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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): October 11, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899101101_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): October 11, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. t - VOLUME 26: RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1899. NET? TORS FASHIONS. NUMBER L9; Window For Rent! office Quss DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR. GOVERNOR, HON". WILLIAM GOEBEL, OF KENTOV COUNTY. rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hardware store, Main St. m Choice of three good COLD WEATHER IS NOW upon us. So now is the time to put in your GLASS and keep out the cold. We have FOR LIEUTENANT . J. C. W. BECKAM, OOVERNOK, Royal OYtl BAKMO OVj NELSON COUNTY. Baking Powder .A&solutect )he SOWCH CO.. KCW residence, with modern convenrijjht-roo- Also very desirable iences. GRIGGSBY & MDNCEY. a very large stock of Glass bought before the large advance in prices. We are therefore able to make you i very low prices wnust our stock of sizes are complete FOR ATTORNEY OENEKAI., It. J. 1! RECK I Nit I DUE, 'oP'J!OYI.K OUJfTY. " Makes the food more delicious and wholesome VOSK. GUS COULTER, OF GRAVES COUNTY. FOR TREASURER, S. W. HAGER. OF BOYD COUNTV. FOR AUDITOR, ti. fimpT 1 forget our WALL-UUiPAPER for FIVE CENTS on up in price; Our Mixed PAINTS $1.10 per CALEB BRECKINItlDE HILL, OF CLARK COUNTY. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, H FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGUICUIjTURE I. Is. NALL, OF JEEFEllSON COUNTY. . IT gallon. WINDOW SHADES TEN CENTS on up. Neat EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL FOR SUF-'T- Of llnOUUCVL-vLIVINGTON COUNTY, XT OF lUBLIG INSTUOTION, r there. Ky. Lnci'n and Warran counties will roll up their old time Democratic majorities forGoebel. Hon. J. B. Hines, Russell-villKy. I was against Goebel, but the L ik N.'s free tickets are more than 1 can stand. I am for Goebel. Hon. S. D. Neely, Franklin, Ky. I have always been a Republican, but 2 shall work and vote for the elcc- tion-o- f Mr. Goebel. Hon. Lee Turner, Middeleboro, Ky. o, Goebel No trouble with bolters Hon. George W. Tate, Somerset, ALMOST HERE. Amuse- Tho Coming ol the World's Greatest ment Enterprise. The dead walls of the city and also of the country for miles around have been covered with highly colored pos ters announcing the forthcoming visit of tho famous Adam Forepaugh and Sells Brothers' combined cirenses, menageries and hippodromes. The date of the exhibition in tills city Is Mondav Oct. 10. PICTURE TWENTY-FIVE FRAMES. CENTS. ron RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, 3l. DISTv COL A- - W. HAMILTON, OF M.T. BTfiRtlNO. ESTATE AND COLLEC- TION AGENCY. R. LEE DAVIS, 1 Picture Frames, Wall Paper, Window STOCK FOR REPRESENTATIVE, MADISON COUNTY. FOR COUNTY JUDGE, HON. W. W. COMBS, N. Manager. Shades, Kouldinys, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes. THE LARGEST, THE LOWEST. GEO. B. COY. it m, Mineral and Timber Lands boujrhfc and sold mi commission. PRICES ANNOUNCEMENT Soft cSotrtrrY cxfesK. Wo are 'authorized to annonnee AnniT KAVANAUQII DOTY for Countr Clerk, sucject iu me action oi me uemocranc arty. We are authorized to announce C. M. RAY-BUR- N .Uvounts in ixud out of 'the Vilv taken for Collection. AVrii, or VAi . ! lCi:-llocrm9, cafl on "mo 'for Mob-erle- furtrer Build ticiilars. .. Hiiond, Ky. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. p. E. ROBERTS, AT'bUNEY-AT-LA; HtvND, - KENTUCKY. 'V . fi joberlcy Buildins. a candidate for County Clerk, subject to me anion oi me Democratic i'any. 233 ft. UK STREET. We are authorized to announce O. R. TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the niCIIMOND. KY. action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce SI. M. MILLER a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JESSE COBB a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. pon snEmpv. We are authdrize'A to announce .JatilT Jf. of No. 541 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at WAGER3 a cipdldate for $herJH 01 ,Ma4Is,on county subject to the action of th'e Democratic the Glyndon Hotfl, Richmond, party. We Are. t'o. announce JOHN MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, BALLARD,authorized SUtion. a candidate W. of. White for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic returning one day cachlndnlh. Eyis exam party. Ve. are acthorized to announce MARTIN ined and classes scientifically adjusted. GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action oi the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. B. BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff Of Madison countr. subject to the action of the Democratic party. II. WM, r Dr. R. Goldstein, $ The Optic Specialist, t V.itoLLER, Attor.nry-at-La- FOR ASSESSOR. UlcUMOXD, ,ii tlir Iiurruini i - KESTOCKT. y - Rutldlnr;, next door to fcW-lNational Bank. J. ATfrtRXEYkT-'LAW, -- 'KENTUCKY. IIMOSP, vprTrtyldrVflirrdware store, House, on Main Street. rt t.. HOGG, PURITY OF TONE, combined with great ranpje and powei are some of the strong points of the Cono-ver, Wcare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are anthorized to announce JAS. L. BAKElt a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subiect to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce G. W. a candidate for Assessor of DEATIIERAGE Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, of the Glade District, a candidate for A ssessor, 'subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOB JAILBR. Mr Goebel's public record is without a flaw, his life is as pure as Kentucky V womanhood. Hon. Clarence M. Finn, Owehsboro, Ky. Henderson county, the home county of John Young BrOwn, will not poll over 50 votes for the boltine ticket. Hon. Sterling Price, Henderson, Ky. Udebel Is a Rreac man and deserves the support of every good man citizen Rev. D. T. Hodge, pa6tor Cumberland Presbyterian church, Princeton, Ky. There are no such things as bolters among the Democrats of our county (Cnlloway), and none in Todd count,! where I married. Mr. Charfes L. Hill, Murry, Ky. Ad incorruptible AtteHcan citizen is the ndbfest Wdrk of tao'd, ati'd such a man is William Go'eUel. ConRTessmaii Charles K. Wlie'eter. I belfeVe Mr. Goebel will msklo one of the best Governors Kentucky has ever had. I am for him. Hon. G. L Hamilton Hodgenvillo, Ky. Goebel is' the best and bravest Democrat that over carried the party's banner in Kentucky. Hon. Ward Headly, Caldwell county. Brown cannot poll over 50 vote in Union county, and not over that number in Henderson, our neighboring county. Hon. W. C. Bland, Uniontown, With tho visit of this aggregation the people of this city will be aiTurded Ky. The statement that I am against Goe bel is a lie. Iam .for him and will do all I can for. him." "William Reming ton, Editor Paris Democrat, Paris, Ky. We don't have bolters among the Democrats of Spencer county, and 1 hear of very few anywhere in our section of the State. Hon. Chas. Hough, Taylorsville, Ky, Hurrah for Goebel! Inclosed find my check for S100 for campaign expenses. T. D. Luckett. Clarksville, Tenn., to the Democratic Committee of Trigg county. The Democratic party was never in any better shape in Bell county and wc will give an increased Democratic vole in November. R. O. Cunningham, edi tor Middlesboro Record. I believe Mr. Goebel stands between the people's rights and the greed of corporations and is in every way the man's friend. T. II. Radkin, Berry, Ky. Mr. Radkin lias been a life Republican. We realize that J. Y. Brown is a stalking horse for Taylor, and Ander son county will givo a large Democra tic majority. Hon. J. W. Shoute, Lawrenceburg, Ky. I have known Wm. Goebel for twen ty years. In sbility. he is the peer of of any man, and his moral character is above reproach. Hon. James B. Mc- Creary. Richmond, Ky. I have known Goebel for a long time. He drove lottery gambling out of the State. Ho is the enemy of all gambling and vice, and every man in the State ought to vote for him. Rev. V. B. Cooper. I do not propose to aid the Taylor- Brown combluuttou in their efforts to oppress the people of Kentucky. I am for Senator Goebel and will do every thing in my power to aid him Tin Se curing his election. Hon. T. F. Cur- ley, Walton, Ky. Goebel will be elected by 25 000 majority and my dear old friend John Brown, will be buried beyond the heads of the political resurrection or redemptions. T. T. Critten Ex-Go- v. Al'TG&XEY AT LAW. Kentucky. vnvn, 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30 (v ( We are authorized to announce JAMES C. LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. D. M. OUENAULT, A TTORXE YS AT LAW, HMOND, ii. Kentucky. Second 6treet, over Chen- - Schubert, Kingsbury and Crescent Piano. o ill well as a handsome appearance and fine finish. Wq have several styes. Some in Mahogony, Rosewood, etc. Prices range from $225.00 up. Easy payments. HARDING & RIEHM. G. V R. "LETCHER. tovney-ut-Lai ' witli T. .'on .1. & Mitchi-ll- Kentucky. Smith, Jr., over of vevy sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as We are authorized to announce PETER G. PARRI3II a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wc are authorized to announce JACK BOSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for one term only, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are anthorized to annonnee F. J. PER KINS a candidate for Jailor, subiect to the action of the Democratic party. TOR an opportunity Of witnessing the performances of the world's really greatest, tented ent'erprise.and in fact tho onlvi! big circus now in Aihenca. The Bar-nur- a and Bailey Show, which lias long occupied first place in the hearts of the people of this Sertfdn of the coun tiltfvl fiV'oV lllA OVmC w. j try, has gone from them", being now a Sable, heaver or Persian laino may do ctnootcurc. Termsinodcratcfuriicurc. . rr fixed British Institution. The Fore for the color of ayo'jung pirls coat. CURES GUARANTEED paugh and Sells BrotliVrs' circus Is In Evelyn Cable. Wo trent and nn: r'lirStOXP. (t tended fo be lis worthy. successor. Mr. James A. Bailey, Vlio Napoleon of the TOtT AHE A DEMOCRAT DRAINS I'NNATHtAI.niSrilAlUi- - h ff-Eb. Iv 1 iNKYnml T.L DDKU Di.n nreufu world, has intended jt as such, CONSCI.TATIOV FI1EK. HOOKS and has oeen th'e moving spirit fh the FHF.K If unnblo tn cull, write for C of course,want a Democratic newsgreatest consolidation b'fcircVis interests and, paper. The Chicago Dispatch is the that the worfd h'a's ever known. a Weekly Newspaper rw K5 Th'e'dire'cto'rs'aji'd operators of the Greatest Democratic It advocates the Forepaugh and Sells Brothers' com- of tho Country. platform and the 122 W. FOURTH STREET, W bined circuses are, James A. Bailey. readoption of the of William Jennings Bryan. Sy? GIKGINTIATI, O. Peter and Lewis Sells and W. W. Cole, T, There has never been a political camall names to conjure with in thinking of out door amusements. James A. paign that will' equal in importance Bailey needs no introduction; Peter that of the one to be fought next year. and Lewis Sells are the Baruums of The Republican party, backed by the the business west of the Alleghenies; money power of this country and W. W. Cole once a groat factor in cir- Europe, is alert and aggressivs. of three years cus management in this country, but Flushed with tho victory agojt will seek by every means in Its has recently returned from abroad, supremacy. where he has astonished the natives of power to maintain its OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF Democrats must be up and doing. Vienna, Berlin and Paris wi h an exupThey must wage an unceasing-wa- r hibition of American ingenuity iu so far as relates to the exploitation of cir- on their enemies. In no better and ..BOOTS AND SHOES.. cuses. Ho has again taken up the more effective way can this be tlono reins of management where he loft off than by the circulation of good, sound breaks all records. Never before in newspapers. The publisher ten years ago. Tho publication of the Democratic the history of our town was thero a of The Chicago Dispatch, will send to names of the sponsors of the forthcommore complete line offered the people. ing exhibition should bo sufficient evory now subscriber for three months Every shoo has been bought at tho a, copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch for guarantee of its merit. ten cents. If you are not already tak very lowest market price, and wo are ing this great political weekly, send in in a position to givo our customers. Uismarck's Iron Nerve Was tho result of his splendid ten cents at once. You should not only health. Indomitable will and tremen do this yourself, but you should induce Tho Most Value Fop Tiie Leasl dous energy are not found where Stom- all vour friends to join with yon. By a ach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are little effect you can easily raise a club you. Our Money we can out of order. If you want these quali- of ten or twenty subscribers. The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by ties and tho success they bring, use shoes are made to fit. You Dr. King's New Life Pills. They de- William Jennings Bryan and other Democratic leaders will find no trouble in getting velop every power of brain and body. Only 25c at Perry & Thomas' Drug Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH, a fit here. "We have all that's 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue 2 Store. Chicago, Illinos. octMf LATEST; all that's GOOD! Black nnderware is all the rage in Paris. tight luting dresses are- being re placed by those with easier and more graceful lines, and artistic drapings China crape and monsseline de soic combine charmincly in a very recher che costume shown at Lord & Taylor's. g A dressy autum mantle is a redingote of drab cloth, the front, sleeves and short cape being ornament-e- l with narrow black satin bands cut crosswise. A walking gown of pastel blue cloth has short vest, corsage cut away in front and opening with wide lapels over a white frilled muslin waist coat. Boleros, plastrons, shirred fronts and all sorts of dressy appliances appear npon the waists of most every costume except the regulation tailor affair. Fall frocks BhoWn by Best fe Co., for little girls are much brightened by. guimpes of gay plaid silk. They are j .1 further enchanced bv trimmihgd of narrow silk or velvet ribbon, sterling M buckles and lace appliques. A pretty little jacket is bt smooth broad cloth witli short, double-breaste4 back with iU box front and tlghf-flttin- g tails. "4 Immense rosettes appear on Gains borough hats,- - which are worn much half-fittin- 1 SIRS. 29 E2 W The. Leading Specialists cf America If 8,1 SO i IRS IE35? n J6eeri. KEPAIHINa AND TIMEINO FINE WATCIIE8 A SPECIALTY. YEARS IH OHIO. 250,000 Cared. V!P r IDS eTBJPTI 6TjVveau All Work Guaranteed. fharn catting pairs ot timw, rlichtai-chars- o, difficulty in eomaicncins, weak organs, emission, cn'l all tha f ymiitoms of nervous debilitv Ihvv linvn si'ltlfTUltK. Don't lot doctor experiment on E2L tm tw ....tin- - iMi.l,lnM A. . : Ljftf Xou. itiUlTilliintcarej-nu.nai- ' willic- - 1.4 tnm fltii- - NPtV AII.'Tfffili 'l'Iri.A'r 113 JIKaT absorbi tlio stricture) tissue: hencoremovcj tho stricture permancn j. 11 can licrcr return, no rjm.im mir. r. Injr. no detention from business by i nr is. 1.4 cncil. Tho nerved nroinvisoratcd.anJ tho hi!.: of mnr(wl r.lnn , UTS I ...! I ll "TT,,...1. men nro bavins tlicir Mural liser and K5. They n o frequently unconscious it t no ean-- o f f theso ivmpUinu. General Weaknes. I nnitural Discharges, Faii-in- e Manhood. Poor Memory. Irrttability'Lr.t time tinartins Scn- j.yes. mm uarK circles. fiiiuu. iicaK iSnyk. General Depression. Jjiek N. iiMJuuiun. , ouc'iceir. nmniceoi. Part. te. ULLEr an I eSTRUT I UK fe niarbOlhomil'O. Tlmrt innlr f imil. doctors, in they biro r.o otiiencuco in Lv 'IIC"ial .diseate don't allow Ki r i riivnmpai un y n. lonsult vfuM.n bicialist..wlioliard raa-i- ;i l.foi twhr of Disv cof 3Icn and Vomen. UiirhW A MKT1IOU TUtlArjIiNf will rosi- tivoly euro you. Ono thousand dollar. fO for a caso wo nece-p- t f r tmitinent and Thousand c f y nn r. u,l mi JJie agej men are troubled villi i'iu iliscstc many unconfciuusly. They ha. o a f martins actuation, rmall, tnL.tine ftrcaci, 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. Rest, Sweet I have received a large shipment of the handsomest couches ever brought to Rieh-man- d and will have them on special sale for the next few weeks, at prices rancrinir from $12 to $40. New, fresh, attractive designs and patterns. ill Records Broken! 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. fit MARRIED. 'llW "Window Window Shade Among my har-vestof CHIEF OF POLICE O. Lowry, Attovney-at-La- cratic party. We sre authorized to announce J. u. ALL- MAN a candidate for Chief of Police, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. D. FEENY candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOB COUNCILMAN. We are authorized to announce EVERETT BERRY for Chief of Police for the City of Richmond, subject to the action of the Demo lev BuiMing. Riohond, Ky, PHYSXOIAXS. l',:S , (1IHSON, & GIBSON, I'llYriWIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. ,M.iNi . KENT, Agent, RICHMOND, KY. 1, the Joe Ci .lint biulJing, 18 and ao Sec-over wniie .01a aruesiorc. r HAS. HOOKER, ETERINARY SURGEON, 'linuluoU Ontario Veterinary CdUge. nnary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. recently accu-East Main y 8t apu-iliiumd, Ky. 1 Office up stairs, over store bv Richmond Harness Co , 1 Wc are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS, our leading tailor, a candidate for Councilman in tbe court House rrccinct, to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce DB.V.U. IinRRON a candidate for Councilman from tbe Court House precinct, subject to the action oi tne Democratic party. We are authorized to announce C. A. TAY LOR a candidate for Councilman In the Court House Precinct, subject to tne action oi tne Democratic party. We are authorized to announce C. T. WELLS for Councilman from the Cltv Hall precinct. subject to tne action oi tne Democratic party, We arn anthorized to announce JAMES B STOUPFER a candidate for Councilman from the University Preclnctrsnbject to the action oi tne Democratic party. suo-Ject Fa ddes. FI nding that it is not well for man to live alone, Rev. A. S. Moffetr, late pastor of the l'reshy-teria- n church here and now of Lebanon, was married at Murfreesboro, renii., Wednesday- - to Miss Clemroe McFadden, of that city. The wedding is a great surprise to his friends. Harry Moflett, son of the groom, who was here yesterday, says that the bride is 23 years old and that she used to teach the Sunday school of his father's church at Liberty, Mo., where he first met her. The family seems to be pienseu witli the marriage. .Lacy, a son, attendingthe ceremony. Stanford AToffett-M- c CALL AT We have a few summer goods left that 'we will sell you at 3"our own price. SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. furniture fancies, there is than our Shades. Every beautiful display of stsle, every color, and every price. Call and examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentucky. They are all nice and good. Now's your chance ! Yours for the Right Price, Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed accommoby Freeman Bros., First Street, Richmond, Ky. Journal dating clerks. Rev. Mr. MofTett's two sons spoken of Qeanlne Saratoga aboye, are graduates of Central Uni- verbity, and have many friends here. Brooklvn, Michigan, has used DetVitt's I' rtt ..!.. uiuo xinriy xiseit in ilia liiiutiy iui years bays they are the best. These famous little pills cure constipation. DUionsness ana all liver anu bowel roubles. Terry & Thomas. T T1 Water Kept on Tap. II 220-22- 2 MOBERLEY. Main Street, RICHMOND, KY. President Kin?, Farmer's Bank. Phone 3. Second St. DAY PHONE "W. RICHMOND, KY. S3. NtQHT PHONE 23. m SIGNS OF THE TIMES. The following aro a few of the thous ands of expressions favorable to next Governor Goebel. Nearly half ol them are from preachers of prominence 11. C. JASPER, M. Ail tho expressions are from prominent Medicine anil Snruery. men. ivery man who Knows Mr. uoe-bOfliee l'rathor Nuildinir. Main Street well does not hesitate to indorse l.ce) on 1 phone at residence (the Crr My him. It is only the corporation con lirondway. Kentucky. trolled newspapers and a few people Luhmond. --- --Go to F. J. Yeneer's jowclry store whom they have misled that are op M D. about that Evo Trouble ot yours. Do posintr him. Read these expressions of G. W. EVANS, ing without praise and admiration: I lovo Goebel for the enemies he has PlIYSCIAN AND SuitUKON, SPECTACLES OR EYE0 LASSES made. Hon. E. 'H. Thrclkeld, Owen- K&NTDCKY UkhmuND. or wearing those not suited to vou nra ton, Ky. equally injurious in certain casts. I am for Gotbel and shall vote for DR.T. J.TAYLOK, liira. Rev. J. W. Oliver, Lyon county, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, WE'LL EXAMINE lien JL'erkids is tiie only bolter in Kentucky Richmond, YOUR EYES Todd countv. Hon. R. T. Daniel, 1 New Director Elected. I el Take Advice! den. The best thing that can happen in the State Is the election of the Democratic ticket, and I intend to vote for it, speak for it aud work for it. Judge James 1' and residence on Second Street. ... dextis-i, DENTAL SUH0SET. op Lodisviixs, Ky. ffjrOmce next door to Government Building, ii hmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to i. 12-- ..ovH-l- Q. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. tnrOIRce, over Collins Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. BurRin. Janl2-I- y Dr. Louis Ii. Landman N wj 1 .vtl Ohio bo at the Hotel Zimmer, Richmond, Ky., on WhI Ninth Street. Cincinnati. FRIDAY, : OCT. 11, 1899, iemo-iy. r 'nrninr every lecond Wednesday o. each month. Reference every physician of Rich na, liy. lmpt Mt M Ohio Railway Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. Sterling and Lexington Accom. .rcliead and Lexington Accom. V iv York Limited F. . I astern Exnress for Louisville 8 65 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm ao pm EAST BOUND. 0 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom.. .11 68 am New York Limited P. F. V 8 20 pm Lrxlnetonand Mt. Sterling Accom za pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except Sfln A u 11 Through sleeping and dining car service to It wYork. For information, rates or sleeperresenrations wu oa or wnie Ji. uuuu. Agent J..aiy. jty, tr GEOItGS W. BARNEY, juenmona, D P. A. C. O. By., Lezlegtou, Ky. i. t I Tarvm, Covington, Ky. I am for Mr. Goebel because he is for For ale by 'Perry & Thomas. the people, because his opponents and When our boys were almost dead enemies nave never yet shown me gave wherein I would be committing a from whooping congh, our doctorrecovOne Miuute Cough Cure. They wrong in voting for him, because the ered rapidly," writes P. H. Belles, campaign being waged against him is Arcvle. free of cliarj;o, and tell you whether Elkton, Ky. It cures couchs. colds. There are no bolters In Garrard coun a campaign of slander. Jtev. J. R grippe and all throat and lung troubles. you need Glasses. Wo have all styles aud prices, and Ssnow we can please ty. Hon. J. M. Logan, Lancaster, Ky. Crandall, Pastor Methodist Church, Terry & Thomas. bujvor not. Casey county is coinc stronger for Hodgenville, Ky. you, vhother3-oGoebel. Rev. R. B. Mahoney, Stan F. J. YEAGER, His Life Was Saved. ford, Kyi G lovANxou. This is tho third time Richmond, Ky. No. 28, 2d St. know William Goebel. He is a Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen tho Cumax has notified the citizens of I sep6-J- y man to trust. Rev. T. W.Tibbs, Mt- - of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder the United States, Porto lUco and the ful deliverance from a frightful death . Sterling Ky. Philippines that the House of Giovan was taken Goebel will carrjSlmjison countv by In telling of it he says: uoli has an heir. The Lancaster Re 50 majority.' Johwpurham, Frank with Typhoid Fever, that ran into cord thus pleasantly remarks upon this Pneumonia. My lungs became hard . lin. Kv. important historical event: cned. I was so weak I couldn't ovon am for Goebel for Governor, against "Wo met Harry Giovannoli, local I up In bed. Nothing- helped me. the world, tlio flesh and the devil. Rev. sit editor of the Advocate, in Danville, expected to soon die of Consumption, R. L, West. Friday ,'and the clever quill driver wore when I heard of Dr. King's New DIs am for Goebel and want to see him covery. One bottle gave great relief, a smilo as broad as a barn door. Bush' I elected Governor. Rev. V. F. Taylor, I continued to use it, and now am well iugup, nearly out of breath, he said boy and looks just like me." We Shelbyville, Ky. and strong, I can't say too much in its "Its a I think Goebel is a great man and praise." This marvelous medicine is tried to extend congratulations but will take pleasure in voting for hiai. tbo surest and quickest cure in the Harry continued to hop about like hen on a botgriddlo and. didn't stop to Rev. W. S. Payne. world for all Throat and Lung Trouble, If little Harry grows to be as listen. of our price cutting wheel tmdkes another opRy actual count there are only four Itegnlar size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial clever a fellow as his daddy, Mrs, portunity for the prudent uuyer. This interbolters in all Carter count'. Judge E. bottle freo at Perry & Thomas' Drug Giovannoli should be very proud of ests Carpenters, Builders and others who use 2 Store: every bottle guaranteed. B. Wilboit, Grayson, Kyv him." ANOTHER LOT Yes, I am for Goebel, because he is A strong minded, female Fuffragist "It did me more jrood than any thine the friend of the oppressed. Rev. k n oi from this country undertook to convert I ever used My dvsnensia was of William Stanloy, Danville, Ky. , alter eating; it CROCKERY and Set mo down for Goebol. Roy, Emperor William to- - her views. He months standing-- am well, writes S was 1J. terrible. Now I because we are making a special lis'.ended politely, bat answered lie Keener, Hoisinaton, Kansas, of KoGLASSWARE Charles Nouree, pastor Southern Pres sale of that class of goo(s and offer agreed with his wife that women have dol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what byterian church, Princeton, Ky. no business to iuterfero with anything yon eat. Perry & Thomas. lias arrived and the wiso housekeeper standard sizes and qualities aWess I regard Goebel as the ablest Demo- outside of children, church, kitchen pE3 will not iniss tho opportunity to buy than standard rates. ', " f'---. saloon keepers Several crat in Kentucky, and I am for him. and dress. when every nrticlo has tho durability 0. have adopted a novel method to Rev. E. Totly, Williamstown, Ky. ' of two of the ordinary kind. keep loafers away from the front of is nothing in it but Goebel The '"Plow Boy Preacher,' Rev. This Is Queenfiware worthy of the There gfgl See as and get prices on roofini; and (rutterlng. name. It ie hij;" quality ciean uirougn The, way we'll win will be a wonder. Kirknian, Belle Itivo, Illinous. sayst their places of business on Sunday. W. D. Bucklsv, Tinner. overy Sunday naoruing the win Don't theso nrices extend a wel Co!. Ike iforgan, Harrodsburp, Ky. "Alter suiiering irom lironclual or Early Aninn? lang trouble for ten years, I wm cured dow sills and door steps are treated to a wetula Kentucky I wonld vote by Ue Minute Cough Care. It Is all fresh coat of paint. This prevents the mm Glass Fruit Saucers, 25 to 90c pcf tioz ouc. anu Glass Tumblers, 25. 40. 50, for senator Goebel good and stroBg. that 1s claimed for it and taore." It loafers from dropping Into h esy poscores eouelifi. eaklt:. 'wi-Dtaud tl per doz. Hon. W . A. Cfcrter, Paris, Tennessse, atari.' lang thHftMw. Prry nod ture, and they bsov throat C E. DM BvtaMemte oi Pulaski arwlklfor xuo-mas-. Tb rating place. u The Hichmoitd Electric Company met at the office of Judge French .Tip ton Monday nisi it and elected Dr U. Jasper one-ti-f the board of directors instead of J. V. Crookc, tesigned. Tbe ofllcers now are D. J. Hauce, President : L. Perry, Vice President, vico Tip ton, resigned; French Tipton, General Manager; Frank Adair, Sec. and Treat urer; Dr. H. C. Jasper, Director. The officers of tiie company r.ro actively looking-nitetho welfare of the com pany and lending evory assistance to the temporary receiver to eecufe the success of tho enterprise. r Kodol Dyspepsia Cure 11 mi .11 v. T I r- cm Itartlficlallv digests the food and aid a Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs. It Is the latest discovered digest- aub ana ionic ixo oiner preparation can approach It In efflciency. It Instantly relieves and permanently cures uyspepsia, anaigesiion, .Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SickHeadache,Ga3tralgia,Cramps,and allotherresultsof lmperfectdlgestion. eyL.k ue will a KO CQIcago. Digests what you eat. EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY Tiie hikn OF Mutual Investment The man is who has a good, sound, re liable carriage under mm. lie can rest secure in tho thought that when he has one of our well made, leliable carriages, runabouts, ChnMoiiB, or road carts, that come what may on the rnail, his waj?on never will givo way. Wo have one of the finest stocks of road wagons, rocka- ways and rubbertirod humans in Rich' JOHN D0NELS0N, Prop'r., moud. Kentucky Carriage Works k LfEXirNGTOrN, KY. $160,000 PAID IjYLIVIjYG BENEFITS $ 05,000 RESER VE AjYD S URPL US. -T- iie Reverse of Lite Insurance. Wo pay the same profits to the living tiiat Insurance Companies pay to tho estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every' precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to BIRTHS. . K. SMITH BOWMKN, KY. SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. VjKrjjl I.'ICSmJ I I m?J)i tisBtt IECKD fta i Ero i, - A Treatment That Cures Ne Cancer. Plaster, Another Turn Frta m Paste, No Catting, No Suffering, No Detention Busii&ss, N0 Danger, No Failures, and No Pay Unless Cnrei. No hard-to-brea- Screws, Nails and Tools The Surgeon's knife and burning plasters and the horrible crude methods heretofore cmpl6ycd in an attempt to cure cancer has been forever displaced hy tha udveut of Dr. ReKister's New Serum and Antesentic fluid treatment. This discovery works a now era In medical science and suHbrers lrt-- Cancer, Lupura. 'Ulcers, Tumors. Goitre and Fistula can certainly be cured without tho horr.Mc lor a century, owt torture attenilinK tne quacK anu ignorant methods in liftv well denned rasfs wunout a laiiure is the cjideiice to prove tlio merit oi this important me ica! discovery. This new treatment is the result of a thorough scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on tire most rigid rck i tifio principles. . Dr. Ucirister holds cold medals from leadinjr medical collects lor profirlonry in diseases of womon, and for tho past ton ycarshas confined his practice to fe male BiiHerers UiHiliecoveriesoi recent uato for the euro or malignant atseastn is duo to the jjreftt Increaso of cancer of the womb and female breast. A well equipped sanitarium is employed by him at 100 Court street, where his cntiri tiuiB is devoted to feiualo sulVerors and malignant diseases. If suirfring from h FEMALE DISEASES. Itl TAYLOR BROS. orsortf, any disease peculiar to women or any manner ol nialicnant-jnowtwrite a full and coacisefitatenient of your cao "and get an honest expert opiniun free. Cures can bo md&t home. Addres?, fd it in-vil- la 10G Court Street, Iemphis, Temu - 0 i Pr'mt Shows through The Richmond Climax. J. C. ClIENAULT. A. I). MILLEIl C. E. WOODS. . The fragrance of Ufeis you will observe from "(he following: MVm street, while a larjie one, was Mr. Thomas Turner has sold to D L. Blackburn, Goebel, Bob Breckinridgo composed largely of Bepublicans and vigor and strength, neither of Prewitt 14 acres of the Collins Coy - iew). Beckham, and Ion It, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 11. Nail. The invi- Brown men. attracted merely by idle ivhich can be found in a per farm at $100 per acre. You are also requested ctirioMty. Kev. Sweenev's crowd, on tation Bays: Mr. Bohon, of Gairard, was in our PUIH.IbMKUXvr.KY XVKDNKSUAY BY to invito all Driiiix-nitand any voters the other hand, although tne side show son whose Mood is impure, midst last week, supposedly to take a was in the courtyard below, was in the may and whose every breath p?ep at bis bist girl. UU Ths Climax Printing Co. who with proper teachingyou andbecome nelKhborhooU of 000 or TOO." enjov DemocmtH to come with Green Etter sold Bound Hill failed to hold thocrovwl speaks of internal troubles 'Mr. Goebel property to John Hill f.jr $G50 uood cheet and a no Democratic which, but of those .fr the addition "Posession given nt once. PK1CK TKIt YKAIl, $1.50. time." who CHine. from the speaking up stairs Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, Dr. Ilpppor, son of .Unplo .Jye, Hopwould iinve dwindled to pitiable pro vitalizes and enriches the per, the popular" Piesbyieri.in revivalist, Mh. Hai. Cokjiett: Dyar Sir: pot nous. ' Csll For Cil) Democratic Primary Election. will locale here about the firtt of JanWherever you add est an audietire' I.et us close with the Dispatch: blood, gives a good appetite uary. limeiitler please confess to tlieut what ' Hundreds of Republicans, who, on and makes At a meeting of the Democratic Committee Dr. D L. Fry nnd Mr, George Burton the weak strong. of IHchnioml. Ky , lii'ld on the 2d day of Sep- you admitted last week to the editor of ratlitiir to train admission, to the KepuD 11 Proprietor. Business Manager. Editor. Handsome invitations in silver are ly to afford our readers amusement, for out to the Old Fashioned Kentucky even the reporters knew they were only Barbecue to be bold at Louisville on trying to outlie each other, we append October 18, by the Regular Democrats these extracts from their reports: The Commercial said: of I.oui8villfi. Faro- on railroads one rate for round trip. Specchesby Bryan, "Senator Goebel's crowd out on - "Actions of theJust KIRKS VTLLE.. . Mr.:EdlUuth, of Illinois, isivislilng . Mr. BJliCTevR Oltl.-Klrksville Cstray Horse 18 r THE IN- - is on n ,Vboom;" as f A dark hay horse, about 15K hands high, years old, come to my place on Taylor Elce's farm, Speedwell pike, about twelve days apoi. Owner can hare fame by calling and paying FRANK I.UCA8. charges. octtl-2Estill. Ky. CELEBRAT H BUEL EVER KNOWN Creditors' Notice ! All creditors of and claimants against the estate of Wm. Williams, dee'd., aie hereby notified lo preaent same legally verified to the undersigned on or before January 1, 1900, or same will be barred. This notice- - is to all claimants, whether against deceased as' principal or security. W.U.WILLIAMS, octll-lAdministrator. RICHM TWO COMPLETE, UNABRIDGED PERFORMANCES, OR SHINE, AT T: tember, li?.', fin motion the following resolutions were adopted: 1st It is ordered that a Democratic Primary Election be held at the various votinit precinct t in Hiehmoad. Ky.. on the Hth dav of October, 1B, to select Candidate for the November election. 1899. fur Counrilmen and Chief of Police, and the polls shall bo open from 7 o'clock, a m. to 1 o'clock, p. m., in Richmond. Ky , on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid purpose. 2d. That for the purpose of defraying the cxponses 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 committee the following sums. Kach candidate for Councilman $2 00, and Chief of Police 5.00. 3d That said primary election shall be conducted hy officers to be hereafter selected by this committee. 4th That the chairman and secretary of this committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election. Mh. It is ordered 'hat all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats, and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now under age of twenty-on- e years, who will attain their malnrlly on or before the day or me next general election, in November. 1899. and who de clare their purpose and intention to affiliate with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote in said primary election, f.th. That the chairman of this committee give public notice of this election by posting a this order at each of three voting places in lilcliniond, Ky., and shell publish a copy of this order in every iiue of the IUciimoxd Climax and Kentucky Register from date of adoption to tlmo or said primary election. DUDLEY TRIBDLE, Chairman It. A. BAXTER, Secretary. Or Gov. McCreary. who spoke at Stanford on Mnndav. the Stanford Jonr mil says: "Gov. McCreary is doing valimit service for the ticket and his speeches are said to be among tbo best and most convini-injjothe campaign f Gov. McCreary for nays he lias been papei. vtz: That 1'. I' Johnston "did rong" when he tried the contest cases before the Democratic convention; and that yon told Mr. Johust-he did wrong, as your comity, McCracken, sent a regulaily accredited delegation, that Chsiriuan Johnston wrongfully divided. Furthermore, when you so eloquently dilate upon the ''divine right of the majority," reiueuber that ou are violating that virtuous doctrine, and contradicting it daily appealing to a small minority to vote against Mr. Goebel. You know full well that a large majority of the Democrats of Kentucky have ncquiesced in the nomination of Mr. Goebel, and that hut tor the insubordination of yourself and your boltlngcon-tingethere would be no doubt what ever that the Democratic ticket would m overwhelmingly victorious next month. Then, cease to abuse Redwino's ml Ings publicly while condemning John eton's privately; not only preach but practice submission to the will of the majority, and employ your energies in side ot the party that has done its duty ny you ana yours. Ana next year your name will not bo linked with the crew of decelerates led bv Billy Breck mridge, Billy Owens, Billy Beckner.and other such IVdletdoux. READ nt lican speaking, contented themselves by standi n,' oil' at a distance, viewing the small crowd, wno through idle curt to Mr. Goebel.' osity were listt-nfn"At the conclusion of Major Burnauia's address ho was besieged with the hearty commendation of the large crowd who trathered nround him and then filed out of the house to swell the Goebel crowd which had now dwindled to less than 300. Tho efforts of tho Goebel leaders to magnify the crowd who heard him was painful, to sav the least." Lord, have mercy on these liars ! No man who saw that crowd here Monday Oct. 2, ought ever again to open the Dispatch. A pnper that will propagate such falsehoods is unworthy a place in the U S. mails. As photographer Schlegel took two large.pictures ot the crowd, tliere cannot be any doubt that Annanias has come back to life and deceiving the people who read the above newspapers. My ktisband tuoi run down in health and a.U tired out. These excellent medicines, Hood' s PHh And S&rsa.- partiU, buUt him up Again." Mrs. H. L. Mcrwry, T&wandk, Pa. Run Down tfrr nrnwif tfLtlf IT llood'i lHli enr llrer till ; th non Irritating nd only cathartic to Ulce with llood'i Sariapartlhu PERSONAL Mrs. D. P. Armer leaves He has traveled extensively througli the Republic of Mexico and has preached on the border line to many bands of Mexicans. Mr. Boen is for this wiutcr located with the First Chris tian Churchjn Oklahoma City, Ok la and expects in the early spring to start on a trip around the world.- He will $100 lirivart! $100 attend the Jubilee Convention at Cin The readers of this paper will be cinuati during this month and then ex pleased to learn that there is at pects to spend a few days visiting his one dreaded disease that science least has - will leave for Cincinnati where they will enter the DejitaV ' college. Drs. Middleton and Fry have treated their drug store to a new coat of paint K and paper, which adds greatly to its appearance. Equal Rights to AH, Dr. Brown Oldham, of Spepdwell, Special Privileges to None. has purcjiased the Dr. Wiimore property, and will move here to practice his oN???f I wtint your tuxes at once, v profession. Last Thursday was court day here and warn 3011 to look out for V iWm The docket was sufficiently full to oc- the penalty. Your taxes have cupy tho entire day. All lite cases were disposed of in a satisfactory man- been due and collectible since ner by ''our prince of magistrates" last May. Call and settle at 'Squire Cotton. once. Respt., Elliot Institute is again on rising H. H. COLYER, ground. Prof. J. B. Harris reports a octll-4- v Sheriff. good attendance. All of our schools report an increased attendance over last year. Mr. Chris. Fnrris says Ids school is ns full as the "negro's coon tree. Is the best article otice to Taspayers. y fills V JlL L JL X RICHMOND, I MONDAY, THE MOST STUPENDOUS, TREMENDOUS SHOWS OF ALL EARTH CASED OH MIX... INC! C, . CLORIOUOI PUBLIC SALE. fathor'8 family in this county. DEATHS CnoOKS. Wm. McFarian, the infant son of Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Crooks, died-oMonday, aged five days. Burial n nmkiiiL' speeches thirty years but was never riven more appreciative hearing Ihnn at Stanford on Monday Editorials From Ftauford Journal He says the Democracy of Lincoln is Truo Democrats are so from princi in a perfect stnto of enthusiasm, and that thoir zeal lor the party was never pie and are not moved by personal con so great heforo.even in that barnyard of s'ulerations Vote for the men who up the old Democratic Blue lien's chickens iioiu your principles anu are yonr party's nominees. It is to be hoped than no Democratic "Goebel first, the rest nowhere," is will lav aside principle lor Irieiitlslnp and vote fur a Kepiihlican no matter the way M. S. and J. W. Baughman how nice and clever a man he may be saw it in Richmond vesterday. The Trio platforms of the two parties are Democratic candidate for governor had dfanietrieally opposed to each other 3.000 to G.OOQ according to various estl and he is a poor sort of a Democrat, if he reullv nolieves m Democratic prmci mates, to hear his splendid specch.while pTes, who will give aid and encourage John S. Sweeney, the preacher-polit- l ment to the enemy in anyway, itie cmn, wno is running ior Auditor on man is nothing, the cause everything, the Itepnblicnn ticket, had just 75 by Vote only lor thoso who espouse your actual count. It was a big day for principles. Hie above are our sentiments and we Deniocracy tliere. have with absolute consistency lived Aimnowooi. jonn w. verkes Is goup to them, and we theroforo always ing on the raging stump. It must go t ikaourown mediciue.and practice what against the grain of a decent, well-ewe preach. Thorefore, Democrats, in ucated man like him to advocate the this good year ol 180!) got ready for 1900 election of such an ignoramus as Tay by htipK)rtintr eveiy nominee of your lor. His job isn't worth so great a sur IHtriy in lHtK). The admonition given render of independence. in thu foregoing paragraph is from the Senator Broneton says In response to pen of I'M i lor Walton, who lias for over a request that he make speeches for the tuentv yuais Knight the enemies of Demojaatic t'eketthat he is a parly Democracy 'wit hunt fens or favor. man, and believes tlint the judgment of individual members of the patty, ns KlIITOII I I.I.I A 11 J I'. lillKCKIMtllXir widl as the entire minority, should it is said, dictates his editorials in the mit to the judgment and will of sub the IiPSington ller.ild to a steliogiaphcr miij rity, whenever expressed in li- just as if ueie iiiiiUing a public ad propor manner, according to the recog dress'. This is not tin; haliitof country nized forms and rules of the party or- editors geliurallv, and fcw others are gnn zition; and as a witness to and favored by fortune with a pretty type- - participant in the proceedings of tho wriior and a glib tongue. Although convention, ho recalls no fact that s eniionai are mar would justify him, even Mr. lireckinruige were he so in vels f beau l y how can a Brown bolter, cliued, to repudiate the actiou of that good free silver Democrat though lie convention and without his support as nmy be, place any confidence in the ut- a Democrat from the nominees, thereof. terances of the man who fought Bryan and that he will accept tho invitation U at year in DO and ran for to make speeches provided he is given tinilor the lfepuldicau ''Log Cabin?' the utmost freedom in discussing the Hilly Breckinridge fought Bryan platform, some planks of which ho oj ! he loved Deniocracy 13c ran for posee. Mr. Lronston can stand aside. Congress that yoar nmlor the Log Cabin He isn't needed to the extent that he hvtunse he loved Deniocracy! And thinks he is. now Tie is against Cioobel because he lives Democracv! He has the monu- SOME LUDICROUS LIES ABOUT THE PEOPLE mental cheek to declare that his drsire HERE ON COURT DAY READ THEM. to see Mr. Goebol defeated is intensified by his belief "that the reunion of the LastMonday week, when Mr. Goe Democratic party in both Mate and na- bel spoke hero to an audience estimated tion will lie hastened by the defeat of Jill the way from 3,000 to 7,000 persons, all machine nominations." he opened his speech with these words There yon are. Now say that Satan "After looking into the faces of thin hasn't turned Saint. This is the same multitude i suppose tomorrow's LA-- N liilly Breckinridge whom old Confeder- papers, the Dispatch and Post, will generously admit that 300 people were ate comrades here refitMcd to itear lec- h.nrn " ture at Central University last spring The loud applause that followed this because he was against Bryan. He is must have pained the reporters of those against Bryan now as well as Goebel. hermaphrodite papers, forsure enough in the Dispatch of Tuesday following, litis ludicrous lie appeared: "When Mr Goebel commenced bin hnrangue probably 1.000 people were in reacn oi ms voice, anil as lie proceeded to abuse the L. A N. railroad the crnu-i- l began to disperse until only about 300 were present. Lhxington, Ky, Despite the fact that this was the second or third largest audience Mr. Goebel has had so far, and by far tho largest that ever assembled in Madison county to listen to n candidate, the . Dispatch, through its conscienceless re porter, continues: HOUSE-KEEPE- R "Mr. Goebel's effort was a decided lailure. So much so, that the Democratic committee held him over to make another harangue at the courthouse at 8 p. in., which he did, to a small4 listless d AS YOU RUN. C.F.Brower&Co EVERY Should Visit our New CHIIA DEPARTMENT. Wq propose to get crowu. this new venture of you. ours before Special Offerings of rare Value this week. All of our Imported orders have arrived. Wo have just moved into our ncwaud per manent quarters and are anxious to have you come and see it. Ten Per Cent Reduction on any article tills week. port: senator uoeuel nnd his warmest welcome here today, warmer perhaps than any other place in the State where he has spoken. The crowd which assembled in front of tlieconrt house this afternoon was estimated at from 2,000 w i),uw persons, ana wtnie it was not as enthusiastic as some other "audiences to which Mr. Goebel has spoken, yet the numbers were present and the speaker was satisfied. Ho was also re ceived in a very friendly manner along the road from Winchester to Richmond. He dined at the hotel, and at a few minutes before 2 o'clock he mounted a stand, which had been erected in the court house yard, and which, was stir rounded by a crowd of people probablv numbering 3,000 or less." MORE BIUICULOUS MISSTATEMENTS. At the night meeting there were 700 persons, 100 ot whom were ladies. We will simply quote from the report sent to the Lexingtdn Herald, allowing one liar io contradict the other. The Her aid, whose editor is Wm C. Pollard Breckinridge, hates Goebel, but it at least approximated the truth in this re speaking to his thousands Messrs. Burnam and Sweeny were inside the court house with never a moment when there were more than 100 whites and 100 negroes listening, figures given out by gentlemen present. And yet the Lexington Herald, in another portion of its article, makes this foolish misstatement: of the court house several "While Mr. Goebel was CFiBrawer&Co main and broadway, Lexington,. ." Republican candidates spoke at the same Jionr. ThJ court room was crowded, and the overflow from it was doubtless tho cause of Goebel's crowd being as large as it was." When we read the above to Tutt Burnam, he laughingly remarked "that's all a joke." In other words, all liel But to the Dfsftch - and Louisville Ky. Commercial 'b$4o palm for tw , .worei "distortion of IhoiacU, wi eere-- J '! A DISPLAY These lands are fertile, well wateied, ' anu near a growing town. OF FRONT 3rd A tract of 18 acres located betweon the Tates Creek and Iticli- - has more effect sometimes lllnnd nnfl TCin.lwilasvilln niL-nni. m. old still bouse. This Is a very rich.pro- - than a display of brains. The uuciivo parcel oi land, near Valley Shirt Fronts view, ivcbt ui mis iraci, irontingon the nikc are 11 lota nlilcli will nlcn ! "WE LAUNDER sold. ltll A fjmll1 tmnf. nf 1ffivi Inn. I nt alway s give satisfaction. 'T hey 2 acres, adioining the 17 acre iraci, aiso lying oetween 'iates nave a pure white, glossy sur- trip. 1. 1 lace, ana Keep their shape a vrccK uiiuI ine pine. The friends of Rev. S. A: Owen were Gth A tract of C 0 acres, also lone time. Uur surprised on Monday by receiving in I. n. ......... nontnt1 npip Vnllo,. Vial. vitations to his marriage on October Tates Creek and the pike, beginning in the center of a bridge on the pike, 10th, to Miss Kathryn McAfee, of Win npar ..... nlrl !... linncii fin ,l,n .n - Ilia w.v. ettll v. (I.'l.. chester. The bride-elel. uic tDl has acquired an enviable rep is a daughter slile of this tract are 9 lots lo be sold.all of Mrs Mary B. McAfee, lately of Irfronting on the pike, and like all the utation among the lair sex vine, and is highly esteemed for her other lots easv of access, and adapted both for its quality and price many graces of mind and heart. The iur nuiiieM aim uuuuiug purposes. fit!, li'int- - Inla n ll r. IVHII -- 1 v RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. ceremony will take place at Winchesvmi Ul "' iu mivy View, on one of which is a good dwelter at 5 p. ni., October lf)th, after which ling lintlRA . ThpBH tnta nra in .HflVtw.... ...... ,..wws " IllUIUdClll Mr. and Mrs Owens will be at home to blocks in .the town, whicli will bo ex- -i vited. , .i . i friends in this city. pitiiueu iu uie saie. 7th Three acres, more or less, on Among several tributes of friedship All the Gubernatorial Candidates Represent Millol-'t- t ., ........ ...... Tlrtlnoll , Tntco VICCA, .111U UIIU of which Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rodgers, it. . tuvO l.nnl- ed in a Rabbit Chase. lot in the village of String Town. of Independence, Mo., have been the Mr. Cart Deatherage, who resides All the various properties to be sold recipients during their visit to Madison, about three miles llllt-f-. uww.. lfm, ratAlt. northwest of Rich ....... tinpn Muuu.n.i,ij .iiti i u j 1.11 1... yaa. u j Tna -- OFnone was more enjoyable than the mond, is a great hnnter and has a fine T. Boirffa, and which will be fully shown and ejcplaiued by the plats and surveys handsome dining In their honor given pack of hounds. Among the latter he by Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Dejarnett, near Dncliimod Matisr. liara number of young ones named af wtw uiu this city, last week. Mrs. RodeerV ter three of the Gubernatorial candi ucnuiu nm in put able. They will be sold on credits mother was a sister of tho late Josiah dates: Bill Goebel, I The Adams Express Companv will Bill Taylor, and till lot nf Tattiiftrir 1Vin P. Simmons, Sr., of Madison, and hav Y. Brown. We had the pleasure on of tho purchase money, and the balance sell nt public auction to the highest payments of six and twelve biuucr. Xcr ensti, at lUcliuionU, Ky., on iu two ing herself resided here thirty years Monday of witnessing an exhibition monins irom mat uato, wltn t per cent, ago, she still loves the place of her chase by the entire pack-- , and It is interest and lien retained. birth and is equally beloved by the worth relating briefly. A rabbit ran This sale presents a lino opportunity friends of her childhood. ay, :n a fn Inrbiilmaiil nf Dii.t.lnn across the yard whilo Carl was giving .v. r iuikdtiuviliUloillIIUD KllUbill, in 7. ...... . .. 1. f II ii ilntni. i. Mrs. John M. Prico and daughter. the pack their morning meal, and at a fr r"i Miss Lila, who lately returned to their word from their "master, tho hounds as a lumber point, and whore good tho packages remaining on hand un scuouis, entireties anu business nouses home In Atchison, Kansas, after a visit were oil after tlieffcot ton-tai- l. Around are now Incntotl. K.iln In liAfrin nrnmnl. claimed or otherwise at its various pllieos in the States of Kentucky and to numerous relatives in and about Rich- and across the yard tile rabbit ran with ly at 10 o'clock a. m. Virginia. b:uo Depins at mw a. m, mond, write that they reached Atchison the pack at his heels, Bill Goebel in List can be seen nt Express olllce. WM. L. CRUTCHER, Ad'm. 'n time to witness the great Corn Car the lead, Taylor a close Becond, whilo W. F. QARRETT, Aat. nival there. Miss Price also witnessed J. Y. Brown, which is not a hound but BunXAM& MoiiEitiA", Attorneys. w. l i'rewitt, Auctioneer. J. W. YOUNG, Asst. Supt. sp20-4at St. Louis the "Parade of the Priests a little brown collie, was at tho tail-enofJallas." Mrs. Price is I lie widow of of the bunch. As the dogs made their the late John M. Price, a Kontuckinn second tour of tho large yard, J. Y, who went West and became one of the Browivwho had been left so badly in foremost citizens of Kansas. He was the first brush, ran directly in front of as well known and highly esteemed as the flying Goebel seemingly with the any citizen of that commonwealth. deliberate lletennination of upsetting ninL-nimuniOn Friday night at Masonic Temple the leader and allowing Taylor to catch i the young ladies of Richmond will give the rabbit. But J. Y. Brown did pot a Leap Year Ball. Saxton will furn- calculate that Taylor would get mixed Is what you want in ish music. The programs are specially up in the collision, and hence the latpreference to all engraved for the occasion in white, ter turned n somersault over Goebel green arid gold, very swell. The fhwr and Brown. Up sprang Goebel and jaws he sailed Into his why you should get committee: Misses Anno Dennett, with wide-ope- n Susan H ume, Mary Little, Ethel Ter-ro- l, opponents, "biting them right and left, and no other: Julia Higginsand FlnrrieChenault. nntiLMr. Deatherage pulled him off. gives more heat and Patrouesses: Mesdaines I- - L. Bright, when the good dog took out for the rab uses less fuel. is v Dan M Chenault, R, W. Miller, Har bit and caught him about 300 yards more substantially vey Cheiinult, T. J. Smithy Jr., W. from the house. built and like a hot Neale Bennett, A. Wilkes Smith, T. D. It remained for Miss Lila Deather has air furnace. fourteen-year-ol- d daughter of Mr. Chonault Jr , Geo. W. Evans, Jr , Geo. age, a lar'gfe radiating sur--fac- e, Oorzelius, W. S. Oldham, C. E AVoode, James Deatherage, to give significance Kits which circuto the event, which she did thus: B. Hume and E. B. Hume. "Goebel represented the Democratic rapidly lates the-ai- r nominee in the 'present campaign for and heats the rooms the Governorship.. He had alltheqnali is a double evenly. C.S.Brooks, of New 'London,. Mo., tics of a runner, but the other hounds in o cnri who formerly preached at Mt. Pleas were jealous of him so they put out tho from ashes, as it is ant, will preach there on the third Sun little brown pup, named J. Y. Browndo carried .away by the trip up Goebel in tho race so Taylor, day. patent ash flue. Rev. Thomas B, Hill, of Shelby. the Republican hound could calch the has perfect regulanomination, which in this contest was county, ill preach at the Baptist tion and easy to opchurch, this city, next Sunday at 11 represented, by a irobblt. But Goebel erate. The design o'clock a. m., and 7:00 p in. Tho pub was not only a good, runner but a came of the stove is peric Is cordially invited to attend bath of fighter, and after being upset he pro ceeded to whip Brown-an- d Taylor befect. The blacking these services. of the outside facing "never burns oli and is Evangelist J. E. Boon, wlloso parents fore capturing the prize loud by tho assembled spectators'1 bright all the year round For sale by live near Kingston, will preach Octohen Miss Lila gave this version of ber 12, at his old home church, Mt. tho rabbit chase her uncle Carl, who fs Ziou, at 11 a. m. He has had more a wartn Goebel Democrat, said ho than 4,000 additions to the Christian would hereafter feed Jn'd hounds on church in Texis alono,- besides he lias Goebel buttons if It killed tho last onu held many successful.meetlBKS in qtiito of them. a number ol other btalcs. In many mm !Righmond, Ky. Main instances he was the Srst person that The man who controls his tcmpr "Cowi-Cjaips' prechd ia the to' tho governs Me worst enemy. Chicago" " ' "CBw Boys" ou th WMtw bI!b. Dally tfewW-89-1n 33-10- 0 89-10- 0 1 SI- - for a week's visit to Cincinnati. Prof. Rice Miller, of Nicholasvillo, is visiting his brothor, Hugh Miller, this. week. Air. and Mrs. J. 11. morrow and son of Oweuton, are the guests of Mrs. R. C. H. Covington. Miss Bessie McGinn, of Versailles, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J no. It. Pates on Broadway. Mrs.. Henry L. Perry and daughter, Dorothy, are vesting relatives in Lex ington this week. Mrs. Robert R. Burnam will receive this afternoon from 3 to 6, at her beauti ful home on the Summit. Miss Mary Spencer Smith, who has been visiting Mrs. John Craitr and Mrs, John Ycrkes, of Danville, has returned home. Mr. J. B. Ageo returned to Danvers, Illinois, after a pleasant visit to his mother and brothers iu the Million precinct. f Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hume and children have returned from a long visit in the West. All are looking well and ex press themselves greatly pleased with their trip. Dr. Clias. E. Smoot. of this city, will to day wed Miss Minta Smoot, at Louisville, and will return and take rooms for the present at the Hotel Glyndon. Lt. Carlo B. Brittain, wife and son, of Annapolis, aro nt Mr. and Mrs. T. E Baldwin's. They witnessed the Dewev reception in New York, Lt. Brittain oeiug on his own ship the Lancaster, in tne JNaval Parade. Dr. Jj JJ. Frazee, accompanie 1 by his daughter. Miss Hettie Martin, left Monday for a visit to relatives in Mis sissippi. Dr. Frazee also attended the Odd Fellows Grand l)dge at Paducah, and on his return home will spend two weeks iu the Medical College at Louis ville. Dr. H. R. Gibson returned on Sun day from Chicago, where he attended the meeting of the Mississippi Valley Medical Association, and took a course of surgery and medicine under tho celebrated specialists, Drs. Mumhv. enu, anu .Minings, vr. utbson was greatly pleasod and benefited by his in Richmond Cemetery. In their sad affliction Mr. and Mrs. Crooks have th sympathy of all. LOCAL. A Rubber Tire Factory Here. Mr. S. L. MidkifT has installed the first and only plant in tho comity for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles, and is turning ou factory work at less than factory prices We examined his work and found it equal to any in service. He will bo pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote pi ices. He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of tho vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost saved, not to mention the comfort de been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cura known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, therybv destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its worlr. The proprietors have so much 'faith in its curative powers, that the oiler One Hundred Dollars reward lor any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials Address, b J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists. 75 cents. Hall's Family Pills aro tho best, lm We, the undersigned will offer for public sale, to tho highest and best bidder, on the D. W. Irvine farm, located 3!; miles from Richmond, on the Richmond and Lexington turnpike in Madison county, Ky., on ever sold in Men's Footwear, made in all the latest style toes at t . rt n J.. Blcst- nicgt g sIC? ni- Menaccr-ci-l Hip- - X , X "M- -X TRU MORAL, T Tuesday, October to-w- 17th $3.50 m Beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m.. the following Two described property, mare mules, three mare mules, two mare mules, one suckling, mare mule, one brood marc, eight e e twelve calves, thirty e heifers (all bred to good bulls), one bull, forty good feeders, twenty butcher cattle, twenty-fiv- e long yearlings, twenty yearlings, twenty hogs and shoats, fifty good brood ewes, forty acres of corn in shock. Farming implements, consisting of two new siyle grass strippers (run one year), one wagon, two cultivators, plows, gear, etc This sale is had for the purpose of winding up the partnership now existing between Wells & Unlnes. Everything to be sold without reserve. s, high-gradhigh-gradhigh-grad- 00 4 50 5 00 Uts fj 4 Ws ?!10WS Greatest Z61- - Thousand WondersT Crownlne'Sg' 3 AMERICA'S TWO GREATEST SHOWS IN OXE GRAND,IMPERIAL,COLOSS J. WELLS & GAINES. AL COMBINATION Madison Square Garden. New Y..rk PublicSale. I As admlnistrtor of Torry G. Perkins, u., .in ii .iuui, jur ins neirs ai inw will, on A. BAILEY - PETER SELLS LEWIS SELLS - W. W. COLE, Direetore. Cattle For Sale The undersigned has for sale 60 Feeders, averaging 900 V MADE BY GENERAL OFFICE: SHOE MrcCo rived. Business was Transacted With a Vim. Tuesday, Sot 31, 139! sell at public auction lo tho Inchest V I.T.7,1 fll u.uuer, me juiiuwm .uaciB oi real es 1 ct At the second meeting of the Rich mond Democratic Club on laslThurs day night a constitution and by-lawere adopted, speeches by several earn est members were listened to, plans were devised for the promotion of the party's interests in this campaign, and a throughly enjoyable evening was passed in the service of Democracy. President R. H. Crooke was in the chair, Secretary "Woods read the min utes, after which Mr. W. R. Letcher was chosen Treasurer of the club and the following executive committee elected: H. H. Colyer, T. C. O'Neal R. B. Terrill, T. T. Covington, S. H Thorpe and J. H. Kennedy. After in structing this committee to see that good speakers are secured to address the club every Thursday night, a dis cussion of organizing clubs out in the county ensued. It developed the fact that Hon. J. Tevis Cobbs, tho efficient chairman of tho Democratic campaign committee, has already ar ranged to organize several clubs but he desired everyone to with him Messrs, Whereupon in tho work. Charles Tudor, of the Newby locality W. F. Powers, J- - C. Lackey, yi. M Miller, John and Bijur White, Joe Maupin, W. R. Letcher, T. Hood Lit tie and others volunteered to enter upon the work. Tonight at Newby a club will be organized. Let the work go on in every precinct. And when a number of clubs have been formed they will be in a position to secure the services of a speaker of more than State-wid- e reputation to address them iu a body some day or evening at the court house. Remember the meeting here night, when Judge Gregory, of Louis ville, and Hon. Letcher Owslev, of Lancaster, will speak. Every Dody in -- acres, and also an nllov rnntn?tiitlfr X nf of, nnrr .l.tnl. said lots will be sold separately. An alley running from the Tates Creek iikd iiimj mo sun nuuse10 ioi io me Irtirtf. nil in! nlm. f rj MU tienrl .19 ah n new il... ..ujuiiiniK, all UUllCl for and by purchasers of said. lots. 2nd A tract of land, containing in all 80 0 acres, near Valley A'iew, west of tho R. N. I. & B. railway. This tract is imcrsccieu uv a proposed county rniil nruv litigator! in tlio Ali.llinn cuit Court, and by this road 52 acres are in one pieco and 28 0 ... ..HW...Wnrrf;. in nnntltar - TIidgo nltuioa n ;ll Kn . ..VI V jflVWIO 1111. sold so as to run with the center of said proposeu county road, n uougiit separately. The land will be oflered for 1 25-10-0 83-1034-130-10- containing lnnfl ntoinrf 0 KT. CO til nf ouiu PavMna iUI 111, v 4. CIAIIIO near Valley View, located on the west side of the R. N. I & B. railroad. This isgoou productive jaud. in the northeast corner of this tract are 8 town lots 10(1 tate: Iflt A frnrt nf API AC nnrf yearlings, strictly good. Address, J. C. SILER, octI-2w to 1100 lbs., and 40 long Coming Direct from its Tremendous Triumphs at Mali..ii Square Garden, New York' City, where it Glori.msiv Conquered the Public and the Press of the M. Entire, Intact, Coniplete. The Same .Siq.. i. Show Avill be Exactly and Precisely Diqilicat. :i Every Act, Feature and Detail at the Exhibition !n im-poli- i i . .ill Oik lixsio CVrcviscs, Shows Dwarfe d bv Co Prcachcrsville, Lincoln county, Ky. isansos II i T HI INK OF IT! The Hocker Bootee - ALL UNITED AND MERGED INTO ONE VALT, MAM MOTH, MAGNIFICENT, ENORMOUS AGGREGATION! 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. FALL? MLiZI TS mm DREAMS IP ladies' laundry work MADE BY -- U Here Exaggeration First Meets Defeat and Language Can not Equal Fact. Here Magnitude and Merit, Size Greatness, Quality and Quantity, Immensity and Interest are Twin Giants of such Ponderous Proportions that they may not be Measured by Words n by the Standards of any Previous Exhibition-- , in the Shoy History of the World. l SHOE M re c0 WOODARD'S SEAL AND SEA-LIO- PUBLIC SALE! ORCHESTRA. Three Herds of Prodigious Performing Elephants. Thno Eisgs; Two Stages aai 1- -3 It Track Sakri Ootok H, '93, 11" 11 111 1 T We are Sole Agents for these two The Shows, Theatres, Gymnasiums and Arenas of the World all have been depleted of their Star Performers to complete the Programme of this Circus Celebration of the Last Year of Earth's Greatest Century. CI IT TOO MANY CHAMPIONS TO BE NAMED. champion champion Acrobats, athletes, d BOOTES S. champion equilibria i' champion saltatorialists CHAMPION ROUGH RIDE CHAMPION LEAPLRS, CHAMPION EQUESTRIANS, Ik-sIk-- It mm will pay you to examine them carefully before buying elsewhere. lis, of both sexes. CHAMAION GYMNASTS, CHAMPION AERIAL1STS, CHAMPION RACERS, CHAMPION BICYCLISTS, CHAMPION CONTORTIONISTS and CHAMPIONS j otners. reasons it It in every field of skill and CONGRESS MADZ strength and a vertible CLOWNS. OF- - CHAMPION CACHINAT0RY SEE THE COMIC SUSA BAND! It F5tt3sS," It Grand Free RELIGIOUS. Street Parade Far Surpassing in Grandeur any Previous Pageantry, Street bpectacles or Public ProcessionsBewildering in Brilliancy, Gorgeous in Glitter and in its Scientillations. Our Fall Line f Bdets axi Shoes is CMlete ia Irrides-cen- neater. It It t H wErRAIN OR SHINE ;,7 Under Absolutely Wattrpreoi Teats. hand-clappi- erery pwtkxlar. AlUnm It 2. Eveiisg al 8. Doors Opea Obc Boar Earlier. - i 11 SHCEEf OES Street, i fr yy.yjp - HE f DOUGLAS BRIGHT 30T W. 15)000 Seats. Fight as Light Day. Day and Mght Shows AUl . REMEMBER One Ticket Admits to All the Combined Shows. No Raise in Prices. I Mm Sk- - TaSBrn, flak 9 Inn. of Age, 25c. a a Uun Sitree, Actually Reserved Numbered Coupon Seats will bo sold the day of Exhibition at Middletoa's Drugstorer Senator Goebel said, addressing aim- - me, nor am I anxious to advise. But, than rush with such furious zeal into showing Us support ot Bryaa In 1886 and showing bis record In the state self to any discontented persons who inasmuch as you have kindly suggested merely factional politics; and rather senate at Frankfort In the Democratic might be present that if they found what policy the Louisville and ' Nash- than abandon its friends and forget caucus to nominate a candidate tor the any good reasons in the proceedings of ville Railroad company should pursue, what It formerly taught, cease to ooa-ce- rn Itself about who shall be governor, United States senate In 1836, without the Louisville convention to cause I may be permitted to do as much tor Young Brown, and In view of tor John them to oppose anyone, for them not that he to vote for him, but to vote for the rest particularly regretted Go?. Brown's of the ticket "Charge it up to me," he said. "It you think it was not present course. have wrong for "Whallen. the agent of the L. i "You are the best preacher I heard In many a day," shouted a voice and N. to gather 300 thugs in a stable ready to take charge ot the convention. from the rear ot the crowd.) solicitation, he had voted Mr Goebel said he was chairman of tnereby forcing Chairman Redwine to the Kenton county campaign commit- call upon the police, then charge it all tee in 1896, and there in the home of up to me. if you. think it was not John G. Carlisle, there was turned out wrong for the L. and N. to try to break for Bryan a majority that was 600 up the convention when it became apvotes greater than that which the coun- parent that 1 would be nominated; it you think the brigade did ty gave Cleveland in 1892. right in trying to block the proceedings Uoebcl Uttve 8700 for Itryan. The speaker said that during the ot that convention, charge it all up to me, but vote for the rest of the ticket 1S3C campaign, when asked tor a contin-ho- rn the Courier-Journa- l. I can not help thinking that the great newspaper, which thousands have regarded as mentor and guide, might itself do better who shall be mayor and how shall be administered the petty municipal patronage that it once despise dV Very respectfully, MILTON H. SMITH." CALLING IN THE PASSES. If there are those who have any doubts whatever that it is tho purpoee ot the L. and N. Railroad company to first muzzle, if it can, the editorial expressions of the newspapers of Kentucky, then to elect its own officers ot the law, from, governor down, and run the commonwealth to suit its own greedy desires, we call the especial attention to such doubting ones to the following correspondence which has recently taken place between the editor ot this paper and the president and assistant superintendent ot that road: LETTER NO. 1. (Received Aug. 1, 1899.) Louisville and Nashville Railway Company. President's Office, Milton H. Smith, President Louisville, Ky., PERSONAL. Mr. L. J. Oldham, Trenton, Ky. Dear Sir: During my acquaintance with you, extending over a period of possibly six or eight years,' 1 have always entertained the opinion that you were disposed to be exceedingly friendly to the Interests of this company, and acting upon that supposition I have extended courtesies ot the company each year to yourself personally, and in fact furnished you with extraordi nary facilities in connection with the publication of your various papers, having possibly done more for your paper in the way of free transporta tion than any other paper of the same size and importance in the state of Kentucky. Having had an opportunity ot con ferring with you so often and talking with you in reference to the policy ot this company in dealing with the press. I am sure that such policy is fully un derstood by you and that you are perfectly well' aware of the fact that the company in Issuing free transportation to the press does not ask or expect any return lor same in the way of ad vertising, but that it does expect to receive at least fair treatment at the hands of those editors to which it ex tends Its courtesies. At the same time the management of the company realizes perfectly well that it has no right and certainly haa no desire, to control or influence the editorial expressions of any paper, and realizes fully that you have a perfect right to conduct your newspaper along such lines as may seem best to yourself; but in view of the fact thatlknem you were fully advised as to our policy, and that you had accepted the courtesies of the company for many years, I was greatly surprised when my attention was called to the attitude ot your, paper for the last few weeks, not un derstanding how you could accept the courtesies ot the company and at the same time resort to abuse of its man enterorise. as I ever w.ii r on friend to any and all commecial en terprises caicuiaiea to oenent and de- V'elOD the best interests nf etntn eni nation, and have always regarded the u. anu xx. as one oi tne greatest factors in the development of Kentucky and the South. In all mv carpr n n news paper man in this state I have never ouce iauea eo extend any ot Its officers or agents any courtesy I could. I felt that havlnc accented mnrtrioa ot hands I was obliged to do so and still u iuui. jjuc wnue jl leel thus tuvuni l the Lu and N. as n. ann. prise, I feel differently toward it as a iiuuucat organization. i am a Democrat who has never failed yet in advocating the election of Democratic nominees. Your president Mr. Smith, has published an open letter in which be buya we i ana xv. will do all in lu power to defeat Goebel sinH tha onii- -i Democratic ticket Your comnanv therefore become a TinHtwi - at lpnct nnrt oa tiOn. for the time beinrsuch I am against you to the bitter end. xut j. nave not "aDusea" you nor your management in any way, neither do I intend to. Abuse and villlfication does no one any good. As to the. Uuthful- ue&a oi me ioregoing statement I am perfectly willing to submit the files of the Democrat in evidence. In conclusion I wish to say frankly and candidly that as a political organization endeavoring to defeat the Democratic ticket which, should you succeed, would In my opinion mean the almost total destruction of the Democratic party in Kentucky, I oppose you In every legitimate shall posway sible. If you desire the pass because of this opposition, then 1 am ready, even anxious, to surrender It If yoa desire it because the Democrat has been "abusive" ot your road and 1U management, then I deny the charge and the files of my paper will sustain me. In any event, however, I trust our relations personally may alwaysthat be as pleasant as they have been. Very truly. L. J. OLDHAM. rnmn-iorMa- friends, nobody in Kentucky is better gave $700 in cash. able to stand it than I am." I "That Is more than anybody else In The enthusiasm of the crowd at the the state gave." shouted a voice.) any other conclusion ot this sentence was very 1 don't know whether When thg speaker was permitperson in Kentucky gave ?700 for great Uryan, said Mr. Goebel, "but It there ted to proceed, he said: "Don't tali to send to the legislature i3 uce, his name is not John Young from this district a Democratic senaBrown." (Applause and laughter.) Elate sue-see- tribution to the campaign fund, he Charge it all to me, I say, tor, my Btfirring again to his record in the tor and Democratic representative, senate, he said he had been cred-- i because nbit year the legislature will cJ with preventing the passage of the elect a United States senator to Lindsay, and you want someont a. bill, and it it had passed Brown w ...i now be the candidate tor gover-l- .. sent to Washington who will aid Mr, uider Its device and all the other Bryan. Do that whether you elect ma d , J ,ates would be Republicans. This nuuld have enabled the Republl-lL- L and the bolters to make such an Mr. Goebel said he was forgot his rc. pd that Brownto mentionin the here Saturday t, prc-The speaker K , .j..an party. j .nto an arraignment of Republi cs i tuples and Republican methods. Wj or not, for I don't want to be governor unless that honor shall carry with it the privilege of signing my name to a commission which will entitle J. C. S. Blackburn to a seat in the United States senate." The enthusiasm when Senator Goebel took his seat was merged into an ovation to Mr. Blackburn. July 26, 1899. Milton H. Smith's Letter u L i TV i, r I tu l ip.. L i P 1 the iness interests, some of the officers and employes of the Louisville and Nash-vi- li dressed the following Railroad company have sought to aid their opponents and endeavored, so to the editor of the x. and it was printed In that far as they could in a proper way, to 4: ly induce others to do likewise. tat engage In a controversy The Louisville and Nashville Rail ,i tditor Ithe odds are too great road company has done something for venture to call in the development of the material inter .ijjt less, i some of the statements ests of the state of Kentucky, and ;a an edtorial published in the would like to do more. It Is trying, as Courier-Journof the 1st, best it can, to furnish facilities for inu: tiie , .ie attention to some erroneous tercourse and for movement of traffic for a considerable portion of the state; management of the Louisville and in doing so it renders considerable .olivine Railroad company has service at cost or less than cost &, : larucipated in partisan politics. without Compensation. There are oth .....importation interest Is an im- -. er parts of the state having great need facilities oLe, and Is entitled to the full of Improved transportation judicial which its management would like to ju of the departments of government provide, although there is, at pres 5 ent, little prospect that it can be done med to a hearing, and its have the right to vote; in without for many years Incurring a di v '.us, participate in the govern- rcct loss. It has no desire to partlcl ed, unquestionably, have the pate In politics, and if treated fairly .t the interests they rep-- . by all parties it would not care who wutn such interests are at-i- is governor of Kentucky, or who is management of the Lou-.'..- u mayor of Louisville. Nashville Railroad The foregoing being a brief state ,u ntver been active, and has no ment of the facts of the present situa to be active in what is termed tion, the question arises, do they Justl ," txcept to protect so far as fy the Courier-Journin not only re' these important interests nouncing its former friendly feeling for ppresslve legislation and un- -. this company, but in declaring war iiLtment of the law. It will against it? Because the officers and ue eliminated as a factor in employes ot the Louisville and Nash v. hen assured by 'all parties ville Railroad company are opposed to .Lterests will be treated fairly the election of Senator Goebel to the u reasonable protection. It is olnce of governor and Senator McChora to the office of railroad commissioner in mocratic or Republican. Goebel has for many years for this district, tho Courier-Journspeculator in damage charges that the company has thrown .i personal injuries. In the "itself into the field of partisan polihe is said to have tics," and is, therefore, no longer en. a fortune. For about fifteen titled to the friendship and support of Lob been a legislator, and dur-- t the Courier-Journagainst "unreason' ii nod has exerted himself ing enemies and mercenary dema or less success to secure the cogues," but on the contrary, Is de 1 of legislation unjustly af- serving of, and must be prepared to re' Ue interests of corporations. celve the enmity of that paper, and is me instances, adapted to pro- - put upon notice that uie Courier-Jou- r nal will join Goebel and other unreaS' iiersonal interests. i C. C. McChord, having a per- - onlng enemies and demagogues" in de. ... vance, has, for that or other stroying its property and In "driving it i with Senator Goe-- out of Kentucky politics." itavoring to secure legislation Let me again suggest that the Louto injuriously and perhaps fa-- :. isville and Nashville Railroad company t the Interests of transporta-iilume- s. will immediately and of Its own accord quit politics, so soon as all parties He has also .. s nator Goebel In endeavoring unite in determining that the material (he enactment of other lnlm-;- i. interests -- of the state shall be justly protected and promoted. Until this is iires. g.ntlfmen, being candidates done. It 'will, while abusing no privilege li.cts which, should they be suc-w- ill granted It use all of its legal reme give them the power to dies to assert and maintain its rights. ike their enmities effective to the I presume that those who control the fOMlkl lsjux el Imieriaat feu- - Qrariw-JMju- J rrisX ae k&tJm Cms . .t and Nashville Railroad II. Smith, president com- commu-- i. of J-- al . t ,t g, LETTER NO. 2. Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company, President's Office, M. H. Smith. President Louisville, Ky., Aug. 21, 1899. rep-u.u- he Mr. L. J. Oldham, "Democrat," Trenton, Ky. Dear Sir: Please return to me for cancellation the complimentary annual pass Issued in your favor on account of "The Democrat" at the beginning of the year, as It will no longer be accepted for passage. Yours truly, M. H. SMITH, President REPLY NO. 2. (DuDlIcaleJ Office ot the Todd County Democrat,' -- v al " M. H. Smith. President T. J -- -r -- .. : al : ss al ' ' Ky. Dear Sir; agement pliance with your demand of la In view of this condition of things, I I return to you the pass by AugusEglA assume that you do not care to be and It Is herewith enclosed. flrsricail!?. . .77 classed with the friends ot the company That the pass has beneand accept its courtesies, and I there-tor- e fitted me.ln sustaining materially county suggest that you return the com- paper knowns as The the little Democrat plimentary- annual pass which was is- ly confess, but I had been ot theI opinsued in your favor at the beginning of ion that you accepted in return for it the year. Yours truly, the publication of your time cards, J. H. RINGGOLD. special excursions and other advertising matter which has often appeared In REPLY NO. l7 (Duplicate.) the columns of The Democrat sent by Office of The Todd County Democrat, you and your agents for publication,' L. J. Oldham, Editor and Manager, and for which I have never asked nor received a penny, except in the way of Trenton, Ky., Aug. 2, 1899. Mr. 37 H. Ringgold, Asst Supt L. transportation. -- nJ MT com- I . and N. R. It, Louisville, Ky. Dear Sir: I do not act upon your "suggestion" and return the railroad pass by this mail for the reason: I judge from the tone of your letter that you have been misinformed relative to my attitude toward your road. I will briefly outline my feelings toward your company at the present time, then if you still desire the pass it shall be forthcoming. You refer at some length to my former friendship for your company. I sour you that today I am as good a fete. & EMU ret, M B teBUMOUl From your communication, however, it la clear that you demand more than "courtesies" at' my hands for" "courtesies" received at your nande. You demand that I surrender freedom- ot speech or the pass. I give up the pane. The Influence of the little paper I edit Is not very great but it takes more than a railroad pass to buy it3 Influence or muzzle ite utterances. I prefer walking, thank you, and retaining that God-givprivilege of expressing my own sentiments where and when X d a please, yours truly, Ik I. DiOKXH, . . en . -- ,7-- POM NG i nevtiy cireuimwn Politics is Setting warmer every don't for- isie University of the Democratic Ward, snbjectjtcyt jParty; GOEBEL TAGS THEM. nd Tells, Bowling Green Audience Something Chief Detractors. 'Mr. Goebel and Senator - Blackburn received an ovation at Bowling Green, where they spoke to 4,000 people. Mr. Goebel made a speech that was marked by some notable personal references. Ab Senator Goebel advanced toward tho front of the stage the applause was greater and more enthusiastic than any that he or probably any other candidate or speaker has received during When Anally he was this campaign. permitted to speak, he said: Ladles and Gentlemen: I believe thl3 "place was picked out by the Hon. John young Brown to launch the campaign of the bolters against the Democratic party. I wish the Hon. John Young Brown was here today. There was not a single free railroad train; there was not a single free ticket; there was not ticket to help a single free-lunswell this crowd to such enormous proportions, but every man paid his way to come here That Is the way the Democrats conduct their campaign. The other is the way the I and N. railroad conducts Its campaign. Tell About Hallam. My fellow-citizen-s, before I go Into the 'body of what I have to say, I want to say something about certain state ments that were made In this community some weeks since. I never assaulted a man In my life unless he first assaulted me. But I ask no quarter; I fear no foe. There have been dis tributed- broadcast through Kentucky copies of tho Louisville Dispatch and the Louisville Post, and it they have left unsaid anything that was mendaclous and malignant I should like to know what It Is. Some time ago you had In this city Theodore Hallam, of Covington, and he said a good many things about me, also mentioning some I reof the members of my family. peat that- I never first assaulted "any man, but no man ever crowded me that he didn't get the best I could give him. I have lived for thirty years In the same town with Hallam, where all know about us both. That community has honored me by sending me to the state senate for a period longer than was ever enjoyed by any other man. "When .Hallam ran against me, his friends at the time controlling the party organization, I beat Hallam with the votes of Democrats in every one of precincts of the county, the flfty-iw- o and also in his home precinct. In one the voto stood 52 to 0. He got COO, and 4,300. In other words I beat him 1, and no doubt if the election were held today, it would be 16 to 1 If tlfe ratio In Kenton county this fall, as between the Democrats and Republicans, Is not in a similar ratio, it will Hallam said I had not be my fault. not changed a particle in appearance In twenty years. But I can't say as much for him. If I had been a drunkard and a debaucheo, I, too,- would have changed and would carry with me face similar to a piece of cancerous beefsteak. ( Loud applause.) He may talk about my brothers, but I never had one In the penitentiary (applause), and that is more tan he can say for himself. ch - "v"" ... Republican, and never will t be anything else. These are the men who are attempting to represent the Democracy of Kentucky. The Dispatch Is owned by the L. and N. Railroad company, and every free copy of that of paper and tho Louisville Post 13 paid for out of the coffers of the L. and N railroad. (A voice in the audience, "We know Droese was a member of the board of An attempt that") aldermen In Covington. was mado to extend the franchise or Senator Goebel took up the subject and of the L. and N. railroad and its contho street railway company, Droege went before the grand Jury and nection with the present campaign for had Meyers Indicted for attempting to governor. He read the letter which he bribe him to support this . ordinance. received several days ago from August The case "was tried. It was shown at Belmont, the chairman of the L. and N. that time that the ordinance had been railroad's board of directors. He wantwithdrawn and afterwards reintroduc ed to know, after reading It, whether r ed, and Meyers escaped because the or was a bid or a bluff. Comdinance was not pending at me time menting upon Mr. Belmont's "repudiaDroege swore that the attempt to bribe tion of the truth of Senator Goebel's The statute applied statements," him was made. the speaker remarked only with reference to a pending ordl that it was the business of the L. and the nance. N. railroad officials to repudiate hos A not One for Owens. truth. He told about his And W. C. Owens, of Georgetown, Is tility toward the L. and N., and said one of those who have been assailing he was particularly anxious to talk to me. wime at iTanKiort i giu wnat l the employes, and not to the managers, could to make It a felony, to run a of that railroad company. He wantea faro bank or roulette table and other to talk to the men who were forced in gambling devices, and thereby I inter 1896 to march down Main street In regular business. Louisville with Gen. Basil W. Duke at fered with Owens He be- their head; to the men to whom Bryan Of course he does not like it came an applicant at the hands of Wil- said: "I don't blame you for marching liam McKinley for an office as member under their banner, as you are doing of the interstate commerce commis- It to protect your wives and your chil sion, and I suppose his present course dren, but when you go Into the booth indicates that he is getting ready to on election day vote your sentiments.' make another application after this The speaker then told about the effort fight is over. of the L. and N. railroad to repeal the And another purlficatlonist Is Col. law- - which created the state railroad straight-ou- His the-lette- ed trains. Let me ein-.nti.v.. by double-header- s. It u 7 number of cars to one tra.n' "w wf there are two engines and one ..cre of men. The employes nr. engine have no chance to esrag case of a wreck. They ar w.t .m as In a box car. and that is whv employes oppose It. They iMrk i,79 tQth,tlr safety outweighs the railroad pnmnnnv l ....B an extra crew. This is the idW u J!"6 other states, and should be kW If lme any citizen deserves protection u aiiroau employes. Now :fn Justifiable hostility, I want my guilt" "He Is dead game," said j. u, p I Senator Goebel aatd that ,,,.. 'It strike in 1804 some railroal n'.'t were nrown into Jail, and ho h "ailed apon by the representatm way orders to defend tn. m ll.tg. ton. He not only did this also went on their bonds, got th-i'l.t- 'ed and without charging .. He was giaa mat he hai ,r 'tat ., ind would do It again. If UL- justifiable hostility to 1. 3j'.S :hen he was ready to ron f. I'll The federal govern m an employment law. r. iha . jeneral assembly he mm' 3ecure the passage of a " ' nn .he hours they could l t, T" , i : . - serve. SENATOR GOEBEL AT LAWRENCEBURG, Hal-lam- v 's At Bowling Green Senator Goebel, replying to some of Theodore abuse, stated that one of Hallam'j brothers had been In the penitentiary. In his speech at Princeton Friday Hallam attempted to create the impression that Goebel referred to the imprisonment of one of his brothers in a military prison during the war. The Louisville Post and other Republican papers used Hallam's reply as the baste of a charge that Goebel had insulted the Confederate soldiers. Senator Gosbel at Lawrenceburg Saturday used this language to make it plainer to Hallam which brother he meant: "I had something to say In my Bowling Green speech about Theodore Hallam, of Covington. Mr. Hallam had seen fit in his speech at Bowling Green to say something about my family. Among others, he mentioned my brother. I said that I never had a brother In the penitentiary, and thac it was something Hallam could not say. I see Hallam said this was true, but that t.is brotucr was a Confederate soldier, and was thrown into prison during the war. "Mark what I now say. Hallam had several brothers, and I want ae Con federates to know It wa3 not his brother who was a Confederate soldier that I referred to. It was another brother, one who was convicted of a civil charge. I am incapable of casting any reflection upon a Confederate soldier, as a member of my family was a Confederate soldier, and was thrown into a military prison, and you all know that I am held responsible for bringing about the nomination of that gallant soldier, Robert J. Breckinridge. .re tka ,OV is' If I to racls cont p2 it'ed " I t are And Meyers, Too. .1 D. ra.' I.-- . an i eprf the 10US seel of Kl . con alley lway iropo) o ari I will tell you what Is the matter with Hallam. He and Harvey Meyers, while In tho legislature were partners in drawing a monthly stipend .from the I passed a bilL-tha- t took lotteries. Meyers, from them that stipend. while speaker of the Kentucky house of representatives, wrote a letter to Manager Frantz, of the Covington lot tery offices, demanding $200 as monthly stipend, and I have the origi nal copy of that letter at home. A fac simile of it was once published in a Cincinnati newspaper, and that Is one reason why Meyers was not sent back to the legislature, and one reason w"hy he was defeated two years ago attorney by a vote of 2,000. Meyers aided at the Losing ton, convention In the nomination, of John C. Droege for treasurer, on the Soma-- six years ago L. and N. ticket lie cd I need W. C. Pollard Breckinridge. only to mention his name. And these aro the men who are trying to purify You have also politics in Kentucky. read of W. H. Mackoy, of Covington. He was chairman of the Palmer ana Buckner and the Hlndman committees of Kenton county in 1896 and 1897; he was a member of the board of directors of a turnpike company when I secured the passage of a law which resulted in cutting its tolls In half, and I thereby interfered with his business somewhat I think you ought to knpw the reasons that animate these assaults upon me, L uud N. Hired OrRun. But getting back to the Louisville Dispatch and Post. In 1895 there was a blackmailing paper called Justice, which was published in Louisville; its editor, whoso name Is George W. Smith, was tried for libel, was convicted "and a pardon was refused him by the Republican governor. He was forced to admit In a record filed in the Nelson circuit court that he had lied in his published statements about the Hon. Ben Johnson, of Nelson county. This man Smith Is doing most of the political writing for the L. and N. hired morning organ. The president of the Dispatch is Allen R. Carter, who was here Saturday at the bolters' meet ing. He voted for Bradley for gover nor in 1893, and will vote for Taylor The managing editor is this year. frranK uregory, wno was ior years chief editorial writer for the Louisville Commercial; he is now a Republican and always was one. The business manager Is Albert Deltzraan, who for years was business manager of the Louisville Commercial. He U -- commission, and the part which he, as a member of the state senate, took in bringing about the defeat of that re peal measure. There was loud laugh ter when he mentioned Wilbur F. Browder, of Russellville, as one of the lobbyists who helped Milton H. Smith E. B. Stahlman, Basil W. Duke and others try to secure the passage of that measure. Ho wanted to know whether the fact that he denounced the L. and N. lobby In his report to the senate furnished the reason for Browder's hostility to him In this campaign. ("I bet It does," said an enthusiastic Goebelite out in the audience.) There was much enthusiasm and applause while Senator Goebel was points on these railroad mat ters. In Against Double-I- I eiders. Senator Goebel discussed his fellow- servant bill. He said In explanation that the liability of the railroad cor poration to its employes for injury In the service should be the same as it Is to the traveler. If through the neglect or an employe a stranger is Injured, the company Is responsible, but if an employe is injured by another In many cases the company Is not responsible. The liability of the company should be the same to the employe who haz ards his life every day as It Is to the ordinary traveler. "I have several let ters," said Senator Goebel, "asking me what was my position with reference to double-header- s, and whether would recommend to the legislature. If governor, the passage, of a law elected prohibiting tho rurmlng of double-hea- d ers. I want to state that I am for a Uw ixalnat double-heade- rs on' frtljlt "And I am for such a w "If I get to 1,. . mall continue to favor i a. . .he same character, t Is right. If there an . miployes In this audiem . , dearly understand my he matters." ("We are here and for 1 railroad man.) Continuing, Senator 'The Louisville Post r .hat I was not much of a nay be true. But I ha ascs against the L. ai i luring the past fifteen : aever tried a Jury case v ind N. In my life and 1,, tm not going to lose 'h jeing tried against tht ;i. .he people of Kentucky ipplause.) "I had one hung Jury v 1 poor negro, and was th. 'or himself, and there wer nen witnesses against hi.i "The Ix. and N. railn. ' lublicans have nothing lpon tho Democratic upon. But when ried they will go down 11. n 1896, they are using ' 0 aid in the attacks on t! larty, but this year th Ind that they have wi-- i "rom their coffers." ("I swear everyone 01 u 'or you," said a voice.) As to Ilrown's Stat-Speaking of John Vi, Senator Goebel said: "I :, il days since that a ftw 1 was nominated John V procured the publication n the Louisville Times he state convention bis .ion by the very delegait-anteme. I don't can hing to what I said e lot get my information : McChord, who refused to .u ;er which I wrote to him u, ject When Gov. Browu he nomination from t jates that nominated nnaimself from complaint, had nominated liar Hardin I would have h to march up (loud appiau footlights at Music hall an my friends to support the t,u: "The contortions of en !. Jates mako me laugh. think I was running for Each one thought I ought t an the nomination to him. Brown seems to think I and Woodson to his office : the nomination. But Uroui a man In Kentucky who ... didn't try my level best nomination, and If anybo i. will not try to win, he is (Applause am! mistaken." The speaker said that Brow : ferred to his (Goebel's) reci. The senat silver question. to parade his own art? ' Brown had referred to them. call their attention to soma facts a part Mi record added. b-. . . ; d j . . i 1 r I uf . - .'-- 1 iut .ary I a r.4 1 ' it h - 'he r : e .uli He rvlwl u mi, if bo bo nsefy . reek1! 1 fe mm T lined, made in Goodyear Boots l I WU .1 fl I is Ibis T VV A AT'T A1N 1 A ! To see the most stylish line of Ladies' and Men's Shoes for Eall him f t t t and Shoes., I Ay. and Winter, you are looking for our store. Our Fall Stock was never more complete. We are prepared to fill your wants. Our styles and prices are sure to pease you. We invito you to call and see the new styles and get prices. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. We take it as a favor for, you to call and look at our goods.. We guarantee to save you money ou every purchase. Wo carry a full ,, . . .1 T7I "XT Tl..,, i nut ui u,ii,a cum ivxu s x1 unusmngs, ana can snow you ine 'it isewesi, ana tLatest vuii uuu see us oeiore nuvinnr f isawiipra. 5 T I - ? 3$ IIUCEIN AT THE Busy Bee Cash Store ICE & ARNOLD (SUCCESSORS "TO WALLACE & RICE.) The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers; also as a drawing card for the purpose of giving you some idea of the magnitude of our 'fall stock. The beauty of our Dress Fabrics, which show the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France, England, Germany, Switzerland and America. 9 OR ECONOMY! The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY.OUT.il, 1899. "A Jay From Jaysville Reiss & Heimbaugb'd " comic show had three particularly excellent features, Reiss, the Old Jay, the Police man and the Trick Bicyc!o Rider. These would adorn tbe best show of the kind on the road. Sued R. N. I. & B. 3 Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Bryan, Blackburn and Goebcl Will be Here yes- c fc 3 Sure. Gov- FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON IN KEN'S AND BOYS McCreary received word iced, the Lowest-PWK are prepared to rlutho you with in America i Kihtly-mad-rightlv-inailClothing absolutely s it is of t lie famous "Vitals" Brand, tlio only Ilendy-to-Wei luM.Mig Tailored on a strictly scientific basts in clean, woll venti-if- r t fitting ami workrooms. because tbo r',.l tbo "Vititls," the very life ofofthe garment is carefulness in time and thought, and is a ikms: represents tbe expenditure indod contract to the tailoring seen in ordinary Ready-t- o Wear .tluiij;. The Fabrics we show are of tbe very newest designs that 11 be sen lhi- season. Many confined exclusively to us, in tbe face of the above facts. e, all-wo- ol e, ar Pm-fecwear-resistin- g, - The most extraordinary feature combining onr great offerings is, that we can and do sell onr Clothing at less money elsewhere. e Clothing for less How can we nlTord to sell such Our answer is pure and simple: Ours is a modern store, constructed strictly on progressive plans, our Clothing - sold on the smallest margin of profit, depending on n large volume higli-grad- "ney than elsewhere? lniMriesfi. ! :.c lower our prices, The more Clothing we sell, tbe greater our purchasing power, l. that's tbe story in a mit-sbol- Covington & Mitchell ' s- ' 1 I i 1 11 r I fn I'n ik) tune by the forelock " Hvour Just Try Digcstos. is nut of older, begin taking They cure dyspepsia, sour stomach, r Sarsaparilla at once and prevent heart bums and all stomach troubles. 'IS lllllT-H- . , 25 c. at all druggists. i said there is no (efi like an old No matter bow timid a man may bo )it tliiru are some young ones be is never backward about reminding secron 1. i a ((. you of a promise. 1$ Of The New. 3 PL.. uur RU tm mm m Hi 1 .... mm H ' 1 io Bigger and better than ever before. All our famous spe3 cialties, besides exclusive General Merchandise. Black Goods. In this department is to be found the largest, handsomest and most varied assortment of Black Goods ever brought to this market. We have just opened another line of Blistered Cre-pon- s, 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: 40u All wool 50c All-wool A full line of Lupin's Cheviots, the best Chev- beautiful designs, in both Silk and Mohair. 7oc A ol Sponged Cheviot Henrietta Henrietta worth 75c 8oc quality worth 50e New lines of Felt and Stitched Cloth Walking Hats, hand-- , somely trimmed. These are $1.25 $1.50 A new Tine of stylish Felt Walking Hafsand Round Rider ellectA. in pearl, gray with white scarf and quill, worth S2 25 and So An ultra stvlish Cloth Hat. Rough Rider eirei t and walking bat. Bo sure and inspect these, as they are very exclusive. BARGAINS. THEY ABB the very newest things for travelingjind earl' fall wear. g& SEE 0UBL50. COTTON TOWELS, OUT OF TOWN ORDERS. If you (ire in need of Millinery or anything in Dry Goods, Carpets. Shoes or notions, write to us for samples or information, which will be Hieerfully given, as we. have correspondents to answer such letters. CLOTHIK G. of Sfen's and ChilWo have received our comnlcte-tocdren's Suits and Overcoats, which we will be pleased to show our customers. lJoy's School Suits selected with special consideration for strength and durability. Thousands coming in ranges of quality" Miitablo for all classes. Stvle and neatnets are a part of every one of them. k I? 4 SHOES-O- ur stock of Shoos is larger than ever. vite an inspection. "Wo in- 0 i Jiespectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, E AOENT.FMlMcCALL PATTERNS, V. ELDER, t Mr . i jija The following officers of the Infirm Democrats Mean Business. ary were chosen at the last meeting: President, Mrs. C. F. Burnam; Vice The organization of tho Richmond We are showing a complete line of President, Mrs. Belle McDowell; Secre- Democratic Club is proving to be one All Domestic Goods, are being neiore buying elsewhere. Venetians, Broadcloths and all weaves wrapped up with the margin of nroflt tary, Mrs. Mamie Stockton; Treasurer, tbe bust pieces of political strategy suitings. Our entirely lost sight of. You can save adapted to tailor-mad- e Wo are showing an Mrs. I.. L. Bright. the campaign. From it other clubs The affairs of the AM. A Kl! INVITED. prices quoted on these lines will be monev on each and every item pur Carpets. Linoleums, Elegant Lino of Oilcloths, tbo county are beinc orsanized. with Iiiflrmaiy were never in better shape. you can expect thcui chased in this Department. Good Cali &c, in our Carpet Department. Rugs, much lower than These Letcher Owsley tomorrow night. te result that the nartv.before Novem -- to be. coes that make nice comforts and goods are new fall importations, no Offered the Presidency. Onr extraordinary line of plaids will dresses are only 3Jc per yd. All -- best carried over goods Our prices iu old ber 7, will be a compact, harmonious Dr. L. H. Landman will be at the this enable you to make a quick selection brands Indigoesand Simpson prints at department knock out all competition. McCrenry, of thlB city, nd workinc bodv. This 5s nmnsr. Zimmer Hotel 1 and get" tho latest bargains out. lower , prices than anybody else sells While in the Carpet Department ask a ."stockholder in the company which The Republicans are holding 4 secret Bryan, Goibol and Blackburn will all be lately' purchased the R. N. I. & B. R.R. them. to see our Oiishades and Lace Curmeetings and coifductlntr a cnm-sho- n Good Canton Flannel 5c. BOOTS AND SHOES. tains, we have a choice selection for here Tuesday, October 17. has been tendered the position of campaign, and it behooves the DemoGood Quality Outing Cloth in licht this fall season. The enormous stock of Boots and and dark shades 5c. South Before the War at opera President of the new company, which crats to be Up and doing. Our partv is Shoes that crowd our shelves nndledgea An elegant assortment of best grade will operate tbe road as tbe Louisville bouse Thursday night. tbe innioritv if its members will nnlv has forced us to use our knife in this Flannelettes Wo & Atlantic Line, which will probably come ont and vo'te department and we have cut to the dresses 8Jc perfor wrappers and borne Lndipft' bavo the best selected line of f !llilflrpnvrt nnfl Mnn'a TTliilnr. its strength. Let yd. Hon. Letcher Owsley speaks here be extended from Irvine to Beattyville. heart in every line. We never had a Uood Percales dc; better Percales wear that will be shown you this sea e clubs be active in enlistine tbe in tomorrow night to tbo Democratic more complete stock of Children School son. Our Ladies Union Suits at 25c per yd terest of every friend of irood trovern- Important Sale, Shoes. Indies' Fine Shoes, Ladies' 7Jc Club. Red Flannel, heavy twilled, 15c per eacii are worth 50c. Children's Vesta Wotk Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, Men's Tl?e sale of personalty of the late nient in this campaign. heavy winter weight from 10c tip. lind Boy's Boots ami everything to be yi. S Hon. W. W. Combs. E. P. Benton We are soiling splendid Mottled Ladies' Ribbed Vests and Pants 15c. A Pleasure lo Call Here. foUnti in a flrst class . shoe store, and and others spoko at Valley View on SbulreWm. Williams, of near Red Flannels in gray, red and blue at 8lc Men's Jixtni Heavy Ribbed Vests and House, will occur on Octobor 14, Satur are Pants 25c each. Saturday. firlties we out naming on them are Wag- per yd. How pleasant it is for a person in in Bags, Carts and day, at 10 a. m., sharp, and besides the Uood Jeans J0c per yd. search of some article of utility, in tbe ons. Don't wait to get yoUr shoes, Houston Stone is nursing painful other stock, etc., 44 fine head of pure Good Bed Tickimr 3c per cotne now. We are agents for the Bed Ticking 10 and 12c per yd.vd: Best We nro audits for The American bruises from a 30 foot fall while paint- Southdown ewes, bred, and 2 fino buck, domestic line or personal adornment, to 'Regina" Shoe, it is made on all the nest .Lancaster and AtnosKeag Apron Ijidy Corset. The best feuling and encounter polite clerks who are ever ing a house at Kingston. from herds of A. Rennick and Garrett ready new style lasts and it is the best $5 00 Gingham 5c per yd. most stylish corsot used. Every Cor and alWnys patient, witbohbanv 8b no for Indies in the market. Ask to Bros., will be sold, in lots of 5. Don't When tbo bell rings Aico Uress uingham oc per yd; liet- - set warranted. other desire than.to jllease their custo see a pair of our Regina Shoes. ter grades 7 and Sic per yd. night remember the meeingof the Rich- forget sale al late residence of tllti mers. ThesjJ rohlftrkB are prefatory to tvd, Uur iileacti and Brown Uottous are See Get our prices on Trunks, Valises. mond Democratic Club. CLOAKS AND WRAPS. the sta.eh.erit that if yon are looking being wrapped up at very low prices Hats and Caps, Umbrellas. Ladies' "A Breery Tihie.'1 AVo bavo one entire room in our great in order to raako room. Bring your Underskirts, Ladies' Dress Skirts, &e' for ladies' or gebls' shoes or f urnishines Jno. B. Cbcuault's Joe Wnttsagaln store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap wagons and load them up, they wont be we will save you money and show you got second money in the 2:27 trot,Sl,00p This big show held the boards here no bettor place to go cab bb foUnil than All the Eastern and as low again this season. Department. tiie best line in the city. Bice & ArholU's. "Taylor Rice is a fine h one night last week and no better purse at iiuisvino last week. was over given in White iSc fellow with a big heart, and. easy, The registration here last week Bush's ttpera house, it was Jam-fu"We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain Mart. of snlooth.'manner. Jno. Arnold Is a ChesThe showed the "Democrats to have t high-clatjpeclalites, beautiful vocal terfield in manners and a pattern plate best the market both east and west affords to be had here at prices within the reach of the better of theit opponents. and intrumental music, and countless of fashion. Go and eee these vounc everyone. Bring your wagons as you will buy so many goods when you leave the low W. W. Watt's stable on Lancaster humorous situations. There are eigh men, whether yon' want anything in wont hold them. . prices we are naming that your buggy Avenue, burned Saturday. 4,000 bund- teen ladies and gentlemen in the com- their line or not. See ad. les of oats hud some machinery de- pany and they are very near tho top in A Strange Gilt Was This. frayed. their profession. The house was After his big speech at Stanford, on Ben Winkler, fatally stabbed at Mor day, Gov. McCreary was ou the Mr. Pigq For Council. Kihgstoh by Wm. White, leaves a street mingling with his friends and widow and six or seven children in Mr. Charles H. Pigg has consented was presented with a rather remarkancttdy circumstances. to make the race for Councilman, in RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN ble present a purse made from the tbe University Ward, subject to the ac- foot of a Politics is fcctting warmer every genuine octopus captured off day. Keep your shirt on, but don't for tion of the Democratic party. As a Cape Horn, at tho extremity of South get to vote the Democratic ticket. We citizen, merchant, aud Democrat, he is America by "Happy Jack" Miller, of know some fellows who '"tore their considered by his friends worthy of any Lincoln couuty, during the Intter's honor in the gift of the public. He is recent shirts" by not doing this. residence in the Faulk'lnnd in the prime of life and is wideawake On account of next Saturday being to the needs of the city and her people. Islands to which Goy. McCreary se cured his appointment as U. S. Consul. pay day with tbe teachers, tbeTeachers Remember him on the day of the The purse is about four Inches in Meeting that was to have taken place i t , diameter, silk lined, with the three Speedwell next Saturday, October 14th, AVliite's Cream Vermifuge is a highly For Sale. Good Man lor Winchester. During the winter of 1897, Mr James Mr. McCreary al Stanford. deadly claws of tho octopus protruding has been postponed to Saturday, Octovalnnble preparation, capable. from Courier-JournA blacksmith stand and house and Reed, one. of the leading citizens and Mr. W. F. Garrett, who hns been for from the skin which is tanned to a Stan Yesterday's of its action, of clearing ber 21. merchants of Clay, Clay county, iot near Kingston. For further partic struck his leg against a rake ofW. Vx, the system iu a fow hours of every five years Adams Express Messenger nicety. The octopus, It is said, never ford telegram says: ice in Four hundred choice, pure bred on the K.'C, Division, has beei placed go nfter Its foot Is fixed upon any such a manner as to bruise it severely. worm. Price 25 cents. Perry and "Politics was largely on tan here to ulars call on or addressPennington. ooti-li- n Plymouth Rock cockerels and pallets in charge of the Winchester Express lets D. D. It became very much swollen and Thomas. object. This one is now ten thousand day and rival speakers were, on duty sept27 lm Kingston. Ky. for sale at 50 cents each or $5 per dozen. pained him so badly that lie could not filled the same miles from home but it will serve a nearly all the afternoon. The Uon. office. Mr. Garrett Cora These electric lights are so walk aid of crutches. He They will cost jou $1 each after Dec One cannot nlways be a hero, but one was without the physicians, also used hard on the complexion. position here twico and besides being a better purpose than when In its native James B McCreary, whoseappolntment treated by 1. Eggs, 15 for 50 cents. native of the county, married a Madi element near Cape Horn. several kinds of liniment and two and was made a month ago, spoke In the can always be a man. Goethe. Dora Yep; ono can see so woll by Mrs. II. II. CoLYF.n, a half gollons of whisky in bathing it, son lady, Miss Fish, of Paint Lick, and court house to as many voters as could them. Puck. sept20-t- f Iticbmond, Ky. but nothing gave any relief until be Somebody Will Gel Hurl Now. is known to be in every way worthy of get in it, and made a rousing appeal for berau using Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For nil fresh cuts or wound, iiu Not Yet Captured. confidence and respect. We commend Richmond, Ky., Oct. 3, 1809. The Democrats to get together and down the To assist digestion, relieve .distress This brought almost a complete euro in otter eating or drinking too heartily, a week's time and he believes that had either the human subject orin animals, Will White, who fatally stabbed him to the graces of the Winchester Medical Profession of the city of Bich-mon- d allied Louisyille and Nashville railroad ns a dressing, I Sal lard's Snow Liniment to prevent constipation, take to be be amputated. Pain Balm is irrespective of systems orpnthies forces by such a decisive majority that Ed Winkler at Kingston lost week, has public. for sprains, bruises and rheu- is excellent; while for sores on work ing horses, have borne with great fortitude tbe ir- that road would ceae forever to try to or not been caught yet. Judge Gregory lo Speak, matism. For sale by Perry & Thomas. suppurating,especially if slow to heal,are its healing qualities regularities and evils arising from oct4-lTule Kentucky and attend thereafter f Special to Climax and Register.! The Democratic Ciiy Primary. unequaleil. Price 25 and 50c. Perry Sold everywhere. 25 cents. aud nonqualified oct4-liLouisville, Ky., Oct. 9. Judge style themselves physicians people wl o strictly to its own business. Mr. McTo know bow to dissemble is the & Thomas. Tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 12, Demo and pre-sn- Creary f 8 a great favorite hero and is alNothing is useless to the man of knowledge of kings. Richelieu. James H.. Gregory, Judge of Jefferson Never believe all vou hearjfor he who cratic candidates for the Council and to practice medicine without any ways received with enthusiasm. After sense; he turns every thing to account. Chief of Police will bo selected by the County Court, of this city, will address right whatever in this city for the jast he had concluded M. F. North, candiDizziness, loss of appititc, fl iluloncy bolieves all that he bears often believes La Fontaine. the voters of Madison county, at tbo and nausea are all connected with dys- more than he hears. Arab Maxim. voters of Richmond. court house, in Richmond, on Thurs- several years. There is a law that is date for the Legislature, made a short On the 10th of December. 1S97, Rev. pepsia or indigestion. Herbine will plain enough for all to understand, gov Confederacy. correcting some false state a. A. Uoimuoe, pastor Daughters ol pecch, ai'd day night, October 12, at 8 o'clock. a. utiurch, give prompt relief. Price 50c. Perry en"More haste, less speed,"born "hastof exslowly," are proverbs octl-lThomas. The Daughters of the Confederacy Judge Gregory Is one of the foremost erning the practice of medicino in this ments ns to his votes in the last Gen- South, Pt., Pleasant, W. Va., contract perience that some things can't be will meet with Mrs. Poyntz on nejt orators of Louisville, and every one is State. That law compels a man or eral Assembly and urging tbe election ed a severe cold which was attended Cut men's throat with whisperings. hurried without loss or waste. Tlint is from the beginning by Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A full cordially invited to hear biiu. He will woman, or anyone else who nttemptB of the whole ticket. In order to counespecially true of eating. Tho railway Ben Johnson. He the practice of medicino or the healing teract the effect of Gov. McCreary's number ofsays: "After resorting to a lunch habit "five minutes for refresh'specifics, usually attendance is desired for an election of speak in the interest of Hon. Wm. Goe flood News for Our Headers. ments," is a habit most disastrous to of physical inflrmaties to have a diplo speech, the Republicans telegraphed kept in tho house, to no purpose, I purolllcors. bel and regular Democratic ticket. ma from a reputable college of medi for the Hon. John Marshall, Republi chased a bottle of Chnmberland's Who have 6crofuln taints in their the health. You may hurry your cat V. II. Hohson. A Sign What is a Sign. ing. You can't hurry vour digetion, cine, a certificate from the State Board can candidate for Lieutenant Governor, Cough Remedy, which acted like a blood, and who hns not? Scrofula in and the neglect fo allow proper time On the same evening Hod. Letcher Sarsn-parilDouglas, Bright & Co.. have sus of Health and such certificate and di and he arrived at noon. Mr. McCreary charm. I most cheerfully recommend all its forms is cured by Hood's g Perry & which thoroughly puriflps the for this important function 1st lie begin-inpended across Matn Street a gigantic Owsley, of Lancaster, will address the ploma to be registered with the county was willing to divide time with him, it to the public." For sale byoct4-lof sorrows to many n busy man. Thomas. blood. Tbisdisecso which frcjuently club. Everybody invited. sign, eight feet wide by twenty-fiv-e clerk of the county in which they re but the committee thought ho should children, is be When the tongue is foul, tbo head Worthlessnes?is one of the most appears in is most likely greatly tothe aches, when there are sour or bitter long, which can be read for several Hon. W. B. Smith in the Mountains. to alfect dreaded. It side. The penalty for violation of not do so under the circumstances, and become en- risingi, undue fullness after eating, hot blocks. It is tbe first of its kind here The following dispatches in tbe Lou- - this law, Section ,2018 of the General Marshall spoke from a platform iu the costly things iu the world. Ram's glands of the neck, which on the head flushes, irritability. ner.ousness, irreslarged, eruptions appear Horn. Ljsville Times tell of thegood work clone Statutes, is a fine of fifty dollars for the court house yard." Big Speaking and 'ace. and the eyes are frequently olution, cold extremities, mid other Tho most stubborn cases of Brbn ailected. Upon its first appearance,per-- J annoyingsymptoms, besure the stomach Judtje James P. Gregory, of Louis by Hon. W. B. Smith at bis appoint- first offense, and for every one thee chitis succumb to Cousseu's Honey of haps in slight eruptions or pimptesfj and organs of digestion and nutrition after, a fine of one hundred dollars Lost. ville, County Judge of Jefferson coun- ments in tbo mountains: Tar. Price 2 and 50 cents. Perry & scroIulashouM he entirely eradicated havo "broken donn." Nothing will stem-win- d Sept. 17, W. B. and thirty days Imprisonment. We Bnrbersvllle, Ky., oct4-lthem in activo Iwalthv A handsome double case, Thomas. ty, and Hon. Letcher Owsley, of Lan from the system by a thorough course operntion so quickly as Dr. Pieice'a caster, two of the foremost speakers in Smith made here one of the strongest have in this community pharmacists ing gold watch, with' the letters, will fiud a way or I will of Hood's Sarsaparilla to prevent all Golden i.Iedical'Disc,overy. Itstrongth-en- s Either I and best speeches ever heard in this who prescribe regularly, christian W, B." engraved on case. A libernl the painful and sickening consequences the State, will spenk here the stomach, nourishes the ncive, of running scrofnlnr sores which drain place. It did much good. Everybody scientists who propose to heal, hypno reward will be paid for return of same make one. Sir P. Sidney. and builds up tho night to tho Democrats. tho system, sap the strength and mike purifies the blood, strictly temperance was pleased and Democrats are jubilant. tists and other classes too numerous to to this oflico or That Joyful Feeling lm bodv. It ii a no existence utterly wretched. Democratic Clubs Enthused. medicine containg alcohol or other Corbin, Ky.. Sept 27. Hon. W. B, mention that have operated forn detri With the exhilarating sense of re- A. T. ClIENAULT. spt20tf. Countries are well cultivated, not as intoxicant. night the Richmond Dem Smith, of Richmond, made a masterly ment of tho general practitioners for nealth and strength and internal clean-'- ! Given away. Dr. Plerco's creat Iiness, which follows the use of Syrup they are fertile, but as they are free. ocratic Club and the public will be ad- speech at this place last night to a tho past seven years. None of this in niciunond. New Wall Paper Heu work, The People's Common Sono of Figs, Iu unknown to the few "who Montesquieu. dressed by two epoakers of state reputa crown of 200 or mora enthusiastic Demo- class have ever been persecuted when Medical Advisor, is sent free on receipt The drug firm of. Perry & Thomas have not progressed beyond the old only. tion who will be the guests of the club crats. Tbe mountain Democrats are they were as liable to persecution as has installed a perfectly beautiful lino time medicinesandthe cheap substitutes Thousands of the m st stubborn and of stamps for mailing expenses paper stamps for the on this occasion. Come out and hear a solid for the regular Democratic ticket, any other class of individuals who tres ot wall papers and have Mr. Y. I. sometimes offered but never accepted distressing cases of piles have been Send'2l one-cen- t covered book, or 3! stamps for cloth Buy SDcech every Thursday night at the Mr. Sinijh is billed for Cynthana, passes the State laws, and tbe physicians Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang and by tbe well informed. by the genuine. cured bv Tabler's Buckeye Pile Oint binding, to Dr. It. V.' Pierce, Buffalo, the California ment. .It never fails to euro. Price 60c. New York. of this community have agreed that decorate rooms to suit all tastes and Manufactured by the court bouse. Oct. 23, and Elizabethtown, Oct. SO. Fig Syrup Co. in bottles, tubes 75 cents. Perry & each and every one of them shall purses. No trouble to show goods. ' oct4-lThomas Climax "WW Bo Delayed Next Week You will never find time for anySouth Beloro The War. AVhen a rich banker signs notes they n committee and shall report the act as aug23-t- f The Climax will not appear until late Better were it to bo unborn than to be thing. If you want time you must may celdoin bo protested, butdt may The colored .quarters on a Southern name of any of those individuals who make it. Charles Buxton. next Wednesday evening on account of plautat on in old slavery days from the violate the law end will prosecute to Sir W. Raleigh. be different if lie sings them. Public Sale. the speaking hero by Messrs. Bryan, scene reproduced, in Harry Martell's the fullest extent of the law, any man, Nature can only feed the ilamo of lifo "A Heart as Sturdy as and Oak." Sal Biooft Cure Frso. Goebel and Blackburn on Tuesday. As mammoth production, "South Before woman, or child, who assumes to pre- As administrator of, Wm. Williams, with the food eaten whichii But what about the blood which the Eating J3ores, Tumors? Ulcers. Can- Herbine will eak all good Democrats will take a day off the War," wnich occupies the stage of scr.be for'any case without having first deceased, on his late premises, 7 miles of mile east heirt mvwt pump at the rate to 70 cer of the Nose, Eye, Lip. Ear, Neck, stomach, and so Improve digestion us-tto bear these otators tbe Cia&cax will White & Bush Opera House, Thursday complied with every provision of the north of Richmond, one-habo Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are times a minute? If the heart is insure the natural bloom of health. for once take tbe eame privilege. evening, October 12th, in buck aud law, or any druggist or pharmacist, dc of Red House. I will o'lforoii Saturday, sturdy and tho nerves strong this blood all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Prico 50o. Perry & Thomas. oct4-l14, at 10 a. m. sharp, to tho highest inust be rich and puro, Hood's Sarsa , Balm), which is made especially to wing dancing, a cake walk for gold and tected prescribing will be boycotted, Oct. Council. Another Announcement Tho ray of happiness, like those of and best bidder the following property: pari I la makns sturdy hearts because ij. cure all, terrible Blood Dlfcooaes. Persilver medals, jubilee songs and dances, fC.so prosecutedi gives to men sistent Sores, blood and Skin Bicm- - light, are colorless when unbroken Mr. B. K. Duncan has consented to bred, and 2 bucks, makes good blood. It 44 Southdown ewes 1 ClarenceH. Vaught, and women strength, confblonce, cour 'iih'es, Sciofuia, that resist other treat make the race for Councilman from the an old time colored camp meeting, g fellow. irom A. Renick, ami Garrett, Bros.' age and endurance. pastimes on tiio levee, are a few of the 2 J. M, Poyntz, ments, are quietly cured by U. Ii. ii. City Hall precinct. He is a sterling Hood's Pills are and iBatanic Blood Balin.) "kin Eruptions, herds. To be sold in lots of 5 One novelties offered. A more notable one 3 C. J. Bales, Democrat, a good business man, a true and Eczema. Tetter, yearling steer, two yearling heifers, the only cathartic lo take with Hoop's Pimples, Red, Itching Eczema, Scales, 4 M. Dunn, t friend, and with nil these viitues is is the presentation of "The Passion Blisters, Red or Brown Patches, Blotches, The intense itching and smarting incihog,from Jones' Sarsaparilla. nine fat hogsono male 5 Valentine II. Hobson,. Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc, are all due dent to these diseases is instantly allayed bound to bo a good councilman, if elec Play" in a series of animared pictures, Silver Creek herd; one No- -l mare and There ii no goiiius in life like the to bad blood, and hence easily cured by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and G Chfts.S. Holton,- showing the performance of the Bibli ted. ncmember B. IC. Duncan. maro mule, genius of; energy and activity. D. G by B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison Skin Ointment. Many very bad ?ast mule colt, one ' 7 G. W. Evans, cal narrative, as enacted by the peas literally driven from tbe svstein bv B. bavo been permanently enred by it. It Te Build to Bca!t)ylle. one cow and calf, ono aged jack, five Mitchell. antry of Horitz", Austria, to which so 8 H. C. Jasper, 1. 1. (Botanic Blood Balm), iu one to is equally efficient for itching piles an J of 10 acres oi corn stacks hay, one-ha- lf a L.J. Frazeo, above announcement in con many throng. The. performance of The "I wish. to.cxpresB uiy thanks to the live months,. 15. Iv ji. does not contain 'i' fnirnntn riMn1v fnr soro nlimlet. in shock, one road wagon, one buggv. man u fact tirerst nfKHutni berlai n's Col fc. vecetabto or mineral poison. Ono hot chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitci? M.Gibson,'. nection with tho R. N. 1. & B, R. R, tho play is the best presentation of io Farming Implements consisting of one Cholera mnl:, Biagigya Remedy, fur lie will test it in any enso. For sale by and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per bos. has been made bo often and as often negro life on a plantation, ever attemptn II. B. Gibson. Large bottles hay rake, oneya4t9BA. Wood, naower, having pt:B tiftJMrtcet such u won druggists everywhere. lacked confirmation, that it has almost ed, andls a pronounced bit wherever 12 J. W. Harris,. . derful Wscine'sss W. W. Mas SI, six for $5. Send for a free sample Dr. C&ifs Ceitllea Ponders, aro one saddle. lost its charm. But r company of capi produced. The company number some 13 M. C, Heath, singUlo(fcurr.ot:t,vTexas. There are bottle, which Will bo sent by return jnst what a horse needs when in bad to Jan. 1, 1900, with man;? tH3MHs o! mothers whoso chil mall. Whon yoa write, deVcrlbe symp- condition. .Tonic, blood purifier and, TerniB Credit talists, Into . purchasers of that road fifty people, who travol iu their own 14 A Wilkes Smith, Thoy ana not food bnt out inUireston 10 Md over. Cash in dren.hftV.tt!8fln saved from attacks of toms, and personal free medfcal advice vennifugo. ruado a tour of inspection last week. palace car, and who will take part In 15 Chas. E. Smoot, dysentery; tmi et&lera infantum who will be given. Aidreas Blood Balm Co.. medicine and the bet ii use to put a hand for mms under f 10. and we learn that the early extension to a patade which starts from the L. Jt N, 10 Phil. Rofeerte, w niiii.alw stttikful, Jt is for sale 433 Mitchell street, Atlanta ( Ga, Price 85 horse ia prime ofed&km. 17 T.J, Taylor. I d4t-WB- t 11 o'clock. Popular prices cct4-J.i- a lloattyville is k foregone conclusion. W. A. Williams, Admr. by V.Qriyrik.Tbaqm. :cate I'aljfMyr y. exhi-bltioll ss Kentucky, among which is Richmond, wet. ai 4 p. m. littis nave been or dered reading thus: Wm. Jennings liryan, Wnt. Uoebel, J. (J. S. Ulaekburn, will sjieak In Kiclimnnt!, Kenlneky, Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 4 p. in, terday from Frankfort, Democratic Headquarters, saying that Mr. Bryan had recovered from bis Illness arid would certainly fill bis appointments in i, Howard Blythe, colored, througn his attorney, S. R. B. Black, has sued tbe R. N. I. & B. R. R. for $10,000 damages for injuries sustained by said Blythe in having a hand cut off1 by n work train on which he was at work. The trial is set for December terra. New Infirmary Officers. . Rice's Sale. Capt. Ferrill reports the Fount Rico sale as follows: 'ine 112 83 acres of land sold to Z. T. Bice at $72 30 per acre amounting to $8 l.'w.Ol. The land brought, sold in parcels the sum of $71.13 per acre; mules brought from $50 to $100. one yearling selling for $75, Cows sold for $30 to $45. "Weanling calves from 18 to $26. Brood mares from $10 to $C0. One Jersey cow and calf btougbt $25.00. Hogs brought Jroui $3 to $12 per head, about 3 cents. Fanning implements sold low. Corn sold at $1.70 per barrel in the shock 100 shocks brought 70 conts per shock. Amount of sale all to told, about $9,000. Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining- - counties had such an enormous stock of goods to select their fall purchases from as we are now showing. Sjhelves, counters, Ledges and even the very floors, upstairs and downstairs, are creaning and groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them. Not a single item in this great store, in this enormous stock of goods, nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. DRESS GOODS. Wo are very fastidious about our unturned to make this the Banner De- Department is the talk nf Hi Dress Materials; they must be of the partment of onr store. All tbe new most exclusive kiudsin the costly weaves Jackets. Golf Capes, Children's Jackets, county. We are selling good suits for while the lower priced fabrics reflect Ac, that are iu favor this season we men at $248; Men's good heavy Cnssi-mer- e Pants 75c true elegance, which is tbe harmony are showing and onr prices suit every Children's Knee a pair. Our lino of Pant Suits is of good taste. body, lou can buy a handsome bilk complete. We are showing all very tho We are offering a line ot beautiful all- - Lined Jacket or Capo from us at the Our wool mixtures, double widtli and pret 8.1 me price a cheap one would cost you new thincs in favor this season Men's. ty and stylish for I'Jo per vd., wortli 3J. elsewhere. Don't fail to visit our Cloak are piledBoy's and Youths Overcoats mountain high ou onr coun,Wfl are showing the handsomest Hue Department, look through U, see many of Crepous in the market this season new things whether you want to buy ters and every garment is a bargain. for Prices from 29c per yd. up; tbe fine im or not. Polite salesmen and salesladies You can't askwe anything in tbeclntli-ini- r line that don't handle from tlu ported weaves that go out freely at will wait on you. cheapest to tbe finest. Get our prices S2.48 per yd. Western Cities have been culled by our buyers and not a scone has been left OUR CLOTHING OLDHAM & COMPANY. pri-mnr- v. m n t m violent-cough-in- e. la m m lf tr Salt-Rheu- m .. a prpcfca. WE HAVE THE OLD LET'S READ THE NEW. R, N. I, & day, Juno B VST 6. R. R. Time Tabid No. 53 Taking Effect Sun11, 1899. 2d Claw. .11 Class. No. 3 No. S UxSun Ex Sun Ex dan No" 1 Last week our great PL Innis contemporary the Sunday Tost Dispatch announced through our column that it would rIvo away, vuili each number, BOUND. A.M. V TM'LiMes p.mT a.m. 5 7 SO Nicholas ille Valley View Million Uii'limond. L'nio l 21 frt 11 26 10 11 11 IH1 58 35 8 00 8 13 8 30 . 5 15 6 30 7BS 8 30 9 00 10 10 10 P. M. 12 13 12 18 12 SO 12 3J 1 .... .. .. . .... .. -" 00 05 25 0 Panola 05 .. No.- l U 35 ... wrsr bouxu. i;x SunjUx San Ex 8an Ex San a7mT!p7m. p. m. a.m. Ir SI i No. 2 "TfoTS" NrTlO 11 for ten consecutive weeks, ten new and original eon;:, ami notwiihstanrlinK the expense that must becreaieil by thin uneqnaled o0i!i, this great paper with all of Us charming features still remain at the raine old price. Followof the songs. ing we givH a complete 'Sweet Siorine," by Gmsie L. Jnvi, author of "Itnggamo Coach Ahead." Prancing i'iqkaninnies," by Max Drej fiiK.cotmiOber of "A Carolina Cakelit-1- . COUNSEL WOMEN ing-dow- FOR SICK P..ula llr.H.-H.- U in ' V I'.lf.v View Ni. luihisville Million .. .. .. 6 08 C 29 . 2 10 2 15 2 29 2 32 2 15 11 ... walk." 'Tell Mother Not to Worry," by 55 1 05 t 23 14 15 Acts gently on ( Versailles 6 S8 7 60 A. M. 3 15 3 30 3i 4 15 2 3 3 t 6 05 15 SO 10 P. M. P. M. P" M." Alt train connect with IoiiisvIlle Southern trains to ami from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N.O. &T. P. trains lu ami Irom Cinotunati. J. W. UOC1C. Train Dispatcher. W. II. ADAMS, Suierinicniicnt. r.FANSES dneys, Liver and Bowels THE 5YSTEM si' r?i the Louis My II, ciinpofcer of "Coontown Carnival Cake-walk"rinap Shot Sol," by Williams and ." "Walker, the iworeal "Coons-?- ' authors of Don't Like No Cheap Man " "My Georgia Lady Love," by Sterling, Howard and Emerson, author of "I p rr r -- i . i ii I AM vr 1 1 i'CURE' COr4STIPATION. YRUP DR. CALDWELL'S PEPSI HABiTUALCSNST'PAT'ON PERMANENTLY 1T5BEHEF.mEfFECTS-BUT "Halla Ma Uahy." "Thero Ain't No Use to Keep on Haning 'Hound," by Irvine Jones, author ot -- Get Your Money's Worth, ' 'In the Shadow of Carolina llills." by George Tangart and Max S- Witt, Moth and the Flame." authors of "If All" the Girls Were Like You," by Charles Graham, author of "T.vo Little Girls in IJlue." 'I'm Nothing but a Wax Doll," by Malcolm Williams, author of "My Ann - TMt GEHUIN- t- MAHT'O By Elizer." I $ O P o 5 rrl -- o g. o a (aui?rniaTgpSyrvp(2. Jan5-l- sg a a v &- y s- - s. S ? 55 I 8 g. B a w a. G 8 Patronize lie Imsurancs! "You'll Have to Transfer." by Abe Iiolzmaun, composer of '"Smoky Motes." One of tho above songs wiil be given away every week with the Sunday Pobt- Difnatcli. To get the entire set, send 60 cents to the oilice of this paper, St. Louis, Mo., nud in addition to the above mentioned 10 beautiml songs you will secure the great Sunday Fost- Dispatch for three months. Post-Dispatc- h, ' woman suffering from any female trouble can b EVERY by Mrs. Pinkhatn. This statement is based oa sound reasoning and an unrivalled record. Multitudes a bless Mrs. Pinkham for competent of America's women, advice. Write to her if you are ill. Her and common-sensaddress is liynn, Mass. ADsoiutely no charge is made for advice. "I suffered seven years and would surely have died but for your help," writes Mrs. Geo. Bainbridge, Jilorea, Pa.", to Mrs. Pinkham. It is with pleasure I now write to inform you that I am now a healthy woman, thank to your kind advice and wonderful medicine. I can never praise it enough. I was a constant sufferer from womb trouble, and leucorrhcea, had a continual pain in abdomen. Sometimes I could not walk across the floor for three or four weeks at a time. Since using your medicine, I now have no more bear n 'pains, or tired feelings, and am well ana hearty. I shall recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to all my suffering friends as the greatest remedy for all female weakness." Mrs. Susie J. Weaver, 1821 Callowhill St., Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I had inflammation of tho womb and painful menstruation, and by your advice I began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's VegeHave table Compound. taken four bottles and used one package of Sanative Wash and feel like a new woman. I thank you so much for what your medi- - " cine has done for me. Mrs. M. Baumann, 771 W. 21st St, Chicago, I1L, writes: "After two months trial of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I can not say enough in praise for it I was a very sick woman with womb trouble when I began its use, but now I am well." to-d- ay e, CORRESPONDENCE. RICE STATION. Vial lHen'""l'"" inirit i- -t t -t- -- - , ) $ XEstiU county. PLEASE j XJS . Jonah Wagers and W. L Rico went to Cincinnati Monday, where they will tmy a large stock of fall and winter uoods. They will also go to Louisville and buy a part of their stock.John Taylor, who lias been in Bourbon county for some time, is at home on a visit. Frank A. Lyons, of Beattyville. and Frod Asheraft, of Irvino, were here Thursday. Joe S. Gardner went over to Clay City, Sunday, whore he helped tho Irvine the Clay City, 17 base ball team-defea- t to 11. It was a splendid game and Clay City's first defeat this season. They Suni'ay. The will come to Iivino Irvine boys are playing great ball. A very enjoyable social was given in room No. 2, 0 tho Great Eastern llotol Tuesday night. Quito a nico crowd was present and much pleasuro was had up to a very Into hour. Misses May Oriustead 11 nil Dude Wilson, two charming young ladies of King's .Station, visi.cd Mfss Myrtle Rice, Tuesday. Chestnuts, persimmons and opossums are getting ripe, and; tho crop is rather large this yeaf;lHit;ojsrijnp "has rut the sweet potati prwpectH slmrt. Miss OiivcAn1 Sliie passcif through this place'Satnrday on Hof way to her home at Portwood. Win. Richardson, better known as "Big Bag", was at the station Saturday inkuiL' with llis friellii- s" Turner Richardson, of Middletown, O., is visiting his brother. Curt Rich - (SPjljytjfP Our Goods AIND DRUGGISTS, j Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial. IPta -! ardson. Cheap Rates to Louisville. M bc A Missionary' Little Joker. NOT A RAY OF HOPE IN EXCHANGE. BS$35so5 ., e c; 22o2ooo a O era3 tr 00900000 n c erc ESSBfi 6- - r a i o 3 O O Accnts wanted everywhere to sell the Insure your dwellings, barns and all other property in the Blue Grass Insurance Compa- Sunday the paper with ny, of Lexington, Ky., a home Institution Gives protection against Fire, Lightning and the funnv colored cover. Writo for Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of oar county now terms. operating In the State, and getr cheaper ever year as long as you continue in the company No Itilil to liglinrss. For farther Information call on thei agent and collector, 8. IL B. BLACK. Attorney-at-LaThe woman who is lovely in face, Richmond. Ky , office on Main Street, opposite Court House, next door to State Bank form and temper will always have & Trust Co., second floor. friends, but one who would bo attracJ. II. CARTER, Pres. may21-l- y C. C. BOSWORTH. Sec'y. tive must keep her health If she is weak, sickly and all run down, she will be nervous and irritable. If she Frankfort ICinsiinii-Eailwa- y. has constipation or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause pimples, blot In Effect December 5, 1898 1 chestskiii eruptions aud a wretched complexion. Electric Bitters is the DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. best medicine in the world to regulate p.m. p.m stomach, liver acd kidneys and to puri p.m. a.m 7 20 2(Xi 6 20 Lve. Richmond Ar. 1 (O 11 42 6 10 fy the blood. 7 09 9 s& Winchester.. It gives strong nerves, 1 25 6 45 ' Mavsville " 8 10 8 30 bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich 10 9 30 5 40 " 7 50 5 28 " Pans 4 G 17 10 28 " Georgetown " complexion. It will maTie a good-loo- k 3 40 7 10 11 20 Ar. Frankfoit.. Lve. 7 00 n ing, charming woman of a Ask for tickets via Paris. invalid. Only 50 cents at Perry & J. R. NEWTON, Q. P. A. Thomas' Drug Store. mn-dow- o 05 o 6 cn w 3T3T3 BSt B33H2233 -- ? eggs 2S32 PEPSiPJ iYRUPINDIGESTION. CURES 7 DR. CALDWELL'S ffiO US -- CENTRAL ! A native Maori ch'eftan, tho dc scendent of cannihlo kings, who is now completing' his medical education in Chicago; Cannibalism ended in his tribe, he says, when Bishop Selwyn converted bis grandfather; but lie tells some stories of it that have a distinctly humorous flavor. For instance: It is said that once a chinf captured a mise sionary who was anything but a morsel, as he was old and thin, and looked as if his flesh would be tough. The missionary warned the chief that he would not make a very wholesome dinner, and pulling up his trousers, cut a slice off the calf of his leg and offered it to the chief. The chief tasted it, and said he didn't like The it, and passed it to his sub tasted it, made a wry face aud passed it on. The next man took a bite of it and spat it out. The mission ary was released. After be had gone it was discovered he wore a cork log. tooth-Eomsub-chie- If Christianity is a myth, there is no sweeter fiction and nothimr which brings to men greater joy and richer blessings. If there is no God, then what difference does it make what a nian believes. and why should infidels seek to deprive Christians of their only hope? If Christianity is a myth, 1J10 proof is abundant that such a mytlils a good thing for mankind in time, if not through eternity. Then to infidels I say, let me enjoy my delusion and die consoled by its sweetness. Beccher told tho truth when in substance ho said that infidelity knocks the only crutch from under helpless mankind, aud loaves tho race struggling aud forlorn without one promise or one ray of hopo. In reason's name, why should any sensible man or woman accept that which robs life of its sweetest pleasuro and oilers no hopo to the sleeping dead? James W. ZAOiiAr. Lexington, Ky. The Chespeake & Ohio railway will soli tickets to Louisvillo on October 9, to 21st, inct. nt one and one third fare for the round trip, except that On the 9th, 13th, 18th, and 20th, a rale of one Lire will be mado on account of special attractions. All tickets sold will bo limited to two days from date of sale. Tho Louisvillo peoplo are sparing no effort or'cxpenso to mako their Ex position and Street Fair a grand success. The C. '&. O. trains do not make local MT,WtliY!jl MMMk -- aft stops botween Lexington and Louisvillo and is the shortea line between tho poiuts. G. W. The ladies cannot be deeeh ed by catchy phrases nor All bombastic claims. we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world, select the la- test goods, and when up-to-da- jrou Barney, Div. Pass. Agt. are made every year 300,000 of buy you know j'ou have the latest, te 2,000j000 glass cyos It is stated on German authority that in Germany and Switzerland, while one goods. Is that what you want? If so, trade with f. French house manufactures them annually. Judge Scatt on Their Trail. County Court Days. SHORT LINE TO New OrleansBest Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tonrit Sleeting Car leaves Louls-vil- le Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco. AV vour ticket agent lor particulars or write toll H . Fowler, . raveling Passenger Agent, TjlMitvlll. KV. Free Ueclfnlne Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orlvmis. ery A. II. HANSON, U P. A., Chicago. uc. . 3 Co G SO" e o. OS.. Go.. 91l o .(to . . oes0S9aea33seBeinaeaesaaooeseea8aaaasae G9. m 8)" OS .) J& WM. A. KELL0ND, A.O.P.AMLonlsville. Taris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Itichinond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. D.inville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county , third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford counly, fourth Monday. NATURAL HISTORY. A Volcanic Eruptions Spendid Opportunity for an Object Lesson tor the Younger Generation. i One feature of n circus that is given least considorstion and which is entitled to more than passing notice, is tho ed ucation value thereof, aside from its amusement features. A child is sent to school and the average youth oryoung- ster finds as roost Interesting the study of natural history. It dotes on the ferocious lion; it is amused by the Lilliputian nionkey; it marvels at tho monstrousnets of the elephant, and of worries over the pronunciation Are grand, but Skin Eruption rob life of joy. Bucklon's Arnica Salve, cures them; also Old, Running and Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, 2 Druggist. The New York World predicis that wo must pnymoro-foour clothing and 0ursh0es.tbi9.year than we have paid for several years past. We must pay more for our shoes because the Dingley tariff placeda duty on hides in order to enrich the great, grabbing Cattlo'TriisL Wo must'pay more for our clothing. because of 'the heavy duties placed byi r Judge Scott is camping on the trail of the pot hunters and will give them gols if any are proven gaUty of breaking the Game Law of Kentucky. At Win chester last week the judge instructed the grand jury tolnvistigato the killing of partridges outof season, and to bring tho offenders to justice.- The Richmond Gun Club, composed of forty of our leading citizens, aredetermincd to obey and enforce the game laws, and our grand juries have in this orgrnzation a valuable adjunct in the enforcement ot this important and humano law. - WtilteEitan PURCHASING AGENCY. Cnt-Rat- Hot Blast Peninsular. Doable Heater wilh Tea Ketils Attachment. SMOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE Air passes through registers in heavily guarded feed door into perforated mixer rin; around ton of heavy Sre Dot. then into fire. Mlxiaz th air with Kases, in this way produces perfect combustion and a great carina; of tnel. Mixer ring also protects bottom of radiator from direet action of Sre and insures its durability. POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER Deflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pot and radiator extends to outer casing, forcing the intense heat from lower section of Stove down to the floor where most required. WILL HEAT ROOM By attaching pipe to Double Heater Collar and extending to register in floor above. If not used in thai way, heat is distributed to all parts of room and opening can be utilized as a tea kettle attachment in addition to griddle hole top. FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE Circular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash Pit Doors are valve seated, fitted until absoluely air tight and Warranted to remain so. They are mounted on heavy, quick acting screws, working in a detachable yoke, and when opening screw in, not out, preventing breakage in use. Call at the CASH HARDWARE HOUSE of 2 e Write to Cozlne & Co.'s Purchasing Agency, Louisvillo, Ky., for anything you want to buy. You can save big money. Information free. SAMPLES FIIEK. .. . o & s SO SO fa THIS WEEK'S -- se "SO 88 00 SO SO SO SO SO so so SB et" e e 0" J) OFT FORGET IT s. oa e uced nces. Ce. OS.. os o.. o... OSs do. Os Choice Styles in Lawns, Dimities, OB sa so so so so so sa se sa sa sa se sa se se so so so sa se so so e so o so s Os. as its OS oo. OS.. Wash Orepons, Piques, Ginghams, and Percales. All going at SLAUGH- oe. es OS es OS es as OS-OS TER PRICES se se se a so se se oe so so a Ijp3 pil5)IlK3 OS as Os-O- S es OS as OS se es so so se se s a so se se oe so so so CUT PRICES OF ALL IIIlMWIUBIIHli OS OS OS OS es ec trs ps ps Wmm WIIBB 1 so WEI -- SO SO SO sa sa se se so a Bs. BS AC ss OS es as Oe OS Women's Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price $1.50, can be purchased in the next Ten Days for $1.00 All others reduced ------ oe oe oe so oe oe oe oe oe oe SO There is a Comet Medal Fund, by whom given we do not know, by which medals are awarded to the dis coverers of comets. One has been given to Dr. Lewis Swift, of Mt. Lowe Observatory for his discover' of a comet last March. This makes nine he has re" 'hippopotamus" and "rhinoceros teacher will vouch for the statement ceived. thai one object lesson is of more value Each package of PUTNAM than a hundred book lessons. The ine DYES colors uagerio of a big circus affords the only FADELESS potable opportunity for a child to study either Silk, Wool or Cotton in Iifo the animals whoso pictures they Sold by C. L. Searare wont to see in their' school book perfectly. cy, Waco, Ky., Thomas & Ad Consequently the great educational s20-lvalue of these traveling amusement in ams, Panola, Ky. stitutions. On Monday, Oct 16, the Stamp lickers' tonjrue is the name re famous Adam Forepaugh and Sells iJroiiiers combined circuses, menag cently applied vby 'an English pbysi-- ' eries and hippodrorres are announced cian to a form of lore mouth occurring in clerks -- wlio have many letters to to exhibit in. this city. stamp and seal, ai d who moisten the It is claimed for this aggregation, and justly so, that its wild beast exhibit. adhesive surface with the ever-read- y wr surpasses in variety and extent that of tongue. any other known collection of a simi "If you scour the world you will lar character. It embraces the menag never find a remedy" equal to One erie of the original Adam Forepaugh Minute' Cough Cure," says Editor Fla., "Hustshow aud that of the equally as well- - Fackleryof the Mioanony, of LaGrippe ler." It cured his. family known Sells Brothers', The zoological and saves thousands Irom pneumonia, department ot hotli ol tlieso amuse bronchitis, croUp and all throat and ment enterprises has and always will lung troubles. Perry & Thomas. be made a feature. The greatest possi The rainy season at Manila is telling ble endeavor aud a fabulous amount on the health of tho soldiers there. of money has been expended in bring Two hundred and thirty-tw- o are in the ing together this collection of animals hospitals from the Iowa regiment, 201 of every clime and condition, which, it from the Seventeenth, regulars, 163 is promised, contains the rarest speci from the Twelfth and a similar propor mens of the animal kingdom. As tion from the other regiments. To make the menagerie department many more are sick who are not in the one ot especial interest tlie lnannge- - hospitals, but tho number of deaths is ment makes the announcement that very small in proportion. As a result men who have made natural history of the sickness, the men are not ro vostudy will bo in attendance at all times lunteering, ns was hoped it at one time their sole duty being to gratuitously they would. impart their knowledge the idea beiug for the special benefit of the children Eat plenty, Kouol Dyspepsia Curo What better opportunity cau be con will digest what you eat. It cures all dyspepsia aud stomach trou ceived forgiving the younger genera forms of bles. E. R. Gamble, Vernon, Texas, tion an object lesson in zoology. savs: "It relieved me Irom tho start and cured mo. It is now- my everlast A telegram from Smyrna announces ing friend." Perry & Thomas. that there was a disastrous earthquako rue engineers ot a uig.Bynciicate in at Aidin, 81 miles southeast of Smyrna, Hundreds of persons were killed in tho this country are now at Tashkend, Asiatic Russia, examining the "Hunger yalley of Menderez. Steppe" of Turkestan. They are to de cide if it can be reclaimed by a system Tap, tap all day nt the of canals aud irrigation. It they decide machine until the head it can be, tho Russian government will throbs wiUi every tap. And give the syndicate a long lease of the vrnen uiemacmne stops Uie day the throb-- t steppe in return for their reclaiming it umg sua goes pn, The expense is estimated at $75,000,000, m tho same law on wool and-o- n woolen' goods for tho "protection" of our sheep" raisers. And the increased cost will not be trifling irt amount. Every overcoat and every suit, the tailors say, will bo advanced $5. Every pair of shoes that a year ago cost $3 will cost $4.50 or $5. Multiplytheso advances by tho 70,000,- 000 who must Have several suits and several pairaol shoes apiece this year and tho .total will Tepresont a very heavy sum of money which the law tukes oiit of the earnings of all tho people and gives to a favored and protected few. Tho thing is worth thinking about ' We want your name for PASTIME, a bright, clean, illustrated story and hu morous paper for the family circle, 10 large pages, only 75 cents a year; on trial 4 mom lis, 10c. We givo to sub scribers Gold Watches, Bicycles, Sewing Machines, Guns, etc. Samples and particulars free. Send us your address y her condition during the period before her little ones are born. Neglect or improper treatment then endangers her life and that of the child. It No woman can be too careful of if you do no more. We will Siccial Rates, via, R. N. I ,c B. Meeting Masonic Grand Lodge at Louisville, Ky., Oct. State meeting B. Y. P. U., at Louisville, Ky., Oct. Meeting Kentucky Bankers Association at Lexiugton, Ky., Out. Meeting Synod of Kentucky at Danville, Ky- - Oct. The It N. 1. & II. will sell tickets to the above meetings at one and one third faro for tho round trip on tho' 10-21G-1- 8. 2o-210-1- 0. ' certiticnte-pla- " n. i Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association The It N. I. & B. will sell tickets to nf. nno unit' r.vlnrrf All fW Sr! in oue third fare for tho round trip. Louisville Exposition, Street Fair and Carnival, Oct Oth to 21st. Tho, It N. L & B. will sell tickets to Louisville, Oct Oth to 21bt, at one and one third fare, and 011 at Lexington, Ky., Oct. lies with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily, or whether the ordeal DON'T SUFFER, TI1K ELECTUOI'OISE shall be made comparatively easy. She had better do nothing than do Cures all diseases without the use of medicine. A pure Oxygen treatment, .something wrong. g by absorption. It cures where olse fails. It is needed in jrvery family' for it will relieve every weakness or ailment, to the most persistent chronic disease, and without the use of a grain of medicine. Thousands of Is the one and the only preparation people all over the United States, from that is safe to use. It is a liniment private citizens to Lawyers, Doctors, that penetrates from the outside. External applications are eternally Preachers, Supremo Judges, Editors, right. Internal medicines are radi- etc , even Crowned Heads of Europe cally "wrong. They are more than have civen written testimonials ot these facts. Book of testimonials, and humbugs they endanger life. Mother's Friend helps the muscles matter of great interest with price of ts relax and expand naturally re- instruments sent free. Every family lieves morning sickness removes should have an Electropoise ; it saves the cause of nervousness and hea- money, addacheprevents hard and rising dress at induces healtli. Send your say once and see what people breasts shortens labor and lessens the pains and helps the patient to who have thoroughly tested its merits. Agents wanted. THE ELECTROPOISE rapid recovery. From a letter by a Shre veport, La. , CO.. 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky. woman: "I have been using your sept wonderful remedy, Mother's Friend, for the last two months, and find it just as recommended." eyery-thln-27-l- surprise you. Please don't wait, send now. Better enclose 5 stamps for trial subscription. PASTIME, Pub. Co., Louisville, Ky. Who will bo glad to show you this stove as well as a full line of other heaters and cookstoves, grates, etc. mchl-l- y A BOON TO MANKSNU! DR- -- y TABLER'S Bl CKEYE D n 33 a Zh zZ 2C i Erf Hi cur:; Jan,5-,- J A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL r EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 75 Cents; bottles, 50 Cents. JAKES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. Druggists set: it at SI per bottle. tho Oth, 13th, IStli nnd21et THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA,. OA. at one fan for the round trip. Tickets good two days from date of saie. C. M. Uriowtf iso, G. P. A. Send for oar free illustrated book,. "Before Baby is Born." -- I35- Queens Crbceot Brotherhood of St. Andrew, ColumNational Spiritualists Ass'n. of United States and Canada, Chicago, 111., Oct. 17-2- ECONOMIST RANGES bus 0 JO., Oct. 18 22. c reach of every Amorti-an- .. It arts powerfully Physically Perfect, it tfn and qnlckly. A New resultot 30 days usj et f.EGEKERO. Yonnjrmca .will regain thrlr.lost manhood, and Old Men will recover their youthful visor. It fits oro for business, gtudy or ra: rrlaro. RCGCNCO is no ureateii nervine ever roid in this country. Can bo carried in vest pocluM. $1.C0 per box, or ir for 83X0. Wo !, rtfend In?, money whero six boxes donotrfTrctn ccrr. Circulars free Address tho American oCco or. Hi-nll chs-rfj!- FOR WEAK MEN The creat French nv Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. Bordeaux IEedice Co.? For sale by Perry & Thomas. septl3-ly Os OS OS OS OS Japanese workmen are obliged to women the large wear 011 their caps and backs an in army ot women scription stating their' sa business and clerks needs to s so closely watch the health of the organs ediployer's name. s man any other class of .More Go as Os Half a - pa All sizes, good qualitj', es OS oo tie oa oe oe os MSas at o -- os OS as Oca. as And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Cost. s oe oe "Wholesale Prices. JO , ------ sa so se oe oe oa oe oe oe oa es os es 0S os os sa s 08 Take advantage of this OS OS ReMc-Kee- ---- OJi OS es Os Oo (jo.. CO GO- or-e2s c;s. as ( Ot oe-o- 's duction Sale. Come to when you want to save money. Respectfully, oe oe oe sa oa sa se so oa oe oa se O- Se so, eo EN , HE. ' sa -- sa se .... sa --, "! sa es oa oe w O8 V.-- V , iHHHHHHHHfflffiHfffflHHfHHHift ' SlSMS- breath to walk across my room," writes Miss Isibell Miller, of New ' My peiloJscc- Providence. Callowav Co.. K enrrea tooolten and the hfmorrhacre would Tv orolontred and the launching WMW ciflvur. also tad spells which the doctor said we re faint- nB nut. i couiu n icji wpen mey were comiii on but they left me 7ery weak. ' My stomac! wouia cramp uniu eoul.l not straighten. This wMuiu tasi tor several npurs. T did not gain strength from one monthly' period WCU.",1 nervous (Ml me thnc I was advised by .a kind mend to fry Dr. Fierce' Prescription, which I did and before I had iwu uuiucsni u j ctium vrorK all day. I took in all six bodies oMhe.1 Favorite Prescription' iMlVVLe poWe2f Dr. PieTCC- - Pel- lets. no other rr&m- - t nave .never peculiarly womanly. ior Ulc general neaim win or aisturnett just m proportion as the local health of the delicate. womanly organs is disordered. With irregularities there will come pains in the head, the back or side, nausea and general misery. The happiness of the future life of the wife and mother may be entirely ruined by neglect of the health at this critical period. Women confined in offices, shut out irom necessary exercise will find a faiUi ful friend in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scnption. It so regulates the womanly functions and so strengthens Uie delicate organs that pain from these causes will be absolutely don; away with and future neaun oe penecuy assured. There is no opium, cocaine or oiucr narcotic m "Favorite Prescription." Neither does it contain alcohol, whisky or other intoxicant. " I was so weak I did not nave l Tnan liver" 10 reacn an .points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train serrico with which tho Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled ry & Thomas. "Limited," is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. Aged Lady Shot in Estill. The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair CarSr-a- nd Vestlbuiled trains An unconfirmed report was received from Louisrilte to the Sonth, also a weekly hero last week that Mrs. Mary Ann l'ullniB T&urht Cariot California, 9 25pm Louisville every- Land had been shot by an unknown Lve .Memphis I'riday- - Thursday .. ... 8 18am Arr 7 4Jpm Arr man, who designed to rob her of a sum Lyo New Orleans Friday New Orleans Friday , 8 lOpm of money suppose rto bo hidden iu her Arr Houston Saturday & 4iam 45pm home. Mrs. Land resides on MiHerV Arr Han Antonio Saturday -- 3 15pm v.. Arr Blpaso Sunday 9 20pm Creek,in Estill.and while at her house- Arr uas, Angeies.uoiiaar. . ... Arr Ban Francisco Tuesday 5 15pm ladies; Joseph Stockford, Hodgdon, Me.,' nealed a sore running lor seventeen years and cured his oiles of lone stand lug by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cures all skin diseases. Per- Millions of dollars, is the value placed by 31 rs. Mary Bird, Hamsburg, Pa., on Oct the life of her child, wbon she was saved (Soil in Kentucky only.) from croup bv the use of One Minutu Grand Ixnlge K. of "P., Ilemlprson, Congh Cure. It cures all coughs, colds and lliroat and lung troubles, rem Ky.. Oct. Kentucky Bankers Association, Lex- & Thoinas. ton, Ky., Oct. Tho latest tlihnriu comnanv promo tion comes from Paris, where a dog'ti cemetery has been floated, with a capital or 14,000. The promoters are 16-1- 9. 21-2- 7. 25-2- 0. American Steel Railway Association, Chicago, III., Oct. Carriage and Harness'Dealera, Association, New York, N. Y Oct 1521. Woman's Home Missionary Society, ' Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. National Conference Unitarian and other Churches, Washington, D. C.--, 17-2- 0. 18-2- 3. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis more, Washington, Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. ' Eastern markets. Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention. PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY "WEEKDAY. Philadelphia, New York and for Baltia1! Roof iiiff,. Gutteriii rr and General Simon O'Donnell, General Manager. Job Work. EASIER THAN EM CLADDE Rail- ra Kotary Motion Madison Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED 1863. -- J!" road. In addition to shorteninir the lima to MemphU and New Orleansthts made St' Easier The present schedule of Illinois Central TAMPS T MaiUM-ita- , TT A ATT Tr,lM Til7ixmw aii Fireign aud PUBLIC SALE ! Ravine rested my farm, about one mile from Silver Crc;k depot, will offer at public tale, on the premises, Timte, iMigtMMs, Statiary 7sM;, Ball Bearings ltd AMerkan Marble ani Graiite. Ootobosr IS, Hi, two-hor- FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Cenietery Uork, will find it to their Interest to call at tho old slntid In tho rear K Church on Irvine Street, where they Will find constantly on hum! o v" y. ciayges oi jrom.jit i'utu nuuiu ruitji;.one: of (henricw.io euit all In Centra! buyers. W. G. (iOUOHER, test workrneii Xeiitiickv. is m cflftrtre of our rKtllirfl In overy ph"i(M, Parties livintt at a distance should wiite to ns for designs, ' which win ikj iwrnnsiied on application. YOUR rATROJs'AGE SOLICITED." qf Uie M. hold duties on Wednesday observed a " It't ?- stranger out about the barn. She arose to investigate the stranger's presence there and while standing in tho door, it is uaid, was shot through the body. Her Injur-ie- are serious. Tho assailant is not known to t!wi Authorities. e about the hour ot 10 o'clock, a. m. , the following property, if not sold prtrstely beforo day of (ale: Three head of tfot-- J horrcs and two calves. One new Champion Binder, oao Mower, Cultivator, onn wagon and 'harness, and pthur iarmln; ImpleTill u Iks Trie ITiattr Rsi'.t to feSftnh, ments too numerous tomcntion. Will atao offer for sale at same time my houtehold and kitchen Parties desiring to mate a comfortable trip to furniture. the territory niention-will do well to comTERMS Alt sums over $10 will be sold ok a municate withJt. II. Fowler, Traveling Passen- credit, payabla January 1, JW13, wlthonl Jnter-es- tj ger Attest, Louisville, lCv. all jams under that arawmtcash. W X.jiUHJBD XKtUJSD, A O. P; AC. JD For Ml by Blue A.VtJHikSStO 1A., dsoaa-l- y OUc&tfd, III. ..c UK, Jue6Bona, ivy. . d n .. . IMk. tniT'!l,jf. -. ?V BAfiil. lrSi Furniture T. fri K jVO LTO Proprietor.