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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mi II 1i i Trir d TIIL RICHMOND CLIMAX tL- I j i Tj H J iilf Ii i IJ M VOLUME 26RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY W PNiESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1899int5 D sthYoAI NUMBER 16 l I For Rent +++ + IIf IChoice of three good ms over Doug las Simmons hard- wareI store Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence with modern conven iencesIt GRIGGSBY aiUNCEY PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS jwrnILLER XlCBTATLAW Ritittttp KESTOCKT Office yriB4yfjrnra Building next door to ank feb31y b 1tTIL rANJ I ATrORXBYATLAW RIChMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op p litt Court e on Main Street II U HOGG i TTOHNEY AT LAn KiciiMosi i KtertVrtcV Ollice No 13 First St wpfltaTrs SI 30 t JCDMGHENAOU ATTORNEYS AT LAtt f RICHMOND KrVTUCKY lUke on Second Street over Chen t ut grocery tW R LETCNBft A1o1jatLaw- I RKIIMOSD KENTUCKY Oftioo wUhT J Smith Jr over t Mitch IIII 1AIT U2 Lowry A tornqkitLaw TiIMf rley BuiMl p Itichond Ky SICI S IDRSJ6iiBSON GIBSON l1tJ rSICIIsN AND SURGEON 1 V iosD KENTUCKY Once in the Joe lc building it and to Sec 1lndStreet over Wnite old drueitore 17 i CHASIETERINARYSfJRGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry 14 SterHKy a Blleilalty aeOlfice up talni otore recently accni pet by Iliclimonit Harness Co East Main at RicItzuit Ky aprTIy ii C JA1SPERi11 IM Uicino and Surgery OflioeJirather Knildine Main Street Tilcpfcwr nl re lence the Curr place ou Utwldwa- yRrimoHD KENTUCKY Ns U vGWJY PHYSICIAN AND SUUQEDN r I ONII KENTUCKY iT J TAYLOllP- ractitioner in iMkine and Surgery KiciiMONii KENTUCKY ItjOffieeaad rpsldcnce on Scond Street ESHTAL 5USGEHY Dr 18 t t tonsot DEnaT Bf LouISVILLE KT- MOIUtoniMt door to Government Building RlohntSnllHy Office hourlo 121 to wv7ty ID1J tfD SMITH DENTISTi rrOfflce over Collins Grocery same offlce llutely occupledby Ur W W BurpIn JanllIy IDr touis tiL Landman dtoVtNinth Street Cincinnati Ohio Hotel Zlmmcr Richmond Kyoa FRIDAY SEPT 15 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Inference every physician of Richmond Ky tebI6ly ILL1Nm ENTRAL b IISIIORTLINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Tourist Car leaves Ix ut Thursday night and FUS throulb ticket agent for particulars or write 1PullmaaFowler Ky Traveling Passenger Agen Chair Cars LonUyllle tc and New Orleans A WM A KELLOND O P A Chicago A O P A LonlsrHle L i RJCENtDO jt JtFOR WEAK MENa rrrat Trench Remedy ktrirtlnirarj jCIchof every American Jtnrtawwcrfullj Hew tian rh Perfect Is tis rrult of 33 dya uw cf rCGErJEnO Yonncnca vil1rvguln t1it irlot TliILIb 1aE4tIdZICli Tlll recover tUf Ir yucthfi vlciir Jtflti pro TOr business cr in urlaro mcC II De grealKt Nctrfao ever rot4 h this caart Can be in ret poct ByraailSUO p rb r or sir for 6300 no chsrrJai r J tonot ffrct t curt AineKcaa offlco ol JtIIHOnCJThcrolhbOXCll t cs = m otj bC For sale by IVrry k Ihoas eptuly NOW THE TIME Paper and so let us a price furnish the material and do the work in a skillful workmanlike manner The smallness of the price will simply astonish you We have received in the last 30 days dire K from the factories several smpments of New Paper Hangings in all the designsNewetc from 5c per roll on up in price White Lead and Linseed Oil at factory prices freight added Window Shades from lOc each on up in price The mixed paint that we make in white and shade of ordinary color for onlythethe best on the the market at any price We cant advertise all of our inducements so call andsee for WinIdowGlass Picture Frames Ar tists and Painters Supplies generally stock the prices always the largestI GEM V iritt STREET RICHMOND KY Dr Goldstein The Optic Specialist WILL RBTUR1 TO RICHMO- NDThursday October 5th FOR TWO DAYS ONLY 1OF TONE combined with great range and power are some of the strong points of the Coho ver Schubert lngsbur and Crescent Piano dnE n itrnt of sold ttfonstruction it is 1ecoiiimended to those who destfe durability as Well as ia Iindsothe ap e11 ne and fine finish We nave severalstyes s Some in Mahogony Rosewood tc Prices from i82500 up Easy pay merits HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY et7 AtaeJ with one 61 our ImndeQine Loifinett Chains IB worth looking at Dura Lie stylish reasonable In price An iiical birthday or weddinj present Our now designs in Finger Rings an striking examples of the jeweler1 art Tire ladies are in love will them They satisfy Thats whj they sell so readily Beauties fo bargain buyer When in need ot repairlnK Rive me vail F J TE1GER No 28 2d St Richmond Ky sep ly Lumber For Sale I have at my mill near Waco about thre hundred thousand feet or flrstclass cats Inmtx which I will sell at mill or loaded cn cars Pc further particulars call on or address J M BOWMAN JnlySSmo Waco Ky A n U aid Olio lllw Tlm of Trnlna at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Lit Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 55 JEastern for Louisville 7 80 JMQreheAd and Lexington Accom 3 00 pi New York Limited P P V 4 p EASTBOUND Lexington nnd Morehead Accom 9 15 New Limited F PV 11 68 a Lexliijrton end Ut Sterling Accom 30 p pton Express 9 23 p ationtralnl run daily except Sill Othertra1flrUfldaIIY- Throughsleepingand carunlee New York Inforwatlon rates or sleeper restrratlo tyor or write K IIOOD Agent LNRy- IC1II9114 CT LorOOIQWBARN1YJ Xy r i IENTDCKT CROP REPORT CONDITIONS OP CROPS AND LIVE STOCK SEPTEMBER 1899 Replies were received this month from 143 correslomleutslreprosent n 100 counties W1IKA- TThrcfihiiig has progressed In Ihe Northern and Western Slates of the winter wheat belt without developing any change from conditions previously reported The crop is a light one in yield and considerably below the aver age in point of quality Spring wheat harvest in nearing completion and somo threshing has been done In addition to the injury to the crop in Minnesota and the Da kotas by the hot winds further damage by hall and windstorms has occurred the loss being total in a number of counties in Minnesota and South Da kota Rain during the latter part of August has interfered with harvesting and threshing in North Dakota South Dakota Minnesota and Nebraska causing sprouting shtftk bhd stack and bleaching of the standing feraih The yield from Ihrefchbrs ft reported disap pointing rarely ex cilin tCtfif bushels per acre In lent cky the weather was gener ally favorable to threshing and no re ports of sprouted grain are received Yield continues to prove light with the quality holding up to the excellent grade promised earlier Considering the favorable indications fropisboinbut 57 per cent of crops in farmers hands September las cmparedwith 76 per cent on September 1 1898 Preparations for seeding the next crop is well advanced although work is now suspended in a number of counties on account of a second drouth Fortv per cent of fall plowing was completed September 1 CORN In a number of counties especially in the central section the rains ceased at a time when late corn wns at the stage when early corn sustained finch injury and unless rain tomes sown may provobVen itxhter than earl cornIn the Western counties The tains continued longer nnb late torn will make a full average trobv Some early corn is being cut LAte Corn Yrfll hot be safe front danger before October o The Condition for the State as al whole averages 73 which is th average on AUgust i the condition Sep tember for the past trO yea was September i ISJS 305 September 1897 88 Tire Western feeclloh shows the highest average condition l aul Improvement of four points during ft month tn the Central tfeclion the con dition is tt5 and Ton the BonthcaAeVn section it is 76- In a n mber of lVo extreVne YfetfterVi counties army worms threaten total destruction of late cornT- OBACCO Tobacco has greatly improved dur ing August and white tile iinrovfIment was checked Cos6rae ektent the efessfttTon of raids tHe piWcome lsl v t8 t The conditton iMTaroVe11meltto 90 III 1B97 W In the Wegferri section the conditions averages 70 in the Central7sand Southeastern 84 The Western condition is materially affect ed by damage from vast numbers of worms which are reported more numerous than ever before known It is estimated that 16 per cent of crop was loused prior to September 1 which is 9 per cent less than was housed by same date last yearHEMP Tho estimated average yield of hemp per nero is 675 pounds The average yield for 1893 was 850 pounds For 1897 the yield was 760 pounds LIVE STOCK SheepThe number of breeding owes is estimated at 90 per cent of the number in 1898 There has been a substantial Increase in the Central counties many of which report an in crease of 25 per cent over last year 1110WI Old She I Looks Poor clothes cannot mike you look old Even pale cheeks wont do it Your household cares may be heavy and disappoint ments may be deep but they cannot make you look One thing does it and never falls I It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years m your h- airAllers r I Hair vigor permanently postpones tbe telltale signs of t according to directions it gradually brings back the color youth fifty roUt ni hair may look as at i fifteen It thickens the belt also stops it from fallflg In out and cleanses the scalp rn from dandruff Shall tre Insend you our book on tie Hair and its Diseases ITb fmut A +rfmm Freeto you do nut obtaIn all the b3RU yon ct 4 from the w fttIe VJKor write thC doetor abon ProJotobr there It owe lcUWItI you ieaeruI tetn li 1dI od 4 0 YJQlJe l OALAkSOW7LLYkVICE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 1 IIAUM rowfic eo ittw rowc On the other hand in the Eastern Southeastern and Southern counties devoted more particularly to raising stock sheep the number is correspond innly decreased being but 80 per cent of the number In 1898 CattleThe number of feeders compared with 1898 is 85 per cent tattle are suffering annoyance to an unusual degree from the horn fly which Ii more numerous than ever known This with the drying up of pastures And scarcity of stock water in some sections has reduced the condition of cattle as well as live stock generally Some Pinkeye is reported in Bullitt countyIIbrsedTlio number of weanlings Js 85 per cent of the number in 1898 MulesThe number of sugar mules is estimated at 80 per cent cotton mules at 83 per cent and weanlings at 88 per cent of the number of 1898 Hogs The number of hogs Is estimated at 87 per cent of the number of 1898 A number of counties report an unusual scarcity of hogs Hog cholera is prevalent to a limited extent Thirty correspondents answer the question I Have you hog cholera affirmative ly and 108 answer in the negative PASTURES Fastnres In the Central counties are very short indeed while in the West ern section grazing is still good The condition averages 81 comparedwith average years On August the con dillon was 91 Apples continuo to dropandtorcnnrd ists are resorting to making them into cider to save a portion of the crop The yield of fall and winter ajplea will be very tight aiMot inferior Duality LUCAS Commissioner of Agriculture That Ttiobin dh1ht WoUld Quickly t ave 3OnIf yob used Dr Idng New tile frlfs Thousands Of sufterers liaVe proVed ttieir match less merits for Sick Sid Nervous Head aches They MkS pure bVood and stron berVes idbti11 titt jieahthEasy to take Try tneffi Only 25 cents Money back if riol cYed Sold by ter ryJ Thomas Druggists 5 JUDGE 1iIftVIN To nse Impolitelanguage this has been a eampafgn of fies life like of whrc gI iiitfeeit kn6wn in SunItjVipon nesYreets tfratyou cannot be iersxexbiltuited lIond wTen thet- 4tuiSVifle eyening papers publfshjed on dlegth CfpyVngton t I w of Judge Ji Tarvin of that city to the effect that lie would turn his back on the eiditttctate ticket and that Mr Gpebels nomination was a great calamity This interview was sent and published while Judge Tarvin was making a speech at Frankfort in the interest of the ticket Later in the eveningwhen the papers containing the interview reached Erankfort and Judge Tarvin saw it he denounced it as a lie out of the whole cloth and gave to the press the following interview- I do not know how to express myself with any more clearness or more specifically than in my cpeech this afternoon lam for tho Democratic ticket and platform I intend to so speak and vote I believe that the defeat of that ticket would be a great mis fortune ant that its success would greatly aid the Chicago platform Democrats in 1000 I have not at any time expressed myself to the contrary At the opening of the campaign I received a letter from Senator Blackburn Chair man of the Campaign Committee in viting me to speak for the ticket I answered that 1 would do so In a few weeks after getting some rest which I bad to have When the time came the Committee arranged this meeting for me at Frankfort and I have just spok en It would seem to me that this statement is explicit enough At any rate it is as explicit as my command of language will permit me to make it As to the result of the campaign I have reached the conclusion since arriving here from New York that Senator Goe bel and the rest of the ticket will be elected A TflOi8 and TO n lIes Could not express the rapture of Annie E Springer of 1125 Howard st Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal Curelt soon removed the pain in my chest and t can now sleep soundly wmethillg can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs PrIce 60c anti 00 Trial bottle freo at Perry Thomas Drug Storet every bottle guaranteed 5 A GLEAM IF SUNSHINE Along with the gloom of the hard times financially the gatlwriag power of tho trusts the enthralldora labor the inclination of misguided Democrats to vote for Brown and the gaaeral un settled condition of the country come the glad news that Mary Ellen Lease has retired from politics Poor Mary Her ungratified ambition to be Presi dent mUtt be as a thorn in the flesh tc her Wp deplore the lots other wise counsel in political matters bat worldwill try to wriggle along some way without her May there never be another like her NtcholMYillo Demo CratE E Turner Compton 1tWa4 cured of pile DeWitts W l8ch Hase Salve after Buffering seveateea year ant trl g over twesty remedies- Piygtcianaaitd lewioeislt Ii ware of d a erM cowUwMfe JrVwr r11QL c t j J 4KIN6 POWDER NEW YOU FASHIONS Many brilliant ornaments adorn the halt Cycling costumes of gray linens are very ornate Some white felt cycling hats have black brim The newest pocketbook is in turtle form and hangs from the belt Some of the new hats are startlingly big and Hare dreadfully around the face For little boys just escaped from baby clothes Best Co show charming little suits with navy uniform as bun dation They are so touched up with accessories in the form of large collars draped silk waistbandspufled breeches etc as to be very charming The fashions of next sea on will bear but little resemblance to the style of todayWatteau effects wllb be all the rage Bows flying draperies and flounces are already appearing Most of tho Autumn colors are ex ceedingly fresh and lively many of them suggesting the pompadour latest thing in a bodice front is of checked silk with sleeve cufFs to match Many effects seen in dress trimmings are simply adaptations of embroidery stitchesA S tit warm brown fcashmere bodies fronted steeVe tufts of checked silk in two snadesttf broVh Moonlight blue s neAr tfaVisian shade It suggests a moohlfgbt night most beautifully EYErNN eAiii D VUrs Littte EaYlyftsers permn nently Wre cpnsti tt n j bervobnea n4out tnliroITslemSIC Feiry Thomas AN IttWAVT PRESS 1TalkV ly you fellows frho work on noaern pat witft ftlaiila costing nn into tIle- hundreds f thotisands oE VflVi tsdonc know anyVtimg about it said a super annuiiMieditor Let me tell you something about early enterprise It was during the divfl down in Tennesee 1 was running a weekly and Grant kept everything out There wasnt a sheet of paper fn the town and our Washing castingiieceasryto where on the road with Grants army between us But I got there A fellow upinThere was a stranded circus in town It had been there a year and I used IheIover then caused the brute to sit down on it and we got twentyeight firstclass im pression two more than our circula tion required Berlin Md Herald They are simply perfect writes Robt Moore of La Kayeite Ind of Hewitts Little Early Risers the fa mous little pills fur constipation and all liver ailments Never gripe Per ry Thomas AN OPEN WINTER PREDICTED Thus early all signs in the upper part of the State points to open winter says the Louisville Post The husks on the corn are thinner than usual and this id taken as a sure indication of warm weather until late in the winter Birds that goes South with the first approach of winter have begun repairing their nests built this spring showing they will stay in this region until late in thIS fall The fur of the chipmunk and squirrel which is heavy just previous to a hard winter is found to be thin Many farmers place great reliance upon these signs which have been handed down from father to son They will not harvest their corn until later than usual this year and many have not begun cutting their winter wood Best on the market for coughs and colds and all bronchial troubles fur RenrygOne Minute Cough Cure Perry Thomas GOEBEL AND TEMPERANCE The attitude of the religious bodies at Owenaboro Shelby ville and possi bly some other places in the State toward the gubernatorial nominee of the Democratic party Mr Goebel hoes not seem to be well taken In the first place the opposition seems to be based entirely upon Mr Goebels position on the Roberts temperance bill Intro duced in the last Legislature He op posed its adoption But it is riot claimed that his opposition was based upon his disbelief In the principle Involved In fact allegations of that character could not have boon set forth as it is a well known fact that Mr Goebel Is a total abstainer and it is natural to assume that he is a believer in the principles ho practices In view of this fact ministers of the gospel would not accuse him of favoring in temperance or as opposing a movement intended to control or abjalish the liquci traffic except from proper motives They have not done so they are nol truthful Kentucky Advocate Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scientifli the endorsement o eminent physicians and the medica press It digests what you eat am postlvely CUreS dyspepsiczr A Ke j troni it cure hlm of indigestion oj tea years stand Kjlng Perry Thomas We uso to think the ConrierJourn a mean bolter bit never dirt It stoop b such low depths as yea may eee in an isstto of the Dispatch It simply won tell the truth and wont allow its cq respondent to do so eitlter Thoirco glvIt ge a a o W they r4eel ta print it O1vilho hiexaraL c u iiX IN WEST KENTUCKY Clinton DemocrrtJ Rev J rFlata venerable minlitrr tf lie Mcthndiittchurelrhnel joys the love and confidence of iimre nnplo than probably any other man in Hick man county sends us word to whoop tilings up for Goebel even unto the dny of the election Uncle Jako EVans reports that the Democrats in Qoodjuins precinct lire solid for the ticket Goodjuln is a Democratic stronghold and always does its duty In 180 Bran got 21 votes at Hoggs Store besides 51 in Polo thus placing the district in the lead of all others lu the county in Democratic votes a position in the column it will no doubt strive to maintain this year Capt Williams of CairoIllinois claims adjuster of the Mobile and Ohio rail road was in town Jonday and wore on lila coat lapel a Goebel button lie said that the Democrats of Illinois were astonished that there should be any disaffection in the party in Kentucky with such a man as Goebel the nominee The Illinois Democrats look upon him as not only one of the brain est men in Kentucky hut as an in comparable leader who should command the undivided and enthusiastic support of the people Whats thenews in Madison was asked of Elder Joseph Ballou who returned from his preaching appointment there yesterday Goebels going to be the next governor if all the States is like where I have been was the laconic re2lyStanford Journal Pa rDniz lloo Iaoa tesnre your Awellfnes barps and all other property In the Blue 3raaa Insurance Compa ny of Ieiington Jyr a borne instigation Olvpn Protection t Fir Ltsbtnlne and Tprnaqo The cheapest arid inpat reliable coma for the tt our floanty now operating in the State AadjU cheaper ever companyFoEurthitninformation AUorneyatIaWlIlchiDolldXy opposite Court Hon eJiezt door to State Bank Trust Co second floor r u tTF es may24Iy C C BOSWORTH Secy IIISERaIaa tu IIre5t5IxuK OUr ixo flout IohaTuTg b7 freigbt CoDIUI InUo- your freight 4epot found perteev ITIIIIorIM ii n eta oils you yeruwor optTIO slton ACME BIRD etitbetlO WRITE ron OCR mo FREE CATALOCUE10rtnd freight ebanm TIll gore is tlte Kn I oten l UliHUlL top II iliai made from be t pi Iron title large One HWTj cover llulnn and grLeI terre ann shelf bcaTjr tinlined eTei door Mndionw MclulpUMd ornamentations and trimmings ntnlarge deep gtnnthrttd rortuu llr rrvntlr band tome lane ornamented tan Besi oil rr sde an urnlf h razz an extra wood crate maklR teetbrr rer issric Divniin cciRLXTrx wilt and uajsusw Mr dIUery toyonrrall road itaUon Tour loot deaMr would chart yu ISW for Inch a norr the freight aiuut lon tech wo miles u 7I IIS4 110- 0SEARSROERUCKCO1NICHIC11U AMmi OMK BMtatk lit in UnuU7 nUaM4t4iLv aprSGm KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea- SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsnnd ImperfectdlgestlonPrepared For sale bylPerry Thomas +CALL AT + + + JJlfIlSALOON PARLOR WBENINTOWH Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Onulee Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RIGIDIOND KT 1I- t NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED MEN PO CURE NO PAY ITHE NEW METHOD TRKATltENT r oriilnal with Dry K k K will noi J 6 tirely euro forever any form of Blood or Ki Sexual dlttaro It U tho remit of t Qfth3 WE CURE SYPHILIS 3 IIIofMcry1otuhIf you have tore In tho mouth or tongue ispains la tho corn throlll hair or eyebrows falling outplmplcsor jj rtomarh derangement euro e head jrvl tithe etc you liaro thofccoadary of this 11IOO1Ioioo We solicit thu fSc mot tbsiinato rasci and challenge tbo worlJforoeotowo accept for treatment M land cannot euro By our treatment hot ulcers heal tho hair grows again pain dimiinenr tho skin becomes healthy and maniage s loossiblo and info CURES GUARANTEED 0 Thonmailsof young and miJilIe iced al men volh irviifir acd vitality mrrwl bYlmrl obiife Inter taeesftt mental i worry etc l o matter thi eanre our New Method Treatment is the refu- crWECUREIMPOTENCYI Andrctororll parts to nornal conJl l eon Amliition lifo unit energy ore nneKed and otio feels liiiuelf n man among mtn veri ran U treated indi vidunllT no curenil hcnio our wonderful i tuccerr No matter what ails you j consult IIi confidentially We can fur nili bunk ImnIn to guarantee to accoia pliih what wa claim 5OOOOCURE We treat and cum KMISSIOXS Jl VAUICOCKLE PYIIMMS STUIOTUKK IMlOTKXCV StCIIE11 1IAINS UNNATtlUI DISCHAHU E KI1NiYnnt nL IJI1IUt Dienrf ONSULTAl JON FKEK HOOKS PRE If un hln to call Wrlln fnr ImF IOY JSLAXK for HOME fe TKUATMEXT p xis KENNEDY KERGAN 5 22 W Fourth St t gjCINCINNATIO B vniv rveQ Tnem Cut tile Price in Two Our Reduction Sho Sale has just opened We are ofTerinK unmatched bargains in Shoes for Men Women and Children Never before were Shoes sold at such prices and The Best of Shoes To bo had We are making room forour innnniise slock of Boots and Shoes for Fall and Witit- erT1iirik of These 1 00 Mens Shoes going at S3 00 3 00 Mens Shoes going at 2 EO 3 00 Ladies Shoes Koing at 225 2 00 Ladies Sho s going at 1 A large assortment of La lies Oxfords just the kind every Lady wants At prices that will suit tIle poorest pocketbook Como early and get your pick Rich Goods atPoor Prices Freeman Bros tICHMOND KY aag2ly Sru DR CALDWELLSN pi0003 furfi Otff STOS ifSoris j Splendid Winter Grazing end Lsrge Yields of jt Finest Grain 0 0 jl OCR PAT CATAIno DB Gives descriptions of these and oher Sce1 GIn also Clovera and Qrasics Vegetable Seeds Bulbs Fertilizers Etc Write for It and prices of any Seeds required SEEDSMENWOOD nug3- 4wrtot h Siisiseali Riilmy In Effect December 5 1898 DAlLY SXoipT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 00 20 Lye lUchmond Ar 1 U 7 20 2 5 7 Winchester14 42 8 25 6 45 MaysrUle 8 40 30 Paris 840 S 10 17 10 2S Georgetown 7M 428 7 10 11 20 Ar Frantfoit Lye 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets via Paris J B NEWTON O P A t V F 7F F+ RAu++ +++t++++ +7J Is worth more per bushel and niorc bushels per df acre when put in with a y Kentucky Whe t Drill lF Birds and squirrels are more plentiful than ever before and we have the the finest line ofw f jShot Gunsgi I Ever put in One house in Kentucky Also nnununition of aIl kiiicls srofimI i E1B WD RDI MPm l J 6 rAIN STREET RICITh01D KY t 1It t ir I d I t rr jilill ipi JeWCtecf REPAIRING AND TIMKINO FINE WATCU SJA SPECIALTY st a 1 j atc 9e8o All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY IH Rest Sweetr 1and Peaceful I have received a large shipment of the handsomest couches ever brought to RiehJ L mand and jvjtU have them on special sale for r the next few weeks at prwes rilJ1gmgfro l 12 to 10 New fresh attrJctive deSigns and patterns 1 p i1 TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the handsome lineof desksa regular ava Janche of beautywhich are beingoffered jIat prices out of joint Window Shadeso Among m har- vcstof furniture fancies therc nolmcmorecom plete than J1 beautiful display of Window Shades Every 5 stsle every color and every price Call and P examine the handsomest line of furniture to 1lbe found in Central KentuckytlA 51 S1 NEVILLE HURLEY 220222 W Main Street DAY 14ZO23RICHD1OND KY j 4 A Treatment That Cures Cancer J No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No Detention From Business No Danger No Failures and No Pay Unless Cured The Surgeons knife and burning plasters and the horrible crude methods heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has been forever displaced l y the advent of Dr Registers New Serum and Antesevtic fluid treatment This discovery works a new era In medical scionre and sufferers from Cancer Lupnra Ulcers Tumors Goitre and Fistula can certainly be cured without the horrible torture attending the quack and ignorant methods in vogue for a century Over fifty well defined cases without a failure is the evidence to prove the merit of this important medical discovery This new treatment is the result of a thor ough scientific study of malignant diseases and Is based on the most rigid miu title principles j FEMALE DISEASES Dr Register holds gold medals from leading medical colleges for proficiency in diseases of women and for the past ten years has confined his practice to fc wale sufferers His discoveries of recent date for the cure of malignant diseases is due to the great Increase of cancer of the womb anti ieinalo breast A well equipped ranitarlnm is him at 100 Court street where his entire tithe is to lemalesuttrers and malignant diseases IfeuUering from any disease peculiar to women or ary manner of malignant growth or wins write a full and concise statement of your case and get au honest expert opinion free Cures can be made at home Addresp 1 oa 1 5 106Court Street Memphis Tenn SEND US ONE DOLLAR cutd aIiIIiI iIt 5100 dUIa4pSIiittWla- 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Tivea TllC ACKK HVKKK U fanblMd Hh a ICiJI bereted pUletYBocii mirror alekkl piated pftlil IramoI anvm7tadernlmproyOmaot Wifhbfriha4VIIliSI b5 Ptlhad GUARANTEED II YE1 I llwue awrlfteDbItrr uarunec ly the u K Oct fwwiIlrendnurmonejtfniaro J iIScIbuornflItlIInIdaI54i3IUUUtAT JNCK lWS T K1VV OUR RELIABILITY II ESTABLISHED f T a 0t JtN 7our ktkl ahol neyjte ir i ln 1 is our ikor m bdiJIIIC HMifcCfcl4 0 i r German EAebc 5anbwTork erannlrj r p4in Ceide a ma1 swr f1MouoTUre at Linw OI ttuM Ipiqaib t poa Ia oat un eixsa 4 cc ruoIIfU04 taittanos at IowS wIOhnd price Wtite Tree siedM VtItsrIMMaU fc iiip lf rStahta ttliJ1 AReaOIBuGK co h FIItIU MWlMt CHIGAOO 1 C 0 T nirilri 0 iI f 4 f Prlilt S Ito ws tlnohi Jc ii it I The Richmond Climax IJC OIIENAULTProprletor MangerIl tJW I 20 99 h CUHLIHII EvaN WIUWR3DAY liT Tha Climax Printing Co rItU K 1KU YKAIt 151 =DEMOCRATIC TICKET f ht IOll GOVKKMIU lioN VTIUIAM GOKIJEL- OF KKNTPN COUNTY FOU LLEUTKXANT COVBKNOU J C W BHJ3KAM- O7 MMSON COUNTY VOll JtXTOHnEV OKNKHAI ftJ IIKKOKINIUDGK- UF 1SOYJB OUNTY WJlk COUIFBK- Ol AUD1TO- KOUS GUAVKS COUNT I JrOlt TIIIAflURE SWIItV3j1L 01 EOYl COUNTY VU SKOKKTAKY Ol STATE CALHK MKKPKIKHIDK HILL OK UUAltK COUNTY ron COMMISSIONER OK INNALLAOIUCUJTUREI Or JBKKH1SSON Foil SU11 OK PU11MO INSTUCTION II V McCllESNEYV- OK JIVINGTON COUNTY rOll HilLTOAl OOMMISSIONRR 3D DIST cola A W HAMIlTON Or MT KTKKLINO JOn KKlUESKNTATIVK HON W W COMBS MADISON COUN- TYANNOUNCEMENT FOB We are authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUOH DOTY forCountr Cler t sucject to the action of the Defuocratic Party VeareauthorizedtonnounceO M RAY 11UUN a candidate for Clerk subject to thw action of the Uemecratfc Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party Vt are authorized to annonnce SI M MILLBIl a candidate for County Clerk sub ject to th action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announco JESSE r subjecttoFOR SMHUIFP We are nutl1 to announce JOHN F WAaBltKaoanAidate for Sheriff of Madison county Bubjuct to the action of the Democratic I party We aro autherited to announce JOHN W RALLAUD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action ot the Democratic iW are aetliorlzed to announce MARTIN a candidate for Sheriff of Madison t coxmty subject to the action of the Democratic party Wc roai iorcil to announce P B BROAD DUS a candidate for Rherirt 5f Madison county subject to th5 ackiin of the Democratic party FOR Wrare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison l county subject to te action of the Demo cratic party We ar authorized to announce JAS L BAKBltacundidat for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo oralie party We are authnriiwl to announce GEORGE NOLAND a eandhlate fur Atnessor of Madison county sabject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce G W DBATHKKAGK a cnrtflidate for Assessor of Ma4on county mlijoct to the fictiou of the D ut cra4ie party IVeare authorised te announce BUD DUNN Olmle District a ranrtlilale for Assessor sukjtrtt to the action of the Democratic party poa JAILSII Ww lire authorized to announce JAMBS C lAUKJiT n eanrfidata for Jailer of Madison I county subject to the action of the Democratic pyI We ireMbrisl to announce PETER G f IU Uln a aandTdat for Jailer of Madison eoVUy sulijact tu the action qf the Democratic R1Ywt ri aaRiorIied to nuJionnce JACK ROSS arat4ldate tar Jail Jr of Madison county for one terra only subject to till action of the Deruooattc party We are authorlied to announce F J PER KINS i candidate for Jailor subject to the action of tho Democratic party OP to announce EVERETT jFOn of Police far the City of to the action of the Demo We are authorized to announce J II ALL MAN a candidate for Chief of Pollcc subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J D FEENY a ecuulldBU for the ofllce of Chief of Police of Rfelmmnd Ky subject to the action of the D mocrutic pnrty von We are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS oUr leading tailor a candidate for CJouucHlnian in the Court House Precinct sub Jeet to the action of the Democratic party iWc are authorized to announce DRVHAUH9ON a cakdidate for Councilman from th Court House precinct subject to the action of tbd Democratic party TAYnilHi ue Prooinct sabject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authnrlzei to announce C T WELLS rOunallman from the Uity Hall precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party iirI CiFiBrowerCo LEXINGTON Kv t CoversI Tile nbovo roinark Wits made about thlrt ntoru tliu olbor day by- a gentleman thoroughly familiar with tho IIOedof Contral Ken t funky leoiik Wo believe ho was riglit and that you taut be as sue cessfully served here as in any city in tile South we could tell you of I j many people right hero in town who have tried flio ndjacent cities soil come to the conclusion that 1riuos Styles Assortment and Quality were jUt as good here as unvwlicrc Think the matter ever take styles for Instance Our buyers visit the Northern Eastern and Western markets three or fut inio6 a year and cull from the fac torlea of the country the choicest articles of their production and in assortment Did you know that with the addition of our New Four st Unlldiug wo have nearly three Ifncrcsof Floor Space devoted ex dusively to the dfsplny of goods fruin various departments In onoiaft determined shall nod must Lo as low us ia coiisibtont with tight quality Wo want your patronage and assuro you that every effort thjit can possibly be made will be- iiuforlhi to merit IL Carja1s Curtains Wall Paper Furnltura Wood Mantels China J CJBroW COIJ il MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXflGTOM1 XY 1l41w- ak i H M III Call For Cit Democratic Prknary EI cllM At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Richmond X1 held on the 2d day of Sap lember 1839 On motion the tollonlnc reaolu tlons were PrlmrJElectlIn Richmond Ky on the 12th day of October to select Candidates for the November election 1899 for Councilmen and Chief of Police and the poll shall be open from 7 oclock a m to oclock p mln Richmond Ky on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid purpose 3d That for the purpose of defraying the expenses of conducting said primary the candidates who propose to submit their bones shall on or before the Ith dy of Octo bet pay to heChalrmn of this commit tee the following sums Rich candidate for Councilman 52 00 and Chief of Police ISOO 3d That said election shall be con bythis4lh That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed ji com mittee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election Wi It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats and who will support the nominees of this primary election and alt young men now under ago twentyone years who will attain thermajority on or before the day of the next general election In who declare their purpose and Intention to affiliate with the Democratic party shall be entitled to vote In said primary election Cth That the chairman of this committee give public notice of this election by posting a plcelnRlchmondKythis order In every issue of the RICIIUOXD CLIMAX and Kentucky Register from date of adoption to time of saM primary election DUDLEY TIUBBLE Chairman R A BAXTER Secretary Gov MoCiiEAHY speaks at Stanford on October court day Gov McCREAHY spoke at Flemings burp Monday Circuit court was in session there and everybody turned out to hear him He says Fleming is as a unit for the tickeL- MCKINLEY declines to intercede with England to save tho Boer Republic in Africa That is true consistency England might intercede with Americn to save t1e Philippines FRANCE should not be too harshly judged by her generals as she might retaliate by judging us in the same way We have Eagan Carter Heldel kopor Corbin Alger et ale JUDGE TARVIN gives tho lie to the Loulevillo Posts statement that he was opposed to Goebftl And yet tho Post continues to reiterate If you see it in the Post its a lie is a good motto for a bad sheet THE Election Commissioners at Frankfort meet to day to select new county commissioners throughout the State If the commission would jtre rent hurtful criticism it will make cllanires only for the very best of reasons nonpolitical TilE loyalty of tile South to the flag is shown by the Adjutant Generals report stating that Geargia has furn Inlied moro volunteers than any other State in the country he quota exceed ing that of Illinois by nearly 200 men- The adjutant general goes ou further and says thatin general the South has furnished more mon relative to pope lation than the North This shows how deep the interest is which the South takes in thin mainte nance ot American institutions ARRANGEMENTS are being made by the Chicago antiImperialistic League for mass meeting of antiimperialists from all over the country in Chicogo on October 17 to take decisive action in regard to the course to be pursued by the anti irnperialists in next years residential campaign The leaders of the faction are opposed to President MrKinleys Philippine policy and declare it will probably result in a con ference to declare in favor of the Demo erotic party if that party makes anti imperialism an issue A CASK now in our circuit court it lustrates the evil of watered stock The plea may be made that it is a com mon practice in tile commercial world Rut is it right Let Mr Biyana answer ho ours No man can defend stock that does not represent money invested mill only in the case of a monopoly can you secure dividends upon stock that does not represent money invested He is right as usual No water should be allowed in the stock We do not believe that any State should permit the organization of any corporation with a single drop of water in the stock of that corporation Why should the corporation be permitted to put out stock that represent no real value LITTLE MATT ADAMS made a speech at tho Republican Legislative convention at Stanford last week and seemed as much at homo in that crowd aa be did when be worked against Lungmoore in 1890 because the latter Dullel him away from the public teat Adams had been sucking for a quarter of a century The Stanford Journal thus describes Little Matts effort The majors record as a bolter is too well established and too well earned to give his word mtjch weight with intel ligent people The only point that his effort BOttlftil beyond a doubt even to the nninitiatedwas that the bolters areI in league with the Republicans and TnvlnrnBill Sweeney didnt show up although advertised to speak for which relief much thanks MAJOU P P JOHNSON the Immacu late has issued a deck of cards in which he sets lorth for the steenth time lila opposition to Mr Goebel The writer has already given his personal testimony as to the hypocrisy of W II Sweeney who salt he would have acted exactly as Reel ine did And Uov Brown has been self convicted of au attempt to obtain tho nomination from tho very convention he now CO- ndemns So that when we find that P P Johnstons hypocrisy has been ex posed by ono of Hardins supporters we see no further grounds for the per secution of the successful candidate at Louisville The Stanford Journal sajs Hon J W Douglas of Owenton a zealous Hardin man before the convention is going on the stump to tell how Chairmati Johnson agreed to rule in the temporary organization so as to sive the chairmanship to Sweeney And that was expected to SOc that Ilardin was nominated at whatever met Mr Douglas says that the liar olin men were disgusted at Major John stun when he weakened at the last mo went and when tbeir man was within a few votes of the chairmanship GOEBEL AND BLACKBURN COMING Goebel and Blackburn are slated to speak here on county court day October 2 The town wont hold the people REUIQIOUS Elder Ecton of Georgetown will preach at Red Homo nest Sunday at 4 oclock p m Rev Henry FanliKner the eloquent young minister of Lancaster has been Ailed to the pastorate of the Second Presbyterian church tbiscity His KormonB his personality his consecret ed spirit have mnde him many admir ers and friends and if he accepts he will be cordially wjlcon d BIRTHS MrsUarryGovannuli JlellMiIM fclffbi M 1oIk iMWMIr J co t i ww PERONALS Miss Katie Blanton is at home from Paris Miss Kollte Ballnrd of Lexington In the guest of Miss l urrulevn Billiard this wurk Dr It H Lewis of Wiidie is visit lug iii the city Mm Helen Ford of Chicago Is visit iug relatives in tins citjf Mr John JonningH Grefhleaf left on tiuHiluj fur thou Umverstlj of Virginia tobtudylaw Dr Uoldfitein the opiiciah will be in lUcluuOlII on SfineinbiT io for soY oral daytset Hotel UIudoli See ad Mr Frank Jarr general iigoiit of the L Nat Paris chaperoned the Hill Top Uun Club last Friday over here Uov McCreary will be Ian honorary pallbenierattlie burial Of Mrs JLSBlackburn this morning at Versailles Mr J B StutTer is out after a severe illness and that gentleman is staking bands on the strength of hits recovery Mrs M J linden of Louisville is visiting Mrs Bettie Little Mrs liudrn SquirtTurnerGuests of the Harris Golden Wedding will be conveyed to and from Harris platform on a special train leaving hero at 730 this pm returning at 1230 am Mr and Mrs J W Bales are back from Big Stone Gap and Jonesville Va At the latter they were the guests of Mrs Mangle Bales Gibson daughter of Dr and Mrs CT Bales of this city Mr Cas W Tribble left for Louisville this week to take a position in the office of the Kentucky Whisky Trust Mr Tribble is one of the most popular young men of this city and his departure is much regretted Mr Warfield C Bennett leaves shortly for New York to reenter the law department of Columbia Univer sity Dr Eugene F Hump of this place is in tho medical department of the same great university Invitations have been received here to the marriage of Miss Virginia Duff and Mr Leon Theo Webb of 212 Ala bama street Memphis The brideelect is a sister of Lt Travis Dull and was a guest last year of Miss Julia higgins Mr J Robert Riggs has entered the celebrated Rose Polytechnic Institute at Terre Haute Indiana having leaa his class at Central University in 1896 and possessing splendid mechanical talents Mr Riggs will easily take high rank with the best students at Rose Miss Sue Hume of Richmond Mies Hattio Dobvns of Maysville and Miss Jessie Neely of Lexington aro guests of MIss Elizabeth WooJfordl1t and Mrs Pierce Wlnn and Miss Hattie Owing of Mt Sterling and Miss KatMeen Poyntz of Richmond are guests of their aunt Mrs Jesse Turnoy- at Cedar LawuParls Citizen Mr and Mrs Albert Severance are here from Hendersonville N Cto see their son Heath who was very ill We are glad to say they found the little fellow improving Mrs Martha Sever ance and Ham Severance came up from Louisville Saturday night to meet them Albert is doing finely in his now homo Stanford Journal Dr II It Gibson leaves Friday for Chicago to attend the Mississippi Val ley Medical Association which meets OctSO He also will take a course of medicine and surgery the latter under Dr Murphy and Snn the celebrated authors and surgeons During his ab sence Dr W M Gibson will be In charge of his practice Hon and Mrs Lrtcher Ownley of Lancaster passed through here Mon day morning for Irvine where Mr Owsley spoke to a big courtday crowd in the afternoon They returned in time to catch the nfcht train for home Mr Owsley is a brilliant speaker and no douot helped the regular Democratic ticket in the free state of Estill Miss Willie May Denny of this city and 1Ir1 V Steeubergen of Point Pleasant W Va are to be married on October IS The bridetobe is the handsome and lovable daughter of Mr and Mrs W K Denny Mr Steen bergen with his older brother Mr Peter Sleonbergen was a student of Central University several years ego and was well liked for his many excel lent qualities Mr and Mrs Thomas Nelson Page recently gave a novel entertainment at their cottage at York llarber Me in honor of Mr Jolts Fox and Mr Carey PublishingCo youthfuisailer suits of white duck and Mr Carey who is a bald 250 pounder wore a baby gown trimmed with baby riltjon Mr Pago sat in a largo shoo surrounded by switches to receive the guests DEATHS CiriusroiunitAt the home of Zenie Cobb near White Hall on Sun day David Christopher died aged 78 jears Burial in Richardson burying ground uear Blue Gross UKVSOS Jis It JJryson one of Cen trnliao most influential citizens died Wednesday Sept 6 says the Columbia Mo Herald Deceased was born in Madison county Ky in 1830 and at the age of 6 moved to Missouri Howard county His death is greatly lamented in CentrahiaLOCALS Accident lo Richmondile at Petoskey News reached here Monday through n 1ttnr In sf TII Juaher mother who is at Petoskey Mich that on Friday last while out boating Mr Fred Grinstcad Adams Express Agent here and a lady companion came near drowning by the overturning of theekiQ The upsetting is accounted for by the filet that the couple were eating peanuts and had laid tho oars downwhen light squall arose which overturned the frail bark While we sympathize with our friend Grinstead he is old enough to know that ho nust hold both lines while driving and both oars while boating It is dangerous to turn go your paddles on a waist ot wild waters like Petoskcy Bay A Great Shooting Tournament About two hundred spectators of both soxes society being quite largely in evidence were in attendance upon the trapshooting tournament given by time Madison Gun Club on Friday last in honor of tlc Hill Top Gnn Club ol Austerliz Bourbon county Ky The Richmond JClub hiss been in existence hardly half a year while the Hill Top Club Is an old wealthy end tmccesofiilorganization having several members of more than Statewide reputation The tournament here was held aa a return compliment to the Bourbon boys for the Jatters courteous and enjoyable entertainment ot our club some weeks ago It Is no impropriety to say that our days entertainment in nil respects upheld the reputation of Ma Jiaon county for hos pitality for the gentlemen from our bon wore profuse in expressions ot pleased delight with their reception and treatment while in the fapiatl of Madison The visiting delegation was com posedof such celebrated shots as Messrs Alfred Clay present cham pion of Kentucky J Quincy Wanl ex champion of Bourbon George Win Clay another champion and winner of thc bfstrecordihero on Saturday Harry Sidney and Woodtord Clay J M Bren nan and Lan Y Butler all crack shots So that when thosq superb marksmen took their poeitipniJ for time fray there WM a feeling of high upeeMjou arid tVi11i 1MIt M tetti1S- I= f IItlsanIU Wind That Blows Nobody Good fa Tfcli small ache orfyatn og weakness if the ll wind that directs your attention to the necessity of purifying blood taking Hoodss Sarsaparhta Then your whole body receives good for the purified Mood goes tingling to every organ It is the great remedy for all ages and bothsexes Dyspepsia Gompticted coUh vcr and KJney trouble I suffered for yeas from dyspepsia with severe pains Hoods SarsiparUb made me strong tend hearty jB Emerton Auburn Med swp Never Disappoints Hoods Pilla eon liver Ills the nonirritating sod onlT cathartic to take with Hoods ttertspsrllU tators and the hosts the latter being Messrs T J Smith Jr It E Tarley Harvey and Waller Chenault T T Coving ton B W Miller Wn Leteher JasJerOtborticipated in the sport in the afternoon when live pigeons and clay targets were shot 4 At nine oclock promptly the shoot lag began the grandstand in Turleys park being partially filled at that early hour with expectant onlookers The 80yard space in front hall been very tastefully marked off with U 8 flags these fluttering colors adding to the attractiveness of the place whilst serving as convenient markers for time boundaries of the shooting grounds The Sport was to be varied clay pigeons live swallows and live pigeons all to the number of two or three thous providedbyAfter the preliminaries the first to advance to the mark was Mr Alf Clay whose reputation as a victor over the great Kentucky champion Gay of Pine Grove had preceded him and made his appearance a signal for ap somehoYtdetermlllel1 strode to lois place He ia over six vorydignifleelan earnestness that had there been a rich prize at stake would have seared Thoughtherelike there might have been a name and fame attached to the victory anyhow which spirit animated the other con testants only with somewhat less in tensity admirably exhibiting the discipline they have acquired from long practice to do well whatever they un dertake no matter how great or how 8 11 all the honor or the prize Time first swallow that was released had scarce wiujbeforothroughthethe best marksmentliat ever looked gunTheliant shot a jolly fellow with more lifo than his predecessor but with skill no less His gun is a tOO Parker a gem ISjuHlvBourbon sweetheart When lie toed time mark all eyes were fastened on hif fine figure and his splendid gun lila dcop voice rangout Ready Pull and as the spreading wings of tho chimney sweep appeared from the straight away trap the almost musical sound requiemovnrThere is a common way to measure MadisonQulncyhimselfstarted the audience into an ovation sendingbe bad lifted his hat and bowed his acknowledgement Straightway he thebodyanelfriendshipThen followed Messrs Harry Sidney onelLandMraAlfandout of 40 Drs Hobson sail Jasper equaled their rivals each killing all RWMillerClienault 1 each total 21 of 45 The eight visitors thou broke 127 of fractionlessQuincyWardWoodford Clay 13 Brennan 12 Butler 9 Richmonds turn now came and her picked team of nine men did lid v andtimebroke 135 targets anaverage of exactly 15 n fraction less than one than TSWaIlerChidnauitand TTMrEmilfr Pragucl of the Louis byhreakhl threohnllwvvb vIla terest unceasing scores wore an forelinncrtors to the Hotel Glydon where they timeimornepigeotmuinwhich many were ladies Compared with targets and swallows live pigeons we thick furnished much greater rtThey TOSO as a rule with a rush telng fresh and in good condition For quite a while not a bird escaped the gunners seeming to be resolved to make a record for future sportsmen to shoot at A HarveyChenanitmissed rathor gentle bird circling over his gratmdstam1dsubsequently twice near time Smithfiredbird Wiling time latter When the of live pieeons load been exhausted after 13 rounds tho visitors called for clay birds and another fine exhibition resulted Time Bportlastfid until almost dusk when enjoytheband- Tha ilj wo understand win thorol2hlenjoY81 by thq visitors who expect our club to como to Bourbon Wehopeselves equally as well ifnot better titan they did upon this memorable oc canton tlVB riOEOa arEna png =J iI II = oo J 4 Pf 9i W o= o 1 ucoiierJcbaoif I rr n j Ie 011 0- tr gOt oooun o = cI re r 0 0 eooa4oooolaata E cemooIaa Ill g 0gtSMH = ra OCBWOOOsWa1e0 00dootjaoo cog 01 000 oitt0 d BS t J liig g af 1U it a a e jl UjjlllH if r M I 1 j tf 1H H Ii o 0r I S t ijf fr1IStanleye van f F rrenJlmtfu y with rolmitives here Dr Uogcni of Haiiatoii Texas ill the cuiBtof Mr John Inrkes W T Teviseold lila house and lot in Richmond to Miss more of Kiikd vllle tot iO f Uncle Joe ifipper hrgaifa Udfies of meetings at the Presbyterian chuicli Klrkllr lie Iivst night Miss Fniuiiu lhiifordIzirkesIziaret- urned from a weeks visit to friends at Georgetown and 1exingtoii jxJrVihlisspent Thursday with Mrp VT SVit Miss fetellBPpyiitZfwlft I Rtilit- he gnrst of M S JvurieMcCqrniuik for several days left for day nccdmpatmedbypnitfe was tlI Bleaeant st of rela tives here from VrTdaytinlirSuudayr- Mr James Vintner the polite antI ef ficient clerk for Moore Estridge is at his post of duty after n weeks visit to friends and relatives illMael son Mr Ed Walker Jr who went to Colorado Springs wo months agcf in search of health returns today as ho is receiving no benefit therefrom His condition is not so favorable as when he left- Time Rev Dr McKee of Danville is holding a series of meetings at Old Paint Lick cllurcli His discourses are forceful logical and instructIve TIme meeting will continue through this weekGabe Sailer the Paint Lick butcher bought 12 cattle from J K Woods last week paying 3 cents per pound He is now ready to supply his customers regularly with bananua steak and pineapple roast of the very best qual- Ity Robert L Jennings and bride reached here Friday afternoon and are now at home to their many friends at the Jen flings Hotel An elegant reception was parentsMrhost of friends assembled to partake of the beautiful feast and to shower con gratulations and best wishes upon the happy young Tho presents were numerous and expensive attesting tIme wide popularity of both bride and groom We extend to them our very best wishes for a long and happy life and hope their pathway may be strewn with choicest flowors which shall blossom forth shedding a varied prosperityhews Ibis We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CoPropsToIedoOWe J Cheney for the last 15 vears and be lievo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ablo to carry out any obligations made bv their firm DruggistsToledovin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces pf tho system Price DruggistsTesthimionials Halls Family Pills are the heaL m Public Sale OF A FINE athsoll County Farm As Execnlor of Fountain Rice deedf I will sell to the highest and best bid der on Thursday Oct 5 99 at 10 oclock a m time farm recently occupied by Malinda F Rico decd lying on Richmond and Big Hill turn pike road less than a half mile from town limits The farm contains 112 83= 100 ACRES and will be offered in parcels and as n moneyThetable dwelling necessary outbuildings splendid bearing orchard small fruits C well watered about 22 acres now in corn balance in grass also farm wagon and farming implements Time land will be sold for onethird cash January 1 WOO balance two equal payments six and twelve months with interest from January 1 Posses sion given January 1 or sooner This is a desirable home for those having children to educate being in sight of Cald well High School Madison Female Institute Central University sellIdecd a lot of- ilonsehold and Kitchen Furniture half of crop consisting of 22 acres of corn in shock and 22 stacks of hay small crop of wheat and as agent Ed M Rico the remaining balf of above named crop One pair extra 5yearold maro mules 1 pair nice 3vear mare mules 1 extra 2yearold yearling and colt2 brood mares 2 milch cows 2 extra bull calves and 17 hogs OfsnlO1sept203w PUBLIC SALE AND RENTING ON SATURDAY OCT 7 1899 myfarmMadison county Ky on time Speed welt pike known as as the C K Estill place The following Jcecribed stuck etc eL tea o e9eFive work mules one yearling mule and two colts two combined mares one 4yearold harness horse 14yearold yearlingjenllet with jonnet colt 75 ho 400 barrels of corn in shock 25 barrels FurminJImplemelitbinder one mower and hay rake one wheat drill one corn planter two 2horse fsfiiss one buggy and harness household and kitchen furniture sari will rent at name time and place my farm containing Four Hun dred Acres tot the year 1000 largebrickextra stock barns stock Scales and all necessary ontbuildfugs with fine bear lag orchard three tenement Imouses c The farm is well watered and In SeventyfiveTerms made known ou day of sale i5ilTrV n1 y1Tt1v acpt2O3wLAILmUX1 1U- LasFORRENT I will rent at public auction in front of tbo Court House door in Ricjimond Kyon Sttirfay September 23 ggl lIStbe4CbenRllltMr Gaylan White Time farm has 280 roahhebtedsb1eseevsats dfrtnUm4 1UlJ V J Q rrO xstYPI i i ii t III BANK REPORTS J EPOET6F THE CONDITION OK THE JTV Madison National Dank No 170 at Uichmdnd in the State of KentUcky7at the close oXJbuInesa8epteiubCr7tM59 AARESOURCES oans and discounts SSSSSSSSSS 197321 54 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 6600 U 8 fonda to secure circulation 100000 00 Internal Revenue Stamps 2u2 Other real estate and mortgages Dueor Natlone Bantu ii rnSIJO servo agents if 28069 12 Duo from Stilt Dank and IlunVere 61 38 Due from approved reserve agents 0001 88 Exchanges lor clearinghouse 00 Notes ol other National Bankft 2000 Fractional paper currency nickels aa081LawfulSpecie 7700 0- 0Legaltendernotes28000O 10500 00 Ucdemption fund with U 8 Treaarrf 1 f 5 percentofclrcnlatlonr i1 4500 00 TotlUm 4l08Ii LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In O- Surplutundot 40000 0- 0UndIlded profits less expenses and taxes paid 72327 National Banknotes outstanding 80305 00 Due to other National Ranks 6233 01 Due to State Banks and Bankers 555 636 12 Individual deposits subject to check 16535235- TotalSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS jicssir is STATE OF KENTUCKY Conjrrr OP MADISON j C D CKKNAUIT Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that the above state andbelief19thdsrNotary Public COXKKCT Attest WALLER BENNETT W S MOUEltLEY DlaaCTOBS H B DILLINQIlAil PUBLICSALEIlavfng Silver Creek d pot will offer at public sale on tho premises VI dnnQ Y toD r ll J followingof sale Threo head ot good horses and two calves One new Champion Binder one Mc Cormlck Mower Cultivator one twohorse wagon and harness and other farming imple oilerforsalofurniture TERMS All sums over 10 will be told on a credit payable January without interest all sums under that amount cash C D HAGAN scpt203w Silver Creek I- ryIUBLtc SALE OF Uncllmen BK r n MthrI Time Adams Express Company will highestbidder VtTay5Octoir 14 the packages remaining on hanoI nn claimed or otherwise at its various KontllckyunelVirsillin List can be seen at Express office W F GARUETT Agt J W YOUNG Asst Supt s204w EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY B LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber- Lands bought and sold on commission Accounts in and Qut of the City taken for Collection gTVfillo or call on me for further particularsS OFFIOE Room 9 Moberlcy Build lug Richmond KyS ANOTHER LOT hardtobreakv CROCERT ani- GLASSWA1E his arrived and the Wise housekeeper will not miss the opporjunity boy when every artfclo has the durability of tiyoofthe ordinary kind Tliis is Queenswara worthy of tli name It is high quality clean th l j Dont the o prices oxtqnd Vwel comp ai esyrnit Saucers 25 to OOc pr de jlJlit Dwtiwtfl 4 c fJ ft li H t L f THf j CELEBRATE BUEL i jjoRE J tQ Is the best article ever sold in Mens Footwear made in all the latest style toes at S S 350 400 SS 450 5S 500 55555555 Y BY MANS SHOE MFGCO l J 1 Fa Irl1 1tOS CE The Mocker Bootee Made in colored or black Vici Kid Russia Box Smooth Box and Willow CaUlall Velvet Kid lined made in Goodyear welt heavy double sole invisible cork at 500 SS a winner tJja t MADE BYr T1HE MANss- StlOE MFG Co We are Sole for these twoSi CBLt R TBD I J TBB It will pay you to examine t them carefully before buying elsewhere Ii a triOt M OC8r SlHEM NSs S 5o 8 MADE iE Oar Till Llae ofIBt5 aM Shoes Its CMKftete ix eyerypartiCJ1ar DOUGLAS t BRfGHT J r mm eetT 1 rD I 1wtwIih tet lI i PURITY MIGHT lIE SYMI30L1KU OUR LAUNDKY WOltK Pure Water pure starch everythi wo use of the finest quality jrwhy therl is such n glossy io liis thecollars culls shirts He hatII Launder TImes IIlIr help lire exl ix understand their businoM Is it any wonder therefore ila do a large Ilisiness RICHMOND STEAM LAIND8V tt ii m THE Cn lING 4 rOfOMF Fill tokS ar oing ina4Biggerand better than ever fr Sbefore All our famous spo cialties besides exclusive tW General Merchandise i Black Goods 0SIn this department is to be found the largo T of3oxfe r just opened another line of Blistered Ci beautifulpons designs in both Silk and Mohair A full 4iotsCloths Wool Poplins and Serges We take1b pleasure in showing these goods whether you fa wish to purchase or not We quote a few prices i 1 40c All wool HenriettawortittfiOo AllTiinrtT worth X 75c Allwool Sponged CheviotSSc quality liF ID 3 IMSNew lines of Felt and Stitched Cloth Walking Hats hand ssomely trimmed These arT newest things for Q 4c traveling and early fall wear AfJ5125 A now line of stylish Felt Walking llnlsaud Itouul pearl gray with white hcarf amid e3quiIIwortimL25 I stylish Cloth Hat Rough Rider effect and walking hat TIe sure null inspect those as they are very exclusive A f SEE OUR 53 COTTON TOWELSBARGAINS c OUT OF TOWN ORDERS GoodsCarpets At tion which will be cheerfully given as we have correKpoml eats to answer such 1 3 CLOTHING f flelrensour customers Boys School Suits selected with special con ArfJttSHOES Our stock of Shoos is larger than over AVo inJvite an inspection 3c Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade t E V ELDER y AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS j I O otli Mta1 IJ LJS16oooo R4ID IY LIVIXG BEJYERTSr- s 65rC 9 9 RESER YE AND S URPL US Tk3 tae ol Life taw We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Com panics pay to time estates of deceased largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism i Every precaution for the protection of tho Investor For particulars apply to K SMITH BOMLM7VN- SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY SIRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky Another TurnlI i ifg j m F1i-1ihIi of otir price cutting wheel makes another t4ElScrews Nails arid Tpolsr making a special isaleofthtckms of goods and oJTer llssli Vv ia1it= TAYLOR BROS r- r 1 upjiT ii Th jfl U 1L r sti Iv I t I w A WOMANS FOOTING t is firmly established if ttho wears the ZIEGLAR BROS1 SHOES They possums allllie comfort of an old pair of slippers but are made on the V1I1011t stvllsh thStB 1Ud Iiavq the daut1 est look imaginable Wo have just re tcivcdour first fall shipment for this b season of the above named goods and have them in nil widths and in tIle eV latest lasts Prices 200 to 100 This line is wellknown to the wearers lVof fine shoes G r OF FOR THE tND AND I wi I 51 t8 1 PEOPLEtSHOES t stylishOur IIaOS ARNLifl PROClAMATION In inIENS THING1 AJE are to clothe you with the rightly Jyl iiindo absolutely nilwool Clothing in America Kightlymade us it Is of the famous Vitals Brand tho Clothing Tailored on a strictly scientific basis in clean well venti i Intod Perfect anil because the 1 ills tlo tho Vitals Iho very life of the garment In inskhiig thin expenditure time and tImngIit and Is a 6 ilerided contrast to the tailoring scan in ordinary Rendvto Wear nothing Tho Fabrics we are of the very newest designs that A wilt l o seen this season Many confined exclusively to ul in the face of the above fiatsoJ most extraordinary feature our great is that we can and do f1 wisell our at less moneyELSEWHERE I How can wo afford to sell such highgrade Clothing for less money than elsewhere Our answer is pure and simple Ours is a ClothingtJbusiness 3 The more we sell the greater our purchasing the lower prices thats the story in a nutshell 0 Covinton Mitchell o rr The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEPT 20 18ro Dr HuhRon Dentist i filbert Friday night Mr Will Hales is nursing a kne- eud by falling in a cattle car which In Wilt loading atCorbin Tent thrt new volumes have Itrii added to the library of the Mudl so riuntr Teachers Library llubertH lecture on Home Sweet 1ft His theme is peculiarly suited Ill lie display of his rnrogifts iu oppoitunity not to be lost to IiJiii r Mr Hubert and yourself by at his lecture Friday night ITheLee Jake White 114 SlO I TS near Voxtown were soll by Tuo G ileto Harvey CtiotMiit for 5070 10 DoiglttsHriglit o have changed Ilirir HI in bo in Imrinony with the new stMsaiil prices at their pretty store County PtIl0 twy it Is much dustier in the Country tlmn on our ttir eu vlmrn thuio are no water plugs Mitchell have Issued priuluiiiiliuli that in worth Ulitny dol laiH to the buyers ul clothing shoes aud glIt ItItIIistiisgN Tbo iue crfiilii supper lit Miller Roluiol house iitrar Vulltiv View netted Miss JeHiiido Fslan the teacher I i was delighted with tho re ultn r Friday night in Uichmouds rtrihllteto the popular uiinisttr Kev T by his lecture at MiMtiic Temple Scents children 15 Four hundriMl choice pure bred f Plymouth Hock coukeiels and pullelB for sale at O emits Inch or5 per dozeu They will oistjrou SI each after Dec 1 li gn 15 fpr seiits Sfitsl Hlf COLYKII Ricljiiioiid Ky f Bank for Estill Tin Bank of Ettill coauty with 0KJ capital has beon incorporated by W T B Williams ami others Tevis Home Sold The handsome residence and five acres of ground on High street be longing to lion W T To vis have been sold to Mrs Dr Wilmore of Kirksville for 5 tCircuit Court Circuit court will prplwbly adjourn Thursday The Grand Juiy today tix negroes and three whiter mn have been sentenced to thepeni No murder cases on docket fForSaho t A farm twoitnPesfrou1 Richmond on the Irvine pike containing J81 acres For particulars call on oraddrcss TIIOJ AMMEBMAN Richmond Ky Meets Here This Week The annual meeting of the Danville Iistrict Home Mission Society will be held here Thursday aud ridayof this week at tho Methodist church Mrs Win lice Harbor will de t liver thIS welcomeaddress LC3t A bandeomoidouhlecasb Bt mwind lug gold watcli with the letters W i W fj engraved OB case A liberal reward will be paid for return of Slime to tins office or spt20tf A F CHKNAXJIT Upward A reward of 10 fs bflercd for itnforma Hon leading to 1Ltearrest and ronvic tion of tlio party or paHieswhO has o boon sloctinth partridges on the toUr mill roai near tluJaIr 1i t1I- JlLuR301m JUJllo OUf LYI o 0 tbegin to think of buying Shoes for them selves shoes for the children We are prepared t x to fill your wants in this 1incwc are showing the Newest and Latest designs in Footwear It t is the cream of the trade at small prices t t i I patrons and we can please you Come once and J t you will comeagain ECONOMY FALL WINTER SEASON BOYS CL0prepared LowestPriced only ReadytoWear workrooms fitting wearresisting is carefulness rtprvsntS of show Tile combining offerings Clothing Ifo Clothing powery our lands Coviiigtnu attending adjourns Longford Eleven Negro Soldiers Recruited Here The United States Army ofllaer who came here for colored recruits to outer the service in the Philippines secured even fOOd stout fellows among them Vulcan Irvine who was recently mustered out of the volunteer cavalry ser vice New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr VILeeds a skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms tsuit all tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aug23tf Republican Headquarters Republican Campaign Headquarters were opened on Monday in the Mobet ley building up stairs office at top of steps lIrR O llortou will be in charge Literature of all kinds will bo kept for iw6 pf callers and a welcome eXteudeUfothe public to call at any time r iv Good Opening Cuiitral University opened with an in creased attendance for the first day on Wednesday last As an example of the growth and popularity of the uni versity out in the State it may he cited that thirteen students aro here from Henderson county alone in the Western part of the State Pretty Quarters For The Ladles MIPS Mamie Rogers has returned to Richmond and has beautifully fitted up the rooms formerly occupied by Miss Temple Oldham overDP Armer as millinery parlors Miss Rogers visilqd her old costumers as well as the public in general to call on her Announcement of opening will begivon later Major Burnam for the Senate lion Curtis F Burnam of this city wn nominated tor 5eintorfrom this district Powell Estill Lee and Madi soil tftholRepublican convention at Stanton last Thursday On the ame lay Win II Lilly brother of Grant Lilly this city was nominated for the Legislature by the Republicans of Kstill and PowelL Mme Hamilton Wilt Return to Richmond Mme Boulander Hamilton tho ac complished modiste will return to Richmond September 26 to be in her fall and winter trade Her roomsin he at the Embry HouSe formerly the Henderson House floe prices will be moderate and style fit and elegance are tissured The Mme is Uptodate In eveothlnR pertaining to jjfldies and misses apparel and that she is an art isthas been proven beyond question She wishes to thank the Indies of Rich mond and vicinity fpr their post patron age and earnestly solicits acontiiiunnco of tame and cordially invites them all to meet her lit abovp named places ptro2t Company Organized The officers of the newly incorporated Central Kentucky Cigar Manufac turing Company aro as follows Presi dent Dr UH Vausjbt Vice President- W S Hume Secretary and Treasurer Caboll H Chenault Manager Fred A Miller The capitol stock ia 0000 A firstclass cigar and twist tobacco factory wIll be conducted Mr Miller la an old cigar maker and for a year or more has bean conducting a factory here that turned out high grade cigars used home crown tobacco and gav employment tn a number of lianas Tho new company will go into the man ufacluro of tobacco and cigars ou s more extensive scale and it will be the duty of our citizens to give the enter prise their sunport and patronage I yaa8D nke smoke JuJincriaaUe iii b cl utgUlW1J g to1wcr i Hear Hubert Friday night Big Prices For Big Bunch of Boyle Beeves Eight hundred head of fine beef cat tie belonging to J C Caldwell Joo McDowell C P Cecil and G W Dn gan were sold last week at r7r to 53 cents per pounda total of nearly f60000 This is said to be the largest and best sale of the year in Kentucky The purchasers were Brower t Co of Now York through W B Kldd Colonel Caperlon In Oil The many friends of Col J W Caper ton are a unit upon the subject of the excellence of the oil portrait of that gentleman which has been on exhi bition in tine Moberley show window Their opinion is that it is speaking likeness as perfect as the brush could portray certainly the finest portrait ever exhibited here Col Cnportons pose is a characteristic one and his expression is so natural that the hand some gilt frame seems to encase tho original It must be gratifying to Col Caperton that no word of criticism has been uttered but thateveryone praises the portrait in ever detail It is the wprk of that famous artist Mr A O Revenangh of 662 4th avenue Louisville More Light on The Town While the circuit court is getting light on the mae in the Electric Company the citizens are petitioning for more light on tho town The six arc lights that are in uje already do a great deal of good in the already lighted part of thOTclfybut It would require two gas postsand an arc light to render travel safe in several portions of our city for instance on Fifth streel be tween C D Cbenaults cOrner and Munceys residence The Council prom ised to light this cavern n year ago Meanwhile onefifth of the population of Richmond are without light to guide them along this dark and dangerous thoroughfaredangerous because of the narrow elevated tootwalk that is out oi repair Cheap Rates to New York Via C 0 Ac count of Dewey Celebration On account of the Dewey Celebration the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to New York City on September 26 27 and 28 at 24 CO for tho round trip limited to- O t ber4th returning and on account of the Dewey Reception at Washing ton DO will sell round trip tickets to Washington on September 304ud October 1 at 1940 limited to October Cth Tine Chesapeake Ohio Railway is the only line from Lexington with through slcepeis and dining cars to New York and Washington without change For sleeping car reservations apply or write to 6 W BAUNEY Div Passenger Agt Lexington Ky Brown on Top Taylor Underneath The CLIMAX has on exhibition a Brown campaignbutton that should be seen by all who do not yet think that the bolting exDemocrat Is running in the interest of tho Republican ticket this year The brown varnish has been scraped off the face of the button and therestands out in bold brief the well known features of President McKinley What have the pnrificaticnists to say Here is another pIeceof evidence The Hon W O Bodes of Bowling Green proved during a speech at iIenceering is a picture of Taylor the republican candidate for governor which ia proof positive hat Brown is running in the interest of Taylor if any doubts re malned of a proposition too patent almost for controversy City Ordinance Whereas the city Richmond Ky in July 1894 issued bonds of said city to tine extent of 22000 to secure funds for erection of a publlcschool building and whereas a part of said bonds aro optional after July 1 1899 and may be redeemed said city Thereforebe it prdaIilCcI by the City Council of Richmond Ky that bonds number 12 and 3 of aforesaid issuo of 1894 for the sum of one thousand dollars each be paid and taken np by the city and tho holders thereof are hereby notified that aforesaid bonds numbers 1 2 and 3 wllibe paid at tho ofllco of N W liar ris Co 31 Nassau street New York City on September 20 1899 at 12 oclock m and they are hereby called uponto deliver same for payment and are notified that no interest will be paldon sawn after that date j pj AUDE SMITH Mayor B AvJBAKLOVr City CJerk Tire The Pestle Pieces The LoulBvHIp Post Is delivered hero toanybodyrwho will acfapt it free of charge On Thursday laut a copy was handed tpa well known citizen iaour presence when this conversation took placeVWhat does this menu boy Boy ltis a copy of the Louisville Post JJut I dont take thatpap BoyTlizitaulL right This costs youTiotblng Very welt Sis worth nothing RJ hero sho oeswhdro the aforo said citizentore the folded paper into strips and dropped tbeniat his feet remarking II have no nsi for traitors In the garb righteonsnefp NbtwiilfslanditiK then aro probably- uiqicsathan 200 Irce copies of the Poet left on private doorsteps in this city and we seeby the papers that this true nil over the State 7j pays tbe I f Johnsn IVnsW11igIug u Complimentary Benefit to Mr Hubert Rev T S Hubert has consented to deliver his brilliant lecture uA Home of the Standard ot the Song or Home Sweet Home Now stories both humorous and pathetic have been ad last1March Friday evening Admission 25 cents children 15 cents This is Richmonds tribute to n popular minister Child Kicked to Death A more terrible death to a child is Irardly conceivable than that from a horse kick Sidney Oldbam the five yearold daughter of Mr Tom Oldhara near tins city had been playing in the yardwhere some horses were grazing and when a member of the household went to drive the horses out he discovered the body of the little girl lying In the weeds where the horse hind kicked her into Insensibility Death ensued two days later although consciousness returned after a surgical operation The parents have the sympathy of all in this awful calamity The funeral oc carted at the bomeand it Will remarked ttthe time that there never was a larger funeral concourse over a child than this one Mr Oldham who isone of the most upright and industrious citizens of Madison and his wife who was a Miss Baumstark are plunged in grief that is pitiable tq behold A Big Production A Pullman Car With Thirty People Company to Organ- Ize Here What promises to be onO of the larg est theatrical organizations that will tour the South this season is being or ganized in this city and will open hero early in October The company will be under the management of Messrs H Himebaugh and Nat Riess bothof whom are well known as progressive men of sound business judgement About thirtyfive people will tcrried The play to be presented is called A Jay From Jaysville one of those hilarious novel comedies which cannot but be successful A special feature will be made of the band whichwill contain 18 pieces and the parade to be given daily will include 25 people all made up as farmers which Is undoubt edly the largest parade ever given by a show of the kind Messrs Ilimebau hand Reiso have purchased a Pullman palace car in which the company will travel It ar rived here last Friday and lies been placed on the Mill track where scores of visitors have been entertained by Mr and Mrs Rciss This car is certainly a model of elegance being fully equipped with all the modern conveniences for which the Pullman cars are noted Mr Reiss says he will be glad to entertain his friends on the car daily from 0 a m until 9 a in continuously and no doubt many will accept tho invitation A long tour has been booked which will include all the principal cities in the South and judging from what is known of the ability of the manager the business like manner in which the preparations are being conducted and the capital that is behind them a very successful season can safely be predict ed lor A Jay From Jaysvltle Hon W B Smith is all Right The changes made by the State Committee in the speaking appointments of Hon W B Smith of this city occur ring simultaneously with the announce moot in tho Louisville Dispatch that Mr Smith would not be asked to speak again after his utterance at Owingsville gave rise ill some quarters to the report that tho committee no longer desired the services of an orator who would publicly announce his willingness to 800 hanged to the nearest limb any man who would attempt to falsify the returns of the election For several days Mr Smith was twitted by the Brown men hereabouts with having been turned down by the Goebel com mittee for making that bold assertion and now the Pantagraph rushes to the front with a certificate of good charac ter for this supposed disgruntled Gee belite because he gave expression to a conviction posstsuod by all honest men of all parties The Goebel law would be indeed an iniquitous measure and its author un worthy of citizenship were Democratic speakers forbidden lo condemn the outrage spoken of by Mr Smith and in the language he employed But Mr Goebel nor the committee had the re molest idea of rebuking Mr Smith by changing his appointments and have so explained tq him to his entire satin faction Accordingly Mr Smith lof- tyczti34aytu till his new appointments with all his old time vlrand zeal for the success of tho regular nominees in November And now since Mr Smith has re entered the canvass the campaign committee aprov1cbyletter hu mnly ut terance at Owingsville will the Pants graph and Brownies please be good And will Mr Smiths continued work for Goebel change the Pantys opinion of him as follows Mr Smith can afford to give him self deep concern over the action of the stampsminihiss mounted the stump during this campaign For lila stand taken against theft and corruption lie will rreceive tlid plaudits of u great and growing commonwealth BIRTHS NOuNDXraaqX HXotlld jltlE j L HOLEPKOOF SHOES for boys or girls school wear You know the youngsters delight in kick Alug their Shoes to proces Well we are prepared for them with our Little Giant School Shoes Mothers say they never saw such long wearing Shoes It is plain as a pikestnU that you cannot do better than get a pair for Johnnie Of course weve Shoes for every t body but thats another story For Jailer iMr Perkins Mr F J Perkins the well known farmer of Baldwin has been persuaded to make the race for jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party His ancestors were Democrats his peo ftenITales Creek the fountain head of Democracy and his name willarouse the boys to great activity Remember Mr Perkins Public Sale of Real Estate in Richmond On Friday September 22 at 2 oclock p in on the premises corner of High and Oak Streets I will offer my resi dence for sale to the highest bidder This is a large and commodious place fronting 00 feet on Oak and 204 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 or two floe building lots lying parallel with the lot on which the house stands WM CROWE scptl32w The Band Concert The concert by the band Friday night was as opportune in time as it was excellent in character The University had just opened its doors and hundreds of students perhaps with homesickness dulling their senses to the charms of our beautiful city were awakened and refreshed by the music of our splendid band Besides thlsthe concert was enjoyed by the visiting gentlemen of the Hill Top Gun Club of Bourbon who had passed a day of con tinuous shooting out at Turleys park The weekly concerts of the hand are strictly flrst las Mr Coy Accepts Mr N B Coy has accepted thq Dem ocratic nomination for County Judge unanimously tendered him by the County Committee last week The honor was wholly unsought thus the office sought the man and not the man the office Consequently it is the duty of every Democrat to give Mr Coy the most loyal support He is worthy competent courageous and wonld make a fine official His career as a Magistrate and as a citizen ren der his selection a wise one and he will win as sure as the ides ol Novem ber roll around The Falrview Seminary At Gaithersburg Maryland nigh teen miles from Washington City is conducted by Dr Chins H Waters A full corps of cultured lady teachers give a full English course of study with Latin French arid German music and voice culture under the New England conservatory system drawing and painting in water colors aridoil elocution anti physical culture The school will open September ia 1890 Some young ladies from near Rich mond are going Sunday September 17 By calling upon Mr James Miller or Mrs David Chenault further Information maybe obtained Cost of board and tuition for full course of ten months 200 C H WATERS sepG3t Principal What The Fair Did Financially The recent street fair and track exhl bltfon at the Fair Grounds was a suc cess financially as well as otherwise In point of sport it was unexcelled the premiums quite doubling those of any other county fair while giving absolutely free of cost the bulk ofthe exhibition on the streets Over OO was cleared after all expenses were paid which is to be divided among the thirtyodd stockholders As nothing succeeds tfesuceess there ought to be no trouble in repeating the exhibition next year adding such features as will enhance theattractivenees of the show President Bales Secretary and Assistant Deatherage and Rlggs Tress urer Letcher and every promoter de serve to have a feather etuck in their caps for making a sucCess of the exhibition of 1899 Of Interest in Es ill IRVINE KYAfter an absence of nine years J P Vaughn a resident of Anderson county and a member of Genl Roger Hansons brigade has seen fit to visit his relations in this county Mr 11 Vaughn is a main who is well known in this community as a good and prosperous business man Tine fact that he served a term in the ranks of tho Confederate army has gi vetr him reputation that cannot be im paired He came here to visit his brother Thomas Vaughn and after en joying a few days the delights of a visit such as the atjode would produce especially presided over by the wife of so excellent a man aa Mr Thomas Mr John and Mr Tom Vaughn concluded to visit their brother steven at College Hill in Madison county Steve who was a member of the Mme brigade got on to tho affair and had two old com rades Geo GInterand W Parks to be present at the first dinner which was attended also by the wives and families of the respectiveand of course added a charm too intense for comment lint those old comrades got out in the yard nndor the shade of a big maple tree and talked of tho old tunes They talked of Murfreesbor where so mucH ot Kentuckys valor was shown by thli loss of Mood They talked of miny other contests iu which they were ongaged The women deserve their sham ot- the drtht lor tiki iWJgMfid accaslon auich WrtfclaJy WWt d lrIy thw iVtt VV a r r cJI w t 0 SIZZlING HOT I TilEBusy Bee Cash Stores 6re t Clearance Sale Boys Clothing Mothers to Good Cassimero Knee Pants for children lOc per pair Childrens Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and double seat all colors worth 75c per pair are yours in this sale for SOc Boys 125 and 150 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted 4 and Reefer styles neat and serviceable ages 3 to 14 the price in this clearance sale only 89c TBB B UNMAT LBARAN B ALB Menus Good Cassimere Suits well made in brown blue scotch mixtures all sizes worth 5 6 and 7 will be closed in this clearance sale at S29 4 Hens Fine Allwool Suits choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted muck and frock styles of flue imported worsted Fcotehes and clays every suit in the lot worth and sold everywhere from S8 to 512 take your choice and pick in this sale at 103eMens Extra Fine Dress Suits perfect tailored which will meet the and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a T Yon can make your unrestrict ed selection from several hundred of these fashion able tailormade garments worth from S14 to 15 Ithey RO in this sale at RAS to to and of solid pair dark Noth lot for fancy in allwool Fine Dress price 75t and 85c per yard will be in at 4Gc per yard Special saving on Ladies Readymade Readymade Dress Car and Curtains felt the cold stand you the offering in this sale ask to them an article in big left this sale must be far a clean and space AVe must have onr stock and the only way see to is to throw out dollars the goods have to our and let them Dont fail to sale Lot of Pants limo Jeans Pants tho closed at 39c per your when you time a of for this is a CASH to make get to buy fall goods with WIII OLIJ11AM COMPANY GEORGETOWN Special Rates lo Trotting at Louisville Account of the the R N I B will sell to Lontsvillle Sep tember 25 to and Including train of September 30 with final limit October 2 at rate ol one fare for the round trip C M Genl Pass Agt Bryans flock in MadisonBrown Men Change Mr Louis Pilcher editor of the Nicholasville Democrat is lug this selling Bryans book Republic or making Demo ocratic speeches and distributing Goe bel buttons He as follow- left for Valley View next whereI that On day night I started in at Ml Lebanon in county to Miles Ferry to PooBoy toEdentonto Hill to to Silver I was advertising Bryans book or Empire out Goebel but tons and takiug a poll of these cal degenerates as They are non inventus I found Robt Reagan wearing a Goebel button of course Messrs Walker Tevis Dr and others red hot for the cause of the people I not see a Brownie with but one exception from the time I left Nicholasville till I got to At Silver Creek I one or two saw my can E Parish and the colored orator Gentry did not succeed in converting thorn Oh these How many brilliant they hido under a Mr Farris said to me that ho did not in tend vote for I think he is for Taylor because he did not relish things him had not heard of P P trial ol contests in convention it was all a lie of Democrats Didnt know Dewey was not line with McKicley on Imperialism I left however in a humor I saw Mr Logan at his store found him Kip ling of politics lIe had been referred to as a bolter He said he was a Carlisle 1S9G hut that he was not satisfied at present with his position and was a mixed I when things Clear up R little that Lo gun will got of his nebulous state all o k I found Colonel Stevo Walker of Garrard deep Into an oldfashioued novel found something more In to tlmu that Was not wholly neglected 1 was treated very heritably on the trip expect to see more Mad mon before the election 7 c Stsi4 re never tbeutaeIye6VThe nIrritting Cathartic tHood I aifi N The success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Remedy in tho treatment of complaints bus mlldoit standard the greater part of the civilized world For by Perry sepGlm No maul who has never been sure of his honesty Kaeliler want several of Choice Wal nut Logs Will pay highest cash price They also buy loplar Hardwood Lumber In mixed cars Write them at Louisville Kyapr5Otn Bargain have parted manv a wile anti her money Yon may bridle the appotitebut you bribe the liver to do work well must be honest with it it a little now and then with a dose of Ilerbine tIne best liver Price 50 cents Perry Thomas we golden other silence The Ladies The pleasant and perfect safely with which may use of Fig under their favorite remedy To the true and genuine for tho name of tho Fig Co printed tho of the package For sale by all druggists In these days of trusts and even city are cornered The most delicate constitution can safely nee Conssens Honey of Tar It Is a sure mutt pleasant remedy for coughs of and Ihng troubles 25 50 P0rr4 Thomas Generally tho experience Is worth most ito n man when he pays the most foriti Never Burn a Candle at Both Ends r If do light will soon be darkIISarsaparllla gives nerve mental and je by enriching and Vitalizing thno blood Thins it people who overworked trIed Haeds Pills are nonirritating mild effective i f Girls arevibrnver men hiey make n unatclm with mqn twice their size 4 good turmi deserves iuirtltr- Tliuc Imvo Hoods Siirsaparilla ate to tolL others lIe cyclists who go out or a split a sCorcher theso daya itself by umo5eue65 lack restleEsiiess melnnchoty and conSttpatron hlorbtiie restore the Price SOc wo slender persona may be great- fHpidQthouglmbLitaIgilt Ilayseieuqiitb4w a ar1 VV- VVV i is wild with excitement at the RICHMOND for THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring Summer All previous offers that have convulsed the people are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE Prices crippled our former offers will be killed in this great sale The knife that was driven the will nOvsink the heart Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Wash Clothing Hats and Furnishing must go at prices completely obliterated profit en tirely ignored No wonder disgruntled competi tion stands aghast BARGAINS we are dishing out stand unequalled unmatched and incomparable That Will Make Wild Buy e HABLB S2 00 and 250 Pant Suits go at 149 Our 8 S3EO 400 500 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at all styles Cream of the Stock j nil Boys Long Pants Cassimero Suits worth and 400 will disappear in this clearance sale at 103 Big Boys 7 I 9 and 10 Long Pant Suits choicest assortment fancy and plain worsted cheviots Scotches worsteds etc Take your pick and fit in this sale at 1493 I CHANCES wants all cet ARB MOll A VER r R M N Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes Ladles Dongola Patent Tip shoes worth 125 in this sale at 75cper pair Mens Sunday Shoes In lace and worth l5O will be dished out to rou at per Men s 175 antI 2 shoes will be 100 liens Tan Black Vici and real Russia leather 3 and H shoes they go in tUls sale at 19 Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods Allwool 36Inch wide Serge Benlrettas cheviot novelties fancy weaves in black all double width goods worth 35c and Soc per yard will be slanghteied in this sale at 18c per yd 1 ing V J2Vc in this sale One ot Slippers ladles in sixes 23 and some 8s that were I sold at 12 150 ud lwill be closed in this ule at p per pair Fine Jocnnads Poplins and many weaves double width Goods Former slaughtered this sale Nothing icserved Clearance Sale White Underwear Ladles Skirts pets Lace These gnods have keen edge of our steel and out to as Jorontes- tbargains we are see Not the entire store untouched sweeping a groat cleaning sale for us room for fall we get it giveaway and several thousand worth of host we customers profit by our loss attend this A Great Big Mens Too and Mens Camlet best New York Camlet will bo along CASH como for these bargains and save antI refusal credit CLEARANCE SALE room and cash Very Respectfully RICHMOND MT STERLING AND Itaces above tickets morning BROWNING Selling former Canvass section Empire writes poke afternoon Mon Jessamine thence Round Kirksvillo Crook Republic giving politi known Brownies eat big and Middleton did Richmond heard of Republi friend G but revenue Jobs lights bushel to Brown some Hold open and said that in him good and reading instead mania little think ont and we teresting talk about politics though and parsons disatisficd great Diarrhoea bowel over sale Thomas tempted is Henry Company and sales husbands cannot You help along regulator septGlm When say that silence is we mean peoples effect Syrup conditions makes it article look California Syrup near bottom csmbmes the streets loss all throat Price and cents septGlm diKe etrongtli helps are and thaT will frie who boon curedby glad abointiL Cloatcf eiioonhter vdiseaseelvliver declares or- cuiqrgy wiU condiiioa PeiryThomas septClm acquptance Iniestisa which and Goods our SALE that were in hilt Goods Goods Shoes Goods and The Boys Knee S2G9 300 unfinished congress effects reierve- dOrgandleathatwere25cand5cperyardarenow moIformerly reaching actually Linen Mills pairVfiring morning Johnsons carloads A Word lo Mothers Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not hesi CoughUemedynarcotic in any form and may be given as confidently to tIne babe as to an adult The great euccera that has at tended its use in tho treatment of colds and cronp has won for it the approval and praise it has received throughout foreignhindspepGlm Grammatically speaking a kiss is a conjunction even with the new kissing bug A WONDERFUL CURB OK DIARRHOEA A Prominent Virginia Editor Hail Al uiost Given tp But Was Brought Hack to Pcrfrcl Health by Cham berlains Colic Cholera And Diarrhoea Remedy RED illS EDITORIAL Hillstllle Va Times I suffered with dlarrhoeo for a long tlhie and thought I was past being cured I had spent much time and money and suffered so much misery that I had almost decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the re suit but noticing the advertisement of Chamuerlains Colin Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some testimonials stating how some wonderful cures lad been wrought by this remedy I decided to try It After taking a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble and I wish to say further to my readers and fellowsufferers that 1 am a hale and hearty man today aural reel as well as I ever did in tnv life O R Mom Sold by Perry Thomas sepClm No woman is really in serious earn est until she weeps on her best pocket handkerchief Whites Crfoain Vermifuge is perfect ly harmless and will remove every worm It is also a Ionic and by its strengthening properties will restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health Price 25cfs ia septO Iru when a man is in love lie either works himself to death or docs not at tend to business at alli 13Ia1 ralCII12UD ITzeo- Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Cart cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck CrOast Stomach Legs or Arms are nil curable bv B B K l5olanic Wood Balm which fa made especially to elITe nil terriblo mood DIeoases Per sistbut Sores blood and Skin Diem khijd Swofula that rttfint other treat mejita areqnickIyeHT Tby 11 Botamnic Blued 1ituii f du EruPt iO nll Pjcrrples Red Iwittnte Eczema Scales misters Red or Brawn Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to lurid blocI and hence easily cured by It UB Syphilitic Blood Poison literally d rom system by B B H Botanic Blood Balm in one to livii luontbiu B B II does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One hot bydtlitgsamplebottlemail Wltfii yon wrjite describe impt- Olf14i1I1ti pehKWial lice cd fad attylhi will be clUd BICiid ltahi-Gei3Mre AlMihijIu I EASE ANti DISEASE 4rA Short Lesson on the Jleanin ufaVFamiliar Word Disease is the opposite of ease WebVster defines disease as lack of ease un diRqlliltItuncut of tire physical organism A vastVmajority of tho disease from which people author is duo to impure hlixxl ji Disease of this kind is cared by Hoods Sargapanlla which purifies onrirhiai and vitalizes tho blood liootls SarVsaparilla cures ftcrofuln salt rheum pimples and all eruptions It tones appplite 1 the wholo hotly It reverses the conVdition of things giving health comfort and ease in plnco of disease 1m Jn The trouble with a great many pco a plo who stoop to conquer is that they never straighten up Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment re lies tine intense itching It soutitesVheals and cures chronic cases whereVsurgeons fail It is no experiment its erJbottleties tubes 75c lerry Thomas inn The average womans idea of prsVperity is being able to buy tire most ex pensive scouted soap Totter SaltRheum and EczemaVThe intense itching and smarting mid dent to these diseases is allayed I by applying Chamberlain Eye and Ointment Many very badascshave been permanently cured by it It VV is equally efficient for itching piles andVa favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per boxV 9 Dr CadIs Condition Powder arcVjust what a horse needs when Ia badVcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food butVmedicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 lents per package The real joys of a picnic are in thinkVing about its pleasures after its annoy ances are a week old As an external liniment of most won powerBallardsby any other in tho world Price 25 and BOcts 6cptlm Wise mothers keep their children obedient by never asking them to do anything they dont want to A hearty appetite does not always InVdicate a Itio muttVthe qnaulty of food which is union but tire quuriurtity winch siiailutedwiiuh determines the actual value of tho food consumed If the stomach mind organsVof digestion and nutrition cannot ron andia of tire stomach and its allied orgnna utVdigestion and nutrition there hi eVeVIn Dr Piorce foldun Medical Discovery It removes clogVginig obBtructontrk It strengthens tira stoniach nonriHhen the nerves enriches the blood rmnd bnilds up the body ItVis a flesh foruxuhrg muscle making prt psratioh flesh instead of Hubby fRtdchlri ITbiJlcal VII COVery sbntaiiitf ill alcohnV yVrjy OrVeqirnllyftc D j = t = I r4u jiIII fl r REGENEROICOMPLETE BLISS jThe Great Lost bc Week SUoaz ER NCI ixirIt now within er rrnrii or ctrrv Amrrfrnn liilsjM tmiinirnt U positively unarunlral to ture tint mmiillcaU cwo of Xcrroos UrUlttf er WiMlns Dlwnse It nrt jwwerrullr and qntokljr A Nrw Mass lh lrnllv IVrfcrt l use mnl ufJlm n r of IMtUBKKItn Ymag men will re twin tlHlr lost mnnhowU anil UUJIcn will recover ttidr youthful vlcor U Invigorates anil restores U Nil tile ami vlcor nil afferent from Seminal Weak ixwes IiQiiotcn r Varlcocele Spermattorhea Nblity Emission Jam Unln ami JloacuUr rower W uk Memory Wakifulness EU Dreams Despoil doncy Ijirk of ConlWrtice and nfl effect of pelt IMc joitnl etcets ant lrdu rctlon whlcfi nnflui ore lor buataeesMutyor nxirriase ItFUKVEHO voco Lt escs to the roet ot the eUeaaoiht Is hy ft cio Iththe crpnl tNrrTr Tonic In the world that WwhyItIro J Vleor nnd Anion and restores the Ilre of Youth It U a marvelous flood rurl CrrtJntWwbf the JlnU Glow romro Lark lo rkIa c ilnbtnp nhavlneHn SENEUO fan bacarrk In vot pot llr mall 81OO per la m 4s err tQ3 ViT rhrnfully rrfnnd tiir TBrv winre Kr lioxfs Io not e1Tec n cure Oirculun frro A Mm ntla American lteot BQBOEAUX JdUJTJLU gD25Co1umbus For aala in HIchmond by Perry A Thomar DrulQlt septzily 4 1i IH r vit Li n I1 tI n lt 0 gCZ 0 g 6tT = u u0 u ca1r I0 1 0 = i z cIj S I 11 IE rr t do gog z I I IAIo00000000 S 00000000s e 0 s= ari 0 1 q Ij I tJ4peJJ 11 14 Hp iii11i1 I Ino11 JJ I aaaaa 0o 8gg Jaaes MfS ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS ANSES THE 5VSTE- MSPELEFFECTUALL j dEADAGfEVE S OVERCOMES 1i4 COSTIPATJON PERMANENTlYlT5 nUT THE GENUINE MAMTD 6y iIFNIA fiG 5YRVr nnl It oraLou cwO3 PcL I2 1janS4y County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon dayLexington Fayette county second Lincoln county second Mon dayGeorgetown Scott county third Monday Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jcssamine county third Monday Winchester Clark countv fourth 1londayVersnilleswoodford county fourth Monday woo 0 THIS WEEKS000 000ss goSpcBtd Lnders il 1 oe Os s s e DOIPT FORGET IT 0ss 0s i g Reduced Prices 0eee g 00 e CUavaxves SaXe oxv aV e Summv TtflatevvaXs QI 0 v esSc Choice Stylos in Lawns dBc Percales All going at SLAUGH 00 TER PRICES 000 SQ Ins SS S SS illlro 1llllJSce1m1jp SSSS SSIllth nm So e SSI a i OSISSSOCUT PRICES OF ALL l ffi SUMMBR UNDERWEAR 11 i G 0s 5ISa 0SSS p LOSSWomens Tan and Black Oxfords regular price 150 can be purchased in the se sve next TEN DAYS for 100 All others SOI OS SSS e SS reducedU SS s 5s- SSa S- Ot4S SSS c g ClO Ecijjjnll mITl mm aa e 9 5o flea 0All sizes good quality ateo g COST And remember our 0055Clothinr Suits complete at 3055g Wholesale Prices asSS55S0055 OS eeIDifiTJlllnH liii ill W llnJ0 e OSS 0oS0Tare advantage of this Re 00s5 g duction Sale Cometo Mc OUKee s when you want to Ce ell 5 save money Respectfully oe co e e 05 SoSft McKEEC3GOSI Os O c S 555 5 S S ev e 0O8GQ OU8 = ea rl Uhn4OIIGUilIGNinTS OOaoSlL1flr I4 7vur rttdepot sod If pprtttj aUHQ1 eUy so rrjreent1 ul 4MII IPS s IIb sa sOon ysrl1fPrt4 rruttehary ihSPflSdZtftSreIgbg mIrIVEreturn you lij a dnyjrouan not HUlflod Xittllta 51100CIBUflDIO1Ii VJARF0oDPsn Die 4tr it rrti uiuc nrluiu 1amei with airnIPOOYETriTillhl3111Jr W tJiJI1l1U UET MATICJf OAKpLIiakt rfltrOm5tKbttotflsedaSert or ds ts Uu n4 Irnirth ta14 and btaj jo wwlnc tiixj I disprs bint H ikcktm fisap tarred paneled cmboiwd uui castYibretlnrhutLIi1Iberat Ioprci4 Inoisi teLadjeztebt presoer foot imroted sbettle deooraidssdCURAN1ED Idtt utSsisdp4ak tellijustiuaeUoeITourjtorelc8 p lli S4OOOa hp t jca wy wM fl flJt t0 5000 f47cutest sisa7er Is 11 Mt 51154 5e5fl iky ona 1HCnUtlafuUrIops Metucii 4eo ar1 esr thnrus lisa hly lbfa ei1SW4EJKor n si 057755175 M4q1I SCAMS ROE3UCK upr5Cm Ii CO cc4oo It ri CORJESPONDENCERICE8TATIO Esttll county Watermelons are plentiful Miss Mona Prather returned to Val ley Vipw Monday Mter a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs John Wilson Messrs W I Rice Chn Rice Joo Wilson J M and F M Kerby at tended court in Riihmond Monday Tho young people aro having a good tinw at the several parties which tire given in this community fiotial in terist it on a boom Altai Pearl Gentry returned to her home in Richmond Tuesday after all enjoyable visit to Miss Bertha Wilson on Stalitm Camp An extra train came up Friday anti hauled away ten cars of ties which Wagers Rice have only heed ten days in buying at their store Jus W Park who is attending mi dThll8ln of his sister hll J F Scri vner Dr T P and Mr J S Gardnprspeut Saturday in Richmond They met many of their old C IL mates and friems which wits quite n treat to thorn Ihllllpllctago a him pave the Station a call Friday Come again Bro Wilder Quito a number of our people aro at tending the series of meetings at Ir vine held by Rows Laweou and Abbot of the Presbyterian church levI Lawsons sermon of Sunday was especially a powerful one and the writer does not remember hearing n finer display of beautiful thoughts COTTONBURG Mr T Long of Danville visited rela tives at this place Saturday last DrJ IL Perkins and wife of Wal laceton visited tho family of J P Long last week BOBN To the wife of Robert Jr nco Miss Flora Ray a bouncing- ten pound boy christened William P GoebelIMrs W T Cotton of Bloomington Illinos is visiting her host of friends here We are glad to have her in our midst again UNION CITY Rev J K Sliipp preached to a large congregation Sunday last Prof James Nelson is teaching a flourishing school at this place Miss Mattie Ferrell will leave shortly for a brief stay In Winchester Miss Mary Green was the guest of Miss Gidie Green a few days last week Misses Basic Hackett and Maud Shearer of Red House visited Union last Sunday Miss Mattie Ferrell has returned to her home after a visit to friends and relatives at Kirksville Ms Ollie Smith of Richmond was the guest of Mrs George Noland nee Miss Katie Green last Sunday Miss Minnie Tipton has returned to her home at Speedwell after a delightful stay ot two weeks with Miss Nora NolandMr Frank Gentry Parrish of New Orleans La who has been the guest of his cousin Miss Mattie Ferrnll for the past few dnvslins returned to his home MR BRYANS TRUST REMEDY Mr Bryan lOtS outlined a plan for regulating the trusts which is an improvement upon Mr Depews in that it contemplates the protection qf all the people against oppression and extor tion while Mr Depews suggestion looked mainly to the protection of investors against fraud Both statesmen rely upon Publicity as tho remedy and both ask that the National Government shall compel that Publicity by an exercise of its power to regulate interstate commerce Mr Bryans suggestion is that the Government shall forbid any corpora tion to do business in any State other than that of its Incorporation except under a national license and that as a condition of such national licensing each corporation shall make complete reports of its capital stock earnings Ac showing that its stock has not been watered and that its dividend ratios are based upon actual investment In brief the licenses should be issued under such restrictions as would make monopoly Impossible There can be no donbt of the consti tutional power of the Government to regulate trusts in some such way as this Tho regulation of the railroads by the Interstato Commerce Commission has established an AXaCt precedent for this and it has also demonstrated something of tho practicability Qf such regulation At present there is almost a complete nullification of tho laws against industrial trusts and other monoplies because Mr McKinlays AttorneyGeneral holds that the States alone have power over them while the State officials plead that they aro vul nerable only to Federal attack Mr Bryans plan would afforij an interest lug experimentNew York World j pPI 60 I JtO J REMOVES THE CHA1NOFS1CK NESS AND MISERYI- T STRENGTHENS THB STOMACIIPUEfKS BLOOD INOUWSKS T- 1HNERVES AH8 UK lIE- LUNGS I J r A v LflTheexperlenceofJf1atemityshpuldtotbeappr acie4 ri Correct and practicalcotrasslk what the expectant and would beMother needs sad this coun I she can secure without cost by CAPABLE MOTHERHOOD wntuig toMrs Pinkham at Lynn MasS MRS ORA GILSON Yates Manistee SiIt1gingand consulted physician but received no benefit and could tJ not become pregnant f lSeeing one of your books I wrote to you telling you W my troubles and asking for advice You an swered my letter promptly and I followed the directions faithfully and derived so much benefit that I cannot praisetLydia L Pinkhams Vegetable Com f fpound enough I now find myself t 1 i pregnant and have begun its use again I cannot praise it enoughMRS PERLEY MOULTON Thetford Vt writes It DEAR MRS PINKHAM I think Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is an excellent medicine I took several bottles of it before the birth of my baby and got along nicely I had no afterpains and am now strong and enjoying good health Baby is also fat and HealthyMRS CHAS GERBIG 304 South Monroe St Baltimore Md writesuDEAR MRS PINKHAM Before taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vecetable Compound I WAS myhealthand pride of our home HELP YOUR PASTOR Ho is your best friend and you ought to regard him as a brother beloved Look at his library once in awhile and it may be yon will see the absence of a book that will be helpful to him in his studies Call round to the parsonage and occasionally put in some conven ience that will relieve his hardworked little wife of much labor and burden When vou meet him In his rounds speak kindly to him and make him feel that you appreciate his ministry If you hear llim criticise unJnstly take Ills part but do not tell him every thoughtless thing that some unwise person may say about him If in his conduct you see something not exactly proper go to him lovingly and talk the matter over with him and if he Is the man he ought to be ho will appreciate your interest in him and be benefited by your wisdom Do not speak des paraginirly about him or his family anywhere especially in the presence of your children They will not forget your remarks and when he tries to do them good you have rendered this improbable by your lack of prudence If from any cause whatever you do not happen to like him keep that to yourself pray over it and the little dislike will disappear And if he should happen to offend you do not pout and take the grievance to some one else and treasure the thing against him but see him in person and if he Is at fault ho will make the amend honorably Love him and teach your children to love him and you will derive great good from his life and from the ministrations of the truth as he talks to you at Sunday service Texas Christian Advocate Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr theIsnbiecteyes en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetitegradually growing weaker day by day Three physicians hail given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bit ters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improve ment I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per hot tie at Perry Thomas Drug Store Successors to W G White 5 GOY BRADLEY WONT SPEAK Govnor Bradley it seems will not make any speeches for Taylor andsome of the Republicans are in the dumps A Frankfort special says Col John W Lewis and Maj A T Wood have denied that Gov Bradley told them he would make speeches for the Republican State ticket and it develops that the Governor has had no formal invitation to speak It Is said that Senator Deboe is opposed to ex tending such an invitation and that the Governor is not in a humor for campaign speaking anyway A Frankfort story has it that Republican Nominee Taylor has himself in the extremity of his need applied in person to Gov Bradley to como to the rescue of tho Republican machine and save the day by making a few speech Cs Each package of PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colors either Silk Wool or Cotton perfectly Sold by C LSear cy Waco Ky Thomas Ad ams Panojar Ky sl0lm Hot Weather Phenomena in Garrard The versatile and voracious Lancaster correspondent of the Interior Journal relates the following hot weather lyarna0 which go far to prove the fact that Joe MulbaUon is not yet dead Following the truthful statement of corn popping on the stalk in Mr Tqinlinsous garden other statements are made in reference to the torrid weather Squire Kinnnird says that sweet potatoes are found baked in the ground ready to be served so Lieut John Farra told me Bright Swine broad says that he saw a sorghum patch where the farmer was drawing molasses from the standing stalk the juice having been boiled down by the beat of the sun Tbeoodcockdroppe doad A Frightful Blonder Ile1JurnScaldfca Salve tho best in tho world will kill the pain and promptly teal it cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers iBoils Felon Corns all fikitf eruptions nest Pilp cure on earth OnlyiScehta a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry fc Thomas Druggist 5 rWhen a boy ceases whistling coon UpaftdL2af r J vH I w wUH t r1J Fr c COLORED RECRUITS WANTED The Recruiting Officer at Lexington has just received instructions to enlist sound ableboiied colored men for Cavalry service in the Pblllipine Islands These men aro wanted at once and should apply to the Recruit- Ing Office at Lexington Ky Boys between 18 and 21 years of age must have the written consent of Parents or Guardian witnessed by a third person- A sweetscented shrub indeed is Old Bill Beckner of Winchester Not sat isfied with bolting the Democratic nomi nations he is said to have been in Frankfort last week to urge Gov Bradley to make speeches for Taylor Alter tho currying down that tho gov ernor gave him a few years he must have the cheek of a government mule to call on the governor for any purpose much less to ask such a favor of him Bill evidently loves to be kicked Stanford Journal For wounds burns scalds soresjskln diseases and all irritating eruptions nothing so soothing and healing as De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo Mrs Em ma Bolles Matron Englewood Nursery Chicapo says of it When all else falls in healiiiR our babies it will cure Perry Thomas Some years ago the Louisville Lot tery attempted anti succeeded In con trolling legislatoin in the State of Louisana but the people rose in their might nnd wrested the State from its control Senator Goebel lisa done as much if not more than any other man in Kentucky to suppress lotteries in this State he has fought them in sea son and out of season and has thereby become a benefactor to the State If mainly through his efforts lotteries have been suppressed in Kentucky what hundred men of his traducers take the very pick and choice of them have done a hundredth part as much for the benefit of thq State as Senator Villlam Gocbei Paris Kentuckian Dr G Goldstien The wcllknown and skillful OPTIC SPECIALIST of Louisville Ky will return to Rich mond October 5 rooms at Motel Glyndon and will remain only a few days St9Ms Os t 0 Avast amount of blindness occurs through neglect of an optical defect of tho eyes not being attended 16 at tho proper time Many such cases have como under my notice The patient 10nJtsigblcdbut one to a large extent which they 8YtIs their weak eye the other hav- Ing little or no defect and should the case of the weak eye be shortsighted It increases rapidly the eyo with tho greatest amount of optical defect gets out of use similar lo a squinting eye the sight thus quickly deteriorates until U looses all perception of light some simple accident having bccured to the other eyo Busing permanent blind fness Others there are itht largo ainqunt of dofectin bothe7eaitnlay be longeight as well as mixed flstig matism They can rqad for sometime by holdVgthe book very close to the eyes owing tp spasm pf tne djlBry muscles apparent sliortsiKht anti thus the patients consider themselves nearsightedand believe they will improve as they cat older but it fre quently ends in paralysis of tile uik toftllpd1nessbolt WltbrHatLspectaclosbeei prop erJy adopted In tjnio to correct the errors of refraction they might have enjoyed good sight all their lifetime Dr Goldsteins systeinpf tests result in perfect fit compensating for natures adjustingnormal eye the large requirement has boon nearly or entirely overlooked by must of tho opticians of tho day tr icjft8enaolesand with the latestscientiffe apfaratusi to correctly test the sight and by a suitable collection of ICIIBCS ob specta cles to give relief to and strengthen thiH 1Cifor tho varied requirements iri professional or private life CONSULTATION AND EXAM NA nON FnE OFFICE HOURS From 10 a w to 8pm IItinq T office fiL TtGi1rII to L valziuiCLtisItucky 1 0 t j t JaefcWMjfThe Jackson Hustler saya flees Cbllefciafe Institute oponod Tuesday moaning vrltlf an enrollment of 82 aa against 64 last term This is nn improvement The prospects for theschtiol are more thateiing than ever before Let ev ybodynt1kfor it and ileoverytliinc they can think of to promote its prosperity It is the one great beacon JiRbt of the mountains pushing forward enlightenment and better condition 6 things generally among our people Mountain people should be proud of it they are proud of it and they will patronize it and work for It i The number of pnpils nrolle Wed nesday wag 1ro the largeStonrolfment for the second day of the session in the history of the Institution There are others who intend entering and thiy are urged not to loso tlio great advan tage of an early start but to enter at once or at the earliest possible moment Cliestor H Brnwn Kalamazoo 1HIh says Kodol lytpesoia lure ivilligestioidyspeptics Dijrcsts what you it without IIliI fnim the stoinarh and cures dyspepsia Perry Thomas A Drunkard Will Ono of the most successful merchantR of Richmond Jisiiduijius the following unique will and testament of a oner honored citizen whose name ho ties not give X leave to society a ruined character and h wretched example I leave to my parents as much sorrow as they can in their feeble state bear I leave my brothers and sisters aa much shame and mortification as I could bring on them I leave to my wile a broken hearta life of shame I leave to each of my children poverty ignorance a low character and a remembrance that their father filled a drunkards grave For tho convonience of those unfor tunates hereabouts who have started on the same road this awful will should be cut out and kept for their future use as they will have the same bequestso makeTheres always hope while theres One Minute Cough CureIt An attack of pneumonia left niv lungs in bad shape and I was near tIle first etapes of con sumption One Minute Cough Cure completely cured me writes Helen AlcHenrr Bismak N D Gives instant relief Perry Thomas A Total Abstainer Rev George F Clark who diedre cently at West ActoL Mass be queathed a sum of money Jo Berea College in Madison county Ky for the purpose of establishing new chair Tho will was probated at Cambridge Mats and the provisions of the bequest are peculiar Rev Dr Clark stipulated that the professor who is selected for the chair shall be a totalab stainer from tobacco and intoxicants andlils duties shall he to lecture on the evils of their use In case the college refuses the bequest It will go to the town of Mendon Mass and be ex pended in paying for lectures and other objects there BRIGHT BOYS STARTED IN BUSINESS Tho publishers of the famous big il lustrated weekly newspaper Pennsylvania Grit are now placing representa tives at every post office in Kentucky and they desire to secure the services of capable hustling agents in each of the following towns of Madison county Richmond Berea Waco Kirksville Panola Silver Creek and Valley View and in such other towns as are not al ready supplied The work is profitable end pleasant A portion ofSatnrday only is required Over fjQOO agents are doing splendidly No money whatever is required Everything is furnished free Stationery rubber stamp ink mid pail adverising matter sample copies etc Papers are shipped to be paid fur at tho end of each month Those not sold are not charged for Write to Grit Publishing Company AVilliamsporU Pa and mention THE IlioiraoxD CLIMAX spt33t They Think we Are Heathens- A friend in Grecncastle Indiana sent us a copy of the Banner a spright ly daily in which we find this unique notice Tho good people of Preston burg have probably been buying Herr Maxs goods under tim impres sion that they were the latest thing from Farce when in fact they were only castoff stockthntllorthern people do not want The Banner saya Nathan Max of Prestonburxi Ky is visiting friends in the city Mr Maxs home Is thirtynine miles froths rail0 road in tho heart of the mountainous regions of Kentucky just such as hits been brought before the eyes of the world by Mrs Murfree The peoplo are the Earner simple minded kindhearted ones that she tells about and have about tIm same amount of world ly goods that hers have Mr Max has a largo notion store in Prestonburg and frequently makes the rounds of northern cities to pick up odd and ends In the way of outofdate goods that northren people do not vnnt but that please his customers immensely He recently purchased a large lot ofpoint edtoe mens shoes and sold them to the women of his region without trouble A HUSBAND SAYS Plywife1 Mothers Friend she could hardly get around I do not think she couldget without v it now She has used it for two months and it is a great help to her She does her housework without trouble Mothers Friend is an external liniijient for expectant mothers to use It gives them strength to attend to their household duties almost to the hour of confine preparationtitat eon1rremedy drthatmakIt is the onlyremedy that the breasts in so that swelling or rising is impossible Dont take l1dnfiertha Mother Frlsad Iaiotit by 4evto4am w H i Send for t ur fret ftlustrMj book 1iKJoiMkW 1 I i o r ki t i W = Qns 4Js APPLEASEI4tmm TRYIg It i t t L CANDY CATHARTIC I I Oc 50ctw eq 4 eoeqsae owSaaUS Our Goods jOar prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial 1JF D 3 m mIDll ill m lIV DID j The ladies cannot be decei 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 the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WnlteAND Gibson1 SDR CALDWELLSN STILL SPRINGS White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN JijNB h T OQtht On the R N I B Railroad and the Kentucky Hiver in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery Tho Whito Sulphur is specific for skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in tho house flfFor further particulars address L L M TnOmLS rrofr maySlim IRVINE KY 135 ECONOMIST RANGES Q 5 a p p e a S S S a 5 tj 1111 11I tItIl J 1sJT Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LADUE jMITB i Wheeler Wilson Sewing Macnine Rotari Motioa aid Ball Bearings Fsrnharelo IIJ III 1 i ALL1DR- UGGISTS oaD 24 I A A fTheyre the best c + 1Thats why you want to see them before you buy WQ mean tV our c fJt Insurance OaSOl1ne 1 Stove A jA FOUND ONLY AT THE Cash Hardware Store of 3 I DOUGLAS SIMMONS y flflRefrigerators Champion Bin ders and Mowers Hay Hakes c Binder Twine Etc 4mehily JJJJ 1t JA BOON TO MANKINDI D TALERUCKEy I PILE l w I tLEJlLBEr CURE f A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JAMES F BALlARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS j For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists JanlI Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PitoriUBToii I Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FINE WORK i4 SPECIALTY Those who are contemplating buying Marble Graniteor any kim if Cemetery Work will find it to their Interest to callat tho old stand in tlic nar of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select train at to suit all claws Jf iItlKentuckyIn every phaso Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application flf YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDTKI JK3VIES T HKTVnUTON Proprietor J i iii i 4 Ii WHY SUFFER AGONY t antecdIe a i The first treatment brings immediate relief It has 1cured thousands and will cure you politiciani a Afterycaraof suffering DONS PILE OINTMENTAyas rec roimendd to tee The use of one box effected a pentjnrfcnt cure Ii vlunttrJlysvl OU tiw tttemcnthnIln it will be the means bringlnyourwondcrfui remedy to the attention of Jlh rsufIIwith piles Price JIQO Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY Ji CHATTANOOGA TENNt CURESPILE Hvctbiy D c 7 It ttGt i i 1t