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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): October 18, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899101801_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): October 18, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX; TOLUMJS 26. if RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1899. Illinois Scores $7 Again. NUMBER 20. REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. Window For Rent! Choice of three good oflk-e Glass DEMOCRATIC TICKET. HON. WILLIAM dOEBEL, OF.KENTOV COUNTY. FOR GOVERNOR. GOLD WEATHER IS NOW upon us. So now is the lime to put in your GLASS and keep out the cold. We have FOR LTEUTHNA NT GOVERNOR, J. C W. BECKAM, OF XKLSON COUNTY. Royal Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome eovu For the second time this week Illi nois rattle reached the lilh mark, thus bcatint; Indiana two successive Iieatc. The cattle were graded Shorthorns aud Hereford, fat as butter aud ns pretty as pictures. They were fine enough to attract considerable atten tion from all classes of people who like DISEASED MEN, NO i i CURE-N- O "SIETIIOD PAY TRnATirEXT. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, R. J. I1RECKINKIDUE, OF BOYLE GUSTY. luM rcurocs eo., tw tcrx. to. look at good cattle. Hon. T. S. j rooms overDoug-l.i- s & Simmons" hard- ware store, Main St. t'irht-rooi- residence, modern conveniences. u Also very desirable with a very large stock of Glas bought before the large advance in prices. We are therefore able you very low prices whilst our stock of sizes are complete. to-mak- GUS COULTER, OF GRAVES COUNTY. FOR AUDITOR, TRUE ACC0CJ2TT OF THE KILLING OF SANF0RD BY G0EBEL. Malicious An Illustrated Political Paper. Chapmnn,of Jerseyville,was the feeder. In the lot were 17 head averaging 1331 pounds at $7, which sold to the United Mr, ! orizinal with Vrr. K. & K.. will tirjly enro forever any form of llloo.I or 5 Sexual diwn.'c. It is tho retnlt cf Sit years' experience in tho treatment of j THn NEW 6caw..... All Work Guaranteed. S WE CURE SYPHILIS m j 2nd e FOR TREASURER, S. V. H AGE B. OF BOYD COUNT x. GRIGGSBY & BtUNCEY. UJ nnXPT 1 forget our WALL- PAPER for FIVE CALEB BKECKINRIDE HILL, OF CLARK COUNTY. FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE OF JEEFKKSON COUNTY. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. Misreocesentations Set at Rest Statement o( Coroner Tarvin. by CENTS on up in price. Our xuixeu i'Aii 'a 51. iu per gallon. WINDOW SHADES TEN CENTS on up. Neat I. N.N ALL, IFOR SUP'T. OF FUBLIO INSTUCTION, H. V. McCHESNEY, A- - OF LIVINGTON COUNTY. yOn RAILltOAD COMSttSSIONER, .EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL PICTURE TWENTY-FIVE FRAMES, CENTS. COL W. HAMILTON, 3l1. DIST. OF MT. STERLING. ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY- .B. LEE DAVIS, ! Picture Frames, Wall Paper, Shades, Mouldings, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes. STOCK Window FOR REPRESENTATIVE, HON. W. W. COMBS, MADISON COUNTY. FOn COUNTY JUDGE. Manager. N. li. COY. CURED between San ford and Goebei, of which so much has been written and said. Mr. Wo Ireat and cure; EMISPIOXP. I, We are authorized to announce ARCH VAHICOCKLK. SYPHILIS, (iLKKT, KAVANAUGII DOTY forCountr Clerk, suclect B. S. Morris, of Henderson, wrote W. PTItlCrUlti:. IMl'Ol'KNCY. SUCK El' to the action of the Democratic Party. DllAINS. liXNATHKAl, DISCHAHd-IW. Tarvin, then and now Millions Given Aw?y. 4 ES, KIDNHYnnd llLAHDEKDi-ai-r- . GEO. C. M. RAYWe authorized to 70TJ 32 A DSM0CBAT WILLIS, UURNare candidate for announceClerk, subject- of Kenton county, asked tho coroner in mvci'TTi'iiiiy fury uuvAd I. innrj IP. him for tin County a uuiiubJii..unsblo to ....... writo for S It Is certainly gratifying to the pub call, FRKE. If i.v.. to the action of the Democratic Party. facts. Mr. Morris received from Coro lic to know of one concern in the land QUESTION' BLANK HOME for 203 W. S1K STEEET. A v'iunts in and out of the We are authorized to announce D. R. TEVIS TREATMENT. a candidate for County Clerk subject to the ner Tarvin the following reply: ho nro not afraid to be generous to nnd.of course,want a Democratic newsRICHMOND, KY. action of the Democratic party. City taken for Collection. Office 1)12 Mndison Avenue Tele 10 needy and suffering. The proprie paper. The Chicago Dispatch is the We are authorized to announce M. M. MILLER a candidate for Conntv Clerk, sub phone No. 4050 Hesidence 114 E. Fif- tors of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper ject to the action of the Democratic party. r call on mo for further teenth street Coroner of Kenton coun Consumption, Couuhs and Colds, have of the Country. It advocates" the "R. We are authorized to announce JESSE W. COBB a candidate for County Clerk, subject ty, Ky., W. W. Tarvin, M."D. la given away over ten millions trial bot- readoption of the platform and the to tho action of the Democratic party. Mobcrloy Build- U I It Coviugton, Ky., Sept. 25. 1S'J3. B. tles of this great medicine and have of William Jennings Bryan.' CINCINNATI, O. The Optic Specialist, FOR SUBBIFF. Kirtiiii'inil. Ky. S. Morris, Esq. Friend Morris: Yours tho satisfaction of knowing it has abso There has nevpt been a political camWe are of No. 611 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at WAGERS authorized to announceofJOHN F. of the 22d received and I'll try to give utely cured thousands of hopeless paign that will equal in importance a candidate for Sheriff Madison PROFESSIONAL CARDS. county subject to the action of the Democratic you the information you desire, as you cases. the Olvndoti Hotel, Richmond, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse- that of the one to be fought next year. pariy. are correct in supposing that 1 was ness and all disease of the Throat, The Republican party, backed by the to nnnnnnce JOHN We are MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, BALLARD,anthorlted Station, a candidate W. coroner A??0aiTETS. of White at the time' of the Sanford Chest and Lungs are surely cured bv money power of this country and for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic killing, and that I held the inquest in returning one day each month. Byes exam- party. Call on Perry fc Thomas Druggist, Europe, is alert and aggressive. ft. E. ROBERTS, ined and glasses scientifically adjusted. We are aethdrlzed to announce MARTIN that case. Successors to W. G. White and get a Flushed with tho victory of three years GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison I am unable to stale the ca.use of trial bottle free, regular size 50c and $1. ago it will seek by every means in itt county, subject to the action of the Democratic ATTOHN party. the beginning of the enmity between very bottle guaranteed, or price re power to ninintain its supremacy. - KENTUCKY. lllfllMONI), We are anthorized to announce P. B.BROAD- - Goebei and Sanford, as opinions differ OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF Democrats must be up and doing. 3 funded. DUS a candidate for Sheriff ofMadisoncounty. office ill Moberley nuildini?. subject to the action of the Democratic party. widely. Some say it was because of a They must wage au unceasing war up- Great Pigeon Shoot. pon ASSESSOR. proxy at a convention; some that it IV. MILLER. tlieir enemies. In no hotter nnd ..BOOTS AND SHOES.. was on account of the law Goebei had We are authorized to announce JOE OLDMr. Thomas J. Smith, Jr., was among more eiicctive way can this be clone Attohnky-at-LaHAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison g KBSTCTSCY. than by the circulation of good, sound breaks all records. Never before in " county subject to the action of the Demo- passed reducing the tolls on turnpike thote who nttendeJ the UK HMOMP, to cratic party. Building, in which Sanford was a stockholder; tournament of the Hill Top Gun Club, Democratic newspapers. The publisher ililu-in the Burnam Teb3-lthe history of our town was there a r ,lt.r s National Hank. We are authorized to announce JAS. L. and some that it was because Goohel Austerlitz.Bourbon county ,last Tues of The Chicago Dispatch, will send to BAKER a' candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo- was instrumental in having the city day and Wednesday. This promised to every new subscriber for three months more completo line offered tho people. cratic party. funds removed from Sanford's bank attract crack marksmen from all over copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch for Every shoe has been bought at the We are authorized to announce GEORGE ten cents. II you are not already tak very lowest market price, and we are the State. NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison and deposited in another bank. county, subject to the action of the Democratic 'At any rate, after the feeling first rtTTOHS EY AT Law, Tlie headquarters for visitors were ing this great political weekly, send in in a position to givo our customers. party. KENTUCKY. started, it grow steadily, and the fact VK'HMOND, Winchester, ouly one hour's ride. ten cents at once. You should not only We are authorized to announce G. W. a candidate for Assessor of that some of Sanford's clotest friends As the first event oil the card was not do this yourself, but you should induce DEATIIERAGE t Mi. . over Taylor's Hardware store, op-- r The Most For Madison county, subject to the action of the were identified with the faction which called until nine o'clock each day nil vour friends to join with you. By a .s,t,. Court House, on "Main Street. Democratic party. always opposed Goehel, did not help there was ample time to get to the little effect you can easily raise a club We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, URITY OF TONE, 1. 1;. noon, of the Glade District, a candidate for Assessor, matters any, and Sauford said lie would grounds by taking the 6:20 train. of ten or twenty subscribers. you. Our Money we can subject to the action of the Democratic party. LAVT. .1 TTOItSEY AT rather kill Goebei or be killed. Fur the first day tho program had The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by JAILER. FOB Kkstucky. to fit. You I tl. IIMCMI, combinetl with great ran;e We are authorized to announce JAMES C. "But to come down to the actual been arrange! for shooting. at live William Jennings Bryan and other shoes are made i Mice 43 Kirxt St. tip ftairtt. 31 30 of Madison cause of the kilting. The daily Com enpigeons only. Twelve events with LACKEY a candidate for Democratic lenders will find no trouble in getting and power are soitie of the county, subject to the action Jailer Democratic mouwcalth had for Eevcral of the mouths trance fee varying from $1.50 to $2.00 Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH. K). M. UUKNAULT, strong points of the Cono-ve- r, party. J. a fit here. "We have all that's been publishing articles 'roasting' Goe- had been arrange for tho day's 120 and 122 Fifth Avenuo We are Schubert, Kingsbury PARR1SII authorized to announce PETER O. bei at every opportunity, and Goebei sport. Wue rock targets second used. oct4-t- f a candidate for Jailer of Madison ATTORNEYS AT LAW, were Chicago, Illinos. LATEST; all that's GOOD! county, subject to the action of the Democratic and Cresceut Piano. was informed that John Sauford was KltNTOCKY. The event of the shoot were the party. '"' " MOND, We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS the author of those articles. In fact, Hill Top handicap, set for the first day. Mire on Second street, over Chen-v- .t CALL AT a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for if an Instrument I remember rightly, Goebei was ifteen dollars had been set as the en i'h grocery. one terra only, subject to tbti action of the Democratic party. shown the original copies, nnd they trance fee. The contestants shot at We hayo a few summer PERof very sold construction We are authorised to announce F. J. to the were in Sanford's handwriting. At fifteen live birds. The tournament of w R. LETCHER, a last, probably exasperated beyond en tho Hill Top Club, taken all in all, it is recommended to those KINS of candidate for Jailor, snbject action the Democratic party. , goods left that we will Altoruey-at-Zawdurance, Goebei wrote and caused to was a notable event. who desire durability as Kkctdcky. i: IM..M1, Possibility. sell you at your own price. As a Congressional be published, in a little weekly sheet well as a handsome apnil,.' with T. .1. Smith, Jr., over every Saturday, an article in Ilnl Hot iTuni The Gun. pearance and fine finish. It was not alone from the pnrtiality issued SALOON PARLOR They are all nice and iik'toii & Mitchell's. We have several styes. Some which lie feels toward Hon. R. Tate Ir which he referred to Sauford in severe Was the ball that hit G. B.Steadman WHEN IN TOWN. good. Now's your chance! of terms, War. It that was in the in Mahogony, Rosewood, vine thrtt the editortho the Southwesta cause ofand meeting. tho immediate of Newark, Mich.,Ulcers Civil no treat former as the Virginian snjxests caused horrible Yours for the Right Price, AUoriiey-at-Laetc. Prices range from Congressional possibility, for no citiren "On the day of tho encounter, about ment holed for 20 years.that Buck- Then $225.00 up. Easy pay- of that section lias riten info higher or I o'clock, Goebei nnd W. J. Hendricks, en's Arnica, Salve cured him. Cures, Coolest and most refreshing ttichond, Ky. "M Building. ments. more deserved esteem than has our at that time attorney general, were Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons of drinks that can be found HARDING & RIEHM. talented friend. We have heretofore coming to town together and on Fifth Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure in the city are dispensed PETSIOIAiTS. noted some of his achievements in the street met Frank Helm, president of on earth. 25 cts. a box. Cure guaran and accommoby H. G. KENT, Agent, First Street, Richmond, Ky. State of his adoption and would not be the First National hank, and as Hen teed. Sold by Perry & Thoiiias, Drng dating clerks. US (JI1M50N, & GIBSON, RICHMOND, KY. 3 at all surprised to hear of his nomina dricks wished to get a check cashed, uists. S UIIG EON, ' tion for the best office in Virginia's gift. they all three continued out Fifth and Oenalne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. Superlative. Kkntucky. Here is a pretty tribute to him from tho up Madison avenue toward the bank K HMONI). Big Stone Gap paper referred to above: As they came in the vicinity of the One hot summer's day n gentleman bank they saw John Sanford standing "COXORESSIONAL TIMllRtt." ii t in the Joe tY.lins building, 18 and so Sec Second St. hone 3. aj- Mrti, over Wnue .eld drucitore. foot of the steps leading into the who was waiting for his train at ono of Tate Irvine, the Cicero of Big Stone at the our country stations asked aporter,who JJV.V4-- J Gat. can always rise to the occasion Bank, with one foot on the lower step, was' lying on one of the seats, where RCmiOND KY. CJUS. HOOKER, aud attune his words to tho exact suit ana leaning upon the railing at our the station master lived, aud tiie por I ETER1NARY SURGEON, ins and fancy of his audience. His nd side. Sanford was leaning upon the ler lazily pointed to the house with his 'Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. rtss last Saturday to the Sons and railing with his left arm, with bin foot. The gentleman, very much struck Daughters of the Confederacy to an right hand in his front pants-pockeat the mnn's laziness, said: aud Sterility a Specialty tcrmary Dentl-tr- y audienco of three thoucand, was a Tho three (Goedel, Hendricks and II you can show mo a' lazier art c office up stalrx, over store recently acctv garden of oratorical roses. Helm) came up to the foot if the steps perfect Ilower p.. I by Richmond Harness Co , Bast Main St than that, my good man, I'll give you pr7-lK limon.l, Ky. It. was out in the open under a loilage and halted. Helm spoke to Sanford, wo aud six pence." of silver and gold in the presence of the who responded, and alter a reminder The porter, not moving an inch, If. C. AS I' Eli, M. I) lurcest audience that was ever assem from Helm, Sauford spoke to Hen Medicine aud Siugery. dricks, held out Ills left hand, with his replied: bled at Jonesvillc. Put it in my pocket, guv'nor." EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY Ollue I'ratluT liuildinir, MahiKtrtft "Mr Irvine was at his best, and he tight still in his pocket, and shook It artificially disrests tho food and aids ABE YOU TOR SILVER? rvsiilente ' (the Otrr place) 01. language ot hands with him. Then, turning toward Tcknhotie nt had robbed the English President Kimr, Farmer's Bank, Nature in strengthening and recon- The man is who has a gooU, sound, reUionuwa) , Yeh, of eourrc, w lien it is'innde into its richest and rarest jew.els in order to Goehel, who was standing three or four Brooklvn, Michigan, has used DeWitt's structing the exhausted digestive or- liable carriage under him. He can UitiiMosu, - - - - - Kentucky such beautiful lurni ns our .. : . gans. It is the latest discovered digest- - rest secure in the thought that when II t. prove that woman is tho sweetest be feet from himrwlth his overcoat oer .lino Jnny .insert) 111 111s r imiiuv iui Says' they are the best. These ant ana tonic jNootner preparation he has one of our well made, reliable V. EVANS, M J)., ing this Bide of. heaven. Space is too his left arm nnd his right hand in his ears runabouts, whaleQ famous little pills, cure constipation, can approach it In efficiency. It In- phretous, carriages,road carts, that come t, Sandford said: or limited to permit us to follow Mr. Ir front biliousness and all liver and bowel stantly relieves and permanently cures bone speeders, tho rnad, his wagon nover possesses. Aot tlio lorm only ncora-mend- s uyspepsia, lnaigcstion, ueartDurn, what may on vine through his brilliant effort. Sur understand that you assume the re troubles. Perry & Thoinas. it, but the quality, ns well. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, will give way. Wo havo one of the PlIYH CIAN ASU SUKUKON, fica it to say that were It Ictt to the sponsibility of that newspaper article. SickHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and finest stocks of road wagons, rocka-wa01 Course Kkntucky Goebei answered" promptly, 'I do,' ladips of Lee county to name the next Riciimiinr. Tea Sets, and rubbertirod hustries in Jiich-monall other resultsof imperfectdigestion. rrcparxa oy v. ucwiir.boCQiC390. JOHN D0NELS0N, Prop'r., Congressman Mr. Irvine would be whereupon Sanford withdrew his right Knives, Forks, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Kentucky Carriage Works For sale by.Perry & Thomas. Since registration day the Brownies, nominated by acclamation, and unani hand from his pocket, holding a revol Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, ver, thruslied It forward quickly toward those who are opposed to the Chicago mously elected." Spoons, Etc. Goebel's abdomen and fired, the ball platform, confesa that they never had Kentucky, Richmond. All of the finest material nnd war cutting through Goebel's coat and mpes of electing their candidate, but Ofnce and residence on Second Street. ranted to wear well. You may not have lower edge of his vest. Goebei made of dcfeatingJSenator Goebei with Tay Been the uew desictis we are exhibiting. Democrats one step.backward, dropped his over- lor. Hence DENTAL STTRGEBY. Do not wait Now is vour opportunity. coat and withdrawing his hand (right) are now turning their backs on these until the choicest are sold. from his pocket, also holding a revol decitful tricksters and from now on ver, threw his hand up and fired, an will aid in swelling Goebel's mojority, F. J. YEAGER, swering the first shot so quickly that Mu Sterling Advocate. DB.TTIST, Richmond, Ky. No. 28, 2d St. it almost sounded as an echo, And the OF LODlSVtLLE, KY. aepS-l- y dead 'When our boya were ball struck Sanford in tha forehead from whooping couch, our almost gave doctor next door to Government Building, making a fatal wound. Besides Helm Onelinnte Cough Cure. They recov to iz-- i 10 . nichmSnd, Ky. Office hours Stop There uov!7-1- y and Hendricks, there was a number of ered rapidly," Writes V. li. Belles, people upon the street who witnessed Arizvle. Pa. It cures rotiehs. colds The Louisville Poet, which to all ap QR. FRED SMITH. and all throat and lung troubles. the shooting, some of them strangers grippe & 1 nomas. pearances,va8 editorially a Brown or ferry to bolh men, and the evidence clearly DENTIST. gab, takes off its mask after rcgistra proved that Sanford drew his revolver WOfflce. over Collins' Orocery. same office tion day and says how It will be in COUNTY COURT DAY. y lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgio. Janll-land fired tho first shot. November. . Iu that statement Brown "My Jury was composed of six good Is' not in it. The figurine is.based on Tho largest crowd ever seen In Stan hanov-wife- . writes: " citizens, one au (acting), one ford on a similar day attended court H. Dr. Urown will draw so many have lives a Mother's; She ground that Before used Friend from the Democratic tlckot. thereby two confinements. The last time I had the principal of adistrlct public school iiere, Monday. In fact, some said 2,500 Taylor tocot in. Those Demo twins, and was in labor only a few rain and one who has since served a term voters wore here, "hut that's a mistake enablimr No. Era hThI Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio following Brown utes. Suffered very lime." ine reason as president of the board of aldermen bv several hundred. Hon. James B will be at the Hotel Zinimer. Richmond, Ky., on crats who have been and is now county assessor, and th McCreary made a characteristic speech statements argue why The are enabled. other three were honest, reliable work to a crowded house. Hon. John Mar FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1899, this: Every JJrown voter contributes ingmeu; and that jury brought In of our price cutting wheel makes another opof a Republican. When shall represented tho Republicans and returning ererv second Wednesday o. each to the support verdict that the shot was fired oy Goe made a speech in the court house yard month. Reference every physician of Rich Democrats who are affiliating with portunity for the prudent "buyer. This intekuio-i- j. mono, Ky. does expectant mothers so much that greatly pleased his brethren rests Carpenters, Builders and others who use Brownism realize this they will return good Is because it Is an external liniment, hel in "The county judge, .a Republican Hon. M. F. North made J good speech to tho Democratic fold. Mt Steiling to be applied upon the outside, where much of the strain comes. It helps be- held a preliminary examination and Politics pervaded tho atmosphere, aud and Ohio E&ilmj Advocate. cause the pores of the skin readily absorb discharged Goehel, as lho evldonce evidence justifies tho assertion thati j Bryan,- - Blackburn, I'ryor, Ellis it, and it comes into direct contsct with showed that Sanford had threatened to this county, as well as all over'Ken at "Winchester, Ky. Time of Trains and is absorbed by tlic parts involved. kill Goebei and had drawn Justice Morning Pavnter. llRzolrigc. and fired turky, things aro warming up to a fever because we are making a special sickness is quickly banished, Democrat and nervousness is kept completely away. first. attempts wcro made to in heat. Lincoln Democrat, WEST BOUND. Lewis, Whito.Hobson-eve- ry sale of that class of goods and offer Lexington Accom. . 8 M am 1c Congressman and every Democratic The. sense of dread and forebodinj; is not diet Goebei. but the grand juries re. Ml Sterling and 7 30 am Extern Express for Loaisville. standard sizes and qualities Jit less vnirinrerf. even durine labor itself. fiund to return true hilts each time 3 00 pin leader in the State and nation aro all To be good and disagreeable is big! Xl.irMixiil and If zlneton Accom. JE SO pin N. w York Limited F. F. V. Confinement is shon and almost without Hojiing this is a clear explanation of treason against the royalty of virtue, than standard vates. nruimr tho election ot Goehel. Against nain" Rpmverv is cmick and sure. Best EAST BOUND. & N. railroad, Book of all, the a very unfortunate matter, h will close II. More. him are tho L. Mather's Friend beueflts 9 15 am witn best regards. Yours truly, i.tini4nn .ntl ..(nrplie&d Accom mm unborn just as mucn as mc casv. 41 M am Trust, Tobacco Trust. John Whalieu New York Limited F. F. V ' V. W. Tarvin, C. K. Ky." The "Plow Boy Preacher," Rev, one comes i. 6 33 pm Sec us nd get price on roofing and. guttering. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom Basil Duke, Jim Williams mother, and when the little ur T o.V pm Dick Knott, mi iieiic .icive, Jiiinous, says healthy. Kxpreas Kirkinan, i Washinzton will be strong, lusty and mp and Chas. J. Bronston. Which com "It did usedmore good than anything "Alter sutiering irotu uronchial or IT. 11 I Accommodation trains mu daily except Stln aeM Mother' pried for $ 1 a bottta. My dyspejsia was of lung trouble for ten yeat, ever was cured prefer to keen, and Drult nnnv do voii Send far our free book on tha subject, through sleeping and dining car service to months standing, after oating it was by One Minute Cough Care. It is all finely illttltrated. which not of men are most likely to ad New York. terrible. Now! am well, writes S. 15 is claimed for it It information, rates orsleeperreserrstiona man who is THE WtADFiELD REGULATOR CO. Keener, Hoisinzton, Kaneae, of Ko-d- that coDgiis, cWa, aui more." all eleCtiotl tit ft cure itdtme and tan on or write b.. uuuu, Agent 117.1 vneate the ATLANTA, UA. Dyspepsia Cure. It diuesta what throat and luug troubles. Perry aud iucnmonu, &y. to bo Governor. Shfelbyvlilb Sen fljted cr GEORGE W. BARNEY, rSliipiai ihomM. you eat Perry inomas. D. P. A. C. & O. Kl'., Lexington, Ky. tinol. .u m, Mineral and Timber Lands lrOtight and sold on commission. THE I. AUG EST, THE LOWEST. I'ltlCES ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COU2TTY CLERK. A prominent Republican physician f ... T.I. uiuncuuum is crcuueu mm uUKing statements to tho country people of Daviess cotinty, intending to mislead them, concerning the killing of John Sand ford by Senator Goebei. Others have purposely misrepresented the unfortunate affair to the detriment of Senator Goebei. In other counties the same, tactics have been employed. Particularly has thin been true in Henderson county. At the requost of friends and in order to get a true statement of the difficulty 1 ,!., The Verdict, of New York, is a week- Dressed Beef Co., of New York. ly journal printed in colors. It is the Chapman also marketed 16 head, 1541 65, only illustrated Democratic paper in pounds, which sold to Swift at the United States. Eacli issue con- and 17 head, 1240 pounds, that went to tains three cartoons, deals nictoriallv tho United Dressed Beef Co., at f 6 25. with contemporaneous public eventsPIr Chapman, besides being a good cat and public persons in a vigorous, char- tie feeder, Is pure food commissioner of the State. He resides in Jcrseyvilie, acteristic way. The paper is broadlr Democratic in 111., hut will soon make Chicago his principles. Its views of affairs are not headquarters. Chicago Drovers Jour local, but nntionnl. Its attitude toward ual. the public questions of the day, politiThe special fashion number ol Harcal and economic, has already made per's Bazar, published October 7th, impression. Editorially, it contains a comprehensive nnd authori is, and will be frank and sincere in its tative presentation of fail and winter expressions about men and measures. fashions. The number is elaborately In addition to its editorials and cor-- illustrated, and gives full descriptions repondenco. it will contain speciul arti of the reception gowns, outing costumes cles of unnsiinl interest, written in capes, wraj.s, house gowns and negli vigorous fatdiion. gee costumes which will be worn durIt hns been enlarged to twenty ing the coming autumn and winter. paces, aud each number will contain a The large number of new and original potrait cartoon of some national celeb fashion hints makes this issue Invaluarity. Verdict 1 year $4, Climax and ble to every woman. Harper & Bros. Verdict year $3.75.' Publishers. New York. I ) I siomacn uerangrincni. soro eyes, neon- - n Bche., etc., you Iiavo lho rccondary stsito f of this lilood Vol'on. Wo solicit thma inot obstinato eases, nnil ehallenee tliet'V irorltl for a care ro accent for treatment?- and cannot cure. Jsy our treatment tho ulcers heal, tho hair eroirs ncaln. rain disappear, lho fkin becomes healthy, and Mj 1A marriaco is iOjf iUo and 1 afc. . This terrible Tilood Poison, lho tprrnr of mankind, )ields readily to onr NKW TRKATJIUM'. liewaro ot Mercury, l'otaf h, etc. They may ruin your rystein. If you hare rvres in tho uouih or tongue, pains in lho point, sore tliroat, hair cr eyebrows fallmc out. pimples cr blotchcr. ft ifl "Tfc"' -- Stkeet, Richmond, Ky. ' jr 9 ' 1 ' 13 vv www f CURES GUARANTEED I n. men haro their Tiior nnilutality Hipped j by early nbure;, later oxecsscs. mental I worry, tit. No mutter tho eaure, our f IeiT jletbod Ticatmentu tho refuge. Thonranilscf toucc and middlcnzcd i and Peaceful ! IWECUREIMPOTENCY i vidually no cnru-a- ll our wonder ful success. Xo matter what ails yon, Wo can furconsult tis confidentially. nish bunk bon-lto iruaranteo to accomplish what wo elaiui. And rcstororll jiarts to a normal conui-- j tion. Ambition, lifo ajd eneipy tiro re newed, mill pno feci lnui'elf a man among men. i.very euro n d indi- tat 250,000 T lrUu. . Dr. Goldstein, Kennedys Kergan (22 Fourth St., $ $ I have received a large shipment of the handsomest couches ever brought to d and will have them on special sale for the next few weeks, at prices ranging from $12 to $40. New, fresh, attractive designs and patterns. Rich-man- ill "Records Broken! lis i y ttl J. - -- U TAKE A PEEP into my store and view tho handsome line of desks a regular avalanche of beauty which are being offered at prices out of joint. 1 fit (.'., .tSjC1 Window Shades. Among my harvest of furniture fancies, there is no line m ore complete than our beautiful display of "Window Shades. Every stsle, every color, aud every price. Gill and examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentucky. Ufi m 18 T. C. Lowry, up-to-da- te Freeman Bros., 4 i rw H i &LJIO fu s r 11 MtVILLt MUbLHLtT 220-22- 2 rii! r Rflnnrni ru 1 "W. Main Street, RICHMOND, KY. 1 S 'Mpv 1 villi!! S3. n'qht phnb 23 DAY PHONE t. y Kodol c I I , J Dyspepsia Cure ! 'V 'l Co., Digests what you eat. mmi OF UBXINGTOIN, KY. S 1 1 1 Sterling Silverware pants-pocke- $160,000 PAID IJVLirijYG BENEFITS $ 05,000 RESEB YE AjYD S UliPL US. ys -- -- d. -- Th him ol Life - Insurance. "Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to tho estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent witli safety and consorvatisrr?.' Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to 7K. S3VHTH BOWMKN, SECRETARY, LEXINGTON. KY. 1 MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. Uuttm l ansas A Treatment That Cures No Cancer, Louis Landman Mother's Friend Another Turn Plaster, No Paste, No Cutting, No Suffering, No Detention FreM Easiness, No Danger, No Failares, and No Fay Unless Curei. jus e. llmpk Screws, Nails and Tools ex-Chi- To Tho Surgeon's knife and burning plasters and the horrible crudo methods heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has been forever displace! lv tho advent of Dr. Register's New Serum and Antesentic lluid treatment. This diseoiwry works a new era in medical science and sufferers irom Cancer, Lupin. Ulcers, Tumors. Goitre and Fistula can certainly be cured without tho attending the qnack nnd ignorant methods in vogue for n century. Ovi-- r tifty well defined ra? s without a failure is the evidence to prove the mem ot this important nut litr.I discovery. This new treatment is tho result of a thi ough scientific study uf malignant diseases and is based on the most rigid ecicn tific principles. liornl-U-tortur- jiH H- FEMALE DISEASES. Dr. Register holds gold medals from leading medical colleges for proficii-- i I C is I TAYLOR BROS. f m,diseasesof women, and for tho past ten yenrs has confined liis lmictico to fe malo sniferers. '.Hi discoveries of recent dato for the euro of malignant diswuc. is due to the great Increaso or cancer of the womb and igmalo breast. A wen equipped "sunitarfiim is employed oy him nt 10G Court street, where his entire time is dovbtejl to fomnia sutierers and malignant diseases. If sutiering from any disease peculiar to womoh or any manner of mnlfonnnt growth or'eorq. write a full and concise statement of your caso and get an honest expert opltsMtjfc, free. Cures "can y bo made i! home. Address, ol 10G Court Street, Memphis, Temu Pr'mt Shows through The Richmond Climax. J. C. O. CHENAULT. WOODS. Imi, SPOIE IM E ackburn And YESTERDAY A. D. MILLER E. Proprietor. Business Manager. Editor. 18, Ml TO A Ire. MULTITUDE RICHMOND WEDNESDAY, OCT. t.Vipm.-- . Tli in An who wn.ntfid to defeat me, while taLkiner. for.liBS Margareti.w.;chenai alt., Mr. viMe, and Hon. uichcr Owsley. Palmer;and Buckner, voted the Republicau;ticket: And. sp1pamesls- Cmtchc-- gave ?,x course supper in lionor of li The Richmond Democratic Club we Ultimately find that the men whoare really in earnest?.! Goebel will blossom out just 'before! f?1 fal";nI, ?n Frday nisnt d,mns scored a grand success when it secured in a desire to beat Mr. tbfi elcSction as advocates of Mr. --Tavlor and thev will tell h,einterm,0.1?ottn? Le?P Year Ball. the services, of Hon. J. P. Gregory, vou that while thev would be irlad to vote for' Mr. Brown ' r.L68,11.1 for Ave couples and a County Judge, of Louisville, andtoHon u'ua" ad Letcher Owsley, of Lancaster, r . m . oiicttoiea!!? ............ ........i::::;;.. a 9 . 8 f.W HEBTIXO AN1 RECEPTION COMMITTEE. PCBLISMICDXYElty WEDNESDAY BY Ths Climax Printing IMUUK Co. Cobb, Chairman, Jdo. B. Chenault, R. II. qrooke, James B. J. Tevis Mc- - l'lfilt Y ISA It, $1.50. To Brown Democrats. Intro J need lion. William Jennings Bryan, James B. McCreary Introduced Hon. William Qoebel.H.'lI. Crooke Introduced lion. J. C. 8. Blackburn, J. Tevis Cobb. COMMITTED OK Gentlemen: The Climax entered upon this campaign with regrets ex pressed that it found its duty at vari ance with llio ideal of some of ilf friends, heithorto true Democrats, who AXilOUHCEMBXTS. x'uiiuwiuk iJtr. xiijuii, raus mr uwuei uruuiik uie ne.xi uovernor IO a front of the stand. He spoke very briefly but with characteristic, vigor. Waco, Ky. Oo. especially urced the Democrats to elect a .Lejnslativo ticket that would Jqo. Blackburn to, the Senate. He urged the of Mr. Combs to the , .T , , . ' Hon, J D. Black Stabbed. I i "11 l. iow,errnouse. Having serveu wcu in 1110 i;isi xiegisiaiure anu wnom lie personally knew and esteemed. Hon. R Harris Crooke's introduction was well re- - Hon. James D. Black, the foremost 0 . i i r . .... e juasuHisiKu, uiay county, nas a a..- ceivedln that it was as pretty as it was brief, presenting "the next Governor of Democrat of the mountains, widely new paper, the Sentmoi. Mavitlivn ! qua! long anu exert a good miiuence upon oo Air. Blackburn's address has never been surpassed here. It was a sunerli known and belovc1 for n1' t t. i r i i. n't otf 1,,e(!. was stabbed at Barbourville yes me Bcciiuu in wuicu it circulates. finish to a glorious occasion, too long and too important to attempt to add it to fail to call. p our already crowded report. Unose who heard it will long remember it. Those terday and it is feared badly wounded All." May to ouiot a lTtaKes lon. Dave wno iauea misseu one ot uie granuesi ireais oi uieir lives, jar. uobD s intro as tho knife penetrated the cavity, so Yours Respectful ly, e duction was in all respects worthy of the day and of the great orator whom he said a telegram to Mr. S. R. B. Black, unarue xsronston. uut no will soon quiet himself, until he becomes the presented. e a this place, late yesterday. No.'particti- - most brilliant specimen of erratic a INTRODUCTION OF MR. BLACKBURN BY J. TEVIS COBB. of) ruination in Kentucky. alars.J o ao ruiiiiow wi'iziKKB: i urairo iu uretuut iu yim u ui.in 100 wen Known in latee it is reported that the man f3:.. ?100 e $100 this Nation and State to need an introduction to anv audience a man whn )i Co.. ea always been a friend of the plain, comiuon people; true to their interest and ever wounded is a brother of S. R B Black. The readers of this naner will be oe oval to his political nartv: wnonrtne lj rover u eve anil aclnilniRtintimi nmU. so pleased to learn thnt there is at least Mrs. CobVs Portrait ot Bryan. is w u QU&a&Bg ...a took to. icrush and. destroy and who went through the administration and .en'nin'l ,,loyal to .Inn: wniie tlio people down town were one dreaded disease that science has Sa . l. r . . . . ." . i i.!ii.f..i iu hid out oi inai cuiuehi. iruu iu ni.t tuunuuuiie; itumiiii i.. li. peupiu ami been able to cure in al! its slages, and oo party: so true ann loyai 10 jus party nun nia name is a synonym oi Xomocracv awaiting of Mr. Bryau yes mat is uatarrn. Hall's Uatarrli I tire ) ::: 1 present to yon ttieion. uosepn u. b. xsiacKburn. terday, they were permitted to view a is the only positive cure know: MR. BRYAN'S SPEECH. 9 life-lik- e portrait of the great leader that medical fraternity. Catarrh beii 1L' 21 w w w w w w www W WWWWJS JJWW0lli W a had been executed in oil for the oecas- - cMtlltirtrinl t nisease, requires i,.., con- . t . . .. . have been talkinir constant Ladies and Gentlemen: INTRODUCES MRS. BRYAN. sion by a local artist, Mrs. C. Widney l ure is taken internally, acting directly ly for a"bout three months and my voice is not in ""as crood was given a surprise at the close whon Hon, W. B. Smith led Cobb. The happy idea struck tlie com upon the blood and mucous surfaces of The audience vH HZ M NM MS condition as it has been and you will have to help me a little Mr?. Brvan forwant ana said: "Wo Have enjoyed tlie dehehtful bacon and K"3oe-- : i tarthe system, therybv destroying the tH bring on tho ice cream and cake." Mrs. Bryan bowed and tho mittee to have a portrait of Mr. Bryan Inundation of the disease and giving TUT 0 IK 7iK by being quiet. 1 am grateful to Uov. McCreary for his greens? now I adorn the speaker's stand, and Mrs. tlie patient strength by building up the c.K W. kind words. used to know him when he served in Con vast crowd cneereu to tlio echo. Cobb, who is a great admirer of the Ne- - riinsiiiuuon anu assisting naturo in gress. 1 am glad to visit ins nome. 1 say am glad to visit braskan, volunteered hor services. She doing its work. Tho proprietors have IH-TI- M bov. AlcUreary's home city, and 1 am also glad to visit the "Strike For Your Altars spent only a day but a half upon the eo inucn iaiin iu its curative powers. mat mo oner une city where lived the only elector from the Stateof Kentucky, canvass, and when completed the re ward lor any case Hundred Dotoare re that it fails cure. and Your Mr. Matt Cohen was in Chicago last sult was pronounced a speaking like bend, for list of testimonials Address. nuii. ir. U. amiuij, wno registered nis vote in iavor or my week. Is what you want in iv. H tmnK Had a Smith on near election m ioyo. Appiausei. preference to all Patriotism is always com ness of the most prominent personage by J. uheney 75 l.'o.. To edo. O. Sold druggists. cents. 1. ly every electoral ticket m every State and it seems that Miss Sudle Russell is at home from mendable, but in every breast iu America, Dewev second, McKiuiev Hall's iamily Pills aro tho best, lm Lexington. 'also ran." Smith led the ticket in this State and a man by the name of why you should get Hst there should be not only the Admiral Decy'$ Views. omitn iea it in xexas, aiso. x aon t come nere because you Mrs. J. W. Zaring is at home from destre to be a good citizen, it and no other: need to be instructed in Democracy; you have shown bv Lexington. Admiral Dowey say lie has no amhi gives more heat and 'our presence and by your enthusiasm that you are risrht al Miss Kntio Smith was in Lexington but to be strong, able bodied tion to enter politics Ho says ho is a uses less fuel. is and well fitted for the battle sailor, not a politician, and is willing ready, and you have shown by the jioise that you make that on Thursday. m substantially M Mrs. Neale Bennott anirson are visit life. To do this, pure to live ami die in his present position. cms is a great piace ior sound lungs. Laugnter.J 1 sun built and like a hot ing at Mi. Sterling. pry-wan- t blood ts absolutely neces- In regard to the statement of iiia son A administrtor of Terrv Q. I'ei kins.'I to tell you that the election that atou are gomfir to .air furnace. has uec u., ana agent lor ins heirs at law. Repub have this fall is one of importance: not only to you but to the Mr. Sidney Rowland, of Da!ivillc,was sary, and Hood's Sarsapa- - that lie was a ou a large radiating surlican, lie said that the young1 man did 1 win, on Saturday. rilla is the one specific which party tnrougaout the conntry. Your vote this fall will de here face, which circunot know anything termine who is to be the Governor for the next four years, Jliss Anno Freeman is visiting cleanses the blood thorough politics. As to Aguinaido, lates the air rapidly (Voice "Goebel! Goebel! and rounds of applause.) I think friends at Danville. ly. acts equally well for says he 13 a pretty and heats the rooms that you have already picked him out. Applause. Your Miss Josephine Schmidt is. visiting both sexes and all ages. has not tlio brains and is merely tlie evenly. Itisadouble vote this fall will also determine who is going to be the Sena her sister in Louisville. No Humor " When I need a. blood puri tool of others. The war, lie says, shonld sell at public auction to tho Inchest I tor from the State. (Voice "Blackburn! Blackburn.) Well. Misses Lizzie and Bessie Turley are fier J iake Hood's Sarsiip&ritU. R cured have been ended long ago. lien. Otis uitiuer, uie louowing tracts ol real es from ashes, as it is ' now it iooifs as it you had selected the same men that had visiting friends in Garrard. my humor and is excellent as a nerve has tried to do too much, wanting to tate: carried away by the , . 1st A tract of land, eontainir 59 57-e ri rt vr i i l l a.now, T wouiuiiM Mrs. B. L. Middleton is in Shelby tonic." Josie Eaton, Stafford Springs, Ct. do everything himself, witli the cunt-- e x nau time, to show vou i. Uimuause-- j line, 100 acres, part of Paul IVrkitiR farm. patent ash flue. " quenco that very littlo lias been ac noar vniiey view. iic:iteil on tlie west why every Republican should vote for the Democratic ticket viile, the guest of her parents. has perfect regula- 7ti sido of the it. N. I & 11 railroad. This complished. Rev. John .Reeves, of Winchester, this fall. Applause. I believe that the time has come tion and easy to op- 25t3E is 'Xd productive laud. In tho north 7W was here on business Saturday Applause believe that time has come when the plain peo Primary Election Results. east corner of this tract are 8 town lots erate. The design acres, and also an pie, the producers of wealth, cannot afford to support the Miss Jennie Lackey has returned to Uood't PU1 car IItct ; the The Democratic primary to select candl containing 1 0 mpd of the stove is peralley containing J an aero, Republican party. Applause. believe that that party has Lancaster after visiting friends in this "oply cathartic to tk wltji llood't iUrimrarlU. dates for chief of police, magistrate and coun said lots will he soldof eeparately.which fect. The blacking An Icilmenheld inlUcbmond, Thursday Oct. 12, i) so changed in the last quarter of a century, that in- city. alley ruuning from the 'fates Creek rcanlted as follows: . of the outside facing never burn's off and is pike along tho still house lotto the stead of standing for home rights and equality before the Mrs. James S. Winn, of 'Winchester. this city. A coon CHIEF OF rOLICK bright all the j'ear round. For sale by tract adjoininc, to be used as an outlet hunt by the light of was the guest of Mrs. Lizzie Mil(or, last law, it not stands for the right of the aggregated wealth to LEXINGTON', KY. an. Cy.H. Univ. for and ly purchasers of said lots. the moon was tho feature of the occa J. A. Allman. 108 85 87 use the system ot government for private grain. TApplause.l week. 2nd A tract of land, containiucin all sion. 23 43 J.D. Feeney ,.4l 0 uerry acres, near Valley View. wst 9 22 80 xi A party is only an instrument in the hands of the neonle Mr. Richard Cruise, of Arming, 111 While in ,Louisviilo call on Mr. 175 of the It. N. I &B. railway. This Aiiman's plurality., tract COM ior protecting tueir own rigncs anu guarding their own wel is visiting friends and relatives' at Henry J. Strong at tho "Big Store," for MAOIlTBiTB. is intersected uy a propo.se! countv Panola, fare, and when a party ceases to be useful for such a pur merly the Mammoth Clothing House, D. P. Anner road, now Hticateu In the Madison Cir . 95 . 29 97 Rev. W. L. bhelby, of Irvine, was Market street, between cuit Court, and by this road 52 pose it ceases to be entitled to existence. 63 ,,70 . Applause. , 4th and 5th B. F. Golden Main Richmond, Ky, : ..,. n. 1,1 : .381 n.cres are in one piece and 28 j 0 Armer's fluralily i i, 13 the guest of Rev. H L. Turner, on Sat- - Mr. Tom Moberley is one oi the 124 j. ucueve me xveijuuuixiu iJiiruy nas ceased to nave a acres in another, aiiese pieces will bo COUNCtLMBH. ms v clerks. b NMy My May claim upon the struggling masses, whether they are white or turday. soiu so as to run witn tne center of said . Court . .. ... .1 If I Mjs.K G. Mnth, of Flora, III., is. vis- - Miss bteenbenrcn. of West Vin.ini.i. I Lyman House ,111 Parrlsh uiacK. j. oeneve man me xtepupiican party has forfeited its - - W - - IJIN - Q - - ... . .m . .m " 88 Tlie land will bo one red for iting her parcints, Mr. and Mrs. IV. F. ...i... iaj i... . ...i 75 atoly. ., ... I Jack Freeman i iiu iw right to represent the American people to the world. 25 louav at tlie Charles'Jacob M w sale as a whole, and In senarate lots. Ap Tevis. at Kirksvillo. 1:1 .. 1 Edwin Brown wedding of her brother, Mr. P. I. Steen-borge- n L nnd Thrso lands are fertife, well wateicd, plause, j 13 that in this State the danger is not Mrs. Roy C. V. II. Hobson In and 27 46 anu near a growing town. that the Republicans will to out number the Democrats the Cincinnati, and isWhite Is visiting tho on Saturday Willie Mae I)onny, arrived C. a. Taylor PInrahty Parriah's in g 3rd A tract of 18 evening. The groom aracres located Freeman's Plurality;. danger is that the Democrats, dividing into two bodies, will Christian Convention.attendance on uoiweou mo laies AreeK nun Kifh- rived on Monday. City Hall m .1 ttUU XI lV.llUtU 1 lid n:l Inl.i.lnniMn irfU, lIUHr 1111 not be auie to iurnish enough men to defeat the Republicans. I 111U1IU Cal Maupin 90 i133,, nee Mrs. 73 J35 109 old riiii nouec. iius is a ver ricn.pro- .That is, that our forces divided will enable the Republicans St.Mrs Vernon Beggs,soon toTerrill.'of ren, ofKvan S. McCord and two child B. K. Duncan C. T. Wells 3d visit her -3 Louis, is expected Fairhaven, Washington, acMitiuciivo narcei oi lanu. noar vn fv to win, even though in a minority. Maupin's Plurality........ ' ...35 tract, fronting on 3 aunt, Mrs Lizzie Miller. I will pay the highest mar by Misa Duncan's W. .171 View. West ol this not to talk "to those men who intended Mrs. CI Miller and Mrs. J. Lewis companied ThursdayMary are Bennett. Uniyersity Plurality:.:... I am here to-da-y the pike are 11 lots Which will also be arrived on and tho guests J. ket price for produce of "ind. Ilundred of other to vote for Goebel 1 am here to talk to those men who have Booker and their children were in of relatives. Miss Bennett has been J. B, Utouffer 71 117 sold. 107 W. L. Arnold. 1 .L 43 109 r I r i 4th - A small tract of bottom land of every description. Call uuu lunjuueu to vote ior uoeoei. Lppiausej.i naye no Lexington on Thursday. H.PiRg 85 6S 0. 75 from home nearly two years. p'opular articles at the right 0 acres, adjoining the 17 89 100 atouner's Plurality. ...47 authority to instruct: at Li. T. Wilson's store have no desire that any one should Mr. Robert S. Taylor has returned Kev. Mr. Carpenter, of Christ church acre tract, also lying between Tates Arnold's Plurality. . 31 prices. vote the ticket merely because think he ought to, but as a from a pleasant visit to Mrs. Robert C. this citv. Ipavos rn.1, f,. preea auu'iUBjiiaB. near L. & 1.... n.... r....,I P. and ?i :. acre8,aiso rr. orr.:,J" citizen have a right to tell you why believe every Demo Cunningham, In Fayette. . . n ' tnat get my prices beforegoing vuuveuuonui ins. in the tlereat Capt. Jno. Feeny for I located near Valley View, between crat should vote ior uoebei and the entire ticket. . Applausel. Dr. T. P. and Joe S. Gardner, of Ir church; A thousand miuisters are ex-- 1 ti. rt.-.f Tates Creek and tha Dike, hprrlnninrr vr- zc elsewhere. i- .i. i - .i iNuw, ii yuu wuubl ixj i Know my reasons, oe si tent ior a mo vine, en route to Louisville, stopped ticutey to aitenu. nev: uarpenter Police, tho city will Jose the services .V.i " "LMw " "? near tpa om still Houso. On the P'e, 7.,. west willstoDatNewAmfirirfln T?ni ment and will give them to 3rou. .IT A.- over hero a few hours Monday. of a true and tried officer, one who pob- - Uidn of this trad, am ntntn m Bni.i ii 1 have not come to Kentucky to express any personal Mrs. T.D, Chenault and Mrs. A. C. Mrs. David Martin, nee Mies Teui pie seises all the qualifications that eo to frontinc on tha pike, and like all the ocU8-8A DISPLAY o a"ccss, and adapted preterence. 1 do not express any preference. did not McCown spent Thursday in Lexington, Oldham, of Corbin, is visiting Mrs. J. make up an ideal keeper of the peace. other lo,a easJr building purposes. In our' Broadway show express any preference before the Convention. To me a guests of Mr. and Mrs Preston Eastln C. Chenault. Persons indebted to Mrs. .He is sober, honest, vigilant, coura- 7 OP'FRONT 1'omes and ,t , ATori!,, r. .iiu 6th Four lotB in the town of Vnllov i i ! window you will find a special man is a very little thing compared with a principle. Ap u.m-ddw- a. One of tlie swellest social affairs of has - moreJ effeefi I Sometimes - '.. . ! ,n lint, plause. To me a man is a very little service to his countrv the season was the reception of Mrs. R. ir7 o uimo to... ' " " ,. yuuiiiuro mo uilllieruuK. t i. linnen i. Viuicn inta nra t """ClBlil of ,. . Tl sale' than a displayof brains. Tin-Shir- t n,lcafH t ft M la .1 it leuucuon -tl win not oiocss r it except as he may advance that principle, and a regret R, Burnatn last "Wednesday afternoon or twenty nve uiio 10 uuuofrom all ac- - ujut whothem?ray jno, neeny.aoes pos- - j PlalneJ inat1110 ,iown, 'wuicn wui do ex- - All creditors of and claimants Fronts,. ' tne sale per cent, posscs3 U'ruclie . does not to hnd in this btate people calling each other names and The Stanford Journal says Tom Pee- - UUUUiH Will 1Q. ailOWea estate ot Wm. Williams, dee'd., are hereby . . I - fTl 1l III cpgq n mnnnnn v aF nionlvr virfn an, till XIirCQ HCIVH. JJlorn or MR. nn uuuaeu to presens same legally Tended to the WE, trying to degrade the great question to the level of ney, of this city, ia there assisting bis "niKlLl,ef0.-r"?'- notice is in aqr Miss Wdilo Mao .inni,tn, jar i wo sincerely hone, for the heiiefit of i ,"lle8 i,;ncl1' rr R'e8.0reLk' aBU i i wo uiiir;u. " j xiiia inr in inn vittnon Nrnnrr 'i'twn uncle, Mr. J. 8. Rice, in the railroad of 1 aeccaaeg as princi always give satisfaction. Tin-.- , All Sizes, OCO """'"er il- .. . .1 air. antl Mrs. W. K. Deunv. nnd Mr. I e wnoie pUDiic, tnat Ins successor. I Ann : , nr. , . fice. ",c . .i . 1 want you to understand that the ticket ""rsitiij. aeainsi n. Wllil.ia.iis. r, i i i'i"l'ci ilea iu ub BO "TtSr"' octlWw uo o i HHve ucen accuraieiv survoveel hv Jas. Administrator. have a pure white, glossy sur ji Several Shapes I "package. Louisville now stands for the principle adopted nominated at Mrs. John A. Johnson, of Logana, .Uivix.i,uTOuucij:cii,ui ii vir- in the LouisRinia, aro to ho married today at 1 faithful in tho discharge of his duties T. Hoegs, and which will he fully shown face, and keep ih(0r. shape .t explainii by tlie plats and surveys They are whito metal and ville platform Applause and those principles are Demo- and Mrs. George Ferroll, oKRast Hick o'clock at the First lreshy torian cliurcii 03 ,CaPt. Feenoy. and ir lie shall he, that longtime. Our va' ... cratic principles. Applause. You will find that the peo- man, are visiungj'Mre. 'WS, Jones, on tho pastor, Rev. Jasper K. Smith, of- - ma w"1 receive our heartiest com- - m" , guaranteed to stay white. to the propert ea are indis- titles ple who really want to defeat Mr. Goebel ar.e not going to Maiu street flciafmir. Tliift meudation. our heartfelt trmtiimli.. nn LVDIES' LAUKDIXY "WORK ' ,v" : puianie. 'inoy win ie vote for Mr. Brown they are going to vote for Mr. Taylor. Rev. S. A. Owens, oi this city, and vitatioiw were issued and it is probable 13 no pnvjite end we would gain, no till 1st of January, 1900, sold on credits for one third has acquired an enviable refvanity to w.hicn we now appeal. Tho pi tlie pnrcliase money, and the balance Derisive Cries, had some experience with a bolting Miss Kathryn McAfee, lately of Irvino, the cliurch will bo crowded and twelve will be married tomorrow at Winches- - Dr. C. ESraoot and hrido arrived public weal fs in the hands of the Chief ln two pavments of utation among the fair st , 185K5. ticket in There were some who organized the Gold Itfui KifUs U AH, w.Uh6 both for its quality and pricv. Democratic party, and the representatives of that party tor, at 5 p. in. They will ;reside In last Timrsday night from Louisville, of Police. Mav that chief Itf-nc- b. interest and lien retained where they were married the day be one as shall make our city conspicuous hia aoln ti fuan f o a Ann nnnAnn!. cameoutand made speeches they did notask the people who Richmond. Vauglit, RKUM STEAM LAUNDRY. daughter of Rev. fore. A number of Richmond friends for its maintenance of law and ordr in for investment of surplus capital, in "a I want vour taxes nt. had been Demosrata to vote the Republican ticket, thev Miss Katio ,U1U IUHIIU US in tlio past. In this wish growing town, doing a great business and Warn vou to loolr nut A. Taught, of MaysvIHe, was mar of the groom hoarded tlie train at 0. asked them to vote for the Palmer aiitl Buckner ticket, and ried on AVednesday to Mr. Dorxoy as a mhor point, and where ood r whero is Ihe C. and Schools, churches and business holies tho pfflialty. Your tsiXOS have yet you found When election day came, they nearly all voted Ray, of Pari?, Mre. Will A.Lingford. of, bride who isfor the first time, met tho J IO Urr,nln,..,U .: mi 11 1. at once pretty, BQcjablo Ul.l. iaol . ...! the Republican ticket. Applause. Those who voted the this city attonded the ceremony. .tince and ttrctiire to all. They aret home Capt. Keeny' eucceor, w bid Ge4 wll ToVdodt ii. . ulQtr iviaj-main and broadway, au ami setUO at A dark bay horse, about Palmer aiid Buckner ticket were but, a hand-fu- ll , Jr . in the Miss Anno Crutcher wtertRiaed to their friends at tho Hotel Glyhdoh. ebeed. hands bftr. uune. mm. u. bnuibiuui. ivespt., ISyeartold, come to my place15i Taylor Hire's on Lexqcotox, Ky. who) United States. They amounted to less than one Per reyl!y t "Jloiwlmta. Mian Graham, an exceedingly attrac farm. Speedwell pike, about twelve days ir I If you want thekw to raniiat f rtitii Rtmviw a Vnn.tv a II. Tl. OOIA'Tl? cent of the Ia this State but n few of a," btr pretty wantry fccine, wort aft tive young lady, ol Virginia U riritfun cn.rjf., voie wu wwaoerstw Owner can bave asnc by tilliiip and pii.-.iMtion-.- r: , w, r. K'uoi-ioctll-4- Hct. Mnft re-ele. 1 1 1 1 ceedings, and being favorable first to Ciipt. Stone's candidacy, wo wore at his defeat But the triumph of the party was a primary consideration, and we came homo de termined to support the whole ticket. Since then our zeal has only increased, as wc witnessed the assaults upon De mocracy, directed principally against If we be its loading standstrd-bearc- r. wrong tn adhere to the ticket, it is largely through a habit of supporting the nominees of the party, a habit which most of you practiced with honor up to this hour. Thereforo, we laid aside our disappointment nt 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 truo, then we ask you to answer these questions honestly, frankly, and see whore duty leads you, as wo cariauswer thoin for ourselves in but one way bv electinsr the entire democratic ticket: 1 Shall we j ormit the railroads, the chief political agents of Ilanna and in the South, to.control the Democratic organization and the execu tive, legislative and judicial officers of Kentucky? 2 Shall Kentucky take an immediate and commanding position in the battle against the tiusis? 3 Shall the railrouls nt points bo allowed to tax the shippors. producers and consumers by chaiging exorbitant and discriminating freight rates? 4 Shall Kentucky free herself from the clutches of the school book trust and secure tho same school books just as cheaply as Indiana, West Virginia and other States? 5 Shall we sulfur the State to be ruled four years longer by ignorant, in competent and extravagant Republi cans? C Shall wo send another Republican nonentity like Deboo to the United States Senate for six years, or shall we return Joseph C S lilackburn? 7 Shall we make it possible for Mark llannn to again rob Bryan of tho vote of Kentucky in 1900? Thow, gentlemen, aro the only is sues, and you are being blindly, but willingly diverted from them by the enemy to concentrate your liliim upon bllior matters that they may obtain your votes to defeat your parly. ThatV all thoy wain ! TliaiV uli you can do! They harped on the unfortunate Sauford mailer, notwithstanding Mr. Goobers vindication in the courts and an oiler of Gov. llronn to pardon him before trial. They have dwelt upon Ihe election Ian, though .admitting that the election mniiniiiu-iouuii- i in very county are men of high character, Deinocinis and Republicans Thoy nmgnifi.-"llalliim's lost hut tho court brother" iuin an locoids showed that unfortunate individual to have been imprisoned for an (illuusc lliat had to be exposed to sustain Mr. Goebol's accusation an accusation wrung from his heart by Tlico. Hallam's insinuation that Goe-bel- 's mother was not a virtuous woman a charge, as false as it was brutal; a dirty, lying, cowardly charge that any Itmwn Democrat would have resented with blows, not words. Thoy have talked tho Louisville convention threadbare, but the chief lieutenants of those who oppoted Goebel lime disposed of that irsue. justifying by ai cpiiescilig in what was done the will of the majority. Read the seven propositions above. Ti.ey aie the cardinal issues of thecam-piigUpon your action this year nmy welf.iro of Democracy in l!HW. It is not Goebel wc plead fori led by William li is for our great J ending llrrnn 0. E W. Mc-Kinl. n. II. II. Colyer, Chairman, Jno. Warren, B. F. Crooke, C. I.. Searcy, 8.F. Itock, AbFUh, K Leo Davis, 8am Phelps, C. E. Woods, committee o.t AunasaauEXTS. W. D. Oldham. Chairman, could not eodorso the nominees of the S. Hume, l.ouisvillo oonveiitiun. Having attend J. II. Kennedy, W. C. Bice, William Ilarber, J. C. Lackey, James Poland, II. cd tho convention, wit netted its proJ. C. Chenault. B. B. Million, COMMITTEE OK TRANSPORTATION. P. B. Broaddns, Chairman, J. P. Simmons, N. B.Turpin, T T.Covington, W. It. Letcher. The Climax celebrates Mr. W. J Hryan's visit to Richmond by delaying tho paper a few hours in order that its staff may participate in the exercises, in common with the other thousands of our citizens, as well as to enable us to give our readers a stenographic report of ids Bpeoch as taken down by our representative, Mrs C. Widney Cobb. As the Courier-Journboasts of its exclusive Bryan reports, we thought to get ahead of our metropolitan contem-porat- y by publishing Mr. Bryan's speech here ahead of all the other papers. As this is an accurate report of what Mr. Bryan said here yesterday, procured by ns at extra expenso and labor, we feel sure our readers will appreciate our efforts to do the proper thing on this auspicious occasion. Bain! rain!! rain!!! In torrents at times, in sheets, and in buckets the rain fell yesterday, with but short intermissions from nine a. in.; and at intervals during the speaking it pattered upon the devoted heads of the multitude. Republicans were secretly jubilant, and Democrats were cast down by the wretched weather. As late as two o'clock there were not 500 people in sight. But when Burrell Million threw his voice from the stand in front of the Court Houso, announcing that the Bryan train was speeding "On To Richmond!" the people 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 stnnding room al 10-in- w r i miv. kj under shelter was occupied by ladies . i mi m. Mr. oi In the street, in a T" .1 iV. 1. a 'ii 1 11 v.. me r y r w uennett, Mr.ciid Mrs. ti. notipy mud 4000 men in solid mass wore a xxepuDUCan vote, anu men tuts xvepuuiiuaus packed. The crowd was, patient an nation will take courage and say that Kentucky will be," Re- - W. Evans, Jr Mrs. J. V. Logan, Jr. damp but Democrat! publican m lyUU. Applause That IS the construction ttXXl Tho dance of the whole year proba- And Mr. Million kept them postod( of Will bCplaced upon the VOte OUtSlde Of this btate; but It TOU' blynvasthe Leap Year Ball given by the progress of tho oncoming train, re will elect Mr. Goebel, then it will be known that this Staie is tbo young ladies on Thursday night ceiving cheers nt every announcement. sroinsr to be Democratic in 1900 and you wilL cret hope and m- - ,asl at masonic Temple. The music was as IX THE PAUAI1E. spiration from this to fight the battle of the people. Ap whensuch his only Saxton can provide very best. The'yonng The escort was a pretty spectacle. On plause. hght in this State is between" Goebel and Tax- - ladies al. The surely repaid their gentlemen ten gray horses were ten inarshalia rid lor. "Hurrah tor lioeoei: lioeoei ail tne timeii The .man inn in two's: W. S. Hume, Will Ar-- who votes for Mr. Taylor votes to place a 'Republican in. the friends for past attentions, as the affair from beginning to end was one buckle, William Bates, Dr. Moss Gib years: votes to place in the hands of Republi- effort to please; everyone and studied for surpass son, Bud Dunn, Ben Boggs, Joh chair ii . four j Cii ninas all previous efforts. Everything bore AVagers, P. B. Broaddus, Joe Mitchell cans tne maenmery oi your ouire; votes w piace in Then followed the Richmond Band Of a Republican Governor the authority to. sign the cerfcifi- - the stamp of cultured feminine taste three closed carriages and an omul cates Ol Credentials Of the electors: votes to place 111 the down to tho dainty ball nrwrrammo. bus. The carriage occupied by Bryan Governor's chair a Republican who for .'four years wilL be hvn5ch"werpBpecially engraved ior the Blackburn, Goebel and McCreary was there ready to give credentials to a Republican Senator, if a occasion, me cover was bottle green drawn by Devore's four beautiful vacancy occurs m tne oenate. xnat. is ,what you are re with Leap Year design and letters in white and gold the prettiest used so whito horse with plumes in their garded as doing if you elect a Republican Governor. bridles. The band was in Moberley' A Democrat who votes for Mr. Brown simply aids in the far. was com furniture car, but the music election of that Republican Governor even though he does pletelv drowned by tlie roar ot voices directly. Applause. not vote for him J1. J aa Bryan's carriage hove in sigh TV XT 11 x ou ten me mat, you iire.iuiureawju. in vvuivuiiihiu pnn- rov. j. N. Crutcher, of Paris, Texas, Never since Adam was an infant did vny, me vouveuLiuii.Liiau iiuuuiiateu ivir. urown re- - will preach at at 11 a..m in this city, cipies. cheering sound so terific The tympanum of the car was pained affirmed the Chicago platform and was kind enough to ex- - Sunday next. He is a son of Rev. s me, but my "friends, that is not the way w. Crutcher. by the reverberations of countless press confidence-ivoices elevated lothehighcstipitch. Out to express your opinion oi uemocraiic principles, is not Rev. Mr. Crce, of the Baptist Theo stepped Bryan and his companions, ac in platforms and tickets that you express your confidence logical Seminary, preached at the Bap companied by Mrs. Bryan, and when but in principle. uss cnurcn on aunaay. no made a thev appeared where all could see them there is a man here who believes that he can help very favorable impression. If the air was tremulous with the mighty Democratic principles by voting either for Mr. Jirown or Tho Rev. N. Rryce, of Shelbyviile. cheers that rent it again and again. Mr. Taylor, want to , express it as my solemn judgment h'11 a88'8 1ev. H.N. Faulconor at the The platform was draped in the no man who does it will injure Democratic principles c"fflraiim services m tne becona tional colors; lighted by scores of ciec that the Presbyterian church next Sunday, Oct Applause. trie jets in red, white and blue, and and the chance for its success. All n,!fol tn 1... . .... nrn miict ..... a.. . . k,J Ul. And when 1 express this opinion 1 am not expressing present ...w uvv looking down from above Mr. Bryan was an oil portrait of that great Anieri my own honest opinion; 1 am expressing the opinion of aena Rev. W. H. Kyals of Trenton, Ten can, executed by Mrs C. Widnoy Cobb, tor Jones, the Chairman of the Nationial Committee, and neesee, will preach at the Baptist of this city. uovernor fatone; oi Missouri, wno stands next to Jones on On the stand were Mr. and Mrs ulic ax cciuua a. coo uuc cjuuuuu ui wie evening, October 29. Ho has been fif- Brvan, J. C. S. Blackburn, Governor iNationai committee, uiat a victory ior lioeoei will neip uem- - teen vears Kervinir tho phnrrh m Tmn. Goebel, Goy. McCreary and wifo. Hon ocratic principles. . But my friends I need not dwell on this ton, is,an eloquent, earnest and popular l J i and Mrs. W. B. Smith, Miss Margaret II suoject: you are so unanimous now tnat xnere is no needt oi preacher, W. Chenault, Mrs C. W. Coob, Hons my talking further about it. Applause. I am going to J. Tevh Cobb. R. Harris Crookc A ii iWnr w V"T n,r vxlwuci ,"; von what would hft the rsiilr, Present nr:. Uraham. Mr. J. . dress them last Thursday night. Mr.Nnw n mwsiey's reputation as an orator 'Bauii, 1 V .T ivi.i. m ii t u vuwj j.iyiu,i tun gu uuu uwuiu uuc wuuwyaa r',""''5'! aiiss, tiood. Thompson; ceded inouie; iur he added to it the dash It. lt oflWl t.Vir. t ' J i T .n,m ue""ul ".ur 28 were: Miss : . B. . . .. pre- 99" FILL" 11 '9 S3 a o eo a 0 9 him-an- 1 - I d miss-mar- vood-humore- -- - -- 1 I RELIGIOUS. Pond-Ohurc- J 1 - n it ani courage of an old campaigner. His speech was replete with line points, full of humor, and was frequently punctuated by applause. His tribute to Gov. McCreary and his peroration, a uoquet to ttie laihes, were especially good. Of Judge Gregory little was known here save that he was the Democratic County Judge of the great connty of Jefferson. True he was recommended by our friend, Allen E. Smith, Secre- tary of the Jefferson county campaign committee, as one of the best speakers in Louisville. Rutins official station bespoke qualities of mind and heart tnat rendered him drawing card for the occasion. Briefly described. Judge Greiiry's 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 he seek ing to know and to do the right. This idea pervaded his entire speech, nnd . a... . The Biggest, Brighsest and Best Bisplaylf Don't fail to stop in and seewhatwehave. Wash Fabrics, Outing Flannels, light and dark ground, solid colors, stripes and checks, extra' heavy fine quality, at 10c per yd. Good values also at 5 and te a o o a o o o 9 0 0 o o 3 0 0 80 "49 0 Oft .. 3 a 8 0 8 0 0 O 8c. 8 09 t ot... . Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels, good quality, solid white, pink and olive, at 35 and 49c. e 8 8 09. 0 ts a 98 to SKIRTS Ladies' Outing Underskirts, 39 inches long, 2 yds wide, 25c. Net Fleeced Lined Skirts at same price. Black Net Skirts 50e. " eo of) "8 08 09 0 KNIT UNDERWEAR. te to eo oo 08 08 01 tit t8 to to to I so., de. o.... Good warm garments, vests 19, 25 and 50c. Union Suits 25, 50 and 99c. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. V.VJ. im b V. 1 Just mmi,,. c-v- pl wju. come and inspect them. See the bargains in these winter coverings. Prices extremely moderate. A nice good size blanket, 49e and up. SILK WAIST PATTERNS. 'to 08 .90 83 '.-9- to to ? to 00 to S) 0 . A . m i Messrs. Win. Harber, of Red House. (who' shook Bryan until tho latter'i teeth chattered), Thomas Ellis, Henry 1$. Dillingham. K H. Ballard, of Paint l.ick, and a dozen other local citizens in addition, were HonUrey Woodson National Committeeman, Editor Sew- ell, of London, ICy., several correspond ents of Eastern papers and tho CourierJournal. J. lie latter is the only paper in Kentucky that has attempted to print Mr. Bryan's speech on this tour, and it reports every word he says. enthusiasm don't 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 select a Senator and that Senator will vote for six J'ears to come. That benator will serve through the entire adminis- tration that will be elected m 1900 and I want you to be sure to see to it that Joseph Blackburn is elected Senator from this State. ii you win rou up a large majority ior the uoebei 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. add just one more word: I want to say to you that in your LOCAL. Brouston Saturday Nioht. JUDflE j p. aiiEcionv. PJain and fancy, a variety of color and styles, every piece new, the very best at the price. Splendid values. lO eX ' 4I oo Hon. j. uronsion wmspeaicat tne Court lloute on Saturday niRht, at 8 C,0CK. on 1110 issues ot uie present campaiBti, and in opposition to Goebel vj. Strayed GOV. McCUEARY'S INTRODUCTORY SPEECH. Tliis is a conspicuous, splendid, and occasion. We hav with us the gallant and gifted, the tried and true statesman and patriot who should uo, and who, 1 believe, will be the next President oi the United States. Accompanying him are two Democrats whom we delight to honor the next Governor of Kentucky (applause) and the next United States Senator from Ken tucky. Tile hearts of nil Democrats who are present y must throb witl pride and pleasure and this vast assemblage proves theentliusiasm, earnestness and graiiueaiion ol tho people. In all ages and in all countries every great crisis has had its great leader,and in our republic tins is especially true. When Freedom and Independence needed a champion, commander, and hero, ijoorKe Washington was ready to commence his splendid and successful career. When national liberty, popular goverment, and equal rights demanded a leade and defender; Thomas Jefferson came to the front and was equal to their de mands. When honest, economical government, true patriotism, and the rights oi the people required a man ot Intlextnie purpose, indomitable courage, and up right principles, Andrew Jackson was there to do his duty. When Democracy demanded a great champion, when bi metalism needed a great advocate when Monopolies, Trusts. Militarism and Corruption were exeriiug their baneful and destructive influences throughout our country, a leader worthy of the Democrat ie party, equal to the crisis, and fully equipped for the great duties that de volved upon him. stepped to the front the distinguished scholar, matchless orator, and fearless Democrat whom I now introduce to you, Hon. William Jennings Brj-aLong applause. to-da- From the premises of c. ii. Cov ington in Richmond, Saturday last, a black mare, with small star in forehead. Will bo thankful for any information given R. C. II. CouinRton, this cify, or to Hie I. M. Scrivener, He r. rendered effective all lie said. Mr wan applauded, but tho attention he re ceived was remarkable and although the speeking began at 7:45 he held the audience until ten o'clock. Judge Gregory not only aided the Democratic cause but elevated himself and set a high srandard for speakers bv his thoughtful, argumentative style, with out appealing to prejndico 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 compelled to shako hands with many who remained after the speaking. o... ex.. RIBBONS. so 08 08 00 00 a oo Fine all silk ribbons, in tho new color effects, for neck and belt, 25c peryd. e.. da. sa. Sa.. 9a. Eancy figured creton per yd. 8i, 10 and 15c. Ploor Oilcloth in different widths and patterns. Qlark's Thread, 3 spools for lOcts. E-Do- ..to e9 OO 0 08 00 08 09 0 co eo 90 eo eo ?8 59 ) 9ft Sa. a.. Ca. sa.. a. v wri i if , - mil r ..to .eo mm I the-arriv- I 11. 1 "f,s(','aaslloottitStaatI' ' I I PERSONAL Fires." i otners. reasons It of PublicSale. 'v It ore 7 dyed-in-the-wo- ol It It Tuesday, 0.1, 31, 1833 heatei. dirt u I It CiFiBroi mm I 25-10- I 111 g I to-da- v, , . 83-10- Tottery, t ui 34-1- 30-10- i IB 11 s Street, i 1 4. nh' 60-- m m m m uut ,,.... uiuiii-ui-iion- 60 80-1- TVT 'Mm V Mi! " . J.J ""I T ,i ...115 I . 33-10- I I I nl flroiJi)d the Corner I nomnrt:.nn ..,.'....., !, 6oo NrRHi", i. L,. GOTT. w I .r; 1 r; ,r Creditors' ITotice y I . Spoor? ai)d Forte, I hae t- . 1 I t- Tl-n- nv ... LAtjQER ln.iri J M ice to. I hm, - "11!."!? C.F.BroweiiCo Jjox-ingto- n. S i vots. therwere lt Wda4y rrX onr W - I T Ada. v17ll a,,"loA W -w Estray Horse! - Putin. IFYOU WANT Boots 34 INDUCEMENTS and Shoes. I I Wi leekwe&r Ever Stows in To see the most stylish line of Ladies', a nil Men's Shoes for Fall and Winter, you are looking for our store. Our Fall Stock was never more complete. We arc prepared io fill your wants. Our styles and prices arc sure to p'ease you. We invite you to call and see the new styles and get prices. nt Dint AT THE. this t NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. We take it as a favor for you to call and look at our goods. We guarantee to save you money on every purchase. ' We carry a full line of Hats and Men's Furnishings, and can show you the Newest and Latest Things. Call and see us before buying elsewhere. Busy Bee Cash Store, t- - C BJL. 0J- - ?Ls- - ?A ttlfi. Hi ft fli a Ra RIGE & ARNOLD n j. r a r. . (SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) . . .. .. .. .. The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers; also as a drawing card for the purpose of giving 3rou some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock. The beauty of our Dress Fabrics, which show the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France, England, Germany, Switzerland and America. ... . 9 a nrsnni c rriyiuiHiifHnu OF ECONOMY! snnni 9 The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. OCT. IS, Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Hon. W. B. Smith epoko on Monday. 1899. Wo havo- some special prices tin A Cincinnati Cim has purchased the vehicles for the next 30 days. Also 1 old McBraver dlstillery.at Mt. Sterling. McSherry wheat drill at a bargaiu. the price paid being f 07,r00. HioaiNs & Luxon. All Will Remain. Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an enormous stock of goods to select their fall purchases from as we are now showing. Shelves, counters, Ledges and even the very floors, upstairs and downstairs, are creaning and groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them. Not a single item in this great store, in this enormous stock of goods, nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a mers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. DRESS GOODS. We are very fastidious about our Drees Materials; they must be of tne most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance, which is tho harmony of good taste. We are offering a line ol beautiful mixtures, double width and pretty and stylish for lOc per yd., worth 39. We are showing the handsomest Hue of Crepons in the market this season. Prices from 20c per yd. up: the fine imported weaves that go out freely at $2.43 per yd. Wo nro showing a complete line of Venetians, Broadcloths aud all weaves adnpted to tailor-mad- e suitings. Our prices quoted on these lines 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. Western Cities have been culled by our buyers and not a stone has been left uuturncd to make this the Banner Department of our store. All the new Jackets. Golf Capes, Children's Jackets, &c, that are iu favor this season we are showing and our prices suit everybody. You can buy a handsome Silk Lined Jacket or Capo from us at the same price a cheap ono would cost you elsewhere. Don't fail to visit our Cloak Department, look through it, see many now things. whether you want to buy or not. Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait on you. All Domestic Goods, are being wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of. You can save money on each and every item purchased in this Department. Good Calicoes that make nice comforts and dresses are only per yd. All best brands Indigoes and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells them. Good Canton Flannel 5c. Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c. An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home dresses 8Jc por yd. Good Percales 5c, better Percales "Jc per yd. Red Flannel, heavy twilled, 15c per at Irvino FOR THE FALL AND WINTER SEASON IN MEN'S AND BOYS Sj.svVa WE are CLOTHING riphtlv-niadoabsoluti- ly e, all-wo- ol ar wear-resiitino 3 prepared to clothe you with tlio Lowest-PriceHightly-madClothing in America as it Is of the famous "Vitals" Brand, tho only Ready-to-VcClothing Tailored on a strictly scientific basis in clean, well venti1) era use lated workroom. I'orfect lifting and tho inside, tho "Vitals," tho very life of the garment is carefulness in makiin; represents tho expenditure of time and thought, and is a iWidcd contrast to tho tailoring seen in ordinary Ready-tWear Clothinc- - The Fabrics we show are of the very newest designs that mill be seen this season. Many coutined exclusively to us, in tho f.ice of the above facts. The most extraordinary feature combining onr great offerings is, that we can and do THAU sen onr uiommg ai less money ELSEWHERE. 1 mm e How can wo nlTord to sell such Clothing for less money than elsowhere? Our answer is pure and simple: Ours is a modern store, constructed strictly on progressive plans, our Clothing is sold on the smallest margin of profit, dependiug on a large volume high-grad- of bllMIiCSS. 3 The more Clothing we sell, tho greater our purchasing power, l. the lower our prices, that's tho story in a, nut-shel- Covington & Mitchell. ' wIh-- I What's in a name?" Everything, Digcstos you come to medicine. When cure all forms of Dyspepsia. It is not (! Hood's Sarsnparilla you get the what you eat, but what you digest that bv-- t money can huv. gives you health and strength. 25c In Flenvng, John Moody severely cut at all druggists. o i r.ij Ins 'la.-. tennant, Ed Daily, half bare. of his Some people run as easily as the color iu red bunting. Of The New. Our Fall Mi are Coming ii cialties, besides exclusive General Merchandise. Bigger and bettor than ever before. AH our famous spe- 'ack Goods. In this department is to be found the largest, handsomest and most varied assortment of Black Goods ever brought to this market. We have just opened another line of Blistered Cre-pon- s, beautiful designs, in both Silk and Mohair. A full line of Lupin's Cheviots, the best Cheviots made. Broadcloths, Vene'tian Prunella "We take Cloths, Wool Poplins and Serges. pleasure in showing these goods whether you wish to purchase or not. We quote a few prices: 40c All wool Henrietta GOo All-wool 75c All-wo- ol Sponged Cheviot Henrietta worth 50c worth 75c 85c quality New lines of Felt and Stitched Cloth Walking Hats, handsomely trimmed. These are $1.25 $1.50 the very newest things for traveling and early fall wear. A new line of stylish Felt Walking Hats and Rough Kider effects, in pearl, pray with white scarf and quill, worth $2.25 and $o An ultra stylish Cloth Hat, Bough Rider effect and walking hat. Be sure and inspect these, ' as they are very exclusive. BARGAINS. THKY ARE SEE OUR 53. COTTON TOWELS, OUT OF TOWN ORDERS. If you. ore in need of Millinery or anything in Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes or notions, write to us for samples or information, which will bo cheerfully given, as we have correspondents to answer such letters. CLOTHING.' Wo hav rpppivrd onr cnmnlete stock of Men's and Chil dren's Suits and'Ovorcoats, which we will ho pleased to show our customers, Boy's School Suits selected with special consideration for strength and durability. Thousands comingln ranges of quality suitable for all classes. .Stylo and neatness are a part of overy one of them. SHOES Our stock of Shoes vite au inspection. i3 larger than over, Wo in- - ,2 Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, AGENT FORMcCALL PATTERNS. R. P. Fox sold two of Dr. Hooker's And you'll be all right In the morning. colts for $1,100. Others were sold at tent nnd popular and well acquainted Republicans of the Fiteenth Sena Rood prices. with the roads patrons nnd hare worked torial district nominated Capt. A. otTutt faithfully for its interests. Alvin Ebtes and family, of. for State Senator. Garrard county, has moved to They Named a Winner. Richmond, says the Lancaster Record. The Democrats of Powell and Estill of The English "Society for Prevention Consumption" presided over the A free lecture to ladies only will be counties havo nominated Charlie W Prince of Wales, was recently addetsed given In the Second Presbyterian Miller, of Irvine, to beat Will Lilly.tho bv Sir William Rroadbenr, who stated church ndxt week. Date named later. Republican candidate for tho Legisla- that it was definitely known that every ture. Mr. Miller is a graduate of Ken- case of consumption began with a germ Subject, "How to Secure Health." communicated from some other case. tucky Wcsleyan and Is a very brilliant There is no such thine as inherited We have some special prices on young man. There is no one more consumption. There may be local weakvehicles for the next SO days- Also 1 popular and although there is a majori- ness which tends to consumption, but McSherry wheat drill at a bargain. absolutely to be planted ty against him, his friends predict he the germ hasspot in that weak before consumption Hiooi.ns & Luxon. will win. Winchester Democrat. can ensue. This ought to comfort Four hundred choice, pure bred thousands of people who havo "weak An old Man's Fatal Injury. clients" or "weak lungs." They are Plymouth Rocs cockerels and pullets After going to press last Tuesday not foreordained victims of this dread for sale at 50 cents each or$5 nerdozen. is bid absoThey will cost you $1 each after Dec afternoon we heard of the fatal injury disease. All that thisneeded toscourge, is to deadly that had just befallen Andrew Wallace lute defiance to strengthen 1. Jijigs, 15 for 60 cents. to bo able the Jarman, an aged citizen, near Berea. lungs, and build up a strong body.weak Mas. H. II. Colveh, The He was engaged in constructing a answer to this need 'is found "in Dr sept20-t-f Richmond, Ky. bridge when the end of a huge lever Heree'K Golden Medical Discovery. It Fourteen students from Kentucky was suddenly released striking him In so purifies the blood and increases the University have been inoved to the the abdomen. Death ensued within supply, that disease is thrown off", and the weak organs are nourished into perGood Samaritan hospital. All are twenty-fou- r hours. Deceased was 70 fect health, which defies germs of every seriously ill with typhoid fever. Two years of ago, related to Capt. P. P. Bal- kind People, given up by doctors, of them are from Australia: the others lard, this city, and was a highly es- emaciated, bleedine at tho lune. with obstinate, lingering coughs, are being from different States. It is pathetic teemed citizen. curen every aay Dy tne use ot "Uokien for these young men to bo 111 with this Aledical Discovery." It is a strictlv Democratic Speaking Appointments dreaded disease so far from home. temperance medicine containing no al W. R. Letcher, A. C. Wells and Sam cohol, whiskey or other intoxicant. Lexington Gazette. Tudor, at Race Track Thursday night, John Young, aged 106 years G months For Sale. October 19, at 7:30 p. m. and 12 days, died at Bowling Green. A blacksmith stand and house and Jesse Cobb and Sam Tudor at Boggs lot near Kingston. For further partic- School House, Saturday night, OctoDuring the winter of 1897, Mr James Reed, one of the leading citizens and ulars call on or address ber 21. D D. Pesnixgtok, J. C. Chenault, Jesse Cobb and W. merchants of Clav, Clav countv.W. Va . 6ept27 lm Kingston, Ky. R. Letcher at 3 p. m. Wednesday, Octo- struck his leg against a cake of ice in ber 18, to the John Warren Democratic such a manner as to bruise it severely. Lost. It became very much swollen and club. badly A handsome double case, stem-win- d J. Tovis Cobb, J. C. Chenault, W. R. pained him sothe aid that he could not walk without of crutches. He ing gold watch, with the letters, W. Letcher, Newby, Ky., 7:30 p. m., Wed- was treated by physicians, also used W, B." engraved on case. A liberal nesday night, October 25. several kinds of liniment and two and ahalfgollons of whisky in bathing it, Rousing Speeches last Week reward will be paid for return of same but nothing gave any relief until he to this office or One hundred and thirty-fiv- e farmers lpean nsintr Chamberlain's Pain Balm. spt20tf A. T. &IEXAUI.T. heard tho speeches of Hons. W. B. This brought almost a complete euro in Smith, R. 1L, Crooke and J. Tevis Cobb a week's time and he believes that had Large Farm Sold. at Red House, on Saturday afternoon to be be amputated. Pain Balm is for sprains, bruises and rheuMessrs. Luther Hnden, James and A fine audience listened to Mr. Smith Thomas. Lewis Neale have bought of Mr. J. J. and J. Talbbtt Jackson In the evening matism. For sale by Perry &oct4-lEinbry his farm on the Jack's at Kingston. Mr. Smith's speech was Don't forget that an ounce of silence Creek pike. Tho on tho west one of his best. is better than a pound of explanation. side of of the farm belongs to Mr. Ha- Jesse Coljb spoko at Bearwollow den. flood News for Onr Headers. Saturday afternoon and that night at Waco he and Messrs. J. W. Wagers, J. Paint Lick's Paper. Who have scrofula taints in tlioir Paint Lick had to have a paper since Tevis Cobb, R. H, Crooke and Dr.tWood, and who has not? Scrofula in the correspondent of the Climax, Dr. Hobson made rousing speeches to the all its forms is cured by Hood's Sarsa- parilla which thoroughly punfips the Carl Fish, left for Chicago. The En Democracy. blood. This disecse which frequently The Great Christian Jubilee appears in children. Is greatly to be terprise ie edited by Dr. C. Ed Poyntx. It most likely It is a very creditable sheet, 50 cents Among those from this place who at- dreaded. the is neck, which to affect the ulands of become en per year. tended the Christian Church Jubilee larged, eruptions appear on the head at Cincinnati, were Mrs. Ellen Gibson, and ace, and the eyes are frequently New Wall Paper House in Richmond, alfected. Upon its'iirstappearauce.per- The drucr firm of Perrv & - Thomas Miss Anne , Dejarnette, Mr. N. B. haps in sliuht eruptions or nimnlcs. Deatherage and wife, Mr. G. W. Pick-el- s scrofula should be entirely eradicated has installed a perfectly beautiful linn and wife, Rev. W. R. Lloyd and from the system by a thoroueh course ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. P. M. Pope. There were of Hood's Sarsaparilla to prevent all Leeds, a skilled artist, to ham; and wife, Mr. probably forty thousand delegates. On the painful and sickening consequences decorate rooms to suit all tastes and sores which Sunday all the pulpits of. Covington, of running scrofular strength and drain purses. No trouble to show goods. tho system, sip the mike Newport and Cincinnati werelllled by existence utterly wretched. lm aug23-t- f visiting ministers of the Christian When you hate a man, cither fight For Sale. church. Ono hundred and ten deacons nothing. Extra fine balled timothy haj', and a officiated, among them being Mr. P him or say , Thousands of the m st stubborn and lot of extra nico clover and timothy M. Pope, of this city. distressing cases of piles have been mixed. Have also for sale two or three Lancaster People lo Stop the Train. cured by Tabler's Buckeyo Pile Oint cows and fivo weanling fine milch The totirof Mt, Bryan through the ment It never fails to cure. Price 60c calves. All good stock. Call on or iu bottles, tube 75 cents. Perry & State was made 'tvitli a distinct under- Thomas. oct4-lG. J. White & Son address.. standing that he was to make only six Richmond, Ky. Some people are mighty "independspeeches per day. The good town of Lancaster was not included In the list ent" in their ways who have no reason Attention, Democrats " to be. Hon. Napoleon B. Hays, of Pincville, of Btopping places, yet they weio bo de will address the Richmond Democratic termined to see the great leader thnt Sal Blood Cure- Free. Club, tomorrow, Thursday, at 7:30 they have hit upon a scheme that will Eating Sores, Tumors. Ulcers. Can Mr, Hays is one of the leading Demo ensure ids pause at that place. The cer of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck, crats of the Bloody Eleventh and Record says : "If Mr. Bryan does come oreast, btomach, i,egs, or Arms, are through 1 Jincaster our people will stop all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood knows some things that Balm), made especially to his train here whether it wants to stop cure all which isBlood Diseasesought to hear. terrible - Per or not." Whereby we infer they will sistent Sores. Blood and Skin BlemCompliment to a Young Man. assemble and try to butt the engine ishes, Snofula, that resist other treatMr. Leslie P. Evans, of this city, has ($rthe track, iu which patriotic under ments, are qnickly cured by B. B. B. accepted a flattering offer to come to taking we hope they will bo successful. ( Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, Pimples, Red, Itching Eczema, Scales, Irvine and supervise tho opening of the BIIs:ers, Red orBrown Patches, Blotches, ' Why Bronston Boiled. books of the new bank just started in Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc., are all due White Hall, Ky. to bad bloodr and hence easily cured that place. Mr. Evans, who is a son of Mr. Chas. J. Bronston, by B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison Dr, Geo. V.Evans,iB employed with tho literally driven from the system by B. Lexington, Ky. Slate Bank & Trost Company, of this B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), iu one to city, and his selection for the import- Dear Cholly If I Relieved there were five months. J3. B. B. does not contain ant work assigned him is a compliment just grounds for your latest flop I would vegetable or mineral poison. One bot bo alarmed for Goebel's success. But tie will test it in any case. For sale by to his integrity and ability. Large bottles I have decided that you have been to druegists everywhere. 51, six for $5. Send for a free sample Another Chance to Register. Europe and just want the world at bottle, which will bo sent by return City voters who were sick, absent or largo to know it, so you take this mall. When you write, describe sympprevented by other justifiable reasons method of notifying an anxious public toms, and personal freo niedical advice will be given. Address Blood Balm Co , from registering two weeks ago, will where you have been and where you 438 MiU'hell street, Atlanta, Ga. have another opportunity, as by law are now 'at." If you will tell us july20-ly-r county clerk has assigned Novem- where you will be on November 7, it the Uneasy lies the head that wears a ber 1, 2 and 3 for that purpose. Such wil! relieve us from guessing. Try and political bonnet in which a large-size- d voters should appear at tho clerk's of- itick this time." bee is continually buzzing. fice oil any of tho above days and regis YourFoxtown Friend, ter, or they cannot vote during the For all fresh cuts or wound?, in s Jas. E. Evans. either the human subject or in animals, P. next twelve months. Hurrah for Gnebell as a dressing, Ballard's Snow Liniment Miss Bollie Williams Wtds, is excellent: while for sores on work Irvine's New Postmaster one ol Fourteen ing horses, especially if slow to heal, or ' Brothers. Richmond friends heij-'with suppurating, its healing qualities are Thomas Wallace, brother of Postmas- pleasure the news of the in jjrlage of tin equaled. Prico 25 aud 60c. Perry oct4-lter Wallace, of this city, was appointed Miss Dollie Williama, of jlsxington & Thomas. postmaster at Irvine to and Mr. R. E. Burnett, of oton. The on Thursday If you want to return Blackburn .to succeed Bert Powell. Thus two broth. gruum reueiveu a so.wu cnectc as a the Senate, vote the Democratic ticket. ers hold similar positions under Uncle wedding present. The bride formerly Nature can only feed tho ilame of life Sain. As there were fourteen brothers taught music at Madison institute. The wirti the food eaten which indigested and all arc Republicans, their re Lexington Gazette says of her: in all, Herbine will a weak "While we rejoice at the good for- stomach, and so improve digestion as ward is no greator than their deserts. tune wo mourn her loss for no sweeter, to insure uie natural Dioom ol tioaltli. yet vote. Tho two sistew oct4-l& fairer bride has evorj-oii- o forth from Price 60c Perry Thomas. Best Ever Here. our midst, and loving friends will Ions' He (after the fourteenth round)- Tho largest and best circus ever in hold her in kindly remembrance, and "How I love to dance!" She "Then Richmond, Forcpaugli & Sells Bros.i waft earnest prayers for her happiness I should think you'd learn," exhibited here Monday. There were and welfare. Tho .wedding presents "Beds are Frlls, 500 horses, 050 people, 50 wagons in the were most beautiful the grooiuJs to tho is not what Wordd parade besides the entire menagerie. bride being a sunburst of pearls and wo say, are but leaves." It gnrsaparilla but what Hood's Everybody was there except Billy Pat diamonds, including a chettk for a very noes that teiis tne story, rue manv terson who was struck bv an idea large amount which was turned over wonderful cures effected by this medithat he would act pecuiixr and remain. to the b'rlde besides those frolii friends cine are the fruits by.wtitcl) j should judged. The$ prove, k ii be tho otvay. Mr. Frank O. Miller, tho press here tlio grodm received hundreds' of be great Unequalled remedy for dyspepsia, representative, is worth his weight Ml costly presents which of necessity were rheumatism, scrofula, salt r.hum, cagold, and the Company should be left nt hiS houieiu Boston where the tarrh and all other ailments lo to impure or inipaverisbd blood. proud of him. He can get our services happ'y courile wilt commence ho auy time. There ware fcrdbbly 10, imm&liRlelr oti thtir return at )4to4't riH r Mirr4aUttt tclhl, 000 oQopte la totrm I iron, uitir uruiai ie ifttun," tflwtivi FJat-wood- s. 100-acre 200-acrm 1 - The entire force on the R. N. I. & B. R. R., from General Passenger Agent Browning down, will bo retained by the now company, purchasers of the R. N. 1 & B. R. R. They are all compe- Just before retiring. Hd sluggish, out ot tune and you feel dull, bilious, constipated, take a dose ol If your liver Is Pills OUR CLOTHING all-wo- ol Department is the talk of the entiro connty. We are selling good suits for men at $2 48; Men's good heavy Cassi-mer- e Pants 75c a pair. Our line of Children's Knee Pant Suits is vory complete. We are showing all tho new things in favor this seaspn Our Men's Boy's and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high on our counters and every garment is a bargain. You can't ask for anything in the clothing line that we don't handlo frnui the cheapest to the finest. Get our prices before buying elsewhere. We are showing an Elegant Lino of Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, Rugs, &c, in our Carpet Department. These goods are new fall importations, no old carried over goods. Our prices in this department knock out all competition. While in the Carpet Department ask to see our Oilshades and Lace Curtains, we havo a choice selection for this fall season. BOOTS AND SHOES. . The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves nnd ledges has forced us to use our knife in this department and we have cut to the heart in every line. We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes. Ladies' Fine Shoes. Ladies' Work Shoes, Men's Eino Siioes, Men's and Boy's Boots ami everything to be s found in a shoe store, and prices we aro naming on them are moving them out in Bags, Carts and Wagons. Don't wait to get your shoes, como now. We are agents for the ''Regina" Shoo, it is made on all the new style lasts and it is the best S3 00 shoe for ladies in the market. Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes. first-clas- Wo have the best selected line of Ladies' Children's and Men's Undor-ea- r that will be shown you this season. Our Ladies' Union Suits at 2."ic eacli are worth 50c. Children's Vests heavy winter weight from 10c up. We aro selling spieiuiid .Mottled Ladies' Ribbed Vests and Pants 15c. Flannels in gray, red and blue at 8Jc Men's Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests and Pants 2oc each. per yd. Good Jeans 10c per yd. Good Bed Ticking 5c per yd ; Best We nro agents for Tho Amorican Bed Ticking 10 and 12c per yd. Best Lancaster and Amoskeag Apron lidy Corset. The best feeling and most stylish corset used. Every CorGingham 5c per yd. Nico Dress Gingham 5c per yd; Bet- set warranted. ter grades 7 aud 8Jc per yd. Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are Get our prices on Trunks, Valises, CLOAKS AND WRAPS. being wrapped up at very low prices Hats and Caps, Umbrellas. Ladies' great in order to make room. Bring your Underskirts, Ladies' Dress Skirts, &c, We have one ontire room inouf Btore devoted to our Cloak and Wrap wagons and load them up, they wont be we will save you money and show you All the Eastern and as low again this season. Department. the best line in the city. "We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain Mart. The best the market both east aud west affords to be had here at prices within the reach of everyone. Bring your wagons as you will buy so mauy goods when ydXi leave the low prices we are naming that your buggy wont hold them. W. OLDHAM N MPANY . C3 RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN S .. -- sS Jillll 10th of December. 1S97, Rev. Tlnnnlinn nnstnr M " Soutii, Pt., Pleasant, W. Va., contract ed a severe cold which was atrcii'ieu On A the Every Republican in tho Legislature bill. voted against tlio anti-trust from the beginning by violent congh- ,n Aflnr rpsnrtinp to a Itu env' 'specifics,' usually number of kept in tho house, to no purpose, I purchased a bottle of Chamherland's Couch Remedy, which acted like a charm. I most cheerfully recommend it to the public." For sale by Perry A octl-lThomas. racist rtf Bflinn1t,AnVa It ... ii. ,.n,f reduced, vote the Democratic ticket. Tlirimptn Inns nf nnnltito. flatulency and nausea are all connected with dyspepsia or indigestion. Herbine will give prompt relief. Price 50c. Perry m and Eczema. Tetter, The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed Eye and by applying Chamberlain's Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally cfBcieut for itching piles and a favorito remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bite? and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Ithcum That Joyful Feeling With the exhilarating sense of and strength and internal cleanliness, which follows the use of Syrup nf Figs, is unknown to the few who l"ave not. progressed beyond tho old time medicines and the chea p substitutes sometimes offered but never accepted by the well informed. Buy the genuine. Manufactured by the by the California Fig Syrup Co. . lth Thomas. White's Cream Vermifuge is a highly valuable preparation, capable. from tho promptitude of its action, of clearing the systom in a fow hours of every worm. Price 25 cents. Perry anil oct4-lg m Bracelet-wearin- men are said to be on the increase. Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad & Thomas. oct4-l- m Tonic, blood purifier and condition. vermifuge. They aro not food but medicine and the best in rise to put a horso in prime condition. Price 25 lenta per packagd. "I wish to express my thanks to tho manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, and for He who does many things correctly Choleraput on Diarrhoea Remedy,wonhaving the market such a and makes ono rrror, will hear only of derful medicine," savs W. W. of Beaumont, Texas. There aro tho error. many thosands of mothers whose chilThe most stubborn cases of Bron dren havo been saved from attacks ot chitfs succumb to Coussen's Honey of dysentery and cholera infantum who Tar. Price 23 and 50 cents. Perry & must also feel thankful. It is for sale oct4-lby Perry & Thomas. pet 1 in Thomas. Mhs-singi- ll, 4-- (80 MR lLISTEN!t IF YOU WANT THE a BEST BOOTEE, in Ruttrar and Calf line!, O m The BEST CALF BOOT a Fo.i LadiesV&isscs' mid Children's. ' The best felt BOOT. THE BEST SHOES m The best sum BOOT. The best UNDER WE All. Tlfelfelt HAT or CAP. The best GLOVtf, on the miireTfw the least money call on DOUGLAS. WSHT& CO., 207 WEST MAIN STREET. wr THOUGHWOMEN TfrtiYafnViU ham, until I found myself unable to attend to my ' household duties. I had had my days of not feeling well and my monthly suffering, and a good deal or. backache, but I thought all women had these T- things and did not complain. "I h'ad doctored for some time, but -no medicine seemed to' help me, and my physician thought it best for me to go to the hospital for local treatment I ha read and heard so much of your m7 minrl in trv it. T wnS troubled with falling of the womb, had sharp pains in ovanes, leucorrhceaana pamtui menses. I was so weak and dizzy that I would ULICU 11UVC SCVC1C lamuu aJw.to. took in all several bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier and used the Sanative Wasb, and am now in good health. I wish others to know of the wonderful have many friends taking now. Will always give your medicine the highest praise." . Mrs. A. Tolle, 1946 Hilton St., Philadelphia, Pa., "writes: GAVE little tkotrght to ray health." vrritei MRfeWsr. V.1 Bell, 230 N. Walnut St., Canton. C, to Mrs. Pink- - PLEASE TRY Cmnmr1 that" T T11 H fl ( 1ln 'LM&Wk&t ?hofsm res &) Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute ! insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cat from front of x lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents). Sent by expresa (enarges prepaid), lor 170 Hon heads and a 2 cent stamp. -- Best Coffee for the Money! rj mz&tmjwi 1 9 if Try LION COFFEE and you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Coffee. I l 25. 500. Fancy Qold Ring. Genuine RnbySettlns Gold RIns. it.. fwmm samsm - mMm .4. ALL DRUGGISTS. our u oods Our prices Compel 3'ou to trade with us plate, having the exact these rings arc genuine rolled-gol- d nppearancu and qualities of solid gold, and guaranteed by the makers to last two years with ordinary usage. New patterns and very popular. To Determine tie Size. H r? cn w o Ct CO CO very fine umbrella, made of anion frame with seven ribs; steel rod and silver Congo handle. Would coft iOO at the store. A STRENGTH, PURITY AND Knickerbocker" Watch. I Given for 175 Hon Two extra fins cambric handkerchiefs, with flavorI Cutastrln of thick rarer so that the ends will exactly meet when drawn tightly around second joint of the finger. Lay one end on this diagram at the 0, and order the number the other end indicates. Dress-Pi- n Set. Hailed (e for 15 Ildn heads and a Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. Jmrted lace Insertions in the cor ners. Half-Inc- h hem, machine r rafSiFTs -- fiiSJ stamp. Three pin j In the tet( larger man snowni, com- posed of fine rolledgold, with handsome ruby-colored heads and a stamp. Neat appearing and an excellent time -- keeper. nickel-silve- Art Picture, "Easter Greeting" and a 2 - cent stamp. A highly artistic picture, grace that will drawing-the finest room. The Given for 8 Hon heads cut from Lion Coffee wrappers 1 - tings. waist-pinneck-pin- set- Suitable cud-pin- for s child's set. Sash-Be- lt or as a Solid case, with r ornamental back. Nickel movements, escapement fully eweled. The famous Knickerbocker" watch. beautiful im- - friends thought I was in conHad continual sumption. headaches, backache and falling of womb, and my eyes were affected. Every one noticed how poorly I looked and I was advised to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. One bottle (WW relieved me and after taking eight bottles am now a healthy woman; have gained in weight 95 pounds to 140 pounds, and everyoneasks what makes me so stout." m "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I was very thin .and my If when you give us a trial. pi 1, )2 and Buckle. Motion yow SjpHfft waist-measu- Ladles Watch Chain. A double strand of best silk cord, united at intervals with colored beads : neat and substantial. For 15 Hon heads and a 2 -- cent stamp. stylish and durable. A pair of these handlter chiefs given for 18 Hon heads cut from Uon Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp. hemstitched; HN" ljta Silver 15 lion heads J beading'. llHpJI Children's Picture Book. Gent's Watch. nailed free for 90 Hon heads and a stamp. The nt Mailed free for 15 Hon heads cut from stamp. Uan Coffee wrappers and a Laltst Mylc of imported black Swiss ribton Ulutis; stylish Imitation oxidized silver Luctlo; neat, strong and jrros-gra- celebrated faehiuouble. Napkin-Rin- g. and stem-sd : durable case; each accompanwatch ied by guarantee of the maker. nickel-plateArc-liabtime-keepe-r. ' watph; Ingcr-so- ll stem-woun- d IB Century ECS heads and a Given for 10 Hon stamp. Sixteen large pages of Mother Goose Melodies 14x2$ inches. For 10 Hon heads and 2 crnu wo will send It tinned ready for hanging. contrast to the little girl and her white Easter lilies. Size, appropriate background royal dark-blu- e furnishes of an illustrated and with nicely lithographed cover. We have different books, so you can get au Flower Picture. For Milsuiiitial. Made of Jural ile nii tiil, heavily silver-p- i sited Two diUcrcnt patterns. Coin-Purs- e. and a stamp. Neat and Cook-Boo- k. Ladies' Pocket-Boo- k. ," 1. 3 coon boob, yT 1 Large sire and latest shape. Black seal grain leather, with five separate divislons.including pages of valuconking re- n able also ceipts, treatise on the labor of the rt mm.Iuundry, sickroom, and remedies for the more common diseases. Given for 15 Hon kitchen, d In ine- For 8 Hon heads and a 2c stamp. American Beauty Roses and Size. 11x21 Inches. Bright and artistic coloring. Ys a remeilv otpial to One Coug'i f'ure," hays Editor , of ti.o Mieanonv, Ffu., Hust A. Serena. The Milijeot of AND heads and a Coftee wrappers ler." It cured ht$ family of stamp. and a 2c. stamp. wis, "What Would. Jesus duV" Ilti ui.il paves iiioiisamls Iron) pneumonia, all who had read the liook. broii. liftis. croup atld nil throat and Table Cover. "What Would JebUa do," to give their luiifr tiouhles. Perry & Thomas. Ladies' Pen-Knif- e. Durable, views ol it. PURCHASING AGENC7. Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. For 15 lion heads cut from Secretary of State Finley has g'ven Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c The convention eerinon was preached The material stamp. Large size; good maHi own ticket the second place n Write to Cozino & Co.'s ": was to the by Mr. C. C. Siuilh. The ftil-j-that will terial, handles nicely decoaated strong, sharp Ky stand and assorted colors. 'vScrvii e Ihe Law of llappinons. ' lie the iifllciiil liallut, while under legal PurcliHsinc Ageney, Louisville, blade: green grass and trees, the little The washing. count ruction it belongs in the last fur anything you want to buy. Ynu e lirown kitten and the girl's ATTiI7Slj;.liI7i..i' i "lines said we could only obtain happiness by handle. dress form a pleasing combination of colr jfjiij uviUiki iLiJttitJJis square culnniti. The Duiiooratic tieket will can 'save big money. Information ors. Size, 15x21 inches. Hailed free for including fancy fringed border Mailed work for Christ. For 12 Hon heads and a 2c stamp. lion heads and a 8 stamp. have the first coluiiiit nod the Uopnhli-liuit- n free tree tor 25 lion heads ana a zc stamp. i service whs conduct Toe tho lliiid column. Tho Demood In lr. Alvi.i Uitiibhaw. .SAUI'IXS FliKK. Mr. Fin-leycrat uru eveily ritleUii-g AiI3 ONLY A FEW Otf TUB LION COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another list will Mwi ifijiMA Duncan, Delegate. u this paper I Don't miss It I The grandest list of premiums ever offered t atitimi, which they is with "'e want your name for JWST1MK, a 'When writing for premiums send your tetter In the same envelope or r.nd in intended to dmw bright, clean, illustrated stury and hu out Wurkiii' Xi-- lir Am Day paiimgc wuii me uon nwu. ii more man i d uon nuui arc seni, you can sae postage by trimming down Uie margin. Ask your grocer for large You dwa) a know LION COFFEE by the wrapper. It Is a sealed packThe busfosl and in'ghtiisl little thing vnte awny hum the rejinl.tr Democratic morons pupor for tho family circle, 1( Illustrated premium list. AddreS5 all letters to the age, with the lion's head in front. It Is absolutely pure If the package ticket. Wiuebester.Miii. large pnj;es. only 75 O'nts a year; on Dr. is unbroken. LION COFFEE Is roasted the day It leaves the factory. WOOLSON SPICE GO, ., Toledo, Ohio. V5& that every "waa, made is is a King's New Lifo Pills. Every pill Knf plenty, Kumd llvsoepsia Cure trial 4 umiuhp, 10c. We civo to sub gl.:-u!of health, tout changes woak- - will dijiet whitt ou eat It. etires ah scriber-- ' Gold Watches. Bicycles. Sew ues-and Ktomaeh trou ing Maehines, Guns. etc. Samples and into strength, listlessiiess into en furiiis of drspei-Hiergy, hrain-iamio mental power. bles. K. II. (iiwtiiile, Vernon, Texan, particulars free. Send us your address "it relieved now my everhu-tif you do no more. We will They're wonderful in building up the tKivs: cured mo. It is mo from tlio start and EXCELLENT P.EP0RT OF CHRISTIAN EN surprise you. Please don't wait, send He also said it was tho idea ol some health. Only 23c per box. Sold by ing friend." Perry fc Thumas. 3 DEAVOR CONVENTION AT CARLISLE. now. Belter enclose 5 stamps for trial people that a ChrLuian life was a sad Perry & Thomas. To what base uses may wo come at subscription. .j life, one full of trouble and care. lie PASTIME, Pub. Co., STEW FASHIONS. last is shown in tho fact that Bourke Louisville, Ky. Tho Fourth Annual Coiiveutlon of begged ug to down with this idea by Tiiu. Table Nj. 33 Takin; EfTeut SunCochran, who was once a Democrat, is the Fourth District Christian Endeavor showing a face brim-ful- l of happiness day, June 11, 1S09. Periwinkle blue is a favorito autumn now a hireling of President McKinley DON'T SUFFER, TIIK EhlXTIlOFOISK Uuion of Kentucky, mot at the Chris in Christian work. The last business 2d Class. CIsm. -jtian church, Carlisle, Ky., September of the morning was tho election of of color, and combines charmingly with and mnkicg speeches for trusts. And HA1T BOUIO. Cures all diseates without the use of No j Je. X NO. V Kl. 80 and October 1, ISO). tho last ond of that man shall be even medicine. A pure Oxygen treatment, Kr San Ex Sun Hi rfun ficers for the coming year. The follow- white. Stair coverings and hall carpets in worse than this. Interior-Journa- l. The Richmond delegates left on the ing officers were elected: president. A.M. P.M. A.M. by absorption, it cures where eyery- high vojiue. 5 is Ht SM Venailles early train Friday morning, arrived at V. M. Tinder, Carlisle; 6 30 11 W 7M Theodore llallam, who is pleading thlng else fails. It is needed in every Kicbfilanrille The" English square" necktie conCarlisle about nine o'clock. The tiuio J. Harry Allen, Winchester; Secretary 11 K 8 00 7S ValWy View with the people to vote for honesty and family' for it will relieve every weak 11 11 8 11 88 .MWioa being early there was no one there to Miss Sue Caldwell, Sharpsburg; Treas- tinues in fashion for gentlemen. 11 58 9 00 8 JO UMimond. .. ucss or ailment, to the most persistent The Baretto shoe oftan glace is decency, is usually so drunk when he P. M. meet us, but it was only a low minutes urer, Mrs. T. L. Goodlet, Richmond; Iff 00 ... J II 13 Union speaks that he has lo hold to the chronic disease, and without the use of 10 Oft until we were met and heartily wel .Superintendent, Mrs. T. E. Arnold, liked for carriage wear. Moljcrlev IS 16 a grain of medicine. Thousands of .. 10 SS ltrrteid . 12 30 Some superb values in boys' over- Lspeaker's stand to keop from falling.- comed most of the delegates catno on Richmond. Saturday afternoon Miss PjiimU 12 n M 40 . .. people all over the United States, from Rlue Grass Clipper. 1 05 .. 11 35 Irvine the evening train, and were taken at Margaret Hay Jones made a talk on coats aro to bo obtained from Best & private citizens to Lawyers, Doctors, now. Send four cents in once to the church where a delightful the "Quiet Hour," in which she told Co. just Millions of dollars, is tho value placed Preacher?, Supremo Jndges, Editor?, No. 2 :or? No. R NoTTb luncheon whs served in the parlors. wk.ht mtuNU. jlJx8unBxSun Ex Sun Ex Sun tho purposes and value of the quiet stamps to the Arm for their big cata by Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburi;, Pa., on etc , een Crowned Heads of Europe The first service of the convention hour. Mrs. Jos. A. Serena, of Coving' logue illustrated and plenished .with the nieoi lierciiiui, when sue was saved have given written testamonials ot SI. M. P. M. A. A. M. P. 11 55 garments for hoys and girls from croup bv tho use of One Minute . .. Irvin began Friday evening at 7:C0. The ton, cave a talk on "Intermediate IH 1 05 Couch Curo." It cures all coughs, colds these facts. Book of testimonials, and 2 10 I'moU 1 20 meeting opened with sons service con Work." He says a Christian Endeav aid badies, and pettincut advices,as aud throat and lung troubles. Perrv matter of great interest with price of Hr;iHfickl 1 15 1 2 29 Mxlwrley & Thomas. ducted by Dr. Alvin Ilanshaw, ol Cov- or, unless it lias a Junior Intermediate well as facts and figures galore. 2M Uniou instruments sent freo. Every family 2 15 6 05 . 2 ltlrlniKiml. The canoe shaped slipper is suitable ington, who conducted all the song society, is doomed. In the absence of 3 05 JudRO-Pryo- r Million .... C 20 3 15 is reported to have said should have an Electropoise; it saves 1 Valli-3 30 services ol the convention, and such in- Mr. Atkinson, who was tohavo made only for bedroom wear View 3 4i money, induces health. Send your ad 4 30 3 55 Niclml:lHville .. 6 58 The priucesse dress is regnant. A that a close poll of the State has been spiring music I never heard. The de a talk on "Christian Endeavor Tools,' 1 .. 6 10 7 50 Veaills dress at once and see what people say pale taken and it shows that Mr. Goe.bel has votional exercises vrero conducted by Mr. Jones took his place. lie said get- - lovely model is of light-weig'T:A.'M. P. M. P. M. P. M. 37,000 majority in tho State. Lincoln who have thoroughly tested its merits. Rev. H. M. Scudder, of the Presbyter first the tools that will stir a fire within gray cloth with yoke of rich white Ascnts wanted. THE ELECTROPOISE Democrat. All trains connect with Ixiuisville Southern lace. ian cliurcli, 01 Carlisle. Alter inese you. The best tool is the Word of tralnn to and from Louisville. CO.. 513 4th SL, Louisville, Ky. All trains onnnect with C. N.O. iT. P. trains Joseph fcitockford, EFFECTUALLY Rev. J. J. Haley, of Cynthiana, who God. Then he told us to read the Chiis- - in Japaneseof linen warp mattings come healed a sore runningllodgdon, Me., sept 27-ltj aud from Cincinnati. for seventeen pretty designs. They arq no end delivered the address of the evening. tian Endeavor World and get in touch J. W- -. UOCK. Train Dispatcher. years and cured his piles of longstand W. U. ADAMS. Superintendent. was introduced to the audienco. Mr. with one another, and lastly ho recom always advisable for sleeping rooms, ing by usini' Hewitt's Witch Hazel by Salve. It cures all skin diseases. Per Haley, in his talk on "The Cardinal mended tho little C. E. Quartet !y and the effect may be heightened On. CALDWELL'S Points of Christian Kndeavor." tald which.some of us now ive. Rev. F. M. throwing bright rugs around the room ry & Thomas. OVERCOMES LrrrfJ CN ' fit that .Christian Endeavor had done Finder made a talk on "State and Dis- over them. Dainty little Jouclws in the way of CURES COriSTIPATION.I more to Uo away with denominational-is- trict WnrJC At tho close of the SatPERMANENTLY aud tp draw tio brethren cloEer urday afternoon servieo Mlsa Ilearne .silk and satin pipings are given to together than anything, and, in fact, it read a letter from Miss1 Glass atkiug ("many tailors gowns this season. ti The Oxford cloth is well liked for - - OS- - - . was about the only thing that couliUc-cointili.s- h the societies for letters for the prisoners. S i I RArNGES Ouo of the rSho'sairi thai she wanted 1900 letters gentlemen's overcoats. It has a black O S3 this nurnof-o- . Buy THE GENUINE MAHTO oy camel's inrt helpful tneetirgi of t!;e wholo con- one for each prisoner in the district, ground scattered .over withvery fine .- 3 .. vention was the sunrlso prayor meet she said these loiters written by Chris- hair in gray. It forms a (aui?RiNia Tg vj i o ing on Saturday morning. Thisserviic tian Endeavors had done more to con- mixture. Mh-- s Greon is a taking color in carpets. MaDel Haitly, vert the prisoners than anvthiug they was conducted by res suiniu cwte, rmt stx tit rant. ' The creat French Remedy Is within cnny who, in her beautiful talk ou "I Prom had over tried. CDS Each society was In velvet weaves thegrecn background rcach of every American. It acta powerfully Jan5-l- y SS overspread most artistically with and nnick'y. A Msti Mrn. Pnjjiealij Perfect! J tha ise bitu," reminded us of what a sacred asked to write as many of these letters is r result oi su ors uj ti lXULHbHU. lounc-me-So promise we had made to Christ when as thev could,- - Tho addrefa Saturday shaded chrysanthemums or wild roses. S" wlllrrpaln their lost manhood, and Old Men O will recover their youthful vigor. It fits ono Many tunics re seen. The Underwe became Christian Endcavorcrs. evening was delivered by Rev. J. M. a for buslnms. stndv or msrriaro. REGENER3 a Is tho greatett Ncninu ever ro'd Ir. this cour.lrr. She spoke of how dear we hold a prom- - Worrall, of Danville. The subject ol skirts is very long, nud lias a scalloped 3 51 fl Can be. carried, in vest pocket B7 mail $1.(0 M curve around the bottom. per box, or olr forS5.00. Wa eheerlulr rcfani iso made to our friends. Then how o : s3 monej vrncro llx hoica donot cfTect n cur?. Evelyn Cable. much dearer ouht we to consider a Circulars free Address tho American cCco ot S Sonic men have an idea a-promise .made to Him, who give His yo IflfiBCilOX oJ2o2 o o 2 Ilrave Men Fall. snicm Ce.f iat it is beneath a man's property in the Blue Grass Insurance Compa lifo for us. There were a number of a ;mty to trouble himo nv. or irf.Tintrion. kv.. a nome insutunon Victims to stomach, liveraud kidney For sale by Perry & Thomas.- septl3 ly self much abon bis Gives protection acalnst Fire, Llehtninir and other talks madcalong tho same line. 3 o'a'S'crcrcro'cr personal appearance. troubles as well as women and all feel Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable morning was de o a m cff3.es, o. a Most of Saturday comnanv for the neonle of our countv now It anything is said the results in loss of appetite, poisons a. c o. operating in the State, and getr cheaper ever voted to the reports of the various upon trie suoject year as long a you continue in the company in the blood, backache, nervousness, they snort with disof the re mcio Ywmruier iniormaiion can on Altorney-at-La-B(tenfc committees. In the absence dain, and say they headache aud tired., listless, n aud collector, s. . 1J. HLAUK, a port of the Christian Citizenship comleave vanity to the Illchmond. Kv . office on Main Street, feeling. But there's no need to- - feel women. opposite Court House, next door to State Dank mute". Kev. Cntbtreo, of Caluwufa. A man never made a like that. Listen JiTru6t to., secona noor. o J. W.Gardner, Roofing, Guttering S E formerly pastor of the Christian church greater mistake. A 3 J. u. t Ainr.it, man should not only Idaville, Ind. Hesays: "ElectricBitand General of Carlisle, was called on to inaKe a may2i-l- y O. C. BOSWORTn, Sec'y. 1 be at all times neatly tcrs are just the Tiling for a man when short talk on 'G6od Citizenship " He dressed, but also clean Job "Work. d and wholesome of he is all run down, and don't care told of a plan which the Christian Citi body. The man who is whether he lives or dies. It did more zenship committee, of California, was II Cincinnati Frankfort so is the man that suc- to give me new strength and good apH3332333 ceeds. The man who trying, llesaid that they had,what they does not care a Conner petite than anything I could take. I culled coifee saloons all over the town e? fin Effect December 5, 1S98 1 about his dress, whose can uow tat anything and have a new In these saloons they served hot eoUVe face is rendered unsightly by pimples, Only 50 cents, at Perry DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. 853S and had innotent gauies", nod jiood blotches and eruptions, whose complexion lease on life." Is sallow, whose eyes are heavy, whose & Thomas' Drug Store- - Every bottle 8 B33.S p.m. p.m literature foiM'io people, llestidthat shoulders are bent and whose carriage is guaianteed. p.m. a.m 3 7 20 mon, who had. been in the habit ol sloucby, does not succeed, either in busi6 20 Lve. Richmond .....Ar. 1 (O 2 00 11 42 ness or in social life. A man like that 7 09 6 16 2 55 Winchester DR. CALDWELL' i 1 25 5 45 ould should be sentenced to live for thirty days around ;beer saloons, Maysville A New York friend of the Yanderbilt 8 SO loafing 8 40 5 10 Paris, 5 40 9 30 Probal-l- y in a room where all the walls were mirrors, the-- e c'ilee houses. family says that Cornelius Viij)ecbi)tevj it Georgetown .. 4 2S uttlher in S 17 10 28 7 50 1 7 CURES INDIGESTION. would then (ret sick of his own unwholc 7 10 11 20 At. Frankfoit. Lve. 7 00 3 40 they would get up aud go out and lie someness, just as other people do. Such a will gives the widow the Newport and would conm man should have an honest protrait that Newport mansions for luo.witWarfin- - The present schedule of Illinois Central one drink, but they Aalt for ticket via Paris. in addition to shortening the time, Cu flatter him his get so interested as did not cpsts a trifle always beforedress eyes. come of 500,000 a year to .keCp. them Memphis and New Orleans, has inadeitMEatlr J. K. NEWTON, G. P. A. "back and may-b- o for a man to well, It only tlnts In Arkanaa), drink, and and it costs still less for him to keep clean, up". The five children will receive SlO - Than Ever" to .reach alt and California. The not to go to get another 1 Arizona wholesome and healthy in a physical way. 000 000 each, and the residue wllf'be Tcraa, Mexico, ervlco with which the Illinois splendid train would, thus go home Holier. men, where, County Courl. Days. When a man's stomach is right and his diCcntral'd Memphis and New Orleans Yestlhu led as they had been in the habit of going gestion is: right his blood will be pure aud equally divided between Cornelius and "Limited," la equipped makes it "Easier Thau Paris, Bourbon county, first Jlouday. Ever" to .wholesome and healthy of tfirritorv. take a trip to the above mentioned Rotary Motion and home drunk. After this wo had a talk rich and he will bePierce's Golden Medical Alfred, which will make Dr.physically. lliclimond, JIadlson county, first Mod HHOBT LINE TO The Central lii.the only lino which runs Frec-on County Union," by Prof. W. U. Discovery wakes a man right in every way the two oldest soii3 over 50,00000 ilay, Keclimng (Jliair uare ami yesuuuiieu trainn , Conley. Prof. Conley wild he thought by making his stomach, liver and digestion apiece, the dead railroad king being far from Uouisvnitt to tno aoutn, also a weciciy -Lexington, JFayetto county, second the. county unions the place for the. rurbt, It. gives him a hearty appetite - aud richer than ho was supposed to be. Pullman ToutHtCarlot California, facilitates the- - assimilation of theLye Louisville every Thursday.. .. -- ....9 25pm .... . best Work among the Endeavors, for 1njf elements of the food. It drives out all -- .8 lSaiu Arr Memphis Friday. . impurities from the blood. It m the great Best Line to 7 45pm Arr - hero-ni- l EacH package of iPUTAM L?er Naw Orleans. Friday Stanfi iicmiu cmwytjii,acoiiu Jiuncould come together to arouse r 8 20pai Friday. and New Orleans It dues not ARKANSAS, TEXAS, s- -. 8 45am. day. Arr Houston. Saturday or make corpulent peo- FADELESS enthusiasm' and" for the warm hand- build flabby-flesDYES colors Arr San Antonio Saturday 1 4ipm Z 45pm. MEXICO G(K)ietowirrJScourjJ5l)IriI Mou shake of Jovo. Thj) host talk of the ple more- corpulent Honest druggists either Silk, WooVoy, ' Cotton Arr BlpasQ Sunday .'. don't advise substitutes. Arr Los Angeles Monday day. morning was that made by the presi"I was Unsl all the time." writes J. Edward AND CALIFORNIA. (care of Geo. P. Iashr).i47 No. loth perfectly. Sold by 0. i. Sear- Arr San Frincineo! Danville, Boylercounty,- - third Monday. dent of tho district, Mr. J. Harry A1-- " Davis. Esq. Lnnln- St., Philadelphia, ra. " lu the morninR t felt as Pullman ToorlstSlcenlne Car leave t CaBfcnuc. Tim i! Tiff rTiM I had never slept and was too languid toeat cy, Waco, Ity., Thomas. & Advlllc evrry Thumlay nicut ami rqna tnroucn Nicholasvillc;, Jcmn"ne ennnfy, tliinl len, of Winchester. Unpaid tho object Ifwas triad -bead, I to Hau Francisco. J1 wih pimples, boihj. dlnvtime I r Parties desiring to make n.oemforUWe trip to sSp-lm,- ,, v?-ol Christian-EndeavoAuk your ticket acent for laiUcnUra Or wrlto Monday. jraj to do away backache and hollow clicks.ray At otic 1 was ams, Panola, Ivy. the terrIU.Tj;:;nttOBed will 9 well. to comboll on had twenty-eigh- t boclc. 33udeav-orers-..- to toil it. towier, 'XTateune raaseuger Agent WJndiostor .. (ITcLcouutv, Torirth with sin. He municate with K. H. Fowler, TivtHg PC-ge- r very dcspowleat and thought BotMsf would lnUvi'lp. Kv. Aent,Itllle. Ky. a. a. T. A., Free lleclfnlng Caalr Cars JLouhville to Monday. tfcc ' Iir. .do aoma servjeo every dayv cure- - nit. liKa I commenced Id TMsaHRM-cinThe Mttiwt has H.ilhtih&uaftfer Memphis and New Orleans. Tvtwet Ooblm Medical Wk. Aipoho Xluhu, "would go into the work Qraaa Furniture loMt&er wMi Dr. Mace's teUirta, deed his life when doctors uhMgre.--CrNat- fo YnrsaUlee, wood ford county, fourth Ile said we tOBHrrilk. Cy. I For rale y'jBIue A. H. Hakbos, a F. A., WM. X. KELL0NB. A. II. HANSON. ax. Voile sow say: BeSo, Sii! What's bo Co., Kiciunond, Ky. Axaa-i- y with a persistency never lo give up. cam of jpcBtsimoles? " a Daily Jfewtf. Chioaao, Ul. G. P. A., Louisville. Mocdsy. (t V A., Chicago. A. Tor 5 lion heads and a stamp. Color, daik lirown. Made of line Kid leather chamois liuintr: nickeled frame, with strong 1 ; a tuck-pock- flap to hold visiting cards secure Given for 25 Hon heads from Lion with HI "Easy-Opend The Dancing Lesson." the address was "The EHet--t ot Christian Kndeavor on the Individual." Dr. Worrall said that tlio U- - E. was the training tilaro for worshiii He Paid'! hn ciMilil leuiuiiibfr t lie liicn when younj: people woultl not lake any part in public wor.iliip. Imt- - now Chrisiian Enileitvt'rs ronsidwL'd it tlieir duly to take pint in puljlic worship of tlieir church. niiihy inoniinu there was Sniidny schiHiI and liruiii liiiiK ntnll tliechtirulies.' Dr. Vt'orrnll prs'ieheil quiie a nirnuj; uermuii on Victory TIin.UK'i Faitli" at the ( litiHtiiui church. Suntlny aTtir-noo- ii I)r, Worrnll Spoknin l'rof. U. M. Roark's plm-o- , on Our J'lnee ill Ihu Count ry'n MotjU." Jle loldiho jieoplw ti he iiulepemlent voter.-- ; io vote for the man, nut fur tho party. . The pie:tk-b- t service of the whole convention was the Christian Emieavor prayer nieetiiifj, conduetwl by Jlr. Ju. Things do not always work out rij;ht for their projectors. In Tiouiaville tbe Honest Election League, composed of Dick Knott and John Whallen, stationed Kpiop around at the various registration places to watch the actions of Democrats nnd'try to intimidate them. One of their tools, Harry Burnett, caused the arrest of John Keene for alleged irregularities. Whereat the Honof Dick est Election LeiiiiUe comp-ifce- Kntl and John "Wlmlleii was jubilant. It had liliule a killinu for "purity in The ladies cannot be (leeched by catchy phrases nor All bombastic claims. we have to say is, we biry of in the best Avorld, select the lathe s A: test goods, and when you buy j'ou know, you have politic " Rut when the cue was taken to court Keene 'was dismissed and it was ftronulv intimated that (iiimctt would ho handled forpprjury. Hut the HotiHHt HltH'tioii League would not mind a little thing like lh.it. lUiie Grat-Ciippor. the latest, up-to-da- te goods. . Is that what you want? IE so, trade with v.; nover Kii'-kler- "If you (tiinr the world you will find Minute lite m bmsonCnl-Hate ot Blast Peninsular. Double Heater with Tea Kettle Attachment. SMOKE CONSUMING PAULO ft FUBNACB . snow-whit- nt cotiM-cruii'ii- IMPORTANT NOTICE. fir Air passes through registers In heavily guarded feol door Into prrfurai. mixer rim; arouud top of heavy fire )ot. then iuto fire. Mixtacilie air iti' Rases, In this way produces perfect combuation aud a jrreat saviair ot fin Mixer ring nno protects bottom of radiator from direct actiOM el fire .in! insures its durabllit) . rOWEHFUI. FLOOR IIK.VT8U Deflector ring between heavy ribbed (Ire pot and radla'or i xtemis to oat- r casing, forcing tho intense heat Irom lower rectitm of Store down to tin lloor bcre most WILL HEAT nOOM l!v attaching pipe t Double Heater Collar and extending to regMi-- r in lli aliove. If not usen in that way, heat is diBtrlbuitd loail wrt8 of rootu .uil opvning can be utilized an a tea kettle atlaUniieut in aMttion lo griiMi hole top. FIItE CCNTnOLLED TO A OKOREK rircular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash lit Doom are valve ati . Jbty titled until absoluely air tight and Warranted to remain mounted mi heavy, quick acting screws, working 111 a detachable yok . ai vrben opening screw in, not out, preventing breakage in ue. Call at the CASH HARDWARE HOUSE of 3 l g y - Who will be glad to show you this stove as well as a full line of other hi ji era anu coosstoves, grates, etc. iJ -- R.N. mebl-l- r T lt A BOON TO MANKIND! DR Vice-Presiden- t, TABLES s tn ycici . . ! vjrogtrjrnE ui 11171 u te . . . Kidneys, Liver and Bowels ystem the Hab,tuaLCoNst'Pation Acts gently on the KMW & - CUR" . 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. JAMQ F. BALLARD, .. ht Sole Proprietor, 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, Mi. ianl For sale by PERRY THOMAS, Druggists. Syrup pepsi 0-- m -- I35- ECQfiQMIST yrvp(s Ii2aiG3i3gy DtBrfegl FOR WEAK MEN -- SSSSl lr I Pittsburg Central Stock Yards, EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO bi-- j SHIPPERS. Yards have be,en enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. run-dow- t Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. Best Distributing Point East more, "Washington, -- Good buyers ahvaj's in attendance for export cattle and ail Eastern markets. op Indianapolis for Bai Philadelphia, New York and a - other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firmsgiven grompt attention. SBXVATX E0SSS SALES E7ERY "WEEEDAT. 5J O P! IIP Ml Simon O'Donnell, General Manager. Madison Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED k MEYER. Ball-roa- 1863. d, III Ml JAMES T. HAMILTON, .Peopkietok. MtiiMMlf, TtnH, HMistues, Statuary aid Foreign AmericiK Marble and the-shar- aid Graiite. New Orleans- Ball Bearinys life-giv- FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. 4-f-- 0J blood-make- flesh-builde- - wrged-Chri5tia- n Those wlicAare contomiilatirifr buying Marble, Granite, or any H"1 Onvetery AVork, will find it to their Interest to call attho old stand iu the I r ar of the M. E. Chiucli on Irvlno Street, Avliere ibey will find constantly on a large shuck of fliiislied ft'ork to select Irom.'at prices to tuit ail elf"' ' ' ' "W. G. GQUnHEK, onoof thobest workmen in U buyers. Keotncky, is In ehurjceoIonrPHtatilidhmentanil this means Mtisfnctcrv v rk in ovwy plmw. ;Prticfl livlnji at. a distance bIiouUI writo to us for ilesius, which, will be fanHohed on application. 1 ffMx. , -- y . e, YOUK PATHOS AGE SOL10ITKD- .- JKMES T, 'Proprietor.