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EI1 T II ii iiTi ir rj11 T z or THE RICHMOND TcLIMAxfmornm L= r y 1 VOLUME 2OREMOND F iMADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1899 NUMBER 17l= ii For Rent d ++ + t Choice of three good Q office rooms over Doug I las Simmons hard ware store Main St desirableiwith modern conven iences GRIGGSBY IHUNCEY I EASTERN KENTUCKYI ESTATE AND COLLEC TION AGENCYo KVlEliftAtlS Manager Vvtfi Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection LWrite or call on me rot fUtttr pfl IieuIars- F11CEflnI1n D Mlbctey llnUd ng Kirlinjoml Ky PROFESSIONAL OAftS= AcrORNBYSI iiAIMUAEP d I IIfttlJ1lOflit1n the nurnaraBiindlng next ho miwrs Natiotfaiflatik feb3ly JJA U LrfTAi TrOlttrlIT W RICHMOND 1 ENTUCKY Office over TavoiJ itSriVware store op ponite Court t i81n Main Street JJIV iffiNEY A T LAW tlbiit dto KENWVX OlliwrHb 13 First St up stairs 81 30 tVfc D M C1IENAULT TTORNEYS AT LA n RICIIMONn WIt1ckY Office on Second etrctit tfver Chen ants grocery 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Richmond Ky on FRIDAY OCT 11 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky febltly ZLLIENTriALI SHORT LINE TO New Orleans BestLineto- ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist SieepIn Car leaves Loul vllle every Thursday night and runs through to SitU Francisco writetnLouisville Ky toAlemphlsA II HANSON WM A KELLOND O P A Chicago AOPArtOnknrine c I NOW IS THE TIME to Paper and so let us pricetomaterial and do the work in a mannerlbewill simply astonish you We 30daysNewPaper designsNew pGrjo11onand Linseed Oil at factory prices freight added Win v from lOc each on paintthatshade of ordinary color Jbr Okilythethe best oil the the market at adverUseo call and see for yourself YindowGlass Picture Frames Artists and Painters Supplies generally stock the largest prices always the lowest GE QtM WItLGING to t Jitt iitmf- lIoiONIY KY Dr Goldstein The Optic Specialist- sI at Hotel Glyndon and will remain FOR TWO DAYSONLYI PURifY OF TONEn combined with great range and power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Pianot inE n Mtru nt of very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as nvell asa ap peUittttce ttn8 liiie finish We have several styes Some in Mahogony Rosewood etc range from 22500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHH lL G KENT AGENTS RICHMOND KY e yA ornd with one 01 OUt ImiiilEomoIoicnetto Cliainsia wortl looking nt Dim ble Btyliah reasoiinblo in price An Ideal birthday or wedding present j Onr hew deafens in Finger Rings ar- ikIflgexampjes C of the jewelers arti Ihe ladles nrein love with them They satisfy Tliatfl wby they sell so readily Beauties fur bargain buyers hen liti need ofirepaIrfng give me a call F t YEAGER No 28 2cl St Richmond Ky sep6ly Lumber For Sale I have at my mill near Waco about three hundred thousand feet of firstcSassoak lumber which I will sell at mill or loaded on cars For further particulars ta11 On or address JM BOWMAN nly53mo Waco Ky nn 1k n Qhio Bulmy Time of Trains at Winchester Ejr WESTBOUND Ml Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 65 am Eastern Express for Louisville 7 am Uorehead and Lexin ton Accoru3 00 pm New York Limited FF VV 4M pm EAST BOUND exinton and Morehud ACCQID 9 15 am New yorkXiaiited F PV II am pmWashlflKtonAccommodation trains run daily ezoept BCnl Other trains run dally Through tleepiDganl dining par un Ice to ewYor1c For Informatlo rates or sleeper reMmtlom all ou or write K HOODAKeutLANny Ky- otOEORGEWOAnrEY JO f A OJ50R1 Lexington Ky e BROWN MEN IN MADISON COUNTY AND OTHER MATTERS Editor Climax prohibitionist ne leJIt was a lapsus linguae Hy an actijal thatIfTaylor Goebel find Bft Vn that would vote totS Taylor When he this to another prohibitionist Who was propounding questions to liihij put on two Qoobtel bUUollS lint said that old makeIbeenrntIookIngweeks Every now and then I find a yandprWhenBrown Wan hotsa Republican and he says I will find ood tins of boltersBrover yander antI when I get the same old tale and on ad infinitem until I have finallj run it oB ol terra firma and located it in the moon You never saw a lot of fool Democrats joining the Democratic cliuich so fast in your life They see that Brown is merely an Aid Society to Taylor and they are kicking themselves for con genitarfools Every day the ranks of the bolters is getting mom thin nnd ser ned This Is the Jhost Imjjbrtaht elec tion held in fun years sewer mind about meh but Principlesl Men pass p1areA man who witS undecided EAid to me ftionBryan in 1000 hewonld support Goebel RePlDlicmitlC1tit circuit 5odgek alPof our consrwsmcn and two UnIted States senators Legrslative Congressional and Ju dicial districts would jerrymandered by the Republicans as they do in Re publican States If Kentucky Is not siIonIThe dissatisfied man tumbled off the fence like a bull had struck lain fu tliej back I heard IHeand Itold him fliat If trio Democrats were lorlum po tcalt rput IPIlns IUII1 pertfdnafiy fheyvould beat out or him j tdlimdsno ifuisomee t qlognorboflattering praise fl0 m y second Andrew Jackspn but he is yet young1 IiqIerQ consider Brown a second Almighty Who ever heard pi 6od Almighty with the devil in him yheso purifiers 5tartexl out bythstealing our platform and trying steal our device our proud gallinaceous bird tim Rooster time game cock of the walk Goebel will be elected by a Sam Tilden majority All tlio Democrats are going to the polls this time if they ave to wade the creeks in spite of and high tide The old hornets thestc hiarriedand with tho CourierJournal giving him halfhearted support The ini maculate Brown carried it only by twenty thousand Weve got the votes it makes something extraordinary o arouse them and it has happened Ve losttcnt thousand to McKinley and five thousahd to Palmer and Buck nor and the CourierJournal getting them I know a follow who for twenty four years held office under the Demo cratic party and tben ho was defeated Nbw he is picking flaws in the Louis yule convention Ho is however for Ooebolpso ho says but hebelongs to the cold water brigade His idea ot how the campaign should be conducted is unique lIe does not believe in makiu speeches Ho wout wear a Goebel button He wants to go about and see the bqlters all by his loney or course ho is perplexed politician lie is Without a fight ue would be beaten to death Suppose we were to call off all the speakers anc writers where would we be I believe in order todefeat John Young Brown and bury him we should use buttons Bryan books banners badges biros r T T I Sure r I Jureor1 ColdsWhen the children et their fset wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath a bowl of hottdrink a dose 0 Ayers Pectoral and put them to bed The chances are they will be all right in the morning Conftinue the Cherry Pectoral days all cough has dis appearedOld are also cured we mean the coughs of bron chlriSj weak throats and irritable lungs Even the bard coughs consumption are always Iby1gerS CheIPllpccloiiiI I ri Every doctor knows that wild remedyknownsoothing and lieallng Inflamed throats and lungs Put 09 0f Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters ovf ycur iussg n MdIAllrke Free I We now lava Homo of tfce molt eml nent pliytlclant In the UnlUO stale Unusual opportunities and litug eijierl eneAcmiJiPnhIySt them for you medlciiHailrlee Writ ftecl nil tke cat Ueuiart In oncW Addretl nrJLL lYric Lowell JUg J 4 I v 0bsowmYPmtE IIheba nds and barbecues Without enthuslnlstn fall bannot gtt up sttaill indifference With out an resIe campaign there would be no romance or enchantment for the floater Richard W Knott The Win his gonaolimThemarplot I think I am safe in predicting that Jessamine county will not go fuijthat old imbecile i that Palmer Cox specimen of litical phenomena John Youi g ownie I recall to my memory that when he was the regnlar Democratic nominee for Governor that Jessamine county for the first time ill a quarter of a century went Republican Other Blue Grass counties went the eame way he will therefora not carry Jessa mine county tills tune I doubt it Brown will ever gel signaVuVes enough to have his tftrne enrolled oh the ballot It requires two per cent of the total tw vo Lelelveadd Republican nameS find fictitious mes and nitor raking every connty the btate with ane fakh comb the number would tiaVe fpbe supplement l by rakVng eVery district In h elf J lun Young Browns political body lies mouldering in the grave Goebel started in life with only one suspender and a atonebruise be worked two years as a jewelers apprentice and then when he got to the Legislatnrei belcausebe ntr hilleye ncel TIieyrejrd 1Ilhn t dapgerj recordlSI19fThis 19aiml tO tqBobsoul Bob tQld hmltnto fire waJ and be hellflred away Afwr he got through Bob said t According to you all the great Eiofictdmlo the world have gone to hcllf Hitf o stateEmen all time poets all thq musicians all the inven and discoverers in short every dy worth mentioning Yes said the preacher Well then you only prove that the society of hell is good while the climate is bad That Is the way with the Brown ticket i the pint rm is good because they stole it from e Democrats but the ticket is abom inableNowhonor bright did not Hardin and Stone and even John Young Brown have wirepullers in that Louisville convention as well as Goebel To be sure In the final pull GoebePs wire had a little barb on It and he cut down the other fellows trochasand that is all em is of it He hind the brains and s workers bad clear heads and the other fellows did not know how it Imp pe slnedconvention Out of nearly eleven hundred delegates the charge of bribery was never intimated and we all know it Hardiu was defeated because be did not at any stage of the game have votes enough 1 was for Hardin and when he saw that he Was defeated he withdrew in good faith and then and there pledged hi insell to be found fight ng for the nominee alongside the boys in the trenches Then and there I said that I would not let Wat Hardinbe any better Democrat than I would be and I mean itt I stilt have faith that General Hardin will be as good ae his word I sawIt fellow time other day with a Brown button on the fIrst onu fever saw and I dont see any here lIe had i t pinned to his suspender and most appropriate place for Brown suspend edvona gallitsl campaigllchired to make speeches lam selling Bryans book and giving away Goebel buttons and making Democratic speeches At a time when hate arid mendacity and tnrncoat are getting in their work of treachery I think I amengaged in meritorious work They say that Goebel killed an cx Confederate soldier Well if that ex proJablrkilledleys cabinet is so busy concocting dia b olical schemes if they cannot spare a few hours to welcome the greatest naval hero of history And the Presi dent cant go and take his knittiuI And his excuse is that be does not want to detract from the homage due o DeweyJ Why nobody would notice McKinley on this groat occasion The fellow who says he wouldnt vote or Goebel because Bryan wants him elected would find his habitat in worse company and is hard upfor an excuse to barter his vote Brown will take his place with Long street Sweet Billy Mnhone Sweeter Billy Breckinrldge and Bolivar fjuck ner and Judas Iscariot when he has the decency to go out and hang himself Then he would do a good thing for his party and for himself and for society Sonic Smith has left us they say Well I hope he has taken his smut factory ilong with his smell And Bill Owens is on deck You know what kind of a deck it Is Marked ofcouree Tata Little Billee Take Trilby along with you Goebel has ar ranged to worry along without you The Democrats of Madison showed finesse when they nominated K B Coy for county judge by acclamation He proved himself to be a magistrate in the interest of the taxpayers and hlr is surrounded l y hundreds of Republi can neighbors who are going to sup port him on account of his personal popularity Old Madison is in line for Coy DemocI8pq McLean is a Roland for Marks Oliver and his spear will transfix cor ruption as embodied in McKiuieyism and Hannaism and bossism Already the enifcuslasm lot Danthroughout the West Is as great ask was in 1800 His war cry is downwlth the single gold standard doirH with ex pseion1dowuwth iinperiirism dowa J J 4 AK1NO 1 POWDER I with trusts 11et me read you a letter fr R byepublicThe people of this country are going b h slaading to surrender everything to the oney barons Perhaps the Spanish alRevolutionand relief we may look for the worst I to Thtilepreach the truth Heretofore it did no g th jueywe llo eicthwartOut in the country the RepublicansPe gladly hear Democratic while willkeepwhich 1 do not mention Ifor obvious reasons t had a letinh cnn postipaster to lock up his ofitce and store and with his wife and child come to hear me We must go where tliey ire a tlleti them know that our cause its their cause in the coming campnign They are nearly all poor people struggling for exlsten and once we win their ears we win their heart I saw the other day where a lot of volunteers deserted rather than go to the Ihifippines and fight against these 01jficersh ahlavenov ryertrati n who will foYer see homCj or lJdsYlIpalthdriven tfte lffiting In their clesPCI1 ion by norl I have nQ YUlpa1 thy TJiey nrenqtuniikejthat regiment ageJ1fight on either side that would pay the m HEnemiesslander arc trying to thwart the willof the people and hare Goebel with hay ing stolen his nomination The nomi n fr PhuitsIn cogI have been engaged in taking a poll of the Brownies and it is the softest job I ever struck There was one in Gar rard county at Lancaster a man named lI pratcherpoatcherBryantsville a man named Ruble or Ruplc or Rupee or Rupe or Roop who has the Raps or the limbcrncck Over in Madison are not to be fo stundloncy nail courting solitude at Kirks vllle named Prewitt or Spewitt poor fellow flocking by himself Of course in the republic of his mind one is not a plurality Over at Valley View I heard of one but It proved to be a base ander The gentlemen told me be lure I had hardly talked to him five minutes that he reckoned he would support Gotibeli and I predict that bo will be found giving valuable nl l to the ause of true Democracy as the Cam- palu warms up- I found a man time other day who had been kteping an account of the al leged bolters as glvea out in thattTruth Seekw the Dispatch and ing up the number counting three hundred for Scott county two hundred for Madison fifty for Jessamine and so on Brown would still lack about one hundred and sixty thousand votes of being electetti Of course the estimates are gross exaggerations and show on the face of it that the Drown movement is only an ineffectual aid to the Radical party The Republicans have given tisan extravagant maladministration and they breed corrupt ones Thin raised the tax rate tell cents on the 100 of property and they gave us stinking scantlalsln tile public institutions and ouehungry devil sold out answers to teachers examinations within three months after Bradley Was inaugurated Bradley tried to give ns a Rood admin istration but the devils wouldnt let him Bradley is not making any speeches his throng is sorer Honor seems to be the subject of the bolters story I Well let us lookat that When a man participates in a primary or a convention he solemnly pledges his honor to abide by the decision and if be says he wont should be kicked out as he deserves to be They do not have to answer for some sins of a convention but they do for their own iltJlefeIsfor a man to bolt shows on the face of it that ho holds his bonor lightly where principles are not involved Did you ever see a political curiosity We have one in Jessamine county An office holder of course His name is Jackson no kin to Andy Well hew s a goldbug and now he Is a Man Without a Party Goebel doesnt suit hIm Brown doesnt suit him anti Taylor doesnt suit him Jo Blackburn once asked what sort of a man is Jackson anyway ildou jjelievgyou eanfindhis mntchtb1s aide of hell and I haxe my doubts whether you could find another one like Jiimm helL itself Once some one asked the late General John B Houston about Jackson He said I know him i I married his sis ter He Is a better man than Christ and afi stubborn as the devil Ho and Brqwn ought to poia doubleharness Lois tLO1iE14 JiiekoIammv1hie Ky Volcanic Eraptloaa Are jjrarid but Skin EruptiQus rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains BeSt Pile cure on earth IJrivcM out Pains and Aches Only 25 cell ta box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perryk Thomas Druggests 0 The Somerset Journal Bays William Fair lie keeper of the toll gate vicar Liberty on the MIddllebWgoC My co Bty has fallen Iwir1 to a 1300080 iat ii 1iubrMka tllsRE SON A bolter of this county on being pressed forhU masons for not upport lUll Senator Uuebel lrtIiPd that lIe would not vote for any man who mistreats his wife as Go bi l doesr As Senator Goebel is a bachelor our bolt iiig friend will have to find some other excuse for not doing lila duly Win chester Democrat Story ofaMarr To be bound hand and foot for years the chains Of disease in the worst of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Jtlch tells how such ve was made free lie says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed one After using two bottles of Elec o Bitters she is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work is supreme remedy for female lie eases quickly cures nervoueneeH sleeplessness melancholy headache faint g and dizzy spells This miracle rking medicine is a godsend to weak kly run down people Every bottle aranteed Only 50 cents Sold by rry tk Thomas Druggists 6 CONUNDRUMS j Why are watermelons full of watci Because they are planted in the sprinl What is the proper length fprayoung womans dress A little novo two feet Why cant tt sellt postal cards any longer Because they are all the same length v What closf of mel are apt to marry for money more than others Clergy men They are simply perfect writes Robt Moore of La 1nyeite Ind of DeWitts LiltliEatrly Risers the fa m otut IIUI6pil1s fur constipation and- hveraliments Never gripe Per Thomas Xews has readied here that Dr William Ferguson was shot while flee in g from pfficers at Pineville He was accused of selling whisky and disturb- Ing a Baptist association meeting and resisted arrest Best on the market for coughs and colds and all bronchial troubles for cr HetryRne Minute Cough Cure Perry l Thomas Michigan capitalists have incorporated the Laurel Fork Land Company of imeviiie with 100000 capital The mpany proposes to develop the oil an d mineral resources of Hell county Kodol Dyspepsia Cureis a scientific co the endorsement of eminent physicians and the medical ess It duzests what you eat and stivehy cures or A Ko Bloomiiigdale Tenneays it cured ycltrlsst1ndIng Fifteen hundred coal miners Are on a rike in Lauiel county for higher wages and all the mines are closed c R CNfl FOR WEAK MEN ytccL13tsu1t Urnlatot business ttdv rr rn Trfcip FircallnCm rIIhiLlrculara free Address the American oQcoot B rIsnUFor sale by Perry k Thomaii ept3lye ++++CALL AT + + + + dtlfIj SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommodating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap Phone 3 Second St RICJI2JOND XY T= etT Ds1KLThe Leading Specialists of America f 20 YEARS IH OHIO 250000 CURED B iWEcifft EMISSIONS Nothing cit bo mona tleiaoraliiice top 1esencafeelingofmarriedlife I 4 whether caued by evil hsbiU in youth ourNewcure 700 NOCURENOPAY Header yuuuecil help Early obnso or youExpoureare not ufe till rared Our New Method wilt euro you You run no rbk 250300O CURED j Young Man Yon are rale feeble and h sjirj ncrrous irritablo anti ex citable Voi become forgetful motors And despondent find pimples 4 toopjngformthe blieht tit your existence I WE CURE ftRICOCELE B- JKo matter hoT tenon your cue may onrlEWcure IL The ems return to thtporpins vitalized all ununtaral drains or lusres ceace and tel1pOaryboen NOOPInAno U i UARA4TEEkitUIIOlHNCY HfIUctnm VAUHOCELE SEMI NAb LOSSEO mAIHHmAND KID V NIX dlac CONSULTATION a yltEg IIOQES FIiEE CUAROES MODERATE Ifenahie to call write fur a liLANK 1 i rItEAIMENTIAENNEDYIKERGAN STtfat niz H mallmur n al Insure your dwellings barns and all other property In the Uluo Grass Insurance Compa ny of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper ever companyForfurtherinformatlon AttorneyatLawopposite Court House next door to State Bank ITrust Co second floor J H CARTER Pres may21ly C C EOSWORTH Secy SEND US ONE DOLLAR SMftflisalea p tltr klkcr CKSIKTOia LUll ISO TOE by freight COO tubjcct to rianiiaUan EDwin it your Imgat depot and tt round perfect ly tatlsfactory 14 U rrtftlMt eta BIB tAil you ever a or hecrd ofpyas tw IuLTr 11 nn iir iCME BIRD rIethelOOtj WHITE FOR OfRF FREE=CATACUElerand rrhlb choices 7ls ctnre ii troLoyeIIG- tL3zLl top ia ixx23 icwle frILeZpICirou extra larva flue heavy coyer t and grace t rte oven fhelt heavy unlinvd oven donr hndw rne nirkeipUwd onuuneiitucloiu trlmiaiiiiri rxcn deep penaine Vtudklii rcrUlalfcHrt cn lr hand oma larva ornamented hase itt casl Himrr nadc and ve urni h rSU an extrawood prie making tt a ijer rertOGoI borr ISStl lilliSTrlC with PUte and iritarnntr wil delIvery lo your rail fDII station Your lace dMiltrwoulu veyUlJoflO tor incU a ton the freight is only about foi eacu toe rcllM i ut siooi 4timu SEARS ROEBUct scoaa5ntaitltm EwUc k tc are ttongf lellaUr Ciller aprSCm KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatIt- artlficallydIgcsts thofood and aids in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn SickfleadacheOastralglaCrampsandall Proposed by E C DeWItt CO Chicago For sale byJPerry t Thomas SCR CALCWELLSN Fiasklorl Giic W laiteaj In Effect December 6 1398 1IDAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 00 sro Lye lllchmond Ar 00 7 20 2 55 7 05 Winchester 42 6 16 125 645- Maysville 830 40 930 Paris 840 510 6 17 10 23 Georgetown 7 50 4 28 7 10 li20 Ar Frankfort LYe 7 00 3 to Ask for tickets via ParisJ Q P Ai lii Another Turn ifi of our price cutting wheel mal anQther op IRlI portui ty for the prudent buyer Thisjitter ests Qirpenters Builders and others who use Screws Nails and Tools IJJl Lbecaube we are makinff a special sale of that class of goods dnd offer1 LEf standard sizes and qualities at lessEl than standard ratesI IiIfj See us and get prices on rpoKug and gutterliig i v D TAYLOR BROS 11 r4 H r li Itu u ii JeWoej 111REPAIRINGr a eeeV a1c8 eo All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY 11 Rest Svveet r jQ and Peaceful I have received a large shipment of the handsomest couches ever brought to Rich keci mand and will have them on special sale for the next few weeks at prices ranging from 512 to 540 New fresh attractive designs and patterns iTAKE A PEEP into my store and view the line of desksa ava 10Ilanche of beauty which are beingoffered at prIces out of joint Window Shades0- i Among my liar vestof furniture Jfancies tlierc is- nolmemorecom plcte than our beautiful display of Window Shades Every stsle every color and every price Call and I examine the handsomest line of furniture to t be found in Central Kentucky r jer DAYPHONE2S RICHMOND KY L Ni GHT PHONE 23 I ha athcr Mtui1nvctmnt OH LEXINGTON KY 160000 PAID JJV LIVING BENEFITS 65 000 RE SER YE AND SURPL US JN11hr4 We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Cora t I panics pay to the estates of deceased A Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism 4 Every precaution for the protection of the investor for particulars apply to 7 S2ITH BOW7VNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KYIsins A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky A Treatment That Cures Cancer 4 No Plaster Me Paste No Cattlag No Suffering No Detention FrBuJtessjI Duer No Failures and NoPay UlIless Qire I The Surgeons knife anti burning plasters and the linrribTe crude niethotls heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has been forever displaced by the advent of Dt Registers and Antescpticlluid treatment This discovery works a new era in medical scienre and sufferers lrom Cancer lnpur I Ulcers Tumors 60ltrennd Flstulu can certainly be cured wlUltiut tlit liorrillo torture ttUeiiding the quack and Ignorant methods in vogue for a ceiiury Over hiftsP well defined cacps without a failure is the evidence toprovo the merit of this important meliral discovery This lieu treatment is the result of a tljor scientific study of mallghSint diseases and oil the utaost rigfd SOivtr tffic principles FEMALE JDISEASlESi Dr Begister holds gold medals from lending medical colleges for prolliiciuy in diseases of women a for time past ten years has confined his practice to fu uiala sufferers Jlis dfecDViRries of recent date for the cure of malignant is dui to the great Increase of CAncer of the womb nndlemalo breast A well equipped saniinrlunrfe employed by him at IOC Court street Athere his fntit is devoted to ftMIe Buu rcirs and inalignaut disfftsps If sulfurln front any disease peculiar te voinoapr ary mnaimqr ofmaliuimnt roth or itorim Plljuiulree II ta tbc 106 Court StreeI Meiii Ms 1enn r 1 b Ai irjIt r T lTiL r I l g L t a I If frI The Richmond Climax J O CIIENAULTProprietor- A D MILLERDuaIDess Manager O E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY KEPT 27 1P90 rURLISIIIIDzvK WXDNMDAY fly The Climax Printing Co IHIC Hi IMfiK YKAK 150 1DEMOCRATIC TICKET J t 1llIn UVRINOR GOEPELe Nls COUNTY IOH LIHUTRNT OOVEKNOH- Jr O W BKCKAM OP NHLSO OOUKTY tJlnJtATTOHNHY OBNKUAI 11 J IIRKOKINRIDCJH JO UOYIK OUNTY i AUJllrlOniIOlmiAVHS COUNTY lf FOK TBBASUBKIt- S W HAGER OF BOYI COUNTY VOIt 8BOUBTAKY OF STATE CALEB KUKOKINRIOE HILL j t 01 CIUK COUNTY KOIl COMMISSIONBIl AQKIOULTU11E I N NALL OF JEBFEKSON COUNTY if EPOU surT OF punLio INSTUCTION i HV MoCHESNEY tOFJjIVINOTON COUNTY FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER 3D fIST COL A W HAMILTON hi OF MT STElCLINO i1FOIt llBlKKSHNTATIVi l W W COMBS MADISON COUNTYt COUNTY JPnOE IFOR J5 COY FANNOUNCEMENT Wo arc authorized to announce AIICH K VANAUn II POTY for Count Clerk sucject Itothe action of the Democratic Party I We are authorized to announce C M RAY DtTItVa candidate for County Clerk subject to tbe action of tho Democratic Party TEVISIiaction of the Democratic party VVe are authorized to announce M M subrWe are authorized to announce JESSE f cOlin a candidate for County Clerk subject itothe action of the Democratic party Foe SHUUIFP We are authorized to announce JOHN F YAQHIIS a cauilidttc fur Sheriff of Madison coo nt subjMt to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARDof White station a candidate for Sheriff subfect to the action of the Democratic party We are aethBrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Bhoriffof Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce P B BROAD DOS a candidate for Sheriff Of Madisonconnty subject to the nctkn of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR 1 We arc authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison qI I county subject to tie action of the Demo femUoparty are authorized to announce JAS L UVKBU a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate fur Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Q W D BATH BRAG K a candidate for Assessor of Miullfion eounty subject to the fiction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District ncandldite for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party ttPOII We are autborhed to announce JAMES C p LACKKY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county su Bct to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER O PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party ROSStone term only of Democratic tirty We are authorized ta announce F J PER KiNd d candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party curse or POUCH jFOR to announce EVERETT of Police for the City of to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J II ALL MAN a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the netlo of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J D FEENY 4acandidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond Ky subject to the action of the DemocratlcVparty i nn nnvn Wo are authorized to announce CHARLES COI1S our leading tailor a candidate for Councilman in the Court House Precinct sub 1Ito the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DR V H HOBSON a candidate for Councilman from the Court House precinct subject to the action of tire Democratic party We are authorized to announce C A TAY Illt a candidate fur Councilman in tho Court House Precinct subject to the action of the democratic Iarty We are authorized to announce C T WELLS r Councilman from tho City Hall precluct subject to the action of the Democratic party r I CJ8rowerCOJ LEXINGTON KY 1 it Covers 6 the Field C The ubuve remark was made iilxint this ftoro till other day by a uiitlfiuan tlioruii lily familiar with thu iHtids of Gtml rat Ken tucky peojile Vn believe ha Was riaht and that yymcan he us bud cePBfnlly served here ns In ny city in the South we could tell you ol many xmplo rljht hero in town wliii have triedllic udjtcent cities and come to tile conclusiun that I Iliws Stylus AsHorltuent and Qiiitlily were just as good hers as anywhere Think the matter uver take styles for instance Our buy- er vibit the Northern Eastern and Western markets three or four times a yeM and cull from the fac tories of tile country the choicest arjticles of their production and in assortment Did you know that with the addition of our New Four story Bnlldingwe have nearly hree acres of Floor Space devoted ex clusively to the display of goods J from various departments In we acknowledge but one BEST Prices wo IstnudardTHEshall and must be consistent with right your patronaj and iissuro you that every eUbrl ii that win possibly bo made will be put wilt to merit it w Ciirjuts Curtains Wall Paper Furniture Wood Mantels China 1 I CJBmwerCOJ MAIN AND BROADWAY r LEXINGTON KY J n di Call For CII Democratic Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee Septembertions were PrimaryElectionIn Richmond Ky on the lath day of October 1899 to select Candidates for the November election 1899 for Councilmen and Chief of Police and the polls shall be open from 7 oclock a in to oclock p mln Richmond Kyj on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid purpose Id That for the purpose of defraying the expenses olconducting said primary the candidates who propose to submit their Dame shall on or 12th day of October 1899 pay to the Chairman of this committee the following sums Each candidate for Councilman 00 and Chief of Police 1500 3d That said primary election shall be con ducted by officers to be hereafter selected by this committee ith That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a com mittee to provide the ballots make all arrangements for holding said election 5th It is ordered that all IrRnlly qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats and who will support the nominees of this- primary election and all young men now under age of twentyone years who will attain their on or before the day of the next gen er31olecUoDln November 18911aDd who declare their purpose and to I1mlll1te with the Democratic party shall be entitled to vote In ead primary election Gth That the chairman of this committee give public notice of this election by posting a this order at each of three voting places In acopyofthisCLIMAX and Kentucky Register from date of adoption to time of said primary election DUDLEY TRIBBLE Chairman H A BAXTER Secretary HON W B SMITH spoke at Barbour ville on Monday lie will Fpcak at Cobanon next BUADLEY says there Is no truth IGqv report that ho will speak during this campaign Coy MceuEtnritpoko at Carlisle on Monday He is billed for Stanford on Monday Oct 9 Louisa Oct 16 and Winchester Oct 23 AT tire Republican headquarters in this city eight copies of the Lexington Herald are received daily and take their place where they belong with other Republican literature 4 THE best way to fight Republicans is with a cluba strong Democratic club such as will bo organized here tomorrow night Come out and hear the speeches and jino the club TUB best recommendation that a man can get is that which his past record gives him Judge a candidate not by what he intends to do butby that which he has done- Because a negro wrote the above doea not diminish its truth or importance It is from the hue Grass JIngle of Frankfort edited by colored men THE Louisville Commercial must be jealous ot the Lexington Herald be causu tire latter while posing as an in dependent Democratic paper is in greater demand at Republican head quarters than the Commercial itself It appears that spies traitors and in grates still have standing in this country THE Election Commission at Frank fort has about concluded its labors of appointing new boards in tire various counties Madisons now board consists of Messrs Jno B Chenault and Josiah P Simmons Democrats and Mr Waller Bennett Republican Mr Langford anti Mr Clay on the old board were not reappointed We sin cerely hope that the new board will be as harmonious and give as great satis faction ni the old one CAXIHDATK Taylor was cornered at Crtllioun and forced to answer how he stood on the separate conch Law etc Mr Taylor appeared to be very much otfeuded at the questions and replied in an irritated way that he would not answer any questions prepared by these agents running around in Goebels Interest Lei Goebel meet me face to face and ask them he said and I will answer thcm Later in his speech however ho referred to the questions again and said that he was opposed to the separate couch law The must remarkable statement made by Mr Taylor however was the followingI assurance that every bolting Democrat is sending up a prayer that- I may be elected Governor WE hear it said that under the Goebel election law there is no right of ap peal to the courts This charge if un answered leads a fairminded man to the conclusion that something is vitally wrong in the law But tins is a mis representation and we call Republican attention to the fact because that party is most studiously disseminating the contrary as a fact The truth is the Court of Appeals has decided that the right of appeal re mains unaffected in every case in which that right existed under the old election law Another gross misrepresentation is the claim that no penalty for offenses committed by election officers exists under this law But SECTION 16 says All act and parts of acts in conflict with this act are to the extent of such conflict repealed Then all parts of the old aw not in conflict with the new law are yet in effect and the Court of Appeals basso decided declaring that the same penalties embraced In the old law are in effect under the new The Republican newspapers condemn and misrepresent tire law but no Republi can newspaper has dared to print tim law preferring to select only such sen tonces and paragraphs subject by themselves to misconstruction Mn BRCTUS CLAY one of tho retiring members of the county election board representing the Republican party has nothing but words of praise for the fairness and consideration with which hill recommendations were treated by- his Democratic col leagues on the boJanl Messrs Chenault anti Langford Mr Clay says that the Election law having been declared constitutional and placed upon the statute books it was the duty of every citizen to uphold it For said Mrv Clay If itsa bad law fhe quickest way to get it repealed is to en force IL- This is a sensible and proper way to treat the subject aud we commend it to all who have prejudged the law and are making incendiary threats regardin- git It is the law it bas been tried in the 2000 precincts of Kentucky without a single complaint and we have faith that it will be vindicated again this year If however after a fair trial it is proven to be the iniquitous measure as viewed by its enemies we hope it will bo speedily amended orutterly erased from our statute books The Democratic party will not stand spon Sot fur any nina or measure that would rob citizens of their rights and suf ragijB With those sincere convictions and with faith In our party and Its lom inees we have given our hearty support to the ticket nominated at LouIs- ville and we ask all Democrats to re maul true to the patty that is largo ofiotigh and brave enough and good enough to cojrrect its own mistakes without glvin nssistance to those who would OBytIe roy It 1toVahitiltn JInd repie iloMl ffwji lr IT appears as though either Mr Goebel has lied or exCongresaman Colson has told an untruth To prove that there was gross political wrongs committed in the Eleventh District in 1896 the former cited tIre tact that Mr Colson had acted as an election officer while he wits a candidate for Congress at Middlesboro Mr Colsou healed the charge and is paid to have produced a sworn statement corroborating him Now come forward Hon James D Black of Karbourville the most prom inent nnd probably the Ulllt highly respected Democrat in the Eleventh District with affidavits lhat Mr Colsoti did act as officer of the election na See atorGoebel chnrged Mr Black nlso saul in hie si ewh at Danville recently that the sheriff of Clailorn county Tenn aud many other floateis from thatstate voted at Middlesboro in 1896 and that the frauds committed were even greater than has been charged Judge Black is closely related to the Blacks of Madison is well known here and his word is as good as the bond of a Vanderbilt Mr Colson it is up to you PERONALS Mr AVm Arbuckle Jr has returned after a visit to relatives in Virginia Mrs John Chapel of Rowland is the guest of Miss Maggie Mitchell this weekMisses Ida and Katherine Park of Irvine are visiting friends and relatives at White Hall Mr J B Stouffer is in Cincinnati buying a fall stock Capt W B Jones returned Saturday visitiuJhisMiss Eliza Harris returned to her home in Mt Sterling Thursday alter a pleasant visit to Mrs D M Chen aultMrs Jennie Grider has returned to her homo near Speedwell after an extended visit to Mr and Mrs Leo Todd atFordMr L A millard of Caloast returned from Virginia Monday where he had been for the past two weeks buying tock Miss Estelle Poyntz of lift Sterling and Miss Elsie Burns of Cynthiana are the guests of their aunt Mrs T H Hart this week Mr Duko B Gordon of Nicholns steatlyodis now with tire CLIMAX Mr and Mrs Wl W Gav nre BMW Margaret Woodford of Winchester will arrive Saturday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs D M Cbenault Dr Goldstein the eminent oculist daysIfand seo him Consultation free See nil Miss Isabella Million and Joel D popularwith Miss Lillie Peyton Stanford Journal Mr Jefferson Yeaeor of Danville anti Mr Wm Hallam of Washington JuliaHiJginllSundayMr Mrs W W Pipg will leave relativlSinpoints in Missouri They will return about November lilt Lexingtonliftsses Mary and Bessie Ballard near Sil ver Creek Miss Bessie leaves this week for Loretto Academy lastFrilllYhaving resigned his position as assist flirt professor of Latin in the Univer sity of Missouri will leave October 1 to study in France aud Spain Mr W B Lain of Shirley who loft here last spring has returned hereHeerly there hut there Is no place like countyKentucky eelsbaitednesday evening A largo company of friends from and other States were present pur kindest regards and well wishes are extended to the distin guished couple hyherjoinIrerseveral months in quest of health rapidlygalningVailey Tue DistrIct Convention of the C 1V B M will convene at tIle Christian AnInterestingranged for the day Rev G 1 Wharton a returned missionary from India will give an address at 780 p All are cordially invited authorityforfancy Is incorrect as Dr Blanton Jrhas opened dental office at Ford Mr Harry Blanton son of Chancellor L H passetlthroDway to John Hopkins University Mr Reed Embry goes to Danvile this week to take a course in Centre C- ollege1Irand MrsHngbes Bronston will move shortly from their home on North Broadway to Woodland Park Miss Mary Trible of Richmond who has been ppending a few days with Miss Mary E Sweeney returned home yesterday Lexington Herald Mrs Win Arnold is at Sault Sle Mario Mich whither she was called hy tho illness ol her grandchildren Harry Arnold and Paul Hanger sons HangerTheycough but are now nearly entirely re wiledaughterabout two weeks We are loath to give Mr Carlos A Fish our nlwarllllrompt and efficient Iaint Lick correspondent who kit HomooplthiclIfctlicnl plete Iris course beguft at Louisville entering the junior class Mr Fish or more properly Dr Fish fs one whom we have always found to be a perfect gentleman and our associations with him have created an admiration for iris qualities nUll accomplishments that warrants the will achieve great success in his chosen profession while adding constrntly tn tire circle of his warm wellwishing friends RJLIOIOUS Rev George 0 Barnes is in Kentucky and remain several mouths He is in good health At present he is at Stanford Rev Henry N Faulconer has accept ed a call to preach for the Pres byterian church at Richmond but he will still make this city iris home Lancaster cor Stanford Journal The Sacrament Will be administered Sundaymorning 1030Thereserve that hour from their occupations nnd attend pmtorandinthe Pastor We published last week a theImportantTurner able to elaborate the thoughts therein contained and we hope to reproduce his remarks in in tire near future fpr the good of those inter Isted in church work in all denotnlnaj illlhaei cL i l 2t l Honest Labor Bears 4 Lovely FaceS There is nothing more pleasing to took upon than a hearty ruddy face gained by honest toil They arc the saving of the nation these toilers both sexes strug gling for diy bread Pore btniacs them able to keep ep the daUy round of duly at home shop or store If the Mood lias A taint or fm Dtrrity or a run down feeling comes on the one remedy is Hoods Sus par Americas Greatest Medicine for the Mood Poor BloodoWJ Mood was so poor that in hottest coeather I felt cold Hoods SarsaparSIa made me warm It Is the right thing in the right place Hattle J Taylor storrvn N J Jthocs Stagt Hoods Fills cur UrerUlt the nonlrrtt tlne ji anlr catbartia to take with Hoods Sarsa- parillaMAIIID TcDOnSiHFFLET Mr Seth WTudor and Mrs Lenora Alaupln Shifflet were married at Syracuse Kansas September 18tb the ceremony being performed by Dr H S Booth vaMtor of M E church at that place This announcement no doubt will be a pleasant surprise to the friends of these young plo plo who found their GretnaGreen in- far away Kansas Mr Tudor who is well known here being a native of Madison county is an upright honor able and industrious young man and is well worthy of tire lady whom he now calls his wife His bride is a daughter of Mr Kit Maunin of Station Camp Eatill county and is a grand daughter of the late Capt John Wilson the hero of Lookout Mountain Besides being extremely handsomeshe possesses those traits of character which RO to make woman a real helpmate to man and Mr Tudor might well be proud of having won such a prize This is Mrs Tndors second advent into the matrimonial field her first husband being the late Henry Shifflott of this county In a letter to the CLIMAX Mr Tudor stated that they would go to housekeeping at once at Cooled e Kansas The CLIMAX joins in with a host of friends and extends heartiest congratulations and best wishes for a prosperous and happy voyage over lifessoaf BIRTHS IRVINE Jlr and Mrs Algin Irvine of Wagersville are rejoicing over the advent of their first heira bo- yDEATHS JARMANErflest Jarman grandson of Capt P P Ballard this place died nt St Joseph Missouri last week De ceased leaves a wife and one child LOCAL Old Joe Will ba Here For the first time since the last Presidential campaign Joe Blackburn will on Monday next at 1 oclock p m address the people of Madison county in company with Senator Goebel Blackburn recently said I bolievo that if Kentucky goes Republican this year none of us will live long enough to eee it return to the Democratic columns That was a true utterance and every Democrat should so consider it If friendship for Blackburn if fidelity to Democracy if fairness and a desire to attend cannot avail to bring you in let your Yurosity to see the next Governor of Kentucky impel you to come out and njoy the music and the fresh cir for no building will con tain the throng that will be here on Monday next Mr Huberts Complimentary Benefit Rev T S Hubert gave his lectnro Home Sweet Home at the Masonic Temple last Friday night before a splendid audience that testified by its presence and applause the warm place occupied by this eloquent gifted pastor in tha hearts of Richmond people regardless of denominational distinctions There was a political meeting anti a large social entertainment conflicting with his engagement yet these did not prevent tine large hall from being seated Mr R B Buniatu on behalf of tile Richmond Commaudery Knights Tem plar introduced Mr Hubert and he at once launched into his theme His lee ture was delivered hero a year ago and while it charmed everyone It has been revised and Improved so that those who have heard it were more delighted than ever This IB not the usual experience of those who listen to a lecture twictj kWill Confederates Now bo Good When Mr Goebel charged that a brother of Theo Hallam had been im prisoned it roused the ire of many ex Confederates wino did not stop to rea son that Goebel was driven to the dis closure by Hallama dirty attack on Goebels parentage going to the ex tremo of saying tho tatters birth was so beclouded In mystery that it might have taken place in tile precincts of a fancy resort This vile assault drew from Mr Goebel the retort that hisan cestry may have been poor and obscure but he could truthfully say what Theo Ilallam could trot claim that he never had a brother in the penitentiary At Versailles on Monday last Mr Goe bel produced docutnentry evidence that Hallams longlost wayward brother JaR HiIIam Jr laid been imprisoned in Louisiana in 1863 for stealing from a lawyers office in that State Mr Goebel said he regretted to bl1tlJltpnmsfrien he had secured it and now vra ask will our Confederate frlendabegobS and tell ua who has lied Goebel or Hal lam They Will SM Dewey Tqjiorrewl Richmond will have at least three representatives at the great Dewey celebration In New York tomorrow arid one of them Lt Carlo B Brittain will take part in the welcoming ceremonies to the great Admiral Lt Brittain his wife nee Miss Mamie Baldwin and son Thomas Baldwin are in Now York now Mrs Brittain having joined her hnsbandin NewEngland month ago and after a pleasant tour along tie coast arrived at Tompkinsvjlle Staten Island on till 12thr to remain until after tho great event of tomorrow Lt BrIttains ship the Lancaster will be seventh in lino in the first division of warships and thus our distinguished townsman will be in thin language of Lord Corncob strictly in itl Mrs Brittain who has pleasant rooms on Tpmpkins avenue Staten Island front lice windows overlooking the bay has witnessed the majestic utrr of Samp sons equadron and whelice all tine ships lie in plain view Irs Btfttairr will be on board the Lancaster aulha Olympia with her precious freight steams In tomorrow giving a close ylewvpi thjer famous cruiser Male pwsos up nd chom Njoy will this W ujzittinin witii M bs Natl wMi Ir6 a the upper Etfl ifc E erWA1ptd ftcM otiJ It 1 1 one timeithe war1nipsthrevaflucut ters transports yachts excnreiCin bats etc iii fact the whole irnmensebparadlt- of more than SOOlvessels fSho will feee the land parade from the windows gf a friends in FilMi avenue down which Dewey will drive and the 30000 sailors and soldiers will march During the Naval parade Lt Brittaitr will be on hoard hut ship but ho lias been designated as one of urn IHcers ll1eOlympIaat winch place flier officers ill clrrtnges wlhoccupiseats in JIIB revjgwingHtand near the great Admiral While we of tine interior will psi iontly inrbhiedemonstrations modern UthesIwin shall rrjoico that espocialltBrittamn official capacity to grace the grandand momentous occasion with tlndirres ence Mr Grlnstcad lad a Thrilling Experience In our last Issue we told ssotriewhat in jest pf thoitIeored escape from dlownlngof our esteemed friend Mr Fred L Grlnstoad Adams Express Agent this place who is now taking a vacation at Potoskey We stated that when out boating or riding with a girl it is dangerous to allow your opportuni ticS to go to waist Jittlu suspecting that had Mr Qrinstead followed that advice a fair damsel would be now perhaps at the bottom of Petoskey Lake Writing of his thrilling adventure to Mr Pedee Ferrill Manager of the Western Union this city Mr Grinstead on Friday last says reVo were about onehalf mile from shore when our boat capsized and it was only my cool head and ability to swim as well as the courage and confidence displayed by my fair Heroine that our lives were saved If I had had some flighty girl who wouldnt have listened to me we both would now be at the bottom of the lake Miss Moyer went down once but I immediately seized her and pulled her on top of the upturned boat until she hadrecovered from her stranglewuen she followed fractions and soon became reconciled to our perilous position I waved toy cap in the air and attracted the atten tion of u passing ferry boat the Search light which as soon as it sighted ue blew the distress whistle a1 want to say to you I was altogether a different man when the boat steamed along side of us and threw out the lifeline which was very acceptable I caught it at the first throw told Rose to hold on with both hands while I caught the rope with one hand and with the other around her waist we were pulled on deck The water was awfully cold anti Rose was almost chilled to death for we were in the water between 15 and 20 minutes So this ends my ac cident and I am proud to be alive The above is Mr Grinsteads own story the italics being ours for emphasis only He also enclosed this clipping from thePetoskey Courrant of Sept 11 corroboratingthe story Monday afternoon about four oclock Mr Fred L Grinstead of Richmond Ky and Miss Rose Moyer of this city started to cross the Harbor in a row boat just ofi the point and near Wc quetonsing Mr Grinstead lost his oar and in trying to recover it the boat was capsized Miss Moyer sank once Mr Grinstead seizing her as sire rose and nrntrhtheyand taken to the Hotel WeqnetoiiSlng dryclothln745 boat having escaped without harm badlyIn closing the incident we congratulate Mr Grinstead upon IriS heroism and trust that his liar fever under the influence of the chilly Petoskeau waters has left him forever flows This We offer One Hundred Dollars R ward for any ease of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CoPropsToIedoO We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be nilbusInessable to out any obligations made by their firm llIt8ToleJovia Wholesale Druggists Toledo O internallymucous surfaces of tho system Price DruggistsTestlmoniala Halls Family Pills are the best m ill Eeconh Broken OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES breaks all records Never before in the history of our town was there a more complete line offered the people Every shoe lisa been bought at the very lowest markot price nnd we are in a position to give our customers Its Most ak POP Tae W MONEY WE CAN FIT YOU Our shoes are made to fit you will find no trouble in getting a fit here We have all thats LATEST all thats GOOD QT esM We haye a few summer goods left th fwe will sell you atyour own price Thy are all nice and good ITows your chance I Yours for the Right Price Freeman Bros First street HichmondKjV EpUALTO ANY EMCRfiENCY The man is who lisa a good sound re HeclInnstlie has one ofour well made reliable whalebasnO neverwi3naj4of road OINloek wayaii SwtMwrlire biypefca yt BteJji 1Aoud JOIN ittky Osigs l1II 1 Tl y t 1 Public Salef QIA FIN L I iVlaIlisoii Collllly Farm As Executor pf Rice decd IhjUmhl to tine Jijghpst And best bit der 011 Thursday 0cU5v9pi at 10 oclock n m the farm recently occupied by Malinda F Bice lIe Ir lyirrgon Richmond and Big Hill turnpike road less than a half mile town llintta iInr farm contains 1O 831CM3 ACRES flint will be cillcred in parcels andas a whole und sold as bringing most money Tine iinproveiiientH a comfor table dwelling necessary outbuildings Splendid bearing orchard small fruits e well watered about 22 ucres now in corn balance in jjras also farm wncon rind lamming implements Tine land will be wild for onotldrd cash January 1 1000 balance two equal rayineuta sixand twelve months interest from January Posses sion given January 1 or poonor This Is a desirablo home for thopOf having children to educate beIng iu6iglit of Caldwell School Madison Female Institute and Central University At same time and place I will sell as Executor of Mrs Malinda F Rice decd a lot of- Jlousebold and Kitchen Furniture half of crop consisting of 22 acres of corn in shock and 22 ptacks of hay smallcrop of wheat and as agent of- F M nip the remaining half of above named crop One pair extra 5vearold mare mules 1 pair nice 3year old mare mules 1 extra 2yearold yearling and colt 2 brood mares 2 mUch cows 2 hogsTerms of salo septiO4wFOUNT RICE PUBLIC SALE AND RENTiNG ON SATURDAY OCT 7 1899 myfarmMaoison county Ky on the Speed well pike known as as tile C It Estill place Tho following described stock et- cc55ac 01 ea Five work mules one yearling mule and two colts two combined mares one 4yearold harness horse 14yearold yearlingjennet with jennet colt 75 hogs 400 barrels of corn in shock 25 barrels Farmingimplements binder ono mower and hay rake one wheat drill one corn planter two 2horse wngous ono buggy and harries household and kitchen furniture BSTL will rent at saine time and place my farm containing Four Hun dred Acres for thu year 1000 largebrickextra stock barns stock scales and all necessary outbuildings with fine bear ing orchard three tenement houses c The farm in well watered and in SeventyfiveTerms made known on day of sale sept2O3wTAYLOR RI- CEPUBLICSALE OF n liimd B nnMtt rr The Adams Express Company will irigineatbidder tray Octahr 1Jtire packages remaining on hand un claimed or otherwise at its various offices jn tire States of Kentucky and Virginia Side begins at 1000 a in List can be seen at Express office W F GARRETT Agt J W YOUNG Asst Supt sp204w tttic SALE rented my farm about one mile from Inarins k depot will offer at public sale W n 7 Hciote lJ 19 about the hour of 10 the folloW ingproparty It not sold privately before day olsale Three head of good liprscs and two calves One new Champion Binder one McCormick Mower Cultivator one twohorse wagon and harness led other farming Imple ments too numerous to mention Wilt also offer for sale at same time my household and kitchen furniture TERMSAll sums over 10 will be told on a1 credit payable January 11IlOO without inter est all sums under that amount cash qD HAGAN sept203w SllTer Creek Kr FOR RENT I I I will rent at pubiicaucUonlp front ofthe Court Kyou Saturday September 23t 99 at 2 oclockp mthe farm known wr tire Chenault Farm now occupied Mr Gaylan White The farm lisa 280 acres all In grass has good residence stables servants quarters ice mouse eteele Terms mode known on day pf renting Beptl32w BRUTUS J CLAY 4 ANOTHER LOT of hardtobreak CROCKERY a- a GLASSWARE has arrived al1tl thieiso 1nosekeopr will not miss the vopportuaity to buy when every article lisa the durability of two of the ordinary kliJd This Is Qu eaeare trarthyiel tint name Ibid high qu lky ei B thfoglr Jon tthCSc prices axtis4 a wet coine c dlsww Fru tSaaeenta9Oeperd w QksB Tumblers 25V 4 WjWe aadSL 1d ie c IU tJ r THE rt AIo CELEBRATED BUIL ml Is the best article ever sold in Mens Footwear made in all the latest style toes at 350 400 450 S 0 500 c BY lt BY l tie ft e 00J3 BY- rtlE MANSS SHOE The Hooker 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 500 is a winner 1t OCl MADE 1114E MANss SHCE MFG Co Agentsfor CELDAD B TEBI c It will1 pay you to examine them carefully before buying elsewhere QoCt MACE rHE MANse stfO Fco V MrQC0 Oir Fall UM of Mi aM oesJCOIIfIN Ii fTtqr ptrticata notirnBRG8Tl wlw ftetIkji C 11 BENDING OVER TIlE WASil TUB is not the work for yonr wit Richmond Steam Iaundy wiiiv aleifLIVE IN A COLLAR AND SHIRT that will stand up to tlieir Work liolil heir own in sultry dnyn It is indeed a pleasure to haw Linen Luld red by experts f ii Richmond Steam laundry rjCIlMOND STEAM LAt NDly iTHE COMING Of The New Af O ur rail tocks arc Coming in n Bigger and better than ever + before All our famous sjw cialties besides exclusive 1JJ y General Merchandise A3 Black Goodso U In this department is to be found the lar r test handsomest and most varied assortment of Black Goods ever brought to this market We 1have another line of f 4SAjots made Broadcloths Venetian Pruiielkt y Cloths Wool Poplins and Serges We take pleasure in showing these goods whether you tY wish to purchase or not We quote a few prices r40c All wool Henriettaworth50e c 4 GOc Allwool Henriettaortli 7- 5w 75c All wool Sponged Cheviot850 quality J 4 iiiixpJ m ID1j llilr1lID 3 New lines of Felt and Stitched ww Cloth Walking Hats hand kCsomely trimmed These arc tt4 the very newest things fort traveling and early fall wear 1 1Ql Q 125 KoualRider iquill worth Si25 A450 and So An ultra stylish Cloth Hat Rough Rider t eaefFeet and walking hat Be sure aud inspect these 1011 are very exclusive +W SEE OUR 5o COTTON TOWELSW Ms 5r fOUT OF TOWN ORDERS x Jt If you are in need of Millinery or anything in Dry Goods ACarpets Shoes or notions write to us for snmplos or inforinn lion which will be cheerfully given as we have oorrugponil ents to answer such letters A J- W tsV CLOTHING st AVe have received our complete stock of Mens and Chi drens Suits and Overcoats which we will be pleased to show Iourcustomers Boys School Suits selected with special ron Aflffr1tt tSHOES Our stock of Shoes is larger than over AVo in vite an inspection Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade f feAGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS t c ALL STOVE UP0 T I When a man feels very badly hsays IMIf I ALL STOVE UP He wishes on a cool = wereISTOVESThe greatest difference consists not so much in u their first cost as in their heating qualitiesffNo matter how much your stove does not keep you warm or cook your it isa therefore tor IJ g A GOOD ONE It andthe satisfaction will reward you when = you orke cold and hungry It beats mother i inIawill to smash Now then we have a CarLoads of Stoves ready for your inspec g tion Come while you can II D B i HA KEF RD MPANY m MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY ft Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFTKR SfPfiRIOR IDYiMTASES TO SUPPERS rearrangedItBEST DISTBTItUTING POINT EAST QP INDIANktIfor Bait a andEisterBGoo l buyers always in Attendance for exp if cattle and iother kinds of Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attenti ntfTAW MM SAUM XTMT jnUUU 41+ ttlmon CPOont y Q nrl ne c u a jlffi Hi rT TiII i f evAWOMANS FOOTING is firmly established if she wears tho JZIEGLAR BROS SHOES They possess all the comfort of an old pair of slippers but lire innde on the most stylish lastB and hivo the mint 4 est look imaginable We have just re ft reived our first fall shipment for this + reason or tlio above uurne1 soodll Rml 4 have them in nil widths mid in the ai latest lasts Prices 200 to 100 ti This line is wellknown to the wearers t shoesp + THIS THE TIME PEOPLE preparedEis that RW e PBOCLA1ATION OR ECONOMY FOR THE FALL AKD IN JSEKS MD BOYS I S c cL THING rightlykA i ReadytoVearJ T P fitting anSI wearresist ing the A the the Very life of the carefulness in Vl lnlt the expenditure of time and thought and in a l v AClothingJ will he seen this season confined exclusively to us in the f face of tins facts p most feature j our is that we can and dQ rtJ I sell our Clothing at less money lcan we afford to soil such highgrade Clothing for less money than Our answer Is and simple Ours is a Clothingtt41or business The more Clothing we sell tho greater our purchasing power the lower our prices the story in a j Covington Mitchell G rThe Richmond Climax E IESThttVEVF 27 1899 nr 11 tn Dentist oNb clubs Uvganize Goobel club Organize Goebel clubs at once Mober 8 ill be Registration day Next Tuesday wilhbe Registration hay Court House tomorrow night Goo l4l c1uh I J T Jones cold to Juke Collins 2- 0Iiief at 3 ceutsttO I Dinnflr for 26 cenjs in Todd store Jofl opposite court liousie A Goubul club will lie organized at toiirt House ton orro night Dinner for all In the Todd store room next Mundny lOtiy 25 cents 3 W ami L A Italian shipped 31 iioi M of cnule to Cincinnati Sutunlav Kula llttiriM i the contract to HMHI UMPUUIU huu eit Hydeu Leslie to ulllyIWheiiyou hoar tjie Court Housp Zluell riiitf tpnioriuw lIih cumo out anil hoip organize a Goebol Club Dont torgm court diiy dinner given rwthe tallies of Catholic church in the fKJJstore loom opposite court house t Our Silver Creek letter contained several excellent lcallIud persqnal 4itefliS which wo appropriated fur gen fcrctlconsumption tAtthe public mini stile ui this late T Perkins hint Saturday prices ranged I 13 50 to23fiOdii acre 233 acre jltluhLbit in by hnlrii tl1eo 5000 is tRi value in bulk of the fur garineiitK one of a kind that will be 1 t811uwII you at the Busy lice Cash Store October tILl and 10 2t Examine tho recorls ut Frankfort iud you will find that John Young I llrowii was pardoned for the crime ol trying to kill au innocent tijau Blue Grass Clipper The ladies of tho Catholic Church I will give a court day dinner in the S Told store room opposite court house Next Mondays dinner will he served for the small sum of 25 cents IHev R L Courtney has purchased z a in Madison county about ten miles from Richmond and with his wife will remove there the first of De comber Nicholasville Journal If you intend buying anything In Goods for fall dont fail to see the Bee Cash Store Fur Opening Oc ijJour Otis and 10th This display of goods will be the largest ever In Richmond 272t a The annual election of officers and t directors of the Patie A Clay Infirmary Association will be held at the Infirm ary on Tuesday October 3 at 230 All members of the association are urged to be present MRS M A LYNN President Four hundred choice pure bred I Plymouth Rock cockerels and pullets for sale at 60 cents each or5 They will cost you SI each after Dec 1 Es 15 for EO cents Mas H II CoLYEn 60pt20tl Richmond Ky flParties from Madison county in form me that the political is no more than usual in that county tiltunlthat it is growing less The frost will kill most of the crop for although 11 claim Brown their conduct is moro in keeping Kreen taucas tee von Htnufofd JottrudU I IS begin to think of buying SHOESShoes for them the Newest and Latest designs in Footwear It the cream of the trade at small pricesj Shoes for everybody All styles are stylish Our immense business proves that we please I patrons and we can please you Come once and you will come again i i i WINTER SEASON 0 tInto workrooms represents Vitals garment Many above Jrhe extraordinary combining great offerings ELSEWHERE bhow elsewhere pure that1 nutshell tG peiuloron disaffection they with Registration day next Tuesday Goebel at Winchester Saturday Busy Bee ad is a diaioneryof low prices Goebel Fpeaks at Winchester on Saturday Sam Tudor will be a retired capital ist when he wins his 90 cent suit Tuesdav next October 3 you must Register if you wish to vote at all during the next twelve months Pleaso note you cannot vote with out you Register on Tuesday next un less you or sick or out of tho county Mr Goebol speak at Winchester on Saturday next and in Richmond on Monday accompanied by Joe Black burn The Old Reliable Busy Bee Cash Store is out in an itemized ad that will astonish the public by the volume of looM nncl reasonableness of prices Tho lease of life for Uncle Toms Cabin is phenomenal It is a play that bai boon hacked and butchered and nuyod unmercifully aniljet it survives because it tells a story which interests and stirs up humanity It can be truly said of the Davis Uuucln Toms Cabin Company that every performer in his or her particular line is an artist The scenic mechanical calcium and elec tiical effects are truly wonderful The Forest Uncle Toms Cabin Com tinny will nppearat tho0pera House Thursday September 28 Popular piicua 4 told Water Large stock of Window Glass in all sizes Prices have greatly advanced You buy them lor tho same old price from Geo M Willging 20U West Main street Richmond Ky Joe Watts Inside tho Money John Chenaults trotter Joe Watts got third money in the 224 class Spurse at Louisville Monday nest time 22IJ Watts starts today in the 228 S8OJ purse 4hIt fur Paint Lick It is reported that our enterprising neighbor or as Winchester would our wideawake suburb will shortly- boast of a newspaper It is to be started by Mr Harris of Indiana with DrtC E Ioyntzascditorand manager It will be printed at a distance Co bel Next Monday Our country friends of all parties are invited to be present next Monday when Wm Goobel Democratic nomi i ee for Governor accompanied by Hon Joe BlackbnrnvwHl speak here As the court house will not hold the crowd if it is a good day the speaking will take place from the large stand at the court house gate around which 15 000 people can geather in full view of the speakers Tell yourneighbore The Turkey Crop Justat this time the turkey crop is beginning to attract attention as it is nearing maturity and will soon begin to move toward the markets The high prices for turkeys lost year was a great stimulus to their production and the broods last spring were larger and more numerous than for many years before Then the son baa been exceptionally favorable reducil the loss on account of diseases common to young turkeys through wet seasons to the minimum It Is estimated that the crop in this section is at least 30 per cent larger than the trop of last year while the leportafroin the west and upriliweat indicate even a largei increase in those sections Tho stocl everywhere reported unusually fine but owinJbCo the Increased supply with the Itituand about the came prices ah3iBpStiJ5ra I fcomtiwliat lowe tblll 2tIJitH itJ f For Sale A blacksmith stand and house and lot near Kingston For further partic ulars call on or address D D PENXIXGTON sept27 1m Kingston Ky Lost A handsome double case stemwin ing gold watch with the letters W W B engraved on case A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to this office or spt20tf A T CHENAULT New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry f Thomas has installed imperfectly beautiful linn 01 wall papers and have Mr W L Leedsa skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms to suit all tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aug23tf Sunday Excursion to Cincinnati The season for these excursions is opportunityrate excursion via Queen and Cresent Route Sunday Oct 1 Dont fail to go The Queen Cily is at its best in her fall garb Will Lose Their Votes Voters moving from one precinct to another within sixty days of the elec tion will forfeit the right to vote As the election occurs Noveinber 7 the voter who moved out of Jhis precinct since September 7 will find himself disfranchised so far as the approaching election is concerned They Heard Him Messrs R Harris Crooke and Will S Moberley heard Qoebels great speech at Versailles on Monday when half of the people could not get in the court house to hear him Mr Goebel startled the crowd by producing proof that Theo Hallatns brother had been Jm prisoned 4n 1863 for stealiug in Louisi ana Elders Great Millinery Opening Mr E V EJder proprietor of Elders cash store will hold his tall Millinery Opening Thursday Frjday and Sat urday of this week Miss Minnie Sei bert of Louisville the accomplished artist will be in charge This will be a grand occasion for the ladies who are cordially invited to inspect the hand some display Servant Girl Steals a Ring and Gets one Year Sarah Covington thef chocolate do inestic who purloined Mrs C S Powells diamond ring some time ago got what she deservedHjne year in the pen She told her iriends that her lover gave the ring to her Let this item he posted on your kitchen door the first time you miss an article in this manner Street Commissioner Attention The attention of the street commission is called to the fact that he has the thanks of the residents of West Main street from Lancaster avenue to Sixth for having had the gutters neatly scraped etc but unless the dirt Is specdly hauled away the pretty little mounds will soon be scattered whence they came by passing vehicles It has been opr observation all along for years that our street cleaning is done like a careless maid does milking leaving the pall yhere the cow can kick it over Knocked Out by a Campaign sutton Among his mail last week Mr John Ddncan this city found a letter solid ting funds to help Stamp out Goebel ism Mr Duncan threw the letter aside and his daughter Miss Stella mailed the return envelope with a Goe bel button inside This recdlls the hIst- oric incident when Massasoit the In dian Chieftain sent Governor Bradford a rattlesnake skin filled with arrows The Governor returned the snake skin filled with powder and lead And that closed the incident as diplomats say aol doubtless Mr Duncans mail wit not beburdened again with that kind ot campaign literature Mme Hamilton Will Return lo Richmond MJmc Boulandcr Hamilton the ac complished modiste will return to Richmond September 20 to begin her fall and winter trade Her rooms will be at theEmbry House formerly the Henderson House Her prices will be moderate and style fit and elegance are assured The Mme is uptodate in everything pertaining to ladies and misses apparel and that she is an artist has been proven beyond question She wishes to thank the ladies of Richmond and victnily for their past patron age and earnestly solicits a continuance of same and cordially invites them all to meet her at above named place sept202t A MMiH Mere Returns Lieutenant John Gibson and wife arrived on Monday from Manilla via San Francisco and are the guests ot Lieut Gibsons parents Mr and frs Slephen Gibson who reside on the Richmond and Lexington pike boyond the Ken tucky river at Clays Ferry Lieut Gibson wits navigator on the Boston one of Deweys fleet was born in Clay county and is a first cousin of Mr John 11 Gibson of this city It is highly probable that Lieut Gibson will be preBent In New York Itomorrow to greet 11ret commander when he lands Lieut Gibson has been in the navy about twenty years and has not been homo for three years DurIng the fight in Manilla Bay in which he par ticlpated his wire was at hong Kong anxiously aWaitincr news cf the con flict that eventuated In the xrautUil 1Jb1 rttt 1lil c c t r The Opening of the Season LADIES With your kind permis ston we will make a supreme effort to give the largest and most fashionable millinery opening ever held in this city at our rooms on Main and B Streets opposite Blantons coat yard The cities have been ransacked for latest fads ana fashions and our trim mer the gifted Miss Lanbam of Louis ville has just completed her stupend ouR and delicate task of providing only such articles as will meet with the approval of the best taste We will be ready to welcome visitors to our opening tomorrow morning Thursdayaml continuing through Saturdayandawait your pleasure Do yourself and us the Justice to call DKVORE BUCKLEY Million Sale Capt Ferrill cried the Green Million sale on Sept 21 as follows i Aged mules 40 to 80 yearling mules aver aged 25 mule colts 18 to 3 brood mares 40 to 70 Cattle 12 long year lings 20 12 2 yearold 3160 cows without calves 21 to 42 80 fat hogs 3 80 per 100 lbs 20 ewes 165 per head 20 ewes 355 per head 300 barrels new corn 150 to be measured JO barrels old corn 180 per barrel Farm implementssold at good figures Will You Come When Goebel Speaks Here Mr Ooebol and exSenator Joe Black barn will speak here on next Monday county court day Employing the lan guage of one more able to express the thought When Goebel comes allwe ask is that the wavering will come to hear shim If they do not go away singing his praises and advocating his election it will be our treat No man with a drop of Democratic blood in him can bear him and not havo it put into circulation and himself into entire slum A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L MldkitI has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined his work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the comfort derived A Teacher in Trouble Miss Addle Clark teacher at Valley View recently thrashed two children of Daniel Perkins and Mrs Perkins gpt butcherknifeandeven Miss Clark came to town and asked that her assailant be placed un der bond to keep the peace Mrs Per kins sought to even up matters by charg big the tetchier with cruel And inhuman treatment of her children At the trial yesterday Mrs Perkins was put under a 100 bond to kelP the peace while Miss Clarks case was dismissed by Judge Turpin Lawyer Sam Tudor made a superb defense of his fair client and was warmly congratulated on the outcome A Jay From Jajsville Active preparatiens are being made by Himebaueh Roles for the opening of the season which la to take place in this city Tuesday October 3 The play to be presented is an amusing nuralcomedyA Jay from Jaysville A large company of 35 people have seen engaged for the production and the will all arrive here during the present week Mr J W G1JUn water who has been Identified with a number of prominent attractions has been engaged as business manager lie Ar rived here from New York a week ago and isassisting Mr Reisa in booking the tour of the new play which will include all the principal cities of the South Mr Glllingwater will leave to nieht in advance of the company and will be accompanied by A F Bybee who will act as assistant agent The magnificent private Pullman car In which the company will travrl has been standing on the mill track during the past ten days and has been the center of attraction for sightseers dally The genial managers Mr B Himebangh and Mr Nat Reiss have scores of friends in this city who with the wish them unbounded success Attention Democrats Democratic CM Is be Organized inRichmsfld The unusual activity displayed by the Republicans in this county be hooves the Democrats to be up and dO lag In order to solidify the nuksof Democracy and waken Its numbers to a full sense of duty to the party the organization of a Democratic club im every precinct in the county boo been suggested Inordor to take the Initia tive the following gentlemen hare ea dorsed a call fox a mass meeting of the Democrats tomorrow Thursday at 730 p m at the court house to organize a Democratic club for the city of Rich mond R Harris Crooke John B Cbcnault Jas B McOreary Judge Wm Chenault WB Smith J Tevfc Cobb rJudge John OjClienault TT Covington W DOIdbairi- ThtW citizens and many others will lend their assistance in orgafoiziag elm liar clnbs out in the county it any time they aro called upon ItlsOly rieceseary to announce the meeting lox tomorrow night here lit order ttrnthither tllt boils MiI Hu w ci 0M tr j t HOLEPROOF SHOES A for boys or girls school wear You know the youngsters delight in kick Aing their Shoos to pieces Wellwe are prepared for them with our 1Little Giant School Sfco Mothers say they never taw snch11a long wearing Shoes It Is plain as n pikestaff that yon cannot do better 11 than get a pair for Johnnie Of course weve Shoes for every body but thats another story S Ten go lo The Pen When Circuit Court adjourned last Friday afternoon ten prisoners had been sentenced to the penitentiary as fol lowsBrutus Winkler mayhem two years Newton Clayd forgery two years Will Jones colored horse stealing six years Will Fife colored bog stealing four years Will Bradley colored horse stealing five years Ben Curtis cattle stealing two years Jesse Minday col ored horse stealing live years Frank Sllkirk colored cattle stealing two years Walter Jackson cattle stealing three years Sarah Covington colored grand larceny one year Best Record Held by Dr Jasper At the weekly trapshoot of the Rich mond Gun Club last Friday Dr H C Jasper broke all records so far made by the local club killing 21 out of 23 birds swallows Dr Hobson followed with 19 T J Smith Jr and R E Tnriey 15 each T T Covington 13 S N Mob erley 11 and Henry White 6 A fea tureof Dr Jaspers shooting was that he killed all but three of his birds at the first shot Dr Hobson killed 14 at first shot five at second Covington and Moberley only used second barrel once Dr Jasper has a Parker gun that has been in continuous use for twenty ears This is his first year at trapshooting He is especially good with live bird- sWhatever You do Dont Fail to Attend the Busy Bee Cash Store Fnr Opening Oct 9 and 10 The representative of one of the larg est Fur manufactures of Detroit Mich igan will be in Richmond October Oth and 10th for the purpose of giving a Fur Opening at the Busy Bee Cash Store There will be representative in this line all the latest things in collar cItes capes wraps jackets and every thing else that is in favor this season and made out of fur The ladies of Madison and adjoining counties will miss a rare treat if they fail to see this magnificient Fur Display as all the HighClass fine novel ities will be shown as well as all the medium priced and cheaper grades Dont forget the date of this Grand Fur Opening October 9th and 10th at the Busy Bee Cash Store Special Rates via Queen Crescent Route KENTUCKY TROTTING HOUSE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION LEXINGTON KY OCT 3 TO 14 One fare for the round trip all stations in Kentucky good to return Oc tober 17th LOUISVILLE TROTTING RACES LOUIS VILLE KY SEPT 25 TO 30 One fare for the round trip from all stations in Kentucky final limit Octo ber 2d- ADMIRAL DEWEYS HEOEPTIONSNEW YORK SEPT 29 30 WASHINGTON DO OCT 23 Ono and one third fare for the round trip from all stations Final limit on to New York City October 4 and to Washington October 6 STREET FAIR FRANKFORT OCT 36 One fare for the louud trip via Georgetown from all stations in Ken tucky tickets good returning to Include the 7tlu STREET FAIR AND CARNIVAL KNOX VILLE TENN1 OcT 1113 One fare for the round trip all stations good until October 20 to return NATIONAL CONVENTION CHRITIAN CHCaCHEB CINCINNATI 0 OCT 1320 One fare for the round trin from all stations with final limit October 21 Invited to ChicagoFor Revenue Only Chicago does things up right and makes money out of everything she goes at while ostensibly conferring honors and Favors upon all whom she asks to be her guests We are forced to this con clusion by the fact that the laying of the cornerstone of her new govern ment building is to be made the occa sion of a mammoth celebration as though that event is worthy of such grand doings in these days of profligate expenditures of the peoples money Among those who have been invited from Kentucky is Dr J M Poyntz of this city Maior General of the Ky DI vjaion Confederate Veterans Associa tion who will doubtless attend ihe Invitation reads GreetingThe of Chicago the hotels merchants etc Editor CLIMAX request the honor of your presence to as sistthe President In the ceremonies of laying the corner stone of the U S Government Building in that city off Monday Oct 9 1899 Signed Jobs P Tanner Governor Carter H Harrison Mayor Chas U Gordon Ch Gen Com uWm P Williams Sec Gen Com- Pete L Grosscup Ch Inv Coas Thoa a Mac mlao SeeIn Corn Every man honored with an invita tion except possibly the President of the United States will bo expected to get there the best way he can take care fohimself and getaway aliveif he can Incidentally he is expected to spend all hlsdongh with the tforssaid mor chants hnckdrlvers etc else he will not be invited to come back In 1003 when the formal opening of the build lug IB celebrated with President Wm Toning Bryan as chief attraction ThOse OhIaW folks wowkl skin a gnat for lt1tldand tallow Tb3 ell 01 the thtt hb- veM blI1 1j1j2ii INDUCEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY AT THE Busy Bee Cash Store U p H Ej 11k 5Te t em The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and I how great are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers also as a drawing card for the purpose of giving you some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock The beauty of out EnglandGermanr t1 Ia Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an J showmg41iShelvesr and groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them Not a single item in this great store in this enormous stock of goods nor in this kgreatsyndicate oftbree the larleststores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a custo V mers this fall that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN dclbDRESS GOODS We are very fastidious about our Dress Materials they must be of the most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste We are offering a line ol beautilul all wool mixtures double width and pretty and stylish for lOc per yd worth 39 We are showing the handsomest line of Crepons in the market this season Prices from 29c per vd up the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at ydWe a complete line of Venetians Broadcloths and all weaves adapted to tailormade suitings Our prices quoted on these lines will be much lower thau you can expect them to be Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get the latest bargains out BOOTS AND SHOES The enormous stock of Boots and Slices that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use our knife in this department and we have cut to tbo heart in every ine We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes Ladies Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens and Boys Boots and everything to be andrwe are log them out in Bags Carts and Wag ons Dont wait to get your shoes come now We are agents for the Regina Shoe it is made on nil the new style lasts and it is the best 300 shoe for ladies in the market Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes CLOAKS AND WRAPS We have one entire room in our great store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap Department All the Eastern and ydI yourI CLOTHINGi ticheapest FkWe Iict1talIIS extend to one cordial Great Bargain Thomllbest the market both west here at prices Bring wagons many goods you prices we hold IiweB OLIJllAfl COMPANY r RICHMOND MT STERLING AND Dont Say We Didnt Warn You All town voters who to vote in the November must register The regular day js Tuesday Oct 3d A supplementary day for those v ho are prevented by sickness or other good reasons from registering pn the 3d is provided on the 17th Still chance is voters un able to register on the days mentioned may register with the County on the Monday Tuesdav and Wednesday preceding the November will be Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Oct 30 31 Nov 1 register on the Monday preceding the Home Mission Society Meeting Here On Thursday afternoon September 21st the Womans Mission So ciety of the Danville met in annual session in the M E church in thiscity The address of the evening by the pastor Rev H G Turner was In teresting inspiring and to the point On morning the society met In session at 9 oclock Owing to the sudden of the District Secretary Mrs H B Mrs P H Hoffman cf Covington opened the devotional exercises and took charge of the meeting Mrs Will Lan ford rico Harber delivered very creditably to herself and the society the welcome address and Mrs HOffman always equal to any emergency as the duty had not been previously assigned her made an elo Reports of the mix ilinrios followed Mrs of Danville read a strong paper on the needs of the work Mrs Langford read the report of Our Homes emphasizing the value of the paper and Its need of increased circulation Rev Turner spoke ably oa the educational part of the work aad its importance in the Buccesfito any eiMrpria paying a well doervedttibete to our school devotional exercises conducted IAfter C the remainder of oon waajeiven to discussions of the different of the work Mrs James Bennett speaking of tile great work being ac by onr mission schools and city mission work and Mrs Gray of the department of suppltee a com review of the by Mrs Hoffman the meeting closed It was with relutanc that Mrs ford consented to our publishing her address of welcome on ol this issue but Ifc was oo beautifully coin posed and sweetly Delivered that It vlllrepayaUwhli reed it sail give a idea of the eoMwrftted work of the HeadaohBihlousneQ ttowtc constlM Ucn awl all JVwc Ills are ClaM by Hoods PillsThe nmII- IJlr a i ri ti i Western Cities have been culled by onr buyers and not a stone has been left unturned to make this the Banner De partment of our store All the new Jackets Golf Childrens Jackets c that are in favor this season we everybodyLined or Capo from us at the same price a cheap one would cost you elsewhere Dont fail to visit our Cloak Department look through it see many new things whether you want to buy or not Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait on you All Domestic Goods are wrapped up with the cf profit entirely lost of You can save money ononchand every item purchased in this Department Good Gail coes that make nice comforts and are only 3c per yd All best brands Indigoes and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else soils themGood Canton oc Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c An assortment of host grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home ydGood 5c bettor Percales 7Jc per yd Red Flannel heavy twilled 15c per ydWe are selling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray red and blue at SIC per yd Good Jeans lOc per yd Good Bed Ticking 5c per yd Best Apron Nice Dress Gingham Cc per yd i Better grades 7J and 8jc per yd Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are being wrapped up at very low prices good Knee Mens We and all to this Mart east and to be had the your as you will buy so leave the low are buggy them expect election another given when legal Clerk election which cannot election Home District Friday business illness Hogg quent response Gray earnest London Powell After work great outside better society Jacket being margin sight dresses Flannel elegant The great success of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over the greater part of the civilized world For sale by Perry Thomas sejiGlm Dont forget that mans chief end is the one with the headon Eat end be Merry you cannot If you have Dyspepsia Digestos Tablets will cure you 2oc a box at all druggists Thin fowls of the air devour none of the wild oats which young men sow Henry Koeliler Company want several carloads of Choice Wal nut Logs Will hlghestcash price They also buy Poplar and Hardwood Lumber in mixed cars Write them at Louisville Ky apr56in The housekef pei who buys sugar from the average grocer has of grit You may bridle the you cannot bribe the liver to do its work well You must bo honest with it along a little now and theu dose of Ilerbine the best liver regulator Price 50 cents Perry Thomas septGlin Herod is the name of the judge who sits in the police court at Chanute an An Empty Sack Cannot Stand Upright Neither can poor weak thin blood and sustain the physical system ForstreiiRth of nerves and muscles there must be pnreJich vigorous blood Hoods Sarsaparilla isthe stand ard for the blood and its man v remarkable cures and the fact tliafit doosevery body good who tatea ifprove It is just what you need you are weak and languid Hoods Pills do not gripe All drug gists 25 cents In life us in the wed dont al ways get the tOYS which we pjTekoiQt The sun his stopped scorching but cyclist are keeping the good work up The Ladles The pleasant effect and perfect safely with may use Syrup of Figs unqeratlconditions it their favorite remedy To cet tho trne and genuine article look for the name of tha California Fig Syrup Co printed near the bottom of the package For sale by all druggists i l Some men work hardest trying tp ac com lsh useless thftics The most delicate constitution can safely usM ConsaonS nJpJeyofTnr It- Isa surd and for coughs Idis of voice anil alt throat and lung troubles Price 25 and 50 cents Perry tk Thomas i septClm Almost jinyone when he rant think of anything else to do eats something A wojid to the wise is sixlhlclent- Wise keep their blood pnro with dsS rsapari11and make sure of health are men the best sometimes IMcn j iakes pcaro A tiJtsetl liver ttlsrea itself by norc 4is4isisentAl leprcsalou lack el- eIlcKJ r MJ9eIIIes IuerlaftholrHIIIl coafpt lerbne restore livblta CiShy PrIce 6ia iljll jtjD l iJJ4 1r 11 I OUR Department is the talk of the Qntiro county We are selling good suits for men 243 Mens heavy Cassi I mere Pants 75c a pair Our line ofIChildrens Pant Suits is very complete We aro showing all the new things in favor this season Our Boys and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high on our coun ters and every garment is a bargain You cant ask for anything in the cloth over Our prices in this department knock out all competition Carpet Department ask 1j this fall season t t We have the best selected line of Ladies Childrens and Mens Under wear that will be shown you this sea jIson Our Ladies Union Suits at 25o each are worth 50c Childrens Vests heavy winter weight from JOe up 4 HicMenshJ5ciiPants 25c each We are agents for Tho American Lady Corset The best feeling and mOlt stylish corset used Every Cor set warranted Get our prices on Trunks Valises tints and Caps Umbrellas Ladies Underskirts Ladies Dress Skirts c pwe will save you money and show you the best line in the city II a invitation visit everyone affords when Ii naming that your wont 1LJ GEORGETOWN 4- t Voters immediately S departments particularly complished prehensive Lang 1 jl Capes Chamberlains plenty appetitebut htllrit if shops r at A Word lo Mothers Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not hesi tate to administer Chamberlains Cough Remedy It contains 110 opiate nor narcotic in any form and may be given as confidently to tile babe as to an adult The great succors that has at tended its use in the treatment of colds suit croup has won for it the approval and praise It has received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands For sale by Perry t Thomas sepGlm Hello exclaimed the fish Here to stay No replied the worm i I just dropped in for a bite A WONDERFUL CUltS Of D1AUUUOEA A Prominent Virginia Editor lad Al mot Given Up Hut Was Brought Batk to Perfect Health by Cbam berlains Colic Cholera And Diarrhoea Remedy BRAD illS EDITORIAL lUUstille Va Times I suffered with diarrhoeo for a longtime and thought I was past being cnred I had spent much time and mlleryiall hopes of recovery and await the re suIt but noticing the advertisement of Chamberlains Coli v Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tea timouials stating how some wonderful htbYlhiElremClIY1I my readers and fellowsufferers that I am a hale and hearty man today and fool as well as I ever did in iny life O R Mona Sold by Perry Thomas eepGlm A wrong is not righitbecaiisoitls gray headed nor clean jJecausp lt has boon baptised J Whites Cresm Vermifuge is perfectly harmless and will remove every worm IL Is also a tonic and by its strengthening properties will restore to palo cheeks the ro huo of health Price 25ctsf 0i V jf septOlm Bj accepting ourlisappointrnent we encourage people to think we deserved them a loo4Cu Tiu Hating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of tIme NOse Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are- all curabluby B R B Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent sores Blood and Skin Bleui ills Sriofula thAt resist other treatments ore qutcklci cJ by UB B Botanic mOOd Balm ikima Eruptions Pimples Red Itching misters Red or Brown Patched Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad JaiIl1 hence easily cured B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally system by B Bl3 Botanic Blood Balm in one to CODtainjyegetable ilcaerlbe9ympI 61111WMLWf ar t i r t t i t j X illrEASE AND DISEASE A Short Lesson on tbe Meaning eta Familiar Word Disease is the opposite of ease Web ster defines disease as lack of ease un frtttment of the physical organism A vast I majority of the disease from which t JlooIIDiseaseSargapanlla which purifies enriches and vitalizes tbe Hoods Sar saparilla cures scrofula salt rheum pimples and all eruptions It tones aPlletite P the whole hotly It reverses the condition of timings glying health comfort and oaso in place of disease 1m The number of Buddhists in lime world is computed to be 455000000 Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment relieves the intense itching It soothes heals and cures chronic cases whoro gj burgeons fail It is no experiment its Heryhottleties tubes Toe lerry Thomas 1m Man shudders at tho first autumnal blast if it reminds him of time scalkin cloak he promised his wife last winter p Tetter SaltIthcum and Uczcitia The intense itching and inci J dentto theso diseases is instantly allayed bV applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites Cand chronic sore eyes 20 cts per box Dr Cndjs Condition renders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonio blood purifier and A vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in jtso to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 sents per package The natural not the artificial actions of a man reveal his character As an external liniment of most won derful penetrative and curative power qualetbySOds nrptdliu Chaperones are frequently stowed away in a nod corner at social events Beauty is born in the blood Beauty is more than skin deep it is blood deep When the blood ill tainted hy 41skIncomplexion pimples blotches and l eruptions are only the surface signs oj1complexion levils but they cannot cure the isonsotTIle only cure is to cleanse the blood of the poisonous matter which isthorauso 1 of tIme outbrako in the flesh and kiiu Impure blood can be absolutely purified f by time use of Dr UoMen cal Discovery Its elfect on lleth and skin is Sores heM and disap pear The skin becomes smooth smut nvgainff its natural color The eyta brighten and sparkle thin whole body Is radiant with tlmo brightness and beauty bt health 1 Diico Ijryz contains no alcohol Whisky or other intoxicant mind Js absolutely free room njhmni cocaine anti cit her iiieotii Th Use DT FtoreoV Pellets nanlst thKftcikjB of DM l eev ryby chant the 1hL MW lag F J r r cii rJ t JJ i tJf Iii I f 4 I 1 Pt i rlf IS t rl iI w01Iil 4 hri Mla r LL I t l J 1 B11I II BWTi- mo Trblo No 53 Taking Effect Sun tlIIY Juno 11 1839 I i S UlClau 2d Clats Bwcu ya l j ii0i No 9 IiI BzSnn lEiSunl A M P M AM Vcmailles m 10 K S M 5 IS Ntclwluvillc tt 01 7 35 6 30 Valley View It M S 00 7 Miilion 1141 8 30 Riclimnml U M 833 904 P Uuion It U 03 Moberlry 11 It 05 Ilrjuaald 12 30 1025- 1uiioU 134 40 IrvioB 35 Ko 2 No 4 No 8 No 10 IIIVNI 1XSUbI2 SUn HxSui 8xRun tiPM lM M Irvine 4V ThLIIt 2 II I Iri4d 215 12Q Moturlry 2r1 I n Union n Kiilimoud 6IM z U 2 Iii Million S to 3 IL 306 Valley View I 3 30 3 NicIi4asvIIIe 6 68 3 80 erlklilkb IS 6 10 11I = P 11 P M 1 All trains wmnect with LoulivllLe SoHtbcrn traiiiH to and from Loi l rlll All trains ennnnt with C N O T P trains to Aud from Cincinnati J W ROOK Train Dbpatcher W II ADAMS Superintendent 4I 0MtM zIE ex cl= Z sc i 2= 0 0r 5 0c= s a I g s ct2Ie uI= = = rI I r Ioc nnnnnnn S I I rI gggggggg I clio rrtgI 111 j 1 Jj g 11 IIhl2 = w en iiiiii m 1g 8S833318 44= t ugg I 2 I N nSjnEE j ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BeWELS GLEANSS THE 5VTE- Mc EFfECTUALL DtSP G ifalEADAGEfJ 5 OVERCOMES hABITUAL GOPERMANENTlY ITS Ej I tfftCTS 611J THE GENUINE MANTD OV IIRNIA JIG SCpUfUL 4p r e qt rat uu uu caL rtleonLt Jan5ly County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon dayLexington Fayetto county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mun day Georgetown Scott county third Mon day Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine enmity third MondayWinchester Clark countv fourth MondayVersailles woodford county fourth Monday Qasueo THISe 0- a e Q3 0sjj I e Sp8ciull8uders ii oa el S i sc IJOll7T FORGET IT sl 111 e u Reduced Prices0 I 60 ea 8oe 5ae or eX 51mm 1a a ii 0 cilcc GJWice Styles in Lawns 000Clcpons Piques Ginghams an da0 ee 1If Percales All going at SLAUGH 0nEl0 PRICES 0 c ena sl JjjiflB dflIuiYBPJB I Thij ill mIDnI1a 01 t 0 3 CUT PRICES ON ALL if1 ao sUMMER UNDERWEAR 1j i e S0s 0 cM5sS De Womens Tan and Black Oxfords regular I Jlo price 150 can be purchased in tlsothersOesreducedCs 05 00 10 0 g ip1l11 ID n iYJnJln illn aLFillJ g C a 0IIsizes good quality atvo s COST And remember our uClothlI10 Suits complete atco oc TIT 1 1 Prices S 0on10 csa e 0 oeMS5 ctt aIDBJDi3 fill dill1 ID 00 c Take advantage of this Ree 0ductton SaTe Come to Mc to0GCIOsae mone Respectfully eo eS0 SIS oeS oe 5SS hoOWEN McKEE c SEND 10 f ORSEY UIIS4OUtsn4md KIGHjIciiu4TIlLnz2rr s1550r4htetcri1oIa1tk frvlrkc will aierniw n tuu lo r rcI LO9enIIei IlJtt rEuttAOlJIJty TlAIn3iiroi onfl tIced = IOrU21DIOKIWAROF IMITATIONS to copy ea WIthS rsI12Vqi C LMLKnTjLyjtlsor3u Ihs Irflr unK WITI 1 JIIIE IZYIIE ILsT kr IN Aruct-a IlIUM 11IEIta1IAThItIALr 111CAlIINEL Isaddror1lL9I 4ws p It liii ntt1t tLIa and bed for lwIzg 4 hs 7 anjtu ttIt bar1i jnITMI rrs4L gtnnn Em1h Ircn ts L U1reaoUnIfYibnLtJi docurMdandCUo RAN TEED ftt4 tsMsitl SSISISI ib Bootcl1sjuFtA SOYRAPW BIIJNO OtAEANTEiL Is Sunt eszy nachIu IT COSTS YOU NOTHING tumtndexunlitt wtthIJOHYourtoPrn1 rrt s lh UI og a Ia If mTInn yu are3 JIUS iIIflS 5 WI 1 nipi TOuL 55111 It at Wse ltl pss 5slldM tmadIX lilt jHl5T Mut eI ItLk OoUo hl1relMltl LHOir Ad4rcss SEARljItOEIlUCK 00 Inc hicago UI 8paGWrF fl tj i i k BEAUTIFUL ADDRESS OF WELCOME TO HOME MISSION DELEGATES The Home Wlsslon Society of the Danville District met here Just week It was one pleasure to attend the optnI ing session and hear the address of welcome delivered by Mrs Will Lang ford ziee lIlHl Annio Belle llarber of this county She said r It is my pleasure to welcome to our community the representatives ofa banduf workers whose usefulness in Gtxl8 kingduin is second to noun Our lloM tabOr has brofldened be foro us without IIUY effort of our own Nv jio RCo linK urn flUff to nvanuellze and forieKLtnt at our very tioorsaiuong whom it 13 our priviloc and duty to work Tiicre is a universal recognition of tho band of Providence tbo late war God has made it so plain that He is dl recting to that glorious mission whIch lies before us that we dare not be idle Thero is a rnyo responsibility lliat gOes hand in habd with opportunity God gave liS the oppojtuuity what must Be espeut of I1s1 Tile work is going on We will miss ft blesding If we do not have a part in it Ve welcorao you knowing your con secreted lives and enthusing in the cause will Inspire us Rreaterachieve ments Others who haver rot enlisted will become interested throffirfr tile unfolding of your plans and by Iroof of what his already been accomplished It is the duly of every one to Join the organization because more effective work can bo done through a syetera of Christian union We welcome you because wo lore to dispense hospitality to every organiza tion under whatever name whose mla atoll is the cause of Christ and the saying of souls If there are summer slopes in glory hightoned peaks swept by purer breezes than heavens lowland Zephyrs the soul that helped some seeker into the kingdom we fancy will mount to some such favored spot after its coronation Therefore my beloved be ye stead fast unmovable always abounding in the work of the Lord for as much as ye know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord LITERARY NOTES MB DOOLEY CREATES A ami The author of the famous Mr Doo Icy Fitiley P Dunne has joined the literary of the Ladles Homo Journal and will create this tall in that maW zinc a new character called Molly Donahue who lives across tho street from Mr Dooley lien creator says that Molly is a bright pretty girl of nineteen who has ambition for the great world of womans clubs Brown lug societies golf clubs womans rights organizations and the hightoned liter ary and social lift which thrives on Uthe elite bide of Chicago Her mother and brother sympathize with her but her father who works in the mill is hard to deal with in that he will insist on sitting at table iii his shirtsleeves and in his stockingfeet hllr Dooley is tho familys most inti mate friend and is called upon frequent ly to run across and sot matters straight IAN MAOLAHEN OTIDnIt has been known for some timo that Cjugresults are new to be made public in the Ladies Home Journal His first article is called hThe CandyPull Sys tern in the church and in tblsheifrankly states what many have have scarcely ventured to publicly ashsert with regard to social tendencies the church The great English author will then handle The Mutineer in the church and after that answer tile somewhat startling question Should the Old Minister be Shot Great forces are working for the Jew Drefus the martyi floral the patriot and Zan wIll the author represent these in tIree of their phases Zangwill has never spoken so courageously as in his oaper called Zionism in tne October New Lippincott It represents hissconvictions and his nature depth of feeling garbed in the particolor oft titonineIOutofdoors has lad no truer laur eate than old Gilbert White of Selborne The book he made for himself hiss be come a precious inheritance of his race Little is known of Selborne because itsis out of the paths of English travel Hence the loving anecdotic paper by Mrs John Lano of the Booley Head in this New outdoor people Tho pen drawings by E H New show the town as the old book pictures it Beulnh Marie Diz is a name that stands for the swaggering and daredevil vein in romance Those who have read Hugh Gwyeth and who has not will need no invitation to secure The Journeys End in the Now Lippin colt for October That Ignota who writes ot Scottish Sport and Autumn llotase Patties in the October New Lippincott finds it wise to conceal beridentityis ground for believing that her relations of the doings of high English society would iujure her position which it is whisp ered is of the inner ring 1PROTECTYOU FROMLIMISERY AND ILLNESS i9 DrPierres PlISCriitionl MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG AND SICK WOMEN WELL RICH ANDPOORAUKE 0Iif 1 Jo Li t3 ills of women overshadowtheir whole Jives THE Sone women areconstantly getting medical treat andare never welL f A woman best understands t womens Ills and the women who consult Mrs Pinkham find f in her counsel practical assistance MrsI Binkhams ss Is Lynn IassACorrectionvillet1atellS kz1ifeShesays1cannot r you enough for rmefon e womens Ua I suffered for two years with female weakness and at i i4t last became bedfast Three of our best doctors did me no e sent for your and taking five bottles I cannot it enough Jfecemly issued statistics of sheep in the United States place the number at 6005497an increase of 1233513 over the year 1898 Twenty states show a falling oft in numbers the five heaviest losers being California 406662Oregon 178545 Texas 180418 Kentucky 72 272 Tennessee 45616 Twentyeight states and territories show an increase the five leading grainers being Vyom ing 420805 Ohio 305451 Utah 200 427 New Mexico 202228 Montana 117305 BisinarckTs Iron Nerve Was the result ol his splonded health Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver I Mfsuccess they bring use Dr Kings New Life p growerPerry fc Thomas drug store C Thomas Jefferson said them could be but two dominant political parties in this country at atime and history has proved that ho was right The e contbetween the Democratic and Republican parties Whatever may be the objects mottves or principles of the other parties now In the field it makes not a whit of difference whether they be good or bad figure as you may the final analysis can be nothing more than to modify the result between the two dominant parties Sun soresskindiseases euWittsNurservChicaJOhealing our babies it will cUte Perry Thomas The sale of tho Alexander herd of ort cattle which is always an event n stock circles in Kentucky occurred week There were five hundred ead of fine cattle in the herd this year and were sold to New York parties for a private price The cattle will be shipped in to London to be used for Christmas beef This is the largest sale of export cattle made in Kentucky this year Franklin Favorite Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfield Ill makes the statement that she caught cold which settledou her lungs she was anicianhe was hopeless victim of consump ion and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption she delightlound takingixwell now does her own housework and is well as she every wasFree trial bottles of the heat Discovery at Perry Thomas Drug Successors to W G White Large bottlesfiO cents and 100 0 The anti Goebel Democrats claim to be the embodiment of true Democracy in Kentucky and yet none of Jho true Democratic speakers have a word of policyorbnouncedatIyexGovernor KalamazooMichcured me of a severe case of indiges alldyspepticswithout aid from the stomach andocures dyspepsia Perry Thomas A New York paper has it that the American Philippine Commission has offered Aguinaldo a bonus of 5000 aIyear to abandon his insurrection the pay to continue so long as his followers are peaceable The wftolsale bribery of the Sultan ot 81111 and his generals was successful kind as it teems tbe the Republican WilY of doing things it is not unlikely that the reported attempt to bribe Aguinaldo js true VIncheatergiui ifc Ea9bpaQkfig f PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colors either Silk Wool or Cotton perfectly Sold by C L SearI cy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky s20lm Rtv Alex Redd presiding elder of the Shelfiyville District announced atINewcastle that he will support Goebel for Governor Haid that his infor mation concerning Mr Goebel was of such a character as tp lead him to be hove that time Covington man would make a Governor that people tfee plain peoplo might trust Rev W F Day lor of ville is another Goebel siippQrtetnnd is thoroughly famijiar with the Kcntqn man and life diameter Doth of these ministers are former PasS tors of the Paris cJmch and flro inucli beloved Paris Kqutuckian J E Turner Mo was HntelSAlvoand over twenty fQtnedles PliysfcianB arid surgeons endorse Itkk PerrydG1lrnsa n t1iii r PRACTICAL HELP FOR SUFFERINGWOMEN VegetableComponable to do all my house work I know that your medicine raised mcr from ll a bed of sickness and perhaps death and am r j very thankful for what it j hopet11atwoman may be peri suaded to try your medicine Get Mrs Pinkhams advice as soon as you begin to be puzzled The sick headaches and dragging sensation come from n curable cause Write for help as soon as they appear MRS DOLE STANLEY J Ca mpb e llsburg jndyj writes DEAR Mns PINKHAM I was troubled with sick headache and t was so weak and nervous I I could hardly go A friend called noon me Ont VegetableCompoundmedicine after of it was entirely cured I praise Winchester ex November Remarkable Comptoti A MIXED RELATIONSHIP Over tile line in Ohio county a man named Miller married a widow who had a grown up daughter His lather fell in lovo with the stop daughter The father became the sons soninlaw and the stepdaughter became his mother Recently the sons wife had a child The child was Millers fathers brvtherInJawand Millers ownnmcle for he was A brother of his stepdaught er Millers fathers wilelila step otheralso had a son who was of course Millers brother and incidentally Millers grandchild for ho was the- nso of Millers daughter Thus Millers own wife was his mothers mother and iller became his wifes grandchild ate same time Anti then to top tho whole thing oft as the husband of his andmother he was his own gran- dtherrhe Pathfinder theresOneI1Inntc and I was near the first stagescmisumption One Minute mpletely cured me writes Hqlen cHenry BismakTfD Giveainstant relief Perry Thomas SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Tho Southern Railway announces mtcsto Louisville during September and October as follows TROTTINGRAOES LOUISVILLE SEr TEM11EB 2JKX- One1 fare roundtrlp Sept 25 26 2T 23 20 and morning trains the 30 limit to return October 2 LJXUJSVILI INDUSTRIAL EXPOSI TIONSTKSET PAIBMIDWAV OAK NIVAL AND FESTIVAL OF FIUE OCTOIJEK 9 to 2 One faroroundtrippctober OthlStb 18th and 21st limited two 2 days ex clu ivo of date of sale One and onethird fires roundtrip Oct19ll 12 13 10 17 110 limited two 2 days exclusive of date of sate Win H Tayloe Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky DrcG GoldstsenTlio- wellknown and skillful OPTIC SPECIALIST of Louisville Ky has returned to Richinond rooms at Hotel Gjyndon d wilt remain only two days 4 5 eae Oi B A vast amount of blindness occurs throagh neglect of an optical defect ofthooY18 iiotboinK attended to at the roper time Many such cases have Jatientbns8 igfhtcd astigmatic in one or both eyes brit one to a large extent which they ay is their weak eye the other hav- Ing little or no defect and should the ase of the weak eye be shortsighted It increases rapidly the eye with the geatest amount of optical defect gets of use similar to a sijuintlng eye tlie sight thus quickly deteriorates until it looses all perception of light some simple accident having occured to the other eye causing permanent blind neSS Others there are with a largo amount of defect in both eytiit niay be longsight as well as mixed astig1 tqalisin They can read for some time by holding the book very doss to tho eyes owing to spasm of the ciliary muscles apparent shortsight and thus tho patients consider themselves nearsighted and believe they vll improve as they net older but it frequently ends in paralysis of the cU liary muscles with almost total blind ness or just sufficient vision to grope about with hind spectacles been prop erly adopted in time to correct thS errors of refraction tiny might have enjoyed good sight all their lifetime Dr Goldsteins system of tests result in perfect fit compensating for natures i adjustnga normaleyejthalarsercqulremont has been nearly or entirely overlooked hy most of the opticians of the day Dr Goldstiens experience of 10 yeara erin bles him by most improved method and with time latest scientific apparatus to correctly test the sight and by a s c Ot8pcCtaIelfthe oyes for the varied requirements Jit professiontl or private life ONSULTATION AND EXAMINA TIOJT FREE OFFICE ilOTJRS Frpjtii id aiito toi 3pm Homo oiHce 631 FoHrtli Avaniiebe tweiJii Orcen mi- diftleentucky yaLoBf8i t r i tEVr ZOIJtr ASJI X BylGflpLd chain a lady may carry her umbielb or parasol attached to her beltWhO n it is oJ iIi tiJe TIll ItrJy thin dmtinctlyjnewsfn the liiled of is or e flats mid tAowaS prescntjJrather a sameness of apj carance- Notwithstanding all hints to the con trary the lancjr nist Isnogoing tQ leave us fPJie no west specimens made up by Lord T aylprjTiru of satin or soft fiatinfinished link Gray blac and broWn pilot cloth cOat made very short aro fashionable for morning wear I The brims of roosf new hats are bril liantly HnecieVVry faIt incdl loif be lug faced witb royal blue damson i golden broyrtl Or green corrugated with the tlnies of tucks withstanding theVpproach of fall frozen dfcsserU lire jiuco well likedas ever arid the Ohio in ezer sells ns readily as when summer was young To any lady onclownjr mu three cents in stainp will semi bookS explaining its lUeclulitismanti gLyifliS9flOvUryy dainty dessert Jly West 14Jd street Some sleeVes nre tjIllIj4cijmlately 1trimmedgrnceoftiienrmleutlille f f1hll1lYJthe as VmpH Ji3yO to suit every phastnof wuiuanly coufuruiatiqn Light streamers may bu effectively applied to a woolen suit A really pretty calling wrap is far tcbgay for the promenade those days EVE TXN CArLE DeWitts Little Early Rigors petma nently cure chronic constipation bil iousuess nervousness and Worn out jrolsystemThomas Tim PostQfHce Department has or dered a weighing of all mail mailer sent through the postoffices of the Uni ted States beginning October 3rd midnight and continuing thirtyfive days BRIGHT BOYS STARTED IN BUSINESS The publishers of the famous big il lustrated weekly newspaper Pennsyl vania Grit aro now placing representa tives at overy post office in Kentucky and they desire to secure the services of capable hustling agents in each of the following towns of Madison county Richmond Berea Waco KirksvUle Panola Silver Creek and Valley View and in such other towns as are not a1 ready supplied The work is profitable end pleasant A portion of Saturday only is required Over 5000 agents are do- Ing splendidly No money whatever is required Everything is furnished free Stationery rubber stamp ink and pad adverislng matter sample copies etc Papers are shipped to be paid for at the end of each month Tljose not sold are not charged for Write to Grit Publishing Company Williamsport Pa ani mention Tim RICHMOND CLIMAX sptlSSt In her apologies hi lien husband a woman lays the blame of her fault en either her atJ cliorlsor her nerves In case ofa general yellow fever epidemic in the South the State BonneT of Health of Kentucky has decided to establish a strict quarantine It is said that the recently deceased Cornelius Vanderbilt was wor hI00 000000 The pallbearers who officiated at his funeral represented an aggregate I wealth of 25000000 THE FIRST BABY Its Coming is Looked Forward to With Both Joy and Tear and its Safo Arrival Is Hailed With Prida and Delight by AIL thohouseholdporttint event of married life Theyoung nmotherdelightsto herbroostthe sweet end holy name mother But her Landpass while bringing the littlb one into the world An indescribable Tear of the soondissipates lenrpedbyno necessity for tho sufferings which at thcYknoVthntbytht title liniment for n few weeks before the try inff hour expectant mothers can so prepare themselves for tho final hour that tha puin end suffering Qf the dreaded event are entirely and it is safely pusstd h with com paratively littlo discomfort women are interested and es pecially expectant mothers who for the time Imo to undergo tliis trial in such a remedy for they know the pain and suffering to say rtothing of 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