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ETI0 I i THE RICtfMONI CLIMAX= == VOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISOK COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1899NUMBER 14 f FDT Renti Iuiee of three good rdill rooms over Doug us Simmons hard i vir store Main St Also very desirable i litroom residence v Ii i modern conven j GRIGGSBY H1DNCEY t PROFESSION AI tGARDS Alr s EYs cc RJL fluAFl ATTORSKYATLAW NliD KENTUCKY fIe Iturnun Building next door to N lional Rank fcMly J GULL1V 1TTORSEYATTAw- liniMOXD KENTUCKY Oili ver Taylors Hardware rttoTe Opo 11 rmrt IloiiM on Main Street =II IUMii iiTOfY AT LAW Ill IIMiNH KtZXTUO- KVnihfr 13 First St upstairs 3130 J x 11 OILKNAULT i TTORXEYS T LAW coNyeIan If KMtWry W lit iLEWTHER jiiIM1neyatLaw iMnM KKXTCCKY Htf with T Smith Jr ovr1 ltII Mitcholl JT C Lovvrytl M Tley lltiildimi ttfchnnd Ivy pDrrSICr fS DRS 5IBSOX GIBSON I1I11CJNjlND SURGEON tI1MINDS KENTUCKY i the Joe ctlin buildmg and to Sn 1White old drusvtore flL HOOKER i KTERIARY SURGEON ijnulisite Ontario Veterinary OMegt Hilary D ntliitry and Sterility a Specialty iice upstairs over store recently nccU Kclimoml llarnvM Co Bast Mat St I ndEy prtyt C JASPER M DdMedicine and Surgery 1ratlier IhiiMini Main Street n Ht i jjHrIMIVN KtiKTltCKY G L EVAXS lr D PlIYB vuSA1mSUkUENm ilMONU j KsNTlJuKY Q T1 TAYLOR wIrqij1iAJflrtioNii KENTUCKY ri idlce and residence on Second street DENTAL SUBSEBY 1at t tonso bENT1T yp LOUISVILLE KT- MOfflce i4t door to aorcrniiicnt Building whmSw Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 111lf lJRdRED SMITH DENTlST Offlce over Collins1 Grocery same office isuiy occupied by Dr W W BuririQ JanlJlj Dr Louis H Landmaii Wext Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio wuj be at the Hotel Zlmmcr Richmond Ky on FRIDAY SEPT 15 1899 r rning every second Wednesday o each rufijfh Reference every physician of Rlch ud Ky feblfily ItLINm ENTRAL SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pnllraan TourUt Car leaves Louis throughtoAsk your ticket atrent for particulars or write AgentLrnitivilie tcMemphisHANSON WM A KELLOND o P A Chicago A O P A Lonlsville r Dr Goldstein The Optic Specialist = WILL nCTUM TO RICHMOND Thursday September 7tii FOR TWO DAYS ONLVi 4 PURITY OF TONE combined with great range and power are sonie of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano Being M Ittof very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability us well as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We have several Some ill Maho olYRos wood etc Pricesrange from up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHM II G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Pitroniz lloa Iaa Insure your dwellings barns and all Other property In the Blue Grass Imurfthce potn IhlItuUObOIellTornado The thepet Mtt tt reliable mpanj for tho eopie If our counts fcdwj erating In the ttte nhdetrtereWr MyJoor t AttOrneyatLawopposite Court aottsp next door StAte flank Trust Co second tI dr IfH CARTER Pres ayJly C C BOSWORTH Secy iT 18 freight fubjecl freight epot if perfect For this ncw high arm sewing tnnchinewlt all attach tncnts war nuited loyears U machine M not sat tsf ctorylnjodayr will be re funded Send cash wilh order lion WHAYNIS MKO CO aeo FOURTH AVE LOUJSVILUK KY mch216m Lumber For Sale I threebtilldrr1which t Will ss11 at mill br rdaijed on cars For ttthet artIciiarstIh Or BOWMANln E uwlhIUpatten UcbfTkde nIt oOl by CUU to piarainntlon oer and round y RaILtf3Ator1 tb pmt 9it youier ntUUlITJ FREIGHTPREPAID I De clrculnlIcut ACME BIRD yIuWY v =teMtbolltIO OI OUR FREEen 2STOVE CATALOGUE d freight chare Ttila rtore U slzvNoSOT nlt Ittmililltopl4iil3 mad Irumbetplzlron extra lnre flues b 4Yy heavy linings and rralet Unre oven shelf bee Unlined oven doOr hand oroe nickelplated ornameutAtloiu and trimmlnirK extra UITV deep pennine 9u rrlaU lleA reerIr hand tome Unre ornamented base Heu el fcimw U and etrenseerv uve aed eafe to rsfl roajttatloo Taurlnenl dealer wttald charm you tti00 lor suet a lions the freight Is only about I IM for iMch iuo mitea IS sfl t teaa 11000 Aklrrss SEARS ROEBUCK COIHCJCKCACO OMTI BMkus us IktrMikf nltblLditsT apr5fim ALIVE o e Dat o e 2o tt We are now oiferingjou 20 per cent or onefifth off on everything in our very largestock of Wall Paper from 5c per bolt on up in price Mid Summer Prices On everything in on- line 1 Get prices from all the cities then get ours and you will see ours will be the lowest Vo liautllo nothing bnt tho best grades AVe make lo qrdcr all kinds of of Iaiuts in any jcolor AVe make to order all kinds of Window Shades V4iVe make to order all kinds of r WctureFnirueK Wall Paper Paiula Odd Ynrnuli Brushes Glass etc StiKk the largest and prices al ways tliu lowest rGBIWILL IHG 20 X Z1IS STKE- HniCUMOND KY hn 1ke U Qho PiWiJ I Time of Trims at Winchester Ky WESTBOUND lit Sterling and Lexington Accom W am Eastern for Louisville 7 am Morohend and Lexington Accom 8 00 pm New York Limited V F Vp 4 50 pm EAST BOUND Lexington and Moreheail Accom 9 IS am Nflw York Jimttjd F f V U 58 am Lexington and Mt Sterling Accom 6 pm Sxorewi 9 23 PIU Acoommndattou train run dally except ann day Otlier trains run dally Through slecpJngand dinIng cor service to New York- 1or informatkin rates orsltepcrrecerrntiovi tall on or If riU K HOOD Agent LAN1 7 Blcbnibnd Ky o fp h9kt7lLcintolJlCy IT HAS CHANGED 1 lOroatik WorldHeraldl Tlib Republican lpartyF is tQIomJtClin all attempt to impose upon another country by force our form of govern ment and it no longer advocates hpliecsthatthe inalienable right of liberty but seeks to fuaten upon a people 10WO tllltIonoongerdenoUnces treaties with a slave power and agrees to the continuance Of slavery under 10libertyslaves ofwlioiieverIriee 1Itnolonger sympathizes with oppressed people strugglinfj for their engngetIin eewhotItalicethe right to govern themselves Eleven years ago the Republican party congratulated Brail upon the final abolition nf the slave traffic today the bytreatyfin thpartyrule in Ireland but today that party ismwithholding home rnle from the Fili pinos and engaged in a bloody attempt to impose upon the Filipinos a form of foupon diaof faith color realityman of tho Philippines and declares that he has no rights which Americans thtuevotion to liberty of epecrll and ot the press TOday it denounces as trait plcondernufitlonestablished a censorship that preventsin American fathers and from knowing what their sons are fighting for The Republican party has changed since the days of Abraham Lincoln aWl John G Elaine THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SKIN Philadelphia Medical Journal By almost constant overcovering day and night fur successive generations the skin has by degeneration adapted itself to its reduced requirements Prom birth to senile death we ere much overcovered That a full and vigorous ydevelopcd skin is a disideratum will be generally cpnceded The tendency Is for ours Itf Regenerate to a tissue paper consistency Tho exquisite structure of the skin at once indicates its importance as one of the organs of the body A homely showing of that functional power which can be developed in the skin is indiraleJ by the story of the Indian Being almost nuked and yet apparently quite cSmfqrtable inincle Vnont weather he was asked why hti did not seem to suffer and be made ill by the exposure he replied White timus face no pain no sick Indian allo face By this excessive covering our peripheral nerves are too intensely im pressed by caloric changes our capil lary blood syetemn too feebly and Incom pletely developed to battle most sue cefsfully with heat diseace and trail inatic impressions Its muscular fat and connectivetissue FUbstance are all too deficient and defective for our greatest comfort and welfare All its fiincliqnil powers have been reduced pnitThe sale of the Alexander herd of export cattle which is always an ijvent in stock circles in Kentucky occurred last week There were five hundred head of One cattle in the herd this year and were pold to New York par ties Jor a private price The cattle will be shipped in November to Lon don tolw usej for Christmas beef Tliia is the largest sale of export cattle made In Kentucky this year Frank Un FavoriteI leep COughing VIe know Iof nothing better to tear the lining of your threat and lungs It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia Only keep it up long enough and you Vill succeed in reducing your weight losing your appetite briningon a slow fever InG exactlyright sumptionStop coughing and you will get w- ellAlleYs CileiTil pectoral cures coughs of kind An oruinarycough disap pears a The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mas teredoAnd if not too far along the coughs of consumption are completely your druggist for one of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral 1 Plaster It will aid the action of ttijs Cherry Pcctorl If jmt hT any rntnplilnt trtuJt etlft the Itnuvico y a ran luu5IbI obtala nriS6 frwdT Ton wlUreeelta grmatIilOJ C AY153 Lowell Xa a j I 1 iirf 11 ziAa3 1 Makes the food More detitious And whoIesonteInwma pose eo nr roar GOT IN WRON- GiPhiladeiphia Record A most embarrassing experience was that of n certain West Philadelphia voung Woman who a few exeiiings ago attended reception in whicha number Well known clubwomen participated It so happened that among these three were several Who had found the inatri monial Voko an tiu welcome one for vari one reasons and had obtained legal paatLokt mom their husbands To le of these ladles quite unwittingly having just been iutroducedthe young woman who is nothingif not vivacious and conversational addressed the q wiBythink divorce is wrong The lady reddening slightly rlplieilJy deari ere are two sides to that question The questionerembarraesed beyound easure stammered an excuse and walked awry To the first woman she met she confided her trouble saying Oh dear I have just made a most un jjeItvorce rind shes divorced you know So am I my dear was the smiling ply and once again the young worn an wished that the floor would open under her She felt so bad that she went to one of time ladles in charge olro e reception and taking her asIdec to ld her the Whole story asking her advice as to what she should do DoI nothing at alL Miss i was her re y 1 really dont think they have a horror of the subject so long as its nocently called up I know 1tin havent and I too am a devorcee Whereat the conversational miss don ned her hat and fearing to eay another word went home peVorklnTh busiest and mightiest little thing that every was wade Id Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakI ness into strength listlessness into en ergy hrainfng into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Spld by Perry Thomas 3 A GOLDEN 8ANYON TREE J Uome ftnd Parnti There has appeared in Bnrmah a young banyan which has the look of being made of pure gold Thu owner of the field is a Karen who lives near the spot and has had many thousands of visitors to see his wonderful treeI during the last few weeks The field is near the Kodok pickup station between the railway stationsoflyinbongyi and Ponndaw on the ittang section of the Burmah railway that in in the Pyuntaza subdivision The Burmese n seeing this marvelous tree let loote there superstitious fancies hIlt variety of directions the most popular of which is to say the appearance of the tree will he followed by the formation of two ponds near the spot where the tree grows whlih will called re a ectivcly silver pond and golden pond and whosoever shall drink of the water of tie latter will become Invulnerable The owner ot the tree and his friends who foresee the del tuctlol1 of their nil tile pilgrims wishing to- arry away tt sprig luc intimated that any person touching the tree will be afflicted in some dire Way and the clothes worn by those who scratch Itslbark will ignite spontaneously and t wearer will have an attack of sickness and burst a blood vesseltiUnre Men FallsVictims to stomach Ikeraud kidney troubles as well ns Women and all feel the result in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling uLtherafno need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind lie says Electric Bit ters are just the thing for n man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and dppetite than anything I could take 1 can now eat any thing and have anew lease on life Only 60 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 3 j FAMOUS SCULPTOR BROfS EADt G Turina a prominent sculptor who has been employed some daysron the Dewey triumphal arch now under construction died suddently at his homo August 27 Turina had beet modeling statue of Paul Jones during the past week and In order to complete the statue had been working extreme ly hard He intended to continue his labors today and rose early lie stag gered across the room and tell and in a lew minutes was dead Turina was 60 years oldwas born In Verona Italy and studied sculpture In Milan and Home In 1866 he wits a volunteer itr Gari baldis army and came to New York In 18C7 Among Ids principal works area bust ol Leo XII now iu the Vatican nt Imo a statue of Garibaldi in Washfngtou Square this city an equestrian statue of Gen Bolivar in Central Park and a statue of Mazzani Exchange DeWitts Little Early Risers permanently cure chronic constipation bil outflClinjsystem Small pleasant never gripe or PerryThomas MORTAL TOWN Wincliester is the mortal town in Kentucky We have politics to bum and of every shade but tile weather has been too bot for violent demonstra tions The polka court room has been as quiet as a vault for the last week orI two If City Attorney Ilarap Bosh tolivd on Ilia income from this Source IIB would sfaWo t ifeath biIe the Hnmeti nru getting fat fur iraat of ierciso WlncudalofiStiB a jCV r f J IkKIN6 POWDER NZW TQflZ FAsmONS Lovat mixture beaver antI felt cloth livery melton and rich red goods will all he worn this nutum Momentarily the boxshaped coat will prevail but women do not take kindly to It and it will not likely be very enduring Long cloaks are appearing in great abundance which seems to indicate coming popularity for them The high girdled Jostphlne fashions nrundountedly in for a good run this winter The unique combinations of lace and fur which appeared late last winter ll obtain this There is something ty fetching in such an association and each shows the other off to perfec t0n A frothy double handful of white tulle is first theatre bonnet of the sea- nM with no ornament whatever except the two long hat pins to fasten It ntAat A Co for n little girl is of striped terial made with round skirt orna atistorn and the third is pretty close to the waUt the other being midway be tw een them Time dress is gathered uzmd the waist and has round yoke outlined by a ruche and a bertha ruffle similarly finished Tho sleeves are piishedfor fuelling if desired Oatmeal yellow is the new evening t for Suede gloves The theatre hat is perched rather toi ward on the head Pied velvots and satinfaced cloths in terwoven with velvet dots have ap ared EVELYN CAIILE They are simply perfect writes ofUeWiltldlulemona little pills for constipation and liver ailments gripe Perry Thomas ORCHARD AND GARDEN Plow tiDOntIt mwillPnnt a few shrubs and fruit trees about jour housetWood Pc DciallyIf selecting a fruit orchard ppotbe sure that it is located high Plan your gardens so that you can stir them with a cultivator Dig up around your trees and mix into the soil coal or wood ashesoHeavy land should be well drained be fore an orchard is planted on it Scrape the bark libe from youffruit trees and give the trunks ajcoat of whitewash Mix brains with your soil cultivate wIth judgment harvest with care and Market with intelligence Do you grow yoUr fruit reader or do yon buy ii If you buy it we will Venture to say that you dont have much Plant sWeet corn in the garden for family Use We always plant Stowells evergreen It is late but its yield and quality are excellent Western Plow Ulan Best on the market for coughs and colds ami alt bronchial troubles for Henrynne Minute Cough Cure Perry One strtnge feature of this sea life of topics is the regular recurrence of mixratoiy swarms of fish of very small jze that return in huge numbers year after year with such absolute regular ity that the natives calculate on the e vent on a certain day in each year and even within an hour or two of the day One vuch swarm of fish forms the occasion of an annual holiday and feast al Samoa The fish is not unlike the whitebait for which the English Thames lies so long been celebrated and each year it arrives at Samoa on the same day in the month of October remains for a day or at the most two days and then disappears entirely till the same day of the following year Why it comes or whence no curious naturalist has yet tcoverednor lias anybody traced its onward course when it leaves the Samoan group but he fact is unquestionable that sudden 1 without notice the still waters of the lagoon which surround each island within the fringing reel become alive tthroughhemt t thoughheyE E Turner Comptou Mo was HazetalvremodiesPhyeJcianB 1aJe of dangerous counterfeits Perry MISS JANE SMITii SLACKS SHOES On tier way from Chicago to New York in an effort to win a wager of a pretty young woman giviusr the name of Jane tiuiith and her age as 18 years reached BinghamptonN Y She was to start without money and work her way half across the continent by blacking shoes On reaching this city she at once visited time various stores and offices offering to shine the gentlemens shoes The price was 25 cents acd Miss Smith quickly earned She has 25 days moro in which to complete her tour Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scientific compound having tho endorsement of eminent physicians and the medical press It digests what you eat and pi stively cures M A Ko tron Bloorningdale Teiiusays it cured yearsstuudlog A prominent and influential Ipubli can of this city concedes the election of Senator Goebel by twenty thousand majority He Bays that Ooebeljias not oiiy been prosecuted but isjioVt being perVcculed and he is BlroiiKh inclined W he for hiin K tLltki i Uitisea k CJJI THE TOLEDO WEEKLY WABE 1RKSIDKNTIAL OAMPA1GX YEAR The Toledo Weekly Hindu has IIn cnnriiiou circulation at all iiins Tht year of tho presidential campaign how ever it is regularly read by jienr two million people Nut only Republicans but people of all classes in every see tion of the United States read it fur political information For thirty years it has been n regular visitor in every part of the Union and is w ll known in almost every one of tho 70000 postof flpes in the country Itis edited with reference to a national circulation and people of all politics take it because of its honesty and fairness in time discus sion oi all public questions It is the favorite family paper with something for every member of the household Serial stories poetry wit and hnmor time household department best school lessons the farmstead the question bureau which answers questions to subscribers the news of the week in complete form and other special fea tures Specimen copies gladly sent on application and if you will send us a list of addresses we wail a copy to each Only 111 year If you wish to raise a club write for terms Address TIlE BLADE Toledo Ohio LANCASTER COURT A big crowd and about 200 cattle were Lancaster court yesterday Trade not brisk because the buyers and sellers were far apart Conrad Hiatt sold a lot of COWl at 2c eight calves f15 and yearling steers at 17 J C ays sold to Price Bros 1G steer calves at 17 and to J Y Robinson tour steer calves at 1875 It L Hubble bought of William Scott SO yearling shorthorn cattle for October delivery at 4Ji W C Terhnne bought 65 mules at SUi to 25 and J T Embry at little belter ices Luther Underwood sold toT Raiikin a mule colt for 15 and Col Patterson Underwood one to Dick Gen try1of Boyle for 65 M J Farris bought eight 14 to 15 lined mules at to 05 S M sold three mule colts for 67 OEx IOWA DEMOCRATS The Democratic State Convention of Iowa which met last week at Des Monesemphatcally settled thequestion as to what the Democracy time State will do next year at the National Con vention The convention was over whelmingly for White the free sliver candidate for Governor over Sells the gold standard candidate The iVhlte cket was made up of known free silver elt The Chicago platform was endorsed n its entirety and the organization of he party placed in the hands of known emocrats titus insuring a Bryan deie- atioivnextg year to the National Con- ventIon The Populist Convention met and indorsed the whole ticket In Grayson county Dan McQrew was shot and killed by George Clark as the- utcome of an old gr- udgeKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat atdsNstruct jt the exhausted digestive or gnus It is the latest discovered digest preparatlotiean permllnentlycuresDyspcpela HcadachcOastrnlgiaCrampsandall Prepared by CCD Witt A Co Chicago For sale byPerry it Thomti ++ + CALL AT + + + + lffJ SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommodating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RIOIDIONJ KY i fi- WIIDES ElF SIIA- BoolcforYoungandOId4 OUR RECORD flE5tI878 1250000 r DISEASED MEN CURED SKIN VlECURE UKJK PRIVATE K- IK DISEASES 250000 CURED fj YOUNG mANI Ynltou nature tinned when Ignorant of tim terrible crime you on1lconflderft H habit When too late to avoiil the to U j riblo result were your cjcs opened to your erill ld you later on man fft J orjJLOIDdlecae H al EJ rymptomsDare PAT11EltLila afailure fness cauffd oy early abuf o or later ex Have you been with Imercury This booklet will point out to you tho result of theso crimes and point j5 out how our MKT1I01 i 3Sour jrl l Wo trait und cnrc KUISSIONS tVAItiroCKIK SYPHILIS OLEKT P4uIDLADDERdlRJU CURES GUARANTEED Tlio Wages of Sin root free by MicloMne 2n Inmp CONSULTATION foriQi1ESTTlNTREATMENT i DRS KENNEDY KERGANR RfJ WeH va Carc Them Cut The Price In Two Our Reduction Shoe Sale has just opened We are oflerinj unmatched bargains In Shoes for Men Women and Children Never before were Shoes sold at such prices and The Best of ShoesT- o bo had We are making room for our hnwonse stock of Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter Think of These Si CO Mens Shoes going at 3 00 3 00 Mens ShocK Roing at 250 3 00 Ladits Shoes poln at 225 2 00 Ladies Shoes going at 1 j A large assortment of La difg Oxfords just the kind every Lady wants At prices that wi11ltuit tile jworest pocketbook Come early and get your pick ajPoor Freeman BrosiRICHMOND KYaug2ly SDR CALDWELLSN n WinJf D sown Affords tWd ce Splendid Wafer Grazing A P C and Urge Yields of j Iurlf fU Fines Gram t IOUR FALl CATAIOOUK gives descriptions of these and other Reed Grain also Clovers and Grasses Vegetable Seeds Bulb Fertilizers Etc Wile far U and pticrs of any Seedsre quired WoRD STUBS Lui illEK ang3tw FranKfort incinniti aiIay I In Effect December S DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 200 20 Lye Richmond Ar 00 120 2 V 7 09 Winchester 42 6 III t K 5 45 Maysvjlle 8 540 930 Paris 840 510 817 10 28 Georgetown 7 60 428 7 10 U 20 Ar Frankfoit Lye 700 340 Ask for tickets via ParisJNEWTON Q PA I Afrrrrt1iDt fEIsworth more per bushel JClIi Kentucky ffil IWheat Drill 1 r Birds and squirrels uie I more plentiful than ever E before findwehuc the ffi the finest lirierof iii Shot Ouns t Ever put in one house iu tKentucky Also tvmmjmition mv 1D B ELE RD t MrANYf M41N STiIETR1CIIONI- a IfI itIr rlo il nH b a m lbj JeWed REPAIRING 111ASat3XalQea All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY I Fr Bit Dao 1 DriEht Hcc 1 Never before have such goods been displayed in Richmond 0ascan be found at my place 1 of b sinessI gi Bedroom Suites Dressers Rockers and in fact everything to be found in si FirstjClass Furniture House These goods are rare because styleexceptional h ry7because of PRICEi You have horse sense Then dont be a don L key and go pay out SCO or 70 for a ma I 3J2thatthe above cut with which we will give jjj t guarantee forl2 25 a 21 5 j- i These machines will be sold for cash or monthly payments Any thing to please our customers 4jCome vxv e vem r o 1iJDAY 14ZEO2SRICHMOND KY 1 tIA Treatment That Cures Cancer 4 5 t No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No4Detention si From Business No Danger No Failures and Ni J5a3 Unless Cured Time Surgeons knife nnd burning plasters and tile linrrihle crude methods heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has bcmt forever displaced Iy the advent of lr Registers New Scrum and Anteseutic HuM treatment This discovery works a new era III medical science amid Sufferers from Cancor lunrs Ulcers Tumors Goitre and Fistula can certainly he cured without lImo horrible torture attending time quack soul ignorant methods in vogue for century Over lilly well defined cases without a failure is the evidence to prove the merit ofIthis important medical discovery This new treatment is thu result of a thor ough scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on the most rigid eden tific principles i i FEMALE DISEASES Dr Register holds gold medals from leading medical colleges for proficiency in diseases of women and for the past ten yours lUll confined his practice to fe male sufferers His discoveries of recent date for the cure of inalfgiuint diseases t is dud to the great increase of cancer of the womb and leiuala breatt A well equipped sanitarium is employed by him at IOC Court street where his eutiro time is to female sufferers and malignant diseases JftullVring from any disease peculiar to women or ary manner of nialiunant growth or sore Write a full and concise statement of your ease and get an honest expert opinion free Cures can be made at home Address lr woa le sk2v 106 Court Street Memphis Tenn SEND US ONE DOLLARCaUlIo t sd Md us eIII i00 4 5 WUIUtimjmiwren CSIlUU raua uu 1tCo n LIft a ore 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Ian lcs uQi I1I7rawe rroilr It free rcliuratv Try ltoi iniintuama ref ttrjiMncy ICyonar not vfrcuy i I5J 1L Oa1uutntmOUHHELIAiiLITYtt ETMjSHED w jiti4sO- r4MIi Wilti ulsak Jnr nebo WIGI ntwntlIt In1MflnIItaNaIi ohJ I5 vff J I r INIIO vat r J JIIao U nearly Lisa p apI lno ir wn tulklliut ta iuuIIUUII U 4- adsp tuerj41tnIi aIPtntlb4Ik Iias r tto 1I1woI4oIlnnrnIt Adx Otn S Cr 00 SEAR ouuoec lheFutosBciaaaeeodWeTntmI G 116 l ICcU iI iVii r qw Or Mf M fij t q tf ii f I t t JId f Print S to ws tlnoJh 1 fflRichmond Climax J C CHKNAULT qqProprietor t 1 A n MILLER Business Manager y C K WOODS Editor j f WEDNESDAY SEPT 1809 PUUU81IR11XVKBV WBDNK8IIAT BY The Climax Printing Co VIUCIt IMCIt YKAU 15O DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR noVKKNOll lION VIMAAAI GOUIJEL- OF KKSyOS COUNTY FOK IIKUTKNANT GOVKltNOK J C W 11ECKAM OF NteLSON COUNTY FOK It J URJilClNRIDGK OF 1IOY1H CUNTY FOR AUIUTOH GUS COULTEU- OF GltA VHS COUNTY FOR TKKASUIIEK s w HAGPIJ- OF 1IOYI COUNTY Hilt SHOKBTAKY OF STATE CALKU JJUEOKINK1DE HILL OF CLARK COUNTY FOK COM3MSSIONHK OF AGKIOULTUKE IN N ALl OF JEKFEUSON COUNTY ltOlt UrT OF 1UJILIO INSTUOTION II V McCHESNEY- OF JjlVINGTOX COUNTY FOK KAIUtOAD COMMISSIONER 3n DIST coIJA W HAMILTON- OF MT STKKLISO FOK KKIKKSKNTATIVB lION W W COMBS MADIBON COUN- TYANNOUNCEMENT FOR JUDGE We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN O CJl NAUIT a candidate for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party ron CLERK We are authoriied to announce ARCH KAVANAUQH DOTY for County Clerk sucject to the action of the Democratic Party Wo are authorized to announce C M RAY 1IURN a candidate for Count Clerk subject to the action of the Douiocrstfc Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of tbe Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M M LLRR a candidate for County Clerk sub ject to the action of the Democratic party 0 POE ShERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAflliRH a candidate for Sheriff of Mad i5on county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W nALLAHD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff aubject to the action of the Democratic patty We are neth rlzed to announce MARTIN fJHNTKY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Weare authorized to announce P B BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff Msdisoncounty subject te the actUn of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a cfliulidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to te action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L IIAKKItn candidate for Assessor of Madison OHiHly Milijvct to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND candidate fur Assessor of Madison county subject lo the action of the Democratic are authorized In announce G W a cnndltlate for Assessor of InHATllKItAUK subject to the action of the We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Olad Jistriet a candidate for Assessor Bubject to tlsi action of the Democratic party JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES C LAifKKY a ranilldate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce PETER G PARR1SII a candidate for Jailer of Madison county Butgect to the action of the Democratic party W are authorized tn announce JACK ROSS autldatc for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR C1IIBP OF POLICE EVERE1TIicratic party Wo are authorized to announce J H ALL MAN a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J D FEENY a candidate for the office of Chief of Police ot = Richmond Ky subject to the action of the Democratic party r FOR We arc authorized to announce CHARLES J COUS oUr leading tailor a candidate for Councilman In the Court House Precinct sub oct to tho action of the Democratic party We am authorized to announce DR V H IIOIISON a candidate for Councilman from the Court House precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party CifiBraweriCo ILEXINGTON KY 1 B lhB icttrtho Frames See the Prices We tell you to expect extra knowlJ This Picture and Frame sale coming now when there are so many demands for J 3wedding presents is un doubted the most im r pOI tant of the season I T eCle You will find all the El egance Originality Beauty and indefinable I exquisiteness so dear r to tho hearts of both ItIt1minablein Amer- icaOurWindows 0Tell part of the story Our Art Room the rest You are welcome to both Ii CiFiBropiCo A1IIWON lY fpUllJ Call For ell Democratic Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee Septembertioni were adopted 1st It that Democratic Primary varlonsvottngpreclnctsin 1S99 to select Candidates for the November election 1899 for Councilmen and Chief of Police and the polls shall be open from 7 oclock am to 4 oclock p mln Richmond Ky on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid purposed for the purpole of defraying the expenses bf conducting said primary election the candidates who to submit their names shall on orbefore the 12th day of October 1899 pa3 to the Chairman of this commit tee the following sums Each candidate for Councilman n 00 and Chief of Police 5003d That said primary election shall be con hythla4th That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a com mill ee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election Sth It Is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats and who will support the nominees of this primary election and all young men now under age of twentyone years who will attain their majority on or before the day ot the next gen eral election in November who declare their purpose and Intention to affiliate with the Democratic party shall be entitled to vote In said primary election 6th That the chairman of this committee give public notice of this election by posting a this order at each of three voting places in acopyofthisCLIMAX and Kentucky Register Irom date of adoption to time of said primary election DUDLEY THIBBLE Chairman R A BAXTER Secretary A NUMBER of exFederal solders in the soldiers Home at Loavenworth Kansas attempted to lynch a negro last week They did not succeed because the negro got away from them Now ht the rapid antilynching press jump on the old soldiers and on Kansas EXGOVKKNOB WM J STONE of Missouri a Madison county boy will speak at the court house in Richmond on Tuesday next September 12 Let everybody turn out to hear this splen did product of the county of Madison who is one of the foremost men in the Ration today JUDGE BRECK hILL returned a few daye ago from a trip through Western Kentucky He says there is very little dUslfectionjUiere and that three coun ties in the First district will give a bigger Democratic majority than the whole distrist did at at the last election Winchester Democrat Ooi DEMAKKE spoke for the Prohi bition ticket to a good crowd here Monday The Colonel failed to con ceal his special antipathy for Goebel which neutralized his strong points for prohibition as Democrats will not be deluded into wasting ammunition that might be employed in exterminating a political foe second in importance to the liquor traflic THE Richmond Paragraphs editoral and news comma do not agrvowitli lch other on a very important question the Goebel Election Law In the former it continually inveighs against tile wictr ed iustrutnentwhich it believes breeds all the political ills but when put to practical test openly pronounces it above reproach Listen to this It has been asked if there will be any change in this county Of course it is dilllcult to tell but there is not nnv par Ocular reason why there should be The present commissioners arn fair and impartial and certainly our people are not demanding their removal Any Change made at this stage of the game cause wide indignation among the friends of the gentlemen now serv lug on the board We aresatisfiecith- the present board of commissioners and are willing to abide by any count they may make With them at the count ing leEk Madison county voters irre spective of patty will get a fair deal No coimnentearo needed GENERAL TAYLOK in his opening campaign fpccch at London said away with the tariff away with the money question There is one irene paramount to all and that is Goebel ism Wo dont blame the General for HUih remarks God knows if there are two questions that a Republican can didate wants to waive or run from they are the TarifTand money issue As to the third if it be true as has been charged that General Taylor has announced that he will not meet Mr Goebel on the stump for a fair discussion of the issue it puts the Republican candidate in the light of selfconfessed dodger of the very issue he would make promin cut Come out in the open General Dont run over the State in a grand stand play If your position will not stand the the searchlight of open discus sion you will find that the people will neither respect your position or your ability Winchester Sun lioN JAMES B McCitEAKY spoko at tho court house on Monday to a full house despite the intense heat He ably defended the nominees of tlie Louisville convention and showed that the defeat of Goebel by a division of the party will result in the election of another Republican administration and the deleat of Bryan in Kentucky dp 1900 exactly duplicating the history of 18939S Mr McCreary spoko for near ly two hours and received the best attention and his many strong points were loudly applauded The Governor was in fine spirits and rewarded his hearers with a powerful address devoid of abuse for those who differed from him but no less earnest and elo quent in behalf of the regular party nominees Mr Koine of Maysville was also to havo spoken but was unavoidably detained His absence was regretted but our own distinguished fellowcitizen amply compensated for the disappointment caused by Mr Kehoes absence lIr1rcCreary reviewed the true in side history of the Louisville conven lion in which he was a prominent actor explained the points about which so much controversy has been stirred up by disappointed candidates and kept alive by influences inimical to Democratic supremacy lIe eulogized the ticket and of Mr Goebel said He has been worse villified and misrepre sented than any candidate who ever offered for place in Kentucky And yet his private and ppblio life ale blame less the only reason for these mendac ious charges being GoebePa presistent and consistent fight for the interests of the masses against the encroachments of combined wealth and corporate power tt ThetimohaBnotyet come for Kentucky to have a Governor wearing the collar of corporations But we must have one able coura geous and patriotic Such a man is Vtn Goebel Loud applause followed the remark that the man who fails to vote for Goe bel and the ticket stabs thp Democratic party This antimany other strong points in the Governors speech drew forth generous applause He scored the Book Trust and upheld the He Chord Bill He exhibited two common school histories identical in all parti culurs One of which sells for Co cents in Indiana the other for U in Ken tuckv He showed how this difference in the cost of school books cost the pee pie ofthis goodStatof 1820QQjnnually lIe paid his respects to prown arid the Dispatch declaring Jlie former was a holler in 1600 and dlnttheDispalch had but ono ledecining feahtibits mls lit Blotto The cuitsejb greater tlwa 00 i h t any man Tho Election Jaw he declared was the necessarYJesult of the abuses committed in 189Cby Republi cans in Jefferson county and throughout the Eleventh district whereby there was no Democratic representation allowed in the election officers Tho Law as tested in 1808 provod to he ab sol titelj fair sad not one complaint was lodged against it Governor Me Creary turned to the State administra tion and Upon its record said no Demo crat could aflord to give aid or comfort to that party for mismanagement of nearly all the pnjlic institutions hind characterized the lust four yeats On National issues financop trusts ira perialism etc he spoke with great effect and at the conclusion received an ovation from old friends who surrounded him and cordially endorsed his lengthy and able speech which it was freely pronounced was the best speech ever delivered hereby ourdisticguished fellowcitizon and always loyal Democrat POLITICAL POT PIE STANFORD JOURNAL Heres a pointer The manufacturer of the large Goebel and laylor buttons that retail for 15c says that he has sold 16000 with Goebels picture and only 3000 with Taylors and that ho can scarcely supply the demand for the formerThoso who support tho Louisville ticket are Democrats The little band purificationists monkeying as a ticket and nominated by L N employes and broken down politicians should be known by its real anti true namuihe Taylor Aid Society Theodore Ilallman says there ought to be more speakers on the stump for the L N ticket forgetting that all who will vote that ticket or the Republican are already raging around hunt ing for audiences to address Caleb Powers Republican nominee for secretary of State will speak 48 times during the canvass which seems to4je considerable over time for a short horseJohn D White says that under no circumstances would he vote for lay lor for governor because lie is a politician not entitled to support lIe also said that the Brown ticket would not get over votes in the entire State and that it was the weakest of political sideshows HUNTSVILLE MO HERALD John Young Drown of Kentucky hIlls been a prominent and conspicuous figures in the political history of his State but just now he is the smallest blade in the Blue Grass State Like the old darkeys catfish hes all swunk up- Kentucky Democrats would do well to study these remarks made by ex Senator Blackburn recently I believe that if Kentucky goes Republican this year none of us will live lQng enough to see it return to the Demo castle columns The only chance the Republicans have in the State lies in the division of the Democratic vo- tePERONALS Rev T Q Maitin of Brooketown is very ill with flux J n Franks of Burksvillo Ky was in the city last week Miss Van Qreenleaf of Richmond is the guest of Miss Lizette Dickson Paris Reporter Miss Rachel Lillard has returned to Lawrcncebnrg after a pleasant visit to Miss Alice Arnold Miss Bird Zaring of Richmond is tire guest of Mrs R H Bryan Win chester Democrat Mrs K L Hnrdeste and Mrs Louisa of Lexington are guests of Mrs D F Owens of Red Hftuse lIon J Speed Smith is at home from Rockbrldge Alum Springs Va after a pleasant and helpful stay there Mr Jno McUoberts came up from Stanford Monday and spent the day with hit sisterinlaw Mrs M 1IL MillerMrs David Chenault Sr of Rich mond is visiting her daughter Mrs Elmore in this vicinity Lancaster Record Mr and Mrs Kuper Hood had for their guests on Sunday Mrs L Hood and Mrs Hubbard and several other relatives from Covington- Dr M C Heath is down from Rich mond to see his little grandson who is at Mr Will Severances and has been quite siStauiIord Journal Dr Goldstein the Louisville optician will be at the Hotel Glyndon tomor rowand will remain for two days only MissIto thtir home on last Satunlay Armstrong Moafter a pleasant visit lo relatives in this county Mr Jno Evans a prominent farmer of Clark with his wife was the guests of their son Mr Eli Evans of near White Hall He came over to spend court day Our eflloieiit and popular express agent Mr Fred L Grinstead is sojourning at Petoskey Mich and is much improved by his stay at that famous resort Mrs T P Dudley of Waco lelt TueS day morning on a visit to her sons Richard Mand James M Dudley of Chihuahua Mexico She will be gone for severl months Mr D P Black and sisters Misses Belle and Nettie of Red House ieiled relatives and friends last week at Bar bourville taking in the Fair and reports a most delightful time in general Mrs Anne Fife who for the summer months has been with her eon L F Fife in Missouri has returned to this city to spend the winter Mrs Fife we are glad to note is much improved in health Mrs Clarence Ballard Mrs Saunie Hagan and children of Rich nond have returned home after several days visit to their sister Mrs Lee llagun and mother on Stanford pBeJ iucaster Amos Willis of Klrksville en tertained last Thursday evening in honor of her charming guest Miss Maymo Elliott of Mayfield About forty guests wero present All report quite an enjoyable evening On Saturday night at High Point school bouse nar Paint Lick Miss Viola Million the accomplished teacher gave an ice cream supper for tbe benefit of the school library It was an enjoyable affair and liberally patron zed jvIrs Laura Estill Frances Mrs John Cunningham and her bright little granddanghtorMfashn Clay have returned from a delightful ylei ta Mrs Anniq Oldham Wahlacoad Mrs Mar siiall of LoxingtcurPariaKentuckian 28th CkIi4nrCihh5Chnit1t i I Miss Witherepoon of Winchester are preparing to leave next week for cok lego in Virginia Miss Watts is the giiestotMrVijPreaion Eastin Lexing ton Leader lriday Miss Lily Duncan daughter of Mr and Mrs C D CLonault of Richmond ami A J Draper will marry on the 7th Stanford Journal The Inter iorJournal is Bhlgllhymixed Miss Duncan is a daughter of exilayorH T Duncan of Lexington and not re li1lc I to liaCITh l Ir V H Hobson left on Monday for New York to attend the Odontological Society the largest society in the United States He has been invited to dem onstrate on Immediate rootfilling of abscessed teeth somewhat original process bathe found to be infallible Dr Hobson will return next week Uoii Wm R Black of Barbourville iS here to confer with his brother and law partner Attorney S R B Black In some large and important cases Mr Black is one of the best at torneys In the State having recently won one of the largest cases that has been in the State whore 36000 acres ot land were involved A D Flora one of the Kentucky Colonels who married our Bourbon kin Miss Guita Shortidgeof our By mel family here passed Monday Ills wifes health is better The Colonels attendeda number of assemblies dos leg their tour last week The largest assembly they attended this year was at Lincoln Nebraska the State Epwortb League AssemblyParis Kentuckian Mrs Slay Turner Jones wife of Rev Ashby Jones of Richmond Va was hero yesterday en route to her mothers at Richmond KyMiss Eva Lath iners Richmond is with Miss Sue Willie HaleDr R M Phelps of Pad u cab was here on his way to Rich mond Mr W II Traylor who has been threatened with fever is out Mr and Mrs J S Rice returned this morning from their outing Stanford Journal Mr Sidney V Rowland and son Ed S of Danville are at tho Embry House the James Bennett residence near the Government Building In this house Mr Rowland was married on February 22 1853 and prior to his wifes recent death he hal planned to have their golden anniversary celebra ted there But man proposeth and God disposeth and the silver cord is loosed the golden bowl is broken and the dream of a happy reunion hero is changed to a trustful hope of a meeting with bis loved one beyond the stars One of the most delightful midsum mer social events was Miss Curralecn Smiths entertainment Thursday night in honor of her handsome visitors Misses Buckwalter of Winchester About twenty couples were present and a de lightful Evening was passed Miss Smith is one of our most attractive re fined ucated and lovable young ladies anti as a hostess exhibits those rare traits of gentle unostentatious hospitality that made her lamented father famous in this community to which is added the Christian graces of her devoted mother RELIGIOUS Rev James Bailey of this city will begin a protracted meeting at tbeMt Ileasant Christian church next Sun day Services will beheld both morn ing and ovening The CW B M of the Christian church request a fairmeotingon Wednesday afternoon at 3 p m Impor tant business to be transacted and all are urged to come out BIRTHS CLAnxTOihiewlie of Mr Everett Clark on Sl dayr te pout dgirl Mary Elizabeth j DEATHS VAuoulvThie infant son of Dr and Mrs C H Vaught died last Tuesday after a painful sickness Interment on Wednesday in tho Richmond cemetery LOCAL Sensational Case Messrs Hume Bros Co principal stockholders of the Electric Co have had a Receiver for the company and in a petition state that fraud has been practiced by two of the original moor poratora The accusations are strong and the trial of the case on the8tli day of the present plrcuit court is expected to develop sensational features Kicked By a Mute Mr horses Dozier the Red House blacksmith is nursing a badly bruised hand received as a result of a kick from a young mule The animal had never before been shod and when Mr Dozier tackled him the beast lifted the black smith and his kit of tools across tho shop Mr Dozier nlightedjwitb most of his weight on his right hand bruis ing and straining it severely lie had been laid oil from work for several months on account of sickness and this new disability is quite a calamity A Rare Feat Mr John J Ibetsof SfonfbnJ who is cashier of a bank there was here tlius we kal1l1iti response to au inquiry as to the truth of statement in tho Interior Journal that ha had af fixed his signature to bank notes per hour acknowledged that it was dRYsiJtnedl1lsa6300 bills rU l currency But said he my little finger was bleeding where I dragged it rapidly across the rough paper Mr McRoberta is one of tile safest financiers in the State and one of the best bank ofliciala we ever met I Cutting Near Berea f Ata colored clutch association near Gerea on Saturday night two Chastine brothers j1lfsmtrt rom Rockcastle became it is reported fired their pistols distiKbing the worship Constable Galloway attempted to arrest the men but meeting with stout resistance called upon Ike Coyle white uqd Sam Moran colored to assist in arresting them The Chas tines dnjw their knives andcut Moran in the back hands and side cut Co itt across tuB band and arm QrandJl1ryisbly be indicted Are You Silng Wesl Parties going west will save time and inondy by writiiyr to Mr Bon L Bryant graveling passenger agent of the iilvillb Henderson and 6t Louis railway 223 4ili avenue Louisville Mr Bryant was here on Monday soliciting passengera and freight for his c cclloSVroaa The Tender son Router and wfll be fltad to call on lartios no iMvices His road lthaeflPQCiaIlYIoIne a a ffIIttk Sp4rk Mt3 J- l afMuch TneMle sparks of lad blood larking in the should be quenched With Hoofs Sarsapritta Americas great Hood purifier H purifies vitalizes and enriches the Moodof both sues andsJl ages Cures iscrofvta salt rheum dyspepsia caUnh JfoodiSaMllJilfJ Francisco of which jyivJi ISIcljnlrs of 136 Vino street Cincinnati Is traV cling passenger agent and A luostac complislied official too Y 1 Had aBrown Toolh Pulled A well knoVn farmer who laaJon nUll is yet Classed with the llrown Bolters rem rkcdtouson Moudayas ho stepped rri a dentUtsbfflcc j well I luive just had a Brown tooth pulled out Good said we have the balance pulled and come back to the party of your own heart With an assuring glance that meant more than words lie passed on That man will not vote for Taylor through John Young Brown because he has learned that Wm Goebel represents every soil tary principle for which lie has talked end worked and voted for the last 30 years Come back old friend lo the party and help us defeat the common euiemySDr Hobson Wants lo be Councilman Dr V H Hobson announces his candidacy for Councilman from the Court House precinct there being two members to be elected from each of the three precincts r As to Dr llobsons qualifications we can speak with confidence No citi zen of Richmond would make a more exemplary official lie is a property owner and taxpayer progressive in his ideas thoroughly in favor of reforms and abre to sit in the Council of the city with credit to llit self and his constituents Ho lived in Louisville for nine years and knows municipal government by heart Among his nu merous accomplishments he is a civil engineer with U S Engineers Li cense and as such could and would guard the citys interests in seeing that all contractsfor construction Of streets sewers etc were faithfully executed We would regard his election as a distinct promotion to the good govern ment of Richmond A Familiar Figure Gone It is with feelings of extreme regret that weare compelled to chronicle the felrRed Honse a man known to all our older citizens and a figure familiar to most every one in the county His death followed a brief but painful ill ness which aroused widespread apprehension as so its result Deceased leaves three living children Mrs Sam Shearer of Shearer Ky Taylor Williams of McLean county Ill mind W A Williams of this county One broth er and three sisters survive Mrs Naomi Hazelwood Mrs Amanda Will more Mrs John Reid and Daniel Williams Seventeen grandchildicn and eleven greatgrandchildren bless the memory of their respected Ances tor Mr Uiliams was born November 1819 on the waters of Otter Creek lie was a son of Nathan and Celia Oldham Williams His career has been full of honor as it has been full of years and the tears of relations and friends are mingled freely over the departure of this sturdy specimen of manhood lustiru Central University Richmond Ky Four Colleges 1 Letters and Science 2 Medicine 3 Denitry 4 Law Four University Schools Four De gree Courses New Gymnasium and Physical Director Expenses moderate Attendance last season 851 College of Philosphy Letters and Science Richmond Opens Wednesday September 13 WHAT HAS CENTRAL UNIVERSITY DONE YOu MADISON COUNTY In the ways of education Central trfifthgiven education in whole or in part to nearly young men of the county O this number sixty were graduated and hold its diploma W ItAItE SOltE OF THEM AND WHAT ABB THEY DOING 1 Lawyert3 A and P if Sulli van JT and Silas Cobb J I DIanton Harris CroQko Rankin and Walker Mason JO Chenault H B Herd WK Shackelfcrd R W Miller RlI McCreary E T BurnaroL Clay John G Fitzpatrick Will Moborloy Walter llroiiston Talbott Jackson O 0 Crooke A C Wells and others 2 Piytfeian H W Bright John and Phil Harbour Mack CrowJW Scudder C F Burnam Jr Mary Letcher Frank Walker 3 Jlinittert of Tile GospdRobt K Richardson Sanford LoganJobn Boen William Crowe Jr Gilbert Glass James Coruelison lIisslsfillcJKationlanton5 Bankcrt R It Burnam R E Turley John Crooke John B Chen ault Cabell Ohenault Clay bhackel lord Win Letcher 6 Etuintft Men of VarioUt Kinds Brecktiolinilrigan Tom Mason James Barbour WiUl5lonoJohnWahlacePECUNIARY ADVANTAGE innichmondequipment It has expended on an average for the support of the Professors and for necessary expenses earsil75About 100 young wen from distanceare in annual attendance and each one spends on an average about 300 ayrar or 30000 for the whole sum aggregateofstudents since the Institution wits es tablished We can all understand three thoCQuutyhaveestiraato the intellectual and moral power which hiss gone forth from the Institution Who cnn measure the influence for good exerted by the large number of young men who have been educated within its wallsSBoty many of these young men hatlthilUnhersitynot illOhitlSfhguresuiakotuiemoral support and patronage of the people of this great county For catalogue and full information address Loll Dr lON D D CllIincollorr9urolll tile ab4ivIIte n i 11f Woui4oh H The tilllS i Rev pB Hubert wilt n zbe returned evii1dEfncedfby Turner to7thl hu cbMr may be a good pastor but we are certain of the high character 01 Mr Hu bert as a minister and as a man and his removal from Richmond over time protest ofadozon sets of petitioners ufethiiigfpas fhe comnpreluensionof- nil ordinary sinner He is the boat preacher that everBtood behind the Ipullll tpftll tljl tbJI 4 has done more to popularize and build up his charge thaq any predecessor His flock Is devoted J and our citizensl areequallijfaUach1edptlia gen t tu tJt rlJp lija use fulness to the community has bnunatold jand to takoyjiin awa calamity to his church nnda distinct l ss10thl1 community In rnaking this announcement we feel we are but SRIY xiiesn3 the flinsTh1 99 of every 100 persons In the city Appointed Major General of Confederate Veterans Dr J Af Poyntz this city has been appointed Major General of Kentucky Division United Confederate Veteran the highest State rank obtainable in tile order Heretofore Dr Poynlz was a Brigadier General reporting to Mtijor General Boyd of Lexington who has retired The promotion is a deserved one for Dr Poyntz has labored ceas lessly for tIme order and deserves the best at its hands The letter follows NEW OnrEANS LA Aug 31p99 Major General J 31 Poynt Comdy Ky Dir U C TV Richmond Ky MY DEAR GENERAL I enclose you general orders No 215 appointing you Major General of the Kentucky DivisI- on anti trust you will accept same In the appointment of your Staff you arc entitled to an Adjutant General and Chief of Staff with the rank of Colonel an Inspector General Chief Quartermaster Chief Commissary Chief Surgeon Chief of Artillery Chief of Ordinance all with tIre rank of Lieutenant Colonel The Adjutant General can have as many assistants as ho requires with the rank of Lieuten ant Colonel and the other heads of departments as many assistants as they require with the rank of Major You are entitled to as ninny Aides de- Camp as you desire with one or more in each county if you wish with the rank of Major Commissions will be issued to all of those whose names are sent by you to these headquarters You have my best wishes and 1 trust that you will hare a prosperous and pleasant time commanding your division Remember me kindly to your daughter and with kindest re gards Your friend and comrade GEO MOORMAN Adjutant General and Chief of Stair Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cult not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CoPropsToledoOWe J Cheney for the last 15 years and be lieve hun perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially tibia to carry out any obligations made by their firm DruJglslsToleolovln Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Price DruggistsTestllnoiuiabj Halls Family Pills are the best Jm FASTIDIOUS FELLOWS Will find my Jewelry correct in every particular Watch Chains of Solid mid Rolled Gold in nownml styl jsh patterns at prices that please money savers Also Studs Rings Scarf pins etc of remarkable merit All going at prices ridiculously low It is no use for mo however to try to tell about all the good things we are selling You had better come and see for yourself I also handle time best line of Watches to be found in the city F J YEAGER No 28 2d St Richmond Ky ep6ly TiiathofFrnonty The undersigned EUle O Million and E P Million as executors of 0 B Million de ceased will o- nWednesday September 2099 Beginning at 10 oclock am at said deced ants late residence in Madison county Ky on the Richmond and Lexington turnpike near bestbiddersheephOl5etcTHUMB The loregolnrproperty will be sold for cwh for Sums over the purchaser will be required to give note with good security payable January 1900 without Interest The corp will be sold grasafirmsE C MILLION Eo P MILLION nngSOiw Executors ANOTHER LOT of hardtobreak CROCKERY awl v GLASSWARE has arrjyed andlhe wise housekeeper will not inlss the opportunity to buy when every article baa the durability oftwo of tho ordinary kind iThia iq Queonsware worthy cUbe hanie It is high qualityclean throngh Dont theso prices extend nyrel fJaIafiS1 J 0 N e i Tor Heat The store hoiiBe now occupied by IsL on Main street will thislearpoBEENLEAF A nee For Saleti hue th1tyiicres cititsuding corn for sale Purchaser can feed same on farm For further particulars call on or address Q W DEATHEKAQEr- augOSfir ned House Z- fPUBLICSALE As agent and attorney in fact for the befrs at law of Terry G Perkins decd I will o- nSmfiay Seplalw 16r beginning at 10 oclock a m sell on the prem lies at public auction to the highest bidder the following tracts belonging to said decedent1st on the waters of Stony Branch of Tales Creek containing 89 91100 acres ingpartoftbefarinwhere said PerkIns form erly resided and to lands of Mrs Perkins dower and of Ed Baldwin Mrs Young and Becker Kelly Mid now occupied by oJIIJonca2d tract on Tanners branch being the Southerrdost portion of Terry O Perkins decd containing 92 acres adjacent to the lands of Elbridge Harvey I and others and having outlets to the county road hut excluding from this boundary 6 acres 0 woodland allotted to the widow as part of her dower and thereby reducing the tract to be sold to 84 acres and with reservation of road for the widow to her timbered land 3d The tract on the waters of Kentucky river on the south side of the county road op posite the dwelling of Terry G Perklnsdecd contains S9 32100 acres bounded on the north by the widows dower on the west Woodson Masters land on the eat andsouth by Terry G P rklns Jr and this land with rood orchard on same now occupied by Eliza Per kinsThese lends are fertile well watered conven lent to churches postoflice schools and near the railroad They have on them good rom fortable dwellings outhOuses and are in all respects desirable for homes rayableJannaryIdeeds made onethird in 12 months from the day of sale and onethird in 18 months from the day of sale Notes with good security required of buyers with interest on deferred payments from January 1900 and lien re to the lands indisputable WM L CRUTCHER in fact for Perkins Heirs IAtty Attjs Thos Ferrlll Anct EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who has a good sound reliable carriage under him He can rest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well made reliable phastons carriages runabouts whale bone spieders oy road carts that come what may on lime road his wagon never will give way We have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbertireil bnrcira in Rich mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works PUDlic aia of Lana In pursuance of an orderof the Madi sos County Court entered at its July term 1899 the undersigned State Bank Trust lotrf Kichmond Ky as as pubHolycountv near Silver Creek Ky on today Seplesier 7th 1832 beginning at 10 oclock a in to the highest and best bidder the following property viz A certain Tract of- LfInd l on the waters ot Silver Creek and on the Silver Creek and Menalaus turnpike containing 43352 acres The farm has been surveyed by S F Rock County Surveyor arid di vided into three tracts as follows Tract No 1 Beginning at the sugar 47iVMoberleysheirsthe center of the Menalans and Silver Creek pike corner to W IL Lane and southwest CQrner to the John Powers homestead thence with the center of pike and lines of homestead N 20j 0EJO 810 poles N 40J E 56 410 poles N 150 E 19 210 poles N 374 W 20 110 poles to John Maupins corner thonce new line S 87 W 234 310 poles tothebeginning containing 130 77100 arIel lract No 2 Beginning at the center of a water gap corner to tract No 3 of said farm and running thence down 34tfl0W 24 poles N G7i WOO poles S 89 W 22 310 poles b 52 W 14 poles S 43 W 30 poles S 13 W 42 poles S 73J W 13 poles S SOU WSU poles thence leaving the creek and with tho Moran lines 26K W 31 jHles S 186 E 30 310 poles leavingMorans129 510 N 42U E 82510 poles to thu beginning and conuung J23 410 acre Tract No 3 Beginning at the sugar tree snag cqrner to Koss thence new line N 87 E 233 310 poles to a stake in the west side of the pike road thence with the west side of said road clown Dodds branch N 4 W 62 poles N31K WO poles N 49J W 45 210 poles lollwo sy amores oil the south branch of SIl io1downN 81 AV 24 poles to the center of n 42J4W781W IW510 poles N 34J E 18 510 poles to a stone S 873 E 19 510 poles to tho beginning contain 17935 acres more or less 4n outlet is reserved iiloiig this south bank of Silver Creek from the water JtoasInpoles The land will be sold ai follows FirstTract No I containing 13077 acres will be for Bale to the highest and best bidder then iu like manner Tract No 2 containing 323 410 acres and Tract No 3 containing 170 35 acres more or lea Second Tracts Np 2 Mad 3 combined containing 30275 acres will be offerled toe sale to the hlxb HHtid best bidder The whpJetr ct Mfrinf 43332 acres will thea b sale to the bichest wad iwit bidder ftud tire land Hill 1eoid Iu tile mailer bringing them moeyTMThe land will be sold upon a cfedijf six and twelve mouths and this prc1iiieer or porchasero will be- reqqre4 to execute bundwithapproved security having the andeffect of n udgment with a lien retained paya JgalinterestPOSSESSION Possession will be given when tho terms of sale are corn plied with hut the privilege of harvest timelandThis farm is ono of the moat denim countybeingSilver Creak Station on the L N R R It has a good dwelling house and all necessary outbuildings thereon in good repair The land is fertile antI productive anti Is well watered and in most excellent condition1 Parties de to see tlmproperty can call on Mr John Powers wlicrresideson the Iad cr on the undersJtwid it- u C ii LAUIifby others is not pleasing Our Work Must prove enliwfiiv tktiitereitttries to excel OlilniM ere know anil new tiniCISMMMI learn that null isslightrd Every article is care fully iai and beautifully finished RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY miiT- H COMING j Of The New 1 3 Our Pall Slmta are Mm ii 0 5 Bigger and better titan ever before All our famous spe cialties besides exclusive General Merchandise BlackUoods sIIn this department is to be found the larg 1 e3 est handsomest and most varied assortment of Black Goods ever brought to this market M- ef e have just opened another line of Blistered Crc 3P Pons beautiful designs in both Silk and Mohai full line of Lupins Olieviots tile best Cliev- iots made Broadeloths Venethin Prunella 2 Cloths Wool Poplins and Serges We take 3 pleasure ia showing these goods whether you 1 wish to or not We quote a few prices 40c Allwool Henriettaworth pOe 4 ftflrt A llwvii Henriettaworth The 75c Allwool Sponged CheviotS5c quality c 3 giIJte New lines of Felt afl1 Stitelled i Cloth Walking Hats handsomely trimmed These arc the very newest things for 5 traveling and early fall wear S125 UotiglRidertit3 quill worth 225 SISo and So An ultra stylish Cloth lint Rough Ukler and walking lint Be sure and inspect these eaasthey are very exclusive SEE OUR 5o COTTON TOWELS BARGAINS THEY ARE OUT OF TOWN ORDERS If you are in need of Millinery or anything in Dry Goods Carpets Shoes nr notions write to us for or informa tion which will be cheerfully given as wo have correspond c outs to answer such letters a 3l CLOTHING ltc Cliiidrensour customers Boys School Suits selected with special con sideration for strength and durability Thousands coming in fet3 ranges of quality suitable for all classes htylo and neatuebs are a part of every one of them 4Shivite an inspection Jtexptctfully Submitted lo Cuxh Ira- deEVELDER S AGENT FOR MeCALL PATTERNS othn Mthi1 nvtmct oJ I OF LEXINGTON KY a i6oooo PUD LvLIYIXG BEjYE1ITS 65 000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS i 1I1hc SBKHI ot lib Insuraiice Wo pay thin same profits to thus living that Insurance Com t panics pay to tire estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety anti conservatism f Every precaution for the protection of the investor For particulars apply to SMITH OWM7VN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY t1 MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Blchmond Kr iJtiiIIEIrLLook Up j IEir IE ofEhtS3 El any gwn l3 had the doors IteenTasterfed with Eisr F- 3f3tILock8 and Keys and the windows made secure with from iii 4 HjftptheseE3 Jrrpiqualityi J SEET SV RAIN HILL r- eet us and get on roofing end guttering jc- EiJ WVD Bccktxr TAYLORBROS- J41Li1T I SHOES TO LIVE IN slices which feel comfortable un 31ur fircuniHtanres and yet wear lunger than the average footwear is i the kind wo are offering our cus tomers Every shoe in the lot is linisiied care hilly as tho best custom bootmaker would do it Made of excellent stylishfare offering them at astonishingly 4 f low prices Digeslos- vspepsia by nmoviug the cause Ail IrnggiKts Klls them or l y mail stnntlanl Phurniacal Co Detroit Iif9 wpreps of Russia weighs only r WE HAVE A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT WTI1E WAY OF A I COUNTERI 1 EadiesVTVfisses and Childrens Shoes and Slippers 1 I 2 3 and 4 Dollar Shoes for 50c 75o and 81007 Gomes Early And Get Your Choice f RW Successors taYDaac li HV NEWJ I PALL STYLES NOW F- CovingtonS Mitchell b x Vi a perfeolyworm It is also a tonic and by its strengthening properties will restore to pate cheeks the rosy line of liPHltli Price 5J5cts septO 1m Turn Jones an Latnul N brakeman was run over and killed at LaGrange CTIONI I fr4I BE1NNINtii SATUDAT9SEPTEMDER L All n1OLII Stock ol oI4OTIIINGSuoEs flfl1 1U1NISf1T1cS Ivi11 hO SOIl at 1c3ntinud until all la sol Now i the opp3- rtunity to supply yourself I STRU1Gfi ts th CIotiier Tnc Sheer Th ll11r T Flrni5her- j l C The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY PEETTn 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist Circuit Court is in session Caldwoll High School opened yce terda Auction sale September 0 at Strengsi Set nd Hon W H Smith speaks shortly at Owen ton and Shelbvville Mr T P Dudley has been located iu Anderson county by Collector Yer kes Bud Dunn bought a car load of yearling cattle in Knox county last week Hereafter the L N afternoon train leaves here at 163 instead of 2 oclock The last Union services will be held on Sunday nignt Place to selected Piather the slayer of Burton in Garrard was denied bail and the case continued Lewis L Walker was nominated for the Legislature by the Republicans of Garrard The Daughters of Confederacy will meet at Mrs J M Poyntz resi dence Friday morning at 10 oclock A beautiful Chickering piano made of mahogany can be purchased from G W Evans Jr for 00 jnel4tf After Saturday night September 2 the R NI B special Saturday night service will be discontinued augJJOSt Miss Qpoper who lies been solicit ing pupils nil return in time to open her Kindergarten Monday September 11 Mr W B Wells caught an8J pound red horse and two 5 pound cats at 2mile chute above Ford He says fishing is good A fenceguard is being erected on both sides of time pike just beyond time Boonesboro pike entrance below Foxtown Time many friends of Mr J L Sowers extend their sympathy in the death of his infant son the second death in three months in isis fainil Elevator Filled Potts tDuerson of While Station have filled their 20000 bushel grain ele vator with wheat at an average of Gl cents per bushel Court Day Market A tremendous crowd in town Mon day watermelons shingles mules and sheep being everywhere visible Cat tIe brought 3j to 41c sheep 3 to 3 CO per head mule colts at 25 to 30 per head aged mules 40 to 9 Jiorses W to 60 Grand Opening Caldwell High School opened Tues day morning with 330 pupib in attend ance exceeding last year The same faculty with one exception is in charge It is an able bodyof instructors and we earnestlyhope for great timings again this year at C H S Democratic Primary Ordered Chairman Dudley Tribble of the Democratic City Committee has called for a pi imary election in tills city Thursday October 12 to nominate can didates for Councilman and Chief of Police See list of announcements top of second page flretcolumn W A reward Of 10 is offered for iraforraa tiou leading to time arrest and convic tion of time party or parties who have been shooting the partridges on the four mile road near the fair ground aug30lin MADISON GUN CLUB New Wall Paper House In Richmond The drug firma of Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful linn ot wall tapers and have Mr W L Leeds a skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms to suit alt tastes and purses No trouble to eliow goods ang3tf f Telephone Corporations The Flemingsburj Telephone Corn pany wris incorporated September by hung articles in the office of the Secre LaW of State Its capital stock Ie2 500 C S and J IJ Powell and J M Bald win of this city are tile incorporators The above gentlemen have just corn pleted a plant at wiiigsville Whcrs To Send Ysur Children Madison Institute wilt begiu its fortythiid session Tueslay September 12th The outlook is for a large attend ance Your patronage is cordially solicited Parents are iuvited to call at the Institute and confer with the Principal Miss Lloyd concerning terms courses of study or any matters of detail that may interest them sept52t Governor Stone Will Come Next to Wm Jennings Bryan GUS Wm J Stone of Missouri would re ceive the most cordial welcome In Kich mood of nnr public man today He came hers four years Ago and you know how many miles of horsemen and vo hicleH followed him to the barbecue jlo announces his intention to make fiv0epe cho3 iu Kentucky beginning at Itichmqnd Tuesday next Septembiji 12 Turn out fellow citizens and gvt Mia igraiider liiwetin tiiaa befort 0 Capt John D Feeay Eatsr In this issue Capt J D Feeny makes formal announcement ot his catdidacy for Chief of Police Capt Feeny is peoplehavimiglocal force since 1870 and if elected to this important trust will bring to the disclose of Its honorous duties an un TincorruptibleIntegrity Circuit Court Circuit Court began on Monday Judge Scott presiding Corn Atty Or u tcher at his post There is a large locket but no murder cases The Grand Jury follows W II fiarber C H PlnfcN C Bonny Willis Hisle Talton Taylor Wm Haden Doyle Duty C TvFox J W Ballard D W Black J R McKinney Eena Bruce Mr Hisle foreman Purchased Farm In Madison Mr Oscar Helton of Knox county lisa purchased of Drs MMdleton and Fry of Kirksville 100acre farm for 5000 cash Mr Helton is the gentle man who visited Garrard Clark and Madison in search of a farm finally locating one in Kfrkeville He comes to Madison with the highest recom mendations and will be a valuable acquisition to time county Ready to Serve Dinners Weddings Etc We are authorized to say that from tills time ou Mrs I BWillis will be pleased to serve suppers banquets wedding dinners etc She will bake cakes andconfections and take orders for same by postal or letter dropped in thepostoffiee here Her long experi ence and known ability guarantee sat isfaction Remember her when need log anything in her line to Ambitious Young Men Write now to Wilber R Smith for 23 years President of tIme Commercial College of Kentucky University Lex ington Ky for circulars of this respon sible and influential college Book keeping Shorthand arid Typewriting and Telegraphy taught Graduates successful In order that your mail may reach this college address only Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Jumps on Mr Million Time Valley View Argent time new paper is responsible for the following Elza Million exMagistrate andex Uemocrat has been nominated by the Republicans for County Judge order to pass as an excandidate before the people I predict IIB ministers church members and prohibitionists will rush to time polls In order to cast their vote for Mr Million the manufacturer of and wholesale and retail dealer in whisky Ice water please Game To Catch Farmers A new confidence game is being worked on country people by three swindlers A stranger comes to a farm house andfeslr for lodging and alonic about midnight a man and wonac saniehousebuiitiiizapreaclmerto pens to be a minister of course and performs tire ceremony and time farm t antI his wife are asked to sign time certificate whjch afterwards turns up as a promissory note for a comfortable sun The swindle is an Ingenious i chemeand farmers would dj well to keep it in mind Winchester Democrat Up The Ladder Harry Wygant son of Capt Henry Wygant lately of this place has been promoted again for bravery to ar First Lieutenancy In the 31 U ti L now at Manilla his father is there also with the 24th Infantry Harry entered the regular army OB a private two years jgo was a Sergeant then a 2d Lt at Santiago while on the field of battle and now is next in rank to his father a position in peace which requires a dozen tedious years to reach Young Wygant hits a brother in the Navy slid the prediction is freely made by their friends here that they will make brilliant records in the eerviceof time Government Time County Judges Race Time contest for the Democratic notni ftatlon for County Judge has about been settled On Monday when the com mittee met Judge Chepault appeared and stated that If any other Democrat announced himself that he would not make the race in time party for the nomination and stated that he under stood Judge Turpin was a prospective candidate Time committee summoned Judgo Turpin who acknowledged that he was a candidate whereupon Judge Clienault requested time committee to fix the date anti method of naming a candidate in a manner agreeable to Judge Turpin aa he would not contest Is nomination The Falrview Seminary At Qalthersburg Maryland eigh teen miles from Vashlngton City is conducted by Dr Chas H Waters A full corps of cultured lady teachers give a full English course of study with Latin French and German mu sic and voice culture under the New England conservatory system drawing and painting in water colors slid oit elocution and physical cultiira the school will open September Jih fl59J Somfi young ladies from n ar lUch nioiul are going Sunday September 17 By calling upon Mr James Miller or Mrs David Chennnlt further infonna tion may lie obtained Cost of board anti tuitiQil ILIIl cburae of ten- tnoptisO0 Ce H WjiBKSi espi3t Pamiiiit iM ik iV FOR ELDERLY FEET AVe tarry a line of SHOES which are the embodiment of mtnfort White conforming to tim present styles they are roomy and easy The tenderest feet will not feel tim eon fining leather Made in alt sizes in Black and Russet Calf Goat etc Pliable tint durable Quality excel lent Prices moderate New Paper Started We welcome to our sanctum The ValleyViewgifted writer and straight Democrat Price 75 cents per year weekly 8 pages five columns to page It is a neat newsy creditable specimen of journal lam antI should do well In politics time Argent will be publisindInlug a Democratic newspaper JiepnhH ems are not debarred from being edi lieu by a perusal til Its column After DinnerTo assist digestion relieve distress heartilyto Hoods PillsSold everywhere 25 cents High Compliment To a Local Pastor Not in our memory has a minister of the Methodist Church received such hearty endorsement with petitions to the Conference for his retention here as Is the case VSthRev T S Hubert pastor of the local church A dozen strung petitions have beet sent to Bishop Key at Carlisle to have him re assign Mr Hubert to this church and we join in the hope that the scholarly anti lovable young pastor will be re turned Ills ministry has been bingu larly successful and it would seem to be a calamity to the church and cer tainly a distinct loss to our city should Mr Hubert ho called away At this writing a large part of time church gpini population of Richmond Irre upectiveof denomination are awaiting anxiously time decision of the Bishop in this matter Bad BloodHJuro Proc Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of time Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are nil curable by B IJ B Botanic Blood Bnl m which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Per sistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem ishes Sciofula that resist other treat ments are quickly cured by B B II Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured PoisonliterallyB B Botanic Blood Balm in one to five months B B B IDes not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bat tie will test it IC any case For sale by drtiBKists everywhere Large bottles samplebottle symptomswill bo given Address Blood Balm Co 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Oa- julySOlyr highladderMachin Ghosts would frighten many people vti are not afraid of germs Yet time rferm in a real danger If tha micros topic animalism could be magnified to a size in pronotion to its deatlhimiessit would show like a giant python or flue breathing drauiin Time one fact to re member is that the germ is powerless to pureItto drive it out after it obtains a hnM iu time system Dr Pierces Golden Medi en liscovery is lit moat powerful mind perfect of blnod purifying medicines It increases time quantity as well as time iiialty of time blood and enables time to resist disease orto throw it off if disease has obtained a footing in snme weak organ Wherever the diges non is impared time nutrition of time body in diminished for time blood is made from time food which is eaten and half digested food cannot supply the body with blood in quantity and qual ity adequate to its needs For this eqnatoGoiulenninetyeight out otevery hundred per ions who gives It a fair trial When there is constipation Ur Pierres Pleas ant Pellets with promptly relieve and permanent cure Idleness Is time only refuge of weak minus anti time holiday of fools Lord Chesterfield usury Koehler Company want several carloads of Choice Wal priceTlmeyaisoLumber in mixed cars Write them at Louisville Ky apr56m He who wears his heart on his sleeve will often have to lament that thaws pectat it Carlyle EASK AND DISEASK A Short Lesson this Measinsufa Familiar Won DIspare is the opposite of ease Web ster define as lark of ease un disquietItmetit of time physical organism A vast majority ol the dincase from which people slitter Is due to impure blood Disease of this kind is cared by Hoods dargHpanlla which purifies enriches and vitalizes time blooii Hoods Sar Btparilla cures scrofuLi salt rlienrn pimples and all eruptions It tories the stomach and creates a good appe tire and it gives vigor strut vitality to the whole body It reverses the con dition of timings Rlying health comfort and ease in place of disease 1m He who hits the truth nt his heart need never fear time want of persua sion on his tongue Ruskin A disused liver declares itsolf by morOHjnesa mental depression luckof energy restlessness melancholy and constipation Herbine wll testorw time liYerito conditiOn Price 50- cIerrhohias 6ept6im HFUiatVpluntarily continues Ignor alit iii guilty df all time crimes which ignorance produces Dr S Johnson Tablfers Buckeye Pile Olnlnierit ro lieveS time Intense itching It soothes henls mud cure chronic cases where tiUrjooliB It is no experiiiiont iu EeryhII tb4m The 1rry VhioenM 1w SIZZLING HOTr 11Busy Bee Cash Stores Great Clear= ance Sale Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children lc per pair Childrens Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and double seat alt colors worth 7oc per pair are yours in this sale for 39c Boys 125 and 150 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted arid Reefer styles neat and serviceable ages 3 to 11 time price in this clearance sale only 89c Mens Good Cawimere Suits well made in brown blue scotch mixtures nil sizes worth S5 SO and 7 will be closed in this clearance sale at 08 Mens Fine Ailwool Suits choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted sack anti frock styles of flue imported worsteds scotches and clays every suit In time lot worth ami sold everywhere from S8 to 12 take your choice and pick this sale at 198 I Mens Extra Fume Dress Suits perfect tailored which will meet tIme wants awl suit time ideas of stylish Idressers to a T You can make your unrestrict ed selection from several hundrcd of these fashion able tailormade garments worth from S14 to SIC Ithey go in this sale at 843 ICHMOND comparison CLEARANCE Furnishing completely disgruntled unequalled incomparable Boys Clothing That Make Mothers Wild Buy 200 and time 400 108 CHANCES solid pair Fine Jncquads and 85c per this 4Gc per Special saving Car greatestbargainsNot time left sale be tar and for us We for our fall to is actually the have to customers and let fail to this sale Big Lot Too will nl 39i you come Imrcamsnnd save and this is CA to ncake Respectfully w II OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN You bridle time appetrtebt you not the liver to do its work well You he honest it help it along and then with lose of Heroine time best liver regulator Price cents Thomas septGlm A bride in Japan her to her as slight re compense rearing her A Word to Jlnllirrf children or a severe need not lucid tate to administer Clixmberlains Cough Remedy It contains no oplite nor narcotic in any be as confidently to time habe as to an adult The success has at tended Its use the treatment colds and croup hiss won for approval praise it has received throughout time United States and many foreign by Thomas eepGlm He who oppression time Earwiu The most constitution can safely use Conssens Honey of If is a sure anti pleasant remedy for roughs loss of and alt and ung troubles Price antI rents k Thomas seplBlm and Boys NeIiee Shirts Uzderwe ilosiery 1 Cruh- u aiS Time success Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy compiaimmtshas salebylerrythou wouldst be learn please The hadirs Time pleasant and perfect safely may use Syrup of Figs alt makes favorite remedy To eat time true antI genuine look for time name of time California Fig Syrup Co printed near time time package For sale by all druggists He dares not foe den Circumslances Alter Cases In cases of dyspepsia nervousness catarrh rheumatism eruptions etc time circumstances inay be by purifying and enriching time blood with Sarsxparillu Gooif appetite good digestion nerves unit perfect time of these dteesns Hoods Sarsflparilla civ3 Greatest Medicine mind the that can Hoods Pills euro biliousness sick headache wild with excitement at the LOW PRICES for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods All our previous offers that have convulsed the people are dwarfs in to our offers in the GREAT SALE Prices that crippled in 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 Goods must go at prices obliterated and profit en tirely ignored No wonder competi Lion stands aghast The BARGAINS we are dishing out stand unmatched and Will to Boys 250 Suits go SlU Our- S S3 50 4 nun 5500 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale 269 alt styles Cream of tock Big Boys Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth 300 and will disappear in this clearance at Big Boys 7 S9 and S10 Long Pant Suits choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots Scotches etc Take your pick and in this gale at 498 4 4 4 + ++++ 2 in If to it is at at 8 MQ M Such Rare Bargains as These in Ladien Dongola Patent Tip shoes worth 125 go In this sale at 75c per pair Mens Sunday Shoes In mace and congress worth 150 will be dished out to you at Sac per pair Mens 175 and shoo will be 100 Mens dark Tan Black Vici and real Russia leather 3 and Si shoes they go In this sale at 129 Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods Allwool 36Inch wide cheviot effects novelties weaves in black all double widthgoods worth 35c and ti per yard will be slaughteied in this sale at ISc per yd Noth ing Organdies that were 25c and 5c per yard are now c in this sale mohairD One lot of Slippers for ladies in sizes 21J 3 and some 8s that were formerly sold at 1ZS 180 and 2 will be closed in this sate at per Poplins and many fancy weaves in alt wool double width Fine Dress Goods Formsr price 7 3u will he slaughtered in at yard Nothing icserved Clearance Sale on Lathes Readymade White Underwear Ladies Readymade Dress Skirts an article in entire big store untouched this must reaching a clean sweeping a grunt Pace cleaning sale must have room stock and time only way we see get it to give away and throw out several thousand dollars worth of best goods we our them profit our loss Dont attend A Great of Mens Linen Pants and Mens Blue Camlet Jeans Pants time best Now York Mills Camlet he closed per pair Bring alonjr your 5ASH when for these time a refusal of credit for ll CLEARANCE SALE room and cot cash to buy fall goods with Very MT AND may can bribe must with a litllirnow a Perry gives wedding presents patents a for theiriroulile in Mothers of affected with croup cold form mid may given great that in of it the and in lands Forfcale Perry allows sharps crime Eras delicate Tar voice throat 25 50 Perry Q e great of Cholera happy Prior effect with which ladies under conditions their article bottom of wants worth who praise a Dry V altered Hoods anti strong health takes place Amen best money buy is their were our Knee Pant sale unfinished worsteds fit Shoes Screes Heifcrettas fancy reserved yard sale by a S In New York City a blacksmiths shop is managed by three young women A WOXDKKHJL CURE 01J DIAUIUIOKA A IrnminiTit Virginia Editor Hart Al must liven Lii Rut Wab liroaght Back to Ierferl health by Chaw btrlains Colic Indira And Diarrhoea Krmnly HEAD IllS EDITORIAL HHlstille Va Times I suffered with dlnrrhoee for a long time and thought I was past being cured I had spent much time and money and suffered so much misery iliat 1 hind almost decided to give up all hopos of recovery arid await time re suit but noticing time advertisement of Chamberlains Colii Cholera and Diatrhoea Remedy and also some tea timonials stating how stone wonderful remedyIdoses I was entirely welt of that trouble antI I wish to say further to my readers and fellowsntlerers that 1 am a hale and hearty man today and feel as well as I ever ilid in life 0 K Momma Sold by Perry Thomas BcpGlui Time Queen of Portugal is translating Hamlet into Portuguese EVERYTHING GOES Tetter SaltRheum anti Kczcuia The Intense itching and smarting jim dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad IUSCB 4 have been permanently cured by it It is efficient for itching piles and I a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bileu tad chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr CailyH Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bed F condition Tonic blood purifier maid vermifuge They are not foot but medicine and the best in nse to put u horse In prime condition Price 25 cents per pockuga A woman teacher iu Philmlolphia retired recently sifter a sorviro of filly three years As an external lininiunftif most tiiiderful penetrative and curative xiwr r Hallnrds Snow Liniment is nolr iiah l anv other iu the world irire 2 and 50cts sepllhn A Louisville judge has ruled that if a woman wears a mans limit sho minuet take it oil when sue appears in his commit Trust riot to appearances limit put your faith in Hoods Sarsaparillawliicli never disappoints It U time best mudi vine money can buy Ladies Misses S and Childrens Slippers and S Sandals liu Patent Leather Sand DongolsS 0- S Oin MidSummer Sale will go for rpW 10 daysi Everything the way of Summer Goods aie going at a grea jiecjuctioiiv COME IN WITH THE TIDE00 This is one of the matiy opportunities that present itsulf only once in a season DONT MISS tTT7 DOULAS BRIGHT Rr COBOOTS SHOES AND GENTS Funrisumos f WfSraj w Ji m r t pniII C z11 iOv ii t 0 c ir1 FdJPt fa 1IREGENERO COMPLETE BLISS The Great Resl Lost Vllamr Makes till Weak Stroac 1i1CII RElD3DY- within C8a v rrnrli or rtrrv American Kilayn treatment U posts Ivtly cnaritnUwl to stirs flit most fimipllcalol case of Nervous Drlilllty or Viw4lne Zisto It acts fovrtttMT and quickly A Niw Sinn Ihy Ir llv IVrfccC U She rc uli orilif ue of itFiito men will re into their lost manhood and OM Men will rworri tlirfr youthful 4or It Invigorates and restore tc full lire ant vleur oil sufferers from Seminal Wat ws Impotcncy Vnrlcocelc Spcrmattorbea NiHitlr Emission list Drain and Jltwcular Power WSk Mitnorr WafcrfulncM Evil Dreams Despon demy luk of tYHifMvnra nml all effects of self IHIT or sexual execs iintl Indiscretion which nnEti one tar business ttnily or marriage HEJ EEItO wwatoucutoUie root of tho dlneaaethat Is why It cum It Is tho eroatost Nerve Tonlr In tne world that Is why It gves Vlcor and Anion and restores Ike Fire or Ypulh It ti a marvelons Blood 1nrl Ikr that Is why the Pink lonf rom bock to xiialrrhrclil Insist upon having KKCENEHO Can tocarrlnl In A t pocki Uy mall 810O pr- rtIIIY clx tyc 8300 We rlierrfully refund IhniiKinrv whore boxes do not effect jt cure litt440r5 true iadirss tho American Office of 825COIUrnbLJIJUjE FUr sate In Richmond by Perry Thamw Drugglnt- aeepmJy 0tI1t = ZI 3I1 I c1 UJj rn 0 i t g g 0 G oj z trI I IrIc0000003 S naunnI- uuuuu cItz I 0 j q 11LJLI m 0 0 Ii UJODw 2 Clmi5 I oq = f 8 g 83BB i I i B ACTSGEMTLYONTHEKIDNEYS p AND BOWELS LAN5ES THE 5VSTEM EFFECTUALLYD OVERCOMEJjPATION I ENTllITS Buy THE GENU NtMAHTD by 1III1NIAJ1GSYRVPuflL Qt rca tu eyti PSU ftllIImI- Ltan5ly County Court Days Tans Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Monday Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon slay Georgetown Scott county third Mon day Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasvillej Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles wood ford county fourth Monday 3ooooes3SOSeSSSSSSSS S 0m S SS SSS SSSSSSSS S S S S C e S ee e o o c s cu THIS VVEEKSs 0 1lj SpeciulleodOfS II Os o 0 DONT FORGET IT 00 eS a Poi ceeta s e aYae 5a 0 aX 1 5mm Y 1akvcas i s0 a e e Clioicc Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash eCrcpons Piques Ginghams and Oe Percales All goingat SLAUGH PER PRICES S 0be S 11111113 111 1IflJ- 1BlJ illii a 1thipn g aiS0 0 0 nUT PRICES ON ALL im JUMMR UNDBRWBAR j i S SSS 0S regularas111CQ 150 can be purchased in the 0Ss next TEN DAYS for 100 All otherssG I 0 e reduced 0S S c 1 Od 0sij1E1J Jilni5jjjnii illn mJ nn ieO e All sizes good qualltyy at 0 c COST And remember our 0S 0s Clothing Suits complete atsOS S Wholesale Prices 0S e 0S E th v rD illnmibcifJ1BIll 5 5 S n of this Re 0Mduction Sale Come to Mc VS 0S e Kees when you want to 0oc save money Respectfully 0 0e 0S 00s gOWEN mil 7Je- o00 oo O0 IS 5 S 5 5 So e- w osee ess se4 eSs S ssiEtUD I 0 i10t L fIiTHt02OUo ntllt will cam Toti 008 GSADlUOCAtIlU ItDICI UWI JroIete t is aL Ufua1iI U DMkUM Mil u Ufi tQOua sdCHUTIST BIRUm tTIJ HUKO Or rv 7 r t50ao4l pindjsMth frpttwI ser cjs toreschtOufl CuE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In rour eu un r rttum y mr tl titjr yU rc not iuiin ti5t tuf r tOOsi I iiunnioicL2LAQQF IMITJJJON t =Lron uIerlno i Ir eeJt u1s nsrne r nd tv itI sw irIcv4 a 5It Ier IS- u1 Nrwr t D tessjti 1SMWM8W J3S tars ijhpsr bltnr7JouJ= UHlir iiIy Ps r na TI dnot 5tt5 1111 nv nu tyILuut I u OUTE WED OAK 1POPDFJlU CAJUIBT tIt rA UxIi tliustrttoa ioa u4a6ec1ovc4- tts 1IIU tn oml a crolr t4 s d heths U1lr tist r wet uU4rcIs4l t as in iendoc5tla terstcehtrntrrrtr tatnt pet tr rctt drrssutard heiul t decossted ITIUZELCtiAt Wt JltS t411IijOiIW EUTITfl aiJAUeH3re24 ioJ mtrIJ nn us rZeoIk4Mtrcss SEARS ROEBUCK tIkCOIlj ncl Chicago tjl Itrrllu WILL DROP FLAT Efforts to Lead Kentucky Dem Bolttf LOYAL MEN FULLY AROUSED I Stafcier Motives of Dissenters Dragged Into1he Glare of Public Print EDITORS REVIEW THE SITUATION Never Before In the History of tIle State Did the Party Ilavo a Candi date So Thoroughly In Sympathy With the Masses as Is Urn Hon William Gocbel Press a Unit For the Gallant Leader Tho efforts being made to lead the loyal Democrats or Kentucky Into a bolt against their splendid state ticket will fall flat Loyal party men are thoroughly aroused all over the state and will see to It that the sinister motives of the dissenters are made known to all Never In the history or the state did the party nominate a candidate so thoroughly In sympathy with the mass es or ao explicitly committed to measures which promise relief to the over burdened taxpayer as lIon William Goebel and the attacks made upon him at present are sure to recoil upon the heads of his detainers The Democratic newspaper press of the state Is almost a unit for the Lou- Isville ticket Past records of the bolt ers are dally being dragged Into the glare of print and no one need be in the dark as to the designs of the men who would destroy the party organiza Lion of the state and cause the Chicago platform principles and Bryan to go down ladefeat From the newspapers over the state the following extracts on the situation have been gleaned BROWNS CANDIDACY His Chief Mmlsto Weaken the Democratic Ticket The effort that Is being made to lead Democrats into a bolt against their disruptthecould have no other effect than to de yeurThatyule wants Never before In the his tory of the state did the party have a candidate so thoroughly in sympathy with the masses of the people or so measureswhichwant cheaper books for your children 7 enlargingtheso as to enable it to prevent extortion and discrimination or do you want the railroads to enjoy such immunity as fprtheyou and subject you to the payment of the highest freight rates that the gettingyour products and all the profits that are justly yours besides William Goebel stands for the enactment and enforcement of statutes In tended to provide cheaper books for your children the book trust having robbed the parents out of 300000 last year and the limitation of tie powers of the common carriers of the state thelawthe statute which crushed the life of the lottery octopus John Young Brown the bolter Is not In reality an aspirant for governor He is posing as a candidate against Goe bel while in fact Joe Blackburn Is the man he Is trying to defeat Everybody possiblyhopedidacy can have but one effect name ly to weaken the Democratic ticket and make the election of a Republican governor and legislature possible theRepublicans forhisthis Republican legislature is to elect JoeBlackburnBrown can stoop so low as this Jacksonville Hustler Aug 4 scnooiiBodk HIM A Study of the Reforms Proposed by the Chinn measure In view of the fact that this Is the season of the year when the common beginningthedians are buying new books for their goodUme theChinnplatformplatformThis by the Demo crats of both branches of the last leg butforIs therefore no fault of the Democrats nowbutgovernorconclusion because when the people themselvesthoroughly platformof the party advocating them in such numbers as will sweep the Republic majorItywhelming that no attempt by the book generaschoolbooksforthat materially affects every man woman or child in the commonwealth usIsProblblUonlstshollldbe directionWeof either party will beopposed to such a measure when they are familiar with tho provisions of the bill and before this campaign is over Itwill not be tho fault of the Democrats it thy are riot The pursuit of pas i life as the pursuit U of the bubble reputation e ten at the cannons mouth Late hour the breathing a vitiate- datniospher rich foods and irregular rest must result in a depleted vitality There isa feeling of languor the appetite fails sleet does not refresh its interest anti nervousness or hysteria may make life miserable The preservation of the healthful tone keepingand other organs of digestion and nutrition in a condition of health When any of the above mentioned symptoms appear the timely use of rywillpoise It purifies the blood nourishes the nerves restores the deranged stomach and its allied organs to a tion of sound health There is no alcohol whisky or otter stimulant contained in Medical Discovery I was troubled with very frequent headaches titeSlMissCo Texas Bowels were irregular and my stomach and Hrer seemed out of order Often I could eat almost nothing Jar unatatDI5COerysuit tIflt before linishlag the third bottle 1ngpublkalttlllIlIQtevilsDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse and the stohtatJu liver Md howel TIWy iitrI ramillar with the reforms In this dP rectlon advocated in the Democratic platformIn first place the Chinn bill pro vides that within ten days after the bill becomes a law the governor shall appoint a commission of seven CIti- zens of Kentucky who shall be chosen With special reference to their scholarly and business qualifications one appellatepolitIcalknown as the Kentucky School Commission Their term of office shall be for four years and their compensation shall be J5 per day and traveling ex penses while In the actual discharge of their duties No session of the commission shall exceed 20 days at one time As soon as the commission shall have been selected the superintendent of public instrucUon shall ad rellablepubJlshlngfor furnishing books for the schools of the state for a term of five years each bid to be accompanied with a sample cf the book or books proposed- to be furnished and a deposit of 500 with the auditor for damages for failure to enter into a contract with the state of their bid is accepted The bids shall state the kind and price of books to be furnished the price at which they are supplied to dealers and the price at which the dealer Is to sell them to the citizen the price at which all books now in use in the public schools of the state are to be taken in exchange for new books and the price at which books will be mailed to pur chasers Before this contract is en tered into the publishing house shall file with the secretary of state a bond for 10000 for the faithful perform ance of the contract The bill then fixes the highest price which the commission shall pay for books to be sold at retail These prices as compared with the prices now being paid for books of the same class ore as follows Price Trice under A Paid Now Chlnn DIll Speller 1T iO First Reader i 17 IO i2OhlrdFourth Header oro 40 Fifth Render 72 V M Mental Arithmetic 25 J 2O Practical Arithmetic 50 f J 40 Elementary Orography 05 i 40 Geography Complete 1120 j 8 Elementary Grammar M 24 English Grammar romp G3 hf t cPhysiology and Hygiene 100 j 4 Primary History V a ro 40 History United States 100 Composition 32 ZLanguage Lesson I 20 15 Language Lessons II23 20 Civil Government 45 Total 972 080 680 Amt saved by Culnn lll202This saving of f292 applies to every child in state of Kentucky and amounts to hundreds of thousands of dollors Take Barren county alone There are in the public schools of this county in round numbers 8000 chil dren A saving of 292 on each child means a saving of 23360 to the patrons of the common schools of Barren county alone This one plank In the Democratic platform ought to be enough to insure the election of the state ticket by an overwhelming majority and we be lievo when the people have been made thoroughly familiar with the ques tions at Issue between the parties they will give the ticket headed by Goebel the biggest majority received by a candidate since the whrOlasgow News Aug 8 Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten millions trial bot ties of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on lerry Thomas Druggist Successors to W G White and get a trial bottle free regular size 50c aiidl Every bottle guaranteed or pried re fundedSMEN NOT WANTED a Two More Clubs Organized by Elizabeth N J Maids ILouUville Post x The Old Maids Club of Elizabeth N J organized several weeks ago has two rivals The members of all the clubs meet in the several homes of the mombois and great secrecy is observed Uy tho members as to what transpires The con duct of the absent members is reported upon by the several detect ves employed by tho clubs and there is trouble for the girl who is reported as breaking the rules or divulging what is done in tho meetings The attitude of the members against the men is depopulating the streets at night and little promenading is done There is strong talk in the Various clubs of the men to form social clubs anti theatre arties as well as ice cream parties anti to ignore the girls in all social gatherings Unless time craze ceases soon there will not be a hat tipped on Broad street or in any ol tIme frequented thoroughfares where the women are wont to be promenade afternoons and ice cream dealers and liverymen will have to go out of business The girls say that men are setting to be just too horridand that the formation of womens clubs is the only way to check the excessive use of tobacco Last Thursday night theAC met and elected officers and permanently organized The meaning of the letters A C csterdayprvinpstood for Anger Club In toother sectioli of the cHy joe Girls bachelors Club was organized with almost the same ironclad rules and regulationaas other twoiclrfbshave concerning the late of girls who are caught trying to attracttlie attention of a man unless it is shown that he is a brother first cousin fattfer tJr brother inlaw or uncle For wounds burns scalds stiresjsfcin diseases and all irritating eruptions nothing so soothing and healing as De Witts Witch Hazel Salve MrsEm ma Bones Matson Englewood Nursery thiC 1mS of it When all else fails iuhealil1lour babies it will cure Perry Thomas SfflISTELL WHERE THEY JlRJu A novel method of detecting the sound as a steamships propellers has been invented byaq Italian JIe lias made an apparatus which Is a variation of the telephone Several trans mittors are submerged and arranged on land or to point in different directions all being connected with n re coiver on board another ship Tho direction In which lheebuhd is Ipudcst indicates the point of the Compass in which tho distant slip is IQ be looked for Experiments have shown that a ships propellers betray its wliereabouts aLa distance of six miles OneIpneumonia left my lungs la bad shape and I was near the first stages of consumption One Minute Cough Cure completely cured mc writes Stolen MrJIenrv Disrnnk N D Gives instant relief IVirry 4 Thomas Ttfe ilUWLterOfenhiatit1enISalurdey- forf tbePlm1jpues were i1t- otaioLI4D2 fu1 Jni e sa j ii 4 h 11 GOOD CATTLE SELL4TK1I4PRICESJ 1I4Shorthorns wore tho njaf kettop pHrs on Monday a shipment of thirty head dt fancyt steers toUchinj CGO and another prime lot of the same breed going it050 Even these fiszures may be exco ding b forq our market report Is jUt to prfasljpst where if wilt end no ono kndvs Advancing values always lend to clif ck conisuinpr tion except in the asQof time r11I cattle where that influence is letfuft as people who breakfast on tenderloins and dimmlOIL rib roasts do not ordinarily consult the market quotations when their appetites are concerned Any very marked advance in the cuts that jo to a less extravagant trade will cor tainly have a tendency to check eon oumptlou and turn buyers toward meats but pork ami muttuii are both selling at pretty strong prices so that the situation is ruttier Unusual With excellent export markets a homo de mandthat la almost unprecedented and constantly decreasing supplies those whoBludy time conditions most closely can sue nothing but high prices U1tJ1dlumied and are in but thlsl8eason 1showadecrealO this the demand can produce only one result Iliippy the man whose good judgment led him to feed good corn to good cattle IJe need not now best tJmving hisjcattlefeediug accounts 15recd oreV Gazette lied Hot From Tim Gun Was the ball that hit G IJSteadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War Ii caused horrible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salvo cured him Cures Cuts Bruiser Burn Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25 cia a box Curegtiaran toed Sold by Perry Thomas Drug Elate 3 WARNING TO INCREpULOUSiSPimERS The tender love as a pretense under which to get money from an nnftrarried woman when the same is not real isI held not to be an offense under law A case in point has just been decided by the supreme court of the state of Oregon There lives in that State a wellpreserved spinster possessed of considerable wealth as well as charm Life being lonely she accepted tho advances of a deceitful stranger who avowed that never until hehad met her did his heart betray its weakness Under the guise of this coming rapprochement he touched the lady as the phrase is for a liberal amount of money and then his love began to cool It was under these circumstances that the lady sought about for n rem edy which she located in a suit for ob taming money under false pretenses From justice court up to the tribunal of last resort the case dragged its way being ably championed on both sides by gallant attorneys who felt that great questions of State were involved in it Time lower courts were inclined to side with the lady but when the supreme court was reached there was an end of gallantry and a resort to tllcv cold logic of law lhatbody held that the pretense by a man that he is Unmarried upon which ho procures money from a worn anon a promise of marriage is insufficient to make him punishable for false pretenses through himself as a false token There is one comfort at least in this decision for irate ladies and that is tho official declaration that a manis worth lessas collateral Chester H Brown Kalamazoo Michm says Kod61 Dyspepsia Cure indigosliondyspeptics Digests what you eat without aid from time stolnach and cures dyspepsia Perry Thomas A post office has been established at Reno Pulaski county Kj KEEP COOL BY TAKING A LAKE TRIP Visit Picturque Mackinac tim island of cool brSezes or time 3000 islands theGeorgian Bay Route Travel via D C thcCoast Line to the North ern Summer Kesorts Send 2 cents for illustrated pamphlets AddresS A A SOHANTZ GP A Detroit Mich LITERARY NOTES Time September number of thNew Lippiucott is overflowing with interest of every attractive sort There is abundant and varied fiction begin rung with the complete novel by Maurice Hewlett and including papers by Ruth McEnery Stuart Mrs Schuy ler Crowninshield E F Reason Man rice Thompson and Albert Bigelow Paine i there is matter for yachtsmen and for tho veterans of the 6 A R i there is literature social life pictur esque history and national interests Everybody is served with his favorite dish and each will like the choice of all therest The author of The Forest Lover historyorof Nona the leading novel in tho JNew Lipincott he paiuts ft hugo dramatic canvas in hues varying from grim tragedy to idyllic love LOne of tho niost interesting features iti the September Harpers is an articlo entitled Behind the Pink Wails of time Forbidden City by a writer signing himself Cathy It tells as uono of thepress despatches have told time de tails of the drama which lies been played about the Chinese throne and throws a new light on the character oft Dowager Empress The number also contains a powerful article by Mark Twain in which he discusses the ruessent position of the Jews and its underlying causes Other valuable features are Leila Herbetts article on rfhe First American his Homes and Household short sioriea by Seunias MacManua Frederic Eeminglon Wil mot Price Brander Matthews and W B Van IIIKCM There are also further instalments of Their Silver Wedding Journey Time Princess Xeniannd pr Wveths Life of General F mestr In the Jepiember of Harpers Kontid Tlth1 Dan Beard tells the boy i11or to buOdand furnish tho DanielBoone Log plibiut and illustrates his article with drawings that fihow exactly time way the work should he done The stories of tlio number arc TJifi JIcWilK iams Special by Charles BroughtoOj 5Iy Duel with YellorJIRIt by eoIpneUJody iJifltalo Btamid thl Qu r WI Alfllrntn lifopllip SlItfrhtJr isuTt1 a StftK war Ir paper jjiCapon at Jt Canev indanothef l s l1D1 nt tJ1 fAdvea ttfres oftiavixfHamhhlon a Mr John Kendrick Bat gs has never written anything more thoroughly amusing than the first chapters of The Enchanted p6writer which is now appearineiu Harpers Weekly In It Mr Bangs again ventures actosd tile Styx for htRjnaterlal and a number of tho famQusj sbades whonlwe met In- thmeHouiat ire Mr Bangs story will bo fo1loceiIby 8ro mance entitled Will SworditndCrn ciOx by E S Van ZUeJ fheffirsi in stallment of Mr Van Ziles story will appear early in September t Ij flrtiu through the winter mouths NeyerThas the practical usefnlneB8of Harpers Bazar been more thoroughly proven than in its recent numbers Among the most useful features maybe mentioned Dr Grace Murry papers on First Aid to the Injured Mrs Birds lessons in i Bon net Trimming and Miss DeForests letterson European fashions There is always a plentiful supply of Bhort stories giid Brander Matthews novel A Cnfltleiit TQ morrow which is SiIiiii Jfgrlrt chapters promises to be one of the most interesting studies of life among New York artistic antI liherary sot which has yqUbeeitiWiilteii c tV iCEIEFIi11 TIIE5 INEBRIATED 4 A traveler has made the observation that cofTeedrinking people are very seldom given to drunkenness In Brazil for instance where coffee is grown extensively and all the ijidabi tanta drink it many times a day intoxi cation Is rarely seen The effect is not only noticeable among the natives but the foreigner who settles there though possessed of ever such a passion for strong drink gradually loses isis liking for alcohol as ho acquires time coffeo drinking habit of the Brazilian A pretty young lady dropped her dainty lace handkerchief at a State street corner the other afternoon A dapper young nail and a newsboy Stittlsaw it drop and simultaneously made a grab for for it and each got a corner Xi tgorve got it whispered the feliowTTio the boy Let go yourself shouted time miewsy Ive got it While the man was apparently whis poring the bribe to the boy the latter suddenly jerked the hankerchief out of his hands and handed it to time smiling girl with the remark Dat guy wanted to make a mash I EUPSS but I caught de snuffer first The crowd laughed and thVguy suddenly moved on Chicago News POleify ChildrenWe have thrce children Before the birth oftbe last one ray wife used four bot tles of MOTHERS FRIEND ityou hall the pictures of our hl lrcn you could see at a g ance that the lastone- Is heallhlest prettiest and flncstIopklnff of thcni all My wife thinks Mothers Friend Is the greatest and grandest remedy In the worE lorcxpecl ant mothers Written by a Ken tucky Attorneyat Law mOTHERS FRIENDIdisposition and tempor remain unruffled throughout the ordeal because this relax ing penetrating liniment relieves the usnal distress A goadnalured mother Is pretty sure to have a goodjuturcd child The patient is kept In a strong health condition which the chld also inherits Mothers Friend takes a wife through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly I assists in her rapid recoveryand wards off tic dangers that so often follow de livery Soli by iSrugjlsts for it a bottle THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA Send for our free illustrated book 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WiLTAyspWsit1nitomz ap- C C J PLEASE TRY OANDY CATHARTIC I JOe 25c 50c sart L600t1s AND Our prices cAoIItt raa Compel ypuJfcp trade with us when you gvefls trial 1PJls ffiIDiB iJ1 mm ID rjia jnmJJ IDIlJg nj n The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases 1101 bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy m the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want IE so trade with WniteAND GiDSOn SOft CALDWELLSN fSTILl SPRINGS o a e e p p p p pp SS S S 5 r a White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN JijNB h T T BBR ht On the R N I Railroad mid the Kentucky River in the midst of Mountain and Romantic Scenery The White Sulphur is specific for skin and kidney troubles time Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Maths in the house gjfffor iurtlter particulars address I IJM Tnom s hon may314m IRVINE KY 35 ECONOMIST RANGES I liiiI 0- e 15 tJ tIltn x tr UJt Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LANEjfffl i Weeler Wilson Sewing Machine Iotry MoUo aN Ball Bearings IlOt wlf bi Blue Graas FuruiiUre wJ Sy j III IrIIIIi I ALL DRUGGISTS o s 55 Ss S SSSB tTheyre the OAAO best Thats why you want to see them t J U cbefoie you buy Wo mean f our J V Insuraiic A P Y fl Gasoline J J11 V Stove7e t w FOUND ONLY AT THE w j Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS SIMMONS rt Screen Doors Water Coolers 3 Refrigerators Champion Bin ders and Mowers nay Rakes Binder Twine Etc mchlly JA BOON TO MANKIND DRT ABLERSIBUCKEVE IIwrtF3rJ-W LIIITIuc PILE =LET UB CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F 2ALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists J111511 Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PnrUII lOU Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign end American Marble and Granite FINE WORK W Spl htlTFY +Those who arc contemplating buying Marble Granite or any hint Cemetery Work will it to their interest to call at time old stand in tilt iir-of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on lianl a large stock of finisher work to select from at prices tolIttall claps buyers gWMR W U GOUCHER ono of the best men In Central Kentucky la in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory in every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for desii be furnished on application tfYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDA J7MES T HPC7VCILTON Proprietor iIIiii SPILECURE WHY SUFFER AGONY igurtedtoureNo Knife I No Interruption of BusinassJj1iThe first treatment Brings imme cured thousands and euro you iMIL T S WILCOX prominent merchant iio1ititanI ii and iAftersee pinmcnded to me The use of one box effected s permanent cure themneansIv s a Price 101 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN Vv I CURESPILEoeLbr = a 4 01