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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii E TH t iCt r RICHMOND1 t I CLIMAX C ii L f f VOLUME 26RICB1IOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1899 NUMBER 24 17 JecLed 1 REPAIRING IAa All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY r8 For Rent +44 + tJChoice of three good Q office rooms over Dour ui las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable ei htroom residence with modern conven J Icnccsfj EleIASTERNLSTATE AND COLLECtlil TION AGENCY peIL irm Mineral and Timber LLands bought and soldS on commission t Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection a5F NVrite7orral on me for further jmrliculars oFFICK nom 9 Moberley Build inir Kirhinoml Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDSret lrO9NEYS R E ROBERTS ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY t UHc In Mub rlor Building u RW MILLER ATTORNBYATLJW RICHMOND KENTtJCIT noli f in the JJurnam Bonding next door to- rIlrB National Bank feb3ly SULLIV ANJP PCflji isii tVnirt 1101111 MniiiSlrwU H unI t IIOCHAivonxitY AT 1 MON KBJTCCKY iHotKo 13 Kirrtft upstairs 31 30 ui tL Di1 OI1KNAULT AlTOItAKVH AT LIir KuiiMONii KKNTUCK- YDiliie on SeconJ Atrot over Choii aiiits gm nry W R LETCHER AtwlllelatLuw uiiiiosu KBSTUCK- YOrtiw with T J Smith Jr over C y IIIltnll t Mit1iIIs T C Lowry AUcryqtJ4LW UMbrIy8uih1ig 2HT3ICIANS DS U I BSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN KW SOltaJSOfi RICHMOND KENTUCKY Otfice the Je i li IdIfl0iS and o Sec on1 Street er We tdIPitorc rr OJLVS HOOK Kit KTKKIXKY stitfiKUtr iradw Je 11Unriu rrtafiutry CuVrye Veterinary Dnlitry and Sterility a Specialty Momce up stairs orer store recently accu pied by Richmond Harness Co East Main St lUchmond Ky apr7ly f ii C JASPERM D 1Mooieiue fJu cry Office Prather Bulidme Main Htreet Tfltphotie at residence the Carr place on lirwidway RIIUIOND KENTUCKY T W EVANSJt D U t PIly5lOlAAIDuItaE0K- ICHM0Kp N KENTUCKY Dt T J TAYlQH r Practitiutierw Medicine und Surgery RICHMOND KKrrucKl aOfflco and residence on Second Street DENl4strnGERr DTotttC ttQJ Ot DEntIT- O1UISVI icy 4 eaOfflce next door to QoTeniment Building q RicbmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 nOTlTly ft FRED SMITH DENTIST ciOUlce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Uurnln j ul2iy Dr Louis H Landman No SU West Ninth Street Oncinnatl Ohio will be at the JUotdl Zlmmcr Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY NOV 8 109 returning every ecnt WedacedayD eaeb month Reference tery physldan of BIh mondKr tUW tDXr- eycftexa a vI2 WOltTII OK IHESENTS ivlngawachines guns Ac c to introduce our paper PASTIME a highclass illustrat JargeIStories Literature Art Humor Letters cAwlat110elour paper PASTIME for months Address TIlE PASTIME Co Louis rule Ky A WONIERIUi DISCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company of re sponsible business men and Las en dorsctiient of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun try We Fpeak of that wonderful Instrument Electropoisc and ask your ithasthe InterOcean Chicago writes N early three years experience with ctropulso only confirms the truth of ur claims Isay my friends that ven Iptionmil if I could get another Send address for our book gives letters from ople who have been cured by Elec tropoise ELECTROPOISE COi 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Ky ept 27lyr Dr R Goldstein 4 The Optic Specialist of No 644 Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at tlfoaiyndon Hotel Richmond WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 urning one day eachmonth Eyes exam ined and classes scientifically adjusted OFTONI3c- ombined with great range and power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsburj and Crescent Piano Bein D Ina ttof very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as well as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We have several sty s Some in Mahogony Rosewood etc Prices range from 22500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHM G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY rPRETTY FINGERS HANDSOME RINGS I The one deserves nnd Kliould be adorned with the other Our sorttceiit oF FINE DIAMONDS AND FANCY GEM RINGS Will provHiui ititercsting study Our prices fur white perfect and brilliant wins lire very low In Single Stone IHnuiunds mill Three Ktono Iombiiia t iqpRfngs we IIVQ sothetl lug especial ly uttractive both in design and price F J YEAGER NoiSS 2d Sf Richmond Ky sep- Iyhitkc ni ohio R Lhy Time of Trains at YTlnchealctrXy WEST nOUNDd Mt Bterline and Lexington A4in 6 65 am Eastern Expires lor I ouisriUo 7 30 ani loreheat aadLexingUm Aictnn S 00 pi- nNewYorkL1initCdPFY45O pm jhtST3IOIJN- DLexinn aild fortjeadAccotnm 15 am J1 am Lcxiurfon8nd tU8t rlIn Accbm 6 pin Wuh tonJtoreft 9 g POll AccoramcM tIdn trajns run daily eiccpt Btta dav Otbr trains run Tbriio4h silejldgud difiihe cat zenrlce to UiInfdrruRtlon rates sleeperreserriitlous Jon rWt1te X HOOD Agent f Blchmorid Ky AraEo1LciV BARIIEY D b4toyLez1ngtgK7 DEMOCRATIC TICKE- TANNOUNCEMtNT FOB CLERK ARChZAVANAUGIto the action of tho Democratic Paity RYBURNto the action of Ibe Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS theactonWe arc authorized to announce M UK BubjecLJESSECOBnthe action of the Democratic party FOB SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN P Madisoneountysubject are authorized to announce JOHN W rOfShcrlUllUbJect We are aeth3rlzed to announce MARTIN tlioncountyparty flBROADDunsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOE ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD Madisoncountysubjectparty We era authorized to announce IAS L Madisoncountysubjectparty We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND candidate for Assessor of Madison Democraticparty VIJEATIIERAGE theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party GPARRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocratic PERKINSaction of the Democratic party In The CountySeat of Anderson A day in Lawrencebnrg was spent very pleasantly last week Tnis pretty little city deserves a lOOOOO govern meat building if any town lit the Unit ed States does for Anderson alone pays over twothirds of the internal revenue in tho Eighth Revenue District of Kent eky But thegood people there are not awaiting Government aid to im prove their city It is wideawake and progressive and probably has more new and handsome business houses and reoidences than any place twice its size in Kentucky It has handsome churches good schools brick Streets three solid banks one of the cleanest newspaper in the State the Anderson News and lots of pretty girls There is a literary and social organization called the Thirteen Club composed o ladies organized several years ago Despite the superstition associated with 18 these Indies have defied It antI lived to bless the day they themselves tocetlier Rev J WJlyler awcllreinemberc I student of Central University class 91 essay medalist and a brainy and popular studeutis married and pastor of the Presbyterian church and is highly thought of Rev T S Hubert lately of Rich mond is pastor of the Methodist church and we were not surprised to learn that his learning pity eloquence and lovely nature have capitfvated eveiyone Mrs Will F Lillard who as Miss Louise Purlin of Covingtonwna the at tractivo guest of Judge and Mrs A It Uurnam here in 1894 is the mother of a bright boy Muster William Parlin Her husband is a loading citizen sorr of the late respected Col C C Lillard Mrs1arliu is a great social favorite Col S D Smith the S D signifying Straight Democracy who constructed the artificial stone pavements In Richmond in tX01 is engaged in that work there We can say truthfully that of the ten thousand square yards he made in Richmond not over two per ceul has proven faulty a wonderful record Flank Tevis son of Mr Voc Tevis of Kirksville is achieving deserved success as a merchant He is wellliked and is loyal to tho welfare of his new home and ever ready to ad vance or protect her interests At the frequent fires that devastate the place Mr Tevis is a leading volunteer In the fire department taking lila life blue laud to save the property of others Mr Charles Bond is probably the towed greatesfbenofacior having been largely instrumental in her growth and material advancement His invest ments are in every form of industry Such a citizen is of untold value to any place Lwrouceburg is sadly in need of fire protection The money saved in re I I IWCHEisa diseases So are Backache theIif you feeltired and languid in the morning and wish you could lie in bed another hour or if there is a bad taste in twoI mouth andno appetite there Is pain in the side back oJabdom BRADFIELDS willIbleIsoThe trouble is jn the menstrual organs and Bradfields Female Regulator will restore you to mensesITIE WiAWIELD REGULATOR C0 U111111t1iuinspItUes31s1 MzABTAGL ji iw DOALBsoumWPuRE I Makes the food more delicious and wholesome tuma coweca eo rone duced insnraneethe sense of security and the convenience of waterworks should appeal with irresistible force to her citizens While no town in the State lies more new buildings no town has had more frequently visitations from tho fire fiend With waterworks Lawrenceburg would be practically in dependent A city that can boast of a well kept cemetery with comely monuments to its beloved dead is proud of its history and of those who made it what it IP Nowhere in Kentucky not In Louis ville nor in Lexington do I remember ever to have s jen a handsomer monu ment than that erected to the memory of the late Christopher C Lillard It is ofUuuBual debign the stupendous capstone weighing probably ten tons The entablature is equally massive and tho base is a solid block ot warble light feet by five The design is unique wonderfully striking in its massiveoessauelwill bear the name of its honored dead to the remotest future Another costly but more ornate pied of work is the monument of the late Win IL McBrayer a benefactor ot Central University and uncle of Mrs J V Logan deceased It is an oblong tomb beautifully chiseled and sur mounted by a great urn Three particularly fine marble shafts are those of the late ColT II Hanks Mrs Wm F Bond and Mrs Charles Bond The latter was the beautiful Mies Ellen Witherepoon This group of monuments cost between 10000 and 15000 and all were erected within the last five or six years Capt Ed Cell who was one of Col lector Bodes office corps but who is now in Collector Yerked office at Dan ville resides in Lawreuceburg and is one of her most popular citizens ExDeputy Collector Posey and Representative Wilkes Morgan sent word to Madison that tho Democracy of Anderson would roll up their old time majorityThe illness of Jesse Johnsonone of the most substantial citizens ot Law hasloneplace aud a family than wLich there is none more charming in the heart of Kentucky CEAV- Tsat Throbbing Headache Whonld quickly leave youiL you used Dr Kings Now LifePills Thous ands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick arid Nervous Headaches They made pure blood am strong nerves and build Upyonr health Easy to take Try thorn Only 25 cents Money hack if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 A Sample Campaign Lie Tho campaign is over but we must call attention to another of the false re ports sent broadcast by tho newspaper correspondents This is an extract from the report signed by Carl Daily a traveling correspondent who either was not hero at 1111or a ho is a past master in tho art of lying Ion political effect mptbycarriages and two thousand citizens who through cold and gate accompanied hadbeenthe Governor spoke eloquently for over an hour to two thousand people As a matter of met the Governor did not speak from tho Goebel plat fur in in the yard and the audience assembled in the upper court room the capacity of which is at the utmost not over It is entirely within the hounds of truth to say that there were nut 100 while persons in the audience the rest being nejjro men and negro women nod so great was the disorder that Gov Bradley threatened to eallout the militia and repeatedly told the darkies to keep qniet or he would not speak at all If the weather had permitted no doubt tho Governor would have had a large outdoor audience Spains Grpatrtit Nerd Mr If P Olivia of Barcelona Spain bnervesback of his head On Using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country needs All America knons that it cures liver aud kidney trouble purifies the blood tones up the stom vImInerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need it Every hot tie guaranteed only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 WOODSJAMES Clarence Woods not Clarence of the Richmond CLI MIlIndnJournalUnkllQwnYou are too yonng and inexperienced ofWeblessings arid hope you may live to a byslIhscribillJand never mind the expenses It is Elbe safest investment A young couple ianllbUlJtsTo Cure a Uold in One Day TakA Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabletsj All drujosisis refund tile signatureWhen a Julio w is told that he takes the cake he wonders if it is dough DeWittsWltdl RhodesCenteieidO i counterfcitliWhen a man is energetic by force of habit ho begins to be a money power PUTNAM FADELESS THEHANDSKETTLE Sold by CJ IA Se 3 IsAdamsPanola3 tr BAKING POWDER TO WILLIAM MKINLEY Selected for Climax Taou in the surface voices of the throngs Art eeeklng guidance at this crucial time Aflner ear would barken tothe Wrongs Whose stifled cries protest against thy crime tf Aanned at p rtenla ominous ate A presage of ambitions sure reverse Thou speedest through the land lest time be late To shield thy party from the peoples curse With despot purpoSe from thy faithless tongue The empty prases coined in freedoms name tVainlyNo eulogy of Lincoln nor cheap praise stayHe to- raise Thou from enslaving men are held at bay The aid besought shall be to bee denied Disheartened disappointed thou shall find Thine own and not the Nations snidde conslgnedWilliam Republican Geo Noland RockTand 0says DeWittIthealsteases Petty Thomas The halloween party given last Tues day night by Mrs G M Adams in hotter of Miss Annie Warren of Nash ville Tenn was attended by some fifty or sixty guests and was a most Interesting and unique social event The supper was one of the rnobt luxurious we have ever seen and the table and dining room decorations were as beautiful aud pleasing as exquisite taste could suggest The decorations gur eously represented old times consist lug of varied colored autumn loaves ears of corn corn stalks with blades and many other products from the harvest ofautumns rich content In appropri ate costumes nine bcautifol pantomimes were successively enacted Each lasted two ot three minutes and a prize was awarded the best pautomimist by a vote of the guests which was given to HampJJushdent sacred fires were lighted and selecting numbers divingcutting cards blowing out candles floating small lightedonES on water etc re tried to determine the fate of those who wished to pull aside that mystic veil that hangs where sight and bUndhess are the same and peer into the uncertain future The witches wer there un usually active and propitious and three t4 ore charming fairies theta Misses Addie Graner Annie Wsrr and Etiioi Garner never graceda halloween night or more becomingly presided over the destinies of unfortunate bachelors and lovely women And the gay old bachelors actuallybecame so fresh that they had to be salted and the happy occasion wound up with a run for their lives around the square with an Indian warwhoop and many heretofore dark futures were revealed at the end of the race and when one bineeyed fairy found that she land been aught by a fleet old bachelor her breath was almost taken Winchester Sun Dr W Wixon Italy Hill N Ysays I heartily recommend One i tfttPleasant to take Jiever fails to quick anrlLungSELECTED FOB CLIMAX TillS BICYCLIST DIDNT BELONG TO UNCLE SAM t fFmOM MANILA FAPBJt last night a laughable incident took place on ibe Luneta It was the inimit able bicyclist who is omnipresent these evenings on the promenade thai ng easily and gracefully along enjoying the exacise aftpraday spent in oilice Out of the shadowy gloom of the trees from the direction of the 1asig came the wheelman Dulling his hin- toTheldIth in one hand while with the other he mopped tho sweat from his brow glancing erstwhile ahead for the- elated and heavy minded pedestrian 9and contentment were supreme in the riders soul for his faco showed no traces of care From the opposite di rection strolled a tall spare officer apparently a captain with his eyes an rrily bent upon the easy going but masterful bicyclist When the wheelman arriveddirect ly opposite the officer the representa thc of Uncle Sam regarded the blue shirted whitetrousered beleggined olrycllst straightened himself stiiQy Hud fixing his penetrating es upon the wheelman commanded Put your hands upon the handlebars I The rider slackened his pace nppar ently not understanding but when the full import of the words dawned upon him be turned his head and yelled in inexorablo glee much to the amuse melt of the people seated on the benches You ga to lili I dont balong to Uncle Sam any longer and bendIng over the handle bars scorched tfow n the track before the discomforted ollicer could recover himself AlasavsIsplendid medicine i prescribe it and my confidence in it with Jon liuued user It digests what you eat aud quickly cures dyspepsia and indi genion 1erry Thomas Extraordinary Offer The CLIMAX and tile Ohio Farmoi weekly for 150 till January IDOl The best bargains ever offered in good clearlytheAmerica Itis the farmeis paper Twentypages theleadinghome is complete without It- You ought to know u1ie about this willpa1youyear Subscribe at once and eet tho HlltJplecOpleus r tf 0 N d J J i Excellent Report of Infirmary Editor Clinwx Will yon kindly pive to tho public the following condensed report of the Pattia A Clay Infirmary Association for the year ending September CO 1899 Received fur county patients 600- recolvedfor city patients SuOOrocvlved from board of pay patients and service ofnurses outside of the Infirmary 90270 from membership fee 58j en tertainments 3175 j donated 14 Total amount from all sums for the year 106951 Expenses for the year 2000 27 Amount of overdraft 3270 This report was made at the begin ning of our financial year October Bro 1899 and the overdraft of 32 78 was immediately made up So that while pmptylrdebt overshadows our loved institution And now may we nut confidently appeal to a generous people to come up to he heleof the faithful few and by vine the small sum of one dollar an nually become members of the Associa t ion and havo a share in this the only public charity in our midst We have just closed tho most pleas historyWohope Will become a large endownment fund The interior of the building has been improved d beautified the grounds are in fine condition We have a full corps of experienced and faithful nurses The support and cooperation of the physicianand if one thousand of our good men and women would give us one dollar annually our problem would be solved and our fu tureassured Will you not uo it M A LYNN President fJ 1 ti ERVOUS WEAK 4 DISEASED MEN- 1NOCURENOPAY TIlE NEW METhOD TREATMENT 5jttvcySexual discne It ta the re lIlt of 30 154 years experience In tho trcstrscnt of O there diea WE CURE SYPHILIS fji This terriblo Blood Poison tho terror of mankind yields readily to our JJKW I McrcuryIotarhIfyuu hare qrosin tho inouth or tungul uihl stomach derangement uro eyes biad J ache bono the rcol1ls7 stage of this Bfot loiran Wo the Jnot obitinto cnntrbllerlio tho world for IHare we ncceit for ticntmeiit fst ourtratmentbQlnlcem 1dirappear Ihofkin beoomwi healthy anu imanbo VOoaiblo and rafe CURES GUARANTEED r Thourao1a young rnjlc1Igt Ft 111Lyworry tIe io mutter the c tifo our NowWUREIMPOTENCY SLAud 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wonderful method of curing ALL diseases with drugsCURKS method appear as caseThetaught and practiced by Pror Weltmer is purely scientific Magnetic healing has been practiced in all ages with more or less success Every generation tubahealingPROF EITiIEH rIlE MOST WON AGElineGIFT hut a science in every particular MagneticHealingor curative powers By the wonderful application of his treatment its cura live powers reach every known disease Those who are afflicted with Hhcuma tomachCOIlpiaint auykindConsumptionetc Lost Vitality Caner Tumors 1I1alueticlreatmentproperly applied It is knowing how that gives relief and cures We believe that any case of any disease can he cured by our treatment So do not dis pair hilt come and see us Consults tion Free Terms Sl50 per treatment or7 per week at office Outside of office special terms Office Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 5pm S OUTHERNRAILW Winter Tourist Tickets Now on sale via Southern Railway +t++ i 7 o 5on4a eunoi tott Mir 50u I iem IttSOTS t+++++ ++ + + + + +++ + + Superior Schedules and Though Pullman Car Ser vice The Only Lino With Vestibule Trains Winter Tourist Tickets via this line permit stopOver at principal points otinterest Wood to return unlil Slay 31 10CO a Asheville and Hot Spring North Carolina in The Land of tim Sky on line Southern By All principal Ticket Agents soil through tickets via tho Southern Ky Valuable and interesting maps book lets and information mailed free to any addressJ Jr Northwestern Passr Agt ChicagoC216 Fourth ave Louisville Ky J Sf Cnlp W A Turk AgentWashingtonWni H Tayloe A Whedon Ant Gen Pass Agt P and T A Louisville Ky Louisville Ky novltf Hot Blast Peninsular IDouble neater with Tea Kettle Attachment +t+ +++ t++ + tYBUOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE 0I Air passes through registers In heavily guardecl feed door Into perforated 5 withwkMirer ring also protects bottqm of radiator from direct action of See and tjuouter casing forcing the intense heat from lower section of Stove down to tbo floor where most required I-ty WILL HEAT BOOM UPSTAIRS infloorrt Pent FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE IJI seatedSilted4VwhenCall at the CASH HARDWARE UPTJ8Eof 1Vinchily i c f j 1- FURNITURE i Rest Sweet and Peaceful I tVY thehandsomest forthe12 to 40 New fresh attractive designs and patterns TAKE A PEEP into my store and view Ute handsome line of desksa rentt1n avii I I 1lanche of beaut which are benfg offered at prICes out of joint Window Shadeso Among my bar vestof furniturc j fancics there is 4 nolinemorecdm plete than our n beautiful display of Window Shades Every 1stsle every color and every price Call and 3 the handsomest line of furniture to A be found in Central Kentucky Pi SI NEVILLE MOBERLEY1 220222 17 Main Street f b KYNIGHT fIry The Mt1 Inmtnant CDothn OF LEXINGTON KY pp1186000 PAID INLIVING BENEFITS m i f 72 7S4GO RESERVE AND SURPLUS g = PUUta Rewse of Lite Insurance We pay the samo profits to the living that Insurance Com panics pay to the estates of deceased gi 4 Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of tho investor For h particulars apply to K SMITH BOiAJTVmN L- Lt SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY Ir- A L MRS T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky t h t T X+ QL ++ +++ 3aeIee1e + 1UUAW Inn 1 AIRTIn HT HEA TER Is what you want in preference to all Ii 1 others Reasons 71itgives more heat and uses less fuel It is more substantially built a hot r i flit furnae It has alargeradiatingsur ttlatesand heats the rooms evenly Itisadouble heater No dirt tfrom ashes as it is carried away by tho patent ash flue It has pefe ct regula 7 tion and easy to op erate rj he design of the stove is per A tf fect The blacking 71- Vof the outside facing never burns off and is bbright all the year round For sale by DB nA EFP GQMATa l MATN STREET BICHM OND KY ft ++++71++++++ 1 1 l e y I rui ii i c7I1Il j I =z HLi The Richmond Climax 1It Iq 1JC O ENAULTProprietorI- f D MILLER Business Manger C E WOODS Editor l WEDNESDAY NOV 15 1899 Jr rUULIKUICD EVERY WHDJfKBUAY BY The Climax Printing Cc IMlirK IKK VKAlt 151k run tATKS- TYtlei lnyt rriiirifrJoNriuil hnil of llrinl rrtiuiw fmiii 18 rouutle In two CHII ifI J clllIIUI and hirrtM u Hi fit lit lias not bertii mipliled Tim r a Kiik of tlm count in Knolt Ltidivr Pike mid Floyd is unknown Fo far PF J r1JIIlc1un tDciU returns for 113 counties and unofllciiil returns for the rest Mr Uoolel has a plutaliry of 1037 of the uncoiitestcd votes Of the con tested votes there is a lIet plurality of Oil for Taylor Contests are pending in Nelson Knox Johnson Christian Mercnr ami Pnliiski counties involving pluralities of 4277 The CourierJour nat this morning again presents the llnurcs to date showing the precise situation in the State The Republi cans are still claiming a plurality of about 3000 but they are losing their nir of eoiiGlonco TilE Taiinimny ticket in New York won by majorilios ranging from 33000 to 00000 NoTwiTiisTAXiiixo the city has here tofore boon strongly Uepnblican San Francisco Cal gave a Democratic majority of 0000 in the municipal election t IT is claimed that more nionoy was spoilt by the Republicans in Ohio dur ing tile caininign jiifrt closed than they pent in tho State during the lust Presidential campaign and yet Nash foil 0000 short of a majority of the f total vote a3 MR II F PKVMOUK editor of the MnuIlN American who is now in audainton mid of Gen Oils pareonnlly know that he has not been at the firill2 line The same gentle mnn Mid I fuind tile antiexpansion Fdiitiment in the United States much btronger than 1 hnd any idea it could b II ITnRmost exrerated dead and damn In tile State is Traitor John Young Brown Words fail to give full oxiireesfon to the contempt all honest IINMI foe for those who having been nmde wlmt they are by Democracy j turn when they llnd they can got no more out of it to bo its bitterest foes TAiL nit such be anathema nmrantha Interior Journal IHs U4Htk Trust madn a special ef fort to tloftsHt lion Morgan Chinn of I Murcor for reelection because ho was the author of the Chinn Book Bill Tliey succeeded hut lao will have his reward As oii us the bill which hours his nnme becomes n law he will be innclo Prosiletil of the Kentucky Sol oo Coinuiteiioii and what he will aplentJtHlUgowI hI Goebel in ultchMl wild an en tlniblHSlIc Deimwraiii lady yesterday hit iIIlt the grandest victury evei riHMinlixl Ide mMiiniinii of sncall lid DennKjratfi lteIUlle1iIiS and what os flIi lug it tin Hiulerbainlfd way IIJ dl cuiild have almost bent Jesus Christ And theta she blu lied for Imvlnc put it so strong though not a bit too stroii we toll hor Interior Journal tUlTIII STATHS Senator Win E Mason of Illinois a lifelong Republi cin 1ms publicly announced that he ItOUCJ11 a chance to speak on the subject hut if when it meets in 1000 it should declare in favor of such a policy he will rtaiiiii his SClUt in ihe Senate because he could no longer represent the party and the constituency which made him Senator and this honest and decent thing fur tahiti to do would be to re- sighCFiBroeerCoi LBXINGTON KY j 1J IIDIDW miI naWi1ID ID- mf3 filI IBfi1I3J Making assertions is one J thing proving them is an other l Tile living proof of what we are going to say prompts us to suy itevery time We are the heaviest buyers of carpetings in Central Kentucky Gtuv stock will dwarf the hpldings of any corn peti tor alnaiiyttme in the 3rear We establish the lowest re tail prices at the beginning of the season and maintain theJJlte follow the style clia gthe newest patterns alwas come to light first in this store We are directly associated with some mills yet we buy from all mills that produce standard goods The proof of all we say is as plain to those we serve as f iLiStO1tR i H CF1BroerCo1 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY oJ pU1y I t 1 qtJ lrf I OFFICIAL vdTE NOVEMBER 1899 PitECtNS j Court House City flail Oienaalt Wbite lIal1J- olcCreary m Tipton Waco Karaoaugb Kingston Uan allow Dunmnnon Blue Lick Bcrea narnam leIsCrutcher Poosey Newby Diggerstaff Total Majority Vote of For For For For 188S Governor Senate Beprettre Co Judge = Q = i = n = n 0 0 c 0 O ollOO o 0 t- t1c = Z = 0 t ts s tr f jii 0- r t1 Se= gIf iii1 i J1 J123 111Uf 119 159 131 191 150 224 89 2J 120 221 Jl5 25 71 JC3 172 13 lIE irz 10118 93 107 97 3 111 fit 110 111 Il15 15 15S rs 163 103 228 252 555 268 93 61 89 05 41I 6 9J 63 81 176 US 16 VS 168 lbS In 78 lit 156 77 V 153 17S186 It7 lS 153 179 135 102 176 110 2 lr2 284 ISI 1S3 1St irs 75 3 117 so 118 85 118 181 76 230 2lO 68 219 2S1 220 230 68 86 261 250 Xl 97 2W let 1118 S37 112 143 It126 129 120 UO 314 68 85 97 I 53 51 52 93 60 152 41 71 ii US us n 116 us 115 145 3 139 13i U3 115 18 110 3 238 18 167 129 107 lJO Z715tt441 M = 2739 2712 2736 2808 274 sa lit fl ShaCkelltordHog W J BBVAK Saturday evening gave to the press an extended statei went summing up the results elections in the different States On the Kentucky election he says enIlatest returns show tIe contest between Goebel and Taylor is very close The Democrats claim the election of Goobcl and the entire State ticket by small pluralities The Legislature is safely Democratic in both branches and the election of Blackburn to succeed Lind say is assured No one who has watch ed the contest will doubt that the Demociacy will unite on national is snes Kentucky can be depended upon for a majority of 20000 or 30000 In 1900 RESULTS ELSEWHERE Elections occurred in 12 States on the 7th instant namely Ohio Pennsylva nia Iowa Massachusetts New Jersey Sew York Kentucky Maryland Vir ginia South Dakota and Nebraska- In Ohio George K Nash Republican was elected Governor by a plurali ty of about 00000 lu Nebraska exGov Silas A Hoi combe Fusionist was elected to the Supreme court bv a majority ranging from 15 000 to 20000 In Maryland John Walker Smith Democrat was elected Governor by 12 000 majority New York and New Jersey elected Republican Legislatures W Murray Crane Republican was elected Governor of Massachusetts and Leslie M Shaw was elected Governor of Iowa In Pennsylvania the Republicans elected a State Treasurer and Judge of the Superior court and the Democrats elected H D Greene in the Ninth dis trict to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Congressman D M Erment rautIn Mississippi A II Lonxiuo Democrat was elected Governor Virginia elected a Democratic Legis lature In South Dakota the Fusionists are reported to have elected their candidate to the Supreme court Iu Ohio George K Nash Republi Ian received a plurality of the votes and was elected Governor but fell 50 000 short of a majority of the total vote cast PERSONAL Mrs S K Thnrman is visiting her son iu exiutton Mrs Henrv Tickelfi is visiting rela liyea ill Jessamine county Mr Jeptha Chenault is recovering from an attack of Malaria Mrs Joe Carr lisa returned from a visit to relatives at Irvine Air Thos BallarcT of Lexington is visiting relatives in this city Mrs J T Wilkerson of Lexington is visiting relatives in this city Mrs Jennie Grider visited relatives in Ford taturdiiy and Sunday Miss Hattie Ballard of Springfield Illinois is the truest of Miss May Bat lardMrs W R Lloyd has returned home after a viett to Mrs Kate Flemings in Midway Mrs Mat S Cohen and Miss Lola Felntid spent Friday and Saturday In Cincinnati Mrs Hugh Riddell of Irvine isvislt ing her mother Mrs Thomas Shelby in Lexington Mrs James It McCreary has for her Rtiett this week Miss Susan Cromwell of Danville Mrs Leonard West of Irvine visited her aunt Mrs Claude Smith several days last week Mies Katie5ronston of Lexington GeorgtIrewittMr and Mrs Charles Moseley of Owensboro are visiting at Mr James Hamilton on Fifth street Mr and Mrs Thos E Arnold were the uuesU of Mr Robert Willis at Win chester Friday and Saturday- Mr John Shackelford of Birming hlttoldhome FridayfromG W Shearer in Kansas City Rev Lapsey McKee wife and little sou of New Albany are visiting Dr J L McKee and family Danville Ad vocateMr anti Mrs R C Hocker and little daughter Jane McCordol Stanfordare visiting at Mr Mark Phelps in the county Miss Annie Wasers one of Irvines visltinotherond street Rev Mail Mrs Horace G Turner returned Saturday from n visit of several days to relatives at Ambrose Jessa mine county Mrs F B Jasper who has been visit ing her son Dr H C Jasper and fam fly left Wednesday for a visit to her daughter in Lexington Mrs McFerran Crotre and little laughter Elizal th have returned to their home in Versailles after n visit of several weeks to relatives in this city daughterJIRnnctt GiIhispieMooreyesterday Miss May Escott has returned from a visit to Richmond and Nicliolaaville accompanied bv Miss Celia Scott of the place who is now nerviest bhelby Sentinel Editor 0 35 Woods of theJiicumond CLIMAX wllllll1 town last Friday visit Ing the family of his Mr Win U Woods and while hero paul the News a very pleasant call Anderson News Mrs Sam Stone of Frankfort Mrs Cassius Clay of Paris Miss Katie Walker nnd Mr and Mra Stone Wal guestsIneiubefri BarclayanllitUeinl at MrCivin Burgles et Ttd B ir House Mrs Barclay it will be remembered was formerly Muss Hallie Dozier of Red House x Judge J C Chenault Messrs A D Miller Jo Wilson ansi Neal Anderson left last night for Estill whero they will enjoy a few days hunt and will thin out Estilla crop of Lob Whites to the number of steen dozens Miss Lizzie Barrett of Richmond left yesterday tor her home after a visit to Mrs Archie Goodloe on Ash land Avenue Mrs Goodloes friends are glad to hear that she has entirely recovered from her recent illness Lex In ton Herald Col Goose Egg Owsley was hero this week looking much butter than for some time He Is now on duty at Mocks in Boylo and is boarding at Rices restaurant in Danville They dont grow better boys than Goose EgjotCentrnl Record Mrs H M Rogers of Ohio and Mrs J M Benton and family of Winches ter returned home Monday after visiting their mother Mrs Curran C Smith Mrs Smith celebrated her birthdaj lust week by having her five children and six grand children with her An elegant affair was Mrs L K Blantons reception last Tuesday in honor of Mrs K B Hume and the Whist Club Mrs Blantons reputation an a hostess is already established and her cosy home on Summit never looked prettier than on this occasion which was in every way uptodate and in keeping with all former entertain ments given by this most popular of Richmonds matrons popularglut to know that she has recovered from her recent illness and is again able to be out Mrs Chenault is 1re ident of the local Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy anti is doing everything in her power to make the State meeting which will be held in this city the 23inst a success She should be aided promptly by our citi zens in her efforts in this behalf and furthermore to see that each and every duringheirMr and Mrs Harry Milward and Mr yesterdaywards brother Mr Robert Bergman placeinThursday afternoon at 6 oclock The bridesmaids were Misses Cordelia Bull and Hattie McClure of Frankfort Miss Annie Wagers ot Irvine antI the groomsmen Messrs Will Milward Lexington j Clans Miller Irvine and James West Frankfort A reception wits held at tho home of the brides parents Mr anI Mis I T West and tripEtstft hero the groom is one ot the most highly esteemed young men of the county Lexington Leader Nov 10 I RELIGIOUS protractedRev S A Owen has tendered Isis MissionaryBaptist Thero could be no services at tire M E church Sunday on account of the furnace being out of repair hence no way 01 heating the building Rev Arch C Creowho preached at the Baptist church on the third Sun day in October will preach for that congregation next Sunday Nov 19 He is both a pleasant and instructive preacher All are invited to hear him An unusually large crowd heard Rev Jasper K Smiths masterly sermon last Sabbith morning He chose his text from Esther fifth chapter and latter part of 14th verse And who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this Ills discourse was most interesting and in btuctive dealing as he dill with the hill tory of the Jewish people at the time Of Queen ICtlier Ho laid especial stress upon the fact and aglorious one it is that there has never been a critical or serious period iu all the worlds history that God did not raise up a great and good man a deliver as it weerfor such waybeneficialas many as did heard it MARRIED SxxpaoxTUSsEYJones Simpson of Garrard county and Miss Nannie Tug JudgoTurpinti TunxxcnoorEaAt the home of ThursdaySIrMiss Annie Schooler of Clark were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Baptistafternoon Mr Robert M Bergman and byRevCUlltrpopular on account of her graceful organisted musician Mr Bergman is a handsome anti hustling young merchant at Irvine Ky and is very popular with all who know him Miss Cordelia Bull of this city was the maid of lion or with Miss Annie Wagers of Estill county and Miss Harriett McClure of girlsRuthcousins of the bride Mr Will ItJUIl wardof Lexington was best mariwilh Mr Charles Miller of Irvine mid Mr Jas M West brother dl the bride at tendants Messrs W A Bull Joel S Head Jr Western Furr andJ 11 Newton were the uehers The wedding was a beautiful one the wedding march being played by Prof Wa viand Graham whose pupil Miss West wait Tun church was full of the friend at the contracting parties to tesify hi the high esteem iu which thoy nro held and of the earnest desire for their future health and happiness Directly after the ceremony the happy jounj couple tr1pFramifortRoundabout DEATHS POLLITT Friends here of Key F S Pollitt and wife will ho grieved to learn of the death of their infant son William ShinIer aged six weeks FiooAt her home four miles east of Richmond on Saturday last Mrs Nancy Pigg widow of the late Johnson ligg age eightyeight years Her death was due to old age Six clildren survive her They are M H Pigg of Lexington W W Pigg this city M HBQggR1uKansas City and K J Pigg of this city Funeral exercises were conduct ed at tho residence Sunday thence burial in Richmond Cemetery Resolutions are well kept when they jump with iiicllMktfeu Goldwalth X Necessity is the MQtherofInvention Itxvas the necessity fdran honest reliable Mood purifier anti tonic that brought into existence Hoods Sarsaparilla It is a highly concentrated extract prepared by a combination proportion and process peculiar to itself and giving to Hoods Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power Ss tuonferfof record of cores has made it Amtricais Greatest Medicine Rosy Cheeks I have good health and rosy cheeks thanks to Hoods SArsapArStA 11 botHls me up and saves doctor My Mary A Bar e East Qair Si Indianapolis Lvf Xood8a4JaaHood Mill cure liver IlIa the nonIrritating and only cathartic to take with flood Bariaparll BIRTHS RrmellWeDesdIlY BAXTER November 7t0 BaldWlUjthisFire on the The alarm of fIre Friday motniiiK was sent in from Mr J M tUfts residence on the Summit The house was dis covered to bo on fire by the rooms being filled wiili smoke It was some time before the fire could be located but finally it could he seen that it was between the weatherboarding and tho ceiling whereupon the fire department quickly extinguished the flame It is supposed the fire originated from- a painters lamp a spark from which had found its way under the weather- boarding and there smoldered for several lionis without detection The damage was blight Election Commissioners Meet The Madison county Election Commissioners Messrs John U Chenault J P Simmons and Waller Bennett met in the county clerks office Friday to canvass time vote of last Tuesdays elec thou Very few changes were made by the board Gen Taylor received n majority of 93 instead of 91 as reported in our last issue Mr Millions and Mr Harris majorities were decreased some by the official count Time vqte as certified to by the Commissioners was Taylor 93 Million 72 Harris M The certificates of election were then awarded to Messrs Million and Harris Entertainment for Richmond Richmond will be glad to know that our town is not to be altogether neglected this season in the way of an en tertainment On Novethber23 we will have the privilege of hearing Mr A H Merrill of Vanderbilt University in one of his excellent readings Sever al of our citizens have heard Mr Mer rill and pronounce him a man of superior talent and one of the best in his line The reading will bo given under the auspices of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Association anti our citizens should show their appreciation of this opportunity and hear Mr Merrill Daughters of Confederacy to Meet in Rich mond The Society of the Kentucky Divis ion United Daughters of the Confeder soy will meet In Richmon on Novem ber 23rd and 21th They will hold their easiness meetings in the Masonic Templo to which the public is cordial ly invited There will be not less than fifty visiting ladies in the city anti it is hoped thecitizens of tbe entire commun ity will assist in making their short stay among us a memory that will bo joy for ever Tho Richmond Society ot U C will given handsome reception to the visitors on the evening of the J3rd to which only the visitors and those entertaining visitors are invited Lo2anMhor- sInvitations hate boon received hero to the marriage of Miss Martha Blain Myers to Rev Charles Alexander Logan at 12 oclock November 22 18U9 at Lex ington Va The bride elect is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry II Myers of that city and is said to be a very attractive and accomplished young lady Mr Logan is the second son of Mr and Mrs Ueo W Logan of this place and is a young man of marked ability He is pastor of the Presbyterian church at Jackson Ky where he has accomplished much good Shelby News Mr Logan is well remembered here being a graduate of Central University While a student in our city Mr Logan made many friends who to ethtr with the Sigma Nu Fraternity of which he is a member extend berore hand hearty congratulations and best wishe Horse Notes Dr C C Hooker purchased last week 4yearold gelding by Emperor Wilkes dam Mary Neale by Vatican 229 the dam of Joe Watts 228 and Billy Hoggs 224k p Mary Neale is proving herself a great brood mare having produced four colts only two of which have been trained Joe Watts and Billy Boggs Many will remember how Joe Watts throve Phrase out in the 227 trot at Lexington this fall in the fast time of 212J Billy Boss as a 3yearold took record of which was no measure of his speed being ex pected to step a miler in 210 or better next season We predict the doctor will have a good green horse in this fel low next year he h3s onljr been han lIed about a month showings great amount ot speed and there is no reason why he should not Iearnto go last being bv that game and speedy race horse Emperor Wilkes and out that titus proven herself a producer of speedMessrs Collins Walker have rented the fairgrounds and have moved their stable of horses there lucy will con tinueto handle fancy saddlers arid fast roadvhorses B H Neale has returned to his first love and will handle iv few yearlings next season It is useless to say he will have a good one just watch him I Williams Comedy Company The Williams Comedy Company WliteBushweek are quite the favorites wherever they go are the ladies all sisters to be complimented not onlv for their ladylike conduct on and off the stage but also for their remarks ble displav of talent MUses Olla and Marie Williams the first named as soubrette anti the second as leading lady were already established in the hearts of our citi zeus having visited our town before but have won again the admiration and respect of all Miss JTanniu Williams proved herself again at home and showed her ability though yoiuug both in the roles and singing nnd dancing Little Katie was thlprlclli of all She combines with u naturally strongvoice highly developed talent superfineFauntleroyWepredict uptodateany audience One of the lmUiarf J qres whom we were glad to welcome back Into our midst Was Prof Von Deck a jolly old sour who is not only a finished musician but n gentleman in every sense of tho word We were glad to note tho good attendance at the opera house timing their stay here last week and hope this meritorious Company will meet with well deserved success wherever they go PAtfOLA Corn is the shortest ever known iri these parts r T A Shelfon sold to Mrs JobirEeds ford a I9tluanQln Cploiaan CoxsonOfCo1umbu Gox rfJf8rnedf 1U Pub 1MteWvhmti- rubehwaorkI Ip l iTeachers Association ThfrMadiBoii Cwinly Teachers ciation wilt hold tlm last jrieellug otthe year at Mt Pleasant noxtjSatnrday Below is the program 1030 Music i i Address of Welcome litss NcllrMer 8hionRespoiiseMiss Lena Palmer School Manngemt1 uJesse Cobb John Nolaml Our ScholsJ W Wagers How can t last use my tll11t tlhl5uqt jjhool term1Mr Flprenco Misses Alma Serb ner Annie Duncan v TIISecrcWofHarris Mow may WR d velop good riiuv- MisseHAnhiB r JlnffJHly Allie JTlbloi- Mrp MiiSsie Powell O atlon Tiljimplr of jTrulh O 0- Crooke Our PntronaG C Fatrls How to well DrPerry Beiiefltsa teacher djriV6 iioni a- coureo in reading Mies Stella Duncan My Years ExperienceAll tcuclleni- pretGiit ff Removals Mr and Mrs WiJl pqjiUtabero- oms with Mrs Uuckbnnnan Mrs H L Whitehas rented Mr D B Sbackelfords rcsidenco on Second streetMr William Jryor will remove to the cottage now occupied by Mr Louis Todd and wife Mrs Merritt has rented the Green property on Main street and will con duct a boarding house Mr John Thorpe and family will tike the cottage on Aspen avenue which Mr Taylor will vacate Mr Stewart Jones will remove to Fifth street and occupy Mr IM Row lands handsome house Mr Conway Taylor suit family will move into Dr Frazeea cottage BOW oc cupied by Alford Douglas Mr anti Mrs Neale Bennett will re move shortly to Mr French Tiptons pretty residence on IJroad vay Dr Turgin and f UiITiII occupy the Sullivan residence on North street which is now nndeigoing repairs Mr and Mrs Lnmars have removed from Mrs Wagers residence on See ond to tho Hacker property on the SummitMr Mrs Mat Cohen will board at the Glyudpn MrMilward IJrwon and family haying rented their cottage for next year Mr Will Powell residence on broad way has been rented by Mr Will Wagers who will move there the first of the year Mr Coleman Neff and wile have moved into their new house on North street and Mr Taylor who lately JlvellI there has rented property on Mr Kit Covln ton and family have leased Dr Holtons new residence on thecorner of Third and Moberloy the Wardrober house on tho Summit having been purchased by Mr Arlio Wells who will shortly remove thereto STATE OF 8JVCASFrank J Cheney makes an oath thai he is the senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pav the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of catarrh that can not be cured by the use of HA LI 6 CATAHUU Cuss FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in mp presence this Gth day of Deceuv ber A D 188G SA AV GlEASON f Notary Public SEAL v i v Halls Catarrh Curt is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfiices of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENKY Co Toledo O Fold by drniList 75c Hails FamilyPills are the best 1m NiQI Cotag rDrS th t thopremisCSaturday November 25 1899 at 10 oclock a m the nice one story cottage on the Wet side of Laurol Street in Richmond Kv Tho house repairhavinlrc There is a cistern and other imr provements It is convenient to Cald well High School Terms easy and made known on day of sale For further information apply to the undersigned at State Bank Trust Co R E TURLEY Becy Richmond B L Corporation PUBLIC SALE oF HOUSE LOT Wewill sell pnbHclywitbout reserve on the premises at 11 oclock a inon Saturday November 25 1899 the two story house and lot on the northwest cornerof B Street and Broad way in Richmond Ky ansi known as the Ramsey property TIme house hits seven largo rooms porches cellar c and is in good repair There is a good cistern and other improve ments The property is on ono of the best streets in Richmond and is close to Caldwell High School anti conven ient to Madison Female Institute For further information call on the under signed at State Hank Trust Co Terms easy and made known tin day of sale R E TURLEY Secy Richmond B 2 L Corporation A VI ARNUm 1Q HijNTBR I Mrs Ellen V Gibson hereby notifies the public that she will not tolerate hunters on her Any person caught on the premises with a gun will prosecuted to the alt extent ot the law EtE T lr Now being over all should settle down to business and forget our few political differences We do not be lieve in a paternal govern ment and ask no special priv ileges or favors except that you favor us with an oportun its to show you our well se lected large stock of New Goods and demonstrate that we can give you much bettr IRETURNS for your money than any other house in the state Wall Paper from 4e on up to the finest goods made Win dow Shades lOc on up Pic ture Frames 20e on up We make a MijcscrPaftit for 110 per gallon in white black and all shades of colors the best on market at any price Stock of Window Glass the largest and prices right Call on in iM WILLOIlGJ 1 4r IJMi IT tt II i itA l 4y 1gIiJll QHJiICY i ice R idenc e F R SALEr r The residence eotif ains 8 IroomSy splendid lar e I ot good stable andoutbuildinj rs grape arbor and fruit tre s All conveniences For s lie at a bargains r G W E ru novS2w y rr LAUNDERING ON TIME No call tomorrow game at the Richmond Steam Laun dry Work delivered when promised What ismore aggra vating if one has an appoint ment at a certain hour than to be Disappointed With The LaundryNo trouble with us for we have the machinery the help and the brains to get our WORK DONE ON TIME RICHMOND SIEAH LAUNDRY tAD NIMAt WANTED I will move free of charge carcasses of horses anywhere in Madison county- I wO pay in cash 50c for every dead hog Will pay S150 per carcass for dead cattle mytlm Bmrafi U ORANGE ST RICHMOND KY OSTelephone 66 care Hurst Fowler no84w Master Oonioners Sals Julia A Cmlall8 Crecutorv Pitt Notice of inClarkofthestylecanaeThursday November 16 1899 12iockbon county Kentucky proceed to expose to fOllowingdescribed A LOT OF LAND With good dwelling c thereon in Rich mond Ky on the south side of the Richmond nCrandallDigHilifiled hercTHhmnde bySlarr sh thence with said pike 63f feet to line ot lot No I on said plot thence at right angle nnd with southeast rightanltleofbeginningTERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months equally The purchaser will be securityforJudgmentbearing a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid novSInr B E SCOTT M C M C C = OFFICE OF YALETINE H HOBSON A MM MD D D S- RICHMOND KY Nov 8 99 TO MY FRI NDS AND PArlt ics I am trying to reduce niy 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 allowed Thanking you for past favors and soliciting continuance of the same I am your obedieiit servant 15 v H HOBSON DENTIST V RICHMOND KENTUCKY n 1If IE3mJ- fl UUr Prices Ulleip You rn tE m 8 tm aECONOMP IJ iMake our values your standard IJ- IJ U will find everyday needs Ii5J 18rml every Ii I SAT1SFATLON Ej Is our aim the goods behind Is iIIout promise is our living gj rn Ira lJ 8 For anything and everything iIE kept ina firstclassTPnrni 1 IJ tare Store youyii1l fine- IJ rn it at VV q1 IE jI 8 13 0 W Si OLDHAMS flj ijf SUCCESSOR TO BIQ6ERSTAFF Ii OIBHAI 13 9 8 tJNDERTAKING Dr LINE COMPLETE 6- Ed T JJDayPhone7 Nigt16 sQeacc eoeL S 2S OS SS S SOSOS U9OSSS eS S S 5S SO S 00S 2 1 inn I iifAll m OJ e Iii EJ 1 = a 0 ii The Biggest9- e e 0 1 m 1 J e iQO 00 Brightest aild e 1 s 1 ii 0 0 Best Display a WI 1 t5 o eo orDont fail to stop in and see what we have 8 Wash Fabrics Outing FCftII 1 ht and dark ground solid co I 018aft 0t11 and checks extra heavy floftequa1i J 1 at lOc per yd Good vlueseo IIalso at 5 and 8ic A Oil es ee EId Iown CCloaking annes good qualeGOt00 solid white pink and olive at 010 35 and 4neOs e SKIRTSLadies Outing Underskirtsu II 39 inches long 2i yds wide 25c J 3 S Net Fleeced Lined SInr tsGIt0 oOcGOS J aKNIT UNDERWEAR 0 0 Good warm garments vests 19 25 and OOcge iI Go ae E BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Just come and inspect them See the eu bargains 111 these winter coverings uPrices extremely moderate A nice 1 u good size blanket 49c and up J eQ a 3f PATTERNSe00 Plain and fancy a variety of color and t styles every piece new the very 1 valuesC a RIBBONS oc 0e J e Fine all silk ribbons in the new color 02 seffects for neck and belt 25c peryd 0s 03 4 00cc3perce 15eo h co Floor Oilcloth in different J i patternsQo na 1lC t90 I z e J vets 11 I Is n1call e2TDont fail to call e 0Yours R Iu IIr00oIhi OV4UI MKEE c se G S 0 CO I c o e soSs0 eeeooo9OO o8ooooo 9oaoooca9ooeeeo80o55oo THERESNOTHING LIKE II I Xo nothing to equal our ULTRA Shoes for Ladies YQu get everlasting comfort when you pet our Ultra A perfect fit for the foot no pinching or cramping No mailer how wide or narrow your foot may be we can fit you perfectly They are put up for wear and will out sear any coniiilon make The are a beautiful Shoe They not only please the eyeIioyontlgrandest Shoes on earth They are made in manydif siiapoaCome irc For iWinter We expctbattleL far the best line of SHOES and BOOTS to be found this section They wear better last longer untIl better than others Our prices are always low v never have dissatisfied customers OUR VALL CONVINCE FREEMAN BROSFIRST STREET RICHMOND KY o y M iito ascertain its condition you may find that a a J9 El- rillhappmessSTOVES OR RANGES I1s 9 youForgls ri elatest feI8FRJ L piHEATMAKDSG6 Ja Oiieof the ACORN RADIATOR at gris ertainly bargain talk that wilIUakeE3 YO1 alktowaldour store jgSj J XTAYLOR BROS iii Ei ill f9 ro m f1 I u iJ ii JTIII1tr irTii n Ei RICE ARNOLD i l SELL STACY ADAMS COS Mens Pine Shoeskcev Enamel Patent Leather Vici Kid Box Calf Russia and Willow Calf in black and till thell j1U latest1t tJ Gllillo of Shoes fen men and women We have them in Patent Leather Dress Black Yici Kid Tan t Russia and Black Box Calf Enamel and Willow Calf We have a complete line of Buolls e lockers Bootees for men Our stock of Shoes for men women and children is complete in all e alwaysshow d 1 f ti RICE ARNOLDJ 1 fi JThe Richmond Climax VKMXESDAYNOVlo 1809 =Or Hobson Dentist Salt H 2J a barrel at the Blue irahs irocorv It s o noi ice elsewhere of Mrs Ellen V iilsoi Hunting on her promllo U roli hit d poumta sUn llrll granulated Itr for this week at the Blue ro wy It At Georgetown Friday night Lun Wiiiii shot hit sweetheart Mary Mltcli 1 tn death and then cut hor head off unli i knife V t have some Dpueinl prices on v iii fur the next 90 dnys leo 11 JJMi rry wheat dim at a bargain if HKMIINS Lutos We are ready to pay 5 to hoMer Ii tiket number 6645 this being the winning number in our last weeks iliiiAiiiK BLUE GUAI Gnocluw Co It Mr le fjniytiie of Plttte county will fluirtly liiuve with lila family to zVSiity Mr Smyihe has purchased in interest in the co lnnd produce iiiiiMHS of j W Christian Co Hirers of the Mt Zion Christian diMMii request that nil members be prtrit Ht a meeting in tho above clnirrii it 2 clock noxt Sunday Nov iinr 19 Liiisiiics of importance to rat IIt Tn practical jikors in Paris Win hN iexiiiglon nnil Richmond have inite lot of Inn lately at the ex ii of varimw bridal parties says the 111 Newsy Some of the trunks licii leave passed through Paris have hiliueI inscriptions as Weve just t married This is tho brides tr ink This will introduce you to Iran Mrs hank who havo just been Hi riI A Uclimoml brides trunk- Wa iiccoratod with a string of balky AND I House and lot on corner of B and Broadway for sale publicly Sea ad Dout forget to call for your tickets whoa dealing at the Bluo Grass Grocery you may be tho winner It Marriage licenses were issued Monday to William Mack and Miss Ithoda Lessen both of this county The State meeting of tho Daugh tors of tho Confederacy will bo held in this city on Thursday November 23 Pour hundred choice pure bred Plymouth Rock coukeiuls and pnllels I 15ggpi 15 for to cents Mm 11 H COLYEB sopt20tf Richmond Ky Col Albert Boone of the Black Diamond was here this week on business connected with Mil enterprise Tho Black Diamond is not as dead as many would have it Carlisle Mer cury The great star triumvirate Lewis James Kath rJn Kidder and Charles Hansford will be seen at the Lesing tou opera house Wednesday Novem ber 15 in a mammoth production of Shakespeares beautiful pastoral corned The Winters Tale Caington lIt 1 A ft liU1 rl ik iiFl Lt aSIB 4 A jT Fi v hqlw rc Oar assortment of Ladies Jackets Furs JZ- f Ijipes Childrens Wraps of all descrip AJ3 tions We have not the time to describe each article but can safely say that 1t have a wet j = Stock of Vraps= to suit every one and our PRICES are x the LOWEST on high grade goods and no other firm in the City can compete Jwith us We are offering a select line of Jackets at following prices You will find in this lot a qomplete assortment f of colors raodled after patterns of recent et cut and made of materials that we can re commend for durable wearin fact such t goods as will please and attract the eye as priceYouvr up your mind to purchase a wrap f See our Tailormade Suits for Ladies if you t think of buying as it will pay you q LADIES GENTS AND CHILDRENS HOSIERY The values in this Department can not be 1lt resisted TRY US A IGENTS FURNISHINGS LADIES DRESS GOODS perdQxen1llOv OVERCOArrS fvjircheU1 A SPECIALTY bI ij If in want of MILLINERY call and see us bc we can save you maney tW = jJectfultl8u mittitt Ccu 1JaaeRe E V ELDER 3AtJ1NT FOR McCALC 1ATTERMS The quail season in Kentucky opens today Rip Van Winkle at court house Thursday November 23 Gov Ed Powell is very ill at ids home on Eighth street Nicocottage for sale publicly on Saturday November 25 Pee ad Mr P F Adams Jr has accepted a position as local editor of tic Panta graph The Prandcnninl Club will bo en tertainod next Friday evening by Dr A Wilkes Pinitii A brass kiy found in front of the government building tat be had by calling at this office MessrsA C Wells It A Barlow and C B Hamilton have announced for the office of city clerk It is reported that several mad dogs have been seen in the vicinity of White Hall luring the past two weeks Central University defeated State College iu a game of football at Lex ington Saturday by a core of o toO Gov Bradley refused to pardon Frank Dickorson scut to the penitent ary from this county for manslaughter We have some special prices on vehicles for the next 30 days Also McShorry wheat dril at a bargain tf HIGOINS LUJCON Mr T A Chenault and Mr Elmer Parrish are applicants for the position of city collector now held by Mr J W Crooke Mr L Parker Adams has been honored with a clerkship iu the office of County Judgeelect Million the place which is now filled by Miss Margaret Parrish under Judge Turpin A fter Sunday November 19th the L A Will put into effect a new time card The passenger train which has heretofore arrived in Richmond at 830 p m will arHve at 805 p in twenty fire minutes earlier We aro pained to note the serious illness of ono of pur most respected citizens Mr M M flarber who is suf fering from vertigo His health has been poor for some time and his friends are solicitous about his condition and will be glad to learn of any improvement and hope for his speedy recovery Red Cross Work There will be work in the Red Cross degree Tuesday November 21 by Richmond Commandery For Salo Eighteen nnd one quarter acres of good laud two miles east of Richmond an the Irvine pike For particulars call on or address REX A J TamaLE IjanOO Richmond Ky New Wall Piper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed n perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr W L Leeds a skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms to suit all tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aug23lf Strayed or Stolen From my premises on Lancaster avenue last county court day a white anti lemonspotted female setter the properly of Sam Ross A liberal re ward will be paid for return of same to the undersigned novl4t DAN M CHKNAUIT Strayed or Stolen From iny premises on Tuesday night November 7 a white female setter with lemon spots on body and hips speckled face and long tail Will pay 3 for return of same o undersigned D li TEVIS Richmond Ky novli tf Coal Burns Up The coal you bought last year is about gone Go at once and replenish J M Baker telephone 137 is selling the celebrated Diamond Coal and Ken tucky Coal at 12 cents delivered or 11 cents on the yard Now is the time to order while it is dry anti light weight you get no ramsoaked coal if bought now Office and yard Blanton Warehouse at L N crossing on East Main street oc1254t National Fox Hunters Association at Irvine Ky November 15lh to 25lh 1899 For the above the Louisville At lantic R R will sell round trip tickets to Irvine November 14th to 21th In- clusIve at rate of a fare nnd a third Tile Estill Hotel has been chosen beadquarters and the management has loft nothing undone to make this one of the most enjoyable meetings In the history of the association If you have never attended this will be an oportunity ofa life time An or chestra has been engaged nnd dancing will bo one of the many features of attraction CJjL DROWNING G- P4SUITS Coviajtefl Mitchell JjII Thanksgiving Proclamation Gov Bradley has issued the following Thanksgiving proclamation November 20 1899 is hereby desig nated mitt recommended as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer I Eagle CapluredIMr B F Crooke who resides near Kingston caught a large gray eagle last Week which measured six feet and nine inches from tip to tip of wings He shot it with small bird shot and so injured it that it could not fly thus enabling him to catch it Charged With House Breaking Deputy Sheriff P B Broadd us arrest ed and placed in jail Monday Noah Chambers and John Clark both eel ored on the charge of house breaking They broke into the house ot Thus Wells and stole among other things a diamond ring The ring was recovered A Madison Boy Honored Dr H L Farris of Kingston this county a student of the MedicoChiurg lent Medical College Philadelphia was recently made valedictorian of his class consisting of several hundred students This is indeed a very high compliment to Dr Farris who justly deserved the honor conferred on him by his classSSpecial Ratcsyto Louisville On time account of foot ball game be tween Central University and Washing ton and Lee teams tlio Louisville At lantic will sell tickets to Louisville on Saturday November 18 at one fare for the round trip A special train will run from Versailles connecting with the Southern Ry train which leaves Louisville at 745 p m Farmers Institute Commissioner Lucas Moore baa form ed the following counties into a Farm ers Institute Jefferson Shelby Old ham Henry Tribble Carroll Owen Grant and Campbell The whole State will be put into districts and each will be visited by a set of lecturers to be selected in a few weeks A general convention of Kentucky good roads societies and agricultural institutes will be held some time in November Off For Louisville Mr W Arthur Todd who for the past three years has been connected with W S Oldbain in the furniture and undertaking business in this city left Monday for Louisville where he will attend Clarks School ol Embalming There is no reason why Mr Todd should not equal any who follow this profession having been under our former citizen Mr nE L BiggeretafT who had gained a high reputation for him self iu this county and cit- rOVEBJCOATS Covington Mitchell Shooting Affray on Red Lick A shooting affray occurred on Red Lick Wenesday in which the partici pants Tankersley Webb and Saul Leeks were both wounded The par ticulars as far as could be obtained were as followsSWebb swore out a search warrant to recover some buggy wheels which lie supposed Lacks had taken from him and this angered Lacks who ou Wed nesday went to the homo of Webb Ostensibly to buy some calves and while there the difficulty occurred Lacks firing tho first shot which took effect in Webbs left leg and in return Webb shot Lacks thronghjtho eye After the smoke had cleared away it was found that Webb had received two shots both in the loft leg and Lacks was minus an eye Both parties will re cover Deputy Sheriffs Colyer Terrill and Broaddus arrested Webb Wednesday night who gave bond in the sum of 500 and was released CITY ORDINANCE At an adjourned meeting of the City Connsel held November 9 1693 the fl passedIRichmond of eald city tothe extent of S2UOOO to e cUre funds for the erecting a public school building1 an- dWitnimas4part of said bonds are maybeBat drdalntfl by tile City ClJUnelof Rich mond Jtntiicly That bonds rand 8 of aforesaid issue of 18U4 for the sum of 500 each be paid and taken up by the city and that tho holders thereof are notified that aforesaid bbnds JNos 7 and 8 will be paid at the office of N W Jams Co 31 Mason street New York City December 1st 1893 at 12 oVaock ra and they are herebycalled upon to deliver same for payment and are notified that no interest will be paid on same after that date V4 CLloDE SflTifl Mayor n A BLoWC1tyCIerL- V SUCCESSORS TO JWALLACE RICE Q tJ SUITS Covington Mitchell Mr Cole Elected County Judge In Jackson Mr T J Coylo formerly of Madison but now cf Clover Bottom Jack letIterJudge over three candidates by u plurality of 515 Tile vote stood T J Cole 711 James Smith 409 J M Flannery 3X5 It Welch 52 Colored Affray On last Wednesday night a difficulty took place on Irvine street between Irvine Johnson and Brock Munday both colored in which the former was shot in time forehead and the latter re ceived a slight cut in the side Time bullet glanced on striking Johnsons head and he is not seriously hurt Mundays wound is not dangerous CoBj3tiaaA Headache biliousness heartburn lad gestion and all liver ills are cured by Hood S PilUs Sold by all druggists 23 cents Leghorns and Brahinas do not thrive well together So fares dan be done have the flocks unifortn llf There are some women who seem to growndauJhterschildren and tIle color in their mothers cheeks the brightness in her eyes the roundness in her form all speak ot abounding health What is her secret She is in the middle age of life when so many women are worn wasted and fad ed and yet time has only ripened her matronlyhealsbrief phrase Dr Pierces Favorite Proscription The general health of wom localhealththat where these are diseased the whole body must suffer Favorite debilitatingdrainstion cures female weakness and im parts to the delicate female organs natural vigor and vitality Women who have lost their health anti their beauty have been made robust and rosy cheeks by the use of this marvelous medicine Ignorance is more powerful in the hands of some people than knowledge Adversity flattereth no man hut the pains of dyspepsia turn his mitten iou to Hoods Sarsaparilla and in its use liefiud a cure The foot ball player may come early but not to avoid the rush llsiil by llritisli Snlilicru Iu Africa Capt C O Oennfson is well known allover A rica as commander ot the forces that captured the famous rebel Galishe Under data of November 4 1817 from Vrybunr Bechuanaland he writes Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quantily of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemerl which I used myself when troubled with bowl complaint and had given to my men and in every case it proved most beneficial For sale by Perry Thomas novllm Paradoxical though it may seem spoiled child en are usually fresh If you are suffering froth drowsiness in time dry time irritability of temper sleepless nights general debility head ache and general want of tone of the system use Heroine You will get re lief and finally a cure Price 50 cents Perry Thomas novllm Most people have more curiosity than sympathy for the troubles of othersSEal Blood Cure Free Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem ishes Snofula that resist other treatments are quickly cured by B B B t Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally system by B tOjtiebottle which will he sent by return mail When you writn describe symp toms and personal free medical advice willbe given Address Blood Balm Co 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Go july2Myr RA millionaires daughter Is taken at her par Value It will not be a to anvwho JOodilunllticsto know that people everywhere take eximerioneeinj d lit tellinfrqflNy benefit have neceio l from tj r had colds it has flurotf of tliront ed attacks of pneu inonii it hiisTaverted and of ii crouffanl j INDUCEMETS EXTRAORDINAHT A Pr 4tiif I SP I THE Bee Cash StoreBusy S 0 H- S1wskSko emo 4fpf andhowouDrGrmany Switzerland and Americayff H 1 Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an 75enormous stock of goods tp select their fall purchases from as we are now showing i IShelves counters Ledges and even the very floors upstairs and downstairs are Groaning 1 l and groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them Not a item in this great store in this enormous stock of I jimers 4 nu W k DRESS GOODS Wo are very fastidious about onr Drees Materials they must be of the most exclusive kinds in he costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste c7 We are offering a line ot beautiful all pretiWe are showing tho handsomest line i of Crepons in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd up the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at 248 per yd We are showing a complote line of Venetians Broadcloths and all weaves adapted to tailormade suitings Our c kprices quoted on these lines will be 5much lower than you can expect them Z4 to be Our extraordinary file of plai s will enable yhu to make n quick selection and got the latest bargains out 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 we Jiave cut to the 4 heart in every iue We never hndn more complete stock of Children School Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes Ladies jt Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mnn and Boys Boots and everything to be Y found III a firstclass shoe store and mO1ing thelnewsee a pair of our Regina Shoes r CLOAKS AND WRAPS We have one entire room in our great i store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap L Department All the Eastern and Ol1rIeverybody Department Flannelettes ydGood ApronGingham pricesiii department competition extend cordial invitation visit this Great Mart market and prices reach everyone wagons goods leave prices are buggy wont i- EiFc W DeOLDIIAM ANYo AND GEORGETOWN delIi Tattooint is just popular time of the world Thousands of men and women sofTer from piles especially women with fe mate weakness have this sutler ng to contend with in addition to their other pains TdjIors Buckeye Pile Oinl ment will quickly effect cure Jrice 50 cents in 75cts Perry Thomas novllm In Berlin the pawnshop is a royal and philantropic institution fit that is is spent on charity mortality is tub Nearly onoquarrer before they reach one year onethiul before are five and onehalf they are fifteen The timely use of Whites Cream Vermifuge save of these prlcious lives Thomas novllm A mans nature runs either to herbs or weeds Therefore let him seasona bly water one and destroy theother Constipation time accumula tion of waste matter that should be dis charged dally and unless this is done foul matter is absorbed andpolsons the system Uso to about regularity of time bowels Price 50c Perry Thomas uovllm partment of our store All Jackets Golf Childrens Jackets c that are in favor this season we Lined Jacket or Capo from us at same price one would cost you elsewhere Dont limit to visit our Cloak Department look through it see ninny things whether you want to buy or not Polite salesmen anti salesladies will wait on you Domestic Goods are being wrapped up with tho margin of profit entirely lost sight You save money ou each and every item purchased in this Good Cali coca that make nice comforts and dresses are only 3c per yd All best brands Indigoes and Simpson prints at than anybody else sells themGood Flannel 5c Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c j An elegant assortment of best grade for wrappers and home dresses SIc Good ercalos5cj bettor Percales 7Jc yd Red Flannel heavy twilled 15c per yd We are selling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray red and blue at SIc per yd per yd Best lied Ticking 10 and 12c per d Nice Dress Gingham 5c per yd j Better grades nand Kjc por yd Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are wagons and load them they wont be as low again this season to one all best of as so many the hold now the pas tubes pro made fright die major ity Price 5J5c Perry the the new Capes the cheap new All of can lower prices Canton per up If you have sore throat soreness across the back or 5110 or your lungs sore or tender or you aro threat ened with diphtheria or pneumonia apply Ballards Snow Liniment extor stud use Coussous of Tar Perry Thomas Dont put in too much time standing on or riding Chamberlains Tain Ualui Others Why Not You MywiIe has been using Chamber Hahn with good results for a lame shoulder that pained her continually fur nine Jealir We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors receiving any benefit from any of them One day we saw an adver tisement of this liiediqino and thought of trying it we with the best of satisfaction used only one bottle and her is almost well Adolph L Millett Manchester N H For sale by Perry Ira A thoroughgoing egotist is usually de void ot the tense of humor For burns cuts bruises lacerations or injuries of any description Ballards Snow Liniment is sovereign remedy promptlyties frequently cieate surprise Price 25 and 50c Perry Thomas 1m to be I I r OUR is time talk of the entire are good suils for men at 248 Mens good heavy Cnssi mere Pants Too pair Our line of Knee Pant is very We aro showing all now things in favor this season Our Jens and Youths are piled high on our coun ing line that we dont frnui the to the finest Get our prices before buying elsewhere We are showing an Elegant Line of Carpets Oilcloths Bugs c in our Carpet Theo 4 aro new fall no old carried over goods Our in this knock out all While in the Carpet to see our Oilshades and Lace hung we have a choice for this fall season Wo have the best selected line of Ladies and Mens wear that be shown you suit heavy winter from 10c up Ii Ladies Vests and Pants ISe v Mens Extra Heavy Ribbed Vasts nml Pants 25c each lI are agents for The American Lady Corset Tho best end most stylish corset usud Every Corset warranted Get our prices on Trunks Valise Hats and Caps Umbrellas Ladies Ladies Dress Skirts wo will save you and show tno best line in city i t We and a to The the both west to be had here at the Brin you will buy when you low we that your them 1 MT l leisured a Any Infant they before would a the means Heroine bring a feel nnllv Honey novllm dignity a hobby Cures has without which Shebas shoulder Thomas a selling t a the mountain selection weight t We feeling e mooney Tetter ami Eczema The itching arid inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ases have been cured by it It is efficient for itching pilea and a e remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites red chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Pr 1e1yll Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and Vermifuge They are not food hut medicine and the best in use to put a horse in primo condition Price 25 ents per package Theie is an of flies in one of time New York market OIl the Cap Fits Wear If you are suffering from the consequences of impure blood have boils pimples or Fcrofula sores if your food does not digest or you suffer from ca tarrh or rheumatism you mire tho one who should take Hoods It will fit your case exactly make your blood cure salt rheum scrofu la rheumatism dvspepsia catarrh and give you perfect Hoods Pills cure all liver ills Non irritating TO BE HAPPY i Is free colds aiiddampfeetS The only preventative is n pair of the e a Buazefi orHocfrer-r f e 1- A oztes0000000lo Different Lth CLOTHING countyre Childrens Suits Boys Overcoats bargainYouhandle cheapest Linoleums Department goods importations prices Department jffk1Childrens Underiwill IiOJchRibbed Underskirts youS Bargain east within jyour naming ifft COMP RICHMOND STERLING SaltRheum intense smarting permanently equally epidemic Sarsaparilla and i from wear the Department complete affords something What Would You live To be cured of catarrh if you or your friends have this UIt8Ee you iiknow how difajrreeablo In Its symptions are inflamed oyeatimrobhiiuuItemples ringing noises in the ears headaches capricious appetite ami constant discharge of mucus ort nn4 ately its cure is not a question of what you will give but what you will take If yon will take Hoods Sarsaparilla time great constitutional remedy whirl thoroughly purifies enriches and vital izes time blood you may expect to l e completely and permanently eumrI Time good blood which Hoods Sarsapa rilln makes reaching tho deli IIt tat I sages of tlio mucous UMmihran Hooths Flr ami rebuilds the tissues and ultimately cures all symplions of catarrh 1m In tho United States 87 per twits of children under 3 years of age dii from i gastro intestinal disorder An Important Diflr rcncr To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves ill that they are not afllictod with any disease but tha the systeiusimply needs cleaning is to bring comfort home to their hearts w a costive condition is easilycumid liv using Syrup of Figs Manufaftiupd the California Fig Syrup Co only and sold bv all druggists 7w V Cii qv + r IWe are the authorized agents for these rJ WO J i BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory any other agSnts are fraudulent and backed by nothing IDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO J 207 WEST MAIfJ STREET IC Xe f c i ww wp LrmnIi r Ir L 2 1 r I 4 rd V1ato I will pay the highest mar ket prke for produce of every description Call at L T Wilsons store near L S N R R and get my prices beforcgoing elsewhere A L QOTT octl8Sw r j t RrrG NDO FOR WEAK MEN Tho rroit French FemeiylawIlhIn ery- eek nf rvcry Aiurtcm It net mal quhky rrrt phricauiPerfcctI tha fsultof 33 din uincf r nm men Will rr1n tIyir lt nh end OldMen T ill recover tbrir yotitbf il vlcor It Ufa oro for FtuTv nrirrtiirr RCGENERO Is tho greatest Nervine mr rod In lii country Can In vo neht By mall UO pcrborxfre3CJ Ka thcrfilllJ rdunl th Iwxe ect 1 euro LircuUrj free Address the American office o- lE9K CEICIL roC S = for sale lr Perry oma cept3ly 8 tItjtI c 5 i f ZO 00 Bm = m m jo =C1 c g T i = IrIQ s = z fo61 g g j II i 0 1 0 i JE s = = s d E I 0 tttrtt E 1Tg 4 v gUlg gg g o cE- riII I o I giliJSH se eIri Ie iI II-I Itjw 2 C11i385YE333= = SDR CALDWELLSN uu ILLZNO1 CENTRAL snORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA tollman TourIst Sleeping Oar leaves Louis throughiyour a r 10 K II Fowler Traveling Piezter Agent UralBvllle K lee Retiinlng Chair Oars Louisville to MewphU and New Orle me- H HANSON Wt A KGLLOND 1 rit Chicago AO P A lxini ville rruKfof in hn i R jJty la Btfeot December S OAILV BXCRIr SUNDAY l m mm pm POI 1SIS I P LYe IticbmoBd Ar 110 72 K 7 W Winchester 42 6 I X I 4S Mararille g 30 II rh 8 6 6 17 W M Hen reetown 7 4 28 7 H II W Ar Praulilot Lve 7 340 Ask for tickets via Parte J K NEWTON O P A EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road IB addition to nhortcning the time to Memphis awl New O leans has madoltBasier Than Ever to Touch all points in Arkansas Teux Mexico Aristmi and California The- lIIotlioi train service with which the Illinois Orntrsls Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than lever to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Central is the only line which runs Free JUoUnlmc Chair Cmriti4 Vestibniled trains weeklyIIhnaijf fxmiaville every Thurnday 9 25pm ISGDIIllAI lijuiiton Saturday 8 4am l5pmArpmArrit Tnt fittte to CtSbnii Ipr dextrine to msikea comfortable trip to territory aHutl1 will ilo well to com K If KiwIerTravelinsPassen Airent IxHiinvlKe Ky Wu ALP KHJU A Q P A II O P Lonlsville Ky Chicago lit deeply i35 ECONOMiST RANGES Roofiiig Guttering and Gene Job Work tAUDE MTR County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county firstMon day Lexington Fayctte county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Monday ioorKolpwu Scpit conntythlrd Mon Icy MondayNicholaaviII I Monday Winchcster C Jark county fourth Monday v 5 V5rsaSllcs woodfonl county fourth Monday j h s G 1 ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS THE SYSTEM PELdEFFECTUALlX G LiJEApAGfrr S tiA BITUALPERMANENTLt ITS BjeffEcTS BUT THC GENUINE MAHTO BX jllNNIAJiGYRWuit J- raI ai efA eJ6 rcz PU WrflL Jan5ly Our 6oods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us tv trial I1IB ffi 3i 7thBi3 nd The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteAND Gioson rOTJ ABE A DEU03BAT and of coursewant a Democratic news paper The Chicago Dirpatch is the Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the widoptioii of the platform and tile re nomination of William Jennings Bryan Tuero has newer ben a political earn paign that will equal ill importance that of the one to be fought next year The Republican party backed by tIll money power of this country and Europe is alort anti aggressive Flushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy Democrats must be up and doing They must wajr an unce4 Binfj war upon their enemies In no better and moro eilective way can this be done Ulan by the circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers The publisher of The Chicago Dispatch will send a a copy of The Chicago Dispatch from now uutill January 1 1901 for 60 cents If you are not already tnk int this great political weekly SOlId in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce all your friends to join with you By a little effect you can easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other Democratic loaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 122 Fifth Avenuo oct4tf Chirairo Iiii nOR +++ + CALL AT + + + + 1 1SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saraloja Water Kept on Tap ss Phone 3 Second St RT0mW0ND RY EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY reliablewhlpIlhwhalebonewhat may on the road his wagon never will jivu way Uo have one of tuft finest Ktucks of road wagons roeka ways and rtiUlprtire I bncuiiH in Rich mend JOHN BONELSON lreY Kentucky Cirrjape Works kfeiV5Stei A KENTUCKY CROP REPORT CONDITIONS OF CROPS AND LIVE STOCK NOVEMBER 1899 liepHoB were received iliis month from ISO correspondents rei resiitint 102 cunlltiell VllEAT The clove of October saw practically the entire wheat crop stelud Tile cointeinpliUed tier Hgft irt estimated at 101 ns compared with tin acreage of 1893 U3 per cent of which was eeeded prior to Nuvrinher This in sinking cunt rust with thw snnio llIle of 1808 when fully 3il percent of tIle acreage remainod to lie srfwn The weter n wction reports the acreage the amo as last yiar the increase being ill the central Bintlun The southeastern section wlirp com parativelv little wheat is frown is not included in the estimate of acreage aud condition of tile wheat crop A considerable number of counties show a substantial increase in acrftae and a fuw of these report it the largest in the history of the counten This is offset by reports from counties when the drouth prevented time seeding of any but the tolaeco and corn lauds by reason of whirl the acreage material ly reduced The condjtioncolnp5iC8 with average year is 97 lor the past threo years the condition on November lisa been as follows 1813 tC 1897 G2j 1897 In the western section the condition In 91 while for the central section it is 90 The soilwas in most excellent con diLlon for seeding and generally there was sufllcieutlnoisture to permit rapid and perfect germination As a result the stand is good and the plant is vig- orOus In a number of counties local showers from time to time have made the condition phenomenally high lu the central section Bourbon county reports the condition 140 compared with average years Clark 120 Scott 115 j Lincoln 120 and Madison 125 In the western section Hickman reports a condition of 120 and Larue a condition 0112- Agnlnst these very favorable reports however are reports from coun ties where the drouth waslong and severe and where the plant had difficulty in sustaining itself against the combined influences of heat and lack of moisture In such counties the condi tion is correspondingly low Some in jury also has resulted from insects In Mercer county cut worms have caused considerable damage and in Warren the crop is infested with fly rcsowinJ to some extent being necssary Qn the whole however farmers have every reason to be encouraged by the prospects The cultivation was proba bly never better and now that the drouth is broken we may expect an improvement on oven the present flattering outlook PASTCKES AND LIVE STOCK Pastures have improved slightly dur ing the month The condition Novem ber 1 averages as against 65 on Octo ber 1 Feeding has been necessary and where neglected stock cattle especially are reduced in flesh Farmers have curtailed the number of stock on hand so as to better enable them to care for the remainder Few cattle are being fed for market and on account of the absence of the usual grazing and the scarcity of stock water the cennition of these is but 88 compared with average j ears Hogs Have been marketed freely and hit a small portion of the number fed remains unsold The condition com pared with averngo years is 00 Thirty two correspondents report hog cholera and 97 report none in county TIme weather JiltS been favorable and good progress has been made in hous lug the corn crop The yield has proven disappointing falling far below expectations More than the usual at tention has boon given to saving the fodder cropland time supply of roughage is considered ample LUCAS MOORE Commissioiiar of Agriculture A frightful thunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve tho best in time1woridsvilI kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Dolls Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile euro on earth Only 25 cts a box uns guaranteed Sold by Perry Thmas Druggict 1 Cj1c1QUEEf 1 CRESCENT ROUTE Pentecostal Alliance Convention Nashville Tenn Nov 2327 1893 Annual Convention National Hard ware Association Pittsburgh Pa Nov 1517 IKK- National Convention Womans and- Y W C Association Memphis Tenn Nov 182 1809 Annual Conference Alabama M R Church Birmingham Pratt City Ala December 712 1839 From pointR in Tonnc8s e only In the good old dl1Sha mans care for his health was marked by the completenessof which he lock ed himself up It was very un I healthy in merrydays robber barons to be outside of the steel case of knigthood It was vs steal every hour of the In our times a mar needs to lie armed inside rather than out Thegentle germ is lke love in that he laughs at lock smiths You cant lock him out but you can make it so mighty uncomfortable for hint that hell glad to get out and seek some other lodging diseasesanutrltionHtIlthgerm The health of the stomach and allied organs is assured to those who use DiscoveryIt givesnewThere is no alcohol or other intoxicant contained in Golden Discovery I used ten bottles of Dr rierces Colden Med VleasanPelletitrouble with Indigestion incr write Mr W T MonIgoodIIYcOandcanDr Fierces Pe11iousaess are women everywhere who suffer almost con 4 THERE because they cannot tiring themselves totell y their ills to a physician Such women can surely explain their symptoms and their sufferinKby letter to Mrs Pinkham atLynn Mass for the con 4 WOMAN HELPSWOMEN fidence reposed in her has never been violated Over a million women have been helped by her advice and medicine Mrs Pinkham in attending to her vast correspondence is assisted by women only If you are ill dont delay Her reply will cost you nothing and it will be a EfIfeeling painful menstruation and leucorrhcea I am so grateful to you now that I am willing to have my name published to help other girls to take their troubles to you Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound used as you wrote me has made me entirely well and very happy I shall bless you as long as I live Mrs Pinkham receives thou sands of such letters from grate womenMiss RUSSELL of 138 Grace St Pittsburg Pa j in a letter to Mrs Pink yham says Frcm child hood I suffered from kidney trouble and as I grew older my troubles increased hav incr intense pain running from my waist to my womb and the menses were very painful One day seeing your advertisement in one of our papers I wrote to you When your reply came I began taking your Compound and followed your advice and am now in perfect health and would ad vise any lady rich or poor to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound which I can praise above aU other remedies It is a wonderful help to women WALLACETON Mr John Ballard and faimly of Kingston are visiting relatives at this placeAt tile school house hero last Satur tiny night there was a republican speaking but the kind hearted fellows devided time with the Democrats and notwithstanding the inclement weather we had a very good crowd Mr J Tal batt Jackbou of Richmond opened the debate by going back to Jefferson and bringing up Democracy to lion Win Goebel Mr Jackson was lotslowed Louis L Walker an crat and an L N attorney of Lanacaster who howled about the Election Hill and the proposed Bill of tho Democratic platform concerning trusts His great cry was that the election commissioners appointed Repub licans who have a softening of tho brain He was followed byJudge Jno C Chenault of Richmond who on taking the floor wanted to see one of the Republicans who did nothnve asofteningl of the brain He spoke 50 utesand described all the State issues andcalled Mr Walker out on the NatI- onal issues which Mr Walker said were dead and did not amount to any thing in this State campaign Mr Walker closed by rehearsing his first speech A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada E Hart of Groton S D Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough sot in and finally termi nated in Consumption Four Doctors gave me tip saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth Iwould meet my absent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings Now Dis covery for Consumption Coughs Colde I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I nm saved and now a well and healthy wo man Trial bottles free at Perry and Thomas Drug Store Regular size SOc and SI 00 guaranteed or price refunded l Valley View and Vicinity From the Argent J II Million sold to Hil Morgan a bunch of suckling calvts for 130 John Calvert and Tom Hardinhave opened meat market on Main street Capt N D Jiurrus of the Baldwin locality lane rented his farm to A D Uurrus J H Million was thrown from a horse one day last week suet consider ably bruised but not seriously The CLIMAX with its Climagutoness call us the Argueite Says Brother Woods what were done to the Bath has been a damsite Last night at Baldwin BrutusSandurs accidentally discharged a icvolver the ball striking Mr Cumley in the head Dr J A Davis was called and dressed the wound which is not dangerous Tuck Baxter who joined the Regu lars three years ago is at home after circling the globe tie says he has Seen enough of the Philippine Island and the horrors of benevolent nsimiia lioll 11 R Smith F M Bryson and A L Brrson havo formed a partnership and will operate a saw mill near Keren Mr F M liryson will superintend the running of time mill riley are clever gentlemen and will undoubtedly suc celIA movement is on foot at this place to secure street lumps for our town It is a tiominendable undertaking and should receive the support pi every citizen who desiics to see our town forgo to the front with metropolitan airs At tho public sale of WJ Harvey near Itnlmvin last Saturday every thing sold fairly well Corn sold in tho field for 171 per barrel wheat sold for CO cents a bushels Two yearling heifera were bill ill at 50 75 out mule colt sold lor 20 Tho wife of J IL Tudor died at her home near Neb last week ago about years Flintnil Kervlcen were cumluctetl by Rev Wlt Llind of Richmond Mis Tiidnr was a de rout member of the Christian church and loved and respected by all who knew her She leaves a husband and evoral children J Bridges Editor Democrat iKincaMer N iisaym Quo Minute tuugli Curo is thw test mii for iruup I over used Immediately rc lievcs ami cures colluhs CItli4 cronp UKlliiiia pneuinoniii bmticIiilU grippe and all throat ind lung troubles It prevents consumption Perry and lhuwOl NEW TOES FASHIONS The latest tailor gown lies two or three inches on tha floor In back trimImetleatin dotted over with French kiiotsof black silk Tlie newest Paris skirt has a narrow box plnit iu the centra r f the back BctCIIInrenf pretty white nilk and iiiflfinosapijucs jnihroiiUred all over wltli IhtloOQ1 buds or forpetmoiiots Also seum Iwiuty crocheted confemioiia in hiK line are seen at Jhefiame fairyland of balmy finery 4 Astylish winteVcbsiUinat has 1 iftof black Iothitritiimcdvitli Belftiandij stitched with whiteljirbrossiiifi jjointul I The black velvet coat has stitched white rovers edged with sable Fur hints lire trimmed with tulle Rosettes are very popular in millinery They do not so much resemble chrysanthemums as formerly and sport usually a handsome buckle as a cell tropieceA new material for tea gowns and wrappers is a fine cloth smooth midlustrous as satin on 0110 side and woolly as eiderdown on the other The shoulder brace shown by A J Ditman of 2 Barclay streetis another ne of lila excellent specialties It trong yet supple and just the thing straighten up either children or- dults inclined to stoop Evening gowns may be trimmed very effectively with narrow gauzo or sntin ribbons gathered into little frills Fur tails are in evidence everywhere and frequently appear to formulate tile entire garment thoy are chosen to adorn Black gauze butterflies with chenille spangles are much used in milli They will lone an uptodale effect oven to a last seasons hat EVEIYN CABLE You never know what form of blood poison will follow constipation Keep Littlotrouble They are famous little pills for constipation and liver and bowel troubles Perry Thomas A wise man is one who is wise enough to know that be isnt wiwi enough to answer the question a fool can ask Were it not for his ability to make black appear white his pa tunic majesty would soon have to retire from busi nessSi hall dyspepsia fiftyseven years and never found permanent relief till 1 used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Now 1 am well and feeL like a now man1 wiitrs S J Iluiulng Murray Neb It is lie best digustnnt known Cures all forms indigestion Physicians every where prescribe i Perry A Thomas Some inttn have no business in politics and politics is all the business some men have If it takes nine tailors to make a man how many does it lake to tuisructa tuilormado woman IaGrippe with its after effects an uually destroys thousands of people It maybe quickly cured by One Minnie Cough Cure the only remedy that produces immediate results in coughs colds croup bronchitis piteuuiuuia and throat and lung troubles It will prevent consumption Perry and Thomas It makes i great dilference whether glasses are used under or over the nose There are 23GO central station plans for generating electricity in tho United States He fanlently I am heels over head In love with you She the cruel to quetfc How awfully upset you must ber It is a limiter of woudcr that nobody ever excused his tardiness by claiming that the sun rose too late +SOUTHERN BfllLMY IN KENTUCJY Bchedula In effect June 11 1899 No3LvAr Sheibyrllie0tXam 632pm iW7pu I5OpnkAr Lexington KU5asi ZlSpm lO35pn WESTBOUND No a No a No 4 Lv Lexington 730am 4SSpm 515un 537auAr6anArZAST1OUD- No WESTIIOUND STATIONS No14 U140mlt30pm 7lia7ZpmEASTBOUND WESTD0Uao- No mcl 62 STATIONS INa 16 ItNa 63 7SOpu5RipmSWP10 I025iim Lv VerRllos Ar T50am 4Kra1115am Ar Midway Lv tSOam lISPIrT4pmltl6 Ar Oeorgtn Lv 7OOum 30piz xsTuouN1LwE8Ti3oUNnf- No tNo II STATIONS tNo 5No 2 1401m 4Oipin Lv LoutifX Il4Oam 73Oj 44Sp1l1IDumOpxelASpmAr 3LvAr Lexington ls4sin lo35pt1 Ar Knoxyillo7eOpm 7lSaij liOpniArAr Jacksonville tOam ItSurnArArUacon LlOam PtG 1IIOamlvQmArAr low Orlenas 8Sm LoutssIIIoandCars No fonnccis nt Lexington dall with ttrmmtamJacliOJlTllCudcepingcnrabtween rlerporliecolumbia Savannah The only tine tcIU urrtJaeuonviUcItwcea Louisrillc dailyALouisville Icy rfy ALcuLv11IptrbS0ANiis4vpaja tTd DCWATtWaatOneton p c Loulavllle Ky r j VVV 71 llfcl A Rubber Tiro Factory Hero Mr a L Midkiff has installed the first ansi only plant in the county for tho enD tructinn and repair f rubber tires fur vehicles anil ia turniug out factory work at less than factory pri e8- Wo exiinineil hid work mid fouiiil It equal to any in pcrvice He wilL be pleased to exhibit lila own factory wo k anti quote prices Ho puts raby ir ties on old wheels mitt the lifo oJ tim vehicle is prolonged io thit twice theIr cost is slv inot to nioDtion jhu oiii fort derived oct25if T 011 11 ao- JJrI lI ct Tima TahIti No SJ Tilting EUcci Sun day June Tl ifSO T EAST BOUND ii rtNo9 dGau Ex Kx Sun Aar PM AM Versailles M 550 NicholasvlUe 1103 735 Valley Viow11 28 8 00 7 M Million 41 8 13 8 Richmond 53 8 M 9 00 P fit Union 1213 Mobcrler U 15 Brassfleld12 Panola123 m Irvine 1b n = m No24WEST JEiSanjEiSantEiSnuJErSun Mlrv1neitoberlcy = 229 zlO z 15 7 Union m 21Richmond 6 05 2 45 u tltloi 6 20 315 n Valloy VIew J U 3 30 m u NIchaUsrJUo 6 65 3lJ4 Versailles 7 50 4 4 A M IIK V K P M SoutherntrainstoAU trains connect with O N O T P trains to and from Cincinnati DlspatchcrW will find bell on lb in pre 170 and A very fine mode union frame with seven ribs steel and silver 1200 at the store Three gold with Suitable 1p free lion buds from I atre good ps I 0 t i 1 JOc 25c 50c i 00 s IP nae Insure your dwelling barns and other property In flue Grass Insurance Compa of Ky a home Institution Oives protection Fire Lightning and Tornado The and most reliable company for people of our now operating in the State and getr year as long as you continue In company Law Uichmond office Main Street opposite Court next door to State Bank Trust floor J H Pres C C Seoy you structing the exhausted can it It Instantly relievesand For sale Thomas 1863 T HAMILTON PKOPRIETOH and and Marble and Granite A tim M E Church on Street where they constantly on hand a large stock of II work to select from at prices to suit all elapses of Siy YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED T H7MILTON m i f in 4 no Insist COFFEE in 1 pkgs These articles mailed FREE for lion heads cut from 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