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THP RICHMOND CLIMAX ilEr VOLUME '26 Tor Rent. iinur itriMlninil .liv Mrs. J l Todd on Main street, will be. rented for remainder of this year, possession Riven July 1st. j. E. lliy31-lJ- . OKEIiNLEAF. Assignee. llGUKA RICHMOND, Til a 6 tort MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1899. Nffi V NUMBER 15. WOMAN Answered the Attack Maie by a Minister on Senator Gcebel. TOSS FASHIONS. 110 -7 For Rent! & Choice of three good $ PUBLIC SALE! As agent and attorney. In fact for the heirs wv wh ui iwr u. reruus. acca.t 1 will, on Literature Sent Out Intend ed For Her Father. Tho following: hot rejoinder nppcar- ed in tlie Cincinnati Enquirer of Sen tember 5th, IromShelbvville. Kv.: 'Itev. Coleman, of Louisville, who conducting a ministerial literarv bureau against Senator Uoebel. sent one of Ills circulars to Itev. AVrn. Stanley, one- - of tho oldest and n nistersofthe Christian Church in Kentucky. As ho was awav from home it fell into the hands of his daughter, tho wifd of State Senator If. Welch, of .Nicholasyille, who represents the tt or Twenty second District in the State Senate Mre. Welch is one of the brightest women in Kentucky and besides being- very versatile she is a ruo bluo Democrat. She renlled to Itev. Coleman's circular letter as fol lows: "Rnv. Mb. Coleman. Lonisvillo, Ky. My Dear Kev. Sir. Coleman: As my father, Mr. Stanley, is out of tho State at present, it will give me pleas- re to reply to such questions ad dressed to him, as from his expressed opinion he would have done, and at the same time gladly relieve vou of any pledge of secrecy as I judge my lather is not a whit ashamed of his convictions. best-knowJessamine-Woodford-Sco- (p office rooms over Doug- las & Simmons' hard- x ware store, Main St. X & residence, with modern conven- iences. eight-room Also very desirable W Sillily, itymk beginning- - ? GRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. 5 x PROFESSIONAL CARDS. at 10 o'clock, a. m., sell on the prem-isc- a at public auction, to the hiehett hirlHor. the following tracts of land belonging to said decedent: 1st. The tract on the waters nf Klnnr Ttmnrt, acres, De ui m'w .n:cj., cunuiining ri iuk pan oi (nenarm wncre sam 1'erklns formerly resided and adjacent to lands of Mrs. I'erxins. aowcr. ana of Batdnin. Mm Yonnitand Beckev Kellv and now Dcmnlrd br J. H.Jones. 2d. The tract on Tanner's branch being the Southernmost portion of Terry O. Perkins, dee'd., containing 92 acres, adjacent to the Others and havinir outlets to the count v rnsri. but excluding from this boundary 6 acres of ivouuiana auotiea to tne widow as part of her dower and thereby reducing the tract to be sold to 84 acres and with reservation of road for the widow to her timbered land. 3d. The tract on the waters of Kentucky river on the south side of the county road opposite the dwelling of Terrv O. Perkins-dre'acres; bounded on the north contains: 59 vi-x- iv I 1535, ' d jf J orchard on same, now occupied by Eliia Per These lands are fertile, well watered, convenAttobsevat-Lawient tn churches, nostoffice. schools and np.ir the railroad. They have on them good, comRichmond, Kestccit. fortable dwellings, outhouses, and are in all Office In the Hitrnam DulMIng, next door to respects desirable for homes. fel3-l- y d armor's National Uank. of price payable January 'i Kttub 1. 1SXX). when rjosscssion will he clven snd d deeds made; in 12 months from the day of sale and in 18 months from the day of sale. Notes with good security required of buyers with interest on deferred payments from January 1, 1900, and lien reserved. Attobskyat-Law- , Title to the lands indisputable. KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, W. MILLER. , One-thir- one-thir- one-thir- d OH'n e over Taylor's Hardware store, posite Court House, on Main Street. II. 15. op- WH. L. CRDTCHER, HOGG, Att'y. In fact for Perkins' Heirs. Ihirnain Si Moberlcy, Att'ys. aug23-tThos. Fcrrlll, Auct. HIS TITLE ATTACKED. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kkntccky. UniiMosn, Oltice No. 13 First St. up stairs. 31 30 J.C.&D. M. OUENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Krntucky. Richmond, Second street, over Ghcn-ult- 's Ollieo on grocery. wTr. 'Mn le-tche- A Uomey-at-L- a iimi.xi), Olli.-.- ' rith T. .1. Covington & Mitchell's. w, Kentucky. Smith, Jr., over T". C. Lowry, AUorney-atrLa- PURITY OF TONE, ICy. MoIhtIbj' lluildlng. Ilichond, PHYSICIANS. DISS. combined with great range and power are some of the strong points of the Cono-ver, GIBSON, & GIBSON, Schubert, Kingsburj-anCrescent Piano. d 1'HYSICIAX. AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Rkhmo.ni. ' lm an Instrument li'.ce in the Joe l't.lni bmldinc, 18 aad ao .rcet, orcr Waue .old draMw. of very sold construction Sec-oii- ii 37- - it is recommended to those CIIAS. HOOKER, ETERINARY SURGEON, Grtiduaie Ontario Velairuuy College. 1 v Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, it Office ip Maim, over store recently ttccu- Uo , East Main St Iiinl hy Richmond Harness iniiond, Ky. apr7-l- y well as a handsome appearance and fine finish. We have several styes. Some in Mahogony, Kosewood, etc. Prices range from $225.00 up. who desire durability as Easy pa3'-ment- s. . a Medicine and Surgeiy.i) jasper, m. ) HARDING & RIEHM. Oftico 1'rather liuilding, Main Street. ou Tckphoiic at residence (the Cnrr .la-11 roadway. II. G. KENT, Agent, RICHMOND, KV. . iimoxi, --- --- KentuckyM - G. W. EVANS, rilYS'ClAN 1)., "The title of 'Rev.' indicates your afllliation with some sect of Christians who have been successful in finding some point of difference between themselves and other Chr!6tiaus 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 yourself from other Democrats. Mr. Stanley has spent tho best years God has given him in an earnest endeavor to unite nil Christians and lo away with the 'doctrines of men, which set at naught tho commandments of God.' "Mr. Stanley is and always has been for Senator Goebel for Governor, approving hia methods and honoring tho man. Your guess of 40 to 3 against him will necessitate greater efforts on iie part of the faithful few. Ho was a rebel in the Civil War, and isn't ac customed to scare badly at Buperiorty of number. "Senator Goebel was the choice of the Democrats delegated to make a se lection from three good men for nominee Mr. Stanley hasn't learned to bolt, being young yet. Give him time. 'Yes, he favored the passage of the Goebel bill and the result f,o far lias not been of a nature to cause change of heart. Your accusations under this head are absolutely incorrect We do not want any man counted in unless fairly elected. Assuming wo do there is no such provision under the Goobei aw, and the history ol '90 shows no such ncccs8iiy. . Yesl Vox populi, vox Dei. Such is the purpose of the Goebel election aw: such have been iis 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 thero. LITERATURE .OT WANTED. Some very smart white kid Rhoemire iva "tooled" with pink rostmtlH. tied with 9 pink silk lar-er-i atid fiipplr.niriileil by The Leading Spacialists of Africa pink leather heohv A The perfumed pad consisting of a 20 YEARS IH OHIO. thin.quiltud Hiiitir containing a layer ol 25Q.C30 Gured. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome cotteu sprinkled with sachet powder, i n w a port of miladlVlainty bed. Thi HVECURESTPJCTURE txnu. ammo powecs eo.. hew vomc piul rest between the lower sheet aud .. . .! , 11.. I1 .1 fV. mattress. ,j iiivu.t u iiuuumm wiim-u.mw:5c many Tvjl tmeousciuuflr. aticy Eu7haon.fmart- n man who has over fought tho battles Although there are many new de- f . i int. IMiinlH.il am-.. .1 .. t CORRESPONDENCE. ot tho poor and weak against the powsham signs in earrings, yet tho longpopular (31 ChanrO.cutthip ral.n.it i'mips- - .l!o-- ,1,..- wmIdifficult? ill cnmiurmrincIM erful and wealty, and time and again screw of diamond or pearl holds its y onraas crni;ion.rnt all tho Fymiitrms 8 V PAINT LICK. uobruic-f- 3 without hope of compensatiop. Wash own izal auiwv. Jon t2;uocloricxpcrirncnt nn fja your hands of the blood of this just Ladies who do not favor the Eton j.fljou. 'ihisvrillrotcmeyou.na or tcarirg trt K Miss Estelle Tojntz, of Mt. Sterling, man, lest you shame the God you preI) TULA! - IAS suit for their sons, find a pleading cos MEXT absorb, tend to serve. Drop in anil give Sena is tho guest of Miss Jimmio McCor tume in its stead, in the shape of a con- i7 ncneo removes tho 11m stricture tis. ui ; rtt icturo permanently. tor Goobei a call, and, though yon may mack. ventional model of fine black or dark- - .4 ing, no detention from burtne.- - by our And him making superfluous laws, yon The Paint I.tck base ball team de- blue cheviot, which liost &Co. are 24 methoJ. .t encd. The tiervrit nro iu will find no tobacco nor liquor on his feated tho nine from llichmoud Satur- featuring-thifall. It is superbly tail tho bli's of manhood returns. table. day, September 2nd, by a score of 13 ored. With it, is worn a hard, felt uj WE "Long live the Democratic party, to 7. hat. a "Thoufanils cf yourg onj lui.Idloarcd may God bless and direct its leadand A novelty in clothing cases for gentle Miss Young, of Due West, S. C, who jy men aro hating their rexual y igor and i ers. Very sincerely yours, mis oiv ,""",t,ronl'"a" rapped nnconhcious 'A eye. Tiiey lire has been visiting friends hen: for sever- men is an affair long enough to accom i or tno cauto nt thejo rytnptoms. Mrs. T. R. Welch." al weeks returned to her home last modate a winter overcoat. Other comliencral WeaKnei-s- , I nmturat liifchargci, Failing Manhood. Kcrvonracrs. Poor Mempartments are made to fit other articles; week. Ulorioaa News ory. Irritability, at titno Emartirgfcn-sAtioTho trial of Gill Prather for tho kill- everything, in fact, being a sliding shelf Sunken Ejcs.ttilh dark circler. Comes from Dr. D. B. Curgilo, of Weak llaet. Ucneral Dcprei,i'u, Ijick Whashita, I. T. He writes: "Four ing of Boh Denton camo up in the partitioned off to fit each article. nf Ambition, Vaiicoeelei. Hirrmkcn rn-- l STRK A sailor costume with long trousers -' ., . : .liritw tbrj l'arts. cte. ULEET bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Garrard court for trial last Friday, Sep Donl 5 ij doctors, au cau.have n consult Mmily as they tember 1st, was continued until Decem and jerseys is not appJopriate for n'boy exnerieuco in Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had these sjcei4l rlican.-lion't allow over thirteen, unlefS he is small for his Quacks to experiment on yit. Con;ujt caused her great suffering for years ber court. ago. K ?I,eci!liKwnoliivomadca.lifohtuiiyof y Terrible sores would break out on her Miss Florence Burnside leaves ., Discaejnf Wimicn. OnrNK'.V Youths will wear overcoats of dark My .ntlllUU lennnd LMJ.N1 will poi-I'J- j TlvLA head and face, and the beat doctors for Gathersbnrg, Maryland, where she lively euro y a. O:io thousand tlnllars tailor-mad- e could give no help ;but her cure is com- - Will attcud school. She leaves many blue or brown melton in li,! for a cao wo nccrpt for treatment and XjJ cinuotcurc. Tcnajmjjcratofuraciirc. plcto and her health is excellent." sad hearts behind but the saddest of sack shape, this nutum. The summer girls of taste under This shows what thousands have them all is Harveys. stands tlie bad forms of gloves or shoes proved, that Electric Bitters is the T'lIPfilONS. The ice cream supper given by Miss RYP1HLIS. (IliUnbest blood purifier known. It's the Viola Million at High point school to small, or ripped or broken; of garments I'RAINS. IIN'NATIIUAL IISriIAP(i-Es- . supremo remedy for eczema, tetter, house last Saturday, September 2nd. frayed or ripped; of soiled linen; rip- KIDNEY nrd BLAHIiEU Dimf. gloves; a carelessly arranged necktie; CONSULTATION VltEli. liOOKS salt rheum, nlccrs, boils and running proved quite satisfactory, especially so FREE If unnbla to call, write for a spot on any part of tlie attire, or a sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and to have been gotten up on such short "sloppy weather" walk. TREATJ1EXT. bowols, expp,ls oisons, helps digestion notice. The proceeds amounting to Evelyn Cable. DKS. builds up tho strength. Only 60 conts. 113.50 will go toward purchasing a Sold by Perry & Thomas. Druggist, school library for that District. Forty-tw- o million pounds, of India 4 Guaranteed. 122 W. F0UB7H STREET, ffl rubber were imported into North WALLACETOK CINCINNATI, O. year. America last TO I 1 II ! s OVAL Baking Powder J&folcd." EEPAIKINO AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES A M'tUIALTY. m Bright 6caw Ail Work Guaranteed. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. CURE GLEET ficq-icntl- kk at Bright Frieg&! n, Never before have such goods been displayed in lliclimond as can be found at my place of business. to-da- - Kennedys Kerga y. i5g mill THE BOLTERS. Editors Climax: A number of people sayif Mr. Goebel is elected the country will go to li I. wish to call the attention of the peoplo Schools are all progressing nicely. W. P. Caldwell paid homo a flying ibit. A crowd attended Patronise Slate Lick Springs Im Imsurancg. WoHave Carve Cut The Price In Two. Our Reduction Slioo Sale has' just opened. AVe are offering unmatched bargains in Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Never before were Shoes sold at such prices, and AND rtlK(lEONf !tlillM)VI. Kemtuck ?)K.T. J.TAYLoK, traetilumcr in Medicine itnd Surgery, Kentucky "Please do not annoy my father with any bolting, abusive literature. He is about his Father's business, and if the budget is like unto the sample it will not increase his zeal "My mother and sister prepared a and residence on Second Street. feast for my father on hearing the news of the nomination of such a DemDENTAL ETJRDEIiT ocratic ticket, and in his heart ho thanks God for such a temperate, fear less, brainy man at his head, having Tit. "OaWVua C made an estimate of the man from DEHTIST, bis private character and public record. FASTIDIOUS FELLOWS ok Louisville, Ky. "Now, my dear brother, we are en next door to Government Ituilding, will find my Jewelry correct in every deavoring to be Christians, and flndit to t. IlichmSnd, Ky. OHice hour 9 to novl7-I- y particular. Watch Chains of Solid not Inconsistent to espouse the cause of and Ilolled Gold, in new and styl)H. FRED SMITH, ish patterns, at prices that please money savers. DENTIST. over Collin flrocery. name office Also Studs, llings, Scarf pins, etc., of lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Unrein. Janl2-lremarkable merit. AH going at prices ridiculously low. It is no use for mo however, to try to H. Dr. toll about all tho Rood things we are selling:. You had better como No. 58 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, iind sen for yourself. I also handle will licuttho Hotel ZItnnier, Richmoml, Ky.,on tho hefct line ot Watches to be FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1899, found in the city. co 12-- 1 y to this simple, nonsensical, childish idea. They lie when they say so. It is only the voice of some kickers those e have with you always. I remeiner when Hays defeated Tilden, tho 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 come. So my follow 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 geeso enjoy- ing a gentlo shower, and think themselves wise In their conceit. It la well to oppose corrupt legisla tion and to centure any man guilty of itch, hut when people cannot oppose without persecution, then it is titno to call a halt and consider the good ns well as the corrupt side. Them is, and alwavs has been, a feeling among all people or nations where there is individual liberty to sympathize with persons who are unjustly and unreasonably persecuted. Therearemany of those persons ma- igniDg Mr. Goobei who are no hotter than he and many of them much worse would grasp to any measure to gain tneir point, provided tiiey were placed in tho same position. Why. then, should they cry out againbt their fellowman .and centure 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 bard to suit everybody, and there is no one man that can well do so, not even Jesus Christ who is conceded to be the only begottmt son of God then why should it be expected of poor, simplo man? Tho world is full of chronic kickersdnts been ever since the first day of creation, and will be unto the end o( time. They come into this world kicking, and when life begins on its homeward journey their kicks grow louder ana louuer. un behalf ol suc cess of the great principles of the great est of parties, let us have peace by electing our nominee, Wm Goebel. Gov. Ed. Brown. He Fouled The Sargpotix. ast week and reported a good time. Miss Kota Ballard, of Kingston, has Insure yonr dwellings, barns and all other property in the Blue Grass Insurance Compa- been visiting rclntives at this place. i ny, ot Lexington, Ky., a home institution utves protection Buck Colson, one of our blacksmiths Tornado. The againsi f ire, i.igntning ana cheapest and most reliable company the people ot our county now h preparing to move to Indiana. We operating for the State, and gets cheaper ever in - Bedroom Suites, Dressers, Rockers, and in fact everything to be found in a First-Clas- s Furniture House. These goods are rare because of style exceptional because of PRICE. regret to see him go. year as long as you continue In the company. ror luriucr iniormauon can on inei- ageni. The series of meetings held by Rev. and collector, S. R. U. BLACK, Attorney-at-LnRichmond, Ky , office on Main Street, Brouch, of Stanford, closed on August opposite Court House, next door to State Bank & Trust Co., second floor. 5th, with 13 additions to the church. J. H. CARTER, Pres. On August 17th,at homo of the bride, mayM-l- y BOSWORTH, Sec'y. Mips Etta Bodkin and J. H. Uenham. Welchburg, Jackson county, were C-- C. The Best of Shoes We are making room forour immense slock of Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter. To bo had. . married. DOYLESVILLE Born. To the wife of W. C. Griggs, August 28, a girl, Mary Earl. Prof. Lunsford, of Berea, closed last week a ten days singing school at this $18. tsx FRKIGHT PREPAID. I'lilfWilii! place. Mrs. Cdssie Dunham sold to W. C. Griggs her property in this place for $1 000, She purchased a farm on Mud dy Creek foi $2,500. On August 30, at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Moosley, near this place, Mr. Ollie Jones and Miss Mollie Moosley, were united in Marriage. arm machine with all nttach. pients war i i i n n wvww k mir' i in ranted lo ears. If mncmuc isrviaai' Isf cctory in jo days monry will be refunded. Fend ash with order. Descriptive circular eent on applies tion. WHAYNK M'F-- O CO . LOUIi.VlLul.KY- 000 FOURTH AVE.. mch22-6- new Forthisftvle hifb sewing Think of These: i4 00 Men s SJioos going at 3 00 Men's Shoes goiug at 3 00 Ladies' Shoes going at 2 00 Ladies' Shoes goiug at , $3 00 2 CO 2 25 1 CO A largo assortment of La "Thoy are simnlv Perfect." writes Robt. Moore of La Fayette, Ind., of DeWitt'd Litiln Enrlv Itiwrs. tin-- "fn.- mous little pills" for" ronstination and all liver ailments. Never gripe. Per ry &, Thomas. THEY SAW THROUGH THAT JOKE. Kodol Dyspepsia dies' Oxfords, just tho kind every Lady wants. At prices that will suit the Come poorest pocket-booearly aud get your pick. You have horse sense. Then don't be a donkey and go w,y out $G0 or $70 for it machine when 3rou can buy one for half that price. You can get a machine like the above cut, with which we will give guarantee, for Women still talk about their chil dren says the London Daily TeleHroph Tiiey always will enlarge on tho sub ject nearest to their hearts. As they used to discuss their niiments, they now discuss 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 thei&nadu a real hit by remarking n an inimitable American manner: Well, it seems to mo that you women will have our children in spectacles before they have any teeth 1" Itartlflciallvdlctests tho food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted algestlve organs. It is the latest discovered digest-aand tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SIckHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and ail otner results oi imperiectdigestlon. nt Digests what you eat. Cure Rich Goods at Poor Prices. These machines will be sold for cash or monthly payments. Anything to please our customers. Freeman Bros., RICHMOND, KY. , aug2-l- y Come, va awA see, Wve,m. sYRUP PEPS! 'CURES CONSTIPATION.! WW DR. CALDWELL'S prepared Dy For sale bylPerry & Thomas. t. c. uewut ft cc Chicago. CALL AT L o 220-22- 2 MOBLRLEY W. Main Street, RICHMOND, KY. SCVi'S KOW Affords Splendid VSaler Grazing T OUR KALI. CATALOrStTH gives descriptions of these and other Seed Grain, also Clovers and Grasses, Vegetable feeds. Bulbs. Fertilizers, Ctc Write tor It cud prices of any Seeds required. irl (Ms and Large YicMs ol Grain. &&J S3. NiQHT PHONE 23. DAY PHONE "Best on the market for cousrhs and colds and all bronchial troubles; for cronp it lias no equal," writes Henry 11. Wlntiortl, bouth Canaan, Conn., of One Minute Cough Cure, Perry & lliomas. SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. aug31-4- w A Treatment That Cures 1 Cancer. Louis Landman YOUP Fj frcturning every aecond Wednesday o. each mouth. Reference erery physician of Richfebl6-lKy. mond, No. 28, 2il y. F. J. YEAGER, St. sep6rly lliclimond, Ky. 1L1IS mm i Youth I If you are young you naturally appear so. If you arc old, why appear so? Keep young inwardly; we will look after the outwardly. You need not worry longer about those little streaks of gray; advance agents of age. All doctors told Itenlck Hamilton, ot West Jefferson, O., after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he would die unless a costly oporatiou was per formed; but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklen'e Arnica Salve, the Bluest Pile cure on Earth, and the best Salve in the World. 25 cents a box. Sold by Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 4 Coolest and most refreshing Fr&nkfori I Mmii Railway. of drinks that can be found No Plaster, No Paste, No Cutting, Ho Suffering, No Detention All things can now be properly elim (In Effect December 5, 1S3S in the city are dispensed inated from tho gubernatorial race in From Dusiness, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. and accommoby Kentucky save and except this one Unless Cured. dating clerks. p.m. p.m p.m. n.m question, which do you prefer Mr. up-to-da- te Lumber For Sale! I have at nv mill, near Waco, about three oak lumber hundred thousand feet of which I will sell at mill or loaded on cars. For on or address further particulars call first-claJuly5-3m- SHORT LINE TO New 'Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. o Waco, Ky. SEND ONE COLLAR It KITX PLA1M.T LKTTklUXU riiD.iLO.U. iWtct ezmtntlon SlitKeyI Ola WASTKO,jidwe williend you by frtijrht, t- tihlMt - Alters i l'ullraan Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louisat, EtamlMtt ville every Thursday night and runs through fur rrriffct 4rt, and It 10 oan rrancisco. Ask vour ticket scent for nxrtlcnlars or write t It H Fowler. Traveling Passenger Agent, rftH At 9f.nH U Louisville, Ky. tO.0O,MJ l fMjSl Krrw Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Offer Price. 53.93. R niempnis and Kew uneans. Tjmis (hit I .As Mflt r.i WM. A. KELL0ND. wU orOcr. Wo A. II. HANSON, S O P. A . Chicago. A. O. P. A,Tnisvllle. mj pwat M IM tered tnd poUiuca In rrry Tutt made.cQt. ANntnirrirrTnrt etyt from traced. let ftMttt KxJ Ukt cum Uif f.Uhau re'r urmie & apr5-t- m :v immi oif Address, SEARS. KO&BUCK CU.f CHICAGO, viop will surely restore color to gray hair; and it will also give your hair all the wealth and gloss of early life. Do not allow the falling of your nair to tnreatun you loaserwita Damness Do not be annoyed with dandruff, nit vuiv Time of Trains at Winchester, WEST BOUND, lit. Btorllngnnd Lexington Accom eastern Express for Louisville Accom. .. Morohad and New York Limited F. F. V . n Ky. T cu or every Amencan. jmcispowcnuny und nnlckly. A Kcw Han. Phnicslh Perlsct, li tha r ssll c!30 dajfj use cl REGENERO. Younsmcn v illr-cathcJr lost rnnnnped, ami Old Men will recover their youthful vigor. Itflts opo r bnaincss. etudy or marriafo. PEGENERD I? the creates! Hetvins ever to!d In this eputitrt. Can bo carried In rpstpoclfcL BymallJI.tO r lKr. or Sr for $5X0. vro cSecrfuih; r:fuad Ih nA,n tvhri-- hIx tMixesdonotcfTect n euro. llrculara Tree Address tho American ofllco Ot i3.cl?b,.'? RftHMStlV SfEHJiPlf fin in jx-- FOR WEAK MEN Tho exeat French Bemrdylavritbic csry 3 00 pm 4 0 pm . . S 65 am 7 30 am M EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehc&d Acco11 8 am New York Limited V. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom ... fi 30 pm 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains ran daily exoept Sunday. Othlr trains run dally. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For Information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD, Agent call on or wrilo Klchinond, Ky. or GKOUGE W. BARNEY, O V.A.C.&0. Xr Lexington, Ky. m- auy It ya !o ttotobuiuAll rim exrectuil Xrorn tli ate ot the Viror, wrlto thn dortoi atxmt it. Probably tlwm li nma UUScoUr wttlt your ceneral J'llwn which I1 cniIIt removed. . urbook we wut scnu on tne rlair ana bcaip free upon request. Vi'rKa to tho Doc let: 1 fl tJ II LJ For alo by Perry A Thomas septlJ ly 8 18 Goebel or Mr. Taylor, Democracy or Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. 4 65 7 09 ' Winchester. .. 11 8 1 53 5 15 " Maysville " 8 40 5 30 Republicanism ? This is the issue be 10 9 30 5 40 Paris iSSSSSSSS'SSSSSSSSSSSSS Georgetown 8 17 10 '28 "7S0 4 28 fore the people and the one they must 7 10 11 20 Ar. Frankfoit... Lve. 7 00 3 40 Second St. settle by their votes at the polls. It is Phone 3. Ask for tickets via Taris. needless to keep threshing over that itiomioxrD, KY. J. K. NEWTON, O. P. A. old straw as to how Goebel, Taylor or any other nominee arrived at their M nomination. They have been nominaM SM m " ted and now it remains for the people IN 7HR 7h 7i President McKinlev, in his speech to choose between them. Peoplo that are Democrats have but one -- course to at Pittsburg, makes use of the followN ing language. Speaking of the Filipi pursue. nos he says: "They assailed our sov iv. i,. 'turner, (Jomnton. Mo., was ereurnty, and there will bo no useless cured of piles by DeWitt's Witch Hazel parley no pause until the insurrec saivo aner suuenug seventeen years and trying over twenty remedies tion is suppressed." N This is the same sentiment that Physicians and surgeons endorse It. Be ware oi uatigerous counterielts. Perry I prompted the Brlton3 to make war on & Thomas. N ineir coiontes in tins country more three-yeahundred ynnrs ago, with this than a Seventeen of the greatest difference: The British actually owned old trotters have qualified to start in this country by right of discovery, and the $10 000 Kentucky Matron Stakes to Were trying to put down a rebellion. be contested on the 25th of September, whereas, tho Americans had uo right at Louisville. Among the well known to tne ruuippniPB at tno time tlie war drivers that will be seen together in with the Filipinos began, nor wer the race are Hayes, Went Wyli, Starr, they ever recognized as "sovereigns' Miller.. Marvin. DeKyder ami. McCar- by those peoplo or by anybody else. tny. The Lexington (Ky.) filly, F:x- a. w.t l b mctvtiuuy t. vacillating jxiuey tn re taBV, is already a big favorite for the gard to the war during the past two race. Fi 1 fVion 'WN years has made him the laughing itwi- i- tt1 m tiiiuii o i The opening day of the trotting meet stock of every intelligent citizen, aivj such utterances ns the .above brand ing at Louisville on the 25th of this him as a tyrant without one spark ot month, should make history for tl.o humauity or sympathy for a liberty- - harness horse. Just $10,6(10 in purses are huug up for the winners of that loving people. day's races alone. DeWitt's Little Early Itinera permi &N nently cnie chronic constipation, bll Kodol Dyspepsia Cu: w a Hcientllir tousness, iiervousne) ami worn-i)- ut having i feeliug; cleaiiKe and regulate the entire compoiiuiiphysicianstlieand Ever put in One house in the medical (ystoni. binali, pleasant, never gripe or eminentIt '"digests what vou eat" and Kentucky. Also ammunition prew. Hickcn 'famous, little pills." Perry & ixtsiively cures dyspepsia. M. A. Ke- of all kinds. i nomas. tron, BlrKimingdale.'TemipayH it cured A turn oi indigestion of ten NirV Marcus Daily, tho millionaire Mon ing Perry & TJmmas. N tana copper king, has already shipped his stalilu of trotters to take part in Ih Tht last wek nf thin month will be races at Louisville. The copper and a gnhv one for Louisville, The trotting green colors of tlie western Btablo will meeting is already attracting the attei boeoeii for the first tlmo this year on tion of lovers ot that class of sport, and Uicijmond, Ky. Main N tho opening drfy when Joe Rca Bcores the one fare rale to LouibvJUe.oii account ' VMy' M MS M VM M US MS NB NJI' XM1 with Sly Trick id tho JIOJCW Kentucky of the trota. will fill the Fall Ciiy wit! Matron Stakes. ,71fN Yuitoni fhftti U tho adjsce&t territory, 2 CO 6 'JO Lve. Richmond Ar. 1 CO 7 20 I 7I The Silicon's knife mul burning plasters and the hnrrihlo crude methods heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has been forever displaced by the advent of Dr. Register's New Serum and Antesentic lluid treatment. This discovery works a new era in medical scienre and sufferers Irom Cancer, Lujuirs, Ulcers, Tumors, uoitre and D istuia can certainly Do cured witnout tno nornulo torture attending the qnack and Ignorant methods in vogue for a century. Ovw tifty well defined coses without a failure is the evidence to prove the nirrit of this important medical discovery. This new treatment is tho result of a thorough scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on the most rigid scientific principles. Dr. Rccrister holds cold medals from Ieadinir medical colleges for proficiency FEMALE DISEASES. uiat-uons- Is worth more per bushel r- and more bushels per acre when put in with a years has confined his practice to female sufferers His discoveries of recent date for tlie euro of malignant diseases is duo to tlie creat increaso of cancer of tlie womb and lemalo breast. A well equipped . sanitarium is employed by him at 100 Court street, where his entiro ,- . . rr i; . Tf l i. ...in n tuumug rirum time IS tiuvotetl to lemnie BUtierors anui iuunguuiib .i: any disease peculiar to women or any manner of malignant growth or sore. write a full and concise statement of your caho ana get an Honest expert opinion free. Cures can be made at home. Address, in diseases of women, and for tho past ten -- T 'In 10G Court Street, Memphis, Tenu. U t Kentucky ,,,.. Wheat Drill. Shot Guns Street SEND CattkU.l.MtMtpillk S1.0O.u4UlmJ '" laraurio icais itcnu riauc hhu, krrr.iuc o. You it at youroeuwt (reUnt .i.al.irte. And H eta examine rprccat4, cqaml to orxan.ueiwt, that eiMtly m and it you iluyonoTfrawrui -- QUE DOLLAR thnrrtt BAYS' PRICE 7 Birds and squirrels are orm ri lmii jjiiiuuui ii before and we have the the finest line of t r better taa ui ui as a4TSrtUd py others at mora money, pay 1 SO Jai offer prler, S3I.75 therrcUrht agent ear null at 9?5.a 3L75 bh.im, IS OUR SreClilJM) f' fh 3ii )4ir m HTtr aid. kvlvrc. csbflixn. otEieutkO ratmst TH E ACM E OUCIN la aoot the thown, whlril Front the TOSkOItrmMt.twMe.photorraphjou Illustrationactaeldeaotlta eanf onn Is enzraved direct rroia a bekUtirul appearaoce. ssede rreim eenn vartrr Mtneu eak. aatlqud anUh,haadsonlydeorate(iaDaonarenU!i, 1..... immu.,.j. vill icxauf KESlA arrets Inch Mhiifh. u inches lony.ii Inches wide antwelsrhs asapouuds. Uoa- t&ina o octaves, it ewpk, ae touowsi uHMjinKiiw, f.apl.r. Tnil a.loda. t.lnte. fra... dplcr, DUeua frU uttx Huu a OtU. tapl.r 1 T..e Setll. 1 Urud Orsea Bw.ll. 1 tt.U OtvkMtral lciftl ttVw.tl.rr lip. "J.UllJ knlt 1 S.t .III rere 8M SeU4l. isoti smi, i ai f ij Mi; war M II r...Uj l, 1 CUV. tQfEiS c It BllkJItlleirtlmaotk II Hori ailrilou marled ae.J Uonroaelstof thecelcbt '3dk jKe,whlrhareoiily uae.1 in tbo hlglict Bimdu untruneniei lilted wllh Cwrct.ra .d v Hibui, ateo bet loUre felu. IwthertMite bellowaot tee best rabber cloUi, belloweioookand nnet leather tn Trdres. TIIK imKai'KKS I. rurnlhad jg.B Di, cknrAi.tiT3t"np-tciHUBMi- fc . VafesM?--- ' tort's) - plata French mirror, nickel plktcd podal fnuuw. and every modern lmpro.emoal. w. t .rat rrre k.ea- UM .rg lM .'m! 1.4 tk. kMi OTYkM Ut.tTBCtlM tOfit retlsk. 25 YEARS. S&i pnarantc. by tho, tMTio MrtUtcn biwtlnx lerraii arul ootuiition nf wluch if uny rirt bit out r ttkem. Tf v It one montii n kl m renawlr It vii will rrfund ruar moncr It vou nr not '' W.li oU M Mil AH 1 iM oi tb4t ft, Trn i i is ir. " a f N7iri ij a'lpeal 0UK HSL.AHIUTY i ESTABLISH E ".rpu natdeelt wit a u skyfiur neiailKre.Uut tie. writs WiMilll.hera7thLfinn,rorH.trnrialit.inN.t.raAt m kabk,orCorn IUchn(re2(kt.)Uj)k.Ctitaffo or Oetmta FtehMii-ttink'r. Nwr.r ' f oiitpeny la Chtciuta e e?e w. $iu,rK.oa. oorn,iy entire oi. ct . i .e Oksaeo.apdemplo. aeert; J,S0reei our on botleMair. w aU4-0tt.:rHi'.i- -r't-'-i prt-oeWiptso for :rw aaa apt Uo eTeryvMoe: ta rrmrteal ln.trimeritjtt lowint ainlcnli nRmM"U InMrmwoi.t clloe;ce. Adureea, (Dun. JUci.si k G. mn. BARS. StOfiBUCK k. CO. htc). Fltav OwttohHf tn Wwrea.-- i Sit.. OeelCAna. w"t .;'' utI ( ' p. 'ji Haw's This? will he here this woefc, to accept a posi"Wfi offer One Hundred Dollars Re tion with MedtlamesfDevore & Buck ley. ward for any ca?eof Catarrh that can Mrs. Johnson: of Ivew Orleans, Miss not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Cora Dubulsson aud Master George, of F. J. Cheney & Co.. j'rops., i oieno.u. Proprietor. F. iinderaicned. J. O. CHBNAULT. tanuie lelika. .Experience teaches that Walker, Miss., aud MissMiss., areJye W. tho for the lust 15 have known be Manager. and vice versa, as they are partlccps years, and Business at J. Cheney A. D. MILLER of Greenville, Editor. criminis. They aro in tho same boat. O. E. WOODS. good clothes 'wear longest, Mr. W. V. Watts. lieve Iniu perfectly nonoranie in in ions and financially visiting Prominent men of all parties attended Mis Katherine French goodfood gives best nutrition, Misses Gertrude and Jennieis Batte at business transactany obligations made able to carry out 1F90. tho speaking and evinced great interest WliDNESDAY. SEPT. 13, and a good medtctne mat Claysvilie Sha will also bo a guest of bv their firm. in tho dohato. It was a ercat day for "West cares disease is naturally the Mrs. T. A. Garnott during tho Btreet Toledo, & Trnax, Wholesale Druggists HwIIomc KUZVKKV WEDNESDAY BT (or Democracy in Bath and from re rUULI.111 O., Wnltling, Kinnam & Mar Cynthiana. Hood's fair nt L J. Frazeo and sister. Mrs. La- - vin, wholesale Druggists, l oieoo, u " best and cheapest. distin- ,J Mr. intcrnal-IvCo. ports receivod wo aro snre our upheld . royally Sarsaparilla is the best medi Bollo Pigjr, of St Loufs, have returned Hall'a Catarrh Cum is takenblood and. gulshwl fellow-citize- n nntlnir dirpctlv unon the extenth-trip to homo the stralcht ticket to the discomfiture cine money can buy, because York, after an City. ,rhiladelphia row mucous surfaces of tho system. Price aud Atlantic PICK YEAR, $1.50, of the opposition. IMUCK 76c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. others fait. other points East Yesterday Richmond Mas honored from you, and whom you sent away it cures when all Testimonials free. "Hid poor health for Mrs. Kate P. Miller is in receipt of an appointments lasl by the presence of tho Hon. Win. J. with your blessing, are watching and Poor Health At ono oi his Hall's Family Pills are the best, lm DEMOCRATIC TICKET. pains in shoulders, back and hips, Invitation to tho golden wedding of wondering that Kentucky will do when years, week Mr. Goebel said: Stone, ex Governor of Missouri land the enemies of Democracy, within and tvith constant headache, nervousness and Col. aud Mrs. John D. Hams at their I had something to say in my Bowl- homo, "Blythewood," in Madison, Koin EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL Democratic without, are striving to disorganize and no appetite. Used Hood's SarsapatUIa. govkunok, inn Green speech about Theodore Acting Chairman of tho for gained strength and can ivork hard alt 7 to 12 o'cIock, September 2U. HON. WILMAM GOEBEL, Hiilhun. of Covincton. Mr. Ilallam National Committee, who has come to defeat our force here; wo are watching day: eat heartily and sleep quell. I took, Mr. Geo. A. Lewis, publisher of tho ESTATE AND COLLECOI" KKNTON COUNTY. had seen fit in his speech at Bowling Kentucky to deliver a series of speeches i to see what reply you Kentucky Demo it because it helped my husband to tvhom Kentucky Law Reporter, (S3 per year TION AGENCY. ot irauklort, was noro on Green to say something about my fam ou behalf of the regular nominees of crats will make to tho universal appeal it gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Giffels, l'OK MKUTBKAKT G0VKUN0K, Monday raking in suuscrioers jur. your brethren in all tho otherStates aro Moose Lake, Minn. ily Anion;: others, he mentioned my .1. C W. BECK AM, Lewis is a leading Mason and has state Democratic ticket. His spsccli OK NKLSON COUNTY. that you ho brave and true. brother. I said that I nevdr had a the friends in every town in Kentucky. Manager. B. LEE DAVIS, properly so, for Will yon show lees of fealty and devo brother in tho penitentiary, and that it here is the first, and Prof. John Burnam. assistant pro homo, whenco he tion than we? I am not hero to call in University, has l'OU ATTOKMiY (I11NHIIAL, fessor in Latin at tho was some' hing Hallam couM not say. this is his native , t i I , r rIr r It. J. URKUKINBIDGE, resigned and will sail for Paris, Franco, Farm, Mineral anil Timber "MMIhil f III I see in the Louisville and Nashville's went west a little boy thirty years ago question the motives of men; I am OK KOYI.K OUNTY. Lands bouirbfc and sold and ahonf tho 20th of October, where he Louisville organ Hallarn said this was to rise to tho Governorship of one of not here to indulge in vituperation or llood'l Mill cure liver IMa ; th expects to study for two years. Mr. only cathartic to take with Ilood't SrprilU. on commission. harsh attack; but I am justified in say true, but that his brother was a con KOlt AIIDITOK, litiruam has many iriendsin ooiumuia. grandest states in tho Union Mis- ing that when am striving along with Statesman, Columbia, Mo, GUS COULTER, federate soldier, and was thrown into the I OK GK.YVKS COUNTY. Dr. Eueeno Ilumo leave prison duiitigtho war. ''Mark what 1 souri. Like every true son of Madison, Mr. Woodson, your national committee- performance in sackcloth and ashes. tho College Accounts in and out of the for New York to uow say. Ilallam had several brothers, he holds dearer than auy spot on man, and all the members of that com and without any feasting on fatted of Physicians and Surgeons of Colum- FOR TKRASURER, City taken for Collection I want the Confederates to know-- earth the place whero he was born, mittee, and with a number of other de calves or decorating with golden rings. bia College, 437 69th street. This is and S. V. HAGEK. it was not his brother who was a Con and when ho sneaks of his Old Ken voted Democrats throughout tho coun It might be advisable in some comma Dr. llume rt third yei-j- . OK HOYD COUNTY. lie hopes to finish in 1901. As ho was one of tho try, to organize our party forces and federate soldier that I referred to. It ffWrite, or call on me for further Home it is witli a fervor that prepare for the mighty struggle of next nities to present the prodigal with a brightest men at C. U.'antl has the amwas to another brother, one who was tucky KOlt SHOHKTAUY OK STATE. particulars. precious medal, wrought in tho propor bition and application, wc confidently CALEB liltEOKINMDE HILL, convicted of a civil charge, that long- - none can resist, for his heart is chained year; when wo are going about tho tion of 10 to 1, as a token of identity expected great tilings of this popular OFFICE Room 9, Moherley Build OK OLAKK COUNTY. lost brother from whom Theodore Hal- - here to the living and the dead. Ite- - country at our own expense, sacrifhng and a guaranty of future good behavior. young man ing, Richmond, Ky. lnmhasnothrardtwicoina quarter of j memDcrJn i,js speeches hero in tho our personal interests, and giving our But for heaven's sake lot the brethren The ladies will do well to inspect COMMISSIONHU OK AdKIOULTUKE FOB the samples of all domestic articles time and effort to the important work a century. I am Incapable of casting PrcBMentIal I. N. HALL, amvaiBa 0f 1890. every- - of party organization, we have a right come if tliev want to. made of aluminum, handled here ex! OF JHliKKKSON COUNTY. ' 1 Is one other thing we have clusively by Mr. Tom Bigger, one of Thero 1.. ftl " ao i" ei"cu fn n PitnAAit D to expect the support and encourage heard about this discord here which iier. A member of my family was a last year's O. U students. lie has enKOlt SUK'T. OF PITISLIO 1NSTUCTI0N, Pnt.rPi-it- n cnlriier mid was thrown las onlv Mr. Stone can make, ana we ment of our party associates in every of crave import, if it bo true. The graved calling cards In aluminum cases II. V. McCHESrsKY, into a military prison, and you all know were amply rewarded. As the speak-tha- t State, and we have a right to complain, opinion prevails to a large extent in that are as fine and half as costly as I will rent at public auction, in front OK LIVINOTON COUNTY. tho same goods anywhere else. I am hold responsible for bringing .. cogeil ycster,iay afternoon only ayo, bitterly complain, if we are fired other States that tho Louisville and Bigger is stopping with Mrs. H.Mr. of the Court House door, in Richmond, L Ky , on l,,c h FOK HAlI.nOAO COMMISSIONER 3l. DIST, tvMit to nresa upon from the rear. Do you not think Nashville Railroad Company is having White on Second street. J" A- - W. HAMILTON, say that Breckinridcre." No i Rol.lier. Robert J. so, my friends? I will not COL controversy hero About dozen couples accepted an Saturday, September 23, '99, OF MT. KTEltLIXG. fnirmindin.nfdrntRol.lie.rwilfhold we comu not execute our very earnest mutiny is party treason, even when so much to do with thislarge measure re invitationa of Miss' Ratio Smith to a and that it Is in a at 2 o'clock, p. in., the farm known as aught against Mr. Goebel on this score, wish to print his remarks entire. How- full of menanco to party success as it is sponsible for it. As to the truth of this watermelon partv at her father's Stony tho "Clienault Farm," now occupied hy FOIl HKI'HKSKNTATIVE, Tho after this explanation, of charge he ever wc nresent that portion of Gov. hoie but I will say that it is so I neither affirm nor deny, for I do not Run farm on Kentucky river. warm Mr. Gaylan White. Tho farm has 2S0 HON. V. W. COMBS, drive down in the afternoon was was torceu to maite oy toe vicious as- - Rtn,t. RnM.h MADISON COUNTY. unon state is- - unfortunateasto be almost inexcusable. know tho truth. I am opposed to reck but the return trip iu the cool of the acnis. all iu grass, has good residence, stables, servants quarters, ice house, saults upon him by Theodore Hallam, snes which are most important now. The acrimonious division in the ranks less or assaults upon legiti evening was delightful. About thirty etc, etc Terms made known on day or forty luscious melons had heeu storoi Kentucky Democrats is the most the drunken ANNOUNCEMENT renting. In this crisis in the history of Demo ominous cloud on the horizon of our mately invested interests, great or ed in Mr. Bud Shearer's cellar beneath ofseptl3-2BRUTUS J. CLAY. FOR COUNTY CLERK. small, individual or corporate. I be a wagon load of ice, and these wero Kontucky, how proud and how party cracy in We are authoriied to announce AIKill lieve in properly protecting and en slaughtered at sundown by tho gay Clerk, sucject KAVANAUC1II DOTY for Count Gentlemen, I speak to you without co'uraging great enterprises which tend company. A nice luncheon was also grateful should all loyal Democrats to the action of the Democratic rany. served and each young lady was pre5,000 Goebel Buttons. Wa nro ntithnriipil In announce C. M. RAY' IS THE TIME distinguished statesman for partiality or preduice; I have no share to develop and pdvanco the Stato. be to this with a melon for homo consumpHUItN a eamliilatc for County Clerk, subject Five thousand Goebel buttons wero joining his shoulder to theirs to rescue in your local embroilments; I have no believe the peoplo of Kentucky feel sented Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith chapto and to the action of the Democratic rarty. tion. interest in the personal phases of the that way, and'that the Democratic par eroned the party and were the recipWe are authoriiert to announce D R. TEVIS received by Hargis Baos. last week for Paint, so let us -- subject to the .n ran.iiilate for Countv Clerk Democratic party from Jits enemies contest here; but as a Democrat from distribution among the Goebel people, the ty of Kentucky icels that way. I do ients of niaiiv compliments and thanks action of the Democratic party. make j'ou a price from within and without! Ho stands another State, with some experience iu not believe that any legitimate '.interest for the evening's enjoyment. Wo are authorized to annonnco M. M which wore ordered at their solicita to furnish the MILI.KU a candidate for County Clerk, sub political affair and knowledge of politi tion, says the Jackson Hustler. This perhaps as close to Mr. Bryan as any ieet to the action of the Democratic party. in this Stato would bo imperiled by the material and do the work in a v nrp authorized to announce JESSE number does not seem to have been man in the Nation, and inasmuch as he cal situations, and one upon whom the success of tho Democratic ticket, COHU a candidate for County Clerk, subject skillful workmanlike manner. sufficient to meet the demand, and an deems the result of this contest of such National Democracy has imposed some Whenever great, corporations under to tho action of the Democratic party. Rev. J. R. Howes, who has been re- The smallness of the price measure of responsiblity. I warn you take to control party or public affairs has gone order for another installment importance, let every Democrat that if you care for partv success in turned to Collpgo Hill for his fourth Fob sukkiff. you.. We forward aud these will arrive in a few great it is nearly always done either to obtain year, will begin a protracted meeting will simply astonish Wa are. nnifinrlMl to announce JOHN who wants to prevent a repetition of 1900 you must elect a Democratic Gov- or to perpetuate so mo unfair advan at Paint Lick on Sunday. have received in the last 30 for Sheriff winims n naniliilate action of the of Madison days. Democratic county subject to the the iollv of 1803 and i)G, when a Re ernor in November. You may lose this tage. If corporations ask only for what New Enterprise. party. Rev. H. N. Faulconer, of Lancaster, days direct from the factories several shipments of New We are authorized to announce JOHN W. publican Governor and President were State in November and yet carry it th is manifestly right they can get it in will preach at tho Second PresbyterMr. K. Lee Davis, late editor of the RAUWUtt), of White Station, a candidate for following year, although to lose it any State of tho Union without resort- ian church next Sunday morning and Paper Hangings, in all the Sheriff, subject to tho action of the Democratic Register, has opened a real estate and elected by disaffection and treachery in November will make it a doubtful party. to extraordinary expedients or evening. Public invited. new coloring and designs. agencv in tho Moherley build- the Deuiocratic.party, be on guard. We are aethfirized to announce MARTIN collection State in 1000. Remember your exper inn doubtful means to obtain Great cor G The new Mc'.hodist pastor. Rev. H. New Reds, Blues, Greens, OKN'TltY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison ing, and his card will he found else Turner, was greeted with a largo and At 2 o'clock Governor McCreary in i ience in 1805 and 189G. Will yon re porations have no business to meddlo county, subject to the action of the Democratic where in this issue. Mr Davis lias an party. attentive audience last Sabbath and etc. Papers from 5c per roll forcible, eloquent, eulogistic speech in poat that mistake? 'Will you duplicate in tho politics of a State. Whenever his sermon was a strong one, well re Weare authorized to announce P. D.MIOAD-DU- S extensivo acquaintance all over Central on up in price. White Lead that follv? Will you place your State a candidate for Sheriff at Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. and Eastern Kentucky, and parties troduced Gov. Stone, who was received in Republican hands again this yeartnd they do they menace tho public weal ceived. and Linseed Oil at factory having lands for sale; town property with Ions; and loud applause. He ihuscivo your enemy a powerful ad No greater misfortune could befall a Rev. Henry Mills, of Spears. Ky., prices, (freight added). WinState than to have it under tho heel was appointed by the lato Conference FOR ASSESSOR. for rent or bills for collection would do launched at once into ids ypeech vange over you when greater issues are of a railroad corporation. Therefore, at Carlisle to the Jackson and Beatty-vill- o dow Shades from 10c each on We are authorized to announce JOE OLDwell to consult hitn. He will still main HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison charge, while Rev. S. "W. Peeples, up in price. The mixed paint which was throughout fiven the best at stake? say if it be true that the Louisville, and tfcc action of the Democounty subject to tain ltis newspaper connection by con You may not quite concur in all I am Nashville Company is takinc the part lormer pastor of Jackson Methodist that "we make in white and cratic party. sat Hon On the stand of bigcity attention. church, has been appointed to the ColWe are authorized to announce J AS. L. tinuing to represent a number Eaying of tho fnturo danger here and It is reported too taking in this con lege Hill, Madison county, charge. shade of ordinary color for Robert J. Breckinridge, of Boyle, can DAKEU a candidate for Assessor of Madison dailies in which lie has a "fat thiuu." the cflect elsewhere of Democratic dis test tlie peoplo of .Kentucky should re-- Rev. II. S Ragan was retained as Pre- $1.10 per gallon is not onty county subject to the action of the Demodidato for Attorney General: cratic party. Conterence Appointments. aster; hut whatever you may think of buko it in a way to be remembered for siding Elder of this District. Jackson QEORQE We are authorised to announce the best for the money but is Urey Woodson, the danger here Ltell you the effect of Hustler. ; NOLAND a candidate fur Assessor of Madison Tho appontments made by Bishop crnor McCreary Hon. years. couHty, subject to the action of the Democratic - a defeat on other States, the close and Rev. T S. Hubert, who has been as- the best on the the market at Knv. nt. iliR Methodist Conference, at ot Owensboro' National Committeelrty. I liavo heard about other things con signed to tiie Methodist church at any price. We can't adverV. We are authorized to announce Q. were announced too late to ap- - man from Kentucky: an J Mr. John B doubtful States, will be desperately nected'with your contest here, but preached there on Sunday tise all of our inducements, of Csrlible, DKAT1IHKAUK a candidate for Assessor caro who is Governor of pass of the near in the Climax last week. Those Clienault, Maiiison county, subject to County Chairman, The bad. I do not them by. I do not regard them as morning. A committee met him at Democratic party. Kentucky, if only ho is a Democrat. I of great importance, and I did not como the depot and gave him a cordial wel so call and see for yourself are as follows: DUNN, for the Danville District We are authorized to announce RUD platform was crowded with listeners, have, no personal interest in Mr.Goeboi him ot loyal suport residing Elder, F. S. Pollitt. of the (llade District, candidate for Assessor, to discuss your local I merely come, 'and nssuicd the interest commit- our line of Wall Paper, Wintn tho promotion ol subject to the action of the Democratic party. the spaco within the bar was a solid or Mr.Hrown. I do not know Gov.Brown advert to them: Itichmond H. G. Turner. I do not attempt to ted to Iti in. He was delighted with dow Shades, Paints, Oils, mass of humanity, while in the court and I never saw Mr. Goebel but once, discuss them. I come to implore th his reception, which was given ad- Glass, Picture Frames, ArLawrencobnrg T. S. Hubert. FOK JAILKr.. Danville J. It. Savage, room, in tho windows, in the doors and that was after his nomination. Democrats of Kentucky to elect tho ditional significance hy being invited tists and Painters Supplies We are authorized tn announce JAMES C. to conduct Union seivices in the PresTherefore when I urge the Democrats LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison llarrodsi'urg C. J. Nugent. generally, stock the largest, sat, aud crouched, and stood a tremend of Kentucky, as do, to support Mr. Democratic ticitet and thereby giv byterian church in the evening. county, subject to the action of the Democratic I Nicholasville D. YV. Walts. party. cheer and hope to tho party in every prices always the lowest. ous crowd, of all parties, of both races Goebel's candacy I aln not influenced We are authorized to announce PKTER G. Ptnryville W. A. Penn. State; and I come to imploro you to I'ASItlSII a candidate for Jailer of Madison and both sexes, a number of ladies by personal considerations. I speak elect a Democratic Legislature that Mackvillo D. M. Humphrey. county, subject to the action of the Democratic CEO. M. WILLGIHG party gracing tiio occasion by their presence, purely in the interest oi the Democratic ma send that prince of Kentucky gen Chaplin E. H. Godbey. DouitLE Wkdding. Mr. Jopoph to announce JACK ROSS We are authorized party without regard to men. And I tlcmen, the Bayard of Kentucky, gtil Cabell Jones, C. U., '92, of Pineville, acandidate for Jullerof Madison county, for Salt ltiver-I- 3. J. Terrill. It is futile to attempt to enumerate the one term only, subject to tliu action of the do net hesitate to come from another laut Joo Blackburn, back to the Senate and Miss Myrtlo Gray, and Mr. Wm. M9 ff. IllX STCEH. Salvisa J. G. Fizer. Democratic Jrty. splendid points with which Mr. Stone's Myers, also of Piueville, and Miss Laura State to speak these words to Kentucky of tho United States. College Hill S. V. Peebles. When you Gray, sister of the d RICHMOND. KY. speech bristled. Suffice to say it has Domocrats, because tho election is brido FOK CII1BF OP POLICE. Somerset T. M. Hill. not been equaled here since last his national in political effect and there- State convention nominated Mr, were married at Augusta, Ky., on to announce EVERETT We are authorized East Pulaski J. H. Pence. Blackburn for the Senate we Missouri August Gth, Rev. J. Robert Boatman, IIHRRY for Chief of Poiice for the City of matchless voice was lifted here for fore vitally concerns tho party throughWest Pulaski-- S. M. It. Hurt. Rlehmond. subject to the action of the DemoDemocrats wero willing to forgive every etliciating. College friends of '"Old J cratic party. the people's- cause in 1S0C. Ou State out the Uulon, although otherwise it is other possible convention sin, whether C," as Mr. Jones was familiarly called, Moreland T. V. Jones. We are authorized to announce J. II. wish him a life of unalloyed happiness. entirely local. Everyone knows that of commission or omission, V. Savago, a candidate lor Chief of Police, subject to Wilmore-- E. issues Gov. Stone said: for that the action of the Democratic party. will be elected. either Goebel or Taylor Burgin--B. Cooper. We are authorized to announce J. D. FEENY The situation in Kentucky is the cause There is no other possible alternative. one deed of righteousness. Wo 6tand A Complimentary Benefit to Rev. Mr. Hubert. a candidate for the oflice of Chief of Police of Lancaster L. Robertson. in woeful need of a Kentucky DemoWo understand that the Masonic of great concern to Democrats througl Richmond, Ky , subject to the action of the Goebel is a Democrat and the nominee Stanford -- W. M Britt, Democratic party. political effect of his party convention; Taylor is a crat in the Federal Senate and public Fraternity, of this citv, will shortly out the country. If the Proacliersvillo S. M. Comer. of the approaching election should he Republican and the nominee of his par- sentiment outside Kentucky concurs give, under its own auspices, a compliFOR COUNCILMAN. Burnsldo C. L. Bohou. CHARLES only temporary and could be confined ty convention. One ot these will ho with public sentiment inside the Stato, mentary benefit to Kov. T. S. Hubert, We are authorized to announce for J. W. Hughes, Asbury CoIIcro J COH8. olir leading tailor, a candidatesubto Kentucky, although still anxious for the n?xt Governor of Kentucky, Look that time will movo with leaden step un- tho retiring pastor of the Methodist Councilman in the Court House Prccin.t, Irvine, in tho London District, will ject to the action of the Democratic party. Democratic success, my interest in the ing at tho future, looking to tho politi- til that happy day shall como when church. The popular preacher has We are authorized to announce DK. V. II. have Rev. W. L. Shelby; Campton, is cal effect of this election on the country, Blackburn's voico shall ring again in been asked to deliver one of his HOUSON a candidate for Councilman from Dickey: Clay City, Rev. C. result would not be so intense as it th Court House precinct, subject to the action Rev. J. J. But, knowing, as I do, that the election looking to 1900, how can any loyal the Senate chamber in bold defiance of lectures in the beautiful temple hall, Y. Clay; Jackson, Rev. II. R. Mills. of the Democratic party. of a Republican Governor in this State Democrat hesitate as to his duty? wrong and in eloquent advocacy of the which will be tendered for the occasion, It We are authorized to announce C. A. Tho cohference will meet next year a candidate for Councilman in the Court and tho Masons and their families and would have a terribly depressing effect Why, gentlemen, 'if there be any among right. Houite Procinct, subject to the action of the In Nicholasville. the friends of Mr. Hubert will patronize Democratic party. upon our party, indeed, would be you who have personal antipathy or obWe are authorized to announce C. T. WELLS the event as nnd beautiful staggering blow to the Democracy of jection to Mr. Goebel, then put Goebel EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY fur Councilman from the City Hall precinct. voluntary testimonial to the beloved tho whole nation, aud at the same time and Taylor aside and look at Bryan and subject to the action oi tne Democratic party. Mr. Armer, the jeweler, is back from minister whose removal from this city Tho man is who has a good. Bound, re would inspire Republicans everywhere McKinloyjis they rise to view a little name carriage under hlni. lie can the cities. Call For Cit) Democrat): Primary Election. oy uoniercnce has awakened but one rest secure in tho thought that whpn with new hope and greater courage, way beyond. That is the picture I seo; i) Mr. and Mrs. Travis Deatherage.have feeling, that of intense regret. he has one of our well made, reliable cannot but feel, in common with Demo that is the contest to which I am look- returned to Illinois. At a meeting of the Democratic Committee pluetons, carriaces, runabouts, whalecrats throughout the Union, the pro ing. I am not here to discuss your local Mr. Royal Embree, of Virginia, is oi uiciimoiii, jiy., neiu on tueai aay oi eep bone speeders, or road carls, that como Bible Society Meeting. Lexington, Ky. tetnber, 1BW, on motion the followine resolu fotuidest solicitude as to the outcome. squabbles. I know but little about the guest of Miss Margaret Clienault. may on the never thins wrc adonted: The last oi the Union Services was what give way. road, his wagon of Demo- them, although I will say that the a Democratic Primary I have mingled so much with Miss Lena Parker, who has been 1st. It is ordered that will We havo one the Rleetion be held at the various rotinenreclncM covertcd into a mass meeting for tho finest stocks of road wagons, rocka- crats in other States, have heard so ostensible cause of quarrel between you, sick for the past week, is improving. Ky., on the 12th day of October, ,, V ,1 . l. . . 1 1889, to select Candidates for the November many thousand expressions of anxiety as they reach us iu other States, if not Mr. Pat Grady is back from a long benefit of the local branch of the wnjo iiuu iuuuf ruruii uiiBtciHfl in diction, imu. for Conncilmcn and Chief of JOHN II0NELS0N, Prop'r., sojourn in tho West, much improved American Bible Society. Revs. Lloyd, Police, and the polls shall be open from 7 as to the result from both Domocrats trivial, ara at least not of great impor- in health. Kentucky Carriage Works o'clock, a m. to 4 o'clock, p. in., in Richmond, Smith, Young, and Carpenter officiated. and Republicans, and have read in the tance. Ky , on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Miller and Miss All mado short addresses. of That nuroose. press so many predictions as to the out AH of "us noted with regret the Elizabeth are back from a delightful 2d. That for the purpose of defraying the Mr. Carpenter, Rector of the Episcopal expenses of conducting said primary election, come and so many prophecies as to its acrimony which characterized the visit to Estill. Sals of the candidatos who propose to submit their effect, that I am snro I do not overesti Louisville convention. I knew Gen, Rev. T. S. Hubert and family will Church, was especially well received, names, shall, on or before the 12th day of Octo probably moyo to'Lawronceburg about though he spoke extemporaneously. ber. 1893. uar to the Chairman of this commit' mate the national significance of the Hardin and Capt. Stone personally, and twe the fjllowiiisr sums. Kach candidate for Twenty dollars was subscribed and tho Councilman $2 00. and Chief of Police event. I tell you, gentlemep, tho De knew Mr. Goebel by reputation. I October 1st. 3d That said Dritnarr election shall be con Mr. John R. Gibson is at home from following oificcis chosen? N. B. mocrncy of Kentucky Is on trial before bad watched with at least a passing in New York, ducted by officers to be hereafter selected by Atlantic City, Philadelphia Deatherage, President; all the pastors The undersigned. Elzlo C. Million and E. P. this committee. the Democracy of the nation. Those of terest the contest between them prior aud Hoboken. Jlilllon, as executors of O. B. Million, de 4th That the chairman and secretary of of tho city S. EScott, ceased, win, on . this committee are hereby appointed a comus who live in other States believe to tho convention, and knowing some Miss Curralcan Ballard, returned mittee to provide the ballots and make all Kentucky is a Democratic State, but if thing of the fighting quality of home last week from a pleasant trip Secretary aud Treasurer; R- - R. Bur- .Wednesday, September 20, '99, arrauirements for holdinc said election. nam, D. Clark, R. C. Covington, Mi. It is ordered 'hat all lrcally qualified Lexington. the result of this election shall prove it at 10 o'clock a.m., at said deced-ant- 's voters who consider themselves Democrats, I was not much surprised at to Miss Salho White, this city, returned JamesJ.Bennett, B. W.H. Turner, and Beginningresidence tn MidUon countv. Kv.. on late and who will sunnort the nominees of this to bo a Republican State, or a doubtful tue tropical tcmperaturo which pre the Richmond and Lexington turnpike, near primary election, and nil young men now under home Monday after a pleasant visit at D. R Teyis. Executive Committee. State, tho effect of that verdict cannot vailed at the convention. I was sure White Station. Poxtown, otter tor sale to the highest and best age oi twenty-on- e years, wno win attain tneir r oldder, the personal property consisting oi majority on or before the dav of the next gen- be computed. before tho convention met that who I Miss Mary O'NIoll, of Georgetown, Its Object Every True Citizen Can Approve. .corses, muics, came, jjcks, jennets, sneep, , .oe, Uw iiu irf.i rmuuii, in iiuiiuuvi ,, , ,r .. nogs, grain, larming siessiis, nousenoia goods, r clare thoir purpose and intention to affiliate Come if you a message from Missouri. ever won would go away fully con ifla . I. guusi. uif nu. nunI niro. o. v. Aiur- Tho Madison Gun Club desires to etc iiiu in take a peep at our I bring with tho Democratic party, shall be entitled to foregoing property TERMS. vnte In said nrlmirv election. correct an erroneous impression which sold for cashThe all snins of tw and less.will be mauy beautiful ideas in Not long ago Richard Bland, a son of vinced that he had had a fight. But I shon, this week. tor Gth. That the chairman of this committee Kentucky, who became ono of the wan also sure, from my knowledge of Rev. Ashby Jones, of Richmond, Va., has obtained circulation concerning its over $10 the purchaser will be required toSums give give public notice of this election by posting a this order at each of three voting places In witngooa security, pay a Die January I, great men o Missouri and the Union the men, that tho Interests and welfare was welcomed on our streets last by objects aud purposes. The sole object note without interest. The ccrn will be sold 1900. nirhmond, Ky., and shall publish a copy of many old friends. at the heap. We also hare several blue grass this order In every issue of the Richmond died. A special election to choose his of tho old Commonwealth would be Mrs. Evan S. McCord and children, of this organization is to promote privately. Climax and Kentuckv Register from date of successor was held on the 29th of faithfully guarded by the victor, who of Washington State, are here, guests friendly shooting contests between its laxms lor sale E. MILLION, adoption to time of said prtmiry election. E. P. MILLION, DUDLEY TRIBBLE, Chairman August last. Every scheme which po ever he might bo. It is time now, I of Mr. Wm. Bennett. members, to stock Madison county with aagXMw Executors R. A. BAXTER, Secretary. Mrs H. C. Wheeler has returned game of all kinds, and to see to it that litical cunning could invent, mendacity think, to let tho tide of passion ebb from a pleasant visit to friends and rela- the Statutes made and provided for tho exploit or corruption promote was at and the hot blood cool. It is time now Ho. Jambs B. McCrearv speaks at tempted to carry the district foi the to turn our faces to tho future and ask tives in Woodsdalc, Ohio. protection of said 'game, be duly and Fluiuinguburg next Monday. ' Mrs. J. M. Bauldwin and little Republican candidate. It was the first what our duty is to party and to coun daughter, Fraukio, aro visiting friends cneciiveiy cniorceo. it sects to con Mr. It J. lliiECKiKitiooE spoke at the battle of the year, and Republicans try. I know but little of the trol no lands; desires to trespass on no and relatives In Chicago. coiiolusiun of Mr. Stone's speech, be everywhere believed with reason that Goebel election law, about which so Miss Sadie lUughman returned home property; will neither ititerfero with ing introduced by Gov. McCreary if they could by hook or crook capture much is being said in Republican news Monday after a delightful visit to her nor question the right or privilege of Our distinguished neighbor must have the district so long represented by Mr, papers. .This much at least is true, as sister, Mrs. J. D. Eeeny. of Paris. any .man .anywhere at any time to shoot, Miss Mary W. Bennett Is at homo kill or capture any game so long been dolighted with his reception and Bland in the Democratic State of Mis I understand it, that it was passed over as that year's sojourn in Washington the hearty cheers which his effort elic souri, it would bo taken a an Gov. Bradley's veto by a Democratic from awith' her cousin, Mrs. Evan S. man keeps within tho limit of .the law. Slate Wood ited. He epuke thirty minutes and Tho Democratic party, McCoro. of easy victory in Kentucky aud Ohio, Legislature Wo believe that the climate, agrlcul. completely captured- the crowd. We and in the national contest of the suc therefore, is responsible for it. If it is Mrs. Hugh Colyer left last week to tural conditions, and natural covering nrdsortv to abbreviate onr notice of ceeding year. It was a battle royal wo a bad, law let it be repealed. If it is a visit her mother, Mrs. Elihu Dilling- and protection afforded game in Madi M j speech, but it will do great good had, with the oyes of tho utftiou watch- bad Jaw, is it not better to let a Demo ham, who is serioulyill at Plat City, son county are such as to make the in this county and we aro grateful to ing us. The Democrats of- - the district cratic Legislature repeal it than to give Missouri. county one of the finest hunting grounds Miss Jennie Batte has her ' eomiHg. him for were put to a supreme test, and, thrust- a Republican Administration a chance home at Claysvilie after returned tovisit in tho world, if tho game within it a pleasant ing aside everything like local rancor to enforce it? I have heard, also, that to Misses Katherine aud Bottie French- - borders, can be protected until the date Wk wero repaid Jor waiting for tho and personal resentment, and moved some good people object to Goebel Mr. J. Gordon Dudley, tho electric- upon which tho killing of same is au Edition of the Stanford In ANOTHER LOT Illu wholly by high considerations of natho Courier-Journsupports him ian, loft Monday for Flemingshurg, thorized by law. In no spirit of antag. a turior Journal, as tt Is where ho will superintend the erection onism or enmity to any man or to anv of tional moment, they rallied to the par- In truth the sins of the Couricr-Jour-12 panes, 75 columns, of illus interest; with tho single idea of enforc ty and standard and won a victory as nal in recent years have been grievous; ot ;i telcphouo plant. trated matter. All the cuts are half Misses Carlisle and Eleanor ClienCS0CKERY memorable as it was important a vie but t is also true that prior to 1S9G the ault, of this city, and Miss Lillian Watts, ing tho law, thereby measurably in tones, the papor tho creasing me uupuriuuiiy oi pleasuratory which filled tho Democratic heart Coajier-Journand Its brilliant editor of Chilesburg, leave this week for Vir-- t ble hunting aim sport for all the people, write-up- s spicy and interesting, and it with the light of hope, and at the same had!, a long and lionorable record of ginia to enter school. we invito aud ask the earnest and con has arrived and lh itizo housekeeper should ho preserved by its readers, Mrs. Theodore Wilson, after a pleas- sistent support and oncouragement of will not time cast a long shadow over tho Re- splendid service done for the Democratic particularly in Lincoln, and by tho6e miss the opportunity to buy of the what publican pathway. Suppose we had part; Gentlemen, the Democratic ant visit to Mrs. R. L. Gentry returned all the peoplo to be a county in under- when every article hsM tho durability who never saw the ptetty town of Stan laudable accom- wo conceive to. hor homo in E3till fost that district, what think you would party is not, and can not afford to be. panied by Mrs. Gentry. taking: of two of tho ordinary kind. ford, which owes more to tho. Interior This Club has uo axQ to grind, ncd bo have been the efTect? Ah. .gentlemen, narrow andIntolerant. Forouo I wish This is QueeiwwaMt worthy of the Dr. Landman, tho oculist; of Cincin Journal than to any other Rgency on wo can hardlv exaggerate the effect of to say that whenever jiny man orpaper nati, will ho at the Zimmor Hotel, seltlsh interest to suhserve. Very-- few me It is luRri quality clean througl earth in its growth and position- among Of its members aro biad hunters M all, these important preliminary contests on desltos to support Dewozratic princi- Richmond, Ky., on Friday, J5th iust., and they wilt not violate thee Mtkee' extend a ! Don .the towns of this section. that octio tho morale of opposing forces when they ples1 or candidates T will extend a instead of Wednesday, his regular day. of the law which makes it an onBe, como? i. Prof.. Morris Jtng oi Danvilkf vw punishable by line, to hunt upa aro lining up for a. stupendous final hearjy welcome. If those who left us Hos. W. H. Smith spoke in joint y atjito 93e per doe. smile here lust hrori Owingsvilla ou Monday with struggle. Missouri, the daughter of in ISlio desire now to return In good as LunaV week. Hisfin! and wasasbrlfrfat lands without express ponniston. We. G4m Fntit Seinaj face when broadway, simply desiro to soe Madison etMHtty ahsM TtHHhJemtftiHM! 90, 80c nwi $1 Hon.- Ed, O'ltear, Republican, Hon. main and Kentucky, has set a example to the falth-it- the old party of their first love, as itKftW lrap on the statue ofLSbcy. tN) rich hunting ground 1! k 0!h: wm. II. IS, Kinsolving, a Brown man from Lbxiwjtok, Ky. jaeilier Stale. TIiom of ne who lwirnd the door should he found open, and Hkfl (ha me nnd which n&ture evidently i of ahio hok, hut Mr. Jlontgoyiury, ptd duty! thuyiMKNthi W co?d without ny U to be alwayv. our leMons of polhkaal utt ir The Richmond Climax. . Smith declined to discuss tno issues with tho latter catching the big crowd) with tho statement "II I shoot, and kill O'Renr it will also kill Kinsolving, GOV. W.J. STONE SfcaU a eW56 To Hie Richmond Ste if the quntity of the m the Cheapest' I. ,.. !, . hy others is not pleani Our Work TUust Ths Climax Printing Missouri's Favorite Son, Visits His Old And Makes A Great Speech. d interest in Ids .'nt,,.. trios to excel, (id,,,., ers know, and i i.s mhjii learn, that i lsfclijditwl. Every article iscarffnlK anil beautifully fiiiis-h- . ,. , j Every employ. prove satNf.,,., i., RICHMOND STEAM LAlNDi, semi-weekl- in t ITHEC01E Of The New Our Fall I if er I Ms its Bigger before. Doming in JTnd I al FOR RENT better than ewr All our famous si- ciames, besides exclusive General Merchandise. .l,riltnri.(hiriiT Black G -- y; esu, nanusomesu ana most varied assortment it , Black Goods ever brought to this market. have just opened another line of Blistered Ot 1 Vy - In this department is to be found the lai"-- - ?Jr -- has-bee- LOCAL. w to-da- REL,IGIOUS. 1 Paper pons, beautiful designs, in both Silk andMohnii . A full 15nr nF Trunin's C!hfvirint,c tho. lmfu rMi..,. - - w v. w . . ' W.Jj u . ,' . v. iots made. Broadcloths, Venetian PrunHIa Cloths, Wool Poplins and Serges. We take pleasure in showing these goods whether yu wish to purchase or not. We quote a few prices: 3 V 1 6- 40c 60c 75e All-wo- ol All-wool Henrietta Henrietta All-wo- ol Sponged .Cheviot . ...worth 7.V .Soc quality si-s- ..worth ."(( Aw 4fe New lines of Felt and Stitched Cloth Walking Hats, handsomely trimmed. These ait $1.25 $4.50 it A new line of stylish Felt Walking Hatsand Kohji. Rider elfectfi. in pearl, gray with white scurf ami quill, wortli and 53 An ultra stvlish Cloth Hat, Rough Ki.iir effect and walking lint- - Bo sure and inspect thcsi-as they are very exclusive. . the very newest things for traveling and earl' fall wear. jl iSEE 0DR 5o. COTTON TOWELS, OUT OF TOWN BARGAINS. THEY ARK ex-Go- ORDERS. II you nre in need of Millinery or anything- iu Dry (joorfs. 2Nr Carpets, Shoes or notions, write to us for Kimnles or "informa- . i n. nun, ...i.I-.win uo a .1..- wiiiui ...ill i. nieuriuuy given, as wo navo corrtM.ihi- l - -- MARRIEDfirst-name- We have received onr complete stock ot Moil's and Children's Suits nnd Overcoats, which we will he plonsed to show nir customers. lJoy's School Suits selectod with special for strength and durability. Thousands coming in ranges of quality suitable for ail classos. fctvlo nnd neat tin Jtre n part of every ono of them. SHOES Onr stock of Shoos U largor than over. vite an inspection. We In- & CLOTHING.' 4 Jiesjyectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, ft - 4zt AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. ALL-MA- N D. 3 TAY-LO- Tiie Southern Mutual lavestment PERONALS k CiF.faer&.Co FALL ARE OF IJ3XIINGTOrN, KY. $160,000 PAID IjY LIVING- BENEFITS tyft fej S 65,000 MESEB VE AjYD S UBFL US. The 1 avicn-mood- . mm Imm ol lib Insurance. fi- - 1 GOODS 5 HERE ! Pn Wo pay the same profits to tho living that Insurance Com- panics pay to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars npplv to IV D-- d S7VYITH SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Bichmond, Ky. BOWMKN, KY. Ken-tuckian- s, fisirTPIrWiriiimrff fpt'T'tl . a m ill ! fHJEgj Curtains, I fall Paper, i j Mantels, - China, Sua The Lock Up: Locks and Keys OUT hi. raj beauty,-containin- Glass and 1 m al Contains many nionconvicted of R ii burdarv. who couldfTevor havo IC rtJ entered, any honse.hut their own Hj, had the doors been fastened with jK " hard-to-brea- k -- Batiu-fiuishe- d, Queensware. al y, - CiFiBrower&Co mm mm m m Sff u and THS and the windows niaitoKPfiirrtTritticrfwlafrnm StOnk. Just iumn In nil InnV nror mif those goods. Some timo you may want such tllirwtt allfl it'a well tn trnno wlmm !. hret quality ia obtainable at the lowest nrices. 91KMH fiftlTV MfT I utm rjL t tt fr (Sfflil See i3 get prices on roofing and guttering. W. D. Buckley, Tinner. TAYLOR BROS. Ir-- "-" ; Lhm, 1 1 THIS IS THE TIME PEOPLE begin to think of buying shoes Shoes for lliem- .1 I crilvnc clirtrko we oi,v.o, owwco Jiui liiu uuiiuruii. ITT- - are preparedt t to fill your wants in this Jine, we are showing the Newest and Latest designs in Foot-weaIt It is the cream of the trade at small prices. Shoes for everybody. All styles that are stylish. J Our immense business proves that we please I patrons and we can please you. Come once and t T you will come again. f 4. 11 r. 3 A WOMAN'S FOOTING is firmly established if bA wears tho .rpmr an . They possess all the comfort of an old pair of slippers but are made on the we? iiavo just re- iiuHBiimmo. teived our first fall shipment for this season of tho above named goods and lavo them in all widths and in the latest lasts. Prices $2.00 to $4X0. This line is well known to the wearors of fine shoes. Ulnar, ctvlluli lneru .nwl , . ... I t. i ' 'l7" .gw ... .1..:...: HOLKntOOF SHOES for hoys or girls school wear. You know the youngsters delight in kick-in- g their Shoes to pieces. Well, we are prepared for them with our Little Giant School Shoes. Mothers say they never saw such It is plain as a pikestalf that yon cannot do better than get n pair for Johnnie. Of course, we've Shoes for every body, hut that's another story. long- wearing Shoes. - . ."T jrT" W u 1 rn la m m m k or W W NEW I FALL 0 9 STYLES I The Hustler says that Mr. C. E. Smith, of this ci'ty", ws there tho post week, and closed a,de.'al with Perry WEDNESDAY. SfePTT. 13. - - 1S90. prop-erlcounty people for 50,000 wfiite oak and 10,000 poplar trees, all in erryr qounty. -- C. U. opens Another deal is penaing.(ifjc:ween him No more rinfon servfe'es tlifs season, A reward of $10 is offered for informa- and Perry county parties. for 100,000 trees irr. S. Id". Tddor has been admitted tion leading to tho arrest and convic- ,to in the same county. lie returned Richmond Supdny, bnt it i3 very to the Bar. tion of tho party or parties. whot hp,vo Ukely that the last named deal will be been shooting tho partr:dgcs an the Madison Institute had a good open effected. four niilo road, near thV far ground. ing yesterday. Jai-ksoy. The Richmond Climax. Tax Compromised. A Deil tor 100,000 Trees. The Water & Light Co. havo compromised their back tax suit with tho city paying $1,440.10. The contention was due, it is said, to a failure to v list for taiation. Reward. f Cash Store's Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimere Knee All-wo- ol AA ntg 11 DUD j is wild with excitement tit the for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. RICHMOND Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children, 19c. per pair. Boy's $2 00 and aug30-l- Lost-'6n hit Tuesday on the Speedwell -- D. an! pik'o near Collier, n black dress coat. elegant assortment oi golden Ve'dding! A liberal reword will bo paid for return presents. of samo to the under signed. -- Milton Dudfey, Devore's colored Geo. W. Park, driver, cut Dnerson, in a scrap sptl3 3t Speedwell, Ky. last Thursday night. for te See local ad of Devoro & Buckley Ma'disoVgun Cmjb. Mr. Cobb's Candidacy. millinery. P. Anner has on exhibition Jesse Cobb, a well known school teacher, farmer and Democrat, is a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. He i a wideawake, patriotic, able citizen, Mr. Knee. Pants, double knee and Children's Strictly double seat, all colors, worth 75c. per pair aro yours in this sale for 30c. Boy's $1.25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Reefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 14, the price iu this clearance sale only 89c. THESS $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go at S1.49; Our $350. $4.50 and $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at il'.C'J, all stvles, "Cream of the Stock." Big Boy's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth $3.00 and $4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at $1.9S. New Agent. Bennett paid aero lor the J no. Powers acres, near Silver Creek. James J2G.7.5 per Mr. farm of 433 of F.J. Williams, traveling solicitor the Louisville Times, was here yes- popular everywhere, and will make a strong race. He is sober, upright, and industrious, and has done yeoman service for the party at whose hands he now asks preferment. Remember Jesse Cobb. Big Boy's $7. $8, $9 and $10 Long Pant Suits, choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished" worsteds, etc. Take your pick and fit in this salo nt J4.9S. ARD CHANCES - m Wll as These in 1 Shoes. MSI! n ,;?:55' .jetsam" Samuel A. Conn, of Winchester, has filed a petition In bankruptcy. Liabilities $18,000. No assets. Geo. I). "White sold to J. S. Collins, to bo delivered Octobor 20, 71 head of 12C0 lb grass-fe- d cattle, at 4J cents. --Mr. Brntus J. Clay will rent pub licly, Sept. 23, the larm known as the Chenault place. See ad elsowhere. A beautiful Checkering piano, made of mahogany, can be purchased from G. W. Evans. Jr. for JU0. Jliel4-t- f t fc 2. MO W v vy ON SALE! Covington Does Food Distress ". 9 2 An icecrealli supper public library. Will be given & Mitchell. at Miller school house, one mile this side of Vallev View, Friday night. Benefit -- Dr after eating? If so. take a Disgesto i.iiilft and be relieved. 15c a box at ill JrtiggtstB. ii '1 In- in- OV'J.'er my: makes the money t i. sometimes discovers ko. that .i "White's Crcm Vermifuge is perfectly harmless, and will rcinoVo every worm It is nleo a tonic, and by its streiiBthening properties will restore to pale cheeks thu rosy hue of health. Price 25cts. septG lru Dr. Hobs on, DentisU Landman the oculist, pf Cin cinnati) will be at the Zimmer Hotel, Richmond, Ky., on Friday, 15th, In stead of Wednesday, his regular day. -- Three old books belonging to the lato J no. W. Crooko are liliBsing They have his name or names of somo member of his family written in them. A liberal reward for their recovery if returned to this office. On September 17, we will dedicate our cnurcn at Jbrienushtp, on Silver Creek. Rev J. I. Wills preaching the ermon, services morning and eveuing with dinner .on the ground. .AH are in L. L. Kyle, vited. Pastor. . I'bltirig. Corn George D. White is probably the first to commenco cutting corn. He has 100 acres of a fine crop. Central University Opens to-daTo-da- y C. tT. opens and already .the campus is alive with new boys, more having arrived on Monday night than ever before. terday and transferred tho agency of Mr. Con Taylor For Council. that popular paper to Mr. It. Lee Davis, Mr. 0. A. Taylor, the hardware man, who will push it iu connection with his will make the race for the Council.frotn other business. the Court House precinct, subject to New Wall Paper House in Richmond. the action of the Democratic party, lid The drug firm of Perry & Thomas is a man of stroug convictions with tho has installed a perfectly beautiful Hup courage thereofj Is a loyal citizen Inter ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. ested irt Uie UbVeldjilrient of tho city. Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang hiitl Hilt said progress mdst be" along lines of decorate rooms to stlib all tastes ant! ecdnrjhiy and justice. Ho is cine of the pcUpie aiid will protect their irtercsts nurses. No trouble to show fcdods. aug2tf Remember him. This is The College la Atlcrid. "Write immediately tb W. R. Smith, Just before retiring. If ybiir liver Is Lexington, fey., for circiilare Of the fasluggish, out of tone and you feci dull, mous Commercial Collegb of Kentucky bilious, constipdted, take a dose, ot University. Graduates in demand and secure good positions. Cost moderate Address only W. It. Smith, Lexington, And you'll be all right In the morning. Kentucky. The car conductor's motto is: "Let Where To Send Your Children. us put oil till the mnn who Madison Institute will begin its cannot pay forty-thir- d session Tuesday, September Bal Blood. Curo FreSi 12th. The outlook Is for a large attendEating Sores, Tumors, Uicers.Can-ce- r ance. Your patronage is cordially Nose, Eye, Lip, Earj Neck, of solicited. Parents are invited to call Breast,the Stomach, Legs, or Aritis. are at the Instituto and confer with the all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Principal, Miss Lloyd, concerning Balm), which is made especially to Perterms courses of study, or any matters cure all terrihld Blood Diseases. filem-isluf" sistent Sores. Blood nhd Skin of detail that may interest them. Sciofula, that resist other treatsept0-2- t ments, arerjuicklv cured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, To Slick Tye N5 More. IMmpleS, Red, Itching Erteina, Scales, Mr. Henry P. Iieid, who has off and Blisters; Red or Brown Patches, Blotches, on for five years been ii compositor on Catarrh. Rheumatism, etc., are all due to bad blood, and hence easily cUred the Climax, has laid by a fortune and by 15. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Toison put up his stick nhd rule to enter the life literally driven from the system by B. insurance business at Mt. Sterling. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to Henry is a model printer and gentle- Qve mouths. B. B. B. docs not contain poison. Oho bot man, with intelligence and education, vegetable or Itmineral case. For sale b tie will test in ahy obliging to all, attractive to the girls, druegists everywhere. Largo bottles and a winner any way you take him. SI, six for $5. Send for a free sample If he is not shortly President of a life bottle, which will ho sent by return mail. When you describe sympInsurance company we shall bo sur- toms, and personal write, medical advice free prised. Anyhow he has a place always will bo given. Address Blood Balm Co , 438 Mitchell street, Atlanta, Go. open on the Climax. Men's Good Cawl mero Suits well innde, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5, $G and $7 will be closed in this clearance sale at $2 98. All-woo- Such Rare Bargains laities l Men's Fine Suits, choice styles and qualities In single nnd double breasted, sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds pcotches and clays, every suit in the lot worth and sold everywhere from 58 to 512, take your choire and pick m this sale at Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.25 po in this salo at 75c per pair; lien's Sunday Shoes In lace and conprre s worth $1.50 will be dished out to you at 8Uc per pair; Men's $1.75 ami 2 shoes will be J1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vici and real Russia leather $3 and $1 shoes, they go in this sale at f l.3. J Snch All-wo- Sacrifices as These iu Dry Goods. $1.93. ing reserved. wide Serjres, Hcnirettas, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black all double width goods worth 35c and 50c per yard, will be slaughtered in this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers lo a "T." You can make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashionable tailor-mad- e Earmeuts worth from $14 to $1(, thev go in this sale at $8.43. Organdies that were 25c and 35c per yard are now 12Kc in this sale; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in this sale. One lot ot Slippers for ladles In sizes 2i, 3. 1, and someS's that were formerly sold at $1,25, $1.50 and $2 will be closed in this sale at 50c 1 per pair. H r, fl Hood's PHh to-da- Fine Jacqnads. Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods, Former price nhd fcic per yard will bo slaughtered in this sale at 4Cc por yard. Nothing leserved. Ready-madReady-made 75- -' e White Underwear, Ladies' Dress Skirts, Special Clearance Sale saving on Ladies' and Lace Cnitains. Thtse goods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and stand out to you as the greatest bargains we aro offering in this sale, ask to see them. Car-ne- ts pfiaee cleaning onln tnr no . Not an article in the entire big store left untouched, this sale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping ami a great AV iviiikI: Imvn ronm for our fall stork nnd thn nnlv wax n saa to STAt it i.4 to rrivil , i ii . . .i . ' l . .. r ., n ay an il tnrow oui several tnousanu uonars worm oi uio uusi oous wo uatu iu our customers and let them profit by our loss . Hon 1 1 an to aiieuu tins Baie. 1 . 1 A. Great Big Lot of Men's "Too Linen" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Panta Crillilet. will be closed at 39c per pair. the best" New York Mills CAIl Bring along your CASH when yon come for these bargains and save time and a refusal of credit, for this is a CLEAItANCE SALE to itake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Very Respectfully, ' w. 19 OLDHAM cm COMPANY. 1,1 RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN 1 f 'a Send For One, Public Sale of Real Estate in Richmond. Tho Democratic Campaign Hand book of 350 pages may bo had postage prepaid by sending CO cents to Hon. Percy Italy, Frankfort, Kentucky. Basket Supper. r un r n n All of our Stock of-- 4 There will be a basket supper given atthoTates Creek school housis near Million, on Saturday night, Sept. 36. Proceeds for the benefit of a school library. Every one invited. Catllo Sales. T. B. Hackett sold to J. W. Hambrick, of North Middletown, 31 head of cattl averaging 1250 pounds at $4 05. Same party bought of I. N. Scudder2i) head at $4.50, averaging 1125 pounds. Lost Book. Read This. On Friday, September 22, at 2 o'clock, p. m., on tho premises, corner of High and Oak Streets, I will offer my residence for sale to tho highest bidder. This is n large and commodious place, fronting 90 feet on Oak: and 264 feet on High Street. The house is comparatively new painted recently and new roof. The stable and carriage house are very convenient, opening on the street. At the same I will sell one oi two fine building lots, lying parallel with the lot on which tiie house "WMT. CROWE. stands. soptl3-2- Mr. Coy For County JudgO. CLOTHING, SHOES, II ATS and FURNISHINGS will be sold at I Three old books once the property of Jno. W. Crooke, an early surveyor of this county. They can be Identified by having the name of John Crooke or 6omo member of hia family written in them. A liberal reward will be civen for the return of any of these to the Climax office. Runaway Horse. Miss Jesse Long and bei little a brother were on their way home from church Sunday night at Kirksville, ) &SIam. Mail And continued until all is sold. How is the opportunity to supply your- - Jli i STU E h G ? flatter, 9 Ue Fsrnisher. Tiie Clot'uier, The Shoer, The when the horse became frightened, run- nine into several other l)uggies, turnThe Falrview Seminary. "Duly Feed Man And Steed." ing them over and bruising thu occu At Gaithersburg, Mnryland, eigh pants considerably but not serioosly in Feed your nerves, also, if you would teen miles from "Washington City, is have them strong. The blood is thu juring any one. conducted by Dr. Chas. H. Waters. A feeder and 6ustainer of tho whole Moved to Richmond. full corps of cultured lady teachers nervous system. Men and women who are nervous are so because their nerves Mr. Wm. K. Denny, wife and daugh give a full English course of study, are starved. When they make their ter, Miss Willie May Denny, have with Latin, French and German: mu blood rich and pure with Hood's fc'ar- moved from- Manse, Garrard county, sic and voice culture under the New saparilla their nervousnrs'3 disappears to the residence of Dr. L. G. BnrboUr, Enaland conservatory system; drawing Decause mo nerves are properly leu. never disappoints. on the campus. Mr. Denny Is a prom- and painting in water colors and oil; tioou's sarsaparnia inent churchman and citizen and will elocution and physical culture. The Hood's Pills cure constipation. Price be again welcomed to lUchmond. His school will open September 19, 1899. 25 cents. wife and daughter are receiving wel- Some young ladies from near Rich Some people were evidently born mond are going Sunday, September 17. tired and somb for the purpose of mak comes from their many friends By calling upon Mr. James Miller or ing others tired. For Councilman. Mrs: David Chenault farther informa Mr. C, T. Weils is entered for the tion may ho obtained. Cost of board In some of the Swiss valleys the in race for councilman in the Court House and tuition for full course of ten habitants are all afflicted with goitre or "thick neck." Instead of regarding precinct, subjecc to the action of the mouths, $200. C. H. Waters, thi as a deformity they seem to thinK sepG-3- t one of Principal. Democratic party. Mr. Wells-iit a natural feature of physical develop ment, ana tourists passing tnrougu tiie our best known citizens, a progressive, Picl. Grcseclose's Narrow Escape. va'.leya are sometimes ieeied by the wide-awagentleman, a large taxProf Groseclose, of Central Universi goitrous inhabitants, because they'1 are payer, identified with the best, inter lius without tins oiienuve swelling. ests of Richmond. If elected he says ty, nearly lost his life nt Jackson last a form of disease may become so com mon that it is regarded as a natural will faithfully endeavor to serve tho week, bo saye tho Hustler: he "He was superintending the hauling and necessary condition of life. It is whole public. Remember him. of baggage belonging to studeuts of o. to a large entent, with what aro called diseases of women. Every worn riandsomc Line. the Institute, and tho wagon body, in an Buffers more or less fromirregulalty, Mrs. LUIie Buckley in companv which he was seated, as the teamster ulceration, debilitating drains, or fe with Miss Hanna Buckley, returned was making a sharp turn, upset and male weakness, nnd this suffering is so and last week from Louisvillo, whore she was pitched on the horses backs, throw commonaccept so universal that many women purchased one qf the Ijaudsomest lines ing the young professor between tho and necessary it as a condition natural to thoir sex. But it is n of millitiory that was over seen' in this horses, on the wagon tongue. The condition as nnnatural as It Is si not es city. Miss Lanham, of Louisville, who horses kicked furiously. Professor sary. Tho use of Dr. PJeree.'s Favorite rave the nublic the 'createst satisfaction caugnc noiu oi me tongue aau puiieu Prescrlptiou strengthens the delicate i i womanly organs and regulates the as a trimmer, has been employed for himselt towards the horses' heads and womanly functions, that woman ts this season, and Invites her friends to got out uninjured but a verv frightened practically delivered from th pain and make her a call. Our millinery is first-cla- man. Iljsescapo from instftat cteftth, nlisery which eat up ten vcursofJior ' ., ' t life between the aees at f5ffren end . and cheap as cam be fouijd any- - as wm aiw mat oi .t . forty-flvj- u Prescription" "Eavorit veiy narrow Tho ateidvet vtmtfd makes weak Woawn atrv: and sick whergr womm. ili s ss I Sixteen out of twenty county committeemen assembled at the Court House yesterday to select a Democratic candidato for County Judge in opposition to E. C. Million, nominee of the Republicans. After the withdrawal of Judge Turpin, the sixteen gentlemen were unanimous for Mr. Napoleon B. Coy, of Kirksville. This selection is considered the best possible for tho success of Democracy, and the safety and dignity of the county. Tho remarks heard yesterday were as a unit in endorsement of Mr. Coy's can The productive area of the Klondike didacy, and it is settled he will win by gold field covers from 1,000 to 1,300 400. equaro miles. Sar-saparil- Yon may bridle the appetlte.but you cnu not bribe the liver to do Its work july26-ly-r well. You must be honest with it, Tho people who can't see a joke are help it along a little now nnd then not half so exasperating as those who with a do6o of lierbine, tho best liver regulator. Prlco 50 cents. Prry & do see it but don't think much of it. sept0-lThomas Ilrnry Koeliler & Company, It's a bad thing for an employe when want several car-loaof Choice Wal- he begins to think the boss couldn't get nut Logs. Will pay highest cash price. along without him. They also buy Poplar and Hardwood A Word to Mollirrs. Lumber In mixed cars. Write them at Louisville, Ky. apro-GMothers of children aflected with Tho greater portion of the entire croup or a severe cold need not hesicountry is just now short on rain and tate to administer Chamberlain's Co Ugh Remedy. It contains no opiate nor long on heat. narcotic in any form and may be given as confidently to the babe as to an KASK AM) DISEASE adult. The great success that has at c tended its use in tho treatment of colds A Short lessen on the Meaning ofa and croup has won for It the approval Familiar Word. and praise It has received throughout Disease is the opposite of ease. Web the United States and in many foreign ster deflueH disease as "lock of ease, un- lands. For sale by Perry A-- Thomas. sepU-- l in easiness, troublo, vexation, disquiet." It is a condition due to some derangeTho genius who invented tho hugment of the physical organism. A vast ging bug was doubtless inspired by a majority of the '"dis-ease-" from which people suffer is due to impure blood desire to give the old maids a chance. Disease of this kind is enred by Hood's The most delicate constitution Sargnpanlla which purifies, enriches safely use Coiissen's Honey of Tar. can It and vitalizes the bloou. Hood's Is a suro remedy for cures scrofula, salt rheum, couyliH, loss and pleasnnt all throat and of voice, and pimples nnd all eruptions. It tones 50 the stomach and creates a good appe- lung troubles. Price 25 andeeptO-l- rents. & tite, and it gives vigor and vitality to Perry Thomas. tiie wliolo Ijouy. J.t reverses the con- lition of things, giving health. comfort and "oase" in place of ''disease." ltu m m Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The great success of Chamberlain's in the treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over the greater part oi the civilized world. For salo by sepG-lPerry it Thomas. No man is safe from the wrath of God who' lives to please himself. " m '"Tis worth a bag of gold." This applies with special force to Hood's America's Greatest Medicine. There is always an The bailies. between - the doctor and the Irvine patient. Tho pleasant effect and perfect safely with which ladies may use Syriip.of Figs, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To cot the true and genuine article, look for tho name of the Caliiornia Fig Syrnp Co. printed near the bottom of the package. For salo by nil druggists. a-- e God's best helpers are the people who faithful in liitlo things. Tabler's Buckoyo Tile Ointment re-- 1 eves the intense itching. It soothes, ueals nnd cures chronic casfs where Mirgeons fail. It is no experiment; Jtn sales increase through its cures. Every Price. 50cts iu bot bottle guaranteed ties, tubes 75c Perry & Thomas, lui ' It is as much the duty of a Christian A diseased liver declares it.stdl by moroscness, 1110nt.1l depression, lack of to givo as it is to pray. energy, restlessness, melancholy and A WO.NDEitrUL CUUH UK UIAlllUIOEA constipation. Ilorbiue will restore the liver to healthy condition. Price 50f. sept(!-lPerry & Thomas. A Prominent Virginia Editor Had Almost Given Up, Hat Was ilronght Romembor, crops feed at dilTcreut Hack to Perfect Health by Chamdepth of soil. berlain's Colic Cholera And Diarrhoea Remedy. Tetter, and Kczeina. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed READ HIS EDITOIMAL. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Hillstille. Va. Times. Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases I suffered with dinrrhoeo for a long have been permanently cured by it. It time and thought I was post being is equally efficient for itching piles and cured I had spent much time and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; money and suffered so much misery chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitcti that I bad almost decided to give up and chronic soro eyes. 35 cts. per box. all hopes of recovery and await the reDr. Cadv's Condition rowdcrs, aro sult, but noticing the advertisement of Colic, Ctiolera and jnat what a horso needs when in bad Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tes- condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food but timonials stating how some wonderful vermifuge. cures had been wrought by this remedy, medicino and the best in use to put a I decided to try it. After taking n few horse in prime condition! Price 25 doses I was entirely well of that senta per package troublo, and I wish to say further to my readers and that I The cow works iu tho morning nnd y and rests nt noon. am a hnlc and hearty man feel as well as I ever did in mv life As an oxtorual liniment of most wonO. R. Moitr.. Sold by Perry & Thomas. derful ponetrative and curative power, scpti-ltBallard's Snow Liniment is not equaled Hons. Wm. Goe'jel and Jo C. S. by nnv other in tho world. Price 25 septo-lBlackburn spoke at Carlisle Monday. and 50cts. m Salt-Itticum fellow-suffereto-dan m .1 H !' VSfM l H 7W 7W UK f 7iFC7 iiJ! 3? W I B n 3K Q 7 A, Men's ani Bey's Negligee Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery, 1 Straw awl Crash Hats. EVERY THING GOES ' J Ladies', Misses and Children's Slippers and Sandals in Q 4: J Patent Leather and 2 Dongola. m o Our Sale will go for Tori (10) daysr Everything in the way of Summer Goods are going at a great reduction. Mid-Summ- er COME IN WITH si ME s TIDE...... This is one of the many opportunities that present itself only once in a season. DON'T MISS IT. DOULAS, BRIGHT & CO. Shoes Gents' Furnishings. Boots, II!f : and !; ' & -- .. . : 4 GEMERO. COMPLETE C!nrt AN OLD TIMER WANTS TO GO TO THE LEGISLATURE. To Tho Voters ol Madison County- BLISS FMovxHizeni: 8ible position,' of The Great I. now nltbtn rnv rcnrli or cirry Anirrlcnn. il ilnr lnnrti la iosliuHy i:ii.irant-ci- l to dirt Hit' imxt ciiniJlculocl chmj of Nervous Dclillli'. ot Dlsiiie It net powerfully and ijuliLlr-NVw Man. rhvIrnlly I'rrfrrl. la the rr.ulf - iv.r r ItlHi i:KKO. Young men will ifililost innntiuul. mul OM Men will rrcarrr youi'iful .. . IMCHIIU .1 i tear. H liulgonUM ami restores le fwtm CMln4l U'mV1IKUI KimtllllUipnVlllUltllllllll '. lllll llK-l- r Uit-l- r I 1 11 - m rwM-s- Impoteiicy, "Vcrlrocrlc. Siiemurtlorhe.i, Niuhlly Kmlaalona, Lost Brain rtixl Ma.icnUr Power, Yvnk Wnkfiulneaa, Hvll Ilrcann, Depon-0i-k- -. Im k of Cminilrm a, anil all effects of tlf. which unfit nr kfiiiilmkfunn Indlv-rctloItKUKXKKO nirluAiuiittuJyortnarrlai;p. Ta at oikTHo tlia re. of Uio tUieaso that Is why otinv. ( lato ervmrat Ncn o Tonic In tin) world -- Pm Vi rlirtigtoa Ylsormxl Acllonar.drCTtorci n Vlanof Yoini. ItU nf marvolouaajloodrurl-Co- r JlnrcVi wJv Pink :fuv retnra liark to laalu upon bavins ItrOENKKO. CWi berffrrtiOlnirc-- a iKxisrt- - Hr mall gt.OO ier f-- v, refund We u lk f pt.5.00,boxes lo"cheerfully a cure. not effect micto lx Office ef CJlinslttin AT.'' American , Acts gently on the fn.' c LEANSES car -- dneys, Liver and Bowels THE 5Y5TEM sfdvyrc For sale lu Richmond by Terry & Thomas, Druggists. sepWS-l- B ...... .o ftkr By a o 'A tc CO s o :::B:::3 O & Q g B hAB,TUALC0NSTPON PERMANENTLY t S B c cr-- . . - .2 sir J: O Hi -- Buy THE GENUINE-MAN- TO a 2. M PI M (AUI?RNiATGPSYRVP. roa au tat u waaasri pou o rw eemt. an5-l- y 5 3 G Ed County Court Days. 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Ccat. - Piqufts, Ginghams, and Percales. All going at SLAUGH- tt aa t aaaa aaaa aaaa 9 aa aaaa it aaa a Cifsa.. Qt)M Ca- TER PRICES 0a OOa ( OOa.. &... Gfta p3 oa aoot aa oa aa SNfimSP 09l. ec 60a. 0a COaa ae aa 08 as ae as a as as ae aa aa ao ae ee aa as aa as ae aa ae ae ae oa ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae ae as aa ae e ee ee ee ee ae aa ae ee ee ee ee ee ee ee oa ee ae aa oa aa ae ae ae 08 08 Ga Ge. (72" PRICES ON ALL ....SUMMER UNDERWEAR " Uttaa OOaa. oea. tf- a.. 0a... Ott eaak.. Oca.. UOa.. Ooieoa- SOa.. "Women's Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price $1.50, can be purchased in the next Ten Days for $1.00 All others CtOa.. oo" Oea.. GO - - reduced t)a.. Ca.. Ca.. OOaa. eoti.i Caa.. OStan O0a.. Oea- tenia All sizes, good quality, at Cost. And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Wholesale Prices. Oaaa. Ooaa. 63 - Oaaa.. Cl9a O0a. COa... Oea.. Caaaa. Cat COsa.. Ooaa. 30aa. Oaaa.. daa. GBa Caaa. Ooaa.. Oaaa.. Baaa.. OOaa.. Caaa.. Coaa. 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Xici;o , III. I am a caiidilinte for the very respou IIrslator for our coiiimonwenlili. In my case I do not seo thnt tho of' flee is "seeking the man," nor do I offer myself as a candidate, at tho earn est request of any individual, much less an earnest appeal of "many voters." Futhermore, and worso than nil, 1 am not tho representative of any political party. No party owes me its support, nor docs any individual so far as I know rest under any oblifcatiou.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 but A once, I scored n victory over my opponent, by means honorable, fair anil strictly legal, and if I shall succeed in proving to you, my followcitizens, that I am worthy of your support, and you choose me as your representative, no caudidato will have any ground to complain that my election was obtained by unfair methods. To those who wish to know some thing of my political antecedents. I would say, briefly, that mv first vote was cast for Democratic RepresenU' tives for Madison county when Madison had two Representatives. The contest was bitter and memorable, with Messrs. White and Bigger-stat- T at the head of tho Democratic column in which I alligncd myself and the opposition was headed by Messrs. Field and Chonault. The latter, with tho most powerful argument offered in sucli con tests being in easy touch with "Tho Northern Bank of Kentucky," won the 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 y party. Stephen A Douir-la- s the was tho regular nominee of tho Democratic party, North, and John C. Brcckenridgo of tho other ultra pro- slavery party of tho South. Belle, of Tennessee, was tho "Whig-Know- n Nothing" candidate. Hero, cortainly was n condition that required careful consideration on the pnrt of voters who wero patriotic and and desired to sec our Republican form of Government perpetuated. The Democratic party then, as now, seemingly, were hopelessly divided and I, being an Domocrat, cast mv vote for Lincoln electors, my own and two others being the only votes cast in my precinct. It was an exceed ingly unpopular step to tnke and in the succeeding years, 'Gl-- 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 pics which led to tho election of Abra- haiuo Lincoln, the abolition of slavery, recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of and the adoption oi the 13th, 14th and Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump15th amendments, I stand by these tion, and was so much relieved on taking uow. first dose, that she slept all night and Tho masses of the people of the Uni with two bottles has been absolutely ted State?, regardless of party names cured. Her name Is Mrs. Luther Lutz.1 do the samo tiling, and so far as I am Thus writes W. C. Hamnick & Co., of concerned, and bo far as my political Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles freo at "boss sense" goes. I have not seen a Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Succes day since tlie inauguration of Grover sors to W. G. White. Regular size 50c Cleveland in 1895, that I have not felt and 1.00; every bottle guaranteed. 4 that the interest of tho Nation were safe, no matter which of the great BROWN'S HYPOCRISY. parties were in control. There has not lcen an election since John Young Brown in his speech at at which I have not felt freo to vote Bowling Green said: "I told them I for the man and not tho nominee. I would accept tho nomination if it was have done so and shall continue to do given to mo. But that it must be so. As to how I have voted these vears given to mo by a clean vote by n voter sinco 1885, inv intimato friends know. unaffected by any of theso contests and those who do not, and wish to, I that would invalidate it." feel freo to tell them on request. In a speech at Owenton Hon. Ollio The present split in the Democratic James made one of the strongest points party of the State is no affair of mine. yet brought out in the campaign. He Hie convention held at Louisville referred to Mr. Brown's confession that stands, according to a leading journal he stood ready to receive the nomina in the Stale as a gigantic piece of 'ma- tion of the Louisville convention, and chine" work, in which it was clearly pointed out that Brown was making understood that it was a came of "doir his campaign on abuse of Goebol and eat dog," and tho top dog in the fight denunciation of tho election law. Mr. is therefore ttie champion of the party, James called tho attention of the crowd and the under dog as a matter of course. to tho fast that at the time John Young has no right to complain, accepting Brown signified his willingness to be this hypothesis as tho true stated case. come the noinineo of the Louisville Now, as before stated, it is not mv convention tho platform had already fight except in so far as I may incident- been adopted by the convention and ally afilrm or deny the merits or de that platform approved the election merits of the Goebel election law. I law. Mr. James asked whether if am, however, prepared in advance to Brown had been compelled to accept state my opinion in general on the platform that had been adopted ; Our State Legislature has hardly vet md ho inquired whether Brown had reached that degree of infamy that ft oxpressed any indignation hat the will deliberately, with malice a fore- platform indorsed tho election law. It thought pass a law polely for tho pur was a clinching point, asd the crowd pose aa is alleged of "stealing" a State cheered heartily. The argument pierced election; and thus perpetuate the tho hypocrisy of Brown's campaign. power of a political parly If it has, Louisville Times then any political party which may VlT Wniltirle IllirnC uwtuo nvi come in to power, will be unwllliuc to ' uut iiu, Crolr1a Cneac ntrln HrlflliJ repeal any such law, but on tho con diseases and all irritating eruptions, isu booming anu ucaillig as Jie trary, seek to perpetuate and enforce iiouiing Witch Hazel Salvo. Min. Em- Witt's it. My experinco in my own county inn Rollna. MAlrnn Nnrcora and State is that political virtue (clean Chicago, says of it: When all elso fails in llpnlltlr nnr rinViloo if wilt V 14 .n pontics) is not the exclusive nronertv ... .w...... v,.. ivuv.bw, ,w ,1.11 ,.n 1, rerry a i nomas. of any party. I find in t!io ranks of tho Democratic. "Whether or not necessity is tho moth Republican, Prohibition, and all other er of iuvention may bo a debatable parties, men of unawcarint: inteirritv in question as regards tho novel manner social, moral and religious activities, In which n tailless cow manages to men to be trusted, mon whoso lives keep tho flies from bothering her these would adorn anv position to wliii-sultry summer days, says tho Cynthi-an- a thoy may bo called, mon who in tho Log Cabin. Such a cow would interest of good government, clean usually be pitied as utterly helpless to defend hcrselt against the winged pests, but not so with this contented bovine matron whoso caudal vertobrae are more conspicuous by their absence than tho abbreviated nether oxtonsions of Judge LiatTty-ty'fox 'hounds. During the last two mouths passengers on the L & N. have seen, this old red cow, at I'jindcxter, standing contentedly in a pond in water nearly up to her chin, and surrounded by-- a Ecorc of ducks which all day long may bo seen swimMother's advice is worth more than ming about her and picking hundreds the advice of any other woman to the of flies from h'er sides and back". Nor daughter who is perplexed by of phyiscal health and comfort. does she object when a duck scrambles There's no need therefore to " write to a over her back or occasionally picks a woman," who is a stranger. fly from her bonis or noso, but stands There may, however, be need for a day after dayf peacefully chewing her physician's advice to supplement the advice of the mother. In such a case the cud, and as contented as a sweet pum- offer of free consultation by letter, made im,--r girl seated beneath an electric fan by Dr. Pierce, opens the way to health, daintily sipping her chocolate cream and at the same time avoids the un- soda water. pleasant questionings, the repulsive examinations and offensive local treatments which less experienced physicians often There's always hope while there's One Aimute cough (jure. "An attack of insist on. Any sick or ailing woman is invited to pneuinonia.left my. lungs in bad shape write to Dr. Pierce, Bnflklo, in the strict- and Twaa near the first stages of con est privacy. Each letter is held as a sumption. One Minute Cough Curn sacred confidence and its answer is sent completely cured me," writes Helen in a plain envelope, bearing no printing McHenrv, Bismnk, N. D. Gives Instant upon it. relief. Perry & Thomas. ; Do not be misled by,, advertisements vicejv? which are offering medical ad Tho list of physical abnormalities published by those who riot being phy- which havo lieen credited from time sicians are not qualified to give such ad- to time to tho riders of the wheel has vice. Any physician or doctor who has a ;lcgal and professional right to the title now been increased by ihdiscoverv will publicly claim tliat title. Those of the '.'bicycle foot." This peculiar who offer 'I medical advice" and invite affliction does not result from century you to "write to a woman " do not claim that the woman is a doctor. The" medi- riding or from tho habit of scorching. cal advice" of an unprofessional woman .It is caused by wearing (shoes with is just as dangerous as the "medical hoIi-- too thin to protect tho feet (ram advice" of an unprofessional man. In tho jars incident to dismounting, and more than thirty years Dr. Pierce and his stiff of nearly a score of medical special- alni to riding over rough pnvorocnts. ists, have successfully treated over half a This bicycle Joot Is called million women. Yew 'awiiwri-t- without tlatlfoot'by eafgical experts and ethfear as without fcs to Dcs. V. Pierce, ers; who dm afford to use termn of BoXdo, N. Y. metre er lorn formidable phraseology. g) anti-slaver. anti-slave2, " l 1 J s - politics and noblo example aro needed as never before in our Legislative, judicial and executiv8 branches of good men who cannot bo swerved in tho discharge of duty, for personal or political partisan reasons. If I am honored by your votes to represent you in our Legislative assembly at Frankfort, I pledge mysolf to serve the people of my county and State to tho best of my nbility, doing that winch is right rao power to seo tho James W.-- VanWiskle. right. Beren, August 29, 1899. McCHORO SPEAKS our. Anderson News. The Hon. C. C. McChord, candidate for Railroad Comiuissioner, addressed u large crowd at the court house hero Monday afternoon. Ho was accorded a vnry attentive and respectful hearing, and, in the course of his remarks, gave out for the first time a statement of the facts concerning the talk' lie had with Gov. Brown, just before Mr. Goebel was nominated. McChord and "Woodson were at the ofllce of Gov. Brown and were discussine tho political situa Tbe Appetite of a float tion and tho probability and possibility la envied by all poor dyepoptics whose of securing the nomination fcr Gov. Stomach and Liver are out of order. Brown. All such should know that Dr. King's Speaking upon this point, Mr. Mc1Now Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach Chord said: and Liver Remedy, givcf, n splendid "During this conversation various appetite, souud digestion and a regu- things woro suggeMcd by each of us as lar bodily habit that insures perfect to what could be done for Gov. Brown health and great energy. Only 25 iu the event of a. stampede in tho con couts at any Drug Store. vention, but not a word was said nor a suggestion made, as to his. nomination POLITICAL POT PIE. being secured by a 'clean,' or any other vote, except bv the delegates as Owenboro Messenger. then seated iu that convention. It was If Senator Deboe is willing we are ad agreed that the proper thing was to vised that the Federation of Labor will have Gov. Brown's name suggested to arrange for him to speak from the the delegates, and that tho afternoon same platform hero and in joint debate paper (tho Louisville Times) was the with Mr. Blackburn; and tho noinineo best route in that direction. As to who of the Republican party for governor, suggested this, method I cannot now Mr. Taylor, who was invited to this with certaintly recall, but tho fact is picnic but failed to accept the invita there was no disagreement among us tion, might be likewise accommodated as to this being the proper thing to do. with a joint debato with Mr. Goebel H I asked Gov. Brown what were his reho can yet bo induced to come. lations with the owners and managers of The Democrats in this campaign will the l and Times, lie re at all times meet their real polhtical ad- - sponded that he was on most friendly veisaries, tho Republicans, or any mau terms with thcni, and especially witli openly .championing tho Republican Mr. W. N. Haldcutan, but that I would cause. ask my friend, Mr. Graham Vrcoland, Eight years ago. when John Young to accompany me. I started out of his Mr. Woodson there. Brown was nominated for the high and office, of when Gov. Brown called me back and honorable position of Governor Kentucky over C. If. Clay, Jr., in Raid: 'Say to Mr. Haldeman that if Louisville, there was a largo number ef by reason of his paper's, suggestion a Clay delegates turned out of tho con nomination is made which will harmovolition. Tho combined strength of nize the convention, his paper will be Hardin and Brown accomplished this entitled to tho credit, nnd it will do result. To nominate Gov. John Young more than any other thing to restoro Brown it was necessary to have more them to tho confidence of the Demo votes. To accomplish this, tho friends crats of the State.' I then went and of Brown purchased dolegatcs on tho found Mr. Vreeland and told him my floor of that convention. Six thousand mission. Ho took mo to Mr..W. N. dollars was expended by tho friends Haldoniau's office, introduced me to of Brown, and he accepted the nomina him, and made tho request of him, iu tion, was elected, and served his term accordance with tho conversation hnd without inquiring if the other candi- with Gov. Brown. Mr. Haldemau di dates were delt with unfairly in secur rected the insertion of tho article. I ing the result. "Whatever John Young jlesiro to stato most emphatically that Brown may now do, ho is politically as Gov. Brown's charge that I am Senator dead as any other historical wax figure, Goebel's witness in this is unwarranted and a great injustice to me. The fact Frankfort is that I have done all in my power to Discovered by a Woman. protect Gov. Brown in this manner. I Another great discovery has been havo never up to this good hour told, or raado and that too, by a lady in this even admitted, to any living mortal country. "'Disease fastened its clutches that either Mr. Woodson or I held any upon her and for seven years she with such conference wilh Gov. Brown, or stood its Ecverest tests, but her vitnl or that I visited the Times ofllce. Senator gans were undermined and death seemed Goebel wrote me about ten days ago, imminent For three months she asking me for a candid statement of coughed incessantly and could not the matter, which I declined to give to sleep. Sho finally discovered a way to him, and would not now say anything Courier-Journa- only a question of time' when tho whole train would bo on fire. To leap from it would mean death or maiming, for it wns rushing along at full speed. People had crowded into tho smoker. Doubtless Sieg hoard their mntterings. It required only a few minutes for him Ho sprang to realizo tho situation. through tho smoking-ca- r door, nnd a moment later had disappeared amid tho flames beyond. Presently it was felt thnt the train's speed was slacking, and soon, with a lurch and a bump, it came to a full stop near the bridge over tho Hackcnsack. Tho passengers rushed out. With the sudden stoppage of the drift caused by the rush of the train, the flames from the cab rose straight into the air. The head nnd shoulders of a man wero seen protruding from tho water-tan- k on the tender. It Was Sieg, his face his hands burned, his body blistored. He was taken to a hospital, but his burns proved fatal. Iu retreating before that first fierce buret of flame Sieg hnd been guilty of a gravocrror; but who will say that he failed to retrieve it like a hero? d, 1 MV PLEASE TRY aT a Our Goods AIND BRIGHT BOYS STARTED 'IN BUSINESS The publishers of tho famous big illustrated weekly newspaper, Pennsylvania Grit, aranow placing representatives at every post ollico in Kentucky and they desire to Secure tho services of capable hustling agents in each of the following towns of Madison county: Richmond, Berea, Waco. Kirksville, Panola, Silver Creek- - and Valley View, nnd iu such other towns ns nre not already supplied. Tlie woik is profitable and pleasant. A portion of Saturday only is required. Over 5,000 agents nro doing splendidly. No money whatever is required. Everything is furnished free. Stationery, rubber stamp, ink and pud, udverising matter, sample copies, etc. Papers are shipped to be paid for at tho end of each month, Those not sold nre not charged for. Write to Grit Publishing Company, Williamsport, Pa., and mention The 0- - Our prices T hey're the best! Jf That's why you want to sea them before you buy. Wo moan our Compel you to trade with us when 3'ou give us a trial. Insurance The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims. All we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world, select the la test goods, and when you buy you know you have 6 Richmond Climax. eptl3-3- t THE FEMININE OBSERVER. Party du Clain must havo had an an- ceeter somewhere among tho ontrres, The expression, "Selling like has no significance in this hot-cakes- ," 0 Gasoline Stove. PI f!tBUcj FOUND ONLY AT TIIE 3? wenther. Amateur photographs, liks amateur poetry, often fail to produco a sym metry in the feet. Tlie man who does the lenst work is tho one who does tho most talking about having his salary raised. The summer during which no bugs or thunder storms appear is the ideal the latest, goods. want? up-to-da- te Is that what you If so, trade with but for. the fact that Gov. Biown to do so. I have always been Gov. Brown's friond and am yet. I did all in my power to persuade him not to take the course he is now pursuiig against the Democratic ticket not because I am upon that ticket nnd that his candidacy may injure me, but 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 member of tho Bailroad Commission. I do believe I havo ever been changed with betraying that trust, and before, during and since my term of office I have been and ain yet his friend." for-cedbe-cau- Chester H. Brown, Kalamazoo, Mich., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ctired mo of a severe case of indigestion; can strongly recommend it to all dyspeptics." Digests what you ett 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 havo parted many n wife and her husband's money. Women sufferWhen wo say that silence is golden ing from female wo mean other people's silence. troubles and weakness, and Generally the oxperienco is worth from irrtgular most to man when he pays the most; or painful menfor it. ses, ought not to lose hope if In these days of trusts and combines doctors cannot even tho citv streets are cornered. help them. PhyGrammatically speaking a kiss is a sicians are so conjunction, oven with the new kissing busy with other bng. diseases that they do not unTwo blender persons may bo great derstand fully friends, though but slight acquaint the peculiar ailances. ments and the Girls are braver tnan men. They delicate organism of woman. What will make a match with a man twice the sufferer ought to do is to give season women arc looking for. -Just a little of love's fond illussion is destroyed when n young man sees his sweetheart's mouth covered with sodn water froth. CALDWELL'S No children ever plnycd keeping INDIGESTION. house or school without deomiug it necessary to whip tlie babies or tho scholars every fow minutes. Becauso disappointment drives men to drink is probably tho reason why so mnny 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 tho difference in time it took to sink ships by Dewey and raise them by Hobson We always think thnt if we had our White Snlplmr and lives to live over we would avoid all the old mistakes. This is probable, Chalybeate. Pleasure we would be very apt to mnke as many new ones. and Health Resort. When a boy ceases whistling coon OPENsongs ami attemps, "When Other Hearts and Other Lips," etc., ho needs 1:1 IS OCTOBER no urging from his mother to wash his neck everj day. The number of exhilarated individ- On the R. N. I. & B. Railroad nnd the uals who deem driving in horseless car Kentucky River, in the midst of riages tho proper sequel to a convivial Mountains nnd Romantic Scenery evening have led them to be called Tho White Sulphur is n specific for "naughty mobiles. Philadelphia Times. skin nnd kidney troubles; the Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Hot Sulphur Baths in tho house. White Gibson SDR. PEPSIN tot $f Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. a."1. ESTILL SPRINGS, Screen Doors, Water Coolers, Refrigerators. Champion Bin- ders and Mowers, Hay Rakes, $2 Binder Twine, Etc, mchl-l- y -- IE hi lJ'w,1',""aaaTMaaaKaMaaaa A BOON TO MANKIND! DR- - TABLES' Is" o rxf- -l KEYE For lurther particulars address, Capi. may31-ir- a J, it Thomas, Frop'r., tn IttVINE, KY. my 3 uj iw3 h m s -- I35ECOPMIST RANGES CUR! an4 A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 75 cents; bottles, so cents. JAMES F.BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - 310 Nortli Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. Ja,u For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. a fair trial to their Bizo. woman is really in serious earn BRA DFff No est untill sho weeps on her best pocket handkerchief. which is the true cure provided When a man is in love ho either by Nature for all female troubles. It .. I works himself to death or dura not at- is the formill.l of n llbvcioinn rf .111. highest standing, whoJ devoted his tend to business at all. . . ., . tr i. wuoio me in me sttuiy ot the disThe joys of a picnic are iu thinking tinct ailments peculiar "to our moth-- i about its pleasures after its anuoyanccs rs. wives and daughters. It is made nf soothing, healinr-- . strengthening are a weok eld. herbs and The average woman's idea of pros been provided by a kindly Nature to perity is being able to buy the most ex- cure irregularity in the menses, pensive Ecentcd soap. .... itvi The trouble with a great many peo ousness. Hoadache and Backache. ple who stoop to conquer is that thoy in fairnss to herself and Brad field's Female I?fmi5rtnr' nvon never straighten up. wio.jr suffering woman ought to give it a . Wise ' mothers keep their children tnai. targe 5 Dotuc will do a obedient by never asking thomlo do Wonderful amount nf O rronrl SnM v, . uiu u druggists. anything they don't want to. , Send for a alcelj lltatrited - book oa tb lutject. This is no world for a woman. Jn town she is afraid of mico and in the The Bradfleld Pxslatorto.7 Atlanta, Ga. Female Regulator V ELD'S Madison Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED 1863. ... JAMES T. HAMILTON, Roofing, Guttering and General Pbopkietok. Leu-corrhoa- -i. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign iwl American Marble and Granite. "Work. R-il- y VK, a v vraaava-- Job t-- . FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are COIltPnUilntini? lmvihtr Mnrl.to Hrnnlfn nr mil-- lii. ' Cemetery "Work, will find it to their interior, tn nnii nf. Mm ni ctntnl In t r ,I of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly ok . t t r.rrnt. n k biuuh ui uiiiaueii worK to select irom.nt prices to putt all cuir buyers. aT"Mr.. W. G. UOUOIIEB. one. of the best workmen in Cn t -Kentucky, is in chnrtre of our PRtnliltshiiiAMt nmi fi.iu i.iunie ciiiArirrt in every phase. Parties ItvinK at a distance should write to us for ik which win ne lurnisiied on application. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED- .a 1 A A. - ,m "a-- 1 v fr- country sho is afraid of snakes. After a man has to oarn bread for a largo family ho docs not often- - notice when his wife wears a pink ribbon. REDEEMING HIMSELF. Lstoo Wheeler & Wilson Sewing MacWnc - l.aeHU-- a 41 ? 1 1 I 1 ..... , irt Colord 2.-- f. Fair, rta ;i -- 1 Men who aro ignorant of fear are, rare. The bravest are those who, knowing tho danger, do not flinch when duty calls. Tho following act of & CRESCENT heroism in the case of a railroad en- QUEEN 2Iaga-zlngineer is told in tho Century August Sieg, tho engineer in question, employed by the Pennsylvania Ilaiiro ad, met death by fire to ONE FARE ROUND save tbe passengers behind lain Tho train, composed of ten crowded fico small bills or ask ticket agents for passenger coaches, hnd just Jeft Jersey City and was passing through tho "Ber particulars. gen Cut," when smoke suddenly blew HAIR SWITCH in through tho opon door of tlie smok Kotary Motioa and ing-ca- r. aud a moment afterwards tho ON EASY CONDITIONS. Cut tblj ad. out and ci&ll to oa. Send a engineer and fireman scrambled in over sicnll ar.Qpla or yourluarutcloccto tfca rooia. nun aij auAKi t we willisana and tlie tender. !K.?.,al)' f HtC tfi anilkn, aa t"tIJ. humanKUMI axaci at.iea, nuuia.n The smoke clenred for an instant .Ala nchttflanfrum at Imttd, hlr. ounce, ihoit ltm. u will inclow XX and showed a roaring flro in the open In pnclcajrowtth awitch vaftctentpoataiw to return u to as ir rat rrclr tLhrior?, furnace and flames streaming back butltrourd etutlf t raprwentetl and nort extraordinary value and you wiiih from the cab. A sudden burst of flames to Irtp It. Uker tad a. at .MV? nail atUla lOdanarTalK ORDKES IM KRITTMaK from the furnace had set tho cab on at I.SO ACU among eeaa;,t we uni jrouj frlende teul S to tit w:tli.t uj to aend flrp and forced .the engineer nl the ths ..vltolire to thn dlrsrt lir malL to bo paid fnr 10 iUra afuir received l( fireman to refieit. ptrfeotlyaktlafMHirjuwl w aaa teee ae tairekatae'Tifrcer.r7aaMr.l!l. . But tn deserting the cab without first 'J wrtnw maa. Waa, Ho. aw ahai, DUtM, Hltakrr, Met)). doing something to check tho speed of taarru M Mlirr WMhM tar UBJ eritrs far Oar B!ik. - - Pwr Mrataaai tho train, they had imp&iled the lives - -- . a rUaelnBft.M J laZaala. Dnltra ftwtfe-lof tlie'psenirs; for tho ilmrs were For sale by B 11,0 irftM Furniture prediais buck to fiercely that it wns leBdifjo' Heir Emporium, CMcaso. Co., Richmond. Ky - I it o. SoemW v a." ju tf JK7VIES T. HKMILTON, Proprietor. ROUTE. TRIP. Why Suffer AGONY ? 5' FREE Ball Bearings When DON'S COMPLETE FILE CURE is guaranteed 10 cure yon. j. is tea discovery ot an eminent physician. f!o Knife ! Ho latarru?lica cf Business i Tho first treatment brings immediate roliaf. It has cured thourunds, and Avill euro 3'on. MR. T. 6. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief of (ho Chattanooga Firo Department, snvs: saffcrin, DON'S PILE OINTMENTwas to me. Tiic use of onu box effected a permanent cunv I r luntarily give- - you this statement, hoping it will bo the mcins of hi insing yrur vrcniknul remedy to the alluuiioa of olhers wJlh piles." Price $1.C0, Prepaid to ny Address. Af U r years of tuf-fcr- ia 01 13' DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, ii II Hi TENN. PIS - k 1