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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1899. 4, A Book names that Maud not only for Republi can towns in tne Republican Mate of Illinois, but for the actual attitude of the r.orthern people toward the ne Choice of three good groes. office rooms over Douglime again we have read in the las & Simmons' hardNorthern newspapers burniug demon ware store, Main St. new coloring and designs. strations of the South whites because Also vei'3' desirable not Invite New Reds, Blues, Greens, they do or because negroes into their eight-rooresidence, parlors, etc. Papers from 5e per roll managers of theaters hotel keepers and with modern convenexercise discrim on up in price. White .Lead ination in behalf of their patrons. Time iences. and. Linseed Oil at factory and again we havo seen petitions that MUN EY. prices, (freight added). Win- - the wrath of heaven might be visited GRIGGSBY doAv Shades from lOe each on on those who refuse to associate with up in price. The mixed paint negroes on terms of social' equality. that we make in white and And when some degenerate brute shade of ordinary color for commits an unspeakable crime, which $1.10 per gallon is not only is speedily and sometimes awfullv the pretended friends of the the best for the money but is avenged,, the air with their eries.charg-in- g negro fill on the the. market at the best that the. whole South is given over EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL my price. We can't adver to barbarism tise all of our inducements, It frequently happons that when a ESTATE AND COLLECso call and see for yourself Southern necro of standing goes'to the TION AGENCY. our line of Wall Paper, Win Aorth, he is seized upon by the philan dow Shades, Paints, Oils, thropists and coddled and feasted in a Glass, Picture Frames, Ar- way calculated to convince him that the Manager. 8. LEE DAY1S, tists and Painters Supplies Northen people are all humanitarians of first order, and Farm, Mineral and Timber generally, stock the largest, the negro's paradise. that the North is the Lands bought and sold prices always the lowest. Rut uow wo have the facts, the real m For Rent! Paint, so let us make you a price to furnish the material and do the work in a skillful workmanlike manner. j.ne smaiiness or. tne price will simply astonish you. We have received in tlie last 30 days direct from the factories several shipments of New Paper Hangings, in all the I NUMBER 7 JeWefec. 18. IS THE TIME A C0NTHAST THE NEGRO NORTH AND 19.) to Paper and Atlanta Constitution, Sept. Let the philanthropic'friends of the negro at I'ana.Itocklort Cartervillel the North take thews names down on their memorandum books. Thev are k crimes committed bv citizens of Illinois. There is something specially hideous in the murder and assination of negroes who are seeking opportunities to belter their condition; and. in tlieso cases. the hideousness takes on a darker and cruder aspect by reason of tho fact that the negroes, who havo been the 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. lr rVA Baking mrfmd Powder PURE GOV. TAYLOR ON Beautiful Production Makes the food more delicious and wholesome aov At bakiwo powers co., hew vorx. Winchester Court. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports GC0 cattle on Jhe market. The best price obtained was 4JaC. for 2 lots of good feeders Twenty-fiv- e 1,000 pound feed34 ers 4Ja; 45 800 pound feeders 1 100 lb. feeders 4c ; 1 lot 000 lb. 4c ; 23 COO lb. $4.10; 30 weanling steer calves $18; mule colts $20 to $0 Cattlo off a little on account of scarcity of grass. REPAIRING! AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. 4)a; for Young and Old. M VECUREl HERV0US mm AH RECORD 7GT7 A3E A DEJ200EAT news- SBEst4is7a 250,000 DISEASED 1 BLOOD SKIN & PRIVATE 6cai Work Guaranteed. INGERS0LL. From Ihe Gilled and, of course.want a Democratic 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. ol Tennessee. The following article by Gov. Rol t, L. Taylor, of Tonnessee, is one of the most remarkable' productions of his gi! ted pen: "I sat in a great theatre at the national capital. It was thronged with youth and beauty, old ago and wisdom. I saw a man, the image of his God, stand upon the stage, and I heard him speak. "His 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. He enthroned love and preached the gospel of humanity like an angel. Then I saw him dip his brush in the ink of moral blackners and blot out tho beautiful pictures he had painted. I saw him stab love dead at his feet; I biiw him blot out the stars and sun, and leavo humanity and tho uni verse in eternal darkness and eternal A Narrow Escape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E. Hart, of Groton, S. D., "Was taken ith a bad cold which settled on my lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up Baying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband as advised to get Dr. King's New Dis on commission. OEQ. 203 11 TOLdl, KY. Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection. V. UllS STREET. RICHMOND. 2?" Write or call on me for further paMictilars. 9, Moberley Build-in..- ', llii Immnil, Ky. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. St. E. ROBERTS, ATTOItNEY-AT-LA- RICHMOND, - KENTUCKY, t, office in Moberley Buildlnj. W. MILLER. Attorkkv-at-La- anucr's National Bank. Richmond, Kkktockt. n 5rt In the narnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y J. Atiornkyat-Law- , KENTUCKY. Otliro over Taylor's Hardware store, Court lloiipe, on Main Street. RICHMOND, - il. IJ. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LA W. Kentucky. Rkhmovh, ( Mice No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30 J.G.& D. M. OUKNAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, oilice on Second street, over Chen-- a 11 It's grocery. W. R. LETCHER. Attovney-at-Law- , ' Kentucky. 11k iimuxd, Oili-.with T. J. Smith, Jr., over (''vington & Mitchell's. - T. C Lowry, , Atlomey-at-Laio- M .lwrley RnlMinz. Ttichotid, Ky, PHYSICIANS. I) US GIBSON, & Imchmiind, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ... GIBSON, Kentucky 27- oiKcc in the Joe 4'c.lins building, iS and to Sec in Street, over Wm.e .old druic.tore. - CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERTNARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentltry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently" accused by Kichmuud Harness Co , Eat Main y St HK hmond, Ky. apr7-l- . C. JASPER, M. D at residence (the Curt . llioadway. ----- Over and above these social accidents and incidents, tliero is a cryii c neces sity that the negro should have the privilege, nay, the right of earning his own living by honest labor and according to his gifts, natural or acquired. , Vte may dispute vehemently over social equality and kindred questions; R. t is a dispute which means nothing, so far as the .future of the negro is con cerned; but there can be no dispute The Optic Specialist, over the fact that ho has aright to earn WILL. RETURN an honest living for himself and those TO RICHMOND who dopend on him. Sensible men of Thursday, October 5th, all parties and persuasions will agree to FOR TWO DAYS ONLY. this. Well, he has this right in the South and is exorcising it in a wav and with zeal calculated to attract the attentiou and win the approval of all who have any practical or substantial interest in his future. Hut ho is denied this right in the North at Pana, Eockfort and Carter-vill- e in terms of blood and by means of assassination; in other parts of the I or th, in terms of proscription and by means of taboo to apply an ancient term to a modern development. In Republican communiiies, in a Republican State, ho is not only assassinated when he seeks to earn his living bv honest abor, but he is prevented, "by murder ous measures, from leaving on a train OF TONE, PURITY and going about their business the ac- tivo Republicans of Carterville,Illnois, probably combined with great range that theybeing impressed by tho theory owed to neighboring com and power are some of the munities tho duty ol cutting them ofl strong points of the Cono-ve- r, and relieving them from contact with Schubert, Kingsbury negroes seeking to earn an honest living. and Crescent Piano. Now tliis, after all, is the great ques tion in life eo far. as the things of this world are concerned. It is the all-ilehg in Instrument portant question. It is a question that comes home with painful etrphasisto of very sold construction the great majority of the human race. it is recommended to those especially to those who are born into who desire durability as the puzzling conditions which belong to well, as a handsome ap- the end of the nineteenth century. This beinjr so, where does the great pearance and fine finish. We have several styes. Some est wrong reside, where is the greatest negro committed in Mahogonv, Rosewood, crime.agalnst the a few degenerates in the South, where and etc. Prices range from moral lepers are wiped out suddenly Easy pay and unlawfully, oc in the North, where $225.00 up. ments. negroes, seeking an opportunity to earn tholr living, are assassinated in tho HARDING & RIEH57. dark, as at Itockfort, or ruthlessly mur dered in the broad daylight, as at Car H. G. KENT, Agent, tesville and Pana? We challenge the RICHMOND, KY. Republican editors and the Northern philanthropists to mako out a case agdiustthe Southern people as revolt ing to justice and humanity as the situation, the attitude of the Northern covery for Consumption. Coughs, Colds. gave it a trial, took in all, eight bottles. peoplo written in blood and marked by tho assassination of negroes whose only It has cured me, and thank God I am crime was a desire to earn an honest saved and now a well and healthy wo living, such as honest negroes are earn- man." Trial bottles free at Perry anil ing in the South. Tho question of the ne Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 50c gro's future is not solved by asking him and $1 00 guaranteed or price refunded. 1 Into a white man's parlor, or to partake, a guest of a white man's dinner. GOLDEN WEDDING 1899. 1849-HAR- death. RIS Dr. Goldstein, The following article appeared in Monday's Lexington Herald, contribu ted by somo unknown friend, and while it is very readable we feel satis- fled it hardly does justice to the grand occasion. We regret we cannot give an original account of the celebration but as we were "insufficiently urged" this article must suffice: The golden weddingon September 20, of Hon. and Mrs. John D. Harris was perhaps the most enjoyable gathering in the history of Madison county. Numberless lights swung on the lawn from bright moon-beam- s werti made softer by their lustre. The guests, borne by chartered train, were greeted by de lightful music from Saxtou's band, wafted through tho whispering leaves of the pine wood. Historic old BIy the-ood was purchased by Maj. John D. Harris from Col, Joseph C. Anderson, and thereby has rested in the same family for over a century, which has spared no Urns nor Means to render it most beautiful. The grand old house, ith its long porches was decorated ith ferns, palms, roses and lengthy silken sprays of goldeurod. The bride and croom, nsslsled by their daughters and husbands. Auditor and Mrs. Sam H. Stone and Hon. and Mrs. Cassius M Clay, Jr., received the same parlor where they were married fifty years ago The bride looked most lovely in her gown of black velvet and whito lace, holding m her hand her old wedding bonnet holder, filled with bride roses and lilies of the alley. The groom, in his suit of broad cloth, was handsome indeed No one would take them to be over fiftv. 'The bridematds were most band- some, robed in their elegant wedding gowns and carrying loose bunches ol pink roses. Rack of tho bridal party hung a large monogram H. W.of white and gold loses, and on either side were in flowers of gold, the dates lSlO-lSwhile among other designs were ''two hearts that heat as one." There were present ltlaiiy guests from a distance. Eight present were at the marriage ceremony fifty years ago. It was a re markable gathering; the men were tall, distinguished in bearing, handsome. educated and refined ; the women were quceuly in their inaguificerfl-e- . "Aunt Sally and Aunt Emily.the two nurses of the) brido UUd groom, attired us of old, in their white aprons and red bandanas, were shown tnanv attentions by the distingtiiihed gllests. In the course of the evening an elecaut sup" per of the olden time was served; the diuiug'tables being decorated in white and gold. The presents were beautiful and iuuumeiable tokens of Iovo, friendship and respect." Frightful Ijluinler Will often cause a horrible Burn. Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, tho best in tho world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erupttons. Best Pile cute on earth. Only 55 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per ry & Thomas, Druggist. 1 A "I saw him like the serpent of old, worm himself into the paradise of human hearts and by his seductive elo- quonce and subtle devises and sophistry inject his fatal venom, under whoso blight its powers faded, its music was hushed, its sunshine was darkened, and its soul was left a desert waste, with only the new made graves of faith and hope saw him, like a lawless, erratic meteor without an orbit, sweep acroFS the intellectual sky, brilliant only in its flro genera ted by friction with the iudestrucible and eternal truths of God. That man was the archangel of modern infidelity, and I said: 'How true is holy writ. which declared, 'The fool hath said in his heart there is no God.' " "Tell me not. O infidel, there is no God, no heaven, no hell! Tell me not, O infidel, there is no risen Christ! 'What intelligence less than God's could fashion the human body? What motive power Is it, if no't God, that drives tho throbing engine of the human heart with ceaseless, tireless stroke, sending tho crimson streams of liie 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 aud feels and knows and acts? O, who can deny the divini ty that stirs within iih? 'God is every where and in everything. His mystery is in every bud and blossom and leaf and tree; in every rock and vale and hill and mountain; hi every spring and rivulet and river. The rustling of his wing is in every zephyr; its might is in every tempest. He dwells in tli'o dark pavilions of every storm cloud.- The lightning is his messenger, and thunder is his voice. His awful tread is in every earthquake and on every angry ocean The heavens above us teem with niv riads of shining witnesses. Tho uni verse of solar systeulB, whose wheeling orbs course the crystal paths of space, proclaim throuch the dread halls of eternity the glory and power and dominion of omnipotent, aud eternal God." paper. Tho Chicago Dicpatch is tho Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper ot the Country. It advocates the readoption of the platform and the of William Jennings Bryan. Tnero has never been a political campaign that will equal fn importance that of the one to bo fought next year. The Republican party, backed by tho money power of this country and Europe, is alert and aggressive. 1'lushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means In its power to maintain Its supremacy. Democrats must be up and doing. They must wage an unceasing war upon their enemies. In no better and moro effective way ' can this be dono than by the circulation of good, sound Democratic newspapers. The publisher of The Chicago Dispatch, will send to avery new subscriber for three months a copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch for ten cents. If you are not already taking this grnat political weekly, send in ten cents at once. You should not only do this yourself, but you should induce all vour friends to join with you. By a little eilect you can easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers. The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryau and other Democratic leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH. 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue octi-t- f Chicago, Illinos. Some months ago Rev J EMathews, pastor of tho Huntsville Baptist church, withdrew from the ministry because he had "missed his calling" He went into tho newspaper business. He quit the newspaper business, and has MEN CUaED l DISEASES vi a .1 r? r A F.1AFJ A) against r r-- ' lvhcu iznvraiit of tho terrible crime vou wcroooiniaitlinc Did yoiionlycnnsiiler I (.vth fa'cinalin; allurements of this evil I naour w ncn too lato to nvoia tua U. - I n nolo result?. were yonr eyes oicned to iiuiiii j'iu tuu i tier na in U.vac? Wcro you cured? Dorounow and then fcq nma nlarminir mntilonw? Iaro yi,u marry in your present con- - I dili-m- f Von knnvr. "LIK11 FATHER, j lilKI'T K0N." li married, nro yoa con- - I ftsnlly Imnciii drcailT 13 marriage a failara williyi'U on recount of any ircak-ii- oj caujrd by early abu?o or later excesses? Ha e you been drossed with mercury? This Ixxitlct will point out to yu tho resulti of thefo crimes ami iwint out NEW JlimiOO TREAT. iv'l Jlr.M will pritively euro you. It M rhoTThniT Ihottjnud. hnvo been raved hy A our KilV TRUAT.Mr.NT. Tt nrnrcj how wo w (llJARANTKi; TO CURE S'-r 4 AX V UUtlAULK CAM; OK NO PAY. Wo trnit nil cure EMISSIONS, VAItinXTKMJ, SYPHILIS. OTiEET, STIMCTPliK. IM POTENCY. SE-UltKT DRAINS, UNNATURAL IUS-fe- ? CIIAKUES. KIDNEY and II LADDER disca'CJ. ZA ',1 yyh VP MP iUU'.KU Hint? Havo yoa tinned nature Rest9 Sweet and Peaceful ! i ftl H CURES The )' GUARANTEED i fi Yascs of Sin" rent free bv encli-ine- r 2e tann. CONSULTATION FRk K. If nnallo tn call, write for QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. 'jtf Kennedy Kergan W. FOUnTH STREET, DKS. 4 222 I have received a large shipment of the handsomest couches ever brought to Rich-man- d and will have them on special sale for the next few weeks, at prices ranging from $12 to $40. New, fresh, attractive designs and patterns. 'I been reinstated in the ministry pro- hauiy Decauso he missed his salary. Columbia, Mo. Statesman. 1 Records Broken: OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF .BOOTS AND SHOES.. of hard-to-brea- ANOTHER LOT k reaks all records. Never before in CROCKERY ana the history of our town was there a GLASSWARE more complete line offered the people. Every shoo has been bought at tho has arrived and the wise housekeeper very lowest market price, and we are will not miss the opportunity to buy when every article has the durability in a position to give our customers. of two of tho ordinary kind. This is Queenswaro worthy of the For The Least name. It is high quality clean through he Most Don't these prices extend a wel- TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the handsome line of desks a regular avalanche of beauty which are beingoffered at prices out of joint. k Money we can fit you. Our shoes are made to fit. Ycu will find no trouble in getting fit here. "We have all that's ATEST; all that's GOOD! come? Glass Fruit Saucers, Glass Tumblers, 25. per doz. 25 to 00c per doz. 40, 50, 10o and 1 r ft E. Deatherage & Co. Among my har-vest- of furniture PUBLIC SALE AND - We have. a few summer goods left that we will sell you atj'our own price. RE ON SATURDAY, fancies, there is no line more complete than our beautiful displaj- - of Window Shades. Every stsle, ever' color, and every price. Cull and examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentucky. all-wi- They are all nice and good. Now's your chance ! Yours for the Right Price, OCT. 7, 1899, "They are simply perfect." writes Robt. Alooro. of La Fayette. Ind.. of DeWitt's Little Earlv Risers, the "fa mous little pills" for constipation and ail liver ailments. Jever gripe. Per ry & Thomas. Expansion We All Admire. at 10 o'clock, a. in., I will sell at my farm, 4& miles south of Richmond, Madison county, Ky.. on the Speedwell pike, known as as the C. R. Estill place. The following described stock, etc.: Five work mules, ono yearling mnle and two colts, two combined mares, one harness horse, saddle horse, ouo large jack, one yearling jack, ono jennet with jack colt, ono jennet with jennet colt, 75 hogs, 400 barrels of corn in shock, 25 barrels of old corn, 20 stacks of hay. Farming implements consisting of one one mower and hay rake, one wheat drill, one corn planter, two wagons, one buggy and harness, household aud kitchen furniture. SSTL wilL rent at same time and place, my farm, containing Four 'Hundred Acres, for the year 1900. Tho improvements consist of a large brick residence, large tobacco barn extra stock barns, stock scales, and all necessary with fine bearing orchard, three tenement houses, &c. The farm is well watered and in a high state of cultivation. Seventy five acres fop corn, the rest in grass. Terms made known on day of salo. self-bind- IILE IB! 220-22- 2 Freeman Bros., First Street. Richmond, Ky. "W. Main Street, RICHMOND, KY. DAY PHONE NiGHT PHONE 23. 23. There seems to be no end to the features developed by the great m& tropohtan papers to enchance tho at' tractions of their gieat Sunday editions which to.us already appear to bo giv ing more for the money than could pos sibly bo expected by the most exacting. Yet here comes the great Sunday St. Louis Post Dispatch; the best now be fore the public, and,as it were, proceeds to gilt the gold, by piling up another of fer, which outshines anything in tho way of an attractiortthat we have seen offered anywhere by any newspaper, Tnis great paper announces that it will give away ah Album of new and origi nal mnsic, consisting of ten of the latest, songs, such as songs of sentiment, "coon" songs and "cake- walks," etc. With every copy of the Sunday for ten consecu tive weeks, will be given away, one of these new and original songs, written and composed by popular authors of recognized ability, each song being well worth 50 cents. This unparalleled enterprise on the part of the Sunday in viruaiiy giving away ?o worth or now music should win lor it an enormous addition to its aheady vast army of readers. Send 50 cents to tho Post-Di- s patch, St. IOuis, and recetvo this great paper, with its beautifully illustrated magazine, its comic weekly and superb news service for three months, and tho magnificent album of new music, free of charge. Post-Dispat- ch Post-Dispat- Kodol Dyspepsia Cure nt Wnt South twtyiw3 1 Medicine and Surgery. Oflice 1'rather Kuildiiii:, .Main Street Telephone RICHMOND, 1'Iacc) ou KKNTrCKY. M 1)., HmYtisA BCCBSHt Take My Advice! Go to . F. J. Yencer's jowelry store about that Eve Trouble ot yours. Do Perhaps you have had the grippe or a hard cold. You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever; or n possibly some of the 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 isn't this the reason you keep so poorly? Don't delay recovery longer but chil--dre- G. W. EVANS, 1'llYH.CIAN ANUXUROKON, KiciiMos-n-, Kentucky DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Kentucky. Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Richmond, and residence on Second Street. ... C DENTIST, Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs. It is the latest discovered digest-aand tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Ifausea, SlckHeadache,Gastralgla,Cramps,and aiiotnerresuiraoiimperiectaigestlon. prepared It artificially dices ts the food and aids Digests what you eat. OF LEXINGTON, KY. $160,000 PAID IjYZIVIjYG BENEFITS $ 65,000 RESER YE AND SURPL US. Ths uyce uewiK &(JO Chicago. For sale byiPerry & Thomas. sept20-3- w .TAYLOR RICE. Imm ol Lits Insurance, !1 fMip?11p3tJrf DENTAL SUKGEET. ing without SPECTACLES OR EYEGLASSES Tit. "OaauWus or novl"-ly .ossou Kr. 13-- LooisvtiXK, or wearing those not suited to tou aro equally injurious in certain cases. next door to Government Building, RlchraSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to 4. WE'LL EXAMINE YOUR EYES Tmka QR. FRED SMITH. over Collins' lately occupied by Dr. W. e, DENTIST. free of charge, and tell you whether you need Glasses. "Wo, have all styles Grocery, same odce and prices, and know wl . can please W. Burgln. jan!2-lyotr; whother you buy or not. . France has lost one of her greatest men in the death of M. Sheurer-Kest- President of the Senate. ner, He died in Paris last week, aged CO, He was President of the Chemical Society, and was an authority of the highest order on chemistry. Ho was a Protestant, a brave, strong, honorable man, and his stand for Dreyfus hud much to do with his recall from Devil's Island. France can Illy spare such ex-Vi- "Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to K. S7VUTH BOMPlN, KY. SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. man. 1 y Dr. Louis No. li. Landman OCT. 11,1899, f ebis-l- y. F. J. YEAGER, No. 23, 2d St. sep6-l- y IUchtnond, Ky. will be at the Hotel ZImmer, Richmond, Ky., on ya West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio. FRIDAY, mond, Ky. returning every second Wednesday o. each inonin. iieierence every puysitaan oi uica' kiih nl for Ohio Eailmy. -. 4 W am 7 80 am 00 pm 4 60 pm S Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. . Mil CALL SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. A Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scientific compound haying the endorsement of eminent physicians ana the medical press. It "digests what vou eat" and nostive v cures avsoensia: M. A. Ke tron, Bloomiugdale, Tenn.,says it cured "Best on tho market for couchs and hi in or indigestion ol ten years' stand colds and all bronchial troubles; for ing. Perry & Thomas. croup it has no equal," writes Henry Special Rates via Queen & Crescent Rattle. R. Whitford, South Canaan, Conn., of One Minute Cough Curo. Perry & KENTUCKY TKOTTINO-HOBSBREED Thomas. slip Another Turn of our price cutting wheel makes another opportunity for the prudent biryer. This interests Carpenters, Builders and others who use B i A Treatment That Cures Ho Cancer, Plaster, wire mm Paste, Ko Cntting, No Suffering, No Detention Froa Business, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay Unless Cirei. N Em It "will remove an Impari ties from your blood. It is value.- ERS ASSOCIATION, I.EXINQTON, KY., OCT. 3, TO 14. lit Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express Louisville Morehcad and Lexington Accom. New York Limited V. F. V EAST BOUND. IexIngton and Morehead Accom Mew York Limited F. F. V, Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom WEST BOUND. 9 15 am 11 &8 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run dally except SQO' Ocwriw dav. Other tntni run dxllv.. Through sleeping sad dining car service to New York. For Information, rates orsleeperreserratlons 6 so pm ara Coolest, and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby upto-dat- e dating clerks. also a tonic of Immense Give Harare a little kelp at this time. Aid her all the products by ct disease fronrywr blood. If vow bowels are not Just right, Aycrs Pills will mzkt them so. Send for cur book oa Diet in Consti. pation. vWrtfm im mrr Daofarm. , One fare for the round trip, all stations in Kentucky, good to return October 17th. STREET FAIR, FRANKFORT, OCT. One faro for thp lonnd trip via Georgetown, from all stations in Kentucky, tickets good returning to in clude the 7th. STREET FAIR AND CARNIVAL, . 3-- I. KNOX-YILW11-1- 3. Judge J. B. Peters died last week at his home in Mt. Sterling, aged 81 years, He has long been one of tho leading men in this State. He was a school mato of Jefferson Davis and an inti mate friend of John C. Breckinridge. For six years he was Chief Justico of our Court of Appeals, ijpy mm mm sin Screws, Nails and Tools because we are making a special sale of that class of gooas aud offer standard sizes, and qualities at less The Surgeon's knife and burning plasters and tho horriblo crude methods heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has been forever displaced hy the advent of Dr. Register's New Serum and AntcseDtic fluid treatment. This discovery works a now era in medical science and sufferers from Cancer, Lupurs, Ulcers, Tumors, Goitre and Fistula cau certainly bo cured without the horrible torture attending the qnacK ana ignorant methods m vogue lor a century, uvor Bfty well defined cares without a failure Is the evidence to prove the merit of this important ine lh al discovery. This new treatment is tho result of a thorough scientific stu-J- of malignant diseases and is baaed on the most rigid scien tific principles. y than standard rates. - . -i Sntf Wkr Kqrt m Tap. We hare ths exeluilT .crrles oCsome of the most eminent i1r.l-clitn the United States. Write freely .nd receive a prompt reply. Yttfceot eot. AaareM,uj(. J. u. canonorvmte li. auuu, Agens.ii.aty., juenmona, .y. orOEOnaEW.BASNEY, p. A' 0. 0 LexiEgtOB, Ky, D. Second St. Phono 3. XrCEMOM), XT. a lets . mmm. Tho London Dailcv Mail publishes dispatch from Copenliagon saying that TENN..OCT. Emperor Nicholas, of RtM6ia,ha signed One fsxe for tho round trip, nil sta a ukfcso decrGcding that whan the mid tions, good until Octobor 20, to retura. die Europe Canal and Siberian rail NATION AIi CONVENTION CKKITIAX way are completed lu 1!H, all import CHUSKHB0, CINCINNATI, O , OCT. J ant Rufteian ports on the Pacific, Baltic Oo kx tfce roend trip froxinti aad the Slaek g tiitdl he ckmd for ever to my ezeept RuMka ihipi. i, with itul limit October SI. 3, (a See as and get prieee on roofitig and guttering, W. D. Bccittsv, Tinner. - 11 Sp pa lfgJ Dr. ISearister holds gold medals from leadinrr medical collenes for proficiency in diseases of women, and for tho past ten yearshas confined his practice to fe FEMALE DISEASES. mm TAYLOR BROS. 1b li li male 8iinerers m uiscovene3 ol recent jiate lor the cure oi malignant niseases is due to the great increase of cancer of the womb and iemalo breast. A well equipped sanitarium is employed by him at 100 Court street, where his entire lime is uvvunni w musiu oiiueiure auu muugunub uibcunrs.- - it &uukiu iniui growth or ijore, Mty difteoee peetilMH- to women or any manner of malisna-n- t wj-tta full and coAckae statement of your caso and get an hoiest expert opinion free:. Cunts c& be made, at home. Adclrese, - tt 106 Court Street, Memphis, Tenn. &t The Richmond Climax. Call For Cilj Democratic Primary Election. At a meeting of the Democratic Committee o( Richmond. Ky., held on tbe 2d day of SepProprietor. tember, 1683, fin motion the following resoluJ. O. CHENAULT. Business Manager. tions wereisadopted: that a Democratic Primary A. D. MILLER 1st. It ordered Editor. Election be beld at tbe various voting precincts C. E. WOODS In Richmond, Ky., on the 12th day of October, 1893, to select Candidates for the November WEDNESDAY. OCT. 4, - - - 1899. election. 1899. for Councllmen and Chief of Police, and the polls shall be open from 7 o'clock, m to 1 o'clock, p. m.. In Richmond. Ky , on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid rUHLlMIIKD IVEKY WEDNESDAY BTf purpose. 2d. That for the purpose of defraying the Cc. expenses of conducting said primary election, the candidates who propose to submit their names, shall, on or before the 12th day of October. 1899, pay to the Chairman of this commitsums. candidate VKAR. 1.50. tee the following and ChiefKachPolice 15.00. for I'UICh 00, of Councilman 3d That said primary election shall be conducted hy officers td be hereafter selected by DEMOCRATIC TICKET. this committee. 4th i'hat the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all yon GovKUNou, arrangements for holding said election. :th. It is ordered bat aU legally qualified HON. WILLIAM GOKIIEL, voters who consider themselves Democrats, OK KH.NTON COUJCTV. and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all yonng men now under age of twenty-on- e years, who will attain their yOK UliUTHXANT GOVHUNOIS, majority on or before the day of the next genJ. C W. J5KCKAM, eral election. In November, 1S39, and who declare their purpose and intention to affiliate OP KItliSO.N'OOUSTY. with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote In sa d primary election. 6th. That the chairman of thii committee Kit A I., l'fllt ATTOUXIiV CRN give public notice of this election by posting a IlKKCrUNltlDUK, It. J this order at each of three voting places In OI' ItOYI.H OUXTY. Richmond, Ky., and shall publish a copy of thi order in every isue of the Riciimosd Climax and Kentucky Register from date of FOK AUDITOR, adoption to time of said primary election. GUS 00ULTHU, DUDLEY TRIABLE, Chairman. OP CKAVKS COUNTY. R. A. BAXTER, Secretary. IE MQCRiGY TRIUMPHANT! Necessity is the Mother of Invention tt It ivas the necessity for an honest, reliable Mood purifier and tonic that brought into existence Hood's Sarsapa-rilt- a. It is a highly concenextract prepared by a. trated combination, proportion and process peculiar to itself and giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power RELIGIOUS. m ,Rov. G, C. StocKer 5 ' will preach at Pond church the 3rd Sunday; in this " , month. wwm CELEBBATED ,-- 11! IN- - 11! MARRIED- - i The Climax Printina riilt Largest Crowd That Ever Listened to Any Candidate, GATHERED . HERE MONDAY. i'OK TKKASUKKIt, ij. V. UAGER. OP JSOYD COUNTY. Tins is well said: CALEB BHK0K1NRIDE HILL, OP GLAKIC COUNTY. FOU COMMISSIONEK OF AGRICULTURE FOU SKCIKKTAKY OF STATE. There is not a Republican in Ken tucky who will Hipport John Young Brown lor Governor. This alone should couviuco Democrats that their vote for Brown means a vote for Taylor. This is the only Iinnest way of looking at it.1 last, week a dozen telegraphic requests to neighboring papers to call attention to Mr. Goe- - I. N. N ALL, OP JEEPEUSON COUNTY. "FOR SUP'T. OP PUBLIC INSTUCTION, OP LIVINGTON COUNTY. rOU RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, The Climax sent out H.V. McCIIESNEY, A- - COL W. HAMILTON, 3d. DIST. belsappolntment to speak in Richmond on Holiday. 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 Be publican 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 No vember election, and is turning them down summarily." Kow, wo commend the Governor for his action for it is entirely contrary to his wholesale par doning of convicts three years ago just before a heated election. OF MT. STKKLIXO. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, MADISON COUNTY. FOR COUNTY JUDGH, HON. W. W. COMBS, N. B. COY. ANNOUNCEMENT FOE COUXTV K WANAUQH CLERK. to announce AROII DOTY forCountv Clert, sucject to Hie action or the Democratic rauy. We are authorhed to announce C. M. RAY-BUR- N a candidate for County Clerk, subject to tlie action oi me uemocraut rany. We are anthoriied to announce D R. TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk -- subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce M. M MILLKR a candidate for County Clerk, sub Ject to tbe action oi tne Democratic party. a Republican admits that We ire authorized to announce JESSE County Clerk, subject there is even the smallest cause for the COltl) a candidate for to the action of the Democratic party. Democrats to complain of the mal adFOR SlIBUFF. ministration of Kentucky's atXiirs, it is Wr are authorized to announce JOflN F. WArsKIlR n oaiirtidate for Sheriff of Madison time to "look me out," as the Dutch county subject to the action of the Democratic man says. Rut here is an admission of Wp nrn authorized when am authorized to announce JOHN W, BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are acthSrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. B. BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff 6f Madison county. subject to the actlcn of tbe Democratic party V party. rottenness, made by a Republican, made openly by the editor of the Louis ville Free Press, who is Gov. Bradley's FOB ASSESSOR. assistant adjatant general. Listen, and then "look me out:" "There is only one subiect on which the Democrats could attack the Republican Administration with perfect impunity, and that is the Frankfort Chair contract. cratic party. We are authorized to announce JAS. L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate fur Assessor of Madison 'county, subject lo the action of the Democratic party. We are authorzmt to announce G. W DEATIIBRAGK a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of tbe Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, of the Glade District, candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce JOE OLD II AM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo Hon. Edward M. Shepard. of We lire authorized to announce JAMES C. LVCKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized lo announce PETER G, PAltRISII a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subjoct lo the action of the Democratic party IF.Brower&Co Hon. J. Tevis Cobb was in Louisville week on business. Mrs. J. C. Ncal. of Moreland, is visit ing relatives m Richmond. FOR CUIRF Of POLICR. Editor J. B. Stears, of Nicholasville, We are authorized to announce EVERETT was a court day visitor and called at BERRY for Chief of Police for the City of this ollice. Jdciimomi, subject to me action oi tne Demo cratic party. Mrs. If. M. Rozers, of Frankfort, We are authorized to announce J. II. Glno, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Uur-raa candidate for Chief of Police, subject to C. Smith. tne action oi me Democratic- - party. We are authorized to announce J. D. FEENY I.v intelligence the negro voters of Misses Mamie and Sue McRoborts.of a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Danville, were the guests last week, of Richmond, Ky , subject to the action of the Richmond are above the average Ken Democratic party. Miss Julia Illggins. tucky darkies, but whether it is a comFOB COUSCILMAX. T)r. Tt. Gnldntein. tho Louisvillo odWe are authorized to announce CHARLES pliment to their intelligence or an evi tician, will be at Hotel GlyndOn on Oc J CO l!S. oar leading tailor, a candidate for dence of their apathy and indifldrence, tober 5, Thursday next. Councilman in the Court House Precinct, sub we cannot say. but there were only ject to the action of the Democratic party. Misses Fannie ShankR and Dollie We are authorized to announce DR. V. II about seventy out last Thursday night McRoberts, of Stanford, are the guest IIORSON a candidate for Councilman from of Mr. ana Mrs. M. M. .Miller. tin Court House precinct, subject to the action to hear Messrs. Brutus J. Clay, Elisba oi tne Democratic party. Parish, John T. McClintock and Era-me- tt Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker, of Leroy, We are authorized to announce C. A. TAYEmbry. Mr. Clay revived an era Illinois, are spending several weeks LOR a candidate for Councilman in the Court lfouae Precinct, subject to the action of tbe that is past, rebellion and slavery, but with friends and relatives in this coun Democratic party. ty. he made them howl as ho told of the We arc authorized to announce C. T. WELLS The lyoung ladies "of Richmond are when the North for Councilman from the City Hall precinct, dark days of proparmg to give a .Leap iear Dance suujcct to tne action oi tno Democratic party, bioke their shackles of bondage and est on tho evening of October 13. at Mason We are authorized to announce JAMES B STOUPPBR a candidate for Councilman from them free. And McClintock warmed ic temple. the University Precinct, subject to the action the blood of the blacks when he said he or tne Democratic party. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Richardson, of would lead them to the polls and see Junction City, haye returned home afthat thoy were respected And E. ter a visit to Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Richardson, this city. Gam P. was really sorry became, as be was not loaded and did not expect to Mr. Harry Moffett, of Lebanon, a -graduate of C. (J. '98, was hero this bo called on. But Emmett Fmbry, tbe week visiting friends. Elsewhere is a colored speaker, in contrast with his ality. He ia in favor of the Separate Coach notice of his father s recent marriage. white brethren who preceded him, Lexington, Ky. Messrs." Casey O wsley.and. William O. pitched his address on a high plane, Law, but would enforce that part com pelling railroads to provide equal ac Owsley, will start to Texas next week appealing not to passion but to decency for the benefit of their boalth. They and honor. Said he, "A negro who commodations for tbe colored passen will be accompanied ;by their mother, will sell his suffrage for a paltry sum of gers who pay full faro and aro entitled Mrs. J. W. Poor, of Bryantsvillei 6i money, does not deserve and should not to tho same treatment givin the whites. Rev. Sanford V. M. Logan, of Mid- be allowed to exercise the right to He declared that Attorney General Tay aiesooro. nas oeen cauea. to tne lor had never done anything to enforce Presbyteriau church, latelv ocvote. cupied by Rev. Mr. Bnckner, whose So far, so good. Now, go one this part of the law. The loss of Kentucky in '90 ho de- scholarly mind elevated him to the step further, Prof. Erabry, and you Presidency of King College, Va. clared was due to tho immense corruptmay take your place beside tho noblest Miss Maud Carter, who is visiting ion fund of Hanna & Co.. to the with specimen of the African race today, Mrs. Mary Phelps, Richmond, is holding of returns in the 11th District, down with typhoid at lever and her Booker Washington. In tho midBt of and to the failure of a Republican mother, Mrs. P. W. Carter aud J.Nevin The abuvo remark was made loose talk and wild remarks to be county judge to give Bryan A postal a single of Carter are at her bedside. thlB ttore tlie otiirr day by heard from those who pretend to Le nbotit this morning says she is resting easier. the negro's friend, there is one clear ficer in forty Jefferson county precincts. Stanford Journal. a xciitlt'iiinii thoroughly familiar He declared that John Young with the neeiN f Central Ken- voice, the voice of the man who com- Brown was Dr. and Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith gave a tho only man who tucky people. V believe be was prehends the situation in its entirety-Boo- ker backed another for a nomination ever six o'clook dinner last Wednesday in and horor of M?. John H. Chandler, and T. Washington who, saying ri'lit, and that yon tun lie as ruc- then ran against him I Prof. Sanderson. Tha former was to ciWulIy served here as in any city that a radical mistake was made at the He said that the Louisvillo Conven leave for Louisville on Friday and it llu; Koulli you of beginning by emphasizing politics as we could tell in tion was called to nominate a Demo was an opportune and graceful compliment to two pojmlar young gentlemen. inuny people right hero in town the be all and end all of negro freedom, cratic ticket, and that while Mr. Hardin ho have tried the arijiiceiit cities to the exclusion of every other interest, Mrs. Rutherford Blanton, Richmond, went there to get the nomination, and lias oeen Here a tew days teaching a ii nd come to the conclusion that advises the negro not to be discouraged. Mr. Stone went there to got tho nomi large class In battenberg work Miss J'rioes, Shies, Assortment and And he tells them, and let Prof. Embry nation, it was a mistake to suppose that Jennie Arnold, who epent the summer Quality were just as good here aa repeat it, that if they continue 6ecur wna ner uncle, Mr. J. w. Higgin- anywhere. Think the matter ever, in,; education, property and character ho (Geebel) went there solelv for ooinam, ana ower relatives, has re amusement! Like styles for instance: Oar buy aad cultivating in a manly way tho turned to uuturte, Oklahoma. Lancas As to tho currency question he de- ter Record. crs visit the Northern, Eastern and friendship of the people who are their clared that this State would send a deleSome of our citizens mav recall r,fr. Western markets three or four neighbors, no matter what their color, gation "For 1C to 1 and Bryan" to the Edgar C. Sine, who was a student here their future is assured. times a year and cull from the fac to 85. speaking practically, there is no next National convention, and that from '83and raisingHe is now teaeliintr tories of the country the choicest fowls at Phil- denying that Republicans drive tbe joe u. o. uiacKuurn wouiu oe tlie suc school Va. He was finevery unifies of their production, and in a dellehtfnl cessor to Wm. Lindsay in the United mout, fellow, a skilled penman, a fleot Did you know that colored men like sheep into a pen on assortment. States Senate. "But," said he, "Joe and very athletic. JIo expects runner to go witii the addition of onr New Four- - election day, shearing tbetn, 'appropri Blackburn does not wish to rejireseiit a to xjurupo soon. story Building nearly three ating the wool to their own use, and Republican State, nor do I det-irto be The catalogue of Highland TJnlversI- acres of Floor Space, devoted ex then turning these same colored men .1 R t.. ii o ii ii a l.tl Governor unless lean sign the commis "1 f ni. viiriaiian coli elnsively to the display of floods oat in the Democratic pasture until the lege, contains among its Facnlity list sion of Joe Blackburn to tha Senate." next shearing time. A vote which one fry in various departments? In S These and many other points Mr. the names of Prof. F. andMiaier. B. M.. Director of Orchestra quality wo acknowledco but one party can count on, as a matter of Goebel rcado and that ho Instructor of had struck string and wind instruments. Prof.Min-ie- r standard THE BEST. Pi ices we course, and, tho opposite party caniot responsive chords iu the hearts aud was tho accomplished director of are determined shall and must be hope to win at any price, need expect minds of his audience was evidence by tho Richmond Band some years ago, nothing from cither. Tell them that, its low as is consistent with light mm j iiieusniuiy rememoered Here tho long and frequent applause. quality. 'Wcvantyour patronage Prof. Embry, and then read them this was applauded' five times before ho Ho for his musical accomplishments. and assure you that every effort from the Lexington Standard, edited completed his first three sentences, had teaching abilities and refined nature. and Dr. Chas. Elirin Smoot. of this thnt can possibly bo made will be by a negro and for negroes: "The negro has become tired of being there was not a moment when the and Miss Minta Smoot. of Louisville. put fortli to merit it. speaker and audience were not on rap are to bo married in that city on Octo .Carpets, Curtains, Wall Paper, fed on gratitude pudding aud wind port. Not an unpleasant incident ber inn, Wednesday next. Rev. k. 7, sauco, and by the way, when assertion Furniture, Wood Mantels, China. of the bride- marred the meeting, although one man Powell, brother-in-lais made that the slaves should be grate cleet, will perform tho yelled for Taylor, but this was offset ly immediate relatives ceremony, Onful to the Republican party, let it bo will bepresont. remembered that all the negroes wore by the Colored Democratic Club cheer Dr. and Mrs. Smoot return Tiiursrfnv next to Richmond and take n HiMr not freed by that party. There were a ing for Goohol. At tho conclusion of tho address, Mr- - abodo temporarily at tho Hotel Glyn- million of free negroes In this country uou. xiie groom inst year located here when tho rebellion broke out, who owe Goebel was surrounded in a terrific in tho pratico of Homenathv ami hen nothing to any party, creed or any crush of men and li was bodily shoved been, extremely successful. H "ia an and pulled and bukd clear across tho educated and talented phvsiekn, ami thing else." MAIN AND. BROADWAY, street and itiio tlie Hiehtaond National populu- with all whe know htu lfi is Ky.' Angor Iks.oftw bees tbe vehicle of Bank,whrttM.aNM iat rod weed to scores bride ue most lovable young lady who Lexington, raiuiium IweSSWtt to MMni courage. of kdkM. Ifel'ihe Uwtie with ihe. crowd kHdhuiii cirok here. .. Democratic party. We are authorized to announce F. J. PERKINS a can.li.lnte for Jailor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for one term only, subject to the action of the ALL-MA- N New York, a gold Democrat, in an ad dress before the National Civil Club of Jirooklyii last week pronounced tbe war in tho Philippine:), "A war of, for and by the Republican party, and of, fur and by the President," Mr. Shepard continued: "As between President McKinley, who voted for free 6'ilver coinage when the popular tide seemed to run that way, who m 1S99, down almost to the hut, feared to pronounce the word 'gold' lest he should alienate some po pular support, and whose belief in silver or gild seems to depend upon his estimate of its effect ujkhi 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 a principle when it stands and must stand comjiletely in the way of the success of his own legitimate d ambition, I do not think men will long hesitate as to which, as a politician, deserves the greater re spect. high-minde- "For many years to come Monday, October 1, 3890, will be referred to as the 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 words, Win. Goebel, Democratic candi dato for Governor, looked into the faces of a greater multitude of people on Monday than ever greeted a candidate here before. From tho froot walls oi the Main strcot buildings clear up to tho court- - houso doors, a distance of 200 feet, and from First to Second stieets, humanity &tood in one solid mass for nearly two hours. Besides this the court house yard shado trees were burdened with spectators and the windows and doors of the bank buildings andjstores facing the public square, were crowded with ladies, attentivo listeners to the next Governor of Kentucky. Indeed, had Bryan himself been here or should he como during this campaign, we could not ask for a grander outpouring of the citizens of Madison county than tho 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 e and iu line; to Republicans it was a stupendous surprise, acgrava-tln- g no doubt, discouraging certainly; to the Brown's Iron Bitters Brigade it was like "the blow thatkilled grandpa!" At one o'clock when the train arrived from Covington tho committee on reception, 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 tho next carriage were lions. R. H Crooke, W. B, Smith, J. Tevis Cobb and Richard Clark, of Covington. Two bus loads of people and several carriages followed. In one carriage were five 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 bis hat all alone the route. There were from fonr to six thou sand spectators within tho space hieing and flanking court tquare, and despite this fact all these heard tho speaker with reasonable distinctness, for the wide-awakwell-know- n Gujiji FiiiFFiiirr. At the homo of the bride's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Clifton Shtfflet, Miss Mattie Shifilet and. Mr. Leo Guinni, a very, j onnlar coup!ewere united In marriage last Wednesday. Rev. Wilmerfcon olllciating. The-.aX tendantswere Mis Bessie Lncley,.and Mr. Clark Rise, Miss Pearl Ncrris and Mr. Beechain Lackey. Mifa Belle Ms wonderful record of cores his nude Bruce," of Missouri, prcbided at the. it America's Gre&tesi Medicine " have good- organ. The- - brido Wore a liecoming Rosy Cheeks cheeks, ih&nks to Hood's wodding gown of white satin on traitie health and rosy boUds me up1 znd aud lace, a coronet of white fbrgiit-in- e SzrszparfiU. nots crowning her snowy brow. The SAves doctor bills." Mary A, Burke, maids woro suits of pink silk, tho groom East Clair Si., Indianapolis, lid. and groomsmen wearing tho conven tional black. After tho ceremony .the bridal party drovo to Irvine to attend u a bandsomo reception. Tho presoiits Hoodi Pills cure Urer ills ; the tnd were numerous and handSomejattpsting only cathrrle to taka with Hood's lUrtaparllU, tho esteem in which the happy couple aro held by their many friends. -- EVER KNOWN ML . R1CHM0N0. TWO COMPLETE, UNABRIDGED PERFORMANCES, OR SHINE, AT RAIN I OF FRONT: - has' "more effect? sometimes than a display of brains The Shirt Fronts nil ' WE LAUNDER always give satisfaction. They nave a pure white, glossy surface, and keep their shape a long time. Our " LADIES' LAUNDRY WORK of handshakers exhausted him and he almost fainted. Rev. Alex. Tribble, tho Christian minister, also came near being .crushed in tho scrimmage to shake hands with Mr. Goebel. After an hour's rest Mr. Goebel, accompanied by President Crooke, of the Richmond Democratic Club, John B. Chenault and GoV. McCreary drovo over the citv in an open carriage At the hotel Mr. Goebel was constantly surrounded by the Democrats and he was constant ly on tho move nntil time for the even-in- e meeting. This was of itself the BIRTHS, Moiiebi.y. R. K. Moberly.this county, is hanpy over arrival of a. 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, wero born. May the parents always regard this as a double blessing aDd over honor tho day their twins were born. Officers has acquired an enviable reputation among the fair sex, both for its quality and price. RICHMOND M Si VB Is the best article ever sold in Men's Footwear, made in all the latest style toes at RICHMOND, MONDAY, THE MOST STUPENDOUS, TREMENDOUS SHOWS OF ALL EARTH CASED ON MIL.. ONCI STEAM LAUNDRY. ft Public Sale -- Y Via Mh IT? BfCCettMenaserleit 2 ffi? fc8 2BlECet0lrcueil PlCCt Hip- - y?J TRUE. MORAL, s,J fi N ' i OF A FINE For Primary. closest attention was given him. Asa further evidence of the interest mai,i tested in the candidate and the race air uoeoei consented lo remain over and address the merchants and others of the court day crowd, who could not hear him in the afternoon. Accord mgivai tiMj mo court nouso was so crowded with spectators of both sexes, that tho committee in charge of Mr, uoeoei coma scarcely force a way through the side aisles. There were over one hundred ladies in the audience a count having been made somo time before the speaker arrived. Mr. Goebel. in the afternoon, discus sed tho L. & N. R. It's, activity in the campaign, its discrimination in freight rates, ana its hostility to ins cinvass with reasons for his reciprocation of the road's disestecm. He discussed the trust question, and .showed that al though John Shermpni had had passed an anti-trumeasure, not a single trust had the Republicans suppressed under that law. Ho exposed the record of that party in this State on the trust question, whereby every Republican, member of the Legislature, with one potsible exception, voted against the Bradburn Anti-TruBill. The same record, of dodging and inconsistency stares tho Republicans in the faco on the subiect of tho school book trust. Ho explained tho vote of that party on the grounds that tho American School Book Trust and other such monopolies were large contributors to tho Republi can campaign fund. . He discussed the McCord 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 tho Supreme Court which upheld its constitution st st largest audience that has greeted a which Mr. Dudley Tribble i3 chairman, speaker here this year, at least equal has appointed these officers for the ing tho one that heard Gov. Stone, of Democratic city primary to name can As Executor of Fountain Rico, doe'd., Missouri, a few weeks ago. didates for Council and Police Judge I will sell to tho highest and best bidHis speech was an elaboration of tho University Ward der, on afternoon address and was applauded Robt. Little, Clerk; J. Wade Walker, throughout. It lasted one hour and a Sheriff; L. P. Todd andS. P. Deather- Oct. naif and at the close he was given a ago, Judges. grand ovation by ecores'ot ladies and at 10 o'clock, a. m. the farm recently Court Houso gentlemen who crowvded up to meet him. B. S. Galvin, Clerk; C. D Pattio occupied by Malinda P. Rico, dee'd.. Thus in one day did Wm. Goebel sur Sheriff; Ren Bennett and Grandlson lyiiiK on Richmond and BIj: Hill turn pike road, less than a Half mile from pass in numbers and in efficacy any pre Jenkins, Judges. town limits. The farm contains tho history of Rich vious event in City Hal- lmond. Sam Kennedy, Clerk; B. Johnson, 112 THE INTRODUCTION. Sheriff; L. T. Wilson and Joel Gentry, and will be offered in parcels and as a Gov. McCreary Introduced Mr. Goe Judges. whole, mid fold as bringing most money. bel in the afternoon, in an ablo and The improvements consist of a comforIt is easier to get money than to keep table dwelling, necessary earnest address that was loudly ap splendid bearing orchard, small fruits, nlatided. Atnleht the Governor was it. Ac, well watered, about 22 acres now called for but declined to keep the peo in corn, balance in crass; also farm $100 Howard $100 pie longer. wauon and farming implements The d Hon. J. Tevis Cobb's Introduction of pleased readers of this naner will bo The land will bo sold for to learn that there is at least cash January 1, 1900; balance two Mr. Goebel was a little bit the smooth one dreaded disease that science has payments six and twelve est thing of the kind ever heard hero been able to cure in al! its staces. and equal interest from January 1. months, with Fosses Mr. Cobb, as every body knows, was a that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure fiion given January 1. or sooner. This long admirer of John Young Brown, Is the only pooitivo euro known to tho is a desirable home for- those having; life medical fraternity. being a to educate, being in sight of supported him for Governor in ills constitutional disease,Catarrh requires a con- - children High Madison Female always stood by him. sinuiionai treatment, nail s uatarrii Caldwell and School,University. former race, and Central Institute but the parting of the ways came when Cure is taken internallv, acting directly At same time and place, I will sell Mr. Brown seeks to defeat his party upon the blood and mucous surfaces of as Executor of Mrs. Malinda F. Rice, the system, theryby destroying the dec d., a lot of nominees, and Mr. Cobb said he con foundation of the disease and giving sidered it tlie greatest honor of his life the patient strength by building up the Household and Kitchen Furniture, to present Mr. Goebel on this occasion. constitution ana assisting nature in doing its work. Tho proprietors have half of crop consisting of 22 acres of THE LADIES. so much faith in its curative powers. corn in shock, and 22 stacks of hay, Here's where tlie ladies were : Dr, that the offer Ono Hundred Dollars re small crop of wheat, and as agent 6f Rice, caso that it fails to cure. ward for Vaught's office window, Black & Black's Send for anv of testimonials. Address, Ed. M. crop the remaining half of above Ono pair extra named list and fwindow, six broad F. J. Chenev & Co., Toledo, O. veranda old mare Sold mare mules, 1 pair nice mules, 1 extra 2 year-olyearling and windows and lobby of State Bank & by druggists. 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills aro the best, lm colt, H brood mares, 2 milch cows, 2 Trust Co., seven windows and two doors extra bull calves and 17 hogs. of Schlegel's, Todd's store door, Col Terms made known on day of sale windows and door. Canerton's office E. windows, Richmoud FOUNT RICE. three D. K. sept20-3National Bank entrance, on pavement way to. luttge in front of stores, on stairs Breck's office, in buggies, carriages and wagons, and two leaned out of tlie court Wc, the undersigned will offer for pnbllc Tho City Democratic Committee, of lata CflilyFari $3 50 400 4 50 5 00 Jb& jj Sp-- Thursday, 5, '99, sr Greatest UNITED. Thousand W Crownlna Wonderesl -- 83100 ACRES, Wmms J? made: by SH0EMTg.Co AMERICA'S TWO GREATEST SHOWS IN OXT GRAND,IMPERIAL, COLOSSAL COMBINATION J. A. BAILEY - PETER SELLS LEWIS SELLS - W. W. COLB, Directors. GENERAL OFFICE: Madison Square Garden. New Yuri, i one-thir- - Coming Direct from its Tremendous Triumphs at Madis.. Square Garden, New York City, where it Glori.n, Conquered the Public and the Press of the M. polis. Entire, Intact, Complete. The Same Kiip Show will be Exactly and Precisely Duplicated Every Act, Feature and Detail at the Exhibition lie. . Ull illSI lit. i ii Jther fe 'Jkdo Dwarfed 2 ii THINK OF IT 'bxao TKtvLswxms, The Made in colored or black Vici " Kid, Russia, Box, Smooth Box and Willow Calf, all Velvet Kid lined, made, in Goodyear welt, heavy double sole, invisible cork, at $5.00 is a winner 3do SVrccl "Parades. ALL UNITED AND MERGED INTO ONE VALT, MAMMOTH, MAGNIFICENT, ENORMOUS "ovse 5avs, PUBLIC SALE. house window.overiooKingtne8peaier stand. s sale, to the highest and best bidder, on the D. W. Irvine larm, located 3, miles from Richmond, on the Richmond and Lexington turnpike in Madison county, Ky., on PERSONAL last Hocker PUBLIC SALE! Bootee -- AGGREGATION! vdv, high-gra- October to-w- it: OF- 17tb, 13S9, Beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following described property, Two mare mules, three mare mules, two mare mules, ono suckling mare e muie, one orooa mare, eigne coirs, e twelve calves, thirty e heifers (all bred to good bulls), one bull, forty good feeders, twenty butcher cattle, twenty-fiv- e Jong yearlings, twenty yearlings, twenty hogs and shouts, fifty good brood ewes, forty acres of corn in shock. Farming implements, consisting of two new style grass strippers (run ono 3 ear), ono wagon, two cultivators, plows, gear, etc This sale is had for the purpose of winding np the partnership now existing between Wells ii Gaines. Everything to be sold without reserve. mgn-graahigh-gradhigh-grad- Unclalmed Express Tho Adams Express Company yill sell at public auction to the highest muaer. lor casii, at iciclimonu, Ky., on Mi tfVHi HUH J mm FK MUZ! THB WILDEST mm IF M'J i 'titit WELLS & GAINES. the packages remaining on hand un claimed or otherwise at its various oflices in the States of Kentucky and Virginia, bale begins at lU:U0a. m List can be seen at Lxpress. ollice; W. F. GARRETT, Agt aii e For Sale! J. W. YOUNG, Asst. Supt. Bp20 4w MADE BY Si Here Exaggeration First Meets Defeat and Language ( .i not Equal Fact. Here Magnitude and Merit, Size Greatness, Quality and Quantity, Immensity and In terest are Twin Giants of such Ponderous Prop. tions that they may not be Measured by Words Gauged by the Standards of any Previous Exhibh in the Show History of the World. i al -- 'C1-C- 5, The undersigned has for sale 60 Feeders, averaging yearlings,, strictly good. 900 to 1100 lbs., and 40 lomr . THE MANss SHOEMFaCo or S00 WOODARD'S SEAL AND SEA-LIO- vewXc Cta&mk.o. ORCHESTRA. Address, 1 J. octl-2w C. SILER, Three Herds of Prodigious Performing Elephants. C.FiBrower&Co Preachersrille, Lincoln county, Ky. Tbe EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY Rings, Two Stages asi 1- -3 Public Renting! rent at public outcry on the premises ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER C, Is Tr - 18S9, I will Covers 183 ACRES OF LAND on Silver Creek, adjoining the lands of Josiah P. Simmons. 30 acres shall be put in corn and tobacco. S3 acres in corn and 3 acres in small grain; tne balance in pasture. This is a most desirable place, 71; miles from Richmond. Good dwellinc and necessary barns. Land to be rented for one vcar: from January 1. 1900 to January 1, 1901. Renter to give a good note, negotiable in bank. This is known as the Jack Tu rner farm. W. B. SMITH. iw Uyn-thia- na e we mond. The man is who has a good, sound, re name carriage unuer mm. Me can rest secure iu the thought that when he has one ot our well mado, reliable phrctons, carriages, runabouts, whalebone speeders, or road carts, that come what may on the road, his wagon never will give way. wo have one of the finest stock b of road wagons, rocka-way- s and rubbertired buggies in Rich JOHN UilMtLSUN, PropT- We are Sole Agents for these two The Shows, Theatres, Gymnasiums and Arenas of the Wall have been depleted of their Star Performers complete the Programme of this Circus Celebration the Last Year of Earth's Greatest Century. 1 ef TOO MANY CHAMPIONS TO BE NAMED. champion champion Acrobats, athletes, Kentucky Carriage Works - -- Ml It wilL W 1 "ALL STOVE UP." 1 when a man feels very badly he says "I'M ALL STOVE UP." He wishes on a cool IN uiiy iin.o jconciuiij miuu au mo OLUvcs were tin. Thp.rfi is n. rlitrVrpnnF ns vnn goo in -jJ vv -. pay you to examine them carefully before buying elsewhere. champion equilibu'-- t champion saltatokialis1 champion rough rii)b:u, champion leaplrs, champion equestrians, of both sexes. CHAMAION GYMNASTS, CHAMPION RACERS, CHAMPION CHAMPION AERIAL1STS, CHAMPION BICYCLISTS, A f SJ MADE BY S The greatest difference consists not so much in "NTo STOVES."! srrvvp tHE MANsS - fa f CONTORTIONISTS in every field of CONGRESS OF skill and strength and CHAMPION and a vertible CLOWNS. CHAMPION CACHINRT0RY SEE THE COMIC SUSA BAND! c. SHOEKPCco 5" - Grand Free . we-hav- wKir ursb cose as in tneir neating qualities. nif!,fvr,p.r hrvw miuVh vmiv tnvo rncf.c if it Street Parade Far Surpassing in Grandeur any Previous Pageantry, Street Spectacles or Public Processions Bewildering in Brilliancy, Gorgeous in Glitter and. Irrides-een- t in its Scientillations. " . -n uiKu-Kruu- B it is a nuisance. o rro.r, n. I does not keep you warm or cook your food Don't delay, therefore, to 'W -- SMS A - GOOD - ONE, nnrl in-law fV. S1 -- you ore cold and hungry. It beats a mother- - Slf all to smash. !Nbw then, we have a on Our FftUjLiit Bttii urf is Shows is Cwpfete mf2rrBRAIN OR SHINE kttawm at 2. -1 Utuler Abtoluttly Wrterproot Teals. w - P mew Main 7n me wI"Ie you can. mm etory partfetlar. ' copy, " i. Doups. BR ffiHT j pn I liU. iwmg at 8. Beers Ifet 9e Bfrtr Earlier. 15, Q00 Seats. Figkaa Light Day. Day and tNight Shows Ahb REMEMBER Ono Ticket Admits to A11 the Combined Shows. No Raise in Prices.' Street, "Richmond, Ky. IK AV ! SSW IN i fs Actually Reserved Numbered Coupon Seats vnll be sold on we uujr ul juuuuiuou at iMiaaieton s drugstore. THIS IS THE TIME PEOPLE begin to think of buying shoes Shoes for. them- selves, shoes for the children. We arc prepared t to fill your wants in this line, we are allowing the Newest and Latest designs in Foot-wea- r, It J is the cream of the trade at small prices, Shoes for everybody. All styles that are stylish. O immense business nroves tlmt wo nlpncn x patrons and we can please you. Come once and ?n you win come again. L INDUCEMENT EXTflAORDlNA THE. HOLEPROOF SHOES for boys or girls school wear. You know the youngsters delight In kicking their Shoes to pieces. Well, we are prepared for them with our Little Giant Sckool Shoes. Mothers say they never saw such long wearing Shoes. It is plain as a pikestaff that yon cannot do better than get a pair for Johnnie. Of course, we've Shoes for every body, but that's another story. A WOMAN'S FOOTING is firmly established if she wears the ZIEGLAR BROS.' SHOES. Busy Bee Cash Store, v Tliey possess all the comfort of an ojd pair of slippers but are made on the most stvlish lusts anil havo the daintiest look Imaginable. We have iust re- tt,,ve, "r lirst fa" shipment for this season of the above named enoiU nml havo them in nil widths nml in the latest lasts. Prices $200 to $1.00. This line is to the wearers of fine shoes. well-know- n - 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 ofnur fall stock. The beauty of our Dress Fabrics, which show the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France, England ' Germany, Switzerland and America. The Richmond Climax. Mr. Slouffer For Council. ..PROCLAMATION ECONOMY! WEDNESDAY. OCT. 4, - -- isoa Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Democratic club meets night. Bob Gillon, at Slato Lick, lias n to- -' inato vine twelve fcet.four inches, long. Tho Sun Life Insurance Co., has a J. Williams hav ing resigned. newlocal manager, B. Mr. J. B. Stoufler yielded to a persistent appeal to run for the council in tho University Ward. Ho is the oldest merchant in Richmond, a successful business man, and will get votes to faro you well. See announcement. , Whatever You do Doa't Fail to Attend the Busy Eee Cash Store Far Opening Oct. 9 and 10. The representative of ono of tho lnrg- est Fur manufactures, of Detroit, Mich igan, will be in Richmond, October 9th auu win, ior ine purpose oi giving a Fur Opening at the Busy Bee Cash Store. There will bo representative in this line, all the latest things in collarettes, capes, wraps, jackets and everything else that is in favor this 6eason and made out of fur. The ladies of Madison and adjoining counties will miss a rare treat If thev fail to see this magnificient Fur Display, as all the High-Clas- s fine novel- ities will ho shown as well as all the medium priced and cheaper grades. Don't forget the date of this Grand Fur Opening, October 9th and 10th, at the Busy Bee Cash Store. Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an enormous stock of goods to select their fall purchases from as we are now Shelves, counters, Ledges and even the very floors, upstairs and downstairs, are creaniif"-angroaning 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 customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. DRESS GOODS. o aro very fastidious about our unturned to make this the Banner DeDress Materials; they must be of the partment of our store. All the new most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves Jackets. Golf Capes, Children's Jackets, while the lower priced fabrics reflect &c, that are in favor this season we true elegance, which is the harmony aro showing and our prices suit everyof good taste. body. You can buy a handsome Silk We are offering a line oi beautiful Lined Jacketor Capo from us at the mixtures, double width and pret- same price a choap ono would cost you ty and stylish for i'Jc per yd., worth 39. elsewhere. Don't fail to visit our Cloak We are showing the handsomest line Department, look through it, see many of Crepons in the market this Eeason. new things whether you want to buy Prices from 29c per yd. up; the fine im- or not. Polite salesmen and salesladies ported weaves that go out freely at will wait on you. $2.48 per yd. We are showing a complete line of All Domestic Goods, are being all-wo- ol d A Paper at Paint Lick. c FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON IN MEN'S AND BOYS "Slue CLOTHINGS ail-wo- ol e. ar wear-resistin- g, are the Lowest-PriceWEmade,prepared to clothe yon witli in America liiglitly-mad-rightly- nothing absolutely as it is oi the lamous "Vitals iirand, tho only Rendy-to-We( lolhing Tailored on a strictly scientific basis in clean, well venti lated workrooms. Torfect fitting and because tho inside, the "Vitals," the very life of the garment is carefulness in making represents the expenditure of time nud thought, and Ir a derided contrast to tho tailoring seen in ordinnry Readv-t- o Wpar ( lothing. Tho Fabrics wo show are of the very newest designs that a ill le seen this season. Many confined exclusively to us, in the face of the above facts. liio comeuy event of the season will be "A Breesy Time." At Opera hoiiso 5 The most extraordinary feature combining our great offerings is, that we can and do THAN sell our Clothing at less money ELSEWHERE. e How can we aflord to sell such Clothing for less money than elsewhere? Our answer is pure and simple: Ours is a modern store, constructed strictly on progressive plans, our Clothing ic sold on tho smallest margin of preflt, depending on a large volume of business. i ne more jioining wo sell, tno greater our purchasing power, r l. tiie prices, that's tho story in a high-gradlow-oronuut-eliol- 1 6 Covington Digestos Dyspepsia Tablets & Mitchell. ly fin. I "Co A , "Every well man hath his ill dav." cure 'Dyspepsia, Indigestion Whcu "a bit otl" or when seriously ill I., .ill piiiiuuu . 4n dLtJU.I. iiriiuuit'b. fl ou iuox you should take Hood's Sarsaparilla .. DetrdjC 'im; and get well. is utt.'MtegnrJ for future possibilities. Wo letter written with The man whose mind is not mado up should never air his opinions in public. Of The New. k Ml Mi Conn Bijrcrer and better than ever before. All our famous specialties, besides exclusive General Merchandise. Black Goods. In this department is to be found the larsr-est, handsomest and most varied assortment of Black Goods ever brought to this market. We have just opened another line of Blistered Cre-beautif- ul pons, designs, in both Silk and Mohair. A fullI line of Lupin's Cheviots, the best Chev- iots made. Broadcloths, Venetian Prunella We take Cloths, Wool Poplins and Serges. pleasure in showing these goods whether you wish to purchase or not. We quote a few prices: 40c All wool 60c; All-wool 75e All-wo- ol Sponged Cheviot Henrietta Henrietta 85c quality worth 50e worth 75c 3$ New lines of Felt and Stitched Cloth Walkincr Hats, hand- somely trimmed. These are $1.25 $4.50 ft -- KP the very newest things for m& traveling and early fall wear. S2-25 A (new line or stylish ,Felt Walking Hats and Rough . i. i Kiuer uuectR, in peari, 'ny nun ...i. hiiucblhht unu quill, worth and $5 An ultra stvlish Cloth Hat. Hough Hitler effect and walking hat. Bo sure and inspect these, as they are very exclusive. jt- SEE OUR 50. COTTON TOWELS, OUT OF TOWN BARGAINS. THKY ABE it it ORDERS. If you are in need of Millinery or anything in Dry Goods, Carpets. Shoes or notions, write to us for samples or information, wlilrh will bo cheerfully given, as wo have correspondents to answer such letters. CLOTHING.' "Wo have received our complete stock of Men's and Children's Suits and Overcoats, which we will be pleased to show our customers. Boy's School Suits selected with special consideration for strength and durability. Thousands coming in ranges of quality suitable for all classes, Style and neatness are a part of every ono of them. SHOES Our stock of Shoos is larger tbait over. vite an inspection. Wo 3n- - jReftpectfvlly Submitted to Cash Trade, E. V. ELDER AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. Jotmu. unonault's Joe Watts, se cured fourth money in tho 2:23 trot at Louisville last Wednesday. ly in tho newspaper flold. Lancaster all weaves wrapped up with the margin of profit Venetians, BroadclotliH-ansuitings, pur entirely lost sight of. You can save adapted to tailor-mad- e Democratic primary to nominate Record. AVe are showing an price quoted on these lines will bo monev on each and every item pur Carpets. Linoleums, Elegant Lino of Oilcloths, councilman nnu cniet ot police occurs A Brilliant Young Attorney. much lower tiian you can expect them chased in this Department. Good Cali- &c, in our Carpet Department. Hugs, Tlieso tomorrow week, October 12. to tie. coes that make nice comforts and goods are new fall Mr. Kobert E Roberts, a native of no Our extraordinary line of plaids will dresses aro only 3)jC per yd. All best carried over goods importations, in old Our prices Elder's millinery opening was a Texas, has moved to this city and has this enable you to make a quick selection brands Indigocs and Simpson prints at department knock out all competition. revelation in the way of styles, prices, opened a law office in the Moberley Is the L. & N. Really Guilty? and get the latest bargains out. lower prices than anybody else sells While in tho Carpet Department ask varieties, and quantities of ladies' Building. Mr. Roberts is no stranger them. The Democrats, of Ford, all of whom to seo our Oilshades and Lace CurGood Canton Flannel 5c. BOOTS AND SHOES. tains, we havo a choice selection for here, having been graduated from Cen- desired to attend the Good Quality The enormous stock of Boots and and dark shades Outing Cloth in light this fall season. speaking here September 30, apan old Uuion soldier tral University in '89 and taught there Hiram Peters, 5c. y Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges An elegant assortment died at his homo near Wagersville, Es- for several years. Ho was subsequent-l- plied to the L. & N. for a special train to best grade has forced us to use our knife in this Flannelettes for wrappersof and home Wo havo the best solected line of graduated from the law department bring them here so they would loso ontill county, Saturday last. Death was department and we have cut to the dresses 8Jc per yd. Ladles' Children's and Men's Undor-wea- r of the celebrated University of ly half a day from their work, and tho heart in every line. We never had a duo to a stroke of paralysis. Good Percales 5c; better Percales that will bo shown you this searecently taught the languages Railroad Company flatly refused to con more complete stock of Children School son. Our Ladies' Union Suits at 25c per yd. An ice cream supper will bo given In the Jackson Collegiate Institute. He sider Shoes. Ladies' Fine Shoes, Ladies' 7Jc the matter, though peoRed Flannel, heavy twilled,' 15c per each are worth 50c. Children's Vests Work Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, Men's at Bogg's school house next Saturday has been, however, a close student and ple were willing to paythe Ford heavy winter weight from 10c up. well for the and Boy's Boots and everything to be yi. night. Every body invited to attend. practitioner, and his nativo intelligence, train ;yet on We are splendid .Mottled Ladies' Ribbed Vests and Pants Ific. s the day-o-f the county conshoe Btoro, and Flannels in selling red and blue at found in a gray, Proceeds to ro to school library 8Jc Men's Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests and education and experience equip him vention hero, it is well known that the prices we aro naming ou them are mov- per yd. Pants 25c each. ing them out in Bjgs, Carts and Wagadmirably for his profession. His true L. & N. furnished a special train free of $5,000 is the value in bulk of the Good Jeans 10c per yd. ons. Don't wait to get your shoes, worth is concealed from casual obser- charge for tho Hardin voters to come Good Bed Ticking 5c per fur garments, one of a kind, that will-bcome now. We aro agents for the Bed Ticking 10 and 12c per yd.yd; Best We aro agents for The American shown you at the Busy Bee Cash Store vation by his modesty, but having from Ford. Doesn't that look like the "Regina" Shoe, it is mado on all the Best Lancaster and Amoskeag Apron Lady Corset. The best feeling and new style lasts and it is tho best Si 00 Gingham 5c per yd. Fur Opening, October 9th and 10. 2t fifteen years knowledge of the man, we L. & X. is in politics 6ome? Winches most stylish corset used. Every Corshoe for, ladies in the market. Ask to commend him heartily to the confidence ter Democrat. Iwce uress uingiiam oc per ya; .Be- set warranted. There is something to amnse,some-thingt-o of see a pair of our Regina Shoes. tter grades 7iand 8Jc per yd. this people. instruct, something to enterA Beautiful Memorial. Our Bleach and Brown Cottons arc Get our prices on Trunks, Valises, CLOAKS AND WRAPS. A Manlr Way to Hit 'Em on the Head. being wrapped up at very low prices Hats and Caps, Umbrellas, Ladios tain, something to please, but nothing A beautiful memorial has been Wo havo ono entire room in our great in order to make room. Bring yonr Underskirts, Ladies' Dress Skirts, &c, to offend or bore in "A Breezy Time." This letter was 6ent to Louisville erected to the memory of the late Col. store devoted to onr Cloak and Wrap wagons and load them up, they wont be we will save you money and show you At the Opera house yesterday by a Brown Democrat who James Blythe, which is certainly a very All the Eastern and as low again this season. Department. the best line in the city. There is laughter for the laughable, heard Mr. Goebel's speech here on handsome as well as substantial specimen of monument architecture. It is music for the musical and much to Monday: "We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain Mart. The Richmond, Ky., Oct. 3, 1899. on the Sarcophagus style in shape and commeud and patronize in the perfor Editor DUpalck, best the market both east and west affords to be had here at prices within the reach of classical in every detail of the design, mance of ''A llreezy Time." At White Louisrille, Ay. & Bush Opera house even the markers all match m good taste ever3Tone. Bring your wagons as you will buy so many goods when you leave the low Sir: Some months since I ordered vour giving a very pleasing and symmetriprices we are naming that your buggy wont hold them. If you intend buying anything in paper through the Cj.imai at RichFur Goods for fall, don't fail to seethe mond, Ky., and have been following cal appearance to the whole lot. The monument is made from a select quali Busy Bee Cash Store For Opening. Oc- blindly the policy Of the paper as to the ty of extra white and one of the best tober 9th and 10th. This display of regular nominees of the Democratic New England granites and Is about 8 fur goods will bo the largest ever party until within tho past month. I feet long at base. It was designed and 27-shown in Richmond. have come to the conclusion that you executed by J. S. Clark & Co.. the Tho pupils of tho Green Oak school are wilfully and corruptly trying to n monument architects and RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN will give an entertainment in the Bed deceive and mislead the Democracv of dealers of Louisville, Ky., who have House church, Friday evening, Octo the State and I desiro to withdraw my works also in Vermont and havo erect ber the 6th. Exercises will began at patronage, (though humble it may be) ed many of tho largest and finest mon7 o'clock. All are cordially invited. from its support. I am not willing for uments in the State. it to come to my address and hope you Admission 15 cents. Cultinq at Kingston. will discontinue it. have paid for it Adam Forepaugh and Sells Brothers' nntil March 1900 but I are welcome A you serious cutting affray occurred at circus at Lexington, Oct. 11. One fare to the advanco payment. Kingston on Friday night, and as a re for the round trip all stations Williams, Respectfully, sult Ed Winkler will probably die As town to Junction City, via Queen & H. K. Mellon, far as we can learn the difficulty origi"White's Cream Vermifuge is a highly Lost. During the winter of 1897, Mr. James Crescent route. Tickts sold October 11, For Sale. College, Hill. Ky. nated through the refusal of Mrs. WinkReed, one of the leading citizens and valuable preparation, capable. from tho g good to return October 12. Ask your A handsome double case, A blacksmith stand and house and ler to laundry AVhito's clothes, certain merchants of Clay, Clay county ,W. Va., promptitude of its action, of clearing , To Reside .in Louisville. agent for particulars. gold watch, with the letters, struck his leu against a cako of ice in the system' in a few hours of every remarks, it is alleged, that were dis- lot near Kingston. For further particW, B." engraved on case. A liberal such a manner as tobrniso it severely. worm. Prico 25 cents. Perry and Mr. John H. Chandler left on Friday paraging of White being uttered bv ulars call on or address Four hundred choice, pure bred oct4-lD D. Penxixoton. reword will be paid for return of same It became very much swollen and Thomas. Plymouth Hock cockerels and pallets for Louisville where he will practice Winkler and circulated in the neighborpained him so badly that ho could not Kingston, Ky. sept27 lm to this ofOco Or law in partnership with Mr. Van Nor- hood. It was only a trifle, but White A wise man never tells his neighbors for sale at 50 cents each or Jo per dozen. walk without the aid of crutches. He A. T. Chf.nauivt. ept20tf Died iu South Carolina. was treated by physicians, also used what his experience cost. They will cost you $1 each after Dec man, a recent distinguished graduate of felt aggrieved and, it Is said, went to several kinds of liniment and two and Central University and her law depart- Winkler's house on Friday night and 1. Eggs, 15 for 50 cents. AVm. Ellja Yates son of Robert and New Wall Pjper House in Richmond. For all fresh cuts or wounds, in a half gollons of whisky in bathing it, ment. Their office is 327 5th street, op- called him out. Yates, deceased, died cither the human subject or animals, Slits. II. II. Colyek, When he came out of Minerva Collins The drug firm of Perry & Thomas but nothing gave any relief until he as a dressing, Ballard's Snow inLiniment posite court square, one of the best his gate, so we hear, White stabbed him at his home In Chester, S. C, on Sep sept20-t- f Kichmond, Ky. has installed a perfectly beautiful linn began using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. is excellent; while for on work localities in Louisville. in the abdomen with a dirk. The wound- tember 22. age 48 years. Deceased was ol wall papers and have Mr. W. L. This brought almost a complete cure in ing horses, especially if sores to heal, or Our band furnished music for the slow a week's time and he believes that had Jn severing his connection with this ed man is in a precarious condition, native of Madison county, where ho Leeds, suppurating, its healing qualities are Paris street fair last weok. Tho Lan city, where ho a skilled artist, to hang and to be be amputated. Pain Balm is resided for about eight one of his physicians being of tho belief leaves many relatives and friends. unequaled. Prico 25 and 50c. Perry for sprains, bruises and caster llccord says: decorate rooms to suit all tastes and oct4-lyears, Mr. Chandler has heard many that he cannot recover. For salo by Perry & Thomas. & Thomas. Important Legal Question About Voting. purses. No trouble to show goods. "The Lancaster band has a severe expressions of oct4-lfriendship and respect Ignorance in a homely girl is sweet White remained in the vicinity for case of too much courting, and has gone and of aug23-t- f Quite a nice legal point was raised sincere regret at his departure. an hour and was not molested, after simplicity iu a pretty one. the way of most all amateur It is always better to astonish a man Although a young man ho has made wards departing and is still at large. here yesterday in regard to the legality Low Rates via L. & N. Had a "Magic Touch." than it is to bore him. of a vote. There is a man in the counhimself felt for good in all tho activities Both parties are white. birthday is on One fare for the round trip to CincinLexington. Ky., Sept. 28, 1S09 ty whose twenty first Cheap Rales to Cincinnati. of life, and in all he has discharged his Dizziness, loss of appititc, flatulency W. E. Lateu. Winkler died Monday. the 8th of November. The election is nati, October 12, 14, 10 aud 17th, flr.al and nausea are all connected with dys- great Bryan, of this place, has been a On account of the National Conven part with honor to himself nud credit sullerer trouble Paid The Policy. on the 7th. The question is, will ho limit, October 21, account National Con- pepsia or indigestion. Herbine will Ho had severe from stomnrh stomach pains tion Christian churches at Cincinnati, to his intelligence and chaincter. Asa give prompt relief. Price 50c. Perry and also over his eyes. in the ba entitled to a vote? The opinion vention ot Christian church. Bkhea, Kr., Sept 20. 1899. He began tak October 13 to 20, the Louisville & At- student, as a professor, in the study oct4-lOne fare for round trip to Lexington, & Thomas. prevails among the attorneys to whom ing Hood s barsapanlla, wliich m lm lantic R. It., will sell round trip tickets and practice of law, in society and in Mutual Reserve Fund Life Asssociatlon to 14th, limit October ICth, case, as in many others seemed to have the mntter has been referred that he October 3rd New York. Reputation may be a bubble, but a "niajric touch." He took several bot to that city October 12, 14, 10 and 17, church, in business, in literary clubs Dear Sirs: We have this day receiv should be allowed to vote. They say account Trotting Meeting. and elsewhere he has conducted himonly a fool tries to burst it. tles of it and is cured. with final limit October 21, at rate of self in a way to win the plaudits of ed through your agent, Mr. J W. Cha- - the courts have so decided thoquestiou. one fare for tho round trip. Chance gives us relations, but wo person whose Good News for Our Headers. ney, of this place, your check for $2,700 It is claimed that a those who honor talented, C. M, Browning, G. P. A. rtthday is on the 8th completes the balance duo on poljy No. 815,509, held Who have scrofula taints in their must mako our own lriends. self respecting gentlemen. And the Co not gripe nor irritate the alimenear on the 7th. Anderson Nows. tary canal. Tbey act gently yet blood, and who has not? Scrofula in Rev. Sweeney's Speech. Nature can only feed the flumo of lifo well wishes of all these friends accom by our son, James W. Ames, deceased, all its forms is cured by Hood's Sarsa- with the food eaton which is digested. promptly, cleanse effectually and 8300 having been voluntarily advanced Big Democratic Club Organized. Eldcr.Zneh Sweeney, Republican can pany Mr. Chandler to ins new home, parilla winch thoroughly purifies the Herbine will a weak blood. Thisdisecso' which frequently stomach, nud so Improvo digestion as didate for Auditor, and Hon. C. F. Bur- - satisfied that they will not wait long for to us soon after his death, none of which Pursuant to a call in last week's according to tho terms of the contract iu children, is greatly to be to insure tho natural bloom of health. nppears nain spoko at the court house on Mon- tidings of a repetition of the successes Sold by all druggists. 2o cents. Climax the Democrats ot Richmond dreaded. It is most likely to affect the Price 50c; Perry & Thomas. oct4 lm would bo due for about CO days yet. day. Tho room will hold COO people he achieved, here. assembled at the court house on Thursglands of the neck, which become enWe desire also to express our grati In a push, but on this occasion, as there It is more difficult to command than larged, eruptions appear on tho head Ho who rules with a rod of Iron and an organization of Will Bank Slock be Assessed tude for the courtesy and consideration day night last, and tnce, and. the eyes are frequently should select a malleable one. was a greater attraction outside, Mr the Richmond Democratic Club was to obey. s granted to us and for tho promptness Will the City Assessor attempt to as alfected. Upon its first appearance.per-liapGoebel,the house was not only net fiilied effected. It was a miserable dreary, profit a woman if sho On the 10th of December. 1897, Rev. in slight eruptions or pimples, What does but a Republican and a Democrat who sess tho National Bank stock held by- with which this claim has been adjusted drizzling night and many on that ac 3. A. Donahoe, pastor M. E. Ohurcb, scrofula should be entirely eradicated gain tho whole.it world of knowledge aud individual holders thereof for munici- and paid, and it will be our pleasure at were there, tell us that there were not count were compelled to remain in- South, Pt., Pleasant, W. Va., contrart-e- d from the system by a thorough course lose tier own liealthV Youny women a severe cold which was attended of Hood's Sarsaparilla to prevent all students, and school teachers, eager. over 200 persons present, half of whom pal purposes this year. The Supreme any tinieio recommend tho Mutual Re doors. Others who had not heard of the :. were negroes Granted there were 30") Court recently held time Louisville and serve Fund Life Association to our proposed meeting, expressed regret at from the beginning by violent counb-int-a the painful and sickouing consequences ambitious, and full of energy, very often He says: "After resorting to of running scrofular sores which drain neglect their health in the struggle to other cities in Kentucky could not as- neighbors and friends who may desire present, Goebel's crowd was 10 to 1 being absent, and new names have been number of 'specifics,' usually tho system, sap the strength and mike gain education. They eat insulllcicnt sess national hanks the same as the economical and reliable insurance. larger, as 5 000 people were on their lm food, and at Irregular hours, they al added to the roll. Hon. R. Harris kept in tho house, to no purpose, I pur- existence utterly wretched. Very truly yours, low irregularity of tho womanly func a bottlo of feet listening to him. Mr. Sweeney is state banks are assessed. In view of Crooke was nominated by Judge Rico chased Remedy, which Chamberland's "When a wise man makes a mistake it tions to be established, antl tlie result Geoiigk Ames. acted liko a of affairs the City Cough rated as a fine stumper, and we sincerely the mixed condition for President, the former having been charm. I most cheerfully recommend teaches him something. is that they become chronic invallids Malissa Ames, regret we could not have heard his Attorney ot Louisville has advised the biefly instrumental in the call and or-- it to the public." For sale by Perry & with all their education practically oct4-lA Slick Yeung Fellew Caught. speech. The Louisville Distress lied assessor that ho can compel individual Thousands of the most stubborn and worthless. There is a plain road back ginization of the Club. Gov. McCreary Thomas. holders to pay, and addressed the (fol distressing cases of piles have been to health for such as these, mar'.ed by so badly about Goebel's crowd that we For sometime past, Luther Creek- - nominated Judgo Rice and J. S. Colcured by Tablers Buckeye Pile Oint- the feet of thousands. It is the use of cannot trust to its report for informa lowing letter to the presidents of the more, 19 year oltl son ot 2j. is. Creek-mor- e lins for Vice Presidents, and H. II. Ambition Is tho dauchter of ment. It never fails to cure. Prico 50c. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery national banks of Louisville: tion. Mr. Sweeney should come when of the Borea neighbornood, has Colyer named Clarence E Woods find in bottles, tubes 75 cents. Perry & for disease of the stomach and digestive Office of the City Assessor, Louis oct4-lno one to divide the crowd. there's and nutritive organs, and Dr. Pieico's been systematically obtaining money R Lee Davis for Secretaries. The The most stubborn cases of Bron Thomas. ville, Ky., Sept. 23. Dear Sin Under Favorite Prescription for disease f the small sums from the Farmers' committee on Constitution and By olittta cnpnnmK fn f 'ntiSKpti'R tlntipvnf in Public Sale. find fault delicate orpins of womnuhoiI. A euro the laws and ordinances governing the Tar. Price 25 and 50 cents. Terry &r A wise woman doesn't "NY. B. was appointed: Hon. so certainly follows the uso oi thoso oct4-lAs administrator of Wta. Williams, taxation ot banks in tutsciiv I am re--' National Bank, of this clty by present laws with her cook in hot weather. Thomas. ing checks drawn in the name of D. G. Smith, Chairman, Gov. McCreary, W. remedies that out of hundreds of thousdoceascd.'on his late premises. 7 miles quired to assess the stock in national The mind Is ill at ease when its com- ands who have tried the treatment, Bales and Pleas Evans, farmers of tho R Letcher, H. C. Rice and O- E. Woodc. Sal SloedL Cnxo Ftm. mile east banks to the individual holders thereof. north of Kichmond, one-ha- )f nine-eigin every hundred have been All the foregoing nominations were pauion has the colic. Berea locality, who had money on de Eating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers, Can Lporfectly and permanently cured. Con of Bed House. I will offer on Satnrday, For the purpose of making a uniform adopted unanimously, after which the cer of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck, stipation, with its calamitous conseOct. 14, at 10 a. m. sharp, to the highest assessment of this property it is neces posit in the bank. That Joyful Fcelln- Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are quences, which Is a common ailment to solicit On Thursday last the young man following wefo appointed bidder the following property sary for ine to obtain a list of the va and best all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood of students, can bo enterely cured by the exhilarating souse called for a much larger sum than membership in the Club, R. E. Roberts With and strength and internal of clean- Balm, which Is made especially to 44 Southdown ewes bred, and 2 bucks, rious stockholders In the national usual and the bank officers became attorney at law, J. H:c Kennedy, Win. liness, which follows the use of Syrup cura all terrible Blood Diseases. Per- the use of Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. from A. Renick, and Garrett Bros.' banks in thiacity. suspicious and upon interrogating Myers, and Messrs. Allman, O'Neil, ofiFigs, is unknown to the fow who sistent Sores. Blood and Skin Blem- ' Many men court distinction, but tlio herds. To be sold in lots of 5. One Tho City Attorney instructs mo that Berry, Feony a ad Dudley. Unless have not progressed boyond tho old ishes. Sciofula, that resist other treat wedding day dawns lor the fow. steer, two yearling heifers, under Section 5,210 of the Revised Creekmore they found him more or yearling cured by B. B. B. less tangled up in his replies to their otherwise determined, the Club will tiipe medicines and the cheap substitutes ments, aro quicklyliii.1 r kin Eruptions, nine fat hogs, one male hog.from Jones' Statutes of the United States I can ob- questions. Tho janitor was sometimes olfered but never accented (Botanic Blood B. for a meet every Thursday night at the court by the well informed. Buy thegtuiuine. Pimples, H&d, Itt liinr Ixienia, Scales, sent and Eczema. Tetter, Silver Creek herd; one No. 1 mare and it list of the names and residences of housQ. Stirrine addresses we made by Manufactured by tho by the California Blisters. Red or Brown Patches. Blotches. The intense itching and smarting incimarc mule. the shareholders and tho number of policeman and Creekmore was detained mule colt, ono Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc.. aro all due dent to these diseases is instantly allayed throtigh the diplomacy of the cashier Hons. J. B. McCreary, W. B. Smith Ffcc Syrup Co. . ono cow and calf, ono aged jack, five shares of stock held by each of theffi in to had blood, and hence easily cured by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and until the officer arrived, when, so to It. H. Crooko. liiid the, utmost enthusi s never nt homo, but by H. u. n. sypMittic uioou roison Sfela Ointment. - Many very Our minds are of 16 acres of corn your bank front you. s tacts hay. one-ha- lf desire to ob 'Jiie Ulubs career ever beyond-iomwhole ''bottom dropped out" asm manifested. literally driven froui tho svstem by B. havo been permanently cured, by it. It rj ono road wagon, one buggv. tain such a list. as goon as convenient, speak, the in shock, of Creekmoro's slick ftclwtneand ho was began under aaepieteM circumstances"1 "B.l!. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to ia equally officiontfor itching piles and Farming implements consisting or one and will send an Assessor to sectira taken to jail. The total amount of the and will be a greet power forgood in the MI wish to express my thanks to the live mouths. B. B.. B. does not contain "Wood mower, same from yoii at any tithe yoii hiav hay rake, one Waller A. waa only, about of which campaign, ia our eounty, legislative manufacturers of Chamberlain s Colic, vegetable or mineral poison. Ono hot chapped hands, cbflfehdae. frost.bitci Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for tie will test it in any, case. For sale by asd ckroelc sore eyes. 36 cfcs, per box. specify betWeen iiow smd October 15, or checks check drawn $170, onosaddle. not cashed, and State rteee. Meagre. SHh and having put oa the market sucn a wonthe last but Large bottles Terms Credit to Jan. 1, 1900, with I would be glad if you would enclose was $50 Creekmore sys he was hired McCreary Miked Mr. Goebel to remain toe. Caiy'n Ceeriitlea Pewier, aro ior f6. Semi for a, free sample derful medicine," says W. W. Mas- out interest on $10 and over. Cash in me a copy of same, st yourWrlteeteoa by another party fo pet the money on the over nd addrees tlte Oivb en Monday' giiurtU, of Beaumont. Texae. Tlwre are Slrfcix which wHlti)1 mM by- return just what a becse needs when in baa bottle, m, : .'i n .1 i ehil-litRespectfully. li lifted for sums under $10. venience. mall. Whetf yVwit, demerit f.yip-tor checks. It 1 so extremely difficult to night, after his at&reee in the after- iBiiuy fheaaiMls of mothers 'wboea Riwi pcraettalTMe tntxHe! advice vermttnge. They are aot food but D. T. Murom, AsDMBor. have been saved from, eitaefca of ' W. A. ViLujtS, Admr. obtain anyiifecmtfott oa the subject noon, iu order thet aU tboee, eieeiliy dientory.and cholera infaft&m who HI be given. AddMafr Hio-iMM m pa; u Co , M HM beet life km that iaHim pttkaktt are not pre- - our busy merobanta, might have me tuii aiao feol thankioL H Ms for aale 438 Mi Hi ell atreejfBf&UM. lim We learn U Uv Acre .wriokles the mind sore thn &. oct4-lbi( Ferry & Thomas. julyawyr opportunity t hear him. . th toe. Goebel-Black-burn Miss-ouii,afirst-clase 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 and the picking pretty dry. It's the easiest thing in tho World to start a paper, and anyone Can get out the first few issues, but when tho steep hills of time are encountered, those who start Into fill the "long felt want" will find that all's not gold that glitters, especial Western Cities have been culled by our buyers and not a scone has been left 0DR CLOTHING department is tho talk of the ontiro county. We are selliftg good suits for men at $2.48; Men's good heavy Cassi-iner- e Pants 7oc a pair. Our lino of Children's Knee Pant Suits is vory complete. We aro showing all the new things in favor this season. Our Men's. Boy's and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high ou our counters and every garmont is a bargain. You can't ask for anything in the clothing line that we don't hnndlo from the cheapest to the finest. Get our prices before buying elsewhere. -- W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. well-know- stem-windin- m rheu-inatie- m m self-mad- e, . m m ht (Salt-'Khcu- m I bad-;ase- e. -- -- druegists-everywlKir- - ha a gy B. N. !. & 0, Ut Class. R. R. SPEAKS CAMPAIGNER REPUBLICAN HERE AND FORGETS TO LEAVE TOWN. HE very word soul. " operation" strikes terror to a yrornxk' ? 'Nearly always these operations become necessary Timo Table No. 53 Taking Effect Sunday, Juno 11, 1809. BAIT BOUND. 2d Class. No 1 N'o. 3 No. a Kx Sun Bx Sun Ex Bun A. SI. 18 21 Versailles Nicholawillc Valley View Million Richmond. ... Unloi M.i'terlar. P.M. 5 89 7 35 8 00 S 13 A.M. 8 15 C 30 7 55 8 30 8 00 r . 1102 II 26 U II 11 53 I . . . llr&stitleul IMnoU In iue 12 13 12 16 12 39 12 35 1 0.i JI. 8 30 00 05 25 1" 40 11 35 10 10 10 . ... wrsr Irx ine ' Ho. t N'o". S Wo. 10 . No. 2 wound. iUiSuu.HxHuii B Sun BiSon I A. mT .. 1. 1 M. P. SI. Urt I'.u.U fitritl Mot.Tlt-6 05 6 20 S 10 2 15 A. M. II S5 1 05 1 20 1 Union IV'icUolasx illc Richmond. Million Villey View 2W 2 12 4i Acts gently on Vyn..illcsi i 6 H 5 7 60 2 15 3 15 3 31 3 85 2 15 3 05 3 i 430 6 10 i. A. M. AM P. M. P. M. I. SI." trains connect u lilt Louisville Southern tra'u to and fiom Lmivi!l. All trains connect nltU C. N. O. & T. T. trains to anil I rout Cincinnati. J. w . ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. II. ADAMS, Suoerinlemlent. Kidneys, Liver and Bowels THE 5YSTEM aEANSES EFFECTUALLY ' the DR. CALDWELL'S BTCURrTS CONSTIPATION." ,3 o LV1 RE OVERCOMES XrrpS HabitualWNsTIPAT,on PERMANENTLY ...... .0 " EffECTS. By THt GENUINt-MAHT- O 6y iLXSc ot rueomt. ! O a CO -- 1 IAjTGrSYRVF(S. fI 2.1. g2 H - I 2. ro ju n 4u cRst&JHk nu an5-l- y (5 is o 3 c-- .1 "g G Pa' lie line rs o S3 22o2oo2 ersr Oooooo CS as3asa 5 H a Hi a W 1 o 3 t3 f : 13 o Hi o 1 8 Insure your dwellings, barns and all other property lu the Blue Grass Insurance Company, of Lexington, Ky., a borne institution. Gives protection against Fire, Lightning and Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of 007 county now operating in the State, and get; cheaper ever year as long as yon continue in the company. For further information call on thcl- - agent and collector, S. It. B. BLACK, Attorney-at-LaRichmond, Ky office on Slain Street, opposite Court House,knext door to State Bank & Trust Co., second floor. J. II. CARTER, Pres. may21-l- y C. C. BOSWORTH. Sec'y. o o a 05 H22335H3 -- p s Frankfort & Mmti Railway. i W sass a 3323 DR. CALDWELL'S i li In Effect December 5, 1808 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. D.m. 2 00 2 55 1 25 5 40 6 17 7 10 6 20 7 09 5 45 9 30 10 28 11 20 a.m YRL!P PEPSI W CURES ITJDIGEST'ON. D m. Ar. Ill) Lve. Richmond 11 42 Winchester..-.- " Slaysville ' 8 40 " Paris 7 50 Georgetown Ar. Frankfort .. Lve. 7 00 n.m 7 6 8 5 4 3 20 16 30 10 28 40 SIM! SHORT LINE TO Ask for tickets via Paris. J. R. NEWTON, G. P. A. County Court Days. New Orleans-- Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pulliuan Tonritt Sleeping Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night and runs through to Sau Prancixco. Ask vour ticket agent for particulars or write toll II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Free Rccifning Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. A. !. HANSON, Q P. A., Chicago. WM. A. KELL0ND. A. O. P. A Lonisville. Taris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Payette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday Xicholasville, Jessamine cnunty, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. Clesa(tetessss(sasssstMSStt r a O n oeoasasossseaaeaesesassaaasacaaaaaasaea A Mr. John Felnnd, of Hoi.kinsvil'e, at Richmond on Monday niht, Sopt. IS), to an nudlencH of about 250, of whom over halt weio rolorcd. At d Lo didn't leava for five days. Why? Don't mention it! Ho Is jolly, fat fellow, a pleasant speaker, with a powerful voice, hut is too lazy, tired or ood naturcd seemingly to abuse his onpo uonti--; at hcxt only is a Eiiperflcial thinker, if his effort here is a fair sample of his ability. His docript on if was I. convention tiie Louisville humorous word picture, thought not meritorious for its origiimliiv, whilst his comparibon of candidate Taylor to Garfield 1111 1 Lincoln was absurd, as it showed a Kimilarity in only one p'lint all were horn of ioar parents a fact that applies equally to Mr. Goebel, whose splendid upward rise from poverty anil obscurity, Mr. Feland forgot to mention. lie declared thai he had rather hia young sons po&cs sed nil the vices of drinking, gambling, sinokingnudchuwiug which Mr Goc-bis said to bo free from ihan that they should ever he compelled, as Mr. Goebel was, to kill a man. 1 his he declared, thougli he guardedly admitted he would not pans judgment upon Goebel's guilt or inuoceiicu of murder, when tho hitter killed &uiford. This etyle of magnifying the unfortunate event in Mr. Goebel's career.for which he was cleared, whs tidicu.ous, 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 whose decision, lie said, there was no appeal, which is a misrepresentation of facts. . He practically admitted tho L. & N. It. It. was behind the Drown movement, although such statement was superfluous. He condemned the I tail road 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 mismanagement of State affairs, this in the face of the notorious scandals that have been unearthed by Inspector Lester, and Governor Dradley's dismissals of Re publican ollicials for negligence, inef ficiency and corruption. Mr. Feland bimply addressed him self to the ignorant and not to the in telligent 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 latier by eulogizing the heroism of one of their number. Never before in a campaign in Kentucky has a Itepubli can praised the valor of the boys in grey, but always waved the bloody shiit, rousing the .negroes to an insane frenzy by stories of Northern sacrifices to secure their freedom and their votet! Mr. Feland first patted the negro then the Confederate on the shoulder, to the disgust of all who had sense enough to cce 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 speech was the pleasantest but withal the most harmless piece of campaign ammuni tion that was ever touched off here, Mr. Feland evidently likes Madison as he had such a hilarious time with the boys he didn't get away until Thurs day, although he wasn't making speeches in the Interim! ('. E. V. epo'so po.-sih- ly -el you nothing for advice if you write to Mrs..Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for it, and if you let the trouble run along it will surely cost you a great deal of pain and may mean an operation. Miss Sarah J. Graham, Sheridanville, Pa writes: "Dear. Mrs. Pinkham : I had suffered for sev eral years with female troubles and 1 doctored until I was discouraged. I felt wretched and tired of living. I had dis 7T. r.V nu ease of kidneys, bladder trouble, dropsy and bloating, had womb trouble and a large tumor had formed; in fact all my organs were out of fix. Seeinga woman's letter prais-ing 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 nix bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and now cannot express 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 entirely cured. "My doctors could notbelievo' it at first, as they all had told my case was a hopeless one, and no human power could do mo any good. They were astounded,. If I can say anything that, can help other women, I shall "be glad to." It is not safe to wait until the last moment. Head off tfouble by prompt attention to it. Don't be satisfied without Mrs Pinkham's advice. , ft aVJsBBBBsVJsTSalBBW tkrong'h'neglect If the menses are very painful, or too frequent and excessive. get the right advice at once and .,stop taking chances. It will cost ' Mich., says: kKodol Dyspepsia Cure curedxne of a severe case of indigestion; can strongly recommend! itto all dyspeptics." Digests what you eat without aid from the stomach"; and c oi es dyspepsia. Perry Thomas. Chester H Brown," Kalamazoo, -- tt TTfttvr iii n riV rra 1 m, , , ., . , WOMEN AVOID, OPERATIONS AS OTHERS SAW IT. Miwsand Views of tbe Adam Forcpaugh and Sells Brothers'' Circus. J PLEASE J WALTON'S 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 Senate was very different from tho one passed by the House. If the old man keeps on their we shall doubtless shortly hear of him complaint thnt the laborers would not peddling eggs that he found in a mare's work because of the free food sent. nest. Gen. P. Wat Hardin Is now being prominently mentioned for tho TJ. S. Sennto to succeed Deboe. There arc many Democrats who would be pleased to see him go there Henderson Gleaner. They will never be gratified though, unless the general stops pout ing at once anu mounts the raging stump for the Democratic ticket and against his ancient enemy and the par ty's meanest foe, J. Y. Brown. The Cynthiana Democrat takes issue with our assertion that if the Brownies aro Democrats thero is nothing for Democrats to debate with them. There aro many things, it thinks, between them that can be settled only by debate. For instance, whether Hallam's face is closely related to a cankerous beef-steawhether 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 reference to him These are indeed momentous questions and but as it appears to us that they have already been settled to the satis faction of most people, tho incidents might be closed. k, Qa.. Cos.. COo. 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Tho bride is a dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II.' Duesing, of 1129 Brook street The groom was graduated in May from the Presbyterian Seminary, of Louisville, a"ud has sinco been engaged in work at Mapgard. Mr. and Mrs. Cockerham left at 8 o'clock for St. Helen's, for a visit to the groom's parents, after which they will be at home at Maggard. A part of the wedding trip will consist of a carringo ride of over 100 miles across the mountains from St Helen's to Maggard, Ky. 1IUU1H5. oa oo oo Ow.. Go oo CBtt, Oo GO G0. AO. no.. lTl. tl tee oa a CO LITERARY '2T0TES D02FT FORGET IT ao eo co et.. eo.. oo. OO iteaiicea t. TTli i 1 FlCCSaeeaes AO. SO Oo. GO. Oo Oo. oe oo. oo OO-- OO eo co I90. OO eo. do. Go Co OO Choice Styles in Lawns, Dimities, Wash Cropons, Piques, Ginghams, and Percales. All going at SLAUGH- -- TER PRICES Oo. Co.. oo oo OO OO eo.-co- . fDO oo-oo HfiT.'TifT. . GO eat,, eo eo Go co oo CUT PRICES OX ALL Oo. oo. 0 OO ....SUMMER UNDERWEAR, -- oo CO CO BO IO. 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Bret Harte tells a characteristic tale of the California; Stephen oa Crane is at his best in a craoliic war oa story; Cutcliffe Hyno weaves an ingenoa oa ious detecth-- story around some coun oa oa terfeit 1,000 banknote?; Bailey Mil oa oa lard chronicles the love affair of a Calioa fornia girl, and Ingalls tells oa oa the dramatic story of Blaiuo's Life oa oa Tragedy. oa In the fall Fiction number heidns oa oa Cyrus Townseud Brady's strong serial, oa oa "j;or tne freedom of the Sea." nearlv oa of the storv boiin told in flm oa se first Installment, The new form of the 08 1 oa ost will give space, each week, oa greater number of short storii-s- . for a Wa oa oa page of humor and a department of oa oa amatuer sports. oa oa oa oa The Automaton chess player is a won- oa oa uertui thing. It plays oo a, perfect game inside oa its limitations. 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It is the "incurable" and "hopeless" cases, which come in such numbers to Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N: Y for treatment Men and women with weak lungs, obstinate coughs, emaciated bodies and fevered" cheeks have found in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the true elixir of life. "The blood is the life " and the " Discoverv " by increasing the activity of the blood mapng giamts, ana restoring ta healthy action the digestive and nntntive organs, places the entire system in a condition to throw off disease. There is no alcohol, opium, or other narcotic, in " Golden Medical Discovery." Sir. Chas. Ilunwick, of? Lenox, Macomb Co., Mich., writes : ' I have never fdt better in my life than I do now. I have taken Dr. I'irrcc's Golden Medical Discovery right along. I think I am doing finely. I do not cat gh now and lean sleep like a school boy. ' I think I will have to change my mind about Patent SfedicineV as I never had mucii faith in them; but yon must know that I have been treated in two hospitals and by three doctors besides, nnii received no benefit; so I think your BMdicinc is the only medicine for me." , Oe... O- )- ()' ec OO OWEN M KEE. 4 ": ViHiMiHitiifiiHHiiiiii s::w.. .:: r :::::::::::: s ;i A iooS page book, free for the asking. You can get the Peopte's Common Sense Medical Adviser, the best medical book ever published, free, W eiiig stamps to pay expense of mmmg only. Send stamp: far easier, or. 31 2i oe-ceUir.pe Sue cloth botwtrl ediUes, to Dr. A. V, Pkrce, Buffalo, N. Y, nt For wounus. burns, scalds soresjikin diseases and all irritating eruptions, nothing so soothing and healing as De Witt's Witcii Hazel Salvo. Mrs. Emma Uolles, Matron Englewood Nursery, A vast amount ot blindness occurs Chicago, says of iU all else fails through neglect of an optical defect in healing our babies, it will cure." of tho eyes not being attended to at the Perry &Thomas. proper time. Many such cases have Capt, Alfred Dreyfus has been par come under my notice. Tho patient long doned by Presideut Loubet aul re- has either been leased from prisoii. He wished to bo sighted, astigmatic in one or both eyes; refused to be pardoned and to make an but one to a large extent which they appeal from the decision, but his say, is their woaK eve, tho other hav physician warned him that his health ing little or no defect (and should the would not allow his remaining m case of the weak eye bo short-sighte- d prison. He has published a letter in it increases rapidly), the eye with tho which he says iietares nothing for life greatest amount of optical defect gets without honor and intends to continue out of use, similar to a squinting eye; his struggle until all France is con the sight thus quickly deteriorates until it looses all perception of light, some vinced of his innocence. simple accident having occured to the Tflat Throbbing Headache other eye, causing permanent blind Whould quickly leave vou, if you ness. Others there aro with r large used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thous amount of defect in both eyes -- it may ands of Biillorors have nroved their be long-sigas well as mixed astig matchless merit for Sick and Nervous matism. They can read for some time Headaches. They made pure blood and by holding the book very close lo the strong nerves and build up your health. eyes, owing to spasm of the ciliary Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. muscles (apparent short-sight- ), and Slouey hack if not cured. Sold bv thus the patients consider themselves Perry & Thorna, Druggist. 1 and believe they will improve as thoy net older, but it fro Lord Sandhurst, Governor of Bom In paralysis of the bay, in a speech at Poona, said that the quentlyends muscles with almost total blindplague is spreading in India. It is also ness, or just sufficient vision to grope spreading in Chiua. It lias reached about with. Had specjacles been prop Astrakhan in which city there have erly adopted in time to correct the been 24 cases and 23 deaths. AH efforts errors of rofraction, they might have at stamping it out in Porto, Portugal enjoyed good sight all their lifetime. have failed, though it continues in that Br. Goldstein's system of tests result city to bo of greater mildness than it tn perfect fit, compensating for nature's has been known to be In anv other deficiency, while reserving the adjust place. Tho ratio of one death to three of the ing power of cases still, continues. normal eye; tho large requirement has Spain's Greatest Need. been nearly or entirely overlooked by P.,01ivia, of Barcelonn. Snaln. most of the opticians of the day. Dr. Mr.R. spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak Goldstien's experience of 16 years ena nerves had caused severo pains in the bles him, by most improved method back of his head. On lislntr Electric and with thp latest scientific apparatus, Bitters, America's greatest Blood and- to correctly teat the Bight, at d by a iNervo Kemedy, all pain soon left him. suitable) collection of lenses or spectacles to give relief to and strengthen He says this grand medicine is what his country ni:eds. 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A gentleman living in the country "It held the interest of tho spectator complains that the hnv taken upon themselves to trim tlio trees from beginning to ond in a manner bordering on the pikes, and are cutting that only a very good circus can do The merit of the show is In tho fact every spronfc and bash in reach. In this way they are denuding the pikes that there is not a poor act in it." The News said: of all shade and robbing the farmers of "There was not a dull momeut dur which in a few years would be that PURCHASING AGENCY. valuable timber. Supcrintendants ing the performance." "A very elaborate and entertaining ghould look into the matter. Write to Cozine & Co.'s programme; one that is calculated to please every patron." Purchasing Agency, Louisville, Ky., Each package of PUTNAM The Press said : for anything you want to buy. You "Tho whole entertainment was en- can FADELESS DYES colors thalling." save big money. 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Adam Forepaugh and Soils Brothers' "did" something recently in New York City, .'ihey inaugurated the summer clrcns with an. engagement oLi two wiceks at Madisoil Square Garden, Itras the first metropolitan' nppeaf-a-uc- e of the combined tJiqws,' aiidthey wore consequently subjected to careful observation and criticaj cilicism. It vpati n mnifiiiimiilnl itrVt.,,,! 'lltit iITa iudufiiir by'tho mt- combined sho-.vmo-tha- t joineil - data colors. On tlit day following the performance Uui newspapers of New York reviewed the show at length. They Were lavish in their praise and commendation of tho huge amusement enterprise. The World remarked: "Bigger; bettor; more bewildering than ever before." . "It was tho biggest circus that ever saw." 'Tho arena was a maze of life, light At a meeting of tho Cabinet in "Wash ington city, the danger of sending too and action, and the circus seemed to be much aid to tho Porto Iticians was dis- tlio best that ever came to town," cussed. One member related a story Tho Journal said: "Forepaugh and Sells have got to of a tropical island where they thought gether a great circus. There is no of changing the prayer book so as to pray for hurricanes in order that they question about that." The Commercial Advertiser said: might b fed without work. The plan Not a circus, but THE circus." Porto Itlco hnve entered ters in un New-Yor- V o 3- - 5C o-- t. a- DRUGGISTS, - j ' 4 avo rjti..r..aaaaiita ysj um m uamuuatBaaoo.rra Clomu i mr sun r.nc ?$m pices Compel-yotr- i . W PZ? . to: trade withius Y EflSr when you give us a trial. ys&SffS -- CVir Planes, mmmffl claims. s . The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic All te rock-cracke- rs White Gibson, Cut-Ra- i & liar r- II i urn Biasi renmsuiar. J YS1 j Fh e -- 4$ ?- Double Heater witb Tea Kettle Attachment. "- s - , te - m mMm ieauty . PAItLOr. 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