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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = t c I L C t ThE RICHMOND CLIMAXiLVOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1899 NUMBER 20 For Rent 1 J + ++ QChoice of three good ollice rooms over Doug las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable d4 i jhtrooiu residence with modern conven ioncesA GRIGGSBY MUNCEY EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC TION AGENCY R LEE DAVIS Manager yIIm Mineral and Timber Lands taught and sold on commission t inmts in and out of the City taken for Collection LeWlihJ Ill rail on me fur further l ii titulnrs IFFlIE Room 9 Mobcrloy Build Kirlitiinnd Ky n PRoFESSIONAL CARDS roTElS ft E ROBERTSt ATTOnN BYATLA- WliUllMOND KENTUCKY mice in Moberloy Building RW MILLER ATTOHMKYATLAW RICHMOND KRSTCrcicY 4ite In the Durnam UuIIdIttg et tour to nrn rs National flank teXlr AS VANJ rntEvrLAwC- flMOL KENTUCKY liltc over Taylors Hiinlwaro store op srtf Court IIIII m Main Street j JlliHOGOATTOIWKY AT LAM ftiMMisi KKNTOCKY tiiiiw No 8 Kirwt Su npftaint 31 SO C U1I UlItCNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAY 1tOND KKNTUCKY Mice on Secoud street over Chen grocery W R LETcHER AltoIleyut Law xii KKSTDCKY nil with T J Smith Jr OVer- t inirtou AMitcheJIV T C Uovvry i 4tJ yalLaw M Tlfy BitlMinsr Ttichoml Ky i PSTSIOIANS liltS HinSON GIBSON flClAN AND SURGEON JIMONII KENTUCKY ine in the Joe IVlini hiiilding iS and ao Sec on seer nic old drugstore 27 CiUS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Ytorin ry Dentl try and Sterility a Specialty a OIHo up taIrK Over 8wre recently accu r1 by Bicunona Harness Co EAL Main St Ki Inuoml Ky aprMy H C JdSlGH M D t Medicine anti Surn ry fllhee 1ratlutr lUiildini Mnii =trtt UibHilwaj It Ft5illencc Ihe Ur jIace 0 UHHMOSU KENTUCKY Gw EVANS M iV PllYS ClAN AND PUHUEIIW RICHMOND KKNTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY rOffice and residence on Second Street DENTAL STratJEBY Dt a t t onso oENTx3r or LODHTILLE Kr nOfflce next door to Government Building lllclimSnd Ky Office houra 9 to 121 to 4 uorl7ly Dfl FRED SMITHDENTIST BOfflce over Colllni Grocery lame offlc lately occupied by Dr W W Burglp lanU1 Dr Louis II Landma No KO West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky 01 FRIDAY OCT 11 1899 retuning every second Wednesday o eacl month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky febl- 6lyhchc d Ohio Pily Time of Trains afWlnchesterKy WEST BUND Mt and Leslngton Accom M ax ISMorehead pr ax Kiw York Limited FFV t 50 p EAST BOUND Jxilnrton and Morebead Accom 9 15 New York Limited F F V11M al Lciingtou and Mt Sterling Accom 6 S3 pi Washington Express 823 pI Accommodation trains mu dally except SOi dallyfhronchsleepineand car service t York For Information rates orsleeperreaerrttlor cauonorwrftfl K UOOD Richmond Ky or GEORGE W BARNEY U P o O 0 Rj Lcxlnstoa Ky WINnow GLASS I COLD WEATHER IS NOW upon us So now is the time to put in your GLASS and 0keepa very large stock of GlasV bought before the large ad vance in prices We are therefore able tomake you very low prices whilst our stock of sizes are complete nfWT forgetour WALL U i PAPERforFIVE- CENTS on up in price Our Mixed PAINTS S110 per gallon WINDOW SHADES TEN CENTS on up Neat PICTURE FRAMES TWENTYFIVE CENTS Picture Frames Wall Paper Window Shades Mouldings Glass Paints Oils Varnishes STOCK TIlE LAMEST PRICES TIm LOWEST B M 1ILtI 209 w lilX STREE- TRICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist of No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Olvndon Hotel Richmond MONDAY NOVEHBER 1st returning one day each month Eyes exam- Ined and glasses scientifically adjusted PURITY OF TONE combined with great range arid power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano dug iii bintof very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as well as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We have several styes Some in Mahogony Rosewood etc Prices range from 22500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY V AltiYoU IOR SILVEU Yehof conrye when t isinnde into such bciiutifullorni ns our Sterling Silverware possesses rut the form only rtcom mends it but thu qualltyaa welt Tea Sets Knives Forks Spoons Etc All of the finest material nnd war ranted to weaf well You may not have seen the new deslcus we are exhibiting Now is your opportunity Do not wait untilthecholcest sold F J YEAGER No 28 2U StRlchmoud Ky ep6ly Slop There The Louisville Poet which to all ap pear nceBJ vas editorially a Brown or gnu takes off its mask after registra Lion day and says how It will be in J November In that statement Brown Is1 not in iU The figuring fsbased on ground that Urown will draw many from the Democratic ticket thereby enabling Taylor to got in Those Democrats who have been following Brown are enabled The statements argue tbls Every Brown voter contributes to the support of a Republican When Democrats who are affiliating with Brownism realize this they will return to tho Democratic folllMt Steilinp AdvoeatoSI BryBiiUlackbarn Irybr Ellis Pnynter llRzolrlfTK exChief JUStiCE Lewis WhitQBo son ever Democrat Congressman anti every Domocratii lender in the State and nation are al nrglng the election ot Goebel Agains him are tho L N railroad hoot n i Trust Tobacco Trust John Wlullen Dick Knott Basil lnke Jjm WillIam and Chris J Bronston Which com 0do you prefer tokooPI ant of men are most likely to ad vocate the lc Sloll til tt mutt who ii filled to be ovrnorSIlUlWV1LI Sen tine DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR GOVERNOR lION WILfIAM GOEBEL OKKENTOX COUNTY VOB ITKUT15NANT GOVEltNOlt f J C HKCKAM OF NKUSON OOUJCTY FOIl ATTOKNKV GEN NEAt K J liKKUKlNltlDtiti OF BOVLE CUNTY yon AUDITOR GUS COULTERSOF GRAVES COUNTY you TREASURNIIS S W HAGEn OF llOYD COUNT FOR SECRETARY OF STATE CALEB BIIECKINR1DE HILL OF CLARK COUNTY I FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE- S N N ALl OF JEEFKBSON COUNTY IFOB SDPT OF PUBLIC INSTUCTION H V McCHESKEY OF LIVINGTON COUNTY FOR BAIUIOAD COMMISSIONER 3n DIST colA A W HAMILTON OF MT 8TEBLINQ FOR REPBESENTATIVE RON W W COMHS MADISON COUNTY you COUNTY JUDGE NJ1 COY ANNOUNCEMENT roE CLERK ARCKAVANAUGIIto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY InbJecttoWe are authorized to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce U M MILLER a candidate for Count Clerk sub Ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoyea SUISBIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAOERS a candidate for Sheriff ol Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aeth rlred to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for 8h rifTbf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce P B BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party ron ASSESSOR Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JASL BAKER candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject 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 are authorized to announce G W DEATHERAGE a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party Fog JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER O PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorised to announce F J PERKINS a candidate for Jailor snbject to the action of the Democratic party As a Ccngressional Possibility It was not alone from the partiality which lie feels toward lIon R Tate ir- vIne that the editor of the Southwest Virginian suggests the former as R Congressional possibility for no citizen of that section has riecn info higher or more deserved esteem than has our talented friend We have heretofore noted some of his achievements in the State of his adoption and would not be at all surprised to hear of his nomina tion for the best office In Virginias gUt Here IB a pretty tribute to him from tho Big Stone Gap paper referred to above COXURESSIONAL TIMBRE Tate Irvine the Cicero of Big Stone Gap can always rise to the occasion aud attune Ills words to tho exact suit ing and fancy of his audience ills ad dries mat Saturday to the Sons and Daughters of the Confederacy to an audience of three thoucand was a perfect llower garden oratorical roses It was out in tim open under a foilage of silver and gold in the presence of the largest audience that was ever assem bled at Jonesvllle Mr Irvine was at lila best and he hail robbed the English language ot its richest and rarest jewels In order to prove that woman is the sweetest befog tills side ot heaven Spaceis too limited to permit us to follow Mr Ir vine through his brilliant effort Suffice it to say that were it left to the ladies of Lee county to name the next Congressman Mr Irvine would be nominated by acclamation and unani mously elected Out in Kansasliv- es a happywife She writes U I have used Mather Friend before two confinements The last time I had twins and was in labor only a few mln jutes Suffered very HtUe The reason why Mothersfriend Idoesexpectanmothers so much liniment- to be applied upon the outside where much strain comes It helps be cause the pores of the skin readily absorb It and it comes Into direct contact with and is absorbed th involved Morning sickness isqulcklybanshed and nervousness is kept completely away The sense of dread and foreboding is no experienced evert during labor itself t Confinement Is horx and almost withou- pain Recovery is qulcnndsurcBes- of Mothers Friend unborn just as much as the expectaid mother and when the little one comes I will be strong lusty and health- yDktsMMotherSIritf0t1 toMit Send far our free book on the subject ney illuMr te l THE BkADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA IIII1f i1it DoABSCtuTLLY lURE I Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Isovtutmo Kxrotn ntw Tomt I TRUEACCOOTT OF THE KILLING OF SANFORD BY GOEBEL Malicious MisrtDcesenlallons Set at Rest by Statement of Coroner Tanrin A prominent Republican physician Owenboro is credited with making statements to the country people of Daviess cotmty intending to mislead them concerning the killing of John Sandford by Senator Goebel Others have purposely misrepresented the unfortunate affair to the detriment of Senator Goebel In other counties the same tactics have been employed Particularly ha this been true in Henderson county At the request of friends and in order to get a true statement of the difficulty between Sanford and Goubel of which so much has been written and said Air B S Morris of Henderson wrote AY W Tarvin then and now the coroner of Kenton county asked him for tin facts Mr Morris received from Coro ncr Tarvin the following reply Office 012 MadIson Avenue Tele phone No IOResidence lit E fifteenth street Coroner of Kenton conn ty Ky W W Tarvin MD Covlugton Ky Sept 25 18Y1B- S Morris Esq Friend Morris Yours of the 22d received and Ill try to give you the Information you desire as you are correct in supposing that 1 wits coroner at the lime of theJEtanford killing and that I held the inquest in that case I am unable to state the cauee of the beginning of the enmity between Goebel and Sanford as opinions dilfor widely Some say it was because of a proxy at a convention some that it was on account of the law Goebel had passed reducing the tolls on turnpike in which Sanford was a stockholder and some that it was because Goobel was instrumental in having the city funds removed from Sanfords bank and deposited in another bank At any rate after the feeling first started it grew steadily and the fact that some of Sanfords closest friends were identified with the faction which always opposed Goebel did not help matters any and Sanford said he would rather kill Goebel or be killed But to come down to the actual cause of the kilting The daily Coin mouwcalth had for several mouths been publishing articles roasting Goe bel at every opportunity and Goebel was informed that John Sauford was the author of thQAA articles In fact if I remember rightly Goebel was shown the original copies and they were in Sanfords handwriting At Inst probably exasperated beyond en durance Goebel wrote and caused to be published in a little weekly sheet issued every Saturday an article in which he referred to Sanford in severe terms and that was the immediate cause of the meeting On the day of the encounter about I oclock Goebel and W J Hendricks at that time attorney general were coming to town together and on FIrth street met Frank Helm president of the First National bank and as Hen dricks wished to get a check cashed they all three continued out Fifth and up Madison avenue toward the bank As they came in the vicinity of the bank they saw John Sanford standing at the foot of the steps leading into the bank with one foot on the lower step and leaning upon the railing at one side Sanford was leaning upon the railing with hiq left arm with his right hand in his front pantspocket The three Goedel Hendricks and Helm came up to the loot qf the steps and halted Helm spoke to Sanford who responded awl alter a reminder from Helm Sauford spoke to lIen ilricks held out lIla left hand with his right still in his pocket and shook hands with him Then turning toward Goebel who was standing three or four feet from hlmpvith his overcoat over his left arm and his right hand In his front pantspocket Sandford said I understand that you assume the re gpousibilliy of that newspaper article Goebel answered promptly I do whereupon Sanford withdrew his right hand from his pocket holding a revol ver thrashed it forward quickly toward Goebels abdomen and fired the hail cutting through beliefs coat and lower edge of his vest Goebel made one stepbackward dropped Iris over coat and withdrawing his hand right from his pocket also holding revo ver threw his hand up nnd fired an sweringihe first shot eo quickly that it almost sounded as an echo and the ball struck Sanford in till forehead making a fatal wound Besides Helm and Hendricks there was a number of people upon the street who witnessoi the shooting some of them strangers to both men and the evidence clearly proved that Sanford drew hia revolver and tired the first shot My jury was composed of six good citizens one an exsheriff ccting one the principal of district public school i and one who lisa since served a term as president of the board of aldermen land is now county assessor und the other three were honest reliable work- Ingmen and that jury brought In a yordict that time shot was fired by Goe tel in selfdefense The county judge a Republican lucId a preliminary examination and evidenceIo kill Goebel and had drawn and fired first Two attempts wero made to la diet Goebel but the grand juries re- fittedt to ret rnlrue bills each time I Hoping tItle Is a clear explanation ol a very unfortunate matter I will close with best regards Yours truly I W W TABVIN C1io Ky anytlilniin ontis standing1 after tinting it wa terrible Now lam writes S 15 V Keener Holsington KMIWW otC o dol Dyspepsia Cure Itdijleita what you eat BAKIN POWDER I An Illustrated Political Paper The Verdict of Sew York is a week ly journal printed in colors It is the only illustrated Democratic paper in the United States Each issue con thins three cartoons deals pictorially with contemporaneous public events and public persons in a vigorous char acteristic way The paper is broadly Democratic In principles Us views of affairs are not local but national Its attitude toward the public questions of the day political and economic has already made a National Impression Editorially it ic and will be frank and sincere in its expressions about men and measures III addition to its editorials and cor repondenco it will contain special articles of unusual interest written in vigorous fashion It hns been enlarged to twenty pages aud each number will contain a potrait cartoon ofsome national celebrity Verdirt 1 year I CLIMAX and Verdict year 375h- ihhions liven Away It Is certainly gratifying to the pub tic to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprie tors Of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten millions trial hot tics of this great medicine and have tile satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse ness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by It Call on Perry Thomas Druggist Successors to W G White and get a trial bottle free regular size 50c and Every bottle guaranteed or price re funded 3 Great Pigeon Shoot Mr Thomas J Smith Jr was among those who attended the trapshooting tournament of the lUll Top Gun Club at tisterhitzltourbon countylnst Toes day and Wednesday This promised to attract crack marksmen from all over the State The headquarters for visitors were at Winchester only one hours ride As the first event on the card was not be called until nine oclock each day there was ample time to Jet to the grounds by taking the 620 train Fur the first day the program hind been arrange I fur shooting at live pigeons only Twelve events with en trance fee varying from 150 to 200 had been arrange for tim second days sport Blue rock targets were used The event of the shoot were the Hill Top handicap set for the first day Fifteen dollars had been set as the en trance tee The contestants shot at fifteen live birds The tournament of tile Hill Top Club taken all in all was a notable event Knl Hot irom The Gun Was the ball that hit G BSteadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years ThenlJuck l ns Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 23 cts a box Cure guaran teed Sold by Perry ThomasDrng gitS 3 SuperialiveS One hot summers day a gentleman who was waiting for his train at one of our country stations Asked aporterwho was lying on one of the seats where the station master lived and the por ter lazily pointed to thejjonsfr with his foot The gentleman very much struck ut the manVJwrinesseald 0011 you can show jnotVlazter mt than that my good man Ill Rive you two and six policeSThe porter not moving an inch replied rut KIll my pocket guvnor President King Farmers Bank Brooklyn Michigan lisa used DeWitts Little Ear in his family foi years Kay tf they are the best These CQl18tipationbiliousne88 troubles Perry jt Thomas 01 Course Since registration lay the Brownies i those who are opposed to the Chicago platformconfesa that they never had hopes of electing their candidate but of defeatlnB6enator Goebel with Tay lor Hence selfrespecting Democrats are now turning their backs on these decitful tricksters and from now on willaid in swelling Goebels majority Mt Sterling Advocate When our boy were almost dead from whooping cough our doctor gave One THinuto Cough Cure They recovered rapidly Writes P B Belles Argyle Pa It cures roughs colds grippe and all throat and lung troubles Perry Thomas COUNTY COURT JAY The largest crowd ever seen In Stanford on a similar day attended court herO Monday In fact ome said 2500 voters were here but thats a mistake by several hundred Hon James B McCreary made a characteristic epeech to a crowded house lion John Mar shall represented the Republicans and made a speech in the court house yard that greatly pleased his brethren Hon M F North made it good speech Polities PJrvndedthcatmosphere8tide- vidence justifies tho assertion that in this county as well as all overKeri tncky things are warming up to a fover heat Lincoln Democrat To be good and disagreeable ill higl treason sgainst the royalty of virtue II More Tile Plow Boy Preacher Rev J Klrk nan Italic Rive Itiinbns 898 After suffering lroa llroncbilllo- llunJtroublefor ten yeMc I was cure by One Minute Cough Cure It leal that fa claimed for it ftbd more II 01411 COQglis cd grippe loud I YaniTtl tf f 1 Illinois Scorts 7 Again Fur the second time this week Illi nois cattle reached the high niarkthus bcatlnir Indiana two successive heats The cattle were graded Shorthorns am Herefords fat as butter aud ns pretty as pictures They were fine enough to attract considerable atten tion from nil classes of people who like to look at good cattle lIon T S CIuipmaiiof Jerseyvillewaa the feeder In the lot were 17 head averaging 1331 pounds at 7 which sold to the United Dressed Beef Co of New York Mr Chapman also marketed 16 head 1541 pounds which sold to Swift at 6 65 and 17 head 1240 pounds that went to the United Dressed Beef Coal 6 23 3Ir Chapman besides being a good cattle feeder is pure food commissioner of the State He resides in Jersey vllle III but will soon make Chicago lila headquarters Chicago Drovers Journal The special fashion number ol Har pers Bazar published October 7th contains a comprehensive andanthori tative presentation of fall and winter fashions The number is elaborately Illustrated and gives full descriptions of the reception gowns outing costumes capes wraps house gowns and negli gee costumes which will be worn dur ing the coming autumn anti winter The large number of new and original fashion hints makes this issue Invalua ble to every woman Harper Bros Publishers New York YOU ASS A DSUOOEAT andof coursowant a Democratic news paper The Chicago Dispatch is the Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the readoptlon of the platform and the re nomination of William Jennings Bryan There has nevet been a political cam paign that will equal in importance that of the one to be fought next year The Republican party backed by the money power of this country and Europe is alert and aggressive Flushed withy the victory of three years ago It will seek by every menus in lit power to maintain its supremacy Democrats must be up mid doing They must wage an unceasing war upon their enemies In no better anti more effective way can this be done than by time circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers The publ lher of The Chicago Dispatch will send to every new subscriber for three months- a copy of The Chicago Dispatch for ten cents II you are not already taking this great political weekly send In ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce all your friends to join with you By a little effect you can easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan ansI other Democratic leaders AthIressTHE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue octMf Chicago Illinos i +++CALL AT + + ++ lf1 SALOON PARLOR- WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo datingclerksS Genuine Saratoga Water Kept TapS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturostructing the exhausted digestive organs Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It In permanenUycure3DyspepsIa Nausea- SlckfleadacheGastralgiaCrampsand imperfectdlgcstionPrepared For sale byiPerry Thomas 1 fiNERVOUS WEAK ft DISEASED MEN- NOCUREWO PAY 6 TIlE NEW METHOD TttEATMEST porttirelyis the result of 3 years experience in tho treatment of RH- tf these 3 WE CURE SYPHILIS IThis terrible Blood Poison the terror mof mankind rlelds readily to our NEW MercuryPotahIf Ton rorec III tim zaoutbor nniue pains in Ito oints roro throat hair cr V eyebrows falling out pimples br blotchc IM f stomach deraorrincnt mro ere head 5rs3 you hara tho reondary itffre r t K of this lllood 1olfon We ralicit tbn Winot obstinato cacsantI challenge tbefworld for a cae no accept for treatment and cannot euro Dour treatment tho IIlndimppea MM In marriage is lOfltlO and aCc CURES GUARANTEED Thonranilscf young ansi middleaged men hnvo their Viurir vitality tapped SBj by early abue later oxceafei mental I worry etc No mntter tlio raitre our New Method Treatment tho refuse Pj J Jtionnewcd and ono fccla liiui elf a man H among men Every mao t4 trratrilindi Tiilunlly no cureall hrnm our wonler ful jucccfF o inntlcr what nils yon consult tu confidentially Wo can fur utah bank lionIs to guarantee to acc m ijihhvbat wo claim mMVAUICOCKLK SYPHILIS ULKKT SKCKEIIES KIDMiX nnrt JtlMlMibltUiairr t4 BOOKSJFRKB WP hOMETREATMENT DRS KENNEDY KERGAN i 22 W Fourth St CINCINNATI O AIIRecorus Broken OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES breaks all records Never before in the history of our town was there a more complete line offered the people Every shoe has been bought at the very lowest market price nnd we are in n position to give our customers lie Most Talus For flie hail MONEY WE CAN FIT YOU Our shoes are made to fit You will find no trouble in getting a fit here We have all thats LATEST all thats GOOD OX YYct fe We hare a few summer goods left that we will sell you atyour own price They are all nice and- good Nowsyour chancel Yours for the Right Price Freeman Bros First Street Richmond Ky EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who has n goo sonnd reliable carriage under him He can rest secure in the thought that when he has one of nul well reliable nlirctoiis carriages ruinihonts whale bone speeders or road carts that come what may on the road his wagon never will give way We have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbertirod hnzimts in Rich mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works Another Turn of our pric cutting wheel makes another op for the prudent buyer This inter I EJests Carpenters Builders and others who use M Screw Nails and Tools Jlrbecause wo are making a jspecial xLLsaleof that class of goods arjil offer Ei siidtidsize mid qualities tit less rEiS than standard iitcsSi riE- LI r i See us and get pelcesea roofing and gntterjiM W BUCKlEY Tinner Li TAYLOR BROS IiSI 11r 17 Je0t0d REPAIRING 1liAJ I S ae l1e Iv actA- er kexaTt All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY IJ Rest t ilm I and8vveetI Iv thehandsomestLmand and will have them on special sale for the next few weeks at prices ranging from 512 to 540 New fresh attractive designs J and patterns F4 SSS TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the handsome line of desks a regular ava Ilanche of beauty which are being offered yatprices out of joint 1 Window Shades0iAmong my bar 1fancies beautiful display of Window Shades EveryIstsle every color and every price Gill and 4 examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentucky S NEVILLE MOBtRLY 1 220222 W Main Street J KYNIGHT 4 9 otilir Mt1 co OF LEXINGTON KYj160000 PAID IWLIVIWG BENEFITS 65000 RESER YE fiND SURPLUS 4 PliHJh Ee nn ot Life Insur ncel Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Cum I panics pay to the estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism 61 Every precaution for the protection of the investor For zeri particulars apply to i4SMITH BOWMNSr SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky w 5A Treatment That Cures Cancer UISNo Piaster No Paste No Cutting No Siilfering No Detention From Bs1nes No Danger No Fkiiures and No Pay Uiless Cure d IITue Surgeons knife null burning plasters and the horrible crude methods employed in en attempt to cure cancer fIns been forever displaced hV- the advent of fir Registers New Serum and AiiteseDtic fluid treatment This discoiwry works a new era In medical science nnd sufferers from Cancer Lupurs Ulcers Tumors Gojtre and Fistula can certainly be cured without the horrible torture attending the quack and ignorant methods in vogue for n century virSI tlfiy well defined rWrf without a failure is the evidence to prove the merit of tilts important mwljcnl discovery This now treatment is tlio result of a thot ough scientific study malignant diseoecn anti is based on the most rigid eeien life principles FEMALE DISEASES DC Tteirister holds Rold pedals from leading medical colleges for proficiency tIIilisdue to the grentitmereaso otcmiccr of time womb and fUiuinlo breast A well unth4Iany disease peculiar to women or any manner of raalfclinnt growth organ f opInLiiI 1 1 r 100 Court Street Memphis Tenni P II J 1lf 1 t 5 The Richmond Climax IJC CRENAULTProprlelor MILLER foulness Manager O E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 18 JI99 PUBLISUKU VERY WKDKKSDAY BY fhs Climax Printing Coi n iMUCK IMfiH YI Alt lM To Brown JkfllOCTf- ltSGENTLEMIThO CLIMAX entered upon this campaign with regrets e- pressed that it found its duty at vari wire with tho idoaj of some of iic friuiuta heithorto true Democrats who could not endorse the nominees of the Iouisvillo convention Having attend ed tho convention witnessed its pro cowlings and being favorable first to dipt Stone candidacy we were dis appointed at his defeat But the triumph of the party was a primary consideration and we came home de termined to support the whole ticket Since then our zeal has only increased as we witnessed the assaults upon De mocracy directed principally against its loading standardbearer If we be wrong to adhere to the ticket it II largely through a habit of supporting tho nominees of tho party a habit which most of you practiced with honor up to this hour Therefore we laid aside our disappointment at defeat and aro doing as you would have us do were your candidate and not Goebel at the head of the ticket If this is not true then we Bilk you to answer these questions honestly frankly and see whore duty leads you as wo can answer r thom for ourselves in but one way by electing the entire lemocratic ticket Shall we t ormit the railroads the chief political nls of henna and Mc Kinlcy in the Suth tocontrol tim Democratic organization and the execu tive loglehitive mid judicial officers of 1ontuckf Kentucky take an mime diate and commanding position in the battle apninst the tnnts 3 Shall the railroul at noncom petitive pollute be allowed to tax the shippers producers and consumers by charging exorbitant and discriminating freight rates 4 Shun Kentucky free herself from jtheclutches of the school book trust I and secure the Eamu school books just aa cheaply as Indiana West Virginia and other States 5 Shall we sulfur the State to be ruled four years longer by ignorant in l competent cans and extravagant Republi Shall wo send another Republican r nonentity like Deboo to the United States Senate fur six years or shall we return Joseph C S Blackburn 7 Shall we make it possible for Mark Ilanna to a ain rob Bryan of the vote of Kentucky in 1900 Tliofe gentlemen are the only sues and you sre being blindly but willingly diverted from them by the enemy to ioncuiiirate your iniiiu upon tHlior matters that they may obtain your votes to defeat your parly ThalV nil they wam Tlntis nit you can Jol They harped on lilt unfortunate San ford nuttier notwithstanding Mr Uoobels vindication in tim rourts and an otTer of Jov llnmiito pardon him bf fore trial They have dwelt upon the election law thoughjttIiuuIttiii that the election uommiewiunurM in vory ouunty lire men of high diameter luuuuuctuuIu and Re publican TUey nmgiiifiiil llallnms lost brother iiiin an isun tilt tho court locoidstihowud that unfortunate huh vidual to have been itnprisoneil for an oiruiise that lund to be exposed to sus 4tuillMr Goebela accusation an ac wrung from his heart by Theo Hallams insinuation that Goe buts mother was not a virtuous woman n charge as false us it was brutal a dirty lying cowardly charge that any ISrown Democrat would have resented with blnxvK nut wnnls They linvn hulked tint Louisville con vention Ihriiiillmro but the chief lien tuiiants of tlIoi14i who oppuceil Goebel Iiie disposed of that insue justifying whit vasdoni ller Iy to quuiusul in the will of the majority Jtcad the eevtMi iniiobitoiis nbovr Ticy aio the cardinal issues of the cam piijtn Upon ynr action this year iimy lipoutltiho welfini of Democracy i a JKW It not Gixbel v leul for ll ill for our great jnrly h lbv Villipm JiiiniiiK Brvnn O E W I n 1RBroverCo11LrxINGToN IICr Et y eik aS i a uceoa 4i4 3Otbj eeeSI il Ilundred pf other poiJUlar articles at the right prices rood the Corner In our Broadway show window you will find a special a1f Spooi5aid Fork5 250SeVeral They nrs white metal and guaranteed to sty white t 1- kCiFiBroerCoj MAIN AND BROADWAY LixiGTOw Kz- eft1r t i i4 i ryn B1ckIuinAn aaDbafIi SPOKE Ilf RICHMOND YESTERDAY TO A MULTITUDE MEETIHO AHrt J Ted Cobb Chairman Jno B Chenault n H Crooke James Mc CrearJ Introdnccd lIon William Jennings Bryan Junes B McCrcary Introduced Hon William Goebelttn Crooke Introdaced Hon J C 8 Blackburn J Tens Cobb COMMITTED ARIIOUIICEIIBMT- H Colyer Chairman BB Million BF Crooke Jno Warren Ab FIsh a L Scarcy 8 F Rock C Eo Woods 8aID Pielpu K Lee Davis COMMITTEI oat AKaiaamucxTS W DOldham Chairman J II Kennedy W 8 Home William Rather James Poland C RIce J C Lackey J C CbenanlLC- OUMtTTZB TRASSPOKTATIOX P B Broaddns Chairman J P Simmons N BTurpln TTCovlngton W n Letcher The CLIMAX celebrates Mr W J Bryans visit to Richmond by delaying the paper a few hours In order that its staff may participate in the exercises in common with the other thousands of onr citizens as well as to enable us to give our readers a stenographic re port of lila speech as taken down by our representative Mrs C Widney Cobb As the CourierJournal boasts of its ex clusive Bryan reports we thought to get ahead of our metropolitan contemporary by publishing Mr Bryans speech here ahead of all the other pa pers As this is an accurate report of what Mr Bryan said here yesterday procured by us at extra expense and labor we feel sure our readers will appreciate our efforts to do the proper thing on this auspicious occasion Rain rain rain In torrents at times in sheets and in buckets the rain fell yesterday with but short In termissions from nine a m and at in tervals during the speaking it pattered upon the devoted heads of tho multi tilde Republicans were secretly jubi lant and Democrats were cast down by the wretched weather As late as two oclock there were not 500 people in sight But when Burrell Million threw his Idinch voice from tho stand in front of the Court House announcing that the Bryan train was speeding On To Richmond thepeople began to swarm out of the stores and thousands soon stood where only hundreds were in waiting a half hour before Every window and door on Main from First to Second every store door and office entrance every inch of stBudinc room GOV McCHEARYS IN This is a conspicuous splendid and e with us the gallant and gifted the tri should be and who I believe will be t Accompanying him are two Democrat Governor of Kentucky applause and tl tucky The hearts of pride and pleasure and this vast assent peopleIn every our republic this is especially true When Freedom and Independence n George Washington was ready to comir When national liberty govern and defender Thomas Jefferson cam mauds When honest economical gov of the people required man of inflexib right principles Andrew Jackson was t demanded a great champion when hi n Monopolies Trusts Militarism and Con destructive influences throughout our c ic party rqual to the crisis and fully volved upon him stepped to the front orator and fearless Democrat whom Jennings Bryan Long applause MR BRYA1 x- LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ly for about three months and condition as it has been and y by being quiet Iam grate kind words I used to know gress I am glad to visit his Gov McCrearys home city a city where lived the only elect Hon W B Smith who regu election in 1896 Applause ly every electoral ticket in e Smith led the ticket in this St Smith led it in Texas also I need to be instructed in De you presence and by your en ready and you have shown b this is a great place for SOUl plywant to tell you that the have this fall is one of import party throughout the conntry termine who is to be the Gove VoieeGocbel Goebeland that you have already picket vote this fall will also determi tpr from the State Voice now it looks as if you had sele Applause Now I would HI why every Republican should this fall Applause I beli Applause I believe that time pie the producers of wealth Republican party Applause so changed in the last quartei stead of standing for home i law it not stands for the righ use the system of government- A party is only an instruc for protecting their own right fare and when a party cease pose it ceases to be entiLled to I believe the Repnblicar claim upon the struggling ma black I believe that the Rep right to represent the Americ plause But I find that in that the Republicans will too danger is that the Democrats enoughThatto win even though in a minoi I am today not to ta to vote for Goebel I am here not intended to vote for Go authority to instruct I have vote the ticket merely becausi citizen I have a right to tell yi crat should vote for Goebel an Now if you want to know my ment and I will give them to 3 I have not come to Kentp preference I do not expres express any preference befoi man is a very little thing com plause To me a man is a ve except as he may advance thai to find in this State people c trying to degrade the great qi alities I want you to understand Louisville now stands for the villeplatform ApplauseJ am cratic principles Applause pie who really want to defeat vote for Mr Brownthey are Derisive Cries I had son ticket in 1896 There were s Democratic party and the i sptecheshadtnaked them to vote for the Pa yet you found when election d AppPalmerwho United States J hey ai ceiitV of the voW Iutbi i f r J iii under shelter was occupied by lattice In the street In a twoinchacro of soupy mud 4000 menrih solid masswore packed The crowd wal patient and i0odhumoreddamp but Democratic And Mr Million kept them posted of the procress of tho oncoming train receiving cheers at every announcement IN TilE PAUAIIE The escort was a pretty spectacle On ten gray horses were ten marshalls riding in twos W 8 Hume Will Ar buckle William Bates Dr Moss Gib soil Bud Dunn Ben Bogss John Wagers P B Broaddus Joe Mitchell Then followed the Richmond Band three closed carriages and an omni bus The carriage occupied by Bryan Blackburn Goebel and McCreary was drawn by Devoros four beautiful whlto horses with plumes in their bridles The band was in Moberleys furniture car but the music was com pletely drowned by the roar of voices as Bryans carriage hove In sight Never since Adam was nil infant did cheering sound so teriflc in this city Time tympanum of the ear was pained by the reverberations of countless voices elevated to the liighetpitcl Out stepped Bryan and his companions ac companied by Mrs Bryan and when they appeared where all could see them the air was tremulous with the mighty cheers that rent itagain and again The platform was draped in the national colors lighted by scores of electric jets in red white and blue and looking down from above Mr Bryan was an oil portrait of that great American executed by Mrs C Widnoy Cobb of this city On the stand were Mr and Mrs Dryan J C S Blackburn Governor Goebel Goy McCreary and wifo Hon and Mrs W Smith Miss Margaret W Chenault Mrs CW Coob lions J Tevw Cobb R Harris Crooke Messrs Wm Harber of Red House who shook Bryan until the latters teeth chattered Thomas Ellis Henry B Dillingham E II Ballard of PllintI Iick and a dozen other local iu addition were Hon Urey Wbodson National Committeeman Editor Sew correspondIellls in Kentucky that has attempted to print Mr Bryans speech on this tour mind it reports every word he says RODUCTORY SPEECH- vertobereniembered occasion We have ed and true statesman and patriot who lie next President oi the United States whom we delight to honorthe next lie next United States Senator from Ken vho are present today must throb with blage proves lie enthusiasm earnestness reat crisis has had its great leaderand in eded a champion commander and hero once his splendid and successful career ent and equal rights demanded a leader to the front and was equal to their de rrnment true patriotism and the rights le purpose indomitable courage and up here to do his duty When Democracy i eta ism needled a great advocate when uptiou were exerting their baneful and jiiutry a leader worthy of the Democrat equipped for the great duties that de- the distinguished scholar matchless I now introduce to you Hon William 4S SPEECH I have been talking constant my voice is not inas good au will have to help me a little ful to Gov McCreary for his him when he served in Con home I say I am glad to visit nd I am also glad to visit the Kentuckytered I think I had a Smith on near very State and it seems that ate and a man by the name of dont come here because you mocracj you have shown bv thusiasm that you are right air the noise that you make that d lungs Laughter I sim election that you are going to nice not only to you but to the Your vote this fall will de rnor for the next four years rounds of applause I think I him out Applause Your ne who is going to be the Sena Blackburn Blackburn Well cted the same men that I had ic if I had time to show you vote for the Democratic ticket eve that the time has come has come when the plain peo cannot afford to support the I believe that that party has of a century that todav in ights and equality before the Lt of the aggregated wealth to- for private gain Applause lent in the hands of the people- S and guarding their own wel s to be useful for such a pur existence Applause party has ceased to have a sses whether they are white or ublican party has forfeited its Apthisut number the Democratsthe dividing into two bodies will men to defeat the Republicans id will enable the Republicans ity Ik to those men who intended to talk to those men who have ebel Applause I have no no desire that any 916 should j I think he ought to but as a ju why I believe every Demo ld the entire ticket Applause reasons be silent for a mo OU cky to express any personals any preference I did notre the Convention To me a pared with a principle Ap countrytailing each other names and iestion to the level of person that the ticket nominated at principle adopted in the Louis l those principles are Demo peoMrgoing to vote for Mr Taylor ie experience with a bolting ome who organized the Gold partytheydid theylmernnaivy came they nearly all voted lause Those who voted the were but a handfull in the jKHinted to le8stUone per Sta tlerre but a few o dtlg f them The men who wanted to defeat e whiletalki for P lmer ana Buckner voted tHe Republicanficke And stf we ultimately find that the men re ear1stj in a desire to beat Mr Goebel will blossom out just before th election as advocat s pf Mr Taylor and they vill tell you that while they would be glad to vote for Mr Brown they can not afford to throw their votes away Now I am going to tell you what would be the result A vote cast for Mr Taylor will go out before the countryv as a Republican vote and then the Republicans throughout e nation will takecourhgeand saythat Kentucky will be Re publican in 1900 Applause That is the construction that willTjeplaced upon the vote outside of this State but if TOU will elect Mr Goebel then it will beknownthat this State is going to be Democratic in 1900 and you will get hope and in spiration from this to fight the battle of the people Ap plause The fight in this State is b tweeU Goebel and Tay lor Hurrah for Goebel Goebel time The man who votes for Mr Taylor votes to place Republican in the chair fqr four years votes to place in the hands of Republi cans the machinery of your State votes to place in the h onds of a Republican Governor the authority to sign the certifi cates or credentials of the electors j votes to place in the Governors chair a Republicanwho for lour years wilL be there ready to give credentials to a Republican Senator ifa vacancy occurs in the Senate That is what you are re srarded as doing if you elect a Republican Governor A Democrat who votes for Mr Brown simply aids in the election of that Republican Governor even though i he does not vote for him directly Applause You tell me that you ar interested in Democratic prin ciples Why the Convention that nominated Mr Brown re affirmed the Chicago platformand was kind enough toex press confidencein me but my friends that is not the way to express your opinion of Democratic principles It is not in platforms and tickets that you express your confidence but in principle If there is a man here who believes that he can help Democratic principles by voting either for Mr Brown or Mr Taylor I want to express it as my solemn judgment that the man who does it will injure Democratic principles and the chance for its success Applause And when I express this opinion I am not expressing my own honest opinion I am expressing the opinion of Sena tor Jones the Chairman of the Nationial Committee and Governor Stone of Missouri who stands next to Jones on the National Committee I express to you the opinion of the National committee that a victory for Goebel will help Dem ocratic principles But my friends I need not dwell on this subject you are so unanimous now that there is no need of my talking further about it Applause I am going to add just one more word I want to say to u that in your enthusiasm dont forget that you have two tickets to elect your State ticket and your Legislative ticket Your Legis lative ticket is important also because your Legislature will selecta Senator and that Senator will vote for six years to come That Senator will serve through the entire adminis tration that will be elected in 1900 and I want you to be sure to see to it that Joseph Blackburn is elected Senator from this State If you will roll up a large majority for the Goebel ticket and then send Blackburn to the Senate I will forgive you for every bad thing you may do from this time hence Pro longed applause Following Mr Bryan calls for Goebel brought the next Governor to the front of the stand He spoke very briefly but with characteristic vigor He especially urged the Democrats to elect a Legislative ticket that would reelect JQ 1backburn to time Senate lIe urged the reelection of Mr Combs to the loyer house having eervedwell in the last Legislature and whom he personal Iy knew and esteemed Hon II Harris Crookes introduction was well re celvedln that it was as pretty aa it was brief presenting the next Governor of Kentucky Mr Blackburns address has never been surpassed here It was a superb finish to a glorious occasion too long and too important to attempt to add it to our already crowded report Those who heard it will long remember it Those who failed missed one of the grandest treats of their lives Mr CobbS intro duction was in all respects worthy of the day and of the great orator whom he presented INTRODUCTION OF MR BLACKBURN BY J TEVIS COBB FELLOW CITIZENSI desire to present to you a man too well known in this Nation and State to need an introdnction to any audience a man who has always been a friend of the plain com won people true to their interest and ever loyal to his political party whonr the Grover Cleveland administration under took to crush and destroy and who went through the administration anti canm out of that contest true to his convictions faithful to his people anil loyal to his DemocracyIyou INTRODUCES MRS BRYAN The audience was given a snrprisent the close when Hon AV B Smith led Mrs Bryan forward and said Vo have enjoyed the delightful bacon and greens now I bring on tile ice crCm and cake Mrs Bryan bowed and the vast crowd cheered to the echo CE W PERSONAL Mr Matt Cohen was in Chicago last week Miss Sudle Russell is at home from Lexington Mrs J W Zariug is at home from Lexington Miss Ratio Smith was In Lexington on Thursday Mrs Neale Bennett aniNon are visiting at Mi Sterling Mr Sidney Rowland of Danvillewas here on SaturdayV Miss Anno Freeman is visiting friends at Danville Miss Josephine Schmidt is visiting her sister in Louisville Misses Lizzie and Bomb Turley are visiting friends in Garrard MrsB L Middleton is in Shelby ville the of her n rrjRevwas lucre on business Saturday v Miss Joiinie Lackey has returned to Lancaster after visiting friends in tliil city r iV Mrs JameftS Winii of AVinchester was the guest of Mrs Lizzie Miller last week Mr Richard Cruise of Arming Ill Is visiting friends and relatives fat Panola Rev W L Shelby of Irvine was the guest of RevJI L Turner on Sat turday rs B 0 MuLti of 1loraUlisyisi- ting her parents Mr and Mrs JJ F Tevis at Kirksville i Mrs Roy C White is visiting In Cincinnatiand is in attendance oil the Christian ConventionV Mrs Vernon Beggs nee Territlof St Louis js expected soon to visit her annt MrSVLizzie Miller Mrs J Chiller and Mrs J Lewis Booker and children were In Lexiugtpn on Thursday Mr Robert S Taylor has returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Robert C Cunningham in FayetteV Dr T P and Joe S Gardner of Ir vine en roqte to Louisville stopped over herta few hours Monday Mrs T Dr Chenault and Mrs A C SIcCown spent Thursday in Lexington guests of Mr and Mrs Preston Eastin One of the swellest social affairs of time season was the reception of Mrs R R Bnrnaoa ras Wjednesday afternoon The Stanford Journal says Toni Fee neyoT this city is there assisting lila uncle MrJS Rice in tbe railroad of fleeVMrs John A Johnson of Logana audMrs GeoreEerroIl of Jiist Hick man are visiungprfre W S Jones on iiain street Rev S A Owens ot this city and Mist Kathryn McAfee lately of Irvino will be married tomorrow at Winchester at 5 prnThey will reside In Richmond Miss Katie Vauglit daughter plEXeVi J 0 A Vaujjht of Maysyille was mxr riot on Wednesday to Mr 0 Dofsof Ray of Parb Mr Will ALitigfqitlfof this city attended the ceremony Ma Anno Crutcher alertaiaed ty 1J11Mt W dnty at fluiLti- tlin arPNUf tMntrr bmini w ct a 2 rU Strike For Your Altars and Your Fires Patriotism Is always commendable but In every breast there should be not only tile desire to be a goodcitizen but to be strong able bodied and well fitted for tile battle purebloodsary and Hoods Sarsapa rilla is tile one specific which thoroughly both sexes and all ages Humor When 1 need a Mood pttri fierl take Hoods SArszpria It cured my humor and is excellent us a nerve tonic Josie Eaton StaffordSprings Ct JfccsJ1 Sal4Ja Iloodl Kll cure liter mi the nonJrrlatlog sad only cathartic to take wltj hlooda IlarlarartUa this citroA coon hunt by the light of the moon was the feature of the occa sion While in Louisville call on Sir Henry J Strong at tho IJigStoreV for merly tho Maminoth Clothing H6uso Market street between 4th and 5th Mr Tom Moberley is one ot the 124 clerks Miss Steenbcrgen of West Virginia who is to be maidofhonor today at the wedding of her brother Mr PI Steen borgen ant Willie Mae Donny arrived on Saturday evening The groom ar rived on Monday Mrs Evan S McCord and two child ren of Fairhaven Washington ac companied by Miss Mary W Bennett arrived on Thursday and are the guests of relatives Miss Bennett has been from home nearly two years Re vMr Carpenter of Christ church this diy leavgs today for Columbus nliOnOfhl1cbutch will stop at New American Hotel Mrs David Martin rice Jfies Temple Oldham of CQrbin is vjslting Mrs J C Chennult Persons indebted to Mrs Martin for millinery purchased here are urged to call at the CUMAX pffiie and settle Jf this Is done a reduction of twenty five per cent from all ac counts will bo allowed Miss Willie Mal Denny daughter of Mr and Mrs AV K Dennyand Mr Peter Isaac Stcenbergen of West Virginia era to be worried today at 1 oclock at the First llresbyteriau clhircli the pastor Ilev Jasper K Sinlfli of heisting Three hundred engrayed Sr vitatioim were issued and it is probable the church will be crowded VV Dra E Smoot and bride arrived last Thursday night from Louisville r1JOfureoflhe groom boarded the train at J5x ington and for the first time nicMhtj bride who SRt once inettj Bocjabfe and MtractiretO all They area lumie to their friends at tho lintel Olyiiilon- illwj CirHbain an exceedingly ftttrac tiVa yqaug Wy oi Vinjliil hrrlflltbff c J Miss jargarWennulL3Iram- e3iS Cruther gave aiswi ptidf nughtsur course supper in Miss Graham on Friday night during the intermission otthe Leap Year Ball Covers were laid for flvecdnples and a most delightful hour was passed Those present were Miss Graham Mr J 8 Crutcher Miss Chenault Mr C Tribble Miss Hood Mr Thompson MisrMary V Bennett Mrimd Mrs G W Evans Jr MrSI V Logan Jr The dance of the whole year proba bly was the Leap Year Ball given by tbe young ladies on Thursday night last at Masonic Temple The music was such as only Saxton can provide when alibis yery best The lyonnp gentlef1enfriends from beginning toend was one studied effort to please i everyone and surpass all previous efforts Everything bore the stamp of cultured feminine taste down to tlio dainty ball programme which wCJO specially tingritvedor the occasion The cover was bottle green with leap Year design anti letters In wliite and goMthe prettiest used so far RELIGIOUS Rev JN Crutcher of Paris Texas will preach atlondOhurch Unlm Sunday next He is a son of Itev S W Crutcher Rev Mr Cree of the Baptist Theo logical Seminary preached at the Hap tlst church on Sunday He made a very favorable impression The Rev N Bryce of Shelby ville will assist Rev II N Faulconor at the communion services in tho Second Presbyterian church next Sunday Oct 22 All are most cordially invited to be present Rev W H Ryals of Trenton Ten nessee will preach at the Baptist church here on Sunday morning and evening October 29 He has been fif teen years serving tho church at Tren ton Iaan eloquent earnest and popular pnacher LOCAL Brouston Saturday NlQht Ifon C J BroiiHton will speak at the Court Jloute on Saturday night at 8 oclock on tho issues of the present campaign and in opposition to Goebol ism Strayed From thin premises of 11 C II Cov ington in Richmond Saturday last a black mare 3yearold with small star in forehead Will be thankful for any information given R C II Contagion this cify or to J M ScRIVENERWaco Hon J Black Slabbed lion James D Black the foremost Democrat of the mountains widely known and beloved for alt manly qual ities was stabbed at Barbourville yes terday and it is feared badly wounded as tho knife penetrated the cavity so said a telegram to Mr S It B Black this place late yesterdav Noparticn larsI LATER It id reported that tile man wounded is a brother of S R B Black Mrs Cebbs Portrait of Bryan While the people down town were awaiting liearrival of Mr Bryan yesterday they were permitted to view a lifelike portrait of the great leader that bad been executed in oil for the occas slora by a local artist Mrs C Widney Cobb The happy idea struck time committee to have a portrait of Mr Bryan adorn the speakers stand and Mrs Cobb who is a great admirer of the Nebraskan volunteered her services She spent only a day but a half upon the canvass and when completed the re suit was pronounced a speaking like ness of the most prominent personage in America Dewey second McKinley also ran tI Admiral Dewey s Views AdmIral Dowey say he has no ambi tion to enter politics Ho says ho Is a sailor not a politician and is willing to live and die in his present position In regard to tim statement of his son that he was a dyedinthewool Repub lican he said that the young Ulan did not know anything about his lathers politIes As to Aguinaldo the Admiral says he is a pretty smart fellow lint has not tho brains and Is merely the tool of others The war he says should have been ended long ago Uen Otis has tried to dp too much wanting to do everything himself with the conse quell co that very little has been ac complished Primary Election Results The Democratic primary to select candi dates for chief of police magistrate and coon climnen held in Richmond Thursday Oct 12I resulted as follo1IChiRp OF POL1C- Kan CyIT Unlr JA AlImaDIOS 85 gr JD FeeneyU 23 4- 3EnrettDerrr21 9 22 Allmans p3utt1Iyr 175 ZAOmITflLTz DVp Anner 1529DP Golden 70 52 Armers Plurality Xrt Court RouseVIijrman Parnisblil r60 Jack FreemasrVS3 64 75 V 2S M Edwin Brown 13 t 10 V B Hobson VIS 4 57 C O Taylor HK 57 48 Parrlahs Plurality 6FreemansPloralltT 2 City Hall Cat MauplnV133 90V 136 B K Duncan 138 73 lea a1 Wells 113308oIaoploa Pll1r1lty3SDuncans PluralltT in University 3 B Btontfer 115 71 117 W L ArnoJdl07 43109O LPJgga 75 Plorallty47Arnolds Captain Fecnys Defeat In time defeztof Jno for Uie PernocrnhicxttiiflnatIouftr Chief of Police tho city will lose the services of n true and tried officer one who pos scares all the qualifications that go to make tip an Ideal koeperof the peace He is sober honet vigilant coura adIcstbut who will say Jno Eceny does not possess jhem Uruehe does nqt pos seas a monopoly of manly virtues nod we he sincerely hope for the benefit of aslftas Capt Feenoy and if he shall bi that man will receive our heartiest con mendation our heartfelt gratitude it is no private end we would gain no vanjty to which we nov appeal The public weal lain the hands of the Chief of Police Moy that chile besucha one as sbjtlj make our city conspicuous for iu maintenance of law and opJw in jtlio future as in the past In title wish where jstho citizens who does not join PS with all lila Jicart Therotore to Cept Feenye successor we bid Qed pecd Ihtclaa 4i k Firms Scenes by Judge Gregory of touis WSleyIThe Richmond Democratic Club scored a grand success when it secured GregoryCOuntyJudge Letcher Owsley of Lancaster to ad dress them last Thursday night Mr Owsleya reputation as an orator preceded himand be added to it the dash and courage of an old campaigner His- peochwrisI replete with fine points full of humor nUll was frequently punctuated by applause His tribute to Gov McCreary and his peroration a boquet to the ladies were especially good Of Judge Gregory little was known here save that he was the Democratic County Jndge of the great county of Jefferson True be was recommended by our friend Allen E Smith Secretary of the Jefferson county campaign committee as one of tho best speakers in Louisville But his official station bespoke qualities of mind and heart that rendered him a drawing card for the occasion Briefly described Judge Gregorys speech while different in style and devoid of the plattitudes of the ordinary stump speaker was equal id effectiveness to any heard here in years As a speaker he Is at once fair frank forceful earnest honest and convincing Ho concedes the right of minds to differ and yet both ho seek ing to know and to do the right This idea pervaded his entire cpecch and JUDGE J P GREGoRY rendered effective all ho said lie was applauded but the attention he received was remarkable and although the speeking began at 745 he held the audience until ten oclock Judge Gregory not only aided the Democratic cause but elevated himself and set a high srandard for speakers by his thoughtful argumentative style with out appealing to prejudice or passion We expect to hear no better speech during the campaign Mr Owsley and Judge Gregory were the recipients of many words of praise and were com pelled to shako hands with many who remained after the speaking MANCHESTER Clay county has new paper the Sentinel May it live uponthequiotCharliequiet himself until he becomes the most brilliant specimen of erratic ruination in Kentucky 9100 Idward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleaded to learn that there at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in nib its stages and that is Catnrrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken iuterimiivnctingdlrectly- upon tho and mucous surfaces of the system therybv destroying the Inundation of the and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have powersthatward for any caso that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address R J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75 cents Halls Ftimily Pills are time best 1m PubJicSale Asndminislrtor of Terry G Perkins deed and agent for his heirs at law I will o- nQolTUB n y 31 189 highestbidrierlate lot A tract of land rontning 59 57 100 acres part of said IVrkins farm near Valley View located on the west side of the UN I B railroad This b good productive laud In tho north east corner of this tract are 8 town lots containing 1 25100 acres nUll also an alley containing Jofanacfo which said lots will be sold teparately An alley running from the Tales Creek pike alon the still house lot to the tract adjoining to be Used as an outlet for and by purchasers of said lots 2nd A tract of land containing all 80 t3O acresnear Valley View fit tnctIsroad now litigated in the Madison Circuit Court and by this road 52 34100 acres are In one piece and 28 30100 acres in another These pieces will bo sold so as to run with the center of said proposed county road if bought separ land will boo ered for sale as n whole and in separate lots Thoso lands are fertile well wateicd and near a growing town 3rd A tract of 18 80100 acres located between tho Tates Greek mid Rich mond and NicholasvIIle pike near an old still liollsc This Is n very richpro yallryViewthe pike are 11 iota Which will also be sold 4th A small tract of bottom land of 2 33100 acres adjoining the 17 89100 acre tract also lying between Tales Creek and the pike 5th A tract of6 04100 acres also located near Valley View between beginninginnear tbe old still house On the west side of this tract are 9 lots to be soldall fronting on thaipike and like all the other lots easy of access and adapted for homes nntt building purpose VaIeViowLOnling house Those lots are indifferent blocks fn the town which will be ex plained at thesale 7th Three acrfis more or less on Millers Branch Tates Creek and one lot in tho vlli ofString Town All tile varioa properties to be sold have been accurately suryoyed Jas T Bergs and which will be fully shown and explained by time plats and surveys made by him The titles to tlie properties are indis piit4ible TliO he sold on credits till 1st of January 1000 for one third of the pnrchasejnoney and the bAJa coin two pavmeBt of six and twelve months from thrtt date with 6 per cent interest and lien retained opportunityJoigrowing toyn a great business as a lr pOint and xpod hOIlleiartly at 10 oclock ji m q L cUTcBU MsB- 1itMiYOJIt A tHw Pa- ivm1iji t c eeGSeGGs0555555s5555555555555550 Ziiiiuiii FALLS 9 VSISI BiggestSI e e andSISI f SIBest Dispiaylf seewhatwehaveSSI 1 a rlCS utmg nnncI s SI light and dark ground solid colors stripes and checks extra heavy fine- S I I s quality at IQc per yd Good values SlcSSI 0 S Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels good qual atIS UnderskirtsSISI 0 39 me les long 8 jds wide 25c sameSISI ll1CeSI IS UNDERWEARSS andSODeSS SI I BLANKETS AND COMFORTS theSS coverii1jsIDI 11CeS y mo era 1 nice p UIIS PATTERNSSSI andSISIS SI verybestSI SeVS RIBBONSSISI SI SI Fine all silk ribbons in the new color perydSSI S SI JelIt15cSSI t1ifieieiitSIS SIwidthsSo and patterns IbrSS SI lOotsS S SoV callSIRespectfullySI MKEES tiOOflE AIRTIGHT HEATER h gives carried never burns is bright all round sale CMPATJI j Fauc an1cd I will pay highest mar ket pcice produce of every descriptipn Call at L Ti Wilsons store riear L V RTR7and prices beforegoing elsewhereV OQTTcel- lSSw Creditors Notice All creditors of and claimants agaInst the herebynotlSedcndenlRBCd on or before January 1900 or same will be barred notice is to all priactpaloctll lw Administrator oUc to f s rk te No I want your taxes at Once and warn you to look for the penalty Your taxes have been due and collectible since last May Call and settle afc puce Respi IL 11 COLYBB Qc4i14w IriLI- VjV Is what you want in preference to all others Reasons why you should get it and no other It more heat and less fuel It is more substantially built and like a hot air furnace It a large radiating sur face which circu kites the air rapidly and heats rooms evenly Itisadouble heater No dirt from ashes as it is away by patent ash flue It has perfect regula tion and easy to op crate The design perfectrof the outside facing off and 71jS the year JFor by the for get iny I4 out uses has the the A DSbM TOPRONt has more effect somet than a displayof brain- sShiitFronts YELAUN j if7- aiwaysgivjesatisfaction I have a pure white lossy shailongjiJIr1 LADIES LAUNDRY WOR has acquired an enviable utation among the fair both for its quality and pi- c1N1sIgAMLAU Estray Hors bindsmadaysUwflticmut YALuoAiL9w a ii 11iL I r 1 A I i IF YOU WANT Boots and Shoes 3xIt iM l I 4 + Sim I in His RI i t 1yI i TTTTTT SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICEI Io r V FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON IN it rENs AND BOYS I v QI iEare to clothe you with the LowestPriced rl htlr7J Ynlluloabsolutqlyallwool Clothing in America luirti wiirKnmiii luiieui lining uiu weniieaitiuiK ueizuunu tuu- insidftLh the Vitals the very life of the garment is carefulness In b iiiakiii represents the expenditure of time and thought mind is a GIt seen season us face of the above tJ factsrmost extraordinary feature combining 1The great offerings is that we can and do f4- JJ our Clothing at less money ELSWJRE rI How can wo afford to sell such highgrade Clothing for less money than elsewhere Our answer Is pure and simple Ours is a ClothingIis on margin profit on a large volume I- fb IJUIhcFs The more Clothing we sell the greater our purchasing power the lower our prices thats the story in a nutshell fl- C Covimrton Mitchell 0 rr von Everything1irct Hoods SarslIparilla you get the lift money ian buy In Fleming John Moody severely cut 1tsIis tennant Ed Daily half of his aM bare I 1Hlchllir III OPECONOMV Digcstos cure all of It is not you but you digest that gives ou health and at all druggists Some people run easily as in red iiiTUr t UK COMING 4 far Of iheNew IIOurn Bigger and better than ever before AH our famous 11tcialties besides of 1f TeA Merchandise 1j v Black Ooods s tJY Iii this department is to be found the largest t handsomest and most varied assortment of v Goods hrought to this market J4Shave jut opened another line of Blistered Ore t pons beautiful designs in both Silk and Mohair A full line of Lupins Cheviots best Chev f- tfr iots made Broadcloths Venetian Prunella Cloths Wool Poplins and Serges We take pleasure in showing these goods whether you 1wish to purchase or We juote a few price wool ilenriettaworthF t Allwool ilenriettaworth 75c 7oc Allwool Sponged Cheviot85c quality 0llThpBPB1 jMI ID1jjmBIVID 1 StitchedJsomely trimmed These are very newest things f traveling and early fall wear 125 A new line of stylish Felt Walking Hats and Rough Rliler effects in pearl gray with white and c quill worth 225 450 and 5 An Btvlish Cloth RiJer reffect and walking hat Be sure 5Udinspect arevery exclusive tSEE OUR 5o COTTON TOWELS BSS4ws OUT TOWN ORDERS If yon are In of Millinery or anything in DrrOoOOs1i eV Carpets Shoes or notions to us for samples or Informa 3tiori whirh will be cheerfully given as we have correspond f4 ents to letters c CLOTHING We received our complete stock of Mens and Chil stqdrens andOvorcoats which we will ho pleased to show itoys School Suits ted with speclaT ron Bideration for strength and durability Thousands comlnjtn 6ranges of quality suitable for nil classes fetvlo and neatness taa are a of every one of kC 1bIlOESOnrstrnk4lf Shoos is larger than over Wo in 4Lttau inspection lfYf fWpectfiitly Sublnitted to Cash Trade E V ELDER iAGENT FORMcCALL PATTERNS To see the most stylish line of Ladies and Mens Shoes for Fall and Winter you are looking for our store Our Fall Stock was never more complete We arc prepared to fill your wants Our styles and prices are sure to please yoneinvite you to calland see the new styles and get prices NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS take it as a favor for you to call and look at our goods We guarantee to save you money on every purchase carry a full LatestThingst- RICE ARNOLD POCLAMATION CLOTHING RelldtoVearI forms Dyspepsia what eat what strength 25c as the color bunting Black ever We the not 40c All 50c GOo k the for scarf ultra these OF need write answer such have Suits scle part them We We The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OUT 13 1893 Dr Hobson Dentist lion W B Smith spoke at Irvino on Monday R P Fox sold two of Dr Hookers colts for 1100 Others were sold at good prices Alvin listen and family of FJat woods Garrard county has moved to Richmond says the Lancaster Record A free lecture to ladies only will be given In the Second Presbyterian church ndxt week Date named later Subject How to Secure Health We have some special prices on vehicles for the next 80 days Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain hIGGINS LUXON Four hundred choice pure bred Plymouth ROCk cockerels and pullets for salt at 50 cents each or5 per dozen They will cost yon SI each after Dec 1 Eggs 15 for 60 cents MBS II H COLYEB scpt20tf Richmond Ky Fourteen students from Kentucky University have been moved to the Good Samaritan hospital All are seriously ill with typhoid fever Two of them are from Australia the others from different States It is pathetic for these young men to be ill with this dreaded disease far from home Lexington Gazette For Sale A blacksmith stand and house and lot near Kingston For further particulars call oil or address D D PKXNIXGTON sept27 1m Kingston Ky Lost A handsome double case stemwind ing gold watch with the letters SW W B engraved on case A liberal reward will be paid for return ofsame to this office or spt20tf A T CJIENAUIT Large Farm Sold Messrs Luther linden James and Lewis Neale have bought of Mr J J Embry his 400acre farm on the Jacks Creek pike The 200acres on the wcst side of of the farm belongs to Mr Ha den Paint Licks Paper Paint Lick had to have a paper since the correspondent of the CLIMAX Dr Carl Fish left for Chicago The En terprise is edited by Dr C Ed Poyntz It is a very creditable sheet 50 cents per year New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr W L Leeds a skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms to suit all tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aug23tf For Sale Extra fine balled timothy tiny and a lot of extra nice clover and timothy mixed llave also for sale two or three fine milch cows and five weanling calves All good stock Call on or address G J WHITE Sov- Richmond Ky Attention Democrats I lion Napoleon B Hay of Pinevilie will address the Richmond Democratic Club tomorrow Thursday at 730 Mr Hays is one of the lending Demo crats of the Bloody Eleventh and knows some things that antiGoebel ites ought to hear- Compliment to a Young Man Mr Leslie P Evans of this city tins accepted a flattering offer to come to rvJne and supervise the opening of the books of the new bank just started in that place Mr Evans who is a son of Dr Geo WEvansIs employed with the State Bank Treat Company of this city and his selection for the important work assigned him is compliment to his integrity and ability Another Chance to Register City voters who were sick absent or prevented by other justifiable reasons from registering two weeks ago will have another opportunity as by law the county clerk has assigned Novem ber 1 2 and 3 for that purpose Such voters should appear at the clerks office on any of the above days and regis ter or they cannot vote during the next twelve months nines New Peslmuter one ol Fourteen Brothers Thomas Wallace brotherof Postmas ter Wallace of this city was appointed on Thursday postmaster at Irvine to succeed Bert Powell Thus two brothers hold similar positions under Uncle Sam As there were fourteen brothers in all end all are Republicans their re ward is no Creator than their deserts The two sisters cannot yet vote Best Ever Here The largest and best circus ever in Richmond lorepaugh Bells Bros exhibited here Monday There were 500 horses 050 people 50 wagons in the parade besides the entire menagerie Everybody was there except Billy Pat terson who was struck by an idea that he would act peculiar and remain away Mr Frank 0 Miller the presi representative Js worth his weight Hi gold and the Company should Be prou of liita He call got our services M auf to1e Titer wSre rdbbly1- 00o0p1fInto1cI 1 41 Wb have some special prices on vehicles for the next 80 days Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain HIGGINS tc Luxox All Will Remain The entire force on the R N I B R R from General Passenger Agent Browning down will be retained n1Ntent and popular and well acquainted with the roads patrons and have worked faithfully fOr its interests They Named a Winner The Democrats of Powell and Estill counties have nominated Charlie W Miller of Irvine to beat Will Lillythe Republican candidate for the Legisla ture Mr Miller is a graduate of Ken tucky Wcsleyan and is a very brilliant young man There Is no one more popular and although there is a majority against him his friends predict he will win Winchester Democrat An old Mans Fatal Injury After going to press last Tuesday afternoon we heard of the fatal injury that had just befallen Andrew Wallace Jarman an aged citizen near Berea He was engaged in constructing a bridge when the end of a huge lever was suddenly released striking him in the abdomen Death ensued within twentyfour hours Deceased was 70 years of ago related to Capt P P Ballard this city and was a highly es teemed citizen Democratic Speaking Appointments W R Letcher A C Wells and Sam Tudor at Race Track Thursday night October 19 at 730 p m Jesse Cobb and Sam Tudor at Boggs School House Saturday night October 21 J C Chenault Jesse Cobb and W R Letcher at 3 p m Wednesday October 18 to the John Warren Democratic club J Tevis Cobb J C Chenault W R Letcher Newby Ky 730 p m Wednesday night October 25 Rousing Speeches last Week One hundred and thirtyfive farmers heard tho speeches of Hons W H Smith R H Crooke and J Tevis Cobb at Red House on Saturday afternoon A fine audience listened to Mr Smith and J Talbbtt Jackson in the evening at Kingston Mr Smiths speechwas one of his best Jesse Cobb spoke at Dearwallow Saturday afternoon and that night at Waco he and Messrs J W Wagers J Tevis Cobb B H Crooke and Dr Hobson made rousing speeches to the DemocracyThe Christian Jubilee Among those from this place who at tended the Christian Church Jubilee at Cincinnati were Mrs Ellen Gibson Miss Anne Dejarnette Mr N B Deatherage and wife Mr G W Pick els and wife Rev W R Lloyd and wife Mr P M Pope There were probably forty thousand delegates On Sunday all the pulpits of Covington Newport and Cincinnati werefllled by visiting ministers of the Christian church One hundred and ten deacons officiated among them being Mr P M rope of this city Lancaster People to Stop the Train The tour of Mi Bryan through the State was made Jwltli a distinct under standing that lie was to make only six speeches per day The good town of Lancaster was not Included in the list of stopping places yet they web e de termined to see the great leader that they have hit upon a scheme that will ensure his pause at that place The Record says If Mr Bryan doescome through Lancaster our people will stop Ills train here whether it wants to stop or not Whereby we infer they will assemble anti try to butt the engine til the track iu which patriotic under taking we hope they will be successful Why Bronston Bolted WhiteHall Ky Mr Chas J Bronston Lexington Ky Dear ChollyIf I believed there were just grounds for your latest flop I would bealarmed for Goebels success But I have decided that you have been to Europe and just want the world at largo to know it BO you take this method of notifying an anxious public where you have been and where you are now at If you will tell us where yon will beon November 7 it will relieve us from guessing Try and atick this time Your Eoxtown Friend JAS E EVANS P 8 Hurrah for Gnebel I Miss Bellle Williams Wfs Richmond friends hetrd with pleasure the news of the iruYringe of Miss Dollie Williams of 1 ington sndMr R E Burnett of Qton The groom received a 5000 Week as a wedding present The bride formerly taught music at Madison Institute The Lexington Gazette says of her While we rejoice at the good for tune we mourn her loss for no sweeter fairer bride has everHgono forth from our midst and loving friends wiU long hold her in kindly remembrance and wart earnest prayers for her happiness and welfare The weddlng presents were most beautiful the grooms to tliq bride being a sunburst of pearls and diamonds including a check fdr a very large amount whiclt was turned over to the bridebesides those froth frieuda lies tiie groom received hundreds of costly presents which bl necessity were left nlhiS honielu Boston where the1 happy couiUewill commence hodse keeping ImmHaleiy on tlwtfr rttttrd I fcMthU bridal II iCi c r A Cincinnati Sim has purchased tho old McBraver distillery at Mt Sterling the price paid being f07rXX Tonight Just before retiring It your liver Is sluggish out of tune and you feel dull bilious constipated take a dose ol Hoods PillsAnd yoall be all right In the morning Republicans of the Fiteenth Sena tonal district nominated Capt A offutt for State Senator The English Society for Prevention of Consumption presided over the Prince of Wales was recently addetsal bv Sir William Kroadbent who stated that it was definitely known that every case of consumption began with a germ case1Ihereconsumption There mav be local weak ness which tends to consumption but platitetliiican ensue This ought to comfort thousands of people who have weak cheats or weak lungs They are not foreordained victims of this dread disease All that is needed to hid abso lute defiance to this deadly scourge is to bo able to strengthen the weak lungs and build up n strong body The answer to this need is found in Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery Itso purifies the blood increases the supply that disease is thrown off and the weak organs are nourished into per everykindemaciated bleeding at the lungs with obstinate lingering coughs are being cured every day by the use of Golden Medical Discovery It in a strictly temperance medicine containing no alcohol whiskey or other intoxicant John Young aged 100 years months and 12 days died at Bowling Green During the winter of 1697 Mr James Reed one of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay Clay county W Va struck his leg against a cake of ice in severelyItpained him so badly that he could not walk without the lid of crutches He was treated by physicians also used several kinds of two and a half gallons of whisky in bathing it hut nothing gave any relief until he ix ean using Chamberlains Pain Balm This brought almost a complete cure in a weeks time and he believes that had to be be amputated Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains bruises and rheu matism For sale by Perry Thomas oct4lm Dont forget that an ounce of silence is better than a pound explanation Good News for Our Readers Who have scrofula taints in their blood and who taO not Scrofula in all its forms is cured by Hoods Saran parilla which thoroughly purifies the blood This disease which frequently appears in children is greatly to be dreaded It is most likely to affect the glands of the neck which become en larged eruptions appear on the head and 1IUe anti the cyes are frequently appearanceperhiapiiscrofula should be entirely eradicated rrom the system by n thorough course of Hoods Sarsaparilia to prevent all the painful and sickening consequences of running scrofular sores drain the system sap the strength and mike existence utterly wretched lui When you hate a man either fight him or say nothing Thousands of the mist stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by Tablers Buckeye Pile that went It never fails to cure Price OcIit bottles tubes 75 cents Perry Thomas octllmi Some people are mighty iudepend ent in their ways who have no reason to be Eal Blood Cure Free Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which Is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Blood and Skin Blemishes Snofula that resist other treatments are qnlckly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red orBrown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad bloodrand hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally system by B B B Botanic Blood Balin iu one to five months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bot bydrusrgistssamplebottlemail When you irrita describe symptoms and personal free medical advice will be given Address Blood Balm Co 438 Mitihell street Atlanta Ga july20lyr Uneasy lies the head that wears a bonnet in which a largesized political bee is continually buzzing For all fresh cuts or wound in either the human subject orin animals as a dressing Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for sores on work ing horses especially It slow to heal or suppurating its healing qualities are unequaled Prico 25 and SOc Perry Thomas oct4lm It you want to return Blackburn Jo the Senate vote the Democratic ticket Nature can only feed the flame of life wi h the food eaten which indigested H rblne will reinvigorate weak stomach and so Improve digestion as to insure the natural of health Price SOc Perry Thomas oct4lnx He after the fourteenth round How I love to dancel She Then I should think youd learn iftd5 are Frrtts Words are but loaves It Is not what wo but what HooiTff srsannrilla- iloes that tells the story The many wonderful cures effected by this ined cub are the fruits by frMclf Jt should tie lho iprovo bi the great unequalled remedy for uygpopsia rheumatism salt un ca birch and all other ailments eLe ito iw pure or Impoverished Wood ItoTc fm sri M4rr ifUofft mik- Iihstiye W 3i lia INDUCEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY AT THE Busy 0Bee Cash Store ey 1ikSko ct emo 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 EnglandGermany INever before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had suchan showingShelvesand groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them Not a single item in this great store in this enormous stock of goods nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a custo mers this fall that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN DRESS GOODS We are very fastidious about our Dress Materials they must be of the most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste We are offering a line ol beautiful all wool mixtures double width and pretty and stylish for lOc per yd worth 39 We are showing the handsomest line of Crepons in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd up the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at ydWo a complete line of Venetians Broadcloths stud all weaves adapted to tailormade suitings Our prices quoted on these tines will be much lower than you can expect them to be Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get the latest bargains out BOOTS AND SHOES The enormous stock ot Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges lisa forced us to use our knife in this department and we have cut to the heart in every ine We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes Ladies Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens and Boys Boots anti everything to be found lna firstclass shoe store and prices we are naming on them are moving them out inliags Carts and Wag ons Dont wait to get your shoes como now We are agents for the Regina Shoe it is made on all the new style lasts anti it is the best S3 00 shoe for ladies in the market Ask to see s pair of our Regina Shoes CLOAKS AND WRAPS We have one entire room in ourgreat store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap Department All the Eastern and all best both On 10th of December 1897 Rev- S A Donahoe pastor South Pleasant YoVa contract sl a severs cold which attended from violent lIe After to a number of specific usually kept in house to no purpose I pur haoed a bottle of tough Remedy acted like a harm I most to public sale Perry Thomas octilm If you want cost of vote ticket Dizziness loss of snil nausea all with dys or Herbine will give relief Price 50c Perry Thomas oct4lm onrlbuyerspartment of onr store the new Jackets Golf Capes Jackets c that are in favor this season we everybodyLined Jacket or Cape from us at the same price a cheap ono would cost you elsewhere Dont fail to visit our Cloak Department look through itsee many new thlngswhelher you want to buy or not Polite salesmen and will wait on you All Domestic Goods are being wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of You can save money on each and every item pur chased in this Department Good Cali coca that make nice comforts dresses only 34c All best brands Indigoes antI Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells themGood Canton Flannel 5c Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades Sc- An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home ydGood 5Cf better Percales 7 jc per Red Flannel heavy twilled iSo yd soiling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray red and blue at 8jc yd Good Jeans tOe yd Good ned Ticking 5c per yd Best Bed Ticking 10 and 12c yd ApronGingham BetIbeing wrapped at very low prices yourIlas again this season CLOTHINGI counI bargainYou pricosbeore competitionVhulo upLndies extend one invitation to Great Bargain the market affords at prices the Bring wagons as goods yoU the prices we naming buggy hold W BeOLDIIAM COMPANYoEm RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN the MEOhurch Pt was the beginning by nc resorting tue Chamherlands cheerfully recommend the For by the schoolbooks the Democratic appltitc flatulency are connected Indigestisn All Childrens salesladies and are per yd yd per We are per per up low to of Every Republican in the Legislature voted against the bill Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The Intense and smarting incident to these is instantly allayed applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is efficient for piles and a favorite for sore chapped hands chilblains frost bite and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Condition are just a horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood and vermifuge They are not food but and the best in use to pnt a horse In prime condition Price 25 ents per packagrt OUR Department is the talk of the entire county We are selling good suits for men at S2 48 Mens good heavy Cassi mere Pants 75c a pair Our line of Childrens Knee Pant Suits is very complete We are showing all the new things in favor this seasm Our Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats are piled high on our ing line that we dont handle front the We are showing an Elegant Line of Carpets Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs ike in our Carpet Department These goods are new fall importations no old carried over goods Our prices in this to see our Oilshades and Lace Cur tins we have a choice for this fall season We have the best line of Ladies Childrens and Mens Under wear that will be shown you this sea son Our Ladies Union Suits at 2T c each are worth SOc Childrens Vests Mens Extra Heavy Ribbed and Punts 25c each We are agents for rho American Lady Corset The beat fouling and most stylish corset used Every Cor set warranted Get our prices on Trunks Valises Hats and Caps Umbrellas Ladies Underskirts Ladies Dress Skirts c we will save you money and show you the best line city We and a cordial visit this Mart The east and west to be had here reach everyone your you will buy so many when leave low are that your wont them UI MT AND cough socalled which it reduced pepsin prompt antitrust itching diseases equally itching remedy nipples Cadjs Powders purifier medicine mountain selection selected Vests That Joyful Feeling With the exhilarating sense of ra nealth and strength and Internal cleair linnsa which follows the use of Syrup of Figs is unknown to the few who liiwe not progressed beyond the old time medicines and the chea p substitutes acceptedbyManufactured by the by the California Fig Syrup Co He who does many things correctly anti makes one rrror will hear only of the error The most stubborn cases of Bron eMUs succumb to Coussens Honey of Tar Price 23 and 50 cents Perry Thomas oct4lm or on on 41valuableof its action of clearing 4wormThomas oct4lm 4 men are said to be on the increase J1manufacturersCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for having put on the market such a won derful medicine savs W W Mna 4 singill Texas There are many thosands of mothers whose chil dren have been saved front atlacks ot and cholera infantum who must also feel thankful It is for suit by Perry Thomas pct4lm Ii IIX IX8X8IXel Xex reXIsXsI I8X8X JLISTENI Ul Li IF 9U WANT THE II J i m wIBOOTEE TheiE CALF BOOT ia Hutoer and Calf 14te THE BESTSHQES FuLadiesV Missel jiiid Childrens The best fQltBOOT I The best gum 3BOjT Tlie best UNDERWEAR ISllgelt HAT BJV Tliebest GLOVE the r1 v market fte the least money cay promptitude Braceletwearing Beaumont t dysentery I S DOUGLASGHT CO A j E 207 WEST MAIN STREET ao y44 4- Lb 1 I 7 LT Jt w L if c io r4 f jS COFFEE3Sc Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute I insist on LION COFFEE in lIb pkgs l These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of ilb LION COFFEE pkgs Silk Umbrella either Ladys or Gents eu Sent by express Ii charges pre paldforl7Oj a 2ccnt stamp n 1tl Cutatrlp of thlckpapcrsothat theendswlllumbrella made ol exactly meet drawn around 26iuch FLAVOR joint of Lay one end on this diagram- Congo handle Wouldeoul200attbestonJHD endtndlcatesi DressPin Set nailed tieS for 15 HOn heads and a 2 cent stamp Three pins In tlarger than shown com posed of tine rolled gold with handsome rubycolored settings Suitable for wautplns cuffpins neckpins or as a childs set fashBelt and Buckle ipMailed free for 15 lion heads cut from Uan Coffee wrapper and a 2cent stamp ginspl 7l IIndfuhiounble lSilver NapkinRinc heads and a cent stamp Neat and 3 Kutatantiiil Made of dur IIlIvcrSIluttvrus CoinPurse For 15 lion heads and thIoidarktine kid leather cham tilckeiodframe fastening iiLadies PenKnife heads cut from and a 2c stamp Large size good inn- terial handles nicely decocted IDall l assorted colors williYou elways by It Is a packagoIst RIN I Is Uiflu H TiiiM Tabfc NJ 53 Taking Effect Sun ilny June 111899 1i CUM 2d Class 4T ouao No i iNei No 9 Kx Sun Kx Sun Ux Sun AM PM AM VtMlHes K S M 615 NidMhxnrille 630IT T View MHU n II 1111 8 34 KMimond 111 Sit S 30 00 M Un1 12 13 If 00 Moberley1 11 18 to 05 I4rsItgk1 1230 1021 i5stiLi 1M Ii 40 Irvine tam iias No f X6 NQ No 10 WIMT JHIUSU ttxSunhlixSun Ex Sun Ex San =I A M P C PM AM Irvine l 55 INnoU I210 105 ftnu field 215 120 2S9 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Knickerbocker watch Ladles Watch Chain- A double ftrand of best silk cord united at Intervals with colored beads neat and substantial For IS lion heads and a 2cent stamp larve size and latest shape Black seal grain leather with live flap to hold visiting cards lion heads from Lion Coffee wrappers and 2c stamp Table Gents Watch nailed free for 90 lion beads and 2cent stamp The celebrated Ingcr soil watch stem wound and stem set durable nickel plated case each of the maker Arc liable timekeeper Ladies PocketBook I dlvtslonsincluIUngA secure- Oivenlor2S a a accompanIed Durable dark that will stand washing 3 Inches n Mailedfree wrapper R ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS CLEANSES THE 5V5TEM EFFECTUALLYD fEVtRSOVERCOMES AB GONSTIPATIONITUAL PERMANENTlYITS rICIJlL BUy THE GEMUINtMANTO BX iINIA fiG SYRVP J c s r c3o troa e oRussuii rau toe mtnnt jan5ly Patronize Home Iace Insure your dwellings and all property In the Blue Insurance Company of Lexington Ky a home institution protection against Fjre Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most reliable company lor people of our county now operating in Stat and getr cheaper ever yell as long as you continue in the company TOTfurther information call on l agent AttorneyatLawlUcbmond opposite Court Ilpuse next door to State Bank 3i Trust Co second floor r J nCABTEB Pres mayJlly O O BOSWOKTn Secy naiIW1 In Effect December S 1S98 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 00 20 Lve nichmond Ar 7 20 2 55 7 09 Winchesters II 42 16 125 45 MamiUo 8 S 40 930 Paris 84i A10 8 IT 1028 Georgetown 780 2S 7 10 11 20 Ar FranlcfoiU Lve 7 00 310 Ask tOT ti via Paris J BiTErWTON County CourLDays Paris JJourbon county Monday iiclin ondMadl8bn county Cret Mon lay Lexington JTnyette connty eecon J IOrldaYR rntlacoI1iit tndMun Jton uay Dnnville Boy1ftounttbIn1 Monday Nicholas itlq Jo nnitnpconnCy thins Monday 44MI5lVX- 1i WJnc1I j viirsijllee oodOrdeUBty foartli Mohdar J 5tt L f of Lace Tnocitnxfine cambric hand kerchiefs with beautiful 1m ported lace me dallion in settions in the corners llalflnch hem machine hemstitched stylish and dur able A pair of t11VC given for 18 lion heads cut Coffee and a Picture pages of vain able cooking re ceipts also treatise on the labor of the nmmlaundry sick room ami remedies for the more com mon disease- stllvenforiSlion heads a 2cent stamp F the the the the and Best Coffee for the Money Try LION COFFEE and you will never use pureCoffeeIt Th Fancy Gold Ring I lionI stamp Forts arc genuine rolledcold haTing the exact bythepatterns ycry popular Jll1IILL1IiUroxetermiethesizej ritightly second the finger the Pair Handkerchiefs uautncr- chiefs from Lion wrappers 2c stamp Childrens Book kitchen dining COFFEE for 10 lion and a stamp Sixteen of therGuoseMelod leg illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover hATe different so you can get an ILl sortmcnt Century CookBookI IBoys PocketKnifeI 1 geJ TruHorl GiBcimali The Opener strong sharp rodAvood handle For I 2 lion heads and a 2c stamp I know LION sealed pick trains t barns other Grass keta PA4 first I These rings plate union Given heads 2cent large Looks Easy blade Greeting Given for 8 lion heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2cent stampA artistic picture that will grace the finest dnnv- fngroom The- baCkground of royal darkblue furnishes a appropriAte contrast to the little girl and her white East er lilies Size Hi2S inches For loa beads and 2 rula wa EXCELLENT REPORT OF CHRISTIAN EN DEAVOR AT CARLISLE Tho Fonrth Annual of tlie Fourth District Christian Kndeavor Union of mot at the Chris tian elumh Carlisle Ky W nnd October 1SOO The delegates loll on the early train Friday arrived at Carlisle about nine oclock The time being early there was no one there to meet Ill but it was only a fow minutes until we were met and heartily welcome most of the camo on the evening train and were taken nl once to the church where a WHS served in the parlors The first service of the began Friday evening at 730 The meeting opened with Bong service conj ducted by Dr Alvin Kanshaw of Cov ington who all the song services of the and such in spiring music I never heard The exercises worn by Rev H M Scudder of the ian church of Carlisle After these Rev L J Haley of who delivered the address of the evening was to the aiidienco Mr Haley in his talk ou The Cardinal Points of Kndeiivor tald that Christian Endeavor had done more to Uo away with ism and tp draw the brethren doter together ilian ond in fant it was about the only thing that could ac this pnrpofe Ono tit the most helpful mellg of tie whole con vention waa the sunrise prayer meet lug on Wild by Miefl Mabel Hartly who in her beautiful talk on I Promise bim reminded us of what a sacred promise we bad made to Christ when we became She spoke of how door we hold a prom fijo made to our friends Then how much dearer ought we to consider a promise mailo to Him who give His Ufo for us There were n number of other talks tho same line Most of morning was de voted to the reports of the various In the absence of the report of the com initte Kev Cmbtreo of Caliiwnra formerly pastor of the Christian church of Carlisle was called on to make a short falk ou G otl He told of a plan which the Christian Citi zenship of California was trying Ilesaid thai they imadwhiat they ixilled coffee saloons all over the town In these saloons they served hot coUVe loafing r snfbons would oilier in thee cjMfee houses Probal ly they would get up and go out and etone driiik bnt they would count back and innybo get not to go to get another drink and would thus home where aj they hail been in tlife habit of going home drunk Atttr this wo html a talk on ouqljf Union by ProfsV U Conley Prof Couley saul he thought unIons the place for tile best wjrk Among the fur heroall tu ether to arouse warm liand shake ot JoYe Tl best talk of the morjrting waa by the pretf dent of J Harry Al len of Unpaid limo object If todo away with pjn Hei tian orerfcto dd dyv He said we Into the york With a Y to give ul kij Genuine WGold Ring For 25 lion heads an- dnicent tamp and sllktafteta PorlIIIon Art Picture u Easter will send It linu dread for Flower theVallcv Size 11x21 inches Bright and artistic coloring u The Lesson littlebTOvn pldress torm a pleasing combination of colors Size 15x21 inches nailed free for8 lion heads and a 2cent stamp IMPORTANT NOTICE orpackagelargeUlustratedWOOLSON SPICE COI Toledo Ohio CONVENTION Convention Kentucky September Richmond morning delegates delightful luncheon convention conducted convention devotional conducted Presbyter Cynthiana introduced Christian denominational anything complish Saturdayinomiug Thwservice conducted Christian Endeavorers maiealong Saturday committees Christian Gltizeiiuhitf Citizenship committee Ihllt1IIIOtiariiiiilbe interested itborjneu theCQunty JEntleavdrs eoulticowe enthimsinsiiizindthie that1i18tle thediBirictMr Winchester CfirJsiiarrJSivdeavorjgj fgedCnr iudesw- overtfieryJdo Hiuklg1 lftiIDCYD RnbySettlng haaglllgi stampAmerican Dancing bum lie also said it was tbo idea of some people that a Christian life was a sad life one full of trouble and care He begged ug to down with this idea by showing a lace brimfull of happiness in Christian work The last business of the morning was the election ofof floors for the coining year The follow mug officers were elected president P M Tinder Carlisle VicePresident- J Harry Allen WinchfsterfSecretsry Miss Sue Cald well Sharpsburg Treas urer Mrs T L Goodlet Richmond i Superintendent Mrs T E Arnold Richmond Saturday afternoon Miss Margaret Hay Jones made a talk on the Quiet Hour in which she told the purposes and value of the quiet hour Mrs Jos A Serena of Coving tonr save a talk on Intermediate Work He says a Christian Endeavor unless it bas a Junior Intermediate society is doomed 11 the absence Mr Atkinson who was to have made a talk on Christian Endeavor Tools Mr Jones took his place lIe said get first the tools that will stir a fire within you The best tool Is the Word oi God Then he told us to read time Chiis tinn Endeavor World and get intouch with one another and lastly he recom mended tim little CE Qnartetly whielusome of us now npe Roy F M Finder made a talk on State and lis trivf WurkIAtthe close of the Slit unisy afternoon servimi Miss Ilearne read a letter from Miss Glass HtUinj the societies for letters fur the prisoners o5he saul thai she wanted 1900 letters one for each prisoner in the district shtTsaid these loiters written by Chris than Endeavors had done moreto con tliihrlisked to writens manyof these letters as they conld The addrefa Saturday evening was delivered by Rev JalWorrall of Danville The subject bl Some men have an idea that it is beneath a mans dignity to trouble him self much about his I appearanceIt Isubjectthey theyleavewomen A man never madca greater mistake A matt should not only neatlydressed and wholesome of body The man who is so is the man that sue ceeds The man who does not care a copper about his dress whose ypimplesiis sallow whose eyes are heavy whose shoulders are bent and whose eis ii1bi1siIsomeness as other people do Such a thatdidwellIgestion iarightliis blood will be pure and rich and he will be wholesome and healthy MedicalDLIcoV 1Ire8tiIJnnhtfacilitates tbe assimilation of thelifegiv allimpurities notDuUggitsClont JithTltrdDan nll8IfIwas IroutiMI wiiti pimples hoiSt dizzy Iwad fbadvery dctpaHlcBt and thought aeta wudcure nih rbea I coeinsesoe4 Dr tfapg w y BdIot WJIItbQ 0 c J tff t r1t 1 i GAVE little thought to my health writes llRfcWsr y1 rI BELL 230 N Walnut St Canton Oto lifrs Pink hamI until I found myself unable to attend to my household duties I had had my days of not feeling well and my monthly THOUGHT LESS WOMEN time that I made up my mind I troubled with falling of sharp pains ovaries menses I was so weak dizzy that I have spells I several bottles Lydia E Blood Purifier Wash in tf good I wish to know of the good it me and have many friends taking Will always give your medicine highest praise MRS TOLLE 1946 ton St Philadelphia Pa DEAR MRS PINKHAM Iwas very thin and my i friends I in con Had and eyes11fnoticed how poorly I looked and 1 advised take Lydia E Vege table One bottle relieved me and after taking bottles now a and a good deal of backache I all women had these things and did not complai- nS had doctored for some but ino seemed to help and physician it best for to go to the for local I ha read and heard so much of your Vegetable Compound to try it was the womb had in leucorrhcea and and would often severe fainting took in all Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and and used the Sanative and am now health others wonderful has done it now the A Hil writes thought was I sumption continual beadaches backache was to Pinkhams Compound eight am suffering but thought medicine me my thought me hospital treatment painful of healthy woman have gained pounds and everyone asks wh time address was The liilect of Chris tian Endeavor on the Individual Dr Worrall snid that tho Cli waa the truininx nlare fur worShij Hlahl he ttmld leinumber time then wlien young people would not take tiny part in publir wornhip hilt now Christian Endeavors fiuisidnreci it their duly to take purl in tubliu worship of their church Kuiiiliy iiiorniii there was Sunday school mill prtmihing ntatl Uiu churches Dr Worrall preiehwl qiiilo K strong Bvrinoii on Victory Thnujh Faith at the lirisi hum churn Sunday aTtrr nooii Dr Uorratl Spokn in Trot It N RoiirkV iiliuo ou Our Place inlho Country MorjU Jin toldlhoiieohilo- to ho independent votej 10 vein for the luau tIt fur the parly The ptuiif8t service of the wlmlecon Vtiition was time Christian Kmttravor prayer niretinjj conducted by Mr JOK A Serena rllt1 tmhjeut of theinnetiiiK was What Would Jesus do hit ailiud all511o hil rend limo book What Voulil Jtmllo to gin their views nl it The Convention sermon was preached by Miv C 0 Smith flits Htiljct was S irtiie tho Law of llappinois lie said we could only oliUiin liapjilncs by wirk for Christ flirt iciiiMtnuiiii hOrvicR was conduct oil by lrAlviii Riuibliaw lihxs IIMA puxOAK Dehgato VurkinsrXislrrAii4 May The biiiifObl rind izglitii1 littlu timing that eYerymits made Ii Dr lyings New Life 1illa Every pill is n stijiarvotUnl gli ue tf health i mint fhangus woak ue 8 into btrrnyth listlessness into en orgy hrainfaj into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Perry ik Thomas a jw YORE FASHIONS Periwinkle blue is a voritoniltl1lIII1 color und combines charmingly with white Stair coverings and hall carpets in high vogue Time English square necktie con tinues in fashion for gentlemen The Barelto shoe of tan glace is liked for carriage wear Some superb values in boys overcoats are to ho obtained from Dest Co just now Send four cents in stamps to the firm for their biff cats logue illustrated and plenished with uptodate garments for boys and girls atd badies and pertinent advices as well as facts and figures galore- The canoe shaped slipper is suitable only for bedroom wear The princese dress is regnant A lovely model is of lightweight palo gray cloth with yoke of rich white lace Japanese linen warp mattings come in no end of pretty designs They are always advisable for sleeping rooms and the effect may be heightened by throwing bright rilS around the room over them Dainty little Jouclws in the way of silk and ntin pipings are given to many tailors gowns this season Time Oxford cloth la well liked for genlleinejis overcoats It xmas It black ground scattered over wIth camels hair in gray It forms R very fine mixture Green In a taking color in carpets In velvet weaves the green background is overspread most artistically with shaded chrysanthemums or wild roses Many tunics STe seen Tbotfndur skirts is very long rind lias a scalloped curve around the bottom EVELYN CABLE lirave Men Fall Victims to stomach lireraud kidnoy troubles as well as women and all feel time results in loss appetite poson rn tim blood backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown feeliug But theres no need to fuel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind Hesays ElectrieBil ters mire just time tiling for a man when he is nIl run down gad dont care whether ho lives or dies It did more to give nid new strength and good ap petite than anything I could take I can now eat any thing and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaituUeed 3 ANew York friend of the Vanderbilt family says that Cornelius VanJerJ iU will Rives the widow the New3erkand Newport mansions for hlfoflJfjncO- Llie of 500000 a rear tOkpzemt- ip The five children will reeorvieSll 000000 each and the residue whrb equally iHvi jqd between Cornelius atid Alfred which will anaka time shared of time two oldest sons over f5000000 apiece the dead rairrpad king being let richer than ho was supposed to be Eaclt package of PUT rAM FADELESS DYES bolbis either Silk Wpol q CottotJ perfectly Sold bJ3L Sear ey Waco lty hos4ia- ms Eanq3ajKy O1ri TI- mehIhih4t i t r ni dIssgr4ijD- slIy iewmr II n in weight 95 pounds to 140 at makes me so stoutITimings do not always Work outright for their projector In Louisville the Honest Election League composed of Dick Knott mid John AVImlien station ed cpioB around the various rejistrn tion places to watch the actions of Donioecats nndtry to intimidate llmui One of their tools Harry nurnett caused the arrest of John Keeiie for nl legdl irr juhirilies WliPreat the Hon est Kle ti u League 16ctlIIr Dick limit tutu Jiilm Vilmllen was jubilant It hail imulH killing rorIlrilJln politics Rut when time cato was taken to court Keeno Vns lisnii scf and it was stronclv nitiinateil that Kurliett wonlil ho hanilj d for pprjury HliLllic Honest t Blpctloii League would not mind a little thing like iimaL1lhui Grams Clipper If you ccoiir the world you will hover lind a renifilv Uqiial to One Minute oiIgi fare says Kditur lnkler uf tio Jliianony Flit Htisl ler It cnrtid hit family of LaGiipj PltetmmmmOmmiairtmmiiiiti luii tioullt t Perry Thoinas Secretary oj t tnte 1inley hsis given to time Brown ticket the wcond plate n tlio ofliuial Imllot whilo under legal const ruction it belongs in time last column Tliu Inioonilio ticket sill have time first culiiniitnlid time H nhli liuiii t ho ihinl column Tho Deiii uruth lire hevfily riiifioiijf Mr Fin leys HOtioii wlilch they fay i with out iiittiirteyiti inintendtHt to draw voiwawjty fiiiin thnnjiiliir Doinocrntii tickQlWillIIIJ rl1u lat plfiity Kouol nvnjnpsia Cure will ilijeKt wlmt MHI lat It ctires all forinn of dyspt Miu nn l flomach trou hIts K ismiuik Vernun Texas siiys It rcliuvcd mo from time start myetrfutInTo what base uses may so cotnent last is shown in tho fact that Bourke Cochran who was once a Democrat is now n hireling of President McKinley and making Fpeeches for trusts Anti tho last end of that man shall be even worse than this InteriorJournal Theodore Ilallam who is pleading with time people to vote for honesty and decency is usually drunk when he speaks that he has to hold to the speakers stand to keep from falling Blue Grass Clipper Millions of dollars is the value placed by Mrs Mary Bird Harrisburg Pa on time lifo of her child when she was saved froth croup by tho use of One Minute Cough Curo It cures all coughs colds and throat and lung troubles Perry Thomas JndgoPryor is reported to have said that a close poll of the State has been taken and it shows that Mr Goebel has 37000 majority in tho Stale Lincoln Democrat Joseph JStockford llodgdon Me healed a sore running for seventeen years anti cured lila piles of long stand using DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo It cnres all skin diseases Perry Thomas 35 ECONOMIST RANGES FU tiJ Q rf rI U rtr 1VJ Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LADUR MIT1I i 7m EASTER TilAff EYER The schedule nf Illinois CCntraDbl1- rout in addition to IIhorUnlnlrthe time fo Memphis and Jfew has madeltEilsJer Arkan541Iterritory 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instruments sent free Every family should have an Electropoise jt saves money induces health Send your ad dress at once and eee what people say who have thoroughly tested ita merits Agents wanted THE ELECTROPOISE CO 513 4th SL Louisville Ky sept 27lyr CENEZflII FOR WEAK MENThe great French Remedy Is within MST powerfullyandqnickyresult ot 30 d n use cI CCCtWERO Yonnr men MenmllREGENErJILOperhnxorcurcireularsI1IAftoIJIIJlIillFor sale by Perry Thomas septl3ly Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine R9Y Motion adl Ball Beatings ituretdOKIcbibqbdj I y ALL DRUGGISTS tICI Pellinsfliart 5 c Double Heater with Tea Kettle AttlchmealLra + + + + f+ +++t f i+ 4f 4 + f+ 4 + N rtSuOKECONSUMING PARLOR FURNACRL perfaatdtv gases way produces perfect combustion and a great saciag of furl Mixer ring also buttons of radiator from direct octtow of An audL insures its durabllitj POWERFUL FLOOR HaVTSIt JDeflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pot and radiaor extewto to outr tt casing forcing tho intense hunt trout lower rectioa of Stove tow to tliv AYiluor wfcere most t quired W WILL HEAT ROOM UP STAIRSLt attaching pipe t Double Heater Collar and extending to regMcr Jtf Vahove If not earn in that way heat in distributed lo all parts of raoai ami Kriiine can be utilized na a tea kettle attadiuleut In aodilion to l rhole topAr eatIeso an bfr mounted on heavy quick acting screws working in a detachable yuk ami when opening screw in not out preventing breakage In Use Call at the CASH HARD ARE HOUSE of 4 1crnas Ewcrns jWho will be glad to show you this stove as well as a full line of other heat ers and cookstovcs grates etc 5mebily Q J JJ J Jt tA BOON TO MANKIND I DRTABLERS BUCKEYE n D Zc ODJ 0 zITIZ c IIP C rc 1 0= j1m 11 i1 aC1 en 41flWDjLc9 en rr1 z I Ocn R I protects L PILES LEUBEcuR A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists lnl Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS rearrangedItBEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Bait more Washington Philadelphia Ntiw York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention 2XVATX HOUSE SALSS BVEET WEEEDAT Simon ODonnell General Manager Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 ti JAMES T vHAMILTON J UElu ci MflN J TtMta Hwisteae Statiaraidoreign find iaericti Marblo aid Graiite fMf PINE WORK A SPBSIALTY Those wjo Rre buying Marble Granite qr tiny killlof 11Ietery Worktwill find ito their Interest to ntalio old Stand in the r ar thp MEClmch on Irvine StreetvIierethcy wilt lhmmdconstantly on a large atovV of finished work touSolect ffpmat pricosito Ktiit all class buyers jf Mm TrVV G GOUOBTEG onojof tho best workmen In Cci ini Kentueky is to chrg of rnre tahrwhrnentani this means satisfactory Vrfe in ovwy pfi Mw iPsiftfea Ih r1lal11 distance should write to us for ilesi uSi wlitett will be fttHi9TwJ on application 6 Yow lA nOXAGE SOMOITKI JMES TI H7MILTON7roprIctOr-