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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): September 27, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899092701_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): September 27, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' I VOLUME 26. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. ' u .j , . ; . . . , ; - j EI.CHM0NI), IS THE TIME BROWN MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1899. HIS -- REASON. NUMBER 17. For Rent! Choice of three good olliue rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hardeight-room ware store, Main St. Also very desirable with modern iences. residence, conven GRIGGSBY & IHUNCEY. the same old tale and so on ad infinitein until I have finally run it oQ of terra iirma and located it in the moon. You never saw a lot of fool Democrats joining tho Democratic cliuich so fust ALW A1KT11UU T Will so call and see for 3Tourself your life. They see C0NUN0HUMS. euro !L Tb wormy veins return to'4 that Brown is TION AGENCY. their normal condition and bence tho our line of Wall Paper, Win- in merely an Aid Society to Taylor and id rexual organs receive proper uourwh dow Shades, Paints, Oils, they nro kicking themselves for con-- ; Why are watermelons full of watei? Vvi meat Tho orpins become vitalized, alt V3 unnatural drams or losres ccve and Glass, Picture Frames, Ar- genitnl fools. Every day the ranks of' Because they aro planted in theBprinsr. manly powers return. fo tetcpoiary "K.'LEf.IPlS, Manager. but n permanent cure assured. What is tho proper length forayoung' tists and Painters Supplies the bolters !b getting more thin and serNO UCRH. XI) PAY. KO OPKItA-TIONO DLTEN-T10Mineral and Timber generally, stock the largest, ried. .This fa tho most important elecwoman's dress? A little above two FltOJI BUSINESS. feet. tion held in tteu years. Never mind Lands bought and sold prices always the lowest. CURES GUARANTEED' "Why can't tI sell postal cards any' about men but- Principles! Men pass; on commission We trcr.t and cure SYPHILIS. longer? Because they are all the same off the scene of action but principles; fiT.UET i;srTssir:s tmpiithvi'v . m. KTlllCTXRE. VARICOCELE. SEMLlAj LUUbll CUU1U blip iU (IIU OUILU Willi are immortal. lenR$h- , , v i n u i.vch3co, jjj.m'ifcik Atu; iiiu-a- ti Wliat class of men are apt. to marry NKY dixai. A man who was undecided said to me! number would haVe 6 be supplement CO NSUXTATI ON K counts in and out of the t t. lift site. fr'IIKK. HOOKS filKK. CUARQES we wm their heart. for money more than others? Clergy-- ? if I could show liiin where ho elt c- -' ed by rskYn'g every back district In h MODERATE. If rniahlo tn call, vmln KICfilidND. KY. City taken for Collection. -- I..r 3 BLANK for 1IOJ1E IX i I saw the other day where a lot of men. tion of Gocl'cl w"6uld help the 'cause of; itself. . TREATMENT. KI Bryan in 1Q lie' would support Goebel.. John Young Brown's political body volunteers deserted rather than go lo; "They are simply perfect,"- writes X?Vritc, or call on me Tor futtln He's mouldering in the grave. the i'liilippines aud fight against these Robt. Mooro. of La Fayette, Ind., of Well, if Taylor and the Republican ln.tieiilars. Goebel started in life with only one partriots. Thereupon several.of the o;-- i DeWitt's Little; Early Risers, the "faticket is elected We would lose several ma, ol- l IWH-mi- r. 122 W. FOURTH ST., Mylx? worked cers of the regiment resigned, The! mous little' pills" foV" constipation and1 circuitodges, 'alPof our concrvssmcn suspender andastone-bruisejh- e Iiii liDioml, Ky. ClflCIHHATI, O. two years as a jeweler's apprentice and leaven is working, For these .sflldiersj alMiver ailments. Neyer gripe. Perand two Unifcd States senators. ry & Thomas. Legislative, Congressional and Ju then when he got to the Legislature over there at (lie, behest of the.ujipiuis-tratiti PROFESSIONAL. OAR'&G. who will nover see .home, or, JSewis, has jeaehed here that Dr. dicial districts would be jerrymandered the corporations did not, like him be-- ! pity anu.sympa-- j William Ferguson was shot while fleeby the Republicans as they do in Re cause he wasn't for - sale! .They have;i irienqs agftjn, j, no-vj..r L publican States. If Kentucky is not Deen. iryinir to. EuiinrcsH iiiiii . everi thy, butfpr, tlie brutes who are .noti ing from officers, at Pineville. He was Home redeemed it will bo a black eve toi sincel They regard him (a,s dapger-- j riven to,.enHsting In their desperation- accused of selling whisky and disturb 1. N. MILLER Bryan and free silver all over the land.' ous citjfzen! I1 wi((jle'poy tical record by enforped,idlen,ess I, have np.syjuipa-- 1 ing a Baptist association meeting, and ArroaNKT-AT- J UiVr, thy. They are no,t unlike,tliat regiment resisted arrest. The dissatisfied man tumbled oil" the! shows liim'a vanne HicltRfy... .. - 'kENTcEIv. IfltTniWXD, Insure your dwellings, barns and all other fence like a bull had struck h'iih'in thej 'litis urown ticKetrenijnus me tor f Heesjaps who w.ere willing to engage in the llluo Grass "Best on the market for coughs and propertyLexington, Ky., a Insurance Compan war as a, livelihood and offered to V)flitc1n the Durnam Blinding, next i1$ir 'to ' the oiap.re.aqher wlo .w,anted tq.taii? to. back. ny, ot home institution. iei-i- y tfrnwr"s NaUortsl'llank. liob ingerp.oU .flpoutiryob s immortal fight on either side that would pay the colds and all bronchial troubles; for Gives protection acuinst Fire, Lightning and The Optic Specialist, I heard a man say he was for 6ochef croup it has no equal," writes Henry Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable company for the people ol our county now politically but hgainst liirn 'personally soul. Bob told him, to fire away and be most uanaan, Is at Hotel Glyndon and will He Is goiiijr (6 be a candidate for offlcd hellfired awy. .After he ot through Enemies to the people by lying and Onewnitioru. houtli Cure. Uonn., ol operating inasthe State, andin thecheaper ever Minute Cough Perry & year as long you continue gets company. For lurther information call on thei agent remain and I 'told him 'that if tho Democrats Bob saiij,: ( 'According to you all the slander are trying to thwart the will of Thomas. and collector, 8. R. B. BLACK, Attorney-at-La'fo'r lftm'pblitfcaify.b'utgainst hinj great, benefacSdrsi of the world have the people and charge Goebel with hay- Richmond. Ky , office on Main Street, , ATTOIl'jJliVAT-llAVere FOR TWO DAYS ONLY. Michigan capitalists have incorpora opposite Court House, next door to State Bank personally tuey would beat h out of gone to hcllf allitfio'statesmen, all the ng stolen his nomination! The nomi ted the Laurel Fork Land Company, of & Trust Co., second floor. Ifi&TUCKY. RICHMOND, poets, all the, musicians, all the inven nation amounts to nothing without the Pineville, with hiui. . J. II. CARTER, Pres. $100,000 capital. The OfficooverTayloft!tRTware store, opC. C. B03WORTII, Scc'y. Goebel needs no iuisome eu'logv" nor tors and discoverers; in short, every fruits of victory and thai they are try- - company proposes to develop the oil may2l-l- y posite Court "Wijgjin Main Street. flattering upraise. He may not .be a body worth mentioninit." "Yes," said ng to steal from him! and mineral resources of Bell county. I have been engaged in taking a poll Well then you only 11. IVaBOGIS, second'Andrew Jackson, but he is yet the preacher. SEND US ONE DOLLAR rw pUen Wf crd UKSEKTU1U Al nOOB WtiffiNEY AT LAW, outi. Neither dp consider Rrown prove that the society of hell is good of the Brownies and it is the softest job Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scientific COOK MOIC, by freight C.O.U.. cubjerf toil.xamination. to t second God Almighty. Who ever while the climate is bad." That is the ever struck. There was one in Gar compound having the endorsement of u&muie it your freight Kentucky. and If heard of '6od. Almighty with the devil way with the Brown ticket; the plat rard county, at Lancaster, a man named eminent physicians and the medical depot perfect' (HlieeVa. 13 press. It "digests what you eat" anu foand First St., upstairs. 8130 ly satlsf&ctorr n mm 'f, iiese punnets started out li" form is good because they stole it from Hatcher, but since Clavton spoke theie postively cures dyspepsia. M. A. Hatcher has repented. There is one at stealing our platform and trying to the Democrats but the ticket is Bloomiugdnle, Tenn.,snys it cured 9ti Din UAl!f yon Vfc. & D. M. C1IENAULT, Bryantsville, a man named Ruble or him of indigestion of ten years' stand or steal our device, our proud gallinaceous hecrd ATTORNEYS AT LAW., Now, honor bright, did not Hardin Kupleor Rupee or Rupo or Roop, who ing. Perry & Thomas. bird, tho Rooster, the game cock of the 1BMUIIT ILCVT Mr Kte'uVucteY; andStono and even John Young Brown has the 'gaps' or thelimbcrneck. Over walk. Richmond, ifKCUt Fifteen hundred coal miners are on a PCII K, BIRD, in that Louisville in Madison county they are not to be Goebel will be elected by a Sam have Office on Second etredt, oVtir 'Clien-- j strike in Lauiel county for higher 513.00 Tildeu majority. All tho Democrats convention as well as Goebel? To be found In Poosey and one is all by his ault's grocery. less the 11.00 WflTTE FOR Ot'R R'n FREE aces and all the mines are closed. erz with or STOVu CATA'-SCU-t.. are going to the pollG tills time if thov sure! In tho final pull Goebel's wire ioucy and courting solitude at Kirks-villtnd rrelKht chanrc Ths Etore ii tlzc No. 8. OTen It named Prewitt or Spewitt, poor W. R. JLEItHEft, to wade the creeks, in spite of had a little barb on it and lie cut down ixjjO; iriule fraitt lave puf iron, extra ICSxlSxil, top la targe flue, heavy cover. Iwivy ItiJus tuid prau;. and high tide. The old hornets the other fellows trochasand that is all fellow, flocking by himself! Of course tanre oren tUelt- - hvy weti dnr handwie OF TONE, MtOHMjlft-TMplated ornunentucloru and tilmiaiisjr. extra nickel nest has been stirred up. Cleveland tliert is of it. He hnd tho brains and in the republic of his mind, one is not large deep, genuine KiM!UMrcfl!ilttetl rtvnlr. hand IJitsTfdKYJii fiunio Larve ornamented base, ttttx real Hi raw taadt . and plurality. Over at Valley View I carried this State by forty-tw- o t thous bis workers had clear heads and the ve furninh I Kit It an estra'wood praxe. raaLlr.tr Ha burr. H. ISSlli X MMUMi CHIUXTMC vltn 'Wlth'T. 'J. PinUliJrt, over 'Crtli. giving other fellows did not know how it hap heard of one but it proved to be a base and with tho Courier-JournBrerr twre and jpiiarnnte wife deHrery to your railcombined with great range road sutloo. Yourlocrl dnir woulu cbrye yu VrMtMttOtl & &itchltUV. d support. The im- pened till they got sober. It was a clean slander. The gentlemen told me be for inch a ftovr. the freight is only about (1.00 for and power are some of the him a each 6ou inline, mwcmntmi t lut 510.01. Aiires maculate Brown carried it only by convention. Out of nearly eleveli hun fore I had hardly talked to him five Cono-ve- r, SEARS, RO EBUCIC & CO.aSO.ICHIIAOO.IlL strong points of the chnrgo of bribery minutes that he reckoned he would (Stm, Rxtscs ACc are tloroasl.l,-- ' r l!iUc Ciltcr.l twenty thousand. We've got the votes dred delegates, tho Kingsbury but it makes something extraordinary was never intimated and we nil know support Goebel, and I predict that ho Schubert, apr5-CAttoniey-iitJEaand Crescent Piano. Hardin was defeated because he will be found giving valuable aid to the to arouse them and it has happened. We lost twenty thousand to McKinley did not at any strtge of the game have cause of true Democracy as the Cam Iiioliond. I? v. sine &a and five thousand to Palmer and Buck- - votes enough. I was for Hardin and paign warms up. I found a man the other day who ner and tho Courier-Journis getting when be saw that he Was defeated he THYSICIANS. The nrat French Itemedrls within ersv 'Iran. It nets rowcrful! of very sold construction them, I know a follow who for twontv- - withdrew in good faith and then and had been kteping an account of the al rc-c-!i ot every Am- I'"). PhrtcallyPcrfccUi lha A f.'cw years held office under the Demo there pledged bhnseft to be found fight eged bolters as given out in. that nml four CO it is recommended to those cratic party and then ho was L'UtfIBSON, & GIBSON, "St cl r.IXLNZrO. YnnnTmca defeated. ing for the nominee along elde tho boys Truth Seeker, the Dispatch, and foot- - Vlilrt iraln thrlrlost nn'h vlror. f id Hen i andItlit or.o who desire durability as recover ng up the number, counting three Via business.tarlr yontlif-.-- rrl.i MYSiouNANn surgeon, tho trendies. Then and there Now he is picking llaws in the Louis sfniTv rr m S'ESCXrZ3 for t. Ihti ectn- -. as" a handsome apwell the creat-- tt Kerrlne ttci 3'J IviciiMi-No- , Kentucky. ville convention. lie is however for said that I would not let Wat llardinbe hundred for Scott county, two hundred lCanbocanlfdlnVMtpocl'ct. h 7 mall $1CD pearance and line finish. Goebol; so he Bays; but he belongs to any better Democrat than I would be, for Madison, fifty for Jessamine, and pern x.or cix lore j.r.1 we cli rtj!1 n cnrr. Ihi pert so on; Brown would still lack about one Clrculara vheror!rl',re'donotcrr''et o'ISco ot IWict i. Ik. Joe i:.Iiu baiMinc, 18 and to Sec-i- i We liave several styes. Some the cold water brigade. His idea ol and I mean it It artificially digests the food and aids free. Address tho American Strectt orer Wauc o!d drugstore. Nature In strengthening and reconin Mahogony, Rosewood, how the campaign should be conducted I still have faith that General Hardin hundred and sixty thousand votes of BQBDS5S CEBIKL CO.' structing the exhausted digestive orbeing elected. Of course the estimates etc. Prices range from unique. lie does not believe In will be as good ae his word. gans. It is the latest discovered dlgest- VllAS. HOOKER, eptl3-lby & Thomas. saw a fellow the oilier day with a are gross exaggerations and show on For sale Perry $225.00 up. Easy I makiug speecnes. tie wout wear a ant ana tonic, jno otner preparation l ETKIUNA I! Y SURGEON, Brown move can approach it in efficiency. It in Goebel button. He wants to go about Brown button on, tho first one I ever the face of it that tho stantly relieves and permanently cures dioiluate Ontario t timmrry Coltrge. and see tho bolters all by his lonev saw, and I don't see any here, He had ineut is only an ineffectual aid to the HARDING & RIEHH. Of course ho is a perplexed Dyspepsia, indigestion, lieartDurn, politician ; it pinned to his suspender, and most Radical party. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Veterinary Denttlry anJ Sterility a Specialty H. G. KENT, Agent, Xiie Republicans nave given us an appropriate place for Brown J suspend he is bewitched. Without a fight wo SickHcadache,GastralgialGramps,and up Ktairn, over store recently accu - and extravagant mahadmiiiistratiouwould be beaten to death. Suppose ed'ona gall us! aiiotncrresuitsoi imperiectdigcstion. pie'l Iky Richmond Harness Co , East Main St y Prepared by E. C DeWItt &Co Chicago. apr7-lmcmioND, ky. uicnimmu, Ky I am responsible to no campaign they breed' corrupt ones. They raised we wero to call off all the speakers and For sale bylPerry & Thomas. writers, where would we be? I believe committee for what Lsay, I am not the tax rate ten cents on the S100 of G. M. D in order to'defeat John Young Brown hired to make speeches. 1 am selling property and they gave us stinking SALOON PARLOR , DR. CALDWELL'S Medicine and Surgery. and bury him we should use buttons, Bryan's book and giving away Goebel scandals In tho public institutions, and WHEN IN TOWN. Odice Pratlier Huifdinc, Maiii Street and making Democratic one hungry dovil sold out answers lo Bryan books, banners, badges, bniss buttons 'CURES CONSTIPATION. Telephone retiilente. (the Otrr place) on speeches. At a time when hate aiid Ictchera' examinations within three Uroadway, mendacity and lnrn coats are getting months after Bradley was Inaugurated. - - - Kentucky. RlCIIMONO, in their work of treachery, I think I Bradley tried to give us a good admin Coolest and most ref reshinc Cincinnati Railway. of drinks that can be found Frankfort ,M islratiou but the devils wouldn't let am'engaged in meritorious work. G. W. EVANS, in the city are dispensed They say that Goebel killed an ex him. Bradley is not making any In Etlect December 6, 180S 1 and accommoby Confederate soldier. Well, if that ex speeches; his throat is soref DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. rHYBllUN AMI SuitOEoN, Honor seems to be the subject of the Confederate did bis duty ho pro'jably dating clerks. p.m. p.m - Kentucky p.m. RiuiiMosn. killed some lankee soldier. McKin bolters' story I Well, let us look at Qennlne Saratoga Water Kent on Tap. 2 00 a.m 7 20 6 20 Ltc Ttlchmond Ar. 1 00 ley's cabinet is so busy concocting dia that. AVhen a man participates in a Vrtnchester 2 55 7 09 112 6 IS 8 30 ... 1 25 JIaysTille 5 45 Y LOU, " 8 40 6 10 " Paris DU.T..I. TA bolical schemes if they cannot spare a primary or a convention he solemnly SSSSSSSSSSSS$SSSSSSSS5 ' 9 30 5 40 " 7 50 4 28 JVrtrtftumcr in Medicine ami Surgery, Georgetown 6 17 10 23 " few hours to welcome the greatest pledges his honor to abide by the de Phone 3. Second St. 7 10 11 20 Ar. Frankfort .. Lve. 7 00 3 40 krciiMOND, Kentucky naval hero of hfstoryt Aud the Presi cision and if be says he wont should be Ask tor tickets Tin Paris. dent can't go and take bis knittin'l kicked out as he deserves to be. They J2ICID10ND, EY. J. B. NEWTON, Q. P. A. a O nice and residence on Second Street. Whin the children get their And his excuse is that he does not do not have to answer for some sins of fset wet and take cold give tbem want to detract from the homage due a convention but they do for their own DENTAL SUF.GERT. z hot foot bath, a bowl of hot to Dewey! Why, nobody would notice They delegate their power and if there drink, s dose of Ayer's Cherry with one ol our handsome Loicnette is wire pulling they are innoceqti but McKinley on this groat occasion. Pectoral, and put them to bed. Chains.is worth looking at- - Dura The chances are they will be The fellow who says ho wouldn't vote for a man to bolt shows on the face of it all right in the morning. Conble, stylish, reasonable) in price for Goobel because Bryan wants him that ho holds his honor lightly where tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few DENTIST, An Ideal birthday or wedding " elected would find his habitat in worse principles are not Involved. days, until all cough has disof Looisvillb, Kv. present. company and is hard up for an excuse Did yon ever see a political curiosity? appeared. MM race next door to Government Building, Onr. hew designs ' in Finger Rings are Old coughs are also cured; RIchmSnd, Ky. Office hours 8 to IX- to 4. We have one in Jessamine county. An to barter his vote. nov!7-l- y we mean the coughs of bronstriking. examples of tle jeweler's Brown will take his place with Long' offico holder of course. His name is m chitis, weak throats and irritable art. The ladies are in love with street, sweet xiiuy Mnnone, Sweeter Jackson, no kin to Andy. Well, ho lungs. Ev:n the bard coughs FRED SMITH. them. They satisfy. That's w.hy of consumption are always Billy Breckinridge and Bolivar Buck was a goldbug and now he is a Man made easy and frequently cured jl they sell so read i I v. Beauties fur DENTIST. ner and Judas Iscariot wheu he lies the Without a Party. Goebel doesn't suit itarti uy iiic luuuuucu use ui bargain buyers. ovOIBce, orer Collins' Grocery, same office. decency to go out and hang himself. him. Brown doesn't suit him and Tay lately occupied by Dr. W. W. BorRln. JanlJ-l- j Whenin need ofifrepairing give me it Tlieu he would do a good thing for his lor doesn't suit him Jo Blackburn party and for himself slid for society! once asked, "what sort of a man H. Dr. bouie bmitu oas ieit us they say. jacJison anywaj?- - i uou't- - believe .you IS EAGER, si mntch'-tblWell, I hope he has taken his smut can fiod-hiside of hell ;and Richmond, Ky. No. 28, 2d St. iactory tlong with his smell. I hav,e my doubts whether you could sepe-l- y No. 503 West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio And Bill Owens is on deck. You find another one like him in bell itself will be at the Hotel ZImmer, Richmond, Ky., on k'now what kind of a deck it is. Marked Once some one asked the late General FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1899, of course! Ta, ta, Little Billee! Take John B. Houston about Jackson. He Trilby along with you. Goebel has ar said : "I know him ; I married Ids sis returning every second Wednesday o. each ranged to worry along without you, month. Reference every physician of Rich ter. He is a better man than Christ icujo-i- j, mona, ny. The Democrats of Madison showed and as stubborn as the devil." Ho and I have at my mill, near Waco, about three oak lumber hundred thousand feet of finesse when they nominated K. B. Brqwn ought to go In. double harness' which I wlU sell at mill or loaded on cars. For of our price cutting wheel mahes another opCoy lor county judge by acclamation further particulars call on or address Louis Piloiiek. Every doctor knows that wild BOWMAN. J. JJ. Waco, Ky, portunity for the prudent buyer. This inter. Nlckojasville, He proved himself to be a magistrate o Ky. cherry-ba- rk is the best remedy ests Carpenters, Builders aud others who use known to' 'medical science for1 in the interest of the and he soothing and healing inflamed Volcanic Eruptions is surrounded by hundreds of Republ throats and lungs. Ohio RgJlway can neiguiiors who are going to sup' Aro grand, but Skin Eruptions rob SHOUT LINE TO Put CM9 Ot port him on account of his personal life of joy. Buekleu'a Arnica Salvo Time ot Trains at Winchester, Ey, popularity. Old Madison is In lino for cures thorn, also Old, Running and -because we are making a special Coy. WEST BOUND. Fever Sores,- - Ulcers, Rolfs, Felons, 6 85 am sale of that class of goods; and offer lit. Sterling and Islington Accom The enthusiasm of Kentucky Democ Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns 7 30 am Best Line to Eastern Express for Louisville- standard sizes and fjualitieM at less racy has reached Ohio and it is going Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. 3 00 pm Morehead and Lexington Accora.. SO pin " New York Limited F. F. V.. ARKANSAS, TEXAS, to wipe out that Mark Hauna plague Best Pile euro on earth Drives out than standard rates. .. EAST BOUND. "spot. McLoan is a Roland for Mark's Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box-MEXICO lussgm . 9 1.1 am Lexington and Morehead Accor- aOliver and his spear will transfix cor Cure guaranteed. Sold by Perry -- & ..11 58 am New VorkTJmlted F. V. V AND CALIFORNIA. . 6 30 pm ruption as embodied in McKiuIeyism Thomas, Druggests. Sco us and get prices on rooiiug and guttering. MtMffesI TSm B , Slcenlng Car leaves Louis Lexiaptcu and Mt. Sterling Accom.... 0 Pullman Tourist g pni Washington ExprcBa W. D. Buckley, Tlnaor. ville every Thursday night and runs through Advice and Hannaism and bossism. Accommodation trains run daily except 8Qn 10 mu rTancisco. We now have some of the molt emi. Already the enthusiasm Ask vour ticket agent for particulars or write riav. Other trains run dallv. for Bryan nent physlclafs In the United Statu. The Somerset Journal gays William ThTOugUfdceplngand dining par service to UmiiuiU opportunity, and loug i.ttiU wit 11. rowier, traveling rasscngcr Agcni, New York. throughout tho West is as great as it Fair, tite keeper of the toll gale near enea emuirnltjr fit tbem for Kiting 7.tt louisvuie, Ky. U tto mwllcsKailrlce. Wrllo fteel Information, rates orsleeperreserrtllons Chair ,Cars LoulsvUle Free ReclinlnR For was in 1S0C. His war cry is down,with Liberty on the Middlbrg pike. Cey your ce. In llemphlj and New Orleans. Jt, Jiuyu, Agent i.N.uy. nail on or write 1 Uculart Address, Dr. J. CI ATRK. frHlafSMrrU the einglo gold standard, down with uicomona, iy, county, has fallen heir to a 3900,000 Lowell, MaM.0 A. II. HANSON, WM. A. KELLOND. or aSOEQE W. BARNEY, down with imperialism, dowa eetalo in Nebraska. Q P. A., Chicago. Jfc O. Ky., Lexington, Ky. si,, it i i D.J'. A. C. m 4 ifci 1 -- the best for the "money but is the best oil the the market at EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL any price. We can't advertise all of our inducements, ESTATE AND COLLEC- new coloring and designs propounding questions to lllilii put on New Reds, Blues, Greens, Iwo Goebtel bUUoliS bud said that old etc. Joiners from 5c. ner lloll Detaaree or Damnarary couldn't make mi uu up in price-White Lead fool out of him any longer. and LillSecd Oil nt inotnrv "Where is this bolt? I have been out Prices, ffrfiicrhfc nf1,W1Y "Win. looking for it with a microscope for five Every now uow Shades from 10c each" on weeks. who says it and then I find a fellow is up in price. The mixed paint When I get over there over yander. I And some suae we make in white and Brown tnau who is a Republican and shade of ordinary color for he says I will find Whins' of bolters 31.10 per gallon is nob only over yander and when I get there it is i-- Paint, so let us Editor Glimtac make you a price to furnish the lilo oilier day a professional prohibi material and do the work in a uoniat made the statement at Richskillful Workmanlike manner. mond that out of forty of 1m immediate 'lMi II ,t were for Ilrown. Auc tmmuness or tne price neighbors It was a lapsus liiiKiiao By an actual win simply astonish you. We they are have received in the last 30 polltho race forGoeboll He said that if narrowed clays direct from the factories Taylor, Goebel Hnd down between that lie several shipments of New would Vote for Tay lor t Bfon he said When faper Hangings, in all the this to another proliihitionist Who was m to Paper and MEN IN MADISON COUNTY OTHER MATTERS. AND thirty-eig- ht Royal r AbsoluteiyHjre SOYAi BAXtHO Baking Fowdeh Makes the food more delicious and wholesome t&TX CO., MEW VOKK. A bolter; of this county, on botng pressed for his reasons for not supporting Senator Goebel, replied that he would not vote for any man who mistreats his wife, as Gowbel does. As Senator Goebel is a bachelor our bolting friond will have to find somo other excuse for not doing li is duty. Winchester Democrat. l&n IDrs, K ir If I "J$SL' 0 Be Leading Spacialists ot America REPAIRING AND TIMKINO FINE WATCIIK8 A SPECIALTY. m nonn men vSf2' I MSW S (C . S. Shafts, gfo 2nd II uuwi lis bililkiwiwi M M Kothinc ran bo moro demoralizing " . mm,: bands and barbecues. Without enthltsiaism you cannot gtt upsteaul. Indiltehincelsfalal. With5 out an Aggressive campaign there would be no romance or enchantment for the OoaterRIcIiard W. Knott ! The W in his name is for Washington. Tho Louisville Post is a miserablo marplot. I think I am safe in predicting that Jessamine county will not go forithatold imbecile; that Palmer Cox specimen of political phenomeua, John Yout g Brownie. I recall to my memory that when. he was the regnlar Democratic nominee for Governor that Jessamine county for the first time In a quarter of a century went Republican Other Blue Grass counties Went the tame way; he will therefore not carry Jessa mine county this time. I doubt if Brown will ever gel signa'luVes enough to have his name enrol fed oh the ballot. It requires two per cent, of the total vote of the State which would Le twelve thousand. He would have to add I'epublfcan names and fictitious) names and nVtor raking every countyjl ' with trustsl Let me read you a letter from the publishers of his great book( Kepublic or Empire 'The people of this country are golbtf to have relief or Anarchy! They have had a tasto of liberty and they are not going lo surrender everything lo the money barons. Perhaps the Spanish-America- n war delayed the coming Revolution and if there is not redress and relief we may look for the worst." I am glad that Mr. Goebel has gone to tho Republican strongholds to preach the truth. Heretofore it did no good, for if a fellew voted Democratic they wouldn't count it that way. Now we have a fair and honest election law to thwart the election manipulators, Out in the country the Republicans gladly hear Democratic speakers while in towns the Republican bosses will keep them away. In a certain place which I do not mention for obvious reasons ha'd a Republican postmaster . I , vt wun i iuck up ins uince iiuu store ami '"".1 is wife and child come to hear me. We must go where tliey are and let; em know that our cause is their cause in the coming campaign. They are nearly ail poor people struggling for' existence anu once we wm tneir cars,; 1 Slory ofaSUvr. To be bound hand and foot for years of dit gust and a nnolo train of symptoms. by the chains of disease in the worst They unfit a man for bilfinci". married life and fooial happiness. No matter form of slavery. George D Williams, whether mii.mI liv nrll m1iU in vnnth naturalwcaknesor sexual excesses, our & of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a iicvr iUetnod '.treatment rr.l iwitlvcly slave was made free. Ho says: "My euro T6a. wife has been so helpless for five years M0 CURE-PA- Yh that she could not turn over in bed Reader. Vl.ll tiped lip.ln. T!nrlT ilnfn r later exceed may have, weakened roc alone. After using two bottles of ElecExporure may have direascd you. You tric Bitters, she is wonderfully imare hot lafe till rured. Our New Method will euro you. You run no risk. proved and able to do her own work." This supreme remedy for fomale diseases quickly cures nervougnesH, sleep- fra Youns Sinn You nro pale, fcebloKl irritablo lessness, melancholy, headache, faint- fJ nnd hass-ml- 101 nervous, iorgcuui, and ex- - mm tiuujio. Dccome morofe, and despondent; blotches and pimples. 13 ing and dizzy spells. This miracle sunken wrinkled face, stooping working medicine is a godsend to weak, form ami downcx-- t countenanco reveal mm me oiigut it your existence. PTj sickly run down people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 60 cents. Sold by iWECUREBICOCELEOS G Ti matter how Fcrions vnor es..e riot trfi Perry & Thomas, Druggists. If. r.r h long you mnyhave had It, our tora AVaUw All Work Guaranteed. Street, Richmond, Ky. 1 ; S Re3t9 Sweet and Peaceful ! 11 f; t N . -- QUI-STI- r mm TzJWtvi - -- ICH-ltoo- iy0) Kennedys Kergan g i&U h fui K22d vQ nave received a large shipment of the .. . i i nr ., i iiitiiuouiinisu cuuuiies ever iurouguu i10 iicn- mand and will have them on special sale for the next few weeks, at prices ranging from S12to$40. New, fresh, attractive designs t 1 . . . . . . fe? rSN S w&M m -- m i:-:- :. - Hmm Ii Dr. Goldstein, $ $ i KSS Ko-tro- fj' M TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the handsome line of desks a regular of beauty which are being offered at prices out of joint. ava-lanc- Jls he wire-pulle- rs Mfe 1 S e, URifY l't d m. al half-hearte- I S iJ cl. SKr" 3y'? ' 1 Window g J W$ Shades. Among my har- . I J Iv VWaV ct? vestof furniture fancies, there is fv Sffife klrMBl al FOR WEAK MEN qnlt-fy. rs l Ko nolinemorecom- plete than our c&ll beautiful displa' of Window. Shades. Every stsle, every color, and every price. Cull and examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentucky. . Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. 1 ml o "itt y I o. Mniinr niinnrni ru M 220-22- 2 nti Lit iviUDtnui, m. AV. ) Main Street, KlOHfiiUIllJ, rcaBjSj 7. JASPER 11 IMjll up'-to-da- te N?GHT PHONE S3. mmisMMasVHssMMMraaaTnB iYRUP I PEPSI a, Tie Mhi Mu OR LEXINGTON, KV. ... $160,000 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS $ 65,000 11ESER YE AND SURPL US. -- huty AW - Reverse ol is Insurance. We pay the same profits to the living that Insiirniico Companies pity to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety anil conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor, for particulars apply to O -l SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. KY. MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. Louis Landman F.J. "f .Ayer's s s A Treatment That Cures Cancer. No Lumber For Sale! first-cla- LUIS ill! Pectoral Dr. Ayer's Another Turn Plaster, K Paste, Ko Catting, No SuL'ering, No Detention FrMi Biuiitsss, Nt Daiger, N Failures, asd No Pay Unless Cured. uly5-3m- tax-paye- rs MifAh ui IB Screws, Nails and Tools New Orleans- Tho Surgeon's knife nnd burning plasters and tho liorribTo emtio methods heretoforo employed in an attempt to cure cancor has boon forever displaced 'bv tho advent of Dr. Kegister's jfow'Somm nnd Anteseptic iluid treatment. Tbis discovery works a new era in medical science and sufferers lrom Cancor. Liipur. Ulcers. Tumors. Goitre and Fistulu can certainly be cured witltout tbo.horrU.i torture attending the quack and Ignorant methods in vogue for a century. 1". i r fifty" well defined cacos without a failure is the evidence to "provo tho merit of this important me H' al discovery. This now treatment is tho result of a ; scientific study of malignant diseases and Is based oil the oiost rigid tific principles. tL'-oii- gh sti-.-i- . Cherry Pectoral FEMAL,E DISEASES;, Dr. Kegister holds gold medals from leading inedical collej8 for prouVien. in diseases'of womou, aud for the past ten yoafs has confined his practice to u malo sullerers His discoveries of recent date for the euro of malignant diseasi s Is dtlw to the great increase of cancer of the womb and leinalo breast. A vjl" eijuipped sanilarium.is employed by him at 100 Court street, where his vnttrv time is devoted to fnml sulltjrors and lnqlignaut discuses. If suffering fruiu any disease peculiar to women or any manner of maliunnnt growth or ponf write a f ill and concise &(ateroen2f yPar cno at"l Ijet an Iionest expertv ophtiou . free. Cures can be insdb Rt Addr,' ' lic-m- - Plasters ovr jfetff rrel TAYLOR PROS. n, . 106 Court Strtj,lireiiipliis, Teun. At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Richmond, Ky., held on the 2d day of SepProprietor. tember, 1S93, Cn. motion the followine resoluJ. C. CHENAULT. were adopted: ..Business Manager. tions It Is ordered that a Democratic Primary A. D. MILLER 1st. Editor. Election be held at the various voting precincts O. E. WOODS in Richmond, Ky., on the 12th day of October, 1899, to select Candidate for the November WEDNESDAY. KEPT. 27, - - - 1P90. election, 1899. for Conncllrnen and Chief of Police, and the polls Bhall be open from? o'clock, a in. to 4 o'clock, p. m., in Richmond, Ky , on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid rUKMSHMUVKKV WKDNJtSDAY BT purpose. 2d. That for the purpose of defraying the Co. expenses of conducting said primary election, the candidates who propose to submit tbeir name, shall, on or before the 12th day of October, 1899. pay to the Chairman of this commitsums. lHJIt YKAlt, $1.50. tee the following and ChiefEach candidate for of Police S5.00. Councilman $2 09, 3d That said primary election shall be conducted by officers to be hereafter selected by DEMOCRATIC TICKET. this committee. Ith That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election Fllll nOVIiKNlllt. qualified 5th. It Is ordered that all HON. UIUAAM G0EI5EL, voters who consider themselves Democrats, OK KRNTON COUNTY. and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now under age of twenty-on- e years, who will attain their 1'Olt LIKUTRNANT GOVEKNOlt, majority on or before the day of the next gen.1. C W. JiECKAM, eral election. In November, 1899, and who declare their purpose and intention to affiliate OF NKLSO COUNTY. with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote in ea:d primary election. Cth. That the chairman of this committee l'IMt ATTORN KY OKNEltAL, give public notice of this election by posting a It. J URKCIvINRIDGH, this order at each of three voting places in OF IIOYI.K OUNTY. Rirhmond, Ky., and shall publish a copy of this order in every issue of the Richmoto Climax and Kentucky Register from date of KOK AUJHT01!, adoption to time of said primary election. vou! CUS OOULTKK, DUDLEY TRIBBLE, Chairman. OF OltAVKS COUNTY. R. A. BAXTER, Secretary. The Richmond Climax. Call For Cil) Democratic Primary Election. The Glimax Printing leg-tll- r . appears ns though either Mr. Goebel has lied or Colson has told an untruth. To prove that there was gross political wrongs committed in the Eleventh District in 1SQG, the former cited the tact that Mr. Colson had acted ns an election officer while he was a candidate for Congress, at Middlesboro. Mr. Colson denied the charge and is said to have produced a sworn statement corroborating him. Now comes forward Hon. James D. Black, of Barbourville, the most prominent and probably the must highly respected Democrat in tho Eleventh District, with affidavits that Mr Colson did act as officer of the flection, ns Senator Goebel charged. Mr. Black also said in his speech at Danville, recently, that "the sheriff of Claitorn county, Tenn., aud many other floaieis from that state, 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 Ids word is as good as the bond of a Vanderbilt. Mr. Colson, it is up to It "Honest Labor Bears: Lovely Face There is nothing more pleasing to look upon than a. hearty, ruddy face, gained by honest toil. They are the saving of the nation, ' these toilers of both sexes, struggling for daity bread. 'Pate bloo$ makes ihem aiU io keep ttp home, shop or the ditty round of doty store. If the blood has a taint or imparity, or a. run dozun feeling comes on, the one remedy is Hood's SarsnparVl, Americas Greatest Medicine for the blood.. Poor Blood "SMy blood ojw so poor thti in hottest 'weather felt cold. Hood's Sxrsxpxrvh. made me Ktismu Jt is the right thing in the right place." Hxttk J. Taylor, Woodstown, H. J. i I one time the. warships, the reventtecuP terSj transports; yacms, exuunsum u'uicj e iinmense'parado etc., iti fact of moro than 200' vessels. Sho will see the land ptrade from the windows of a fn,end s house in Fifth avenue, down which Dewev will drive and the 30,000 sailors and soldiers will inarch. During the Naval parade Lt. Bnttam will be on board his ship, but ho lias been designated as one of i tin t!lcers to ride irf carriages which will fpllov ho Olympia battalion to the grandstand, at which place thft officers in carriages wtlloccupy seats in the reviewing Htand, near the great Admiral. While wc of tho interior will pat lontly await news from this grandest of public demonstrations to the greatest hn of , .- . ' i .i, modem uineH, wo suuit rrjnicu uim some ol nnr nitmner, especially J.r. Brittain nnd wife, will be ablo in an official capacity, to grace the urand.and momentous occasion witli their pres ence. ther-whol- Public Sale QFKA FINE-- - BENDING OYER THE WASII TUB J I nflifimi Goiuiiy is not tho work for yonr wife. Richmond Steam Lautuhy . your bettor half uiauy a back J if you will lot it. i Farm CELEBRATED BUEL LIVE IN A As Executor of Fountain Iticc. dee'd.. IJwjll fcoll to tlio highest and 4bcst bidder, on Thursday, OcLJvPi" at 10 o'clock, a. in., the farm recently occupied by Malinda F. Itice,,dec.M.t lying on Richmond and Big Hill turnpike road, less than a half mile from town limits. Tin? farm contains COLLAR AND SHIRT that will stand up to Uinr wik .,1 hold heir own in sultry dayc It is indeed a pleasure lo Inn Linen Laundered by experts f u,. Richmond Steam Laundry. RICHMOND ; STEAM LAINDKY. 113 83ldO ACRES, aud as a Mr. Grinstcad Had a Thrilling Experience. and will be offered in parcels I Mill Hood's d cure llrerllli; only cathsrUc to uk with Hood's Ssrisparllla. lllli "'tiulWUW In our last Issue we told, somewhat in jest, of the rumored epcacc from diowning of. our esteemed friend, Mr. Fred L. Grinstcad, Adams Express Agent, this place, who is now taking a vacation at Potoskey. Wo stated that when out boating or riding with a girl it is dangerous to allow your opportunities to go to "waist," Jittle suspecting that had Mr. Grinstead followed that advice a fair damsel would be now per haps at tho bottom of Petoskey Lake. Writing of Ids thrilling adventure to Mr. "Pcdee" Ferrill, Manager of the Western Union, this city, Mr. Grinstead on Friday last,says: "Wo were about ono-hairdlo from shore When our boat capsized aud it was only my cool head and ability to swim, as well as the courage and confidence disphived by my fair "Heroine" that our lives wero saved. If I had had some flighty girl who wouldn't have listoned to me, we both would now bo at the bottom of the lake. MissMoyer went down once, but I immediately seized her and pulled her on top of the upturned boat, until she had recovered from her strangle.when she followed rav directions and soon became reconciled to our perilous position. I waved my cap in the air and Attracted the attention of it passing ferry boat, the Search light, which, as soon as it sighted ue, blew the distress whistle. 'I want to say to you I was altogether a dilierent man when the boat steamed alongside of us and threw out the life line, wjiich was very acceptable. caught it at the first throw, told Rose to hold on with both bands, while I caught the rope with one hand, and uitli the other around her waist, we were pulled ou deck. The water was awfully cold and Rose was almost chilled to death, for wo wore in the water between 15 ano L'u minutes. . so this ends my ac cident, and I am proud to bo alive." ine aoove is .Mr. uriuetcad's own story, the italics being ours for em pbasis only. He also enclosed this clipping from the Petoskey Courrant of Sept 11, corroborating the story: Monday afternoon about four o'clock Mr. Fred L. Grinstead, of Riclimondj Ky., and Miss Rose Moyer, of this city, started to cross the Harbor in a row boat, just ofi the point, and near Mr. Grinstead lost his oar aud in trying to recover it the boat was capsized. Miss Moyer sank once, Mr, Grinstead seizing her as she rose and both clung to the overturned boat until tbev were taken oil bv tho Searchlitrht anu taKen to tne Hotel wnere tuey were provided with dry clothing. They camo home ou the 7:45 boat having escaped without harm except some very wet clothing and badly shaken nerves." In closing the incident we congratu late Mr. Grinstead upon his heroism aud trust that his hay fever under the influence of the chilly Petoskean waters has left him.forever. lf Hon. W. B. Smith spoke at Barbour- Our Fall Stocks are Coming in Mr. Win. Arbuckle, Jr., has returned ville on Monday, He will fpeak at after a visit to relatives in Virginia. Mr. Seth W.Tudor fiebanon next. were Mrs. John Uiiapel. oi xtowland. is and Mrs. Lenora Maupin Shifllet FOIt SR0HBTAKY OF STATE. married at Syracuse, Kansas, Septem Gov. Bradley says there is no truth the guest of Miss Maggie Mitchell this Bigger and better than ever CALUIJ 15K1C0KINKIDE HILL, ber lStli, tho ceremony being periormeu OF CIjAKK COUNTY. in the report that ho will speak during week. before. All our famous speof M. E. by Dr. H. S. Booth, pa-tIs the best article ever sold Misses Ida and Katherine Fark, of church at that place. This announce cialties, besides exclusive KOK COMMISSIONED OF AGKIOULTUHE this campaign. Irviiui are visiting friends and relatives ment, no doubt, will be a pleasant sur I. N.N ALL, in Men's Footwear, made General Merchandise. Gov. McCreaby spoke at Carlisle on at White Hall. prise to tho friends ot tnese young peo- OF JEEFKHSON COUNTY. half of crop consisting of 22 acres of ule. who found their uretna-uree- n in Monday. He is billed for Stanford on Mr. J. B. Stouffor is in Cincinnati in all the latest style corn in shock, and 22 stacks of hav far away Kansas. Mr. Tudor, who is S FOIt SUP'T. OF FUllLIO INSTUCTION, Monday, Oct. 9, Louisa, Oct. 1C, and buying a fall stock. small crop of wheat, and as agent of well known here, being a native of H. V. McCHESNEY, toes at Winchester, Oct. 23. Capt. W. B. Jones returned Saturday Madison county, is au upright, honorEd. M. Kice, the remaining half of above OF LIVINOTON COUNTY. from Tennessee, where he was visiting able and industrious voung man, and named cr.ip. Ono pair extra 3D. DIST. FOK KAILKOAI) COMMISSIONER, At the Republican headquarters In ins oaugnter, airs, rotter. old mare is well worthy of tho lady, whom he mare mules, 1 pair nice COL A- - W. HAMIJrON, mules, 1 extra yearling and this city eight copies of tho Lexington Miss Eliza Harris, returned to her now calls his wife His bride is a OF MT. STEALING. colt, 2 brood mares, 2 niilcli cows, 2 In this department is to be found the largHerald are received daily and take their home in Mt. Sterling. Thursday, after daughtorof Mr. Kit Maupin, of Station ana extra ouii caivos anu u nogs. est, handsomest and most varied assortment f place where tbev belong, with other a pleasaut visit to Mrs. D. M Chen Camp, Lstill county, Capt. ir a grandKBlMtKSHNTATIVK, FOK Terms made known on day of sale John Wildaughter of the late ault. HON. W. W. COMBS, Republican literature. Black Goods ever brought to this market. We son, the hero of Lookout Mountain. COUNTY. MADISON FOUNT RICE. . .Mrs. Jennio Under, lias returned to Besides being extremely bandsome.she have just opened another line of Blistered Cr The best way to fight Republicans is her homo near Speedwell after an ex- possesses those traits of character which FOR COUXTY JI'IKJK, pons, beautiful designs, in both Silk and Mohair. with a club a strong Democratic club, tended visit to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Todd, go to make woman a real helpmate to N. JJ. COY. at lord. A full line of Lupin's Cheviots, the best Chevman. and Mr. Tudor might well be such as will bo organized here tomorprize. iots made. Broadcloths, Venetian Prunella Mr. L. A. Ballard, of Caleast. rc- proud of having won such aadvent This row night. Come out and hear the ANNOUNCEMENT into second turned from Virginia Monday, where is Mrs. Tndo'r's field, her first hus Cloths, Wool Poplins and Serges. -- ANDspeeches and jino the club. We take FOR COUNTY CLERK. he had been lor mo past two weoks tho matrimonial band being the late Henry Shifflott, of pleasure in showing these goods whether you V urn authorized to announce AIICII buying Tun beet recommendation that a man K WANAUOH DOTY forCountv Clerk, sucject this county. In a letter to the Climax, wish to purchase or not. We quote a few prices: can get is that which his past record to the action of the Democratic Farty. Hiss Estelle Poyntz, of oft. Sterling, Mr Tudor stated that they would go gives him. Judge a candidate, not by and Miss Elsie Burns, of Cynthiana, to We are authorized to announce C. M. g (Jooledge, at once, at a candidate for County Clerk, subject what he intends to do, butby that which are tne guests oi their aunt, Airs. T. H. Kansas. The Cmmax ioins in with to tbeaetion of the Democratic Party. he has done. 40c All wool Henrietta friends, and extends heartiest Hart, thib week. a host of worth 50c We nre authorized to announce D- It. JTEVIS . . uecause a negro wrote uioaooveooea a candidate for County Clerk --subject to the 00c All-woMr Duko B. Gordon. of Nicholas congratulations and best wishes for a Henrietta worth 75c action of the Democratic party. prosperous and happy yoj'age over ON SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1899, not dimmish its truth or importances! ville, with indorsements as a "steadv. 75c All-woSponged Cheviot We are authorized to announce M. M. 85c qualitv life's sea. MILI.Hll a candidate for County Clerk, sub- It is from the Blue Grass Untrle nfliMod man. .sure to triva satisfaction T" i . . . at 1U o clocK, a. m., I win sen at my ject to the action of the Democratic party. now witn tne ULiMAX. is Frankfort, edited by colored men. MADE BY f miles south of Kichmond, farm, A We are authorized to announce JESSE Mr. and Mrs "Wl "W Gav, nee SMwf COUn a candidate for County Clerk, subject Maoison county, Kv., on the Speed Ui the action of thu Democratic party. The Lonisville Commercial must be Margaret Woodford, of Winchester, will well pike, known asas the C. It. Estill and Mrs. Algin Irvine. SHOE place. Tho following described stock, jealous ot the Lexington Herald, be- - arrive Saturday to be the guest of Mr. of InviNE. Mr. are rejoicing over the FOK 8IIBEIFF. Wagersville, anu xurs. v. m. unenauit etc.: We are authorized to announce JOHN F. causu the latter, while posing as an in adyent of their first heir a Doy. New lines of Felt and Stitched Dr. Goldstein, the eminent oculist, WAdHRS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic dependent Democratic paper, is in is at tne Hotel Ulyntlon for a lew days Cloth Walking Hats, handparty. greater demand at Republican head If your eyes need attention go at once somely trimmed. These arc We are authorized to announce JOHN W. Five work mules, ono yearling ninle BALLARD, of White Station, a candidato for quarters than the Commercial itself. ami seo him. Consultation free. See the very- newest things for and two colts, two combined mares, one ad. Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic It appears that spies, traitors and Jarman. Ernest Jarman, grandson party. harness horse, traveling and early fall wear. of Capt. P. P. Ballard, this place, died counstill have standing in this Miss Isabella Million and Joel D We are aethSrized to announce MARTIN saddle horse, one large jack, one year Missouri, $1.25 A new line of stylish Felt Walking lints and ltougl, of Kichmoutl GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison try. in olilo, twopeoplo, spent s most popu- at St. Josenh. a wife andlast week. De ling jack, one jennet with jack colt, one one child. ceased leaves county, subject to the action of the Democratic Kitler effects, in pearl, gray with white scarf and lar young several days jennet with jennet colt, 75 hogs, party. quill, worth S2.25 with 400 barrels of corn in shock, 25 barrels The Election Commission at Frank- nal. Mies I.illie Peyton. Stanford Jour Wearea'itliorized to announce P. B. BROAD-DC- S $4.50 and $5 An ultra stvlish Cloth Hat, Hough Iti.ier a candidate for Sheriff 6f Madison county, of old corn, 20 stacks of hay. Fanning effet t and walking hat. Be sure aud inspect those, subject to the actlin of the Democratic party. fort has about concluded its labors of implements consisting ot one Belt Mr. Jefferson Yeneor, of Danville, as they are very exclusive. appointing new boards in the various and Mr. binder, ono mower and hay rake, one Wm. Hallam, of Washington. Here. Old Joo Will bs counties. Madison's now board con- D. C, were the guests of Misses Julia FOR ASSIiSSOB. wheat drill, one corn planter, two 2We arc authorized to announce JOE OLD- sists of Messrs. Jno. B. Chenault and Higgins and Susan horse wagons, ono buggy and harness, For the first time since the last McRoberts on THEY ABE HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison SEE OUR 5o. COTTON TOWELS, BARGAINS. household and kitchou itirniture. Presidential campaign, Joe Blackburn county subject to tie action of the Demo- Josiah P. Simmons,. Democrats, and Sunday. "I will rent at same time and cratic party. 1 o'clock p. m Mr. Waller Bennett, Republican. Mr. Mr aud Mrs. W. W. Pigg will leave will on Monday next at place, my farm, containing Four Hun We are authorized to announce JAS. L. to vif-i- friends and relatives address the people of Madison county. BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison Langford and Mr. Clay, on the old dred Acres, for the vcar 1900. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS., in Kansas City, Platte City and other county subject to the action of the Demo- board were not reappointed. The improvements consist of a largo company with Senator Goebel. Black We sincratic party. points in Missouri. They will return in urick residence, large tonacco nam burn recently said: "I bolievo that if to announce GEORQE cerely hope that the new board will be about November 1st. We are authorized If you are in need of Millinery or anything in Dry Goods, extra stock barns, stock scales, and all NOLAND a candidate fur Assessor of Madison as harmonious and Carpets, Shoes or notions, write to us for samples or informaKentucky goes Republican this year give as great satis county, subject to the action of the Democratic necessary with fine bear Miss Mamie ltaybnrn, of Lexington, tion, which will be cheerfully given, as wo liavo corresoinl-ent- s party. faction a the old one. ing orchard, three tenement houses, nas returned nnmo altera visit to Mis none of us will live long enough to see to answer such letters. Wo are authorized to announce G. W. &c. The farm is well watered and in ses Mary and Bessie Ballard, near Sil it return to the Democratic columns." I) BATH BR AC? K a candidate for Assessor of a high state of cultivation. Seventy Candidate Taylor was cornered at ver Creek. Miss Bessie leaves this That was a true utterance and every Madison county, subject to the ictiou of the Democratic party. five acres for corn, the rest in grass. Calhoun and forced to answer how he week for Loretto Academy. Democrat should so consider it. Wo are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, CLOTHING.' Terms made known on day of sale of the Glade District, h candidate for Assessor, stood on the separate coach law, etc. The ColumBia. Mo. Herald of last friendship for Blackburn, if fidelity If subject to the action of the Democratic party. Mr. Taylor appeared to be very much triday says that Dr. John M. Burnam, to Democracy, if fairness and a desire TAYLOR RICE. We have received our complete stock of Men's and Children's Suits and Overcoats, which we will be pleased to show otfeuded at the questions, and replied having resigned his position as assist to attend, cannot avail to bring you raa JAILKK. ant professor of Latin in the Univerour customers. Boy's School Suits selected with special conto seo the Wo are authorised to announce JAMES C. in an irritated way that he "would not sity of Missouri, will leave October 1 to in. let your turositv sideration for strength and durability. Thousands coining in LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison answer any questions prepared by these study in trance aud Spain. of Kentucky impel you next Governor ranges of quality suitable for all classes. Style and neatness county, su'aject to the action of the Democratic agents running around in Goebel's in. nre a part of every one of them. party. Mr. W. B. Lain, of Shirley, Illinois, to come out and enjoy the music and Made in colored or black We are authorized to announce PETER G. terest." who left here last spring, has returned the fresh air, for no building will con PABR1SII a candidate for Jailer of Madison Vici Kid, Russia, Box, here. tain the throng that will be here on "Let Goebel meet me face to face and to Madison, probablv to county, subject to the action of the Democratic iion's This? SHOES Our stock of Shoes ia larger than over. Wo party. ask them," he said, ''and I will answer He likes Illinois and has valuable prop Monday next. -- OFSmooth Box and Willow an inspection. We offer One Hundred Dollars R We aro authorized to announce JACK BOSS erly mere, out, mere is no place Jike n candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for them." ward for any case of Catarrh that can nome, particularly in JUauison county, one term only, subject to tho action of the Benefit. Mr. Hubert's Complimentary Calf, all Velvet Kid not oo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Later in his speech, however, he re- Kentucky. Democratic urty. ferred to the questions again, and said We are authorized to announce F. J. PERRev. T. S. Hubert gave his lectnro, F. J.CitENEY &Co.,Props.,ToIetlo,0. Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, Major and Mrs. John D. Harris cele lined, made in Goodyear undersigned, KINS a candidate for Jailor, subject to the F. that he was opposed to tho separate brated their golding wedding last Wed- "Home. Sweet Home," at the Masonic J. We, the for the last 15 have known be action of the Democratic party. Cheney years, nnd The Adams Express Company will welt, heavy double sole, nesday evening. A largo company of Temple last Friday night before a hevo him perfectly honorable coach law. in all sell at public auction to the highest The most remarkablo statement friends from this and other slates were splendid audience that testified by its business transactions and flzanciallv biducr. lor casn, at iticlimonu, Ky., on FOR CHIEF OF FOLICE. invisible cork, at $5.00 present. X)ur kindest regards and well able to carry out any obligations made Wo are authorized to announce EVERETT made by Mr. Taylor, however, was the wishes are extended to the distin presence and applause the warm place oy BERRY for Chief of Police for the City of nrm. inetr is a winner. occupied by this eloquent, gifted pastor "West & Truax. Wholesalo Drurrirists, Richmond, subject to the action of the Demo- following: guished couple. AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS, 14, cratic party. have assurance that every bolting Mrs E. B. Scrivener accompanied by in tha hearts of Richmond people, re Toledo, O., Walding, Kinnam & Mar- "I We are authorized to announce J. II. W W a candidate for Chief of Police, subject to Democrat is sending up a prayer that her two children will shortly leave for gardless of denominational distinctions. vn, wnoiesaie Uruggists. Toledo, O. the action of the Democratic party. Westcliffe, Col., where she goes to join There was a political meeting and a Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internal may be elected Governor." We are authorized to announce J. D. FEENY I her husband, who has been there for conflicting ly, acting directly upon the blood and tho packages remaining on hand un a candidate for tho oflicc of Chief of Police of mucous surfaces of tho system. Price claimed or otnerwiso at its various several months in quest of health. large social entertainment Richmond. Ky , subject to the action of the We hear it said that under the Goebel which we are glad to note he is rapidly with his engagement yet these did not 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. offices in the States of Kentucky and Democrat Id party. Virginia. Salo begins at 10:00 a.m. pro vent the large ball from being seated. .testimonials iree. election law there is no right of ap- gaining. Valley View Argont.- FOR COUNCILMAN. Hall's Family Pills nre tho best 1 m List can be seen at Express office. peal to the courts. This charge, if unMr. R. R. Burnam, on behalf of the The District Convention of the C. W. We are authorized to announce CHARLES man to B M. will convene at. the Christian Richmond Coinmandery Knights TemW. F. GARRETT, Agt J (JOHH. our leading tailor, a candidato for answered, leads a MADE BY S subCouncilman in the Court House Precinct, the conclusion that something is vitally church, Thursday, September 28th. An plar, introduced Mr. Hubert and lie .at J. W. YOUNG, Asst. Supt. sp20-4ject to the action of the Democratic party. interesting programme lias been ar- once launched into his themo. His lecTHE MANss We are authorized to announce DR. V. H. wrong in the law. But this is a misranged for the dav. Kev. G. L. Whar IIOKSON a candidate for Councilman from representation, and we call Republican 5H0EM'Fac ture was delivered hero a year ago, and ton, a returned missionary from India. tht Court House precinct, subject to the action ' of the Democratic party. attention to the fact, because that party will give an address at 7:30 d. in. All while it charmed everyone, it has been 5 We aro authorized to announce C. A TAYis most studiously disseminating the are cordially invited. revised and improved so that those who LOR a candidate fur Coiftjcilman In tho C5urt House I'recmct, subject to the action of the contrary as a fact. The Lexington Herald is authority have heard it were more delighted than . OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF Democratic party. The truth is, the Court of Appeals for this statement, which, however, we ever. Tins is not tne usual experience We are authorized to announce C. T. WELLS When a man feels very badly hs says fancy is incorrect, as Dr Blanton, Jr , of those who listen to a lecture twice. Having rented 1117 farm, about one mile from ftr Councilman from tho City Hall preciuct, has decided that the right of appeal re- nas opened a dental oince at "Mr subject to the action of the Democratic party. ALL STOVE UP." He wishes on a cool aitver uresic depot, AND SHOES.. on the premises. will oner atpuDiicsaic, mains unaffected in every case in which Harry Blanton, son of Chancellor L. H. Will Confederates Now bo Good? day like yesterday that' aft his stoves were that right existed under the old elec- Blanton, ot Central University, nassed through Lexington yesterday on his up. There is a difference, as you see, in When Mr. Goebel charged that a breaks all records. Never before in tion law. IS, 133 brother of Theo. Hallam had been im- the history of our town was there a Another gross misrepresentation is way to John Hopkins University." Mr. Reed Embry goes to Danville this prisoned, it roused the iro of many the claim that no penalty for offenses more complete line offored the people. to take a who did not stop to reaIn property, it not committed by election officers exists week .....Mr. and course in Centre College. Mrs.Hughes Bronston son that Goebel was driven to the dis- Every shoe has boen bought at the oi sale: Three headsold privately before day ot good horses and two under this law? But section 16 says: will move shortly from their home on calves, une neir unampioo Hinder, one McKy. Lexington, on very lowest market price, and we are cormick Mower, Cultivator, one ' Allact.and parts of acts in conflict North Broadway to Woodland Park. closure by Hallam's dirty attack waeon and harness, and other farming lmDle- Miss Mary TribJe, of Richmond, Goebel's parentage, going to the ex- in a position to give our customers. ments too nmnernu to mention. Will also offer The greatest difference' consists not so much in with this act are, to the extent of such who lias been spending a few days with treme of saying tho latter's birth was lor sale at same time my household and kitchen conflict, repealed." Then all parts of Miss Mary E. Sweeney, f- their first cost as in their heating qualities. We are Sole Agents furniture. returned homn so beclouded in mystery that it might over $10 will be sold on a TERMS All the old law not in conflict with the new yesterday. Lexmgtou Herald. 'No matter how much your stove costs, if it ; The Most falue For Least credit, payable turns 1, 1900, without inter- for these two January have taken place in the precincts of a est, all rams nnder that amount cash. law are yet in effect, and the Court of does not keep you or cook your food Mrs. "Wm. Arnold is at Sault Sle Appeals has so decided, declaring that Mario, Mich., whither she was called fancy resort. This vile assault drew C. D. HAGAN, is a nuisance. Don't delay, therefore, to you. Our sept20-3Money we can CELEBRATED the Bame penalties embraced In the old by tho illness ot her grandchildren. from Mr. Goebel the retort that Silver. Creek, Ky. , get a stove, : may liaye been jioor and ob- shoes-arlaw are In effect under the new. The Harry, Arnold and Paul Hanger, sons to-fi- t. made You of Mr. and Mrs. Harrv JB. Hanger. scure, but he could truthfully say what Republican nowspapers condemn and They were all suffering from whooping ! misrepresent the law, but no Republi- cough but are now nearly entirely re- Theo. Hallam could not claim that he will find no trouble in getting can newspaper has dared to print tho covered. Mr. Arnold expects his wife, never had a brother in the penitentiary. a fit here. We have all BOOTEES. that's law, preferring to select only such sen- daughter and the little fellows home m At Versailles on Monday last, Mr. Goeand the satisfaction will reward 3ou when about two weeks. - documentry evidence will rent n't public auction, ip front1 I bel produced LATEST; all that's GOOD! of.iho Court House door, in Richmond, Tins above remark was niatlo tences and paragraphs subject, by beats a mother-in-layou'pre cold and hungry. We are loath to give up Mr. Carlos that Hallam's long-lowayward iilxjiit this thu other tl;iy by themselves, to misconstruction. Ky,-owill pay you to examine A. Fish, our always prompt and efficient brother, J.iR. Htllatn, Jr., had been all to smash. Now then, we have a "ft n ixuntlfiimii thoroughly familiar I'aint Lick correspondent, who lett Car-LoaMb. Bkctus Clay, one of tho retiring Monday for the Chicago Homeopathic imprisoned in Louisiana in 1808 for Saturday, September 23, '99 of Stoves, ready for your inspecthem carefully before with thu needs of Central Ken ml: tuufcy people. Wit believe ho. Was members of the county election board, Medical College, where he will com- stealing from a lawyer's office in that We haye a few summer at 2 o'clock, p. m., tne tarin known as tion. Come while you can. buying elsewhere. plete his course begun Louisville. State. Mr. Goebel said he regretted to me uuenauu rarm, now occupied ny ritfht, and tlmt youcan ho sis sue: representing the Republican party, has entering the junior class.at Mr. Fish, or goods left that" we will Mr. Gaylan "White. The farm has 2S0 vensfully served here ns in "n y city nothing but words of praise for the, more properly Dr. iis!i, is one whom refer to tho matter again but Hallam's acres, all in grass, has good residence, the South we could tell you of fairness and consideration with which we have always found to be a perfect friends had demanded the proof and in sell you at your own price. stables, servants quarters, ice house, his recommendations were treated by gentleman, aud our associations with he had secured it, and now, we ask, many eolo right here in town have created an admiration for will our .Confederate friends, bo goodThey are all nice and etc, etc Terms made known on day of renting, wliu liuve triml'tho adjacent cities his Democratic colleagues on the board, himQualities his and accomplishments thai and tell us who has lied, Goebel or Hal BRUTUS J. CLAY. ami come to the conclusion that Messrs. Chenault ami Langford. Mr. warrants the belief that lie will achieve good. Now's your chance ! septl3-21'iici-SlyleH, Assortment and Clay says that the Election law having great success in his chosen profession lam? Main Richmond, Ky. Yours for the Right Price, Quality wero just as good here oa been declared constitutional and placed while adding constantly to tho circle They Will See Dewey Tqeiorrew! of his warm, friends. ' ym & uuvwliure. Think the matter ever, upon the statute books, it was the duty MADE BY Niv Richmond will have at least three lake styles for instance: Our buy of evry citizen to uphold it. "For, representatives at the great Dewey cele ers visit thu Northern, Eastern and said Mr. Clay, "if it is a bad law, fhe bration in New York tomorrow, and quickest way to get it repwaled is to en SBC M'F'a c0 Western markets three or four one of them, Lt. Carlo B. Brit tain, will Rev. George 0. Barnes is in Kenyear and cull from the fac force it" times a First Street, Richmond, Kj'. This is a sensible and proper way to tucky and will remain several mouths take part in the welcoming ceremonies toriea of tho country the choicest good health. At present be is to the great Admiral. Lt. Brittain, his nrjticles of their production, and in treat the subject, and we commend it He is in at Stanford. wife, (nee Miss Mamie Baldwin and assortment. Did you know that to all who have prejudged the law and Rev. Henry N. Faulconer has accept- son, Thomas Baldwin, are In New York of our New Four- are making incendiary threats regarding ed a call to preach for the Second Preswith the addition now. Mrs. Brittain having joined her story Bnilding'.we have nearly hree it. It is the law, it has been tried in byterian church at Richmond, but lie husband in New England a month ago, Space, devoted ex- the 2000 precincts of Kentucky without will still make this city his home. acres of Floor and, after a pleasant tour along the Lancaster cor. Stanford Journal. clusively to the display of goods a single complaint, and we have faith coast, arrived at Torapkinsville.Stateri from various departments? In that it will be vindicated again this The Sacrament will be administered Island, on tho 12th, to remain until at the Presbyterian church on Sunday quality wo acknowledse but one year. If, however, after a fair trial, it morning. Preparatory after the great event of tomorrow. Lt services staudanl-T- HE BEST. Trices wo is proven to be the iniquitous measure held on Saturday morning at will be Brittain's ship, the "Lancaster," will be enemies, we hope it The pastor hopes that eyeryone10:30. ANOTHER LOT are determined shall and mnst be as viewed by its will will bo speedily amended orutterly reserve that hour from their occupations Seventh in lino in the first division of as low as is consistent with right k of warships, aud thus our distinguished quality. AVe want your patronage erased from our statute books The nun attend. townsman will be, in tho language of Democratic party will not stand spon Rev. Mr. Turner, tho Methodist nas- CROCKERY Oir Full Use of and nssiiro you that every ellbri tor, preached morning on Lord Corncob, "strictly in it.tr Mrs. that ciin possibly bo made will be sor for any uian or measure that would the Duly of theon Sundaythe People and Brittain, who has pleasant rooms on " GLASSWARE EAST LIBERTY, PA. Pastor to Sboesis Compete rob citizens of their rights and suf put- futdi to merit it. in the evening on the Peoplo's duty to Tompkins avenuo, Staten Island, from ; OFFER SUPERIOR ADYAMTASES TO SUPPERS. ' Carpets, Curtains, Wall Paper, frages. With these sincere convictions the Pastor. We published last week, a has arrived and the iso housekeeper her windows overlooking the bay,- - has will not miss the opportunity to buy Furniture, Wood Mantels, China. and witli faith in our party and Its noni mere coincidence, an article on thse witnessed tho majestic outry of Samp Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY when every article has the durability- inecs, we Have given our hearty sup important- subjects, and found- - Mr. is the nearest point to the Eastern market. sons squauron, anu, wneuce au the The man is who has a good, sound, re- of two of the ordinary kind. port to the ticket nominated at Louis Turner able to elaborate the thoughts op Indianapolis for Balti therein contained, and we hope to re- ships He in plain view. Mis. BrittairrJ liable carriage nnder him. He can This is Queensware worthy of Ui ville, and we ask all Democrats to re produce his remnrks in brief in the rest secure in theihought that when more, .Washington, Philadelphia, New York and i main true to the party that is large near future, for the good of thoseinler-t'Bte- d will be on board the "Lancaster" as Iho ho ha3 one of our well made, reliable name. Ibia high quality c$o tbwwgh. opow'gh and "brave enough and good in church work in all denomina- Olympia, with her precious freight pliictoiis. carriaues. runabouts, whalp- - Don't thceo prices oxletl a wel u Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and enough to correct its own mistakes tions. Wo hope tho now pastor. will steam's In tomorrow, giving Iior a closo bono speeders, or road carte, that cmnrJ come? have a nlessaut and profitable residence view of tho famous cruiser m eh wnai raur.on me roao. ins wsuenn rwvr other kinds of sf.rwV. without giving assistance to those who in our city dose. Glass Fruit Saucers, 96 la 96e pescs up and nnchors. Nor will this rUl nive .way. Wo have $m of the Qkse would only destroy it, fl&p. and SI Consign merits for Commission firms given prompt attenti Tumblors, 23, 48, JW, sufems oi roail wagon. main and broadway, Brittain .will wiinM ths noM MA tttfebertired biiwim in roek-waIf soirve people "wre pid largo sl- - tw all; ' RtVk. SOU BALSB STMT VSSXSr. NnVsI wm Uu!b the MiK to miad from tho upper 0nd of moiid. Lexington, Ky. 'Prove li things,," and tWy JOHN MrmSON, . MfritiUtfl wocsvi ef dirtusMk. wwtida't dej H. Kentucky Ctutiiutt W9tm Rtatrt MmAi wiir will.kt In yttw Ai Main FOK TBBASUBKlt, K. W. UAGER. OF KOYI) COUNTY. ToDon-SniFFLET or PERONALS MARRIED. whole, and sold as bringing most money. Tne Improvements consist or a comfortable dwelling, necessary splendid bearing orchard, small fruits, &c, well watered, about 22 acres now in corn, balance in grass; also farm wnuon and farming implements. d Tho laud wiil be sold for cash January 1, 1900; balance two erjunl payments six and twelve months, with interest from January I- - Possession given January 1, or sooner. This is a desirable home for thopcyhaving children to educate, being itt'igbt oi Caldwell High School. Madison Female Institute ami Central University. At same time and place, I will sell, as Executor of Sirs. Malinda F. liico, dee'd., a lot of Household and Kitchen Furniture, ono-thir- f CS V THE I 11 clcl Pill Of The New, u PUBLICSALE a $3 50 4 00 4 50 5 00 Black G OQS IS ItAY-IUTU.- V house-keepin- ... RE JMTING ol ol -- BIRTHS. m'f-g.c- q DEATHS IhOCAL,. - . t The 5$ PUBLIC Hocker Bootee SALE! 1, te ji E V. ELDER. 5? ALL-MA- N aiurday, Dstok mm m V fair-mind- L Records Brakes! PUBLIC SALE ..BOOTS ''I'M c, rowef&Co lkki kk two-hor- "STOVES." it jt; "It Covers r ii: fit the Field, e FOR RENT - st It f I ale. wm A - GOOD - ONE, It ds w (5 'fit nil' - s well-wishi- MbSIIv Street, vi RELIGIOUS. si viz s Freeman Bros., HjB - hard-to-brea- a4 Bis - ii ai Pittsburg Central Stock Yards, T7 partkttkr. - It Best Distributing Point East CifiBrower&Coi, DOUGLAS. pr ys BRIGHT &C0. Strati repe Mr pd .: l mm 1 Simon O'DennelJ, QnrU Manager 4H-- l i 3H l THIS IS THE TIME PEOPLE begin to think of buying shoes Shoes for them-- 1 selves, shoes for the children. We are prepared t to fill your wants in this line, we are showing i the Newest and Latest designs in Foot-weaIt I is the cream of the trade at small prices. I Shoes for everybody. All styles that are stylish. Our immense business proves that we please .patrons and we can please you. Come once and you will come again. r. nff Ladies: 4fr 11 Busy ins Bee EXTRAORDINARY 9 A WOMAN'S FOOTING is firmly established if she weare tho ZIEGLAR BROS.' SHOES. Tliey possess all Ihe comfort of an old l,ar r sUl'Pers but are mnde on the most stylish Insts and have tho dainti- iiuuuiimuiB. ti u iuivu just re- rcivet' our first faI1 shipment for this season of tho above named poods and havo them in nil widths mid in tho latest lasts. Prices $2.00 to $1.00. This line is to the wearers of fiue shoes. well-know- n i t HOLEPROOF SHOES for boys or girls school wear. You know the youngsters delight In kicking their Shoes to pieces. Well, we are prepared for thein with our i AT THE Cash Store, . little Giant School Shoes. ' w- - TQpW SS" Mothers say thev never Baw such long wearing Shoes. It Is plain as a pikestaff that you cannot do bettor than get a pair for Johnnie. Of course, we've Shoes for everybody, but that's another story. The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and 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 our Dress Fabrics, which show the inspirations of the Loqm Artists of France, England, Germany, Switzerland and America. For Sale. The Opening of the Season. Ten go io The Pen. OH OF? j 5 ECONOMY ! . blacksmith stand and h'ouso and lot near Kingston. For further particulars call on or address D D. Pennington, soptS? lm Kingston, Ky. Lost. A A handsome double case, stem-win- r. ing gold watch, with the letters, W. W, B." engraved on case. A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to th is office or spt20tf A. T. Chenault. New Wall Paper House in Richmond. FOR THE FALL AKD WINTER SEASON IN BEltfS MD BOYS 5uvc 3 CLOTHINGS Lowest-Priceall-wo- ol e, wear-resistin- g, rightly clothe you with the Clothing in Amerfca Rightly-madItendy-to-Wems lit Is of the famous "Vitals" Brand, the only d'lofltirrg Tailored on a strictly scientific basis in clean, well venti because tho late workrooms. Perfect fitting vand inside, tho "Vitals." tho Very life of the garment is carefulness in making represents the expenditure of time and thought, and is a decided contrast to tho tailoring seen in ordinary Beadv-t- o Weaf Clothing. The Fnbrics we show are of the very newest designs that will be fctii this season. Many confined exclusively to u, in tho face of l(s above facts. lit Euro wepared to nmUe. absolutely The drug firm of Perry & Thomas has installed a.perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang and decorate rooms to suit all tastes and purses. No trouble to show goods. aug23-t- f With your kind permission 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 Blanton's coal yard. Ino cities have been ransacked for latest fads and fashions and our trimmer, the gifted Miss Lnnbarn, of Louisville, has just completed her stupendous and delicate task of providing only such articles as will meet with the approval of the best taste. We will be teady to welcome visitors to our opening morning, Thursday, and continuing through Saturday, and await your pleasure. Do yourself and ns the Justico to call. Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an enormous stock of goods to select their fall purchases from as we are now showing. Shelves, counters, Ledges and even the very floors, upstairs and downstairs, are creaning 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 great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentuek- - will be shown to a customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. DRESS GOODS. Wo are very fastidious about onr Dress Materials; ttiey must be ot tue 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 beautiful mixtures, doublo width and pretty and stylish for 19c per yd., worth 39. We are showini; the haudsomoKt line of Crepons in the market this season. Prices from 29c per vd. up; tho fine imported weaves that go out freely at 2.48 per yd. We are showing a complete lino of Venetians, Broadcloths and all weaves suitings Our adapted to tailor-mad- e 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. Western Cities have been culled by onr ouycrs and not a stone lias been left unturned to make this the Banner Department of our store. All the new Jackets, Golf Capes, Children's Jackets, &c, that are iu favor this season we are showing and onr prices suit everybody. You can buy a handsome Silk Lined Jacket or Capo from us at the same price a cheap one would cost you elsewhere. Don't fail to visit our Cloak Department, look through it, see many now things whether you want to buy or not. Polito salesmen and salesladies will wait on you. All Domestic Goods, "are being wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of. You can save money on each and every item purchased in this Department. Good Calicoes that make nice comforts and dresses nro only 3Jc per yd. All best brands Indigoes and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else soils them. Good Canton Flannel 5c. Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c. An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home dresses 8c per yd. Good Percales 5c; better Percales yd. "c perFlannel, heavy twilled, 15c per Ited yd. We are selling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray, red and blue at 8Jc per yd. Good Jeans 10c per yd. Good Bed Ticking 5c per yd; Best Bed Ticking 10 and 12c per yd. Best Lancaster and Amoskeag Apron Gingham 5c per yd. Nico Dress Gingham 5c per yd; Better grades 7i and 8Ac per yd. Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are being wrapped up at very low prices in order to make room. Bring your wagons and load them up, they wont be as low again tni.t season. When Circuit Court adjourned last Friday afternoon ten prisoners had been sentenced to the penitentiary, as follows: Brutus Winkler, mnyhem, two years; Newton Clayd, foreery, two years: Will Jones, colored, horsestealing, six years; Will Mfe, colored, hog stealing, fotir yearn; Will Bradley, colored, horse stealing, five years; Ben Curtis, cattle stealing, two years; Jesse Minday, col ored, horse stealing, five years: Frank Silkirk, colored, cattle stealing, two years; Walter Jackson, cattle stealing, three years; Sarah Covington, colored. grand larceny, one year. Best Record Held by Dr. Jasper. trap-shoof the Rich mond Gnn Club last Friday, Dr. II. C. Jasper broke all records so far made by the local club, killing 21 out of 23 birds swallowB. Dr. Hobson followed with 19, T. J. Smith, Jr., and R. E Tnrley 15 each, T. T. Covington 13, S. N Mob erley 11, and Henry White C. A feature of Dr. Jasper's shooting was that he killed all but three of his birds at the first shot. Dr. Hobson killed 14 at first shot, flvo at second. Covington and Moberley only used second barrel once. Dr. Jasper has a Parker (run that has been in continuous use for twenty jears. This is his first year at He is especially good with live birds. trap-shootin- OUR CLOTHING all-wo- ol Devokk & Buckley. At the weekly Million Sate. Department is the talk of the ontiro county. We are selling good suits for men at $2.48; Men's good lieayy Cassi- n note inprrt Punta 71 Out linn r,t Children's Knee Pant Suits is very we aro snowing all the complete, new things in favor this season Our Mftn'R Itnv'a hnfl Vnlltlia are piled mountain high on onr counters and every garment is a bargain. You can't ask for anything in the clothing line that we don't handle from tho tn tlio finnuf Oaf nut, nrl..nn before buying elsewhere. We are showing nn Elegant Lino of Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, Rugs, &C in our Carpet Department, These goods are new fall importations, no old carried over goods. Our prices in this department knock out all competition. While in the Carpet Department ask to see our Oilshades and Lace Curtains, we havo a choice selection for this fall season. We havo the best selected line of Ladies' Children's and Men's Underwear that will be shown you this season. Our Ladies' Union Suits at 2no each are worth 50c. Children's Vests heavy winter weight from 10c up. Ladies' Ribbed Vests and Pants 10c. Men's Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests and Points 25c each. We are agents for Tho American Lady Corset. The best feeling and most stylish corset used. Every Cor- Sunday Excursion to Cincinnati. J The most extraordinary feature combining I our great offerings is, that we can and dq I sell our Clothing at less money ELswherc. C Tho season for these excursions is now coming to a close. Take the opportunity while it is before you. Low rate excursion via Queen and Cresent Route Sunday, Oct. 1. Don't fail to go The Queen Cily is at its best in her fall garb. Will Lose Their Voles. t. e Clothing for less How can wo afford to sell such money than elsewhere? Our answer is pure and simple: Ours is a modern store, constructed strictly on progressive plans, our Clothing is sold on the smallest rnnrgiu of profit, dependiug on a large volume uf business. The more Clothing we sell, tho greater our purchasing power, l. the lower our prices, that's the story in a high-gradnut-shel- Voters moving from one precinct to another within sixty days of the election will forfeit the right to vote. As tho election occurs November 7, the voter who moved out of Jhis precinct since September 7, will find himself disfranchised, bo far as the approaching election is concerned. . They Heard Him. Capt. Ferrill crigd the Green Million sale on Sept. 21, as follows: Aged mules $40 to S0; yearling mules averaged $25; mule colts $18 to $35; brood mares $40 to 70. Cattle. 12 long yearlings $2(T; 12 2 year-ol- d $31.60; cows without calves, $24 to $42; 80 fat hogs $3 80 per 100 lbs.; 20 owes $4.C5 per head; 20 ewes $3.55 per head; 300 barrels new corn $1. 50, to be measured; 40 barrels old corn $1.80 per barrel. Farm implements sold at good figuref. Will You Come When Goebel Speaks Here? The Richmond Climax. Messrs. R. Harris Crookc and Will S. Moberley heard Goobel's 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. ll&llatn's brother had been im Registration day next Tuesday. prisoned 2ti ISGSfor stealing iu Louisi Gocbel at Winchester Saturday. ana. Busy Dee ad is a didiouery of low Elder's Great Millinery Opening. 1899. prices. WfcUN'ESnAYOSEPT. 27. Mr. E. V. EJder, proprietor of Elder's Goebel ppeaks at Winchester on cash store, will hold his fall Millinery Dr. Wrtison, Dentist. Saturday. Opening. bn Thursday, Frjday and Satt, Sam Tudor will be a retired capital- urday, of this week. Miss Minnie of Louisville, the accomplished ist when he wins his 90 cent suit. Organize Goobel clubs! Tuesday next, October 3, you must artist, will be in charge. This will bo Organize Ooebel clubs at once! Ulegister if you wish to vote at all dur a grand occasion for the ladies, who are Octobers, will be Registration day. cordially invited to inspect the handing the next twelve months. some display. Nxt Tuesday wilhbe Hegistration l'leaso note you cannot vote withdm. out you Register on Tuesday next, un- Servant Girl Steals a Ring and Gets one Year. - Court House night- - Goo- - less you or sick or out of tho county. bel dub! Sarah Covington, the chocolate do Mr. Goebol speak at Winchester on J. T. lones told to Juke Collins, 20 Saturday next, and in Richmond on mestic who purloined Mrs. C. S. Powell's diamond ring some time ago, In iu r6 at 3J cents. Monday, accompanied by Joe year in the got what she deserved-Hjn- e lintmr for 25 cenjs iu Todd store pen. She told her friends that her jvhuh, opposite court liuu?e. Tho Old Reliable Busy Bee Cash 'lover" gave the ring to her. Let this A Goebel club will lie organized at Store is out in an itemized ad that will item be posted on your kitchen door astonish the public by. the volume of the first timo you miss an article night. Court House KOodsand reasonableness of prices. in this manner. Dinner for atl in the Todd htoro Tho lease of life for Uncle Tom's Street Commissioner, Attention. xoiiui Jjfjct Moiidy. 'Owiy 25 cents. Cabin is phenomenal. It is a play that The attention of tho street commis J. W. mid L. A. Italian! shipped 3 ban been hacked and butchered and sion is called to the fact that he has the i Saturday. uuyod in i is of ctlu to unmercifully, andyet it survives, thanks of the resMonts of West Main Ku!a llunib 'm the contract to because it telis a story which interests .street, from Lancaster avenue to Sixth, !!ui) huufeoal Hydeti, Leslie and stirs up humanity. It can be truly for having had tho gutters neatly said of the Davis Uuucle Tom's Cabin scraped, etc., but unless tho dirt is county. Company that every performer in his specdly hauled away the pretty little When yu hoar Die Court House night, coiuu out or her particular line is an artist. The mounds will soon be scattered whence 'bell liii;; scenic, mechanical; calcium and elec-tiic- thoy came by passing vehicles. It has and lieip organize a Goeliel club. effects are truly wonderful. been our observation all along for years Don't iorgei couit day dinner given Tho Forest Uncle Tom's Cabin Com that our street cleaning is done like a Uu- (he Indies of Catholic church in the pany will appear at the Opera House, careless maid does milking leaving Tudd store loom, opposite court house- - riiursday, September 23. Popular tho pail' where tho cow can kick it over. . Our Creek letter contained puces. Knocked Out by a Campaign Button. and personal" several excellent told Water. Among his mail last "week Mr. John items which wo appropriated for genLarge stock of Window Glass in nil Duncan, this city, found a letter solicieral consumption. sizes. Prices havo creatlv advanced. ting funds to help "Stamp out Goebel-ism.- " At the public mini stile uf the lateT. You buy them tor tho same old price Mr. Duncan threw the letter G. Perkins lust Saturday, prices ranged from Geo. M. "Witlging, 209 West Main aside and his daughter. Miss Stella, from $13 50 to $25.50 an nor.-.- . 235 acres street. Richmond, Ky. mailed the return envelope with a Gov weie sold, all bid in by IihIm, bel button inside. This recalls the his Joe Walts Inside tho Money. $5,000 is llin value In hulk of the John Chenault's trotter, Watts, toric incident when Massasoit, the In fur garmeutH, one of a kind, that will be got third money iu the 2:24 Joe uovernor uradtord class, $800 dian umcitain, sout hIiuwii you at the liiibv lice Cash Store a rattlesnake skin filled with arrows. pureo at Louisville, Monday. Rest Fxu Opening, October Uth ami 10. 2t time 2li. Watts starts today in the The Governor returned the snake skin filled with powder and lead. And that - Kxamiuc tlio records at Frankfort 2:28, $800 purse. closed the incident, as diplomats say, ud you will lind that John Young "aper for Paint Lick. , ani doubtless Mr. Duncan's mail will Ilrowii was pardoned for the crime ol It is reported that our enterprising not bo burdened again with that kind trying to kill an innocent man Blue neighbor, or as Winchester would say of campaign literature. (irass Clipper our "wide awake suburb," will shortly Mme. Hamilton Will Return lo Richmond. The ladies of tho Catholic Church boast of a newspaper. It is to be Mmc. Boulnndcr Hamilton tho ac "will give a court day dinner hi the started by Mr. Harris, of Indiana, with complished modiste, will return to Todd store Toom opposite courthouse. Dr C K. Poyntzas editor and manager, Richmond, September 20, to begin her Rext Monday's dinner will be served It will be printed at a distance. fall and winter trade. Her rooms will 'for the small sum of 25 cents. Goebel Next Monday. House, formerly the be at Our country friends of all parties are Henderson Houso. Her prices will be Kev. R. L. Courtney has purchased a farm in Madison county, about ten invited to be present next Monday moderate, and style, fit and elegance In The Mme. is miles from Richmond, "and with his when Wm. Goebel, Democratic nomi are assured ee for Governor, accompanied by everything pertaining to ladies' and l wifo will remove there the first of Hon. Joe Blackburn, will speak here. misses.' apparel, and that she is an artNicholasvillo Journal. As the court house will not hold the ist has been proven beyond question. If you intend buying huythlng In crowd, if it is a good day the speaking She wishes to thank the ladies of Rich Fur Goods for fall, don't fail to see the will take place from the large stand at rnond and vicinity for their past patronBusy Bee Cash Store Fur Opening. Oc- the court house gate around which 15, age and earnestly solicits a continuance tober 9th and 10th. This display of 000 people can geather in full view of of same, and cordially invites them all fur goods will be the largest ever the speakers. Tell yourneighbore. to meet her at above named place. 27-sept20-2- t shown in Richmond. Sei-berCiui-imiatihe-ixiiial the-Embr- y te er. 2t Mr. Goebel and Joe Blackburn will speak here on next Monday, county court day. Employing the lan- Whatever You do Don't Fall to guage of one more able to express the Attend the Busy Bee Cash thought, "When Goebel comes all we ask ia that the wavering will coma to Store Fnr Opening hear Jhira. If they do not go away Oct. 9 and 10. singing his praises and advocating his election it will be our treat. No man The representative of oue of tho larg with a drop of Democratic blood in him can hear him and not havo it put into est Fur manufactures, of Detroit, Mich circulation and himself into enthu- igan, will be in Richmond, October 0th and 10th, for the purpose of giving n siasm." Fur Opening at the Busy Dee Cash A Rubber Tire Factory Here. Store. There will bo representative in Mr. S. L. Midkiff has installed the this line, all the latest things in collar first and only plant in the county for ettes, capes, wraps, jackets ana every the construction and repair of rubber thing else that Is in favor this season tires for vehicles, and is turning out and made out of fur. factory work at less than factory prices. The ladies of Madison and adjoining We examined his work and found it counties will miss a rare treat if they equal to any iu service. He will be fail to see this maguificient For Displeased to exhibit his own factory work play, as all the High-Clas- s fine novel-itie- s and quote prices. He puts rubber tires will be shown as well ns all the on old wheels and the life of the medium priced and cheaper grades., vehicle is prolonged so that twice their Don't forget the dato of this Grand cost' is saved, not to mention the com- Fur Opening, October 0th and 10th, at fort derived. the Busy Bee Cash Store. A BOOTS AND SHOES. The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes 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 line. We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes, Ladies' Fine Shoes. Ladies' Work Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, Men's and Boy's Boots and everything to be shoo store, and found In a prices we are naming on them are moving them out in Bags, Carts and Wagons. Doa't wait to get your shoes, come now. We are agents for the "Regina" Shoe, it is made on all the new style lasts and it is the best $3 00 shoe for ladies in the market. Ask to see a pair of our Retina Shoes. first-class set warranted. CLOAKS AND WRAPS. Wo have ono entire room in our great store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap All the Eastern and .Department. Get our prices on Trunks, Vnlisos, Hats and Caps, Umbrellas, Ladies' Underskirts, Ladieb' Dress Skirts, &c, we will save you money and show you the best line in the city. rpfllg "We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain Mart. The best the market both east and west affords to be had here at prices within the reach of everj'one. Bring your wagons as you will buy so many goods when jTou leave the low prices we are naming that 3Tour buggy wont hold them. OLDHAM -- COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Teacher in Trouble. Miss AdJie Clark, teacher at Valley View, recently thrashed two, children of Daniel Perl-inand Mrs. Perkins gpt mad, armed herself with a butcher knife,and went to the school house to get even. Miss Clark came to town and asked that her assailant bo placed under bond to keep the peace. Mrs. Perkins sought to even up matters by charging the teacher with cruel and inhuman treatment of her children. At the trial yesterday Mrs. Perkins was put under a $100 bond to keep the peace, while. Miss Clark's case was dismissed by Judge Turpln. Lawyer Sam Tudor made a superb defense of Ills falrclieut and was warmly congratulated on the outcome. s Special Rates via Queen & Crescent Route. KENTUCKY TKOTTINO HOBSE BBEED- ERS ASSOCIATION. LEXINGTON", KY., OCT. 3, TO 14. One fare for the round trip, all sta tions in Kentucky, good to return October 17th. , LOUISVILLE TKOTTINO RACES, LOUIS VILLE, KY., SEPT. 25 TO 30. Doa'i Say We Didn't Warn You! All town voters who expect to vote Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The great success of Chamberlain's A Word to Mother. A EASE AND DISEASE A Jay From Jaysvllle. Active preparatiens are boing made by Himebauch & Iteisn for the opening of the season, which is to take place in this city Tuesday, October 3. The play to be presented is an amusing nural comedy, ''A Jay from Jaysvllle." A large company of 35 people have been engaged for the production and the) will all arrive here during the present week. Mr. J. W. Glllingwater, who has been identified with a number of prominent attractions, has been en gagca as ousiness manager, lie ar rived here from Now York a week ago and is assisting Mr. Reiss in booking the tour of tho new play, which will include all the principal cities of the South. Mr. Glllingwater will leave to night in advance of the company and will be accompanied by A. F. Bybr e, who will act as assistant agent. The magnificent private Pullman car in which the company will travrl has boon standing on the "mill track" during the past ten days'and has been the center of attraction for sight-seer- s dally. The genial managers, Mr. R, Himebnugh and Mr. Nat Reiss have scores of friends in this city who, with the wish them unbounded success. Attention, One fare for the round trip, from all in the November election must register. stations in Kentucky, final limit Octo The regular day is Tuesday, Oct. 3d. A supplementary day for those who are ber 2d. sickness .or other good ADMIRAL DEWEY'S KEGEPTIONS.NEW prevented by reasons from registering on the M is YORK, SEPT. 29 30, WASHINGTON, provided on the 17th. Still another D. C, OCT. chance is given, hen legal voters unOne and one third fare for the round able to register on tho days mentioned, trip from all stations. Final limit on may register with the County Cleric on to IJew York City, October 4, and to the Mondav. Tuesday and Wednesday Washington, October G. preceding the November election, which STREET FAIR, FBANKFORTOCT. will-hMonday, Tuesday and Wednes One fare for the round trip via day, Oct. 30. 31. Nov. 1. Voters cannot Georgetown, from all stations in Ken register on the Monday immediately tucky, tickets good returning to in preceding the election. 2-3-- in the treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over the greater part of the civilized world. For sale by seiG-l!- n Perry & Thomas. Don't forget that man's chief end is the one witli the head on. Eat and be Merry - you cannot If you have Dyspepsia. Digestos Tablets will cure you. 25c a box at all druggists. Tho of the air" devour none of the "wild oats" which young men sow. Henry Koelilcr & Company, car-load- elude the 7tlu STREET FAIR AND CARNIVAL, KNOI- VILL"E, TENN,, OCT. 11-1- 3. One fare for the round trip, all sta tions, good until October 20, to return. NATIONAL CHURCHES, CONVENTION CIIRITIAN 13-2- 0. CINCINNATI, O , OCT. One fare for the round trio from all stations, with final limit October 21. Invited s of Choice Walwant several nut Logs.' Will pay highest cash price. They also buy Poplar and Hardwood Home Mission Society Medina Here. Lumber in mixed cars. Write them at apr5-6iOn Tbhrsday afternoon, September Louisville, Ky. 2lst, the Woman's Home Mission Sobuys sugar from The housekeeper who ciety, of the Danville District, met In the average grocer has plenty of grit. annual session in the M. E. church in you You may bridle The address of the evening by can not bribe the the appetlte.butwork liver to do its inthe pastor. Rev. H. G. Turner, was well. You must bo honest with it, teresting, inspiring and to the point. help it along a little now and then On Friday morning tlio society met witli a doso of Ilerbiue, the best liver this-cit- to Chicago For Revenue Only Democrats! be Organized Democratic Chib ft- inRichmsnd. 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 tho fact that the laying of of her new govern the corner-ston- e ment building Is to be made tho occa sion of a mammoth celebration, as though that event is worthy of such grand doings in these days of profligate expenditures of the people's money. Among those who have been invited from Kentucky is Dr. J. M. Poyntz, of this city, Maior General of the Ky. Di vision Confederate Veterans Associa tion, who will doubtless attend, 'i'he The Turkey Crop. The annual election of officers and Just at this time the turkey crop is directors of the Patio A Clay Infirmary beginning to attract attention, as it is Association will be held at the infirm nearing maturity and will soon begin arv on Tuesday, October 3, at 2:30. to- move toward the markets. The All members of tho association are high prices for turkeys last year was urged to be present. a great stimulus to their production, Mrs. M. A. Lynn. President. and the broods last spring were larger and moro numerous than for many Four hundred choice, pure bred years before. Then the season ha3 Plymouth Rocic cockerels and pullets exceptionally favorable, reducing. A MMi-- Hers Returns. Lieutenant John Gibson and wife ar rived on Monday from Manilla via San Francisco, and are tho guests ot Lieut. Gibson's parents, Mr. and MrsJStephcn Gibson, who reside on the. Richmond and Lexington pike boyond the Ken tucky river at Clay's Ferry. Lieut. Gibson was navigator on the Boston, ono of Dewey's fleet, was born in Clay county, and is a first cousin of Mt John 11. Gibson, of this city. It Is highly probable that Lieut. Gibson will be present in New York tomorrow to greet his great commander when he lands. Lieut, Gibson has been in ihe navy about twenty years and baa not been homo for three years. During the fight in Manilla Ray, in which he par ticipated, his wife was at Hong Kong anxiously aWaitimr news cf the con flict that eventuated in the ftraudwk vlutory ef tnt On U. . for sale at 50 cents each or $5 perulozoti been account of diseases common They will cost you SI each after Dec, the loss on to young turkeys through tvot seasons, 1. ii'S, 15 for GO cents. It is estimated that to the minimum. Mrs. H. II. Colyer, 30 the crop in this section is Richmond, Ky. sept20-t- f per cent. larger than the trop of last Parties from Mudison county in year, while the leportsfrom Uib west form me that the political disaffection and northwest indicate even a larger Tho stock is no mora than usual in that county increase In those sections ami that It is growing less. The frost everywhere is reported unusually fine. will kill most of the crop, for, although bnt owing to the increased supply they claim Hrown, their conduct is with the - demand about tho same. sombwhat lower more in keeping with green. Lancas prices nro' apt ier tor, Stuuford Journal, thli ywtr UiRiiiMt. t -. tb-ral- The unusual activity displayed by invitation reads: "Greeting: the Republicans in this county be"The people of Chicago tho hotels, hooves tho Democrats to be up and do ing. In order to solidify the rauksof merchants etc. Editor Cliuaz. re Democracy and awaken its members to quest the honor of your presence io as a full &ense of duty to the party, the. gist the President in the ceremonies of organization of a Democratic, club iu laying the corner stone of the U. S every precinct in the conntv baa been Government Building in that city, otr suggested. In order to take the Initia Monday Oct. 9, 1890.' Signed. tive, the following gentlemen have ea "John P. Tanner, Governor. dorsed a call for a mass meeting of the "Carter H. Harrison, Mayor. Democrats tomorrow, Thursday, at 7:30 "Chas. U. Gordon, Ch. Gen. Com. p , m. at the court house to organize a "Win P. Williams, Sec. Gen. Com, Democratic club for tiie city of Rich "Pete L Grosscup, Ch. Inv. Cobb. mond: uThos. C MacMillan, See. In Com." R. Harris Crooke, Every man honored with an invita John B. Cbcnault, tion except, possibly, the President of B. McOreary, Jas. the United States, will bo expected to Judge Wm. Chenault, get thero the best way he can. take care W. B. Smith, fo himself, and get away alive if he can, J. Tevib Cobb, r Incidentally he is expected to spend all Judge John U.jChenault,,. hla'ough" with the aforesaid mer T.T.Covington, chants, hackdrlvers, etc., else he will Oldhalri. W. D. These' citizens and many others will not be invited to come back in 1003 lend their assistance in organizing aim when the formal opening of the build liar clnbs out in tho county it any ing Is celebrated, with President Wm Bryan as chief attraction, time they are called upon. It is only Jonnings skin a gnat necessary to announce the meeting for Those Chicago folks ! for tu hide and tallow. tomorrow night here lit order to draw Tin" Ull ot tl khtktib b thither th bona lUtd'Mtww " wc-ak- In business session at 9 o'clock. Owing to the sudden illness of the District Secretary, Mrs. H. B. Hogg, Mrs. P. II. Hoffman, cf Covington, opened tue devotional exercises and took charge of the meeting, Mrs. Will Langford, nee Harber, de livered very creditably to hersolf and the society.the welcome address, and Mrs Hdffman, always equal to any emergency, as tho duty had not been previously assigned her, mado an elo quent response. Reports ot tho aux iliaries followed. Mrs. Gray, ot read a strong, earnest paper on the needs of the work. Mrs. Langforu Homes," emread the report of phasizing the value of the paper and Its need of increased circulation. Kev. Turner spoke ably oh the educational part of the work au- - its importance in thesuccess.of any etrprise, payings well deservcdHflbiite to our London school. After devotion! exercises, conducted bv Mrs. C. S PowelL the remainder of the afternoon was given to discussions the different departments of tbe work Mrs. James Bennett speaking particularly of the great work being ac complished by onr suasion schools and city mission work and Mrs. Gray of the department of supph. After a comprehensive review of tli work by Mrs. Unffmnn the mcetiiwr closed. It was with creat relutanc tlist Mrs. Lang- publishing her ford consented to address of welcome (on outside ot this issue) but It was do beautifally composed and sweetly delivered, that it will repay all who red it and give a work or better Idea of the tho pociety. Uan-ville, regulator. Prico 50 cents. Porry & septO-lThomas. 1 of the judge who Herod is tlio name sits in the police court at Chauute.an. 'An Empty nourish and sustain the lhysical system. For strength of nerves and muscles there must bo pure. rich, vigorous blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the stand ard preparation for the blood and its uiauv remarKame cores anu uie laci tliat'it does'overy body good who takes ifprove It is just what you heed if you aro weak and languid. Hood's Pills do not gripe. gists. 25 cents. Neither Ssck Cannot Stand Upright." can poor. weak, thin blood All drug- - In life, ns In the' shops, wo don't al ways get tho tovs which we pick oOt The sun has stopped scorching, but cyclist are keeping the good work up. The Ladles'. The pleasant effect and perfect safely with which Indies may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, makes tt their favorite remedy. To cet tho true and genuine artielo, look- for tho name of the California Fig Syrnp Co. printed near the bottom of the package, sale by all druggists. r Short Lesson on the Meaning ofa ' Familiar Word. Disease is the opposite of ease. Webster defines diseaso ns "lack of ease, uneasiness, trouble, vexation, disquiet." ft is a condition due to somo derangement of the physical organism. A vst majority of tho "dis-ease-" from which people sutler is duo to impure blood. Disease of this kind is cred by Hood's Sargnpanlla which purifies, enriches sepG-land vitalizes the blood. Hood's Sarcures "Hello!" exclaimed the fish. "Here saparilla and allscrofula, salt rheum, pimples eruptions. It tones to stay? "No," replied the worm; "I tho stomach and creates a good nppo-titand it gives vigor and vitality to just dropped in for a bite." the whole body. It reverses the conI'UUK OF DIAMUIOEA A WON'UHIIFUh dition of things, glying health, comfort and "oaso" in place of 'disease" lm A Prominent Virginia Editor Had AlThe number of Buddhists in- - the most Given lip, But Was Brought world is computed to bo 455,000,000. liaek to Perfect Health by ChamTabler's Buckeye Pile Oiutmont reberlain's t'olic Cholera And lieves the intense itching. It soothes, Diarrhoea Remedy. heals and cures chronic cases whero surgeons fail. It is no experiment; its HIS EDITORIAL. HEAD sales increase through its cures. Every bottle guaranteed.' Price. 60cts. in bot imistille, Vo. Times. ties, tubes 75c Perry & Thomas, lm I suffered with dinrrhoeo for a long time and thought I was past being Man sluuldors at tho first autumnal cured I had spent much time and blast if it reminds him of tho sealkin money and sullered so much misery that 1 had nlmost decided to give up cloak ho promised his wifo last winter. all hopes of recovery and await the result, but noticing the advertisement of aud Kczcma. letter, Jolic, Unolera and Chamberlain's Tho intense itching and smarting inciDiarrhoea Remedy and also some tes- dent to theso diseases is Instantly allayed timonials stating how some wonderful by applying Chamberlain's Eye and cures had beon wrought by this remedy, Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases I decided to try it. After taking a few have been permanently cured by it. It doses I was entirely well of thnt i3 equally efficient for itching piles and trouble, and I wish to say further to a favorite remedy for sore nipples; my readers and that I chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box, . am a hale and hearty man y feel as well as 1 over did in my me O. R. Mohk. Sold by Perry & Thomas. Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders, aro eepo-ljust what a horso needs when in bad condition. Tonio, blood purifier arid A wrong is not right because it is gray vermifuge They are not food but headed, nor cleau becauso it has been medicine and tho best in jiso to put a horse In prime condition. baptised. Price 25 sents per package. White's Cream Vermifuge is perfect- . ly harmless, and "will remove e The natural, not the artificial, actions also a tonic, It is properties willand by its of a man reveal his character. strengthening restore to s As an external liniment of most won the rosy, hue derful penetrative and cnratlve ower, Pricet25cts! "7 . ' - , r '" seplG-lm Uallard's Unow Liniment is not equaled By" nccoptlngourdlisappointmentwe by anv other iu tho world. Pi ice 25 Hcptu-lencourage poople to think we deserved and 50ct8. them. Chaperones are frequently stowed e, Sult-Kheum fellow-sutlorers to-davery-wormpale-cbeekm Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not hesitate to administer Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It contains no opinio nor narcotic in any form and may be given as confidently to the babe as to' an adult. The great succew that has attended its use in the treatment of colds and 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 & Thomas. or complish useless thfligs. Tha most delicate constitution can safely usq Consaen's" Ilppey of Tar. It is a sunj and pleasant remedy for coughs, Wis of voice, and all. throat.and lung troubles. Prico 25 and 50 cents. c seplC-lPerry & Ubomaa. anyone, when he can't think Almost of anything else to do, cats something. 'A word to tho wise is sufficient." "Wisa people keep their btood'puro with Hood's Sarsaparilla and make sure of lieaun. Men are menj the best sometimes forst.-Siiakespea- Some men work hardest trying to ac- eacrtd Homdaoha ttocb; Hood'm Pitt BtHousneM, owr tion nd all ro. aw constipa- Ills are cure A disused liver declares itself by morose Bess, mental depression, lack of Tsiiorify, Mtlsue) melancholy aud Tttm conMjwtn. Heroine will rant ore tt Uvbfjto tHMdthy ttMdhtoo. Prlw Mil by Ea.4 llool Our Frw. Eating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers. Cancer of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck, Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are jilt curable by B. 11. B. (Botanic Blood Balm, wbicb is made especially to cure nil terrible Blood Diseases. Persistent Sores. Blood and Skin Blem ishes, Sciofula, that resist other treatments, aro qnicklv cu td by U.-Blood Balfn.) kiu Eruptions. 1'irrrplcs, Red, Itcbing'Eczuma, Scales, lllisters, Red or Brown Patches, Blotches, Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc., are all due to bad blood, aud hence easily cured by B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven from the svstem bv B. ItnB (Botank Blood Balm), in one to live months. Ji. U. is. doos not contain vegetable or mineral poison. One bot tie will teat it ia ny case. For sale b druegiets everywhere. Large bottles, SI, six for'18. Sewd for a free sample bottle, whiett Will Nj,Mnt by return mail. WfcjSH yo. writ, describe symp- - fury drttuMwt. Mft$;a away in a nod corner at social events. Beauty is born in the blood Bounty is moro than ''skiu deep," it Is bloqjl deep. When the blood is tainted by disease the flesh will feel it and tlio skin will show it. Sailor or muddy complexion, pimples, blotches, and eruptions aro only the surface signs of. impure blood. Face washes, lotions, complexion powdeis, may palliate the evils but they cannot euro the disease. The only cure is to cloansc the blond of tho poisonous matter which is tho cauo of the outbrako in the flesh andekin. Impure blood Can be absolutely purified by the uso of Dr. Pfercu's Golden Med:-cDiscover)'. If? eiTect on ileh and skin is marked. Soros, heal and disappear. The skin becomes Smooth, and regains its natural color. The eyes brighten and sparkle, tho whole body In radiant with tho brightness' and beauty ol health. "GoldcivfMedical,. Discovery'- contains no alcohol, Whisky or other intoxicant, and la absolutely free toMriRii,porici ires MMHHM AUVlCO from tiiiinm, cocaine and ot her naieotiiv. wiMbeylTfli. A44nm Iim1 HkIhi kh jTh tieoof Dr. PtercV Pellets, siut UhtTwitton of tin "DfecsvtryV'by chunc al attiMHavi.mtwwi V. ' -u'Mi" 'j..TaaQitMittsr,i iia i)ia,i iaiii u..n R..i. Timo TjIjIo T I. lny, &B."R.t S3 BEAUTIFUL ADDRESS OF WELCOME HOME MISSION DELEGATES. TO Taking Effect Sun 1899. 2d Class. No. 8 UUKD. No", I No. S ISx Sun K Sun J mm 11, lil Class. i K M. The Home Mission Society of the Danville District met here Irist week. It was one pleaburo to attend the opening sosisioii and hear the nddrcsa of Lang ford, nee MIns Annie Belle Harber, of this county, fc'hesiiiil: to 5reIconie to our It is my community iho reprerfeutntives of n band uf workers wlione itsofulnets in God's kingdom is second to nono. Our field of labor has broadened he- foro us without miy effort nfour own. Niw jiossefsiniis urn mire to ovaiiKellze and foriejiLiTtt at our very whom it is our privilege and duty to work. There ii n universal recognition of tho band of Providence in the late war. God has made it so plain that He is di recting ns to that glorious mission which lies before us, that we dare not be idle. Theroisa grave responsibility that goes hand in baud with opportunity. God grave ns tho oppojtunity, what must Be expect of us? The work is ... . ... r messing ji going on.- - We will miss n ii we do not have a part in it. We welcome you, knowing your con secrated lives and euthusiasm in the cause will inspire ns togreatcrachieve- welcome Versailles Nicliolmvillc Valley View Miili-- II 11 0 Ex Sun P.M. A.M. 5 VI delivered by JNfru. Will 01 M 13 11 2rt 11 41 Kichiiimul. 7 35 8 CO 8 13 8 33 5 6 7 8 9 15 30 55 30 00 00 05 25 40 plt-as- Union Ifoljcrloy. llrjusKal.i l'an.iU P. M. It 11 IS U 30 12 S3 I 03 10 10 10 Initio l'l ' 11 Z5 . ;.x Bun A. M. No. 2 lSx Sun Ux Sunl No. 4 No. S UxSuii A. M. II 55 05 1 20 1 IS 1 No. 10 tioor-sanion- P. M. 1 45 2 111 2 IS 2 2 J2 2 15 3 15 3 34 3K 4 15 P. M. Irvine Union Hraint-lMi'tKrU-- Ki.li'ilollil. Million Valley View VenMille 6M 6) M 6 68 7W A. M. 2 15 3 05 3 45 4 30 6 10 ' Acts gently on the dneys, Liver YSTEM I I M. P. M. r. M. AND BSWELS CUANSES THE , All trains ounnect with Loulsrille Sontlicrn train to and from Loi.Uville. All train connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains to aud from Cincinnati. J W. HOOK. Train Dispatcher. V. 11. ADAMS, Snuefiutcuduut. c'W l II CV UHLLI, 1 Ect s ... - 55 -- o mFRCOMF?; irrT7 PERMANENTLY ills of women overshadow their whole lives. Some women are constantly getting medical treatment and are never well "A woman best understands womenVills," and the women who consult Mrs. Pinkham find ini her counsel practical assistance. Mrs. Einkham's address is- Lynn, Hass. Mrs"5 Mabel Good, Correctionville, Ia.,teils" how Mrs. Pinkham saved iTsrlife. She says: "I cannot thank you enough for I what your medicine has done forme. I can recommend it as one of the best medicines on earth for all women's ills. I suffered for two years with female weakness and at last became bedfast Three of our best doctors did me' no good so I concluded to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. After taking & few bottles of your medicine, I was- able to do all my housework. I know that your medicine raised me from a bed of sickness and perhaps death, and am I very thankful for what it has done for me. I hopo that every suffering, woman may be per- aB2aaTatafl V .4 ' suaded to try your medicine." Get Mrs. Pinkham's advice as soon as you begin to be puzzled. The sick headaches and dragging sensation come from a curable cause. "Write help as soon as they ap. . , jpear. KEW ZOXtZFa&JXIQHS. ByIcopai.'d chain, a lady may carry her umbreJhV or parasol .attached to her beltwEuo. n it is not hi, usei The only th ing distinctlynew .In the Hats ami s'owna. present rrather a o'l ap,1 THE . X '''1lllllllin.llSMMlll'l.MUM41HIIHMIII - i PRACTICAL HELP FOR SUFFERING WOMEN PLEASE liilctf of wrap is theifur or melton. earanco. sameness Notwithstanding all hints to the con trary, ,the iancy vaist ls;not going tp leave us. TJi.e no west specimens made up by Lord .& 'Xaylpriuro of satin or soft, .silk. brown, pilot cloth Gray, blKck-'aucoats, made very Bbvort, aro fashionable ' for morning wear. Tho brims of rooetr new hats aro bril liantly lined, every fait niodil scon be blue,, damsons iug faced with roy-a- l golden bro?wii or green corruga'ted'witl satin-fini8he, : ' ATH m" I Others who haver rrot enlisted vJI be come interested throniriv the unfolding ICIAl of your plans and by pro! ol what hi s MANTO 6y BUT THE GENUINE already been accomplinfmt. sp 5 It is the duly of every one to join tho (3lif?RN!A organization because more- ellectlve 3 2 work can bo done through a eyeteai of rOftMUWAllCTOSGlSTi TOtt 10c rtSWmt. H christian union. Jan5-l- y "We welcome you because wo lore to 35 dispense hospitality to every organiza County Court Days. a. tion, under whatever name, whose mis G B22nBS X Taris, Bourbon county, first Monday. sion is the cause of Christ and tho sav O Richmond, Madison county, first Mon ing of souls. oooooooo 5 If there are summer slopes in glory eccsssse day. B33B3333 peaks swept by purer breezes county, second high-tone- d Lexington, Fayette than heaven's lowland Zephyrs, the Monday. soul that helped some seeker into the Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monkingdom, we fancy, will mount tosome day. such favored spot after its coronation. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon"Therefore, my beloved, be ye stead day. fast, unmovable, always abounding in Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. the work of the Lord, for as much as wc OtOD 9Kicholasville, Jessamino county, third ye know that your labor is not iu vain Monday. in the Lord." E3H2HH52 Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. LITERARY NOTES Versailles, woodford county, fourth ssss Monday. SSS5 "MB. DOOLEY" CREATES A Gill I.. The author of the famous ' Mr. Doo- oeeeoceeoe9ae.ooo3eoe8eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e loy," Finley P. Dunne, has joined the 0 t ..MMMMMIIXH 0A MOMMMII literary of the Ladies' Homo Journal, aa !!!!r e9 and will create this tall in that maga.. 6 mi!?:' OO zine a new character, called "Molly )( 3 Donahue: who lives across the street QO. Q e from Mr. Dooley." Her creator says 09 that Molly is n bright, pretty girl of oa c nn Q ea nineteen, who has ambition for the Oot. jta am t. m ttSk. H 4 R. a great world of woman's clubs. Brown a oe ing societies, golf clubs, woman's rights literaa and the "high-tone- d ee organizations, life" which thrives on oa ry- and social oa "the elite bide of Chicago." Her oa OOti. oa mother and brother sympathize with oa oa her, but her father, who works in the DON'T FORGET oa oa mill, is hard to deal with in that he oa table in 4)Ot. oa will insist -on sitting at stocking-feet- . his oa shirtsleeves- and in his oa "Mr. Dooley" is tho family's most intioa C5- Moa mate friend tind is called upon frequent-- oa oa ly to ruu across and set matters () s3 : s so O 3 ments. Sr' ;s 7 I I IHt! 5sr5-555rr- pG $YRVP(. - V Pinkham I was troubled with sick headache and was so weak and nervous. 1 I II could hardly go. A . friend called upon me ono evening and recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, sayingthatsheknewthatitwoulicureme. Ithen sent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it, I was entirely cured. I cannot praise it enough." ITsHSR Dole BCampbellsburg, JncL writes: Dear Mrs. Mrs. Stanley,-'"1 . ' , the tiniest of. tucks. Notwithstanding thei pproach of rail; frozen desserts Hre juric as well liked as mmm-.rrever, and the "Ohio" tn ezer sens as readily as when suraniei was young. To any lady enclosing mo throe cents SEND ONE, liiaiJl o in stamp, will send liooks explaining .uiTKiuiJLi a.zt'1 wc 3 end uiying- somo very its mechanism, and yoa by froiht, irxuKirr Piin. 0..l., daintv desserts. 'My addro's is 516 examiiitlork tbf iJ Jiect t ifcBrattej ' Cr Bejl li.'e Itirt West 143d street. lto fr.i&n.nt-- pifrit sate at Somo sleeves are indiicrLminately dHrerir. Cnai yar frrHlat dpa unit it trimmed in such' a way as to'jnar the lo ml lTfr( J t v Md rtjl la grace of llie Jinn'a outline- rtUtl ftT.0. ' Hunnilv. the 'seasoiite- - wraps lia've vrt war rt nm 59. been 'designed to' shit overy phaso of OlTerl'rIcr, tent 9a, lfsi tho II.00 wit a order. wotuanly conformation. . .,, k prtpr fMslik pUt Ut r light streamers may bo effectively iEokv Itaitilt.ta THIS HA3SCMt,fiSAiTST8ltla mulr.nt. traotd.let. applied to a woolon suit. tcrtidana polisunL la nrj UUtt stjrla from lim tUjil ta, ski kasarkk. A really pretty cllling wrap is far too Ill.aCI... Onl l.xtV.l, MUr. (fimlm la III latkn kW. Hrklr ' , VC, - a,., -em wmvmnmmmmmmmmmmmnmKmmMmwtnjm 3 ' lMmitmmwm.m.im I , WSmk rVt5fVA.UA.5A.rfA.A wiw Q ml . jmmmmmB, . tm mmj t.-- gay for the promenade those days. Xt l.thniriia.lkaf-- - Evelyn Cakle. ,Addre. nrlu.fara,rlerMat irralilr.aad.liU' SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO., CHICAGO. iSS 4 nervousness ami worn out feeling; cleanse aud regulate the entire system. Small, pleasant, never gripe or sicken "fambus little pils." Poiy A DeWitt's Little EurlyRisors permanently cure chronic constipation, Our Goods Our prices Compel you to trade Avith us when yon give us a trial. .3 III - - 1. . .rMV.SV slli1.'h V o Recently issued statistics of sheep in the United States place the number at 30,005,407 an increaise of 1,233,513 oyer the year 1898. Twenty states show a falling off in numbers, the five heaviest losers being California, 408.602 ;Oregon, 178,545; Texas, 18G.418, Kentucky, 72,- A MIXED RELATIONSHIP. Thomas. 272; Tennessee, 45,016. Twenty-eigh- t i- CO states and territories show au increase, the five leading grainers being "Wyoming, 420,805; Ohio, 305,451; Utah, 206.- 427; New Mexico, 117,305. 202,228; Montana, . !!!!!!!!! s... THIS WEEK'S Bismarck's Iron Nerve Was the result oi his splonded health. Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels aro out of order, If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They develop every power of brain aud body. Only 25c at C Perry & Thomas, drug store. Thomas Jefferson said there could be but two dominant political parties in this country at a time, and history has proved that ho was right. The present campaign is a fight for supremacy between the Democratic and Republican parties. ' Whatever may be the objects, motives 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. Winchester Sun. Over the line in Ohio county a man named Miller married a widow who had a grown up daughter. His fathor fell in love with' tho stop daughter. xne lamer- necame me son's and the becamo his mother. Recently the son's wife had a child. The child was Miller's father's brother-in-laand Miller's ownuncle, for he was a brother of his er. .Miller's father's wife las stepmotheralso had a son who was of course. Miller's brother and incidentally Millor's grandchild for ho was the son of Miller's daughter. Thus Miller's own wife was his mother's mother and Miller became his wife's grandchild at the samo time. And then, to top tho whole thing off. as the husband of his grandmother he was his own grand father. The Pathfinder. son-in-iastep-danghtw step-daught lhe l'ostojllce Department lias ordered a weighing of all mail matter sent through tho postoffices of tho Uni ted States, beginning October 3rd, midnight, and continuing thirty-fiv-e days. BRIGHT BOYS STARTED IN BUSINESS. 0' jaf There's always hope while there's One Minute Cough Cure. "An attack of pneumonia left my lungs in bad shape and I was near the first stages of cou- enmnlntntv enrprt inn." wrltoa TTnlon McHenrv, BismakN. D.'- - Gives instant r el let. i'erry.dc Tlioraas. f. SPECIAL RATES VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY. IT Tho publishers of the famous big illustrated weekly newspaper, Pennsylvania Grit, aro now placing representatives at every post office in Kontncky and they deslro to secure the services of capable hustling agents in each of the following towns of Madison county: Richmond, Bcrea, Waco. Kirksville Panola, Silver Creek and Valley View, and in such other towns as are not already supplied. The work is profitable encTpleasaut. A portion of Saturday only is required. Over 5,000 agents are doing splondldly. No money whatever is required. Everything is furnished free. Stationery, rubber stamp, ink and pad, adverising matter, sample copies, etc. Papers aro shippedtobe paid for at tho end of each month. Those not 'sold are not charged for. Write to Grit Publishing Company, Williamsport, Ta., and mention Tim. sptl3-3t- . Richmond Climax. s $$m Tho ladies cannot be decei ed "by cately phrases nor bombastic claims. All we have to say is, we buy . Hot Blast Peninsular. Double Heater with Tea Kettle Attachment. - - in . the best markets of .the world, select the la- test goods, and when you up-to-da- buy you know you have the latest, te Reduce rices Tho Southern Railway announces In her apologies to her husband,,a rates to Louisville during September woman laj-- the blame of her fault cm and Octobor, as follows : eitbor her aflections or her nerves. TROTTING- goods.- - Is that what want? If so, trade with (- eo O0 8 iGJi.9ic-- C09. o t c OS" c-- Styles in Lawns, Dimities, Wash Crcpons, Piques, Ginfflmms, and Percales. xH going at SLAUGII-- $ TER PRICES e C oa oa straight. oa IAN MAOIxAIlEN ON THE CIIUHOH. oa oa It has been known for some timo that oa oa Ian Maclnreu has been critically study08 Oft ing modern church methods, and the oa results are new to be made public in oa oe the Ladiis' Home Journal. His first 09 Sysoa arliele Is called "The Candy-Puoa tem in tho church," and in this he oe oo frankly states what many have felt but u oa have scarcely ventured to publicly as oe sert with regard to social tendencies of oa oa the church. The great English author oa oa will then handle "The Mutineer in the oa oa church," and after that answer the oa somewhat startling question, "Should oa oa the Old Minister he Shot?" as ll ().. os 0" !. OOkt. (. Oe. Om e- ' (77r PRICES OJSr ALL OA' Oca ....SUMMER UNDERWEAR. -- Women's Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price $1.50, can be purchased in the next Ten Days for $1.00 All others reduced , (' Qe. Oa 10.. OSat. oa oe oa oa a oa oa oa oa oa oa oa oa ce oe oe oe oa oe oe oe oe oe o o o QOtfM o. Caa.. Oe ($ ODi O0. o.bo.. Cla- .oe All sizes, good quality, at Cost. And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Wholesale Prices. -. 6- Qaai. oo. Oa eja.. n.CO. o ..oe - OOaa. -- ac o oo eo.. oo ot oe oe os oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oe oa oe OS o. OS. OO. OO -- a Oa.. oe oe oe oe O.. Oa. ac tse. oo. e o.. (? Take advantage of this Reduction Sale. Come to when you want to save money. Respectfully, Mc-Kee- 's ..oe "oe . --- Great forces are working for the Jew. Drefus the martyi, Herzl the patriot, and Zangwill tho author represent these in three of their phases. Zangwill has never spoken so courageously as in his oaper called "Zionism in tne October "Now Lippincott." It represents his convictions 'and his nature: depth of of feelingj garbed in the parti-colo- r pantomime. has had no truer laureate than old Gilbert White of Selborne. The book ho made for himself has become a precious inheritance of ids race. Little is known of Selborne because it is out of the paths of English travel. Hence tho loving, anecdotic paper by Mrs. John Lane (of the Booley Head) in r people, Tho tha New by E. H. New ehow tho town as the old hook pictures it. Bculah Marie' Biz is a name that stands for the swaggering aud dare-devvein in romance. Those who have read "Hugh Gwyeth" and who has not? will need no invitation to securo "The Journey's End" in the "Now Lippincott" for October. That "Ignota," who writes ot "Scottish Sport and Autumn Iiolise Parties" in the October "New Lippincott, "finds it wise to conceal beridentity.is ground for believing that her relations of the doings of high English society would injure her position, which, it is whisp ered, is of the inner ring. out-dooil eJ f; ft rss os.. Oo oo Re .oe .oe oe oe oe oe oe oe Oe.. OO. Oft. iYlKEE. it! ! ! ' oV . nmrrt fiand prftT uiurrtrr. fvptlr t . rrtnl. . yco.tM. TIIK, Tlt t.ath! MUr. rti .4 .:ixueir BiLcjii toc itek uuku ok, fi ',"WTT,0ur Spocial Offar Price SIS ";n ) u)"mni aurt ilw w.ll afr: 75 eutt lor t CiVc IT THREE T.7IAI. 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KEt; QUARTER SAWED ?x lit v. r.0UD .tiUKtrnUoti ihowft riiiOruUMtU-, ' K, in.:,,- till ami hewl la place for lowlnc, 4 fiatr Jwri wine, fraaia, tMrrcil, jianeled. tmboiacd an i oniKi. pnci iiM'xci unnvr fulla rests on cos . i ltlT r.,ar motinu iiatsrurra ffShattl. tostl. tulliln Iiu4k unnit.u.fetl, eif thruuIlnsTib: liorawr. liarcT.lL)MwtiiLauJiiflbletr..sscr foot, lanirOTed shuttl ' 2 is nSAQSOBMly uQOorftteu i.tmiiironicwir, ivirti urrn KTuni. TTVTTUTT-r-k aaj ami ...tm-Vifall , TTTtTTI'T . rr"D CU A Ft A N T ZED ! IHj'all riHul. Hi nb(i ..irtJt laWaackl.a ,s Bni' of'Mr n or any Ktndcs Iauct wont. rvu.I'nLl,"'Hln Ira.rrw UttM nl ni f rnm ilirhl i rt pn. with (nil VriTth urf . t. ni&clutne OAK clOefAl.fUeaddixr' ... . .. ggiS? . rr PiROiDtiOli MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG AMD SfCK WOMEN WELL. " "aJ IT COSTS YOU NOTHING tu-- n examine this machliie, in parr n" kaitas4. uBITO tSi. tnlST KUT. tsears. KrLark fi Co. are lV.ntilr reMaala. Eti!r,) . apro- o!i RICHandPOQR D ALIKE In case of a general vellow fever epidemic in the South, the State Board One' fare round trip, Sept. 25, 26, 27. For wounds, burns, scalds sores in rerin diseases and all irritating eruptions, 28, 20, and morning trains the 30, limit- of Health of Kentucky Sias decided to establish a strict quarantine. AND nothing so soothing and healing as De ed to return October 2. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Mrs. EmIt is said that the recently deceased INDUSTRIAL EXIOSI- ma Holies, Matron Englewood Nurserv, LOUISVILLE 0. Chicago, says of it: " Whenall else fails Cornelius Van'derbilt was worth TION.STKEET PAIR, MIDWAY CARin healing our babies, it. will cure."" NIVAL AND FESTIVAL OP Tho pallbearers who officiated S DR. CALDWELL'S Perry & Thomas- Who will be glad to show yea this stove as well as a full line ot other .heatat his funeral represented an aggregate FIRE, OCTOBER 9 to 2i. ers and cook stoves, grates , cxc. N DIGESTION. B V The sale of tho Alexander herd of exOne faro 0th,13th, wealth of $25,000,000. mchl-l- y port cattle, which; is always an event 18th and 21st, limited two (2) days THE FIRST BABY. in stock circles in Kentucky, occurred of date of sale. HAIR SWITCH d last week. There were five hundred One and fares round-tri- p ON EASY CONDITIONS. head of fine cattle in the herd this Oct. 10, 11, 12, 13, 10, 17, 19, 20. limited Its Coming is Looked Forward1 to Cat this ad. oat and malt ton. Send a year and were sold to New York parties, two (2) days exclusive of date of sale. f roallKMnpl of joortaalr,cutclotoLbe root, SUD SO nuXKT, ve will make and "With Both Joy and Tear and Its jend you brmail, portpaldaHHEHUMAN for a private price. The cattle will be Win. II. Tayloe, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., a xii Btattiu nuuie cj FAI2 SWITCH, luches Iock fium retectrd human hair, shipped in November to London to be Louisville, Ky. Safo Arrival is Hailed, With Inclose tlx ounce, short riem. We in package with switch uncJentpof taj?e SJ5I used for Christmas beef. This is the to rr'tum it to If net erfrtf 7 ftaUKfarterj. Prido and Delight by All. represented and bat It found exactly largest sale of export cattle made in 3 .R. A most cxtiaonhnary value and you wish to keep 1C rUiM- - wed f I .I0br ieall olllila Kentucky this year. Franklin FavorJOjiTTifc.K OUlUHSKJlt 3 STTliriiC? IT SI.IO IUCII among your friend ami ite. The arrival of tho first baby In tho Mod to u !&et aaj Eieej, wetovend tho 3 switches to them direct by mail, household is tho happiest and most imTho.wellknown and skillful 5 to be pnltt tor l'J days after received If Remarkable Rescue. portant event of married life. Theyoung perfectly fratij-- actoryandaa tin tare ka 53 ihvawllcls wa iratJ jus (rtx fcrryar trtiabta. wife who is to become a mother delights OPTIC SPECIALIST, Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plninfield, 111., He (It riaaee, 0rg4a, Srwlaf !lftck!aei, to think of the happiness In store for her DUJms, WstHirf raraUarp, RtejtX makes the statement that site cnm-li- t fer laVUa IWiutar OmrmAhtr prrMixeia U4rtarm of Louisville, Ky., has returned to when the little one shall nestle upon her SwUikrt. Oar tMr cold, which settled on her lungs: she was Richmond, rooms at Hotel Glyndou. breast and latterly she shall hear it lisp a nan la SfWa dijs, ana wliig Xackta f rurr p. rwiien i a aay. the sweet and holy nnme, "mother." II rwf Ite treated for a month by her family phy- and will remain only two days. A'dr- -, for l'JUKK PI EM 1 131 OFt" K It,ioutr 01 m toj Blither happy anticipation quickly van- I ItnrilAft Hnlr Pmnnrl i im I"! hlnncrr. sician, but grew, worse. He told her mm ba,Kar7a ishes when she realizes the terrible pain VI I . mM lwUf. en she was a hopeless victim of consump and suffering through which she must pass while bringing the littlo one into tion and that no medicine could cure the world. An indescribable Tear of the I her. Her druggist suggested Dr. Kins's A New Discovery for the 'Certain Cure of INTERNAL uu.ijjiir ubiuituuiib upon uiu oruttu soon New Discovery for Consumption; she dissipates her Joyf ulness. bought a bottle and to her delight Thousands of women havo learned EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. by experience that thero is nlisolutely ECOrNDMIST RANGES found herself benofiled from first dose. no necessity for tho sufferings which atShe continued its use and after taking CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. tend child-birtthey know that by six bottles, found herself sound and the use of "Mother's Friend" a scienTubes, by Mail, 75 cents; Dottles, go Cents. well, now does hpr own housowork tific liniment for a few weeks before JAMS F.BALURD, Sola PiDpilEhir. - - 310 Worth Main Slresf, ST. LOUIS, MJ?. the trying hour, expectant mothers can antl is well as she every was Free so prepare themselves for tho finnl trial bottles of the Great Discovery at For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. Jnl hour that tho pain and suffering of the Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Successors dreaded event are entirely obviated and to "W. G. Whito. Large bottles 50 cents it is safely passed through with comparatively littlo discomfort. aud $1 00. c ' esAll interested, "BUtvoausss. peciallywomen are mothers whoand the cxpectr.nt . for Tho anti Goebel Democrats claim to first' hnvo to undergo this trial, in be the embodiment of "true Democracy" A vast amount of blindness occurs such time a remedy ; for they know the pain in Kentucky, and' yet none of (ho 'true through neglect of an 'optical defect and suffering, to say.notliing of the danDemocratic" speakers have a word of of tho eyes not being attended to at the ger, which is in store for them. "MothESTABLISHED condemnation of the Republican policy proper time. Many such cases have er's Friend" is woman's greatest blessing, for it takes her safely through the or practices, although the extravagance come under my notice. Tho patient severest ordeal of her life. Every woman and corruptness of that party was delong should brr glad to read tho little book nounced at tho Lexingtou convention, has either been Born," which whirh put forth tho ticket headed bv sighted, astigmatic in one or both eyes ; "Before Babyofisgreat value tocontains Brown. Georgetown Times but one to a large extent which they information free to any one whoall. It will be sent sends say, is their weak eye, tho other hav their address to The Brad field ReguMonuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign end Chester H. Brown, Kalnmazoo, Roofing, Guttering Mich., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ing little or no defect (and should the lator Co., Atlanta, Ga. American marble and Granite. cured me of a severe case of indiges- case of the. weak eye be short-sighte- d and General tion ; can strongly recommend it to all It increnses rapidly), the eye with tho dyspeptics." "Digests what vou Job "Work. greatest amount of optical defect gets P0RCHASING AGENCY. without aid from tho stomach, and out of use, similar to a squinting eye; cures dyspepsia. Perry & Thomas. AVrito to Cozine & Co.'s Cnt-Rathe sight thus quickly deteriorates until Purchasing Agency, Louisville, Ky A New. York paper has it that the It looses all perception of light, somo ror anything you want to buy. You American Philippine Commission has simple accident having occured to the can savo big money. Information Garble, Granite, or. any k..l offered Aguinaldo a bonus of $5,000 a othe'r eyo, causing permanent blindr, .v at year to abandon his insurrection, the ness. Others there are with a largo free. nf tiio R;m.VCf j. Ji lr,T,l, oc" ""e,.e5t to canwil1 the olU s am In Utc t,ai..l U V',,ere t,,e-fint constantly or: SAMPLES KIIKE. pay to contiuue so longas his followers amount of defect in both eyes it may fro,,I'at Prices all clr.-.s- ,f buvXs are peaceable. The wholsalo bribery bo long-higOUOHEB, one; of the best workmen in OumhI as well as mixed astlg-tnalisiWe want your name for PASTIME, a KMtSricv1?. of the Sultan ot.Suhi and his generals They can" read for some time bright, clean, illustrated story aud hu to US fur d was successful, .tnd as it f eems to be by holding the book very close to tho morous paper for the family circle, 10 a;;flaat.oan.d,StaaCe the Republican way of doing things it oyes, owing to spasm of the ciliary largo pages, only to cents a year; on YOUR PATBONAGE SOLTOTTKn is not unlikely that the reported at- muscles (apparent short-eightand trial 4 months,- - 10c. We civo to sub PQ tempt to .bribe Aguinaldo js true. thus tho patients consider themselves scribers Gold Watches, Bicycles, Sew 'Proprietor. 4! Wlncheater Stm. and believe they will ing Machines, Guns, etc. Samnles and improve as they get older, but it fre- particulars free. Send us vour address Each paqkdge,'(of PUTNAM quently ends in paralysis of the If you do no more. We will FADELESS" DYES colors muscles with almost total Wind, surprise you. Please don t wait, send ness, now. Setter either Silk,' Wool or Cotton aboutor just sufficient vision to grope subscription. onelose n RtnmriK for trial with. Had spectacles been prop''PASTIME, Pub. Co., perfectly. Sold "by C. L. Sear- erly adopted In time to correct the jLuuisviuot ivy. lu 11 cy, Waco, Ky., Thomas & Ad- errors of refraction, they might have Duyr- siTrat, tub ELKCTituniihE enjoyed good sight all their lifetime. s20-lams, Panola, Ky. Dr. Goldstein's system of tests result Cures all diseases without the use of Rev Alex. Redd, presiding elder of in perfect fit, compensating for nature's medicine. A pure Oxygen treatment, TVhen DON'S COMPLETE PILE CORE is gnarantcou the Shelhyville District, announced at deficiency, while reserving the adjust- by absorption. It cures wher every '- Newcastle, that he will support Goebel ing power of "accommodation" of the thing else fails. It io needed in every uioi,ul(,-ij- f ui an uiximuac piiysician. family' for it will relieve every weak for Governor, Heaid that his Kniff I Hd Inisrruption cf Business ! n normal eye; the large requirement has concerning Mr. Goebel was of boon nearly or entirely overlooked by ness or ailment, to the most persistent Tho firtb treatment brings immeSdiate relief.- It has such a character as tp lead him to be- most of tho opticians of tho day. Dr. chronic disease, and withoui, the use of cured thousands, and vrill cure you. grain of medicine. Thousand of lieve that the Coviugton man would Goldstien's oxporionco of 10 years ena- a JRoUryMotioa MR T. 8. WILCOX, prominent merchant .politician make a Governor that people, the plain bles him, by most 'improved method people all over the United States, from. and chief of .the Chattanooga Firo Department; says : peoplo, might trust. Rev. "W. F.Tayl- and with tlu latest scientific apparatus, private citizens to Lawyers, Doctors, After vcars of WBene, DON'S PILE OINTMENT was rec- or, of Shelbyvllle, is another Goebel to correctly test the sight, ardbya Preachers, Supreme Judges, Editorc, supporter, and is thoroughly famijiar suitable collection of lenses or specta- etc, even Crowned Heads of Europe statement, hoping it will be the mean lo U,C atteution of others .ul- with the KehtQi: man and his character. cles, to give relief to and strengthen have Riven written testamonials o! wit?-08 fcrfng Both of these ministers ore former pas" the oyes for the varied requirements in these facts. Book of testimonials, and Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. matter of great interest with price of tors "of the Paris chuch, and aro mueii professional or private life. beloved. Paris Keutuckian. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINA- instruments sent free. Every famhV should have an Electropofee; it, sttves TION FREE. CHATTANOOGA, E. E. Tumor, Compton, Mo., was TENN. money, induces health. Seat! yor ad cored or plies by DeWitt's Witch Hasel OFFICE HOURS: From 10 ai m. to dress at once and what pajopJe say fee ' Salvo after sullering seventeen years 3 p. m. . who have thoroughly tested ite nwits. n and trvinrr nvor .nnn.iu. Physicians and surgeons endorse it Be-- J Homo office, 531 FoHrtii A'v8iin. be- -' ARCnts wanted. THE ELECTBIM!OISE twebn Oreen and WrifuutV .Loais CO.;Slil 4th St., Louisville, Ky. warum uauflerous counterieits. Perry riv "Iiin v,.rn;..... . Var sale f -UWIILUj J & Thoiwie. ville, Kentucky. sypt, Co., Riehmolul, H'y. 25-3- 0. KAOES, LOUISVILLE; SEP TEMBER White Gibson $100,-000,00- ft SMOKE CONSUMING PAIlLOa FURNACS Air passes through registers in heavily guarded fowl door into perforated mixer tiag around top of heavy fire pot. then into fire. Mixing the air with cases, in this way produces perfect combustion and a irreat saving of fuel. uiiAci uug uuu jnncuis wiiuiu ui nwiaiorirum tureci acitun ox nre ana insures its durability. FOWEBFOIa FLOOR HEATER Deflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pat and radiator extop.ds to easier casing, forcing the intense heat from lower section of Stove dovrn..i the floor where most required. WILL HEAT ROOK By attaching pipe to Double Heater OoJlar and extending to register fa flnor above. If not used in that way, heat is distributed to all paof tymhh and opening can be utilized as a tea kettle attachment in add itiou to iriddk ' liole top. . . FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEOREE fircular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash Pit Doors arc valve Rented fltted until abaoluely air tight and Warranted to so. They, are' .mounted on heavy, quick actingscrewa, working in a dt tachablt; JoVe, and when opening screw in, not out, preventing breakage in use, f.tt .f thn niDtt XT 1 TTTT. T. TIATTD tl T is. round-trip.Octob- 5VRUP PEPSI iy one-thir- FREE BOON TO T Dr. G. Goldstsen BUCKEYE f u z2 - -- I35- 5h h; . Madison- Monumental Works, 1863. short-sighte- JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor. et te FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. WB rMVvr10 ht n. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Macftine, cJtrtl3. YVCct v' ,8it Sfflftina ), near-sighte- d, JHMES T. HKILTON, cll-ha- ry y m Why Suffer Agony mior-matio- - as Ball Bearings, lt?l??,TC -- 'DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, tu-oni- ' l 2"-T- yr nu "J " - '' octi-i- y