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Digital page images are linked to the text file. uII Ik r j ii m TilE RICHMOND r CLIMAX rti 1 fh t 1 VOLUME 6 RICHMOND R1ADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1899 NUMBER 15 J For Rent e MM tfJChoice of three good c office rooms over Doug I las Simmons hard s ware store Main St Also very desirable c eightroom residence with modern conven Y iences GRIGGSBY MUNCEY PROFESSIONAL CARDS A rot Zs Rw MILLER ATTOBNETATLAW RICHMOND KMTTCCKT Office In the Buriura Building ncxt door to arnier National Bank feb3ly SULLvANJA ATTORNKVATLAW niCHMOSD KENTUCKY Ollie over rllorH Hardware store op I wito Vinrt House on Main Street II HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW ItiiiMosn KENTUCKY Ollice No 13 lint St up stairs 31 30 JCDMOHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KlCIIMOKD ICltNTUCKY- Olfice on Second strict over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AUorneyatZawfl- in iiMisn KENTUCKY Olli with T J Smith Jr over IIIJ t MitcJlUUfI T C Uov ryA- UomeyatrLa w MlHrley lluildlnp Ricliond Ky PHYSICIANS DUS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGROS KICIIMOND KENTUCKY lofce in the Joe IVfio building and to See- oa1 rcet OVt Wtc old drirMrs 27 CHAS hOOKER ETERINARY SURGEON Imduote Ontario Vtlcrintiry College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty oOlHce up Btaini over store recently accu i itl hy Richmond Harness Co East Main 8t Iticliiimnil Ky apr7ly ii C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhco Prather lluililincr Main Street Tekphoue Rt residence the Ciirr 1lue0roadway ItiriiMoxn KENTUCKY M n GEVANS PhYSICIAN ANU LIIUlKO- NIIJMtJI KTUCK- KT J TAYLoR rattUvmtr in ifoliciiu und Surgery KHUOND KKNTUCKY iOfllce and rcnldence on Second Street DENTAL SUnaES DT a t LOOT LOUISVILLE KY IIoffice next door to Government Building llichmSnd Ky OHlce lauura9 to Wl to t 1IIOVI DFRED SMITH DENTIST 3OIBcn over Cotiina Orotery name office lately occupied by Dr W W BnrKin JanKIy Dr Louis H Landman No 8 Went Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio win be at the Hotel ZIramer Richmond Ky on PRIDAY SEPT 15 1899 returning every aecond Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky ebl6ly r ZLLOZ ENTRAL SHORT LINE TO S New OrleansB- est Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS- MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves nt1ville every and runs through to San Francisco Ask your ticket agentfotparticulari or write t l U Kowler Trartsllng Passeniter Agent KyF Chair Cars Lonlavllle to Memphis and New Orleans A II HANSON WM A KELLOND i O P A ChiCTen A O P ATMnieTille RECENCRfl FOR WEAK MEN Tho trent French BemrVly la within csnr Tech of every American It acts powcrf undqalcilr A Ken Van Phnleallj Perfect Uths rJsIt of 30 am use cl VounK mon i11rgaIn UltJr met InnUnt4d ad Old Men tvlil recover their yontbfnl vigor It fits oro tr business rtady or mwrrlaf BECENER3 II the createst Hervlns crtf cold In this country Can Jn TNt pocket By mall tUO box or for 500 Wo cIe rJn3 iroier where aix bEee donotc1ccL a cm ttrcalars free Address tho American ofllco BOSMAOI ME1CE ft Wlr feftYet AID by Prry A Ti6nl septlJ ly d c For Ecnt byirbo rented for reniaindor of this year EoGREENLEU PUBLIC SALE Ai agent and attorney in fact for the heirs at law of Terry dcd I will on Slurb Septak 15 1899 beginning at 10 Oclock a msell on the pram ises at calldecedent1st The tract on the watera of Stony Branch beIngerly resided and adjacent to lands of Mrs MraYOnngJ II Jones theSouthermost thelandsroadbutherdowerroadtorKentuckyriverposite the dwelling of Terry 0 Perkinsdecd northbtgoodorchard eonenlentcomfortablerespects desirable forhome- BlEIUlSoncthlrd of January 1900 when pollllct pricefall1ble and thedaysecurityrequiredpayments from January 1900 and lien re to the lands indisputable WM LCROTCHER Atty in fact for Perkins Heirs Burnani Si Mobcricy Attys nug234w Thos Ferrill Auct PURITY OF TONE combined with great ranpro and power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano inE III Ititof very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as wellas a handsome appearance and fine finish We have severalstyes Some in Mahogony Rosewood etc Prices range from 22500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHH H G KENT 4GENT RICHMOND KY FASTIDIOUS FELLOWS will find my Jewelry correct in every particular Wntch Chains of Solid and Holled Gold in new and stylish patterns at prices that please money savers Also Studs lUngs Scarf pins etc of remarkable merit All going at prices ridiculously low It is no use for me however to try to toll about all tim good things we are soiling You had bettor tOme milt Bco for yourself I also handle the best line of Watches to be found in the city F J YEAGER KyILumber For Sale I have at my mill near Waco about three hundred thousand leetot firstclass oak lumber which I will srll at mill or loaded on cars For further particulars call on or address J M BOWMAN uly53mo Waco Ky SEND ONE DOLLAR a SITS W1NTtDande will und by freight rzucuT riis 10U sibject t ci Ul L4- Sisal Uirt rfjjeFiS saf II r rrritU 41 anti It found UfUullorkqtI- T rl ftItlilOO 57 Ik frtljM P3 Our Ct4il j i1teawttl order PIrtltofrolr r Milt edt IW Krk 1setsI THIS IIAMDSiWECAITOIIEI = itlmedjjet fe in very 00t1a Hrbta sedtsetThI M4 ku rfck IbI7 te5 r Osetse to sd ltb CIssIdsIbMdteis ROEBUCKrrtoCO CHICAGO sprtfim h n ke ti hiQ Ri1wy Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST noUN Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 63 an Eastern for Louisville 7 30 ltr Moruheadaud Lexlnctod Accom 3 pu New York Limited F F V 4 M pi EAST BOUND- CexlnfriOttundMorehesxlAcconi IllS an anL1i1t00Washington Express 923 pn Accommodation trains run tInny except BUn day Other trains run drUf TLnmCh leelInK and riintcR car service tt tfewfVoriu For Information rates or sleeper reservation call on or write K HOOD Agent LNRy or OKOttGE W BARNEY p ACOXrLez1ngtcnKy j H1OMAN Answered the Attack Made by Minister on Senator Gcebel Literature Sent Out Intend ed For Her lather The following hot rejoinder appear SeptemberRev Coleman of Louisville who literarybureauone of his circulars to Itev AVrn Stanley nOof the oldest and bestknown ministers of the Christian Church in Kentucky As ho was away from home it fell into the hands of his daughter the wifd of State Senator T R Welch of Nicholasyllll who represents the SearrineWoodford Scott or Twenty second District in the State Senate Mrs Welch is one of the brightest women in Kentucky and aIto Rev Colemans circular letter as fol lowsREV Ms COLEMAN Louisville Ky MY DEAR REV MB COLKMAN As my father Mr Stanley is out of the State at present it will give me pleas ure to reply to such questions Itd dressed to him as from his expressed opinion he would have done and at the same time gladly relieve you of any pledge of secrecy as I judge my father is not a whit ashamed of his convictions HIS TITLE ATTACKED The title of Rev indicates your affiliation with some sect of Christians who have been successful in finding some point of difference between them selves and other Christians and justified in the tenth and twelfth verses of the first chapter of First Corinthians Your circular to my father showed you equally clever in finding something about which you may separate your self from other Democrats Mr Stanley has spent the best years God has given him in an earnest endeavor to unite nIl Christians and do away with the doctrines of men which set at naught tho commandments of God1 Mr Stanley is and always has been for Senator Goebel for Governor approving his methods and honoring the man Your guess of 40 to 3 against him will necessitate greater efforts on the part of the faithful few lie was a rebel in the Civil War and ient ac customed to scare badly at superiorly of Goebel was the choice of the Democrats delegated to make a tie ection from three good men for nomi nee Mr Stanley hasnt learned to bot being young yet Give him time Yes be favored the passage of tile Goobel bill and the result so far has not been of a nature to cause change of heart Your accusations under this lead are absolutely incorrect We do not want any inau counted in unless fairly elected Assuming wo do there is no such provision under the Goobel law and the history ot 90 shows no such necessity Yes Yox populi vox Del Such Is the purpose of the Goebel election law such have been its effects No pardon me if I fail to keep this paper going Can give It to no good man of my acquaintance When a dangerous dog lands at my door I chain him right there LITERATURE loOT WASTED Please do not annoy my father with any bolting abusive literature lie is abouthis Fathers business and if the budget is like unto the sample it will not increase his zeal My mother and sister prepared a feast for my father on hearing the news of the nomination of such a Dew ocratic ticket and in his heart he thanks God for such a temperate fear less brainy man at his head having made an estimate of the wan from his private character and public record Now my dear brother we are en deavoring to be Christians and findit not inconsistent to espouse the cause of Keep j Youryouth t If you are young you naturally appear so If you are old why ap pear so- Keep young Inwardly we will look after the out recd not worry longer about those little streaks gray advance agents of age 9 l Hair vigor J I rill purely restore color to gray hair and it will also give your hair all the wealth and gloss of early life Do not lIow falling of youlongerwith be annoyed with dandruff you our book on the Hair and Scalp free upon request VfrKa fa the Jtecfsv It you do uot obtain All Uie bene fits run expected trots tint nee ot the Vlror write the ilortot alxmt tt lloUnblf thee i is aotna tteeull with your renerattn wbleh nur o nLoImII 1t r Jr DOAIwmYTtwE I Makes the food more delkkxis and wholesome 1 LsoAttuata Kr tm eo rone a man who lisa ever fought tho battles of the poor and weak against the pow erful and wealty antI time and again without hope of compensation Wash your hands of the blood of this just wan lest you shame the God you pre tend to serve Drop in and give Sena tor Goobel a call and though yon may find him making superfluous laws you will find no tobacco nor liquor on his tableLong live the Democratic party and may God bless and direct its lead ers Very sincerely yours MRS T IL WELCH Oloriona News ofIbottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her heat and face and the best doctors could give no help bnt her cure is com plcto and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels exp ls poisons helps digestion builils up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 TO THE BOLTERS Editors Climax A number of people say if Mr Goebel is elected the country will go to hl- I wish to call the attention of the people to this simple nonsensical childish idea They lie when they say so It is only the voice of some kickers those ye have with you always I rememer when Hays defeated Tilden the same old cry was heard yet the country has survived the shock and moves on in prosperity as if nothing had happened and will still move on in the simple channel and tenor of its way even if Mr Goebel is elected the man whom they term the Czar The people of this country rule it and will continue to do so for some time yet to come So my fellow citizens and Democrats do not pay any attention to these babblers who as a rule are un mindful of what they are talking about but delight to hear their own monot onous voicies cackling like geese enjoying a gentle shower and think them selves wise in their conceit It is well to oppose corrupt leglsla tion and to centuro any man guilty of such but when people cannot oppose without persecution then it is time to call a halt and consider the good ns well as the corrupt side Them is and always has been a feeling among all people or nations where there is individual liberty to sympathize with persons who are un justly and unreasonably persecuted There ure many of those persons maligning Mr Goobel who are no hotter than hiennl many of them much worse would grasp to any measure to gain their point provided they were placed In the same position Why then should they cry out against their fellowuinn And centnro so severely for the same thing they would themselves be guilty of There is an old trite saying those who live in glasshouses should not throw stones especially large rocks It is hard to suit everybody and there is no one man that ron well do so not even Jesus Christ who is conceded to be the only begotten son of God then why should it be expected of poor simple man The world is full of chronic kickqr8hnB been ever since the first day of creation and will be unto the end oj time They come into tbia world kicking and when life begins on its homeward journey their kicks grow louder and louder On behalf of success of the great principles of the great est of parties let us have peace by electing our nominee Wnv Goebel Gov ED BROWN He Fouled The Surgeons All doctors told Renlck Hamilton ot Vest Jefferson 0 after suffering IS months from Rectal Fistula be would die unless a costly oporatlou was per formed hut he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 President McKinlev in his speech at PitUburg makes use of the follow log language Speaking of the Filipl nes he says They assailed our sov ereignty and there will Do no useless parley no pause until the insurrection id suppressed This is the same sentiment that prompted the Britons to make war on their colonies in this country more tban a hundred Jars ago with this difference The British actually owned this country bv right of discovery awl were trying to put down rebellion whereas the Americans had no right to the Philippines at the time the war with the Filipinos began nor were they ever recognized as sovereigns by those people or by anybody else McKinleyd vacillating policy in re garth to the war during the past two years hiss matte him the laughing stock of every intelligent citizen am such utterances us the above brand him as a tyrant without one epark of humanity or sympathy for a liberty loving people DeWittB Little Early Kisera perm nently wire chroiiic constipation bil iousness iiervousnew IInl1 woruput feeling cleanse arid regulate the euMru Small pleasaiit neverripuor woken famous little pII Perry Thomas Marcus Daily the millionaire Mona hUla copper king has already ehippid his statue of trotters to take part iu the races at Louis villa The copper find green colors of the western stable will be ten fur the first time this year oh the opening dtiy whellJoo Rcaiscoreg with My Trick in the IOctO Kentucky Matron Stakes 0 r h 1 BAKING POWDER I CORRESPONDENCEPAINT Miss Estelle Poyniz of Mt Sterling is the guest of Miss Jimmie McCor muck The Paint Lick bnse ball team de featcd the nine from Richmond tur day September Ind by a score of 13 to 7MI Young of Due West S C who has been visiting friends here for sever al weeks returned to her home last week Tim trial of Gill Prather fur the kill ing of Bob Denton came up In the Garrard court for trial last Friday Sop tembcr 1st was continued until December court Miss Florence Burnside leaves today for Gathersbnrg Maryland where she will attend school She leaves many sad hearts behind but the saddest of them all is llarveys The ice cream supper given by Miss Viola Million at High point schoolhouse last Saturday September 2nd proved quite satisfactory especially so to have been gotten up on such short notice The proceeds amounting to 1350 will go toward purchasing a school library for that District WALLAOETON Schools are all progressing nicely W P Caldwell paid home a flying visit A crowd attended Slate Lick Springs last week and reported a good time Miss Rosa Ballard of Kingston has been visiting relatives at this place Buck Uolson one of our blacksmiths is preparing to move to Indiana We regret to see him go The series of meetings held by Rev Brouch of Stanford closed on August 25th with J3 additions to the church On August 17lhat home of the bride Miss Etta Bodkin and J HXenham Welch urg Jackson county were married DOYLESVILLE BORN To the wife of W C GrlKgs August 28 a girl Mary Earl Prof Lunsford of Berea closed last week a ten days singing school at this placeMrs Cdssie Dunham sold to W C OrigKS her property in this place for t 000 She purchased a farm on Mud dy Creek foi 2500 On August 30 at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs II K Moosley near this place Mr Ollie Jones and Miss Mollie Moosley were united In Marriage They are simply perfect writes Robt Moore of La Fayclte Ind of DeWiftu Little Earlv Risers the fa unius little pillslffor constipation and all liver aliments Never gripe Perry l Thomas THEY SAW THROUGH THAT JOKE Women still talk about their children Bas the London Daily Telegraph They always will enlarge on the subject nearest to their hearts As they used to discuss their ailments they now discuKS their education and in theory they are magnificent in their methods At the recent congress an American delegate listened with great gravity to theorise on childish culture and thetnndo a real hit by remarking in an inimitable American manner Well it seems to me that you women will have our children in spectacles before they have any teeth I Bust on the market for coughs and colds and all bronchial troubles for HeuryROne Minute Cough Cure Perry Thomas All things can now be properly elim mated from the gubernatorial race in Kentucky save and except this one question which do you prefer Mr Goebel or Mr Taylor Democracy or republicanism This is the issue before the people and the one they must settle by their votes at tile polls It is needless to keep threshing over that old straw as to how Uoebel Taylor or any other nominee arrived at their nomination They have been nomina ted and now it remains for the people to choose between them People that are Democrats have but one course to pursueB Turner Compton Mo was cured of plies by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve after suffering seventeen years and over remedies Physicians nndsurgeons endorse It Be ware pf dangerous counterfeits Ferry Thomas Seventeen of the greatest threeyear old trotters have qualified to start in the 10 000 Kentucky Matron Stakesto be contested on the 25th of Septeinber nt Louisville Among the well known drivers that wilt hceeeu together in the rice are Hayes WRt Wylie Starr Miller Marvin DeKyder antI M cOne tiiy The Lesliuton Ky filly Ex tOBV is already a big favorite for the race The opening diy of the trotting meet ing at Louisville on tlie 25ili of thm month should uiakV history for tlc ImrnegH horse Just 1QSW In purses are huug up for the winners of days races alone Kodol Citro isa seiemitlfii compound having tile HlllJI1elllllut Ieminent physicians amid the me licii press It dhrslll what you eat nut ixistiycly cures dyspepsia M A Ke iron Blonni ngdaieTentijsays it iitrw him of Indigestion of ten years stand intt Perry v TJlimas = ===Tilt last week of tlim innuth wilt is a galnoiio for Ionisvllle Thd trottin meeting is already attracting the atteu tion of luvors ot thtit tlasftuf eport nni theono tar nate to LonUvillejon itccunn bf the trots will flit the Fairciiy with vwitbrB JHWti rtU tho tccMt tsrriton c u f ITS VTOSS FASHIONS Some very smart white kid shoes are tooled with pink roswlinds tied with pink silk laces slid ehppIeuuiUed by pink leather heols The perfumed pad ruitinistliiK ofa tliinquilted iilfuir containing n layer ol coiteii sprinkled with sachet powder w n iwiv part of mibtdit dainty bed This pod rest between the lower sheet Iud mattress Although there are many new dc slims in earrings yet the lon olular screw of diamond or pearl holds ita on I Ijilies who do not favor tIre Eton suit for their sons find a pleasing costume in its stead in tho shape of a con ventional model of fine blark or dark blue cheviot which Best Co are featuring this fall It in superbly tail ored With it is worn a hard felt list A novelty in clothing cases for gentle men is nn affair long enough to accom modate a winter overcoat Other compartments are made to fit other articles everything in fact being a sliding shelf partitioned oil to fit each article A sailor costume with long trousers and jerseys is not npplopriate for ahoy overthirteen unless he is small for his age Youths will wear overcoats of dark blue or brown melton in tailormade sack shape this autum The snmmer girls of taste understands the bad forms of gloves or shoes to small or ripped or broken of garments frayed or ripped of soiled linen rip gloves a carelessly arranged necktie a spot on any part of the attire or a sloppy weather walk EVELYN CABLE Fortytwo million pounds of India rubber were imported into North America last year raoia HDm I111 Uran 1 Insure your dwellings hams and all other property in the Blue Grass Insurance Comp ny of a home Institution Gives protection against Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most reliable nowIyear as long as continue In the company For further information call on the agent and collector 8 11 B BLACK Attorneyat Law Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court House next door to State Bank s Trust Co second floor J HeAIlTEB Presa mayMly CC BOSWORTII Secy 18 FREIGHT PREPAID II00thbFtYle jnents war iBfltcd Jo ears If machine isrot sat isfcctoryinjoday tunnel will he re fuwled end cash with order Pe circtilai epplicsInn WHAYNS5 4jcoaeo FOUnT Ave LOUtfcVlLi DichZZCm KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatIt- artlficallydlgests the food and aids in strengthening and recon structing exhausted digestive organs Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It In permanentlycuresDyspepsla Nausea- SlckHeadacbeGastralglaCrampsand ImperfectdigestlonPrepared For tale bylPerry t Thomas +++ + CALL AT + + + dI111 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY E f fj iI f D ttltVThe Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS Ifi OillO 250COO CurEd VIE CURESIrCTURE a iiijJiongolhnieniroruublucj tmeoiucionsljr 1 hey i137 liavo a smart ins scnratian frail toiling stream sharii outline rainat tfrncs iehtdi charge dilXeulty iu commencing weak organ cmi ion rnt lilt tho Fjrai toms Sf1ICTullE t you by Clttirs tretchins or tcaritc a returnJSMKXT absorb the strletura tin lyV2 no our A f4S benclGLEETSvof young and tuIlclleJledmen havlnc their rexual icor andvitality eonhiniuiii rapped Iy this dis eve Theytt frequently miconfcio of the cauto nf FTinptotns tiencral Vaaknes tunturnt oIIII lanI1erYlnmero loor 3lcm tnisrtirgScuSation PAS ft Weak Ilack lIcncrn lJcprei inn 1nek- I Jnf AmbltioRllLli enl lolIhmnk n lv rA DonLconsultferuiiydoctor allowt6 edslist wbo hvo mlUlol hro Ii9caM nf lennnJVnmcn UarNKW J METUUD TllliATMKIU1 will oilively earn yin Una thoumnd dollars vM torn case we accept for treatment unit Zi Cinuot core TcrrI1IJralo urn EWeiilKKTSTBICTURK I IRAINS tlNNATHUAL ISriIAniES KtnjfKYnPil liLA nRUDi f CONSULTATION FUEIi ltOOK Plum If nimble to call write for I 110MBTREtTMNT DRS- tENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET K CINCINNATI O K r We Have arve Them Cut The Price In Two Our Reduction Shoe Sale has just cip nede are offering unmatched bargains in Shoes for Men Women and Children Never before were Shoes sold at such prices and TheBes of Shoes To be had We are making room forour immense stock of Boots and Shoes for Fall anti Wint- erThink of These 400 Mens Shoes going at S3 00 S 00 MCUH Shoes going at 2 50 3 00 Ladieb Slices goingat 225 2 00 Ladies Shoes going at 1 A large assortment of La dies Oxfords just the kind every Lady wants At prices that will suit tto poorest pocketbook Como early and get your pick Rich Goods at Poor Prices Freeman Bros RICHMOND KY auggly SDR CALDWELLSN J 1Frce semi fiOW Affords Jt t JIPJcdiYitrCrazing 1r1r1 li a t and Large Yields of o6 li IlstOraintt OUR FALL CATAIOOnu gives descriptions of those and other Seed Grain also Clovers and drosses Vegetable feeds Dulbs Fertlllzersi Ctc Wile for it cud priors of any Seeds required SnEDSMENWaug34w rIft CiaeiBUl Baihq In Effect December 5 1853 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pxn om pm pm 2 6 M Lve Richmond Ar 00 120 2 7 09 Winchester 11 42 818 115 5 4S Maysvllle 30 S 40 930 Paris S 40 5 10 817 10 M Georgetown 7 4 28 7 10 20 Ar Frankfoit Lye 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets via ParisJNEWTON IPA 71 71 r 71 ThW juaQ+t+ t++ ++4+ + + EIs worth more per bushel more bushels per Ikacrewhen put in with a LItucyv Wheat Drill Birds andsquirrels are Ya more plentiful than ever before and we have tile 9R the finest line of J Sh t GunsW Ever put in One house in 75 I Kentucky Alo ammunition ofallk ndrQ = If DBJSHA KBFijRni ML1 I MAIN STREET MdJMOND KY iulii- llljafl r 111 J IK ltj r t 11 t 1 IJe4rO1edREPAIRING AND A SlECIALTY TIMEINO FINE WATCHES I f ssaair a C All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY I Drigt GODUS at Bright Prices INever before have such goods been displayed in Richmond 0ascan be foundat my place jof business Bedroom Suites Dressers Rockers and in 4 1 vClasscrijare rare because of style exceptional r if because of PRICE kI 0 V You have horse sense Then dont be a don jkey and go pay out S 60 or 570 for a ma chine when you can buy one for half li that price You can get a machine like the above cut with which we will give i guarantee for sao 2t 84ctcI 215r These machines will be sold for i cash or monthly payments Any thing to please our customers eom atc1 see vem L1 SI NEVILLE MOBERLEVIU 220222 W Main Street jDAY PHONE 23 23RICIIflIOND KYNi OHT PHONE A Treatment That Cures Cancer e No Plaster No Paste No Cutting Ho Suffering No Detention From Business No Danger No Failures and No Pay Unless Cured The Surgeons knife antI burning plasters anti the horrihlo crude methods heretofore employed In Rn attempt to elIte cancer has been foreverdisplaced by the advent of Dr Registers Serum and Anteseptic fluid treatment This discovery works a new era in medical science and sufferers from Cancer Lupurs Ulcers Tumors Goitre anti Fistula can certainly be cured without the horrible torture attending the qnnck and ignorant methods in vogue for a century Over lifty well defined cases without a failure is the evidence to prove the morit of this important medical discovery This new treatment is tho result of a thor r ough scientific study of malignant diseases and Is based on the most rigid scientific principles FEMALE DISEASES Dr Recister holds gold medals from leading medical collets for proficiency 4 in tlisenfL8 of women and for time past ten years has confined his practice to fe tunIc sufferers liSt discoveries of recent date for the euro of malignant diseases is due to the great increase of cancer of the womb smith female breast A well equipped sanitarium is employed by him at 106 Court street where IllS entire tulle is devoted to female BUHwrers and malignant diseases If suffering from any disease peculiar to women or any manner of malignant growth or sore write a full and concise statement of your case and get au honest expert opinion free Cures can be made at home Address 1r oactc1 B r 106 Court Street Memphis Tenu SENQUONEDOLLARCtIbI mrnociD teas ivan ruaaa tUMlMftlM tsel5ktC 0 0 sbet II voqzoeaml It 4aeJ 1sat if you San i eza4l7 as to orranl- rctalt 5 era ta c vaIn yosever saw slut tsr better bas 14Irilsed otbers at more money thefleight ages r spertat 50 d7sSrrUe 5I75i- e4 the SLOOor SSTh sad treibi charges 3175 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE tII nti W4bs Sack n was Revel 4 blsre THE ACME OUEN 1iooaft5dDtSaflaLO5wsrs3- TtuJ lsels I 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aOOftbrSaO55533I11eSOUC51L7T oeialtUKK VT OXtK kMJNT HELAY IIUK miELtAKtLiTYSETAUSHE f 70111 IruhOI t IIaW It ar tba rnrrortf fnroUtnn PsLneI rsmnseL Ilenk ChIfI ur Ina Fiebree Chsut4 a a 11351i05J41 LA4I 1dW1t seetj LSsve1anur sea bntlIncI7fDtl ii mw OttllbJt Iuwe hei sI IntrueeClI cssl Jjres OI5UCK Lco i usn ssiiiII lIf m l C w n k a Vi 1 The Richmond Climax m J O CtlKNAULT Proprietor A D MILLBK Dullness Manager O E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY SEPT 13 1P99 PUBLISH KUXVKKV WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co IKICK PI511 YEAR 150 =DEMOCRATIC TICKET yon aovKKNoii lION WILMAM GOEBEL 01 KKNTON COUNTY FOB IiIKUTKXANT GOVKUNOK- J C W JIBCKAM- OF NELSON COUNTY IOV ATTOBNMV IKNHKAU It J URtiUKlNUinGrJ OF UOYIiK qiTNTY FOB AHD1TO- BOUS OOUhTKU OF OKAVBS COUNTY volt TKRA3UKKR- K W HAGEK OF llOYD COUNTY volt SHOItBTAUY OF STATE CALEB ItltKCKlNRIDE HILL 01 OluJm COUNTY FOR COJIJIISSIONHU OF AGRICULTURE I N MALL OF JKKIKKSOX COUNTY volt SUIT OF IUIJLIC 1NSTUCTIOX- H V McCHESNEY OF LIVINGTON COUNTY FOR IIAIIUOA1 COMMISSIONER 3n DIST COL A W HAMILTON OF MT KTElLIXG FOB IIKIMIHSKNTATIVE liON W W COMBS MADISON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTFOB We are authorized to announce ADCH KAVANAUC1H DOTY for Count Clerk sucject to the action of the Democratic rally We are authorized to announce C II RAY BURN a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action or the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D B TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce M M MIUBK a candidate for County Clerk sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JESSE COBB a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party FOil SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN WACRRS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison countysubect to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to tho action of the Democratic party We are aetbftrized to announce MARTIN GKXTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic IartyWeare authorized announce P B BROAD DU8 a candidate for Sheriff 6f Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party pea ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate fur Assessor of Madison county subject to tic action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L DARER a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authnriced to announce GEORGE NOIAND a candidate fur Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are autbirited to announce G W DtiATHKUAQK a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are anthoriied to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party lOa JAILBn We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a camlMate for Jailer of Madison cuuuty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorised to announce PETER G PACIIISII a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Julie of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CuR OP POLICE We are authorized to announce EVERETT BKRRY for Chief of Police for the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J II ALL MAN a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J D FEENY a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond Ky subject to the action of the Democratic party o von We are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS our leading tailor a candidate for Councilman in the Court House 1recitKt sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DIL V II HOUSON a candidate for Councilman from th j Court House precinct subect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce C A TAY IOn a candidate for Councilman in the Courthouse Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce C T WELLS for Councilman from the City halt precinct subject to tbe action of the Democratic party Call For Cit Democrat Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee Septembertions were adopted Ixt It is ordered that a Democratic Primary precinctInltjctnond1O9 to telcct Candidate for the November olrction ima for Cbnncilmen and Chief of Police and the polls shall be open from 7 oclock a in to oclock pm in Richmond Ky on the aforesaid day for tbe aforesaid purpose 2d That for the purpose of defraying the expenses of conducting said primary election the candidates who propose to submit their named shall on or before the 12th day of October 1899 pay to the Chairman of this commlt Ue the following sums Each candidate for Councilman S2001lnd Chief of Police 500- 3d That said primary election shall be con bythl4th That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a com mitlue to provide the and make all arrangements for holding said election roth It la ordered bat all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats and who will support tbe nominees of this Illmary election and all young men now under age of twentyone year who will attain their majority on or before the day of the next gen enl election in who declare their purpose and Intention to affiliate wit h the Democratic party shall be entitled to vote In sold primary election Wh That the chairman of this committee rive public notice of this election by posting a this order at each of three voting places In Richmond Ky and shall publish a copy of this order In every issue of the RIcHMoND CLIMAX and Kentucky Register from date of adoption to time of said primary election DUDLEY TRIBDLE Chairman R A BAXTER Secretary HON JAMES B McCfiBARY ppeaks at FloininKuburj next Monday MR It J lIuKCKiNitiixiE spoke at the conclusion of Mr Stones speech be log introduced by Gov SIcCreary Our distinguished neighbor must have been delighted with his reception and tbe hearty cheers which his effort elicited He sluketLirty minutes and completely captured the crowd We ard sony to abbreviate our notice of Mi speech but it will do great good lu title county and we are grateful to him for eominir WE were i pai l for waiting for tho Illu taled E iLion of the Stntifonl In terior Journal OA it IHa beauly con taining panes 75 columns of illus trated matter AH the cuts are halftones the papor satinfinished tho writeups epury and Interesting and it should bo preserved by its readers particularly Lincoln and by those who never saw the pietty town of Stan fordwhich owes more to tile Interior Journal than to aTiy other Agency on earth in its growth and position among the towns of this section How W JJ SMITH spoke in joint de bate at Owingsville on with Hon Ed OTUsar Itepubilcan lion H Ui Kimolvlag a Drown man from Jloutgoujury aide upokw but Sir Smith declined to discuss tho issues with tho latter catching the big crowd with tho statement If I shoot and kill ORear it will also kill Kinsolving and vice versa as they are partlccps criminia They are in the same boat Prominent men of nil parties attended tho speaking and evinced groat interest in the dobate It was a great day for for Democracy in Bath and from reports receivo1 we aro sure our dlstin guished fellowcitizen royally upheld the straight ticket to the discomfiture of the opposition AT ono ot his appointments last week Mr Goebel said I had something to snlnmy Bowl ing Green speech about Theodore Qallaru of Oovington Mr Ilallam had seen fit in his speech at Bowling Green to say something about my fam ily Among others ho mentioned my brother I Bald that I nevar haJ a brother in the penitentiary and that it was sumo htng Hallam couM not say see in the Louisville and Nashvilles Louisville organ Hallam said this was true but that his brother was a con federate soldier and vraa thrown into prison duiiug the war Mark what 1 now say Ilallam had several brothers and I want the Confederates to know it was not IllS brother who was a Confederate soldier that I referred to It was to another brother one who was convicted of a civil charge that long lost brother from whom Theodore Hal lam has not heard twice in a quarter of a century I am incapable of casting any reflection upon a Confederate sol her A member of my family was a Confederate soldier and was thrown into a military prison and you all know that I am hold responsible for bringing about the nomination of that gallant soldier Robert J Breckinridge No fairminded Confederate soldier will hold aught against Mr Goebel on this score after this explanation of charge he was forced to make by the vicious as saults upon him by Theodore Hallam the drunken hasbeen LOCAL 5000 Goebel Buttons Five thousand Goebel buttons were received by Hargis Baos last week for distribution among the Goebel people which wore ordered at their solicIta- tion says the Jackson Hustler This number dues not seem to have been sufficient to meet the demand and an order for another installment has gone forward and these will arrive in a few days New Enterprise Mr It Lee Davis late editor of the Register has opened a real estate and collection agency in the Moberley build bug and his card will be found else where in this issue Mr Davis has an extensive acquaintance all over Central and Eastern Kentucky and parties having lands for sale towu property for rent or bills for collection would do well to consult him lIe will still main tain his newspaper connection by con tinuing to represent a number of big city dallies in which he has a fat thinir Conference Appointments Tho appontmcnts made by Bishop Kev at the Methodist Conference at Lprlible were announced too late to appear in the CLIMAX last week Those for tile Danville District are as follows Presiding Elder F S PolIItl- Jlichraond H G Turner Lawreneeburg T S Hubert Danville J R Savage Harrodslurg C J Nugent NIcholasvillHD W Watts roiryville W A Penn Mackville D M Humphrey Chaplin E II Godbey SaltlliverEJTerrill i alvisa J G Fizer ColIeSe Hill S W Peebles Somerset T M Hill East Pulaski J H Pence West Pulaski8 M R Hurt Moreland T V Jones Wilmore E V Savage BurginD B Cooper Lancaster L Robertson Stanford WlII Britt Proacherevillo M Comer Burnsido C L Bobon J W Hughes Asbury College Irvine in tho London District will have Rev W L Shelby Campton Rev JJ Dickey Clay City Hev C W Clay Jackson Rev II R Mills The coherence will meet next year In Nlcholasville CiFBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY FALL flOODS ARE nERE =Come in take a peep at our mauy beautiful ideas in arettirti Wall Pa rJ- WOOn Man1 China Glass and- Queensware ClF1 Bro8rCo11IAIN- ANDkBADAY iljX Xy ptiiyr7 IJ J r ii i GOV W J STONE Missouris Favorite Son Visits His Old yiome And Makes A Great SpeeehV tsr1 1 Yesterday Richmond was honored by the presence of tho lion WmT Stone ex Governor of Missouri land Acting Chairman of tho Democratic National Committee who has come to t Kentucky to deliver a series of speeches on behalf of the regular nominees of the state Democrstio ticket His speech here is the first and properly so for this is his native honio whence he went west a little boy thirty years ago to rise to the Governorship of ono of the grandest states in tho UnionMisa- ouri Like every true son of Madison he holds dearer than any spot on earth the place whore he was born and when be speaks of his Old Kentucky Home it ie with a fervor that none can resist for his heart is chained here to the living and the dead Re membering his speeches hero in tho Presidential campaign of 1895 every body was prepared for a speech such as only Mr Stone can make and we were amply rewarded As the speak bug closet yesterday afternoon only shortly before tho CLIMAX went to press we could not execute our very earnest wish to print his remarks entire How ever we present that portion of Gov Stones speech bearing upon stato is tines which are most important now In this crisis in the history of Democracy in Kentucky how proud and how grateful should all loyal Democrats be to this distinguished statesman for joining his shoulder to theirs to rescue tile Democratic party from its enemies from wihin and without Ho stands perhaps as close to Mr Bryan as any man in the Nation and inasmuch as he deems the result of this contest of such great importance let every Democrat who wants to prevent a repetition of the loll of 1895 and W when a Re publican Governor and President were elected by disaffection and treachery in the Democraticparty be on guard At 2 oclock Governor McCreary in a forcible eloquent eulogistic speech in troduced Gov Stone who was received with long and loud applause He launched at once into lila speech which was throughout iriveu the best attLution On tile stand sat Hon Robert J Breckinridge of Boyle can didate for Attorney General exGov ernor McCreary lion Urey AVoodison ot Owensboro National Committeeman from Kentucky anl Mr John B Cliennult County Chairman The platform was crowded with listeners the space within the bar was a solid mass of humanity while in the court room in tho windows in the doors sat anti crouched and stood a tremend ous crowd of all parties of both races mid both sexes a number of ladles gracing the occasion by their presence It is futile to attempt to enumerate the splendid points with which Mr Stones speech bristled Suffice to say it has not been equaled here since last his matchless voice was lifted here for the peoples cause in 1SOG On State issues Coy Stone said The situation in Kentucky is the cause of great concern to Democrats throughout l the country If the political effect of the approaching election should be only temporary and could be confined to Kentucky although still anxious for Democratic success my interest in the result would not be intense as It is lint knowing as I do that the election of a Republican Governor in this State would have a terribly depressing effect upon our party limcleeu woulu ne a staggering blow to the Democracy of the whole nation and at the same time would inspire Republicans everywhere with new hope and greater courage I cannot but feel in common with Demo crats throughout the Union the profoundest solicitude as to the outcome I have mingled so much with Democrats in other States have heard so many thousand expressions of anxiety as to the result from both Democrats and Republicans anti have read in time press so many predictions as to the out come and so many prophecies as to its effect that I am sure I do not overesti mate the national significance of the event I tell you gentlemen tho De mocracy of Kentucky is on trial before the Democracy of the nation Those of us who live iu other States believe Kentucky is a Democratic State but if the result of this election shall prove it to bo a Republican State or a doubtful State tho effect of that verdict cannot be computedII bring you a message from Missouri Not long ago Richard Bland a son of Kentucky who became ono of the great men of Missouri and the Union died A special election to choose his successor was held on the 29th of August last Every scheme which po litical cunning could invent mendacity exploit or corruption promote was at tempted to carry the district foi the Republican candidate It was the first hattie of the year and Republicans everywhere believed with reason that if they could by hook or crookcapture the district so long represented by Mr Bland in the Democratic Stato of Mis souri it would be taken ai an asurancu of easy victory in Kentucky and Ohio and In the national contest of the suc ceeding year It was a battle royal wo had with the eyes of the nation watch lug us The Democrats of tbe district were put to supreme test and thrust lug asido everything like local rancor and personal resentment and moved wholly by high considerations of na tional moment they rallied to the par ty and standard and won a victory as memorable as it was important a victory which filled the Democratic heart with the light of hope and at time same time cast a long shadow over the Re publican pathway Suppose we had Tost that district what think you would have been the effect Ah gentlemen wo can hardly exaggerate the effect of these important preliminary contests on the morale of opposing forces when they are lining up fora stupendous final struggle Missouri the daughter of Kentucky has set a t example to tile JndJl4ir1Monnf pglit rtIchttr v VW i j from you and whom you sent away with your blessing are watching anti wondering that Kentucky will do when the enemies of Democracy within and without are striving to disorganize and defeat our force here wo are watching to seo what reply you Kentucky Demo crats will make to the universal appeal your brethren In all tho otherStates are miking that you bo bravo and true Will you show less of fealty and devotion than we I am not hero to call in question tho motives of men I am not here to indulge in vituperation or harsh attack but I am justified in say lug that when I am striving along with Mr Woodaou your national committee man and all the members of that com mittee and with a number of other de voted Democrats throughout the coun try to organize our party forces and prepare for the mighty struggle of next year when we are going about tho country at our own expense sacrifiing our personal interests and giving our time and effort to the important work of party organization we have a right to expect the support and encourage ment of our party associates in every State and we have a right to complain ayo bitterly complain if we are fired upon from the rear Do you not think so my friends I will not say that mutiny is party treason even when so full of menance to party success as it is home today but I will say that it is so unfortunate to be almost inexcusable The acrimonious division in the ranks of Kentucky Democrats is the most ominous cloud on tbe horizon of our party today- Gentlemen I speak to you without partiality or preduice I have no share in your local embroilments I have no interest in the personal phases of the contest here but as a Democrat from another State with some experience in political affair and knowledge of politi cal situations and one upon whom the National Democracy lisa imposed some measure of responsiblity I warn you that if you care for party success in 1900 you must elect a Democratic Gov ernor in November You may lose this State in November and yet carry it the following year although to lose it in November will make it a doubtful State in moo Remember your exper- Ience in 1895 and 1890 Will you re peat that mistake Will you duplicate that folly Will you place your State in Republican hands again this yearnnd Ihus givo your enemy a powerful ad vange over you when greater issues area stakeYou not quite concur in till am saying of the future danger here and time effect elsewhere of Democratic dis aster but whatever you may think of the danger hero Utell you tho effect of a defeat on other States the close and doubtful States will be desperately bad I do not care who is Governor of Kentucky if only he is a Democrat I have no personal interest in Mr Goebol or MrUrown I do not know GovBrownI nnd I never saw Mr and that was after his nomination Therefore when I urge the Democrats of Kentucky as I do to support Mr Goebels candacy I aIR not influenced by personal considerations I speak purely in the interest of the Democratic party witbout regard to men And I do not hesitate to come from another State to speak these words to Kentucky Democrats because the election is national in political effecf awl therefore vitally concerns tho party through out the Union although otherwise it is entirely local Everyone knows that either Goebel or Taylor will be elected There is no other possible alternative Goebel is a Democrat and the nominee of his party convention Taylor is a Republican and the nominee of his party convention One ot these will bo the nxt Governor of Kentucky Look ing at tho future looking to the politi cal effect of this election on the country looking to 1900 how can any loyal Democrat hesitate as to lila duty Why gentlemen If there be any among you who have personal antipathy or ob jection to Mr Goebel then put Goebel and Taylor aside and look at Bryan and McKinloyjis they rise to view a little way beyond That is the picture I see that is the contest to which law look jug I am not here to discuss your local squabbles 1 know but little about them although I will say that the ostensible cause of quarrel between you as they roach us iu other States if not trivial ara at least not of great impor tanceAll of us noted with regret the acrimony which characterized the Louisville convention I knew Gen Hardin and Capt Stone personally and knew Mr Goebel by reputation I ha l watched with at least a passing in terest the contest between them prior to the convention and knowing some thing of the fighting quality of Ken tuckians I was not much surprised at the tropical temperature which pre railed at time convention I was sure before tho convention met that who ever won would go away fully convinced that he had had a fight But I wan also sure from my knowledge of tho men that tho interests and welfare of the old Commonwealth would be faithfully guarded by the victor who over he might booIt is time now I think to let tho tide of passion ebb and the hot blood cool It is time now to turn our faces to time future and ask whiit oiir duty is to party and to coun try I know but little of the socalled Goebel election law abput which to much is being said in Republican newspapers This much atleast Is true as I iindejrstand that it was passed over Gov IJradleys veto by a Democratic Legislature The Democratic party therefore is responsible for it If it is a bad law let it be repealed If it is a bad Jaw is it not better to leta Demo cratic Legislature repeal it than to give a Republican Administration jt chance to enforce it I have heard also that some good people object to Goebel be cnute the CourierTournal supports him In truth the sins of the CourierJour nal jii recent years have been grievous but It is also true that prior to 4890 the CoujperJournal and Its brilliant editor a g and honorable record of splendid service done for the Democratic party Gentlemen the Democratic afford lobe narrswaudlntolemnt For one I wish orpltMrdeS4ples or candidates wilt extend a heart welcome If those who left ins in18 desire now to return in gold faith to tbs old party of their first loVe the i oor hfHWWo and open mid tlieyj ibfMrto vPf witkotif ajr =c p I1r iiI tk I The fBest is J the Cheapest Experience teaches that goodS clothes wear longest good food gives Best nutrition anda goof medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest Hoods Sarsaparilla is the Best medicine money can Buy Because it cures when all others fail Poor Health Htdpoor hUllft lot years pahs in shoulders back and hips faith constant head3che netand no appetite Used Hoods Sarsapara gained strength and can oork hard all day eat heartily and sleep welL I kick H because it helped my husband fo whom GlflesNoose J3alJaJafJkN eve fjis appoint hoods Pthi cure liver j the nonIrritating and oem7 cathartic to take with floods Sarupartlla performance in sackcloth and ashes and witbout any feasting on fatted calves or decorating with golden rings It might be advisable in some cowman nitles to present the prodigal with a precious medal wrought in the propor tion of 16 to 1 as a token of identity and guaranty of future good behavior But for beavens sake lot the brethren come if they wont to Thero is one other thing we have heard about this discord here which is of grave import if it bo true The opinion prevails to a large extent in other States that tho Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company ia having much to do with this controversy hero and that it is in a large measure responsible for it As to the truth of this I neither afiirm nor deny for I do not know tho truth I am opposed to reck less or iuaivlsed assaults upon legitI- mately invested interests great or smal individual or corporate I be hove in properly protecting and en couraging great enterprises which tend to develop and pdvanco the Stato I believe the people of Kentucky feel that way and that the Democratic par ty of Kentucky feels that way I do not believe that any legitimate interest in this Ptato would bo imperiled by the success of the Democratic ticket Whenever great corporations undertake to control party or public affairs it is nearly always done either to obtain or to perpetuate some unfair ad van toga If corporations ask only for what is manifestly right they can get it in any State of tho Union without resort ing to extraordinary expedients or doubtful means to obtain it Great cor porations have no business to meddlE in tho politics of a State Whenever they do they menace tho public weal No greater misfortune could befall a State than to have it under tho heel of a railroad corporation Therefore I say if it be true that the Lonisvillq and Nashville Company in takine tho part it is reported lo bo taking in this con test the people of Kentucky should re buko it in a way to be remembered for yearsI heard about other timings con nectedwith yonr contest here but I pass them by I do not regard them as of great importance anti I did not come to discuss your local issues I merely advert to them I do not attempt to1 discuss them 1 come to implore the Democrats of Kentucky to elect the Democratic ticket and thereby give cheer and hope to tho party in every State and I come to implore you to elect a Democratic Legislature that it ma scud that prince of Kentucky gen tlemen the Bayard of Kentucky gallant Joe Blackburn back to the Senate of tho United States When your State convention nominated Mr Blackburn for the Senate we Missouri Democrats wero willing to forgive every other possible convention sin whether of commission or omission for that oue deed of righteousness Wo stand in woeful need of a Kentucky Demo crat in time Federal Senate and public sentiment outside Kentucky concurs with public sentiment inside the State that tune will move with leaden step until that happy day shall come when Blackburns voice shall ring again in the Senato chamber in bold defiance of wrong and in eloquent advocacy of the right PERONALS Mr Armer time jeweler Is back trots the cities Mr and Mrs Travis Deatheragehav returned to Illinois Mr Royal Enjbree of Virginia is the guest of Miss Margaret Clienault Miss Lena Parker who has been sick for the post week is improving Mr Pat Grady is hack from a long Improvedill MissElizabethvisit to Kstill Rev T S Hubert and family will probably moyo toLawronceburg about October 1st Mr John R Gibson isnt home from New York Atlantic City Philadelphia and Hoboken Miss Curralean Ballard returned triptoMiss Satlie Whitothis city returned home Monday after a pleasant visit at White Station Miss Mary ONIoll of Georgetown is the guest of Mr anti Mrs J A Mer shon this week Rev Ashby Jones of Richmond Va bymanyMrs Evan S McCord and children of Washington State are here guests of Wm Bennett Mrs H C Wheeler has returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Woodsdale Ohio littlodallAhtand relatives in Chicago Miss Sadie Baiigh man returned borne lJeristerMiss Mary W Bennett Is at home WashiDJtonSlatESMcCoro Mrs Hugh Colyer left last week to DillinghamMissouri Miss Jennie Batte has returned toher pieaSAutyisitto electricIanWhere ho will superintend tho erection ot 71 telephone plant Misses Carlisle and Eleanor Chen ault of this city bud Miss Lillian Watts of Chilesburg leave this week for Vir ginia to tnner school Mrs Theodore Wilson after a pleas RPt visit to Mrs L Gentry returned to hot home in Estill today accom panied by Mrs Gentry Dr Landman tue oculist of Cincin nati will bo at time Zfmmor Hotel inetJiUJtead j ProfMprris tng ot Danville yvm hereiMstweek hiss smilo is as brrwtj ebIrgfttltiwhiwiiist Lnuieviil His fc =c za4 iii f a c j =I f h iIC i will be here this week to accept a position with jUedaainesfDevore Buck tev Mrs Jbhneon of New Orleans Miss Cora Dubutsson and MasterGeorge of DyeWalkerMr W W Watts Mica Katherine French is visiting Misses Gertrude antI Jennie Matte at Claysvilie Sha will also bo a gtiest of Mrs T A Garnott during time street fair at Cynthiana rrr L J Frazee and sister Mrs La Belle Pigg of St Lnufr have returned home after an extended trip to New York Atlantic City Philadelphia and other points East Mrs Kate P Miller is in receipt of an Invitation to the gulden wedding of Col and Mrs John D Harris at their homo Blythewood in Madison from 7 to 12 oclock September 20 MrGeo A Lewis publisher of the Kentucky Law Reporter 5 per year semiweekly of was bore on Monday raking in subscribers Mr a leading Mason and has friends in every town In Kentucky prolessorresigned anifwill sail for Paris Franco about the 20th of October where he expects to study for two y ars Sir Bnrnam has many friends in Columbia Statesman Columbia Mo Dr Eugene ITumo leaves tomorrow for New York to reenter tho College of Physicians and Surgeons of Colum bia College 437 59th street This is Dr Humeri third yerj He hopes to finish in 1901 As ho was oue of tho brightest men at C U and has the am bition and application we confidently expected great things of this popular young man ipspccttuemade of aluminum handled here ex elusively by Mr Torn Bigger one of last years C U students lie lias en graved calling cards In aluminum cases that are as fine and half as costly as tho same goods anywhere else Mr Bigger is stopping with Mrs H L White on Second street About a dozen couples accepted an invitation of Miss Katio Smith to a StonyRundrive down in the afternoon was warm but the return trip III the cool of the evening was delightful About thirty or forty luscious melons hail been stor ed in Mr Bud Shearers cellar beneath a wagon load of ice and these were slaugtiteied At sundown by tho gay company A nice luncheon was also served and each young lady was pre consumptioneroned time party and were time recip thanksforRELIGIOUS Rev J R Howes who him been returned to College Hill for his fourth year will begin a protracted meeting at Paint Lick on Sunday Rev H N Faulconer of Lancaster Presbyterianevening Public invited The new Alchodist pastor Rev H G Turner was greeted with a and attentive audience lost Sabbath anti his sermon was a strong one well re ceived Rev Henry Mills of Spears Ky was appointed by the late Conference at Carlisle to time Jackson and ReaU ville charge while Rev S W Peeples former pastor of Jackson Methodist church appointed to time Col chargeRevsiding Elder of this DistrictJackson Hustler Rev T S Hubert who has been assigned to time Methodist church at law rouceburg preached there on Sunday atthesuportinted to him He was delighted with his reception which was given additional significance by being invited to conduct Union sei vices in tho Presbyterian church in timeeve- ningMAIRIED ophCabelland Miss Myrtle Gray and Mr Wm Myers also of 1iueville and Miss Laura Gray sister of the firstnamed bride were married at Augusta Ky on August 6th Rev J Robert Boatman IHciatini College friends of Old J C as Mr Tones was familiarly called wish him a life of unalloyed happiness A Complimentary Benefit to Rev Mr Hubert Wo understand that the Masonic Fraternity of this citv will shortly give under its own auspices a complimentary benefit to Kov T S Hubert time retiring pastor of the Methodist church The popular preacher has been asked to deliver one of his lectures in the beautiful temple hall which will be tendered for time occasion and tho Masons and their families and the friends of Mr Hubert will patronize the event as a worthy and beautiful voluntary testimonial to tbe beloved minister whose removal from this city oneIo regret Bible Society Meeting The last of the Union Services was covertcd into a mass meeting for tho benefit of the local branch of the American Bible Society Revs Lloyd Smith Young and Carpenter officiated All made short addresses That of Mr Carpenter Rector of the Episcopal Church was especially well received though he spoke extemporaneously Twenty dollars was subscribed and the following officeie choseni Nk B Deatherage President all the pastors of the city vicePresidents S EtScott Secretary amid Treasurer R ji Bur nnin JD Clark R CL H Covington James Benuett IL W Turner and ID R Tovis Executive Committee Its Object Every True Citizen Can Approve Time Madison Gun Club desires to correct an erroneous impression which has obtained circulation concerning its objects and purposes The sole object of this organization is to promote friendly shooting contests between its members to stock Madison county with game of sib kinds and to see to ntbatI the Statutes wade and provided for the protection of said fcanie be duly and effectively enforced It seeks to control no lands desires to trespass on no property will neither interfere with nor question till right or privilege of auy man anywhere at any time tp shoot kill or capture any game so long as that man keeps within time limit of the law We believe that the climate agrlcul Lurid conditions and natural covering and protection afforded game in Madi son county arc such as to make the county one of the finest hunting grounds iu the world if tho game within isa borders can be protected until the date upon which tho killing of same is na thorized by law In no spirit of an tag oniam or enmity to any man or to nllv interest with the single Idea of uuCor lug the law thereby measurably in lsunlblowe invite and ask tho earnest and coif j sistpnt support end encouragement df all time people of the county in whit IUldeitaking 0 This Club has nonto gcindastl HO JawOf n and will itSAOJrjCipnl1lshlbl c iiL iQ i i lows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any came of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CoProp8Tolt loO We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the hat 15 yearn and be lievO him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made bv their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Tolelo 0 Wnlding Kiunain Mar vn Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cum is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of time system Price The per bottle Sold by all Druggists Lesti menisis roe- FamilyPihlsareHalls the brat 1m EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC TION AGENCY L LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection fWWrite or call on me for further particulars OFFICERoom 9 Moberley Build ing Richmond Ky FOR RENT I will rent at public auction in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky on- Saturday September 23 99 at 2 oclock p in the farm known as byMracres all in grass has good residence stables servants quarters ice house etc etc Terms made known on day of renting sept32w BRUTUS J CLAY NOWIS THE TIME Paper and so let us you a price furnish the material and do the work in a skillful workmanlike manner The smallness of the price will simply astonish you We have received in the last 30 days direct from the factories several shipments of New Paper Hangings in all the new coloring and designs New Reds Blues Greens etc Papers from 5c per roll on up in price White Lead and Linseed Oil at factory prices freight added Win dow Shades from lOc each on up in price The mixed paint that we make in white and shade of ordinary color for 110 per gallon is not only the best for the money the best on the the market at any price We cant adver tise all of our inducements so call and see for yourself our line of Wall Paper Win dow Shades Paints Oils Glass Picture Frames Ar tists and Painters Supplies generally stock the largest prices always the lowest GE QI M1iIttI arc w im SIBEE- TRICHMOND KY EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY rehalitewhenheiluetons carriages runabouts whalebone speeders or road carts that come what may on the road hill wagon never timefInestways and rubbprtired butanes in Rich mood PropnKentucky a1a ofForoni1t1 PMillionceased will o- nWednesday September 20 99 leginnlng at 10 oclock a rn at said deced mts late residence In Mldison count Ky on the Richmond and Lexington turnpike near bestbiddersheepbogsr TERMS The foregoing property wilt IOld for cash for allaumS of 10 and less Sums verSiO the purchaser will be required to give tote with good security payable January 900 without interest The corn be sold grazerarmsE C MILLION E P MILLION aagSMw Executors ANOTHER LOT f hardtobreak CIOCKEIT Mi fiLASSWARE an arrived and thjs ilisQ houllOkei lilInot miss tba ofjfwrtnnity to bay durabithyfThis is QueemmtiiE worthy of the throughDontwho i4Sbo9e per il- oaTab4el4Q ic aad p4g J I elc i 111 i N Kea eaT 110 the liKiiuoHU STEAM Iu jimyOJJr Work Must prove satiVn Every employee tkinterest in liis im tries to excel iiers know aitIii era MMJII Icnni iluii ISlJIplltMl- Kvery article israrvfnlly i1 anti beautifully finish RICHMOND STEAM LAlNDI ttttt UWiHECOMiG 4 F Of The New I h Pall tookrc Q1fl i- ne L Bigger Ifnd better than evn spcMerchandisei Black Goods0 0 I In this department is to be found the I West handsomest and most variedassoitmeiit of 1c Black Goods ever brought to this market We lEave just opened another line of Blistered Cn 4 PODS beautiful designs in both Silk and Mohiii t ChvjotsV takc L or a prices 40c Allwool Henriettawoith O 775cJapsSafl fall F New lines of Felt and Stitched Cloth Walking Hats hanl csomely trimmed These ait newest things for 3e traveling and eary fall weai 125 ltommglRiderquill worth 225 450 and 5 An ultra stylish Cloth lint Rough Rider effect and walking lint Bo sure and inspect host rasthey are very exclusive SEE OUR 5o COTTON TOWELS AcI3ARGAIN5 t J1OUT OF TOWN ORDERS cIfyou are In need lot Millinery or anything in Dry Goods 3 Shoes or notions write to us for wimplea or iiifurnia ts corresponltCLOTHING ip We have received our complete stock ot Mens and Chil slmnwjtsideration for strength and durability Thousands coining in msi ranges of quality suitable for nil classes imtylo and hieatimes lIre ft Part ofevery ohio of timeni sC fSilOESOmir stock of Shoos is larger than over We in trite an inspection tvRespectfully Submitted to Cash Trade I F0 V0ELDER0 AGENT FOR McCAlL PATTERNS t- tttt riAe ZoMtgrA Mtti1 OR LEXIINGTOIV KY t 160000 PdID IjYLITIjvG BEXEJIm rsi 65 000 RESER VE AJVD SURPL US1 t1llCC1L CoinlILargest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of time investor Fur particulars apply to M SMITH BCWJVmNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A P MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky am IFIrTheA l vrjr ofEi3J6 entered any bbnsbW their own El Iiad the doors beeatfasteued with i- lEiLock8 and Keys j Ill i lB and the windows made secur6vlth Roods from jj ourstock Just eomeln and loofcover our tbose goods Some tlmeyou may wantBuch r ethings and its well to knoflt where best Jjam quality ia obt iualilo at tho lowest prices 1t t iiiI See uRnd get prices On roofing and guttering RiW D BUCKLEY TAYLORBROSi 1L4 n 0 1i1IIA WO ifAXS FOOTING is firmly established if slwears the ZIELAR BROS SHOES They possess all lite comfort olair old pair of slippers hut lire made on the most stvlieh lasts and have tho daiiiti 1St look iraacinablo Wit have just re ceived our first fall shipment lor this season of tho above named goods and have them in all widths and in the latest lasts Prices 200 to LCO This line is wellknown to the wearers of fine shoes fk Distress paling Dipgesto OVlKer sometimes discovers money I THI818 THE TIME PEOPLE i begin to think of buying Shoes for them t t prepiredtthe Newest and Latest designs in Footwear It fItis the of the trade at small prieS stylishEpatrons and we tan please you Come once and t you will come again I f Q rr fC I NEW I FALL STYLES NOW t ON SALlESrJ j Covington Mitchell I sr Does Food c after If so take a bontITlir that 1innke the go F SHOES cream J perfectlyworm It Is also n tonic nut by its strengthening properties will restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Price SCcts feeptG Iru Dr lljbson Dentist A I I eX ITTe I I ACTCNEii b BEINNIN1 H i SAli1DAT9I 0- All of otii Stock ot OLOTILINGS1 UId FURNIShINGS il1 10 sold at iAnd continued until all is II oporI j vswH i Be Clolliier The Shoer The Batter Tie Faraiskr The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MITT 13 1899 C U opens today No more dnfonservKes this n80n1 iFr S it Tudor has been admitted to tire Bar Madison Institute had a good opening yesterday See local ad of Devore Buckley for uptodate millinery J D P Armor has on exhibition an elegant assortment oi gulden wielding presents Milton Dudley JJevores colored driver cut ifaerson in a scrap last Thursday night James Bennett paid 2073 per acro for the Jno Powers farm of 433 acres near Silver Creek Samuel A Conn of Winchester has tiled a petition in bankruptcy Liabilities 18000 No assets leo D White sold to J S Collins to be delivered October 20 71 headof 1250 Ib grassfed cattle at 4J cents Mr BrutusJ Clay will rent publicly Sept 23 the larm known the Chenault place See ad elsewhere A beautiful Chickering piano made of mahogany can be purchased from G W Evans Jrlort 60 Jnel4t An ice cream supper Will be given at Miller school house one mile this side of Valley View iriday night Benefit public library Dr LaUdinanj the oculist pf Cin cinrialfk will be at the simmer Hotel Itichmontl Kyj on Friday 15th in stead Wednesday bis regular day three old books belonging to the lato Jno W Crooko arfc hliBSing They have his name or names of some mew ber of his family written in them A liberal reward for their recovery if returned to this office On September 17 we will dedicate our church at Friendship on Silver Creek Rev J x Wills preaching the sermon services morning and evening with dinner on the ground All are in vited L L KYLE Pastor Culling Corn Early Mr George D White is probably the first to commence cutting corn He has 100 acres of a fine Crop Central University Opens Today C tT opens today and already the campus is alive with new boys more having arrived on Monday night than ever before Send For Ont The Democratic Campaign Hand hook of 350 pages may be had postage prepaid by sending CO cents to lion Percy Haly Frankfort Kentupky Basket Supper There yill be a basket supper given at the Tales Greet school housis near Million on Saturday night Sept 56 Proceeds for the benefit of a school library Every one invited Cattle Sales T B Hackett sold toJ W Hambrick of North Middletown 31 head of cattlA averaging 1250 pounds at S4 05 Same party bought of I N Scudder2t head at 150 averaging 1125 pounds Lost flcokRead This Three ohj books once the property of Jno W Crooke an early of this county They can be Identified by having the name of John Crooko or some member of his family written in them A liberal reward will be given for the ret urn of any of these to the CLIIIAX office Runaway Horse Miss Jesse Long and her little brother were on their way home from church at Kirksville runInlnlog them over and bruleinc tin occu pants considerably but not seriously in- Juring any one Moved to Richmond Mr Wm K Denny wife and daugh ter Miss Willie May Denny have moved from Manse Garrard county to tho residence of Dr L G BnrboUr on the campus Mr Denny Is a prom leant churchman and citizen and will be again welcomed to Ilichmond His wife and daughter are receiving wel comes iron their many friends For Councilman Mr 0 T Weils is entered for the race for councilman in the Court House precincts becc to the action of tbo Democratic party Mr WellsJa one of our best known citizens a progressive wideawake gentleman a largo tax payer identified with the best inter ests of Richmond If elected he says he wilt faithfully endeavor to serve tho whole public Remember him Handsome Line Mrs Lillie Buckley in company with Miss Ilanna Buckley returned last week from Louisville whore she purchased pnepf the handsomest lines of millinery that was over Been in thh- city Miss Lauham of Ixmisylllo who gave the public fhe greatest satisfaction as a trimmer has been employed for this season and invites friends U make her a call Our millinery is first class and eiosj ascnnbe fonjjd any wherr PsyoBK I PLf l It 0 cc j Tax Compromised The Water Light Co have compro mised their back tax suit with tim city paying 144010 The contention was due it is said to a failure to prop erly Ilstf or taxation Reward A rewani of 10 is offered for imforma tion leading to the arrest and convic liv9beenfour mile road neartiefafrgrpuna aug30lm ISTAD1SON GUN CLUB Lost ftn Vast Tuesday on the Speedwell pike near Collier a black dress coat A liberal reword will bo paid for return of same to the under signed GEO W PARK eptlSSt Speedwell Ky New Agent Mr FJ Williams traveling solicitor of the Louisville Times was here yesterday and transferred the agency of that popular paper to Mr K Lee Davis who will push it iu cnnnectiou with his other business New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful line 01 wall papers and have Mr W L Leeds a skilled artist to hang arid decorate rooms to stilt nil tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aUl2i tf- this is The College Id Mend Write immediately tb W R Smith Lexington fey for circulars Of the fa mous Commercial College of Kentucky University Graduates in demand and secure good positions Cost moderate Address only W II Smith Lexington KentuckyWhere tb SlId Your Children Madison Institute will begin its fortythird session Tuesday September 12th The outlook is for a large attend ance Your patronage is cordially solicited Parents are invited 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 sept62t 0 To Slick TftS NB Mora Mr Henry P Reid who has off and on for five years been ft compositor on the CubAX has laid by a fortune and put up his stick arid rule to entcrthc life insuranCe business at Mt Sterling Henry is a model printer ttnd gentle man with intelligence and education obliging to all attractive to the girls and a winner any way you take him If he is not shortly President of a life Insurance company we shall bo surprised Anyhow he has a place always open on the CLIMAX Public Sale of Real Estate in Richmond On Friday September 22 at 2 oclock p m on the premises corner of High and Oak Streets I will offer my resi dence for sale to tho highest bidder This is a large and commodious place ranting 90 feet on Oak and 264 feet on High Street The house Is comparatively newpainted recently and new roof The stable and carriage house are very convenient opening on the street At the same I will sell one ot two fine building lots lying parallel with the lot on which the house stands War CROWE eoptl32w Mr Coy For County Judgo Sixteen out of twenty COtinty committeemen assembled at the Court House yesterday to select a Democrat candidate for County Judge in op position to E C Million exDemocrat nominee of the Ilepublicans After the withdrawal of Judge Tnrpin the sixteen gentlemen were unanimous for Mr Napoleon B Coy of Kirksville This selection is considered the best possible for the success of Democracy anti the safety and dignity of the county The remarks heard yesterday were as- a unit in endorsement of Mr Coys can didacy and it is settled he will win by 400 The Fairview Seminary At Gaithersburg Maryland eighteen miles from Washington City is conducted by Dr Ohms H Waters A full corps of cultured lady teachers give a Inll English course of study with Latin French and German music and voice culture under the New England Conservatory system drawing and painting in water colors and oil elocution and physical culture The school will open September 19 1899 Some young ladies from near Rich mond are going Sunday September 17 By calling upon Mr James Miller or Mrs David Chenault farther informs lion maybe obtained Cost of board and tuition for full course of ten months 200 C H WATEU- SeepOSt Principal Pict Crosecloses Narrow Escape Pro Groseclose of Central University nearly lost bis life at Jackson las week so saye tho Hustler He was superintending the haulinj ot baggage belonging to students 0 the Institute and the wagon body it which he waa seated as the teamste was making sharp turn upset am was pitched on the horses backs throw- Ing flip young prorrb twojlu horses on the wagon tongue Th horses kicked furiously Profcseo caught hold of the tongue and pulle himselt towards the horses heads an got out uninjured out a verv JrJi tcnc man Ilfseacauo from instaat ktaq wM olha ot tW tM ferr w Very riarrosk 1J1oeid Bt ikr M elf qtt the po a C a 1I HOLKFltOOF SHOES for boys or girls frhool wear You know thin youngsters delight in kick lug their Shoes to pieces Well we are prepared for them with our Little Giant School Shoes Mothers say thev never saw such long wearing Shoes It is plain ns a pikestait that yon cannot do better than get a pair for Johnnie eerybody A Dili lor ioOOOO Trees The iadkson lustier says that Mr C E Smith ot s there the past week Incl closetiaSl vlth1 Perry county people for 50000 Kldte oak antir countyAnothorand Perry counllpa tiet for 100000 treem in the same connty lie returned to itlchiqnnd Jbupday bnt it ia very likely that the last named deal will be effected Mr Cobbs Candidacy Mr Jesse Cobb a well known school teacher farmer ami Democrat is a can didate for Connty Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party He is a wideawake patriotic able citizen popular everywhere and will make a strong race He is sober upright and industrious and has done yeoman ser vice for the party at whose hands he now asks preferment Remember Jesse Cobb Mr Con Taylor Per Council Mr C ATaylor the hardware man will make the race for the Councilfrom the Court House precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party lIe is a man of strong conVictldns with tho courage thereof is a loyal citizen Inter ested itt the development of time city bill said process mtist be along lines of eedhHIny and e Ho is tine of the pCOpib rilid will protect their interests Keraeihber him Tonight Just before retiring If your liver Is sluggish but of tone and yOu teal dull bilious constlpitcd take a dose of Hoods PillsAnd youll be all right In the morning The car conductors motto is Let us put off till tomorrow the man who cannot pay today BadBloodCuro Frofli Eating Sores rumors UliersCan eer of the Nose Eye Lip Ettr Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arills are all curable by B B B Botanic BlOod Balm which Is made to cure all terribld Blood Diseases Per xistfiit Sorps IJlobd alut Skin Blew MM Sri of u la that resist oilier tieat mehtSi are ttdckIy cnreJ B B B ErUptionsPlmplcs Blisters Reel or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood anti hence easily cUred by K B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven from the system by B B B Botanic Blood in one to five months B B n docs not contain vegetable or mineral poison Oho bot bylrtmggists samplebottlomail When you write describe symptoms and personal free medical advice will be given Address Blood Balm Co 433 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga july2Glyr The people who cant see a joke are not half so exasperating as those who do soc it but dont think much of it Henry Koebler Company want several carloads of Choice Wal priceThpyLumber In mixed cars Write them at Louisville Ky apr 6m The greater portion of the entire country is Just now short on rain and long on heatE4SANI DISEASE 1A Short Lrson on the Meaning of a Familiar Word Disease is the opposite of case Webster defines disease as lack of ease un disquietItment of the physical organism A vast majority of the disease from which people suRer is due to impure blood HooisSarlnparJllaand vitalizes the bloou Hoods Sac saparilla cures scrofula salt rheum pimples and all eruptions It tones the stomach and creates a good appe4 lite and it gives vigor anti vitality to the whole body It reverses the condition of things dying health comfort and ease in place of disease 1m Tim productive area of the Klondike gold fluid covers from JOOO to 1300 square miles Duly Feed Man And Steed Feed your nerves also if you would have them strong The blood is the feeder and sustaIner of the whole nervous system Men and women who are nervous are so because their nerves are starved When they make their blood rich and pure Hoods Sac lIervonsnts3disappearsbecause Hoods Sarsaparilla never disappoints Moods Pills cure constipation Price 25 people were evidently born tired and Comb for the purpose of rank ing others tired In some of the Swiss valleys the iri habitants are all afflicted with goitre or thick necktlInlltead of regarding this as a deformity they seem to thinK it a natural feature of physical develop went and tourists passing through the valleys are by the goitrous inhabitants because they are Thusimon that it is as a natural and necessary condition of life It is r no to a large entent with what aro called diseases of women Every wow 1an suffers more or lObS from irregulaity r ulceration debilitating drains or fer I male weakness and this suffering is to common anti so universal that many women accept ft as a condition natural- S anti necessary to sex Bnt it is a condition as nnnlltl rRI as It is uttneres r lJltlvoritcPrescrlptlou womanly ris and regulates the- womnly functions that woman is d practicaLly delivered from the pm anti misery which eat up ten vcaraofJicr andCtaakra weak WOWMI itves aMsfck wotseseihl c a a SIZZLING HO ii TilEBusy Bee Cash Stores- tireat Clear= ance Sale Boys Clothing Will Mothers Wild to Buy Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children 19c per pair Childrens Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and double seat all colors worth 75c per pair aro yours in this sale for SOc Boys 125 and 150 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Ueefer styles neat and serviceable ages 3 to 14 the price in this clearance sale only 89c TB B HABt LEARAN B ALB ++Mens Good Cawlmero Suits well made in brown blue scotch mixtures all sizesworth and will be closed in this clearance sate at 2 OS Mens Fine Allwool Suits choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds crotches and clays every suit In the lot worth and sold everywhere from to 1L take your choice and pick in this sale nt J98 C Mens Extra Fine Dress Suits perfect tailoredwhich will meet the wants and suit the Ideas of stylish C dressers to a T You can make your unrestrict ed selection from several hundred of these fashion able tailormade garments worth from 14 to SlIi they go ib this sale at 348 D of at for 2ii Fine and pfer will 4Gc leserved Special saving Car keen of cold stand ns we altering in see Not in the left far for us We stock give and of tho wo to this sale A of Too Pants Mills your when anti savo antI of is to room and cash to fall STERLING AND the appetltebut the liver well it it little and then with dose of Herbine best liver regulator Thomas septOlm Its bad for an when lie begins to boFS couldnt without A Word to Jiolhrw Mothers of children affected with or severe need hesi tate to Cough Remedy It contains no opiate nor narcotic in any form anti be as confidently to the babe as to an adult success at its use in treatment colds has won for it approval has received throughout the United and in many foreign by Thomas sep lm genius who invented the hug bug was doubtless inspired by to give the old The delicate constitution can Couseens Honey of Tar It Is sure and pleasant remedy for coughs of voice throat and troubles 25 50 Thomas septOlm Boys Kjllee Skirts- Uiflerwear Hosiery Straw aiCrask Hats ef of Chamberlains Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy In the treatment of complaints line made standard over the greater part the civilized For by l Thomas sppClm man is safe from wrath of God lives to pieasehumuseltI TIs of gold This plies special to Sarsaparilla Americas Greatest is always an illfeeling between the and the patient The The effect perfect safely SyrupofFigstheir favorite remedy To the true and genuine look for tho name of the California Co printed near the of the package For sale by all druggistsS helpers the people faithful in little things Tablers Buckeye Ointment rei eves time intense itching It soothes ueals cures chronic burgeons It is no experiment i Jill Everybottleties tubes 75c Thomas 1m is wild with excitement at theRICHMOND for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring Summer Goods All previous offers have convulsed the people are dwarfs in offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Prices crippled in our former offers will be killed in great sale knife to hilt now sink to the heart Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods Wash Goods Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit en tirely ignored No wonder disgruntled competi tion stands aghast BARGAINS we are dishing out stand unequalled unmatched incomparable That Make UNMAT comparison S2 00 and 250 Knee Pant Suits at S149 Our- S S3 50 4TO and S500 Knee Pant Suits po in sale at 209 styles Cream of the Stock Big Boys Pants Cassimere Suits worth 300 and 400 wilt disappear in this clearance at 193 t Big 7 8 and SLO Long Pant Suits choicest assortment anti worsted cheviots Scotches unfinished worsteds etc Take pick and fit in this sale CHANCES 6 7 3 ARB MQ1 V R r R M1 D Bargains as These in Shoes Ladies Dongola PaUpt Tip solid shoes worth 125 this sole at- 75c per pair Mens Sunday Shoes lace and centre worth 150 will be dished out you 89c per pair Mens 175 realISuch Sacrifices as These in Dry roods Allwool 33inch wide Serces cheviot novelties ciasIcHhair ends worth 25c per pair are lOc in this sale o i One lot Slippers ladles sues 3 and some 8s that sold 123 nod 2 will be closed in this sale D 50c per pair tine Jacqnads Poplins and many weaves in all wool double width Dress Goods Former price 701 fee yard slaughtered in sale at per yard Nothing Clearance Sale on Ladies Readymade White Underwear Ladies Readymade Dress Skirts and Lace Cm tains These have felt time edge our and out to yon the greatest bargains are this sale ask to them n studio entire big store untouched this sale must be reaching a clean sweeping mill a groat Ptiftce cleaning must room for our fall and the only way we see to get is to actually ttwav throw out several thousand worth best goods have to our customers and let them by oiir loss tont fail Great Big Lot Mens Linen and Mens Blue Camlet Jeans Pants the best New York Camlet will be closed at 39c per pair Bring along CASH yon come for these bargains time a credit for this a pAn CLEARANCE sri itake get buy goods with Very Respectfully weIL OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT GEORGETOWN You may bridle you cannot bribe to work Yon must be hottest with help along a now a time Price 50 cents Perry a thing employe think the get along him croup a cold not adminislerChlimberlalns may given great that has tended the of and croup the and praise it States lands For sale Perry The ging a desire maids a chance most safely use a loss andatl lung Price and cents Perry Mens ant S S S The great success Colic antI bowel it of world sale lerry No the who worth a bag ap with force Medicine There doctor Irvine Ladles pleasant and net article Fig Syrnp bottom Gods best are who ae Pile nn1 cases where fail Perry and our that to our that were this The that was driven the will The and Boys po this all Long sale Boys 9 fancy plain your 498 A Such Rare In in to at anti D Uenirettas effects of In wore J formerly at 150 at fnncy goods steel sale have it dollars profit attend refusal The Hoods It is as much the duty of a Christian to give as it is to pray A YOXUEUrUL CURE OK U1AUIUIUEA A Prominent Virginia Editor lad Al mot Given Up lint Was lironght hack to Perfect llrallh by Cham berlains Colic Mulera And t Diarrhoea Itcmrdy READ IllS EDITORIAL Hillstille Va Times I suffered with diarrhoeo for n long time and thought I was past being cured I had spent much time and money and suffered so much misery that I had almost decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the result but noticln tho advertisement of- Chamberlaius Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tea timouials stating how some wonderful cures had been wrought by this remedy I decided to try It After taklnf a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble and I wish to say further to my readers and fellowsufferers that I am a link and hearty man today and feel as well as I ever did in iny life 0 It Mona Sold by Perry Thomas sepGltn Hons Win Goejel and Jo C S Blackburn spoke at Carlisle Monday EVERY THING GOES itsolfIyrA diseased liver declares morosciioss mental depression lack of energy restlessness melancholy and constipation Herbine will restore tho liver to healthy condition Price 60tr Perry If Thomas septClm Remember crops feed at different fidepth of soil tIi Tetter SaltKIicum and Eczema t The intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad ascs have been permanently cnred by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples tichapped hands chilblains frost biter and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per bozo Dr Cadjti Condition Powders are just what a horso needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and LJ vermifugo They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a Sj horse in prime condition I Price 25 enta per package The cow works in the morning anti rests at noon As an external liniment of most won derful penetrative and curative power Ballards Snow Liniment notrqualed any other in the world Price 25 and COcts septGlin r in Ladies Misses and Childrens Slippers and 0 Sandals in Patent Leather and 0 Dongola 0 1 Our MidSummer Sale will go for Tori 10 days Everything in the way of Summer Good are going at a gieat reduction i COME IN WITH 1W TIDE This is one of thee many opportunitiestliapcsciit itsclfonly once iii a season DONT MISS ITT DOULAS BRIGHT H t CO Bo01S SHOES AND Gr FuRNIsILI1Gs + + 4 0 u t fj i 1 pI id + i lJL 1i f 1 rLr t- I n t d = Q t IIrII Id t l g 1 j J BiiffiTiati tri fIi J r 1 n 1 REGENRO1COMPLETE BLISS 7ic Great 1 Jlea tile uksrNI n II13ICl RElXEDYU now nlibln rY rrnrli or rvrry Ainrrlran r U iluri iruitonrnt Is i Jiivrty irearanUwl In cure fir mn4 onnpllcalcxl cmc ot Xerrous Dcblllt ot Wiitlac UUwwa It nrtu powerfully and ijulcklr A Nrw Man rhy lmlly Irrfrrl Ii the rmilf IraNwratlIIflriwy Iu k ot Onuthlcnc l nil effects of keif or wnia extra nnot Indiscretion wlilch anUM Li It irlnHliiett uJyormarrice UKUKMCKO ato el toUia nA of UK tUscasotliat Is why 1 mi Ie livio ervnteSt Xcrvo Tonle tn tho world mo ttbtf IsHoa Visor owl AcUon rd restores Urn iR Yomb It U innrrooa9 Jloo l Turl Crr PnrcViWw E Pink litavr rmm Irk 1- 0tonteNrotlItllIJODP havlsg ItEHENKItO rciilwr3WUOlnwst tOCtrt Ur melt glOO perk u tit p jtSOO XVe eheerfnlly rrfund s fY wtirro tlx boxes uo Dot effect n euro Get e Mf he American OtC ot S25ColumtajAfQUlHiAyA Par sale iu Richmond by Perry Thomas UrU1tL eeptfflly tIJt 8 u iI 2pyo0 t Ug t 1 Ho 2lJ 2lJ tCl = iC ct= n IrI = t2 n II IrIeiyS stS r 0000 Z 0rrtltIrrrrrrgggggggg 5 Q H p t= It0 o L- 4o g 4e 11 Itri cn 0 wciill = ZDr tltgg Bsas a f ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS CLEANSES THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLYELS 1fG gJEADAGtER5 OVERCOMES7 liAS ITUALPERMANENTlY ITS B HCIALVgffCTS BUY THE GMUtNtMAHD b- YtAtYRvc putz0 t= rca AU er1t vceG PIU 0i ftlllll111 JanSIy County Court Days Paris Bourbon count first Monday Richmond Madison county first Moo dayLexington Fayetto county second Lincoln county second Mon dayGeorgetown Scott county third Mon day Danville Boylo county third Monday Nicbolasville Jessamine county third MondayWinchester Clark county fourth MondayVersailles woodford county fourth Monday THIS WEEKS Specioll8uders DO2T FORGET IT Reduced Priceseeuu extavacc SaU oxv aV cctw atc1bXS Choice Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash Ocpons Piquos Ginghams and Percales All going at SLAUGH TEl PRICES llflB flJ- 1ijg ill D OUT PRICES ON ALL IIUMMER UNDERWEAR Womens Tan and Black Oxfords regular price 150 can be purchased in the next TEN DAYS for 100 All others reduced ID1fn n lrvjnll ID1 BVfJBBIV All sizes good quality at COST And remember our Clothing Suits complete at Wholesale Prices IDVill J1li llii IDn o Take advantage of this Re duction Sale Come to Mc Kees when you want to save money Respectfully OWEr McKEE t l 5 S S S 555 S S S S S S 555O8 OftO8e emS fi OGO = 8a5aeS5si s1 ciq fl WjTNCU OUEIcuttll iId nd Gb iuVC5Lpl5 WIrZJ3Inft st yuzr 5111111 depot sad It rOuqd prfdy tfsctj ett7 IITeIrr4fltI F3tIlUnaetrn tWi Ue UOuIVAPj1IN 11IJ TN ttUau tlF p ssr wetgflictIc It IE iDNTITRIALtnyonrowncji 55 5Q homcL4 tnlleL I tLu 1ur 1 c re t tjei U u 4rI u1 fstjg 11101 1t1HI XIIiu4 an fIPy isTer4 t4 0 1 CtId t Wf 1E OV1rTAosuJI o1V it 5flon1 wIt Urte aop f4 Is ks iirotzxixrjunLI UP IIIIAItIIO- = = GIlAI1 SHIU zur 1tITtI Tul r Ll SOU IE IIS n vflIttj II iriu JUt Ell I DBoPDrnnIee tji bIdftg djutUe tFe4 reunn wtth iron gttCI brttIThCiliuUiaWileylpttt NXUItXL TRnaIYZEDt1 tM1 ItI 5naaolRlnt rtsi tIajuginacbeeTcflesI QQ anJ Dn ronC11IItd jlear 1t lb bI tacd MMTUAMrets SEARS aOEBOCK it CO tncrCWc i IL r vrtCtn o jj AN OLD TIMER WANTS TO GO TO THE LEGISLATURE To Tho Voters ol Madison County FdUowcUievspI am a candidate for the very respon sible position of Legitdator for our commonwealth In my case I do not see that the of flee is seeking the man nor do I of fer myself as a candidate at tho earn est request of any individual much less an earnest appeal of many voters Futhermore and worse than nil I am not tho representative of any political party No party owes me its support nor docs any individual so far as I know rust under any obligation for any political favor rendered to vote for me In short I am not the candidate of any machine party convention or caucus I have never sought an office hut once I scored a victory over my op ponent by means honorable fair ant strictly legal and if I stud succeed in proving to you my followcitlzens that I am worthy of yonr support anti you choose me as your representative no candidate will have any ground to complain that my election was obtained uufairmethodsTo wish to know some thing of my political antecedents I would say briefly that my first vote was cast for Democrat Representa tives for Madison county when Madison had two Representatives The contest was bitter and memor able with Messrs White and Bigger staff at time head of the Democratic column in which I alligned myself anti the opposition WhigKncwNothing was headed by Messrs Field and Chenault Time latter with the most powerful argument offered in such con tests being in easy touch with Time Northern Bank of Kentucky won tho contest and my young vote went for naught judged by the usual Standard This was In 1857 In 1859 Abraham Lincoln was nominated at Chicago by the antislavery party Stephen A Dona las was the regular nominee of tho Democratic party North and John C Breckenriilge of tho other ultra pro slavery party of the South Belle of Tennessee was the WhigKnown Nothing candidate Hero certainly was a condition that required careful consideration on the part of voters who wero patriotic and anti desired to sec our Republican form of Government perpetuated The Democratic party then as now seemingly were hopelessly dividedand I being an antislavery Democrat cast my vote for Lincoln electors my own anti two others being the only votes cast in my precinct It was an exceed ingly unpopular step to take and in the succeeding years 612 it was not safe at all times to admit that one voted the abolition ticket My friends know how firmly and faithfully I have stood by tho princi pIes which led to the election of Abra liamo Lincoln the abolition of slavery and the adoption 01 the 18th 14th and 15th amendments I stand by these now The masses of the people of the United Stares regardless of party names do the same thing and so far as I am concerned and so far as my political boss sense goes I have not seen a day since the inauguration of Grover Cleveland in 1895 that I have not felt that till interest of time Nation were safe no matter which of the great parties were in control There has not been an election since at which I have not felt free to vote for the man and not tile nominee I have done so anti shall continue to do so As to how I have voted these years since 1885 my intimate friends know and those who do not and wish to I feel freo to tell them on request The present split in the Democratic party of the State is no affair of mine Time convention held at Louisville stands according to a leading journal in the Stale as a gigantic piece of ma chine work in which It was clearly understood that it was a game of dog eat dog and the top dog in the fight is therefore the champion of the party and the under dog as a matter of course has no right to complain accepting this hypothesis as the true stated case Now as before stated it is not my fight except in so far as I may incident ally affirm or deny the merits or demerits of the Goebel election law I am however prepared in advance to state my opinion in general Our State Legislature has hardly yet reached that degree of infamy that it will deliberately with malice a fore thought pass a law solely for time pur pose as is alleged of stealing a State election anti thus perpetuate the power of a political party If it has then any political party which may come in to power will be unwilling to repealany such law but on tho con trary seek to perpetuate and enforce it My experinco in my own county and State is that political virtue clean politics is not the exclusive property of any IHrtyII find in tbo ranks of tho Democratic Republican Prohibition and all other parties men of unawearing integrity in social moral and religious activities men to be trusted men whoso lives would adorn any position to which they may be called men who in tho interest of good government clean Mothers advice is worth more than the advice of any other woman to the theProblemsTheres no need therefore to It write to a strangerThere need for a physicians advice to supplement the ad of the mother In such n case the offer of free consultation by letter made by Dr Pierce opens the to health and at the same time avoids the un pleasant questionings the repulsive ex and local treatments which less experienced physicians often insist on- Any sick or ailing woman is invited to write to Dr Buffalo in the strict est privacy Each letter is held as a sacred confidence and its answer is sent in a plain envelope bearing no printing upon Do riot be misled advertisements offering med ca1 cdvijwhih are phythcimsvice Any physicianor doctor who has titlewillwho offer medical advice anti invite you to write to woman do not claim that the woman is a doctor The medi cal advice of an unprofessional woman is just as daugerotw ns the medical ntlviceof an unprofessional man In more than thirty years Dr Tierce and his apcca1istsmilUon women You CH tkexwilhon4 I fear as without fcs t IL VI Tierce 1h t1l0N V t 0 a i politics and noble example aro needed as never before in our Legislative judicial and executive branches of good men who cannot be swerved in tho discharge of duty1for personal or- polititalpnrtisan reasons If I am honored by your votes to represent you in our legislative assembly at Frankfort pledge myself to serve the people of my county and State to the best of my ability doing that which is rigiit asQodigives me power to see the right JAMES W VANWISKLE Berea August 29 1899 Tbe Appetite ota GoattiIs envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach hand Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and LlverEemedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regu lar bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25 cents at any Drugstore 4 POLITICAL POT PIE Owenboro Messengerth If Senator Deboe Is willing we are ad vised that the Federation of Labor will arrange for him to speak from the same platform here and in joint debate with Mr Blackburn and tho nominee of the Republican party for governor Sir Taylor who was Invites to this picnic but failed to accept the invita tion might be likewise accommodated with a joint debate with Mr Goebel II ho can yet bo induced to come The Democrats in this campaign will at all times meet their real political adsveisaries the Republicans or any man openly championing tho Republican cause Eight years ago when John Young Brown was nominated for the high and honorable position of Governor of Kentucky over C M Clay Jr in Louisville there was a large number flf Clay delegates turned out of time convention The combined strength of Hardin and Brown accomplished this result To nominate Gov John Young Brown it was necessary to have more votes To accomplish this tho friends of Brown purchased delegates on the floor of that convention Six thousand dollars was expended by the friends of Brown and he accepted the nomina tion was elected and served his term without inquiring if the other candi dates were delt with unfairly in scene ing the result Whatever John Young Brown may now do ho is politically as dead as any other historical wax figure Frankfort fugueiDiscovered by a Woman Another great discovery lisa been rondo and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests but her vital or gans were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes W C Hamnick Ic Coof Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas Drug Store Succes sors to W G White Regular size tOe 4IBROWNS HYPOCRISY John Young Brown in his speech at Bowling Green said I told them I would accept the nomination if it was given to mo But that it must be given to me by a clean vote by a vote unaffected by any of these contests that would invalidate it In a speech at Owenton lIon Ollio James made one of the strongest point yet brought out in the campaign He referred to Mr Browns confession that he stood ready to receive the nomina tion of the Louisville convention and pointed out that Brown was making his campaign on abuse of Goebel and denunciation of the election law Mr James called the attention of the crowd to the fact that at the time John Young Brown signified his willingness to be come the nominee of the Louisville convention time platform had already been adopted by the convention and that platform approved the election law Mr James asked whether If Brown had been compelled to accept on the platform that had been adopted and ho inquired whether Brown had expressed any indignation that the platform indorsed time election law It was a clinching point and the crowd cheered heartily The argument pierced the hypocrisy of Browns campaign Louisville Times soress1t1ndiseasnothing so soothing and healing as De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo Mm Em NnrseryChic1Jor Perry Thomas Whether or not necessity is the moth er of invention may bo a debatable as the aInkeep the flies from bothering her these sultry summer days sthe Cynthl ana Log Cabin Such a cow would usually be pitied as utterly helpless to defend herself against the winged pests but not so with this contented bovine matron whose rauclal vertobrae are more conspicuous by their absence than the abbreviated nether extensions of Judge Laffijrtjvs fox hounds During the last two months passengers on the L k Nhavq seen this old red cow at Pjindexter standing contentedly in a pond in water nearly up to her chin and surrounded by a score of ducks which all dRY JOI1 may bo seen swim mlrig about her mid picking hundreds of flies frpmher sides and back Nor hoes she object when a duck scrambles over her backor occasionally picks a fly froai her horus or nose but stands dfcy afterdayfpeacehilly chewing her cud anti as contented as a sweet sum reajr girl seated beneath an electric fan daintily sipping her chocolate cream sodawaterf There always hope while theres One Minute Cough Cure An attack of pneninonialeftmyJungs in bad shape and I was near the first stages ofcon 8uniptnn One Minute Cough Curt eompletolycuretline writes Helen McTfenrv Bismnk N D Give fDl tant relief Perry ThomasiTime list of physical abnormalities wljlch haye lieen credited from time to time to time riders of the wheel has now been increased by thssidlscbvory of the bicy lelootTllia peculiar affliction does not result from century rfdlngor from the habit of scorching It is caused by wearing shoes with HOlha too thin to protect tho feet from the jars incident to dismounting and iiKi to rifling over rough pavements ThjJ bicycle loot la called trauraftUc fiat1ootibysafgkatecpertS nd tlo WJftan tfOpl to uiturII11 r icISwidbh phirasok i InfUH a I 1 i McCHORO SPEAKS OUT Anderson News Time lion C 0 McChord candidate for Railroad Coraniissioner addressed a large crowd at the court house hero Monday afternoon He was accorded a vfmry attentive and respectful hearing and in time course of his remarks gave oat for the first time a statement of the fa flctsGov Brown just before Mr Goebel was nominated McChord and Wood son were at the office of Gpy Brown and were discussIng time political situa on and the probability and possibility of securing the nomination fcr Coy Brown Bpeaking upon this point Mr Me Chord said- During this conversation various things worn suggested by each of us as to what could be done for Gov Brown in the event of a stampede in the con veniion but not a word was said nor a suggestion made as to his nomination being secured by a clean or any other vote except bvtlie delegates as en seated in that convention It was greed that the proper thing was to have Gov Browns name suggested to the delegates and that the afternoon paper tho Louisville TImes was the vhoIs cannot now ti2tiithere was no disagreement among us as to this being the proper thing to do I asked Gov Brown what were his relations with the owners and managers of the CourierJournal and Times lIe re- ponded that lie was on most friendly terms with them and especially with Mr W N IIaldctnil but that I would ask friend Mr Graham Vreoland t luooffice leaving Mr Woodson there when Gov Brown called me brick and Raid Say to Mr Haldemnn that if by reason of his papers suggestion a nomination is made which will harmonize the convention his paper will be entitled to time credit and it will do moro than any other thing to restore them to tho confidence of the Demo crats of the State I then went and found Mr Vreeland and told him my mission Ho took me to MrW N Haldomaus office introduced me to him and made the request of him in accordance with the conversation had with Gov Brown Sir Haldcmau di rected the insertion of the article I desire to state most emphatically that Gov Browns charge that I am Senator Goebels witness in this is unwarranted nd a great injustice to me The fact s that I have done nil in my power to protect Gov Brown in this manner I have never up to this good hour told or even admitted to any living mortal that either Mr Woodson or I held any such conference wilh Gov Brown or that I visited the Times office Senator Goebel wrote roe about ten days ago asking me for a candid statement of the matter which I declined to give to him and would not now say anything but for the fact that Gov Brown for cedmo to do so I have always been Gov Browns friend and am yet I did all in my power to persuade him not to take the course he is now pursuit g against the Democratic ticket not be cause I am upon that ticket and that his candidacy may injure me but be cause of my devotion to him and to his interests I am not unmindful nor ungrateful for the honor he once conferred upon me by appointing me mem her of the Railroad Commission I do believe I have ever been changed with betraying that trust and before during and since my term of office I have been and am yet his friend Chester H Drown Kalamazoo Mich says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indigestlondyspeptics Digests what you est without aid from the stomach and cures dyspepsia Perry Thomas LITTLE CHIPS Stupid persons are never dissatisfied with themselves No man who has never been tempt ed is sure of his honesty Bargain sales have parted many a wife and her husbands money When we say that silence is golden we mean other peoples silence Generally the experience is worth most to man when he pays the most for it In these days of trusts and combines even the citv streets are cornered Grammatically speaking a kiss is a conjunction oven with the new kissing bug Two slender persons may be1 great friends though but slight acquaint ances Girls are braver tnan men They will make a match with a man twice their size No woman is really in serious earn- eSt untill sho weeps on her best pocket handkerchief When a man is in love ho either works himself to death or does not athtend to business at all The joys of a picnic are iu thinking bout its pleasures after its annoyances are a week eld The average womans idea of pros perity Is being able to buy the most cxc pensive ecented soap The trouble with a great many people who stoop to conquer is that they never straighten up Wise mothers keep their children obedient by never asking thernto do anything they dont want to This is no world for a woman In town sue is afraid of mice and In the country she is afraid of snakes After a man hums to earn bread for a largo family ho docs not Often iotice when his wife wears a pink ribbon REDEEMING HIMSELF Men who aro ignorant of lear are rare The bravest are those who knowing tug danger do not flinch when duty calls The lollowing hut of heroism in time case of a railroad engine r is told in tho Century Maga zine August Sieg the engineer in question employed by the Pennsyl vania Railroad met death by fire toI save the passengers behind hint Time train composed of ten crowded passenger toachcs had just left Jersey City and was parafiig through tlmotmtier Cut whoiiEuioko suddenly blown through tim open door of time swok ingcar and a moment afterwards time engineer and fireman scrambled in overt- Ime tender The smoke cleared for an instant and shovyed a roaring fire iu the open furnace anti flainea streaming back from the cab A sudden burst of flames froin tlie furnace hind set the cab on flrp aifd forced the engineer end tilt Jinman to rein it v But deserting the cab without first gsoinothhij to cheek Ihdspcctlnf JJofftfain they hail imperiled thejliyw qf JJf ywBsensJra for tIme 11nwsW fwtfUiH 1jck iio fiercely tka JtwWl a C 111wI r only a question of time when the whole train would be on fire To leap from it would mean death or maiming for it was rushing along at full speed People had crowded into the smoker Doubtless Sleg heard thejr mutterings It required only a few minutes for him to realize the situation lie sprang through the smokingcar door and a ldthe11lamesspeed was slacking nod soon with a lurch and a bump it came to a full stop nearthe bridge over the ilackonsack Tile passengers rushed out With the Sudden stoppage of the drift caused by time rush of the train the flames from the cab roee straight into the air The head and shoulders of a roan were seen protruding from tho watertank on the tender It Was Sieg his face figured his hands burned his body blistered lie was taken to a hospital but his burns proved fatal In retreating before that first fierce burst of flame Sieg had been guilty of a gravoorror but who will say that he faJIed to retrieve it like a hero S 1 BRIGHT BOYS STARTEOflfl BUSINESS Tile publishers of the famous big II lustrated weekly newspaper Pennsyl vania Grit ore now placing representa ies at every post offiCe in Kentucky deslroto secure thoTBerviceS of capable hustling agents III each of the following towns of Madison county i Richmond Berea AVaco Kirksville Panola Silver Creek and Valley View and in such other towns as are not already supplied The woik is profitable snd pleasant A portion of Saturday only is required Over 000 iigents are dog splendidly No money whatever is required Everything is furnished free Stationery rubber sunup ink and pad udverising matter sample copies etc Papers are shipped to be paid for at time end of each month Those not sold are not charged for Write to Grit Publishing Company Pa and mention THE IWilliamsport eptl33t TilE FEMININE OBSERVER Party du Clam must have hall an an ester somewhere among the entrees Time expression Selling like hot cakes has no significance in this weatherj Amateur photographs like amateur poetry often fail to produce a sym metry in the feet Time man who does the least work Is the one who does the most talking about having his salary raised Time summer during which no bugs or thunder storms appear is the ideal season womcn arc looking for Just a little of loves fond illussion is destroyed when a young man sees his sweethearts mouth covered with soda water froth No children ever played keeping house or school without deeming it necessary to whip the babies or time scholars every few minutes Because disappointment drives men to drink is probably the reason why so many of them go out between the acts of a theatrical performance That it Is much easier to go down than to come up is illustrated in time difference in time it took to sink ships by Devey and raise them by Hobson We always think that if we had our lives to live over we would avoid nil the old mistakes This is probable we would be very apt to make as many new ones When a bolfceASes whistling coon songs and attemps When Other Hearts and Other Lips etc ho needs no urging from his mother to wash his neck ever day The number of exhilarated individ uals who deem driving in horseless carriages time proper sequel to a convivial evening lave led them to be called naughty mobiles Philadelphia Times TRY ITWomen suffer ing from female troubles ana weakness and gularr notIsicians are so busy with other diseases that they do not un derstand fully the peculiar ailments and the delicate organism of woman What a t givefairBfSMDFZELS Female Regulator providedby theighestwhole life to the study of the distinct ailments peculiar to our moth rrs wives and daughters It is made strengtheningherbs been provided a kindly Nature to ure irregularity in the menses Leu corrh 1 Falling of the Womb Nerv- OUSness Headache and Backache In fairness to herself and to Brads fields Female Regulator every tImdbyruggistsSeadbr a dimmed fret book oa tl lutjcct T he Bradflcld Regulator Co7 Atlanta Ga t Xgton omn r ir September 26 QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 6NB FARE ROUNDTRIP +See stimuli bills or nsk ticket agents for particulars HAIR SWITCH FREE ON EASY CONDITIONS CatthlixLoatuutDalltoBi Send pjeail rrpie sour uteloMtotti rootk sg we will makt and MMkallbofXin jCkarowtth swItch e3Dteteatpomage to return It iou trtrtfr suMener botltroord etuttf tj reIrCfltedftfl4- mo YaIne and you to keep itUhn4 t vesu Odan rT IKOKniLCS 19 tJT It9 Lice amonz yoo friend an ttoA to ui S4it uj HM too 2 wiedbre to tIn lJttotto be raid ft U kfur received pctlyeMtetseorjan4 frpIbIWttiPlasDke Yritir Wter 5Nt tits ftr mien tn OurMrtutu Se eOwIiI a nu Ice lt1Ir 5I1i UIe II- a j t l1li p p S S S S Q S S a S S e4 t PLEASETRY i et h r J ICANDYCATH RnO 1I JOe 2Sc 50 I fe Our6oods AND Our prices COmpcl yoiiiB4rad6 withus vhen you give iis a trial 1flli ffi 1J ID 1hThe llilIlj z = a r t ladies cannot bo decehed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims A 11 we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wit- hYYhIteAND GihSOn SDR CALDWELLSN fSTI LL- SPRINGS White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN J tB ht T T ER h On the R NI It Railroad and the Kentucky River in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery Tho White Sulphur Is aspecific for skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house ffFor further particulars address Capl iii M1 Thomas Propr majr314m IRVINE UY 135 ECONOMIST RANGES U tI1 CO J 0 I1tI1 en Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LAE M1TI Wheeler Wilson Sewing Macfitoe otyNtloi aid Ball Berings Par aie4i eJtlltniltlMl j n Bl hlDOD jt1uli Ir II f r pALL DRUGGIST t 1 A Theyre the best 1 Jz3 Thats why you want to son then before you buy yrlflt11 J our i Insurancew Gasoline t 11sW FOUND ONLY AT THEL tc Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS SliH l0NSLqf A T Screen Doors Water Coolers TA t Refrigerators Champion But ArfJVs Binder Twine Etc g tmehlly tA BOON TO MANKIND TABLERS BUCKEVE oz2I W oc tfJc jff n OJ 0 I D3 5rs1 TJ a Ei TIM 1111 U1 II flJJ U t Zt w i PILE FIPIII E1U 8 CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS H3 For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists Jan15 Iadison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PBOPKIETOK Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign 2nd American Marble and Granite FIREWORK A SPECIALTY +kiTCemeteryWorkof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly 01 a ami large stock of finished Work to select from nt to stIlt nil cliifn eiitiKuntuckyin every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for dcsnwhich will be furnished on application D YOUR PATKONAGE SOLICITEDT3Ca jivs T HTSTUULTON Proprietor iTu f 1TJW44ii1Iiii WHY J J SUFFER MaNY When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE isgUnrmteedIiI to cure eminonfephysicianllo i The first treatment brings jinraedint roliqf It has cured thousands and will euro you Mill 6 WILCOX prorainout merchaa politician and chief qf iho Chattanooga Firo Doparwnonfc Aftir years of ziffcriilg DOS 1ILE OINTMENT 815lgltmaient d to trie The use of one box effected a pcrmahent cun lItlrlly gko you this statement hoping U will bathe means If fl1pg flul remedy to the clttutloa of others tuf piles Pries 100 Prepaid to any Address i+ aDON CHEMICAL C01PAlTYj TENNi 1t UticiLv r1 j1 iiii i