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II r Ij T r h1j t 1J 1 I THErRICITIMONDGLIMAXI j Jt iVOLUME26 t RICHMOND MADISON QOTJNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1899 NUMBER 181I For Rent 4 4+ 4+ tPChoice of three good office rooms over Doug las Simmons hardIware store Main St Also very desirable eitfhtroom residence j with modern conven iences i GRIGGSBY HUN EYa EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC TION AGENCYou R LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection tf1Write or call on me for further t aticulars- OFFICE Room 9 Moberley Build iiiff liirliinnml Ky- PROFESSIONAL CARDS rotTEz3 E ROBERTS fil ATTORNEYAT LAW illCHMOND KENTUCKY office in Moberley Building RW MILLER ATTORHKTATLAW RICHMOND KKXTUCKY O Ice In the Burnam Building next door to innors National Bank feb3ly SOLLV ANJA ATTORNKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Offi r over Taylors Hardware store o- pvue on Main Street non HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW HICHMOVW KEXTITCKY OHM Jfo 13 First St upstairs 3130 ItC D M 011KNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW PaiiltQrLETCHER AUorneyatZiaw Itn IIMOXU lf TUCK llif with T J Smith Jr over iviiicton Mjtdii11n T C Lowry AllorneyatLu Milmrley Bnlldins Richonil Ky PHYSICIANS DKS 5 JBSON GIBSON IlIYfUCLlN AND SURGEON KICHMUNU KENTUCKY rlrce in tC Joe 1clns bnfldig and 0 Sec Street over Wiiue old druietore aj CIJAS HOOKER I 1 ETIm INtRr SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty office up etairs over store recently accu Richmond HariiKW Co Eat Main St Uiohmonil Ky apr7Iy fl C JASPER JU D Medicine and Surgery Oflire Prather Ituildini Main Street Telephone at resilience the CurrlLce ou liioailway RICHMOND KKNTTCKY GW EVANS M D I 1llYSCIAN IJURfElN RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY SOfllce and residence on Second Street DENTAL STJRQEBY lT Oatttt t QnSQt DESTIST or LOUIBVILUR Er BuildingRlchmSndnorl7ly e QR FRED SMITH DENTIST otnceItely Dr Louis H Lahdman No5fCS West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zlmmer Richmond Ky on FRIDAY OCT 11 1899 returning every second Wednesday each Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky feblHy n npaks aiJ Ohio Eailmj Time of Trains Winchester Ky WEST BOUND araEaitempmNewEAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am amLeiingtonInston Express 2 Pill aeept8l1ndiyThrough sleeping sad dining car service to ewYork For information rates orsleeperreserrstions call on or write K Agent Xyor J D p4 0 0 ar LexlBfUm Xy o Hk TIM33 NOWISl arid so let us you a price the material and do the work in a skillful workmanlike manner The smallness of the price will simply astonish yon We have received in the last 30 days direct from the factories several shipments of New Paper Hangings in all the designsNewetc Papers from 5e per roll on up in price White Lead and Linseed Oilat factory prices freight added Win onIup paint that ve make in white and shade ofodinarJr color for onlythethe best on the the market at any price We cant advertise all of our inducements so call and see for yourself r line of Wall Paper Win dow Shades Paints Oils Artistsgenerally stock the largest prices always the lowest GEM WILLGING V HIS SIftEE- TPICIIMOND KY Dr IL Goldstein The Optic Specialist WILL RETURM TO RICHMOND Thursday October 5th FOR TWO DAYS ONLY URITY OF TONEa pcombinedand power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Being n Insburn n of very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as well as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We Scrniinetc Prices range from 22500 up Easy pay inents HARDING RIEHW H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY a Take fly Advice Go toF J Yencera jewelry store about that Eye Trouble ot yours Doing without SPECTACLES EYEGLASSES or wearing those not suited to You are equally injurious certain costs WELL EXAMINE YOUR EYES free of charjje and tell you whether you need Glasses Wo have all styles and prices and hnowwlcan please yotr whether you buy or not F 1L YEAGER No 28 2d St Richmond EJyv lIepGly ++ +CALL AT + +4+ JJlfflItSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolestand most refreshing of drinks that can be bun in the city are dispensed by up4odate and accommo dating clerks i K ScwriM srItI Water KSft ei Tap Phono 3 Second St ICJTXOZrDrXT f A CONTHAST THE NEGRO NORTH AND 4 Atlanta ConstItution Sept 1- 9Panijjglocklort l Carter ville Let the nrgrothe at on their memorandum books Thev nre names that ptanil not only for Republican towns in toe IJupublican state of Illinois but for the actual attituduof the Northern people toward the ne groes thENorthernstrations of the South whites because they do not invite negroes into their parlors or because lintel keepers and managers of theaters exercise discrim million in behalf of their patrons Time and again we have seen petitions that the wrath of heaven might be visited on those who refuse to associate with negroes on terms of social equnlityc Anti when some degenerate brute commits an unspeakable crime which Is speedily and sometimes awfully avenged the pretended friends of the theircrJcschargin to barbarism It frequently happens tlfat when a Southern n euro of standing goesto the North he is seized upon by the philan thropists and coddled and feasted in a way calculated to convince him that the Northen people are all humanitarians of the first order and that the North is the negros paradise But now we have the facts the real situation the attitude of the Northern people written in blood and marked byItho assassination of negroes whose crime was a desire to earn an honest living such as honest negroes are earn ing in the South The question of the ne gros future is riot solved by asking him into a white mans parlor or to partake as a guest ofa white mans dinner Over and above these social accidents and incidents there is a cryii g neces privliegeliving by honest labor and according to jWesocial equality and kindred questions it is a dispute which means nothing sob thcornedover the fact that ho has arighttoearno an honest living for thosep inallthis Well he has this right in the bandliwhointerest ill his future But ho is denied this right in the Hyuleinof assassination in other parts of thefNorth in terms of proscription and by means of taboo to intermpublican communities in a Republican State he is not only assassinated when he seeks to earn his living by honest labor but lie is prevented y murder U8 measures tandtlvo Republicans of Carterville Illnois theoryhatQUnities time duty oi cutting them ofl wJthiIlgrotBNow this after all is the great question in life far as the things of this world are concerned It is the ahlImwportant question It is a that comes homo with painful errphasis to the great majority of the human race especially to those who are born into the puzzling conditions which belong toh centnryThisgreattest wrong reside where is the greatest crime gall1st the negro committed in the South where a few degenerates and moral lepers are wiped out suddenly and unlawfully or in the Northwhere negroes seeking an opportunity to earn their living aro assassinated in time dark as at Rockfort or ruthlessly lOur dered in time broad daylight as at Car tCTvllle and Pana We challenge the Republican editors and the Northern philanthropists to wako out a case against the Southern people as revolt ing to justice and humanity as the DiVe YOll Been SiCk II Perhaps you have had the grippe or a hard cold You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever or possibly some of the chit dren are just getting over the measles or whooping cough Are you recovering as fast as you should Has not your old trouble left your blood full of impurities And Isnt this the reason you keep so poorly Dont delay recovery longer but TakS Ifwill remove alt Impari ties from your blood It Istalso a tonic of value Give Bfttttre a little help at this time Aid herSYlng1l11 cf disease iTOitryvpr blood If yew bowels are netIJust right Ayers Pills willLthem so Send cur book ea Diet in Consti patlon N 12 I flip 1iWe hath retes1tC moes Wrmefreelyadrecctve etioiso of the mostemlneu pliysl MDL1CAYE It lJAlwaU f DOALaWowmvPuRE II Makcsthefoodmocedeliciousandwhoesome o BAima tmnx eo new crimes committed by citizens of Illinois There is something specially hideous i wnegroeshotheir condition and In these cases the hIdeousness takes on a darker and a crueler aspect by reason of tho fact that the negroes who have been tie victims of this bloody proscription left the South at the invitation of Northern contractors They accepted tho offers made them in perfect good faith and the result is what the world sees it to be A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada E Hart of Grotonr D Was taken with a bad cold which settled on rhy lungs cough set in and finally termi nated in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself np to my S w slayitlmymy absent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs Colds gave it a trial took in all eight bottles t has cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy wo man Trial bottles free at Perry and Thomas Drug Store Regular size 50c and 00 guaranteed or price refunded 1 1849HARRIS GOLDEN WEDDING189 The following article appeared in Mondays Lexington Herald contributed by some unknown friend and while it is very readable we feel antis ed it hardly does justice to the grand o We regret we cannot give an original account of the celebration ut as we were insufficiently urr d is article must suffice The golden weddingon September f Hon and Mrs John D Harris was the most enjoyable gathering the history of Madlsou county Num lights swung on the lawn from bright moonbeams were made softer y their lustre The guests borne by a chartered train were greeted by de IiKhl1ulmusic from Saxtons band watted through time whispering leaves of the pine wood Historic old llI the wood was purchased by Maj John D arris from Col Joseph C Anderson a thereby has rested in the same for over a century which has spared no time nor tnenns to render it beautiful The grand old house with its long porches was decorated with ferns palms roses and lengthy silken sprays of goldenrod The bride and groom assisted by their daughters and husbands Audi r ami Mrs Sam H Stone and Hon a Mrs Cassius Mi Clay Jr received in the same parlor where they were married fifty yenta ago The bride looked most lovely in her gown of black velvet and white lace holding in her hand her old wedding boquet holder filled with bride roses and lilies of the valley The groom in his suitof bread was handsome indeed No one ould take them to be over fifty The bridemaida were most handsome robed In their elegant wedding gowns and carrying loose bunches ot ink roses hack of the bridal party ung a large monogram Ih Wof white and gold roses and on either side were he dates 18401899 in flowers of gold while among other designs were two hearts that beat as one There were present mauV guests from a distance Eight present were at time marriage ceremony fifty years ago It was a remarkable pothering the men were tall distinguished in bearing handsome educated and refined j the women were queenly in their maguificenve Aunt Sally and Aunt Emily the two nurses of dId bride IHltl room attired a fsbandanas were shown many attentions by lhe distingnislied gUestS In the course of the evening an decant sUII per of the olden time was served the diuingtables being decorated in white and gold The presents were beautiful Landship and respect A Frightful Ijlnuder numScaldSalve the best iu the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Erupttonsnestbox Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 France has lost one of her greatest men in the death of M SheurerKest ner exVice President of the Senate He died in wlieSociety and was an authority of the highest order on chemistry Ho was a Protestant brave strong honorable man arid Ills stand for Dreyfus had much to do with his recall from Devils Island France can lily Fparo such a manpKodol Dyspepsfa Cure isa scientific om the endorsement of eminent physicians and the medical press It digests what vou eat anopostively cures M A tron BloomlnJtdale Tennsays it cnred standlng i Special Riles via QueenA Crescent Rule KENTUCKY TBOTTINOHOKSK J1BEED ERS ASSOOrATIOX LEXINGTON KY OCT 3 TO 14 One fare for the round ttip all sta ions in Kentucky good to return October 17th FAIR FRANKFORT OCT 31 One farii for thp munch trip via Georgetown front all stations laKe tickets good returning to Include the7t6S- lBEET PAIR AND aAKNTOUi KNOX YIITB TNXKT tl13i One fire fprtbe roand trip a1 si tO- retllIINATIONAL CMVSCHM CJSCJKNATr O OCT 130 lJoJDaIIjwltb II1 s IKIN POWDER i coy TAYLOR ON INGERSOLL A Beautiful Production From Gilled exGovernor of Tennessee The following article by Gov Holt To Taylor of Tennessee Is one of the most remarkable productions of his gilted pen I sat in a great theatre atthe nation al capital It was thronged with youth and beauty old ago and wisdom I saw a man the image of his Go1 stand up on the stage and I heard him speak 4Hfs gestures were perfection of grace his voice was music and his language was more beautiful than any I had ever beard from mortal lips He painted picture after picture of tho pleasures and joys and sympathies of home Ho enthroned love and preached the gospel of humanity like an angel Then I saw him dip his brush In the ink of moral blackness and blotSout time beautiful pictures he had ed I saw him stab love dead at his feet I saw him blot out the stars and sun and mayo humanity and the nut verse in eternal darkness and eternal death I saw him like the serpent of old worm himself into the paradise of human hearts and by his seductive elo Ql1ence and subtle devises and sonhiRonnn n whosetMight its powers faded its music was hushed its sunshine was darkenedand its soul was left a desert waste with only the new made graves of faith and hope 1 saw him like a lawless erratic m quieteorac beerossonly in its sellconsuming tIre genera ted by fiiction with the iudestrucible and eternal truths of God That was the archangel of modern writAmill I said How true is holy which declared The foot hath said his heart there is no God Tell me not 0 infidel there is no God no heaven no hell Tell me not 0 infidel there IB no risen Christ What intelligence less than Gods could fashion the human body What motive power is it if ndt God that d m timeanstroke sending the crimson streams otI life bounding and circling through every vein and artery Whence and what if not of God is this mystery we call mind What is It that thinks and feels and knows and acts 0 who can deny time divini ty that stirs within us Mingand blossom and leaf and tree in every rock anti Vale and Mil and mountain in every spring and rivulet and river The rustling of his wing is In every zephyr its might is in every tempest He dwells in thee dark pavilions of every storm cloud The lightning is his messenger and thunder is his voice His awful tread u in every earthquake and on every angry ocean The heavens above us teem with my riads of shining witnesses Time uni verse of solar systeiils whose wheeling orbs course the crystal paths of space proclaim through the dread halls ol eternity the glory and power anil d et YernalThey are simply perfect writes ofDeWittsal in andlry Thomas Expansion We All Admire theifeaturestr tr w DhichIng more for the money than could pos sibly be expected by the most exacting Yd here comes the great Sunday St ouis Post Dispatch the best now be ore the public andas it were proceeds to gilt thegold by piling another ofjfu carway of an attractioruthat we have seen offered anywhere by any newspaper Thfsgreat paper announces that it willagIve away all Album of new anti nnt music consisting of ten of the latest uptodate songs such as songs of sentiment coon songs and cake walkllt etc With every copy of theISunday FostDiscatch for ten consecutive weeks will be given away one of these new and original SOURS written and composed by popular authors of recognized ability each song being well- orihi5ocenta This unpRmlleledenterprise on the part of time Sunday PostDispatch in virually giving away 5 worth of new music should win for it an enormous addition to its alieady vast army of readers Send 50 cents to the PostDis atch St Louis and receive this great aper with its beautifully illustrated magazine its comic weekly and superb news service for three months and the magnificent album of new music free f charge Best on tug market for coughs and colds and all bronchial troubles for JietiryROne Minute Cough Cure Ierry Thomas Judge J B Peters died last week at his home in Mt Sterling aged 81 yean He hiss long been one of tho leading men in this State He was a echool mate of Jefferson Davis and an inti mate friend of John C Breckinrldge Fa sixyears lie was Chief Justice of our Court of Appeals Tho London Dailcv Mail publishes a syJmigLhaLEmperor a wkftBo decreedinx th t wwm the mId die Europe Canal and Siberian rail YiyreoompleediI all Import ant 1iuaian ports on tb P cifle Balt- ioaMtieIMkQsibslLbokised for 8terto y zeqt 1i1ILoQ a I io Y t 1 r Winchester Court j A Ramsey auctioneer reports CCO cittle 6n jhe market The best price ObttiiflCtWa84C for2 lots of good feeders Twentyfive 1000 pound feed ers 4Jc 45 800 pound feerlers4Uc 34 100 lb feeders 4c 1 lot 000 Ib 4c 28 C001bS410 30 weanling steer calves 18 mule colts 20 to JO Cattle off a little on account of scarcity oi grass YOU Alm A DEMOanT and of coursewant Democratic news paper The Chicago Dispatch is the Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the readoption of the platform and the re nomination of William Jenninits Bryan Tuero has never been a political cam paign that will equal til importance that of the one to be fought next year The Republican party backed by the money power of this country acd amlaJrJressiveFlusbed ago It will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy doingrhieyon their enemies In no better and more effective way can this be done than by the circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers The publisher of The Chicago Dispatch wilt send to a very new subscriber for three months a copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch for ten cents If you are not already taking this groat political wcekly end in tots cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce all your friends to join with you By a little effect you can easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other Democratic leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 122 Filth Avenue oct itf Chicago Illinos Some months ago Rev J RMathews pastor of the Huntsville Baptist church becausehewent into tho newspaper business He t the newspaper business and lilts mlnlstryprohnbtyColumbia Mo Statesman U Recor s Broken OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES ireaks all records Never before in history of our town was there a mo complete line offered the people Every shoo has been bought at the very lowest market price and we are in a position to give our customers Ike Most Talus For Ths Least ONEY WE CAN FIT YOU Our oes are made to fit Ycu will find no trouble in getting 1 fit here We have all thats LATESTall thats GOOD Joxv Gox Tvvee We have a few summer goods left that we will sell you atjour own price They are all nice and good Nowsyourchance I ours for the Right Price Freeman Bros First Street Richmond Ky KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or digesttg IntanHeartburnlatulente imperfectdlgestlonPrepared For sale byiPerry Thomas t l J lWES OF BIND J Boot for Youna and Old OUR JB RECORD Esti is- 125OOOo lDISEASED t ijcuED 4 ItJECURE 1IIERVOUS I BLOOD SKIN j PRIVATE 1 DISEASES t1 r3 J 250 000 CURED VfluilP liAr flare you finned lei iatiireIIJitlrononllconslderIhtt Ut Tour iierilT 1id later Jitodcntmetnny1JttVATLorIiLOODI tomstnroPATILEILrI AS afnihoroiie1 cauct by early abl1o or later ex withaointJItIMrOVCJhowfltY AV CURABLE Cthu Olt NO PAY ri Wo tmit ml iirelM1SSIONS YAir pKrK SYIItfLl nrEFri gI StriiljMKK IMPOTENCY SF 1NNATUItAlIilSa L ilisca r 1CURES GUARANTEED L 1 The IVascs of Sin nt free enclning o taip CONSULTATION forIJr Z5f3SKERGANi Kjy7xrril aft ANOTHER LOT of hardtobreak CROCKERY and- GLASSWARE has arrivedand the wise housekeeper will not miss the opportunity to buy when every article has the durability of two of time ordinary kind This is Queensware worthy of the throughDontnn mi- Glass Fruit Saucers 25 to OOc per dcz Glass Tumblers 25 40 50 tOc and SI- per doz- E Deatherage Co PUBLIC SALE AND REI1TIF1GON myfnOIlMadison county Ky on the Speed well pike known as ns the C It Etlilplace The following described stock etc ei tcaI 01 eakk Five work mules ono yearling mnle and two colts two combined marlS one 4yearold harness horse 14yearold yearhugjennet with jennet colt 75 hogs 400 barrels Of corn In shock 25 barrels of old corn 20 stacks of hay Farming implements consisting of otto self binder one mower nnd hay rake one wheat drill one corn planter two 2 horse wagons one and harness r household kitchen furniture JBQTi will rent at same time anti place my farm containing Four Hundred Acres for the year 1900 largebriekextra stock barns stock scales and all necessary ontbuililings with flue bear jug orchard three tenement hou8CSI C Time farm is well watered seventyfiveTerms made known on day of sale aept2o3wTAYLOR RICE Another Thrn mti opIlI1iests Carpenters Builders and others who use Screw8 Nails and 10018 because we are inakinc special ILiI sale of that class of goosmnnd offer 11rrstun1ard sizctj and aualiticis aflcSs rt- tliaii standard iatos rL LjE See us ntl gt pri4JMOft roolseig and gutterhimg W D TAYLQBROS 11a id S k IiiID L ri jwoce REPAIRING AND TIMEINQ FINE WATChESiA SPECIALTY s a a QCa All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND Ky In Rest Sweet ri t1arid IMIv2vl6 thehandsomest f forthedesignsand TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the handsome line of desksa ava 1 11lanche at prices of beautywhlCh are beingoffered Window Shadeso Among my har- vcst f jfanCIes there eInolmemorecom plete than beautiful display of Window Shades Every 1stsle every color and every price Call and the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentucky 1 J SI NEVILLE MOBfRLY 220222 W Main Street t- Jri KYNGHT Tne Dutnern Mt1 Inve tli1ent D I i OF LEXINGTON KYj J 160000 PAID IJYLIJIIJYG BENEFITS 4 8 65 00 0RESERVE AND SURPLUS Q nANT Era of Lire Insuraace 4We pay the same profits to the livillgthat Insurance Corn panics pay to the estates of largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of tho investor For particulars apply toSIJSMITH BOtllM 7 N m SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY Y laMRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond KySA Treatment That Cures Cancer No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No Detention FrOil BusiaesSi No Daiger No Failures aad No Pay UilessCirei Time knife and burning plasters and tho horrible crude methods heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has been foreverdisplaced by the advent of Dr Registers Now Serum and Antcsentic treatment Thin LupursUlcerstorture attending the quack and ignorant methods in for a century Over Bfty well defined ewes without a failure Is the evidence to prove merit of this important inc lit discovery This new treatment is the result of a thorSough scientific etuJy malignant diseases and is based onthe most rigid scientific principles FEMALE DISEASES proficiencyinuialo suffcrera hue discoveries of recent slate for the cure Otinallgnant diseases is duo to the great increase of cancer of the womb anti tomato breast A well equipped MnitariutB fe emploved by him at 106 Court street where Ida entire time to and malignant diseases Ifeuflering Irom ny disease pe alr to women or any manner of malignant growth or pore stexpertopluionfr1WU eT Ig6 Court Street Itfemphis Tenn J P I 1 JThe Richmond Climax J O CUBNAULT Proprietor A D MILLKll Business Manager C E WOODS Edltor WEDNESDAY OCT 4 1899 fUHLISIIKlUVEKV WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printino Cc aRlK IKll YKAll 15O =DEMOCRATIC TICKET Fun flOVRlOU lION WIMtAXI GOKBELO- BKKNTON COUNTY FOlt MKUTKNAKT GOVBUNOK J O W HKCKAM OF XlIIiSON COUNTY 1OR ATTOllNUV nBNRRAI IL J UKKCKINUUHK- OK 110YIH OUXTY YoU AUDITOR GUS OOIJLLEI OPOKAVHS COUNTY yOU TRBASIJKKU S W UAGER- OF non COUNTY FOR SKOKKTARY OF STATE CALEB BllKOIUNRIDE HILL OF CLARK COUNTY von COMMISSIONER AGRICULTURE I N NALL OF JBEFERSON COUNTY FOR SUIT OF PUBLIC IN8TUCTION HV McCHESNEY 01 LIVINGTON COUNTY TOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER 3D fIST COL A W HAMILTON OF MT STKRLISO von KRPRBSENTATIVE HON W W COMBS MADISON COUNTY FOR COUNTY JDDOD N n CO- YANNOUNCEMENT FOC CLEBC We are authorized to announce ARO II KVANAUQH DOTY for Countv Clerk su eject to tile action or the Democratic Paity We are authorized to announce C M RAY nUnN a candidate for Count Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M II MILLS a candidate for County Clerk sub ject to the adieu of the Democratic party We ue authorized to announce JESSE COIlS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party roe SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN sAOgR8 a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county Mbject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aeth rlzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Vearealtl nrlzNl to announce BBnOAD DUS a candidate for Rherllf Of Madisonconnty subject to the aetUn of the Democratic party FOB AHBS50B We are authorized to announce JOE OLD lIAR a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L RAKKK a candidate for Assessor of Madison county mibject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are aathorlzed to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate fur Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorzml to announce G W DEATHBRAGK a candidate for Assessor of MaiiKon county subject to the fiction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DUD DUNN ot the Glade District a randidite for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are anthoriwl to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER O PARRISII a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison connty for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party We aje authorized In announce F J PER KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic Party CIIIRF OF POLICE We are authorized to announce EVERETT fERRY for Chief of Police for the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J II ALL MAN a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce J D FEENY a candidate for the one of Chief of Police of Richmond Ky subject to the action of the Democratic party vole COOSCILMAX We are authorized to announce CHARLES J COns oflr loading tailor a candidate for Councilman in the Court House Precinct sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DR V H HOftSON a candidate for Councilman from the Court House precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce C A TAY LOR a candidate for Councilman in the Court Jfojue Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce C T WELLS for Councilman from the City Hall precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES B STOUFFBR a candidate for Councilman from the University Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party C111BrovierCo11 LEXINGTON K- It Covers the FieldoG Tlio above remark was made about this Ktore the other day by a cntli umn thoroughly familiar with the noed of Central Kentucky people WI helieve he was right and that you can ho as sue cessfully served here as in sny city in llin South we could tell you of many puople right hero in town B ho hive triad the Hdjuccnt cities f nml come to the conclusion that J riuej4 Styles Assortment and Quality were just as good here as anywhere Think the matter ever take styles for Instance Oqr buy ers visit the Northern Eastern and Western markets three or fur times a year and cull from the fac lyrics of the country the choicest Hrtirlea of their production and in awortment Did you know that with the addition of our New Four story Building wehave nearly three acres of floor Space devoted ex clusively to the display of goods frgm various departments In quality wo acknowledge but one standard THK BEST Pices we lire determined shall and must bo ns low an is consistent with light quality AVowantyour patronage nnd assure you that every effort that can possibly be made will be pnt forth to merit it Carpets Curtains Wall Paper Furniture Wood Mantels China F L fBrower Co11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY sptl1j iJt f i 3 i kcu Call For CII Democratic Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee Septemberadopted1st that a Democratic Primary precinctIn1893 to select Candidates for the November election 1899 for Councilmen and Chief of Police and the polls shall be open from 7 oclock a to 4 oclock p mln Richmond Ky on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid purpose d That for the purpose of defraying the expenses of conducting eald primary n the candidates who propose to submit their names shall on or before the 12th day of October 1899 p rto the Chairman of this commit tee the following sums Rich candidate for Councilman 2 00 and Chief of Police 3d That said primary election shall be con ducted r y officer 16 be hereafter selected by this committee 4th That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements lor holding said election Bin It is ordered hat aU voters who consider themselves Democrats and who will support the nominees of this primary election and all young men now under age of twentyone years who will attain their majority on or before the day of the next gen erl In who declare their purpose and intention to affiliate with the Democratic party shall be entitled to vote in sad primary election 6th That the chairman of this committee frivo public notice of this election by posting a this order at each of three voting places in Richmond Ky and shall publish a copy of this order in every tome of the RICHMOND CLIMAX and Kentucky Register from date of adoption to of said primary election DUDLEY TRIBBLE Chairman n A BAXTER Secretary saidIRepublican in Ken Younglirnwnconvince Democrats that their vote for Brown means a vote for Taylor This is the only honest way of looking at it TilE CLIMAX sent out last week a dozen telegraphic requests to neighbor ing papers to call attention to Mr Goo belsappolntruent to speak in Richmond on Monday Nearly all the papers com plied and we are thankful to them and will reciprocate like favors at any time A FRANKFORT dispatch in the Republican Lexington Leader discloses a startling fact that Governor Bradley is being overwhelmed with petitions from convicts asking restoration to cIti- zenship The Governor thinks these aro being Inspired by politicians in close counties in order to have disabilities of these people removed prior to the November election and is turning them down summarily Now we commend tim Governor for his action for it fa entirely contrary to his wholesale pardoning of convicts three years ago just before a heatedelection WHEN a Republican admits that there is even the smallest cause for the Democrats to complain of the malad ministration of Kentuckys a flairs it is time to look me out as the Dutch man says lint here is an admission of rottenness made by a Republican made openly by the editor of the Louis ville Free Press who is Gov Bradleys assistant adjutant general Listen ami then look me out There is only one subject on which Republicanpunity anti that is the Frankfort Chair contract HON EDWARD M SHEPARD of New York a gold Democrat in an ad drees before the National Civil Clnb of Brooklyn lust week pronounced the war in tho Philippines A war of for and by the Republican party and of for tint by the President Mr bliopartl continued As between President McKinley who voted for free silver coinage when tile popular tide seemed to run that way who in 1899 down almost to the la t feared to pronounce the word gold lest he should alienate some po pular support and whose belief in sliver or gild Enema to depend upon his estimate of its effect upon the fortunes of his party or of himself as between the President on tho one hand and on tho other hand Mr Bryan with his devotion to it principle when it stands and must stand completely in the way of the success of his own legitimate ambition I do not think highminded men will long hesitate as to which as a politician deserves the greater respect IN intelligence the negro voters of Richmond are above the average Ken tucky darkies but whether it is a com pliment to their intelligence or an evidence of their apathy and indifference we cannot say but there were only about seventy out last Thursday night to hear Messrs Brutus J Clay Elisha Parish John T McCHntock and Em mett Embry Mr Clay revived an era that is past rebellion and slavery but he made them howl as he told of the dark days of 6165 when the North bioke their shackles of bondage and st them free And McClintock warmed the blood of the blacks when he said he would lead them to the polls and see that they were respected I And E Gum P was really sorry became as he was not loaded and did not expect to bo called on But Emmett Fmbry the colored spaker in contrast with his white brethren who preceded him pitched his address on a high plane appealing not to passion but to decency and honor Said he A negro who will sell lila suffrage for a paltry sum of money does not deserve and should not be allowed to exercise the right to voteSo far so good Now go one step further Prof Embry and you may take your place beside the noblest specimen of the African race today Hooker Washington In the midst of loose talk and wild remarks to be heard from those who pretend to Le the negros friend them is one clear voles the voice of the man who comprehends the situation in its entirety Booker T Washington who saying that a radical mistake was made at the beginning by emphasizing politics as the be nil and end aU of negro freedom to the exclusion of every other interest advises the negro not to be discouraged And he tells them and let Prof Embry repeat it that if they continue secur ing education property andcharacter and cultivating in a manly way the friendship of the people who are their neighbors no matter what their color their future is assured Speaking practically there is no denying that Republicans drive the colored men like sheep into a pen on election day shearing tbctn appropriating the wool to their own use and then turning these same colored men out in the Democratic pasture until the next shearing time A vote which one party can count on as matter of course and tho opposite party cam ot hope to win at any price need expect nothing from either Tell them that Prof Embry and then read them this from the Lexington Standard edited by negro and for negroes The KBgro has become tired of being fed on gratitude pudding and widd saUco and by tho way when assertion is made that the slaves should be grate ful to the Republican party let it be reniembered that all tho negroes wore not freed byithot party There were a million of free negroes in this country when the rebellion broke out who owe nothing to any party creed or anything else nar hiftt bees UMT vehcjtiof caIIo IiCIC I liii1 liii DEM RA YTRIUMfHANT Largest Cnnyd That Ever Listened to Any Candi date GATHERED HERE MONDAY For many years to como Monday October 5809 will be referred to as this date on which the largest crowd ever gathered in Richmond to listen to a candidate for office within the gift of the people of Kentucky In other wonis Win Goebel Democratic candi date for Governor looked into the faces Ifa greater multitude of people on Monday than ever greeted candidate here before From the front walls of the Main street buildings clear up to the court house doors a distance of 200 feet and from First to Second Btieetf humanity stood in one solid mass for nearly two hours Besides this the court house yard shade trees were burdened with spectators and the windows and doors of the bank build ings nndfStoresfacing the public square were crowded with ladies attentlvoI listeners to the next Governor tucky Indeed had Bryan himself been here or should he come during this campaign we could not ask for a grander outpouring of the citizens of Madison county than the assemblage that greeted Mr Goebel on Monday To the straight Democrats the size of the crowd was but proof incontestible that the Democracy of Madison is wideawake and in line Republicans it was a stupendous surprise aggrava ting no doubt discouraging certainly to the Browns Iron Bitters Brigade it was like tho blow that killed grandpa- At one oclock when the train arrived from Coyington the committee on re ception headed by the Richmond Band in full uniform and a number of mounted escorts met Mr Goebel at the depot He entered a carriage with Gov McCreary Jno B Chenault and Graham Vreoland of Louisville In the next carriage were Hons H H Crooke W B Smith J Tevis Cobb and Richard Clark of Cuvington Two bus loads of people and several carriages followed In one carriage were five wellknown colored Goebel supporters The procession led by the band slow ly made its way through tho densely crowded Streets the cheering of the spectators compelling Mr Goebel to doff his hat all atom the route There were from fonr to six thousand spectators within the space lacing and flanking court rquare and despite this fact all these heard the speaker with reasonable distinctness for the closest attention was given him As a further evidence of the interest mani tested in the candidate and the race Mr Goebel consented to remain over and address the merchants and others of the court day crowd who could not hear him in the afternoon Accord ingly at 730 the court house was so crowded with spectators of Loth sexes that tile committee in charge of Mr Goebel could scarcely force a way through the side aisles There were over one hundred ladies In the audience a count having been made some time before the speaker arrived Mr Goebel in the afternoon discus sed the L N K Rs activity in the campaign its discrimination in freight rates and its hostility to lila ciuvae with reasons for his reciprocation of the roads disesteem lie discussed the trust question and showed that al though John Shermsm hind had passed an antitrust measure not a single trust had the Republicans suppressed under that law He exposed the record of that party in this State on the trust question whereby every Republican member of the Legislature with one possible exception voted against the Bradburn AntiTrust Bill The same record of dodging and inconsistency stares the Republicans in the face on the subject of the school book trust Ho explained the vote of that party on the grounds that tho American School- Book Trust and other such monopolies were large contributors to the Republican campaign fuud He discussed the AlcCord Railroad Bill a similar law being In force in twenty states and that in Nebraska Mr Bryan was the voluntary attorney In support of it before the Supreme Court which upheld Its constitutionality He Is in favor of the Separate Coach Law but would enforce that part com pelling railroads to provide equal ac com nodations for the colored passen gers who pay full fare and are entitled to the same treatmentgivin the whites He declared that Attorney General Taylor had never done anything to enforce this part of the law The loss of Kentucky in 90 ho declared was due to the immense corrupt ion fund of Hanna Co to the with holding of returns in the 11th District and to the failure of ea Republican connty judge to give Bryan a single officer In forty Jefferson county precincts He declared that John Young Brown was the only man who ever backed another for a nomination and then ran against him He said that the Louisville Conven tion was called to nominate a Demo cratic ticket and that while Mr Hiirdin went there to get the nomination and Mr Stone went there to get the nomi nation it was a mistake to suppose that ho Geebel went there solely for amusementAs currency question lie cIo dared that this State would send a delegation For 16 to 1 and Bryan to the next National convention and that Joe CS Blackburn would be the successor to Win Lindsay In the United States Senate But said IIP Joe Blackburn dues not wish to represent a Republican State nor do I de ire to be Governor unless Lest sign the commission of Joe Blackburn to the Senate These and many other points Mr Goebel rrado and that ho had struck responsive chords iu the hearts and minds of his audience was evidence by HoW18completed his first three sentences and there was not a moment when the speaker and audience were not en rapport Not o unpleasant incident marred tho meeting although one man yelled tot Taylor but this was offset by the Colored Democratic Club cheer Ing for Gouhol At the conclusion of the address Mf Goebel WM Barroanded In a terrific crash of men Mid l wasbodily shoved and pulled and b akd clear across the street anditMp th teiebBwmd National ankwttj1ss cedtcj RCQr X 1di tewith e td- trL 1 J c i t f 4rit Necessity is the Mother ofInventich n ri fdr6nnonestand tonic that brought into existence Hoods Sarsaparilla It is a highly concen i rated extract prepared by a combination proportion and process peculiar to itselfand giving to Hoods Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power- Us vondcrfutreard cures has made it Americas Greatest Medicine Rosy Cheeks J tune good health androsy cheeks iharJts to Hoods Srsxpritt R builds me tip1 and sames doctor bills Mary A Burke Eaat Oair Slt ln Ad Xoc18a4Ja1h Hood Mill cure liter mt the nonlrrltiUna and onlr eathtrtle to take with BooS rIaprll of handshakers exhausted him and he almost fainted Rev Alex Tribble tho Christian minister also came near being crushed in the scrimmage to shake hands with Mr Goebel After an hours rest MrGoebel accompanied by President Crooke of the Richmond Democratic Club John B Chenanlt and GoV McCreary drove over the city In an open carriage At the hqtel Mr Goobel was constantly surrounded by the Democrats and he was constantly on the move until time for the even ing meeting This was of itself the largest audience that has greeted a speaker here this year at least equal lag the one that heard Gov Stone of Missouri a few weeks ago Ills speech was an elaboration of afteruoon address and was applauded throughout It lasted one hour and a naif and at the closo he was given a grand ovation by ecoresof ladies and gentlemen who crowded up to meet him Thus in one day did Wm Goebel sur pass in numbers and in efficacy any pro vious ovent In tho history of Richmond TIlE IXTISODUCTION Gov McCreary Introduced 3Ir Goe bel in the afternoon in an ahlo and earnest address that was loudly applauded At night the Governor was called for but declined to keep the peo longerHon Tevis Cobbs Introduction of Mr Goebel was a little bit the smooth est thing of the kind ever heard here Mr Cobb as overy body knows was a life long admirer of John Young Brown supported him for Governor in his former race and always stood by him but the parting of the ways came when Mr Brown seeks to defeat his party nominees and Mr Cobb said he con sidered it the greatest honor of his life to present Mr Goebel on this occasion TilE LADIES Heras whore the ladies were Dr Vaughts office window Blank Blacks veranda and Iwindow six broad windows and lobby of State Bank Trust Co seven windows and two of SchlegePs Todds store door Col Cnnertons office windows and door three D K E windows Richmond National Bank entrance on pavement in front of stores onstairsway to Judge Brecks office In buggies carriages and and two leaned out of the court housftWindowoverlookingtheBpeakera stand PERSONAL lion J Tevis Cobb was in Louisville last week on business Mrs J O Neal of Moreland is visit lug relatives in Richmond Editor JB Steam or Nicholasvillc was n court day visitor and called at this office Mrs If M Rogers of Frankfort Ohio is visiting her mother Mrs Cur ran C Smith Misses Mamie and Sue JlcRoborts of Danville were the guests last week of Miss Julia higgins opticiAntober 5 ThurdaYl1ext Misses Fannie Shanks and Dollie McRoberts of Stanford are the guest of Mr and Mrs M M Miller Mr and Mrs J W Baker of Leroy Illinois fare spending several weeks with friends and relatives in this coun ty areiohthoevening of October 13 at Mason ic Temple Mr and Mrs W G Richardson of Junction City haye returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs G W Richardson this city J Mr Harry Moffett of Leb nona graduate of C U 93 was hero this week visiting friends Elsewhere is a notice of his fathers recent marriage OwsleTandVilhiamOOwsiey for the benefit of their health They motherrllrsRev Sanford V M Logan of Mid latelvocIcupiedBchoinrly mind elevated Mmto the Presidency of King CoRnge Va visit1igMrsdown with typhoid sever and her mother Mrs P W Carterjind J Kevin Carter are at lies bedside A postal threstlngeasierSlanford Dr and Mrs A Wilkes Smith gave a six oclook dinner last Wednesday iu hOI or of 1IP John II Chandler and toleavecomplimentMrs Rutherford Blanton Richmond hiss been here a few days teaching a workMissJenniewith her uncle Mr J M Hijgrin botnam and other relatlveshas returned to tinthrie Oklahoma Lancas ter Record IrEfrom 83 to 85 He is now teaching school and raising line fowls at Phil deUghtfnlftollow togatoUnlvenlltn hIkttheDirector of Orchestra and instructor of Miiiheragoaudaccomplishmentsteaching ItyMIlOtoherPowell brotherintaw ot the bride OnlyThursdaynextabode temporarily at the Hotel don groom last year located hfere hll8beelysiCladPObride loU i Oat lovi young Jiidy who Will La a VIbl4i MKMKHMt KXtiQ Mtd JthWNl MTliM iMti Ar li RELiIOOUS kf l 4 Ior Gi C Stocier will preach at Pond Church the IIi1 in this Sunfmonth V k MARRIED GUMM FniFFLET At the homo of the brides parents Mr awL Mrs Clifton Shifflet Miss Mrttti6iifflet and Mr Leo Guinni very j bpwlar couple vrcro united in marriage last Wednesday Rev Wilmersou iJIlciating4rheXi Lnjienq11MrMr Beecbam Lnrkey Miss Belle Bruce of Missouri prcUderi at the organ The brhlo vore aleciimingj wedding gown of white satin cu trains aud lace acoronet of white fijrgfitttH nols crowning her snowy brow Time maids wore suits of pink silk tho groom and groomsmen wearing tho conventional black After tho ceremony the bridal part drove to lrylnd to attend a handsome reception The prcsoiita were rous and IiandSom attisti g Itho esteem in which the happy couple are held by their many frien- dsBIRTHS llonEuvn K Moberly this coun ty is Imupy over arrival oft bouncing boy last week at his house TWINS To the wife of Albert Dozier of Union City on Sept 30 twins a bOy and girl were born May the parents always regard this as adonble blessing and ever honor the day their twins were born Officers For Primary The City Democratic Committee of which Mr Dudley Tribble is chairman has appointed these officers for the Democratic city primary to paine can JudgetI1Robt Little Clerk J Wade Walker Sherifl L P Todd and S P Deather ago Judges Court House B S Galvin Clerk i C D Pattlo Sheriff lien Bennett and Graudison Jenkins Judges City Hall Sam Kennedy Clerk B Joiinsn Sheriff L T Wilson and Joel Gentry Judges It Is easier to get money than to keep It 100 Reward 100 Tho readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Huns Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system theryby destroying the toundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have powersthatward for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEV Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75 cents 8lIalls Family Pills are the best I- rnPUBLICS4LL We the undersigned will offer for public theDturnpiket1Iy Oclotsr 17tt 19 followingdescribedmare mules three2yearold mare mules two yearold mare mules one suckling mare costheifers all bred to good bulLs one hlgbgrade cattlotwentyfive wesfortyylegrasswaeon two cultivators plows gear etc windingupGaines Everything to be sold without reserve WELLS GAINES Cattle For Sale I The undersigned has for sale 60 eders averaging 900 to 1100 Ibs and 40 long yearlings strictly good Address j c SILER Freachersrllle Lincoln county Ky ocU2vr Public Renting ON THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 1899 I will rent at public outcry on the premises 183 ACRES OF LAND on Silver Creek adjoining the lands of Josiah P Simmons 30 acres shall be put in corn and tobacco 63 acres In corn and 53 acres In small grain the balance in pasture This Is a most desirable place 7 miles from Richmond tobeJanuary I IBOh Renter to give a good note negotiable In bank This Is known as the Jack Turner farm iw WB SMITH A DISPLAY oF RI4r rIries1thfiltaShirt Fronts WE LAUNDER Theyhaveapface and keep their shape a long time Our LADIES LAUNDRY WORK has acquired an enviable rep utation among the fair sex both for its quality and price RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY Public Sale OF A FINE Tathsoli County Farm As Executor of Fountain bidIIderThursday Oct 599J at 10 oclock n m the farm recently occupied by Malinda F Rice decd lying on Richmond and Big Hill turn pike road less than a half mile frolDI town limits The farm contains 112 83= lOO ACRES and will be offered in parcels and as a moneyThotable dwelling necessary outbuildings splendid bearing orchard small fruits Ac well watered about 22 acres now in corn balance In grass also farm implementsThe cash January 1 1900 balance two paymentssix d twelve monthll- wllh from January 1 Posses sion given January 1 or sooner This is a desirable home for those having children to educate being in sight of Caldwell Hich School Madison Female UniversityAtsame sell as Executor of Mrs Malinda F Rice decd a lot of- Household and Kitcken Furniture half of crop consisting of 22 acres of corn in shock and 22 stacks of hay small crop of wheat and as agent Ed M Rice the remaining half of aboye named crop One pair extra 5yearold mare mules 1 pair nice Rvear old mare mules I extra 2 yearold yearling and colt 2 brood mares 2 milch cows 2 lingoTerms of salo septiO3w FOUNT RICE PUBLICSALEOF Uncl imd Ez nnM thr The Adams Express Company will highlfotbidder turdy Otaar 14 9 the packages remaining on hand un claimed or otherwise at its various ll1dVirtinlaList can be seen at Express office W F GARRETT Agt J W YOUNG Asst Supt B204v EQUALTO ANY EMERGENCY Time man is who has a good sound reliable carriage under him He can rest secure iu the thought that when he has one of our well made reliable hretons carriages runabouts whale bone speeders or road carts that come what may on the road his wagon never will give way We have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbertired Rich mond PropsKentucky P h 1 ALL STOVE UP 1 vfr When a man feels very badly he saJcIM j 1ALL STOVE UP He wishes on a cool yesterday that all his stoves were up There is a difference as you see in E STOVESThe greatest difference consists not so much in their first costas in their heating qualities No matter how much your stove costs if it 2 does not keep you warm or cook your food Kit is a nuisance Dont delay therefore to fget a stove + A GOOD ONEand the satisfaction will reward you when you ore cold and hungry It beats amother inlaw all to smash Now then we have a CarLoads of Stoves ready for your inspec tion Come while you iD B1Iji J gpmij + MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY ++ +++4+++ Cic ticj r P THE CELEBRATED n Burl o mrrJ Is the best article ever sold in Men s Footwear made in all the latest style toes at 350 400 450 500 ftt MADE Co cQr MADE I 1 ft e MADE BY TiiE MANSS SHOE The Hocker Bootee Made in colored or black Vici Kid Russia Box Smooth Box and Willow Calfall Velvet Kid lined made in Goodyear welt heavy double sole invisible cork at 500 is a winner 001It BY rilE MANsS SHOE MFG cr Agentsfor EtBBRA TED B TEE It will pay you to examine them carefully before buying elsewhere 1ftt 1 Oo r BY rHE MANSS sHOE rFGeo r r 1OO Y MrGC0 I iwfaHjiiM ti Bufc aM 1 CMiyittt ii e1 parUeaIar II = j DOllC82 ruBRUIT 1 III MaJn Str c It t 0 iBiGGEsT HUDiY EVER KNOWN IN RICHMONif TWO COMPLETE UNABRIDGED PERPRMANCES iiOR SHINE AT RIOHMOND MONDAY TilE MOST STUPENDOUS TREMENDOUS snows OF ALL EARTh k AMERICAS TWO GREATEST SHOWS IN OXK GRAND IMPERIALCOLOSSAIJCOMBIN 1110 J A BAILEY PETER SELLSLEWIS SELLS W W COLE Directing GENERAL OFFICE Madison Square Garden New York ComingDirect from its Tremendous Triumphs at Madison GloriolllyConquered II1IShowin Every Act Feature and Detail at the Exhibition her IIAI1 Qter h ws Dwarfaa by Crnprin1- THINK OH IT- o ett CDo tttaq 5 CDo tno omcs XDoTtoisBums tot5 Saws 3DO Sited Pan cs ALL UNITED AND MERGED uNTO ONE VALT MAM MOTH MAGNIFICENT ENORMOUS AGGREGATION rUtL Y REAtIZUlG THB 1LIIOIIM r MIUI Here Exaggeration First Meets Defeat and Language Ci not Equal Fact Here Magnitude and Merit Size tlll Greatness Quality and Quantity Immensity and 111 terestare Twin Giants of such Ponderous Prop1 tions that they may not be Measured by Words Gauged by the Standards of any Previous Exhibit it in the Show History of the World ooo NOX at fa mas soo f C eam tlj WOODARDS SEAL AND SEA LION ORCHESTRA Three Herds of Prodigious Performing Elephants The UoThe Shows Theatres Gymnasiums and Arenas of the Woi il all have been depleted of their Star Performers t complete the Programme of this Circus Celebration Ilf the Last Year of Earths Greatest Century TOO MANY CHAMPIONS TO BE NA IEDaf a LAA AATT Street Parade I + + + + + + + ++ ++ +444 CHAMPION ATHLETES CHAMPION ACROBATS CHAMPION EQUILIBUKI CHAMPION SALTATO1UALISTS CHAMPION ROUGH RIDE CHAMPION LEAPLRS CHAMPION EQUESTRIANS of both sexes JHAMAION GYMNASTS CHAMPION AERIAL1STS CHAMPION RACEItStCHAMPION BICYCLISTS CHAMPION CONTORTIONISTS and CHAMPION in every field of SKILL and STRENGTH and vertible CONGRESS OF CHAMPION CACHINVTORY CLOWNS SEE THE COMIC SUSA BAND TTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT rand Free + +Tar Surpassing in Grandeur any Previous Pageantry Spectacles or Public Processions Bewildering in tIIBrilliancy Gorgeous in Glitter and Irrides cent in its Scientillations rJPIINtI cs- aT RAIN OR SHINE Voder AttoMtlr Teals Wrtcrpnol IAftmMM at 2 Ilt8 Beers Ipi fee tar Earlier 5000 Seats ffgfcti8 Light Day Day and Night Shows AHb rlEMEMBEIi6ao Ticket Admits to Ml the Combined Show 3Nb Raise in Prfc S1 Jnaa 50cuMsrSMIflgs 21 I c c IeuUy Reaervd NulllberedCQuponSeat iJlbe sold on the day of M Miadleton rutoreI iiI i F I A WOMANS FOOTING is firmly established if she wears the ZIEGLAR BROS SHOES l I Iwt They possess all the comfort of on ojd pair of slippers but arc made on the most stylish lasts anti have the dainti est look Imaeinalite We have just re tiived our first fall shipment for this I season of the above named goods and have them in all widths anti In the latest mats Prices 2vOO to 400 j This line is wellknown to the wearers of fine shoes Tablets fi ITHIS IS THE TIME PEOPLE I f begin think of buying sHoEsShoes for them t selves shoes for the children We arc prepared showingLfis the of the trade at small prices Shoes for everybody All styles are stylish Our immense business proves we please patrons and we can please you Come once and you will coiieagarn RI A njn r rLPROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY 1 FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON IN MENS AND BOYS S 1ta CL0THING c rWE are prepared to clothe you with the rightly made absolutely allwooldothing in America Hightlymade as it Is of the famous Vitals Brand the only ReadytoWear Clothing Tailored on a filrictly scientific basis in clean well vent lated workrooms Porfect fitting ansi wearresisting because the iiisiiin the Vitals the very life of the garment is carefulness in making represents the expenditure of time and thought and Is a j fiothinill roen this season Many confined exclusively to us In the face of the above facts The most extraordinary feature combining our great offerings is that we can and do p sell our Clothing at less money ELsIltv1feRE How can we afford to sell such highgrade Clothing for less money than elsewhere Our nnswer is pure and simple Ours is a modern store constructed strictly on plans our Clothing is sold on tho smallest margin of profit depending on n large volume of business The more Clothing we sell tho greater our purchasing power the Ioweronr prices thats the story in a nutshell Covington Mitchell DIgestos Dyspepsia posit ivoly cure Dyspepsia Indigestion aul all stotrch troubles 25c a box at all Irtid1 or Standard Pharmacal CoDetro5k A Wt We letter is written with uttit WHtegsml for future possibilities to cream that that LowestPriced progressive Every well man hath hit ill day When a bit oil or when seriously ill you should take Hoods Sarsaparilla and got well The man whose mind in not made up should never air his opinions in public tt r THE COMING TOfQr r lI Stook are oming in Bigger and better than ever before All our famous cialties besides exclusheA General Merchandise Black Goods In this department is to be found the larg est handsomest and most varied assortment oftRlnfl Goods ever brought to this market have just opened another line of Blistered Cre pons beautiful designs in both Silk and Mohair A full line of Lupins Cheviot the best Chev jots made Broadcloths Venetian Prunella Cloths Wool Poplins and Serges We take plcasurc ill showing these goods whether you 1 wish to purchase or not We quote a few prices a 40c All woo henriettaworth 50c p GOs Allwool ilenriettaworth 75c 75c Allwool Sponged Cheviot85c quality llij n B Wnllll iijJ1Bt n T New lines of Felt and Stitched Cloth Walking Hats hand Jsomely trimmed These are the newest things for fjrRider eflectB in pearl gray with white scarf and S25rstvlish Cloth lint Rough Rider 1jasr SEEOUR 50 COTTOIITOWELSBIEjS POUT OF TOWN ORDERS r If yon are In need of Millinery or anything in Dry Goods r Carpet Shoes or notions write to us for samples or informa huh which will be cheerfully given as wo have correspond 4r ents to answer such letters CLOTHING rWehave received our complete stock of Mens and Chil and Overcoats we will be pleased to show t our customers Boys School Suits selected with special con r sideration for and durability Thousands corning in ranges of quality suitaldeforall classes btyoand neatness aro a part of every ono of them SHOES Our stock of Shoos is larger tbaU over Wo inc vile an inspection III cJepectfvhl Submitted to Cash Trade ELDERc tIo c li o 1 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 4 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist Democratic club meets tomorrow night Bob Gillon at Slate Lick has a tomato vine twelve fcctfour inches long The Sun Life Insurance Co has a newlocal manager B J Williams hay ing resigned The comedy event of the season will beUA Breezy Time At Opera house tonight John B Chonaults Joe Watts se cured fourth money inthe 228trot at Louisville last Wednesday Democratic primary to nominate councilman and chief tif police occurs tomorrow week October 12 Elders millinery opening was a revelation in the way of styles prices varieties and quantities of ladies head wearflirain Peters an old Uuion soldier died at his home near Wagersville Es tillcounty Saturday last Death was due to a stroke of paralysis An ice cream supper will bo given at Boggs school house next Saturday night Every body invited to attend Proceeds to go to school library 5000 is the value in bulk of the fur garments one of a kind that willbe shown you at the Busy Bee Cash Store Fur Opening October 9th and 10 2t There is something to amusesome thing to instruct something to entertain something to please but nothing to offend or bore IIIuA Breezy Time At the Opera house tonight There is laughter for the laughable music for the musical and much to commend and patronize in the perfor mance of A Ureery Time At White Bush Opera house tonight If you intend buying anything in Fur Goods for fall dont fail to see the Busy Bee Cash Store Fur Opening Oc tober 9th and 10th This display of fur goods will bo the largest ever shown in Richmond 272t The pupils of the Green Oak school will give an entertainment in the lied House church Friday evening Octo ber the 6th Exercises will began at 7 oclock All are cordially invited Admission 15 cents Adam Forepaugh and Sells Brothers circus at Lexington Oct 11 One fare for the round trip all stations Williams town to Junction City via Queen Crescent route Tickts sold October 11 good to return October 12 Ask your agent for particulars Four hundred choice pure bred Plymouth Rock cockerels and pullets for sale at60 cents each or5 per dozen They will cost you Si each after Dec 1 Eggs 15 for 50 cents Ins II II COLYER sept20tf Richmond Ky Our band furnished music for the Paris street fair last week The Lan caster Becord says The Lancaster band has a severe case of too much courting and has gone the way of most all amateur organiza tions Cheap Rates to Cincinnati On account of the National Conven tion Christian churches at Cincinnati October 13 to 20 the Louisville Atlantic R R will sell round trip tickets to that city October 121416 and 17 with final limit October 21 at rate of one fare for the round trip C M BROWNING G P A Rev Sweeneys Speech Elder Zach Sweeney Republican can didate for Auditor and Hon C F Bur nam spoko at the court house on Monday The room will hold people In a push but on this occasionas there was a greater attraction outside Mr Goebelthe house was notonly not filled but a Republican and a Democrat who were there tell us that there were not over 200 persons present halt of whom were negroes Granted there were Soil present Goebels crowd was 16 to 1 larger as 5 000 people were on their feet listening to him Mr Sweeney is ratedas a fine stumper and we sincerely regret we could not have heard jiis speech The Louisville Distress lied so badly about Goebels crowd that we cannot trust to its report for information Mr Sweeney should come when theres no one to divide the crowd Public Sale As administrator of Wm Williams doceasedon his late premises 7 miles t north of Richmond onebat mile east of Red House I will offer on Saturday Ot 14 at 10 a in sharp to the highest I and best bidder the lollo wing property 41 Soutbdown ewes bred aud 2 bucks trom A Benick and Garrett Bros1 b herds To be sold in lots of 5 One yearling steer two yearlinp heifers nine fat hogs one mule hogfrom Jones k Silver Creek herd one No 1 tnare and mule colt one 2yearold mare mul- elone cow IandI stacks bay onehalf of 1 acres of cora in shock One road wagon one bngjfv h Farming implements consisting of owe hay rake one Walter A Wood mower ono 8addle I Terms Credit to Jan lOWVith out tereston 10 and over Cash Ic t JIaBdorun under 10 f W A WIUUXET Admr 1 Age wriBk 8 the mint ts oe th4 I I Uie C iICI h t i Mr Slouffer For Council Mr J B Stoufler yielded to a persia tent appeal to run fur the council in the University Ward He is the oldest merchant in Richmond a successful business man and will get votes to faro you well See announcement A Paper at Paint Lick It was reported on the streets here Monday that a newspaper was to be established at Paint Lick this county If the grazing is as short in that end of the county as it is here the editor will find the picking pretty dry Its the easiest thing in the World to start a paper and anyone can get out the first few issues but when the steep bills of time are encountered those who start Into fill the long felt want will find that nils not gold that glitters especially in the newspaper JdLancaster Record A Brilliant Young Attorney Mr Robert E Roberts a native of Texas has moved to this city and has opened a law office in the Moberley Building Mr Roberts is no stranger here having been graduated from Cen tral University in 89 and taught there for several years lie was subsequent ly graduated from the law department of thexelebratod University of Miss our i and recently taught the languages in the Jackson Collegiate Institute He has been however a close student and practitioner and his native intelligence education and experience equip him admirably for his profession His true worth is concealed from casual observation by his modesty but having fifteen years knowledge of the man we commend him heartily to the confidence of this people A Manly Way to Hit Em on the Head This letter was sent to Louisville yesterday by a Brown Democrat who heard Mr Goebels speech here on MondayRichmond Ky Oct 3 1899 Editor D patch Louimlle Ky SlrSome months since Iordered your paper through the CLIMAX at Rich mond Jand have been following blindly the policy of the paper as to the regular nominees of the Democratic party until within the past month I have come to the conclusion that you are wilfully and corruptly trying to deceive antI mislead the Democracy of the State and I desire to withdraw my patonage though humble it may be from its support I am not willing for it to come to my address and hope yon will discontinue it I have paid for it until March 1900 but you are welcome to the advance paymentRespectfully H K MELLON College Hill Ky To Residtjn Louisville Mr John H Chandler left on Friday for Louisville where he will practice law in partnership with Mr Van Norman a recent distinguished graduate of Central University and tier law depart ment Their office is 327 5th street opposite court square one of the best localities in Louisville Jn severing his connection with this city where he resided for about eight years Mr Chandler has heard many expressions of friendship and respect and of sincere regret at his departure Although a young man ho hag made himself felt for good in all the activities of life and in all he has discharged lila part with honor to himself andcredit to his intelligence antI chI Cter Asa student as a professor in the study and practice of law in society and in church In business In literary clubs and elsewhere he has concluded himself in a way to win the plaudits of those who honor talented selfmade self respecting gentlemen And the well wishes of all these friends accom pany Mr Chandler to his new home satisfied that they will not wait long for tidings of a repetition of the successes he achieved here Will Bank Stock be Assessed Will the City Assessor attempt to assess the National Bankstock held by individual holders thereof for municipal purposes this year Tile Supreme Court recently held thac Louisville and other cities in Kentucky could not assess national hanks the same as the state banks are assessed In view of the mixed condition of affairs the City Attorney ot Louisville has advised the assessor that ho can compel individual holders to pay and addressed the Ltd lowing letter tQ the presidents of the national banks of Louisville HOLEPROOF SHOES for boys or girls school wear You know the youngsters delight in kick 11t ing their Shoes to pieces Well we are prepared for them with our 1Little Giant School Sloes Mothers say they never saw such long wearing Shoes It is plain as a t pikestaff that you cannot do bettor AA than get a pair for Johnnie Of course weve Shoes for every Abody but thats another story Office of me City Assessor Louisville Ky Sept 23DerSir Under the laws and ordinances governing the taxation of banks in this citv I ant reo Quired to assess the stock in national banks to the Individual holders thereof For the purpose of making a uniform assessment of this property it is neces sary for me to obtain a list of the va aious stockholders in the national banks in thiacity The City Attorney instructs me that under Section 2tOQf the Revised Statutes of the United States I can ob a list of the names and residences of the shareholders and the number of shares of stock hold by each of them in your bank front you 1 deeire to obI tain such a list to soon M ci1vel i and will send an Assessor ttt eecUrh same from you dt any tithe you hiay specify betWeeu iiow iiid Octobr 16 or I would bb aU lit you would enclose me a copy of same iii yrIie eon venienee K ei eetfHlly i DjT MUEfHY Aseeior We kiiri Ie k- Ili j j g Ii 1 t 1 u Whatever You do Doat Fail to Attend Ute Busy Bee Cash Store Fur Opening Oct 9 and 10 The representative of one of the larg est Fur manufactures of Detroit Mich igan will bo in Richmond October 9th and 10th for the purpose of giving a Fur Opening At the Busy Bee Cash Store There will be representative in this line all the latest things in collar ettes capes wraps jackets and every thing else that is in favor this season and made out of fur The ladles of Madison and adjoining counties wilt miss a rare treat if they fail to see this magnificient Fur Dis play as all the HighClass fine novel ities wilt bo shown as well as all the medium priced and cheaper grades Dont forget the date of this Grand Fur Opening October 9th and 10th at the Busy Bee Cash Store Is the L N Really Guilty The Democrats of Ford all of whom desired to attend the GoebelBlack burn speaking here September 30 applied to the L N fora special train to bring them here so they would lose only half a day from their work and the Railroad Company flatly refused to con sider the matter though the Ford people were willing to pay well for the train yet on the dayof the county con vention hern it is well known that the L N furnished special train free of charge for the Hardin voters to come from Ford Doesnt that look like the L N is in politics some Winches ter Democrat A Beautiful Memorial A beautiful memorial has been erected to the memory of the late Col James Blythe which is certainly a very handsome as well as substantial speci men of monument architecture It is on the Sarcophagus style in shape and classical in every detail of the design even the markers all match in good taste giving a very pleasingand symmetri calappearance to the whole lot The monument is made from a select quality of extra white and one of the best New England granites and is about 8 feet long at base It was designed and executed by J S Clark Co the wellknown monument architects and dealers of Louisville Ky who have works also in Vermont and have erect ed many of the largest and finest mon uments in the State Cutting at Kingston Aserious cutting affray occurred at Kingston on Friday night and as a result Ed Winkler will probably die As far as we can learn the difficulty origi nated through the refusal of Mrs Wink ler to laundry Whites clothes certain remarks it is alleged that were dis paraging of White being uttered bv Winkler and circulated in the neighbor hood It was only a trifle but White felt aggrieved and it Is said went to Winklers house on Friday night and called him out When he came out of his gate so we hear White staboed him in theabdomeu with a dirk The wound ed man is in a precarious condition one of his physicians being of the belief that he cannot recover White remained in the vicinity for an hour and was not molested after wards departing and is stilt at large Both parties are white LATKRWiuker died Monday Paid The Policy BKHEA Kr Sept 20 1899 Mutual Reserve Fund Life Asssociation New York Dear SirsVo have this day received through your agent Mr J W Cba ney of this place your check for 2700 balance duo on poly No 315569 beld byour son James W Ames deceased 8300 having been voluntarily advanced to us soon after his death none of which according to the terms of the contract would be due for about days yet We desire also to express our gratitude for the courtesy and consideration granted to us and for the promptness with which this claim has been adjusted and paid and It will be our pleasure at any time io recommend the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association to our neighbors and friends who may desire economical and reliable insurance Very truly yours GEOUGRAMES MALISSA AMES A Slick Yeung Fellew Caught For sometime past Lnther Creek more 19 year old son oC NB Creek more of the Be tea neighbornood has been systematically obtaining money in small sums from the Farmers National Bank of this city by presenting checks drawn in the name of DG Bales and Pleas Evans farmers of the Berea locality who had money on deposit in the bank On Thursday last the young man called for a much larger sum than usual and the bank officers became suspicious and upon Interrogating Creekmore they found him more or less tangled up In his replies to their questions The janitor was sent for a policeman and Creekmore was detained through the diplomacy of the cashier until the officer arrived when soiq speak the whole bottom dropped out of Creekmoros slick ftclwme and ho was taken to jail The total amount ot the checks WM only about f170 of which the last cheek drawn but not cashed was f60 CreekhkHe says hewasbired by another pty ft pet the money on the checks It lasb extremely difficult to obtain any tofoei rtoaoa the subject tUt llrtpertarnotlfe h4 c 1 flL ii Ij INDUCEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY AT THE Busy Bee Cash Store eZ Xssk Sko Rcmo 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 ofour fall stock The beauty of our EnglandGermanyNever 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 Kentucky will be shown to a custo mers this fall that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN DRESS GOODS I We are very fastidious about our Dress Materials they must be of the most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste We are offering a line ot beautiful all wool mixtures double width and pretty and stylish for 1Jo per yd worth 39- Wo are showing the handsomest line of Crepons in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd up the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at 248 per yd We are showing a complete line of Venetians Broadclothaand nIl weaves adapted to tailormade suitings Our prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to he Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get the latest bargains out BOOTS AND SHOES The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use our knife in this department anti we have cut to the heart in every line We never had a more complete stork of Children School Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes Ladies Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens and Boys Boots and everything to be found in a firstclass shoe store and prices we are naming ou them are moving them out in Bags Carts and Wag ons Dont wait to get your shoes come now We are agents for the Regina Shoe it is made on all the new style lasts and it is tho best 300 shoe fog ladies in the market Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes CLOAKS AND WRAPS Wo have one entire room in our great store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap Department All the Eastern and ourli perlyd CLOTHINGi bargainYou pricesbefore competitionWbilo upLadles AniericailLady We extend to and all cordial invitation thisGreat Bargain the market both and west had at prices reach of Bring wagons you leave the low prices we your buggy hold weii OLIJIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN a a For Sale A blacksmith stand and house and lot near Kingston For further partic ulars call on or address D D PEXXIXOTON 1m Kingston Ky Died iu South Carolina Wm Ellja Yates son of Robert and Minerva Yates deceased died at his home in Chester S C on Sep tember 22 48 years Deceased was a native of Madison county where ho leaves many relatives and friends Important Legal Question About Voting Quite a nice legal point was raised here yesterday in regard to the legality of a vote There is a man in the county whose twenty first birthday is on the 8th of November The is on the 7th The question is will ho be entitled to a vote The opinion prevails among the attorneys to whom the matter has been referred that should be to vote They say the courts have so decided tho question It is that a person whose brtthday is on the 8th completes tho on the 7th Anderson News Big Democratic Club Organized Pursuant to a call in last weeks CLIMAX the Democrats ot assembled at the court house on Thursday night last and an of the Richmond Democratic Club was effected It was a miserable drizzling night and many on that account were compelled to remain in doors Others who had not heard of the proposed meeting expressed regret at being absent and new names have been added to the roll Hon B Crooke was nominated by Judge Rice for President the having been chiefly instrumental in the call and or ginizatlon of the Club Gov McCreary nominated Judge Rice JS Col lins for Vice Presidents and H Hi Clarence E Woods find R Lee Davis fot Secretaries The committee on Constitution and Bylaws WaS appolptedi Hon W B Smith Chairman Go Vi McCreary W R Letcher H C Riceand 0 E Woods All the foregoing nominations were adopted unanimously Itftet which tire following wefe appointed to solicit membership in the Club R E Roberts attorney at law J Hc Kennedy Win JandMe W Allman ONeil IJerry Feony aud Dudley otherwise determined the Club will meet every htat the court house Stirtinsr iMrwsB we made by lions B NcOe ryf W B Smith RH Crooko inii tfeHtmostenthusi asm manifested The Clubs care began under wwpi iow circumstances and grwrt pwe r for good in tbi campaign Ia or eottiity kfclslativ and State Ue4 M awi baI1h and McCrewry Mkd Mr Gmbd to OffS Mfld 4dr the otn 04t XOOOtlJ tight feriJi in the after nooti is order dwt ail tbotw especIal- OIW btt y aeiTirtiv M2tft have M ppo n C II7i ti t I partment of our store All the new Jackets Golf Capes Childrens Jackets c that are in favor this season we are showing and our prices suit everybody You can buy a handsome Silk Lined Jacket or Cape from us at the same price a cheap ono would cost you elsewhere Dont fail to visit onr Cloak Department look through it see many new things whether you want to buy or not Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait on you All Domestic Goods are being wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of You can save money on each anti every item purchased in this Department Good Cali coes that make nice comforts and dresses are only 3Jfc per yd All best brands Indigocs and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells themGood 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 8Jc per yd Good Percales 5c better Percales 7c per yd Flannels ydGood in gray red and blue at 8c Jeans lOc yd Good Bed Ticking 5c per yd Best Bed Ticking 10 and 12c per yd Best Lancaster and Amoskcag Apron Gingham 5c per yd Nice Dress Gingham 5c per yd Better grades 7 and8c per yd Our Bleach and Cottons are being wrapped tip at very low prices in order to make room Bring yonr wagons and load them up they wont be as low again this season one a to visit Mart best affords to here everyone so many goods when are naming that wont them sept27 Collins age election lIe allowed claimed year Richmond organization dreary Harris and Colyer named Unless Thursday J will bea remah 4dNM Lost A handsome double case stemwind ing gold watch with the letters W WaB engraved oc case A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to this office Cr- sptSOtf A T CHBNAULT New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful ot wall papers and have Mr W L Leeds a artist to hang and decorate rooms to suit all tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aug23tf Low Rates via L N One fare for the round trip to Cincinnati October 12 1416 and 17th final limit October 21 account National Con vention ol Christian church One fare for round trip to Lexington October 3rd to 14th limit October 10th account Trotting Meeting IIood llIII Do not gripe nor irritate the alimen tary canal They act gently yet promptly cleanse effectually and Give csfeigSold by all druggists 25 cents It is more difficult to command than to obey On the 10th of December 1897 Rev SA Donahoe pastor N EOhurcb South Pt Va contract etl a severe cold which was attended from the beginning by violent cough jug He sls After resorting to a number of socalled specifics usually kept in the house to no I pur chased a bottle of Chamberlands Cough Remedy which acted like a charm Imo t cheerfully recommend it to the public For sale by Perry 4 Thomas oct4lm Ambition Is the daughter presump tion The most stubborn cases of Bron chills succnmh to ouseens Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas oct4lm The mind Is ill at eqse when its com ptiulim lisa the colic That Joyful Fcelln With the exhilarating sense of re Bealth and strength and internal clean liriess follows the use of Syrup ollFi 8 is unknown to the few who have not progressed boyou the old tiipe niedicines and the cheap substitutes sometimes offered but never accepted by the welt informed Buy the conujne Mtnufacturl by the by the California Fir Syrup Co I Our minds are never at homo but ever bevomtiliome I wish to express tny thanks to the Hwintifectnrers of Chamberlains Colic ChoWa and Diarrhoea Remedy for put OB mRrJ ettiCh a won d4HaT t1lclneJ8flv8 Wr Mae r iipW o J lesuaOiit Texas TjjMVarA I OiM n 3g of mother 9M i1ca hays DeelJ saved fresiMics o- tdeMrfaadr Iemlisun ws- iiitrI jtceIthstkfsI 1ii 1ers bPevranH t f 0 II1 L t t Department is the talk of the entire county We are selliftg good suits for men at 248 Mens good heavy Cassi mere Pants The a pair Our line of Childrens Knee Pant Suits is very complete We are showing all the new things in favor this season Our Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high on our coun ing line that we dont handle from the We are showing an Elegant Line of Carpets Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs e in our Carpet Department These goods are new fall importations no old carried over goods Our prices In this to see our Oilshades and Lace Curtains we have a choice selection for this fall season We have the best selected line of Ladles Childrens and Mens Underwear that will be shown you this sea son Our Ladies Union Suits at 25c each are worth 50c Childrens Vests Mens Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests and Pants 25c each most stylish corset used Every Cor set warranted Get our prices on Trunks Valises Hats and Caps Umbrellas Ladies Underskirts Ladies Dress Skirts c we will save you money and show you the best line in the city The east be the your as you will buy former Brown line skilled which the Btiy During the winter of 1897 Mr James Reed one of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay Clay countyW Va struck his leg against a cake of ice in such a manner as to bruise it severely It became very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches He was treated by physicians also used several kinds of liniment and two and a half gollons of whisky in bathing it but nothing gave any relief until he began using Chamberlains Pain Balm This brought almost a complete cure irt a weeks time and be believes that bad to be be amputated Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains bruises and rheu inatiern For sale by Perry It is always better to astonish a man than it is to bore him Dizziness loss of appititc flatulency and nausea are all connected with dys pepsia or indigestien Herbine will give prompt relief Price 50c Perry Thomas oct4lm Reputation may be a bubble but only a fool tries to burst it Good News for Oar Readers Who have scrotum taints in their blood and who has not Scrofula in all its forms is cured by Hoods Sarsa parilla which thoroughly purifies the blood This frequently appears iu children la greatly to be dreaded It is most likely to affect the glands of the neck which become en larged eruptions appear on the hoed and lace and the eyes are frequently affected Upon its first appearance per Imps in slight eruptions or pimples scrofula should be entirely eradicated from the system by a thorough course of Hoods Sarsaparilla to prevent all the painful and sickening consequences of running scrofular sores which drain tho system sap the strength and make existence utterly wretched 1m When a wise man makes a mistake it teaches him something Thousands of the most stubborn and- distressing cases of piles have been cured by Tablets Buckeye Pile Oint ment It never fails to cure lrico SOc irt bottles tabes 75 cents Perry Thomas oct4lm A wise woman doesnt find fault with her cook in hot weather Sad Blo 4 Cuto FTM Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the NogeEye Lip Ear Neck Stomach Legs or Arms are- allcurablelJy n B n Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to curs all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Dlood and Skin Blem ishes Swofula that resist other treatments are quickly cured by lJt 15 Botanic Blood Blui I kin Eruptions Pluiples Red Itt iilnr Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hen eo easily cured by ll B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven froui tim system by B B B Botanic Blood Balm in one tc five months U B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison Ont not He it in angease iorsnle by- mJrtigistM1varyWlMra i Large bOttlei Ir six for LfreestmpJE bottte whkttlIt tIme aem betaJ1 mall Whesyqu wtbedeicrisvaipt- ow M Mn tneiI kivIc 1U be give A PisyABiimC- o4MifrhsU jl t jF n r i 1111 r 7r Whites Cream Vermifuge is a highly valuable preparation capable from tho promptitude of its action of clearing the system in a few Hours of every worm Price 25 cents Perry and Thomas oct4lm A wise man ncvertells his neighborsiwhat his experience cost For all fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subject or in animal as a dressing Ballards SIIOW Liniment is excellent while for sores on work ing horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating qualities are unequaled Price 25 and COc Perry Thomas ocWlm Ignorance in a homely girl is sweet simplicity in a pretty one Had a Magic Touch LEXINGTON KvSnpt 28 1800 W E Bryan of this place has been a great sufferer from stomach trouble He had severe pains in the stomach and also over his eyes lie began tak ing Hoods Sarsaparilla which in his 4 case as in many others seemed to have a magic touch lIe took several botrtles of it and is cured Chance gives us relations but wo must make our own friends Nature can only feed the flamo of life with the food eaton which is digested j Herbine will reinvigorate a weak stomach and so improve digestion as to insure tho natural bloom of health Price 50a Perry Thomas oct4 1m Ho who rules with a rod of iron 4should select a malleable one What docs it profit a womtJn if sho gain the whole world of knowledge and vlose tier own health Youny women students nnd school teachers eager ambitious and full of energyvery often neglect their health in the struggle to gam education They eat insufficient food anti at irregular hours they al low irregularity of tho womanly lime lions to be established and the result is that they become chronic invalliils with nil their education practically worthless There is a plain road bin to health for such as these mailed by the feet of thousands It is the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for disease of the stomach and digestive and nutritive organs and Dr PieiceH Favorite Prescription for disease f the delicate organs of womauhoud A euro so certainly follows the use of these remedies that out of hundreds of thous ands who have tried the treatment nineeight in every hundred have been perfectly and permanently cured Con stipation with Its calamitous consequences which Is a common ailment of students can bo enterely cured by the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Many men court distinction bnt tho wedding day dawns lor thifesv Tetter Saltllheum and Eczema The intense itching and met dent to these diseases is instantly allayed Chamberlains arid Skis Ointment Many very bad lasos have been permanently cured by it It inqualllefficiont itching piles and a for sore nipples cfeapfed hands chflfchibw frost tad sore eyes Xcte per box DrCM Cstis wJer are wlMt lMne Bcefla when in baa eoaje Tete Wood purifier acd venattng They are JIOt but im iopuu J ew PriDe itjF spiiij t 0 Fw r 0 4 J i S fJt W r 1 41i t I I r J II1I r r f I i WIIi 8o B1 B1 R if t tTilU sblu No1 G3 Taking Effect Sun J day Juno 111899 II Ut Class 2d Class N 3 No 8 Ex SuulBi Sun Ex Ban 4 LMPMAMYruillea 2t IS Nicholftsvlllo 1102 133 63 Valley View II 26 800 7 5S Million U 8 la 830 Richmond It aa IIQI I M ItUnlo 12 13 10 00 10 Brasfctt g 30 Linobi 3S I II joe 10 1a N2No4 No No 1- 0WrT i lSuu1Rxth1ii BiSon SVrRnh H r M PM A it Irvine 141 II M 4 pn1i s in 15 Br nficM 2 1IthI4ey 2711 U Villon 2 32 ltichlnnd1 6 ell 2 1 2 I 6 to S I 305 Valley Vltnr f tI 3 31 3 4- 1NIcloI4iIIe I 51 3 M 4 30 rtflet 7 40 4 n 6 10 A11 Pt P ai P M train eonnwt with Louisville Southern trius to ami fiom LouimitUs All train connect with C N 0 T P trains to ami Irom Cincinnati ROCK Train Dispatcher W II ADAMS Superintendent Sf6YRUPF t l r 1 2 ISt 9 I 0 E1c1I tJ Z 0S 1 g r 1J 1 0c IrIon S naz cJn t2 I n t2 1- g r t2 8 = = s c oggog g s o gggggggg = r= = = r= cIf Q J 0-H tt 1 C q1 jC Q g ItjS g 1 4Jr- T4 0 It-c g rT4c ii EisQQ ro0 w atJjassesses 0H uj EE 2U ess t raeesDR CALDWEL- L3tVRLP CURES INDIGESTION PEPSI 1IZLUiOZETRAL ShORT LINE TO 1New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Toariit Car leaves Imh ville every Thursday night and runs through to San FranciKco- Aik your ticket agent for particulars or write te U I Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent yFree Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans A H HANSON WAI A KELLONDIQ P A Chicago A 0 1 ACTS GENTLY ON THE KiDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS rEANSES THE SYSTEM rEFFECTUALLY fLS rfVEf1SOVERCOMES tiA GON511PATION PERMANENTLYITS t11 ICIAL BVX THE GtNUIMt MAIiro b- YiINIA jIG- pulLe 5YRVP e Qr roll eaaGIsT ru ao ruc JanSly P troniZB llo ma Im uranc 1 Insure your dwellings barns and all other property in the Blue Grass Insurance Company of Ky a home institution Gives protection against Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most relbble company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper ever year as long as you continue In the compan For farther information call on their agent and collector 8 It B BLACK Attorneyat Law Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court House next door to State Bank Trust Co second floor J M CABTER Pres mayZlly C C BOSWOETH Secy Frulsbrt Cfostoi R iIyI nfl Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 20J 6 20 Lve Richmond Ar 7 20 2 M 7 09 Winchester 11 42 6 18 25 8 45 Mayavllle8 30 5 40 930 Paris 840 510 6 17 1023 Georgetown 750 4 28 7 10 11 20 Ar Frankfort Lye 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets via ParisJNEWTEK G PA County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Monday Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scott county third Mon day Panville Boyle county third Monday Kicholasville Jessamine cnnnty third MondayWinchester Clark county fourth MondayVersailles Monday woodford county fourth un ooeGIIeoeoseg- o It O lGOG S 5 o o I I I I I AS e oQ Oaa0 00CO THIS VVEEKSu00e ee 3 j cs li SlJ8cioileodUfS il o 1 so c 110 DONT FORGET ITno Qosc PoI g AA i earatee 5ae ou aXV 5m r taeas 0lOIce Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash I Icg E Crepons Piques Ginghams and f Percales TER PRICES All going at SLAUGH e jIB mfflB1J Thij 1thia5 eV 5SU- Ses e s CUT PRICES ON ALL g 0SS Co a JUMMBRUN ERWBR U 1 1 0eSC S3 oe II a Seg JO Womens Tan and Black Oxfords regular i price 150can be purchased in the a 5 snextTEN DAYS for 100 All others greducedQa Qa SC 005 5 10 0 Q E iB9BThJTjB1 IDn illJBnY 5S s S c ti All sizes good quality at a COST And remember our III ao vs Clothing Suits complete at o ca Wholesale Prices s CS CV Qo SS 00 GOill nJillTIIDi fin J O mDi I tc Take advantage of this Reia i c 00 aUCtIon Sale Come to Mc toIjoUII save money Respectfully QV tch 00 o flJ OWEN MCKEEnil 14 f- CH ccJ Itifr ott t ii=y A REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGNER SPEAKS HERE AND FORGETS TO LEAVE TOWN IIOIklllsvilleIMr John Felnnd of epoko nt Klctimoiul on Sopt 19 to nn audlencri of about Sol of whom over hnUweie colored Al d Ie didnt lonvd for five days Why Dont mention ill Ho IRA jsIiy tnt fol low a pleasant speaker with a power ful voice hut is too lazy tired or tOO natured seemingly to abuse his opno noutt at bfBt only is a superficial thinker if his effort here id a fair sample of his ability HIP dtcript on f the Louisville convention was it humorous word picture thou ht not inrritorioiiR for its orijriimliiV whilst his coraparibon of candidate Taylor to Garfield nn I Lincoln WitS absurd ns it siiovrvd a similarity in only one point all were horn of poor parent a fact that applies equally to Mr Gitebel whose splendid upward rise from pover ty and obscurity Mr Feland pattihly forgot to mention lie declared that he had rather his young sons poe3 sod nil the vires of drinking gambling snoking nodcltowlugwhich Mr Gao bel isaid to bo free from than that they should ever he compelled a Mr Goebel was to kill n man J his he de clared thougl he guardedly admitted ho would not its judgment upon GoeLels guilt or innocence of murder when tho latter killed Sanford This etyle of magnifying the unfor tunate event in Mr Goebels careerfor which he was cleared was tidiculous as it was too palpably demagogic Mr Feland occupied but little time with live issues and merely skimmed over Slate questions except the Goebel Law and the Election Commission from whpse decision he said there was no appeal which is a misrepresentation of facts He practically admitted tho L N R Rwas behind the Drown movement although such statement was superfluous He condemned the Railroad Commission and dealt In a lot of pure buncombe about the blessings- of railroads whose legitimate opera ion no sensible man opposes Ho stated that Democrats had failed to itemize their general charges of mismanage ment of State affairs this in tho face of the notorious scandals that have been unearthed by Inspector Lester and Governor Uradleys dismissals of Republican officials for negligence met ficiency and corruption Mr Feland simply addressed him self to the ignorant and not to the in tellfgent portion of his audience in most of his speech At the same time it was amusing to observe his effort to stir up the negroes and ingratiate himself with tho Confederate soldiers the latter by eulogizing the heroism of one of their number Never before in a campaign in Kentucky has a Republi can praised the valor of the boys in grey but always waved the bloody shift rousing the negroes loan insane frenzy by stories of Northern sacrifices to secure their freedom and their votes Mr Feland first patted the negro then the Confederate on the shoulder to the disgust of all who had sense enough to tee through his game His assault on the Chiun School Book bill was simply a lame defense of the present extortion of 20000 per year from the pockets of parents of pupils of our public schools The speech was the pleasantcst but withal the most harmless piece of campaign ammuni tion that was ever touched off here Air Feland evidently likes Madison as he had such a hilarious time with the boys he didnt get away until Thurs day although he wasnt making speeches in the Interim C E W perinaneatly outfeelingjsystem Small pleasant never gripe or sicken famous little pile retry Thomas LITERARYNOTES With the fall Fiction number of the Saturday Evening Post of Philadel phiathat journal will be enlarged from a sixteen to a twentyfour page weekly everyfourthwill have a handsome colored cover aud thirtytwo pages of short stories and entertaining articles by well known and popular writers It will be on nil newsstands September 28 The price has not been raised Sarah Grand known almost entirely through her novels contributes to this number a strong captivating short story entitled A New Sensation Bret Harte tejls a characteristic tale of StephenCrane ingenlousterfeit JlOOO banknotes Bailey Millard chronicles the love affair of a Cali fornia girl and exSenator Ingalls tells the dramatic story of Blainos Life Tragedy llEglnsCyrusFor the Freedom of the Seair nearly onethird of the story being told in the first installment The new form of the Post will give space each week for a greater number of short stories for a page of humor and a department of amatuer sports The Automaton chess player is a won lul thing It plays erfect game inside limitations But once outside the routine moves the t Automaton is a failure Much of practiceis n way as theh moves of the jA Automaton at t chess No medicalman can move with trainingoften gives up as hopeless a case which andexperienceIt is the socalled incurable and hopeless cases which come in such numbers to Dr H V Pierce of Buffalo womenwith havefoundDiscovery the true elixir of lifeIIThe Dircoevyby It healthyactionplaces the entire system in a condition to throw off disease There is no alcohol opium or other narcotic 11II Golden Medical Discovery It CoMichlife than I do now I have taken Dr Pitrces thinleIanidolngfiuietya I I will have to change mind about Patent Medicine ax I never had moou faith in them but you must horpitalsandpnlyJIledldne kingYouMedical Adviser the beat medical book stampsn21 pecent stmps far pier or 31- IDpa for cloth cm to Dr I Perct1 tft1a HJ- c c 2r b4 iMfuji n- r y iif PTHE very word ppcratioavtrikei trrot to iw mfsoul Oyiv C Nearly always these pf eratloas become necessary itkrpughneglect j Tf the menses arc Tery painful or too frequent and excessive get the right adVice at once and chances It will cost 1 younthingforadviceifyou write toMrsPinkham at Lynn Mass for it and if you let the trouble t runalongit will surely cOst you a great deal of pain and may mean n ooeration Miss SARAH J GRAHAM Sheridanville Pa writes DEAR lINKIIAMl had suffered or several and of living had dis prompt to it Dont be satisfied advice withoutMrsI WALTONS WISE WORDS Stanford Journal J Old Phil Thompson is alleged to have made the startling discovery that the Goebel election bill was never passed that the one adopted by the Seriate was very different from the one passed by the House If the old man keeps one shall doubtless shortly hear of him peddling eggs that ho found in a mares nest Gen P Wat Tlardin is now being prominently mentioned for the U S Senate to succeed Deboe There are many Democrats who would be pleased to see him go there Henderson Geaner They will never be gratified though unless the general stops pouting at once and mounts the raging stump for the Democratic ticket and against his ancient enemy and the par tys meanest foe J Y Brown The Cynthiana Democrat takes issue with our assertion that if the Brownies aro Democrats there is nothing for Democrats to debate with them There are many things it thinks between them that can be settled only by debate For instance whether Hallains face is closely related to a cankerous beefsteak whether his brother his cousin his sister or his aunt went to the penitentiary also how accurately Mr Owens shoots craps and whether the mention of W C Pollard Breckln ridge is sufficient reference to him These are indeed momentous questions and hut as it appears to us that they have already been settled to the satis faction of most people the incidents might be closed Theres always hope while theres One Minute Cough Cure An attack of pneumonia left my lungs in bad shape and was near the first of con sumption One Minute Cough Cure completely cured me writes Helen McHenry Bismnk N D Gives instant relief Perry Tho- masMAI1ED iOcKEnhlAltDuE1soThe marriage of the Rev Harrison Jj Cockerham C U07 and Mies Emma Dueling place on Wednesday last at the home of the brides parents in Louisville The Rev Frank E Fincher a class mate of the groom and also pastor of the Flora Presbyterian church officiated The ceremony was per formed under a canopy of goldenrod with which the house was decorated The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J II Duesing of Brook street The groom was graduated in May from the Presbyterian Seminary of Louisville aud has since been en gaged in work at Maggard Mr and Mrs Cockerham left at oclock for St pariat Maggard A part of the wedding trip consist of a carriage ride of over 100 miles across the mountains from St Helens to Maggard Ky soressslndiseases IeVitteNUrTIeryChictjo curePerryCapt Alfred Dreyfus tIlts been par doned by Presideut Loubet and re leased from prison He wished to bo refused to be pardoned and to make an appeal from the decision but his physician warned him that his health would not allow his remaining in prison He has published a letter in which he says lietares nothing for life without honor and intends to continue his struggle until all France is con vinced of his innocence Tiiat TiirobbiBg Headache Whould quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New LifePillsThous ands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They madepure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money hack if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Lord Sandhurst Governor of Bombay in a speech at Poona said that the plague is spreading in India It is also spreading in China It line reached Astrakhan In which city there have been 24 cases and 23 deaths All efforts at stamping out in Porto Portugal have failed though it continues in that city to be of greater mildness than it has been known to be in any other placeThe ratio of one death to three cases sUE continues ppatas Greatest Need 1orrRI Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at Alken S C Weak nerves bad caused severe paIns in tile back of his head On nslng Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him whlithisthat It cures liver and kidney trouble r purifies the blood tones up tho stpnl Roch strengthens the nerves puts YJri vigor Mid new life Into every nincfo nerve andoinof tbe iody 1wak tired or Mmg you need Evary4d SWlJ1JiyPJ u o ihi wOMEN AVOID f OPERATIONS MRS years with female troubles doctored until I was discouraged I felt wretchedand tired I I stages took Heights 1120 8 will 1 ease or kidneys bladder trouble dropsy and bloating had womb i trouble and a large tumor had formed in fact all my organs were out of fix SeeingawonianS letter praising your remedies I wrote to her and she begged of me to try it telling me all that it had done for her I bought six bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and now cannot ex press my gratitude to you The tumor began to come away in pieces and I got better all the time I believe now that I am ventirely cured + My doctors could not believe it at first as they all had told me that my case was a hopeless one and no human power could do mb J any good They were astounded If I can say anything thtcan help other women I shah be glad to It is not safe to wait until the last moment Head off tfouble by attention Pinkhams At a meeting of the Cabinet in Wash city the danger of sending too Iington to the Porto Eicians was pill cussed One member related a story of a tropical island where they thought of changing time prayer book Ions to pray for hurricanes in order that they might bo fed without work The plan tars in Porto Rico have entered their complaint that the laborers would not work because of the free food sent E E Turner Compton M6 was cured of piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve after suffering seventeen years and trying over twenty remedies Physicians and surgeons endorse jt Be PerryTboinas TREE CUTTING A gentleman living in the country complains that the rockcrackers have taken upon themselves to trim the trees bordering on the pikes anti are cutting every sprout and bush in reach In this way they are denuding tIe pikes of nil shade arid robbing the farmers of that which in 1 few years would be valuable timber Superintendants shoulc1loot into the matter Each package of PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colors either Silk Wool or Cotton perfectly Sold by C L Sear cy Waco Ky Thomas Ad ams Panola Ky s20lm Possible the world may owe every man a living but it has too many preferred creditors LAST SUNDAY EXCURSION OF THE SEA SON 125 round trip to Louisville and return to Lexington and return via Soutern Railway in KentuckySlinday October 8th Train on Unrgin Branch that date will be held for connectiduof traiii leaving Louisville at 745 p m Var H TAYLOE Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky Dr GGoldstienT- he wellknown and skillful OPTIC SPECIALIST of Louisville Ky will return lo Richmond November 5th rooms at Hotel Glyndon were he will remain one day only 5Qecae s 3S Bt eS A vast amount of blindness occurs through neglect of an optical defect of the eyes not being attended to at the proper time Many such cases have come under my notice The patient has either been shortsighted long sighted astigmatic in one or both eyes but one to a large extent which they say Is their weak eye the other bay lag little or no defect and should tho case of the weak eye bo shortsighted it increases rapidly the eye with the greatest amount of optical defect gets out of use similar to a squinting eye the sight thus quickly deteriorates untIl it looses all perception of light some simple accident having occured to the other eye causing permanent blind ness Others there are with R large amount of tIered in both eyesit may be longsight as well as mixed astigmatism They can read for some time by holding the book very close to the eyes owing to spasm of the ciliary muscles apparent shortsight and thus the patients consider Themselves nearsighted and believe they will improve as they get older tout it fre quently ends in paralysis of the ell liary muscles with almost total blind ness or just sufficient vision to grope about with HId specjacles been prop erly adopted in time to correct the errors of refraction they might have enjoyed good sight all their lifetime Dr Goldsteins system of tests result m perfect fit compensating for natures deficiency whilo reserving the adjusting power of acommodation of the normal eye the large requirement has been nearly or entirely overlooked by most of the opticians of the day Dr Goldstiens experience of 16 years ena tiles him by most improved method and wiih the latest scientific apparatus to correctly teat tIle sight at d by a of lenses or specta rSliitab1tJcolIeCtion to and strengthen eyes for the varied requirements InIprofessional or private life CQlSSUrTATION AND EXAMINA TION FREE pJFJFfCE HOURS From JO Im t srpm i- m e1ce 5zl4iourthiAycptwbe t1iKei4ikky Gtiad Walrntt Ii1- II SIJ c Ji L oMioh6aYsme of a severe case of indiges ommellddhtQal1dYRPeptics without aid from the stomach and eases dyspepsia Perry Tlmomas r ASOTBERS SAHTCT JNlvfS and Views pi the Maui orcpaugh md Selfs Brothers Circus l i v Thelamented Robert Burns did not live In tHe days of great daily newrfpai pers br perhaps lie would haverisqn to remark t hat i t would be n mighty good thing tq have the gift given uto seo ourselves its others see sr Pog daileypapersUayelJrollght Do something or be something jajid then spend a penny for your pnpcrand you will flml time mirror that Burns seemrf to have yearned fur Adam Forepaogh and Soils Brothers did something recently in New York City 1 hey inaugurated time euniuier drees srtiisuii with nIt engagement ol SqnarelQanlenviltw3 aooe of the eonbileIihiqatiiltliey were consequently Bubjectoil to care icib1iIttomblriil Hliovs judging Hiyllio mt jolmiet1zhittacntnoutvit hflytng colors On tht day fojlowiog the in augural performance tbn newspapers of New York reviewed the show at length They Wero lavish in their praise and commendation of tho huge amusement enterprise The World remarked Bigger better more bewildering titan ever beforois It was tho biggest circus that New York ever saw The arena was a maze of life light and actipn and the circusseemed to be the best that ever came to town Tim Journal said Forepaugli and Sells immure got together a great circus There is no question about that The Commercial Advertiser said Not a circus but THE circus Time Evcnng Sun said A worthy successor to the Barnum and Bailey Show The Herald saidIA peiformanco which vas in every respect excellent The Morning Sun said A circus first lastand all the time itA great quantity and the quality was superlatively fine1 Time Telegraph said tIn is really a wonderful circus l It held the interest of time spectator from beginning to end in a manner that only a very good circus can do The merit of the show is In the fact that there is not a poor act in it The News said There was not a dull momeut during the performance A very elaborate and entertaining programme one that is calculated to patronThe The whole entertainment was en thallinjr Tne Mall and Express saul The Forepaugh and Sells combina tion line caught on rt once This city will have an opportunity to revel in the variegated attractions of the ForepaughSells establishment Hidden Beauty In Egypt the custom is for Princesses to hide their beauty by covering the lower part of the face with a veil In America the beauty of many of our women is hidden because of the h weakness and peculiar Egyptian vailed jn this country many l suffererswould coyer be glad to premature wrinkles their- sunkenchteks their unnealthv ononIworld with the veil of the Orient IIradfields Female Rl1glslator beautyItRenernlhealthstrual disorders It stops the drains of Lcucorrhoca Itrestores the womb to its place It removes the causes of headache backache and nervousness It takes the poor de bilitated weak haggard fading woman and puts her on her feet again making her face beautiful by making her body well DruzgUtA aelt It for J a bottle Send for our free boot for women Toe Bradflcld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga 135E- CONOMIST RAPES P 1LL Q their illustrated tjtI1 cru fr1 Roofing Guttering and GeneralJobWork LADUE MITB I PUBLIC SALE I fromSilverontho premi- sesIliassiij Deis r IS 19 abouUhe hour of oclock am the follow 0 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Works ESTABLISHED 1863 k JAMES T HAMILTON PitoSiiETOK Its TJ HMiftMies Stetiaryaif foreign and ldwNi lUrlilB at granIte 5 FINBW8RKN SPECIALTY Those who are eontQtnj latfng buying Marble Granite or any kind of rtartlarge stock of finfelKHl work to nelect from at prices tostiitali clnrecs 1IyeJ1jL W G UOUOHER one of the best wofkmen in Central entncky1fiktare of our eatMwhR eBt and this means satisfactory work designsriticim1PAThONAGE SOLKDUED rJtMliS T HMILTQN Prarictor 0 i 1 rT T w w A- ls 0 r I ICt I r kSfl n an ces rfl 1 1 HH NI B R1 ELI t Tim Tablo No S3 Taking Effect Sun day Jnnoll 1893 1it Class 2d Clans BAST BUOSD No i i No3 NO 9 Kx Sun Ei Sun Ex Ban AM PM AM Versatile n 59 8 IS NleholmvIIle tO2 735630Valley View II 26 8 00 7 5S Million 11ft 8 13 30 tlicnuand n S 30 9OO 1 Uulo 12 13 1000 Mier1y 16 1005 traMfIelJ 12 10 2- 31no8 P lIrvwe 12n as n2INO4 SoR No10- Wlt1 RUlliIM PM j PM AM Irviue n U Pa4a 210 10- SUrgfiti1 2 15 I 20 MsbTky 211 4i Uion 22R- pcIiinoutL 6 t4 2 nn IS Million 1 20 3 VIev f tJ S 3 305lNIcboIsvlIle b 5S 3 M IaIl1 1a 4 n n 1AM P lit P M P SouthernIAll train connect with C N O TP trains tumid from Cincinnati J ROCK Train Dispatcher Vll ADAMS Superintendent n ff DR CAUDVELtO 5 PEPSiVCURES 1 n u r zH 1it t1 c 11t1 0 dZ t n r10 j 3BoZO 1 rt J = tT = 0 jp a z0 t 0CI I2 g i i pCS a = 1 g g o cI00000000 Q as = ccc P 0 tt 0r I 1r 0c1r o Q g r-= 1 JI ItII rf Q L b bb t 2 IUIl sassss 0tttl 4t3 1 1I r BSSS i i DR CALDWELL PEPSIt N SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORN- IAI TourIst Sleeping Car leaves Lonlu rllle every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco Ask your ticket agent for particulars or write toll II Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent LouUville Jy lnc Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans A II HANSON WM A KELLOND lOPA Chicago AOPALonlsvllIe i= 7 1 ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS THE 5Y5TEM EFFECTUAUXD OVZRCOMSJJfr 14 43lTUAL C0 PERMANENTLY IT5 B 15IBVX THE GENUINE MAMTD BX pI JIG pul V0tea tLi orotsuii no tot ru ana JanSly Patioia llme Imsurancl Insure your dwellings barns and all other property ill the Blue Grass Insurance Company of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against Fire Lightning and Tornl1do The cheapest and most company for the people of oar county now operating in the State and geu cheaper ever yeAr as long as you continue In the company For further information call on thel agent and collector S R B BLACK Attorneyat Law Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court House next door to State Bank Trust Co second floor J H CAHTEB Pres may24ly O C BOSWORTH Secr Frankfort I Siacinniii i1y In Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 W 6 20 Lye ItlchmondAr 00 7 20 2 55 7 09 Winchester 42 6 25 5 43 Maysville 880- d 40 930 Paris 840 510 6 17 10 23 Georgetown 7 4 28 710 11 20 Ar Frankfort Lye 7 00 3401 Ask for tickets via Paris j n NEWTON o P A County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday 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Ge SSS 19 Se 005 SI S 01Jn J jJlnTIIDm m IDJ S eop 0 All SIzes good quality atUJ SSS a COST And remember ours Clothing Suits complete at ve Wholesale Prices GOSS OcSS Q 000 GOm Villil1ll u 1 iJ m i SSS 4t 0 c Rela dUCtIon Sale Come to Mc g toOSRespectfullyOtaScl 1Ge S Qg t 8 ec C ifiOioJ 8At rI u w tlii i ct j J 1i 4L A REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGNER SPEAKS HERE AND FORGETS TO LEAVE TOWN Mr John Felaml of iroi khisvilo gpoUe at Richmond on Monitor night Sopt 19 to an BUdlenre of about 25i of whom over half woie colored Ai d 16 didnt leavd for five days Wliy Dont mention it He Is a jijHy fat fel low a pleasant speaker with a plea ful voice hut is too lazy tired or good natured seemingly to abuse his OHH noult at Inst only is a superficial thinker if his effort here is a fair sam pIe of his ability His IieIripton f tile Louisville convention wan n humorous word picture thought not meritorious for its orgiiwliiv whilst his comparison of candidate Taylor to Garfield mi Lincoln was absurd ns it showed a similarity in only ont point all were horn of ioor parents a fact that applIiM equally to Mr Gnebel whose splendid upward rise from paver ty and obscurity Mr Felund po sihly forgot to mention lie declared that he had rather his young sons posses sod till the vices of drinking gambling stroking and chewing which Mr Ooe bel is said to be free from than that they should ever bo compelled as Mr Goebel was to kill a man 1 his he de clared thougl he guardedly aduiitte1 ho would not ats judgment upon Goebels puilt or innocence of murder when tho mIter killed uiford This etyle of umsnifyina the unfor tunate event in Mr Goebels careerfor which he was cleared was tidiculous as it was too palpably demagogic Mr Feland occupied but little time with live issues and merely skimmed over Slate questions except the Goebel Law and the Election Commission from whpse decision he said there was no appeal which is a misrepresentation of facts He practically admitted the L N R IL was behind the Brown movement although such statement was superfluous lIe condemned the Railroad Commission and dealt in a lot of pure buncombe about the blessings of railroads whose legitimate opera ion no sensible man opposes He stated that Democrats had failed to itemize their general charges of mismanage ment of State affairs this in the face of the notorious scandals that have been unearthed by Inspector Lester and Governor Uradlcys dismissals of Republican officials for negligence inef ficiency and corruption Mr Feland simply addressed him self to the ignorant and not to the intelligent portion of his audience in most of his speech At the same time it was amusing to observe his effort to stir up the negroes and ingratiate him self with tho Confederate soldiers the lIttler by eulogizing the heroism of one of their number Never before in a campaign in Kentucky has a Republi can praised the valor of the boys in grey but always waved the bloody shirt rousing the negroes loan insane frenzy by stories of Northern sacrifices to secure their freedomand their votet Mr Feland first patted the negro then the Confederate on the shoulder to the disgust of all who had sense enough to cee through his game His assault on the Chinn School Book bill was simply a lame defense of the present extortion of20 000 per year from the pockets of parents of pupils of our public schools The speechwas the pleasantest but withal the most harmless piece of campaign ammunl tion that was ever touched off here Mr Feland evidently likes Madison as he had such a hilarious time with the boys he didnt get away until Thurs day although be wasnt making speeches in the IntermIt l E W DeWitts Little Early Risers perma nently cure chronic constipation bit outfeelingsystem Small pleasant never gripe or FeiryThomas LITERARY NOTES With the fall Fiction number of the Saturday Evening Post of Philadel phiathat journal will bo enlarged from a sixteen to a twentyfour page weekly everyfourthwill have handsome coloredcover attd thlrt two pages of short stories and entertaining articles by well known and popular writers It will be on all newsstands September 28 The price has not been raised Karah Grand known almost entirely through her novels contributes to this number a strong captivating short story entitled UA New Sensation Bret Harte tejls a characteristic tale of StephenCranestory Cutclifle Hyne weaves an ingen ious detective story around some coun terfeit 11000 banknotes Bailey Mil lard chronicles the love affair of a Cali fornia girl and exSenator Ingalls tells the dramatic story of Blainos Life Tragedy llEginsCyrusFor the Freedom of the Sea nearly onethird of the story being told in the first installment The new form of the Post will give space each week for a greater number of short stories fore page of humor and a department of amatuer sports The Automaton chess player ha won ml tilIng it erfect game inside- limitations But once outside the routine moves the Automaton is a failure Much of practiceJis way as the moves of the jA Automaton at Chess No L i medical man LJ11 n1n1 it trainlag r whichisbearIt and hopeless cases which come in such Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo romenwithhavefoundDiscovery the true elixir of life The iscrybytohtealthyactionplaces the entire system in a condition to throw off disease There is no alcohol GoldenMedical lIfacottlbCollife than I do now I have taken Dr Pierces thlukItochangenever had much faith in them but you must hospitalsandonlymedicineaskingYoucaugetMedical Adviser the tnedical book stAmpsto21 odecent ataPIOFPaPeT ir 3Z ThLvreeiYr n ii Lr JYJ J a iHE very word operaUoa strlkes tewprtjh i womaaV o 1f 1soul Nearly always these operations become necessary- ttrbaglineglect v If the menses are verrp nfal or too frequent and excessive J get the right advice at once and top taking chances It win cost you nothing for advice if you write 4 toMrs1Pinkham at Lynn Mass for itand if you let the trouble I run along it will surely cost you a great deal of pain and may mean an operation Miss SARAH T GRAHAM Sheridanville Pa writes DEAR J for sev era with female troubles and doctored felt wretched and living had dis by attention to Dont be Pinkhams advice WISE WORDS Stanford Journal Old Phil Thompson is alleged to have made the startling discovery that the Goebel election bill was never passed that the one adopted by the Senate was very different from the one passed by tho House If the old man keeps on we shall shortly hear of him peddling eggs that he found in mares nestGen P Wat Hardin is now being prominently mentioned for the U S Senate to succeed Deboe There are many Democrats who would be pleased to him go there Henderson Geaner They will never be gratified though unless the general stops pout- Ing at once and mounts the raging stump for the Democratic ticket and against his ancient enemy and the par tys meanest foe J Y Brown The Cynthiana Democrat takes issue with our assertion that if the Brownies are Democrats there is nothing for Democrats to debate with them There are many things It thinks between thcmthat can be settled only by debate instance whether is closely related to cankerous beefsteak whether his brother his cousin his sister or his aunt went to the penitentiary also how accurately Mr Owens shoots craps and whether the mention of W C Pollard Breckin ridge is sufficient to These are indeed momentous questions but as it appears to us that they have already been settled to the satis faction of most people the incidents might be closed Theres always hope Willie theres One Minute Cough Cure An attack of pneumonia left my lungs in bad shape and was near the first stages of consumption One Minute Cough Cure completely cnred me writes Helen LIcHenrv Bismak K D Gives instant relief Perry Thomas MARRIED JocnEn1lAMDuEINoTbe marriage CockerhJllDCplace on Wednesday last at the home of the brides parents in Louisville The Rev Frank E Pincher class mate of the groom and also pastor of the Flora Heights Presbyterian church officiated The ceremony was per formed tinder canopy of goldenrod with which the house was decorated The bride is daughter of Mr and Mrs H Duesinjr of 1129 Brook street The groom was graduated in May from the Presbyterian Seminary of Louisville and has since been en gaged in work at Mapgard Mr and Mrs Cockerham left at oclock for St Helens for visit to the grooms liar ents after which they will be at home at Matfgard A part of the wedding trip will consist of carriage ride of over 100 miles across the mountains from St Helens to Maggard Ky soressindiseasesso soothing and healing as De Witta Witch Hazel Salvo Mrs Em NurseryCiiiCagosa3S in healing our babies it will cureIt Perry Thomas Capt Alfred Dreyfus has been par doned by President Loubet and released from prison He wished to be refused to be pardoned and to make an appeal from the decision but his physician warned him that his health would not allow his remaining in prison He has publisheda letter in which he says be cares nothing for life without honor and intends to his struggle until all France is convinced of his iniiocouce That Throbbing Headache Whould leave you if you used Dr Kings New LifePills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They madepure blood and strong nerves and build up ycur health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money hack if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Lord Sandhurst Governor Bom bay in speech at Poona said that the plague is spreading in JUdith It is sire spreading in China It lias reached Astrakhan In which city there have been 24 cases and 23 deaths All efforts PortugalhaveJaiIed city to bo of greater mildness than it has been known to be in any other place Tho ratio of one death to three cases still continues Spain Greatest Need Mr II P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends hiswinters at AlkenSC Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his bead On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy nil pain soon left him lie says this grand medicine is what his country jiueds All America knows that it cures liver and trouble purifies the blood tones up tho stOra itch strengthens the nerves pufsraj vigor and new life into etery niticie neryq and organ of jthe bo 3y If vbak tired orai1thyOu Heed it Every tlejjraate6d osly Qcnq P rr ilhC h lJn IL tk Ii I WOMEN AVOID OPERATIONS MRSPINlUtA1II1 had suffered years until I was discouraged I tired of I WALTONS doubtless see Hallams reference nothing quickly kidney ease of kidneys bladder trouble dropsy and bloating had womb trouble and large tumor had formed jn fact all my organs were out of fix ISeeingawomansletterprais it telling me all that it had done for her bought six bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and now cannot express my gratitude to you The tumor began to come away in pieces and got better all the time believe now that am entirely cured irMy doctors could not believe tit at first as they all had told moithat my case was hopeless one and no human powcrcoulddomet any good They were astounded If can say anything that can help other women shall be glad to It is notsafe to wait until the last moment Head off trouble prompt it satisfied without MrS a For face a him and I a a a J 8 a a continue 1 a r a I I I 1 i 41 a t I I r At a meeting of the Cabinet in Washington city the danger of sending too much aid to tho Porto Bicians was dis cussed One member related a story of a tropical island where they thoncht of changing the prayer book Fons to pray for hurricanes in order that they might be fed without work Time plan tars in Porto lice have entered their complaint that time laborers would not work because of the free food sent E E Turner Compton M6 was cnred of piles by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve after suffering seventeen years and trying over twenty remedies Physicians and surgeons endorse it Beware of dangerous counterfeits Perry Thomas TREE CUTTING A gentleman living in the country complains that the rockcrackers have taken upon themselves to trim the trees bordering on the pikes and are cutting every sprout and bush in reach In this way they are denuding the pikes of all shade and robbing the farmers of that which in n few years would be valuable timber Supcrintendants should look into time matter Each package of PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colors either Silk Wool or Cotton perfectly Sold by C L Sear cy Waco Ky Thomas Ad ams Panola Ky sSOlm Possible the world may owe everyman a living but it has too many preferred creditors LAST SUNDAY EXCURSION OF THE SEA SON 125 round trip to Louisville and re turn to Lexington and return via Souteru Railway in KentuckySUnday October 8th Train on Bnrgin Branch that date will be held for connectidnof traiii leaving Louisville at 745 p m Wsr H TAYLOE Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky Dr GGoIdstien The wellknown and skillful OPTIC SPECIALIST of Louisville Ivy will return to Richmond November 5tlrooms at Hotel Glyndou were he will remain one day only 5 ckaes os S A vast amount of blindness occurs through neglect of an optical defect of the eyes not being attended to at tIme proper time Many such cases have come under my notice Tho patient has either been shortsighted longsighted astigmatic in one or both eyes but one to a large extent which they say Is their weak eye the other hav ing little or no defect and should the case of the weak eye bo shortsighted It increases rapidly the eye with time greatest amount of optical defect gets out of use similar to a squinting eye the sight thus quickly deteriorates until It looses all perception of light some simple accident having occured to the other eye causing permanent blindness Others there are with a large amount of defect in both eyes it may be longsight as well as mixed astigmatism They can read for some time by holding the book very close to the eyes owing to spasm of the ciliary muscles apparent shortsight and thus the patients consider themselves nearsightedand believe they will improve as they get older but it fre quently ends in paralysis of the ellI liary muscles with almost total blind ness or just sufficient vision to grope about with Had specjaclesbeen prop erly adopted in time to correct the errors of refraction they might have enjoyed goodsight all their lifetime Dr Goldsteins system of tests result In perfect fit compensating for natures deficiency while reserving the adjust big power of airommodation of the JU1ibeenmost of the opticians of the day Dr Goldstlens experience of 16 years ena bles him by most improved method and with the latest scientific apparatus toc test the sight atd by a suitfhlecollertionof lenses or pecta slrcngtbonIlJprofessional or private life CONS1JLTATION AND EXAMINATION JREE tQEHUR From lOi H leC Uff1lrth Avoiiiae W tWeeii Grsii Walnut lzoi rX i i 1i K Gfiester LrKalarnazooMieh says Kodol Dyspepsia1 Cure indigeStiondyspeptics Digests wljat ll ieat without aid stomaclilnd- cales dyspepsia Perry jTbomas f AS OTHERS SiWiT Ic W and Vlcs1 t e Adm Forepauh an Sells Brothers Circus 7p i t Thelamented Robert Burns did not live In tfiednys otpreat daily tiewapa pern or perhaps he would hnveriseij to remark thatit woulclfief a ntilify good thing to havo tho given st1seo ourselves sthersseeUsr PJO ross and the dailey papersli vc lityDothen spend a penny for your papcrniii you will find the mirror that Burns seems to have yearned for Adam Forepaugh and Soils Brothers did jjOmetliinj recently in New York City They inaugurated the euinmer eircntJS ijsyn with an engasoniejit pt tvoTtvek at Madison SquaraJOardyni It u the first iiietropjlitnn aPPear aaoe of tIme cvnmbiiedihioips and tliQjr were consequently subjectoil to 7hre ful ohsorvation antE critical criiicisui teIIcolors On tht day following the iu imewspapersolNe length They were lavish in tlielr praise and coinniendation of tho huge amusement enterprise World remarked IThe bettor more bewilderuig beClfcc It was tho biggest circus that New York ever saw Tho arena was a maze of life light and action and the circus seemed to be time best that ever came to town Tho Journal said Forepaugh and Sells have got together a great circus There iSIc question about that Tho Commercial Advertiser said Not a circus but THE circus i The E vennR gun said A worthy successor to the Barnuin and Bailey Show The Herald said i A performance which was in every respect excellent The lIornin Sun said A circus first last and all the time A great quantity and the quality was superlatively fine The Telegraph said It is really a wonderfulcircus cIt held the interest of tho spectator from beginning to end in a manner that only a very good circus can do- Th motif of the show is in the fact that there is not a poor act in it The News said There was not a dull momcut tint ing the performance A very elaborate and entertaining programme one that is calculated to patronThe The whole entertainment was en thallinjr Tne Mail and Express said The Forepaugh and Sells combination has caught on rt once This city will have an opportunity to revel in the variegated attractions of tForepaughSells establishment Hidden Beauty In Egypt the custom is for Princesses- to hide their beauty by covering the lower part of the face with a veil In America the beauty of many of our women is hidden because of the and peculiar Egyptian vailed this tnmy- lsutrcrcrswould premature wrinkles thei- rsuniencheks their unnealthy cinplexiou from the eyes of the world with the veil of the Orient Bradfields FemaleR ogtorbrings out a womans true beauty It makes her strong and well those generalhealthstrual disorders It stops the drains of Leucorrhcea It restores the womb to its place It removes the causes of headache backache and nervousness It takes the poor debilitated weak haggard fading woman and puts her on her feet again making her face beautiful by making her body well Druggtife sell It forl bottle Send for our free illustrated book for women The Bradfleld Regulator Co 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