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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): November 1, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899110101_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): November 1, 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. VOLUME 26. I RICHMOND, MADISON DEMOCRATIC TICKET. REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCIIES A SPECIALTY. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1899. WEEKLY. NUMBER 22. HON. WILLIAM GOEBEL, OF KKKTOS COUNTY. FOR dOVERNOlt. FOlt I.IEUTKNANT GOVKKNOK, J. C U BECKAM, Royal Ibsoluteev "Puke aovu Baking Powder mm ?6ftcaw All Work Guaranteed. OF NKION COUNTY. CSKKBHAIj, FOU ATTOHNKY Makes the food more delicious and wholesome mm powoss eo.. kew vom. R. OF BOYI.K J. ItRECKIKRIDUK, OUNTY. POETIC PHILOSOPHY. 2nd Strert, Richmond, Ky. UNEED PAINT For Rent! office rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hard- MIXED BY A PRACTICAL PAINTER READY FOR USE. tlio different Shades of coitus, including Black ami White, at $1 10 tek g.uxo.w Not only tlio best PAINT in the maikct for the prion, but tlio BEST nt any piico. If you uso ityou will ndviso all you neighbors and friends to uso it. Wo mnke It in all Choice of three good ware store, Main St. Also very desirable eight-rooresidence, with modern conveniences. m GMGGSBY & MUNCEY. Window Glass, ; Stock the Largest. Prices the Lowest. R '. " The County Election Commissioners, OF GRAVES COUNTY. Some one has said that "poetry anil Juo. B. Cheuault, Josiah P. Simmons, romance ilnd no nfllnites in life insur- Democrats, and Waller Bennett, ReFOR TREASURER, S. W. HAGER. ance." The statement is questionable. publican yesterday selected the followOF BOYD COUNTY. Below we give n bit of pociry containing election officers to serve for one ing the rhymed pbilosopy of success in year: FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. securing business. The lines are clipped Court House, No. I Judge, James x CALEB BRECIvINRIDE HILL, OF CUARK COUNTY. from the Prudential Weekly Record, Dykes, D; judge, Henry Hargis, R; FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE and forcefully show that the man who sheriir, T. T. Covington, clerk, Will H. I, N.N ALL, wins is the man who works. Smith Ii. OF JEEFERSON COUNTY. The man who wins Is the man who does, City Hall, No 2 Judge, Sam KenThe man who makes things hum and buzz, FOR SUP'T. OF PUBLIC INSTUCTION, nedy, I); judge, Wilkes Baxter, It; The man who works and the man who acts, H. V. McCHESNEY, sheriff, Dave Powers, D; clerk, Everett Who builds on a basis of solid facts: OF LIVINGTON COUNTY. Witt, R Who dosen't sit down to nope and dream, University, No. 3 Judge, D. M. FOR RAILKOAI) COMMISSIONER, 3d. I) I ST, But humps ahead with the force of steam; Who hasn't the time to fuss and fret. COL A-- W. HAMILTON, Chenault. judge, G. B. Turley, R; But gets there erery time you betl . OF MT. STERLING. sheriff, Dae Tevis, D; clork, Reid The man who loses is the man who talks. Cornelison, R. " . FOR REPRESENTATIVE, Who fumbles and foozles with trifles and balks. Chenault, No. 4 J udge, Evan Dnzier, HON. W.W. COMBS, Who wouldn't do any thing D; judge. Win. Hall, It; sheriff, Frank MADISON COUNTY. That he can put off in the same old way; Who's down on his luck and curses his fate, Turner, D; clerk Newlaud Jones, R. FOR COUNTY JUDGE, And tries to catch fishes without any bait; White Hall, 5 -- Judge, Alex Black, N. B. COY. Who goes through life with a frown on his D; judge, G. II. Carpenter, R; sheriff. face, ohn Sbearer. D; clerk, A. B. Hamp Convinced that world Is a mighty poor place. MAGISTRATE. D. P. ARMER. ton, K. The man who wins is the man who wears McCreary, No. G Judge, James Mc- A smile to cover his burden of cares; CHIEF OK '"OLICE. Who knows that the sun will shine again. Kinney, D; judgo, Josiah Gentry, R; JAS. H. ALLMAN. That the clouds will pass,and we need the rain; sheriff, Jas. Noland, D; clerk, W. J. Who buckles down to a pile of work, Risk, U. And.never gives up and neter will shirk to-d- ay GUS COULTER, FOlt AUDITOR, Election Officers Appointed. COUNC1LMEN. EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY. R. LEE DAVIS, Our stock of WALL-PAPEfrom 4 cents up; WINDOW SHADES, PICTURE FRAMES, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c, never so large and complete as now. PRICES the LOWEST. CAL MAUPIN BRUTUS DUNCAN ) I CITY IIALI. Tipton, No. 7 Till the task is done and the toll made sweet, While the temples throb with the red blood's D; judge, Frank heat. Howard Hill, D; Is Judge, Jno L. Griggs, Edwards, R; sheriff, clerk, Geo, "W. Web A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR. 8 The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons decided to build, at a cost of $50.- The Verdict, published In New York 000, an annex to tho Masonic Widows' is the tmly illustrated Democratic and Orphans' Home, for the care of weekly in the United States. It Is aged and infirm Masons. Democratic in every line. Jt has the cmrnge of its convictions and has no fates v& is- km fears about telliug the truth about platforms, principles and men. Its editorials, from the pen of Alfred Henry Lewis, are the frankest and freest exd pressions of a belief in A Book for Young and QUI tho principles of Democracy; not only the principles of tho founders of the WE CURE n party hut of thoso newer principles. none the less vital because new, to RECORD NERVOUS which the Democracy must anchor if it Esli 1878 BLOOD desires to lead the nation out of present 250,000 .of corruption and fawning upon depths wealth and trusts to n high and rt DISEASED. PRIVATE healthy plane of national life. MEN a DISEASES The Verdict advocates, an income H CURED tax, a graded inheritance tax, the election of United States Senators by the people; The suppression o! the corrupt power and trusts and concentrated CORED wealth; no private ownership of public VflMMfi 'MAM Havo you tinned nntnrn UU IU HIHI4 franchises. when isnnrant o tho t.Triblo erimo you .wcro commit tinr. Did vou nn I v mniftir The Verdict consists of twenty pages inn inscmntrng allurements cf thu cr.l weekly. Four pages ate printed in five hohitT When too lato to avoid tho tc rible results, wcro your eyes to colors. The Verdict's cartoons in color roar ril? llid you later on in are tho most vigorous and incisive pub linoitciwurs an v lMII V ATI! nr ltl.OO n weroyoucurctlT lished. Eacli week the Verdict issues , di.caj? IFCOomo alarmini; Uoyounow pvmntomn? ami then Hiiro you yonr a trainable supplement, printed on ? dili.mr lmarry In "LIKl!present hnrnv . VATHRIt LI UK POX." If married, aro you con- plate paper, containing the portrait of jinniiv n inc in urcaur iiuumimn a national celebrity printed in colors. iauuro villi rnu cn account ot any ircak-ne- a rau?rtl Lv carlv abti.o or later t- Aside from its powerful editorial pages, ceetcs? llaio you been lrugod with mercury? This iKxiklct will rmint out to the Verdict contains short stories and tlicyo rrimesanil point you tho special articles of unusual merit. out howncr NEW .MinilOD TltKA'f- .MKXT v ilt euro you. It Every Democrat ought to see the VerJhow hoiv tnnnmnila havn been raved by our NKV,' TKUATMKNT. It nram dict weekly. It will make him proid how wo f nn (llIAItANTKK Til OIIItK of his party and will gird his metal-lion- s ANY CUKAllM: CASK OK NO PAY. vo treat nnd cure EMISSIONS, for the great battle of 1900. VAItirilCKI.U SYPHILIS. HLErTI'. 3 srititnritK. ijum)ti:ncy. se- - pa A i ui:r dieaiks. itmjiatiirai. nis. liS THE VERDICT, NEW DEMOCRATIC well-grounde- mm if 4 tea Rest, Sweet and Peaceful ! ur a5070 I -- con-r.- m I have received a large shipment of the handsomest couches ever brought to Rich-man- d and will have them on special sale for the next few weeks, at prices ranging from $12 to $40. New, fresh, attractive designs and patterns. I I T'j.ni AltOES, i 3 enclo-in- KIDNEY and DLADDER LYMAN PARISH JACK FREEMAN J. B.SROUFFER AV. D. COURT IIOUSK ARNOLD UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCEMENT Manager, Farm, Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold We make to order all kinds and FOR. COtfNTT CLERK. colors of WINDOW SHADES and We are authorized to announce ASCII K A. VAN AUG H DOTY for Conntr Clerk, snciect to the action of the Democratic Party. PICTURE FRAMES. We are authorized to announce C. M. RAY. BURN a candidate for Count? Clerk, sublect to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce D. R. TEVIS a candidate for County Cleric subject to the action of the Democratic party. V. J1W STREET. We are authorized to announce M. M. RICHMOND, KY. MILLER a candidate for County Clerk, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JESSE COBB a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. onvuimission. 209 The man who loses the man who moans That the wayls rough and he dreads the stones , Who Is looking for something sot to do. Where the pay Is big and the hours few; Who dreams of this and dreams of that, But never sails in and throws off his hat; Who fears the feel of a drop of sweat, And never gets anywhere you betl The man who wins is the man who climbs The ladder of life to the cherry chimes Of tha bells of labor, the bells of toil, And Isn't afraid that his skin will spoil If he faces the shine of the glaring sun Anu works in the light till his task is done A human engine, with triple beam And a hundred and fifty pounds of steam I ber, Kavanaugh, No. I. Judge, Sid No- - A Limited Special Oflcr Which Will Last For Ten Days Only. CURES GUARANTEED r'FRi:K. It uuablo t" call,forwrito for QtrKSTTON HOME LA NIC "Tl'O AVarci of c i'e ftamn. 12 in and out of the City taken for Collection. ' Robbed the Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject is narrated by him as follows: I was in A most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk en, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunate ly, a friend advised trying "Electric Bitters," and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim." No oneshould fail to try them. Only 60 cents per 1k1- tle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Successors to W. G. White. 5 Mb. W. W. Combs, Democratic candi ySTAVrite, or call on me for further particulars. OFFIUB Room 0, Moberley Building. Richmond, Ky. Dr. R. Goldstein, PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Arr0?.lT3T3. R. E. ROBERTS, ATTORN RICHMOND, d OIBce In Mobcrlcy Mtt-LE- R. - KENTUCKY. Building. We are authorized to announce JOHN F. WAGERS a candidate for Sheriif of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic of No. Ml Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at party. theQlyndon Hotel, Richmond, We are authorized to announce JOHN W. BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for NOVEMBER 1st, Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic MONDAY. party. : returning one day each month. Eyes exam We are aethSrlzcd to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison ined and glasses scientifically adjusted. county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are aithorized to announce P. B. BROAD- DUS a candidate for Sheriff 6f Madison county. subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOB ASSESSOR. $ The Optic Specialist, We are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate tor Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo Attob Kentucky. Rirnunjfn, t) I'uv in the Bbitottn RuDdlng, next door to feb3-l- y ar.ii. r's National Rank. vrr-xt-La- X. '. TTiK K KV AT -- TjA T, p.t ii. 'Jii. 4'. KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, DPicn over Taylor's Hardware Mn, o- Court lltm. on 'im PURITY OF TONE, combined with great ranjre and power are some of the strong points of the Cono-ver, cratic party. We jire authorized to announce JAS. L. BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce O. W. DEATH ERAG E a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN. of the Glade District, a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER. to the lower house date for of the next legislature, will receive the support of all Democrats who waut to see a Democrat succeed Mr. Lindsay in the U. S. Senate. The Louisville Dispatch is in perfect accord witli us on this question, ami we havo only to repeat its language and commend it to Democrats o't all sects and complexions. The Dispatch says: 'The itsue in tlio legislative fight in Kentucky is the Chicairo platform, and the election of a Chicago platform Democrat to the United States senate. The Chicago platform Democrat who wants to promote the principles of his party, who wants to advance the cause of Democracy iti the nation and strengthen the hands of Mr. Bryan for the great tight oi next year, will endeavor to securo the election of the Democratic nominees for the legislature, that a Chicago platform Democrat may be sent to the United States sen i. noun, Mr IT .I H 0t,Nii. A& Kkktitky. 13 Firti:t. uii stairs. 31 30 1). M. OMKNAULT, .17' LA - Schubert, Kingsbury and Crescent Piano. ATTOKiXKVS Kl.HM.IM, Ulii-H e KiTUl-over (.'henon Scomd mrcel, tiry. ii t griM M. R. LETCH LR, , ' . well as a handsome ap Kkxti'cky. pearance and line finish. ini..M. w:th T. .1. Smith. Jr, owi We have several st.yes. Some vnii;toii it Miti'lu'HV in Mahogony, Rosewood, tc. Prices range from : T. O. Easy pay-- . S225.00 up. .tloruey-at-lMments. AUovneyiitrLaw, - of very sold construction it is recoin mended to those who desire durability as county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to annonnce PETER G. ARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party,. We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for one term only, subject to me action oi me Democratic party. We are authorized to anuonnco F. J. PER KINS a candidate for Jailor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce JAMES C. LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison land, D; judge, Jns. Bybee, R; sheriff, Kobt. Doty, D; clerk, C. C. Norris, R. Genuine Pomona diamonds have a Waco, No. 9 J udge, Win. Benton, world-wid- e reputation. It is almost D; judge, N. C- Bonny, R; sheriff, Win. impossible to'distingnisli them from Terrill, D; clerk, M. T. Bybee, R. Kingston, No. 10 Judge, Brack genuine diamonds costing hundreds of Maupin, D, judge, George Todd, R; dollars each. The3' are worn by the best sheriff. Wm. Bates, D; clerk, C. F. people We will forward a genuine Pomona diamond mounted in a heavy ring Parks, R. No. 12 Judge, Wm. pin or stud to any address upon receipt Boarwallowv Goocli, D; judge, Shelton lnie. R; of price, $1 each. Earrings, screws or sheriff, James Combs, D; clerk, F. T. drops, S2 per pair. Ring settings are made of one continuous piece of thick, Jones, R. , Duncannon, No. 12 Judge, John shelled gold, and are warranted not to Lackey, 1); judge, Win. English, R; tarnish. Special combination offer for sheriff, H. Clay Jones, D: clerk, Harry ten days only. Ring and stud sent to any address upon receipt of $1.50. Send Allen, R. 13 -- Judgo, Eph for catalogue. In ordering ring giye Blue Lick, No. Mitchell, D; judgo, E. L Robinson, It; finger measurement by usiuga piece of Address sheriff. John Johnson, D; clerk, T. J. string also full particulars. plainly, The Pomona Co., Osborn, R. Broadway, 3 Berea, No. 14 Judge, Clay Maupin, oc!25-3- t New York. D; judge, Alex. Moore, R; sheriff, Jo'n . Cade, D: clerk, T. R. Robinson R. Paint Lick Items. Buruam, No. 15 -- Judge, Sam Camp Enterprise! bell, D; judge, Wm. Wett, R; sheriff, Dr. J. M. Poyntz, oi Richmond, spent John Ballard, D; clerk, Millard Davidlast Friday in this community. son, R. Tevis, No, 1G Judge, S. A. D. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Bennett, of D; judge, Robert Long, R; sheriif, B. F. Richmond, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Tevis, D: clerk. B. F. Cotton, R. Burnam last week. Crutcher, No. 17 Judge, T. J Curtis, Dr. M. E. Jones nnd wife, of D. judgo, John Murphy, It; sheriff, T. Lnwronceburg, came over Saturday to Douglas. Dpclerk, M. B Arbucklo, D. rvisit relatives in our community. Poosey, No. Moss Snyder, Dr. Hopper of Perryville, Bon-o- f the D; judge, Sam Carpenter, R; sheriff, G. noted evangelist Uncle Joe Hopper, W. Warner. D; clerk, Jno.iiendren, R. Newby, No 10 Judge, R. John has located at Kirksville to practice medicine. Deathman, I); judge, Ben Tudor. R; Dr. C. H. Vanght, wife and son, of sheriff, Wm. H. Tudor, D; clerk, Robt. Richmond, passed through last Satur Tudor, 11. Biggerstalf, No. 20 Judge Harmon day on their way to Lancaster for a Kana'rer, D; judge, Poley Howard, R; short visit to Mrs R. E Mo Roberts. M.'jor J. T Jones and wife, of Silver heriff, Harvey Kanatzer, D; clerk. Creek, passed through here Saturday Win. Tudor, R for Danville. Major Jones goes as a It did me more good than anything delegate from tho Kirksville Presby I ever used Mv dvspepsia was of church to the Synod of the moi.tlis standing; after eating it- was terian terrible. Now I am well, writes S B. Southern Presbyterian church, which Keener, ILiisingtnn, Kansas, of Re- meets in Danvillo this week. did Dyspepsia Curw. It digests what ou eat. rerrv as 'l tioinns. 1581-118- fin" font free liv CONSULTATION ll IS TREATMENT. 3 I3RS. STREET, P '??. Vi. FOURTH ct armrtATi, o. ffi TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the handsome line of desks a regular avalanche of beauty which are beingoffered at prices out of joint. Is SOUTBERIMlLlFAY Winter Tourist Tickets via Southern Itailway Now on sale Window 5o5Vou4a, Cuba 4-- Shades. X ctu TiUsorts 4 Among my harno line more com plete than our beautiful display of Window Shades. Every stsle, every color, and every price. Call and examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentucky. c?1k- Superior Schedules aud Though Pullman Car Service. The Only Liiie With Vestibule - vest of furniture fancies, there is Traiiis Winter Tourist Tickets via this line at principal points permit stop-ov- er of interest. Good to return iinlil May 31, 1C00. m Asheville and Hot Spring, (North Carolina) in "The land of the Sky" on lino Southern Ry. All principal Ticket Agents sell through tickets via the Southern Ky. Valuable and interesting maps, booklets and information mailed free to any atl dress. J. C. Beam, Jr., Northwestern Pass'r Agt., Adam's street, Chicago. Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky. W. A. Turk, J. M.Culp, Gen'l Pass'r. Agent, Traffic Manager, Washington, D. C. Washington, I). C. A. Whedon, Win. II. Tayloe, Gen. Tass. Agt , P. and T A.. Ass't, Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. C. A. Baird, Traveling Pass'r AKent., 213 80 novl-t- NEVILLE 220-22- 2 MOBERLEY, RICHMOND, KY. W. Main Street, S3. NiGHT PHONE 23, DAY PHONE f ' LITERARY NOTES . Tk 4 i - Lowry, M bml.-- UiiIMIiiu. Rtcboixl. lyy. PSYSICIAJIS. n. G. s HARDING & RIEHM. RICHMOND, KY. KENT, Agent, S UlliSOV. & GIBSON, piiy.wua.v t.vi sunaKott, Klt.llM.lNI. " - - Kkntocky. .linn iHliUling, iS nd to Set. OlFne in ihc Joe r- w....e . m vruiiorc on. i ,irri, .in "1 CJIAS. IIOUKKII, K'l'KlllXlHY SI'ltOKON, iTiiiliude (hanfiu Vfieriwry Cullrye. A. J. Minicr, father of Prof. F. S. Minier, of Highland, one of Doniphan county's first settlers, and a subscriber to The Chief since its first number, is seriously ill at his home in Highland. Mr. Minier has been suffering for more than four weeks with ncuto gastritus, and his condition is such that his fnm- ly is much alarmed. Mr. Minier came to Hlgblnnd in 1855. He started the first store them, and has ever been prominent in every enterprise that stood for the wellfare of the communi ty. Ho was the first postmaster for Highland when it was the distributing station for the whole western country. Ho continued in active business till 1832, when he retired to enjoy the Units of a long, successful and honorable merHis many friends cantile career. throughout Doniphan county and the west hope that he may yet be spared, n'though at his ago there is not much encouragement for the hope of an ulli mate recoverv. Troy, Kansas Chief The month of meteors is November, and tho approaching display is expected ate." In order to aid in tins good work, it to be unusual. All this is bet forth in is tho plain duty of all Democrats to The November Meteors." by Profes sor u. A. loll up, of princeton, in tne support Mr. Combs. current ''New Lippincott." A Krislilful lilundcr One of Maurice Francis Egan's rare Will often causo a horrible Burn, nnd beautiful Sbr.ne.t8, "Our Mother, Scald. Cut or Bruise, Buckleii's Arni the Sea," appears in the "New Lipplu ca Salve, the "best in the world, will cott" for November. kill the pain and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers PUTN A M FADELESS Bolls, Felon, Corns, all skin eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per ry& Thomas. Druggist. 5 Why Should Turkeys be Low7 ktb -I- ks Mutual Investment Co., OF lUEXirNGTON, KV. $186,000 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS $ 72, 75 4.60 RESER YE AND &URFL US. -- fit ,fplgK, Mm o! Life Insurance. DYES DO NOT STAIN THE HANDS OR SPOT THE KETTLE. Sold by C. L, Searc', Waco, Ky., Thomas & Adams.Panola, Ky. o2o-lm We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to I I Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty up stairs, over store recently accu- , lpieo Dy menmouu Harness apr7-l- y Kithmond, Ky. v-- ALL WOMEN A GOOD . . C. JASl'ER, M. D Kt residence ----- Medicine and Surgery. Oflire Prather Building, MainKtreet IVlephutie liroiulwiy. Al (the Cnrr' place) on KRNTCCKY ih TIME KEEPER, G. V. EVANS, D., Such is the Elgin and valuable Walthaw Watchi which we aro sell noiauic ing lorin iuuu to siuuu. event, as all gool Wuttih judges admit. Now id'yuur opportunity to get one. I'UYSICIAN ASD SUBOKON, Rich Mo.i u. L)It. - Kentucky, . JEWELRY - ! T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in ift'dicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond m and residence on Second Street. DENTAL ST73.3ERY. f it. Sterling Geufalnly. Dots Duality. - More, than money s wo it It . .. for all. llnglitgoiiien gominess. as fiuu Diamond Ring at from trader, a to SI 50. Soiling quickly llko good Jewelry shonltt. Lusts for a lifetime. There is apparently an effort being made by turkey buyers thronuhout Kentucky to create an imprecision bv means of newspaper articles, that tur keys ought to and will be very low in price this year. We wonld like to know the facts in the case, why it is said that turkeys this year. Instead of bringing 0)4 cents, will fetch only 6 cents dollvered? Tho throat is made that if the producers do not tell at this low figure they will "have to hold them." That looks like a cold bluff. A drueeist in Macon, Ga., says: " 1 and a concerted action on tho part of have sold a large quantity of Mother's the raisers will bring about a better rrieno, ana nave never auuwii au instance where it has failed to produc: the condition for themselves in this matter good results claimed for it. All women and all others. Now is the time to bo agree- - ihat V makes labor shortcr, and less gin. Hold your turkeyM painiui. Ta ('urea fold in Onr liny Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet-- . ah druggists reiuuu i lie monev it it fails to cure. 25c. E. W. Grove's sig oct2o-Gnature is on eacii box. m A $2,000 bet wim made in Lexington Tuesday that Brown wonld not receive 4,000 votes in the State. Extraordinary Offer. iigfi Hot Blast Peninsular. DBsle SMOKE CONSUMING PAXLOR FURNACE Atr passes through register In heavily guarded feed door into perforated mixer-rinaround top of heavy Are pot. then into 3 re. Mixing the air with gases, In this way produces perfect combustion and a great saving ot fuel. Mixer ring also protects bottom of radiator from direct action ot fins and SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. 1 KY. .. F. J. YEAGER, No. 28, 2d St. . Louisviixb, Et. next door to Government Building, to n-- i w i. HlchmSnd, Ky. orace Hours sepa-l- y Richmond, Ky or PKtiTisr. Its cood effects expectant by mothers who use It. Years ago it passed FRED SMITH. the exnerimentil staee. Whlla it always WEST BOUND. lessens the pains of 0 65 am shortens labor and Ml. 8terllng and Lexington A ceo in DENTIST. 7 30 am delivery, it is also o,1 foe greatest benefit same office Eastern Express for Louisville over Collins' Oroccry. 3 00 pra during "foe earlier months of pregnancy. Mnrrhcad and Lexington Acconu lately occupied by Dr. VVj W. BnrBin. Jin-l- y 60 pin . New York Limited F. F. V Morning sickness snd nervousness are readily overcome, and foe liniment relaxes BOUND. EAST the strained muscles, permitting them to S 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom.. s causingdistress. w P. F." V wit Limited Sterling Accom 11 63 am expanJ withoutgreat recuperative Mather to SO pm power Lexington and Mt. Fnend gives Z3 pm Washington Express the mother, and her recovery Is sure and Accommodation trains run daily except Sfln rapid. Danger from rising and swelled Hn Vlntli Street. Cincinnati. "Ohio ni)ir train run dallv. will be at the Hotel Zlmmcr, Richmond. 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Twenty pages weekly, with liberal illustrations aud comple market reports from all the leading market centers. No farmers home is complete without it. Vou ought to know more about this groat Agricultural paper. It will pay you iu dollars and cents to read it a vear. Subscribe at once nnd got the full benefit of this great offer. Sample copies of both papers free. Don't wait. tf Now that Charlie Bronston has fired Write us off the speech he says has been Mayoville gentleman who attended growing in his iu'arda for nigh opto convention, says ho saw two years, those timorous people who the Louisville Col. Bronston "flop" three times in feared he would set the world a tire and twenty minutes during the exciting bring about a universal conflagration cau no about their business without moments of that convention. further fears. The discharge of Mr, "Whenl ouc boy Mere almost dead Bronstoii's gun was more deadly at' the from whooping cough, our doctor unve hi etch than at the muzzle and killed Onft Minute Cough Cure. They recov I. IS. Charley J. too dead to skin Glasgow ered rapidly, It writes ranohfl Uelles, Arirvlp i ... . - lllrPR - . - - - t fnlila -News. grippe and all throat and lung troubles. retry & l nomas. The "Plow Boy Preaclior," Rev. Uelle Rive. IUinous, says hirktuan, The profession! liar need not be out "Alter sintering lrom urouciuai or of a good paying job if he is any tiling lung trouble for ten years. I was cured by Otiu Minute uougit Cure. It is all of a stumper. Apply to L. & N., or any of its emissaries. Somerset Home that is claimed for it ami inoro." cures coughs, colds, grippe and all Journal throat and lung troubles. Perry au . Thomas. President KInc, Farmer's Bank, Urooklvu, Michigan, has used DoWiu'b The little child of Eimcr Adams, of Little Hariy Hitters in his family ioi McLean county, fell into a tub of water years Says they are the best'. These aud was drowned. The mother of il0 famous little pills cure constipation. and all liver child had filled the tub and left tli biliousness Perry & Thomas. and bowel troubles. child playing near It. When ''she re turned la about ten minute the child I Every man abuses the fuel doctrines at others, and is faithful to his ownc waa deftd. to-da- v. 4M Hter t-- witk Tea Kettle Attachment. ' 4- - gal g SfHil mm " mm M El t 9 9 JfjLW Insures its durability. ' POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER Deflector ring between heavy ribbed Are pot and radia'or extends to onter casing, forcing the intense beat from lower section ot Stove down to the floor where most required. WILL HEAT BOOM By attaching pipe t Double Heater Collar and extending to register inlloor above. If not used in that way, heat Is distributed to all parts ot room and opening can be utilized as a tea kettle attachment in addition .to griddle bole top. FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DBGRHIJ Circular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ah Pit Doors are valve seated, fitted until absoluely air tight and Warranted to remain so. They aro mounted on heavy, quick acting screws, working in a detachable yoke, and when opening screw in, not out, preventing brealcige in use. Call at tho GASH HA2D WARE HOUSE of l i i .1... ot our price uuutiiJjf wueci uiun.t:s iiuuoucr ui- portunity for the prudent buyer. This inter- - Mj E EiS ests Carpenters, Builders and others who use Another Turn . ... jSlEl !g Screws, mm Nails and Tools j I7M1PHI m sip mm because wo are ""making ;i special sale of that class of goods andQiTyr standard sizes and qualities at less than standard rates. Duckley, Tinner. mm See us and get prices on roofing aud guttering. Who will be glad to show you this stove as ers and cookstoves, grates, etc. ucll ju; a lull lino ot other hcal-T- - r W-- D. jf tsaW LsW X VasW mchl-l- y Idtv l UL LW mmm TAYLOR BROS. Ml Vote for i"Tt is an III Wind Jaige. Thai Blows Nobody Good, Oct. M. t To the Editor of Climax and to the Public : ) Notice of The kbedivo of Egypt draw fcilarv JrS. Galloway, Plaintiff. , Proprietor. intelligent, just mindeu'observ-against J. C. CUENAULT--. Thai small ache or pain or ton times as great an tliat of t&e Presi Frank Oalloway, &c., Defendants.)) Bale in Mr. Editor: In the Register of October 27th there appears an er,To anattacks upon William "Goebel. Equity. the. .Business Manager. A. D. MILLEtt ... dent of tho Unite id States. By virtue ot a Judgment and order ot sale of Editor. article by Mr. Waller Bennett, pretending to give a true account of the Democratic nominee for Governor weakness is the "ill wind C. E. WOODS. the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the the meeting of the Board of Election Commissioners of Mudison of Kentucky, are too virulent and inSeptember term thereof, in the above style to WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, - - - 1890. county to appoint Election officers in the seventeen precnusts outside discriminate to be trustworthy. They that directs your attention MAGNETIC HEALING, cause, the undersigned will, on are rovolting. rathor than convincingof Kiehmoiiil, and at the same time casting some rellection, tliougsi Thoy show upon the fice of them that the necessity of purifying Meafoy, NsYeu&er 13, 1899, not sever, he says, upon tho Democratic members of that lioaru, oi they are the emanations ot some lorce your blood By taking Hood's rmiLlSHKDXVEKV WRDN1C3DAY BY Originated by Prof. S. A. Between tho hours of 11 o'clock, a. m., and 12 more poteut.than partisan fetdiii;?. Mr. whom lam one; for this latter cans' I make reply. Madison young man, and until The Climax Printing Go. In the first place he attempts to excuse himself for being on the GoeheL is toobeen tooa little Tcuown, to Sarsapartlla. . Then your "Weitmer, the most wonderi'ul o'clock, m, , on the premises in to public county Kentucky roced to expose sale to the highest bidder, the following described Board, although he was recommended by the Republicans of Madison recently hits up sentiments of private whole body receives good. man of modern times. have raised property, vh: A tract of land, on the waters of Sllrer Creek, YKAIt, $1.50. county, ami yet I am surH hud the Stat Board known of his utter feeling- on no general a scale. - They 1MUOK IMCR purified blood goes in Madison county, Ky., containing S9U acre, ignorance ot Disown party ami ot nts willingness to uo ui umumjjui imply organization. They betoken tho for the owned by J. H. Galloway at the time ot his xz Profs. presence of offended power. Sincerity, tingling to every organ, death, described as follows: Adjoining the its petty politicians, cliv never would have appointed him. Hon Jamks 15. MoCltKAiiY lands of Paulina Mitchell, the heirs of W. II. in itself aud makes sure - In the next place lie express his utter detestation of the Goebel whichlbelieves never frenzied. Disin- is the great remedy for all White, Jam;s Walkup on Vaughn's line, F. O. Saturday at Augusta. of its case, is Galloway and Mitchell's line. &c. Election Law, (no one doubts that), and he almost goes into spasms terestedness deals in facts and abhors ages and both sexes. Gradtiatep of North Missouri School of TERMS: Sale will be made Sc, credit of 6 on a and over "tairly Tut your X under llio rouSU'r and 12 months equally. The purchaser will be a very uiifiir law, this is not wnat ne hysterics. Scurrility is not one of its Dyspepsia aaministerinc " Complicated with MAGNETIC HEALING, Moberly, Mo., required to .jive bond, with approved security, rjiiit itiiit means the election of Combs-anare Inde- The Richmond Climax. . . CHENAULT'S REPLY TO BENNETT, A?CAMPAKN OF Y1TI)PE1ATIN. Courier-Journa- l, . . ...... ......... .................. ........ ,eee9aa;rrTT 'V LirXT?4 S SvSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSOVS SSSSSSSfifiS A ooooooooooooooooooooooeoooaiSr .......irrr? o V .9 .eft , ii at 8 80 ) es a a 8 6 . . . Wik t Iwi, The Biggest f Brightest and 1 tl S ..ts es " iq 3 ) ty a wants, but rather unfairly administering a very fair law. '1 lie manlier of notice, hour of meeting, a.id members present is Tin; Itet hiK'.fcli of this campaign de- correct, as he states, but the single instance and manner of appoint livered here, ItryanV nol excepted, ing olhcers in Uhenault precinct No. 4 does not sulhce, though no t9lls of Hon Evan K Settle, of the truth, but not the whole truth. The Democratic oflisers were last Thursday. appointed as he states. When the name of the Republican judge was presented, he named Demoohaoy elands fur the rule of tho people, and tho'so believing ac- .Mr. B. J. Clay and I named Mr William Ilall. Lstated my objeccordingly will support Win. Combs tions to Mr. Clay and my high personal regard for him, and at his for the Legislature. request I will not go into this case, except to say that I asked Mr. Do you want to contribute to the Bennett if Mr. Hall was not a good Republican, and if he would not election of a Republican mccessor to stand for his rights? lie said, yes, that was the trouble, Mr. Hall Win. Lindey in the United State Sen- was too "mean" a Republican, and he feared that Mr. Jones would ate? If so, vote auaitist Combs. not serve with him as Clerk. Does any man believe this to be a valid Do you favor legislation in the in- Republican objection? Mr. Simmons agreed with me, and Mr. Hall terest of the masses, or Legislation con was appointed. trolled by atid solely in tho interests of We pas3Cd to White Hall, No. 5: Messrs. Carpenter and Hampcorporations, mitts, nnu monopolies; ton. Repiibiicans Were named without objection, for I think they Then vote for Coni'js. Coy. wat-tha- t Gov. GoKitET. will take his seat, as provided by Ian, on December 12 Cripps Beckham, Hob Breckinridge, and other Stale officers will not go in u.itil the first Monday in January. advising their followers to wade in. Uiootl to tnetr ormie una u uemocraur election ofhVers do not tote fair, could be run out of the State with a bquirt gun. -- Stanford Journal. As"sKi.v-UHSPi:trr"aloiii! The Tlnnuhlican sneakers who are coninelled liradlev to take tho stump, the same motive siiouiu iiiuucujonn louug Itro'vn to dufoud bis administration. inste.id of dniii" this liu 1h eniwired in the highly proper occupation of digging his own political grave. Aud there are Guv. others! A wkIiIj known Republican feels a moviu of hw in anls to the ellect that "if the Tavlor vote is thrown out there will be bitch a revolution as this couti-trhas not seen since 'CI." This is im nortant. if true. I!nt where will he he; what mntit he his postollice address, ondurin' the revolution? is one man in the United States who has a iiurfect right to hay I Tim it K pledged to ineasiiies calculated to improve the condition of the masses, instead of further enriching the favored few. Therefore vote f ir Combs Enloe, tho late told you so." It is brilliant editor of the Louisville lis natch, who icdguetl his position be- canso, as he then taid, the ' Dispatch has passed into the hands of a corpora tion the L. b. rv. it. it. It' you would stand by the people, thebuiden bearers and wealth producers, it naturally follows tiiat you will support that p'artv and its candidates .Mr. A hrvtmhias of tinmiestioned in togrity anti sound judinuiit, lolls the Climax postively that the Democnii.s in the mountains will vote to a mau al most for the straight ticket. The Re publican majorities up there will show with methods a decreae due to maemployed by th l.lsou-llorenichine to coiiui i. ut John U. Whiic. dii-g'iK PoUTIIHKN men, (.earchim; for tin have Inurne-- bvinves- tiuth of JS Leu. litli 'nti n llial (ion. j;ret Coule Wale .imral. freed all his slaves lony: befoio i lie Civil War cum U. S. (irant, thr liieucttd, xvlule O-- ii. greatest of Kudeial guiitralR, had his negroes need u iiiiauam i.iucoin I - eiiianuip.ition proi'l.titi.itiou. 183". ed to claiui was rejected. Was again elected in 18; Waselectetl Governor in 1891 J Suited tho Democratic party in lS'JU Will die, politically ,Nuviriiiber 7, 1809, r aged yeais. l'adiicah Hixtj--foll- Graduated in IS55. Was elec- the firr-- t time in 1859 Wits airnin flnntori in 1SB7. In lSHSbis CuiiL're.-- s John Youxo IJuown was born in This is the way the Courier-Journtalks anil the wav it votes this year. If Vote for Coy for County Judge. it will keep up this gait itmavgain that high estato from which, like Lucifer, it was hurled in '90, simply for Gov. I5hadiey'8 brother-in-laSpeaking of tne ticket Jndue Morrow, in a Republican speech HoiriNCS. lauded by Mr. Goebol, theOJ. of Sat at Alt'any a few day's ago, urday last says: "It can.be said to the credit of Mr. 'Wo proceed at once to sav that we Goebel that he is honest, sober and a support it because it is the only possi man of ability." Because of the utterhie thing in sight that smells of De ance of this truth, tho Somerset Paramocracy as against the one thing in xon feels itself called upon in a lengthy Mht that smells all over Republican editorial to apologir.8 for Judge Alorrow with a sickeniuir odor of raiboad grease to boot anil that, organization and paliiius aside.it is made up of clean. capable honest Keutitckians ami gen tleiueu, who are worthy the confidence ot tho people." telling it. Curious? both ot, hjg ijst. Then to McCreary, No. 6: Messrs. Gentry and Risk, without objection. Tipto,,, No. 7: He objected to Frank Edwards and Geo. W. Webber, Republicans. They were appointed, and I have no apology to make to nny party, so far as I was instrumental in their appointment. objections to Waco No. 8 and Kavanangh No. 9. Kumstnn No. 10: Ho nhiected to Mr. Geo. Todd, Republican judge. Mr. Todd was appointed and I have no apology to make to nnv man or nnv nartv for his annointment, for 1 know him to be a Republican, a reputable citizen and fully able to take euro of his side of the question in any emergencv. Bearwallow precinct No 11. Ahi here is where he saw the ghost! magistrate from I proposed Mr. Shelton Lane, an that district, elected in 1894 in one of the hardest fought political honored with contests over known in that district. Mr. Lane w that election and be it said now. if it must be said by Democrats, that he served his term out and discharged the duties of his office faithfully and was an honorable, reputable citizen at the expiration Mr. Bennett's insinuation to the contrary of his term and 13 notwithstanding. 'Tib not fairness that Mr. Bennett and his party is hunting now, or they could not object to Mr. Lane. Bluffers, bulldozers and is what ho wanted and what he didn't get, and I have no apology to make fortius appointment. Duncanuon No. 12: William English, Republican judge. Mr. Bennett wanted to know, "Who is Bill English? Don't know him." I do and he is. a Republican and a gentleman. Blue Lick: E. L. Robinson, Republican judge; Berea No. 14, Alex Moore, Magistrate.) In his objection to these last named two Republican judges, he especially 3hows his ignorance and no especial care for fairness, but wanted political bosses aud not Messrs. Robinson and Moore, for '"They" had not put them on his list. I believe that Mr. Bennett stated that ho did not know all the men on his list, except by reputation. Bttrnam, No. 15; Tevis No. 16: no objection. About that Democratic Clerk he appointed in Crutoher No. was no Republican in the precinct who could, write, except a negro and Mr. Bennett would not appoint him. losey No. 18: Sam Carpenter, he did not want at all, and Johri Hendren vni too valuable a man to be used just as a Clerk, Newby No. 19. We asked lor David Bogie, Republican Judge. Mr. Bennett wanted Ben Tudor. We had no objection to Tudor he did to Bogie. Tudor was appointed. Biggorstaff No. 20: No objection, except he said Mr. N. B.Howard was a good man but did not want to serve. We wanted good men to serve and appointed him. Mr. Bennett 111 closing his little letter need not have apologized for me by stating that we "wero but men, and like many other men, neither restrained by law, nor answerable to fellow citizens for their acts, in the excitement of the heated political campaign are liable to lose sight ot fairness and justice and be governed entirely by passion and prejudice." In this matter I am both restrained by law and answerable to my fellow-citizefor my acts, (Mr. Bennett may not be,) and I refer to the list of Election officers as appointed aud published" as evidence of my duty well performed. 'Tis not the Democrats "They" object to, but tho Republicans. I defend tho Republican officers thus appointed before, and I shall after the Election against the slanderous attacks of their own party fear-iu- g not but that the public will commend me for standing for my rights, a fair election, and honest election officers as against the debauchery and robbery, the Republican party, through its agents, Very Respectfully, would have me submit to. Jno. B. Chknault. were to-da- y, Deboe-shoote- rs an 17-th- ere ns Vote for Coy for County Courier-Journal CiFiBfower&Co Lexington, Ky. Republican editors ask for votes for their party but are too cowardly to admit that ilievery white paper tiiey write upon is going up in price every day as a result of the protection given to paper trusts by that same party. Every kind of paper the printer uses has advanced from ten to twenty per cent, in price and there is no end to it in sight, unless Democracy, the foe to trusts and combines, triumphs at the polls. Vote for Democrats only. It is principle and not friendship that should acuate you in the coming contest. per ceut of the Brown Democrats who oppose Goebel because of the rulings of the chairman of the Ijouisvillo convention, do not know that Judge lied wine violated no Democratic precedent which did not have itscoun ternnrt in tho rulinirs of Judee Hersliel l. Goodnight, who was chairman of the convention in 18'JI, that nominated John Younrr Brown for Governor. Voti can have this fact from the lips of juuge uooanigni. iiim&eii, vno is on the stump ably supporting- the ticket ami upholding the course 01 Judge Ked wine. Ninety-five - is "for McKinley in the Nation and Goebel in Kentucky," as it has been repeatedly charged, is very emphatically denied. aud 6ilver men will look upon that sheet with less suspicion after reading this statement of Mr. Wattersoh, in the issue of October 25th. That the paper is supporting the regular nomiuec, 110 one can deny. Hence, we want to give the devil lr.s dues, and have Mr. Waterson's word for it that the Courier- Journal and the Bound money element will never support McKinley again. In the interest of purifying Kentucky politics, two orators who lately spoke here have made a disgraceful record. Judge. That the saiu lately to nave dropped 52,200 in a gambling game at Louisyille, while tho other purifier got intoxicated after his speech in the Richmond court house and laid around here drunk for a week, to tho disgust of hia friends. Poor fellows, we pity them too much to give their names, but the facts remain that these sweet scented evangelists of Republicanism are paid to roam the State to instruct decent people in politics. Otle, a Brown purifier and moralizer,is ARE YOU e mm For that Wall Paper now J f so, this is the place to buy.it. BECAUSE Our stock comprises every, new Coloring and Design thatcan be found in this or any other mar ket. BECAUSE Our variety is unlimited aud our styles exclusive, BECAUSE workmen are the best iir Central Kentucky, aud their .work is guaran teed by us. Our BECAUSE J ' ty of Paper furnished, are as low as any reputa ble nouse can quote jvou See ns for Frcscoiig and Our p"riees are reasonable, and for the class of work done and the quali- Tilting. CiF.BrowerS.Co MAIN optl-1- 7 ANDy BROADWAY, ' .Lexington, Ky. I appreciate the compliment paid to me by tho brown convention. It indorsed me for the Presidency, and that is a compliment. It is a compliment to any mau to be indorsed for the Presidency, and I have heard it GUggesfed that because that convention indorsed me for the Presidency, therefore I must stay in Nebraska ami watch the peoticket The Eleventh Congressianal Dis- ple who support that in the electa ReState of trict will roll up her usual Republican publican Governorwere to do Kentucky. If I that I majorities notwithstanding the Goebel would be. placing my own personal incounting machine, but should there be terest above the any irregularities attempted at the polls and the principleswelfore of the country, for which I fought. we would Hesitate to predict tho re W. j. Bryan. suits. Corbin News. Rest assured that no "irregularities." ELECTION RETURNS AT COURT HOUSE such as those of 'U6 when Bryan was robbed 111 the Weventh, will be atOn the night of Nov. 7th the elactiob tempted or tolerated in tho year of grace 1899. thanks to a law that will ef returns will be received by telegraph fectually break up such corruption and posted in the Court House. The We desire to see every vote cast forMr. bulletins will be called out as fast as ... ut.fa Taylor counted for him -- but no more! received until nvprv J j in ... u u . . i and other states holding elections, "Do you know Bill Sweeney?" in- nasueen neani ironi. The general le-quired Kvan Settle last Thursday night Biiiis may oe ascertained Oelore you leave the house. Ladies also iuvited oi ins large audience attJiecounthou.se Admission. 25 cents tn all. ''Well, if you never paw Sweeney's Ulaiie.sce E. Woods, Edr. Ci.iuax, inhg you can't understand why we Har J. 1. iJEBHELL, Mgr. W. U. Tel. Co. din men wantal nlm Tor our chair-man.'-- ' Managers. Yes, Mr. Settle we know Roar . We also recall that lie told BR0NST0N TO SPEAK HERE' TOMORROW us that had ho been elected chairman. NIGHT. ho would have been expected to and would have done, exactly as Redwine uiai" flow mil, the roaring statesman of Hon. V. S. Broneton, City Attorney Lexington, and brother of Hon. irotn tne classic banks of Jordan, in J. Bronston, will address the people C. oi Marion county, is condemning the con. his native ventiou anu its nominee, ism is a tomoirow, county at ihe Court House Thursday nlgnt.atS o'clock. clever fellow, with the disadvantage Mr. tSrojiuon stumping in that his month and his morals have the interest ofisthe Goebel the Staleand ticket, had a bad caso of diarrhoea. Butlikea being a born .prator number of other pntrefactionists, ho is ageous, consistent and a brainy, courDemocrat, lie was "walkingthrough a slaughter ' house in- asked by the Richmond Democratic to an open grave." uiiiD to address tne public of his native A PRESS dispatch says that Jf theRe- - town Everybody is invited, aud seats publicans, lirown Democrats and will be reserved .for tho Indies. At the same time, but preceding Mf.. Sound Money Democrats should secure a combined majority on joint ballot, lironston, uongressman U, 1'orter Kentucky will undoubtedly witness a Johnson, of Chicago. 111., will speak struggle of giants for a tienatorial toga to the Democracy. He is one of tlio Among tho&e likely to be voted for in most eloquent and convincing speakers such a contest would ho William Ltnd in me noruiwescc say, John Young Drown. W. O. Brad- Jev, Jolm W. Yerkos, W. C. P. Breckinridge, St Jolm Boylo, V. II. Holt, Joiiksox-Davi- s. GKirgo Denny, A. iu. Wilson, T. A. Mr. Evau E. John Wood, Samnel H. Stone. George W. son, of Dewitu III., and Miss May M 3mg; R. I. Stolh W. C Owens, D. W. uavis, 01 nea Mouse, tuts county, were Lindeav. C F. Bnrnam.Jolm W. Lewis. married S11 Veldon,l!l.,on Wednesdav. T. Z.JUorrw, Samuel J.Pngh, A. M. October. 18. The bride, who Is a daughter of the late John Davis,, and J. Cochran and Geortro M. Davie. Do you ne the name of single Dem sisler ot Mrs. Lyman Parrish, th's city, ocrat in that list? Not Then vote for: is a beautif hI nd accomplished young Combe who will.vqte for a Democrat to Idy, and her itvn friends jninwith succeed Wm. Liadwy hi the U<oli UieCuviJC ia ex'twiiling cpBxraiat-tle6- .' " " State SeettO. ing-Dill- weapons. But these attacks will be in RICHMOND on and after for payment of the money, to cent in the highest degree. They af- liver and kidney trouble, I suffered for Nov. G, 1899, to practice this wonderful havethe force and effectpurchase the of a replevin bond, front the reason and disgust tho taste. years from dspej&U, &ith severe joins. metbod of curing ALL diseases with- bearing legil interest from day of sale, with a lien reserved upon said property until all the Once old Den Wade, accounted the Hoofs S&s&parWa. made me strong Mia out the use of drugs. purchase money is paid. most acrimonious mau of his time, was fiearfy N. B. Persons having claims against the OTJRE8 under liis method appear as B. Emerion, Auburn, Me. J. of J. asked by an irate neighbor to indite if miraculous, bnt Fitch is not the chrp. estate same S. Galloway, dee'd are permitted to Gle with the him a card "f denunciation against n The method of Magnetic healinir as December terra, 1898, undersigned on or before of this court. enemy whom ho wished publicly to taught and practicedttoy Pror. Weltmer. novl 2w 8 E. SCOTT, M. C M. C. C. brand. "How shall I begin?" asked is purely scientific? Magnetic healing Wade. "Why, sir," says tho would-b- e riiJi ilH has Uen practiced 111 all ges with warrior, "I want you to say that he Is llood't HI1 curt liTcrlUi; the nd mora or less success. Every generation soh of a Sale and onlT calhtrtle to talte Tilth Uood't SrapartUx. has had its healers, many claiming this Master a get worso and worse, and stronger aud healing power to be a special gift. stronger every lino you writo." So it PROF. WELTMER, THE MOST WONis with the assailants of Mr. Goebel. DERFUL SCIENTIST OF Tins AGE. Ky. Ci Hens Bldg. & Loan Aso.. Assignee Vote for Combs for Representative. They begin with ''monster" and has demonstrated that it is- not A Plaintiffs, Ac, "fiend," and seek to build upon these against GIFT, but a science ia overv pa rticular. Edward Cornelison, - Defendants. of admiration, if not of affecepithets Ac., Prof. Weltmer has placed Magnetic Notice of Sale In Equity. tion, an edifice of blackguardism which Healing in the of all healing OY virtue f a Judgment and Order of Sale doubtless delights the votaries of bill or curative powers. By the wonderful u of the Madisoa Circuit Court, rendered at ingsgate, but which ran never reach the Dr. Jasper's many friends hope for of his treatment, 1839, in the September judicious among a peo his soecdv recovery from an atlack of application reach pvery ki.own its cura- style cause, theTerm thereof; will, on the above aud undersigned tive powers disease. ple who are nothing if they are not malaria. Those who are afflicted with Rheumasportsmanlike that is, on the dead The Paris Citizen says Miss Helen tism. Dyspepsia, Liver and Stomach Monday, November 6th, 1899.' and on tho square equally in Terrill, of this county, Is visiting Mrs, Compiaint, Diseases of the Kidneys. level Between the of o'clock, a. their racing and in their politics. bailie West. Heart Disease. Fera.".le Troubles of any o'clock, m.. athoursCourt11House door m. and 12 the in RichTake, for example, the uso that is be Mrs. W. W. Pigg have re kind, Nervous Dobility, St. Vitas mond, Madison county, Ky., (being November Mr. aud ing made of the killing of sandford turned from an extended .visit in Mis Dance, Paralysis. Asthma. Consump- County Court day), proceed to expose to Public It was the culmination of a bitter, bruthe highett bidder, the following detion, Deafness, Diseases ot the Eyes, Sale, to property, vir.: scribed tal quarrel. It goes without saving souri and Indiana. Miss Maude Bailev. of Harrodsburg, etc , Lost Vitality, Cancer, Tumors That certain Madisonparcel of Land situated that it was a most lamentable affair. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bigger- - and Goiters, sunken Che6t. Magnetic in 'Richmond, Lot or county, Ky., known as uutno one wi;i pretend that it was staff, on Second street. Treatment will reacli any disease if Lot Mo, 16 in Block 7 ot thetoRichmondofInvestment Company's addition the City wholly The dearest friends Said lot beginning on the corner from properly applied. It is knowing how of Mr. Sauford will not claim that he Dr. V. H. llobson has returned Tine Street and Linden Avenue and fronting gives relief and cur8 We believe that was set upon, hounded and pursued; a week's stay in New York, where he that any case of any g Avenue; thence disease can be Rrty (40) iset on Linden and Eighty (1SU) teet One Hundred that he Had given no provocation, per- attended the Udontoiogicai &ocieiy. cured by oar treatment. So do not dis to an sonth thence running east 40 feet to Pine alley; petrated no act; and that in the final Mr. Thomas Bigger will leave pair, but come and see us. Consulta- Street; thence with Pine Street 180 feet to the encounter he did not do his best to slay beginning.' for Newport News, Va , to make ti) his future home. Harrodsburg: Demo tion Free Or a sufllcient quantity thereof the man who had the misfortune Terms: Sl.50 per treatment or 87 per "the sum of $1)5.30, the amount of to produce money bo slay him. Mr. Sandford was a man of crat. week at office. Outside of office, special ordered to be made, and the costs hereof. spirit and courage. Between him and was terms. TEEMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 Dr. R. Mr. Goebel a deadly issue snranfir, among L Willis, of Lexington, months. purchaser will be required to those friends from a distance Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. in. 1 to 5 p. m. give bond,The good security, for the payment with Doubtless both of them performed their who attended the funeral of Mihs Alice of the purchase money, to have the force and share in making it deadlj. It was Arnold. effect of a Judgment, bearing legal Interest fsandfnrd's fate to fall liy the hand of from day of sale, with a Lien reserved upon Misses Rachel and Jennie Lillard and said property until all the purchase money is Goebel. But what connection in the paid. were at Richmond remotest degree has that circumstance Miss Dovie Burton S. E. SCOTT, M, C. M C. C. to attend the funeral of Miss Alice with the fact that handfoid was a Con federate soldier, whilst Goebel was too Arnold. Anderson News. young to he a soldier on either side Mr. Miio Shanks arrived from Uaslcr GonDissioicKs Sale ! during the war of sections? W hat pos Washington on Sunday and will remain sible relation does It hear to the issue two weeks He says Mr. J. Speed Smith in dispute between the Renublicans will be here this week. Ky. Citizens Bldg. & Loan ) Notice of Sale and the Democrats in the present cam Mr. L. E. Lane, the Second street Asso . Assignee, - Plff., In Equity. paign tor oiaie omcersy against jeweler, was in Mt. Sterling last week Luke Williams, &c. - Dcf ts. Andrew jacKson Had tne same misexpect fortune in his younger days to kill a edMrs. Kuper Hood and son ureweek. DY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Home Irom uovington next u the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the neighbor. Not until after he had ceased September Term thereof, 1SS9. in the above Judge W. B. Smith, of Richmond, to be acandidate for office did General style cause, the undersigned will, on Jackson hear the last of the duel with who spoke here court day, dined at Dickinson. History has adjudged that. Dr. W. T. McNees', he being a relative Monday, November 6, 1899, as Bucn tilings go. he had the right 01 it of Mrs. McNees and Mrs. W. S. Havi-Between the hours of 11 o'clock, a. m., and 12 But, right or wrong, it did not prevent land. C'ynthiana Times. o' clock, m, at the Court nouse door in Richhim from doing splendid service for his The Prandeimial Club will meet with mond, Madison county, Ky., (being November country; it did not sta3 his victory at Mr. Ciarence E. Woods on County Coo rt day), proceed to expose to Public IN DAMP "WEATHER aie. u me uignesi oiuaer, tne lollowlng deNew Orleans; it did not defeat him for at 7:30 in the Sigma Nu Hall. This scribed Droaerty. viz.: resident, or make mm a bad Pres- will be the first meeting of the fourth That certain Lot or narcpl nf Ttnd Mnnt1 ident What had the slaying of Dick cycle of the club's existence. Gov Collai-- s and cuffs laundered In the Cityof Richmond, Ky., fronting on the uunu siuc tu r rancis r:creei nuy to do with the Removal of the McCreary is President, Mr. Woods, leet and inson running by us do not lose their tion One back same width in a northerly direcDeposits, or tho suppression of the Nul- Secretary. (1351 feet. Handred and Thirtv-flvlifies? What had the slaving of band-for- d Monsieur Henry P. Reid, lately chief Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce gloss and stiffness. the sum or $435.01, the amount of money so to do with the compelling of pub- ortliographer and editor of the general ordered to be made, and the costs hereof. lic institutions to pay their taxes, like information GOOD LAUNDRY WORK department of the CliTERMS Sale will be made on a creditor other and with the cheap max, now a leading life insurance 6 and 12 months equally. The- - purchaser will ening of school books to the children of agent at Mt. Sterling, returned on Sat- Is our pride. "We glor3r in it. De requirea to give Dona, witn good security, for the payment ot the money, Kentucky Yet tho orators and the urday in time to register in to the effect of a Judgment, For ladies and gentlemen; havelegal force andfrom daypurchase with a bear-to newspapers of the Ixmisville and Nash plant his X under the rooster. order ing Interest of sale, ville Railroad howl as i they were very purand little folks, too, we do reserved upon said property until all the Lien Says the Frankfort Roundabout: tuasa tuuucy is paiu. woives as some 01 tiiem are and ap ".Miss Bessie (Jrowe, ot itichniouu. an our best. peal to ucnieuerate mothers and A. S. E. SCOTT, M. C. M. C C. uauguters, and to tne emotions ot wo hasB. graduate of Central University, been secured as assistant teacher to PLEASED CUSTOMERS men generally, to avenge the death of Winston, in the Winston School. Sandford by electing as Governor acan Mrs. Crowe, ! who is a sister of our Rev. Are the kind of jieople we deal didate dictated by the very institutions Miss Wm. Crowe, Jr., wiil receive a cordial winch would dodge their taxes and welcome in our town, not only ns a with, and we want you to shirk their duty to tho public. member of the Winston School, but as be one of them. Can you Not a word of answer is made to the "ui vinnuau aiKaiUSb lie addition to plain tale told by Goebel. If he talks a valuable community." the social ele givepus any good reason uubiuuwa v jdvovui. lliiuwn, U.. arc IICTCUV ment of the same YUriUCU lO 1118 of taxes, they talk of murder. If he undersigned on or before January 1, 1900, or talks of they talk of Miss Ethel Garnor, of Winchester, why 3Tbu should not be? name will be harrtv. Thin rntirn ia nii of broken pledges. If he expounds his and her cousin. Miss Anuie Warren, Claimants, wnetner agamst deceased as princi enV. II. WILLIAMS, pal or security. RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. peculiar views of Democracy views. Naslivillo. were given a delightful Auministrator. let us say, that in manv things we do tertainment on Friday night by Mr. Mrs, not approve thev troll off a lot of ro and Mrs. Brutus W. Turner. domontade about the State Convention Malt Adams, of Winchester, assisted that put the ticket he heads iu the iu entertaining. The plan of entertain ing devised by the hospitable hostess field. It was bad enough, Heaven knows. was a "Conversation Contest" Topics IrtiijflrtLitaiiirtijrairtiit but, from Btart to finish, It was six of were discussed for three minutes by one to of the other; a dog- each of the young folks and a seauair. iMO one win deny, 110 cret ballot on the most entertaining conone can deny, that the Louisville and versationalist resulted as follows: Nashville Railroad put forth all its Miss Warren and Mr. Buckner. energesand resources to nominate one of the contestants. With the Louis ville and Nashville, it was anybody and anyining to oeat uoeuei. mailing in mm Gibson. The death on Saturday o me original convention it got up an other convention, set up an opposition Thomas Gibson, the popular li ticket and now, through the agency of lately a well Known larmer. created this, opposition ticket, it is trying to widespread surprise and regret. His beat Goebel by electing the Republican illness was brief, and few knew of its seriousness, liurial from the house ou uuftei. IB uue uui but This being the issue, aud it is the is Sunday. The Episcopal burial service sue and the sole issue, we are curious was periormed by Rector Uarpentor to see how the people of Kentucky are whose attractive presence, manner and mm going to stand it. Wo are curious to voice lent beauty to an otherwise im nSk see whether a people, supposed to he pressive service. Rev. Mr. Lloyu bravo and free, aud of ordinary intelli- prayed at the l.ouse and grave. The gence, are going to allow themselves to llnral offerings were very prettily debo taken by the throat, and that by a signed, especially those beariug"Father" Many relatives were powerful corporation, and smote lo the and "Kent." heart as a common butcher might stick plunged in sorrow and all hearts were a pig. We are the more curious to see touched by the scone, but to the writer this because the agents for doing the nothing equaled in pathos the silentgrief work are so transparent in their of the elder brother, Mr Stephen Gibmethods and bo wanton in their at- son, of Fayette, the solo survivor of tack. Since when did inflamed ap- those who emigrated to America many mm peals to hysteric women couutas a force years ago. We seemed to read his harmm in Kentucky politics? Sinc9 when did rowed feelings and felt a louch of his cmv valuesthe union of the capitalists with the anguish of soul as he saw laid away his thug promise peace ou election day?-- last loved brother and playmate of the long ago. Age has no comfort in such Wiio is It that talks about but the Republican ciowd and the sorrow save in memory and hope, and crowd, which, though paid by a great may God soothe theofd man's heart as Derailway company, has its headquarters he now realizes his loneliness. at a dive theater, and, to the extent of ceased leaves Miss Florida and Mr. Its capacity, may be depended upon to Jatnes Gibson two unmarried children, break Into ballot boxes aud to steal to whom ho lelt a good estate and a votes, and other wise to raiso all tho spotness name. To these a community of fond friends extend heartfolt symboll it can on election day? By their fruits ye shall" know them. pathy. C.E.W The newspapers which aiejn the employ of a railway company, and in State or Ohio, citv op Toledo, 1 obedience to its orders would drench Lucas couktv, Kentucky in fraternal blood, show for Frank J. Cheney makes an. oath that thempelves. One need only read them is the senior partner of the firm of to known in advance and to realize the ho J. Cheney & Co F. despotism which this single, bnt pow- the city of Toledo,, doing husine&j in county and erful, corporation would establish in aforesaid, and that eaul firm willSUte pay mm of one hundred dollaks for man can read them without alterna the sum overy case of catarrh that can each and ting derision anddisgufitjdisgustatthei coarse, vulgar and proiane uso or our not' he cured hy the use of Hall's mother tongue, their Bbamelessness at d UATAnnil lA'RE. Fkaxr- J. Chekkv. and their lying; derision that men of Swora to before mo and subscribed average sense 6hou.d imagine that'such a desecration of election methods and iu mp presence, this Cth day of Decemcampaign devices- could impose upon ber, A.D.1SSG. A. W. Gleasox, anybody except the most predetermined Notary Public. r and creuuions. i 8EAL The Courier Journal has not a partiBUS cle of concrete interest in this election. taken interHall's For Gov. Prown, and his colleagues, it nally andCatarrh Cure is the blood and acts directly tin entertains no having often sup- mucous surfaces mm ported him and them, quite ready to for testimonials, of tho system. Send free. do so again if occasion requires; It is F. J, Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O. lie friend, not the enemv, of tho Louis Sold by drtiKuisl. 75c ville and JNasuvillo railroad, as of its Hall's Family Pills-- are the best. Ita managers: aud we have an impression first-clas- s is fast coming when that that the time great and. vital corporation will need all tne friends it can get, the she-do- e. 0Qa. . J rf. - - .e a ) c toiiissioiicr's Don't fail to stop in and see what we have. Wash Fabrics, Outing Flannels, . light and dark ground, solid colors, stripes and checks, extra heavy fine qualit.y, at 10c per yd. Good values also at 5 and SJc. -- O o " -- a a ) o fc 6) - --- SO." ... PERSONAL. Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels, good quality, solid white, pink and olive, at - a OS fore-fro- nt 35 and 49c, fair-minde- d .. SKIRTS Ladies' Outing Underskirts, 39 inches long, 2 yds wide, 25c. Net Fleeced Lined Skirts at same price. Black Net Skirts 50c. KNIT UNDERWEAR. n 8 -- ) ) a o os CO.- -. o.-- c.. s.. 0 08 "(J - o . one-side- d. y. Good warm garments, vests 19, 25 and 50c. Union Suits 25, 50 and 99c. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. -- SO -- "09 08 -- 09 09 g 09 08 08 09 09 09 09 09 09 os 00 9 S run-tin- 8. a. BO... B9 . Just e..- - Ae. good size blanket, 49c and up. SILK WAIST PATTERNS. Plain-an- d come and inspect them. See the bargains in these winter coverings. Prices extremely moderate. A nice oct25-2- Sa. .. 90. .. 8. e. Qt). 99t,. .. o OS O a..-.- . ?8J - fancy, a variety of color and styles, every piece new, the very best at the price. Splendid values. RIBBONS. -- 08 08 os CO 9 09 "9 ---- 08 09 08 oa oo Fine all silk ribbons, in the new color effects, for neck and belt, 25c peryd. 08 08 9 e ht co... e so... . 9o.. So.. so., . e s, so., so.. so. Fancy figured creton per yd. 8, 10 and 15c. Floor Oilcloth in different widths and patterns. Clark's Thread, 3 spools for lOcts. SSTDon't fail to call. Yours Hespectfullj', " oa ; , 08 08 00 OS 08 " N3 IS .3 1 o "rft tt9 n of) O 48 e6 oct23-2- Creditors' Notice v. v I school-book- s, OCHI-41- V THERE'S NOTHIKB LIKE IT, No, nothing to equal our "ULTRA" Shoes for Ladies. You get everlasting comfort, when yon pet our Ultra. A perfect fit for-- the foot, no pinching or crumping. No half-a-doze- n eai-uo- g ra.. F m nu 09 CO 09 09 04 63 .3 cj OS " K9 t ,) 2!!iIlSSii;i!i"SiSIS essssoacsooseootoseoseeaeoseooe " c0 J J DEATHS s very-ma- ur Prices life HI Help You your foot may be, we caii fit you perfectly. They are put up for wear, and will out wear any common iviako. 'I hey are a beautiful Shoe. They not only please the foot, but also please the eye. Boyond a doubt they are tho grandest Shoes on earth. They are made in many different styles and shape?. Come ia and Jet us show vou. matler how wide or nnrrow Prepare Fer Winter. We mnst have good SHOES and BOOTS, if wc expect ig) Make blood-she- d ill your standard, you will find every day needs - at every day battle successfully with winter weather. Wc have far, the best line of SHOES and BOOTS to be found this section. They wear better, last longer, and better than others. Our prices are always low. never have dissatisfied customers. OUR ! iV 111 VALl'i-CONVINCE- . FREEMAN BROS. FIKST STREET, RICHMOND, KY . 1PJ - m SATISFACTION witness. His m if3 - Is our aim, tho goods behind f V our promise is our living and" everything tlO&EMR-IIGIMIi- T preference to EE IL; Is what you want in ill-wi- ll; 1 For anything it at Coiirier-Jpurn- al included. But lair play is a jewel now as ever. So is a snuaredeal. This is not being, given the Democrats of Kentucky. We would not treat a dog as these people are treating Win Goehel. It is for this reason, and this alone, that the Courier-Journmarks the proceedings and epters its earnest protest, we had wished and intended to keep out Qf the contefet except 0 re port its progress; nut wo should despise ourselves u we laiied to utter the in dignant sense of scorn winch good men must feel in the presence of such an.ar- ray 01 nypoensy, malevolence and al m Furnikept in a ture Store, you will find - Hi m why you should get it and no other: It gives more heat and uses less'f uel. It is more substantially built and like a hot air furnace. It has a large radiating surface, others. Reasons all ill A Rubber W. S. OLDHAM'S, SUCCESSOR Td BI&SEWAFF lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms evenly. which circu- k &LMiM. . Hp , iSfS has perfect regula- from ashes, as it is carried away by the patent ash flue. It op-crat- el heater. .It is a double 'o dirt RELIGIOUS. The three sermons at (he Baptist church tliis week hy Kev. Mr. Jiyalls, ji Trenton, Tenn., were received with vreat favor. The nthlresw wero ol high order, intpllectualiy and Spiritual' ly, qpd Btampei the preacher as a. wan of much learning and piety. JfRcv. T.B.Hill, of Louisville, Ky.. will preach at the Baptifct church, this citv. Sunday at 11 o'clock also 7 o'clock in Jlio oveninjy. Although tWr. Hill is a your.fr man, he has had k long experience as pastor, having hiiilt two chttrchea since tho biB-kiiof lifa wifiMtrV. Let till wk ML. Mwo. -a 10 inwc urn. ;t Tire Factory Hera irSJ mm MARRIED. 't i oi Mr.S. L. JlidkifT has installed the first and only plant in tho county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for Vohtults, and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices. Ve examined it is work and found it equal to any in service. He wilt be pleased to exhibit his own factory worJr. and quote prices. He rHils"rwbler thesj on om wneoi anu me mo oi- the vehicle is prolonged sot hat twice their cost is saved, not to HMsntwHi the cqin- - LINE COMPLEiEE. 'Bhono T5. UNDERTAKING mm mm Ifi-Dii- ':;ight36. Pi) fect. The blackincr of the outside facing- never burns off and is bright all the year round. For sale by - tion and. easy to Tfte design of the stove is per- Si J Maik V . Swt (Iwrlved- - T :c3jnf Ai M NsV MS ram : mm. i i Street, Richmond, Ky. MiV H VlfcV Vfl - - - a l Volume. 26, No. 22. VALID REASONS RICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT, - November to him 1, 1899. Do you want to know why I am them that I would rather every one army demanded it, and th prerident test a contest in which plutocracy 13 on the one side and Democracy Is on here? I am here because I lore tho of them would vote against me and had to pardon him because the con the other side. We had a campaign principles wrUten in the Chicago plat stand by the principles of Democracy, viction outraged the- sense of Justice than stand by me and vote to elect a throughout the civilized world. in 1836, when the Republican party form. I believe it to be a new declara was compelled to raise from the cor- tion of American independence, and I Republican governor. (Great and conAnd now, when we have pressing Presented "by Mr. Bryan For porations of the- - nation such a cam- believe in those additional planks writ- tinued applause.) I have a higher am- upon us this demand for a large stand paign fund as no party ever used be- ten in the Louisville platform against bition than being president of the ing army, this measure that will not Supporting Goebel. only burden the taxpayers, but menace fore. Aye! more than that, a cam- the trusts and against imperialism. I United States. (Applause.) paign fund that I think I may safely believe that the safety of this nation I have ,an ambition that can be American liberty, we are asked to stop say was larger than all the campaign is imperiled by Republican policies, shared by every citizen. If I know my and settle the details of a state conventc tion, before we relieve this nation from AN APPEAL TO KENTUCKIANS funds used by the Republican party and because I believe that this nation's own heart my highest ambition is from the days of Fremont to the days safety, Its welfare and its Institutions do all within my power to make this this threatened evil. of Hanna. The Republican party has gone a are in danger, therefore I come from government so good that to be an We had that campaign. By the use my Nebraska home to warn you that American citizen will be greater than sten further. It is indorsing: a colonial Of the Democratic Persuasion to Fight of money and coercion the Republican if you help to elect a Republican govto be a king (loud applause), and I policy. It Is indorsing the doctrine of party won. It has made not an ad- ernor, you put It in his power to de- want to show you my Interest in Dem- empire. Mr. McKinley, in his speech the Common Enemy. vance, but f. retreat even from the feat those principles at a critical mo- ocratic principles by coming to Kenat Minneapolis the other day, said position that it occupied in 1896. It is ment (Applause.) tucky, and warning you of the risks that he had no doubt that we would worso today that it was then, and is We you take when you array yourselves permanently hold the Philippine isWe have an election in 1900. REPLY TO JOHN YOUNG BROWN applying to every question the same can not tell how large the majority against a ticket that stands upon a lands; he had no doubt that tthey vicious principles that it applied to the will ba in this state, but If you have a platform that Indorses the Chicago would prove a great blessing to us, question before the country in 1896. Republican counting machine that has platform Ideas. Let me repeat I want and then he used the sentence to We are on the eve of another na- no conscience, it doesn't matter much to burn the words into your memories, which I want to call your attention: Kill the Dears and Then Tackle tional campaign a campaign that will how large the majority may be. We that while you have a right to bolt 1 "That congress will provide for them the Mosquitoes, Says lie. determine whether this Is to be a gov- can not get no matter how large yet when you bolt you assume respon- a government which will bring them ernment of the people, by the people our majority. it I believe thaLJn 1896 sibility for all that your bolting does. blessings, which will promote their and for the people, or a government there were votes counted for the What has your bolting done In this material interests as well as advance EVILS THREATENING THE REPUBLIC of monopolies, by monopolies and for into ticket In this state that were state? It has divided DemocracyDem- their people in tho path of civilization monopolies. (Applause.) You met never cast and that I carried the statu warring factions, and the Brown and intelligence, I confidently believe." in convention at Louisville; you In- of Kentucky. (Applause.) ocracy has spent Its time denouncing Just change that sentence a little. In put The the Goebel Democracy, instead of deWhile .Not Denying the Rleht of dorsed the Chicago platform. In 1S00 there will be another elec- nouncing the Republican party. (Great the place of "congress" put "parliaplatform adopted at Louisville con"the colc ment," and after '"them" govEvery .Man to Vote tion, and if you elect a Republican tained not only an indorsement of the ernor, onists," and you have a sentence that then that Republican governor applause.) He Points Out the Chicago platform, but it announced the My friends, there will be time enough wouid have expressed the confident beman who must sign tho Danger of I.ooiug tbo party's position on the new questions will be theof election, which shall be when this election is over to adjust the lief of King George when we rebelled we from the mother country. (Applause.) tnat have arisen sincej and that plat- certificates Blue Grass State. authority of the electors of this equities between Democrats. Now injustice that "King George confidently believed that form, among other things, indorsed the the state, and if you elect a Republican are trying to remedy the Goebel election law. There was no governor, and that Republican gover- Republicanism is forcing upon the parliament would provide for the colThe tour through Kentucky of De- minority report in that convention. nor stands In with the plutocratic au- United States. (Applause.) This .bolt onists a government which would state, this division of Democra- bring them blessings, and which would There was no fight on that platform, mocracy's fcaness leader, Hon. thorities of the nation, that are now in this J. Bryan, was one of triumph. At and when that convention adjourned, behind the Republican party, you will cy into warring factions, is the only promote their material interests as every point where he was billed to and ticket was nominated, that become responsible for the action of hope of the Republican party In this well as advance their people In the Republicans have no path of civilization and intelligence." speak great crowds turned out to greet ticket stood before the country as repthat Republican governor at a critical etnte. of The winning over a united Dem- Change the sentence ln another way, him. Our gallant stsJard bearer, resentative of that platform. hangs hope time, when the fate of a nation ocracy, but if they can divide DemocHon. Wil!ian Goebel. a- - ompanied the The Bolters' Convention. and in the place of "congress" put in the balance. (Great applause.) . they- may hope for the "cortes," and after "them" put "CuNebraska" orator on hi rrip and was Some Democrats met and organized says that the Go- racy, then The constitution accorded magnificent ovtions. Burn- another convention. It was not a triumph of a minority over a defeated bans," and you will have a sentence vernor shall have the power to All vaing issues of the hour w.e expounded The only hopo that they that would fit the Spanish monarch called in the regular way, nor cancies that may orcur in the seDats majority. by Mr. Bryan to sympathetic throngs. a convention to which delegates were Republican senator when this nation Interfered, to bring legislature In session. have of electing a The great orator at all places por- sent in the regular way. It was a con- when there is no In this state Is to divide Democracy liberty to the people of Cuba. There The governor whom you elect this Into warring factions, and I want you trayed the necessity of united and vention formed of those men who were is a sentence that shows a clear depar four harmonious action on the part of Ken- opposed "to the other ticket that was fall will occupy the. chair for if your bolting ture from the principles written in during those four years he to understand" that years; and tucky Democrats at this time. Na- nominated. jeopardizes the election of Joseph C. the Declaration of Independence; and It can not be called a tional issues, he said. Imperatively de- representative convention. It can not will have the right to fill vacancies in S. Blackburn, you become responsible if the people of this state this fall vote mand that they rally .around the be called a convention representing the the senate. If you elect a Republican for six years of Republicanism in the the Republican ticket, or so vote as to governor he will stand ready to fill a standard of William Goebel, thus Democratic voters of (Ap aid in the election of a Republican this state; and vacancy with a Republican. If you senate of the United States.. wresting the state from Republican now plause.)- the ticket nominated by the bolt- elect Goebel he will be sure to fllr the ticket the election this fall will be misrule and insuring sweeping success ing I believe In an income tax. I believe counted as an Indorsement of the princonvention is in this campaign with vacancy" with a Democrat who stands of the people's cause in 1900. no possible prospect of election, and on the Chicago platform. (Applause.) It Is a just tar. I believe the present ciples now actuating the Republican When the distinguished party reachsystem by which we collect all the party. It will be a declaration of apwith but one influence, and that Is to ed Louisville 26,000 enthusiastic people Value of One Vote taxes to support the federal govern- proval of the president's imperial aid in the election of the Republican were in waiting at the barbecue. Both Sometimes the vote in the senate Is ment, cr practically all, In time of (Applause.) ticket. And the basis Colonel Bryan and Hen. William Goeclose. Sometimes so close that a sin- peace from tar upon consumption I I was asked in this letter how I bel received nattering ovations and upon which they rest their fight Is that gle vote will determine the passage of say I believe the system Is unjust and could favor a convention resting upon the convention that met at Louisville both responded hy delivering ringing a bill. It is only a few months ago i Inequitable, because it makes the poor yet oppose Imperialism In addresses. Mr. Bryan's speech in full did things that relieved the voters that the Bacon resolution came before pay more than their share and the rich force and support the the Philippine islands. Well, my from any obligation to resofollows: senate. No more important pay less, and I want Jo Blackburn in friends, I can shoot bear before I comWhen a man tells you that the ticket body in BHYAB'S ADDRESS. the senate to vote for an amendment mence to fight mosquitoes. (Laughter you are justified in helping to elect a lution has been before that years; and when the roll was to the constitution that will specifically Republican governor, you ask him recent and applause.) If my home Is attacked Mr. Chairman and Ladies and Genvote on that resolution was authorize an Income tar, so that by two kinds of wild beasts, I will try whether if Mr. Taylor had been a can- called the tlemen: I am glad that I have an opa tie, and the Republican vice presione Judge nor nine judges can portunity to address so many of the didate against Mr. Goebel in that con- dent cast the deciding vote, and neituera legal bulwark around the for- first to kill the most dangerous one, build and when I have him out of the way tention, there wou!d have been any voted no. good people of Kentucky on this occatunes of the great (Loud applause.) I will take care of the less dangerous doubt of Mr. Goebel's nomination in sion. My coming needs no explanaThat resolution promised to the FiliBlackburn's Vote Needed. one. (Applause.) tion, no apology, I am here because I that convention. (Applause.) pinos independence and The Republican party is attempting Do you tell me that that Louisville Because a man was nominated who am still interested in the triumph of as soon as a stable government The Demo-j convention received Its authority from those principles set forth In the Chi- the bolters do not like, or to whose coulu be established, and because Ken-tuc- to retire the greenbacks. cratlc party Is opposed to the retire- force? You are hero in this state and cago platform and reatiimed in the nomination they objected, they offer was represented in the United platform adopted at Louisville. (Ap- as a remedy the election of a Republi- States senate by a Republican, who ment of the greenbacks, and I want Jo pan rempdv that hereafter: but when Blackburn in the senate to vo'e against can governor and Republican state offi plause.) was elected when Jo Blackburn ought i the retirement of the greenbacks and that it has abandoned the principles of When I arrived this morning a mes- cers. 1 war.t to say to you. my menus, have heea 1 a national bank currency, because the a republic and Indorses the principles senger handed mo a letter and told me that in my humble judgment, you have national banks are seeking to secure of empire, you will find it more difftime to settle your grievances after that it was from John have been carried ir Jo Blackburn had j from the federal government the right icult to retrace your steps. Yodng Brown. (Applause and hisses this without jeopardizing every great been there. to issue and control the paper money And then I want to ask how any and cries of "Read it") It asks me to principle that you love, and for which I can not tell, you can not tell, no of the country; and I want Jo Black- -i man who favors an imperial policy in you have been fighting. (Applause.) answer certain questions. I came here questions burn there to stand for six years as the the Philippine islands can find any human being can tell what to this state to answer those questions. You mav think what vou believe of may aris- - nor we teU haw close representative of the toiling and prothat convention. You raajUhink what fault with the application of force any(Applause.) you please as to the relative merits j the vole' may be on Questions during ducing masses against the policy of where at home or abroad. (Laughter It states in the first place well, it nextfew years. We hope to win the money-changeon this money and applause.) of the candidates before that conven- does not state. (Laughter.) a victory in 1900. We hope to take the Danger of Imperialism. The letter says: "If it be true that tlon. You may think what you please executive office out of the hands of the question. The question of the nation's standI believe that the Republican policy a secret written bargain was made of the roettod employed in that con- - j Republicans and put it in tne hands Today the question is not ard money will be before the senate. prior to the late Louisville Music hall vention. of a Democrat; but, m friends, what Mr. McKinley sent a commission to of imperialism Is a danger and a menace to our principles of government, convention between Messrs. Goebel between the men who were candidates wlu ifc do us to elect a Demo" and Stone," and so forth, "If It be true before that convention. The question cratlc president, and then tie his hands Europe to get rid of the gold standard and I believe that now is the time by' international bimetallism, and the when the American people must speak that a secret written bargain was is whether vou will elect the ticket with a Republican senate? laboring men of England wanted Eng-- j out against the doctrine of imperialmade," and then he sets forth what he nominated on that platform or a ReYou tell me that you are interested land to helpus, and the farmers of ism. Do you thirst for the glories of understands the written bargain to be, publican ticket That Is the question submitted to in these questions that are now before England wanted England to help us, an empire? I point you to the history and says: "If it be true that this baryou are, you dare not but the bankers of London did not gain was executed, then do you state the people of Kentucky, and you may the people. If of this republic for the last 100 years, think all you please and say all you risk the fate of this republic and a de- want England to help -- us, and the and tell you I would not trade the that the action of such substituted dellike against the ticket nominated, and cision in the senate you dare not risk bankers controlled the English govern- glory of this republic for the glory egates could give Goebel the nominaof hands of a Republican gov- ment and the English government it in tion of the Democratic party; was not i against the platform or against the ernor. the may be Jall the empires that have risen and critIt that just at the controlled the policy of Europe, and fallen since time began. (Applause.) such a contract fraudulent?' and then convention that nominated the ticket; ical tine when some question of great Europe, through the Republican party, j he asks whether the chairman of a ; and yet that ticket and that platform moment If you defend imperialism on the is before the senate, and when is controlling tho policy of the United j ground sovereign body ought to entertain an stand for Democratic principles and that it will pay, I tell you, you may be that there States, and I want Jo Blackburn in the is close, appeal, and then if such things were Democratic policies, as against Repub- - the senate vacancy. it can not settle great questions upon Human life is un- United States senate to vote for an lican candidates. Republican platforms will be a done, as be claims, "is not this a menyou could, you could that basis; certain. None of us know how soon American financial policy for the not prove but if (Apprinciples. Republican ace to free government; and do you and that materialism would be may come to us, but if, American people. (Loud applause.) the summons indorse the Goebel election law? If plause.) beneficial to the mass of the people, I have never denied the right of a you have a Republican there you know The trust question will come before You can not afford to. drag so, please explain why you advocate -, that every opportunity that presents that senate. The trusts have grown tion of thehntIon's policy the quesfree government for the people of the man to bolt In fact, LJiave always down to tho Improved by a Republiup with greater rapidity during the low basis of dollars and cents; Philippines and deny it to the people insisted that a man's vote belonged to itseu will he neither There were can governor by the appointment of a last two years thanever before, and can you afford to establish the doc-of Kentucky? Have you any plea save him, and to him only. i Republican to the senate. great trine ' bolters In 1896. I had a chance to say they seek now to gather all the that of political ascendeni,yopIer",-p- o that this nation Is going to go I am not willing to risk the fate of industries into the bands of a few rrn, forth and civilize with the cannon things hard against bolters because that of political expediency to justify and submission by American citizens to my nomination came from a conven- - this government I am not willing to where a few men can fix the price of proselyte with the sword. (Applause.) by the people, and nobody risk the settlement of great questions all that you buy, fix the price of all j Do not lay Yery tion elected the outrages above indicated. this war of conquest upon ever rose to dispute the authority of In order to come down and settle the tne raw material that you sell, and fix the Almighty. A Republican respectively yours, senator that convention. A platform was details of a state convention, where the wages paid tcthose who convert j said that the Lord was in "JOHN YOUNG BROWN." it that He n, products. opened the door of conven- - one Democrat was nominated and adopted by of that raw material into finished (Voices Pour it into him now.) Philippine is-- 1 If You can not annihilate the trusts un- lands, pushed us in the and I was nominated by two- - other was defeated. (Applause.) Replies to Brown. and shut the door. yet never during the cam- - there is a man here who feels that it til the senate is on our side, and I (Laughter.) Mr. Bryan Let me say in the first third3. and Who told him so? Who paign did I say one word In abuse of Is his duty to vote against the Goebel want Jo Blackburn in the United has authority to reveal place, that r did not come to Kenthe plans of tucky to investigate the details of a any man who felt it his duty to vote ticket, I want him to understand that States senate to vote on every occasion the Almighty? against me. I said If a man believed when he does it he risks all these for the annihilation of the trusts and A. Voice Mark Hanna. state convention and sit in judgment interest-th- e the monopoly In private hands. Mr. Bryan Who has authority to upon the things done in that conven- that my election would be injurious to questions that he says he is country, then he ought to vote ed In. We have another question. The Re- tell us that God has commanded us to tion. I did not come to this state to I appreciate the compliment paid to publican party desires an Increase in engage in a war of conquest? I believe discuss the details of an election law. against me. But, my friends, those who voted me by the Brown convention. It the standing army. Mr. McKinley In God. ITielleve in His influence over come to this state to say, and I want I me took the responsibility of dorsed me for the presidency, and that asked congress to raise the army the thoughts and purposes to say it with emphasis, that if there of men, but was in that convention anything done helping to elect a Republican presl- ia a compliment It is a compliment from 25,000 men to 100,000, and you can not --undertake to blame God responsible for every to any man to be Indorsed for the pres-- the Republican house of represenfor every purpose that every man has, ''that a Democrat does not think ought dent, and became to have been done, I want to ask what thing mat a uepuuiican presiaent aia. idency, and I have had it suggested tatives, prompt to do the bidding of or for every purpose that even a party that because that convention indorsed a Republican president, voted for a may have. If I feel In my heart an remedy that Democrat is going to (Applause.) ' me for the presidency, therefore I must bill that raised the army to 100.00G, impulse to take money out of my own Responsible For Republicans. offor to remedy the wrong that he And so T say that if there is a man stay in Nebraska and watch the people and that question is still before the pocket and give It to some one in dln- -I Demthinks was dona I ask of the ho support that ticket help elect a country, because that bill was only de- tress, I will trace the impulse to God; ocrat who complains of that conven- -' In this state who believes it is his tlon what his remedy Is. Is It to elect duty to vote against Mr. Goebel and Republican governor in the state of feated by a combination of Democrats, but if I feel in my heart an Impulse to a Republican governor and Republican the Goebel ticket, I have not one word Kentucky. (Applause.) If I were, to Populists and silver Republicans in put my hand into somebody else's officers in the state of Kentucky? .to say In criticism of his act; but I , do that I vrould be placing my own the senate. pocket, and get his money for my iJse, want him to know that when he does personal interests above the welfare '(Cries of ,no, no.) If that is the remWant a Larger Army. I will not lay it on the Almighty. edy proposed, I want the Democrat it he assumes responsibility for the of the country, and for the principles The president and the Republican (Laughter and applause.) There Is party still want a large standing army. another old fellow that I will lay it who applies the remedy to apply it election of a Republican governor. for which 1 fought (Applause.) A New Reason. Whether he votes dlrectlyt for a Rewith a full knowledge of the responsiI believe that a large standing army on. (Laughter and applause.) bility that he assumes. The man who publican governor, or .votes for Mr. And I want to say to the Brown men would be not only a burden to the I am afraid the Republican party has attempts to correct a Democratic con- Brown, and thus enables a Republican that while I am glad to have them American people, but would be a men- adopted the philosophy of the colored vention by electing a Republican gov- governor to be elected, no matter what think well of me, I am glad to have ace to liberty Itself. If you want to man of whom I once read who was ernor assumes responsibility for all he does, if he does not support the them have confidence in me, I want to know the menace of a large- - army, go very fond of chicken, but not always that that governor does after he has Goebel ticket he becomes responsible tell them that I am going to give them to France and witness the proceedings careful about the observance of the elected him. (Applause.) for the actions of the Republican ad- a new reason for loving me of tue Dreyfus trial. There was an commandments. He said that when We are In the midst of a great con ministration. confidence In me. I am going to tell innocent man convicted because the he prayed the Lord to send a chicken -an as-HI)e-blr- cs, Yv'n-11a- m the-- Lord seldom did It; hut when he prayed the Lord to send him after a chicken, he nearly always got I beit (Laughter and applause.) prayed lieve the Republican party has the Lord to send it after a chicken (laughter), and it is trying now to cover up greed and avarice with the hypocrisy that it is being done for the welfare of the people of the Philippine islands. te con-vent.- pol-icy- . i clected-(applause- )-that ' j i rs i Ed j j j j j j ' . j two-thir- an-tio- j j ( I j ' and-havln- mon. The minister, who was Mr. Brown of Rochester, N. Y., took this text or passage, which describes the scene where Christ was before Pilate. Pilate said to Christ: "Knowest thou not that I have power to release thee or to put thee to death," and taking that text the minister contrasted force and love. Pilate represented force. Behind him was the Romas government, the Roman legions and Caesar himself. Before him, helpless and alone, stood Christ preaching the gospel of love, and force triumphed. They nailed Him to a tree, and those who believed in brute force stcodaround, mocked and jeered,, and said: "He is dead," and then the minister pointed out howfrom that day the power of Caesar waned and- the power of Christ increased, and in a few centuries the Roman government was gone and its whilethe followers of Christ increased with each passing year, until millions now take His name with reverence upon their Hps, and then the minister sald4Jiat in this nation force and love mCTt face to face, smd that we are to decide whether this nation would stand before the world as a Pilate, representing brute force, or as a Christ, representing the uplifting power of love. I believe he spoke the truth. I believe that this nation today must decide whether it is going to be a great moral force, rising arid drawing all men unto It, or whether it is going to sink to the low level of the empires of the Old World. Let me give you an illustration of While the nation held aloft this doctrine of and the principles of a republic, it dared to express its sympathy with struggling mankind everywhere. When Greece was struggling for her liberty, Daniel Webster thundered out the sympathy of the American people; and when the Cubans were fighting to be free, congress heard their cries and promised succor and relief; but today, in Africa, in the Dutch republic, the Boers are offering up their life's blood In defense of their right to govern . themselves, and this great nation stands with its hands tied and its mouth gagged, and dare not offer one word of sympathy. (Applause.) Dare Not Sympathize With Boers. What a spectacle, the greatest republic in all times afraid to say a word, and why? Because, If we expressed our sympathy with the Boers, Hngland would cable back, "What is the matter with the Filipinos?" (Laughter and applause.) I believe in Jefferson's doctrine of friendly relations with all nations and entangling alliances with none. I am as much an Anglo-Saxo- n as the average man. I am part Irish, part Eng-glis- h and part Scotch, but I am all American. I appreciate the friendship of Great Britain. I want this nation to have the friendship of every nation. But I am not willing that this nation shall purchase the friendship of any nation by being silent when people are struggling for the right to govern (Applause.) themselves. I would rather have the love of those tow Boars fighting for the right to govern themselves than to have the smiles of an English aristocracy'trying to crush out liberty. (Loud applause.) Here are the questions that are pressing upon the American people. Here are the Issues upon whose settlement depends this nation's position throughout the world. We have been a republic. Our light has been shed abroad, and it has reached Into the dark corners of the 'earth. Shall this light go out? Shall we abandon the foundation of the republic and build upon the shifting sands upon which monarchy and empire rest? And now when the Democratic party is engaged In a death grapple with the powers of darkness, we are asked to stop in the midst of the fight to settle the details of a state (Loud applause.) I beconvention. lieve in the principles for which Democracy stands. I believe they are the hope not only of the American people, You tell me you but of the world. want the American Hag to bo feared. Oh, friends, I want that flag to ba loved by every human being. (Cheers.) You want men to bow their heads in fear of it I want them to lift their jfaces toward It and see in the stars and stripes the inspiration, and tlr hope that will lead them to battle on, nd give life itself, rather than sacrifice that which makes life valuable liberty and the right to pursue their happiness unmolested. (Applause.) I come to Kentucky to tell the Democrats of Kentucky that tho nation is looking on. It Is watching to see whether Kentucky Is to be with us or against us in the next great fight. In 1897 you gave Shackleford 18,000 majority, and if this year you elect a Republican grvernor you will excite bonfires in the Republican ranks all over this nation. If you elect Goebel and those with him on the ticket, and then send Jo'Blackburn to the United States senate, there will be a hurrah in the Democratic ranks from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the lakes to the gulf. (Loud applause.) legions-forgotten, I read a sermon not long ago that t impressed me much. I would that every Christian might read that ser- Christ Before Pilate. it far-aw- i i- tjv" n iw ,i may be it Ik rorxcstimomais, iree. VO., TOieUQ, U. quired Kvan Settle last Thursday night Biuts the house.ascertained before you do Roairain if occasion i eonirs r. 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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 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. succ ESS fllltC LYING IS NOT ESSENTIAL TO The Richmond Climax. Judge. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 1, Vote for Coy for County Vote for Combs for Repre- - 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 creauino-angroaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them. JSTofe a single item in this great store, in this enormous stock of goods, nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. d sentative. has installed a perfectly beautiful lin ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang and aug23-t- f An Unusual 3 Lying may bring temporary prosperity but cannot give permanent success. A reputation for truth, telling combined with merit is the best and most lasting. We tell you that the fabrics in our MUM. JMtk V S Overcoats Are absolutely all-wool, ilui because we know it is the TRUTE, having submitted the fabrics to a chemical test. We tell you wo nre positive that our Suits and Overcoats vil1 absuluto satisfaction because they are of the "VITALS" JSKAX1) Mako, that means they ari nightly Tailored and Perfect J 3 ittiug With those Important Essentials back of our offerings we have arof the garments failing to verify our Recommendation that they will keep their shape, and give perfect and lasting satisfaction. Those nro the principles on which wo do business. if t -- Covington & Mitchell. have catarrh, rheumatism or Hood's Digsslos Curos Dyspepsia H isia. take dt.. he cured an An overcoat or suit of winter Sarsaparilla as thousands of others no matter what else has failed, 25 cents clothes for $8 is cheaper than a doctor's bill. Seo Covington & ilitchell'a nd. at druggists. !it" been. and run up there and purchase. vmall-po- x has broken out afresh in A new woman's club is to bo started Dr. Northcut says there is not ! iic Jounly and thirty caseg are re- - in London to which no ouo under sis much sickness hereabout, only amone Republicans and Ihownies. It isa case feet in height will be admitted. of heart failure. Valley View Argeut. We have, some special prices on vehicles for the next 30 days. Also 1 McSherry wheat dril at a bargain -- mi We have some special prices on - - - 189a vehicles for the next SO days. Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain, Dr. Uobson, Dentist. Higgiks & Luso.v. tf Vote for Coy for County Judge. Special Rates lo Richmond, Va. Vote for Combs for Representative. On account of the meeting of the Dauglners Confederacy at Rich Stamp under the Booster and quit. moud, Va , of the the Chesapeake & Ohio will LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER sen round trip tickets to tuat place on November 6th and 0th, at one faro for round trip, limited to November 14 "My Friend from India" at opera for sleeping car accomadations, wnto or apply to U. W. Barney, Div. Pass house tonight. Aaent, Lexington, Ky. Good laundry soap; 1 cent a cake. A Slill" Hunt. at tiie lime urasa Orocery. it The Valley View Argusite inflicts his Don't fail to see "My Friend from readers with, this "punishment:" India" at opera house tonght. "Mr. Elza Million is making a "still" Congressman Johnson, of Illinois, hunt for the cilice of Judge He will at wie lourt nouse inursuay niglit. succeed u a "sun" nuut is the proper way. ior nastrt no been in the still Johnson and Bronston at Court business for a number of years? "Still" .House tomorrow nmht. Hear them. voices echo that he will 6till" lack O, nliat killing frost will fall next votes, and that he can keep right on in Tuesday. It will be 35,000 Democratic. his "still" business after November 7.' Mr. F. M. Gibson has movedJiis Coal Burns Up. family to Mill Grove, near bilver Creek, Tho coal you bought last year Is to tne will I'owers place. about gone. Go at once and replenish. 137, Is selling Judge Turpin united in marriage, J. M. Baker,- telephone Coal and KenDiamond last Wednesday, I R. Wearren and the celebrated 12 cents delivered, or 11 tucky Coal at Miss Lucy T.edford, of Paint Lick. cents on the yard. Now Is tho timo to Mr. J. W. Lanter is erecting a nice order, while it is dry and light weight you get no rainsoaked coal if bought residence on Kace Street and will re move thereto just after .November elec now. Office and yard, Blantou Warehouse, at L." Si N. crossing on East tion. ocl25-4- t. Main street. Dr R. Goldstein, the orainent optic Blizzard in Montana. ian, oi J.ouisvinp, will be at tlie ilotel Glyndon'to-day- , Novemborl, for one Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Taylor, nee day only. Miss Mary McCord. have lately returnPleasant Pawley is showing the ed from Great Falls, Montana, where hide of a four-forattlesnake which he nine men perished in a recent blizzard. Five bodies recovered, and killed in Rockcastle. It had thirteen it is probablehave been is that this not half the rattles and n button. list. The last body found was that of It is with narrow souled people as H. Herald, a sheep herder. The sheep with narrow necked bottles the less had eaten otf his head, clothing and they hare in them, the more noise part of his boots. Several bands of sheep without herders have been wanthey mnko in pouring it out. dering in thatcouutry and points to un- Vote for Coy for County Judge. Known uoaiiis. TO-DAot New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry & Thomas decorate rooms to suit all tastes and purses. No trouble to show goods. Case. nt DRESS GOODS. while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance, winch is the harmony of good taste. We are offering a line ol beautilul mixtures, double width and pretty and stylish for l'Jc per yd., worth 39. Wo arc showing the handsomest line of Crepons in the market this season. Prices from 20c per yd. up: the fine imported weaves that go out freely at $2.48 per yd. Wo are showing a complete line of Venetians, Broadcloths and all weaves adapted to tailor-mad- e suitings Our prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to he. Our extraordinary Hue of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get the latest bargains out. all-wo- Dr. Gibson says when the boy's stomach was lifted out dining the surgical operation, that it was shriveled up to tho size of a walnut. It was punctured and the rubber pipo inserted, and when the milk was introduced the stomach yielded and expanded olowly, the patient experiencing instant satisfaction from the artificial method of nourishing. He is now rapidly im proving. sured. Green Dunham, a 16 year old negro jockey, who last June drank a half-piof concentrated lye, thinkinir it was whisky, lies at his mother's home on Burnam Hill, a mere skeleton His stomach and throat wero almost totally destroyed by the lye, and food cuuld not be swallowed. It was a slow death and ar horrible one at that. lost Monday week, Drs. Gibson & Gibson and Frazee. performed an operation upon the boy, whereby food is convoyed to his stomach through a fonr-inc- h rubber pipe that enters the stomach above the navel. We witnessed tho spectacle on Wednesday when a quart of fresh milk was poured through this pipe directly into the stomach. This is repealed thrico No food whatever passes dally. through his mouth, as the canal leading to the stomach is entirely closed by a stricture. As the lad's condition is improving under tho new treatment, it is hoped by the physicians that ere long the stricture will be reduced so that he may tako food in the usual manner, and his recovery thereby as- .Wo are very inslidious about our Dress Materials; they must be of the most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves Western Cities have been culled by our ijuyers anil not a stone lias been Iett unturned to make this the Banner De partment of our store. All the new Jackets. Golf Capes, Children's Jackets. &c, that are in favor this season we are showing and our prices suit every- oouy. loucaniuiy a hnndsome Silk Lined Jacket or Cape from us at the same price a cheap ono would cost yon elsewhere. Don't fail to visit our Cloak Department, look through it, see many new things whether yon want to buy or not. Polilo salesmen and salesladies will wait on you. All Domestic Goods, nre being wrapped up with the martriu of nrofit entirely lost sight of. You can save money on each and overv item nur- chased in this Department. Good Calicoes that make nice comforts and dresses aro only 3Je per yd. All best hranus Jndigoes and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells them. Good Canton Flannel 5c. Good Quality Outincr Cloth in licht and dark shades 5c. An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home dresses 8Jc per yd. uood I'ercales oc; better Percales 7Jc per yd. Bod Flannel, heavy twilled. 15c ner 0DR CLOTHING Department is tho talk of the ontiro county. We are selling good suits for men at $2 48; Men's good heavy o Pants 75c a pair. Our lino of Children's Knee Pant Suits is very Cassi-iner- complete. We aro showing all tho new things in favor this season Our Men's. Boy's and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high on our 'counters and every garment isa bargain. You can't ask "for anything in the clothing line that we don't handlo from tho cheapest to the finest. Get our prices before buying elsewhere. BOOTS AND SHOES. The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced 11s to use our knife in this department and wo have cut to the heart in every line. We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes. Ladies' Fino Shoes. Ladies' Work Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, Men's .and Boy's Boots and everything to be s shoe store, and found in a 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 tho "Regina" Shoe, it is made on all the new style lasts and it is the best $3 00 shoe for ladies in the market. Ask to see a pair of our Rogina Shoes. first-clas- We are showing an Elegant Lino of Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, Rugs, &c, in our Carpet Department. Tlieso goods aro new fall importations, no old carried over goods Our prices in this department knock out all competition. While in tho Carpet Department ask to see our Oilshades and Lace Curtains, we havo a choice selection for this fall season. Vote for Combs for Repre- sentative. Yqzss As lo Gen. Clay's Namesake. nn , $g Our assortment of Ladies' Jackets, Furs, (Japes, Children's. Wraps of all descriptions. We h'aveliot the time to describe e:ich article, but "can safely say that Ave have a 1$ 3$ There is something pitiful in old Gen. Cassius Clay's devotion to the' child who was once his wife. Since the birth of a sou by her second marriage he has been to see her, and asks that the little one be named ror linn, and If rumor be truo, he expects to be a to the child if it should live. If some of the forgiveness ho extends to the girl who repaid his kindness with ingratitude, collld be shared by his own Hiaoi.NS & LUXon. tf children, the empty rooms nt White Remember tho nrlre drawincr Sat liall would not now be Bo silent, nor so loneturday evening at tho Blue Grass tho gray haired master thereofHurrods-bur- g Grocery. Every person who spends 25 ly and unloved in his old age. .Democrat- cents In our store is intitled to a ticket to this drawing. it Said pi the Late Miss Arnold. Four hundred choice, pure bred Tho Anderson News contained a Plymouth Rock cockerels- - and pullets lengthy notice of the death of Miss Alice for sale at 60 cents each or So per dozen. Arnold, in city. Monday They will cost jou Si each after Dec. from which this made Jast extract: week. we this Eggs, 15 for 50 cents. "A few years aco she tauubt school Mrs. Jl. II. Colyer, here, and made a host of warm friends sept2Wf Richmond, Ky. among the patrons and the public in general. Since that The salt trust has formed and ad quently visited here, time, she has frehaving spent some vanced salt 80 to 60 cents a barrel, but as we are not in the trust and do not time this summer with Misses Rachel During recent buy from any trust; we are prepared to and Jennie Lillard. a position with the turnish yon Bait at a low figure. Get years she has held School, Richmond and was reour prices' before you buy. It garded as Graded proficient teacher. a most ISLVE UBASS UEOCERY UO. She was a AVoman of many, admirable traits of character. Vote for Coy for County childhood, a memberShe hud been-sincof the Christian Judge. church." god-fathu Will be roused to its natural duties and your biliousness, headache and constipation be cured II you take Lives Wo havo the best selected lino of Ladies' Children's and Men's Underwear that will bo shown you this season. Our Ladies' Union Suits at JSio each are worth 50c. Children's Vests heavy winter woight from 10c up. yi. Wo arc sellmir splendid Mottled Ladies' Bibbed Vests and Pants 15c. Flannels in gray, red and blue at 8Jc Men's Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests and per yd. Pants 25c each. Oood Jeans 10c per yd. Good Bed Tickini; 5c per yd: Best We nro agents for Tho American Bed Ticking 10 and 12c per yd. iiost .Lancaster and Amoskeasr Anron Ijvdy Corset. Tho bent feuling and most stylish 'corsot used. Every Cor Gingham 5c per yd. Nice Dress Gingham 5c per yd; Bet- set warranted. ter grades 7 and 8Jc per yd. uur isicach and lirown uottons are Get our pricos on Trunks, Valisos, AND WRAPS. CLOAKS being wrapped up at very low prices Hats and Caps. Umbrellas, Ladies' Wo have ono entire room in our great in order to make room. Bring yonr Underskirts, Ladies' Dress Skirts, &o., store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap wagons and load them up, they wont be we will savo you money and show you All the Eastern and as low again this season. Department. the best line in the city. ' Hood's Pills Bold by all druggists. 23 cents. We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain Mart. The best the market both east and west affords to be had here at prices within the reach of everyone. Bring our wagons as you will buy so many goods when you leave the low prices we are naming that your buggy wont hold them. Field rats are esteemed as a table delicacy In Cuba. Used by Britbh Soldiers In Africa. Capt. C G. Dennison is well known all over Africa as commander ol the forces that captured the famous rebel Galishe. Under date of November 4, 18P7, from Vrybure, Bechuanaland, he writes! "Before startine on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I Used invsolf when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men, and In every case it proved most beneficial." For sale novl-lrby Perry & Thomas. a. -- W.D. r HAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Sometimes it isn't a man's fault that he has no money. It may be all due to other people A roan talks about ownine his businets. Dut, as a matter of fact his business owns him. His whole life is regulated bv the demands of the business. The time at which he rises his breakfast hour, the time uiven to meals, are all determined by business obligations. He rushes through lunch because he 'can't spare the time from business" to eat leisurely. He wont take a rest he is needed at the store orollice. Ho is in fact an absolute slave to busi ness. Tho results winch follow this slavery are to be seen on every hand. Men uvsneotlc. irritable, nervous, wttli draw faces, and hollow eyes, sit at the desk or stand behind the counter until they rallapse in a fit of sickness, or are taken- away bv heart failure. Thoso who canunt escape the exactions of business will flhd a friend in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Itstrength-en- s the stomachy increases the action of the vitality and physical vigor. It makes men strong and prevents those business break downs which so often terminate fatally. se - Announcement. A Long Procession. & 5M0CK of Wr psl 3$ 2 to suit every one and our. PRICES are the LOWEST on high grade goods and no other iirm in the City can compete with ns. We are offering a select line of Jackets, at. following prices: $2 00 24 3 00 4 49 e Tou 3 8 74 00 will find in this lot a complete assortment of colors, modled after patterns of recent cut and made of materials that we can recommend for durable wear in fact such goods as will please and attract the eye as well as give entire satisfaction in price. You must see these before you have made up your mind to purchase a wrap. Eighty vehicles were in tho funeral We are authorized to announce Z. T. Rico a candidate for for mem J"recession of Miss Alice Arnold last ber of Board of Education from City Tihursday. the line reach imr from the Hotel Glyndou to the grave. Besides, Hall Precinct. there were hundreds of people who Good Price lor Cattl. walked to the cemetery and witnessed J. Bales paid Milton Covincton the interment3WeIUiigtho concourse to per hundred for 03 head oi unusual proportions. J5.12 mo Ualuweu Mich School liSoO pound cattle last Wednesday. In and thepupils ot were present, and each faculty the bunch were some of the pupils ot tho grade lately taught Dy miss Arnold, mought a boquet and Cloak Opening. laid It upon her crave. The other floral White & Gibson will havo their an- - offering were numerous and very elabual Cloak opening on Friday and Sat- orate, and when all had been deposited urday. November 3 and 4. Now is tne new-mamound was hidden from your chance to get what you want at a view, and for severs 1 feet on either low price. it 8ido oi tne crave the tributes from loving friends carpeted the earth with Our Band at Lebanon. iloweiB. The Richmond band played at Crushed His Skull With a Rock. yesterday at the Goebel speaklntr. Our band is one of the besUn the Scale, Two necro track workmen on the L. and our people should respond to any & N. engaged in a rock fight lost Thurscall far assistance and keep the organi- day and when the fracas terminated zation intactl a place the size of your hand in Bob Duuscr.'s skull was crushed in: a hor Mr. Adams Appointed. rible sight.. His opponent, Clms. Wal Mr. T. C. Adams, editor of thePanla lace, escaped with light blows on the graph, has been appointed storekeeper head and neck. The injured man's and gauger, by Collector Yerkes, and forehead and cheek bono were smashed will shortly bes'n work. This will in as if by a crowbar, so terrific was the probably not conflict with his duties on blow from the rock hurled at bis head. Drs. Gibson & Gibson, and Frszee the Pantagraph. dressed the wound, removed pieces of To Iho Asylum. the frontal bone, and took two dozen Mrs. Mary Davis, of the Berea stitches in the llesh. Although Dun-son- 's brain and eye were injured and neighborhood, who was recently adjudged of unsound mind, was taken to blood flowed copiously, he received surthe Eastern Kentucky Asylum, at Lex- gical attention in time to warrant the ington, by Deputy Sheriff P. B. Broad-du- belief that he will recover. Wallace was iailed to await the result of Dun- last Tuesday. son's injuries before having his trial. s, sleepless nights, general debility, headache, and general want of tone of the system, use Herbine. Ynn will cet relief and finally a core. Prico 60 cents. novl-lPerry & Thomas. A successful exhibition of the works of Rodin, the famous French sculptor has just been closed in Brussells. m The gold output of Australia for the present year is estimated at $10,000,000 in excess of the output in 1893. If yon are sufferinc from drowsiness in the dry time, irritability of temper, If you have soro throat, soreness United States opal mines have been across the back or side, or your lungs exhausted. feel sore or tender or you are threatThousands of men and women suffer ened with diphtheria or pneumonia, Snow exter from piles, especially women with 1 apply Ballard'suoussen Liniment 01 s iioney and lar. male weakness have this suffering to nally, & use novl-lcontend with in addition to their other Perry Thomas. pains. Ttbler's Buckeye Pile OintPresident Andrade, of Vonezuela, ment will quickly oilect a cure. Price forced to abdicate. Perry 50 cents, in bottles, tubes 75cts. novl-l& Thomas. Chamberlain's rain Halm Cares Others, Why Not You? Noj Maud dear, blackmailers do not always write on heavily bordered sta My wife has been using Chamber-Iain'- s Pain Balm, witli good resultsjor tionery. a lame shoulder that has pained her Infant mortality Is something fright- continually for nine years. We have die before they tried all kinds of medicines and doctors ful. Nearly beforo they without receiving any benefit from any reach one year, one-thir- d before they are of them. One day we saw an adverarc five, and one-hafifteen! The timely uko of White's tisement of this medicine and thought Ciearn Vermifuge would save a major of trying it, which we did with the best) ity of these pricious lives. Prico 25c. 01 satisfaction, utie lias used, only one bottle and her shoulder is almost well. iiovl-lPerry & Thomas. Adolph L. Millett, Manchester, X. II. r, George Borry, the English For salo by Perry fc Thomas. lm has retired after C3 years of service The odor of enmhor and tarballspro-claim- s With military bands. the advent of last years clothes. Constipation means the accumulaFor burns, cuts, bruises, lacerations, tion ot waste matter that should be dis- or injuries of any description. Ballard's charged daily, ami unless this is done Snow Liniment is a sovereicn remedy. the foul matter is absorbed and poisons It never fails to do good, and so prompttho system. Uso Herbine to bring ly that its wonderful curative properabout regularity of the bowols. Price ties frequently cieate surprise. Prico 50c. Perry & Thomas. novl lm 25 and 50c. Perry & Thomas. lm fe-Lm m one-qUartlf m band-maste- Tetter, Salt-Rheu- m and Kczeraa. What Would Yon (Jive. Tho intense itching and smarting incident to theso diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's "Eye and Skfn Ointment. Many very bad zases have been permanently enred by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic soro eye3. 25 eta. per box. Br. Catlj's Condition Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad thoroughly puriGes.enrichesand vitalto be condition. Tonic, blood purifier and izes the blood, you may expect cured. completely and permanently vermifuge. They aro not food but The good blood which Hood's Sarsapamedicino and the best in use to put a tho doligate horse in primo condition. Price 25 rilla makes, reachingmembranej?ootha of the mucous sents per package.. and rebuilds the tissues nud ultimately cures all symptions of catarrh. lm In Chicago 23.000 dog licenses have been issued for this year, nud 7,000 or The largest drop hammer in tho world Is the property of the Bethlehem 8,000 inoro expected to be taken put. Iron combany. Attack of Typhoid Fever. To be cured of catarrh? If you or your friends havo this distasc, you know how disacreeablo it is. Its symptions are inflamed eyes,tlirobhini: temples ringing noises in the eura, headaches, capricious appetite, ami constnut discharge of mucus. Fortunately its curo is not a question of what you will give, but what you will take. If you will tako Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great constitutional remedy, which es Louisville, Ky., Oct. IS, 1800. Henry Bossmeyer, 1228 Rowan street, this city, states tliat his sister had typhoid fever and lingered between life and death. She got over it at last, but it left a weakness of the heart and her whole system was weak. Sho began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, however, and now sho is strong and healthy and able to jle her housework. An Important Uiflereiiee. To make it apparent to thousands, who think themselves ill, that they are not afflicted with any disease, but that the system simply needs cleaning, is to bring comfort homo to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co:, only, aiid sold by all druggists. KSi4 See our Tailor-mad- e Suits for Ladies if you think of buying, as it will pay you. LADIES', GENT'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. The Ross Sale. Teachers Association. Ross salolast Saturday reFollowing is the program of the sulted: Horses $10 to $50; hogs $3.50 to $3.78:20 sheep $8.75 per head: milch County Teachers' Association forElltH-to- n Magisterial district to be held at cows 126 to $33; yearling cattle to $25; aged mules $35 to $S0; hay $10 to Flnt Woods church, near Waco, on $14 per stack; farm impliments sold Saturday, November 4: The S. P. ?8 The valn93 in this Deparlwdiit resisted. TRY US. cai not be 3V fa r GENT'S FURNISHINGS AMD A A LADIES' DRESS GOODS CPPffATTV JlXUAia I. we can. save 3011 maney. If in want of MILLINERY call and see us, Jleftpectfully Submitted-tCash Irade, J$3r E. V. ELDER. AuENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. 4 4 9:30 a. m Devotional exercises. Address of Welcome Jesse Cobb. Strayed er Stolen Response Hon. W. W. Combs. Essentials of a good school; relation From my premises on Lancaster avenue, last county court day, a white of parents to teachers, pupils and and lemon-spotte- d female setter, Jhe school E. P. Benton, J. W. Van Win property of Sam Ross. A liberal re kle, Misses Kate Tribble and Rebecca ward will be paid for return of same to Edwards. BASKET DINNEJt. tne undersigned. novl-4- t Dan. M. Ciienault. How to obtain a District Library Supt. J. W. Wacors, J. L. Combs and For School Tiuslee. J. B. Harris. Tub Climax announces Mr. Tnylor Declamation Miss Maltie Bush. Rice, the shoa merchant, for re election now much '.seat a to the Board of Education from the pupil ba required to worx" should do H. H. Brock City Hall Precinct. Mr. Rice has and John Edwards made fi fine record as trustee, is upDeclamation Miea Bessio Grinstead. right, attentive to duty, and will make Pronunciation; shall wo bo governed a lino oulclal. Election nextTuesday. oy "uommon Ueage ' or Webster and McGnfley Prof. J. D. Clark J. H. JiMwn M grenstoa lo Speak Hue Te- - Chandler and J. D. Wilson. Merrew Night. Debates Should the law prohibiting Tho Richmond Democratic Club baa a contract ior a school to he made be saeurcd Congressman C. Porter John' fore July 1st, her repealed AO". T. O. eon. of Chicago, Illinois, and Hon Xiowry; Nog., Jess Cobb. Walter S. Bronston, ol Lejington, to Paper Mrs. W. H. Miller. Proper promotion" in Reading E. P. auuress mu puuuc at tne court bouse to.morrow night, at 8 o'clock. Every UeBtoo.J. B. Harris. J. II. Chandler. body Invited. Lauage; How to teach it Misses LykifiB and Lena Stivers. B. Declamatioa Miss Madge Wilson. Yite Crate Oration O. C. Crooke. . well. Cnpt. Ferrill, auctioneer Sad. Slooi Curo Frco. Eatine Sores, Tumors, Ulcers. Can cer of the Nose, Eye, Lip.Uar, Neck, Breast, btomach, X.egs, or Arms, nre all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases. Per sistent Sores: Blood and Skin Blemishes, Sriofula, that resist "other treatments, are quickly cured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, Pimples, Red, Itching Eczema, Scales, Blisters, RedorBrown Patches, Blotches, Catarrh. Rheumatism, etc.. are all due to bad blood, and hence easily cured by B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven from the system by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to five months. B. B. B. does not contain vegetable or mineral poison. Ono bot tie will test it in any caso. For sale b druegists everywhere. Large bottles SI, six for $5. Sond for a free sample bottle, which will be sent by return moil. Whon.you write, describe symptoms, and personal free medical advice will bo given. ' Address Blood Bahn Co , 438 Mitchell street, Atlanta, Ga. uly20-ly- TO BE HAPPY Is be free from colds and damp feet. The only preventative is wear a pair of the m Ill I 'ootee '0000000 in all the SiEerent Losls r Same men are kept so busy counting the cost that they never havo time to buy. v il felb , I are at ftr fir Pkyton Cai.v. Vle-Freiiloa- t. all familar with tho good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. to know that people everywhere take pleasure in relating their experience in the use of that splendid medicine and 111 telling ol the DenetA they nave received from it, of bd colds it has cured, of threatened attacks of iineu monia it has averted and of the chil dren it Una saved iron attacks ot croup and whooping coirli. It k a grand. good medicine. For sale by Perry & novl-lThomas. . m It will not be a surprise to an v who We are the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory, any other agents are fraudulent and backed by nothing. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO: S07 WEST MAIN. STREET. J3i if Froducs Wanted I ! KENTUCKY CROP HEPOR CONDITION OF CROPS AND LIVESTOCK 3 ket price for produce of Call every description. at L. T. Wilson's store near L. & N. R. RM and get my prices beforegoing elsewhere. - A- octl8-S- will pay the highest mar- OCTOBER 1ST, 1559. Rip lies received this month from Cvirrespouduni8 5)7 13S couu tias. CORN. MOST WOMEN SUFFER? GOTT. SI HoUee o ayers. Equal Rights to All, Special Privileges to None. Acts gently on I want your taxes at once, and warn you lo look' out for the penalty. Your taxes have MANSES been due and collectible since a last May. Call and settle at once. octll-i- w OrS. dneys, Liver and Bowels J(Fr Respt., H. II. COLYER, CCLDWCLL'S Sheriff. Rf 6 OVERCOMES RUP WCURES CON5TIPATIO N.a as PEPSIN & 1T5 BHiib ouy THE J Th averajio yield per acre isestin a ted 21 4 bushels. The ettimate on Octo ber 1, ISliS, was 32.B. ami foracoir-pi ndini: d ite f U97 it was 24hiuliels The dry weather during b'eptt mhei was of benefit in hasteninir the nmluri ty ol the crop, otli'Twiht; a uousiderahle loss would have bteti sustained by the severe fnibt of 2J)thaml o0.h;asitis Cie loss is I c 'iisujiteiiti tl. ainoniititi); to but 4 per cent The heaviest lors oc cured in the Wectern section, where the rainfall was more liberal and the growing Reason accordingly pioloiij;ed, THE YSTEM The quality in the main is not up to EFFECTUALLY fie standard, being "ehally" and loss on cob. While the crop is generally dNap pointiug, both in yield and quan'ty, it ' mZfLl is rather remarkable that a few coun ties, notably Daviess and Henderson report ibe crop oueof tho best everpro PERMANENTLY duced. - the -- t:PCTS. D TOBACCO. 6eMUINt-MAMT- N I K K By $ bi g o (AlilRNIA jTG SYRVP(g. roa $O CO a su nm dcuosuri nxt anSly o rueotnt. c ja - s; o j u t 3 K M 2 3 -n irir? o 2 rr Our Goods AND w " B 3 p I B o9o2oo DB333S03 -- c is o O Our prices 3 Q a Ed O 3 S3 S3 " o Compel 3'ou to trade with us when you give us a trial s 3 &l o o K o 03 w a ef &B B35H3B23 KS8S 13 O tt-- 331 iSgfe, In the llur'cy district the average yield per acre is estimated at 825 pounds, This is a heavy average and is mainly due to iho unusually heavy yields re poncd from tho counties of Bole, Clark, Jessamine, Marion, Mercer and Woodford. Omitting tLe&e counties from the calculation and the average is 741 pounds, which is, in our judgment, nearer the correct amount, being with in a few pounds of the average for 1893. The ncrengo of the Hurley district after allowing for looses sustained by intects and unfavorable season, was es timated at 8G per cent, of the average, of 18t)S. With approximati ly the same yield per ncre we may c nchule that the Uurley crop of 1690 will amouut to 80 jer cent, or the crop of Worms were very destructive during the latter part of the season. With the exception of damage from this source and that portion of crop cut before ripe, in order to save from firing, the qualily is satisfactory. The damage from frost was veryelightin thissection amounting to but thrcc-fonrtli- s of one per cent. The yield per acre for tho "Dark To bacco" district is estimated at 730 pounds, which Is 85 pounds per acre less than the estimato for 1S98. The decrease is accounted for hy an imper feet stand and a lack of moisture at the time most needed for tho development of the plant. The acreage was esti mated earlier in the season at 82 per cent, of the acreage of 1898. If we accept as correct tho estimates of a de crease, both in yield and acreage, the crop of dark tobacco amounts to 72 per cent, of the crop of 1S9S. The damage by frost in this district amounts to 2.C per cent. CLOVEB SEED. The clover seed crop is practically healthy women suffer! But they are not healthy ! The marks left by pain are on the young faces of mnny of our daughters. Pain that leaves its mark comes from a curable 11 cause. It that cause is not removed its. influence reaches out and overshadows a r whole life. The reason Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been so uniformly successful for over a quarter of a century in overcoming the suffering of women, is that it is thorough and goes directly to the cause. It is a woman's remedy for woman s ills. Miss Emily F. Haas, of 148 Freeman St, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham I wish to state that I used your Vegetable Com pound with the greatest success. I was very sick for nearly a year with d was hysteria, and nervous; also suffered with painful menstruation and pain in back and limbs. I often wished for death, thinking nothing would cure me. I had doctors, but their medicines did me no good. At last, by the advice of a friend, I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and I am happy to say it has entirely cured me. Jennie Sherman, of Fremont, Mich., Box 748, writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I feel that I must write you and tell you what your medicine has done for me. I had neuralgia of the stomach for two years, so bad that I could not do any work. I had two or three doc tors, but did not seem to get any bet's ter. I began taking Lydia E. Vegetable Compound and X.iver Pills and improved from the first, had better appetite, and after taking three bottles of Compound and one boxof Liver Fills, can say that I am cured. Your Vegetable Compound is a wonderful medicine.' ed WOMEN do suffer! S12 WORTH OF 'PRESENTS For 50c worth of work. Wo are giving away watches," bicvcles, sewing machines, guns, fcc, &c. to introduce our paper, PASTIME, a high-clas- s illustrated family paper of from 16 to 32 largo paged; 01 to 128 columns of Chice Good Stories, Literature. Art, Humor Letters of Travel in Foriegn Lands. fcc- - &c. And all you Jiavo to do to get $42 worth of presents is to get 20 subscriber at lOeeach, Send lOe in stamps for full particulars, loi.g list of presents and our paper, PASTIME, for G months, t A Idress THE PASTIME Co., Louis y m vLr PLEASE I try . - 4 ville, Ky. A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. down-hearte- MM Eink-ham- Not only cures, but keeps well. - Is aild by an organized company oC responsible business men and has endorsement of thousands of Clorgymen. and noted people throughout the country. Wo speak of that wonderful In strument, Electropoise. and ;sk your careful examination into tho euros it has wrought. Col. A. I'. Nunally.ot the Iuter Ocean, Chicago, Nearly three jears experienco wi'It Electropoiso only confirms the truth of your claims. I say my friends t L1a.1t this instilment is a most wonderful inInsure your dwellings, barns and all oilier vent ion, and I would not part whU property in the Blue Grass Insurance Company, of Lexington, Ky., a home institution mine if I could get another." h'ei-Gives profectiou against Fire, Lightning and Thn address for our book gives letters irat i Tumiinn. xor me rhmnnct anil mnat ..11.1.1. company people ot our county now people who have been cured by Ehsr- - 8" peratinc in the State, and uelr chpaner erpr r i- - ff ycar as loDB M y continue in the company tropoise. ELliClTtOPOISE CO. oiol For further information call on thei' agent and collector, S. R. 13. BLACK. Attorney-at- Fourth Avenue, bovisville, Ky. 6 law, lticnnionu. Ky , olUce on Main fctreet, opposite Court House, next door to State Bank sept 27-ls irusi uo., scconu uoor. J. If. CARTER, Pres. writ: DR-TAiLEH- 'S U 3 n oi s-- I ri o era BUCEYe OTi Pltl 3 Jo yr Z Sfifl may21-l- y O. C. BOSWORTII. Sec'y. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL aus 05 3333 , PEPSI &YRUPINDIGESTION. CURES ? DR. CALDWELL'S illi m& SHORT LINE TO New Orleans-- The ladies cannot be deeeh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims. All we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world, select the latest goods, and when you buy you know you have the latest, up-to-da- te -- Bust Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. rullwan Towri.t Sleeping Cut leaves IxmU-vllevery Thiirmhiy night and runs through to San FraneiMjn. Ask vour ticket aeent tor particulars or write to II II. Ftnrler. Traveling 1'asf.euger Agent, Louisville, Ky. I'rec Itccllmng Chair Oars Louisville to Memphis anil New Orleans. lo goods. Is that what ou want? If so, trade with a failure in the State. The acreage cut is Init 42 per cent, of tho aerobe of 1S9S, with an average yield of 1.0 bushels per aero.. PASTURES. White AND Gibson. rCU A?.3 A DSM33P.AT nml .of roiitse,vant a IVinocralie now-pupc- r. in tin- I'll t:iiic'a"i Weekly Newspupi-- i ..I t It It. mlvoiaiti-Country. tinr..ihii:iiiii of ti. ..nf.iiin nml iht! n( Willi mi .iv.niiiii:F. I'.cvjili. T i r ims iii'Vfi liei'ii a politicnl rli A. II. HANSON. II I. A . Chh-ne- WW. A. KELL.0ND. A. O P A. Lnninville. Ih Kilirt lltll. t' IS :. m 6 17 7 10 I (i K 1 HftfraUrS, ,..!T .SUNDAY. tretit Pastures are very short, especially in tho Western ano Central sectious.where it is necessary to feed stock samo aj (luting lbs winter season. The coudi linn compared with avetago years is C3 The advanced season precludes any iipo of relief from the labor and ex- ieiie of feeding btoek, and the beet to ho done h- - lo mize in the iiiiit h it.-long feeding mi ti.-- - i! poi-sihl- hi 4 11 ii. m X) IC cimr-u-- l Miv-Till- so '1 l H dKHKftiwn ,Vr. Wiijnu.-o ISrii Ar. . p. ii. I r " II ii il 72 6 1' 83 i.ai aon. protect Mock and econo of feed u to lighten a; tho expense of the cani-i:it"- ti 1'raMsfoit I,re. 8 PI 7 TO 7 0) 5 !' 4 3 1! P. A. AL Mr tiekcts vl.l Paris. J. It- - VKWrON. a. service with nhich thu lllinoLi ( Vntr-iT.Memphis a'lil Nov Orleans Vetil)uif'. is o.ilii;wl makes it "Easier Than "Imilcl." Kvur 'totakea tri to the above uieutlono" tr-it- Deiimcrats maul he up and duiiic. They must vhjj an unreiiBinfr war upon their oiiHinieH. lit no hotter nml ciioliile l llllinls Central The in tuMKl'Hi u shortuniut; the time tu niori! wy un this he cloiif M 'Wiliis Mid .N'jw I) leniis, ll4maleil"Hasio' T'l in Bve" to rovli nil ioiiitji in Arkansas. than hy the circulation of u""'l, Hillnl IV in. Arcum .in J I'alllornia . UiMimcraiii' Tlicpuhlthei pr-m-snt Itall-rtfii- l. Ml-iInewj-papers- EASIER THAI EM. lerriljry. T ie 'wniral is the mly line which runs Free It .:II lin r Ohiir Oir ml Vuntibuile(t train fr'ni l'iiixvllto to the tfO'ith, also a weekly 1st tiir f Cilirn1a. I'jlimii loir Lvc U'uInv Ti every HiurHilay .. Arr Moni:hi Mrtay Arr New l.U'3iis Pri lay NewOrletn I'ri t ly Vrr II.iiMtoti ".itiirtl.iy Si1 unl.iy Arr .Sin Anl'-iri- i At Ktpt S iv i l.V 'n Arr r Arr Shi Kr.iu le . . ., 2Apm 8 18am 7 Upm 8 TOpin 8 LViui S .. l.. iii-- l - ... 145pm 3 h 9 lp 5 I5pix Tku i Tb' Tn IVitlrr 'Uiir I. Cilikiu. Pirtitv ilu.irtit l1 make a ciuiforluhletrlp to will ilo well to com. the territory iito'ttlmi niinieate Willi It. II. l'.iwler, 'lYavelinsPassen-K- r Agent, Louisville. Ky. WU. ALPOUil lCliLUIND, A O. P. A., A. II. IUnho.m. O P. A., Louisville, Ky. decSl-l- y CUiongo, 111. -- I35RANGES ECOPMiST winter. The most uot.ible feature connected with live stock is tho scarcity of hogs being for nnrfeet. The number U esti mated at 75 per cent, of the number in 18US, and is din, moire than alivthhig else, to the great losi of pises during tho severe weather of last winter. Cholera f The CliicHfro HinpiUch. will send to or other ilise.ise pievailsto a limited verv npw oiihscriher for three ni'iut h.- extent only, and i eoiilined to a few for copy of Tim Chit-Hg- o Jlifpateh i C'ltiutied only. Replies to iuetiin. leu cents. If you are not alrendy tk-tnj- r Live vou iioi eholor.i in your counpolitical weekly, ii: this urriat ty!" ale 101 in the negative and 35 in inn (elites at once. Yotl bholild not oiili the alliruiatjve. lo this yourM'lf, hut you should iinltui-itl- l The apple crop is one ol the liuhtest vour friends to join with von. llv ever grown, and U estimated at hut ."7 little eirii't you ean ea-irai'e a dulJ per cent, ol the crop of aveiaeo e;ii. f or twetry The hot, drv mj.ikoii caiwud the fruit lo The Chicago Hinpateh is iii'lorseil lx dry up on ihn , and the per cent, of William Jeuniims Itryau and ound ripe fruit is cry small leadeis Wheat sowiitK has lieuti and is be Aildrti8 THU CHICAGO DISIWTCH ing pushed with vigor. Stalk grouud 120 and 122 Fifth Avenito is in excellent condition, being free Chiiaao, Illinos. oet4tf from weeds and unusually ligl t and Iriablc, so that where corn is followed by CALL AT wheat it will be seeded under most fa vorable conditions. The early plowed fallow land is also in good condition, but the later plowing is rough anil cloddy, and the continued dry weather renders it impossible lo put it in prnpei order for seeding. Fallow ilnuii!r is SALOON PARLOR :i'( It will sciik ly every iiiwms in P'lwertn ninilltaiu its EUpreium-y- . iil onuat in iiuporl:uiHint of i)ik niie In lie fnitulit mixt yom. The U'ptililinin party luckid hy inner ui tliirt country mih. Kur ipt, is nil it nml Mirre.sivp. KiiihI.c I with the victory of threo wii- - tliat LINE STOCK. - Short puniures and bcaieil.v of stool water are having n marked effect oil live htock. Where the grazing Ims not bet) n supplemented with sotiiu loiiiK" crop stock linn giown thin, ami is in jioor coiiditiuii to withstand the i m-i- 'I lv stiliM-rilier- in-iw- WEN IN TOWN. P J.. V- - m now at a standstill, and the seeding of THE OFFICIAL BALLOT. a considerable per ceut. of the acreage is being delayed. On the ballots to be used at the NoLtjca8 Moore, vember election will be printed each Commissioner of Acrieulttirp. grotlp of names under the party name or titled or device that appears above A Tlittitsanil Tunurs it. Could not express the rapture of AnFirst 011 tho left side of the ballot nie K. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., will bo printed the device of the DemoPhiladelphia, l'a., when she found that cratic party,'a rooster, and its title and Dr. Kinn's New Discovery for Con- group of candidates beneath it. sumption had completely cured her of a Next on tho right thereof the device hacking cough that for many years had of tho Honest Election Democratic made life a burden. All other remedies party, the portraits of Hon. John and doctors coald give her no help, but Young Brown and Hon. P. P. Johnshe 6ays of this Royal Cure ''it soon ston, and its name and group of candiremoved the pain In my chest and I dates beneath it- can now sleep soundly, something I can Next the device of tho Republican scarcely, remember doing before. I party, n Log Caban, and its group of feel liko sounding its praises through- names beneath. out the Universe." So will every one Next in the order named tho device who trios Dr. King's New Discovory of the People's Party, tho plow and for any trouble of tho Throat, Chest or hammer, and its group of names beLungs. Price 50c. and SI 00. Trial neath it, and last the device of tho bottle freo at Perry & Thomas' Drug Socialist-Labparty au arm and hamStore; every bottle guaranteed. 5 mer, and its title and group of names beneath it. HANNA'S HOLDUP. The Candidates for Governor in tho Federal officials in Ohio are not hnv- - order named are William Goebel, John inga happy time just now, for Mark Young Brown, William S. Taylor, John Hanna has taken to the highway arid is G. Blair, 0. T. Wallaco and Albert holding up the servants of Uncle Sam Schumtz. The People's party, Prohibition and and demanding their money on their Socialists tickets have no candidates for jobs. Of course, the civil service law was Attorney General. The Socialist ticket expected to protect those working un- - also lacks candidates for Lieutenant ler it from the old time political Governor and Secretary of .State. method of "stand and deliver," but Eat plenty, Konol Dyspepsia Cure Mark Hanna is frightened, McLean has will digest what you eat. It cures all got him rattled, and law or no law the forms of dyspepsia and stomach- - trouOhio Republican boss proposes to make bles. E. 11. Gamble, Vernon, Texas, save: ''It relieved mo from the Federal employes disgorge for the and cured mo. It is now my the start everlastbenefit of the administration. ing friend." Terry &, Thomas. Demonstrating tho fallacy of the idea BRYAN'S READY WIT that the civil service laws would protect officials, tho treasurer of llanna's ICMcago Dispatch.) financial committee 1ms sent e8ch Out at Fiiidtay, Ohio. William J Republican officeholder au exposition of the laws pointing out the Bryan was treated with the first disfact that there is nothing in thorn lo courtesy shown him since h.'s tntraco prevent persons not in the employ of ii'to Iho l'nckeye state. . lli.s iiitiheueo had in tt. a the government hum collecting of Ki publicans mnl tl.ey untile contributions otttaide of Fed their presditi b known hy vi't'ou.-- Hisseral buildings. Mark Hamia's treasurer of the finan ing. Bryan was surprir-o.l-, l.nt not iiwon-certe- d cial committee is not in aoverntr.ent and he held his giotiinl w.t employ (idthough he is working tooth and ice-na- il for McKinlej) and he courage and god temper im ; give ht cheerfully tackles civil 6orvicu employs uiimaiiueily opponents S'.me exnu.p!- s outside of Federal buildimrs for their of 'his brilliant wit and ruatbing iar. c.ism. "voluntary" contributions- - U'luio the Repulicans wore hissing, joitciiitling His communication to Bryan quoted sumo sonteuces 01 Linreuerai otiiceiioiueis Unnna's man coln's and challenged the malcontents says: On acconr.t. therefore, of the im to hiss that. The Liucoln quotations woro sound portai.t bearing tho result in Ohi ) this year will have upon the greater contest Democratic ilf ctiiue, but the Ilepubll of 1900 and because of the fact that the cans did not daro tu liL-iWhen the police attempted to eject lefeat in his party of the presidents liryan jsnid: home State, Would be heralded by tho one of the opposition as a rebuke to his adminls "Lit him remain, I can stand this for tioii, we hope yon will aid us in this half an hour if jou have to live iu this lajiue-s- t hy Bunding us as liberal a coi. community all y iur lives," At liellefoiititiiie. Brvau referred to n tribution as you ean allonl. ' Please send remittances or make Uopuhliciii cartoon which showed Co checks payable to the undersigned, who Iiimbia holding Hie tl ig with President McKuiley pointing 10 it and "victory" mil acknowledge same. Iiiswihed mi the clouds. Beneath wete Veiy respectfully, the words: "We'll rally Miuid the flag, W. K. lluitDEM.. Treacurur. Wlmlian unarmed traveler is met bv boyp, we'll rally once again " Bryan read tho line to iho crowd and a highwayman and has e pistol thrust in his f.ieo with a grulf command 10 then said: ' I'.utlhoie is a significant "stand itid deliver," he generally de omission. They did not put in slu.nt- uig' tho battle cry of fieedoni." The livers. OfUeeholdor are similarly situated cheers which followed were so wildly and they give 'voluntary" cpntribn eiiinusiasiie mat tne speaker had to tions rather than run the risk of losing wait for the tumult to subside. Republicans will learn alter awhile their official lives. Chicago Dispacth. to let Bryan aloiio. His wit and sar "If you scour tho . world you will ensm areequril to every occasion. never nod a remedy equal to One Minute Cough Cure," Bays Editor Joseph Stockford, Faekler. of the Micanonv. Fta.. "Hust healed a sore niniilni:Hodirdon. Mo seventeen family of LaGriniic years and cured his pilesfor longstandler." It cured his of mil saves thousands from pneumonia. ing by Usiug DeWitt's Witch oroueiuiis, cruun ullil all throat ami JiiiVe. it cures all skin diseases. Hazel Per lung troubles. 1'eny & Thomas. ry & ihomns. -or con-titli'vol-nut.iry' " Kodo Dyspepsia FOR WEAK ija MEN Tho croat ' EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, so cents. BALLARD, F. Sols Proprietor, - - Cure nt For sale by PERRY 310 Worth Main Street. ST. LOUIS, M & THOMAS, Druggists. Itartllicially digests the food and aids Rcmofly witWn on?r I Mature in strcncthcnincr and recoir rcrca of everyFrench American. It acts powerfully i structing the exhausted digestive or- and quietly. A lies Man. Pfirstcaiij Perfect is tSa remit of 30 drs ujh of HEGENEKO. Yonnirmca is ine discovered digest-ait tonic laiesiiother preparation wlllresain tucirlost mcnhorU, nad Old Ilea and will recover their youthful vlRcr. It fits ono can approach No init In efficiency. for Iiu3lncs3. Ftudv or racrrlag". fiEGENERD stantly relievesand permanently It 'A.11? createf llerttao ever re'd li this countrr. cures Can bo carted In vest poctct. Bymail$t.CO Dyspepsia, per bnr, or ots for 5.ca Ho chsrrfullr refund Flatulence, Indigestion, Ileartbura, Sour Stomach, Nausea, lha moner ex boicudo-ao- t effect a euro. Circulars five. Address tho American offico ot SIckrfcadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and all otherresultsot imperfectdiccstion. B0RDEfiLTXI5EDICilL wl-er- e Digests what you eat. ' gSsssEssasi For sale by Perry & Thomas. CO.fiw septl3-l- y Prepared by E.G. DcWItt &Co, Chicago. For sale bylPcrry & Thomas. aKssrai assaKi smm Os&lr ' - Matti son Monumental Works ESTABLISHED Pittsburg Central Stock Yards, EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, PitoniiETOii. Best Distributing Point East op Indianapolis for Rii; more, "Washington, Philadelphia, New York and Eastern markets. . It is the nearest point to the Eastern Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. market. Monumenls, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and other kinds of stock. American Marble and Granite. Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attenti. . FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Simon O'DonnelL Genera! Those who are contemnlatinff Olivine Marble. Granite, or nnv kind nf Cemetery AVork, will find it to their interest to eall at tlm old utaml in tho rp.m of the M. E. Church on Ir'ino Street, where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to pelect from', at prices to suit all elates of buyers. F"iMn. Y. G. (VOUCHER, oneof the best workmen in Contral Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phase. Parties livini at a distance should write to us for d'isigns, which will bo furnished on application. SS YOUTt TATItONAGE SOLICITED .1 PSIYATE HOUSE SALES EVEP.T "WEEEDAY. rVTrinrnrC,- - s4v WOOd r-- - SMHS' msTmcmm SEEPS . ? S I 5,SonaEh,7,r?1ne!: sow our and of htRhcst quality. costs comparatively n Seeds than the ordinary stocli soIt Eenerally offered, whi: uic zc&uiLs win oe iar more sausiactoxy. nay tures and meadows, etc. Write for io rivc largest results in any or pasturage, care of r.i-Catalogue and prices of seeds required. WOOD JK7VYH:S T. HKTVYIL-TOI- N. Proprietor. $ STUBSS, rerumers.ztc. Ccr. Brook and Jefferson Sis., I LOUISVILLE. KY. Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute ! on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. Insist These articles mailed PJ22?J5 in exchange for lion heads cut from front of lb. COFFEE pkgs. Best Coffee for the Money! Try LION COFFEE and you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing i.' - but Coffee. IWIIi iii ' i' i P tefo r)fiV i By express, prepaid, for Framo lieautifully finished wjth gilt. Stands S inches high. 2c stamp. heads and a no lion Gold Collar Button. Mailed free for 5 Hon hen1 mi f mm I Ia Coffee wraDoers and n thmn Mur- lof rolled gold and with motber-of-nea- rl back; suitable alike for ladies andcentle- mcn. Tnls shape is handr and nonular. and good A lauty At D Alarm Clock. Daisy Genuine Neck-Pi- n. Hard-Enamel and Gold. STRENGTH, PURITY AND FLAVOR Stylish Belt-Buck- le. BBH 1 n, Sent by express, prepaid, for 80 Hon heads and stamp. When onlcring cither clot k. please name your nearest Express Office. If tin re is no express office located in your town. For 1 8 lion heads and Si cent itumn Thu Illustration Is only actual size. Color a delicate pink, with Jewel setting and gold trimmings. Best enamel finish, stylish and durable. two-thir- Box of Colored Crayons. Handsomely gold-plate- Ladies' Scissors. !j "The Lion's Bride." heads and a with Roman finish, and set With ruby colored Jewel in the center. IMS will be welcomed for "dresscd-up- " occasions by tho ladles who like to wear different colored sashes. The gold-finis- h goes well with any of them, (liven for 20 lion stamp. For 10 lion heads and a 2c. stamp. Fine wax crayons, accompanied with out line pictures for coloring. Each era von is wramicd wiinsirong trarer. . . to prevent Divas : fifteen colors, different ing, Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that ean lie found in the city are dispensed and accommoby up-to-da- te SWINDLED. dating clerks. Saratoga i 7; ti Genuine Water ' Kept op Tap. Medr. Men who go cut fishing- in an open host in the midst of a blinding- storm and enjoy it, must be strong and healthy and are pretty sure to live to a ripe old age. and (Jmieral the rush and hurry of modern business life wilt not permit Oie average Work. man to take frequent outdoor exercise. In lieu of a life spent partly in the woods and on the water, a man must find some kind of medicine to tone up aad invigorate him and incite the vital organs of his body to the faithful performance of their normal ur. nerce's uolden Medical luncuons. Discovery is the only thoroughly effective medicine for this purpose. Its principal action is upon the organ that feed the Csunty Court Days. blood, the stomach, the large intestines and, the liver. It facilitates the flow of the db IVriM, Iti.urtmn county, firet Monday. festive juices in the stomach and the production of healthy chyle in large quan-title- s Ui. !:iiinii!, Miiilismi county, flratlMon-m- y in the large intestines. It invigorates the liver and purifies and enriches the blood. When the blood U rich and pure .ii, I'.iyeite couuty, Becond the old, inert tissues throughout the body are torn down and replaced by new and M..u.!.H. ;, H healthy flesh tissues and nerve fibers. If a EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY m .n:irth ISiwoln couuty, sccpnd Mon-dman's blood is filled with the rich, ourc elements of health, he can get along with a I'he man is who has a good, sound, re- scanty arnonnt of exercise. Disease germs OeOrijbtown, Scott county, third Mon- liable carriage under him. He ean can gain no foothold in his system. rent secure in the nniij;ht that when ' I had catarrh for neveral years and then the day. he Ims one of onr well made, relin tin had front the Dmyille, Roylo county, third Monday. plifctotis, rnrritwep, rniial.outs. whnle- - jmp and also Mr. T.a J.hemorrhage of Sand. IuurV writes F. Brown, Watanga C NTclioluaville, Jessamine ennnty, third Ikiiih speeders, or road carlp, that cnniej .attention, Co.. N.coald "I had the best medical but it ferisK tnly partial relief. w jmi iiuij on u.c roitii, ins wjignu Monday. notvr I had more hemorrhages. J took twenty-fiv- e or will jive way. Wo havo one of the thirty bottles ortncdiewws.htcontimi(rio hove Winchester, Clark county, fourth finest stocks of road wagons, roeka-way- a spehs of bleediag. 'I cammeuced tekioL' Df. fierce Goldm '(fric: Discovery aad Vt. Monday, and rbbriireil htufvies Jn Jtlch-nion&! Catarrh Kenmftjr. .J utc tUt botUea aad have been to da uutMmiar Ubor for JOHN 0ONELSOM, rVtf'r., Vemailloa, wood ford farth uwn twelve VMM I Iw mut Mac is Br. Ktttcky Crrk4e Woriu iiwic - Second St. Phone 3. nWlTMOND, KY. li iFin, Guttering Job im mm mu mi l..ini y. " eoty, d. ae s i m price being one doSl.tr. He re cotved some hubrcriptiuns, with iho money; how many is not known. Ah the price he received wae Jess than newspaper dealers pay for the magazine Mr. John A. Bell wrote lo the publish ers to fcnow How it was (lone. In eply came the follow : "We have had iiutnomtis complaints fioin parties who have in ule payments to Myron HrWest for subscription to , r. .... . 11 urnm.uiiignzii.e.. lie iBuinioumeiiiyail 11poster and is btuiply victlmjziiiir peo ple. We have placed th'u together with all the infoiriiation we. have re&iiveii from various sources, In the baud of the Chief United Stat, s Secret Servio Agent in NVnliingun. " Some people would rather pav money to a stranger with big chaiices-o- f Iwlou swindled than in give an unicr ion home dealer whr ho makes only u few ceals profit. Of course, tho 1110:11-- ) paid to young west is a total loss The young man claimed that the p'ubllsheis 01 tne maitazin had agreeil to give him 'i'iiat Tlirubiu 11 iiiLcli.'. scholarsbin in some iustituti in of Would quickly leave yon. If yon used learning if he Mould secure for ft (, Dr..King' Kew Life Pills. ThoUiands many subscriber. Georgetown Times of sunoreta have proved then: matchMillions of dollars, is tho value nlueeil less metiib for Sick autl Nervousr-lietid- by Mrs. Maiy Bird, Harrisbtire, Px, on aehes. They make pure blood mid the'lifeof herchild..whun she was &vel strong nerves and build upyoUi benlth. frm croup by the use of One Minute. to lafee. Try them Only 25 cettts. ivtMiii care, ix cures all coughs, cold and throat and luHg truuhfcw. 1'efrv Money inwk il not cuud. Sokl by Fur tiou -1 11 1ica-ivc-1 Sjveral weeks ago Myron H. West, H young man, was. in Georgetown solicit ingaubsciiptioiis to MeUlure's Magn ztue at id cents jeryear the suhsjrip- Miss (Catherine Pottit and her nstoei ates have returned from ' Cedar Grovo Camp,'' near Iltz.ird, and Miss Pettit is. now- making a tour of the Suite, the (guest-o- f the different women's club giv ing snort lectures oji the mouutaineers of Kentucky. These lectures are spol en of voty highly, being' interestingly iuter spersed with illustnuioifc from ihe lile of the rugged people among whom shehas lived. Some of (he ladies 01 Harrodsburg are trying to makb a date with her lo lecture heie sme tine during tho early winter. Harro isburg Democrat. Misa Ethel Qarner gave a recoptk List Friday nfturneou from four to six o'clock in honor ot her euIu, Mbs Annie Warieu? or Nashville, Tepi . Misses Ethel (jarner, Annie Warren. Addie Garner and h'uc Buck tier S mio sixty; ur'seyvn.y poro:is called and light ttifreshit.e..ts wire strvei'. The spif5rotis duifule parlor iron: Tiihicii daylight watslishUn y "candles, and tastefully decwrutMi wllh AKpa'agU", cm. llowi rj and vai iou- coloied autumn Iocs, lhat gave U a heaut:fut iippearxiico i haim.ji.v with .... .. ...... . ue season. iiu jiisier -- Ladles' Apron. qnallty lawn, with alternate revering and tucks; broad hem at bottom, and is neatly gathered at waist; a Tery superior and stylish article. Size, 36x40 Inches. Given for20 lion heads and a Length, Are Inches, suitable for cuttinc, trimming and general household ue. Olven for 12 Hon heads and a 2c stamp. I Made of good Child's Drawing: Book. A collection of nlco outlino pictures bound into book form with sheets of tissue paper beleaves. On these tissue pages the Razor. Ltoa's Bride." The story Is interesting, and ire send with each picture a handsome folder, containing copy of the poem and telling all about it. Size. 13x26 Inches. Mailed free for 12 Hon heads cat from lion Coffee wrappers and a stamp. An unusually fine picture; from the brush of the noted German artist. Gabriel if ax. It is founded on Chamlsso's poem, "Tho tween tho stamp. Fruit Picture. " Dorothy an4 Her Friends." A bright, klBtlSS. chlldrcu can trace the pictures beneath, thns affordinff enjoyment, as well as Instruction to tho nana ana eye. These drawing books and Hie box of crayons go very welt together. There are six different kinds, and each orawlng book requires 6 lion heads and a stamp. nt Given for 35 Hon heads and a s stamp, a razor, made of best English steel, and extra flrst-clafhollow-groun- Rubber Dressing Comb. For 10 Hon heads ond a stamp. Length, 7 inches, full size and weight. Made of genuine India rubber, finely finished. Appropriate for n ladies' dressing-case or for use In the household. Naval Box Kite. See chtry picture. For 8 lion head it Fly 1 aad s 2c stump. A bright, cheery picture, ing with her chick. cnsandherrnbUU. The predominating colors aro rich reds and greens. Size, 11x28 Inches. heads and a 50-Fo- Blze, ICxH inches. Olvtn far 8 Hon stamp. ot Clothes Line. Made of closely fly. Every American boj wants one, The celebrated box kite now so popular. Thirty inches long and comes safely folded, but can quickly be spread to Game "India." Similar to "Par-chest- ," For 10 Hon timl and stanin we wUl mail It tinned, ready lor baaguig. satisfaction. thrcadj. stfonft and will give the best of ... .. and older persons also are Interested nailed free for 40 Hon beaaa cut from stamp. wiw wrappers aad a been played in east-ecountries sluce before the dawn of history. The illustration shows plan of the game, with usual counters, dice ac and dice-cup- s companying it. A game which people nover tire of playing, uiven lor iu iton which has heads and. et stamp. Every uon ttmmy t buy apouj package of UON COFFEE you have bought something else, too. bought a certain portion of some article to uy you irom our new Premium Lists ! iu (X 7Sk '"rin tfrt Do' t mil U l The pr- -l. evw ortercj - Vi ahHiys know UON COf'FEE m tWL.. IMmjIi.i. i , IA IMPORTANT NOTICE. . T" "" Hot. Address ail letters to tlx -- " Himm. by the TMKr Hits 'lid Baric. aawfutalv nwa If Mm Lion CWFf3E ia ratted tWawy it kav ta uduw factory. ta save Do, tare hv lri-- -.. praM rr .1. """"- "TL- cnt, juu yr grocer lor "- u large WOOLSOK SPtOE OO., Ohio. TOO, ry it Tboauu; Drujuku.