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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): September 20, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899092001_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): September 20, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I THF RICHMOND CLIMAX. YOLUME 26. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1899. IN WEST KENTUCKY. VI Pr'mts Ho NUMBER 16. For Rent! office rooms over Doug-his & Simmons' hard-war- e Choice of three good M V with modern convener iences. store, Main St. Also very desirable eight-rooresidence, m GRIGGSBY & B1UNCEY. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS.. XWrTJ KR STOCKY. Jrni-.Building, next door to febS-l- y aniierVK'aW.ial Sank. ItitnttWn. - J. Attoiix b yat Law, -- new coloring and designs: New Reds, Blues, Greens, etc Papers from 5c per roll on up in price. White Lead and Linseed Oil at factory prices, (freight added). Window Shades from 10c each on up in price. The mixed paint that we make in white and shade of ordinary color for SI. 10 per gallon is not only the best for the money but is the best on the the market at iny price. We can't adver tise all of our inducements, so call and see for yourself pointing, rarely exceeding "mteeftf our line of Wall Paper, Win- oushels per acre. dow Shades, Paints, Oils, In Kentucky tho weather was gener Glass, Picture Frames, Ar-- j ally favorable to threshing, and no retists and Painters Supplies! ports of sprouted grain- are received. generally, stock the largest,! Yield continues to prove light, with the quality holding up to tho excellent prices always the lowest. - Paint, so let us make you a price to furnish the material and do the work in a skillful workmanlike manner. The smallness of the price will simply astouish you. We have received in the last 30 days diref from the factories several smpments of New Paper Hangings, in all the 1 IS THE TIME KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. to Paper and CONDITIONS OF CROPS AND LIVE STOCK SEPTEMBER 1, 1899. Replies wero this month from 143 correspondents, representing 100 counties. Wit RAT. Throbbing has proxressetl hi the Northern and Western States' of the winter wheat lmlt without developing ftny change from conditions previously reported. The crop is a light one in yield and considerably below tho aver-nr- je in point of quality. Spring whent harvest in nenriug completion and eotrio threshing has been done. In addition to the injury to the crop in Minnesota and the by the hot winds, further datnape by hail and wind storms has occurred. the loss beinj? total in a number of counties in Minnesota and South Dakota. Jtain during the latter part of August has interfered witli harvesting and threshing in North Dakota, South Dakota. Minnesota and Nt.hmst.--i causing sproutine shock khd stnek and uieacningoi tub standing fcrain. The Da-kot- as AVA On the other hand, in the Eastern, Southeastern and Southern counties, devoted more particularly to raising stock sheep, the number is correspond ingly decreased, being but 80 per cent. of the number in 1S9S. Cattle The number of feeders" com pared with 1898 is 85 per cent. Cattle are suffering annoyance to an unusual degree from the 'horn fly." which I more numerous than ever known This, witli tho 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 county. Horses The number of "weanlings" Is 85 per cent, of the number in 1898. Mules The number of "sugar mules" is estimated at 80 per cent.; "cotton mules' at 83 per cent, and "weanlings" at S8 per cent, of the number of 1898. Hogs Tho number of hogs is esti mated at 87 per cent of tho number of 1S98. A number of counties report an unusual scarcity of hogs. Hog cholera is prevalent to a limited extent. Thirty correspondents answer the question, Havo you hog cholera?" affirmative ly and 108 answer in tho negative. Baking Powder NEW TORS FASHIONS. Many brilliant ornaments adorn the Imir. 'Cycling costumes of gray linens are very ornate. . Some white felt 'cycling hats have black brims. is in turtle The newest pocket-boo- k form, and hangs from the belt. Some of the new hats are startlingly bis, and Hire dreadfully around the face. For little boys just escaped from baby clothes, Best & Co. show charming little suits with navy uniform as foundation. They are so touched up with (icceRBories in the form of large collars, draped silk waistbands,pulTed breeches, etc., as to be very charming. The fashions of next sea-o- n will bear but little resemblance to the style of Clinton Democrrt.) Rev. Of J. JL Flat, a venprahle it-- ininlt-tr- r TV I 11 tpyfOlcd . Makes the food more delicious and wholesome aovAt SAimia powoo eo., stw tosx. thn Method church, who ci joys DISEASED tho love and confidence of uuire Koplo than probably any other man in Hick man county, sends us word lo whoop NO PAY things up for Goebel even unto the THE KC7 METHOD THrATMENT. tn onfioal with lr?. K. A: K will ioti-9fday of the election. ureijr euro lorevcr any iona or JJiooti or r Uncle Jako Evans reports that the Sexual tli?mo It ia tho rcfult nf 3t) lr, Democrats in Goodjoin's precinct are ineMuiscascs. I til solid for the ticket. Goodjoin is a WE CURE SYPHILIS B Democratic htronghold and always does This tcrriblo Blood Poison, tlio terror its duty. In 1896 Bryan got 2&1 votes of mankind, yields readily to our NEW at Ilugg's Store, besides 51 in Polo, TIlEATilENT. Bewaro of Jlcrcury. Potsrh. etc lhcTmar thus plncing the district in the lead of i lfTt'U harerorciin tho ruin Tour rvitem. mouth or tonsur. pains in ino;oint3, joro inroat. .lair cr all others in the county in Democratic erebrons fallme out.rlmnlcsor blolrhr. votes a position in the column it will yti stomarh derantrcmcnt, roro eyes, licad- nao mcrrcoauary no doubt strive to maintain this year Si anno, vie., you l'oifon. We solicitbidec tho of this Blood most ftuUnato casM, and rhallesee tno Capt. Williams, of Cairo, Illinois, claims world for n eao wo sceeut for treatment adjuster of the Mobile and Ohio railand eannnt ritc Ilr our trcntmcnttho l ulcers hnil. tho hair gran's again, rainn road, was in town Monday and wore on and tafo. maniace Is his coat lapel a Goebel button. He said that the Democrats of Illinois CURES GUARANTEED were astonished that there should he Thonramltof Tonntr nnl miilulcaml hnve thir viK'T anIitality (spral any disaffection in the party in KenImenearly abure, later oxccsne. mental tucky with such a man as Goebel, the etc. Mo matter tho eaure, our i New JletlioJ Treatment is the refuge. uominee- Tho Illinois Democrats look upon him as not only one of the brain WECURE POTENCY est men in Kentucky, hut as an inAnd restore rll iarts to n normal condition. Aicliition, lifo and enerey nro comparable leader who should comnnd ono feels bim-rl- f a man mand the undivided and enthusiastic amniiKmcn. Every cafo i treated no rtire-ahtnro our wonder- support of tho people. ful jucceff. No matter what aits yon, MEN. f REPAIRINO AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES A tirEUIALTY. MO CURE" I I I c: 6eaw fVl' fc(f.tx All Work Guaranteed. 0 'i 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. 3 j m Rest, and Peaceful ! Svet" M - -- ll "What's the news in Madison?" was Watteau effects wilb be all the rage. asked of Elder Joseph Ballou, who returned from his preaching appointment tliere yesterday. "Goebel's going to Iks the next governor, if all the States is like where I have been." was the laconic reply. Stanford Journal. consult lit confidentially. Wo can hank IkukI to guarantee lo accomplish what wo claim. fur-ni- 'h 521. KICIIMOXD, KENTUCKY. over Taylor's Hanlware Rtore, Court lloiine, on Mnin Street. HOGG. r xri.' te f Iffice 11. 15. v it r t7 & 36; OHice No. 13 First St., wpfitaTTB. J. C. & D. M. GHKNAOliT, TTORXEYS A T AtH, RICHMOND, Second Street, over Office on A grade promised earlier. Considering tho favorable indications M. for a higher future market the cron is boing marketed freely. Report show n X Ms Street. out 57 per cent, of crops in farmers RICHMOND. KY. bauds September l,as compared with 70 per cent, on September 1, 1808. Preparations lor scedincr the next crop is well advanced, although work is now suspended in a number of counties on account of a second drouth. Forty per cent, of fall plowing was completed September 1. WM, Chen-aitlt- 's RrooeT'. W. R. LETCHBK, Altoi'ftyj-at-Zaw- Dr. Goldstein, The Optic Specialist, WILL. RBTUR TO RICHMOND , $ In a number especially in the central section, the rains ceased at a time when lato corn was at tho stage when early corn sustained Such injury, and unless rain tomes sown, may provo'bVen lighter thah fearly corn. CORN. of counties, Kit IIMOSD, Office With "T. T-t- Coviiit6ii"t 'Mitchell's. C Kestcckv. J. Smith, Jr., over In Iho Western ttountitts Ihe riiins Thursday, October 5th, FOR TWO DAYS ONLY. Lowry, Ailorneiit-Zoio- , Tliyxrley BuiMlMg. Kichond, Ky. 3SIYSI0IANS. 'DRS.'iBSON, if IS. YSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. i5t.ioNn, ond Street, over Wniie ... & GIBSON, I), net in the Joe Colin, building, it and . old drugstore. o Secsj- - CHAS. HOOKER, T ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Dentistry nil Sterility R Brleclalty. OItice up stairs, over store recently accn-?- ! by Kihmoncl Harness Co., East Main fit apri-i- y ctuuonn, tvy. PURITY OF TONE, combined with great ranpre and power are some of the strong points of the Coho-ver, . C. Tflcptxtttle Mtjilicino and Surgery. the Citrr residence Utoildway. ----- JASPER; M. T ple) ob OBire 4'ratlinr Building, Main Street. K'.'f'MOSi), f and Crescent Piano. Schubert Kingsbury Kentucky. I an W.'BWSS, it ""Physician and SuuawiN, - ' - Kkntucky J&.T. J.TAYLOU, Practitioner in iMicine and Surgery, Kichmoni). .-- Kentucky fl and residence on Second Street. of very sold (Construction it is reco'mmeuded to those who desire 'durability as Weil as a handsome appearance nnd fine finish. Ve liave several styes. Some in Mahogony, Kosewood, 'etc. Prices range from $225.00 up. Easr H. G. KENT, Agent, RICHMOND, KY. pay-merit- s. ESJSTAL SUSGEEY. EARDING & RIEHM. W rVOItlte y "DEXTIST, IjOCISVtLLK, KT. 12-- nnt door to Government RIohtrrBnil.'Ky. Office hoars lo 'n?vi7-r- Building, 1 to i. tQn.JZ&SD SMITH, DENTIST. over Collins Grocery, same office llntely occupled'by Ur. W. W. Bargin. Janl2-l- y e, !Dr. l&uis Ii. Landman 'fo.VtVCTt Ninth 8treet, Cincinnati, Ohio, -- ilf ht at the Ilotcl ZImmcr, nichmond, Ky., on FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1899, retnrninR every second Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of Rich- continued longer anJr; late torn will make a full average tro&. Some early corn is being cUl. tale Corn will hot be less'merltsiorSTckimd JSer'vous They 'niake ttnre bVood and safe frolvnJanger before October 1. strong netVesahd WJriVd toft y'ou'riiealtb. The tondition for the State, as a to take. Try tfietii. Only 25 cents. whole, averages 73, which is thaaver- rfol cWred. Sold by PerHgeon August 1. the condition Sep- Money back U 5 tember 1, for the past two years, was, ry & Thomas, Druggista. September i. 185)3, J05'; September 1, JUDGE TXWvYA. 1897, 88, The Western Section shows tho hig'heBt average condition, l, an To nse impolite lansruaire. this lias' Improvement of four points 'during aj been a icanroafc-ik Km. tt& HV-- nf month. In the Central tfection th'e con- which, erVAps, Tils notfeeeh known in; dition isttS, and lor the fio'dtheaffreTn this country, says the Winchester Sun'.i section it is V(i. tt has become, a- 'common expr'essTon In a number of the extreme WeVterVi upon Vfie sYreets A'at you cannot be- counties "army worms" threaten t6tal heve.anything you the papers. fee t destruction of lato corn. "tiff I, ?, in A striking example of this feature was exfticited Monday evening, when 'the TOBACCO. papers publjsri'ed an Tobacco Iins greatly improved dur- Louisville 'evening Cpv'ington rhte'rview of Judge arid white the improve- alleged ing August, P.Tarviu, of that city, to the effect ment was checked 't'osorae ektent by 'of rafricr, th'e o'ufco'm'eis that he would turn hia back on the the cessation iietno'pt'atic Slate ticket, and that Mr. very fea'tis'factdry. The condition nomination was a great 1, aVerages 78, hht iraproVe-men- t Gpehel's Of nine p'din'ts duriug the in'offtli. calamity. The coriditfon SeptemTier 1, 18V)S, was Tina interview was sent and publish 00; in 1807. CO. In the Western "sec ed while Judge Tarvln was making a tion tho conditions averages 70; in the peech at Frankfort in the interest of Central 73, and Southeastern 84. The the ticket. Later in the evening,when Western condition is materially affect the papers containing the interview ed by damage from vast numbers of reached Erankfort and Judge Tarvin worms, which are reported more num saw it, he denounced it as a lie out of erous than ever before known. It Is the whole cloth and gave to the press estimated that 16 per cent, of crop was the following interview. "I do not know how to express m-- housed prior to September 1, which is self with any more clenrnees or more 9 per cent. less than was housed by specifically than in my cpeech this af same date last year. ternoon. I am for tho Democratic HEMP. ticket and platform. I intend to so Tho estimated average yield of hemp speak and vote. I believe that the de per aero is 675 pounds. The average feat of that ticket would be a great mis yield for 1898 was 850 pounds, For fortune, and thai its success would 1897 the yield was 760 pounds. greatly aid the Chicago platform Demo crats in 1900 I have not at any time LIVE STOCK. Sheep The number of breoding ewes expressed myself to the contrary. .At is estimated at 90 per cent, of the the opening of the campaign I received number in 1898. There has been a a letter from Senator Rlackhnrn, Chairsubstantial increase in tho Central man of the Campaign Committee, in counties, many of which report an in- viting me to speak for the ticket. I crease of 25 per cent, over last year, answered that 1 would do so in a few weeks, after getting some rest, which I had to have. AYhen the time came the Committee arranged this, meeting for me at Frankfort, and I have just epok 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,! have reached the conclusion since arriving here from New York that Senator Goe bel and the rest of tho ticket will be elected. Head-achesw Bows, flying draperies, and flounces are nlready appearing. Most of tho Autumn colors are ex ceedingly fresh- - and lively, many of thein suggesting the pompadour period. The latest thing in a bodice front is of PASTURES. checked silk with sleeve cuffs to match. Pastures in the Central counties are Many effects seen in dress trimmings very short indeed, while in the West aro simply adaptations of embroidery ern section grazing is still good. The stitches. A dress '61 warm brown ftashmfere condition averages 81 compared with average years. On August 1, tho con- - bodies fr'6'nt Hiid fcTeeV'e enfls of checked silk in two shadealflf hroWnfi. ition was 94. Moonlight Blue Is 4 n'ew parisian Apples contlntto to drop.and'orchard- It suggests a 'moohlfgbt bight ists are resorting to making them into; shade. cider to save a portion of the crop. inoettfcautifully. Evelyn Cable. The yield of fill and "winter apples will bo very light and ot inferior "finality. DWittvs Littfe kaVlV nently 'cure 'chrbntc constipation-- , bilCommissioner of Agriculture. iousness, nervousness And Worn out feeling; cleanse and r'eg'ulaie. the entire Tfiat Throbins rieiAttnf. system. Small, pleasant, never gripe or "Volld iulekiy leave yon. if von used sicken ''fahious little pils." Teiry& Dr. King's Now Life Pilfe. Th'otisiands Thomas. of suftererB haVe proved 'their Vnatch- AN ItEPrUvT PRESS. ' We treat nnd cure: EMISSIONS. I IA llTf'ml.T.T.' IIT.WL'T nVliirfll jSTltlCTl'ilK. IMl'DTEXCV! SKOHEf )ItAirS. I NNAXUKAIi DISrilAUU- Eri, KIDNEY and IlliAKnUKDifea-ef- . RON'SIir.TAHON FltEK. 1100KS P2FRKE. If unsblo lo call, writo forfV OIIE.STIO llliAli. tor 111U1U 50,000 CURED TKEATilENT. Patronize Home Imsuraace. I l Insure your AwellintTS', barss apd all other property In the Blue y rans Insurance Company. ot.XeingtOD, .Ky.. a. home institution Oirps. protection aealnst Fire, Ugbtnine and Tprnano. The cheapest and mpst .reliable company for the people our county now operating in the .State, .a'ndjgqtr cheaper ever year as long aVyqu contjpue in the company. For .further information call on their agent and collector, 8. U, B. B&ACK. .Ky , office, An Main Street, opposite Court. House ..next door to State Bank & Trust Co., second floor. j. 22 W. Fourth St., vllvwIMIVMI I, Kj. 0 SKI I have received a large shipment oi the handsomest qouehes ever brought to Rich-man- d and vi.U have them on special sale for the next, few weeks, at prices ranging", from $12 to $40. iTew, fresh, attractive designs and patterns'. tl mmmiw Cu t Th e Price In Two. Our Reduction Shoe Sale has iust opened. We. aro offering unmatched bargains in Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Never before wero Shoes sold at such prices, and , may:II-- y T. BT. CARTES, rres. C.JC. BOSWORTII, Scc'y. COOKfiTOTK, by freight CO.D- ADdthlt Ad. and evSk iena tcu tins - mbieet t rim(ntloD Tour frclcht 4epot jtsvA if i. Jit'i. W5 isy n . Sep-temh- er "Talk about newspaper work. Whv. ou fellows who work on modern ba-- i pers witli tilaVu costing up into, the hundreds of thousands of dollars don't! To bo had. We are making room forour immense stock know anything about it," said a super-- j of Boots and Shoes for Fall annunat'eu editor. lew the (1.00! WRITE FOR Ol'R FREE nt ith or nnd Winter. STOVE is r nr I120D "Let me tew you something about ind rreiirht elunrrt. This itore CATALOGUE. ! f IxeKo. I. ore" arly enterprise. It was during: the KxlSxlL lop Is x23i mtule from- bt pi j Iron, extr Itulnir Cu. txerj coyer, hearj-otqii door,and prates l&rjre Civil war down in Tennessee. . 'I was larre oren helf. beTj hndforo ornamentations and trlromtnfrs. extrt nvnoir, running a weekly and Grant kept Urffe deep, cenuineau4Uli rtuia IU banrr hand anr bare. Beit cal fume lanr ornamented we h ritkK it a everything .out. There wasn't a sheet rertf urnff trartwr. an extra Uwood prate, ma M ticmt. rr $4 00 Men's Shoes going at WK lt$l A DlhPISO;CAUl.Tra 53 00 m4 f paper in the, town, and our Washing trtrj etoTo and iruarautee nafe deltTety toroor rail 3 00 Men's Shoes RoitiR at 2 CO road station. Your IacsI deair woaM chrir y.rti fli.nr a ftOTf. ton handpress had broken, the casting for vneb miles. wsthe freight Is on It aUmt M.W tm 3 00 Ladies' Shoes going at each bin mi ysa si lsi lo.Ot. a1 trer necessary to maKe it woric was some- S E A RS, R O EB U C K & CO.flHW CHICi C3. Ill 2 00 Ladies' Shoes going at 1 CO where on the road, with Grant's army Own, ShWI c. sra Uanwtlr aprS-Eleiween us. But x got tliere. A. iellow muggled a wagonload of flour done up A large assortment of La in paper bags. The rest was easy. dies' Oxfords, just the kind There was a stranded circus in town. every" Ltnlv wants. At It had been there a year, and I used prices that will suit the the elephant tor a press. I put the Come poorest pocket-hooform on the ground and placed a flour early and get your pick. mg over it. The elephant's keeper then caused the brute to sit down on it, first-clas- s and we got twenty-eigim pressionn, two more than our circulaIt artificially digests tbo food and aids tion required." Berlin. Md.. Herald. Nature In strengthening and recon"They are simply perfect." writes structingisthe exhausted digestive or-nt gans. It the latest discovered digest-aRobt. Moore, of La Kayeite, Ind., of and tonic No other preparation Hewitt's Little iiarlv itisrrs, the "fa efficiency. It inau(T2-l- y mous little pills" fur constipation and can approach it In permanentlycures RICHMOND, KY. stantly relieves and all liver ailments. Never gripe. Per Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, ry de l nomas. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, i DR. CALDWELL'S The Best of Shoes 1 nIcfcel-pUt- Think of These: TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the handsome line" of desks a regular avalanche of beauty which are beingoffered at prices out of joint. rVP?5l ralUkU-UJwr- .1 m Kodol 306 Among my har-vestof k. furniture fancies, there is tff' no line more complete than our beautiful display of "Window Shades. Every stsle, every color, and every price. Call and examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentuckj'. Dyspepsia ht Cure Rich Goods at Digests what you eat. Poor, Prices. Freeman Bros., iYRUP PEFS! 'CURCS CONSTIPATION. cooa TTBirrrP E SS& B PI AN OPEN WINTER PREDICTED. SickHcadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and allotherresultsof imperfectdigestion. Prepared by E. C DeWItt &Ca Chicago. For sale bytPerry & HOW OKI Thus early all signs in the upper part of tho State points to open winter, says the Louisville Post. The husks on the corn are thinner thau usual, and this is taken as a sure indication of warm weather until lato in the winter. Birds that goes South with the first approach of winter have begun repairing their nests built this Bpring, showing they will 6tay in this region until late in the fall. The fur of the chipmunk and squirrel, which is heavy just previous to a hard winier, is found to be thin. Many farmers place great reliance upon tlieso signs, which have been handed down from father to son. The v 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 couchs and colds and all bronchial troubles; fur croup it has no equal," writes Henry One Minute Cough Cure. i nomas. Thomas. HEVILLE 220-22- 2 MOBEflLEY j Mil CALL SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. !! Splendid Winisr Grazing - S' m frtZp- snd Large fields of Finest Grain. om FAT.L CATAI.tlOUE Gives descriptions of these and other Scel Orain, also Clovers and Grasses, Vegetable Seeds, Bulbs, Fertilizers, Etc. Wrilc for It and prices of any Seeds re quired. snODSAir-N- . vr. J J- - j fl No W. Main Street, RICHMOND, KY. S3. NiGHT PHONE S3. DAY PHONE iniAn & 3IUSi?d,Lou;sr;i!e, mm fTJl7ff aug3Mw ly A Treatment That Cures Plaster, No Cancer. Coolest and most ref reshmff oi arinKS mat can oe iouna in the city are dispensed by and accommoup-to-da- te mk 2 00 I Ire. ' Mini Ar. 1 Klchmond Winchester....." 11 MayavUle dating clerks. Saratoga In Effect December 5, 1898 1 DAILY SXUEPT SUNDAY. n.rti. a.m 6 7 5 9 10 B AkV mond, Ky. febl6-l- y. k.lj present. Adorned She Looks Qfaalae Water Kept oa Tap, run. (O p.m 816 7 20 8 SO 5 10 4 23 8 40 Paste, No Catting, No Suffering, No Detention From Business, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay Unless Cnred. Iffi 1 it. wimioru, aoutn uanaan, uonn., Perry GOEBEL AND TEMPERANCE. ol & Phone 3. Second St. RIGLmOND, KT. 23 5 40 6 17 7 10 40 Taris "' 8 SO 7 Georgetown Ar. Frankfort . Lve. 7 00 Ask for tickets via Paris. J. B. NEWTON, Q. P. A. 20 03 45 30 23 11 20 "' CM&L! with one ot our handsome Loignette Chains is worth looking at. Dura ble, stylish, reasonable in price An itlcal birthday or wedding Onr now designs in Finger Rings are striking examples of the jeweler's art. Tho ladies are in love with them. They satisfy. That's why they sell so readily. Beauties for bargain buyer3. When in need of repairing give me a call. SHORT LINE TO -- New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Poor clothes cannot mike you look old. Even pale cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may be heavy and disappointments may be deep, but they cannot make you look old. One thing does it and never fails. , It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years in your hair. Tonaes Could not express the rapture of An nio E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., A TboBsaad ville every Thursday night ana runs mroucu to San Francisco. Pullman Tonrist Sleeping Car leaves Louis F. J. YEAGER, No. 28, 2d Ayers Vioor tell-tal- e vnnr tlrlret airent for narticulars or write toll H . Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Ialsville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to aiemptns ana Nevr urieans. A. h. HANSON, Q P. A., Chicago. VM. A. KELLOND, St. sepS-I- y Kicbmondt Ky Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years lad made life a burden. All other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she says of this Royal Cure "It soon removed the pain In my chest and I can now sleep Boundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe." So will every one who tries Dr. King's New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 60c. and $1 00. Trial bottle freo at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store; every bottle guaranteed. 5 A GLEAM A.O.P.ALonUvnie, Lumber For Sale! mill, near Waco, about three oak lumber hundred thousand feetol which I will sell at mill or loaded cn cars. For farther particulars call on oraauresa tht-ri- . 8F SUNSttME. itmv first-cla- July5-3m- o J. M. BOWMAN. Waco, Ky, km M( ui Dliio Mm . . Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WE8T BOUND. nnd Tilntrton Accom at Express for Louisville. Eastern Morehead and Lexington Accom New York Limited F. P. V HAST BOUND. nnA Mnrphenr! Accom New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and lit. Sterling Accom 6 55 am 7 SO am 3 00 pm 80 pm 9 IS am 68 am 6 30 pm 9 23 pm Itartaryrcrfully rcnclt of every ma nna nnicK.y. a cw n. rrtult of 30 dm u cl r.CGEriEHU. Ypnnc raca rlllriTaln lTirlr Inrt m.irh rd. arA CM Ilea their yuctbfi;l vlcor. ItHts r,ro Tor business. Ftudy cr ra .rtiarn. lliXXcEJ Is ihe oreatMt Htrino ever fold It ton csjinSr. Uy mall $U0 Can be carried in Tctvoctr-t-. ixir, or six lor Sj.CX Ko srnal7 Uii nonet Trhero sltlioics Co not t (Tret n. euro. Clrculora free. Address tho AidcKc.t.i oQco ol Aru'-Tica- FOR WEAK MEN Tho crrat rrrncli Itemrrty ullhtn eary U r.innn . 11 Washington Express permanently postpones the signs of age. Us:d according to directions v it gradually brings back tae color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as it did at fifteen. It thickens the huir also; stops it from falling out; and Cleanses the sctlp from dandruff. Shall we send you our book on tot Hair and its Diseases? It too da sot obtain all the MM-Xt- s yon exp:td tram the Ht ot trie vliror. write the doctor abort It ITobab! thre U some UcHt wK Tcwr emertl Ttein wfclcfc tmurbg. u)1t rnaortd. Adarasli Mk 4. e. atjw. aww. i Along with the gloom of the hard times, financially; tho gatherisg power of tho trusts; the enthralldora of labor the inclination of misguided Democrats to vote for Brown and the general un settled condition of tho country, comes the glad news that Siary Ellen Lease has retired from politics. Poor Mary Her nngratifled ambition to be Preel dent must be as a thorn in the flesh to her. We deplore tho los of her wise counsel in political matters, but th world will try to wrigglo along some way without her. May there never be another like her. Kicholsvillo Demo The attitude of the religions bodies Shelby ville, nnd possibly some other places in the Slate, toward the gubernatorial nominee of the Democratic party, Mr. Goebel, does not seem to be well taken. In the first place, the opposition seems to be based entirely upon Mr. Goebel's position on the Robert's temperance bill, introduced in the last Legislature. He opposed its adoption. But it is not claimed that his opposition was based upon ills disbelief in the principle involved. In fact, allegations of that character could not have been 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- temperauce or as opposing a movement intended to control or abolish the liquor traffic except from proper motives They have not done so; they are not truthful Kentucky Advocate. Bt Owensboro, Tlio Surceon's knife find burning plasters and tho horrible crude methods heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has been forever displaced by the advent of Dr. Register's New Serum and Anteseptic liuid treatment. This discovery works a new era in medical science nnd sufferers from Cancer, Lupurs, 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 tbo result of a scientific study of malignant diseases and Is based on the most rigid m tilic principles. tin-roug- umm sw m w k r IK-- Is worth more per bushel and more bushels per (m acre when put; in with a tiR in diseases of women, and for tho past ten years has confined his practice to suflerers. His discoveries of recent date for the euro of mallguaut diseases is duo to the ereat Increase of cancer of the womb end letnalo breast. A well equipped . fanitarlnm is emplovcd by hiin at 106 Court street, where- his entiro , .. . . .. : V ir ..a ... . if If Huuerm inini ti tllllo IS uevoteu CO ieruuio suiierure anu niuiignitub any disease peculiar to women or any manner of malignant growth or wre, write a full and concise statement 'of your case and get an hottest expert opinion free. Cures can be mauo at home. AUUrese, uim-uscs- Dr. Itesrister holds cold medals from leadincr medical colleges for proficiency FEMALE DISEASES. 106Court Street, Memphis, Tenn. Wheat Drill. ft s v4 Kentucky V" SEND US QME CotUUaS. Kirns and smnvrp. s avfi more plentifuL than ever 7U TinlM OUU, k;frrlktC. O. V..ulijntt laraoTSD SCM :j't, luilaatloe. "Vott cn enmliie It M yournem-w- t snd It yon and It oiuUy a rtpmeatnt, equal to oruan. tut to 10tf.e. thnrrf"tTloj jouercr mt pay null at tnan orjans adverted by otters at more money, ana Isr batter agent ear aaeelat 0 day esTer price, 321.73, therreUbt leas tbe 11.00, or M.I, and Irelpht charges. SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE SZ..pa. l.J5 IS ull4uhUuM Sl.UU. uSa.IUnaS,uUUSSW DOLLAR flti B8 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scientific compound haying the endorsement of eminent pnyaicians arid ttio medical press.. If'tlicests what vou eat" and postively cures dyspepsia. M. A. Illoominjtdalo, Teiin.,tys it cured unn oi indigestion o; ton years' stanu Ing. Perry & Thomas. al before and we have tne the linest line of Ke-tro- n, Shot Guns m$t of rlC ACME QUCEN JuakllainsWuvrMW. onVrcmthe you the iUaitrtionhown, whicti can form some 1dm oliu U CQffr&red dJ net from a DbolonrafU, Deauxiiui pplirmDC. xam irons nuc iirvr mkn ouV, antiqua finis abandomlT dcroratfdand oro&nientAclf thk icwt fcciaa latent 6 incur wonutot inyi tr ucnes vuo ana weitcns puuitas. Mien, ut (ncntbs loofr. xji. rrwipn, Mina ociTe, u ttcops, louowi: Casp.tr, Tirbl folefiaa, Hlilto, Clrt. CrmMH Yx KtBtui S OcUt I'nplrfV Cplrr, riapt4B 1 DLKAKLJC AAD dkr.iiiri. Hah m HVt wu icvcr madct klr. 8tTEKTI8T mm lTcB3wel rri IGrusttOrvM mm! 8ell 4 0U Orchrtrl flwrr f -y- -f Tmftl 7R crat. E. E. Turner, Compton, Mo., was cureu oi pue ny Hewitt's witch Haaei yeare baive alter sutienng evftit-eand trying over twaty remedies Physicians and sargeonti eintoriM it. Be ware of daugeroDS cottitterbiia. Tswry a pr B9RDL10X RKfiL Cif ilhoKH. scpU3-ly Through sleeping and dining car sertlce to New York. information, rales omleeperreserrations K. MOOD, Agent LJfcN.Ky., calloaorwrite n.t . t .1 H Jr For sale by Pjfrry or OBOBOEW. BAKNKY, D. r. X. O. O. Kf.. LexiawWn, Ky. "Ve uso to think the Courier-Journa mean bolter, bat never dirt it stoop to sucli low depths my oh may see in any iss&u of the Dispatcli. Jt simply won't tell the truth and won't allow its cor respondent to do so, either. Their cor rwftomlMt at thk p!K tried to give geed," a few weeks them so. bwt they reJuiw) t prist it OwUijcvik Democrat. Ever put in one house in Kentucky. Also ammunition of nil kinds 7S ifjar, fUJiMlmaPttaeittttlt tl4w Til E ACME QUEKN action comlttof thclabrtdSf Jl kei, which arc only c lieu wiui n Qwa la uie aiffaeit gnuw ik4 Cvipkn Mil Tax Mnaaa, alio bwt Ioljff) feltn, lMtbery, ete bello wi of the best rubber nloio, y beilows tloct arni fleets leather In TWea. TJIC ACKK QUKKN U forxilbel vlibalCUl bore led siaLe t'fbocn mirror, clckbl Dlafied DOdal fruooi. fre bu4 eYerr modem IsaproTsmeDt. We Wat ersu eleel Mil Me 6UARANTE1D luu Main Street, Richmond, Ky. vjfcr iAi jJtf iiti if lAf mi niti dti ijHiii mIv tv wrteten blndlBir tih-nirurastL fcr tho terms r condiWons of wfeich IC an part girt on Trr It one month anil im wilt remand your monejr if you aro net perfectly eold at tatKUcd. We of IhsMf oiYn" J eUISKK AT tflNCiC. INW'T EIM OUR RELIABILITY tS ESTABLISHED l1? net dealt iMtUHt your Bewibor attout tu,irr1te the nulillAjar of thla ornewvpoaHuijiiawoiui.1 rr.TyrJ Bana.orOm Kmcnaagellat. WanbCMjago; r r.crroati Cirluaire Ban. SewYorV cranj mh Try aaro . vcenpy enurnwe or wjo BinenBtwinw m efe oiaFawy m Oaiau, aa4 eaiplo aeariy 1M nw.i K oar on bIM!n, Hit MUMHliMTa3.w wruiMli-- K rHU a wyr aiaoaei )wnr qrrawi.ftai ac loweas y aniaa pnrew. BtMwnmiimw" M4ahu.-tajsmmI magical torti iiinwl allene. AiMssaa, 1 t. CM1CAOO. wl ICS. tt EAR8, 8IOSB1ICK A CO. (Iwe., Fatten, sksaiaiaa, MTtMI. fewier I trnciJ rrls pVlklMt, bk Till awii ,lmh. w iiiml c The Richmond Climax. J. C. OHKNAULT. A. D. MILLER O. E. WOODS. ... Call For Cit Democratic Primary Election. Of Proprietor. Badness Manager. 1st It is ordered that a Democratic Primary Editor. Election be held at the various voting precincts in Richmond, Ky., on the 12th day of October, 1893, to select Candidates for the November WliDN liSDAY, KKI l. 20, election. 1899. for Cnunrilmen and Chief of Police, and the polls shall be open from 7 o'clock, a m. to 4 o'clock, p. m., in Richmond. Ky , on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid KVBKV WKUVKSDAT Y purpose. 2d. That for the pnrpone of defraying the expenses of conducting said primary election, Co. the candidates who propose to submit their lames, shall, on or before the 12th day of October. 1899. pjy to the Chairman of this commit V KA It, tee the following sums. Each candidate for 1.511. r'lill k 1'Klt Councilman $2 00, and Chief of Police IS.0O. 3d That said primary election shall be conducted hy nrticcra to be hereafter selected by BEHOSRATIC TICKET. this committee. UU That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all J'Oll flOVKKXtllt, arrangements for holding Bald election- ."th. It is ordered that all legally qn.tlifled HON. WIM.LAM (10KIJKL, voters who consider themselves Democrats, OK KEXT0N COUNTY. and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now under ago of twenty-on- e years, who will attain their roii UKUTKXAMT COVHKNOH, majority on or before the day of the next genJlIglKAM, J. C eral election, in November, 1899, and who declare their purpose and Intention to affiliate NHLSON COUNTY. with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote in said primary election. Cth. That the chairman of this committee Vail aXTOUXEY OKNKHAL, give public notice of this election by posting a ft. J. UNKOK INItl IHi K, this order at each of three voting places in OF 1SOYJU OUNTY. Richmond, Ky., and shall publish a copy of this order in every issue of the Richmond Climax and Kentuckv Register from date of AUDIT0H, adoption to time of said primary election. (JUS COUIN2R, DUDLEY TRIBBLE," Chairman. 01' OUAVHS COUNTY. R. A. BAXTER, Secretary. of Richmond. Ky., held on the 2d day o! Sep tember, 1839, On motion thu following resolutions were adopted: Tha Climax Printing BANK CPOTS. an El Wind 1 & TUB CONDITION Good, fjj iSlAnlev Hushes, of Lancaster. ;waa REPORT OF National Bank, Np. OR THE 17S0, at Miss Katie, Blanton is at home from That Blows Nobody ' IllchnKinii, in tlie Statu of Kentucky ,Tat the. herS'Sunday. PariH. fl .f closa of 'business September 7,:I899. That small ache or pain or, fW. F. tiarrettpiieiitSunday with Miss Kulllu ltitlhird, of Lexington, relatives here. Ik the guest of Miss t urruteen Ualhitd weakness is the "ill wind" RESOURCES. ' Dr. Rogers, of Houston, Texas, is the lAansand discounts this week. $197,321 M .. 6,500 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured that directs your attention to Wilis', of Mr John B. Parkcs. . Dr R. H. Lewis, of Witdie, is visit100,000 00 U. B. Bonds to secure circulation on ttf Internal Revenue Stamps ing i:i the city. necessity of purifying the W. T. Tevis sold his house ami lot in Other real estate and mortgages Richmond to iMisa VVilmore, of 8,601 owned, Mrs Helen Fortl, of Chicago, iu veili- your blood by taking Hood's i Due from National Hanks (not Reng relatives iu this city. .; .. serve agents) 23,09 t Then your et an Uncle Joe Hipper hegaif a srf ies of Cue from State Banks and Bankers. Mr. John Jcuuiiigx Greenleaf left on Sarsaparilla. Due from approved reserve agents .. 50,02! S3 tiuiitlaj for the Umversilj uf Virginia whole body receives good, meetings at lho Presbyterian chuich, Kxclianires for e 7UJ 00 Kirksylllo, last night" 3,000 O0 Holes ot other to study law. Fractional paper currency, nicKeis the purified blood goes Miss Falinio Biiford Parkeahns-r- and. cents .... .. S3 98 Dr. UolilMeiu, the optician, will be for viz: Lawful turned front a wnekn visit It Geoigetown nud Lexington. to friend at Specie money reserve in bank,7,700 i in Richmond on Scpieinbcr 25, fur sev- tingling to every organ. - 2,809.00 ,10,500 00 eral days, t Hotel Glyudon. Seo ad. notes is the great remedy for all Misbea Klkiu, of Louixvil'e. Ajnor, iicaempuon xuna wun u. a. Treas'r. 4,500 00 Mr. Frank ('arr, general nguut of the ages and both sexes. . (5 per cent, of circulation;. Willis and Itov. Moss, of L. & N. ut Paris, chaperoned the llih Total " CompUcsied to)!ih W. PERONALS "It is rWJi lUi - THE CELEBRATED PURITV MIGHT IIKSYMUOLIZKD OUR LAUN'DHY WOJik.. i, -' . I'uro vatbr, pure bturch, cverym wo use of the finest quality, u,,,, there is mush a glossy iihx!,,, ,k thecollai-s- , , , ,. HO . . . CO i. . cuhn, shirts, etc., that u, cloarine-hous- National-Banks- - . BUEL nn .... a Launder. Thon our help are exj,, . Utiderstitiid their lnisiiie.. Is it any wonder, therefore, ti,.,-da large business. RICHMOND STEAM LALNDHY. CO Legal-tend- Top Uun Club last Friday over here. Gov. McCreary will be 'an honorary at the burial Of Mrs. J.C. S. Blackburn this morning at Versailles Mr. J. B. Stnffer is out after a severe illness ami that gentleman is shaking hands on the strength of his recovery. Mrs. M. J. Haden, of Louisville, is visitinc Mrs. Bettie Little. Mrs. Haden is a daughter of the late Major Squire pall-beai- liver and kidney trouHe, I suffered for years from dyspepsU, 'oxih severe pains. Hood's SarsaparSU made me strong and B. Emerion. Auburn, Me. heariy." Dyspepsia spent Thursday with Mm i. Fieh. Miss Estelle Poyntz, who hn3 bt oa the gurtt of Miss J curie McCorniick, for several days left tor Richmond Monday. VOK TUK.ISURKV, s. w. ilyger. OP B0Y1 COUNTY. CALliB mtKPKlXHIDK HILL, OK VOH SKOKHTAltY OF STATK. ULAltK C.OUNTY. VOH COHMISSMKHIl OF AOUICULTUKE I. N. NALL, Or JBWFJ51SSON COUNTY. Ott SU1','. OF 1UMU.IO INSTUCTION, Jl. V. AICUJllSSAEY, OF I.IYINCJTON COUNTY. Harris Golden Wedding will be conveyed to and from Harleaving platform on a special Gov. McCreaiiy speaks at Stanford ris at 7:30 this p. in., train, hero returning at on October court day. 12:30 a.m. McCreaiiy spoke 'at Flemings-hurr- r Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bales are back Gov. from Big Stone Gap and Jonesville, Va. Monday. Circuit court was in At the latter nlace thev were the truest s eyerybody turned out of Mrs. Maggie Bales Gibson, daughter session there and to hear him. He says Fleming is ns a oi Dr. and Mrs. UJ. Bales, otthis city. unit for the ticket. Mr. Cas W. Tribble left for Louisville this week to take a position in the office MoKinley declines to intercede of the Kentucky Whisky Trust. Mr. with England to sftvelho Boer Repub- Tribble is one of the most popular young lic iu Africa. That is true consistency. men of this city, and his departuro is England might intercede with America much regretted. of the Turner. Guests ad Hood' Hill cure tlrer fill ; tha only cuthtrtle to tike with Hood'l BarnptrUU. in ri to save th Philippines. rou nAiu'.OAi) commissioner. 3d. COL A- - V. HAMILTON, OF MT. MTKULINU. FOB KKl'ltKSBNTATIVK, nisx HON. W. W. U0MI5S, MADISON COUNTY. should not bo too harshly judged by her generals, as she might retaliate by judging us in the same way. We have Eagan, Carter, Heidel-kopo- r, Corbin, Alger et al. France The Election Commissioners at Frankfort meet to day to select now county commissioners throughout the MILLUKaraiididatc for County Clerk, sub' State. If the commission would ject to th action or the Uenuontlc party. hurtful criticism it will make We ar authruel to announco JF.SSE COBB a candidate for County Clerk, subject cliaimcs only for tho very best of reato tue action oi tne Democratic party. sons to pro-Kent non-politic- BUKN a candidate for County Clerk, subject tliw action or tne Democratic Te are authorized to announce D R. TEVIS a oandidato for County Clerk -- subject to the action of the Democratic party. are authorized to announce M. M Judoe Tarvin gives tho lie to the Louievillo Post's statement that ho was opposed to Goobel. And yet tho Post FOB COUNTY CLERK. Wo ure authoriied to announce ARCH continues to reitorato. "If you see it KAVANAUOH DOTY forCountr Clerk, sucject in the Post it's a lie," is a good motto to the action 01 tue Democratic rariy. W are authoriied to annonnce C. M. RAY' for a bad sheet. ANNOUNCEMENT Fort SHUI1IFP. far Assessor of Madison county subject to action of the Democrutlc party. We ht authorize! to announce JAS. L BAK Bit a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo era tic party. We are authoriuvl to announce GEORGE NO LAND a candidate fur Amessorof Madison county, ssbject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Q. W. DHATlIKKAflK a ennflidate for of Mnlton county, subject totho action of the liaiuucnmc party. W a re authorised t announce BUD DUNN, of the Qlaule District, aranniilitefor Assessor subject to the action ul the Democratic parly. HAM a candidate t"--e the Adjutant General's that Geargia has furnWe aro authorised to announce JOHN W. ished inoro volunteers than any other BALLARD. of White Station, a candidate foi State in the country, he quota exceedSheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic ing that of Illinois by nearly 200 men. .party. We are aetlidrlzed to announce MARTIN The adjutant general goes on further OBNTKY a candidate for Sheriff of Madiso county, subject to the action of the Democratic and says that.in general, the South has party. furiiiahcd more men relative to popuWeare a'lthorined to announce P. B. BROAD DUS.a candidate forSheritf 6f Madisoncounty, lation than the North. subject to tne aciitn oi tne Democratic partyThis shows how deep the interest is which the South takes in the mainteFOR ASSESSOR. Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD nance of American institutions. party. We are autltorizetl to announce JOHN is shown by WAOHHX a candidate for 81ieritt of Madiso county subject to the action of the Democratic report stating The loyalty of the South to the flag Aeor FOR JAILKH. Wi are authorized to announce JAMES C, LAORIiY n candidate for Jailer of Madison otinrj, subject to the action of the Democratic Wo are nnihurwl to announce PETER O PAintiaiT a umiiJidaU for Jailer of Madison ouwy. sulijrt hi the action it the Democratic Wtf r anfliorlieil to aunonnce JACK ROSS araaJidste for Jailor of Madison county, for ono terra only, subject to nits action oi tne Arrangements are being made by the Chicago League for mass meeting of fiom all over the country iu Chicogo, on October 17, to take decisive action in regard to the course to be pursued by the in next year's Presidential campaign. The leadors of the faction arc opposed to President McKinley's Philippine policy and de clare it will probably result in a con ference to declare iu favor of tho Demo cratic pari), if that party makes anti- imperiuliMii an issue ts uetuociauc party. We aro authorized to announce P. J. PER- KIN.S a candidate for Jailor, subject to the action oi tno Democratic party. POR CHIHF OF S0U0B. cratic party. N We are authorized to announce J. II. a undidate for Chief of Police, subject to tiie acilou ox tue Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. D. FEENY a ctuulliUtv for the olllce of Chief of Police of Iticlmniuil. Ky . subject to the action of the Democratic lmriy. ALL-MA- We are authorized to announce EVERETT UrtU&Y for Chief of Police tor the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Demo FOB COUNCILMAN. JH We aro authorized to announce CHARLES JCOtO. oiir leading tailor, a candidate for Couusilmati in the Court House Precinct, sub Jeet to tlto action of tue Democratic party. vWc are authorized to announce DR. V. II ItOHSON a candidate for Councilman from th Court House precinct, subject to the action oi tne Democratic pjrty. W are authorized to announce C. A. TAY a candidate for Councilman in the Court Home Proolnct, subje-- t to the action of the Democratic party. Wo aro autluirlzcl to announce C. T. WELLS for Councilman from the uity Hall precinct, subject to tne action oi tue Democratic party. in our circuit court il. lustrates the evil of ''watered stock.' Tho plea may be made that it is a com mou practico in the commercial world Hut is it right? Let Mr. J5i van's an swer bo ours. ' No man can defend stock that does not represent monoy invested, and onl iu tlio case of a monopoly can you se cure dividends upon Ptoek that does not represent money invested." He is right, as usual. No water should be allowed iu tho stock. We do not believe that any State should per mit the organization of any corporation with a single drop of water iu the stock of that corporation. Why should the guests corporation be permitted to put out stock that represent no real value? A case now Mr. WarCeld C. Bennett leaves shortly for New York to the law department of Columbia University. Dr. Eugene F. Hume, 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 Thco. Webb, ot 212 Alabama street. Memphis The bride-eleis a sister of Lt Travis Dull, and was a guest last year of Miss Julia lliggins. Mr. J. Robert Riggs has entered the celebrated Rose Polytechnic Institute, at Terre Haute, Indiana. Having lead 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 llattio Dobvus. of Maysville, and Miss Jessie Neely, of Lexington, aro guests Mr. and of Miss Elizabeth Woodford Mrs Pierce Winn and Miss llattie Owing, of Mt. Sterling, and Miss Kathleen Poyntz, of Richmond, are guests of thoir aunt, BIrs. Jesse Turuoy, Paris Citizen. at "Cedar Mr. and Mrs. Albert Severance are hero from Hcndersonville, N. C, to see their son. Heath, who was very ill. We are glad to say they found the little fellow improving. Mrs. Martha Severance and rSain 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 MissiSMppi Valley Medical Association, which meets Oct 3 0 . He also will lake a course of medicine and surgery, the latter under Dr. Murphy and Senti, the celebrated authors anil surgeons. During his absence Dr. W. M. Gibson will be in charge of his practice. Hon. and Mrs. Letcher Ownley. of Lancaster, passed through here Monday morning for Irvine, where Mr. crowd Owsley spoke to a big court-da- y iu tho afternoon. They returned in time to catch the night train for home. Mr. Owsley is a brilliant speaker and no douut helped the regular Democratic ticket in the free state of Estill. Miss "Willie May Denny, of this city, and Mr. I. V. Steenbergen. of Poiut Pleasant, W. Va , are to be married on October 18. The bride-to-b- e is the handsome and lovable daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Denny. Mr. Steenbergen. with bis older brother, Mr. Peter Sleenbergen, was a student of Central University several years ago, and was well liked for his many excellent qualities. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelson Page recently gave a novel entertainment at their cottage at York Jlarber, Me., In honor of Mr. John Fox and Mr. Carey, the latter ot the Century Publishing uo. too event was a cnildren's partv and all the guests were attired iu youth- tut garo. Mr. l'age and Mr. lox wore sailor suits of white duck, and Mr. Carey, who is a bald, 250 pounder, wore a baby gown trimmed with baby rih'jun. Mrs. Pago sat in a largo shoo. surrounded by switches, to receive the er -ct DEATHS C,,B rower&Coin Lexington, Kv. "ft Covers tlie "Little" Matt Adams made speech at tho Republican Legislative convention at Stanford last week and seemed as much at home iu that crowd as he did when be worked against Longmoore in 1800, because the latter oullo 1 htm away from the public teat Adams had been sucking for a quarter of a centun The Stanford Journal thus describes "Little" Matt's eifort "The major's record as a bolter is too well established and too well earned to five his word much weight with Intel ligent people. Tho on!v point that his effort settled beyond a doubt, even to. the uninitiated, was that the bolters are1 in league with the Republicans and bent on beating Goebel with Taylor, Bill Sweeney didn't show up, although advertised to speak, for which relief much thanks." Majoe P. P. Johnson, the Iminncu late, has issued a deck of cards iu wliicl he Rots lorth for the steenth time his opposition to Mr. Goebel. Tho writer has already given his personal test! mouy as to the hypocrisy of W. II Sweenoy, who said he "would have acted exactly as Itedwine did." And Gov. Brown has been self convicted of an attempt to obtain tho nomination from tho very convention he now con demns. So that when we find that P. P. Johnston's hypocrisy has been ex p03ed by ono of Hardin's supporters, we see no iurtner grounds lorine per secution of the successful candidate at Louisville. The Stanford Journal savs: 'Hon J. W. Domrlas. of Owenton. a zealous Hardin man before the convention, is going on the stump to tell how Chairraai' Johnson agreed to rule in the temporary organization so as to trive the chairmanship to Sweenoy and that Sweeney was expected to see that iiarum was nominated at whatever cost. Mr. Douulas rays that the Har din men were disgusted at Major John- Mon wnen ne weakened at tne last mo ment and when their man was within a few votes of tho chairmanship." home of Zenie Cobb, near White Hall, on Sun- lay, David Christopher died, aged 78 leant, liunal in Kiclmrtison burviug ground uear Blue Grass. Bnvsos. Jas. R. Bryson. one of Cen- tralia'a most influential citizens, died Wednesday, Sept, Csaysthe Columbia, Mo., Herald. Deceased was born in Madison county. Ky.. in 1S30 anil at the age of G moved to Missouri, Howard county. His death is greatly lamented in Centralis. Christopher. At the LOCAL,. Accident to Richmondilc at Pctoskey. Field' Tlio nbuvo remark was made about thin ntore thu titlior tl;ty by a gentleman thoroughly familiar witli tbo needs of Cmilm! Ken tucky people. Wo believe lin was rhjht, and that you can be as sua ceS&fully Burred here as in any city m the South we could tell you of many people rljjM hero iu town who luive tried flio adjacent cities aud conio to the conclusion that Prices. Styles, Assortment and Quality were just as good here as anywhere. Think the matter ever, tako styles fur Instance: Our buy ers visit thu Northern, Eastern and Western markets three or four times a year and cull from the fac torlea of the country the choices! articles of their production, and in Did rou know that assortment. with the addition of our New Fourstory Untitling wo have nearly three acres of Floor Space, devoted ex clusively to the display of goods from various departments? In quality wo ud;nowititre nut, ono standard THE UEST. Prices wo aft doturuiioed shall and must Lo us low us is cousibtont with n'uht quality. Wo want your iiatronago and assure you that every elfort that can possibly be made will be nut forth to merit if. mCarjvsls, Curtains, 'Wall Paper, Furnlturo, Wood Mantels, China. - News reached here Monday through Mrs I. Shelby Irvine, from her mother, who is at Petoskey, Mich., that on Friday last while out boating Mr. lred Grinstcad, Adainb Express Agent hore. and a lady companion came near drowning by the overturning of theskifl. The upsetting is accounted for by the fact that the couple were eating peanuts and had laid tho oars down.when a light "fquall" arose which overturned the frail bark. While we sympathize with our friend Grinstead, he is old enough lo know that ho must 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 Petoskey Bay. a letter lo A Great Shooting Tournament. CFiBrower&Co main and broadway . Lexingtok, Ky. About two hundred spectators, of both soxes, "society" being quite largely in evidence, were in attendance upon the tournament given by the Madison Gun Club, on Friday last, in honor of tho Hill Top Gun Club, ot Austerlitz, Bourbon county, Ky. The Richmond JClub has been in existence hardly half a lear winie tne mil Top Club is an old, wealthy, and successful organization, having several members of more than statewide reputation. The tournament here was held as a return compliment to the Bourbon boys for the latter's GOEBEL AND BLACKBURN COMING. courteous and enjoyable entertainment Goebel and Blackburn are slated to of our club some weeks ago. It Ih no speak here on county court day, Octo impropriety to say that onr day's on ber 2. The town wont hold the people. tortaiiiment in ell respects upheld the reputation of Malison county for hos pitality, for tho gentloinou from Bour bon wero profuse iu expressions of Ecton. of Georgetown, will pleased delight with Elder their reception at lted House next Sunday at and treatment while in the rapiatl of 4 o clock p. m. Rev. Henrj Faulironer. tho eloonent Madison. young minister, of Lancaster, has been The visiting delegation was1 com ailed to the pastorate of the Second poseu oi sucn ceieDrateu stints as Presbyterian church, this city. His sermons, his personality, his consecret- - 'Mcsiys. Alfred Clay, present cham ed spirit, have made turn manvadrair pion of Kentucky, J- - Quincy Ward, ex- era and friends, and if he accepts he will champion of Bonrbon, Georgo Wm oe cortnaiiy wucomou. Clay, another champion and winner of theibest record.hcro on Saturday, Harry, Sidney and Woodford Clay, J. M. Bren-na- ti and Lan V.Uutler, all crack shots. Oinv.(Ksni.i. Mr. mill ATrc Ilni.. So that when those superb marksmen Glovannoli, of Danrille, "aro rejoicing over ibo advent of their first heir. took their positiousj for the fray Ihere May. tip bo as wtll lik4 m hk and wse fwJine of high exfraebttluu and trap-shooti- RELIGIOUS. and will be offered in parcels and as : whole, aud sold as bringing most monev The improvements consist of a comfor table dwelling, necessary splendid bearing orchard, small fruits xc., wen watered, auout acres now in corn, balance in grass; also farm wncon and tannine implements. d The land will be sold for cash January 1, 1000; balance two equal payments six and twelve months, with interest from January 1. Posses sion given January 1. or soonor. This is a desirable iiome for those having children to educate, beinit in sight of Caldwell High School, Madison Female Institute and Central Uuivorsity. At same timo and place. I will soil y. as Executor of Mrs. Jliallnda F. Kico, Richmond's turn now came and her dec d., a lot oi picked team of nine men did admirablv Household and Kitchen Furniture, onstdering their brief experience and the prestige of their competitors. They half of crop consisting of 22 acres of broke 135 targets, an.averageof exactly 15, a fraction less than one less than corn in shock, and 22 stacks ot hav. the Botirbonites, viz: Dr. Hobson, T. small crop of wheat, and as agent of J. Smith, Jr., aud Harvey Chenault. Ed. if. Rice, the remaining half of above each broke 18. R. E. Turley 10, Waller named crop. One pair extra old mare Chenault and W. R. Letcher 15 each. marc mules, 1 pair nice yearhnc and Dr. Jnspcrl3. and It. W. Miller and T. mules, 1 extra colt, 2 brood mares, 2 milch cows, 2 T. Covington 11 each. Mr.Emilfr FraghofT, of the Louis- extra bull calves aim 17 hogs. Terms made known on day of salo. ville Gun Club, proved his qualities by breaking 19 of 25 targets, and killing FOUNT RICE. Bept20-33 of 5 birds.( There had been three hours of continuous shooting with interest unceasing. The scores wore announced and adjournment taken for dinner. Carriages conveved the visi tors to the Hotel Glydon where they -- ANDhad beon quartered as guests of the home club. After two hours rest the afternoon sport began with live pigeons, iu the presence of a large audience, of which many wero ladies. Compared witli targets and swallows, live pigeons we Hunk, furnished much greater snort. They rose as a rule with a rush. Taelng u !uM(Aiiiuu. rur quite ON SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1899, iivoi. tmw m a while not a bird escaped, the gunners seeming to be resolved to make a record at 10 o'clock, n. in., I will sell at my for future sportsmen to shoot at. A farm, 4K miles south of Richmond, hearty laugh enmicd when Harvey Madison county, Ky., on the SpeedChenault missod his first pigeon, tho well pike, known as as tho C. li. Estill rathor gentle bird circling over hia place. The followiug described stock, head and alighting on the grand stand, etc.: subsequently flying about the grounds and twice gottiug dangerously near tho open traps. Once Mr. J. W. Smith at this and his own Five work inulss, ono yearllutr mule tired point-blan- k bird, killing the Intter. and two colts, two combined mares, one When the supply of live pigeons had haraets horse, been exhausted, after 13 rounds, the saddle norse, one large jacic, one year visitors called for clav birds and an ling jacit. one jonnet with tack colt, one other fine exhibition resulted. Tho jennet with ionnet colt, 75 dorrs. sport lasted until almost dusk when 400 barrels of corn in shock, 25 barrels tho party returned to the city to enjoy of old corn, 20 stacks of hay Farming the open-ai- r concert by the Itichmoud implements consisting of one self- nana. Dinuer, one mower and nay rake, one Tlie- day, wo understand, was wheat drill, one corn planter, two thoroughly enloyed by tho visitors. wsguus, one bngiry and harness, who ejepect our club to come to Bourbon nouEonoiu and Kitctieu iunmure. s shoot, in which event w for a will rent at same time and hope O'ur'crack shots will acquit them place, my farm, containing Four Hun oquany as wen, 11 not bettor, dred Acres, or the year 1000. Reives than they did upon this memorable oc The improvements consist of a large casion. uncle .residence, lare tonacco nam extra stock barns, stock Scales, and all ttVE FIOEOS COICTKST 13 BIKDS. necessary with fine bear ing orchard, three tenement houses, &c. The farm is well watored antl in a high etate of cultivation. Seventv 11 vo acres for con, the rest in grass. i '2 Terms made known on day of salo. O T 1 one-thirvr tutors and the hosts tho latter being Messrs. T. J. Smith, Jr , R. E. Turley, Harvey and Waller Chenault, T. T. Covington, K. W. Miller, "W.R. Letcher, Dr. V. H. llobson nud Dr. II. C. Jasper. Other members or tbo home club par ticipated in the sport in tho afternoon, when live pigeons and clay targets were shot. At nine o'clock promptly tho shoot iag began, the grand-stanin. Turley's' park being partially filled' at that early hour with expectant space iu front had been The very tastefully marked off with U, S. ilags, these fluttering colors adding to the attractiveness of the place whilst serving as convenient markers for the boundaries of the shooting grounds. The sport was to bo varied, clay pigeons, live swallows, and live pigeons, all to the number of two or three thousand having been .generously provided oy tue lticnmona uiui). After 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 Gruve, had preceded him and made his appearanco a signal for ap plauso. With an easy but somehow determined looking air. tills great gtfntier strode to ms place. Me is over six feet high, proportionately built, very uiguiued, out enters into thesportwitb an earnestness that, had there been a rich prize at stake, would have pcarel our fellows into a cocked hat. Though there was no prize, Mr. Clay looked like there might have been a name and fame attached to the victory anyhow, wnicn spirit animated the other con' testants, only with somewhat less In tensity, admirably exhibiting tho dis cipline they have acqnired from long practice -- to do well WHatover they ua dertake, no matter how great or how small the honor or the prize. The first swallow that was released had scarce gathered the air under its fleet wings oeiore it ion ineiess near the trap whence it Had sought liberty, through the unerrlngaim of Alf Clay, ono of the best marksmen'that ever looked down the barrel of a Parker gun Tho next wns Mr. G. W. Clav. a hril liant shot, a jolly fellow, with more life than his predecessor, but with skill no less. His gun Is a $400 Parker, a gem oi tno mmsmitirs art, and lie is ns justly proud of it as he Is of his best oourbon sweetheart. When he toed the mark all eye's were fastened on hie fine figure and his splendid gun. His deep voice ranglout, "Ready,! " "Pull!" ann as tne spreading wrings oltho chitn ney sweop appeared from the straight away trap tne almost musical sound oi tne costly weapon was as a requiem over iue dying swallow. x ncre is a common wav to measure the popularity oi nonresidents of Mad ison, which itopay "they areas cleaver as (iuincy Ward." So that when Quincy nimseii appeared a partial handclap started the audience into an ovation which prevented Mr. "Ward from send ing his live bird to Its Paradise until he bad lilted his hat and bowed his acknowledgement. Straightway he put a cartridge of No. 7 shot into the or ttie released bird and fresh ap body plause evidenced the approval and inendsnlp of the audience Then followed Messrs. Harrv, Sidney and Woodford Clay, J. M. Bre'nnan and l.. v. uutler. 'lho live bird contest was a affair. G. W. Clay and Mr. Brennaii killing all their birds, Wood Clay 4, Ward and Harry Clay 3, Alf. and Sid Clay 2, Butler 1; total 25 ... t J f Tv um oi iu. irs. nooson ami. Jasper equaled their rivals, each killing all his birds. "Waller Chenault and R. W. Miller 3, Turley 2, Covington and II. Chenault 1 each; total 21 of 45. Inn eight visitors then broke 127 of their 200 targets, average of a fraction less than 10, Alfred Clay leading with 21 out of 25, G. W. Clay 20, Quincy Ward 19, Harry Clay 17. Sid Clay 10 Woodford Clay 13, Brennaii 12, Uutler d 80-ya- Mis8 Tevis Carpenter, accompanied by her mother and little gister, Josephine, was tlie fUeaeant guest of relauntil Suiidayr tives here from Mr. James Butner, the polite and efficient clerk for Moore & Est rid go, is at his post of duty again, after a weok's visit to friends and relatives itiMadison. Mr. Ed Walker, Jr., who went to Colorado Springs two months ago, in as ho search of health, returns is receiving no benefit therefrom. His condition is not so favorable as when 11. IS. AlILLlNQIIAiU, he left. Tho Rev. Dr. McKcc, of Danville, is holding a "series of meetings at Old Paint Lick church. Hi's discourses aro forceful, logical and instructive. The meoting will continue through this week. Gabe Salter, tho Paint Lick butcher, navlnp: rented my farm, nbout one mile from bought 12 cattle from J. B. Woods last Oliver ureeK uspot, win olfer at public sale week, paying 3 cents per pound. He oa lao premises. is now ready to supply his customers regularly with "bananna steak and 0r.ee::-- IS, pineapple roast of the very best qual above-name- , LIABILITIES. .'.$100,000 Capital stock paid in. 40,000 Surplus fund ...t, Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 7,232 National Bank notes outstanding... . 89,993 6,2)3 Due to other National Bauks .. Due to State Banks and Bankers . 63S Individual deposits subject to check.. 165,332 Total $IC8.5lf STATE OF KENTUCKY, J ss: Codkiy oy Madison, d I, C. D. Chkk AUr.T, Cashier of the bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and v. v. uiiKNAULiT, cashier. Dciiei. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th day of September, 1S99. B. R. Burnam, Notary Public. Correct Attest: WALLER BENNETT, DIRECTORS W. 8. MUllHULEY. ,.... . ill m Is the best article ever sold in Men's JTootwear, made in all the latest style toes at 44 4p THE C Of The New. Our Fall Stocks 3f PUBLIC SALE Bigger and better than evir before. All our famous specialties, besides exclusive General Merchandise. lty. Mmki, M $3 50 Robert L. Jennings and bride reached here Friday afternoon, and are now at home to their many friends at the Jen nines Hotel. An elegant reception was tendered them uy tlie groom s parents Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jennings, where a host of friends assembled to partake of tne oeautilui least and to shower con gratulations and best wishes upon the happy young couple. Tho presents were numerous and expensive attesting the wide popularity ot both brido aud groom. AV'e extend to them our verv best wishes for a long and happy life, and hope their pathway may bo strewn with choicest flowers, whicl shall blossom forth shedding a varied fragrance of health, sunshine, prosper ity and contentmont. IIuw'k This? about the hoar of 10 o'clock. . m. 11m follow. ing property, if not sold- privately before day of sale: Threo head ot good horses and two calves. One new Champion Binder, one Me mrmicK mower, vjumvaior, one wazon and harness, and other tannine imnle-mcnts too numerous to mention. Will also offer for sale at saniotime my household and kitchen lumiiure. TEK1IS All sums over 110 will ho solrl on credit, payable January 1, J90O, without inter est, ail sums auuer m&i amount casli. two-hor- 4 50 5 00 4 00 c. $cpt20-3- D. HAGAN, 8ilver Creek. Ky. In this department is to be found the largest, handsomest and most varied assortment of Black Goods ever brought to this market. AW have just opened another line of Blistered Cro pons, beautiful designs, in both Silk and Mohair. A full line of Lupin's Cheviots, the best Cheviots made. Broadclotljs, Venetian Prunella Cloths, Wool Poplins and Serges. We take pleasure in showing these goods whether you wish to purchase or not. We quote a few prices: 40c All wool Henrietta 00c Henrietta 75e All-woSponged , Cheviot All-wool ol Black Goods. 5$ PUB LIC SALE -- OP- P MADE BY We offer One Hundred Hollars lie-ward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co..Props.,Toledo.O "We. the tindersitrned; have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be-lievo nun perfectly honoranlo in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made oy tneir linn. "West & Truax, Wholesale DrucKists Toledo, O., Walding, Kiiinnm & Mar- v'n. Wholesale Drutruists, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Price 7Cc per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. testimonials free. Hall's Fainilv Pills are the best. 1m Mmi Enpress iMr. SHOE MrG.Co 0 0 0 0 worth 5(kworth 7.xSoe quality - Tho Adams 15r press Company will sell at public auction to tho highest bidder, for cash; at Ilichmond, Ky., on Saturday, October M, '99, the packages remaining on hand un claimed or otherwise at its various ofhce3 m the States of Kentucky ani Virginia. .List can be seen at Lxpress olllce. W. F. GARUETT, Agt J. W. YOUNG, Asst. Supt s?20-4- Salo begins at 10:00 a. m S.50and$5 An ultra stvlish Cloth Hat, RoubIi 51.25 A new line of stylish Felt Walking Rider eirecto. in pearl, pray with quill, worth $2.25. New lines of Pelt and Stitched Cloth Walking Hats, handsomely trimmed. These arc the very newest things for traveling and earl' fall Wear. llalsaiid white f Itouitl. and Rider eflert and walking hat. Be sure and inspect thews as they are very exclusive. THEY AltB Public Sale -- EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY. B. LEE DAYIS, OF A FIN1 laioBCoityFari der, oa Manager. I As Execntorof Fountain Rice, dee'd will sell to tho highest and best bid Farm, Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission. The Hocker Bootee Made in colored or black Vici Kid, Russia, Box Smooth Box and Willow Calf, all Velvet Kid lined, made in Goodyear welt, heavy double sole. invisible cork, at $5.00 is a winner. SEE 0DR 5o. COTTON TOWELS, OUT OF TOWN BARGAINS. Carpets, Shoes or notions, write to us for samples or information, which will be eheerfully given, as we have correspondents to answer such letters. CLOTHING.' ORDERS. If you are in need of Millinery or anything in Dry OooiIh, Thursday, Oct, 6, '99 i. at 10 o'clock, a. m., tho occupied oy iMaunda lying on Ilichmond and liiir Hill turn piko road, less than a half mile from town limits. The farm contains Accounts in and out of the farm recently City taken for Collection itice. dec d. SPWrite, or call on me for further particulars. OFFIOE-Iio- om We have received our complete stock of Men's and Children's Suits and Overcoats, which we will be ploased to hhow our customers. Boy's School Suits selectod with special consideration for strength and durability. Thousands coining in ranges of quality suitable for all classes. Stylo aud neat new are a part of every ono of them. SHOES Our stock of Shoos is vite an inspection. si laror than over. AVo 112 83100 ACRES, 9, Moberlcy Build ing, Richmond, Ky. 0 0 0 jl te uSal Itespectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, IS J' s E. Y. ELDER. AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. t& Wr W Mt, In un MADE BY T8E MANsg SHCEM'Fric0 I TheSouthgrn EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY moud. The man is who has a good, sound, re- u.Hiie carnage under mm. Jie can rest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well made. re.lialI phastons. camaces. runabouts, whalebono speeders, or road carts, that enmn what may on the road, his wagon nevp r will give way. We havo one of the tiuest stocks of road wagons, rocka ways and rubbertired btiinjies in lUch JOHN D0NELS0N. op UExirNGTorv, kv. JTMJ.JJ J.JV fcl Ij ol E lib l fed VjLJ Cr JJJltJV Jiil'J. 1 o $ 65,000 RESERVE AJVD SURPLUS. Kentucky Carriace Works Proo'r.. PUBLIC SALE Sale of Personalty. The undersfiraed. Elile C. Million and R. P. Million, as executors of Q. II. Million. i!c- - "We are Sole Ajrents for these two m n The him Lib Insurance. RENTING ceascu, win, on W Mil 11 m TI We pay the same profits to the living that Insuranco Comof deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and cousorvatisin. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to panies pay to tho crates 7X. S7VYITH BOiflZTVmN, MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Itichmond, Ky. SECRETARY, LEXINGTON. KY. Wednesday, September 20; !99, Becinninir at 10 o'clock a. m.. at aatd fWori. ant's late residence in Madisou countv. KV.. nn the Richmond and Lexington turnnike. near Fox town, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, the personal property consisting of hogs, grain, farming utensil;, household goods) TERMS. The foretroinir nrooertv will h sold for cash for all sums of $10 and less. Sums 111 be required to give over $10 the purchaser nuic miiigwAi bccuriiy, payaoie January 1. 1900, without Interest. The com wil! be unid it i Ml win Day you to examine them carefully before buying elsewhere. MujiiLjmmaipuaiirtjejirQLiiirmiiiireigiirtnairaa at tho heap. aug30-l- w We also have several blue grass K.U. hjttt MILLION, w I ' Execut'ors, t rnu ; ft - two-day- ari Another XuSi ANOTHER LOT of hard-to-brea- pn-ac- h sr :r . : iT5! s:i :i;iii H ;! M a ;: 'M sept20-3- TAYLOR RICE. of otir price cutting wheel- makes another, opportunity for the prudent buyer. This 'interests Carpenters, Builders and others who use - k FOR RENT Ott OMOOMmOCtOMOM Pi hi : : ! MOMOrJr)00 y CMQ iS 9 3 W 2O hKM w of Ky , on I rent at nuhlic auction, in front tbo Court House door, in RIchmottd. ili BIRTHS. Saturday, September 23, '99, the "Chenault Farm." now occnnied llv jMr Gaylan White. Tlio farm has 280 at 2 o'clock, p. in., the farm known as jwrx ! ! : i 1 j t i I :. ' acres, all iu tp Nil - 3 cl,l, ,a.Mut-ce- etc, ete. Tonng nixd Of crat. has frond iresldnrir-r.-' 4 . , or Li ID .. ijLuuiure, CtJ 11UUSO, kuowu.oa day tQli 'QiWTamblors, has arrived and the wise housekeeper wui not miss the opportunity to buy when every articlo has the durability of two of the ordinary kind. This is Qucensware worthy of th name, it is higu quality clean throsgrh. JJon't theso prices extend a' .welcome? Fruit Saucers, 25 to 90c dec. CR0CXERT ani Oar Fall Line of Eoats GLASSWARE Shoes I Cittkte ul CTwrparlkiUr. ijl Mstl mm rrEl ; Screws, Nails and Tools because we are making a. special sale of that class of goods and oiler standard sizes, and qualities at less EFT:- 1 "T pfa than standard rates. - . - DOUGLAS , pr 25. 40, 50, tSQe-- mmI $1 BRIGHT S5 i 1. f wjjrtiWw n aauxus J. CLAY, C , : S.DutlttrtatliCi, I l ill J II .; to m fp i lis See as and get jwlces on roofing and gnttering. li. ui:CKLKv,cTinuoA TAYLOR BROS. no r ij 807 W, Maiii St!bt, I! m ' i X X' A THIS IS THE TIME PEOPLE begin to think of buying shoes Shoes for them- 1 sr X a woman's footing - fifuily established if alio wears tho SL ZIEGLAR BROS.' SHOES. They possess all the comfort of an old pair of slippers but aro made on the J?ItV i"01 stylish lasts ami have the daiuii- est look imacinahlo. Wo havo just re- 'fc- -. d . ... t rcivcu1. our nrst iuu smpment lor tins p'lVvPseason of tho above named Rood a and have them in till widths and in the latest lasts. Prices $2.00 to $1.00. to the wearers This line is wii of fine shoes. . well-know- n 1 selves, shoes for the children. We are prepared t f,v fill i r buiiiijuui u mi xis in ii i? tins mho, Ave are snowing; the Newest and Latest designs in Foot-weaIt X is the cream of the trade at small prices. Shoes for everybody. All styles that are stylish. Our immense business proves that wo please J patrons and we can please you. Come once and you will come again. f r. pi TW2B HOLEPROOF SHOES for hoys or girls school wear. You know the youngsters delight in kicking their Shoes to pieces. Well, we are prepared for them with our Little Giant School Shoes. ' Mothers say they i long wearing Shoes. neveris saw sncha It plain as - -- a U J& JJ- "J tie f - KJ - w plkestall that yon cannot da better T than get a pair for Johnnie. CJ m m t Of course, we've Shoes for every- body, but that's another story. 4Vg Hear Hubert Friday night. Big Prices For Big Bunch ol Boyle Beeves. Complimentary Benefit lo Mr. Hubert. For Jailer, is Mr. Perkins. Rev.T.S. Hubert has consented to of 3 r 67 11 OF ECONOMY! for th: FALL AND WINTER SEASON IN KEN'S AND BOYS 9 3 9 v Eight hundred head of fine beef cattle, belonging to J. C. Caldwell, Joo McDowell. C. R Cecil and G.W.Du-gan- , wero sold last week atrJ-to5cents per pound.a total of nearly $60,000. This is said to be the largest and best salo of tho year in Kentucky. Tho purchasers were Browcr & Co., of Now York, through W. B. Kidd. J deliver his brilliant lecture, "A Home the Standard ot the Song, or Home, Sweet Home." Now stories, botli humorous and pathetic, have been added since the lecture was given last March. Tuva CLOTHINGS d, nll-wn- ni e. ar wear-resistin- g, Colonel Caperton in OH. .3 The Richmond Climax. d daughter of Mr. Tom Oldham, near this city, had been playing in the yard where some horses were grazing, and when a member of the household went to drive the horses out ho discov ered the body of the little girl lying in the weeds where the horse had kicked her into insensibility. Death ensued two days later, although consciousness returned after a surgical operation. Tho The most extraordinary feature combining parents havo tho sympathv of all in our great offerings is, that we can and do this awful calamity. The funeral ocseptl3-2sell our Clothing at less money elsewhere. curred at the home.and it was remarked The Band Concert. at the time that there never was a e Clothing for less larger funeral concourse over a child How can wo afford to soil such Tho concert by the band Fridav More Light on Tho Town. money than elsowhcre? Our answer is pure and simple: Ours is a than this one. Mr. Oldham, who isone night was as opportune in time as it While the circuit court i3 getting of the most upright and industrious modern store, constructed strict!' on progressive plans, our Clothing l7 as excellent In character. The Uni on the fuss in the Electric Com citizens of ight Madison, and bis wife, who versity had just opened its doors and is sold on tho smallest margin of profit, depending on a large volume jC pany, tiie citizens are petitioning for was Miss a Baumstark, are plunged in undreds of students, perhaps with of business. more light on tho town. Tbe six arc grief tliat is pitiable to behold. The more Clothing we sell, the greater our purchasing power. homesickness dulling- their senses to lights that are in use already, do a l. the lower our prices, that's the story in a the charms of our beautiful city, were A Big Production. great deal of good in the already lightA Pullman Car With awakened and refreshed by tho music ed part of tho city, but it would require Thirty People. Company to Organof our splendid band. Besides this.the two gas posts and an arc light to render ize Here. travel safe in several portions of our What promises to be one of tbe larg concert was enjoyed bv the visitine city for instance on Fifth street, be est theatrical organizations that will gentlemen of the Hill Top Gun Club, of tween C. D. Chenault's comer and tour the South this season is being or- ttournon, wno nau passed a day of conMuncey's residence. The Council prom- ganized in this city and will open hero tinuous shooting out at Turlev's park. ised to light this cavern n year ago. early In October. The. company will be The weekly concerts of the band are Meanwhile one-fift- h of the population under tho management of Messrs. R. strictly of Richmond aro without light to guide Uimebaugh and Nat Riess, both of Mr. Coy Accepts. Eleven Negro Soldiers Recruited Here. thorn along this dark, and dangerous whom are well known as progressive Mr. N. B. Coy has accepted tho Dem Tho United States Army ofllaer, who thoroughfare dangerous because of men of sound business judgement. ocratic nomination for County Judge, came here for colored recruits to outer the narrow elevated tootwalk that is out About thirty-fiv- e people will be car unanimously tendered him by the the service in the Philippines, secured of repair. ried. The play to be presented is called County Committee last week. The 1809. WKHSESDAY.SEPT 20. eleven pood, stout fellows, among them 'A Jay From Jaysville," one of those honor was wholly unsought; thus the Cheap Rates to New York Via C. & 0., Ac Vulcan Irvine, who was recently mushilarious novel comedies which cannot office "sought tbe man, and not the count of Dewey Celebration. Dr. Hobson, Dentist. tered out of the volunteer cavalry serOn account of the Dewey Celebration but be successful. A special feature man tho ofllce." Consequently it is vice. Hubert Fridav night. the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will will be made of the band, which will the duty of every Democrat to give Mr. Mr. Will Bales is nursing a knee New Wall Paper House in Richmond. sell round trip tickets to New York contain 18 pieces, and the parade to be Coy the most loyal support- He is lm -- ii by fulling in a cattle car which The drug firm of Perry & Thomas City on September 26, 27 and 28, at given daily will includo 25 people (all worthy, competent, courageous, and In- w us loading at Corbin. has installed a perfectly beautiful lin $24 00 for tho round trip, limited to made up as farmers) which is undoubt- would make a fine official. His career Twenty-thre- e new volumes have ot wall papers and lmve Mr. W. L. October 4th returning, and on account edly tho largest parade ever given by a as a Magistrate, and as a citizen, render his selection a wise one, and he lt added to tho library of theMadi-- - Ireils, a skilled artist, to hang and of the Dewey Reception at Washing- show of the kind. Messrs. Uimebaugh and Reiso have will win as sure as ''the ides oX Novem' decorate rooms to suit all tastes and ton, D. U., will sell round trip tickets .untv Teachers' Library. purchased a Pullman palace car in ber roll around." to Washington on September purses. No trouble to show goods. Hubert's lecture on "Home, Sweet aug23-t- f October 1, at $19 40, limited to October which the company will travel. It ar.. The Fairview Seminary. H " it-- " His theme ispcculiarly suited rived here last Friday and has been Gth. At Gaithersburg, Maryland, eigh Republican Headquarters-Republicaf display of his rnro. gifts- placed on the Mill track where scores The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway is Campaign Headquarters the only line from Lexington with of visitors have been entertained by Mr. teen miles from "Washington City, is It - an ojijKjitunity not to be lost, to conducted by Dr. Chas. .ii..r Mr. Hubert and yourself by at- - were opened on Monday in the Mober through slccpeis and dining cars to and Mrs. Rciss. This car is certainly a full corps of cultured H. Waters. A lady teachers ley building, up stairs, office at top of New York and Washington without model of elegance, being fully equipped his lecture Friday night. with all the modern conveniences for ive a full English course of study, steps. Mr. H. O. Hortou will be in change. For sleeping car reservations -- The Lee Jake White lands, U4 which tho Pullman cars are noted. with Latin, French and German; mu charge. Liforattiro of all kinds will bo apply or write to G. W. Bauney, near Fox town wro sold by .Ino. Mr. Keiss rays he will bo glad to enter sic and voice culture under- the New pf callers, and a, "welcome Div. Passenger1 Agt., Lexington, Ky. It. i .le to I larvey Ctiowm't for $3,070 10. kept for ato tain his friends on tbe car daily from England conservatory system; drawing is extended to the public to call at any Brown on Top, Taylor Underneath. 9 a. m. until 9 a. in. continuously and and painting in water colors and oil; Ifci'iKlaa.Uright & o. have changed tiiiiQ. 1I The Climax lias on exhibition n no doubt many will accept the invita- elocution and physical culture. The ir ml tu ho in liHrinony witli the new Good Opening. school will open September, Rrown campaign liutton that should be tion. sw h ;.nd prices at their, pretty sfore. A long tour has been booked which Some young ladies from near Rich Central University oponed with an in seen by all who do not yet think that County people' siy it N much is running in will include all the principal cities in mond are going Sunday, September 17. creased attendance for the first day, on the bolting dn-tiin the country than on our Wednesday last. As an example of the interest of tho Republican ticket the South, and judging from what is By calling upon Mr. James Miller or Mr wlmre tbeio are no water plugs. the growth and popularity of the uni- this year. The brown varnish has been known of the ability of the manager, Mrs. David Chenault furthor informaCovington & Mitchell have Issued versity out in the State, it may ho scraped olf the face of tho button and the business like manner in which the tion may bo obtained. Cost of board a proi'liiiuutiuu Unit is worth many cited that thirteen students aro here there stands out in bold brief the well preparations are being conducted, and and tuition for full course of ten C. H. Waters, to the buyers ol clothing, shoes and from Henderson county alone, in the known features of President McKinley. the capital that is behind them, a very months, $200. sepG-3- t Principal. fiimisliii gn. What havo the purificalionists to say. successful season can safely be predict Western part of tho State. Hero is another plece'of evidence: ed lor "A From Jaysville." Tho ice cream supper ut Miller What The Fair Did Financially. Pretty Quarters For The Ladies. "Tho Hon. V. O. Rodes, of Rowling srlniol house, near Valley View, nutted The recent street fair and track exhi Hon. W. B. Smith Is all Right. Miss Mamie Rogers has returned to Green, proved during a speech at Miss Jeiiiiuio Felau 1, the teacher, bition at the Fair Grounds, was a suc Richmond and has beautifully fitted Franklin by Brown buttons handed The changes made by the State Com has delighted with tho results. up.the rooms formerly occupied by him at his request bv men in the audi- mittee in the speaking appointments of cess financially as well as otherwise. -- Join Fiithiy night in Richmond's Mis3 Tempie Oldham, over D. P. Arraer, ence, that underneath the brown cov- Hon. W. B. Smith, of this city, occur- - In point of sport It was unexcelled, the premiums quite doubling those of any triimte to the popular minister, Kov. T. as miKinerv parlors. Miss Kogcrs ering is a picture of Taylor, the repnb. ringsimultaneously with the announceother county fair, while giving abso X Hubert, y attending bin lecture at visltqd her old costumcrs as well as lican candidate for governor, which is ment in tho Louisvilln Dispatch that M.ihouic Temple. 25 cents, uhildreu 15. the public in general to call on her proof positive that Rrown is rnnning in Mr. Smith would not bo asked to speak lutely free of cost the bulk of the exhi bition on the streets. Over $500 was Four hundred choice, pure bred Announcement of opeuing will be given the interest of Taylor, if any doubts re again after his utterance at Owingsvillo, cleared after all expenses were paid, mained of a proposition too patent al- gave rise in some quarters to the report Plymouth Rook cockeiels and pullets later. which is to be divided among tho most for controversy." for sale at 60 cents each or$5 perdozeu. that tho committee no longer desired thirty-od- d Major Burnam for the Senate stockholders. As ''nothing the services of- an otator who would succeeds like success," there ought to They will cmtjrou $1 each after Dec Cily Ordinance. lion Curtis F. Burnam, of this city. publicly announce his willingness to 1. DO seats IvgH, 15 for Whereas the city of Richmond, Ky., see "nangea to tlio nearest limb anv be no trouble in repeating the exhiwas nominated for Senator from this Sins. H. II. CoLVKit, district (Powell, Estill, I.e and Mad'i in July, 1894, issued bonds of said city man who would attempt to .falsify the bition next year, adding such features Richmond. Ivy. son) by tho Republican convention at to tho extent of $22,000 to secure funds returns of the election." For several as will enhance theattractivenees of the Bank for Estill. for erection of a public school building, days Mr. Smith was twitted by- - the show. President Bales, Secretary and Stanton last Thursday. On the same day Win. H. Lilly, and whereas a part of said bonds aro Brown men hereabouts wjth having Assistant Deatherage and RIggs, Treas Tin IJank of Htill county, with S10,-Oirapital, has been incorporated by brother of Grant Lilly, this city, was optional after July 1, 1899, and may be been turned down by the Goebel com- urer Letcher, and every promoter de serve to have a feather. stuck in their nominated for tho Legislature by tho redeemed by said city. Therefore-b- e W. T. 11. Williams ami others. mittee for making that bold assertion, ordained by the City Council of and now tho Pantagraph rushes to the caps for making a success of the exhi Republicans of Estill and Powell. it Tevis Home Sold. Richmond, Ky., that bonds number front with a certificate of good charac bition of 1899. Mmc. Hamilton Will Return to Richmond. The handsome residence and five 1, 2 and S of nforc&aid issuo of 1894, for ter for this suppoeed disgruntlod Goe- 01 Interest in Estill. nrri-- s of ground on High street, be Mine. Boulnuder Hamilton, tho ac the sum of one thousand dollars each bellte, because ho gave expression to a Irvine, Ky. After an absence of longing to Hon. W. T. To vis. have been complished modiste, will return to bo paid and taken up by the city and the conviction possessed by all honest men nine years, J. P. Vaughn, a resident of sold to Mrs. Dr. Wilmore.of KIrkaville, Richmond, September 20, to begin her holders thereof are hereby notified that of all parties. Anderson county, and a member of for J5 000 fall and winter trade. Her rooms will aforesaid bonds numbers 1. 2 and 3 The Goebel law would be indeed an Gen'l. Roger Hanton's brigade, has Embry House, formerly the will be paid at tho offlco of N. W. liar iniquitous ho at tho Circuit Court. measure and its author un seen tit to visit ins relations in tins House. Hor prices will be ris & Co., 31 Nassau street. New York Circuit court will probably adjourn. Henderson worthy of citizenship were Democratic county. Mr. J. P. Vaughn is a man fit and elegance City, on September 20, 1S9, at 12 moderate, and style, Thursday. The Grand Juiy adjourns speakers forbidden to condemn the who is well known in this community In o.clock m. and they are hereby called are assured The Mme. fs Six negroes and three Avhita outrage spoken by Mr. Smith and pertaining to ladies' and upon.to deliver same for payment and the language of employed. But in as a good and prosperous business man. men have been sentenced to the pen.' everything he Mr. Tho fact that he served a term in the. misses' apparel, and that she is an art. are nottueu tnat no interest win De Goebel Jo murdor rases on docket. nor the committee, had tbe re ranks of tho Confederate army has givetr proven beyond question. paid on samo after that date. ist has been motest idea of rebuking Mr. Smith by ' For Salo. She wishes to thank the ladies of Rich Claude Smith, Mayor. changing his appointments and havo him a reputation that cannot be im paired. He canio here to visit his vicinity fpr their past patron mond and A farm, two rnFes from, Richmond; R. A. RAiitoiv City Clerk. so explained to him to bis entire satis brother, Thomas Vaughn, and afteren- on the Irvine pike., containing 181 age and earnestly solicits a.contiuunnco faction. Accordingly Mr. Smith left joying a few days tbe delights of a visit Tera The Pest ts Pieces. acres. For particulars odl on or.addrcss of same, and cordially invites them all Tho Louisville Post Is delivered hero yesterday to fill ids new appointments, such as the atjode would produco, es to meet her at abovo named place. T1103. Ammkrmaki to, anybody who will accept it, free of with all his old tiino vigor and zeal for pecially, presided over by the wife of scpt20-2- t iticlnnond, Ky. charge. .On Thursday laut a copy was the success of tho regular nominees in so excellent a man as Mr Thomas, Mr. Meets Here This Week. Company Organized. handed to a well known citizen iaour November. John and Mr. Tom Vaughn concluded And now smco Mr. Stnltti naa re to visit their brotherteveuat College The annual meeting of the Danville The officers of tho newly incorpora presence, when this conversation took entered the canvass, tlitS campaign com Hiil, in Madison county. Steve, who Listrict Home Mieslon Society will be ted "Central Kentucky Cigar Manufac- placo: mittee approving by letter hisjmanly ut was a member of tha same brigade, got held here Thursday and Friday of this turing Company," arc as follows: Presl does this moan, boy?'? "What week, at tho Methodist church. Mrs. dent, Dr. C.H Vnugbt; Vice President, Boy '"It is a copy of tho Louisville terance at Owingsville, will the Panta on to the afiair and had two old com graph and Brownies please bo good? rades, Geo. GInter and J. W. Parks, to Win. Langford, noe Harber, will de W. S. Huine; Secretary and Treasurer, Post." And will Mr. Smith's continued, work be present at the first dinner, which liver the welcome address. "Rut I don't take that;popor." Caboll H. Chenanlt; Manager, Fred A Boj- - "That's all right. This costs for Goebel change the Panty's opinion was attended also by the wives and capitol stock ia 0,000. A Miller. The Lest. of him, as follows: first-clacigar and twist tobacco fac vou nothing." families of the respective and of course, A liandeomo double case, stem-win- d "Mr. Smith can ill afford "Very woll. its worth nothing, so self deep concern over the to give hlni added a charm too intense for comwill bo conducted. Mr. Miller is watch, with the letters, "W, tory action of the ing gold for a year or hero sho goes," where tho afore Goebclics, for this one thing stamps ment. But, those old comrades got out W. li." engraved on case. A liberal an old cigar maker, and conducting a factory said citizen toro the folded paper into inm tue superior oi any democrat wno in the yard nndor the shado of a big n ward will be paid for return of same more has beon during this dropped them of tho "old high grade U? t Lis office or , here that turned outtobacco, and cigars, strips and"I have no nso at his feet, re Iihs mounted the stumo taken against maple tree and talked Murfreesboro, for traitors In campaign. For his stand gave marking crown, - used home anu corruption, tie wilt receive times." They talked of spt'JOtf A. F. CitKNAVir. tnett employment tn a number of hands, thr garb of righteousness." tlid plaudits ol u great and growing where so much of Kentucky's valor Howard.. was shown by this loss of blood. They company will go into tho man - Notwithstanding then aro probably coinuionweaiin." Tho new talked of many other contests in which no loss than 200 Irce cojiies of the Post A reward of $10 is offered for informa ufacture of tobacco and cigars oil they were engaged. tion leading to the arrest and convic more extensive Scale, and it will be the left on private doorsteps m this city Tho women deserve their sham of tiou of tho party or parfies. vrho liavo duty of our citizens to give the enter- anfl we seo by the papers that this true Mr; ed Mn. GeKolBd, the drtidit for thk AtiUgMfwi ftccaalon, boon shooting tho partridges on the urisc their support and "patronage. If all over the State. Who pays the : Nor-ANof Union City, Rre rejoicing irl, and rttuly wmtriliwd thwe- yoa smoke, etnuke huuiLMnade lifttb freight? Not Brown, act Johua, four milo road, near the fair ground. bortt sptatlc m cliwi. put, guwautwd toteccoi at WiHgIa. i tlV i' uug30-l3mk, MAlutJorf Qw Otil'JJ. rightlv- lotho you with tho Lowest-Pricewgiitiy-madClothing in Auierica made, absolutely Ready-to-Weas it Is of the famous ""Vitals" brand, tho only led Clothing Tailored on a strictly scientific basis, in clean, well venti- because tho tatoa workrooms. Peifect fitting and lw insi.lo, tho "Vitals," llio ery hfe of the garment is carefulness in penditure of time and thought, and is a ) making represents the leoided contrast to tho tailoring seen in ordinary Rcndv-t- o Wear Clothing. Tho Kibncs we show are of the very newest designs that mil bo seen thi season. Many confined exclusively to us, in the face of the above f tcts. XiEare prepared 7 9 'J The many frionds 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 tho Moberley show window. Their opinion is that--i- t is a. speaking likeness, as perfect as the brush could. portray, certainly the fiuest portrait ever exhibited here. Col. Cnperton's pose is a characteristic one and his expression is so natural that the baud- some gilt frame 6eems to encase the original. It must bo gratifying to Col. Caperton that no word of criticism has been uttered, but thatevoryono praises tho portrait in ever detail. It is the wprk of that famous artist, Mr. A. O. Revenaugh, ofGCMth avenue, Louis- villo. The lecture will take place in Ma sonic Temple Hall, at 8 p. in., on next Friday evening. Admission 25 cents, children 15 cents. This is Richmond's tribute to a popular minister. Child Kicked to Death. Mr F. J. Perkins, tho well known farmer of Baldwin, has been persnaded to make the race for jailor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. His ancestors were Democrats, his peo- plo aro Democrats, and all future gen erations will uphold the banner of that party with the same zeal as their forefathers. Mr. Perkins is also from 'ates Creek, tho fountain head of Democracy, and his name will arouse the bovs to great activity. Remember Mr. Perkins. Public Sale of Real Estate in Richmond. UEBusyBee Cash Store's Great CIear ance Sale! Good Cassimero Knee All-wo- ol wild with excitement the RICHMOND is for which THE BUSYatBEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, "Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. V Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. 19c. per pair. IB J Boy's $2 00 and Liong terrible death td a child is Irardly conceivable than that from a horse kick. Sidney Oldham, the five-year-ol- A mon On Friday, September 22, at 2 o'clock, p. in., on the premises, corner of High and Oak Streets, I will offer my residence for sale to tho highest bidder. This ia a large and commodious place, fronting 90 feet on Oak and 2G4 feet on Hfgh Street. The house is compara tively new painted recently and new roof. The stable and carriage house aro very convenient, opening on the street. At tho same I will sell one or two fine building lots, lying parallol with the lot on which the house stands. WM. CRO WE. Knee Pants, double knee and Children's Strictly double seat, all colors, worth 75c. per pair are yours in this salo for 39c $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go at $1.49; Our 53 60, 54.50 anu ?5.00 Knee 1'ant suits go in this salo at 2.09, all styles, "Ujeam ol ttie btock. Q llig Hoy, s ( T Boy's $1.25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted fA Jll;ilUJ'SfJtvO,v' and Reefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to Scotches unBnished worsteds, etc. Take your pick anu lit in tins sale at f i.us. 14, tho price in this clearance sale only 89c. . rants Uassimero fcnits worth :;.00 and . , , .,i win (usuppeur ia una clearance sniu at 91.ua. . i iAJU t..... i . . : i t o ri U1IU iC1U t li&Ub OUllti, UUU1CVSI 1 1 CHANCES Men's (iood Cassimero Suits well made. In brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5, $(5 and $7 will be closed in this clearance sale All-wo- ARB Ml? Mil 1 Mi! at $2.93. A high-grad- a Suits, choice Men's Fine single and double breasted, sack and frock styles of fino imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit in the lot worth and Bold everywhere from $S to $12, take your choice and pick in this salo at (A ' $4.93. styles and qualities in At Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladles' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth $1.25 go In this sale at 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes In lace and congress worth H .50 will be dished oat to you at SOc per pair; Jlenvs $1.75 and 2 shoes will be $1.00; Men's dark Tau, Black VIcl and real Such All-wo- ol Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. wide Senres, Henlrettas, cheviot effects, novelties, fnnf-v.irp. In hlnrlr nil Hnilhln IviHth irnnH. wnrth 35 nnrl per yard, will be slanghte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- ing reserved. Men's - nut-shel- Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a 'T." You can make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $14 to $10, able tailor-mad- e they go in this sale at $8.48. Organdles that were 25c and 35c per yard are now )2c in this sale; Wash goods of all kinds cut bait into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in this sale. a uno J 101 50c oi ouppcrs ior iauicb 2,, a. t, anu some a s mat wcro formerly sold at $1.25. $1.50 and $2 will be closed in this sale at per pair. Covington & Mitchell. 2 and 85c per Fine Jacnnads. Poplins and many fancy weaves in all'wool double width Fine Dress Goods. Former prico 7o yard will be slaughtered in this sale at 4Gc per yard. Nothing ieserved. White Underwear, Ladies' Ready-mad- e Dress Skirts, CarSpecial Clearance Sale saving on Ladies' Ready-mad- e pets and Laco Cm tains. These poods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and stand out to you as the greatest bargains we aro ollering in thisvsale, ask to ec-- them. o flrst-clas- a. Not an article in the entire big store left untouched, this sale must bo far reaching, a clean sweeping and a great space cleaning sale for us. We must have room for onr fall stock and the only way we see to got it is to actually givo away and throw out sovorai thousand dollars worth of the host Roods wo havo to our customers and let them profit by our loss. Don't fail to attond this sale. A Great Big Lot of Men's "Too Linen" Pants and Men's Iiluo Camlet Jeans Pants "tho best" New York Mills Camlet, will bo closed at 39c per pair. Rrlng along your CASH when you como for these bargains and save time and a refusal, of credit, for this is a CASH CLEARANCE SALE to irake room and get cash to buy fall goods with. Verv Respectfully, -- - w. OLDHAM COMPANY. j0D RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN 30,-Ai- n ' - Tlio great succes? of Chamberlain's Special Rales lo Trotting Itaces at Louisville. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv of the above tbe B. N. I. & Account tho treatment of bowel complaints -- 19,-189- er will sell tickets to Lonisvilllc, Sep tember 25, to, and including morning train of September 30, with final limit October 2, at rate of one faro for the C. M. Browning, round trip. Gen'l. Pass. Ant. B. in hns niado it standard over tho greator part of the civilized world. For salo by sepG-lPerry & Thomas. No man who has never been tempted Is suro of his honesty. Henry Keelilf r & Company, u Selling Bryan's Book in Madison Men Change. Brown dol-I.ii- m Jy xi te y. ss Mr. Louis Pilcher, former editor of the Nicholasville Democrat, is canvass ing this section selling Bryan's book, 'Republic or Empire," making Deino-ocratspeeches and distributing Goebel buttons. He writes as follows: I left for Valley View next morning wherejl spoke that afternoon. On Monday night I started in at Mt. Lebanon, in Jessamine county thence to Miles Ferrv. to Poosov. toEdonton.to itounu Hill, to Kirksvillo, to Silver Creole. I was advertising Bryan's book, Republic or Emoire. giving out Goebel but tons and taking a poll of these political degenerates known as Brownies. inventus. I found They are non Robt. Ileatran wearing a big Goebel button of course, and Messrs. Walker, Tevis, Dr. Middieton and others red hot for the cause of tho people. I did not see a Brownie with bnt one exception from the timo I left Nicliolasviiie till 1 got to Richmond. At Silver Creek I heard of one or two: saw my Republi can friend, E. G. Parrish, and the colored orator, Gentry, but did not succeed in converting them. Oh, these revenue jobs! How many brilliant lights they hido under a bushel! Mr. Farris said to me that bo did not intend to vote for Drown. I think he ia forTavlor because he did not relish some things I told him ; had not heard of P. P. Johnson's trial ol contests in open convention and said it was all a lie of Democrats 1 Didn't know that Doaoy was not in line with McKicley on Imperialism. I left him howover in a good humor. I saw Mr, Logan at his store and found him reading Ivlp-lin- g iustead of politics. Ho had been referred to as a boltor. He said he was a Carlisle man ia 1S0G, but that he was not satisfied a't present with his position and was a little mixed. I think when things Clear up a Httlo that Logan will get out of his nebulous state all o. k. I found Colonel Stevo Walker, of Garrard, deep Into an novel and wo found something more in- terestiutrto talk about than politics, though that was not wholly neglected-- 1 1 was tteated very hospitably on tno trip and expect to see more of old Madison before the election." ic of Choice Walwant several car-loanut Lops. Will pay highest cash price. They also buy Poplar and Hardwood Lumber in mixed cars. Write them at apr5-CLouisville, Ivy. Bargain sales have parted manv a wife and her husband's money. Yon may bridle the appetite.but yon cannot bribe the liver to do its work-wel-l. You must bo honest with it, help it along a littlo now and then with a doso of Herbine, the best liver regulator. Prico GO cents. Perry & scptG-lThomas. "When we say that silence is golden wo mean other people's silence. m The Ladies. et The pleasant efTect and perfect safely with which ladies may uso Syrup of Fiip, under all conditions, makes it their favorite remedy. To cet tlio true and genuine article, look for tho name of tho California Fig Syrup Co. printed near tho bottom of the package. For sale by all druggists. In these days of trusts and combines even the city streets are cornered. The most delicate constitution can safely use Consson's Honey of Tar. It is a sure nud pleasant romedy for coughs, loss of voice, and all throat and lung troubles. Price 25 and CO cents. sept6-lPerry & Thomas. Generally tho experience is worth most to a man when he pays the most for ASbort Lesson 011 tho Meaning of a Familiar Word. Disease is the opposite of oase. Webster defines disoaso as "lack of ease, uneasiness, trouble, vexation, disquiet." It is a condition due to some derangement of tho physical organism. A vast majority of tlio "dis-ease-" from which people suller is duo to impure blond. Disease of this kind is carod by Hood's Sargaparilla which purities, onrieln'rt sepG-l, and vitalizes tho blood. Hood's cures scrofula, salt rhonin, Grammatically speaking, a kiss is a pimples and all erupiions. It tones conjunction, even with the new kissing tho stomach and creates a good appebug. tite, and it gives vigor and vitality to the whole body. It reverses the conUK DIAKUHUKA CUKE A WONDEHFUh dition of tilings, giving health, comfort and "ease" in plrco of 'disease." lui A Prominent Virginia Editor Had AlTho trouble with a great many pco-pl- o most Given l'l, But Was lironglit who stoop to conquer is that they Health by ChamBack to Perfect never straighten up berlain's Colic t'linlera Aud Tabler's Buckeyo Pile Ointment reDiarrhoea liemedy. lieves the intense itching. It soothes, heals and cures chronic cases where READ HIS EDIT0HIAL. surgeons fail. It is no expcriinnnt; its Hillstllle, Va. Times. sales increase throngh its cures. Every bottle guaranteed. hot I suffered with diarrhoeo for a long ties, tubes 75c PerryPrire. TiOcts. inlin & Thomas, tlrno and thought I was past being cured. I had spent much time and Tho average womau'a idea of prosmoney and suffered so much misery that I had almost decided to give up perity is being able to buy tho most exall hopes of recovery and. await the re- pensive scented soap. sult, but noticing tho advertisement of Colin, Cholera and Chamberlain's Tetter, Salt-I- t Ileum and Iczcma. Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tesThe intense itching and smarting Incitimonials stating how some wonderful cures had been wrought by this remedy. dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by Evo and I decided to try it. After takinf a few Skinanplyinsr Chamberlain's bad ;ascs Ointment." Many very doses I was entirely well of that trcnblo. and I wish to say further to have been permanently cured by it. Jt my readers and that I is equally emcient tor itching puts and anu a tavonto remedy for soro nipples; am a nine ana nearly man chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites feel as well as I over did in mv life O- - R. Moke. Sold by Perry & Thomas. and chronio sore oyes. 25 eta. per box. Sar-saparifellow-sulforelo-ua- y ' lo Jlolbcri. of children aflected with Mothers croup or a severe cold need not hesitate to administer Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It contains no opinto nor narcotic in any form and may be given as confidently to the babe as to an adult. The great success that has at tended its me in the treatment of colds and croup has won for it the approval and praise it has received throughout the United States and in ninny foreign lands. For sale by Perry & Thomas. A Won! EASE AND DISEASE sepC-l- m it. Burn a Candle at Both Ends." your light will soon be If gononnd you will be in the dark. Don't you think vu can co on drawing 5'ou do stomach, brain nnQ muscles, without doin.? something to repface it. Hood's Sarsaparllla gives nerve, mental and digeftivo 'strength "by enriching and Vitalizing tlio blood. Tiros it helps people who are overworked and tried. Heed's fills are vitality from tho blood for nerves, No womau is really in serious earnest until she. weeps on hor best pocket handkerchief. "White's Crbam Vermifuge is perfectly harmless, and will remove every worm. It is also a tonic, and by its strengthening properties will restore to pale cheeks the rosy hue of health. seplGlrii , Price 25cts. ,ts ?i When a man is In love, he either works himself to. death or docs not attond to business at all. Dr. Cadi's Condition Powders, arc just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and tne best m nso to nut a horse in prime condition. Prico 25 lents per package. Tbe real joys of a picnic aro in think ing about its pleasures after its annoy ances are a week old. As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative aud curative power, Ballard's Snow Liniment is not equaled by anv other in tho world. Price 25 birtHsT Wise mothers keep their children liating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers. Cancer of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck, obedient by never asking them to do Girls aro braver than men. Tjhey Breast. Stomach, Legs, or Anns, aro anything they don't want to. will make a match with men twice all curable bv B. B. B. (Botanic Blood A hearty appetite does not always inIs made especially to Balm;, which , their size. cure all ternuio uioou JJisoases. fer dicate a healthy condition. It is m.t "(Ino crood turn deserves nnolier.' sistout Sores. Blood and Skin Blom tho qnauity of Iood which is eaten but Those who havo boon cured' by Hood's sahds, that ret ist other treat the quantity which isssimi!ated,wlii-Sarsapanlla are glad lo lell others ments, are qnicklv eirr-- by B. B. 11 determines the actual value of the food a&OTitJt. Botanic IHuod B4tui.) r Uiu Eruption. consumed. If the stomach and organs Pimples, Red, ItSiinng Eczema, Scale. of digestion and nutrition cannot concyclists who go out for a Blisters, Red or Brown Patches, Blotches, vert tho food into nourishment, and spin encounter a scorcher these days. Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc., are all due into blood, then the food is an injury r T.... ll to had blocil, and hence easily cured ' ; . jiiHIcau ut it i. umieui l rur an .11.. declares itself by by B. ICB. Syphilitic Blood Poison of the stomach and its allied uiduiuitx A; disjased-live- r organs f mofOEeness, mental depression, lack of; literally, driven from tho system by B. digestion and nutrition, there is" a txr Stnfjd? parsons are never disatisficd eiiqrgy, restlessness, melancholy and B. B. ,( Botanic Blood Balm), in one to tain remedy In Dr. I'lords"1,' Golden constipation. Herbine will restore the live months B. B. B. does not contain Medical Discovery. It removes figtheuiMlvas. Price Jivr to "healthy condition. septC-l- 50c. vegotab'eor mineral poison'. One hot ging obstructions It strengthens ti.t Perry & Thomas. tlo will test it in anycafie. For sale by stomach, nouristiea the nerves, enriches The Jston-Irrita Large bottles the blood and builds up the body. It Wo slender peruana may be Tjroat druggists everywhere. cl, six for 53. Send for a iron sample is a niusclo making prefrkBd3,tliougli but slight acqumntances bottle, which will bo s;ut by relum paration, making firm flesh instead of effective. 1 mHd, ' Sal 31o8i 3&rc Proa. and BOcts. 6cpto-l- m Jlost-ofth- e 1 -- ting -' m - Cathsrtie ur h uesli-Tonnin- cr Jr!y tate, Mf to vwat- Hookf Pills hHiii$ti it leatta tu man V sprlfln aiwmimlnt UlfiMfcM DytpeptU Tb)t ett-ft- 5! 6n! mall. WMi yon write, describe sytnp-toit-d personal free medical adyltto will to jritftt. AtMxi B!cHi IWia.eeS Q MWUltebdl ttftM, Atks. flabby fat. Medical Discovery" contains ho alcohol, whisky Or. IntoxlcWit cf y kind, and la equally, fre frcttt oftinmt mcxIiw abti &u ntt K3 IF . ERO. Restores CORRESPONDENCE. RICE STATION. Estill county. "A COMPLETE BLISS The Great li now nlllitn IIiIhvh trvaliuint SiF " sin,,. rcncli or ctcrv American. L iwJuvrly intaruntrv.1 to cure lit iimnoI rnmitllcotiil ca-s- of Nervous DcWHtjr. ar Wasting It act iwwcrfully and qult.lrv A Nrw Ma. I'hvlratlv IVrfrrt. I llifi rratill uf lire iff or IClit. IXVI'.IM). Young men will re- (mln tin Ir lnt umnhswl. ami OlVMcn will recover vteor. Itlmlsornlca ami restores to Uii'lr full tni rfhtl vlcor. . ml stwTerem rroiii bcnunal weak IiniKten-yVaricocele, Spcrmattorhea, Mainly KraUsIon. IMt Drain ami Muscular rower, Evil Dream", Despoil Woi. Memory. Jm )'. Ijuk of Coiifklenre, ami all effects or self. . wkLcti unfits and alu or r Wntermiilons are plonlif'il. Miss Mona Pratlier retnrnetl to Val ley Viow Monday ftfter a weeks visit to Air and Mrs. John Wilson. Mcpsrs. W. I, KIce, Ch.if. Rice. Jw Wili-on- . J. M. niul F. M Kerby at-court in Richmond Monday. Tin yoniifr people aro having a good timt lit the sevvnil parties which aru given in this community. Social in CAPABLE tercet in on a boom. atoaoc to the roct of the iUcaso that la xrhy ft ciur-a- . 1 1 1 the crratrt Xenr Tonle In the world It clras Visor and Art ton a ad rest arc that at the I'lre or Yuwtti. It U a rnarrekras MooC rtMM uualarw.Madrer marrla. l)lir U fir palcrhurtm. vrx In Ctn Uv having KHCKNKItO. twtnrrk! ikxI. t lly mall 100 per Im. t li trr tWOO. IVT chrcxfully rrfnnd whore h!x Imca do not effect a cure, l!ic Olrcu ..ra frrt.' A'M ll.o American Office of la .'in!, (.low romn hark to BQBQEAt'XtSDIGALGQ.02 Druggiit. For aala in Hicbmoud by Terry A Thoraar, sept21-l- Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System ClEanses . Acts gently on the Miss Pearl Geutrv returned to her home in Klrhmoml Tueflny nflor an enjoyable visit to Miss JJertha Wilson, on Station Camp. An extra train came up Friday and hauled away ton cars of. ties, which Wagers & Rice have only beeii ton dayo in buying at their store. the I 1 i & 3 -- IJ -- irrz7 h4B,TUALCST OVERCOMES ' go BUT PERMANENTLY 4,tt THE CIAL TO GEMUINt-MAM- V" by .7 ST 8 (X W li B e SB3s5 o -- (AU!?RNiATGrSYRVP. H H "J S. rosMuet in etuawririKi tans tant. JanS-l- H a a a a y W s o h--l osoooo ooOqoooo BBOnS33B County Court Days. a o o o P a s s S3 - (A B23252S3 gggS B233 O'a Taris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Moo day. Lexington, Fayetto county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. Jas. W. Park, who is attending school in Winchester, came Jminu Thii.6dny to the very bh:k child ot his Bister, Mis. J. F. Scrivner. Dr. T. P and Mr. J. S. Gardner upeue Saturday m Kichmontl. 'I hey many of "their old C. TJ. mates and frient's, which was quitea treat to them. S. tt. Wilder, the postmaster at ll place, who had his leg amputated month auo. caused by a tree falling him, pave the Station a call Friday. Come again ttro. Wilder. Quito a number of our people aro al- tendinc the sorics of meetings at Ir-vine held by Itovs. Lawsou and Abbot, of the Presbyterian church. Uev. Lawsou's sermon of Sunday morning was esjiecially a powerful one and the writer does not remember hearing finer display of beautiful thoughts. CAPABLE mother must be a healthy mother. , , The expericnceotmateraitysaotudnotbeapproacbed , l preparation. without '. Correct and practical counsil is what the expectant and would-b- e mother needs and this couasel she can secure without cost by writing to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass. Mrs. Cora Gilson, Yates, Manistee Co., Mich., writes: " Dkar Mrs. Pinkiiam Two years ago I began having such dull, heavy, drag-ging pains in my back, menses were profuse and painful and was troubled with leucorrhoea. I took patent medicines and consulted a physician, but received no benefit and could sot become pregnant. "Seeing one of your books, I wrote to you telling you mv troubles and askinsr for advice. You an swered my letter promptly and I followed the directions faithfully, and derived so much, benefit that I cannot praise JLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound enough. I now find myself pregnant and have begun its use again. I cannot praise it enough." Mrs. Perlev Moulton, Thetford, Vt, writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I think Lydia E. Pinkham's 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 after-paiand am now strong and enjoying good health. Baby is also fat and Healthy." Mrs. Chas. Gerbig, 304 South Monroe St, Baltimore, Md., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's r Vegetable Compound I was enable to become pregnant; but since I have used it my health is much improved, and I have a big baby boy, the joy and pride of our home." care(al-physica, ns ill II9 Opening ef Lees tMti title at JaefctM.. The Jackson Hustler says: , ""Leesj Collfglato Institute opened Tuesday morning with an enrollment of 82, as against Gi last term." This is an improvement. The prospects for the school are; more flattering than ever it, before. Let" everybody tallr'-'fothey can think of and to promote its prosperity. It is the one great beacon light of the mountains pushing forward for enlightenment and better condition of things generally among our people. Mountain people should he proud of it; they are proud of it; and they will patronize it and work for It. "The number of pupils enrolled Wednesday was 100, the largest enrollment for tho second day of the session in the history of the institution. There are others who intend entering, and thi-are urged not to loso' tho great advantage Of an early start, but to. enter at once, or at the earliest possible moment." r 4 PLEASE TRY II 0c. CANDY CATHARTi HUU 50c X ALL DRUGGISTS. Chester II. Brown, Kalamazoo, Mich., Miys: "Kodol DyspenMa Cure cured me of a severe t:a.se of indigestion ; trap stronirly reconuneinl.it M ull dyspeptics." Digests what' yiiu it without aid from the ' stomach, and cuies dyspepsia.- Perry & Thomas. - Our Goods AIND A Drunkard's Will. the most successful merchants of Ttichmond liHiided us the following unique will and testament of a oner One, of Our prices i XT'" honored citizen whose iiamo ho does not give: COTTONB UR G. Mr. T. Long, of Danville, visited rela tives at this place Saturday last. ' Dr.'J. II. Perkins and wife, of "Wal laccton visited the family of J. P. Lon, last weok. Born. To the" wife of Robert Long, Jr., nco Miss Flora Kay, a bouncing ten pound boyt christened William l Qoebel. Mrs. W. T. Cotton, of Bloominyton Illinos, is visiting hor host of friends hero. We are glad to havo her in our midst again HELP YOUR PASTOR. COLORED RECRUITS WANTED. cseaeQOooooseooossaooeeBOcaceaecscaassscsi 9ooot5;;;;;;;;j;jjj5J! THIS WEEK'S UNION CITF V Rev. J. R. Shipp preached to a large 00 flourishing school at Ibis place. 00 Miss Mattie Ferrell will leave shortly 00 OO for a brief stay in Winchester. 00 Miss Mary Green was the guest of 00 0 Miss Gidie Green a few days last week O0 Misses Basic Hackett and Maud O0 00 Shearer, of Red House, visited Union 00 00 last Sunday. 00 Miej Mattie Ferrell has returned to 00 00 00 her home after a visit to friends and os OB relatives at Kirksville. 00 Miss Ollie Smith, of Richmond, was 0 00 the guest of Mrs. George Noland, nee 00 as Miss Katie Green last Sunday. OS Miss Minnie Tipton has returned to os os her home at Speedwell, after a delight os 00 ful stay ot two weeks with Mies Nora OS 00 Noland. OS Mr. Frank Gentry Parrish, of New 00 os OS Orleans, La , who has been the guest of 00 his cousin, Miss Mattie Ferrell, for the OS OS past few days.has returned to his home. 00 00 AIR. BRYAN'S TRUST REMEDY. 00 00 OS Oca.. eo.. OBt.t 09a ( Oe..;; '...oO congregation Sunday last. 00 os rrof. James Kolson is teaching a OOltn OCtt eo 9a DON'T FORGET IT Caii eaucea rnces 6Sa e OOtti :.... Choice St'les in Lixwns, Dimities, 'Wash Piques, Ginghams, and xll going at SLAUGH- He 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 you 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 d ience that will relieve his 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 hearhim criticiso unjustly, take his part, but do not tell him every thoughtless thing-- that some unwise person may 6ay 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 bo, ho will appreciate your interest in him, and be benefited by your wisdom. Do not speak about him or his family anywhere, especially in the presence of your children. They will not for get your remarks, and when he tries to do them good, you have rendered this improbable by your lack of prudence If, from nny 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 sliould 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, bo will make the amend honorably. Love him, and teach your children to love him, and you will de rive great good from his life and from the ministrations of the truth ns he talks to you at Sunday service. Texas Christian Advocate. hard-worke- Tho Recruiting Officer at Lexington has just received instructions to enlist d sound colored men for Cavalry service in the Phlllipine Islands. Thcso men are wanted at once, and should apply to the Recruit make. able-bodie- "L leave to society a ruined character and a wretched example. I leave to my parents as much sorrow as they can in their feeble state bear. I leave my brothers and sisters as much shame and moitification as I could bring 011 them. I leavo to my wile a broken heart a life of shame. I leave to each of ray children poverty, ignorance, a low character, and a remembrance that their father filled a drunkard's grave." For tho convenience 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 havo the same bequestsio Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial. 's why you want to sec them before you buy. We mean fh9 pfe3, our Insurance The ladies cannot be deceh ed , by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims. Al we have to say is, we buy in the best markets o: the world, select the la test goods, and when' you buy you know you hav ing Offico 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 There's always hope while there's One Minute Cough Cure. "An attack of pneumonia left uiv lungs in bad shape and I was near the flrststages of consumption. One Minute Cough Cure relief. Terry & Thomas. A Gasoline Stove. A sweet-scente- d GO..OSa.CeOCo Robbed the Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject is narrated by him as follows: "I was in a most dreadful condition. - Percales. TER PRICES eo" pa... os 00 Mr. Bryan has outlined a plan for os regulating the trusts which is an im OS 08 provement upon Mr. Depew's in that it as contemplates the protection of all the OS 00 people against oppression and extorOS OB os tion, while Mr. Depew's suggestion en, tongue coated, pain continually in the protection of in My 6kin was almost yellow, eyes sunk o... Ca OVa.. () O O0 looked mainly to 00 00 00 COi as as CUT PRICES ON ALL -- &. c.., ! ) 00 os as OS ....SUMMER UNDERWEAR. -- 00 00 00 00 00 as 0 00 00 os 00 00 00 00 00 00 a. OS CO Oa. o Ca Gea OOaa Women's Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price $1.50, can be purchased in the next Ten Days for $1.00 All others reduced -- as 00 00 OS 00 00 00 -- OCa. CCa. ). 00 oo 0a O0im Got e" Ooa. 30a. Oe Oaa. OB Ooa. Oe 6 O0l Go SO (JO All sizes, good quality, at Cost. And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Wholesale Prices. ------ 00 00 00 00 00 00 os 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 OS 00 00 00 as 00 00 as 00 00 00 GO 00. oo Oo Oo Ipina Em pMD aSa. . "00 I ---Mc-Kee- 's OO. oo. oo so 9o. rj) Co. eo RCe. OOo oo. OC Take advantage of this Reduction Sale." Come-twhen want to save tuoney. Respectfully, o u j-o- O0 as -- Qi. (1. n () 00 Oo. Oo Co Oo GO iKEE. 9(o "3rSr7miJ y 00 00 00 as as os os -- 00 00 as 8 00 V.V: 9 .I.lHua o. E MtjJSBi.SSC iiCK1t Sgf Stfcf. CAttkif 'SswIJ? ccpoi ana it .. ti ill raw! 940.IK. lrrrUuta ;:icu of, , too oMtt j.r ""?V,;i'.u,!-,i!c'a- l CiUer Price freight ehanrt- '-u r.n n "u "r ch mile, ff TRIAUln ycjr own home. oaf IT f !VE, retnri MONTHS" 1". nl a r Jy yna ore not w ,n su. f In . joa. ar.J.. r S.l.c HarU.M at CS.0, tlll.Oj, (11.00, ' ""ir"' " '""r r,Oi DF.SZ Kr. Svrl. a.r.I.. C.U!.ui. lj.O CABIKZT BOHDICK .. . . z TUX '1 h i -'- SM -t tiati- -l i Jtnal.tl.iu ivcr 'Awa or miy mum. ;aiWAREQP JMiTATiOffS -- r '' nm-nu- um.'H .1.'. mrt'M Ull.lc- yr?"Trf - raiiuiu with l.ammi, 1 if 3 -- i .j .?'? JTSrJ'alv. tirnT cim rout ov ttLur nit.ii fTi f7:i Eii "si v i : c u; am" : tic MoN SOUP QUARTER CA. UI l '"-- ?! SAWED OAK 2?-- If! Il .3 1 ruxtirousMLj., or.e uluyt ration Khura inacnine ciocjd.(hea4iliT-pl!g from tlKht ) t t De4 at a rraur utli, n.d Ink, t .O . with full Ifp.zth taM and bead In plaes for acwlnr. fiM ir.wtr. ikir.i l&tr .irlta friar, carved. aneled. embOfMd and decorated eaiilnrt rplrli. flnnt nlelttil iravcr palla. nU on ca Iir-- . ball beartnt.i1luinMi A rmailt KMnlMfinrthiM. lnrbnme.aatria-.- l ltbln wiuUcr. adjartabl heariac- -, paunt tension t, !ioraU.r.l.cpreT.lliM-rhriLadJiistablMMjcroImproved ahottls . SIS? jayafcgft . 1 IT It mil tMMt.r nl.ln ... nnv.Llwl Ar TEAM' BIHT3INC QUATIAI.T2E U aeat with evtrr tvi CO hVOaamn ."in ISTS YOU HOTHIf.'G Ke arHtei.oilne trd mtrbliK, compare it rnachlnel HWira pit, br SCARS, ROEBUCK uprt-Cm Brut. Con. Itxhuct A Co. arv) thoruwhlr rluti CO. (Inc.) Cfefeago, Hi. EJKor.l . back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three vestors against fraud. Both statesmen rely upon Publicity physicians had given me up. Fortunateas tlio remedy, and both ask that the ly, a friend advised trying "Electric Kit National Government shall compel ters," and to my great joy and surprise that Publicity by an exercise of its the first bottle mado a decided improvpower to regulate interstate commerce. ement I continued their use for three mond, October 5, rooms at Hotel Mr. Bryan's sugfjestinn is that the weeks, and am now a well man. I know The; Think wo Are Heathens. J. M. Thomas. Prcp'r.. g they saved my life, and robbed the Glyndon, and will remain onlv a few Government shall forbid any corporaA friend iu Grecncastle, Indiana, days. tion to do business in any State other grave of another victim." No oneshould sent us a copy of the Banner, a spright may31-lIRVINE, KY. than that of its incorporation except fail to try them. Only 50 cents per bot ly daily, in which we find this unique under a national license, and that as a tle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Suc notice. Tho good people of Preston-bur- g 5 condition of such national licensing cessors to w. G. White. have probably been buying each corporation shall make complete Herr Max's goods under tho impres GOV. DRADLEY WON'T SPEAK. reports of its capital stock, earnings, sion that thev were tho "latest thine itc, showing that its stock has not been RANGES from Paree," when, in fact, they were Govnor Bradley it seems, will not watered and that its dividend ratios only cast-of- f stock' that northern people are based upon actual investment. In make any speeches for Taylor, and some do not want" The Banner saya: brief, the licenses "should be issued of tho Republicans are in tho dumps. Nathan Max, of 'Prestonburg, Ky,, is under such restrictions as would make A Frankfort special says: visiting friends in the city. Mr. Max's Col. John W. Lewis and Maj. A. T. monopoly impossible." home is thirty-nin- e miles from a rail There can be no doubt of the consti Wood have denied that Gov. Bradley road, in the heart of the mountainous tutional power of the Government to told them he would make speeches for regions of Kentucky, just such as has regulate trusts in some such way as the Republican State ticket, and it de been brought before the eyes of the this. Tho regulation of the railroads velops that the Governor has had no world by Mrs. Murfree Tlio peoplo by the Interstate Commerce Commis formal invitation to bpeak. It Is said are ttie samo simple minded, kind- A vast amount of blindness occurs hearted ones sion has established an exact precedent that Senator Deboe is opposed to ox- that site tells about, and for this, and it has also demonstrated tending such an invitation, and that throueh neirlect of an ontical dofect havo about tho same amount of Worldsomething of tho practicability of such the Governor is not in a humor for cam ot tlio eyes not boing attended to at tho ly goods that hers have. Mr. Max has anyway. proper tune. Many such cases hav regulation. At present there is almost paign speaking, largo notion store in Prestonburg A Frankfort story has it that Repub como under my notice. Tho pattont a a complete nullification of tho laws and frequently makes the rounds of against industrial trusts nod other lican Nominee Taylor has himself, in has either been lone northern cities to pick up oddsandends monoplics because Mr. McKinley's tho extremity of his need, applied in sighted, astigmatic iu one or both eves in the way of goods that Attorney-Generholds that the States person to Gov. Bradley to come to the but one to a large extent which thev north ren peoplo do not want but that alone have power over them while the rescue of tho Republican machine and say. is their weak eve. tho other hav pleaso his customers immensely. He State officials plead that they aro vul save tho day by making a few speech ing little or no defect (and should the recontly purchased a largo lot of pointed-- Roofing, Guttering case ot tlio weak eye bo short-sighte- d nerable only to Federal attack. Mr. es. toe, men's shoes and sold them to and General it increases rapidly), the eyo with tho the women of his region without trou Bryan's plan would afford an interest Job "Work. greatest amount of optical defect gets ing experiment. New York World. Each package of PUTNAM ble. out 01 use, similar to a soulntloc eve FADELESS DYES colors the sight quickly deteriorates until either Silk, Wool or Cotton it looses thusperception of light, some all perfectly. - Sold by C. L. Sear- simple acciuent having occured to the cy, Waco, Ky., Thomas & Ad other eyo, .i.'auslni; permanent blind ness. Others there aro with a large s?0-lams, Panola, Ky. amount of defect in both eyes-- it may be long-sigas well as mixed astigHot Weather Phenemena in Garrard. matism. They can read for some timo Jeiore, my . The versatile and- voracious by holding the book very close to the wife, began using correspondent of the Interior Jour eyes, owing to spasm pf Mother's Friend nal, relates the following hot weather muscles (apparent short-slitht- ). the ciliary she could hardly and 'yarns,', which go far to prove the fact thus the patients consider themselves get around. I do that Joe Mulhatton is not yet dead: and believe they will not she Following tho truthful statement of improve as they cqt older, but it fre- could corn popping on the stalk, 111 Mr. quently ends in Paralysis of the cil- - get Tquilinson's garden, other statements liary muscles wjth alraoet total blind are mado in referonce to the torrid ness, or just sufficient vision to grope weather. Squire Kinuaird saya that about with. Had. spectacles it now, She has been sweet potatoes are found baked in the eny adopted iu time to correct tho used it for two ground, ready to be served, so Lieut. errors of refraction, they might have months and it is John Farra told me. Bright Swine- - enjoyed good sight a great help to all their lifetime.' broad says that he saw a sorghum She does ur, uouistetn s Bystem of tests result her. patch where the farmer was drawing J HUMVVES TUB housework in perfect fit, compensating: for nature's molasses, from tho standing stalk, the deficiency, while reserving tho adjust- without trouble. " juice having been boiled down by the ing power of NESS AND "accommodation" of the heat of the sun." normal eye; the Large requirement has The woodcock dropped dead. ueon nearly or cntiroly overlooked hv IT STRCNOTSENS THE most of the opticians of tho day. Dr. is an external liniment for expectant A Frightful Marnier It given them Goltlstlen's oxperfouce of 10 yekra ena- mothers to use. Moiioa strength to attend to their household Will often cause, a horrible Burn. bles him, by PUKflCS TH E Scald, Cut or Bruise, Buckien'jj Arni- and witli the most improvcdiielhod duties almost to the hour of confinelalestscieutiflc apparatus, ment It is the one and only preparaca Salve, tho best in tho world, will to correctly test tho sic-lit-, ardbva tion that overcomes momiusr sickness kill tho pain and promptly heal it. suitable collection of leiiBes ot specta and nervousness. It is the onlv nouwshes me Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, cles to give reliof to and strengthen-th- remedy that relaxes and relieves th Boils, Felon", Corns, all skitf eruptions. eyes for tho varied requirements in strain. It is the only remedv that Best Pilp cure on earth. OnlySS cents professional makqs labor short and-de- li very easy. or private life. ANB SVES LIFC TO T5B It is the only remedy that nuts the abox. Cure guaranteed. Sold hv Pur. CONSULTATION AKD EXAMINA breasts in condition so that swelling ry & Thomas, Druggist. 5 TION FliliU, or rising is impossible Don't take When a boy ceases whistling coon OFFICE HOURS: From 10 a. m to medicines intemallv. They endanirer the lives of both v other and child. 'songs and attompts "When Other JJd 3 p. m. Mother' Frl?;vJ Is soli by ntftW brM, and Other Hearts," etc,, ho nf.edu no Homo office, 53-- Fourth ArahVie. lx- -' Snd tor our frco iUnstrfttol book. UrflVsg fr&m trig wotlw to wish Urn Wainm-'-LiiiliIwcon Greon and lbs rail14 KeoatorCAOt.60. For sale by Blils Grass Furniture - II. vill, Kentucky. Co., BJohiDoud, JStr. li goods. that what 3rou uev. ueorge a. uiarK, wtio (ilea re so, trade with want? cently at West AcIol, Mass., be queathed a sum of money o Berea College, in Madison county, Ky., for the purpose of establishing a new chair, Tho will was probated at Cambridge, Macs, and tho provisions of the be quest are peculiar. Rev. Dr. Clark stipulated that the professor who is se lected for the chair shall be a total abFor wounds, burns, scalds soresskin CALDWELL'S stainer from tobacco and intoxicants diseases and all irritating eruptions duties shall be to lecture on the nothing so soothing and healing as De and-hiINDIGESTION. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Mrs. Jim evils of their use. In case the college ma Bolles, Matron Englewood Nursery refuses the bequest it will go to tho Chicago, says of it: '' When all else fails in healing our babies, it will cure.' town of Meiulon, Mass., and be expended in paying for lectures and other Perry &.! nomas. objects there. Some years ago the Louisville Lot BRIGHT. BOYS STARTED IN BUSINESS. tery attempted and' succeeded in controlling legislatoin iu the State of Louisana; but the peoplo rose in their The publishers of the famous big il might and wrested the State from its lustrated weekly newspaper, Pennsyl 1 control. Senator Goebel.has done as vania Grit, are now placing representa much, if not more, than any other man tives at every post office in Kentucky wmte snipnnr ana iu Kentucky, to suppress lotteries in and they desire to secure the services this State; he has fought them in sea of capable hustling agents in each of Chalybeate. Pleasure son and out of season, and has thereby the following towns of Madison county become a benefactor to the State If Richmond, Berea, Waco. Kirksville, and Health Resort. mainly through his efforts lotteries have Pnnola, Silver Creek and Valley View, been suppressed iu Kentucky, what and in such other towns as are not al -- OPEShundred men of his traduccrs, take the ready supplied. The woik is profitable very pick and choico of them, have snu pleasant. A portion of Saturday only 1:1 15 OCTOBER 1st, done a hundredth part as much for the is required. Over 5,000 agents aro doof thi State as Senator V.'illiaui ing splendidly. No money whatever benefit is required. Everything is furnished Gocbel? Paris Kcntuckian. On the R. N. I. & B. Railroad and the free. Stationery, rubber stamp, ink Kentucky River, in tlio midst of and pad. advorising matter, sample 0 Mountains and Romantic Scenery. copies, etc. Papers aro. shipped to be Tho White Sulphur is aspeciiic for paid for at tho end of each month. skin and kidney troubles; the Those not sold are not charged for. The wellknown and skillful Chalybeate, nature's tonic. Ho Write to Grit Publishing Company, Sulphur Baths in tho house. Williamsport Pa., and mention Tub OPTIC SPECIALIST, jCoVFor further particulars address, sptl3-3- t of Louisville, Ky.. will return to Rich Richmond Cmmax. Total Abstainer. Bill Beckncr. of Winchester. Not isfied with bolting the Democratic nomi nations, lie is eaul to Have been in Frankfort last week to urge Gov. Bradley to make speeches for Taylor, Alter tho currying down that the gov ernor gave him a few years, he must have the cheek of a eovernmcnt mule to call on the governor for nny purpose much less to ask such a favor of him Bill evidently loves to be kicked. Stanford Journal. enred me," Helen shrub indeed is Old completely Bismak, N. D. writes instant McHenry, Gives sat the latest, up-to-da- te Is If White Gibson S3 FOUND ONLY AT THE s SDR. PEPSI N Cash Hardware Store of If DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. jgjA .!3 is ESTILL SPRINGS Screen Doors, Irwci "lO Water Coolers, tJT Refrigerators, Champion Bin- on1 UUU iUUII LIS, mchl-l- y Binder Twine, Etc. MS? Ml Dr. Go Qoldstien A BOON TO MANKIND! 1 ,5wr TABLET'S BUCK PIL tj z2 "3 1 kl m iisgS 1 imBT) W in IM I I 1 1 ?W -- I35- A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and ECONOMIST EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 75 cents; bottles, 60 cents. JAMES F. BALLARD, Sale Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, For sale by PERRY x & THOMAS, Druggists. ian' o w Madison Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED 1863. short-siffhte- d. in JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietou. out-of-da- al -- W n IP! Wo f STOMACH, A HUSBAND m SAYS: ht una Wfteeier & Wilson Sewing Mac&ine, notary aid Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign aiid American Marble and Granite. PIfiE WORK A SPECIALTY. Cemetery Work. "Will find it to their Intprost tn rnll-ntUn bl am.wl in tl.o n nr of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constantly on t.ninl a largo stock of finished work to solect from, at prices to suit all clas-- s f ouyers. ETNn. W. . UOUOHER, ono. of the best workmen in Ontl k Keutuckv. is in chanre of nnr nmi o.ia ,r.nnu ,:.,r..i. in every phase. Parties livinc at a distance should write to us for di . i s which will bo famished on application. r -- inosewbo are contomnlatlne- bnvint Mnrliln. firnnlfo. nr m,v tin,! - .1 - YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED."! near-sighte- d, think T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. di-o- her Why Suffer Agony ? When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you. 16 is tho discovery of an eminent physician. fla Knifa I MoitieF's Friend No intsrn.pi.on of Business ! J r blood, r NERVES Ball Bearings After ycara of sutrcrinn. DON'S PILE OINTMENT was rec- rmmended to tee. The use of one box effected a p'ennancnt cure. I voluntarily give you CiU statement, hopinp; it will be the means of bringln-yo- ur wonderful remedy to the attention of ethers suffering with piles'." Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. cured thousands, and will euro you MK. 1. S. WILCOX, prcmihont merchant, politician and'clucf ot tho Chattanooca Piro Denartnifint. savs : iho first treatment brings lmmediato relief. It has ill nV LUNGsTy DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. .. . 11 ocUr-l- y