enough political bossism in this state? For the to take a nomination at the hands of the sake of what argument I will admit I to true a bolting rump convention like that, willbesay, "All right.know is false, and I agree there is." but if they do organize it and put it How are you going to cure it? By In the field I tell you now I am not voting the Republican ticket? Oh. no! going to say an unkind word or a Why even a fool, we are told, can learn harsh word about a solitary man who ' In the Coilcse cf Experience. Wise sees fit to follow Its flag. We may men can learn without going through have occasion to say something about with the experience, but people like we the misguided fellows who accept who are not bright can only learn in places on that ticket I have no doubt that college. not seen bossism In New Have you that 150 Democratic speakers from York represented by Tammany from now until November from Mills Point the time of Boss Tweed down to the to the mouth of Sandy will be exam- present, and trampled in ining into every faulty buckle in tho the dust of defeat time after time, and of the bosses' ticket harness of every fellow who is fool has' that enough to allow himself to be put on cured bosMsra? There is a practical you ypu cannot do it test that that.ticket Wednesday. I give notice that way. tells if we are to have a sysBut here and now that I shall be at it I tem of Der. cratic bossism here, for don't mean to abuse them, but I mean God's sake iton't swap the witch for to do what's worse for them, I mean the devil, don't jump from the frying to tell the truth on them, and If there pan Into thp fire, and take Republican are any sore spots in their public of- bossism. Cheer:. But, gentlemen, thess are makeshifts ficial political records, let th;m hug to their souls the assurance that until and subterfuge. They are not honest reasons advanced by honest men. the sun goes down on the 7th of next November 150 or 209 Democratic ora- This is tea big a question to be measupon of tors on the stump In Kentucky will be ured men. the comparative meritsyou, the to What matters telling the peop'.e about It every God's what boots it to me, whetheritWat Har- -' Applause. blessed day. din or Stone or Goebel was lomlnated Now I want to ask you, my friends: for governor of Kentucky? All three I don't want to mortify you by asking of them were decent men. There is not you to hold up your hands in this one of them who would not make a presence and making profert of your respectable, efficient and creditable AVhat difference would it apostacy: but if there is a man within governor. to the sound of my voice who expects to make that the people 50 years hence, or 10 years for follow the ignis fatuus and bolt, what whether the one or the other of hence, those are you mad about? What has hurt worthy aspirants had succeeded in you, anyhow? Are you not satisfied winning the nonMnatlon? Not a whit with the Democratic platform at Chi- It makes little difference to you or me cago? Are you not satisfied with the today whether one nan wins or anplatform adopted by the Louisville other man loses. It does not matter convention the other day? If you are much to the peop'.e of Kentucky not In God's name go and go In peace, whether Goebel and the rest of the for you do not belong Inside of the state ticket shall rise in triumph In 'Democratic party. But let us argue to- November or go down in the dust of gether. If I am wrong I want to ho defeat and dlsaser. It does not matter set right and If you are wrong God much to the p'cp'e of Kentucky or of only knows how anxious I am to set this countrv whether I win before the you right If you are not mad with next tegfs'atitre of Kentucky in my your platform, what in the dickens is candidacy for the senate or go down In it that ails you? Are you mad with a long and lasting defeat It does npt the ticket? If so, what part of It? Is matter so essentially to the people of it the head of it or the tail of it that Kentucky or of this country whether j ju can not swallow? Are you mad the great and matchless leader of the with your candidate for governor? If Democratic ho?ts. the Incomparable so, go to him like an honest man and Nebraskan, Wll'lam Brvan, tell him what your objection is to him. shall be e'ected or defeated In 1900, Is it because you were not for Goebel? but it does matter, and matters much, to the peop'e of Kentuckv and to the Bolters, Speak Out. of this country That is not an explanation. A very ppop'e represents the whether the man principles for large majority of the Democrats of the who Bryan stands, for which I stand, state of Kentucky were not for Goebel which which Goebel and this ticket and a very large majority were not and for shall win or lose in the coming for Stone and a very large majority stands, Great applause. were not for Hardin. That Is no apol- contest ogy. That is no justification, that 13 NO EXCUSE no excuse. You can not afford to bolt Any Democrat For Abandoning your ticket because you did rut get Has your preference In a fair anS open Ills Party's Faith. fight for the nomination for this office. you have I know, my friends, Is there anything about Goobel's rec- heard a great deal- - of that criticism ord that you do not like? If there is abuse heaped upon what is knownand as put your finger on the flaw in all 1 3 the Goebel election law. I am not go- -' record. I challenge and defy you o ing to argue that to you. Goebel said do It He has been In public life, and enough about say under the calcium light of criticism on the subject it All I Awant to is for the past 12 years, and if there is a legislature passed this:and aDemocratic. Republlc-it, single thing to his discredit, if there is vetoed It. a single utterance that has ever fallen an governor stump today Every Repubfrom his lips, if there can be shown a lican on the that election is demanding law. Every single piece of apostacy or treason or a repeal of newspaper Republican and every Re any failure of fealty or loyalty to his publican orator and every Republican party, point it out I dare you and defy you. You can not do it for it is candidate swears thatInthe Republican peace until It party .will never rest not there. All Then, if his record Is clean, and if repeals the Goebel election law. Nothem the platform suits you. If you can not right Let God win this fight In forgets to be gracious find a flaw in the record of a single vember, If and candidate on the ticket, I ask you to us Is to If a reign of the devil on earth he inaugurated and Kenagain as honest men, tell me what In the devil drives you out of the party? tucky Is to be doomed to four more years of Republican Incapacity and Applause. Are you going to answer and tell me misrule. Let them carry this state in the coming election and elect their you do not like the Louisville convention? Don't plead the baby act Be state ticket and carry the legislature, a man even if you are going to' be an and I will bet my' right arm against a apostate. Tell the truth and don't counterfeit nickel: I will bet my hope skulk or hide from it when it con- of my soul's salvation against a counfronts you. If your platform suits terfeit penny that with the aid of a you, and if you cannot put your finger search warrant you cannot find on this earth a single solitary upon the flaw In the record of a single candidate, what is the matter? "We Republican who wou'd not jump In the don't like Redwine's rulings in the river before he would vote to repeal-thGoebel election law. Louisville convention!" Let us be fair. I am willing to believe that it Is posI can afford to be, for my conscience sible for a Republican to tell the tells me that I have truth and righteousness on my side, and I have no truth sometime when he tries, and it reason to skulk and dodge. You don't Is an assured fact that It Is not going like the rulings of the chairman of the to hurt him much if he does. I am Louisville convention. Is that a jus- willing to stretch my liberality to some tification for bolting your party? Is extent and to believe that It Is possithe election of a Republican adminis- ble for a Republican, when all the surtration in Kentucky for four years a roundings are favorable, to tell the proper remedy for Redwine's rulings truth by accident, but I would not bein the convention? Where is the man lieve the best Republican the Lord who respects himself and fears his God ever madelf he ever did make a good er ; j j nt j ove-thro- August 30, 1899. lr ne wou:i teti me ae wouia vote to repeal the Goebel election law after the Republicans once got possession. You know better than that, and so do I, and so does anybody who ever had a passing acquaintance with an average Republican politician. Now I want to ask you. is there any justification, is there any defense, la there any excuse or any apology for a Democrat refusing to support this ticket if he Is forced to admit that every syllable In the platform of the party meets his Indorsement and that there is not a candidate upon that ticket who has a faulty buckle in his harness? Is not that complete? I might go into a detailed statement of the facts in relation to the late Democratic state convention, hut It Is not necessary. I never sw a Democrat nor a Republican neff a Populist nor a Prohibitionist nor a Woman's suffragist convention In my life that In Its methods and rulings was a Young Men's Christian association or a Sunday school gathering. If you answer and say that Is not a justification, I admit it, just as you can not defend and justify many human events, but I have this to say, and no man will undertake to controvert it. that there is not to be found in the policy or methods of that convention either justification or excuse for any Democrat abandoning the faith of his party and refusing to spport its ticket Applause. KENTUCKY PRESS. Why It Is Supporting the Ticket Xamcd at Louisville. But there are those who tell us that we have gotten into bad company; there are those who tell us that they cannot support this ticket because the Louisville Courier-Journand the Louisville Times are supporting It I confess that strikes me on my weak spot and my short suit It Is an open secret, and I do not need to repeat it, because anybody who knows anything about me knows that for 20 years past the Courier-Journand I have not been making love the one to the other. If there is anything in the shape of abuse, misrepresentation, detraction and denunciation that the Courier-Journand the Times have not piled on me in the last 20 years, I know that they are now ready to apologize for having failed to accomplish their duties, and in that respect I have not been much behindhand, for It has not been my fault, that I will swear, for 20 years irom every stump In Kentucky If I have not exhausted the English language. I have at least exhausted my power of invective in trying to get even with those papers. They have no apology to make to me, and I do not want them to make any, and I have no apology to make to them, and they do not want me to make any. They are supporting this Democratic ticket today, and I am glad of It I want them to do It They are not doing It on a contract with Goebel or with any other man on that state ticket, nor have I, or any other Democrat within the limits of this state, ever made any concessions to them or any bargains or any promises. They are supporting It because they want to do it. and I am glad of It, and I am not going to abuse them. If they keep on supporting Democratic principles and platforms. I never will abuse the.ni. I have never abused them for anything except getting away from just principles and platforms, and if they or any repentant sinner comes back and wants to show- - his repentance this way, I pat him on the shoulder and go on. In this bid him Godspeed fight for my party and its ticket I want support of every newspaper in this the state, no matter what its antecedents, no matter whether goldbug or Republican or what not In this fight I want the support of every man within the limits of the state, be he goldbug. Democrat, Republican, white, black or yellow. I want them all. That Is what we are here fcr; and there Is no Republican In this state black enough of skin or b'ack enough of heart or black enough in record that I will refuse his vote for this Democratic ticket if I can persuade him to give it without treadiDg on my principles Cheers. TRIBUTE TO GOEBEL. Kentucky Democrats May Well Bo Proud of Their Ticket. Now, my friends, you have a ticket you need not be ashamed of. There is not a man on it whose record is not clean. It is well divided geographically. Every section of your commonwealth is represented upon it by worthy sons. You of the First district have your candidate on it, and so it is evenly and fairly scattered throughout the limits of your state. But the head of the ticket Is complained about I have never heard anybody object to any candidate upon it, except Goebel, and I uave never yet been fully able to find what the ground of the objection was to Goebel. Has any man ever charged him with being lacking In integrity and honor? II so, I have never heard it Has anybody ever charged him with being lacking in fidelity or truth? If so, I have never heard it. Does anybody say that he lacks capacity or intelligence? T have never heard it I have heard Goebel charged with a good many things, but I will swear I have never heard him charged with being a fool. Then, If he has ability and Integrity and honesty, if he has party loyalty, and If he has courage, tell me. In God's name, what reasonable objection can you urge? No man impugns his courage, and courage is what the Democratic hosts In this district admire. The truth is, the people of Kentucky can not be induced to support a man who lacks courage, and I hope they never will. If there Is one thing that is demanded by the Anglo-Saxo- n race of Its representatives and leaders It Is manhood and courage. From tho day when the craven Saxon king crept from his beaten army, the army that was beaten, but not disheartened, from that day down to this, no scion of the Anglo-Saxo- n race has ever been rallied to the standard of a coward. There Is not a man upon your ticket, and especially the head of it. that does not command the respect of Kentucky and all her people, his political allies and political foes, because of his outspoken courage and the manliness of his career. Cheers. Do the people of Kentucky fear the domination of aggregated capital? Have corporations and combinations and trusts any terrors for you? Are you honest when you say that you are afraid your liberties are in danger and are about to be absorbed by the greed of combined and aggregated wealth In this country? Are you hunting for a leader .upon whom you may rely to protect you from the throttling grasp of corporation and trust greed? If so. there site the man, who, by his record, Is the one. It is not I, it is not Wheeler, it Is ndt Ollie James. There sits the man who by his public record Is the first and foremost representative of the rights of tho masses against the classes. If you people owe him a debt for nothing elw one. al al al PARTY ON TRIAL! Duty of will swear you owe aim & fleet fer the enemies he has made, and by whom he Is handicapped In his race for goferaor today. There never was a Democrat Who stood before the DeI- - gle, solitary, upburied mother's Kentucky Democrats In of them who proposes committing son political fersun and su cide next This Vital Contest NO TIME FOR PETTY STRIFE Lop! Men Mnst Adhere to the Standard of the Gtillant Goebel. BOLTERS Bryan and AID THE ENEMY. Chicsso Platform Principles Endangered In This.Satq. BURNING W0H9S OF BLACKBURN, j Xatloti it end Stute Issues of Ml.-rht- ; Moment Clearly Defined by thv. IJlo- - , i quint Senntor nt the Kormul Open- ln 'if the Campuisn nt Mnyflcld. and Other Scourges of the Ti D.n Mercilessly Kluycil In n Mns- t, rh Philippic- and Before a Great C j ' rd. e ; formal and highly successful the Kentucky Democratic gn at Mayfield on Saturday, Au- . 12. the stirring keynote gn-- was d and national and state limes f r.tly and clearly defined before a - of 6,000 of the faithful of cornty. Senator J. C S. Black -burr and Hon. William Goebel, our t st ndard bearer, were the ora-- i pi - if lie day and were accorded' a pi mch as only the stalwarts of mntr Democratic county of he g of -- "j r m give. atnr Blackburn, in his speech, ex-- r. ':v(!y reviewed the problem now -: ting the citlxens of the state, tmi dly outlined the true position i :fr loyal Democrat in the present The dissenters came in i Ml contest. r a large share of attention. Na- ' i! questions, however, were not ed, the speaker severely ar-- r. ,jw it i 'S the pretentions and misrule jf 'Lc Republicans. The money power, tru-t- and the domination of railway cc;.. 'dtions received a merciless scoring the eloquent senator's .burning vi'ii is repeatedly bringing the vast audi-" to its feet. fVh-leading features of the sena-v- r i address were his eloquent tribute 1.. the worth of Hon. William Goebel aii candidates on the ticket, which he p- - '!.fted would sweep the state from Mi it- Point to the mouth of the Sandy; r.- ignrous and courageous handling : ';al state questions and severe ar- '..crmeot of the bolting element. He j'-ii. monstrated how difficult the way f tht political boss soil. T.i' faker's Introdustory remarks re- in the sudden indisposition of Sen- .nor Goebel. who was momentarily .ri"ir.e by heat while speaking and f ,u J to desist. p. r u :" let me appeal to you, mistaken bir.thers. I am not going to abuse jcu. Don't pet scared and run away; I an not ging to say an unkind woid shout you. I feel too sorry for you. I want to pray over you. I want to pray with jou. I want to get you to join with me In an bumble petition to the Lord to stretch His divine mercy to the utmost in order to reclaim and save you. I am not going to drive you away; if you go, I swear you shall not say I drove you off without tel'ing an unregenerate He. I am not going to abuse anybody. I hope there are such people it this crowd. If there were this many Democratic bolters in Graves county and the First congressional district of Kentucky, I wou'd he glad to know that every God's blessed one of them was here and that there was nobody else. "Ch:Ist never came into this world to call the righteous but sinners to repentance." and they are the people Otvl cl rd T are after. I want to talk to these pccple and I won't Indulge In ary harsh language, either. Hard words never made votes, and votes are what we are after and votes are what we wrnt. although votes are not what we acrolutely need, as we shall show you we have enough when November ecmes. Put let me argue with you. Before I get through I am going to address mvse f to that element, if you are afirted with any such. I an not here to preach any new docfire. hut to tell the same old story I have been preaching to the Democracy cf this great old county for 20 years rrd ir.ore. The same parties to the eccfict are still in the field. The Issues between Democracv and Republicanism have never been settled. There are those who will tell that silver is no longer a live issue In American politics. We shall see. We have heard that before. There are those who tell you that Brvan's Democracy is that of the specialist, and that the currency question Is to be relegated tc f.ie rear and that other great issues, developed by the Spanish war, are to take the place of it. It is not true, my countrymen. Don't listen to these false t:a:hers. The currency question is as much unsettled today as it has been at any time since 1S73. when the Republican party, under the leadership of Johr Sherman, robbed and pillaged and n'undered the American people of their liberties and interests and rights bv striking down and destroying cne-ha- lf of your money. That money 'ssue has not been settled any more !han It was in 1S9G, and, by the Lord Harry, it never will be settled until it Is rettled cn the side of justice and right, the side of y the people, changand nut d'et'ted by the ers and of this government. Tb? very tame issues upon which you made the fght of 1S96 are here, unsettled between the parties now. rs'-neid?-tic- al Ilydiii-IIoadc- d Trusts. There are other issues that have arisen since that time which I admit we are sot sku"king and dodging or avoiding discussion and s?ttlement of, and those are the war issues. We are courting the t. We have thrown down the gauge of batt'e and dared the Republican party to lift Jt from The Democratic party the earth. stands today as it has stcrd for more than one hundred yea'r. the champion of the people on every issue that has ever ereag-edivided the at: tention of the political parties in this country. There are other issues that are to be met. I giant you. Since 1S96 the trust has raised its hydra-hea- d among our people and frightened and causes the messes of our citizens to fear for the of their liberties and their rights. I am here to speak for rov party, apologizing for but I nothfrg denving no defending srd maintaining every sentence, every line, eve-- v word and every syllable that was uttered at Chicago in ISOfi ?nd at Louisville on the 2Gth of June. We apologize for nothing. Pick out any plank in that platform you please, and as a humble exunneat of Democratic but PARTY OX TRIAL, I am here to defend it. That j faith platfotm tells you that wo demand the Prayers, Not Execration, For the restoration of silver at the ratio of 16 Bolting Klrnient. to 1 free of mintaee, without rMscrim-inatlo- n Mr Blackburn, upon being intro-di- .i on even terms with gold withother ) aud when the applause had sub-i out asking or caring whether any us or on this earth stands by nation ilnl pioceeded as follows: not That platform tells you thatwe deLadies and Gentlemen and Fellow nounce the usurpation of the products atrprcgated wealth and Dnii!ats Do not be alarmed about of labor by rpn'.clty as represented its by ti.it. ,i Goebel. No harm is coming to greed trA trusts. Applause. !. v.: This is just a piece of stage play. the combines and 11 and I are doing this thing by turns. MAXIA' DKCIjARATIOX. Millie of the lying newspapers of Why Hlnrlsbiirn Favors the HcChord K'liunky and God knows there are Bill unci Goebel Law. en i. ii of them left have been telling you Siu that I was a sick man. Goebel weYour state platform tellsas the that Indorse what is known vi.il.) wanted to correct this misstate-- l bill that passed a Democratic at and let you see I was tue well iiuu' who had come along. to take legls'ature and died at the hands of a Republican governor's veto. That piace of any one who got platform tells you that we indorse school-boo- k I have read in more than one news-what Is known as the Chinn bill, which put the knife into the i" r lately that I was not going to at Mayfield on the 12th, that the vitals of the American schoolbook l. Li ivi had interfered and stricken me trust and protects the pocket of the a l.d that I was not to be upon poor parents of the common school puth btun.p for some weeks or months comlimits of .1 ludeed at all during this pils throughout the platform this you tells That I will tell the truth about monwealth. t.impaign. 1 am just out of bed, where I have that we indorse the newly passed elecit l en confined for two weeks past, but tion law known as the Goebel bill, and 1 was sick enough, and I do not each and every God's blessed one of L" irve I ever shall be sick enough to those measures I am here today to deinduce me to miss a rally of the Graves fend and uphold. county Democracy when the Demo- I was asked In the western end of i atn party Is on trial. I admit that I am here in the face of the orders of Kentucky in a great audience like this, my doctors and against the protests of by some one in the crowd asked .pomy family and friends, but I am here, litely if I would answer and I told and I know that every Democrat in them at once I would whether I was this grand old banner Democratic in favor of the Goebel election law, oUDty would know that there was a and if I was, whether I would kindly funeral going on in central Kentucky give the reasons for my support of if I tailed to enter an appearance here that measure. I acknowledged my obtoday Applause. ligations to my unknown friend for My party is on trial in this contest, and if I had the right to pick the jufy the favor he did me in asking the btfore which to try a Democratic is- question, and I told him It did not emsue I would not hesitate or fail to sobarrass me at all to answer it; that I le was iu favor of the Goebel election bill, and Impanel as that jury the and unpurchasable Democracy not simply because a Democratic legisof Graves county and try the issue lature had passed it, although that there. I am here to speak in behalf recommended it to me not simply beof that party. I shall conceal nothing. cause a Republican governor vetoed I shall tell the truth, let It cut where it although that to my mind was proof it may, and let It hurt whom it will. conclusive of Its merits not because If there is aught that is not to be de- a Democratic legislature had passed It fended in the records or the methods over a Republican governor's veto, but or the principles of my party, I will I was for it as an original proposition. avow it I am not here to abuse anyI believed It was a good bill, and I fabody. I do not know the personnel or vored It on its merits, and I had exthe makeup of this crowd. I do not actly 40 good reasons for supporting know whether there are any bolting it, but didn't propose to give him but Democrats in It or not. Some of the one, but if that one did not satisfy him, newspapers tell us that there were a that I would give him the other 39. thousand unconvicted bolting DemoI am for that Goebel election bill becrats gathered here in your cause I do not believe that under Its courthouse on day be- operations there will ever be any more fore yesterday. I do not know how stealing of elections in the state of many are here today, but I take It for Kentucky, but if the political thievery canted there must be some, I do not is to continue in Kentucky, In spite of fir-htl j j resi-ns'bi'ity. td h-est -rd ' over-iii.ucd. V ui. d:at -- , ' ; j ' ' ' ' ed mocracy of Kentucky as heavily handicapped as that candidate Is now. He has the serried, unbroken ranks bf the Republican party in front of him to fight He Is threatened with the defection of the bolting Democrats on his flank, whilst piled on top, like mountain on mountain, come the railroad and the corporate wealth and power of which he has spoken. In an endeavor to drag him down and defeat him. He Is carrying every handicap that was ever put upon a candidate, but we are not whinlng'about it and we do not propose to do so. We will meet the combined opposition o! all our enemies from without, and the cowardly flank movements of traitors from within. We will meet and grapple with corporate wealth and corporate power and corporate exactions; we will meet the world, the flesh and the devil, and teach them that. In spite of all.. Democracy Is united fend is the real and dominating party of this state, Great cheering. He has tried to talk to you about trusts don't be alarmed. I am not going to talk to you much longer. Goebel has his second wind, and he keeps winking and blinking at me to let him have the floor. You have come to see him and so have I. and I never heard a fellow doing better up until the time of the break. TRUSTS. One of tho Great Evils of Modern Times Mercilessly Flayed. Goebel was telling you aboijt tho trusts. I do not want to take it out of his mouth. He can describe them better than I can, but I want to say one word about them. No man can overstate the dangers that threaten the people of this state and country. Listen to me, my countrymen. Ho told you that the Republican party was the party of trusts, and some doubted it I did not I know that the Republican party Is unalterably opposed to the growth, expansion and development of trusts. I can hot doubt It. because McKlnley told you so. And if that were not conclusive, he proved It by Mark Hanna. and if that did uot end the controversy and ls":e It out of the realm of disputation, I had a talk the other day with Mr. Gr.gss, this New England or eastern attoriuy general of the Republican party, ad he told me that the Republican party intended to stamp out the trusts. I asked him why they hadn't done a !k-tl- e of the stamping. They have bejn in this last three years, and they hav almost stamped life out or American trusts. I speak by the record, and if any man disputes It, I stnrd ready to prove It There Is no well informed man in this country that don't know I tell the truth, and there is not an honest one that don't admit dead-sThe Republican it on crushing out party Is so under trusts that Republican domination, with both houses of congress, the supreme court nnd the presidency all in the bands cf the Republican party, within the last 18 months there has only been $S gone into trusts In this land of ours. They have not been able, to get quite $7,000,000,000 Into trusts In the last IS months, because cf the unconquerable opposition of the party to trusts. Stop think! Only $7,000,000,000 have c e into trusts In the United States In the last IS months. Why, a clor--- . i8 always busy, but a clock In 3 0.3 divs won't click off as many minute? as the trusts have organized' dol!a-- s in the last eight months under Republl'm rule in this country. Think of It. ntd you will realize the debt of obligation you are under to the Republican party. Devil's Invention. There are just SS.000 000000 rf money. gold and silver, in the worid a l pi '. together. And notwithstanding tho unconquerable opposition of the He- publican party to trusts with Repub-- , llcan domination, with every depart-- i ment of the government in the hard of that party, they have managed to gather into the safe Investment vT trusts only $7,000,000,000 within tie last IS months. Some people tell you that the trust is the cruel, heartless it ventlon of the Republican protected plunderers and thieves. That Is a slander. The trust is not a human invention, In its construction and dls- covery, like In its operation. It Is a double-barreleautomatic, seif-ad- -, n Justing, machine. No hu-- i man or mortal brain ever devised or discovered the trust It required Its construction and discovery a crm- blnation of human ingenuity, supplemented by devilish malignity, and It took both man and devil to create the trust It Is the only machine ever known among men that robbed at brth ends at the same time, and yru can't stop It A trust robs the producer at that end by fixing the price of the raw product Theflour trust rob3 thefarnrr of Graves county and the toba-c- o fust robs the toKicco raiser of Grav ty by fixing arbitrarily the price cf wheat and tobacco. The tobacco and flour trusts say to the farmer at that end, "I will give you so much for your tobacco and so much for your wh-a- t; take It or you will not sell It T "'tve am made a corner on the market. the only buyer. You take my price or you take none." That same tc-- I bacco trust and that same flour ard to the consume- - he wheat trust turns other side and arbitrarily fixes tho price for which they will supply tho trade. They say to the chewer and the smoker, "We fix arbitrarily the price at which you can buy your tobacco, and you will pay that price or you must reform your tobacco habit for we have a corner." That same wheat and flour trust says, "I am not going to rob you. and you have no business complaining." And the toMio trust says, "I am not to rob any tobacco grower. I ster. wheat and the tobacco by taking It my own price, and I am golrir; to give you an arbitrary price, at which yru will have to buy or starve, for I havt-- i a corner on the flour market and yen can not buv anywhere else." Now. !f you don't like the trusts, If the Repuh llcan party gets in power a.ealn. arr will only keep on fighting the trustj Hie they have been for the last is months, there will be twice as manv dollars in the United States covered by trusts as there are dollars of monev among the civilized people throughout the whole habitable world. If you don't like the trusts, if yet don't like the domination of ratiroa 1 corporations, if you are opposed to combines; if you would rather prefe that the people of Kentuckv sha' shape Its policies and rule Its destln'.e? than for the corporations and combines and trusts, get a man and mr;-hlgovernor who will stand and against trusts, and ' you come to find that man, let m you, you don't need to have a sr warn.nL The Democratic coDVfrr.' m has found blm for you, and here K and we ask you to moke him governor. Great applause.1 et 00 ee d, back-actioi- c -1 w'tt-peopl- v-- as.-ines- e -- jft&JX&A I m li .IJ.IUI Hi '" "ill i i)Hn'T. nil" r - y a , , r Vol. 26, No. 13. copies of newspapers that it has containing every assault upon the Democratic party and its candidates that malignity and mendacity can invent. "Indeed, this year the cconle of Ken tucky are plainly told by the president of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company, Mr. Milon H. Smith, in an opsn letter, that that corporation is engaged in the effort to defeat the Democratic party and Its candidates; and, furtheimore, that it will desist from this effort only when a pledge is given not to do anything to which those who control the affairs of that corporation object "In other words, the owners of this corporation, which the people of Kentucky created by act of their general assembly, assume to decide for the people of the commonwealth what Jaws shall, and what laws shall "not, be enacted, and what laws shall, and what laws shall not, be enforced. "There is, therefore, distinctly and unequivocally presented to the people of Kentucky the question whether their Jaws shall be made and executed by themselves, through their duly chosen servants, or whether the exercise of the sovereign powers of government shall be turned over to the most powerful corporation in the commonweal !n. "I do net believe that the people of Kentucky are ready to abandon of. by and for the people, and to substitute therefor government by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company, for the benefit of the Rothschilds and the Belmonts. But that question must be determined in this Applause. contest. "There Is no fact better established than that during the canvass preceding the recent Democratic state convention, and during that convention the Louisville and Nashville Railroad conpany left undone nothing within its power to control the action of that convention. That that attempt failed is sufficiently attxsted by the p'atforn: adopted and the ticket nominr.ted by the convention and the open letter of Mr. Milton H. Snith. And when this corporation failed to control the Democratic state convention, then its agents attempted to break up that cocvertion, in order to prevent the rorriration of candidates upon the platform that had been adopted. "Pent'ing the Democratic canvass the Repub i.'an slate newspaper organ, the Louisville Commercial, on March 24, 18S9, said this on its editorial page ccr.ceiring the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company and its attempt to control the Democratic state convention: A Republican View. " 'It appears, therefore, that at least one railway corporation in Kentucky is in politics up to its neck, and the fact is cf great interest azd concern to the people of this state. That It Is a menace to the public welfare is not open to a doubt. That It Is a flagrant violation of propriety for a corporation which is a common carrier and which enjoys the use of a valuable public franchise to thus Invade the domain of politics Is equally clear. That it forebodes consequences to the business interests of Kentucky of the giavest sign-ean- ce will not be denied by any clt'zen who will reflect upon the existing situation and note how similar It is to that wheh has prevai'ed in other states just preceding their domination by the railway Interests. " 'If a railroad corporation may boldly set about to nominate a candidate for governor without indignant and overwhelming protest from the people, it will cf course not stop at so modest a beginning in the exercise of political power. If it needs a governor to do its will, it needs also a legislature, and railroad commissioners, and an attorney general, and a complete staff of subservient state officials. And if It may have and own a governor, it may have and own all the others. It need not stop half way in its determination to control the making and the execution of the laws, and of course it will not. For, if it may control in legislation and then in executive direction, It may ultimately fix by law its own rates for the carriage of freights and passengers, and compel every usiness interest in Kentucky to pay tribute to its insatiate greed. "'The Commercial utters this note of warning to the people of Kentucky, and it admonishes the great railway company which appears to be chiefly concerned that it is entering upon a dangerous campaign. It may nominate for governor, but it will subsequently face an infuriated people at the polls. It will not be permitted to govern this state. It would better not undertake the job.' "When that editorial was published the Republican party leaders feared that the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company, if it controlled the Democratic state convention, would desert the Republican pa;ty, and fall to support it with the sinews of war in the approaching election, because if that corporation could control the Democratic convention, dictate its platform and nominate its candidates, it would have no need of the Republican party in Kentucky. "Notwithstanding this warning of the Republican state organ, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company has undertaken the job of electing a governor and other state officers; but it is attempting to elect, not the Democratic, but 'he Repuuiican candidates. "This attempt is a 'menace to the public welfare;' the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company will 'face an infuriated people at the polls,' and 'it will not be permitted to govern the state' although it has undertaken the job. Applause. SILVER AN ISSUE. sub-ildlzgov-etrrre- nt RICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT. monetized and gold was made the sol primary money. The volume of pri- -i mary money was thus cut in half; the proved effective to crush the operavalue of all things measured in money tions of the tmits in this state. Ia was likewise cut in haT. and the value both the-- houm of representatives and or purchasing power of all credits was the senate ever)' Republican vote was doubted. TIUp act was done in the in-- I cast against this bill. It failed of pasterests of the holders of the bonds and sage in the senate solely because there two members, elected as Democrats, other securities of the American peo ple Joined with the entire .Republican "It doubled the value or purchasing membership of that body in voting power of all d?bts the American people against it Notwithstanding this record of the Republican party In both owed: It depreciated at least one-ha- lf the value of all property that the nation and state, the Republican platAmerican people possessed or might form in Kentucky declares. 'We pledge produce. The great creditor nation of the Republican party to the enactment the world in 1873 was England, and of ail such laws as may be necessary there the great bulk of American se- to prevent trusts, pools, etc, etc. "And Mark Hanna, the real head dt curities was owned. The United States was the great debtor nation. The act the Republican party in this nation, of 1S73 imposed upon this country the the gatherer and disburser of the Imsystem of the greatest mense corruption fund used to make creditor of this country, England. That McKinley president which included system is as much a British system $1,000,000 contributed by the sugar now as It was In 1873. An American trust; Hanna, the agent through policy should replace this British pol- whom the powers of government were icy. This can only be done by restorby the Republican party bartered to ing silver to its constitutional place as the contributors of this fund. In order a money metal. The blmetalilst asks that they might not only reimburse nothing from government upon this but magnificently compensate themsubject except to undo the wrong it selves by levying tribute, through unhas done. He proposes no mere ex- equal laws, upon the people; Hanna pedient He insists upon a return to himself one of the foremost maniputhe wise conservatism of the founders lators and beneficiaries of trusts, actuof the republic The struggle for the ally had the recent Republican state return to this system has now contin- convention in Ohio to denojnee the ued for a quarter of a century. That trusts. struggle must succeed. The demon"The Republican party has become etization of silver was a fraud upon merely the political agent of tho every solvent man a theft from every money power and the trusts. It holds honest debtor; a robbery from every power now, and hopes to .hold power laborer and producer. It was done by in the future, solely as the result of avarice, and will be undone by justice. the use of immense corruption funds The Democracy of Kentucky, now as contributed by the money power and in the past, in this contest sides with the trusts, and it uses the powers of the struggling masses who produce the government chiefly to repay the conwealth and pay the taxes. The Re- tributors of those corruption funds. It publican party now, as In the" past, exalts money, the servant: it debases ranges itself with the idle holders of man, the master. Applause. Idle capital, with the bondholder and Lincoln's Warning the money changer. The Democrats "The growth of trusts and the poliof Kentucky declare that their faith in bimetallism has been vindicated by cies of the Republican party forcibly events; that the necessity for the res- recall the language of one of the great toration of the double standard was men of that party. In a message to acknowledged by President McKinley congress in 1861 Abraham Lincoln said and the congress when, In 1897, a com- this: " 'Monarchy itself Is sometimes hintmission was sent to Europe to entreat other nation, to aid us in ed at as a possible refuge from the bimetallism; that the failure of power of the people. In my present this commission to secure European position I could scarcely be justified establishes the fact that were I to omit raising a warning voice the free coinage of silver can come against this approach of returning desonly throu-- '' the Independent action potism. It is not needed or fitting here of the . United States, and that the that a general argument should be present leg-- ' ratio of 16 to 1 is the made in favor of popular institutions, only ratio at which bimetallism can but there is one point with its connecDe restored, ana tnat opposition to tion not so hackneyed as most others that ratio is confined to those who op- to which I ask a brief attention. It pose bimetallism at any ratio, and to Is to the effort to p'ace capital on an those who ignore the reasons which equal footing with, if not above, labor led three national conventions to In the stru :ure of government. It Is adopt it assumed that labor is available only "And in order to emphasize, as noth- in connection with capital, that noing else could emphasize, their con- body labors unless, somebrdy else ownviction and purpose with reference to ing capital somehow, by the use of It, this great question, the Democracy of induces him to labor. Labor Is prior Kentucky have in their platform nom- to and independent of capital. Capital inated as their candidate for the presi- is only the fruit of labor, and could dency next year AVilliara Jennings never have existed if labor had not Bryan, and as their candidate to suc- first existed. Labor is the superior of ceed William Lindsay in the federal capital, and deserves muchthe higher senate Joseph C. S. Blackburn. Great consideration.' cheering. "It is only through the party of Jefferson and Jackson that this ration DKADLY TRUSTS. can be saved from complete subjecPolicy of the Democratic ami Repub- tion to the money power and the trusts. Cheers. lican Parties Aptly Conipurccl. "The Democratic platform pledges of,"The Democratic platform approves and the Republican platform dethe party to renewed efforts to suppress the trusts. It declares in favor mands the repeal of the statute amending the election law enacted by the of an amendment to the anti-truassembly. The gist of statute now on the statue books mak- last general is that It takes from the that statute ing nonenforcible any contract made county judges and confers upon by any trust, or any member of any commissioners in each countythree the trust with a view to fix or regulate power to appoint each year the preprices or control production. In other cinct election officers that are to conwords, no trusts, and no member of elections, the county any trust or combination, shall be per- duct being appointed by a commissioners state board mitted to recover in the courts of the of three commissioners chosen by the commonwealth the price of any article general assembly. that Is the product of any trust. "The trust is among the greatest of ELECTION LAW. the evils of the time. Trusts are formed and operated through corpora- Its Real Provisions und Workings Are tions. The corporation is a creature Lucidly Explained. of the government. Theoretically all "This statute was rendered necescorporations are created for the pub- sary by the frauds by which the vote lic good. When they abuse their privwas ileges and menace the public welfare of Kentucky given in 1896 taken from By to Bryan and laws should be enacted to prevent the what means were these McKinley. the frauds in abuses or to revoke the privileges election of 1896 committed? By the abused. "The tendency of the trusts of this deliberate and systematic violation of day Is to produce a condition like that the most important provision of the which was produced by what was secret ballot election law, designed to frauds, known as the feudal system in Europe prevent directed namely, that provision which that at each voting 400 and 500 years ago. Our histories be a teach us that In that time and under precinct there shall among division ot officers the that system nearly all wealth which ical election contesting in thethe politparties election. then consisted largely In land was There never was a secret ballot elecowned by a select class known as the tion law enacted anywhere that did nobility. The great body of the people not contain that safeguard against were tenants and servitors upon the fraud. imland, many passing with the iand like portant?Why Is that provision so the cattle upon It With the develop-- , of the law Because by other provisions It directed immediment of constitutional liberty the feu- - ately upon theisclosing of that polls the the dal system disappeared. The trust of ballots shall be counted, and immedithis day tends to impoverishment of ately upon conclusion of the counting the many to enrich the few. It means the ballots shall be destroyed, and then corrupUon of government, the pur- the voter Is prohibited from testifying chase of special privileges and use of in any proceeding, civil or criminal, the power thus acquired to plunder obvious that under the masses of the people. It enables bow he voted. It iselection officers act system, if Its operators to control both produc- such a corruptly, they can with Impunity tion and consumption. It robs pro- make the result of an election what employe alike. It ducer, consumer-an- d choose without reference how means what the concentration of theyvotes were cast The ballotstobeing great wealth In the hands of the few the destroyed, and the voter prohibited has meant In all ages and in all counimtries the making of mere dependents from testifying how he voted, it is the to prove the fraud. When of the great body of people, depriving possible are divided among the political them of all hopes of progress or inde- offices of pendence. It is founded in heartless parties,canthe representatives they each It are greed, and is at war with fundamental party theysee to see" andit if will to that no prlnc'ples cf republican institutions honest In the ballots is made, and and the dearest rights of mankind. Re- false countrefuse to Join In certifying they will publican government can not coexist any other than the honest result with complete domination of the trust "From the time that Carried to its logical conclusion, the election law was offeredthe bill for the in trust Is more destructive of individual every time I have publicly the senate, independence than a monarchical form thing about this law I have said anystated this of government Either the people In the election of the elecmust control the trusts or the trusts fact officers of the city 1896 Louisville tion of will rule the people. were so appointed that at over 40 pre"The chief means through which was not a single election trusts are established and maintained cincts there has are the single gold standard and a high officer for Bryan. This statement one. never been questioned protective tariff. The Democratic par- Under these circumstances bya any majority ty is and always has been unalterably of 13,000 was turned out in Jefferson opposed to both; the Republican party county for McKinley. It would have Applause. is responsibe for both. been quite as easy to have made the Sherman anti-tru- st "The majority 23,000, and there can be no law enacted by congress contains a doubt that if the Democratic majority section declaring that no proceeding in the First and Second congressional shall be instituted under it except districts had not been underestimated upon direction of the United States by the Republican party leaders and district attorney for the district in their allies in that contest the McKinwhich the proceeding Is brought, or ley majority In Louisville and Jefferupon the direction of the attorney gen- son county would have been much eral of the United States. No grand larger than it was. We have the auJury can act Independently under the thority of Hon. John S. Rhea for this law. The law has been a dead letter Several weeks before the election ever since Its enactment It nevsr was fact Reof 1896 it became known to be enforced and never will publican county judge that the intended of Monroe be by a Republican administration. county had grossly violated the law "Mr. Attorney General Griggs has requiring a division of the election publicly declared his reason for his officers. Mr. Rhea's brother and a failure to enforce the federal anti- friend went to Tompkinsville, the trust statute to be that the federal county seat of Monroe county, .ind government can nq suppress them, called the attention of the county and that the trust question Is one that judge to this violation of the law, aDd must be dealt with by the states them- demanded a division of the election ofselves. ficers. The county, judge promptly "At the last session of the Kentucky agreed to comply with the demand, general assembly the Democratic ma- and told the Democrats to select their jority of the house of representatives list of officers, which they did, and the passed an anti-trubill, offered by Judge appointed them. On the evening Mr. Bradburn of Bowling Green, before the election this county judge which, in my judgment, would have revoked the appointments thus made, reappointed the officers he had originally appointed, and the next day mono-metallic st ; ed st August 30, 1899. DEFI OF GOEBEL Keynote Sounded In tlie Kentucky State Campaign. Mm ALL ISSUES APTLY DEFINED. Position Hie of the Loyal Democrat In Present Vital Contest. ANSWER TO E'CH QUERY. Dis- Gallant Standard Rearer Fearlessly cusses Problems of Ihe Day. REPUBLICAN MISRULE ARRAIGNED. Sturdy Democrats of the Blue Cross State Formally nail Auspiciously Open at. Mayfleld a StriiRslc of National Interest ami Significance. SHycr, Trusts, Expansion nrnl State Problems Lucidly Touched Upon by Speaker In the Presence of a Mighty Throng. f'e The keynote In the Kentucky state campaign was sounded, at Mayfleld on Saturday. Aug. 12, by Hon. William Goebel, Democratic nominee for governor. Six thousand of the stalwart Democracy of Graves, the bianer Democratic county cf the state, gathered at the county seat and gave enthusiastic welcome to the standard bearer of the party. Senator Goebel, in his speech, clearly defined the issues of the campaign. His arguments were tel!i-- g and clear. During the delivery of his peroration, Mr. Goebel was moniectErily overcome by the intense heat, an incident which for a time caused some alarm. He was compelled to give way to Senator Blackburn, who made an eloquent defense of the principles of Democracy, and at its conclusion. Senator Goebel finished his masterly address. The immense meeting was held in the shadeless courthouse yad at May-fiel- d, and despite the great heat, the auditors remained to the 'very last On the platform was noticed an immense picture of Hon. 'William J. Bryan, which the crowd cheered again and again. Senator Blackburn and Senator Goebel were escorted to the speaker'3 stand by Hon. Samuel Crossland and Judge J. E. Robblns of Mayfleld. greeted Tumultuous cheering the party. Mr. Crossland acted as chairman, and in his Introductory address eulogized Mr. Goebel's public and private record. Mr.. Crossland also scathingly referred to the bolter's meeting at Mayfleld. alio 1 llWec mance "I now introduce to you, gentlemen," said Mr. Crossland, "our candidate. Senator Goebel, who will lead oui) fight in the coming campaign, who will help to the senus to assure the ate of Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn and carry to a glorious victory the banner Cheers. of W. J. Bryan." Mr. Goebel said: "Fellow Citizens: We are entering upon the initial battle of the great national conflict of 1900. Now, as In 1S96, the corrupt and corrupting forces that seek to perpetuate their control of government, to enrich themselves at the expense of the masses of the people, are engaged in an effort fraudulently to take Kentucky's electoral vote from Bryan and transfer it to McKinley; to prevent the election to the federal senate of Blackburn. Kentucky's foremost champion of bimetallism, and to subject Kentucky permanently to the domination of Hanna-isand Hunterism, and all that they imply. FOE OF DEMOCRACY. Big Railway Corporation Arraigned For Dipping In Politics. "In 1896 the most effective instrument that aided in fraudulently taking Kentucky's electoral vote from Bryan and giving it to McKinley was the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company. Today the chief influence that is endeavoring to repeat the foul work of 1896 is the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company. Now, as in 1896, the means employed to this end are the subsidizing of newspapers, the coercion and intimidation of employes and dependents, and an attempt to divide the Democratic party. "The true reason for this course of the most powerful monopoly of the commonwealth is found not so much in the pretended apprehension of hostile state legislation for no such legislation is or has been proposed but in the fact that those who own and control that corporation have a greater interest than any other persons on earth in the maintaining of the single gold standard. "The Louisville and Nashville Railroad company is controlled by the who are and for many years have been the American representatives of the Rothschilds. Mr. August Belmont is the chairman of the executive board of the directory of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company. The Cleveland-Carlisl- e gold bond sale contract was signed 'August Belmont & Co.. on behalf of Messrs. N. M. Rothschilds & Sons of London, and themselves.' "None have a greater interest in maintaining the single gold standard than the Rothschilds and the because they are the largest holders of American securities on earth. The agency through which tney can most effectively work in Kentucky is the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company. Now, as in 1896, that corporation employs every known engine of coercion and intimidation against the Democratic party. "Now, as in 1896, it uses the monej gathered by It from the people of Kentucky to send broadcast over the commonweal th. many thousands' of free m Bel-mon- ts, Bel-mon- ts, Kentucky Democratic Platform ors the White Metal. Fav- "The platform adopted by the Democracy of Kentucky this year is as clear and unequivocal a defiance of all the forces of monopoly and concentrated wealth as the national platform of 1896 itself. It reaffirms without qualification that national platform, and Insists upon the Independent free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. Money is a measure of value, a medium of exchange. It Is an established economic principle that as the volume of primary money, which is the basis of all business exchanges, decreases, the value of all property measured in the medium of exchange decreases. And as the volume of primary money increases, the value of property measured In or by it increases. Also, as the amount of primary money Is lessened, the purchasing power of the dollar is Increased. From the foundation of the government until 1873 both gold and silver constituted primary money of this country being freely received at the mints without discrimination against either metal, and without charge for mintage. In 1873, without demand therefor from any political party, without discussion of the matter, without open or public demand from any business interest, but secretly and surrentltltfualy, silver was d- - Hon. Godfrey W. Hunter turned out pca.s last ywr, n-z- z eppcsinoa to the largest Republican majority the aw the basis of bU canvass. He debated. Naitlier h nor ?ny one i county ever gave has "There is nothing better known than kind even pretended Oat wrtm- contributed to result the fact that In 1896 no definite knowl- a. complete answer the every Tail to objeftioa edge could be had as to what was the Republican majority In the Eleventh that has been made to this law congressional district for a week after to "Governor Bradley In his mjusir, the general assembly that the election. The reports as to what that majority was were changed every thisa law recommended tothe to- --t ia"t prcveei day. and the Republican majority grew of new election law Uon frauds. with every change. It Is reasonably did not meet The bill for the aev lZ his views and he vetwrf certain that if the returns of the elecIt but even he tion In 1896 from the other parts of new law Is betterhas declared hat th. than the old .aw the state had not yet reached Frankwhich the Republican platform iZ fort the returns from the Eleventh mands a return. congressional district would still be "No held back. In 1896, In the Eleventh doubts congressional district, the requirement Hobson that but for this law would not now be Jude l of the law that the election officers aPPcals- - No well-inf- o 4ea should be divided among, the political man doubts that but tr parties contesting In the election was this law without reference to hr wholly disregarded. The records of the votes may cast-tresults r the Bell county court show this re- the elections be yearhe this and next markable fact concerning the election would have been determined "ew 1896. precinct election favor of One of the of the Republican partv officers appointed by the county Jud:e objection ineir of Bell county for one of the precincts onnonents real nnt ctnto- - to th 'w An tfc of the town of Middlesboro was Hon. is that this law Insures hone. Daniel G. Colson, then the Republican ' This law member of congress for that district tions. v.... ... .1 takes . the vote of 1" ti.nT... in that Hanr.a uui ui me vote market i and a candidate for established In Kertti. election. Is it any wonder that a maIt destroys the assumed " jority of 16.000 was turned out for Mc- 1896. right able of the Republican part Kinley in that district? The wonder steal elections. It is the Is that the majority was not 26,000. the Democracy of A Remedy. erected to repel the Inva- -' "In only one way could Indefinite Hannalsm, and it will prove to prevent a repetition of the tb. repetition of these frauds be preventApplause. ed. That way was by changing the 1896. "The Democratic platform it appointing power so as to render It certain that at every voting precinct and the Republican platform bill offered by Senator M In the commonwealth the Democratic party would be represented by two and passed at the last session f real Democrats, as well as the Repub- general assembly, which was . lican party by two Republicans; and by the governor. Applause. this the new law does. "If that bill had become a ' "Many misrepresentations were ut- railroad commission would ha tered and published about this new empowered by it to fix mriximt law. It was asserted that no penalty for the carrying of freights on for offenses committed by election of- roads in this commonwealth, ii ficers was provided by the new law, to prevent discrimination ar.r! and consequently there was no law tion. Several years before tN s providing punishment for suck of- assembly had enacted se;ti-m fenses. But in the suit to test the val- the Kentucky statutes, which idity of the law the appellate court ad- took to define the offense of y "IT. ;. judged, as the advocates of the law bv railwav r.irrlprs iml -: had contended, that the penalties pro- penality for Its commission. T vided by the original secret ballot elec- 1896, the court of appeals a ' tion law remained In force and were this statute insufficient to s;n applicable to every wrong done after prosecution, Decause the g" u the enactment of the new law. It was sembly had not by law fixed a claimed that because the new stat- mum rate for freight carrying. ute did not provide for appeals to the powered the railroad comm:- courts from decisions of election con- do so. To remedy this defrt th test boards in election contests, there- Chord bill was passed. The bill .. fore that right was destroyed. But the It the duty of the railroad comi. court of appeals decided, as the Dem- upon complaint of extortion to ocrats contended, that the right of ap- notice of a hearing, to hear the peal to the courts remained unaffected on both sides, and. if it is f o In every case in which there was such extortionate rate was being r'i,right before the new law was enacted. to fx a Just and reasonable ratp v "The Republican platform declares should be the maximum rate that the law 'comu-it- s broad power to after to be charged, and the b irresponsible commissioners not cho- of a greater rate should be deem, a ex" sen by or accountable to the people tortion and punished by fine. for their acts.' To whom Is a county M'CIIORDJIIEASURK. judge in any of the mountain counties having large Republican majorities re- How It Would Operate to the ISen. f.t sponsible? And what would such a of the People. judge care for criticism because he had "From the foundation of the not. In appointing election officers, dimonwealth to the present time vided them among the old political statute parties? Under the old law the action every law has fixed the charge vi tollgate keeper might of the county judge in appointing elecfrom tion officers could not be reviewed, nor pike the citizen for travel on a ' road. From the founda k could he be removed from office nor be in any wise punished for disregarding the commonwealth to the pres-nthe law governing the appointment of the law has controlled the chars;. election officers. There can scarcely be every ferryman might exact for a imagined a more irresponsible power ing the citizen over a waterway. V. than that conferred by the old law is it that railway corporations sh.u : be above the law? upon the county judge. "The Louisville and Nashville Ri "But the new law empowers the state commissioners to remove from road company exacts from the p. of Hardin county more to carry f office at any time any county commissioner, so that whenever any county to and from the Louisville m commissioner violates the law there than it exacts for carrying freight is an immediate remedy by bringing tween Louisville and Nashvi'i" v the matter to the attention of the state than four times the distance. T company exaofs more for e board. Ing from Earh- "K was said this law was without mines, coalHopkins the in county, to Mm: precedent, but In Ohio the Republican the party has for years had in operation a ville. In carrysame county, than coal from these v law which vests in one man, the secre acts to through Madisonvllle, In th? . tary of state, the power to appoint train, and drawn by the same Iocn county election commissioners for all counties in the state save those con- tlve engine, to EvansviUe. Inr taining the large Republican cities; Chesapeake and Ohio Rai'wav and in those excepted counties, which pany charges more for carry! t; usually go Republican even when the from the Carter county mines to v state goes Democratic, the power to ap- Sterling than it charges to v point the election commissioners is from those mines through M'. S vested in the mayors. The Republican ling to Lexington. The Louisville press of Ohio, of course, continues to Nashville Railroad company rh.i denounce the 'Infamous' Kentucky more to carry freight over"th K tucky Central division from Ci" n election law. to Falmouth and Cynthiana "In Virginia, the home of Jeffer- charges to carry freight to Lxi-'-thi r son, the father of the Democratic parThese are examples of a pra"n c ty, the general assembly at every session, by joint resolution, appoints a Is followed by railroad corpi: board of three election commissioners all over the commonwealth wh there for every county in the commonwealth, water. Is not competition by i.i At who in turn appoint the registration ' way freight noncompetitive poirt charges are made and election officers. Mahoneism has cordance with the axiom of given the people of Virginia a proper management once expressed bv " appreciation of the Importance of this subject, and they have therefore placed William H. Vanderbilt and a' 11 It upon the same plane with the high- cording to the rule enuncinted lr. est function of government the exer- Collis P. Huntington, namely. 'All t cise of the sovereign legislative power. the traffic will bear.' "In the last report to the conr "In Tennessee, the home of Jackson, than whom there was no greater Dem- the United States Interstate oomr. commissioners declare it to be ocrat, nor truer man, the governor anlal to the preventing of extortin nually appoints three election commissioners for each county, who in discrimination by railway corpor.r In Interstate freight turn appoint the election officers. The power be conferred uponcarrying that com people of Tennessee have had a longer sion to fix maximum rates. An1 experience with Republican frauds report the result of the wan- under a secret ballot system than have that power by this the people of Kentucky, and that ex- clared to be: the commission is perience has taught them what Is nec" 'A gross discrimination be'v, essary to prevent those frauds. Individuals and gross preference-twee- n Phase of the Opposition. localities, which almost alw "I have confidence not only In the favor the strong and oppress the w wisdom, but in the integrity, of John Probably no one thing today doe- W. Daniel and compeers of Virginia, much to force out the small ope' r and build up those trusts and m" and Isham G. Harris, Benton McMil-liagainst which law and p" Robert L. Taylor, William B. Bate and other Democrats of Tennessee. opinion alike beat In vain, as dis Thbir brand of - Democracy is good in freight rates.' enough for me. even if it does not suit 'Many of the states have such ' of Mr. Henry Watterson as was contemplated by the McO the tastes and Colonel W. C. P. Breckinridge, bill, among them Nebraska. The and I believe that these Tennesseeans test with reference to this matter and Virginians have at least as much Kentucky Is substantially tb it w honesty as W. Godfrey Hunter, W. S. Mr. Bryan fought In Nebraska to ' Taylor and other Republican party tain lower freight rates for the p Applause. leaders of Kentucky. of that state and to prevent favon' m "The character of the opposition to between Individuals and localities. T'i Is the best evidence of its Nebraska railroad commission, unl- r this law necessity and wisdom. Every corrupt the law of that state, fixed maximum and malign influence in the common- rates for railway freight carrying. The wealth or out of it that concerns itself .railway corporations contested in 'he g with our elections opposed the enact- courts the validity of the law ment of this law, denounces It now, the power to fix rates upon the It repeal. When the bill commission, and also justness of 'he and demands for the law was pending th,e railroad rates fixed. That litigation was lobby, the book trust lobby and every rled to the supreme court of the Vother corrupt influence at Frankfort States, and there the Nebraska 'aw used every possible means to defeat it was adjudged valid, but the cause 'va agency that fought remanded for the fixing of a greater Every influence and the Democracy in 1896 and helped to rate than that fixed by commissio" steal Kentucky's vote opposed the en- which the court adjudged to be too actment of this law, and is against it low. In that contest the people of Nenow. braska were represented by their at"The best test of any law is its practorney, Mr. William Jennings Bryar tical operation. In November of last "The decision in the Nebraska case year we had an election nnder this was rendered after 'he adjournnw law. It is conceded that that election the general assembly that passtJ was as fairly conducted as any election the McChord bill. That decision esever held In the commonwealth. Two tablishes the proposition that was afcontests for seats in congress grew out firmed by the advocates of the Mof that election, both contests being cChord bill in the discussion concernmade by the Republican candidates, ing it, namely:- - That by conferring but in neither case ias there any upon a railway commission the power claim of wrong under or by reason of to fix maximum rates no wrong caa this law. Judge Jones, the Republican raHway corporations, because candidate for Jutlgo of the court of ap- - come to d, fair-mind- jfi falr-mlmd- h e . . n . . : - - : . ' . - i ' -- i" -- j cp-r- j i : . n, : 7 toaf---rln- d fCO.STISUBD OX FOURTH PAOB.l daugerojwlyiilI!fnf rmott'erMwistcralamUtwol mi t Cj 1 .rfcsr We hays a special inducement IN TIIE WAY OF A.... I r 4$ BARGAIN C X NI X t I! FOR ELDERLY FEET Wo carry a line of SHOES TO LIVE IN shoes which feel comfortable un- Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers. f 2, 3 and 4 Dollar Shoes for 50c, 75e and $1.00. I Come Early And Get Yonr Choice. 3 VSjfiSB I I der all circumstances and yet wear longer tlmn the average footwear is tiie kind wo are offering our cus- SHOES are the embodiment of comfort. While conforming to tho present styles they are roomy and easy. The T tonderest feet will not feel tho con-4- tlnincr lenther. X Made in all sizes in Black and Russet Jjk$k JiiSpX Calf, Goat, etc. Fliable but durable. Qualify excel lent. Prices moderate X which s j T tomers. Every shoe in tho lot is finished as carefully as the best custom bootmaker would do it. Made of excellent material. Handsome and stylish and smooth as silk inside, and we are offering them at astonishingly low prices. ISpusyBee Cash Store's Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimere Knee All-wo- ol - NEW FALL so j I STYLES I 6 V 6 6 07V SALE! I Covington & Mitchell. A beautiful Chickertng piano, made The 6tore house now occupied by of mahogany, can be purchased from Mrs. L. P.Todd on Main street, will jnel4-t- f G. W. Evans. J r., for G0. be rented for remainder of this year, possession given July 1st. J. E. W. A. Wallace, formerly of Paint Gkkknleaf, Assignee. my31-tf- . Lick, made an assignment at Paris last Henry Koeliler & Company. week to the Central Trust Company. Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., inThomas G. Howard and Miss vite correspondence with Mill men Prcvy Witt, of Silver Creek, were who have lumber for sale. They buy married at tho clerk's ofllco Thursday. Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, Dry or Green. Write them. apr5-6t- n ICow is the time to get you a new hat. We have tho correct things in Examination For Appointees to A. and M. College. both soft and stiff. Covington & Mit An examination for appointees to chell. normal Big picnic at Malory Springs the College, department of the A. and M. Lexington, will bo held in Thursday. This is the closing ball of the office of the County Superintendent the season and a large crowd is exSaturday, 8optember 0. pected. Were the curtain of time to roll back, and the performer of twenty-fiv- e years ago to appear on the scene, what a revelation last night's performance WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 30, - - 18OT. would hnvo been to him. How he would have wondered at the simplicity Dr. Hobson, Dentist. of arrangements of his day, and the Call in and settle your subscription magnificence of the drapery of the present day, when a little burnt cork court day. and a banjo constituted a performer Call and see the new fall derby, while now it requires all tho present the latest thing in hats. Covington & grandeur of a colossal attraction like Mitchell. tiie Barlow Minstrels to satisfy the Poosey was visited Saturday by a public. Ever' aggregation has its heavy hail storm and prcat damage to stars, but none cast their rays brighter than do the Barlow Minstrels' raagnifl-cecrops resulted. aggregation of star performers. Look at the label on your paper New Orleans Daily Picayune. and if your time has expired call and At Opera House Saturday night, Sepsettle court day. tember 2. Gov. Bradly has issued a proclama Annual Conference. tion setting apart Monday. September The annual Conference of theM. E. 4, as labor day. church south, convenes at Carlisle toWe have received the new fall day. Revs. G. W. Young and T. S. hats all styles. Come and seo them. Hubert, of this city, will attend. Covington & Mitchell. For Rent. The Richmond Climax. Colored A. M. Fair, Lexington, 12-1- Xt., Sep. trip from all stations in Kentucky via tho Queen & Crescent route for the above event. Ask agents for particulars. Farm Sold. tember Onn fare for the round CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock 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. of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. wild with excitement RICHMOND is for which THE BUSYat the BEE i'li'J Mr. Shelby Jett sold last week to Squiro It. R. Wells, his farm ol 212 acres, situated near Doylesyille, for fo,500. Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for nt Mr. Jett also sold to Mrs. Cassie Durham a tarra of about 90 acres for $2,500; possession to be given January 1000. Mr. Jett1 will not leave Madi son if he can purchase another farm in the county. Has Its Price. children. 19c. per pair. Boy's $2 00 and Children's Strictly Knee Pants, double knee and double seat, all colors, worth 7oe. per pair are yours in this sale for 39c. $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go at $1.49; Onr $3 60. $4.50 and $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2.C9, all stvles, "Cream of the Stock." - Louisville Post. Honest confession is good for the soul. But tell us how much the L. & N. paid when it bought you the lime ou bolted Hardin and supported Brad ley; how much it paid you the time you bolted Bryan and supported Mc- Kinley; and how much it is now pay ing you lor lighting the Democratic cket and supporting tho bolter, John Young Brown? Jackson Hustler. Mr. T. T. Covington Won. The Evening Post ia published to sell and It is for Bale to all on eqnal terms. Boy's $1.25 and $ 1.60 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Reefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 14, the price in this clearance sale only 89c. Bis Boy's Long Pants Cassimero Stilts worth $3.00 and $4.00 will disappear in this clearance salo at $1.9S. 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 sale at $4.98. CHANCES Men's Uood Cawimere Suits well made, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5, $G and $7 will be closed in this clearance sale All-wo- m mm wm for mt at $2 OS. Men's Fine Suits, choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted, sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds ecotches and clays, every suit in the lot worth and sold everywhere from $3 to $12, take your choice and pick in this sale at $1.98. Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladies' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.25 go In this sale at 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes tn lace and congress worth $I.6u will be dished ont to you 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 U shoes, they go in this sale at $13. Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. The bird shoot was won by Mr. T. T. Covington with all ease. Wo are willing to put Mr. Covington agaiust any one arm shot in America, no one T.Covington Dr. V. II. Hobson 20 17 14 14 12 10 4 wide Serges, Ilenlrettas, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width goods worth 35c and 50c per yard, will be slaughtesed in this sale at 18c per yd. Nothing reserved. Organdies that were 25c and X5c per yard are now 12i(c 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 2J, 3, 4. and some 8's that were formerly sold at $1.25, $1.50 and $2 will be closed in this salo at 50c Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a "T." You can make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashionable tailor-mad- e carments worth from $14 to $10, they go in this sale at $8.48. per pair. i T.J. Smith- - 1 Reward. After Saturday night, September A reward of $10 is offered for informa2, the It N. I. & B. special Saturday tion leading to the arrest and convicDijestcs Dyspepsia Tablets A free and easy expectoration is pro- night service will be discontinued. tion of the party or parties, who have Do not gripe nor Irritate the alimenaug30-2- t Oiv'i'.styttUr fool if your etomnch can duced by a few doses of Coussen's Honey tary canal. They net gently yet been shooting the partridges on the of Tar, in all cases of Hoarseness, Sore promptly, cleanse effectually and liot. All drugglbts sell them at 25 Throat, or difficulty of breathing, Price Mr. E C. Wines has purchased an four mile road, near the fair ground. jits.box. 25 and DO cents at Perry & Thomas' interest in the drug business of Dougaug30-lMadison Gun Club. IjfcfVe aug2-lrdrug store. las & Wells, the firm nnme now being Large problems are and Sold by all druggists. 25 cents. New Wall Paper House in Richmond. E. C. Wines & Co. The joyless man robs others of joy. tak' many masterminds. The drug firm of Perry & Thomas To bear misfortune cnlmly, is to have A large number of Madison county has installed a perfectly beautiful lin a fortune. people attended the Tates Creek Bap- ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. tist Association at Mt. Tabor, Garrard Leeds, a skilled "To Throw Good Money Alter Bad artist, to hang and county, yesterday. decorate rooms to suit all tastes and Will but increase my pain." If you Lamplighter, tho fastest greyhound purses. No trouble to show goods. have thrown away money for medicines that did not and could not cure, why mile aug23-t- f in tho world will run a should you not now begin taking race against a thoroughbred horse at Winchester Court. Hood's Sarsnparilla, the medicine that the Nelson County Fair. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports never disappoints? Thousands of peo J. condition There will be a big picnic at Slate about 400 cattle on the market, most of ple who were in your say it was and took Hood's Sarsaparilla the Lick Springs on next Saturday, where which were heifers and sold from 3 to best investment tliey ever made, for it dancing, etc, will be freely indulged 3Jc. One lot steers brought 4c; brought them health. in. Everybody invited to attend. good oxen, 4c; about 150 good mounHood's Pills cure sick headache, indiAll parties having claims ugainst tain ewes brought $1; good average gestion. mule colts, horses, $25, mares, $35. the Madison Fair Association urn re.lL.1Vr.tl 1fll The man who can give no reason for - Capt. John D. Fcony quested to present same at once to W. Enters. ds opinions is the hardest to change. R. Letcher, Treasurer, for payment. In tills issue Cnpt. J. D. Feeny makes Blotches and excrescences, which so Mat S. Cohen bought from Louts formal announcement ot his candidacy ften annoy people, are simply efforts Neale and Jako White, Friday, a five for Chief of Police. Capt. Feeny is of natnre to throw off impediments to year old mare for $135, also from Stone well known to all of our people, the proper performance of tier unties VrJ'Jl of the Herbine will aid and assist nature in &Schobert, of Versailles, a fine mare having been a member her work, and ensure a skin clear and Harvey Chenault... Dr. II. C.Jasper Schoolfleld J. Greenleaf Fine Jacquads, Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods, Former price 75o and 85c per yard will bo slaughtered in this sale at 40c per yard. Nothing reserved. Special Clearanco Sale saving on Ladies' Keady-mad- o White Underwear, Ladies' Ready-mad- e Dret-Skirts, Car- pets and Lace Cuitains. Tlirsc goods have felt the keen edge of our cold Bteel and stand out to you as the grentcst uargaius we aru ouering in mis huic, :isk id ecu mem. Not an article in the entire big store left untouched, this sale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping and a great ppace cleaning sale for us- - AVe must have room for our fall stock and the only way we see to get it is to actually "ivo away and throw out several thousand dollars worth of the best goods wo have to our customers and let them profit" by our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. . Hood's Pills 4 til i - m a many-side- d, Comfort A Great Bie Lot of Men's "Toe Linen" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants "the best" Camlet, will be closed at 39c per pair. CASI1 CLEARANCE SALE to New York Mills Bring along your CASH when you come for these bargains and save time and a refusal of credit, for this is a irake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Very Respectfnllv. - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN .1 in t Hid one-ha- lf M .3 diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting. 1 gave It sue" remedies as are usually given in such cases, but as nothing gave reliet. we sent tor a pnysician and it was under his care for a week. At this time the child had been sick for about ten days and was having about twenty-fiv- e operations of the bowela every twelve hourH. 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 foi tho better; by its continued use a complete cure was brought about and it is now perfectly healthy. C. L. Bogcs, Stumptown. Gilmer county, V. Vn For sale by Perry & Thomas, druggists. nug2-l- M 1) il SOO-l- b - Is closing out at TO QUIT ;1 gg 18 Everything must be sold in the next We have goods that are seasonable now also for Fall,and Winter. Sup- ply yourselves at once as these Bargains willnot last long. -- " - s "1 One Large Safe, " : Oash Register and Tables For sale. Remember everything at cost to Quit Business. 1 local force since 1870. and if elected to this important trust will bring to the and James Simpson, Ed Wheeler uieciose oi its nonorous duties an un who were tried in Squire Cotton's court flinching courage and an incorruptible at Kirksville, were fined $00 and ten integrity. nug23-tf- . days in jail for shooting on ihe public Recruits For The Philippines. highway. Lieut. It. M. Shearer was in this city -- Mr. T. J. Coyle, of Berea, was here Friday to secure recruits for Philip Monday in the interest of the Berea pine services. The following young Fair, which will bo held September men were examined and accepted 21 and 22. The meeting promises to Jesse Kennedy, Arthur B Jones and be the most successful over held at that Thos. Coyle. Four others were exam place. inea out rejected. The young men On September 20th, Messrs. E. C. left Saturday for Columbus, Ohio, and and E. P. Million, executors of G. B. will proceed from there to San Fran Million, dcc'd.,will sell a lot of person- cisco, thence to the Philippines. al property and also have several good An Imperishable Capital. $1,200 a year Re farms for sale. See ad elsewhere in alized From an Investmtnl el $65 or this issue. $90 For sn Education. -- Northern Michigan, extremely low The above stntement has been made rate excursion, Queen & Crescent and by hundreds of graduates of the BusiPennsylvania lines Petoskoy, Traverse ness or the Shorihnnd and Typewriting City, Mackinac, August 31, September departments of the famous Commer2 and 6, good 30 days to return. Ask cial College of Kentucky University. and who are occupying fine positions! ticket agent for full particulars. Tho Barlow Minstrels Is the best For catalogue and full particulars ad' only WiLnutt R. Smith, minstrel attraction that has played here dress Lexington. Ky. season. It is fun and enjoyment this $15 90 to New York Cily And Return. from start to finish, nothing drags, and The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway the singing is the best by long odds, that has been heard lately on tho lo will sell round trip tickets from Win Chester to New York City and return, cal stage. Peoria, 111., Journal See them at Opera House Saturday at tho low rate of $15 00. TickeUon sale September 1,2, 3 and 4. Good to night, September 2. return up to September 80th. Stop over W. H. Shanks lias the kind of n allowed at Washington. For further father all of us would like to have. A information call at Phoenix Hotel and deed Is being recorded from Mr. S. H. Depot Ticket Offices. Shanks to him'in consideration ol love Geo. W. Barney, and aflectiou" transferring the farm up D. V A., Lexington, Ky, on which Will lives, of 453 acres and A Fins Gun Bisplay. valued at $20,000. Mr. ShanUs not There is not to be fouud in Richmond long ago gave Mrs. T. A. Rtce the Lackey farm of 368 acres, valued at a more attractive show window than $19,000. that oi 1). n. snacKeilorti & uo., in which Is artistically arranged the fin Messrs. White and Bush have re est display of guns ever brought to this of their Opera House, sumed control State. This reliable firm, realizisg the after having rented it for the past year demand for firet-claguns, havn added gentle to Mr. Louis Blakeman. These to their stock until it is as complete aa men propose to tun this house on a can be found this side of Cincinnati higher scale than ever before und cor Give them a call and examine the! dially invite the public to witness tho guns before going elsewhere. numerous plays which will b given there during tho coming season Tho house will bo opened Saturday night September 2, with the famous Barlow Minstrels. for $225. ss -- The Rev. W. B. Costley.of Stock- bridge, Ga., while attending to bis pastoral duties at Ellenwood, that State, was attacked by cholera morbus. Ho says: "By chancel Happened to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Co'.lc. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, beautiful, entirely free from all imper- and I think it was the means of saving tor fections. Price 50 cents. For sale by my life. It relieved meat once sale by Perrv & Thomas, druggists. Perry & Thomas, druggists. aug2-lang2-- l m Capital and labor go welt enough to In Sweden good hotels are erected by gether, but the trouble is too many men the communities in places whero it is are trying to get capital without labor. thought tourists would like to tarry. Sad. Slool Core Free. Wbat Sot to Say. Eating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers, Can- Nose, Eye, Lip. Ear. Iseck. not say "I can't eat." Take erof the Breast, Stomach. Legs, or Arms, are Hood's SarsaDariila and say. "I am all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blond hungry all tho time, and food nover Balm), which ts made especially to burts me. Never sav to X'our friends that you cure all terrible Blood Diseaws. Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem are as tired in the morning as at night. ishes, Sri of U la, that resist other treat- If thev hannen to be sharp tney will ments, are quickly cured by B. B. B. tell vou Hood's Sarsaparilla cures that (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, tired feeling. Do not say. "fliy tace is mil oi pirn PiuiDles. Ked, itclitntr tvzema. bcales. You are quite likely to be told Blisters, Kod or Krown 1'atcbes, Blotches. pie--.Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc. are all due by some one, " I Here s no need oi tunc, to bad blood, and hence easily cured for Hood's Sarsaparilla cures pimples " by B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison it is lmnronerand unnecessary to say, literally driren from the svstem bv B. Mr health is poor and my blood ia Hood's Sarsaparilla will give U. Is. (Botanic Blood Balm), lu one to bad" hve mouths. Is. Is. B. does not contain you good blood. And good health will vegetable or mineral poison. One bot follow as a natural consequence. ang2-ltie will test it In any case. For sale b druegists everywhere. Larue bottles $l,.six for $5. Send for a free sample bottle, whlcli will ne sent by return mail. When you write, describe symp toms, and personal tree medical advice IN, will bo clven. Address .Blood Balm uo , 438 Mitchell street, Atlanta, (in. m m No Otm known tlll nnllKirahla Inrlnro About n month ago my child, which is fifteen mouths old, had an attack of the peculiar and agonizing pain, caused The crooked horse race ia the result of a lack of Blraightness in the human race. The Best ltriuedy For riuX. Mr. John Mathias, a well know stock dealer of Pulaski, Ky., says: "After suffering for over a week with flux. and my physician having failed to relieve me. I was advised to try Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and have the pleasure of stating that the half of one bottle cured me." For sale by Perry & Thomas. aug2-l- by Piles, unless they hnvo suffered Houses, fcc.ilds, (Juts olc. Price and from them. Many believe them incur- 50 cents at Porry & Thomas' drug btore. able. This if a mistake. Pronor treat aiign-- l m ment will cure them. Tabler's Buckove He who drifts to ruin, will get there Pile Ointment is an infallible cure. Price CO ctnts in bottlos, tubes 75 cents, just a3 surely as ho who drives. at Perry & Thomas' drug store. Tetter, aujK-iand Kczcma. Tho intense itching and smarting inciA sense of appropriateness in attire is dent to these diseases is instantly allayed more desirable than riches. by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and Skin Ointment. Many very bnd ?nses To Cleanse The Syatrni have been permanently cured by it. It itching Effectually, vet gently, when costivo or i3 equally efficient forfor soro piles and remedy nipples; bilious, to permanently overcome ha a favoritehands, chilblains, frost bitei chapped bitual constipation, to awaken tho kid and chronic sore oyes. 25 cts. per box. neys and liver to a healthy activity, without irritating or weakening them, Dr. Cailj's Condition aro to dispel headaches, colda, or fevers, jnst what a horso needs Ponder, bad when in nso Syrup of Figs, made by tho Cali condition. Tonic, blood purifier and fornia tig tsyrup uo. They aro not food but vermifuge. medicine and tho best in nso to pnt n When the devil hears the preacher horso in prime Price 2b announce "the usual service," he goes lents per package. condition. to sleep. The man who never makes a mistake, Where the digestion is good, and the never makes anything else. general powers of the system in a heal Herbine is well adapted to Ihe cure il thy state, worms can bud no habitation in tho human body. White's Cream fevers ofall kinds, because ittliorougl.lv Vermifuge not onk dostroys every cleanses tho stomach and bowels ol all worm, but corrects all derangements of bilious humors, and expols all impure tho digestive organs. Price 2j cents secretions cf the body. Price 50 chiiIh. For Sale by Perry & Thomas, druggista. Sold by Perry fc Thomas, druggists. ang2-lang2 lm Salt-Ilhcum Ballard's Snow Liniment gives in stant relief in casus of Bleeding. lturiK rci 41 ft JuIy2G-Iy- r In the child's first efforts 'o walk, do not despise the prophecy of the man's long stride. Drous ol Hood 8 Sarsaparilla are pre cious jewels for the blood which glisten in there use. If there were more poeple with fewer wants, there would be fewer with many wants. When a boy turns his bulging pocket Inside ont we marvel at the quantity and variety ot articles ne has stowed away. Odd lengths ot string, marbles, . a top, brass nails, a hickorv-nut- s. an apple, and many more articles are garnered by this "snapper Hi) of unconsidered trirles." We think the collection mnst be hard on a boy's pocket And st is But do we ever think of the variety and raiscellanv of the substances we put into the pocket of onr stomach? 1 here's the apples and the nuts, and thing beside quite as indigestible as brass nati and witi no more food value than bo many mar blea. And yet we wonder ttiat the stomach "gives out." When the stomach breaks down under the strain ol careless eating and irregular meals it can be perfectly and permanently re stored to Health and strength by tn use of Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The action of this medicine on the stomach and other organs of di gestion and nutrition is so marked that . .1.-J t If inrtil. and the headaches, livot "trnn Wee,'1 kidney disorders, .skin eruptions and other symptoms of a diseased stomach are quickly cured. Whenever the use of a laxative wemctne is in dicatcd, nse Dr. Piwee'a Ploasant Pel Ids. They act i hrHKiy with lit "Piecovsry" and mmst ite action by purging the boww c tout accumula lioree-chesnut- Men's and Boy's Negligee Shirts, "Like diamonds raindrops glisten.'1 tJiderwear. Mssiery, Straw axi Crash Eats. in EVERY THING GOES i - w Ladies', Misses and Children's Slippers and Sandals in Patent Leather and Dongola. 2 mm Mm w Ilfl lliifl .Our f . Sale will go for Ten (10) days. Everything in the way of Summer Goods are going at a great reduction. Mid-Summ- er iPECIriiFim ROUTE MaH f f VI 'Pl-.J- , f--f V 11 BE f KJJjyjL vii-rn- ti i rc M f M r. DIM M 3 it . ID nti a XlllO io VllU Kli. IIJ.V5 (' U I mm Vi Circuit Court. II la II US Twister. The Ctothicr, The Steer, Tbe Hatter, Tic One fare plus $2.00 round trip via A V lace la go. Queen & Crescent llouto September 5 For lufscious bananas, ripei apples (Sand 7. Good 30 days. Ask Ticket cold ice creauwoda water, froaji cakes Agent for fall particulars of this ex nice candies, tobacco tmd cigars, so to cepttORSily low rate. "A. Dinelle, uexl door to old Pojjt- Office. W.C. UlKfcAfcSOfc, open uay aim un,nr apalS-SOe&l. Pwm. Ait; CkiOBAtii Ohio. m Tho Soptember term of Madison Cir cuit Court convenes Mondaj'. The docket contains 50 Communwealth cases: 47 ordinary; 44 equity appear ances, and 270 old equity. Queen & Crescent RatM cnnanii DON'T MISS mnntr llitlllj . 11 i fViof i. UIVQ UUUI' LiU.il t f i nvncont 1Jfoiilf JJLXtJ fklinn ill nlv UilUU Jii J.l VUV;11U UOJlK 71 y in ti team. i msB mm DGULAS, BRIGHT & C Gents' Shoes Boots, akd yxmKisiiiNGs. tion. TT TTII11II1 JLXTT1 T ! .. 'I aHrMlBBBBBBBBBBP' SALOON PARLOR WHPM TM TOWN i wsrrw it ' 2fcHtlW Mf'BU A LSf.ZS AxWi t i nil T.niix. (Kin nu iuuiiu in the city are dispensed i j 'faKTwq C figS ' mw f-- w iti i.iimf i' . v.t. Water Kept i rw. Ueaulnc Saretoja oo Tap. JgK4M twi Phono a - Second St. jircinioKi), xr. a 'I ? :::::; -- n Kidneys, and Bowels THE 5Y5TEM C . M3M Liver Acts gently on the EANSES y-- lill - u i o ernor Bradloy, made in his veto udoh tho McChord bill, that It Is dangerous to confer upon the railroad commission power to tlx rates, la wholly unfounded. Applause. "The other objection to the Mc Chord bill most frequently made by railway managers and apparently con curred la by the Republican party lesdsrs In Kentucky is that the sub ject of railway rates and discrimina tion and extortion is one witn wnicn only experts are fitted to deal, and that therefore the matter must not be submitted to a railroad commission, which may be composed of ordinary citizens. This is the same argument that the single cold standard advo cate makes upon the free coinage question. He, , says this is a profound, an occult question. I have studied it, and you hae not; leave It to me, and I shall attend to it for you. "The people of Kentucky pay annually many millions of dollars to the railway corporations. The present state of the law leaves it within the power of railroad managers, by means of extortion and discrimination, to destroy the business of some communities and persons and to build "up that of others at will. No such uncontrolled power should reside anywhere In a freegovernment. mcs-i-antr-o- r a maximum Tate ucrair to Uiem Is flxed tho courts will prevent Us enforcement So that the claim of Gov- fcOTTINUKD FEOM SPrrLBSf EST.1 ;s -- ni "I J M w re. &, W t: r school, nooica. Democratic Platform Fuvors the Law "The Democratic platform favors, and the Republican platform opposes, the enactment of a law reducing the prices of scloolbooks used in the com-itio- n schools of the state. At the last session there was passed by the house of representatives a bill upon this subject, offered by Mr. Chinn of Mercer county. This bill flxed a maximum of prices for schoolbooks. on an average, one-thiless than the proces now flxed by the school book trust, out that maximum was still 10 per cent above the average maximum price fixed by a similar law that has been in successful operation in Indiana for 10 years. In the house of "representa tives and in the senate every uepuo-lica- n vote vas cast against this bill. "What good reason can there be why the saje school books, manufactured and sold by the same corporation, should in Kentucky cost 43 per more than cent, or nearly one-hal- f, they cost In the adjoining state of In diana? Suih is the fact, solely because the law "permits It, and because the represetatives of the Republican party in the last general assembly did the bidding of tho lobbyists of the book trust If there be anything that ought to be made as nearly free as air as the Jaw can make it, it Is the opportunity of every child in the commonwealth to get an education. "The Democracy of Kentucky that it is as true now as it was when Jeffe'son wrote it into the Dec laration of Independence, that 'govern ments derive their lust powers from tho consent of the governed," and that this applies to all peoples everywhere. They affirm that this nation should no more have a British colonial policy than It should have a British financial policy: that what would have been 'criminal aggression' in Cuba is 'crim- nal aggression' in the Philippines, ana therefore they denounce the policy of the present national administration in these islands. The only redeeming features of the Republican policy of impexiallsm are the bravery and heroApism of the American soldiers. plause. The Republican party in this campaign appeals to the people for support upon the record of the present Republican state administration. The present state administration came into power upon tne claim mat us democratic predecessors had unnecessarily Increased the public debt, raised the rate of taxationandmlsapplledjhe pub lic funds. 'Let us look at the hooks.' said they in the campaign of 1895, 'and we will show these things.' For nearly four years Kentucky nas had Republican rule; the Republicans have had the books, but there has not been, nor is there now, even a pretense that during Democratic administrations a single cent was misappropriated. The present Republican administration, when appealing to the people for support in 1895, promised, if elected, to educe the expenses of government It Das increased them. It promised to reduce the rate of taxation, but has promised to reduco Increased it It the public debt, but has increased it. It promised to raise the per capita annual allowance for school children, but has decreased it Never in the history of the commonwealth were there such scandals in the management of the prisons and insane asylums as under Republican management The Republican platform complains that by legislation enacted at the last session of the genera, assembly it was deprived of the control of the penitentiaries. The Democratic wardens and other officials in charge of the penitentiaries when the Republican administration came into power had been appointed for terms fixed by law. Tho Repubadministration turned these lican Democrats out long before the expiration of their terms. The Republican management Increased the cost of the penitentiaries. The Democratic management under the new law has not only decreased the cost of maintaining and operating the penitentiaries, but has made them rd v? K W m So -i- -S S v Reducing the Price. -- r- " 2 PERMANENTLY to to n-- Sc SriSitiS. crc"o'a-cr:rccr , Fr ) a g a y) cficccsscs j BUT THt GENUIMt-MAH- TO tY o s- - s M an5-- y I W 1 1 i -- L! Ll SI R Fr&skfort fin n m. a.iu W i 17 10 1 & CiBoifliiili Railway. 1 Effect December S, 1898 P B3B32333 J3SSS 2 00 D.ULY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 6 20 7 09 5 9 3a 10 28 11 20 K 2 6 5 40 W pepsiIiS SyrupINDIGESTION j CURES XV DR. CALDWELL'S 7 p.m. Lvo. Hicbmonil At. I (a 11 Wlncheste:.. Maysvllle ... . " . .. 8 40 Paris .. 7 fifl flMirrftnn Ar. Frankfort. . Le. 7 00 p.m 7 20 6 16 8 30 5 10 4 28 3 40 Ask for tickets via Paris. J. R. NEWTON. O. P. A. eeeoe08MeeMaeo;iS2!SS5255SSS225 ??;???:::?:::::::::::::::: ::::::::::r:: THIS WEEK'S -- -- ," OB e o. ' H oc oc OO OC OO OO OO oo OO OO OOMM 9t" O) eo to OO DOJV'T oo () forget it OO OO OO OO oc eo. CO Go OO os oo "The governor" oven vetoed the bill requiring railway companies to carry. bl:ycles as baggage. . As to Nrwspnpcr Support. "In view of this record of the Repub-- J llcan party, there is but one thing that compares with the superb effrontery of the platform of that party, and that thing Is the effort of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company and Its newspapers, attorneys and paid agents to 'save' William Jennings Bryan, Joseph C. S. Blackburn and the national Democratic platform of 189G. "As to the support which the Louisand Louisville ville Courier-JournTimes are giving the Democratic ticket say and in making this I have this to statement I speak for all the candidates upon the state ticket and for the state committees, including the distinguished chairman of the campaign committee. Senator Blackburn: The support of the state ticket by tho urnal andTlmes was and Is whol-1- 7 unsolicited by any candidate upon the state ticket or by any member of tho Democratic organization; it is purely voluntary upon the part of the newspapers. There is dwners of those not. nor will there be. any obligation c.'f any kind due from the Democracy of Kentucky, nor from any of Its candidates, to any one for that support No favor or recognition of any kind will be arrorded to those newspapers, nor to any one connected with them, for that support nor upon any other account. Nothing whatever of the principles of tbe Chicago platform of 1S9G, nor of the declarations of the state platform of ibis year, nor of the devotion of the party to Bryan and Blackburn, will be yurrendered or abated because of this support by those newspapers, nor upon any other account Our position with reference to this matter is precisely that of Mr. Bryan, as stated In his recent letter to Mr. Woodson, namely: " '!t is not the policy of the party to drive "people away from it, but rather to Invite people into the party. The party standi committed to the doctrines set forth at Chicago, and, while It will not turn its back upon. those doctrines In order to gain the friendship of Gold Democrats, It does not and should not reject tho support of 'any who are willing to aid In vindicating the principles of the platform by electing candidates who are pledged to tbo?o principles.' "The Louisville Dispatch was established with tbe money of 2,000 Democrats In the hour of Democracy's peril. It bag fallen into the hands of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company. It Is the blackest traitor that has ever attempted to destroy the Democratic party. The election law, which it now denounces and calls upon tbe Republican governor to have repealed at a special session of the general assembly, was passed by its aid, and after tht enactment of that law It claimed exclusive credit for it "The people of Kentucky are to determine this year whether next year Kentucky's vote will be counted as it will be cast for Bryan for president and for the national platform of 1896. or whether the theft of Kentucky's vote perpetrated in 1R9S shall bo repeated: whether another Deboe or some Democratic renegade, or Joseph C. S. Blackburn shall succeed William Lindsay in the federal senate; whether British financiers or American voters shall control this nation's financial policy; whether the trusts or the people shall rule: whether imperialism shall replace Democracy: whether the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company Is the servant or the master of the people of this commonwealth. Thr Issues are clearly drawn, emphatically presented. Thero ought not to be, thero cannot be, doubt as to the vprdlct." Loud and continued al Courier-Jo- ' Paris, BonrboncountyrflrsrMonday. n i f Richmond, Madison county, first Mon Uuitnpesare indisjietisible to the. earday. ly autumn wardrobe For light golfing and. outing suits, Lexington, Fayette county, second cotton, tweed, duck and pique, are, Monday. ..hbW chosen. p brjsgl Crash sufis-- . arenas yoptuarf as ever., Some liclit diniitj- - novelties in tllisa lino show satioistripes vryrubroUlefod : "IvyS.fs ; dots.' Stocks of Scotch guigliainpiquc and" cheviot still retain their popularity. Among other great bargains at Lord & Taylor are suits of crash, embroidnml ered nil over with tiny polka-dottaffetas nlkst; lined'. vith brigbi-liuc- d Vivid scarlet victim, is used, for making up boiih! bright, ui'turqMfc gplf jackets. When supplied Avith turndown collar, revera and cuffe of Iitin ter'srgrcen and Jastoiind -- witii two or look very three biass"buttonf,"-tlie- y ." Lincoln county, second n, PLEASE TRY day Scott county, third Mon IK? 1 imvillc, Boytacouuiy, thinljMonday. icholasv.liogJesf&mine'coonty, third) , . t I Monday. Monday, ' Winchester,' '.Clark Versailles, Monday " county, - iourtllJ woodford county, fourth ' '"H" r "' CANDY CATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS. PHILADELPHIA AND RETURN' Gr'A bna-TIOrtAENCAMPMENT ON SEPT. 1. L 2,3 AND 4. chic. A'ny gown is enhanced in elFuct by tlu addition' of bertl a ruflles. They are used on boih high and d gowns, and are made of the dress ma terial, mid elaborately trimmed; or of embroidery or chiifou Tlip slender woman only should wear bolt ' or girdle of silk or vulvet Women of all decrees of stoutness or sletitlerhiiss Itjfe UVcJirbotf for UWm 1iuJlzeslu-unfriu!iOjVifigure. ,v Cashmere is returning to favor, and appears in a varity as flno sirf French ' merino. A belt edged with coral and held by a large coral clasp, is lovely for wearing with a white dress. Coiflure Luwh are made of halt-inc- h satin ribbon having. pliable wiro along the centre lino of shirring. EVEIiYX (LVIlIiK. Iow-nec- ki all-ov- er t' Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to Philadelphia and ret-.r- n at fiio low rati of Fourteen Dollars and Thirty Cents, good to re,yvors will turn SoptemberBOth.''-S,tobe allowed at ravshington Jn both ret'lious. Tills will oiiable ail w ho'wish to visit k nnd J?Sea jslipre re- sorts to do 8S" at less tlmn the regular ono fare rate. For further information or for sleeping car reservations call on l.AllNKY, . t'JVV JiSxhArtbii, Kj' Nev'-.Yur.- NouoAoA ..... ... . TRUTH ABOUT CONTESTS. ach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels aro out of order. If you want these qualities and tho success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every powor of brain and body. Only 25c at Perry & Thomas' Drug Uismarek'.s Irun Nerve Was the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will mid troinen-douenorsry are not found whore Stoms Store. 2 Snlphur and Wlrite Tho Dispatch and Post continues to 310 delereitorato the lie that Chalybeate. 'Pleasure gates wore turned out of the Louisville convention, The report of the commit and Health Resort. tee on credentials unseated ouly about 100 delegates, including tho Dunlap OPENgang iu Louisville, where the- Whallcn slate was put through without a divis ion or count boinp iallowcd in any di'5 strict Less than 100 delegates out in tl e State were unseated, mid nearly half of On the R. N. T.& B. Railroad and the those seated voted auaiiist Goebel, notaKentucky River, in the midst of bly 10 in Logan, 7J in McCracken, 10 Mountains ami Romantic Scenery. in Ballard aud 4 in Caldwell. When Tho While Sulphur is a specific for we count such "combine" counties as 'skin and kidney troubles; tho Crittenden, iriinpsou, Lyon aud MarHot Chalybeate, nature's tonic. shal! that went to replace the other Sulphur Baths in the house votes Hardin lost, the Mercer counly candidate really gained more titan &For lurther particulars address, Goebel by the changes outside of LouThomas. Prop'r,, isville. Hopkiiisvillu Kentuckian. Gapi. J. oft-tol- U -- That's why you want to sco them before you buy. Wo mean our ... Insurance Gasoline Stove. if Ii it Do yon want me to tell yon how to know when a boy has been hit by ono of HAVE YOU A FARM . OR TOWN PROPERTY may3l-4m FOR SALE? IltVINK, KY. 09. Co Oo Reduced Prices -- OS os oo oo OS oo OO OO OS OS OO His Life Was Saved. Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful death. was taken In telling of it ho says: He begins to shave his pimpled faco and made a. desperate effort to sprout a mustache. He begins to wear collars bigger than his shirt and a necktie like a morning glory; he has his trousers creased every day and his patent leathers polished; lie has a dreamy look, and blushes whother he will or no; ho feels like a culprit and dares not look you in tho eyes, least you discover his secrets, though ho can not refrain from sending boxes of caramels. French candies, and fruit in season. The effects of tho amorous wound is blood poison, producing temporary insanity followed by softening of the e oo OS oo. 09 O0 ( OS OO o os os Clioice Styles in Lawns, Dimities, (JO 4SO ?. OS. Uo 0 GO CO SO Wash eo 08 EDO.. an.-- e Oopons, Perciiles. Piques, Ginjliams, and All going at SLAUGII-TJE- K PRICES )j33 Ha3D5) os os os os oo os os os OS os Oft. RO OO. OO. Oa OOO- ceo. O- OS OS OS OO OO os 0(5 os 09 00 OS OS OS OB with Typhoid Fever, that ran into Pneumonia. My lungs became hardened. I was so weak I couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I expected to soon die of Consumption, when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis covery. One bottle gave great re'.io!. I continued to use it, and now am well and strong, I can't sav too much in its praise." This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world fi.r all Throat and Lung TronblS. ''I Regular sizo 50 cents and $1.00. Trial t;o. COe. (SO.. oo. OO. o 3e. - bottlo freo at Perry & Thomas' Drug 2 Store; every bottle guaranteed. "IN SPITE OF" os oo oiii-c- CUT PRICES OAr ALL (! OS OS OS OS os oe oo oo oo o OS (i. ((. to. 60. Co" 0 OO ....SUMMER UNDERWEAR. oo po. - Oo. Oo Co Go OO- eo. eo oo GO Women's Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price $1.50, can be purchased in the next Ten Days for $1.00 All others reduced os OS os OS OS Republicans Arraigned. so, eo CO CO . co. eo OO' CO All sizes, good qualitj', at os os o os os os os os 08 os os o os os oe os o OS OS 09 OO. eo.-oos C6 ( o oo CO.- ftcO Co. CO And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Wholesale Prices. Cost. os os o os os OS OS o. Co CrO 08 06 OS oo CO CO C90e oo 08 os 08 os oo oo OO 30. Ho. o Ce eieo... ISO Take advantage of this Re's duction Sale. Come to when you want to save money. Respectfully, Mc-Kee- os os OS OS OS o OS OS os 08 08 08 on OS os 08 OS OS . o "By the vote of the entire Republican membership of both houses of the general assembly at its last session there was prevented the passage of a law reducing to a just charge tho prlcc3 of school book3 now flxed by the book trust and by a like vote of the Republicans of the general assembly there was prevented the enactment of a proper and effective anti-trulaw. "Nearly every bill passed by the genassembly that would have given eral people relief from oppressive burdens was vetoed by the Republican governor chief among which was the bill to prevent extortion and discrimination in freight rates by railroad corporations, and both upon its original passage and upon the question of passing it over the veto every Republican vote was cast against this bill. This bill was entirely in the interest of the masses of the people of the commonwealth. "The governor vetoed the 'fellow-servan- ts bill,' which would have given the same right of compensation for Injury to, or death of. railway employes by reason of ncgllgenco that the law gives to strangers. This bill, If approved, would have given a largo class of employes who dally hazard their lives, for an Inconsiderable compensation, in a public service, the same right that tho law gives the traveler upon the highway. The gross discrimination that this bill would have eliminated from our law was removed from the taw of England 20 years ago by a bill offered by Mr. Gladstone. st Mc-Co- rd aro aecor.i-plishe- d in spite of impediments. TJiere is such a thing as waiting' "for the'op-porluu- e moment in war, in parliamentary tactics, in re.foi'li and in all manner of dealings with our fellows; but tho opportune moment is not one devoid of difiiculties and risks. Ouo charged with a great commission does not 'bay he will do this thing because no one objects and nothing obstruuks. He rather says ho will do this in spite of unfavorable circumstances. The man of deeds never folds his arms because he has no capita! at his back, nor closes his lips becauso his name is not sonorous with honorary titles. He will provo himself superior to more external prestige, and will accomplish his mission because 'it is his. Sunday School Times. All great achievemoitts Irritating stings, bites, scratciies, wounds and cuts soothed and healed by Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo a sure aud safe application for tortured lleali. Beware of counterfeits. Perry & Thomas. - .'; CONUNDRUMS. What author Field. is most - down-trodden- ? . . What author ii read (red) at least once a year? Hawthorno. Name an English author who was turned out the first time he overwent to school? Lamb, Mention tw'o authors, therobynamint: a third? Blackmore. What poet might; by buinglmiig, become a philosopher? Hogg- might Bacon. When is a cvjiifldeniiiil friend most to bo dreaded? Whep lie. takes you apart Which' aro the inost. noticeable features of a.Coiigrfssinan? Ills oybs and nose (ayes and noes ) Wldch mo a .llnrish's most conspicuous features? His two, lips (tulips.) What is Jhedilr'enbetwecuChrfBt-mi- s Tu'tkiisli cof-fe- ? chopping and Th liivi juiako.vbiisci, ilayi?, the he-co- Mountain people are on the look out for blue grass larms and town property. Tho doniai 1 is growing daily. The Jackson Hustlor is read every weok by RANGES 2,000 mountain people, and. if you have a farm in Madison county, or a house ' -Fy-- t -. -and lot in Richmond, to sell let it be known in The Hustlor's "Director of Blue Grass proporty for sale," to which mountain people will look to find out who iias property on tho market. A advertisement in the Directory will cost you only $5.00, and will bo .published evory week until the property is sold. Iu two inches you can toll all about your properly. Copy of the papo,r mailed you every week during the life of tho ad. brain. Got, it) tho Hustler's Directory if you The young morcliant and his clerks have blue grass proporty to sell. lot business languish while thnyplay T. M. Moititow, the game of hearts, the joung lawyers Publisher of Hustler, turn away from text hooks to filohoir Jackson, Ivy. first bill in the chancery .fcfTbve, only Roofing, Guttering1 COOKING CORN. to be demurred out of court; tho young doctor cures his patent with neglect, and General Said a good housekeeper the other while lie prescribes affectionate elixirs Job Work. day: "Corn is One of the nicest'vogc-- ; TSbo-so;" for hi; darling ''DuP llie town swell nickfe hm Mdree's tables we have, but it is very easy to tail, buys a new buggy, and when ho spoil it by ignorance and over cooking. tucks his hallucination closo by his There is nothing S'i sweet, so delicate side under the silvery spray of his and delicious as an ear of corn,properly laughter, a crack of the whip, and in- cooked, and thore is nothing more stantly a silk shirt waist' and a cuta- tasteless and unpalatable than corn way coat "hit tho dim shadowy dis- when it has been boiled half an hour tance like Nancy Hanks." (Jov. Bob and perhaps left soaking iu water. You shouldn't cook com more than eight or Taylor. ten minutes. I always put it in a good! OneMinuto Cough Cure quick sized boiler which contains just as little obstinate summer coughs and colds,. "I water us can be kept from boiling away v.tn.'.'ff consider it.a most wouderfnl niodiciue quick and sam." W. W. Merton, in tho timo it takes to cook the corn. May how. Wis. Perry & Thomas. Ip'lace tho corn in urossways any way 60 that It will not be packed solidly toBLUE GRASS. gether, but will loave room for the steam to circulate about each ear: ThcnJ Col. Folk in his Kontncky Historical I put a tlht cover on tho kettlo, and a Mngnzino says that Blue Grass was clean dish iowelxovur that, if !!ccetsary,.j indigenous to Kentucky. This has' not to kocp the steam jn. You cook it for 5j?t&i. been the accepted uiulcrKtatidhig. We eight or ten minutes, and tho result heard whon a boy and that is 70 years will be corn that is wortli eating." ago that the pioneers packed tlieir Woodford Sun. . china in blue grass hay and when they camped at night and unpacked tlieir china, that the seed from the hay cot scattered all aloug their route and this was tilt way it got' introduced 7ith the first have four children, into this State. Tho late Isaac Cunningham of Clark the grandfather of three I suffered almost unbearable pains from Rotary Motion and the Vanineters, Mr. Vanuieter, having 12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under married .his daughter and only heir, the influence of chloroform. I used three was one of the most onterprising farm- bottles of Mother's Friend before our last ers, of his day and brought a knowl- child came, which edge of the value of blue grass from is a strong, fat and the Valley of Virginia from w.hich he healthy boy, doing came. He cut down the elm, buckeye, my housework up gum and sugar trees that he did not to within two hours of tirth, and sufcoiit.ider'"timber" and this gaVe the fered but a few hard blue grass n chance to grow and Ins pains. This linistock grew fat and thrived, while that ment is the grandof bis neighbor barely 'found a living est" remedy ever by browsing the cane ftrbrush with '' mace." For sale by Blue Grass Furniture which, the country was co.Vcred. LexCo., Ulchmontl, Ky. ington Gazette. Cupid's arrows? -- I35;-- ECOPMIST r rt i ch FOUNP ONLY AT THE 3J il g Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. it if if Screen Doors, Water Coolers, we Wficder & Wilson SeTiflff Macfiine. in DR ' Refrigerators, Champion Binders and Mowers, Hay Hakes, Binder Twine, Etc. mchl-l- y A BOON TO MANKIND! TABLES?' S BUCKEYE ..1 7. . rrwii'i "". i ' .. u r r f n 'M . JO in m --? tn AWife-- ays. CURi anc? "t A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; Bottles, 60 Cents. JAMcS F. BALLARD, Ball Bearings Sole Proprietor, - - 310 Ncrih Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. Janl5-1- For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. . Madison Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED 1863. Black,- - Mpre Hamilton Clark, of Channcev, Gu.. says he suffered with itchinlr piles twenty years batore trvine DoWittV Witch Hazel .Salvo, two boxes of whiclu will do for every woman what it did for the completely cured linn. JSowate ol worthless and dangerous counterfeits! Minnesota mother who writes the above letter. Not Perry & Thomas. use if during jr?jnancy is, a Tho corn crop of this country is usu- Mother's Friend equips the patient with a ally about four times that jofwlical aud strong body and clear intellect, winch in three times that of oats. While much turn are imparted to the child. It relaxes importance is attached to our wheal . the muscles and allows them to expand, crop, yet It is far behind com iri valuo. relieves morning sickness and nervousness, Xo crop Ih more useful than torn, for It puts all the organs concerned in perfect from It tha larger proportion of the cosdition for the final hour, so that the actual meat nnd other products from animals labor is short and practically pointers. Dan8 obtalnqd, while its fodder nearly ger ol rising or hard breasts Is altogether equals the value of grain. It'irt really avoided, and recovery is merely a matter of the com crop that give6 this country its a few days. advantagi-- s in agriculture, in. tead of DniRSlsts sell MotJicr'a friend for $1 a bottle. Wheat. Aithfiigh wheat' is-- .i prominent The Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga, yet it does not enter Send for our free Illustrated book. article of very largely into th production of meat, milk cheese aud hutter.bence the exports of corn in the formvof products SOWN NOT kfak ot on tho farm fioni its ue homely 'xeed lTjEliVl Sp!iHiMWm4rSruing wheat, while the of corn till tho farms is enormous. The com plant is also becoming a hource from whi.li paper is mamifactured.wbilethe OUR FAI.T, CATAto6DKE.veslecripUons.of these and other Seed Griin, also' .Clovers and government utilizes it from which to de- Orasites, Vegetable Seeds, Buibs. Fertilizers, rive iirfieb.'s for use in the navy.- The Etc Write for it and price of anySeeds.re-quireamount of corn used in tho munfitcturn 4 of lucse is large, and com ojl irj a product. One of tho advantages of the corn is that; it can bn grown on tioariyjilt i:iis. ar.il its- cultivation. iho land bf. weeds.1 asHiftslo TJie. aveiage per acje of ;orn is much OK CAOY GOHOITIOKG. Cat t!ii id ?t ted n&U to v.. ftend a lowar than it should Iw, but imprQVjgd rmiwjapIfrorywni-liAirjatc.ftlUimistake to be paid for in pain, and suffering. Mother' Friend JAMES T. HAMILTON Pbopkietok. Kodol Dyspepsia Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs. It is the latest discovered digest-an- t and tonic. !No other preparation can approach It In efficiency. It instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Slckneadache,GastralBla,Cramps,and all other results of lmperfectdigcstlon. E. C. DeWItt a Co.. Cblcago. For wile by .Perry & Thomas. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. Oo QO So-O- oo oo Qa. goo. pKEE. eoee09eaSS6S88C6SSSSS88SSI6SS8S6S 33RD os 08 oo os OS OS t It artificially digests tho food and aids Digests what you eat. Cure FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are eontnniplatinir buying Marble, Granite, or any li'll! "' 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 constiuitly on lmij n hirgo stock of finished work to select from, nt prices to ptiit all clarwi "J buyers. f"Miu W. . (iOUtlHEl. ono of thehvst workmen in Onus1 Kentucky, is in charpe of our establishment and this means patisfaetrry wrk in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to us for which will be furnished on application. drs-'-ti- C. ocV. national encampment c. a. r. 08 YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-3- L l.nt dizzy Iteys.,,, Prepared by What mnteriilswonld n s Mer,' uniform be suited for JHMES T. Proprietor. PHILADELPHIA September 1st to 4th. Low Round Trip Rates from all points South. If your tickets read via the Queen & Crescent Route, you can go one way (from Cincinnati) and return another. You can stop over at Washington Citv for a visit, and are also entitled to one r if you want it. Side trips have been other for at nominal rates from Philadelphia to Gettysstop-ove- grenadines. VVtitoh ' ' mirK? 'n'r&;ft a- iitwspape iiftPilost 4.1ts the wTdcf. has the best instru-tneiiL tyfnffm bulletin (bullet ill.) Wlmt is it suitable musicSl cotu-iimptio- Ir lUherman How docs'tiio Cu'luuA ? Cu-jtuiie-l. Turf oats reenTlftjanJi) ! &i ed burg, the Virginia battlefields, and the jea shoie resorts; .The train service north via the FAVORITE PRESCRIOTIQN MAKES BOTH MOTHER AND CABY itieen & Crescent Route Is 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 (K5 are provided on . .. .. t rr nignt trains. All tnrougn trains run on last scr.eauics and are vestibuled- - Day crjachss are provided with lavatories, smoking rooms and other conveniences for a long trip ; and the Pullman Sleepers arc of the hichest standard. Remember Tbe Stop overs, Circuitous Koctes and bide Tripe1 . 4 dustrious furnn-iIt litis uou in i!s 'y Hay after a Day's wotk. What is jbe ilitforviicc between aiSjai merchant uud a poison with'culd fuel? Ono lias sold coals and the other lias cold soles. Youths Companion. Koilol Dysjjfpsiu Curo enrf dyspepsia bicaus lis ingredients ttro swh so. s5 -- R EG E NERO. COMPLETE jKif?Si - Rsstorc 0LL0 rS&5!- Us Whx Suffer Agony ? 12 11 Vs- - d. val-nal'- le Wlipn DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you. It is tho discovery of an eminent, physician. - that it can't hflpdtdng i" HEALTHY STRONG. A rely iion It n a master remedy for all disorders arising from imperfect methods are raising tho average every digestion." Jus. M. Thompson, M. T., yuah -l- Sxihngo. In American Joiiyial oi Health, N. Y, Parry & Thuum-- i COOL BT TAKING LAKE .a .a V. "The piib-tiucs- n "m ft "ia.'l,h;.!ii.l'y 2Vrf-- , r Stm.i'."ll!l. .f ilm tl, - f,t nenho., .n,.r OM Jtn li. tu:t jvuIJjI itli.vl .ruos K -ViMnc-nv- iris 't: t: - i.'.iiu'-i- i w iw!M- -l . ( i.vr.i i4mrft-.- t .s . I It t rir . ' rrt t iu,'rit-nn- . to run Nrrv.t Ivl.llliy. ot unit i,lcilr. 1 ...rrjit No Knife ! No int3fruption of Business ! t. :.u :' KEEP A TRIP. Turtber paxUcnlus Blsdly furnished by Qosan 4 Craaeooi; Aienu, or cy CHA3. Vi. 2ELL, O. L. MITCHELL. DfttHi rA...M irn aocnt omM AcjafJi uitNT, CHKTTAKOOOA, TENM. OtNOIMNATl, O, Purely Vegetable and Per fectly Harmless, A'an-AIcb- Untie mmi:Na-Ncrcoti- c W. C. RINEAHSON. ocnl. pas&r Aut. acH.Kn. Pnepmrailoa. The outljjpk for tho corn crop is exceedingly favorab'li, the government reVisit P'.cti-rquMackinac, tho island port indicating a crop of 2 iin.CCObnsh-alAif cool brreflep, or the 30000 islands, comparing with last yoar's crop of the Georgian l?ay Ronfe", Travel via J,!)2IJfU,fiC0 l.ushelf.. This, is the flb.fi I. &. ..,' tllo Coast LtoV to the North, rotxirt The vuu em rfumtner llesnits, SCiid 2 cents for iiltiilimtfjiVpainphluls. AddretTs crt.p isTnU;ioutei.ius 772 CtfOIXX) bushcl-indicated Jit lue June report, und with A A. StjWAXTa, G.l'J'A. . last year's crop ot butdiel. Detroit, Mich. ' o c, ou-cor- hatr W will Utl(,lt tii QtMHrVfc, ttl-oto rt-i- a it U i if net yrtH ili . eitra.'-nllrur- j t,1i .uni ;iu wf t, to krip it.tltiiY wl we I.lf.y KHiittiti.19 JQrfitirTAWKOliIMi3 tVH 3 $mmi AT 31. V K.UI 2i.nls read to w &r ii-y- we to tiiti a hwttciiM to tHirv.Si"ct hj umi, paw r o j ahmr ireccltM n to le perfectly t Jjifaci1 ryif ty o Um Imtt W rH PicutM- -. tW KtaU4. VirLrartx. ttr ft hwia .Km, u) eiot.-u rteXiri. -- inJic Juc: from HAM SltViTCH, U ffclt ra--a. visMiv tfS . biHRAn Vi.L : t'ntS.J.ri, -- lnnefTr. inory. -k vlrgr. all siiir. tM froialtoiilii.il , llm .::wa mtivtiii"j tot. k. M. tlcn;.UNiTtr,'rotil-luthowor-- " u or ii(Krm.uct WakfHlm-Hi- , Voi, Mnu-- j. lrft Uroto rtrll Drraow. Por, ntl fti.l I V.n !cneli, and rw,torr tt Wwk. StMniuiSArlifn. jt tsiiiU will rt- rtll rto.to Tho fint treatment brings immediate rolief. It has cured thousands, mid will curo you. MR. T. ri. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician nnd chief cf tho Chattanooga Firo Department, says: " After vcars of EufTcrintr, DON'S PILE OIN'TM CN V wts to trie. The u.c of one bos eilec'ci s. permanent cur. I voluntarily pjve yoji Ih'tt statc.ucut, hoping it will be the means ot brt.igtr. yoorwwi.ili;riul remedy to the attention of others with piles." x j; ir.U! cTaU ef wit. Ur.t?n::nn bt hy thai ntiiln-Ht- i hit It imflt Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. CHA1TANOOQA, TENN. i iwwrra tt iiollmot Vnti''.. w t' ( i" il- -- w.iy Ittrt.CS Vlcnr Anil Arllfin f&. l tU- a etOHS llluoj I'arl ri)fc (.loiv rninf; harU ta '.ip Amerfna Officer! aescctemtwt fiLWYSSH., roa DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, :x i lp'- I wV ltK::KKB. t. ly mull 51.0O pfr firfully refund . farad Ikit rJ1TJ,f!tl.Pri rut flM-l- y. tv m RfeiiJnbrHl by Perry Taos,