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RICHMOND, MADISON DEMOCRATIC TICKET. RKPAiniNQ AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES COUNTY, KENTUCKY, A WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1899! VIGOROUS DEMOCRATIC ' nnth ' NUMBER 23. n Jelled. JOURNAL. CONCLUSIONS FROM EXPERIENCE. a ornuiAiric. ANNOUNCEMENT OE COUNTY C CLERK tn annnrtns.d 1DPTI KAVANAUCIH DOTY forCnuntv Clerk, suclect . . tn f n. ..linn &re flnthorlTAfl ' 'GpYvctaxv mm All Work Guaranteed. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. would you do?" "Got out andseeif the fact that Professor Andree'b brother has verified." Cleveland hope that the reckless balloon voyager will yet return safely from his perilous "Sometimes," said Uncle Eben,"yo' adventure. We are authorized in nnnnn innw w Itecently the finding of two buoys And a mau dat spends so much time BALLARD, of WhitA K tartan. ,.nrllfa MIXED BY A PRACTICAL suujeci wj me action 01 me Democratic learnin' high-flow- n language dat he dropped from Andrew's balloon has been We are aethftrlzftfl tn nnrtnnna PAINTER READY t TfTTW iolgit8 to pu:k up any facks wuf usin accepted by the people generally as tes GENTRY a candidate for in on." Washington Star.' timony that Andrce had met with conr.ty, subject to the action8hrIffof Madison of the Democratic FOR USE. party. "No," he said, reflectively, "this wreck and death. But Andree's brother sees In them a WeareanthnrzpdtAnnntinrT t npnin isn't like mother's pie." 'And why e make it in all the different DOS a candidal for RhHff nrMtHitAnAi.nt . J not?" Bhe waspishly asked. promise of success.- He concludes that T. K(0f .' "Bo- Shades of coIojs, including Black cause," he mildly explained, "mother's the larger buoy was dropped after the racy. 4 FOB ASSESSOR. Choice of three good pie always had ants in it," Cleveland bnlloun had reached a far Northern We are authoring in innnn and White, at $1.10 per gallon office rooms overDoug- Tho paper consists of twenty pages point and had drifted South. Plain Dealer. hard-war- e JNot only the best PAINT in the i 10 the action or the Demo- his & Simmons' With this slight foundation a theory weekly, four of which are printed in vru.ic party. Mr. C. ''My wife always says the colors, while it contains each week a market for the price, but the BEST we are store. Main St. ts evolved that his balloon was .Tab t. right thing at the right anthoriied tn &nnnnn time." Mr. still further North up to aboutcarried spirited drawing in colur of a National BAKER Also verr desirable nt any prico. If you use it you county ft candidate for Anneannr nt Uutlnn Y. 87 de "What now?" C. "Whyl I read in suoject to toe action or the Demo celebrity, Democrat or Republican, eight-rooresidence, will advise all yon neighbors and cratic party. the paper the other night that Krnpp, grees of latitude and that a lauding hav which is issued as a supplement suitaanthnriEpri tn iintinnnfn nvftnnr We are ing been effected the return march was J with modern conven-- T friends to 1190 it. ble for framing. nuinu a canataate lor Assessor of Madison the German manufacturer, had made begun. county, subject to the action of the Democratic 20,000 cannon." Y. "And fauces. what did It will be observed that party. this assumes sue say?" C ' Great cruns!' " PUTNAM FADELESS We are anthoriied tn unn rl U' that the lauding was made 750 miles GRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. ! D E ATI! ERAfl E a candidntn far Iiwimf rr ronkers Statesman. Window Glass, ' bejoiul tint furthest Northern land DYES DO NOT STAIN THE Madison county, subject to the ictionof the ; "I have come.fcir," said the foreigner known and there is absolutely no evi HANDS OR SPOT THE ; tcmmic parxy. the We are anthor.ted tn imiAiinnt ttttn tlTTTJW of title to the American of wealth, "to dence to prove this surmise-- . KETTLE. Sold by C. L. of the Qlade District. iranilMitA rnr A,u,v, ; ; ask for the hand of vour dauehter " Granting the conclusions of suhjett to the Action of the Democratic party. Andree's Searcy, Waco, Ky., Thomas Which one?' asked the millionaire brother, nothing will o25-lbe heard of the & I have three." "It .is immaterial," Andree party until next spring, for the Adams,Panola, Ky. We ate iftltioHteA tn Our stock of WALL-PAPEanswered the nobleman, magnanimous- tramp over the ice fields would 0TS W. TORS FASHIONS". county, take at from 4 cents up; WINDOW party. subject to the action of the Democratic ly. Extraordinary Otter. might draw lots for rate ' least three years. The newest Parisian wrinkle is the We are authorized to announce PETEB n. Chicago Evening Post SHADES, PICTURE FRAMES, EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL fcoriVs'e', it is to be hoped that this Of PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madlann chenille dress. The CliiMAX and tho Ohio Farmer, What's bcronro A iV&Ve Tomhiy cheerful theory may prove correct, hut, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &c, county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. ESTATE AND COLLECHats are trimmed with scarves of (weekly) for 1.50 till January 1, 1901. bov?i it is greatly to be feared Traddles d that never so large atitl complete aa now. We are anthorized to announce JACK ROSS that in this nncut velvet. The best bargains ever offered in good VMeiA for music case the wish is father 'to TION AGENCY. candidate for Jailer of Madison countv. for with the tho thought. PRICES the LOWEST. one term only, subject to the action of the Did Ids tiasfe de'veTo'r) into anything! Balloon Voyag'es A startling novelty is a black satin reading. The Ohio Farmer is clearly in the milder- - air of the practicali" "Yes, itirJeed. I saw him temperate 5tone are extra hazardous ellpper with silver heels set with the leader of the agricultural press of We make to order all kinds and democratic party. Pfeli. We are anthorized to ansttuni America. It is the fanner's paper,practi-ca- l, DAVIS, Manager. R colors of WINDOW SHADES aiyl KINS a candidate rot- Jailor, sublect to the in the city a few days ago. He was: undertakings, frequently followed by jewels. action of the Democratic party. reliable and entertaining. Twenty ringing a bitr.riell in fronlt of an auction! disaster and the contensus,of opinion costumes nre clinging to PICTURE FRAMES. pages weekly, with liberal illustrations Farm, Mineral and Timber store." Cleveland Plain Dealer. appears to be that Andree has fallen a the tunic. From thence they flare to About KissiNg. Mrs. P. "John PppVr.yo'u see here! victim to his extremely reckless vent- the foot of the skirt, which is quite and comple market reports from all the Lands bought and sold leading market centers. No farmers M. WILLIE, long. on commission. Editor Agitator: Do yort ttilnk I've found yon '6at. I have been told ure. mine is complete without it. , that beWe our marriage you sowed Dainty trunks for holding the baby's that kissing Is risht, arid if go-- bWder You ought to know more about this Geo. Noland, Rockland, O., says: "wind." Mr. P. "There's no denyM3 ff. I11S STREET. the most needed clothes arc shown by great Agricultural paper. what clrclUistaticeS4, "My wire had piles forty years. 's It will pay ing it, my' dear; and, what's more, I Aivounts RICHMOND, KY. and out of the feVEET SiXTEEK. Witch Hazel Salvo cured her. Best & Co. They nre of wicker, lined ou in dollars and cents to read it a reaped the whirlwind when I married It it the best salvo in America." It with white or light-hueC satin, fitted baleen for (Collection. you." Then there was a breezy time heals everything and cures all skin di- with pockets and other receptacles for ear. Subscribe nt once aud get the full benefit of this great offer. Sample seases. Perry & Thomas. The doctors in ih'oir wisdom have and no mistake. Philidelphia R. Bulletin. holding appliances for the infant's copies of botli papers free. 15" ,ite, or call on me for further Don't wait. said that SI. is dangerous, and that distoilet, and with delicate perfume in Write us The Savage Bachelor. "I cannot REMEMBER JIMMIE SHEWMAKER. particulars. ease may betrpread h'y the osculatory tf The Optic Specialist the wadding. said the Young Sweet Thing, tFFICE-Roo- m9, Moberloy Buildprogress, b'ht, 'confidently, I don't be- Uarrodsburg Democrat. J The popular Parisian chenille dress A writer put the matter very aptly ot No. SU Fourth Avenue-- , Louisville, will be at ieve a word 'of it, when a pair of dewey "what Kipling meant by 'half devil and ing. Kirhiiioml, Ky. half child.' " "Nor I," said theSavage IheGlyhdOn Hotel, Richmond, Jimmie Showmaker ha3 for some is in princess shape, the entire upper w hen he said : "Corn loaned to hogs is rose-bu- d lips are puckered for a kiss I Bachelor, "when both phrases mean time been working-fo- r PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Mr. B. M.AUin, part being of chenille over silk of the at a very largo interest. A hog is a WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, ould like a chance, even though I essentially the same thing." same shade. The gown fits like a glove condenser; ho will put ten bushels of In the at $1 50 per week. and contributing new the bubonic plague would follow. meanwhile the small boy boarded conrcttrtnliig Who tlay eafch month. Eyes exar one-thir-d of his wages toward and fastens at the back with hooks and corn in less space than a bushel meas But it all depends on the lime and cir A?:0HK3TS. imjfiafcd glasses scientifically adjusted. tinued to play that the hall was a rail- the support of hisfather'sfamily.beside eyrs. ure. He has been styled a manufactur cumstances. It is not proper for a girl roads and he was a freight train. In- clothing himself. When ho went home The scarves of uncut velvet used to er of hams, tanl, hnir brushes, head to kiss her beau publicly, or when the R. E. ROBERTS, dianapolis Journal. to supper Tuesday night his father,who trim some hats hnve fringed silken cheese, tooth brushes, glue, buttons, is on his breath. odor of sen-se- n Had ATTOSNnY-XT-LXhad been ill for a long time, was in a ends hanging on each side, ovdr the fertilzier, fats, . bacon, knife handles, you asked me to answer you on an abStory of a Slave. soap, whistles, sausage, nnd satisfaction. dying condition, and expired soon after- brim of the hat struse proposition, or a question of RICHMOND, - KENTUCKY. To be bound hand and foot for years converts corn into coin and can buy ward. Hearing the burial expenses politics, I might have had to look the by ttji Office in Woberley BniiaJng. Most hats have wide brims and high, He the chains of disease in the worst discussed bv oldor ones of the fam- tapering crowns; are worn off the face what he will." Exchange. the matter up, but this is one on which 1 form of slavery. George D. Williams, ily, Jimmie went to W. MILLER-- . his trunk, return- and sometimes decorated with im eminently qualified to give advice, of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a ing in a minute, and IMPORTANT Attotiwky-at-Lacalllnc his older having made a close study of it. slave was made free, lie says: "My sister to one side,, gave her his bank- mense buckles. Kbmtuckt. Richmond, Kissing is a science, and very few ever wife g Long, cloaks are having has been so To feeders, Breeders and Shippers '0(!ii fin the T5Tnam Building, next dpor to learn to kiss accordingly to Hoyle. It that she could helpless for five years book, which showed seven dollars and run. They reach to the floor, ter ivegtoik. Competition open to of feW-l- y orim r's Jitftiwial Bank. ill not turn over in bed twenty cents to his credit, and said to inOst be very annoying to a girl to be minating in a biafjflounco. alone. After nsing two bottles of Elec- her: States and markets. "Here are all my savings; take it kissed by a big blundering idiot who tric Bitters, she is wonderfully im- and Quite a chic little afiair The management of tho Pittsburg street U6e it for poor papa." This quits before the thrills get to thrilling, proved and able to do her own work." gown of black cloth stiched with white. Central Stock Yards, East Liberty, example should be emulated or who perforins the act with the pon This supreme remedy for female dis- by every boy in town, aud Jimmie Attokskyxt-Law- , The most fanciful and certainly Pennsylvania, are offering the followderous grace of a yoked cow. Each na eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep- should KENTUCKY. among the most expensive stockings ing premiums lor the best load of cattle, laCUMOXD, receive the encouragement of tion has its distinctively national style lessness, melancholy, headache, faint- all good of tho season are of pink and blue silk consisting of 12 or more head, $125; OiTipp over TiyJrra Third ware store, op-- p people. of kissing just as it has its different OF TONE, PURITY ing and dizzy spells. This miracle the second best load of cattle, 12 or - te lourt Irrtnse. on Main StreH. with real lace Insertion. styles of dress and gambling, and one working medicine is n.godsend to weak, more head, $75; the third best load of Dr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill. N Y .says; k k costumes and can tell the nationality of a man by the sickly run down people. Every bottle "I heartily recommend One Minute cattle, 12 or more head,S50. The var combined with great range way he delivers, his kiss. Parenthetic guaranteed. 'Only 60 cents. Sold by Cough Cure. It gave my wifo immed- hats nre well liked. ATTOTtXKY AT LAW. ious competing cars of rattle aro to be ally I would remark that no great Evelyn Cahle. iate relief in suffocating asthma." Kentccky. and power are some of the Perry & Thomas, Druirglsts. KwiiMovn, C on exhibition and 6ale Monday, No- Pleasant to take. Never fails to quickpersuasion strong points of the Cono-ve- r, amount of class in thewould be required Ulice i?o. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31 30 ember 27th, 1800. To Cure a Cold in One Day art, men exclud- Was Mr Bryan the Cams ot Thetf Strange ly cure all coughs, colds, throat and to teach a lung troubles Perry & Thomas. Schubert, Kingsbury ed, but I would insist on selecting the The above premiums will bo open to Quinine Tablets. Take Laxative Bromo Ji V. D. M. OITKNAULT, Happenings? and Crescent Piano. All druggists refund the money if it all breeders, regardless of weight. The pupils. Of all the love affairs in the world fails to cure. 25c. E. W. Grove's sig- contest will be decided by three disinThe day Mr. Bryan spoke in Rich ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TIiq French kiss is politeness, and oct25-0u- i. none can surpass the true love of a big nature is ou each box. mond, a terested judges of cattle, selected at the farmer who reInstrument Kkntocky RlrlrauKP, is performed by kissing the hnnd. In boy for his mother. It is pure and nosides not over four miles from town, discretion of the General Management Several years ago an aristocratic so England they simply stand oil and de'Xfice on Second street, over Chenble, the . of very sold construction livers a buss on the brow, but in good started ' on horseback to the Bryan both.honorable to mean highest degree in ciety girl was asked to receive a young of the Pittsburg Central Stock Yards. cutt's do not only a dutiable I w ill here On the but the it is recommended to those old America the act .is done right. speaking, tho offer rain compelled him affection. I mean a love that makes a mau who wished to meet her. Right in a number abovo day wo from have East o! butchers the of a friend of s seat R. LETCHER, his hearing she said haughtily: who desire durability as The blushing beauty, in the dim light to accept boy gallant and courteous to.iils mothin his who The Attomey-at-Laiwell as a handsome ap- of the parlor, allows the kisser to draw cepted buggy; profferedfarmer gladly nc er, showing to everything that he is fair- "Thanks, no; he is too shoddy," thus choicemake aatspecialty of handling all times, and especialcattle the hospitality, dis , insulting her hostess and the young KeXTDCKY. pearance and fine finish. her to his mure or less manly breast. mounted from his horse, took off the ly in love with her. Next to the love llu HMON-Dychice cattle for the Holiday trade. one of tho richest fallow. He is Olli.m with T. .1. Smith, Jr., over We have several styes. Some and turns up her pretty mouth to re saddle and placed it in the buggy, lend of a husband, nothing so crowns a wo men in town and that girl There will also be large orders for the Covington & Mitcht-ll's- ; man's life with honor as this second in Mahojronv, Rosewood, ceive the tributo thatanbeauty exacts. ing the horse by the bridle through the him, but he Export Holiday Trade. ohl " etc. JJrices range from "And this, If there be Elysium on earth rear window of the vehicle. The two love, this devotion of a. son to her. I afterwards tried to catch passed her Competitors need not fear of the , it is this." It is had a good memory and $225.00 up. Eas3r pay- - If I were to go on with the descrip- friends, both worshipers of Bryan, got never yet knew a boy to turn bad who up. And there was another girl who market being oversupplied or that their Attovney-at-Laiments. tion this office would Boon be. crowded so jnterestefl in the confab about Mr. oegan falling In love with mother. was going to make the swellest match cattle will not sell for a strong price. Any man may fall in love with a fresh Yours truly, HARDING & RIEBM. with air damsels awaiting their turnnd Bryan's visit o Ilichmond, thaflhev faced girl, and the man who gallant of all the rosebuds. She wedded a Richond. Ky. Inhorley Building, is Simon O'Donnell, the business of this great paper would arrived at the court house before they gentleinaiK from afar, whoso wealth H. G. KENT, Agent, General Manager. stop, and there might be a divorce suit were aware that there was no horee at- with the girl may cruelly neglect his and dignity, she swore, wero great, but nov8-3- t PHTSIOIAITS. in court So, In answer to the ques- tached to the bridal held by the afore worn aud weary wife, but the boy who the Louisville, fellows who met him de RICHMOND, KY. The annual report of the dead letter farmer. Late that Is a lover of his mother in her middle clared there was a graceful swing to tion, in my opinion kissing is naughty, said DKS. GIBSON, & GIBSON, night the "well-know- n farmer" trudged age is a true knight, who will love his his arm when he filled his glass, and offlcfi shows that It received from all but ohl so nice The Agitator. his way home in the darkness and rain wife as much in her sere.leafed autumn they suspected he was the fabricator of sources G855,9S3 pieces of mail mntter, PJIY3ICIA N A ATJ SURGEON, as he did in the dnisicst springtim- enearly 0 per cent increase, over last . Kentucky. Dr. A. H. Melcon, a London, Ky with n saddle and bridle on his back, Kiciimond, trousseau. It subsequently year. Money a nnd tiratts louiid in tne and his family are convinced that Mr. Ex. dentist, and Miss May, daughter ol developed that at the grand blow-ou- ts dead letters aggregate 1,168,000. Office in the Joe Colins building, lS and 10 SecVincent Boreing, went to Bryan's name and fame are painfully Congressman be DeWitt's he gave, which were duly chronicled "I ond Street, over Wnue .old drucmore. in the Witch wouldn't Salve, without considera in the papers, the friends of the long Bellevue, Ohio, and were married. conducive to Hazel for nnv oi their house-hol3 tion," writes Thomas B. Ithodes.Center-tTeId.- ago. Tattler, in Times. The bride is highly accomplished and liege lord CIIAS. HOOKER, Here is another funny case from the Infalliblejor piles, cuts.bnrns, pretty. Stanford Journal. The groom and Bkin diseases. Beware of counter- A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR. V RTERJNA It Y SURGEON, is a brother of Miss Melcon, the accom- Harrodsburg Democrat: m The day Bryan spoke here a man feits. Perry & Thomas. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. plished musician who taught hero and his wife were returning home. On A Device to Lower Caskets years ago. some A Limited Special Offer Which Will Last For Automatically. the Cornishville pike, within the city Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. The Leading Specialists of America .Ten .Oars Only. The apparatus recently purchased a ecu- nn fttnlra. over store recentlr limits, they disagreed and had a fight 20 YEARS IN OHIO. led by Richmond Harness Co., East Main St by Mr. S. N. Moberley, whereby a They got out of their carriage, hitched apr7-l- y ilichmond, Ky. Genuine Pomona diamonds have a 250,000 Cured. coffin is automatically lowered into world-widthe horse, and began to throw rocks, e reputation. It is almost IL C. JASPtiR, M. D and the Woman rarely ever missed her the grave, was given two public tests impossible to distinguish them from A GOOD WECURESTRiCTURE mark. After keeping this up for awhile, last week, and worked like a charm. genuine diamonds costing hundreds of Medicine and Surgery. I Thousands of youne anil uUUlo-ngc- J she got up into the carriage and went The device consists of a framework dollars each. They are worn by the best men aro troubled with this disease many I Office Prather Buildinc, Main Street TIME KEEPER, which is placed around tho grave, havnnconsciouslr. They may havo a smart-- 1 Many women lose their girlish forms after home, leaving her husband in town. people. We will forward a genuine Pomo Telephone nt retidence (the Carr place) on las sensation, small, tmsucc stream. two strong wire cables attached to Urortdway. sharp outline rains nt times, t lisbtd:- - j is valuable Such is the Elgin and they become mothers. This is due to mg-kc- t. Lator he was arrested and tried, but no ing na diamond mounted in a heavy ring chared, difficulty in comisciicinz. weak each other with grins, which are sus Kentucky. VValtlmw Watch, which we nre sellRlCnMOSD, -The figure can be preserved beyond evidence being shown that he was the pin or stud to any address upon receipt organs, emission, and all tho symptoms On of nervous debility they havo BTltlC-TUKquestion if the ex- cause of the trouble, he was released pended alove the open grave. ing form $C 00 to $10 00. A notahle of price, $1 each. Earrings, screws or Con'tletdoctoMcxpcnmcnton W. EVANS, Jt D., these cables the casket is placed by Q pectant mother will by the judge. event, as all good Watch judges admit. drops, $2 per pair. Ring settings nre . vnn. br cittintr. stretching, or tearingI you. Thiswillnntcuroyou.aaitnillre-the The operator then reconstantly use. one. Now is your opportunity made of one continuous, piece of thick, leases a small brake-wheVolcaBie.JEraitiuBH and the .11KM nbsorbs too stricture tissue; Physician and Sdrqeon, lienee removes tho stricture nermanent lv. weight of the casket lowers it slowly shelled gold, aud are warranted not to . JEWELRY ! Are granu,, but bkin Eruptions rob It can never return. No pain, no suffer-- 1 Kentucky. tarnish. Special combination offer for Richmond. iiig, no detention trom businesa tiy our I life of joy, Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, and silently into the grave. When the ten days only. . King and stud sent to Cenlainly. Dots of it. - Sterling inetnoa. 'luesexnatorransaresircncin-(modThs nerves aro invigorated, and cures them, also Old, Runninir and coffin reaches the bottom the grips on any address upon receipt of $1J0. Send DR. T. J. TAYLOll, quality." More than money's worth tho bliss ot manhood meres. Fever Sores, Ulcers, .Bolls, 1'elons, the cable autonvtaically unlock nnd fot catalogue. In ordering ring giye PradtltonrT tn Medicine and Surgery, for all. Bright golden goodness. Asa they are drawn up- by means of a finger measurement by .tisinga piece of Kentucky. leader, a fine Diamond Ring at from during the whole Corns, Wnrts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, crank. Everything Richmond isso silentlv and ''Thousands of youne nnd rulddle-cgcHands, Chilblains. Address period of pregnancy. Scalds, Chapped men nro jiavnuc tncir sexual visor ami SI 00 to 150. accurately performed, that the method string also full particulars. WOfflce and residence on Second Street. vitality continually rappt-- J vr mis ais- Uest iie cure orf earth Drives out Tub Pomona Co., Selling quickly like good Jewelry The earlier its use k will meet with favor, especially as it plainly, oise. luey aro frequently unconscious 1181-11Pains and Aches. Only 25 cents a box, Broadway, lutnacauicot these symptoms, ucnerat begun, the more Lasts for a lifetimc. should. relieves the of tbe terrible Yfeakness. Unnatural Iiircharges, Fall-iDENTAL STJ2.aSP.T. New York. oct253t Munhnoil- - Nervrmsncs. Poor jlcm- will the s&ape Cure guaranteed. Sold by;Perry & physical strain incident to lowering1 Lnry. Irritability, at tlrao.) Sraartins Scn- F. J. TEAGER, Thomas, Druggests C be preserved. Kition, riunken j;res. vnn uarx. circles. the caskets by the old method. Mr WORTH KNOWING. Weak Rack, Uoneral Depression, Lnck Richmond, Ky. No. 28, 2(1 St. m5ltrJ TOM Tho Willlamfleld, Ohio, Times usual- Milward Brown, who operates the ap ilf Ambition. Varicocele. Shrnnken sep6-l- y not, only softens and ly a very fart, etc ULEET and 6TIUCTUKE truthftl paper, perpetrates the paratus, is certain of its practical, DBSTIST, itaybothocau'O. Dou't consult family TheTiank of England was opened 202 relaxes the muscle! following, which, labor-savindoctor; &i they havo no experience; in to say tho least, is and satisfactory working, years ago. 07 LODISTILLB, KY. these special diseases don't allow during the great strain before birth, but helps OiIlce neit door to Government Building, Cuaeki to experiment on you. Consult Ohio Railway. the skin to contract naturally afterward. It very funny: A farmer recently hired and will exhibit it to any one desirous 1 to . Real Admiral Sampson has retired k&pe&h is pecialistn; who luvo made n. Ufa study of to iUchmSnd, Ky. Office hours very inexperienced boy out of the re of seeing It in operation. a norl7-l- y IlijvoiIcn and Women. OarNKW keeps unsightly wrinkles away, and the from command of the North Atlantic METHOD TltKA'CMKKT will rest.. formatory to help about the place. Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. J .Toly euro you. Ono thousand dollars muscles underneath retain their pliability. One morning he told the lad to salt the - Dr. II. -H. Haden, Summit, Ala.,saya Squadron. Kj lor & caso wo accept lor treatment and J)R. FRED SMITH. . .it .1.1 ir , , fflOlirtri jFriCtld is that famous1 external calf a inuiK jyouoi uyspepsia uure is a BOUND. The Emperor ot Germany has pur P cinnotcurc. Terms moJcrato farn cure. WEST in the pasture. The boy took about splendid medicine. I prescribe it, and ML Sterling and Lexington Accom . .. 6 65 am liniment whkh banishes morning sickness DENTIST. a quart of salt and rubbed it all over the my confidence in it grows with con chased a villa for f 125,900 as a residence M CURES GUARANTEED 7 00 am Eastern Express for Louisville over Collms Grocery, same office Morehead and Lexington Accom. - 3 00 pm and nervousness duting pregnancy; shortens calf, working Wo treat nnd cure: EMISSION?. it into the hair. A guns tinued use." it digests what, you eat for his sons. lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgta. Janli-l- y SO pm New York Limited F. F. V labor and makes it nearly painless; builds up VAKTOnCEIiK. SYPHILIS. (II.KKT. I Thero are 5000 theaters in the Unltod n of colts in the pasture scented ssltaiid ana quicKiy cures dyspepsia andlndi Ti.ii.Ti'iri.ti T..... r. ........ the patient's constitutional strength, so thai EAST BOUND. IIRATN3. HNNATHUAIi niSDHARQ- States, 1,000 of which are devoted to got after the calf. They licked all the gestion. Perry & Thomas.' 8 15 am she emerges from the ordeal without danger. Lexington and Morehead Accom. . .7 i. t I H. .1 o o v M M n, Dr. I HOOKS CONSULTATION VS.V.R. ,halr oil the calf's back and tried to A Lexington man advertises a lot of vaudeville. 1 1'KEE The little one, too, shows the effects ol 8 30 pm Lexington and Xt. Sterling Accom. If uimbla to call, wn'to for lick the hide off, too. The farmer tried good Kentucky wh'sky lo exchango for Dr. Richard Gatliag, who ivontcd pn RUtiNC'S tor HOME BLANK Washington Ezpresa a Trkai by its robustness and vigor. to catch iOtlKSTTON the calf and wash it oS, but business and other property. There are the Gatling gan, reeeatly celebrated Accommodation trains run daily except E0n No. 503 West Ninth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio. SeMat drug stores fer$l a feettic. the creature, thinking ho watttd to a number of Lexington people exchang his 81si birthday. will be at the Motel Zimmer, Richmond, Ky., on itiv. Other trains run dallr. Through sleeping and dining car serrice to Send for our finely Illustrated book far ex lick too, kept at of tho way. Th boy, KewYort. ing good property far whisky, bat they , la llarrotklmrjf, Ky., thero Is said to WEDNESDAY, NOT. 8, 1839, For Information, rates or sleeper reservations pectant taothtr. 122 W. FOURTH STREET, sU oa or write jl. klhjjj. Agent ju.n jiy. THE aWUDFWLD REOULAT6 C ca-l- and farmer are all unhappy. The are not advertwiMg Utt fact except bo a man who has a private coal mine .BicfciBOBd, Ky. are the oly ooe who bad My fun through th raeditiM ot thir aeees returning every second Vedncsday o. each CINCINNATI, O. yr. that he mm aa Ms f awl attyfdy and will ATLANTA, U. month. Refereaee every physician of Rich at .061C C. BAKXKY, T. A. k O. By., Lesdntw, Ky, Mttfit. Wiaclwttor DeiuoonU, iCBM-iell none. mond, ny. FOB 8 H BUI PP. uuii: a candidate for County Clerk, Makes tfre food to the action of the Democratic Party. subject delicious wholesome We are anthoriied to announce D R. TEVIS BOTAl SARmO roWDC CO., HEW TODIC a candidate for Hnttntv rn0rir.nM.wf f ti,. .vbjuu ui uie uemocrauc party. ? are authorized to announce M. M. BREVITIES OF FUN. HOPE FOR ANDREE. uiiiiicnaunn maij in. mnnt .h, Ject to the action of the Democratio party. authorized to announce "Suppose tell you. dearest, that my Nothing illustrates the optimism of COBB a candidate for County Clerk, JESSE subject c ucuiucraus party. v father has lost all his money. What Arctic explorers more forcibly than the ...VL5.are anthoriied to announce C. M. RAY' Royal more I Baking Powder and nv "e,re U NEED PAINT we are authoriTpri tn tnnnnni Trrr?j x? story can bo WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff nt MnridAn county subject to the action of the Democratic Plain Dealer. rl For Rent! A . - The Verdict, the only illustrated Democratic weekly journal in the Uni ted Slates, is arousing an unusual inter est, not only in the East but in the West. Its stalwart Democracy Is un questionable. Certainly it voices now the issues upon which the Democratic party intends to go before the peoplo in 1900. It is rallying the Democracy to the support of this 1000 platform: An Income tax. A graded inheritance tax. The destruction of the political power of the Trusts. Public ownership of municipal fran chises. lis editorials, written by Alfred Henry Lewis, are unusually frank in statement. Tho Verdict's cartoons, printed in colors, sum up pictorially the editor s view of National and New-York affairs. There are character and individuality in the cartoons that ate as refreshing as the vigor ot the editor ials. The Verdict gives promise of being the oracle of the advanced Deinoc $ $ luumy-suDjec- m Stock Largest Prlcesthe Lowest m The worst remedy for an evil is to complain about it. For every foolish thing in law there is a wise reason. Maku useful sacrifices enough to dis pensu with useless ones. Put your strength in your fight in stead of in your challenge. Some mon are eer ready to do an injury and apolgizo for it. When one builds castles in the air, he leaves out the troubles. Take care of your health while you have it, not after it is gone. A delicate man at work accomplishes more than a giant in idleness. It is much harder to get a dollar into one's pocket than to take it out. Tho next be&t thing after not being pretty is not to know that your aro ugly. Most men give up what they like to do in order to get wliat tliey liko to have. One who spends money imprudently is not apt to have money to spend pru dently. Politicians are given appointments, not for favors received .but for favors expected. Many waste their powers in getting wealth and then waste their wealth in getting power. The politicians havo a greater desire to rule badly than the people have to bo ruled well. It is strange how often some, people provo themselves tools, and yet havo no knowledge of it. Those who feel better ou drinking, first disqualify themselves by drink for feeling good. FURNITURE. 111 and Peaceful I M ill! Si 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. m fenMiV-ifcatfe- m - Up-to-da- TAKE H. A PEEP into my store and view the handsome line of desks a regular avalanche of beauty Avhich are beingoffered at prices out of joint. lie-Witt- d Dr. Goldstein Window to-da- v. hade s. Among my har- reg-nlar- ly vest of furniture fancies, there is no 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. loose-fittin- le in S, 220-22- 2 LE MOBERLEY RICHMOND, KY. W. Main Street, All-blac- all-blac- DA Y PHONE 23. NIGHT PHONE 23. hk n welf-know- a. groi-ery- Ths V. !klh Mutual mimi Co., o, to-d- -- 83 fell i OF LEXirNQTOlN, KY. $186,000 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS $ 72,7o4.GO RESERVE AND SURPLUS. The bine-bloode- d T. C. Lowry, o, lm oi Lite Insurance, well-know- n 2 S3 Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insurnnco Companies pay to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and couservatisin. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to bar-roo- m 7Z. S7VHTH SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. KY. absent-mindedne- ss MBS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. d. O. tpigtu nr NM VM VM ine figure 7I VIIin iiMiBHi mm preference K i Ni' NJ Sr. & $ W W $ . Is what you want in to (t " others. Reasons all .... s. to-g- el why you should get it and no other: It gives more heat and uses less fuel. It is' ... more substantially hrrilf, nnrl lik'A n. g friend Vint-- . - WECURE SLEET d air furnace. It has a large radiating sur- - Vf?K face, .3. yer-fect- ly pall-bearo- rs lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms which circu- evenly. Itisadouble g, -- 12-- ui B from ashes, as it is carried away by the patent ash flue. It has perfect regula- tion and easy to operate. The design ' of the stove is perfect. The blackinir of the outside facing never burns off and is bright all the year round. For'sale by heater. No dirt Louis Landman 1 ft Main Kennedys Kergan f Street, Richmond, Ky. fl - co-U- vi1 Ms Mi viz iy i M Mty y, i , Hie Richmond Climax. OFFICIAL VOTE, NOVEMBER, 1899Vote ot J. C. CHKNAULT... A. D. MILLER C. E. WOODS. Proprietor. ...JJusineas Manager. Editor. -- 1895. For For For Governor. Senate. Rtpre'ttre. . For Co. Judge. - H H O. ts H a 2 n S S - 2 3 K WEDNESDAY, NOV. S, 1899. PKEciNcrs. - g$S ?r-,-- s E 2 a ? 119 220 100 111 i : ? i : - S PDItLISIIKUEVEKY WKDNICSDAY BY The Climax Printing I'lUCK PHIt YEAR. Co. Court Hoaae City Hall University Chenaolt White HalL I : 211 74 107 3 : 3 : 5 1 " . V . and Iowa, fnr which this year's cam? paigns have resumed a genuine import ance, both because of tho political prizes as stake .in each aud because; of success or failure will tho effect-whicexerciseTnTshaplng tho course of the nest Presidential canvass. To this last , i group, eurnsKa, . too, may uu uuucu,i on account of the vital bearing of the election on Col. Bryan's prospective strength and eliclbility as a President!- " al candidate. HonestJLabSr Bears is 'I a Lovely Face. r There ts nothing more pleasing to look upon than a g U nearly ,jcuuuy acc, ' J flOtiest toil. They are the savng of the nation, these f l i 1111 ' rn aa iiuiiiiirir'U'i :ii.,i r-- i 1 v 1 mt , . Tmm n iTniriTn nnii i i n ni umih iiiuuiuuu- -' iX' i -- - 1 1 4 " a- la... .- .jj.. jj SALE! -- WANTED! I -- a-- j.;f IJ3 "l75 "l90 89 12) 203 172 97 110 $1.50. .4 13 SI 103 113 1S 1S9 151 IM 119 178 111 120 172 111 Suiiator We already liavo a J) and if tlie Iislalure U Hcpublican tliis timo wis vi!l have another llboe Ami ihu fault will lie with the purifycrs The only incident of the election to ..u.u... tho kuroi.itv of an oiherwse peaceful dnv was when the llonorah'o Aiulorson Tltmny Chcnault spiled his lmllot and was not allowed to vote!! firnnt John, onhat ! Spiked his own K 1 Tinlon. Wac3. McCrearv Klnntn. Kavanaugh Duncannon Hlue Licit- Berea Burnara Tevia Crutcher Poosey Newby. BlgKCrstatl . .... . 3 IS 171 190 ... 9 103 228 2 4 63 89 95 147 156 17 1 78 131 156 186 147 151 i2 181 110 16 125 75 SO .. . 181 76 6- 3 230 68 96 125 1H 176 99 71 99 191 266 V3 If 77 183 2 121 . 126 68 152 1S1 110 111 131 141 162 05 97 41 71 115 145 121 176 230 261 118 1 129 53 1 .... 146 139 .... 3 133 .... 250 153 155 113 84 66 93 137 119 91 69 143 167 221 102 110 155 98 69 168 83 178 183 118 150 2 93 111 161 OS 1'6 MS 05 Y.& 71 171 219 Ml 112 12(1 153 161 1J1 15 06 97 113 158 80 175 181 118 220 250 112 52 146 137 83 69 115 107 lit 60 128 . 129 2S02 60 146 158 130 2811 78 'Pure blood makes them able to Keep up the diHy roond of doty at home, shop or Mrs. Ed Baxter, of Lexington, is in store. ' If the blood has a taint or im tlie city. purity, or a run down feeling comes on, Mr! Chas. Hunley returned from Ok the one remedy is Hood" s SirsaparSla, America's Greatest Medicine for the blood. lahoma on Mouuuy. cmy blood ivas so Poor Blood for Mr. T. M. Wells leaves poor that in hottest lueaiher felt. cold. a business visit to Louisville. Hood's SarsapariSa made me 'warm. It is Misa Katie Blanton has resumed liattte the right thing m the right place. teaching in Jackson Institute. J. Taylor, Woodstovm. N. J. . PBRSOINl glingfor daily Bread, t.f. c The residence1 cdntams L in. "Madison county , i rooms, spienma large mj Ood stable andoutbuildirngs, I will jay in cask, 50c for every text kc. errape arbor and fruit tn.es. conveniences'. For 'ale "Will pay S1.50 per carcass for All at a bargains. deaa cattle, 1 -- will move, free of charge, 8 car hisses of horses anywhere I . .- - oiisro .. i i ;r , - FILL -- 1 N ..e a a a o 09 ao ae ae as e a 50 ao 9 aa ar ao -- 9 : J G-.W. Evan s. and I will move them at my own expense. The Biggest, Brightest and Best Display!! at) 3 a as as e a a a novS-Ji- r Total Majority l 2715j21ll 2802 ..... 2893 2711 91 .. 2712 2733 Mr. Harris: Yon made a clean, pen tlenianly race for tho Legislature, never nientionod your opponent's name in any of vour speeches, l your triumph U not cloudod by a single aet that cm detract Jfroni the enjoyment of your victory. Slay jour career in tho be a fit crown for your long, useful, and honorable life Leg-iMlali- Note Ballots ran out in Bigserstaff and Democrats lost about 19 rotes thereby. Noth In 1E93 McKlnley received in Madison 3,100, Bryan 2,756, Palraer71. In 1897, Sh'ackel ford (D) 2,859, Bailey (R) 2,732, Hindman 123. Dr. Landman, the Cincinnati op tician, is at ttie Zinuucr Hotel. Mr. Bert Powell, of Irvino, wa3 in tins city Monday and Mr. Thos. B. Crutcher, Jr., of Cluett, Pea hotly & Co., Ctiicauo, nas iu town buiiUay. rill Hood - 11I1 Ii llig-,--- ,f m mm Orange St., Richmond, Ky. 6 nov8-l- il enre IlTfrllH; 'only cathartic to Uk with llood'l 9..... . ... . Don't fail to stop in and see what we have. Wash Fabrics, Quting Flannels, light and dark ground, solid colors, stripes and checks, extra heavy line quality, at 10c per yd. Good values also at 5 and Sic. ''! a -- a$ ao as as as as s care Hurst & Fowler. A Diu llKitNAiti). of Contreville, Iowa, of declares Vis belief that insanity cases could bo cured ,by the the resetting of dislocated bones. The patient whosccuro has brought Dr. Bernard into prominence is a wealthy farmer named Hart Neal, of Piano, Iowa who suddenly became maniacal and was lontnrml to ho incurable. Dr. Ber nard had him restored to reason twen hours afier resetting the dis located bono iu his neck. Several other physicians wore present. two-thir- KENTUCKY'S RE SULT HANGS IN have been achieved largely through tho aid of men who have themselves indulged in all kinds of trickery while denouucinir luni ns a trickster: men conventions who hwyo nmnipul.ito and secured hv doubtful means their own or their friends nomination; men whose hands are stained with theblood of fellowmen, and whoowo thoir own freedom from th penalties for crime to the mercy of a court or jury of their Mon like unto these countrymen? lmvo denounced IMr. Uocuel, and have led the hosts in favor of honest elec Where in the consistency tions (') where the justice, where the fairness for which they contended so earnestly? 1 If Mr. GoebeJ is beaten will it not The gold Democrats lost this State to Democracy iu ISitG, sincerely believing Unit the ii tcgrity of tho nation would be best conserved by the defeat of Mr. Urvan. Hence, thev voted for McKin ley and what? Instead of. carrying out his plat form promises which the gold Democrats implicitly believed he would promptly do, the monoy question was ignored, and a high protective tar ilf was foisted on the people. Then came the trusts, militarism, and other Those results forms of opnres-io- u of the Uepubli prove the tho cold Demo can prouiigts inn! crats, aluiust to a man, dem mice and will not tupport him fur re election. Tliiiv have liird him and found him winning. Our dibgruntle.1 Democratic brethren who voted for Mr. Taylor, had, per Imps, a kiudted notion, of muinuining the integrity of the Male, and commit the same misUkc, of confiding to their worst political enemies the duty of reforming tin evils in our own party and what thoi.? If Taylor is elected it may be depended upon that iusatintc greed of power which characterized the national administration, will be the controlling spirit in the new State of lluers, and they will give our deluded iHiltin friends the told stare and the marble heait. Things will movo on though, and nnaheady overburdened people will lmvo no hope of relief from the oppression for which .Republican Um is only another name. And these silver Democrats, having foolishly imitated the action ot tho gold Democrats iu 'S)0, and reaped the same reward (?) for their services, will doubtless con clude thut it were fur better to trust to their mvn party for the correction of evils within it than to confl Ie that im ti irtaut duty to a p.uty whoso name is a synonym for roiruption. C.FiBfower&Coii Lexington, Ky. Brewer s 72 by actual count, just received and will be readv for sellinjr at 10 o'clock Monday. ful new ideas. Beauti is ...tire... Tisjsst UQastruetion. Th;ti:t S2.50. in Dcccratic'H, Bed Room Hall laups, 7oc to $1.25 to $5.00. Hanring: Lamps, to $3.00. Library Lamps all prices Parlor Metal Lamps, $2.50 krgesl i'Mmi la The Ciij. CiF.Browef&Co MAIN ANDjBROADWAY, fUly Lexington, Ky. gree, and wo predict for her the tou- Miss Maude Bailey, of Harrodsburg, most pinacle to be achieved in theatical -was me guest last weeK oi xurs. iave profession Thursday, NovQmber 16, 1899, A LIFE PRESERVER luggers lau. Indestructible Dolls. Between the hours of II o'clock, a. m., and 12 Miss Bessie McGinn, oi Versailles, is on a sudden invitation to dinner or re- - o'clock, m , on the premises In Richmond, Madvisiting her sister, Mrs. John R. Pates, Christmas is approaching and the lit ison county, Kentucky, proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidder, the following on uroauway. tle ones will want now dolls. At Mr. cepuon, is BALaescnoea properly , vjx: B. W Turner's are exhibited three Mrs. H. G. McElwaino left WednesA WELWAUDE1ED A LOT OF LAND day for a short stay with her husband Rizes of an indestructible doll that ought to be in every home where With good dwelling. &c., thereon in Richin new iorK Uity. COUAR OR SHIRT; there s a baby, iiioy are niaue oi siroug mond. Ky., on the south side of the Richmond Mrs. W. T. Tovis is ill of pneumonia material, well dressed, and can . be and Big 11 ill turnpike, known as tbe 3. B. Crandall residence and bounded and described near Xirksville. Mrs. Bettie Little is cleaned with benzine or water, when for who can expect to make a favora- as Big follows: ' Beginning at a point on with her at present. dirtv. Thev never break, and are ble impression on such occasions wlth- - Hill pike corner to lot No. 3 (shown the plot on Latest filed herewith made by S. Parrish) : thence wit h Inhvars a source of pleasure. Mrs. is, ,out.a display of the Rev. yes G. said pike 68!f feetto line of lot No. 1 on said Louisville, KY.,Nov.83p.m. (Special Elections were held yesterday in 1. terday and a Mrs. H.the Turner left lias nau one oi uiese for visit to former's'pareuts A. Deattierase for plot; thence at right angle and with southeast Courier-Journro- - States. six vears. and it Is as dolls nt home latest extras says line of lot No. 1 1W feet; thence at right at Ambrose, Jessamine county; Finest Laundry "Work? pood as new now. Mrs. HeathcniM angle Wi feet to line of lot No. 3; thence at OHIO. right anglo JS7 feet to the pike and point of turns from 1004 precincts out of a total Mrs. Geo. Prewitt, of Richmond, is makes these dolls, dresses tuem, painis Although we are now addressing the Beginning. tho cuest of Miss Margaret Golf, near the face and hair, and they are sure to of 1893 give Ooebel 8G82 plurality. Un IOWA. TERMS: Sale will be made on a credit of gentlemen, wenre equally interested and 13 months equally. The purchaser will be .Indian Winchester bun. be in demand. reported districts mostly in the mounVIRGINIA. working for the ladles, and do every- required to give bowl, with approved security, in Mr. Theodore Wilson and daughter payment of money, to Al the Opera House MibS Bertha, of Station' Camp, wore thing in Jhe Laundry line to please tor the force and the purchasea Judgment, tains and Kepublfcau. effect of NEBRASKA. , have the bearing legal Interest from day of sale, with a guests oi Mrs. it. 1. uentry Monday, B. Haldeman. In their first performance at th everybody. lien reserved upon said property until all the NEW YORK. purchase money Is paid. Cant. Adams had for his truests until onera house Monday night, the Willi Lexington, Ky., Nov. 8, 3:30 p. m . RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. nov8-2S. E. SCOTT, M. C M. C. C KENTUCKY. Wednesday last. Ills daughters, Mrs. ams Comedv Comnanv presented (Special) Taylor carries Kentucky six Penick and Mrs. Cowgill, of Louisville. beatititnl Jnc lsn melodrama eniuteu MARYLAND. a big fusion to eight thousand. Nebrasb 'l he per Brother Mrs. Susie Arnold Elkin returned to formance against Urother." majority. Ohio sixty thousand for was equal to any that lias MISSISSIPPI. Louisville after a visit to her mother ever visited this city. 11ns Company OFFICE OF Nash. Maryland ten thousand Demo and brothers, Messis. W. L. and T. E. which was in Richmond about one year NEW JERSEY. cratic. Kentucky Legislature close on Arnold, this city. aco and nlaved to a packed house each NORTH DAKOTA. joint ballot but claimed to be antt- Mr. and Mrs. W. Vv". Piggareat night, has lost none ot tis cnarms, unt Black Blatkburn and . Jo homo from Kansas City and other has added many new features, and is PENNSYLVANIA. A, M., M. D., D. 3). S. places in Missouri. They had a very supported, as Mr. Williams miorms us; burn does not ponccdo Taylors election MASSACHUSETTS. enjoyanie yisu to oiu menus auu rela by stronger characters, and promises and claims Legislature. Leader. that the performance each night win tives. At 10:30, this morning, 8th, Gov. excell that of their former visit- - OJoin A number of Madison Institute pu FULL STATE TICKETS. to see them evory night this week, SicCreary baa this from Louisville: pils went to Mammoth Cave last week. fail . Ohio OHIO, KENTUCKY, MARYLAND, Among the number were Misses Gene "Both sides claim Kentucky, The Closing Speeches ol the Campaign IOWA, MISSISSIPPI, va Moberley. Rosa Mao Moberley, 50,000 Republican. MASSACHUSKITS. Minnie Dykes, Edith Searcy and Katie Tho three last Democratic speeches Maryland (Bryan) carry Nebraska. Douglas, ol this city and county. of tlie campaign in Madison were de Democratic 10,000. Mrs. Wm. Arnold writes from Sault livered by Hon. Walter S. Brouston. of . LEGISLATUIira. Frankfort, 8 a.m., Wednesday. Re Mo Marie, Mich., that she will return Lexington, and Hon. Porter Jolmson publican State Chairman Long claims VIRGINIA, NEW YORK, NEW home as soon as her young grandson. of Chicago, on Friday nicht. ami Hon Psiul Baylor Hanger, recovers from a James D. Black, of Uarbourvnio, on JERSF.Y. ' State by safe majority. soyere attack of whooninc cough. Mr. Monday. Of each speech it will bo lm Mr, Louisville, 7:30 a. m., Fifth District and Mrs. Hanger expect to bring their possible to sneak at lentrtb. (Louisville and Jeirerson county) go MINOR STATE OFFICERS. children home on or before the middle Johnson faroxceeded tothe hopesof thos come hero, al who induced him Republican by 2737, with mountain NEBRASKA. SOUTH DAKOTA, though nothing but praise had followed alcounties and some Democratic counties -- ue PENNSYLVANIA. jiiid met wku xur. nils every address in KentucKy. lie u. Ej. woods last weunesuay evening, a masterful sneaker. not reported, result in doubt and may The following new members were elect-- Our friend. Walter Bronston cralified require oflicial count. LouisSeklbacii. COUNTY OFFICEHS ed: Rev. Mr. i.arpenter, Professor his friends and tho friends of his family va. Foster, Jr., and Mr. R. E. Roberts, by making a true bluo, ringing appeal State Senator. KANSAS, COLORADO. in. a. wiiKes orauu enienams me for the straight ticket, and entrenched Burnain, R., no opposition.' Club next, on Friday 17th. Subject, himself in the' esteem and admiration LEGISLATURE. of thn Democracv of his native countv, "The iransvaat." MUNICIPAL elections. honored by Harris, R., GO majority. SAN FRANCISCO. NEW ORLEANS, Miss Mary Little, of Richmond, was lie has been repeatedly county, of Ins I'av the charming guests of Miss Jennie tlie neonlewe willadopted to watch his COUNTY JUDGE. SALT LAKE CITY, DETROIT. ' continue Parks.last week. .....Miss Mary Ballard, ettc. and eyes Million, R., 78. was tho uutst of Mis' upward march with interested of White fetation, Just at the right time, Hon. James D ses Hattie and Nannie Campbell, last OHIO'S IJirOKTAXT ELECTION. The above is the result with every Black, of Barbourville. came to speak week Miss Jennie Wallace is visit though reports are precinct heard from, In Ohio, McKlnley's State, a Cover ing friends iu Richmond. Paint and a fine nmlicuco of Democrats aud Republicans heard him. lie is ns not complete iu the Burnain and Broru nor and other State officers are to be Lick Enterprise. captivating a speaker as he is chnrinin; columns. The table above will difler elected, though tho election of a United Thompson M. Morion. C. U. '94, who ot personality, and that a man very slightly from official count next Slates Senator is not involved, as in has been at work in Ecuador, South among men. is attested bv he. is his high po - sition in tho affection and respect of Friday, unless somo precincts are Kentucky. While the campaign is be- America, since early in July as assistthrown out for irregularities alleged to ing conducted on national ibsues the ad ant engineer on tho Hue of tue Uuaca- - the whole mountain region of Kentucky guil and Quito railroad, reached Win- - His speech was just what we wanted have existed. ministration's imperalistlc Philippine Chester last 'luesday morning. He him to make, nndwli le.he trreatlv policy is no duifbt playing the most im- could not stand tho climate, having widened his influence and circle of mm the school board. suffered much fiom fever here, he did In the warm race for school trustees, portant part, because it 'is the home and rheumatism. Hetho tropicalpounds friendshipgood. He spoke Democracy lost forty for two hours world of in which there was no Republican op- State of McKinley, who has through in weight dnring his brief stay, and and preserved the attention of his list- his power as President practically would have died, hud he' remained, position, Messrs. Taylor Rice, T. T. encrs throughout. We aro not author ized to sneak for Madison county as Covington and Harvey Douglas were committed his party to such a policy, Winchester Sun. and it cannot get away from it. Polit Mr. Samuel I). Hislo and Miss Nora whole, but we do believe Mr. Black elected. can have our support in 1903 for the ex Tho upper court room was three ically it is understood as admitted by B. Lanteratwill be married on Novem alted oflice for which lie is making such ber 10, the Christian church, at a gallant struggle on behalf of Win party Managers,' that m fourths filled last night to hear reports all Union City.Rev. T Q. Martin, of Win furnished by Messrs. Woods and Fer- - if McLean should win by a majority cheater, to otllciato at the ceremony Goebel in this year of 1S99. rell. Several ladies were present vole it wouiu eliminate Mcivinley ns The attendants will be Dr. Bclej, of Good older and good humor were man the Republican candidate next year union (Jitv.and AUss JJoraiNetl.tniscity Mr. Hislo is the youngest son of Mr. ifested.- The first" returns from the and make impernlisin an important is and Mrs. Willis Hislo, of this county, sue of tho battle, and would be consid and is an exemplary young man. His county were encouraging to the Demis tTTe only daughter of the ocrats, but the later news put the Re ered n repudiation of Republican bride-to-b- e late James Lanter, and is a very lova publicans in a jolly humor, and they policy. ble, attractive young lauy. ihe young proved that "he who laughs last NEBRASKA NEXT IN IMPORTANCE, couple will zpend their honeymoon In laughs best." The next important point of present the west, 'i lie early reports for Kentucky were political interest is Nebraska, the home likewise encouraging to Democrats, State of the great Democratic leader, particularly the glorious news from but there are no special complications Louisville, Kenton, Frankfort, Harri- there. The Cght is a straight one, be --3i?yj services-a- t the Christian church son, etc. These foreshadowed Goebel's tween the fusion forces that followed onNo -vS3 mm Sunday, Rev. Llovd having gone to mi election by a safe majority and the Bryan in 1S9Q and the Republicans. If Louisville to hold a meeting. . M-J our- fit--, n --rt . mm Republicans were correspondingly de tho fusion ticket is elected it will be a Rev. H. N. Faulconor, the eloquent 111 rtJtsi pressed. victory for Mr. Bryan and tho Chicago young pastor of the Second Presbyter 11:30 p. m. nearly complete re platform. the Republican ticket ian ciiurcn.is holding a series ot nigiit If At this turn from 3G counties and 63 of the 173 should win it will have a serious effect servicesinvited.week, to which, every body is THOMAS noon UTILE. upon Mr. Bryan as a leader and will precincts in Louisville give Goebel 31,' 671, Taylor 37,672, Taylor's majority cloud the prospective success of the par ty next year If Nebraska, Iowa and 6,001. . His Maiden Ellort. Ohio should go Republican, strengthen Cincinnati, O , Nov. 7. Goebel It waB an attentive audience that as White-Brow- n. Miss Annie White carries Kenton, his home county, by ed by tho victory of the Gorman gold and Mr. Wm.(Pat) Brown were quietly sembled at Kingston, Saturday nigh ticket in Marylandj.lt would certainly married at the bride's home last Wed to hear the speech .of Mr. T. Hood Lit 2,500, only expecting 1,500. Ohio is in tie, of this city. Mr. Little is not yet mm doubt. Hamilton county conceded to be considered as wakening the position nesday afternoon by Rev. A. W Craw- of age and tins was Ins maiden potiti oi Mr. Bryan aud the Democratic party ford. After the ceremony the happy cal speech, although nt Central Univorbe Democratic Ciias. E. Kincaid. couple drove to Richmond, where they ho was graduated last carry and endorsing McKinley and his par were entertained by the bride's brother sitv where honor, he was practiced r rankport. Democrats a with ty's poicy. These are facts which no (J. W. Wbitr. We congratulate them June and a skilled debater. Of course Frankfort 100, and the county by 1,035 politician will dispute. and wish them a happy and prosperous orator Breckinridge county, Taylor about If, on the oilier hand.McKinley should journey through life. Paint Lick En he is a Democrat, aud'quite warm was the reception extended him by the mm 225 majority. lose Ohio and Bryan should carry Ne terprise. friends of Ins father, the late Hon Sweet Owen, tho homo of Hon. braska, it is a fact equally as well ad Robert E. Little, one ot the stnunchest mm of Democrats in bis day. The son pos Evan Settle, 10 precinta. out of 19 give mitted that Bryan's position would be sesses many oi the splendid trails of Goebel 904 majority. unshaken and the success of the party l!a A ai i.,f.titilirl fflHin- - nnrl lnliata Henderson county, 9 precincts, give next year greatly Increased. In fact it Brook. Prof.TL H. Brock and wife I the vim and vigor of his intellect and mm Goebel 1 024, Taylor 563, Brown 50, a is so well understood in all political cir- are reioiclne over the arrival of a son. tho courage for his father wis noted Unite creditable was mo youngmau cles that the most desperate and deter the second, born on Sunday night. Republican gain of 10. October 15. to the wife ? "1 ,8ana e.VlnP."u3f.",P?, i mined fight is being made that was ever riiELPs.-- On Anderson, 4 precincts give Taylor 433, P!S lot with the straight Democracy. 42o. Cox, D. for Legislature put forth in any State campaien, and ? Vr Mr' mm lMf.J.ij T ,i Mr. every trick and scheme known to polit Jones.exce.lent 442. Searcy, R 422. The mother was mm ,; it i ,i n n Garrard, 5 precincts out of 9 give ical leadership, augmrn'cd by all the jhss wiauuia u.insueiu. n.nini. ti corruption funds that can ho made tue Taylor majority 55. Crowe To tlie wife of Rev. Wm. gratefully remember the visit of the. ful will be available to save the fortunes Crowe. Jr., at Frankfort, kv on Tues - lyoung Madtsonian who js destined to Henry county, 7 precincts, Taylor of the Republh-aparty. Fbr us the day, Oetobor 31. a son, .Wm. Crowe, i win a name tor himself, wherever 070, Goebel .974, Brown 30. onergy anu con brains anu question is, what relation has Ken it? nomorl fur ifa nntiriiat ,rrvnrifn. h. II hiinii.trtiiB courage, MM . .1 .. . ... F,nnt.il n uu nn.nnni. a? Marshall county, 2 precincts Taylor tucky's fight in this great preliminary er, Kev. wm. urowe, one oi the bill- , rs MrkR of Prssbvterfanism of receive meir rcwaru 172, Goebel 218, Brown 2. political contest that is surging between i South. .Lincoln county close ami will re tlie forces of avarice and greed on the W Um. w Dudley. T. P. Dudley, Jr., of "112 1 , ToLE, '1 ES . one baud and Xredom and liberty on Woon conlc, tl,to itorr,. quire official count. UJU.M f tnfl.o I . l, J.V'I F"VU- -o ...... ;'" .1. .1 11 l Am irnn) K. IH dv nf Vow lUH Harrison county 16 of 19 precints the other. How shall we determine it? iulra UUUI Ul IJsthoJ. vueuovpartner ofUllthe firm of senior give Goebel 2,003, Taylor 1374, Brown Is it a factor oris it not and what will YorkCitv.on October 18 at Winona. I he CllESEY B VO , dOillg btlSine&i fH H . J. bo tho effect of its result? Wilt it be Mtntsatnni. n m. Unlwrt illlnn HnK. 9- -. lev. weight ten Bounds." In nendine- tue Cttyoi loiedo, county and btate irSJ Virginia, lightest vote for years. Re viewed by tho Democracy outside the oiir congratulations we havo but one! aforesaid, and that said firm, will pay of one iiuxohed dollars for turns so far indicate that the legisla State as by those in the State who seek regret, that the youngsler'B- initials the sum everv case of c itarrh that can each and the defeat of the Democratic tickpt? don't spell uemocrat K, A 1J. ttiro will be CO per cent. Democratic. not be cured by tile use of Hall's REPDBLIOANS ON TRIAL IN MARY Cataubii Cuhe. Ohio, 20 precincts give Nnsh; Rep., LAND. Frank J. Ciieney. 2072; McLean, Dem., 1807, Jones, Ind. Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed In Maryland, the first Republican 229. Same precincts in '97 gave Bush SMI Gth day of Decemin nip presence, n Wauceb. B. Walker, at ber, A. 1). 188C this ncll Rep.. 2072, Chapman D., 1771: administration the State has had in a StSMAIK. TS BKfiEKSTAFF SUCCESS Kingston, Rep., concedes generation is on trial before the voters. corpse was died in Colorado and his A. W. Gi.EAKtwf; Cincinnati Times-Sta- r. m broUnlit lionio nud buried .Notary Public ;Hamilton county to Jones, Judepeti Factional quarrels mid entanglements lost wrcek. " seal mm in Baltimore city obscure the prospects dent. Baxter. H. Tyler Baxter died on mm Scattering returns from Ohio show of Republican success. The Demo Friday last and was buried in tho llallf3 Catarrh Cure is tiifeei interlr. Gorman's KieliiKond Cemetery on Saturday De nally and acts directly on tho bloodand Jones, independent, getting nbeut ball cratic party, under mucous suracea of tho system.'' Send of ; the vote, which is coming largely from leadership, is seeking to regain power ceased whs the father anaMiss Mary and. for testimonials, free. : i was a iiiftMy by ayoiding the issues which control in iur. wiiKes ii.iiior, Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. F. Republicans, thought-o- f citizen. national politics, und appealing exclu Phone-.75- . WalKeb. Kiclimond friends of Ed. Sold by droirsist, 75c. the best, Boston. Mass., show Democratic sively to race an (fiscal prejudices. Hall's Family Pills aro lm H. Walker. Jr.. learned with roeret of gains of 5246 In 170 JowajB reported. his death at Point Leave), last SimdjTHE PIVaWAI. SJATE3. Mt. Sterling, GrebejSlt Taylor C93, In Massachusetts and Mississippi n.Klit. Ueceioa liad neen in Colorado Drown 4. iu hone of reeaiaincr his heltii. but the result k Already discounted, ami dread conmimptkib had bowii its seed Mason will go for Gomby 300. JiiU. Walker Republican sweeess in the former and oo deep to je nprooted. AH prtle Indebted to Tho. Ti. Oibmrn, at daii'd. are rquc-Henderson county, emJthird re Democratic jwocoac ia tha tetter can in MHsonof Ed. H. Walker, deceased. mm u, Mni.il d to call and Kttlemaonce, ae- sad KMittiHltt at CcHtrltrniveri-t- y eom will ilia bitics claims anisK 401 BcejcfHy. ported, give wim to the aae no wfc? InAaaaM Um larger currents atwttt .192. list, 1 isember of yrayarly'varifiad, ouor iwtore Jaaaary 1, . ,1 t T' l.t! 'id Fotiw SUtes osly um. Presinrteriivn cliareh and was WMHUlliMIHl. of MtioKl . liJj'-il'uJS51 majority. art Wft, Ohio,' rHaiylaad, Keutackr tou'mi, la um Tmt Lkk MM4rr. WmOM, 'SSii THE ANCE- Bradley carried Madison by 74. McKinley carried it by 314, this year Taylor wins by only 91. Brown received 66 votes with 9 p"re cincts not reported. He received about 95 voles in all. Combs carried Richmond by 4 votes Coy by 28, but Taylor beat Goebel in the city 3 votes. The election passed off in Madison county without a jar, though it is re ported that trouble was narrowly avert ed in Benrwallow. Mr. Henry Hargis, a prominent Republican, and an officer at the Coutt House precinct, publicly declare that there was never a fairer or more peaceable election ever held in the county. 1895 In Miss Pearl Gentry has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington and Win chester. Mr. S. Neville Moberley was in Louis ville recently studying tlie art 01 em balming. Mrs. Bettie McDowell was the guest U& raf8tweekUSUter Will Make a Hit. - ae 8 aa The Williams Comedy Co presented last niirht their beautiful Western Rnntnr Drainn. entitled -- Redllv. Itie Mail Girl" in which Mr. Williams' hpiintifnl dnnchterand clever soubrette Miss Ona Williams, taking the part ol 'Re'ddy." Master Gommissioner's Sals Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels, good quality, solid white, pink and olive, at 35 and 49c. as as as as a Miss Williams being only 10 Jnli&A CradaU's Executors, riff, Notice of Hale la against Clark Craiidall, &c., Defendants. ) Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and order ot sale of the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the September term, thereof, in the above style cause, me onaersignea win, on 9as. aa... . Oa SKIRTS Ladies' Outing Undorskirts, 39 inches long, 2 yds wide, 25c. Net Fleeced Lined Skirts at same price. Black Net Skirts 50c. KNIT UNDERWEAR. Good warm garments, vests 19, 25 and 50c. Union Suits 25, 50 and 99c. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. as as 9 a, as ..OS as ae as as as a ao as eS S S oa... a... 93.... 99. . Baa... as as as as aa. a.. lti j)a.-Sa- Just al (. a-- .. come and inspect them. See the ' bargains in these winter coverings. Prices extremely moderate. A nice good size blanket, 49c and up. SILK WAIST PATTERNS. as a as as 0 .irt as as a a aa S Sa.. 8a. a... ( a... e... .. Plain and fancy, a variety of color and styles, every piece new, the very best at the price. Splendid values. RIBBONS. as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as as a as ...cs as - S ctS as o..- ... YALETINE H. HOBSON, Fine all silk ribbons, in the new color effects, for neck and belt, 25C per yd. anti-Goebe- l. 9... oa... Sa Richmond,. Ky., Not. 8, '99. Fusion-Democra- ts To My Friends and Patiions:. I iim trying to reduce my business to a cash basis and in order to do so, I have decided to allow 25 per cent, discount on all work for cash when work is done. If cash is not paid no discount will be lowed. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuance of the same, I am your obodicnt servant, V. H. HOBSON, Dentist, co... $. a. aa... e Ott... Fancy figured creton per yd. 8, 10 and loc Floor Oilcloth in different widths and patterns. Clark's Thread, 3 spools for lOcts. ' as .... as ,rj i3 aj Sa... 9a... .A 1S -- a... 0Oa. EDon't fail to call. Yours Respectfully, ...cs a as as s as . a. Sa. 90 ...S aS ..iO ..r.s o 9a. 9a... ...'., 9e.. 9e. a . 1 8aa9see99980oe as as ...t s j ) .. ii. a as Richmond, Kentucky. THERE'S NOTHING No, nothing to equal our "UI.TKA" Shoes for Ladies. You get everlasting comfort, when you pet our Ultra. A perfect fit for the foot, no pinching or cramping. No 111 T. lis mm mm " - Bp Our Prices si d Help You RELIGIOUS. H& Ml matter how wide or narrow your foot may be. wo can fit you. perfectly. They are put up for wear, nud will out wear any common lrake. They are a beautiful fchnc. They not only- please the foot, but also please the eye. Heyoml a doubt they are the grandest Shoes on earth. They are made in many 6tyle.. and shape. Come iu and let us show vou. dif-'ere- nt For -!- p) Make values your standard, you will find every day needs jpi. at every day lata We mnst have good SHOES and BOOTS, 1VIARRIEO. if we expect i battle successfully with winter weather. "We haw far, the best line of SHOES and BOOTS to be four.! n this section. Thej' wear better, last longer, audio"!' better than others. Our prices are always low. tt" 'never have dissatisfied customers. OUR VALT"! i - CONVINCE. d FREEMAN BROS. FIRST STREET, RICHMOND, KY. ITHJai7HE3.rEarfHJESrHJBlrHJa BIRTHS. SATISFACTION witness. Is our aim, the goods behind G-e- bel Ifn .i,t t?i?J .,, our promise is our living n& n "... "ni"u guumiis SwEOr& '"" mm i For anythingnrsi in a epn everything ciass nrni- - i Store, you It-.- .(. will find it. at - mm DEATHS W. Si OLDHAM'S, I m mm m condition, you may find that a n, l.. ..,," i i happiness by getting one of our -- Em to ascertain its . i til well-know- UNDERTAKING LINE COMPLETE. can please you. lm Hi For For he;iting or cooking,6rw$kitchen we have parlor, dining, room, STOVES OR RANGES. APPARATUS. Day J!! Bil mm the latest. HEAT-MAKIN- "One 'BP' Notice to Creditors. of the Acorn1 Radiator at our price is certainly bargain bilk that will make you 'walk toward our store. Gb" : . aei TAYLOR BROS. SI jai-itl- L n RICE & ARNOLD SELL STACY, ADAMS & CO.'S 91 MB a 5 Eimhiel, Patent Leather, Yici Kid, Box Calf, Kussia and Willow Calf in black and all the ncw'coiois. lne newest shapes. The Queen Quality $3.00. Shoes for women are the latest. iru ii.i tiium in an tnc latest styles. Don't fin to rpo our inn nf S9. on SO sn 'lineol shoes lor men and women. We havo. th'nm in Pntont Lodimr iimcc Tnnh v,.; Tr;i Russia and Black Box Calf, Enamel and Willow Calf. We have a complete line of Bnell's & lioc'kor s Bootees for men. Our stock of Shoes for men, women and children is complete in all wm q "v,u"iuwi o uttMj u mil iiuu 01 .nais ana ucnra JMirnisniiig- uoocis ana can always iww iinv jaicoi otjiua. vjfive us a can. Men's Pine Shoes. t INDUCEMENTS E XTRADRDINARY Busy !4 - Bee THE. Cash Store . M ICE & ARNOLD. &&&&&&&&& (SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) X The appended items are ifltepded only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers; also as a drawing card for the purpose of giving you some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock. The beauty of our Dress Fabrics, which sliow the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France, England, Germany, Switzerland and America. ww w LYING IS NOT ESSENTIAL TO o S PP17CC TT tj 9 Lyin may bring temporary prosperity but eaunot 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 L CJ. Arc absolutely all-woo- i Overcook l, mEMl Next week we will give a detailed account of the discovery of the famous from which Mr. Harry Morgan has WEDNESDAY, NOV.fe, 1809. coin secured a stock and is selling it for seed. It produces from 2 to 11 ears to Dr. Hobson, Dentist. the stalk, and is capable of yielding Williams' Comedy Company at the 250 bushels to the acre! For nroduc- optira house this week. tiveness of grain and fodder it is tinap -- 'The Williams Comedy Company . at p roach ed. the opera, house every night this week, Swallowed a Cuckleburr. Bunch of keys on brass chain left George Phelps, the son at this oilice. Pay 25 cents and secure of Mr. Sam Phelps swallowed a cucklekeys. burr and physicians had tojnake an in cision in his neck, and them pushed the If you want to enjoy your evenings go to the opera house every night this burr upward into the mouth. Tlio lad suffered great agony during twenty- week. four hours, Ins throat being lacerated T. B. Hacket sold CO head of cattle by the sharp beard of the burr. He is weighing 43,110 pounds, to C. D. now 011 the road to recovery. Chenault, at 4 cents. ld The Richmond Climax. Prehistoric Corn. City Ordinance. le it Ordained bg the City Council of h rimoncl Kentucky, That it 6hall be 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 creamr?' and groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them. " Not a single item in this great store, in this enormous stock of goods, nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. DRESS GOODS. we are very fastidious about our Dress Materials; they must be of the mostexclusive kinds in the costly weaves all-Vo- because we know it is the TRUTH, having submitted the fabrics to a chemical test. AVc tell you wo are positive that our Suits and Overcoats will t:ive absolute satisfaction because they are of the "VITALS" Jilt AND Make, that means they ar Rightly Tailored and Perfect I liling thoso Important Essentials back of our offerings we have the garments Tailing to verify our Keconimcudation that tlrvrlll keep thoir shape, and givo perfect and lasting satisfaction. Those are tlio principles on which we do business. VVtlh n..f-iv- 0f Plymouth Rock cockerels and ntillntn 547 483 04 for safe at 00 cents each or?3 per dozen. - Democrats over Republicans 64 They will cost you $1 . each after Dec. ' 1." Democrats over all I 18 ri tiKooj 1; lor 00 cents. iu Mra. H. II. CotYfen. TheWinter' Tale. 6cpt20-t- f . Richmond, Ky. The great star trintnvirate, Lewis1 Slight Fire. James, Kathryn Kidder and Charles i0 u than wish It done." The alarm of fire on Monday was Hansford, will be 6eeii at the LexingWe have some special prices on j. catarrh bv takine Hood's vehicles for the next 39 days. Also 1 caused by a slight blaze at the Female ton opera house, Wednesday, Nov. 15, . itnn complain because McSherry wheat dril at a bargain, School, isliuht damace. in a mammoth production of Shakes.' from it. tf Hiooins & Lfxos. peare's beautiful pastoral comedy. Hew Teacher Elected. Angelina Swetnam stepped on a Lexington Mexican War veterans are "The Winter's Tale." A special feature A 'teacher to succeed the late Miss will be "'The liuit.li in White Oak church. Her planning a systematic crusade to inBohemian Sheep-shearin- g Alice Arnold, in Caldwell High was burned off. drts crease their pensions. Festival" in the last act, where thei School, will be elected this week. Peasant Dance is introduced. The or-- i Lost Buggy Rug. ganlzation will numBer forty people. Mr. E. V. Elder lost a buggy rug be Seal-skiCloak Recovered. tween his store and L. & N. depot. v Mrs. C. F. Chenault recently adverFinder will return and net reward. tised for 4 seal-Skicloak Which she; 1 A Nice Home Oheap. had lost somewhere on the piko be-- ! Dr. G. W. Evans has for sale a nice tween Richmond and the water-works-.; residence with all conveniences, Yesterday thetloafe was returned, tho I2n and will show same to ally prospective advertisement having been read by a subscriber In Estill, arid as a result of purchaser. See au. the precaution taken by Mrs. Chenault Court Day. td call a'ttehtrbn to herlos.9 through S..-::::::::::::- : Monday's weather Wa pleasant and this paper, She is now In possession of the crowd was large, probably due to! the valuable garment election excitement. Great many cat MoKAiy Advertise in the Climax. tle sold at 3 to 4 J cents. vtr-jijr- Covin gton & Mitchell. . Dr. L. II. Landman, of Cincinnati, will be at the Zimmer Hotel, Rich mond, on Wednesday, November 8th. Mr. B. F. Devery, of Murray, Clark county, and Mrs. Jennie Gaines, of Madi8on, will be married nt the home of the bridcelect, next Wednesday. We have some epecial prices on vehicles for the next 30 days. Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain, U1001N8 & Luxox. tf Dr. Evans, Messrs. Walker, Sullivan and Chenault have shipped this Week a car load of coal to Major It H. Elliott, at Birmingham Alabama, for the purpose of having BomotMktU Under Mr. Elliott's supervision Four hundred choice, pure bred Administrator's Sale of Land. W. L. Crutcher, administrator of the estate of T. G. PerkinSi deceased, held sale lastTUesdav tt was well attended. Sixty-seve- n acres of land were sold to J. W. Masters at $23 per acre. He also bought one house and lot for $250. G. B. Miller bought 80 acres, paying $15.25 per acre. J. M. Jolies bought 17 acres of bottom laud at $49 per acre. Several building lots Were sold. The Registered VoU. The rfegistrated vote of Richmond for this year, encluding thesupplement-a- l registration, Was as follows: D It Ind University" Coiirt House CityHali 1192 kJ9 215 140 i51 33 17 15 14 n'jiawiui ior any person or persons to willfully and unnecessarily in terfere with, disturb, or in any way tlisquiet the pupils of any school or college for females in the city of Richmond, Ky., or the principal or teachers in cliarce of them, while on any public way, street or alley, or in any building or structure, or on the school premises; nor shall any communication be bad for such purposes with such pupils or any one of them, either orally or in writing or by signs or otherwise; and it shall also be Unlawful for any person to enter upon any such school or college premises except on business, without first having obtained permlssiou of the principal in charge of feaiile; and every person guilty of a violation of aforesaid be fined irot less than five nor more than twenty-fiv- e dollars lor each offense. lie it further atdAind, That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons to loiter-- , stand, wander or sit upon thej public ways streets, allies ot other1 places, or to frequently and Unneces-- ! sarily pass along the same in such man- -' ncr and with interest to disturb, annoy! and harass the teachers, principal or; pupils, or any of them as they pass along the public wii-ystreets or allies, of this city. Any person found guilty of violaMng this ordiance shall be fined' not less than Ave nor more than twehty-fiy- e dollars for each ofTensc. CLUDfe SMltir, Mayor, R. A. BarmAv, City Clerk. while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance, which is the harmony of good taste. We are offering a line ol beautiful mixtiires, doUblb width and pretty and Stylish for lOo per yd., worth 39. We are showing the handsomest line of Crep(n8 in, the market this season: Prices from 29c per yd. up: tho line imported weaves that go out freely at $2.48 per yd. ,. Wq are showing a complete lino of Venotiahs.Hroadcfoth's and all weaves Adapted to tail6'r-rimd- e suitings. Our tirlces MuoteU on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to be. Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get' tile latest bargains out. Western Cities have been culled by our buyers and not a stone has been left 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 aro showing anil .Our prices suit everybody. You can buy a. handsome Silk Lined Jacket or Cnpe from us at the same price a cheap one would cost you elsewhere. Don't fail to visit our Cloak Department, look through it, see many now thiugs whether you want to buy or not. Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait on you. All Domestic Goods, are being wrapped up with tho margin of profit entirely lost sight ot.: You can save money on oacli and every, item purchased in this Department. Good Calicoes that make nice comforts and dresses are only 3)Cc per yd. All best brands Indigocs and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells them. Good Canton Flannel Sc. Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c. An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home drepses 8c per yd. Good Percales 5c; better Percales Tie per yd. Red Flannel, heavy twilled, 15c per 0DR CLOTHING Department is tho talk ot the en'tiro county. We are selling good suiis for men at $2.48; Men's good heavy Cashmere Pants 7oc a pair. Our lino of Chifdron's Knee Pant Suits is very complete. We aro showing all the new things in favor thfs season Our Men's. Boy's and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high on our conn-tor- s and every garment is a bargain. You can't ask for anything in the clothing line that we don't handlo from the cheapest to the finest. Get our prices before buving elsowher'c. Wo are showing an Elegaqt Lino of Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, Rugs, &C in our Carpet Department. Those good9 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 Oilshadcs and L3te Curtains, we liavo a choice selection for this fall season. . "Gold" reported td have been discov-- j ered in Leslie cohnty p?6Ves to be sul-- i phur. : No ttve ""'iror "is Or discomfort, no. Irritation of the In- lestines but gentle, prompt, thorough healthful cleansing, when you take pip? P&Fn '& Wo have the best selected line of Ladies' Children's and Men's Underwear that will be shown you this season. Our Ladies.' Union Suits at 25c each are worth 50c. Children's Vests heavy winter weight from 10c up. We are selling splendid .Mottled Ladies' Kibbed Vesta and Pants 15u. Flannels in gray, red and blue at 8Jc Men's Extra, Heavy Ribbed Vests and per yd. Pants 25c each. Good Jeans 10c .per yd. Good Bed Ticking oc per yd; Best We are agents for The American Bed Ticking 10 and 12o per yd. Best Lancaster and Amoskeac Apron Lady Corset. The best feeling and most stylish corsot used. Eveiy CorGingham 5c per yd. JNico Dress Uingham 5c ner vd: Bet set warranted. ter grades and 8jp per yd. Uur Jsleach and Urown Cottons are Get our prices on Trunks, Vallsos, CLOAKS AND WRAPS. being wrapped up at very low prices Hats and Caps, Umbrellas, Ladies' We have one.cntir'o room in our great in, order to make room. Bring your Underskirts, Ladies' Dress Skirts, &c, 'store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap wagons and load them up. they wont be we will save you money and show you All the Eastern and as low again this season. .Department. the best line in the city. first-clas. , , BOOTS AND SHOES. The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use oUr knife in this department and wo have cut to tho heart in every line. We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes, Ladies' Fine Shoes, Ladies' Work Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, Men's And Boy's Boots ami everything to be s found in a shoe store, and prices we are namiug on them are moving them out in Bags, Carts and Wagons. Don't w.ait to get yo'ui; shoes, jcome now. Wo are agents for the "Regina" Shoe, it is mado on all the now stylo lasts and it is the best S3 00 Bh'oe tor ladies in the market. Ask to see 4pa'r of our Regina Shoes. ( Sold tV all 'druggists. Pitls , 25 cents j ; New't6n Ellfston.'CO, died in Wood-ford 'couVit'v. He was kicked by ahorse on lie 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 eVer3one. Bring your wagons as you will buy so many goods when 3'ou leave the low prices we are naming that your buggy wont hold them. n Id n sens if it it Our assortment of Ladies' Jackets, Furs, l 'apes, Children's Wraps of all descriptions. We have not the time to describe each article, but can safely say that we have a Stock of Wr apsi to suit every one and our PRICES are the LOWEST on high grade goods and no other firm in the City can compete with us. Wo are offering a select line of Jackets, at following prices: if if if a Horse. Mr. Watt Gay, of Clark county, fath er of Mrs. James R. Buruam, was bore this week in search of a mate for his handsome sorrel horse 15 hands 3 inches high, white mane and tail. Wants Magnetic rlealers in Town. Professors Wilson and Kennedy, of Kansas City, Mo., arrived In our city last Sunday. They will be located here permanently and practice the art of Magnetic Ilealiug. All cases treated by them have been successfully cured. Those who are afflicted in any wav For Sale. Eighteen and one quarter acres of will do well to call on them, and you good land, two miles east of Richmond, will bo convinced that Magnetic Healis all that is claimed for it. They an the Irvino pike. For particulars ing highly come recommended. - See their call on or address. Mrs. Katie Ransdale, a brido' of ten advertisement in another column. OfRev. A. J. TmnnLE. fice at Zimmer Hotel. Consultation days, dropped dead at Long Lick. ljanOO Richmond, Ky. free. Used by ttrithh Soldiers in Africa. nt bleed to 'death. The loss of blood weak ens the body. It must follow that gain of blood gives the body strength. The strengthening eliect of Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is in large g part due to its action on the glands and the increased supply of pure, rich blood it produces. Iti is only when the blood is impoverished and impure that diseases finds a soil in which to root. The "Discovery" pnrl-- i lies the blood and makes it antagonis tic to disease. When the body is emaciated, the lungs are weak, and there is obstinate lingeringcouch ''Golden Medical Discovery" nuta the body on a fighting footing against disease and so increases the vitality that disease is thrown off, and physical health perfectly and permanently restored. It has cured thousands who were hope less, and who had tried all other means of cure without avail. Twenty-on- e one-cestamps to cover expense of mailing only will obtain a copy of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1003 pages, In paper stamps If cover. Send thirty-on- e loth bindincr is preferred. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. blood-makin- Hnvlns bv somo suVneOn Shvlock thy charge a stoji his wounds lest ao Dieeu to death." People can D. LD COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN has installed a perfectly beautiful lino News reached here Sunday of the ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. Leeds, a skilled artist, to liana and probably fatnl wounding of decorate rooms to suit all tastes and Jack Tharp by O. K. Noland, near purses. No trouble to show" goods. Winston, Estill county, that afternoon. aug23-t- f The trouble is the result of an old ex-Jud- New Wall Poper House in Richmond. The drug firm of Perry & Thomas Judge Tharp Shot. Strayed or Stolen g$2 00 From my premises on Lancaster avenue, last county court day, a white ana lemale setter, the lemon-spotte- d I I 00 4 4q 3 property of Sam Ross. A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to lne undersigned. DAN. W. CHEXAULT. HOVHt Coal Burns Up. TI10 coal you boucht last vear Is! about gnno. Go at once and replenish. grudge of Noland's against Judge Tharp, and when the smoke of the pistols had lifted, Tharp was found shot through the neck and through the shoulders. A bystander, Wm. Rose, was shot m the bowels, it is supposed by a stray bullet from Noland's pistol, and is reported dead. Neither of Judge Tharp's shots took eflect. The affair is greatly regrettt-d- . all over Africa as commander of the forces that captured the famous rebel Galishe. Under date of November 4, ISJ7, from Vrjbure, Bechuanaland, he writes: "Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Cham-lierlnin's Capt. C. G. Dennlson is well known troubled with bowel complaint, and a. Kemedy, which 1 used mvsolf when had given to my men, and in every case It proved most beneficial." For salcl novl-lrby Perry s Thomas. C. D. Dickey, County Treasurer.died of consumption at Glasgow. J. M. Baker, telephone 6 74 the celebrated Diamond tucky. Coal cents on the yard. Now Is the time to order, while it is dry and light weight rou get no rainsoaked coal if bought now. umco nnu yard, liiantou Warehouse, at L. & N. crossing on East Main street. . at 12 cents delivered, or 137. Is selllncr Coal and Ken 11 if tf You will find in this lot a complete assortment of colors, mbdled after patterns of recent cut and made of materials that wo 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. oct2o-4t- . Wheat Sold. Sam Black & Sons sold to S. P. Kerr & Co., of Winchester, 2,000 bushels of wheat, at 65 cents. The latter firm Suits for Ladies if you See our Tailor-mad- e think of buying, as it will pay you. LADIES', GENT'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. bought wheat of various other parties at 61 to G5 cents. Ed Cosby, of Red House, who always holds Lis wheat for good figures and gets them, will not- sell his crop, believing by March 1, he will "get what bis wheat is worth. Looks Like a Bear. Mr. Will Collins donned his great bear-ski- n overcoat yesterday and came to town" where his wonderful garment was the object of no littlo curious at tention. It was made from the skin of a black bear captured in tho Rocky Mountains. Tho hair is long and silky and gives warmth to the coat which was presented to him by his Bon, I)r Phelps Collins, now a prominent physi cian in Colorado. Terrific Fall From Train. The valasa in this Department can not be rocisfoH TRY TTQ Xl tf GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND LADIES DRESS GOODS CPpffATTV 4 JFCWALl I. A of MILLINERY call and see us, we.ijan save 3tou mauey. If in want Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, E. V. ELDER. AGENT FOR McCALL PATTER.NS. Claborne Tharp.son of Judge Tharp, of Winston, fell from the train Monday at Muddy Creek, and laid 011 the ground In nn unconscious state for 2. hours, tho railroad people finding him y.eaterday at two o'clock. He had a long cut in the back of his head and was badly bruised.. He Knows noth ing of how h& waa injured. Elsewhere appears an Account of th4 wott&ding o Judge Thwrp by Nolo4 Jitot ButtUy, If you are suffering from drowsiness in the dry time, irritability of temper, sleepless nights, general debility, headache, and general want of (one of the system, use Herbiue. Ynn will get reThe Great Morro Castle. lief and finally a cure. Price 50 cents. Mr. II. G. Suess, General Manager of Perry & Thomas. novl-lthe Crown Soap Company, of Cincin nati, Ohio, is in this city. He has made "Regulators" are whipping men in a contract with E. Deatherage & Co., Simpson county. to construct a display of CuticularSop Sad Blood Curs Tree. a Facsimile of the Great Morro Castle Fating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers. Can of Havanna- - Cuba, and a reproduction cer of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck, ot tho famous battlo of San Juan Hill, Breast, btomach. Legs, or Arms, are inE. Deatheraco & Co.'s show window all curable by B.is B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), which made especially to exhibit to began this week. cure all terrible Blood Diseases. PerThe display will be a great wonder sistent Sores. Blood and Skin Blem and w Interesting, not onlv for its ishes, Sciofula. that resist other treatB. B. B. beauty but for Its historical signifl ments, are quickly cured by Eruptions, (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin cance, and every body to nmples, Ked, Itching bcrema, bcales, Blisters, Red or Brown Patches. Blotches. take tho time.to see it. Catarrh. Rheumatism, etc.. are all due Woman Shot a Woman. to bad blood, ami hence easily cured B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison As our train left Nicholasvillo on by literally driven from the system by B. Friday before noon a passenger au- - B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to nonnced the shooting of Mrs. James five months. B. B. B. docs not contain Betts, by Mrs. Jennie Green at home vegetable or mineral poison. One bot tie will test it In any caso. For sale b of the latter in Nicholasvillo. The din-- druggists everywhere. Largo bottles patcnes gives tins version or tne un $1, six for So. Send for a free sample bottle, which will bo sent by return fortunate affair: "Mrs. Green went to the home of mall. When you write, describe symp toms, and personal free medical advice Mrs. Betts, whero she found he hus will be given. Address Blood Balm Co , band and Mrs. Betts in conversation 438 Mitchell street, Atlanta, Ga. uly2C-ly- r Noiselessly entering theroom she fired twice, both balls entering tho shoulders "William Dennis, farmer, dropped of Mrs. Betts. At the first shot Green dead near Frankfort. Ho was a lead jumped through a window and ran ing Popnlli't. His wife followed him until ho took Itwillnotbe a surprise to anywfto refuge in a butcher shop two blocks are at all familar with the good quail-tie- s away. of Chamberlain's Couch Remedy. "The relations between Green and his to know that people everywhere take wife have been strained for some time, pleasure in relating their experience They had boarded with Mrs. Betta tin- - in the use of that splendid medicine and In telling of the benefit they have til a week ago. Mrs. Green was a Miss received from it, of bad colds it has Gentry, of one of tho most prominent cured, of threatened attacks of pneu families In Kentucky, and is a etoter of monia it has averted Mid of the chi! it hm saved from erotn Morgn Gentry, the jailer of FgyettQ. dren whoopisff cough. attacks of grand and It Is an . oouoty. The refund to tiillr mm! would .3 HHftiieiiw," Iaor mum- i:v retry yto ltd rtatoa for th BOTl'lm m we-adv-ise . No woman is a heroine in the eyes If you have soro throat, soreness across the back or side, or your lungs of her dressmaker. bill. feel sore or tender, or you aro threat, Thousands of men and women sutler cned with diphtheria or pneumonia, Tetter, and Eczema. from piles, especially women with fe- apply Ballard's Snow Liniment exteritching and smarting inciThe male weakuefs have this suffering to nally, and use Cousson's Honey of Tar. dent tointensediseases is instantly allayed theso novl-lcontend with In addition to their other Perry & Thomas. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and pains. Tibler's Buckeye Pile Oint Ointment. Many very bad ?ases ment will qnicklv eflect a cure. Price Judge George E. Prowitt, 73, is dead Skin been permanently cured by it. It have 50 cents. In bottles, tubes "Sets. Perry at Georgetown. is equally efficient for itching piles and novl-l& Thomas. Cbainlicrlalu's 1'aiu Halm Cures Utlirrs, a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites Louisville Elks cleaned up a profit of Why Not You? and chronic sore eyes. 25cts. per bos. over $21,000 on their street fair and My wife has been using ChamberDr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are carnival. lain's Pain Bairn, with good results.for a lame shoulder that lias pained her just what a horse needs when in bad Infant mortality Ts something fright continually for nine years. AVe have condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food but die before they tried all kinds of medicines and doctors vermifuge. ful. Nearly reach one year,'oilo-thir- d before they without receiving any benefit from any medicine and the best in uso to put a Price 25 before they aro of them. One day wo saw an adver- horse in prime condition. are five, and one-hafifteen! Tho timely use of Whites tisement of this medicine and thought jents per package. Cieam Vermifuge would save a major of trying it, which wo did with the best nose Tho man with an alcohol-tinte- d ity o! these prlcious lives, l'rtre 2oc. of satisfaction. She has used only one novl-lPerry & inomas. bottle nnd her shoulder is almost well. seldom deserts his color. Adolph Ij. Millett, Manchester, N. H. In a fight over politics atLexinrton, For 6iile by Terry & Thomas. A Louisville Man lm Martin Wilkerson was cut and probably WilLouisviLi.1!, Kv..Oet. 27.1800 Jlormon ciders are proselyting in fatally wounded by Bud Stevenson. liam M. Stinsou,02S W. Jefferson street, Bath county. this city, says he has taken Hood's Constipation means the accumula For burns, cuts, bruises, lacerations, Sarsaparilla when he needed a blood ot waste matter that should bo dis- or injuries of any description. Ballard's purifier for at least a dozen years and tion charged daily, and unless this is dono Snow Liniment is a sovereign remedy. ho has' always found it reliable, lie the foul mattor Is absorbed and poisons It never fails to do good, and so prompt- says: experience has proved that tho system. Use Herhlnc to bring ly that its wonderful curative proper- If I should eat too heartily and feel about regularity of the bowels. Price ties frequently cieafo surprise. Price distressed, a dose of Hood's Sarsaparnovl-l50c. Perry & Thomas. 25 and 50c. Perry & Thomas. illa will bring me out all right. lm It doesn't take au athlete to run up a Salt-Uticu- ru m your friends have this disentu, you know how disagreeable it is. "its symptions are inflamed eyes.tlirob'jiiu; temples ringing noises in tho ears, headaches, capricious appetite, and Wlial Would You Give. To he cured of catarrh? If you or m one-quart- lf constant discharge of mucus. Fortunately its euro is not a question of what you will (live, but what you will taki'. If you will take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great constitutional remedy, which thoroughly purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood, you may expect to lm completely ami permanently cured. The good blood which Hood's Sarsaparilla makes, reaching tho deligate passages of the mucous membrane.hoothr'H and rebuilds the tissues and ultimately cures all symptions of catarrh. lm m Next Legislature wiil he asked to pass laws rogulating tho maintenance of free 'turnpikes. An Important Diflcrcnce. m To make it apparent to thousands, who think themselves ill, that they aro not afflicted with any disoase, but that the system simply needs clenuiu, m t bring comfort homo to their huni ts, ns a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co., only, and sold bv all drugejsts. TO BE HAPPY Is to be free from colds and damp feet; The only preventative is wear ax pair of the MADE BY PI fSgtaaEEB THE MA.NSs Bueil or 'OOOOOOO - fv 5 Lasts fi lmm ii POM SIDES SOTtfl kC We are the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory, any other are fraudulent and backed by nothing. k Dhnt i fete Pat. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO., SOT WEST MAIN STtBET. d4." 0 J THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. SAGE OF SAVYHAW SAYS. FracLtt wanted ! I will pay the highest market price for produce of Call every description. store at L. T. Wilson's near L. & N. R. R., and get my prices before going elsewhere. octl8-8- A. GOTT powerfully reach of ovcrv Aim rlfrm. It netsPerfect, U l! and quickly. A IIcw V' . PhTdeilly Ynnii t men trs- - cf nXSNGRO. result of 30 d Trill repala tlu lrliwt r::-- i h oil, and Old Men It fits oro will recover their yunthf rl visor. RuGcNLn cr J for business, h tho creatrtt llcnln'j nrer te'd h this connlrr. Can ho carried in vest iiocl et. By mail $1.C0 rvrhox, or sis fnrCj.CD. Via chcrluilj n r.lsr.d flu money 1 hero fir Nxrdonnt effect euro. Circulars free Address tho American office of CO.! B3RBEM ept!3 lv For sale by Perry & flionias. FOR WEAK IsMEN iwy Tho treat French Remedy within aiStz v ...... .o 5 O t - JJ O OBC B S o. Washington. Oct. 25. The President issued tho following Thanksgiving proclamation: "A national custom dear to tho hearts of the people calls for the setting apart of one day in each year as an octhankegiving to the casion of Almighty God for the blessing of the preceding year. This honored obser vance acquires with time a tenderer significance. It en riches domestic life It summons under the family roof the abbent children to glad reunion with thoi-thoy love, "Seldom linn thin nation hud greater cause for profound thanksgiving. No our great pestilence has invaded l.i'jcial employment 'waits shores, upon labor. Abundant crops have the efforts of the hiibbandman. Increased comforts have come to the home. 'J he national finances have been stieiigtheuded and. public credit has been siittulned and made firmer. In all branches of Industry and trade r.EANSES THE YSTEM there has been an uiieqii-.i- l degree of procpeiity, EFFECTUALLY steady gain while there has .been a in the moral and educational growth of our national character. Churches and Behoofs have flourished. American patriotism has been exalted. Those engaged in maintaining tho honor of the flag witn such Hgnal uilUAU PERMANENTLY cess have been in a large degree spared from disaster and disease. An honorable pence has been ratified with a foreign nation with which we were at By BUT THE GtMWINt-MAH.war, and we are now on friendly re lations with every power on earth." (AUr?RllAjTGfSYiW- - "The trust which we have assumed for the benefit of the people of Cuba has been faithfully advanced. There is marked progress toward the restora tion of healthy industrial conditions, to-da- y e An incompetent quartet 6hould be four warned. It tho woman is homely the young man who gives his seat in a orowded car may be considered to have at least one of the traits of a gentleman. Curious people are like skittish horses it would be better for them if they wore blind.4. Incapacity is perhaps the same as a vacuum. The roan who never knows what he is going to do is generally unable to tell what after he does it. The prodigal son is apt to consider that his expensive tnnte are inherited. When the criticsTill condemn a play its bov-uftprospec's are pretty good. it-w- Row Mrs. Pinkhftm HELPED MRS. iLXTTEB TO 0000 EN. HO. IJ.7M J. G. Lynn bought of W. S. Fant, of Flemingsburg, four yearling heifers, paying $400 for them. These cattle are of tho famous Bates and Cruicksbank breeding. 929,-308.0- Acts gently on the dneys, Liver and Bowels TO tea g O o ti 2. .3 5.. w w cr. Our Goods AND o -5 Our prices C3 gego j E5eg 3a5 oa2 C a e:es 333 - a El 2 rN o s o S3 sr5f 2 n -- ! . - ;3 ? Compel you to trade with us when Tou give us a trial O O w et-- o ci 33323323 gggg 3333 DR. CALDWELL'S mm The ladies cannot be deceiv 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 j'ou buy 3'ou know you have , ,YRUPINDIGESTION. PEPSI f CURES HUB -- HE! SHOUT LINK TO the latest, up-to-da- te New OrleansHost Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourint Skeuing Car leaves Louisville every Thursday mglit and runs through to sail FrancJiwo. Ask your ticket agunt for particulirs or write to R II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. A. I!. HANSON, . t'liicngn. U P. WH. A. KELLOND, A. P. A.. Louisville. goods. Is that what j'ou want? If so, trade with White Gibson YOU AUE A DEMOCRAT iiiid.of cotirse.want a Democratic news paper. The Chicago Dispatch ia the Greatest Democratic Weekly" Xepaper of the Country. It advocates the readoptiou of the platform and the of William Jennings Bryan. T ere has never been a political cam paign that will equal in importance that of the one to be foticht next year. t'lie Republican party, backed by the money power of this country and Europe, is alort and aeffressive. Flushed with the victory of three years ano it will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy. Democrats must be up and doing, rhey must wnp an unceasinpr war up on their enemies. In no better and more effective way can this be done than by the circulation of good, sound Democratic newspapers. Thp publisher of The Chicago Dispatch, will send a a copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch from now untill January 1, 1901, for 50 cents. If you are not already tak ing this grat political weekly, send in ten cents at once. You should not only lo this yourself, but you should induce all vour friends to join with you. By a little effect you can easily raise a club of ten or tweiitv subscribers. The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other Democratic leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH, 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue vt4-t- f Chicago, Illinos. (. Fr&skCort x Si kmi1., Kdtej, 1 (III Utteet December S, 1898 p 2 Z 111. l V. 1 24 ft 46 C a. iii EM 10 11 7 03 28 W Lve. Richmond ... ..Ar. p.m. 1 p.m 7 20 G HI tf Ar. Winchester Majwville 11 12 16 17 7l Frankfoit Georgetown l'jris " Lve. "" 8 13 7 50 7 00 8 5 4 3 30 10 28 40 Ak for tickets via Paris. J. It. NEWTON, Q. P. A. EASIER THAU EYER. The present schedule of Illinois Central road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans. hasinadcit"Easicr Than Ever" to reach all points In Arkansas, Texai, Mexico, Arizoni and California The Rlilendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestiliuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Kver" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly I'tillmm Tourist Cartor California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday .... 8 18am Arr Memphis Friday 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday 8 10pm Lve NewOrlcnnFriday & 45am Arr llun.tnn aitunlay 1 45 pm Arr S in AuUinlo Saturday 3 15pm Arr ltlpawi Sunday 9 2pm Angeles Mm lay Arr . ... 6 15pm Arr Sjn Frauciseo Tuesday RailL-- Tba ii Tit Trie W.tt Cmir t Wikiii. Parties deslriiiR to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with It. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. S'm. Alpord Ksllosd, A G. P. A., A. II. IUmso. G P. A., Lonisrllle, Ky. Chicago. 111. dec23-l- y CALL AT -- I35ECOPMIST RANGES SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby up-to-da- te dating clerks. Saratoga Genuine Water Kept on Tap. Phone 3. Roofing, Guttering and Gene Second St. JlIOmiOND, KY. ctl Job Work. USED 10, County Court Days. I'nris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Kirlmionil, Madison county, first Mon- 1ey. Lexington, Fayette county, eccond Moniby. Stanford, Lincoln comity, second Monday. OwirgutoAn, Scott county, tlitrd Monday. Panvtllc, Boylo county, third Monday. Kicliolaaville.TessaraIno county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles,' woodford county, fourth Monday. 1 EQUAL TO ANY EMERCENCY bone speeders, or road carte, that come what may on tho road, his wagon never will give way. We havo one of the Tlncst slocks of road wagons, rocka-way- s and rubbprtired busies in Jlich-moa- d. JMN MttftSsM. fMf'r Kentucky Cwrbe" Works rest secure in the thought 'hat when he. has pno of our well made, reliable pfifetons, carriages, runabouts, whale- liable The nirtii rjirriae jhihIit him. who has a good, sound, re- He can lirmarkuble lie.stue-Mrs- . Michael Curtain, Plailifiekl.Ill., makes the statement that she rnuglit cold, which Fettled on herlung:8lic was treated fur a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and U her delight found herself benefited from first dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottles, found herself sound aud well, now does her own housowork Goodct, Ackt.kt, Ia. and is well as she every was Free trial bottles of the Great Disffovery at GOOD SHOOTING. Perry & Thomas' Drugstore. Successors to W. G. White. Large bottles 50 cents Jake Gay participated in tho big C and $1 00. Belle Meado shooting tournament near BEER FOR TrlE KLONDIKE. Nashville, Tenn., last week. He broke 09 blue rocks and killed C9 live birds A St. Louis brewer fs planning to without a miss, thus making a total of send $3,000,000 worth of beer to the 168 consecutive shots without a miss. Winchester Democrat. and under wise sanitary regulations Klondike region, and his plant is herthe island has enjoyed unusual exemp alded as an indication of great enterWANTED ! tion from the Ecourge of fever. Tho prise. Large quantities of beer have Agents lo solicit subscriptions for the been shipped to the Philippines. It is hurricane which swept over our new reported that notwithstanding the strin- American Stock Farm, and Livestock. posessions of I'orto Rico, destroying the gent laws great cargoes of yile Dutch Most liberal commissions allowed homes and property of the inhabitants, boing sent to the Congo Write for terms, fc'amplo copies Iree. called forth the ins'aitt sympathy of liquors rro Address Kentucky Stock Farm Pub country to the ruin of the natives-Thu- s the people of the United States, who do the emissaries of evil excel in lishing Company, Lexington, Ky. were swift to respond with generous their alertness and their porsibtenct the The Ree ml says that Dr. J. L. Mc aid to the sufferers. Kee lias instituted a now order of "While the insurrection still contin messengers of good. Standard. things at the Lancaster Presbyterian ucs in the islands of Luzon, buslneps is ltisinarck's Iron Nerve For sometime the Doctor resuming its activity, and confidence in Was the result othisspleuded health. church. noticed that grown folks never attend tho good purposes of the United States Indomitable will tremendous energy is boing rapidly established throughout are not found where Stomach, Liver, ed Sunday school and children rarely the archipelago. Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. remained to preaching. In order to se-'For these reasons and countless If you want these qualities and tho curo better attendance .at both, ho changed the programme Sunday, and others, I, Win. McKInley, President of success they bring, use Dr. King's the United States, do hereby name New Life Pills. They develop every commenced preaching at ten o'clock, closing at eleven o'clock. Tho Sunday Thursday, the Thirtieth day of Novem- power of brain and body. Only 25c at school was then held from eleven to ber next, as a day of general thanks Perry & Thomas, drug store. 6 twelve. A much larger congregation giving and prayer, to bo observed as wns on hand aud many remained to the such by all our people on this conti Itcmcmbcr These Predictions. Sunday school. Dr. McKee will try nent and in all our newly acquired Hon. Evan E. Settle, who'spoko here islands, as well as those who may be last Tuesday night, to 500 men and the plan a while and if satisfactory at sea or sojourning in foreign' lands, probably 100 women, said the Seventh will hold to it. aud I advise that on this day religious or "Ashland" district, will give 5,500 A Tennessee squire is said to havo exercises shall he conducted in the majority lor the Democratic State used these words in tying a matrimon churches or meeting places of all de ticket all along tho line; his county, nominations in order that in tho social Owen, 1,800 majority or more; Fayette, ial knot: Wilt thou take her for thy features of the day its real fignificance 1,000 at least; Henry, 800; Oldham, 450; pard, for better or for worse, to have, to may not be lost sight of, but fervent Franklin, 800; Bourbon and Woodford hold, to fondly guard, until hauled off in a hearse? Wilt thou let her have prayers may be offered to the Most a set off. her way, consult ficr many wishes, Higli for a continuance of the devine "We will go to Louisville with 25,-0- make the fire every day and help her guidance, without which man's efforts majority." said Mr. Settle, "and in are vain, and for devine consolation to that (the Fifth) Congressional district wash the dishes? Wilt thou comfort tho.se whoso kindred and friends have roll up anywhere from 5.C00 to 8,000 and support her father and mother, aunt Jemima and uncle John, three sissacrificed their lives for this country. majority. We are safe to win the State ters and a brother? And his lace grew recommend, also, that on this by 30 0004' "I pale and blank; it was too Into to jilt day, so far as miy be found practicable Mr. Settle is not only an orator of ho sank, and he said, "I labor shall cea6e from its accustomed Stato reputation, but has impressed as to wilt," toil and charity abound toward the himself upon the country at large dursick, the needy and tho poor. ing his eervices in Congress aia man of To "play noses" hang a sheet of can "In witness whereof, I have set my broad ability, and his work is very ef- vas from the ceiling to the lloor, and hand and caused tho seal of the United ficient on the stump. cut small holes in tho sheet. Then States be affixed." You never know what form of. blood collect as many pretty girlB as you can Wm. McKixley. poison will follow constipation. Keep on one side of the sheet and as many MORE WEATHER. the liver clean by using De Witt's Lit- good looking young men on the other. tle Eary Risers and you will avoid Then let the girls place their noses to W. W. Marsh, of Winfon Place, O., trouble. They are famous little pills holes in the canvas. A young man prognosticates November weather as for constipatio'n and liver and bowel the must choose a nose that appeals to his Perry & Thomas. follows: Between t and 4th, severe troubles.. sense of beauty, and the young woman cyclonic storms. Between the 5th and Gone lo Cuba. attached to that nose becomes his part8th, killing frosts throughout the Ohio J. B' Embry of Nicholasville, who is ner for the evening. That's tho new Valley and contiguous country extendone of tho best known cattle men in game of noses. Winchester Democrat. ing South to tho Gulf States, followed Central Kentucky, left Wednesday for s by severe and heavy rain The editor of an exchange has eaten Havana, Cuba, where he is interested in from lower lakes to the North Atlantic six lead pencile, swallowed a dozen building stock yards. The stock comBetween 12th and 14th, general heavy d pany is composed of H. F. and G. W. pens and become nearly gales and high winds in tho Ohio Valin trying to figure out the following Embry, of Louisville; Talton Embry, ley. Between ICth and 19th general "There 6at down to a table recently, Cincinnati, and Perry and Lester Emheavy rains turningto light snow. Betwo grandmas, one great bry, Nashville, Tenn. Thoy purchased tween 23rd and 27th cold wave aud kill- twenty-four acres of land on the Bay at grandma, one grandpa, two uncles, one ing frost, severe cold weather rain sleet Havana, where they will erect model great uncle, two brothers, one sister, ana snow to end of mouth. stockyards. Tost s have already been one niece, two great nieces, one great To reach some grapes high up on an shipped and two cargoes of lumber were-sen- t nephew, one cousin, two second cousins from Pensacola last week. J. B. and in all thero were only six grown arbor, Miss Atldie Preston, a plump and pretty young lass of W instead, Embry is a member of the building people and four children. Carlisle Conn., climbed on top of a barrel. The committee and will remain in Cuba all Mercury. head of the barrel broke in under her winter. D. C. Allen sold to Price Bros., 18 weight, which was considerable, aud J. 1). Bridges. Editor "Democrat," long yearlings at 4c. Ho shipped three she dropped inside. She was wedged Lancaster, N. 11., says: "One Minute loads of cattle, hogs and sheep to Cinf.tst in the barrel, and no one came in Cough Curo is the best remedy tor cinnati, the cattle selling at $2.25 to response to her cries. Miss Preston croup I ever used." Immediately relieves and cures coughs, colds, croup, $3 85; hogs at $3.75 to $1.20; sheep, $3.50 then adopted a novel experiment. With asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe to $4 50. Mr. Allen has already shipa lurch she threw the barrel on its side nnd all throat and lung troubles. It ped 10,000 cattle, sheep and hogs to Perry and and started to roll towards home- - She prevents consumption. Cincinnati tills year. In the last 20 was nearly an hour making the trip to Thomas. years he has hnndled between 125,000 the houso, ami when extricated by Being a friend to aud believer in the and 150,000 Stanford Democrat. members ef tho family was greatly exnew healing science, Osteopath', we hausted. Tho staves had to bo broken The Bowling Green Times tells of a note witli satisfaction that the Supremo to get her our. Ex. Moral: Beware of gcnsenir farm in Grayson county con Court of Ohio has rendered a decision bands and kegs. of 100 acres of timber. Under legalizing the practice of osteopathy in sisting one tree there was recently gathered 5 Col. D. L. Moore returned Sunday Ohio without the formality of securUg" from a two mouths' trip to his cattle a licenso from the State Medical Board. pounds of this valuable root. It is per pound and the owuer fig ranch in Colorado. H a disposed of The decision was rendered in a case worsh $3 of cattle nt $30 per head,' mak- carried up from Lucas county, tho Su- ures that he will make $750 per acre, head ing the tranaction amount to $150,000 preme Court holding that the manipula- making tho farm of 100 acres of timber Jno. I Cnssell leturned Sunday from tions which form the mode of treatment worth $75,000. Texas, where he purchased 1.000 acres in osteopathy do not come under the For November Hicks predicts warm of improved black waxv land situated law. weather, cloudiness and rain 1 to 3; midway between Fort Worth and Wraco, Senator Foraker is one of the fore- cold wavo 0 to 8; rain, sleet and snow near Grand View, Jackson county. It most advocates of the new science, hav- 11 to 14; cold wave 17 to 23. Tho last cost him $25.000. Harrodsburg Sayings. ing spent thousands of dollars in a vain of the munth will bring higher temperendeavor to obtain relief for a diseased ature and a tendency to general rain was afterwards cured at the and enow. On the 27. remember, A form of disease may become so com- child, mon that I', is regarded as a necessary Osteopathic Institute, at Kirksville, marked meteoric showers. condition. Mo. Several States have legalized the In some of practice of osteopathy and Kentucky A St. Joseph, Mo., woman is sning a vLUC Vrtlicj 3 of Switzer- should get Into line during her coming steamship company for damages from seasickness, claiming she was injured land goitre, Legislature. or thick internally by throwing up. If damages n years are allowed there is .but one wav for "I had dyspepsia neck, afevery and never found permanent relief till flicts inhabitant, used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Now I the company to get even by throwing A party of am well and feel like a new man," up the business. Ex. American writes S. I. Fleming, Murray, Neb. tourists en- - It is the best digestant known. Cures The '99 apple crop nmouuts to 35,000-00- 0 Physiciansevery-wlierone barrels, or something over two bart tenng val- all forms indigestion. Perry & Thomas.e ot tnese prescribe it. rels for every family in tho country. leys was fol- I"- . lv"J Now, will someone kindly figure out Richmond is Good Enough for John. hnd v of the number of apples pies the crop will Two weeks ago Mr. John T. McClin-toc- k jeering children who cried, "Sec, Uiese make. people have no goitres," as if to be withg went west on a out a goitre was a physical deficiency. Horace Bowman bought of Joe Mcbut, like the cat, John "came Similarly, the prevalence of irregular periods among young women, and the back." He confesses ho would have Dowell, 30 yearlings, about 700 pounds commonness of debilitating drains been better off, if not wiser, had he re- average, at $30. He also bought of among married women have created mained here in the first place, as Rich- Henry Kerlz, of Burgin, 24 acres of Uie mischievous idea that these are tie mond is preferable to any place he saw hemp at $4 50 per hundred. Danville natural conditions of womanhood. In normal health the periods should since he left. In Oklahoma, he says Advecate. be regular and painless and there should the sandy soil is a sight to see, when The U. S. Supremo Court decides, be neither drains nor pains for the mar- the wind is not blowing; but when the ried woman. To regain that normal does not invalidate a life wind blows the whole of creation is that suicide condition of health is possible to every insurance policy unless it can he proved woman who will make a trial of Dr. floating in the air. Mr. McClintock is Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It regu- here to stay, and wishes us to warn ex that tho insurer contemplated suicide at the time of taking out the policy. lates the periods, dries up the drains, and cures ulceration and inflammation. cursion agents hereafter, to pass on the opposite side of the etreet. Sick women can consult Dr. R. V. Hie Daughters ot the Confederacy Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.f by letter without LaGrippe, with its after effects, an- and camps of Confederate Veterans are charge. Every letter is held as strictly nually destroys thousands of people. It raising money in aid of tllo widow of private and sacredly confidential. "Ihad falling of internal ortrans-anhad to may bo quickly cured by One Minuto Stonewall Jackson, who is said lo be m KO to bed once a month ; had irregular monthly Cough Cure, tho only remedy that poor health and almost blind. periods which would sometimes last ten or twelve day," writes Mrs. Alice L. Holmes, of produces immediate results in coughs, Coolsprlng Street, Unlontown, Pa. Had also colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia Nearly 50,000 pension claims result-im- r and throat and lung troubles. It will from tliA Bnanisli-Ainericwur preveut consumption. Perry and Ulmvrrv mrrl m r three bottles of the l'avontr Prrscrintion nnl Thomas. have been filed at tho war department oee of the ' Golden Medical Discovery.1 " and they are Mill coming la at the rate Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical The commissioner of Immigration of0perday. Adviser sent free on receipt of stamps reports that 311,715 Hfliulgraiatg landed to cover mailing only, e cent stamps for edition in paper; 3L in Uie United Statea dutaatjr &e voir The screw of an Atlantic liner ro ' ;velvS gowetahvg Jlke. 630,000 Hm be- stamps Ssf tUe cloth bewwd edition., M. ending June SO, 1889, aa iwMB LiYMpel mmI New York. h1 per cem. over me prmauqpjMp 00 the-floo- r wind-stormbald-headefour-mother5,-0w-h-o flfty-seyo- The report of tho. COmmirsioner of thV Land Offieo shows a total of acres of unappropriated and unkindness and the interest yon have taken in me, and' truly believe your reserved public lands in the United medicines and advice are worth more States. to a woman than all the doctors in tho world. For years I had female troubles Sals! tsr Commissioner's and did nothing for them. Of course broke I became no better and finally began down entirely. My troubles Galloway, rialntiE. ) Notice of with inflammation and hemorrhages J. 8. against saie in from the kidneys, then inflammation, Frank Galloway, &c, Defendants.) Equity. By Tlrtne of a Judgment And order of sate of congestion and falling of the womb the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at the and inflammation of ovaries. September term thereof. In the above style " I underwent local treatment every cause, me unaersignea win, on day for some time; then after nearly two months the doctor gave me permis- Monday, November 13, 1899, sion to go back to work. I went back, Between the honrs of It o'clock, n. m . and 12 but in- less than a week was com- o'clock, m , on the premises in Madison county expose to public sale to Kentucky, pelled to give np and go to bed. On the highestproceed to the following described bidder, breaking down the second time, I de- nrODertv. viz: toe cided to let doctors and their medicine ina tract oiianu, onKy.. watered ai.vercreeic, containing acres. Madison county. alone and try your remedies. Before owned by J. S. Galloway at the t'me ot his a.s ioiiows: Adjoinlug tne the first bottle was gone I felt tho ef- neatn, ofnescriuen Mitchell, the heirs of lands Paulina fects of it. Three bottles of Lydia E. White, J aines Walfcnp on Vaughn s line, W. II. F. G . lini. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and a Galloway and Mitchell's made fcc. a Sx. of 6 will be TERMS: Sale on credit package of her Sanative Wash did me and 12 months equally. The purchaser will be more good than all the doctors' treat- required to give bond, with approved security. lor tno payment at tne purchase money, to ments and medicine. have the force and elfect of a renlcvin bond. interest "Tho first remark that greets me bearing legal upon from day of sale, with a said property until all the now is 'How much better you look!' and lien reserved purcnase money is pun. you may be sure I never hesitate to tell N. B. Persons having claims against the tho cause of my health." Mbs. E. J. estatootJ. 8 Galloway, dee'd are permitted TtHXaXU "I am very grateful to you for your Hmm to file same with the undersigned on or before uecemDer term, ira, or ima court, 8 E. SCOTT, M. C M. C. C. novl 2w MAGNETIC HEALING, Originated by Prof. S. A. Weltmer, the most wonderful man of modern times. tnanr. vrtur dwplllnps. barns and all other property in the Blue Grass Insurance Compa ny, or lexingion. Jty., a noma iubiuuuuu Gives protection against Fire, Lightning and Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable company for the people or our county now operating in the Slate, and getr cheaper ever year as long as yon continue in the company For further information call on thei' agent and collector, S. R. B. BLACK. Attorney-at-LaRichmond. Ky , office on Main Street, opposite Court House, next door to State Bank Si Trust Co., second floor. J. H. CARTER, Pres. may2i-I- y C. C. BOSWORTU. Scc'y. t Home PLEASE hmm BOON TO MANKIND,! DRTABLI M 5r-S 3 Ft? -- n 0 oc tjj nt I Profs. Wilson I K;nccdy. Kodol Dyspepsia A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL. OTHERS HAVE FAILED. tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, so cents. - Graduates of North Missouri School of MAGNETIC HEALING, Mobcrlv, Mo., will belli RICHMOND on and after Nov. 0, 1899, to practice this wonderful method ot curing ALL diseases with out the use of drugs CURES under his method appear as if miraculous, but such is not the cafe. The method of Magnetic healing as taught and practiced hy Pror. Weltmer, is purely scientific. Magnetic healing has licet practiced in nil ages null mow or lets success. Every generation has had its henleis, many claiming this healin"- nnvor to be a special gift. PKOK. WELTMER, THE MOST WON- THIS AGE. has demonstrated that it is not A GIFT, but a science in everv narticular. Prof. Weltmer has placed Magnetic Healing in the fore-froof all healing or curative powers. By tno wonderful application of his treatment, its cura live powers reach every known disease Those who are nfflicted with Kheuma tism. Dyspepsia. Liver and Stomach Compiaint, Diseases of the Kidneys, Heart Disease, Female Troubles of anv kind, Nervoii" Debility, St. Vitas uanco. t'araiysw. Astiima, Consump tion, Deafiipps, Diseases of the Eyes, etc.. Lost Vitality, Cancer. Tumors nnd Goiters, sunken Chest. Magnetic Treatment will reach any disease if properly applied. It is knowing how that gives relief and cures We believe that any case of any disease can be cured by our treatment. So do not (lis pair, but co mo and see us. Consultation Free ' Terms: $1.50 per treatment or $7 per weeK at oihco. Uutsiue or onice, special terms. Oflice Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m nt Cure JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Pfoprtetor, - 310 Korfh Main Street. ST. LOUIS, HQ. Itartlficially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs. It is the latest discovered digestant and tonic. No other preparation can approach lt in efficiency. It instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SickHeadache,Gastralgia,Cranips,and all other resultsof Imperfectdlgestion. Prepared by E. C. DeWItt ACa, Chicago. For sale by .Perry & Thomas. ?5Efgl aSBS-fcSg- l Digests what you cat. For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Drupists. janl lSJ52S$fei SOUTflEIMEffAY Winter Tourist Tickets Now on sale via Southern Railway Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO J SHIPPERS. ao3WvAa. Cuba a.Tiu. t X 6vet SovAV i I Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. Eastern markets. cttv "Resorts Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Baltimore, "Washington, Philadelphia, New York ami a" a1 vice. The Only Superior Schedules and other kinds of stock. Though Pullman Car Ser- Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention. PHIVATH HOUSE SALES EVEET "WEEKDAY. Line Willi Yestibnle Trains. Good buyers alwaj's in attendance for export cattle and Winter Tourist Tickets via this line r permit at principal points of interest. Good to return unlil May stop-ove- Simon O'Donnell, General Manager. and Hot Spring, (North Carolina) In "The Land of the Sky" on lino Southern Ry. (IX KENTUCKY ) All principal Ticket Agents sell Schedule In effect Jane 11. 1800. through tickets via the Southern Ry. RASTBOUND. No.1. No. 5. No.i Lv Louisville,... Valuable and Interesting maps, book 7.4uam tuopm 7.45pn Ar Saelbyville... 9.00am 6.33pm v.urpn Ar La'renccb'g... D.Viam 6.23pm Itsomi lets and information mailed free to any Ar Versailles..... laiCam 6.47pm KWpn address. Ar Lexington 10.45am 7.15pm WEBTBOPHD. No. 6. No. No. 4. J. C. Beam, Jr., Northwestern Pass'r Agt., 80 street, Chicago. Lv Lexington.... 7.3oam 4.25pm 5. loan C. A. Baird. Adam's Pass'r Agent.. Traveling Ar Versailles..... 7.55am 4.52pm 5.37an 210 Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky. Ar La'renceb'g... 8.20am S.15nm 5.55an W. A. Turk, Ar Shelbyville.... (L32an J.M.Culp. 9.12am Geu'l Pass'r. Agent, Ar Louisville lQ.40ami 7.35pm 7.S5an Traffic Manager, SOUTHERN 31, 1900. RfllLWfly. Ia isoii Monumenta 1 Works, ESTABLISHED 1863. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pkopkietok. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Msrble and Granite. No. lXlNo. "Washington. D. C. Washington, D. C. Wm. II. Tayloe, A. Whedon, Ass't, Gen. Pass. Agt , P. and T A.. STATIONS. INcv12. NoT 14 Louisville, Ky. Louisviller Ky. 7.40amLv LouisvU Ar 7.35pm iaiuan novl-- tf 6.30pm 10.00am Lv LarncbrgAr 5.1Cpm fUOan .15pm 10.43am ArllarodsbgLv 4.25pm 7.20an ji0pm 10.55nmlAr Burgin. . Lvl 4.15pm 7.10aa EA8TBOUND. WE8TB0UHD. 11.1 FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY, Those who arc contomplating buying Marblo, Granite, Or any kind f Cemetery Work, will'tind it to their interest to call at the old stand in the r ;n of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, when they will find constantly on h:n a largo stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all elapses of 3Mjt. W. G. UOUOHER, one, of the best workmen in tViitml buyers. Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means Mtisfactnry work in overy phiae. Tarties living at a distance should write to us for designs, which will bo furnished on application. 0-- YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.Ta KASTDOUKD. WB3TBOCSD. Ko.15.tNa 4.00pm 6.33pm STATloss. No."lg.tNa 68 Lv Loulsvil Ar10.40am 7.35pn l,v ShelbvilAr 0.12am 6.06pn 10.25am.Lv Verslles Ar 7.50am 4.15pn ..lOpmlll-lOaAr Midway Lv 7.30am 3.38prx 7.40pmil2.u5pmlAr Georgtn Lti 7.00am XOOpa E7. 7.40am 9.09am! EASTBoenp. 1. wkstbqckd!" tNo. tNo. 5.) 7.35pm 8.30pm Ar Nlchlvill Ar 6.58am S.55rra: Ar RIchmnd Lv 6.05am S.00prx Ar Irvine Lv L45pn I No. l. No! 3." statioss. Lt LouUville. 7.4ttm 7.45pm Ar Lexington 10.45am lajSprj T 7.00pm 7.45am ArKn"io Ar Asheviilo V.10am LlOpm Ar Savannah 5.00am Ar Jacksonville 9.00am Ar Chattanooga 6.10pm 0.25am Ar Atlanta ta.45am 11.50am Ar Macon... 1.10am 2.25pm Ar Jacksonville A Rubber Tire Factory Here. 9.10am 9.10am Lv Chattanooga 0.30pm 6.45am MrlS. L. Midkiff has installed the Ar n'r51JPsh:un 10.05pm 11.30am Ar Meridian 2.30am 9.50pm first and only plant in the county for Ar New Orleans a 25am .... ... the construction and repair of rubber a v. n . Twiln. Vm 4 it t and Lexington, carry Free Observation Chair tires for vehicles, and is turning out factory work nt less than factory prircs. No. 1 connects at Lexington dally with We examined his work aud found it through sleeping cars to Chattanooga, Birmingham and New Orleans, and through sleeper equal to any in service. He will be from Chattanooga to Atlanta, Macon and e. pleased to exhibit his own factory work Trains Nps. 3 and 4. through sleeping cars be- and quote prices. He puts rubber tires tween Louisville and Birmlnghnm. connecting at Lexington with through Pullman sleepers on old wheels and the life of the jte llarriman between Knoxville, AshevW vehicle is prolonged so that twice their Columbia. Savannah and Jacksonville. The only line with three cost is saved, not to mention tho com Louisvm,., Shelbyville and LxingtorT oot25-t- f fort derivnd. tDatly except Sunday. Other trains dally. L05Pm 1 Jack-sonvlu- 10.22am 11.02am 7.40am 4.00pm Lv LouisvU Ar 10.40am 7.35pa 0.50pm Lr Verslles Ar 7.60am 4.45prx stations. tNo76. tNo. T. HK7VnLTOrM. Proprietor. . Louisville. Ky. Lexington i For 50c worth of work. We are giving wasmngtnn. D.C away . watches, bicvcles, sewing ma. "' Sir WK.IL TATLOE.A.G.PA. "r,A?.?,-P-AA-a Louisville. Ky. chines, guns, Ac. kc to introduce our paper, PASTIME, a high-clas- s illustrat ed family paper of from 36 to 32 large pages; CI to 128 columns of Chice Good 8b Stories, Literature. Art. Humor Letters Time Table No. 33, Taking Effect Sun of Travel in Foricgn Lands, Ac. &c. And all yon have to do to get $42 worth day, Juno 11, 1899. of presents is to get 20 subscribers nt 1st Class 2d Class 10c each. Send 10c in stamps for full BAST BOUND No. x No. 3 particulars, long list of presents and Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San our paper, PASTIME, for G months. A.M. P.iiT A. Mi 10 22 5 50 Versailles Address THE PASTIME Co., Louis 7 35 Nicholasville ... 11 02 Valley View.-- .. 11 26 ville, Ky. 7U 8 00 11 F.&GANROK'MV.P.itG.M.. J. M. CULP.T. M lr S42 WORTH OP PRESENTS L. A. Ri. H, . Moberley Brassfiefd. Million Richmond. Union Panola Irvine P. M. . 41 11 58 12 12 12 12 8 13. 8 30' 8 30 9 00 13 16. 30 35 1 05 AY0NDKRrUL DISCOVERY. ; ; , Not only cures, but keeps well. 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Denote Mater with Tea Kettle Attachmeat. SMOKE CONSUMING PABLOR FURNACE . " 6 68 7 00 3 4 45 . a7m7' p"'m." "pTmT p'"mT I to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. II. ADAMS, Superintendent, All trains connect with Lonixvllln Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C K. O. & T. P. trains SDH. CALDWELL'S PSPSiN CONSTIPATION.! Ml sept 27-l- yr WWHJS nn Slugs' w usV."cuvES SEEHS Air passes through registers In heavily guarded feed door Into perforated mixer ring around top of heavy Are pot. then into fire. Mixing the air wittt gases, in this way produces perfect combustion and a great saving of fuel. Mixer ring also protects bottom of radiator from direct action of fire and insures its durability. POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER Deflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pot and radiator extends to outer casing, forcing tho Intense heat from lower section ot Stove down to tho floor where most required. WILL HEAT BOOM By attaching pipe Donbla Heater Collar and extending to register in floor 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 iu addition to griddle hola top... FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE Circular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash Pit Doors are valve seated, fitted until absoluely air ttyht and Warranted to remain so. They are mounted on heavy, quick acting screws, working in a detachable yoke, and when opeaiag screw In, not oat, preventing breakage in use. Call at the CASH HARDWARE HOUSE ot Twen-oneW- Ar thoroughly new crop and of Wrhert quality. It costs comtriraUvely no BMrrtosowour Bt.OraiJ StKSm than tlK ordinary tocks so generally oSfertd. White Our WiiojfB gives f ullert Information anoat G rawM ami Clovers ; soils the are adapted for. best combinations to give largest teanks in bay or pasturara cat rarietle ot meadows, etc Write for Catalogite and prices of any sceda ritared. Who will be glad to show you, this stove as well as a full line of other heaters and coekteva, grate, etc mchl-l- y -- 1ei6t WMaMM,K, LOUISVILLCjiKY.