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RAY-BUR- CLIMAX NUMBER 24. Notice VOLUME 26, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1899. Excellent" Report of Infirmary. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 1 Jeo'ecf. REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES 3 'OpWcXaw All Work Guaranteed. ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COUNTY from board of pay patients, and ssrvice MAGNETIC HEALING, of nurses outside of the Infirmary, S9G2.76; from membership fee, $58; en2nd Richmond, Ky. tertainments. $31.75; donated, $14. To- Originated by Prof. S. A. tal mn omit from alt sums for the year. Weltmer, the most wonderful $1909.51. Expenses for the year $2000 27 man of modern times. Amount of overdraft, $52 7G. PHESEXTS This report was made at the beginning of our financial year, October 3rd, Profs For 50c worth of work. We are civinir A 1899, aud the overdraft of $32 78 was away watches, bieveles, sewing maimmediately made up. So that while chines, guns, S:c. &c to introduce our we began the year with an empty Graduates of North Missouri School of papor, PASTIME, a high-clas- s illustratMAGNETIC HEALING, Mobcrly.Mo., Treasury, we rejoice that no dollar of will be in RICHMOND on and after ed family paper of from 1G to 32 large debt overshadows our loved institution. Nov. C, 1809, to practice this wonderful pages; 01 to 128 columns of Chiee Good And now may we not confidently ap method of curing ALL diseases with Stories, Literature Art. Humor Letters peal to a generous people to come up to out the nss of drugs of Travel in Foriegn Lands, &c &c. CUBES under his method appear as tho help, of the faithful few, and by if miraculous, but such is not the case. And all you havo to do to get $42 worth I giving the small sum of one dollar an The method of Magnetic healing as of presents is to get 20 subscribers at Choice of three good nually become members of the Associa- taught and practiced by Pror. Weltmer, 10c each. Send 10c in stamps for full tion and have a share in this, the only is purely scientific. Magnetic healing office rooms over Dougparticulars, long Hot of presents and has been practiced in nil ages with public charity in our midst. our paper, PASTIME, for 0 months. hardlas & Simmons1 more or less success. Every generation We have just closed tho most pleas has had its healers, many claiming this Address THE PASTIME Co.. Louis- ware store, Muin St. ant and successful year in our history. healing power to be a special gift llle, Ky. Also very desirable We have the begiuuing of what we PROF. WEIjTMEK, THE MOST WONeight-rooresidence, DERFUL SCIENTIST OF THIS AGE, hope Will become a large endownment has demonstrated that it is not A A WOXDEKIUI. iiISCOVKP.Y. with modern conveniences. fund. The interior of the building GIFT, hut a science in every particular. Not onlj' cures, but keeps well. Is has been improved and beautified, the Prof. Weltmer has placed Magnetic sold by an organized company of refore-froof all healing grounds are in fine condition. We Healing in the sponsible business men and Las en- or curative powers. By the wonderful GRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. havo a full corps of experienced and application of his treatment, its curalorsctnent of thousands of Clergymen faithful nurses. The support and co tive powers reach every known disease. and noted people throughout the coun- operation of the physician.'and if one Those who are afflicted, with Rheumary. We speak of that wonderful In and Stomach thousand of our good men and women tism. Dyspepsia, Liver the Kidneys, strument, Electropoise, and ask your Cosnpiaint, Diseases of would give us one dollar annually our Heart Disease, Female Troubles of any V. Logan, deceased. It is an oblong reases. Pctry & Thomas. . areltil examination into the cures it We are authorized to annonnce JAMES C. LACKEY a candidate for problem would bo solved aud our fu kind, Nervous Debility, St. Vitas las wrought. Col. A. P. Nunallv, of connty, subject to the action Jailer of Madison tomb, beautifully chiseled and sur of the Democratic mounted by a great The halluwe'eii party given last Tues ture assured. Will you not do it? Danco. Paralysis. Asthma. Consumpurn. Chicago, writes: party. the Inter-Oceation, DenfneFs, Diseases of the Eyes, M. A- Lynn, President. Three particularly fine marble shaftB day night by Mrs. G. M. Adams in We are authorized to announce PETER G. 'Nearly three years experience with Tumors etc., Lost Vitality, Cam-er- , honor of Miss Annie Warren, of Nash PARRISU a candidate for Jailer of Madison and Goiters, sunken Chest. Magnetic jE ASTERN KENTUCKY REAL Electropoise only confirms the truth of county, subject to the action of the Democratic are those of the late Col.T. II. Hanks. ville, Tenn., was attended by some Mrs. Wm. F.. Bond, and Mrs. Charles Treatment will reach any disease if our rlaiuis. I say my friends that party. awn nnT.T.pn. fifty or sixty guests aud was a most inproperly applied. It Is knowing how We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS this instnment Is a most wonderful in- - a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, for Bond. The latter, was the beautiful teresting and unique social event. The that gives relief and cures We believe one term only, subject to the action of the Miss Ellen Witherepoon. This group ention, and I would not part with Democratic party. that any case of any disease can he TI0N AGENCY. supper was one of the mobt luxurious NERVOUS, WEAK, of monuments cost between $10,000 and cured by our treatment. So do not dis We are authorized to announce F. J. PERmine if I could get another." Send we have ever seen and the table aud pair, but come and see us. Consultati address for onr book gives letters from KINS of candidate for Jailor, snbject to the $15,000, and all were erected within the dining room decorations were as beauti party. action the Democratic tion Free last five or six years. DISEASED Jllanager. R. LE DAVIS, people who have been cured by Elec Terms: S1.50 per troatment or $7 per Capt. Ed Bell, who was one of Col ful and pleasing as exquisite taste tropoise. ELECTROPOISE CO., 513 In The County' Seat ol Anderson. week at office. Outside of office, special could suggest. Tho decorations gor lector Bodes' office corps, but who is i!',irm, Mineral and Timber burth Avenue, Lovisville, Ky. NO PAY terms. IN0 A day in Lawrenceburg was spent now in Collector Yerke's office at Dan- geously represented old times, consist Oilice Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to o p. m. Lands bought, and sold sept 27-- 1 yr THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT, very pleasantly last week. This pretty I orieinal with Drs. K. & Iv.. will ppfiville, resides in Lawrenceburg, and is ing of varied colored autumn leaves, little city deserves ft $100,000 govern one of lively cure lorcver any iorm ci jjioou or ears of corn, cum stalks with blades and on commission. her most popular citizens. It is tho result of 3) I Sexual disease. ment building, if any town in the Unit years' experience in tho treatment of Collector Posey and many other products from the harvest K. the.'O disease?. ed States does, for Anderson alone pays Representative Wilkes Morgan sent of autumn's rich content. In appropri Accounts in and out of the oyer of the internal revenue word to Madison ate costumes nine beautiful pantomimes WE CURE SYPHILIS that tho Dcmocracv of in the Eighth Revenue District of Ken- Anderson would roll up City taken for Collection. This tcrribio Blood Poison, tlio terror Winter Tourist Tickets Now on sale their old time were successively enacted. Each lasted The Optic Specialist, of mankind. viclJs readily to our NEW tucky. But the,good people there are majority. two oi three minutes and a prize was via Southern Itailway TREATMENT. Beware- - of Mercury, etc They may ruin your tyrtcui. 35" Write; or ca'l on me for further of No. Ml Foarth Avenue, Louisville, will be at not awaiting Government aid to im The long illness of Jesse Johnsou.one awarded the best pautomimist by a and prove their city. It is wide-awaparticulars. iHf uijruuuu jiuici, uicnmoaa, of the most substantial citizens ot Law- vote of the guests, which was given to fd ruins in tho joints, sore throat, hair cr falling out.pimplesor blotchc?, progressive, and probably has more renceburg, is greatly regretted. He has Mis Effie Burnett, who. with Hamp 'A3 eyebrows riftnLnfrpinent. Moberley Build-in)- :. OFFICE Room 9, ftfnmnph Sura Cves. htad- stage WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, new and handsome business houses one of the most beautiful homes in the Rush, played "Maude Mullcr." AnItirhninntl, Ky. achc, etc., you h.to the thU Illooil Voiwm. We solicit tho of and reoideuces than any place twice its place aud a family than which most otwtinato cases, and chillenge thot'i there is cient sacred fires were lighted, and world for a care we nccept for returning one day each, month. Eyes exam- size in Kentucky. It lias handsome none more charming PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. 1 i ho liK in the heart of selecting numbers, diving, cutting cards and cannot cure. By our ined and glasses scientifically adjusted. churches, good schools, brick streets, Kentucky. itiraln. nam WW blowing out candles, floating- small Lwm IimI ihn bnir C.E.W. disappear, tliorkm bewiines healthy, and f.yj three solid banks, one of the cleanest lighted ones on water, etc, we're tried to S man UEOHpOesiblo and safe. . newspapers in the State, the Anderson determine the fate of those wlio wished To at Tlirubbing llcadarlie News, and lots of pretty girls. There Superior Schedules and you to pull aside that mystic veil that iv noma quickly leave vou,-l- t middle-age- d R. E. ROBERTS, Thonrandsof xonns-ana literary and social organization Though Pullman Gar end italily men havo their Tis-used Dr. King's New LifePills. Thous hangs where sight and blindness are called the Thirteen Club, composed of by early abufes, liter excesses, ineutal ATTORNEY-AT-LAands of suiferers have proved their the same and peer into the uncertain worry, etc. No matter tho csurp,. our ladies, organized several years ago, New MethoJ Treatment is tho refeg-pRICHMOND, - KENTUCKY. matchless merit for Sick and Nervous future. The witche3 werelhcre, Despite the superstition associated with active and propitious, and Building.. " : oflice in Moberloy A Headaches. They made pure blood aud WECUREIMPOTEMCYgS The Onlv Lino Willi Vestibule Trains. 18" these ladies have defied it and strong nerves and build up your health three more charming fairies than Misses lAvd rcstoroall inrts to a normal conm- Winter Tourist Tickets via this line lived to bless the day they banded nro K. IV. MIUL.BR. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents Addie Grauer, Annie Warren And Ethel ry tiou. Ambition. Ufa and eneiBy a mart at principal points f permit stop-ove- r themselves together. Itcwcd, aud one fwl.i graced a hallowe'en Attohkby-at-LaMoney hack if not cured. Sold by Gamer never I Evfry caio i tmitrdindi-Ttl- l of. interest. Good to return unlil May Kev. J. W. .Tyler, a Kentucky. night or more becomingly presided !i amnnirmi-n- rn rn I iiiirn mi r wonder .i.ii..Hi Richmond. Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 1 ful siiccev. No matter what oils yon, 31, lDCO ttident of Central University, class '91, nifi.-in the liurnam Building, next door to over the destinies of unfortunate h conndcntially. Wo can consult us Iwn-I- . leiw-j- y armrr's National Ban. to Kuaranttotaaconn-pli-- h brainy andpopu essay medalist and a bank bachelors and lovely women. And the A SampiB Campaign Lie. Asheville and Hot Spring, (Nurth what wo Claim. lar student, is married and pastor of gay old bachelors actually.became so Carolina) in "The Land of tho Sky" Tho campaign is over but we must CURED the Presbyterian church, aud is highly call on lino Southern Ry. attention to another of the false re fresh that they had to be salted and thought of. curt-- : All principal Tickot Agents soil ports sent broadcast by the newspaper tlie nappy occasion wound up with a lid tr We treat and KVIMII1 KiUiMO;, IS IlI.KK'l t'1 Kev. T. S. Hubert, lately of Rich A rmitNieVAT-LAimpotkxcy. SKUHET through tickets via tho Southern Ey correspondents. This is an extract run for their lives paround the square, gHRTiuirrmti-:- .NNA'iTltAl. DlSrllAIUl-- f mond, is pastor of the Methodist KENTUCKY, itli an Indian and manv HM PllAJNS. 1 KICIIMOXD, PURITY OF TONE, from the report signed by Carl Daily, Valuable and interesting maps, book church, and we were not surprised to heretofore dark futures were revealed MaS consultation FKEi:. books jj stire, op- Oilie r over Taylor's Hardware traveling correspondent, who either FRl-nlets and information mailed free to any If unahln to call, wntn f learn that his learning, pity, eloquence a n Alum airem. h. the end of the race, and when one 13 QrK.STTON BLAXK fur HOME he address. Court Hoii-;. was not here at all or who is a past- 3 'f UBATMKXT. fairy found that she had been combined with great range and lovely nature have capitivated master in the art of lying lor political blue-eye- d SI J. C. Beam, Jr., Northwestern Paaa'r Agt., 11. IS. IIOUG, canght by a fleet old bachelor her SO Adam's street, Chicago. and power are some of the cveivone. effect: . AlTURXKY AT LAW. Miss C. A. Baird, Traveling Pass'r Acent. . Mrs. Will strong points of the Cono-ver- , Louise Parlin,F.ofLillard, who asthe at 216 Fourth ave., Louisville. Ky. 'At Richmond Gov. Bradley was met reath was almost taken. Winchester Kentucky Covington.was i:tM)N. W. A. Turk. J. sr. Cnlp, Sun. by two torch light proce-sionSchubert, Kingsbury tractive guest of Judge and Mrs A. R carriagesbands, two thousand , Ocn'l 1'ass'r. Agent, Traffic Manager, !tt.?Ci IS KirntHt. tin stairs. 3130 1 W. and citizens Washington, D. C. C. Washington, U. and Crescent Piano. A. Whedon. Wm. H. Tayloe, Hurnam here in 1S94. is the mother of who through cold and gale accompanied Ur. W. Wiion, Italy Hill. J Y .savs: CINCINNATI, O. Ass't, Gen. Pass. Agt., V. and T A.. - c it D M. OIIWNAULT, mm to the court house. A 6tand iiad heartily recommend One Minute tv bright boy, Master William Purlin Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. been erected in the yard, and from It Cough Cure. It gave my wife immed novl-t- f ATTOnNUYS AT LAW, Her husband Is a loading citizen, sorr the Governor spoke eloquently- - for over iate relief in suilocating asthma." li fell Lillard an hour to of the late respected Col. C C. Kkntuokthousand people." leasaut to take. Jiever fails to quick- RlOIIMONll, cure all coughs, colds, throat and of very sold construction Mrs." Parlin is a great social favorite As a matter of fact the Governor did Oll'u-oh Second street, over Clionis recommended to those Col. S. D.Smith (the S. D. signifying not speak from tho Goebel platform in Lung troubles. Perry & Thomas. ry. Hull's gm it who desire durability as Straight Democracy) who constructed the yard, and the audience assembled SELECTED FOB CXIMAX.1 pavements in R. LETCHER. well as a handsome ap the artificial stone engaged in thatRich in the upper court room, the capacity THIS BICYCLIST DIDN'T BELONG TO UNCLE work of which is at the utmost not over GOO. is mond in Attorney-at-Dup- , pearance and line finish. SAM. of. It is entirely within the hounds of truth Kentucky We have several styes. Some there. We can say truthfully that ;i'iihi.m), the ton thousand square yards he made to say that there were not 100 while OHi.te with T. .1. fmiith. Jr., over fFHOJt A MANILA PJtPEB. in Mahogony, Rosewood, in Iticlinionu not over iwo per com, persons in audience, the rest being C vin ton & Mitchell's . etc. Prices limffe from has proven faulty, a wonderful record nogro menthe negro women and so I ast night a laughable incident took and $225.00 up. Easy pay lianK levis, son oi air. .uoc zevis, oi great was the disorder that Gov. lat-- on the Luneta. It was the inimit ' able bicyclist, who is omni-presements. Kirksville, is achieving deserved Bradley threatened to "call out Atloruey-at-JMU- ), these evenings on the promenade, rid well-like- d success as a merchant. He is the militia," and lepeatedly Jold HARDING & RIEHM and is loval to welfare the darkies to keep quiet or he ing easily and gracefully along, enjoy the aftpr-Richond. Ky day spent in Moberley Uu.ld .ig. of his new home and ever ready to ad would not spank at all. If the weather ing the exe'eise, H. G. KENT, Agent, vance or nrotect her interests. At the had permitted no doubt the Governor oflice. 2HT3ICIANS. RICHMOND, KY. Out of the shadowy gloom of the frtquent fires that devastate the place would have had a large outdoor treos from the diiectiou of tho Pasig, Mr. Tevis is a leading volunteer in the audience. came the wheelman. Doffing, his hat, IMS. GIBSON, & GIBSON, fire department taking his life in his o held it in one hand, while with the to save the property of others. Spaiu's Greaimt Need. hand physician an if sunajiox, other he mopped tho sweat from his Mr. Charles Bond is probably the Kentucky Mr. If. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, Rl.l.MOMI. town's greatest benofnetor, having been spends his winters at Aiken, S.C. Weak brow, glancing erstwhile ahead, for the largely instrumental in her growth and nerves had caused severe pains in the belated and heavy minded pedestriau. Oifice in the (He . .linl Uaildmc, 18 and ao Sec 3D1 Strcei, ..er Wauc ldIrnitore. His invest' back of his head. On Using Electric Joy and contentment were supreme in material advancement. ments are in every form of industry Bitters, America's- greatest Blood aud the rider's soul, for his face showed no of From the opposite di ClUfi. HOOK Kit, Such a citizen is of untold value to any Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him traces care. rection strolled a tall, spare officer, ap place. RTEKISMiY srnr.F.oN, says this grand medicine is what He liwrouceburg is sadly in neeu ot lire his country needs. All America knons parently a captain, with his eyes an 'UradunJe IhUnriu Vrlaiiutry CvUrge. grily bent upon the easy going, but nrntwtinn. The money savea in re- that it cures liver and kidney trouble, masterful bicyclist. Specialty, and Sterility a tyeleriuary purifies the olood, tones up the stom When tho wheelman arrived direct up stairs, over store recently accu- nch, strengthens Ihe nerves, puts vim, ly opposite the officer, the jii" y pied by Kicmuonu Harness w , representa apr7-lI vigor and new life into every nuicle, Richmond. Ky. tive of Uucle Sam regarded the blue uerve and organ of the body. If weak, shifted, 'bcleggined" T . C. tired or ailing you nepd it. Every bot oicycllst, straightened himself stiffly. Medicine and Surgery. FINGERS. PRETTY tle guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by and, fixing his penetrating eyes upon Perry & Thomas, Druggist. 1 Oflie-Prathcr Huiidine, Main Street. HANDSOME BINGS ! the wheelman, commanded: fit VsriFi Telephone at residence (the Cnrr plce) on Woods-Jajik- s. "Put your hands upon the handle Broudwa) . Clarence Woods, The one desorve3 nnd Khould bo Kentucky. not UWirunee oi tlie Kichmonu CLI bars!" Riciistosn, --- --js-4 adorned with the other. MAX, but ji youth of 19, and Miss The rider slackened his pace appar James, 17, were married at J. A, ently not understanding, Our afsortineiit ofEVANS, M 1)., but when the G. W. James this week. Stanford Journal, Unknown namesake and Malinda: full import of the words dawned upon FINE DIAMONDS You are too young and inexperienced mm, ne tunica ms ueaa and yelled in Physician and hucieon, AND to tackle the trials and tribulations of nexorahlo glee, much lo the amuse- KENTUCKYthe connubial state, but we send our Richmond. FANCY GEM RINGS, blessings, and hope you may live to a uaei t of the people seated on the Will prove an interesting study. Our ripe oiu age. lJegm your career by benches: ''You go to h II I don't J.TAYLQK, . , DH.T. suliscnoing lor tlie lu'erior Journal belong to Uncle Sam any longer," aud prices for white, perfect ami Dnllian I'racliliuiuT in Medicine and Surgery, aud never inind the expenses. It is bending over the handle bars, scorched Double Heater with Tea Kettle Attachment. prems are very low. In Single Stone Kentucky the safest investment a young couple down the track before the discomforted Richmond, Diamonds ami Three Stono I'omhin can make in these days of trust' and SMOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE v is only a symptom not a officer could recover himself. tiqn. Itinera we luivc Bometliing especial v busts. and residence on Second Street. So are Backache, Air passes thron gh rcgisUra in heavily guarded feed door Into perforated disease. y attractive both in design and price, mixer rin; around top. ot heavy fire pot. then into Sre. fixing the air with To Cure a Void in ' Hue Day Nervousness. Dizziness and the Dr. II. H. Haden, Summit, Ala-sacases, in this vrarnroduces perfect eombuslionnna a creat savlnz ot luei. STJUGEH"?. Mijer ring also- protects bottom of rndiator from direct action of Sre and Cure is al Blu.is. They all came from an I think Kodol Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. F. J. YEAGER, insures us uursoiiuy. r I pretcrlbe it, and unhealthy state of the meniVll druggists refund the money if it splendid medicine. POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER strual organs. If you suffer-frollichtnoud, Ky fails to cure. 25c. E. W. Grove's sig my commence in it grows wun eon-- i No. 28, 2d Sf. tiuued use." It digests what you eat Deflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pot and radiator extends to outer any of these symptotm oct2o-um- . sep5-l- y nature is on eacn casing, forcing'tho iutensa heat from lower section ot Stove down to tbo and quickly cures dyspepsia aud indi DENTIST, if you feel tired and languid in floor where most required. When a fellow is told that he takes gestion. Jt'erry oj 1 iiomas. of Loujsvtujs, Ky., the morning and wish you could WILL IIEAT BOOM in bed another hour or two next door to Government Building cuke, he wonders if it is dough. lie the Extraordinary Offer. By attaching pipe t) Double Heater Collar and extending to register infioor i ulchnmnd, Ky. unice uours bad taste in the if there is a above. If not used in that way, beat is distributed to all parts ot room and novl7-l- y .' opening can be utilized as a tea kettle attachment in addition to griddle mouth, and no appetite if "I wonldn't be without DoWitt' Time of Trains at WinchestcnXy. The Climax anil the Ohio Farmed hole top. Witch Hazel Salve for any considera- - (weekly) there is" pain in the side, back V for S1.50 till January 1. 1001. y)?. FRED SMITH. FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE MOii," writes Tliomas 11. Ilhodes.Center-tield.O- . or abdomen BRAD FIFXD'S WEST BOUND-Infallible for piles, cuts.barns The best bargains ever offered In good 6 55 am Circular Draft Regulators- on Ferd and Ash Pit Doors are valve seated, FEMALE REGULATOR will Mt. Sterling and Lexington Aysim . DENTIST. reaihni;. Tlie Ohio partner is clearly 7 30 am fitted until absoluely air tight aud Warranted tb remain so. They are and skin diseases, Bevare ol counter Express for LouisviUe ... briny about a sure cure. The 3 00 pm over Collim Grocery, same office Eastern and Lexington Aicora .. the loader otthe agricultural press ot mounted on heavy, quick acting screws, working la a detachable yoke, and Morehcad feits. Perrv & lhotnas. 4 50 pin when opening screw in, not out. preventing breakage ill use. lately occupieil by Dr. W. w uurKin. janii-i- j doctor may call your trouble Vew York Limited f. e..r America. It is thefanuei's paper.prautl-- l Latin Call at the OAS II HARDWARE UOUSE.of some When a man is energetic by force of cai, renaoio anu enicnaiuing. i weniy EAST JIOUND. name,Tjut ne ver mind the name. naiies weekly, with 8 15 am xlnglonaudMorrlead Accoui habit ho begins to be a money power. aud coniple market liberal illustrations .11 58 am reports from all the H. . The trouble is in the menstrual Sew York Limited F. F. V. 6 SO pm leading marke.t cenleis. No farmers Lcxinston and JtL'Sterllng Accbm organs, and Bradfield's Female 9 83 pm Wflshfnirton KxpreBV PUTNAM FADELESS home is complete without, it. Regulator will restore you to Who will be glad to show yon this stove as irell as h fall lino of other heatYdu otlght to know niiire AccummoUatSdntrains'run daily except Sun DYES DO NOT STAIN THE great Agricultural paperi'" It about this ers and cook6tov.es, grates, etc. No. Sa West Ninth Street. Cincinnati, Ohio health and regulate the menses run aaiiy. will pay win haotthc Ilnl.il dimmer. Richmond, Ky., on day. Otter trains HANDS OR SPOT TH you in dollars and cent to read it a like clockwdrk. mchl-l-y bottle. A het Sld by druU! tu& Jiwonu u lequeu Illustrate! rates or aleeperreservatlous KETTLE. - Sold by C: L. venr. Subscribe at once and cet tho I nulled tu WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1S09, Fc.-- Information,- li- uvuv. Ageni,;.H.Ky., look nU tx KM uny cslionorwfltc full benefit of LLJL- L JL SL, L 1 nohMMin ' K V searey, waeo, ivy, Tliomas copies ot ootn this great offer, fc'dinple a .a-THE MtABFIELD REGULATOR C0. . . . . n.H ISJ ' papers tree. Don't watt. returning every seuuou W, BABHKY, ATtAKTA, OA. o25-li- n & Adams, Panola, Ey. xntivvf Write us jj t. A. C. & O. Ky., Lcilntofl, xy. tf Street, J For Rent m -- w .ud Muuii ui iuq isciuoirauc rally. A&SQLVieev we are authorized to announce C. ii. N a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. Makes food delicious We are authorized to announce D R. TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk -- subject to the ROVAL fiAKma PCWSCS CO.. MEW YORK. acuon 01 tne Democratic party. We are authorized to announce M. M. MILLER a candidate for County Clerk, subduced insurance, the sense of security, ject to the action of th Democratic party. TO WILLIAM M'KINLEY. We are authorized to announce JESSE and the convenience of waterworks, COBB a candidate for Connty Clerk, subject should appeal with irresietihle force to Selected tor Climax. to the action of the Democratic party. her citizens. While no town in the Taou In the surface voices ot the throngs FOE SHERIFF. Art seeking guidance at this crucial time; We are authorized to announce JOHN F. State has more new buildings, no town WAQEES a candidate for Sheriff of Madison has had more frequently visitations A. finer ear would barken to the wrongs county subject to the action of the Democratic Whose stifled cries protest against thy from the fire fiend. With waterworks party. crime. . We are authorized to announce JOHN W. Lawrenceburg would be practically in A'armed at portents ominous fate, BALLARD, of White, Station, a candidate for dependent. Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic A presage of ambition's sure reverse, party. A city that can boast of a well kept Thou speedest through (he land, lest time be We are aethBrized to annonnre MATITTK cemetery with comely monuments to late GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison To shield thy party from the people's curse. county, subject to the action of the Democratic its beloved dead, is proud of its history party. and of those who made it what it ip. With despot purpose, from thy faithless tongue We are authorized to announce P. B. BROAD-DU- S Nowhere in Kentucky not in .Louis The empty prases coined in freedom's name. a candidate for Sheriff of Madison rnnnt v. subject to the actiin of the Democratic party. ville nor in Lexington do remember In tones stentorian to.'the breeze are Sung, Vainly to hide thy deed of lasting shame. FOB ASSESSOR. ver to have seen a handsomer monu r We are authorized to annonnce JOE flT.n- - ment than that erected to the memory No eulogy of Lincoln nor cheap praise Of liberty thy downward course can stay; IIAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo of the late Christopher C. Lillard. It He sought through roartyrdomSTthc slave to ' cratic party. is of'uiiusual design, the stupendous' raise, We are authorized to announce JAS. L. capstone weighing probably ten tons. Thou from enslaving men are held at bay. t BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the actjon of the Demo- The entablature is equally massive, and The aid besought shall be to thee denied; cratic party. tlio base is a solid block ot marble Disheartened, disappointed, thou shall find Wo are authorized to annonnce GEORGE own, and igjit feet by Ave. The design is Thine memory not the Nation's suicide NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison, Thy to dread reproach consigned. county, subject to the action of the Democratic nique, wonderfully striking in its William Lloyd Garrison in Springfield,Ma3s., party. niassivenefes, and will bear the name of Bepublican. We are authorized to annonnce Q. W. DEATIIERAQE a candidate for Assessor of its honored dead to the remotest future. Madison county, subject to the action of the Another costly, but more ornate Geo. Nolaml, Rockrainl, 0., says: Democratic party. My wife had piles forty vears. De- We are authorized to annonnce BUD DUNN. piece of work is the monument of the Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her. of the Glade District, a candidate for Assessor, late "Wm. II. McBrayer, a benefactor of It it the best salve iir'Amerir-a.'subject to the action of the Democratic party. It Central University, and uncle of Mrs. heals everything and 'cures all skin di- FOB JAILBB. W8 are authorized to announce ARCH K A VANAUQ II DOTY forCount Clerk, sucject Royal "Pure the more Baking Powder to Creditors. Editor Climax-- : FURNITURE. ml TT- and wholesome All parties indebted to Thos. E. Qibon, dee'd. , are requested to call and settle at once, and all narties havlnir claims atrainst said de ceased will file the same with the undersigned properly verified, on or Pat ti A. Clay Infirmary Association or same will be barred. before January 1, 1910, JAS. V. GIBSON. Admr. for the year ending September CO, 1S99: nov8- FLORIDA GIUSON, Admrx Recf-ivefor county patients, $000; received for city patients XX);receIved Will yon kindly give to tho public the following condensed report of the -l " 11" " "tell and Pea.eef ul ! I have received a large shipment of the handsomest couches ever brought to Rich-man- d and will have them on special sale for the next- few weeks, at prices ranging' from $12 to $40. , New, fresh, attractive designs and patterns'. - nt I TAKE A PEEP into my store and view line of desks a reaSsir avalanche of beaut'' which are being offered .at prices out of joint. :ta? MIH, CURE' Dr. Goldstein, Ex-Depu- ty uODTHERIRAILwAY two-thir- I $ - I ly him-el- . Among my harvest of furniture fancies, there is no hue more complete than our "Window Shades. beautiful display of Every stsle, every color, and every price. Call and examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kentucky. i. fur-ni-- J. 250,000 ; war-whoo- 220-22- 2 W. Main Street, 23. NIGHT PHONE 23. DAY PHONE (Kennedys Kerga 22 Fourth St., m Mttul RICHMOND, RY. - to e H Ik Mm ktanl Co., 'IX)-"J- 1, OF UBXI1NQTON, KY. T O. Lowry, El .$186,000 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS $ 72, 75 4.60 RESER YE AND S URPL US. IThe Imm ol Lib Insurance. Wo pay the samo profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for tho protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to TK. S7VHTH BOiAOTKN, SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. KY. 7- MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. ej-om- JASPEllrM. white-trousere- MOOSE'S ilR-TIGH- T EEHIS what u e . f ? want m Mjy is preference to all why you should get it and no other: It gives more heat and uses less fuel. It is 1 . others. Reasons Ma-lind- -- - ... heabLche Hot Blast Peninsular. - built and like a hot air furnacel It has a large radiating surface, more substantially which circu- ys: a lates the air rapidly, and heats the rooms evenly. It isa double heater. No dirt from" ashes, as it is carried-awa- y . - . high-soundi- Dr. Louis LandmaR if tion and easy to opThe design of the stove is perfect. The blacking facing never burns off and is of the outside bright all the year round. For sale by patent ash ilue. has perfect erate. by tho It 1 1 1 u - it 1 1. 1 UID wjjtm 1 WM, 7f 7w 7W Main Street, Richmond, Ky. to-da-y. mocd, Ky. f f ,7f 7K 7f 7f i 7St f f 1899- - "Necessity is the The Richmond Climax. OFFICIAL. VOTE, INOVEiVlBBR, Vote of J. C. CIIENAULT..A. 1). MILLER . C. E. WOODS.. -. . . . Proprietor. Business Maniger. Editor. 15, 1885. For For For Governor. Senate. Bepre'tive. Co. Judge. For Mother It aaaan PRECINCTS. a o S i- ss" WEDNESDAY, NOV. rUHLIHHKU XV - -- gg ; J S- - ? : go i ! ; 2 Kit V WltDKICSUAY BY oo TJiq Climax Printing LATKST al Cc Court House OityUall Univemity Chenaalt. Wuite Hall,....- McCreary... .!. Tipton. Karanauch Kingston llunounnon nnrnam Tevis Crutcher l'oosey Newuy niggeretatt Total . Majority 1S96 ffS g : : ! ; ; 1S9 i. ! i I 4J3 vH 2M 111 1S r(K Ylrn1:i. n " Cnurirr-Journ- liml of 89 128 71 2(3 172 107 97 110 15 171 190 103 22S 232 M 89 95 174 117 156 41231 13 103 H9 220 100 111 120 172 111 191 3 113 5, 184 9 S3 4 151 221 102 110 1SS 9.S 191 J19 178 111 - 150 22J 93 111 155 K9 Waco llelnl returns f rin 1 18 iiiutfe-- . In ! lln Jcili'iHin and JlnrrL-on c iiiiiii-('Mint lias nut ben runplcU'd. Tim result or tlir- - count in Knot I, l.ttchvr, l'ike ami Floyd is unknown. Fo far j.-- r putted, on ( (Dcit.l returns for 113 cotintios ntitl uiiofl'icial returns for (lie rest, Mr. Unobel has a plusality of 1,037 of llio uncontested votes. Of the contested votes, there is a net piurality of 1 Oil for Taylor. Contests am pending in Nelson, Knox, Johnson, Christian, Mercer and Puhibki counties involving plunditics of 1.277. Tlie Courier-Journtills morning ajjain presents the lieu res to dale, showing the precise situation in the. State. The Republicans are Mill claiming a plurality of about .1,000, but they aro losing thoir air of confidence al - 78 Ut 156 186 117 15S 181 125 110 116 2. T6 3 77 12. 'I W 171 268 93 1"6 268 Hrarwallow Ulue Lick- Bcrea '.. 18i 230 125 75 76 68 111 90 68 96 141 i 3 l3 lf2 124 2 230 , 126 131 162 68 85 97 71 152 41 131 115 115 110 124 178 3 261 1 118 1 129 1 53 II 113 3 139 3 135 77 179 184 117 220 250 117 l.8 120 51 116 131 118 2799 153 155 133 85 66 03 137 119 91 63 168 80 17S 156 153 182 131 i 163 W C 1.1 69 113 167 2712 1S3 118 219 251 112 120 62 116 137 lo 181 2V0 80 85 CO 118 220 112 114 60 148 1& 97 113 158 93 C9 115 1C7 ru III llll U I 'ir.U ti.o Ar.,ii;fin Prjintv Teacher's Asso "UUUU .meeting of the ciation will hold thn last year at Mt. Pleaa'ant, next- - Saturday Below is i lie program: -- FOR' 10:30 was the necessity for an AddressMu6ic. Ncll.Mcr- - W Vclcome--Mi- sS of honest, reliable blood purifier shon. . Response Miss Lena and tonic that brought into School Manngemei t 1' aimer. Cobb Jesse existence Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a. John Noland. Our Schools J. W . Wagers. is a highly concenwill move, free of charge, How ran 1 best use my timo till next trated extract prepared by a school term7 Mik. Flprenco J'ozier, carftassies of horses anywhere - ner, Annie xwncan. The residence, contains S combination, proportion and Misses Alina Scriv' ' Diunei. 1 ot, in Madison county. process peculiar to itself and Secrets of success in teaching J.B. rooms splendid . giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla Harris. n.av wn dvelop good rciu.'-iise- -i good stable and outbuilding js, ImVL pay in cash, 50c for How unequalled curative power arbor and Annie Ilutrjely, Alhe TrL ble, every dead hog. is. lis wonsferfoI record of cares has ma.de Mrr. MiiSsie Powell of Truth-G.J All conveniences. For s ale O ation Triumph it Amerkx's Greatest Medicine. Wall pay S1.50 per carcass for a bargains. " fume good CrookePntrons-- G. C. Fatris. Rosy Cheeks Our dead cattle, health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's Huw lo keen woll? Dr. Perry. r rlfirivfi.-- l .11 DDI ft .1 5 R.,inrc. It buUds me up and SarsaparSIa. n and will move them at saves doctor Mis." Mary A, Barke, enntun in lending MISfibteiia uhukiw. AII teacuern novS-2Mv Year'u Exner ence-expense. East Clair St., Indianapolis, Ind. . pretent. Teachers Association. of Invention Nice Residence - I I L' It II Si HI mumtiUW I I IUI It I A1 I 'ioooeooooeeii55SS2r2??0 r' JW????:?????????:::::::::::::: -- A L a mm mm ZT 9I a W It A LE lare ! WANTED! so... ( I tie.... so.-eoo- .. ? fin 0u d ca 9 e 0J xfj CO.... .. . uu -- 9 o3 JO Oo... .. "d'j -- & jrape at fruit trc a... .. 99. ... Qoa.. s ... a a '9 & O. 9)o... .. Sac... tuui-lip- I m-ow- as.. S09. Q)8... o... Irightest and Best Display! .. ' 1 a , .ca - , o ''J -- t I'll . ea g 129 279G 130 2308 72 Removals TUr nn.l Mrs. Will Powell will take rooms witii Mis. Buckhnnnan. Mrs. If Tj. White has rented Mr. D- B. Shackelford's reaidenco on Second 2715 2111 2802 84 2833 274 93 2736 81 McKinley received in Madison 3,100, Bryan 2,756, Palmer 71. Notk In ford (D) 2.859, Bailey (It) 2,732. Hindman 123. In 1S97, Shackel- Hood'i Plllt care only cathartic to llrtr llli ; the tmVo and with liood't BariaparilU, Note Ballots ran out in Biggerstatf and Democrats lost about 19 votes thereby. street. Ouangk St., Richmond, Ky. 0... Os.. 0 CO, b Broil li Commissioner's 8a. us... 909... 0. Q9. t3a. Sea... care Hurst & Fowler. The Tammany ticket in New York won by majorities ranging from So,000 to 00,000. heretofore boon Ftroncly Republican, San Kmncisco, Cal.. gave a Democratic majority of 0,000 in the municipal Notwitiista.xmno, the city has election. 'it tracted meeting iu Louisville. Rev. S. A. Owen has tendered hi resignation as pastor of the Missionary Baptist church, this city. There could be no services at the M. E. church Sunday on account of the furnace being out of repair, hence no way ot heating the building. Rev. Arch C. Creo,"who preached at the Baptist church ou the third Sunday in October, will preach for that congregation next Sunday, Nov. 19. He is both a pleasant aud instructive preacher. All are invited to hear him. An unusually large crowd beard Rev Jasper K. Smith's masterly sermon last Sabbith morning He chose his text from Esther, fifth chapter aud latter part of 14tli verse. "And who kuoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this." His discourse whs most interesting and dealing as he did with the history of the Jewish peopleat the time Of Queen He laid especial stress upon 'the fact, and one it is, that there has never been a critical or serious period in all the world' history that God did not raise up a great and f . lniii.m 1 ? M.P.aofir lino f. tmi1 good man, a deliver as it weer.for such guot this week Miss Susan Cromwell, a time. His sermon was in everv way of Danville. beneficial, and we were grateful that Mrs. Leonard West, of Irvine, visited as many as did, heard it. her aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith, several days List week. Miss of Lexington Sisii'oox-TussE- Y. Jones Simpson, of is the gue.it of her aunt, Mis. George' Garrard county, and Miss Nannie Tus-serrewitt, on Third street. of Madison, were married at Judge Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moseley, of Turpin's office Wednesday. Owensboro, are visiting at Mr. James At tho homo of Hamilton, on l'iftli street. the bride, near Winchester, Thursday. air. and Mrs. liios. b. Arnold wore Mr. T. C. Turpin, of this county, aud the uuesU of Mr. Robert Willis at Win Miss Annie Schooler, of Clark," were chester, I nday and Saturday. united in the holy houds of matrimony. Mr. John Shackelford, of BirmingBergsiax West At tho First Bap ham, Alabama, is on a visit to hisold tist church, in this city, on Thursday Making assertions is one home, looking well and happy. alternoon, Mr. Robert M. Bergman and Mrs. Jane Shearer returned Friday Miss Minnie West, were married by thing proving them is an- from a visiting to her daughter, Mrs. Rev. M. B. Adams. Miss West Is the charming and pretty daughter of CapL u. w. fatiearer, in Itansas City. other. I. T. West and wife, and is universally Rev. Lapsoy McKee, wife and little of her graceful, The living proof of what we sou. oi rov Albany, aro visitintr Dr. J popular on accountShe was tho organwinning manners. L. McKee ist are going to say prompts us vocate. and family. Danville Ad ed of her church anct is an accomplishmusician. Mr. Bergman is a handto Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Hocker and little some and hustling young merchant at it every time. daughter, Jane McCord.ot Stanford.are Irvine, Ky., and is very popular with We are the heaviest buyers visiting at Mr. Mark Phelps in the all who know him. Miss Cordelia Bull, of this city, was the maid cf honor, with Miss Annie Wagers, of Estill of carpetings in Central Ken- county. Miss Annio Wagers, one of Irvine's county, and Miss Harriett McClure, of tucky. Qui- - stock will dwarf most popular young ladies is visiting this city, as brides-maidFlower girls her aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith, on Sec Ruth Hanley aud Margaret Cryer, the holdings of any competi ond street, cousins of the bride. Mr. Will K. of Lexington, was Ilev. and Mrs. Horace G. Turner re Mr. Charles Miller, of best man, with tor atjaiiy time in the year. and turned baturday from a visit of several Jas. M. West, brother Irvine, brhlo Mr. atdays to relatives at Ambrose, Jessa-- tendants. Messrs. W. o" the Wo establish the lowest re A. Bull. Joel ij miiio county. and J. 11. Head, tail prices the beginning of Mrs. F. B. Jasper, who has been visit Newton Jr., Westorn Furr The wedding were the uthers. Jasper and son. Dr. H. was a beautiful the season and maintain inir her Wednesday C.for a visit to fam being played by one, the wedding march ily, left Prof. Wavland Graham her whose pupil Mits West wai. The them. We follow the sfc'le daughter in Lexington. Mrs. McFerran Crowe nnd little church was full of the friends ot the contracting parties to tes ify to the high changes' the newest patterns daughter, Eliral-eth- , have returned to esteem iu which they are held and of their home in aiwaj-- s come to light first in beveral weeks Versailles after n visit oi llio earnest desire for their future to relatives in this city. health and happiness. Directly after Mrs. John It Pates aud daughter, the ceremony the happy vouuir counle this store. Jeannctte, and Miss e6Sie McGinn, of left for a wedding trip. Frank fort We are directly associated Versailles, attended the Gillispie- - Roundabout Moore wedding at JNortn nuciaietown with some mills, yet we buy yesterday. from all mills that produce Miss May Escott has returned from a ana JMiciiolasville. PoiiLiTT. Friends here of Rev.F. S visit to accompanied bv Miss Colin Scott, of tho Pollitt and wife, -- will ho grieved to standard goods. learn of the death of their infant son, latter place, who is now tier guest. The proof of all we say is Mielby Sentinel. wiuiam burner, agea six weeks. east Editor C. 15. Woods, of theliichmond as plain to those we serve as Climax, was in town laat Friday visit of Pioa. At her home four miles Mrs. Richmond on Saturday last, ing the family ot ins brother. Air. Win. Nancy Pigg, widow of the late Johnis to us. years. Her U. Woods, and, while here, paid the son l'igg, age eighty-eig- ht News a very pleasant call. Anderson death was duo to old age. Six clildreu survive her. They aro: M. II. Pigg, News of Lexington; W, W. Pigg, this city; M. Mrs. Sam Stone, of Frankfort: Mrs. V. Pigg, of this city; Mrs. J. H. BQggs, Cassius Clay, of Paris; Miss Katie ot Jessamine county; L. P. Pigg, of Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Stone wal Kansas City, and It. J. Pigg, of this ker and son, of Richmond, are gnestn city. Funeral exercises were conductIn tho city Lex. Leader. Nov ed at tho residence Sunday, thence ember 11. burial in Richmond Cemetery. main and broadway, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Barclay and Covell, Lexington, Ky. little son, of (jaivin Illinois, are visit Resolutions are well kept when they ing at Mr. JJurgln's iWu jump with incliftfttieu. Golilwulth. life-lonn, is claimed that more money wae Fpout by the Republicans in Ohio, dur ing the caminin jiibt closed, than they 15)00. F)eiit in tlto Slat during the last RESULTS ELSEWHERE. l'rtehltuilud cainpaiu, and yet Is ash Elections occurred in 12 States on the foil 60.000 bhort of a majority of the 7th instant, namely, Ohio, Pennsylva total vote ivs. nia, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Jersey, editor of the New York, Kentucky, Maryland, Vir JIr. II. F. American, who is now in ginia, South Dakota and' Nebraska Mnnil V afeliinstfon. said of Gen. Otis: "I In Ohio. George K. Nash, Bepubli personally know that he has not been can, was elected Governor by a Thesamo gentlo-mn- n ty of about 50000. at the Anns line." eaiil: ' I f.iimd the Silas A. Hol- lu Nebraska, bcntimant in the United States much combe, Fusionist, was elected to the than 1 hnd any idoa it could Supreme court bv a majority ranging be." from 15000 to 20.000. In Maryland, John Walker Smith, Tub most execrated, dead and damnDemocrat, was elected Governor by 12,- ed man in tho State is Traitor John Young I.rown. Words fail to givo full 000 majority. New York and New Jersey elected oxpreesion to the contempt all honest men feel for those, who having been Republican Legislatures. niiule wlmt they are by Doniocrncy. V. .Murray Craue, Republican, was turn, when they llnd they can get l.o elected Governor of Mnspachubetta, and more out of it, to be its, bitterest foes. Leslie M. Shaw was elected Governor J.et all Mich ye anathema marautlia. of Iowa. Interior Joiirmd. the Itopublicans In Pennsylvania elected a State Treasurer and Judge of Tub llook Trust made a special ef the Superior court, and the Democrats fort to defeat Hon. iM organ Chinn, of elected H. I). Greene in the Ninth dis because ho was Mercer, for l trict to fill the vacancy caused by the tlio author of the Chinn Hook Bill death of Congressman D. M Erinent- They succeeded, hut ho will have his raut. as the bill which leward. As In Mississippi A. II. Longiuo, Demo hours his nnine becomes a law he will limit) ProMile.il of the Kentucky crat, was elected Governor. be Viistnia elected a Democratic LegiE School Communion, and what he will tilasgow lature. do to them will be News In South Dakota the Fusionists are reported to have elected their candidate "I r Goehel in elcetcil," said an to the Supreme court. Deiiin'THiii: lady yestprday. Iu Ohio, George K. Nash, Itepnblt-dan- . It will i'o the iimndcst victury evel received a plurality of tho votes, recordiKl. 'J'he .'UnMmuiou of and was elected Governor, but fell 50, i)eni'crat8, Kepubliciiiis and what000 short of a majority of the total vote way o s, fiahtiug in tiie iiiider-haiide- d cist. they did, could have almost beat Jesus Christ " And then she blu lied for hnviuu put it so strong, though not a bit too strong, we toll hor. Interior Mrs. S. E. Tbnrman is visiting her Journal. son in Lexington. Mrs. Henry Pickels is visiting rela-Usitbii Status Senator Win. E. ii yea in Jessamine county. g Hcpubli-ciMason, of Illinois, a Mr. Jeptha Chenault is. recovering has publicly announced that he from an attack ot Malaria. wilt fight McKinlcy's Philippine policj Mrs Joe Carr has returned from a through the coining tension of Congress visit to relatives at Irvine. and he further says his party has not Mr. Thos. Ballard, of Lexington, is I a chance to speak on the subject, visiting relatives in this city. but if when it meets in 1900 it should Mrs. J. T. Vilker8on, of Lexington, declare in fnvor of such a policy he will is visiting relatives in this city. resign hii seat in the Senate, because, Mrs. Jennie Grider virited relatives he could no longer represent the parly in Ford Saturday aud Sunday. and the constituency which made him Miss Hattio Ballard, of Springfield, Senator, and tho honest and decent Illinois, is the uuest of Miss May Balthing for him to do would be tore- - lard. sign. Mrs. W. R. Llovd hag returned home after a visrt to Mrs. Kate Flemings iu Midway. Mrs. Mat S Cohen and Miss Leta Pelaud spent Friday aud Saturday in Cincinnati. Mrs. Hugh Riddell, of Irvine, is'visit-m- g her mother, Mrs. Thomas Shelby Lexington, Ky. iu Lexington. ex-Go- It Hon. W. J. BiiVAN Saturday evening gave to tho press an extended statement, summing up the results of tho elections in the different States. On the Kentucky election he says: 'The the result does not give any enThe couragement to tho Republicans. latest returns show the contest between Goebel and Taylor is very close. The Democrats claim tho election of Goobel and the entire State ticket by small pluralities. The Legislature is safely Democratic in both branches, and the election of Blackburn to succeed Lindsay is assured. No ono who has watched the contest will doubt that the Demociacy will unite on national is sues. Kentucky can be depended up on for a mnjority of 20.0C0 or 30,000 in PERSONAL House. Mrs. Barclay, it will be re membered, was formerly Miss Hallie Dozier, of Red House. v Judge J. C Chenault, Messrs. A. D. Miller, Jo Wilson and Neal Anderson left last night for Estill, where they will enjoy a few days hunt, and will thin out Estill's crop of Bob Whites, to the number ol "steon dozens. Miss Lizzie Barrett, of Richmond, loft vesterday lor her home alter a visit to Mrs. Archie Goodloe, on Ashland Avenue. Mrs. Goodloe's friends are glad to hear that she has entirely recovered Irom tier recent illness. Herald. Col. "Goose Egg" Owsley was hero this week. looking much butter than for pome time. He Is now on duty at Mocks in BoyI, and is boxrding at Rice's restaurant in Danville. They don't grow better boys than '"Goose Egg." Central Record. Mrs. H. M. Rogers, of Ohio, and Mrs. J. M. Benton and family, of Winchester, returned home Monday, after visiting their mother, Mrs. Curran C. Mrs. Smith celebrated her Smith. birthdaj fast week by having her five children aud six grand children with her. An elegant allalr was Mrs. L. R. Blanton's reception last Tuesday, in honor of Mrs. E. B. Hume and the Whist Club. Mrs. Blanton's reputation as a hostess is already established and her cosy home on the Summit, never looked prettier than on this occasion, which was in every way and in keeping with all former entertainments given by this most popular of Richmond's matrons. Tho many friends of that most popular lady. Mr6. C. D. Chenault, will be glad to know that 6lie has recovered from her recent illness, and is again able to be out. Mrs. Chenault is I'reMdent of the local Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy, and is doing everything in Iter power to mako the State meeting, which will be held in this city, the 23'mst., a success. She should be aided promptlv by our citl zens in her efforts in this behalf, and furthermore to see that each nnd every delegate is properly cared for during their stay in onr midst. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milward and Mr. Will Milward went to Frankfort yesterday to attend the wedding of Mrs. 's brother, Mr. Robert Borninau, and Miss Minnie West, which took place in that city at the Baptist church Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The bridesmaids were Misses Cordelia Bull and Hattie McClure of Frankfort; Miss Annio Wagers, oU Irvine, and tho groomsmen: Messrs. Will Milward, Lexington; Chas. Miller, Irvine, and James West, Frankfort. A reception was held at tho home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mis. I. T. West, and afterwards the couple left for a trip Eut and will then reside in Irvine, Ky., "here the crouin is one of tho most highly esteemed young men of the county. Lexington Leader, Nov. 10. Lexington -te Mil-ward- BIRTHS. Rymel. to the wife of J, W. Rymel, Wednesday last, a 10 pound girl. Baxter. Tuesday, November 7,' to tho wife of J. G. Baxter, of Baldwin, this county, a girl. Fire on the Summit. The alarm of Are Friday rooming was CPU in from Mr. T. ill. Uilf'R residence on the Summit. Tho house was dis o covered to bo on fire by the rooms Tr WAS KOlllO l.oini. fillnd tvltl, olllnl-time before the firo could bo located. but finally it could be seen that it was and tho between tho weather-boardin- g ceiliner, whereupon the firo department quickly extinguished the flame. It is supposed the fire originated from a painter's lamp, a spark from which had found its way under the weather liimrilinc am! thpm smoldered for sev The eral bonis without detection. damage was blight. Election Commissioners Meet. The Madison cnuntv Election Com missioners, Messrs. John B. Chenault, J. p. Simmons and Waller liennett.met next year. Mr. Will Powell residoncc on broad in the county clerk's onlce Friday to canvass tho vote of last Tuesday's elec- way has been rented by Mr. Will tion. Very few changes were made by Wagers, who will move there the first the board. Gen. Tnvlor received n of the year. mnioritv of 5)3 instead of 91. as reported Mr. Coloman NefT and wite have in our last issue. Mr. Million's nnd moved into their new house on Noi'th Mr. Harris' majorities were decreased street, and Mr. Taylor who lately lived pome by the official count. The vote there has rented property on beventn as certified to by the Commissioners, Mr. Kit Covington and family hate was Taylor, 93; Million, 7u; warns o. Holtoirs new residence on The certificates of election were then leased Dr. of Third and Moberloy, the awarded to Messrs. Million and Harris, the.corner house on theSummit having Wardrober Entertainment for Richmond. Mr. Williatn Pryor will remove to the cottage now occunied by Mr. Loois 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 fake the cottHire on Asnen avenue, wincu Mr. Taylor will vacate. Mr. Stewart Jones will rtmovo to Fifth street and occupy Mr. Ed Row land's handsome house. Mr. Conway Taylor and family will move into Dr. Frazee's cottage, now oc cupied by Alford Douglas Mr. nnd Mrs. Neale Bennett will re- movo shortly to Mr. French Tipton's pretty residence on Broadway. Dr. Rursin nnd family will occupy the Sullivan resilience on North street, which is now undeigoing repairs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lamars have removed from Mrs. Wagers' residence on Second, to tho Hacker nronertv on the Summit Mr and Mrs. Mat Cohen will board at thoGlvudon. Mr.Milward Brwonand family having rented their cottage for noy8-4n- r Ot..,. 9C. . 0)9... Don't fail to stop in and see what we have. "Wash Fabrics, Outing1 Flannels, light and dark ground, solid colors, stripes and cheeks, extra heavy fine qualit', at 10c per yd. Good values also at 5 and 8ic. Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels, good quality, solid white, pink and olive, at 35 and 49c. SKIRTS Ladies' Outing Underskirts, 39 inches long, 2$ yds wide, 25c. Net Fleeced Lined Skirts at same price. Black Net Skirts 50e. KNIT UNDERWEAR. cj a t . CJ) fcO -- eo '53 SO "! n eo Isr Sals! Julia A Cradall's Executors, Pltf. Os.. 30. .. OS... so... Coa... SS.. SS... as... Sec. OS... as.. OS... "9 6 s; -) Notice of against Bale in Clark Crandall, fcc.. Defendants. Equity. By virtue ot a judgment and order of sale of cue Madison urcuic uourt, rendered at the Stpttmlwr icmi thereof, in the above style cause. &ui; nuurincu wui, un ss.. s.. a U.J ) -- . S8 4) LAUNDERING ON TIME game No "call Launat the Richmond Steam dry. "Work delivered when promised. What is more aggravating, if one has .nu appoint- Thursday, November 16, 1899, Between the hours of 11 o'clock, a. m.. anil is m , on the premises in Richmond, Mad-bcounty, Kentucky, proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidder, the following on -- A LOT OF LAND ment at a certain hour than to be Disappointed "With The Laundry? No such trouble with us, for we have the machinery, the help and the brains to get our WORK DONE ON TIME. RICHMOND SI2A3I LAUNDRY. With good dwelling. &c.. thereon In ninh moral. Ky., on tho south side of the Richmond and Big Hill turnpike, known as the J. B. Crandall residence arid bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Diir Hill Pike corner to lot No. 3 (shown on nlm filed herewith made by S.Parnsh): thence with said pike 63K feet to line of lot No. 1 on said BS. not; inence at ngnt angle and with southeast line oi ioi no. i isn-- i lect; tnence at right angle 68r feet to line of lot No. 3: thenr.it SS... right angle 197 feet to the pike and point of OS uegmuiu. TEItMS: Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months equally. The purchaser will be requirea to give oona, wuu approved security. lor the payment ol the purchase money, to hare the force aud effect of a Judgment, bearing legal Interest from day of sale, with a SSc... lien reserved upon said property until all the OS. purcnase money is paia. GS.. nov8-2S E. SCOTT, M. C M. C. C as.. s.. ss. ss... 09... SS. BS. ps.. 80. SS.. SS.. SS.. (30. Good warm garments, vests 19, 25 and 50c. Union Suits 25, 50 and 99c. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. ..9 "SO , 9a a 3 as a "?i Just good size blanket, 49e and up. SILK WAIST PATTERNS. come and inspect them. See the bargains in these winter cove rings. Prices extremely moderate. A nice ss J J os... eo... f 0S. SS. ss... SS. cs.. OS.. Plain and fancy, a variety of color and styles, every piece new, tbe very best at the price. Splendid values. RIBBONS. 13 w ss. so... os... so... ss.. sot-OS- OFFICE OF YALETINE H. HOBSON, A, M., M..D., D. i). S. .. Fine all silk ribbons, in the new color effects, for neck and belt, 25c peryd. . ' ! 1 RELIGIOUS. Rev. W. R. Lloyd is holding a pro- il he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney k Uo , doing business in the city of Toledo, county, and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pav the sum of one hundred bollaes for each and everv case of catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hall's Catarkii Cuke. Clav Infirmarv Association and our FitANK J, Cheney citizens should show their appreciation Sworn to before mo and subscribed of this opportunity and hear Mr. in nip presence, this Cth day of Decem Merrill. ber, A. D. 1880. Daughters ol Confederacy to Meet in RichA. AV. Gi.eakon. Notary Public. mond. f i seal I The Society of the Kentucky Division United Daughters of the ConfederHall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter acy will meet in Richmond, on Novem nally and acts directly They will hold mucous surfaces ot tne on the blood and ber 23rd and 21th. system, send their nuslness meetings in the Masonic for testimonials, free. public is cordial' letiiDlo. to which the F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. lv invited. There will he not less than Sold by drui.'i:ist. 75c. visiting ladies in the city, and it is fifty Hail's Family Pills are the best, lm honed the citizens ot the entire commun making their short ity will assist in stay aojohL' us a memory mat win uo joy for ever. The Richmond Society ot U. 1). C. will give a handsome reception to the visitors on tho evening of tho 23rd, to which only the visitors and ttiose entertaining visitors aro invited Wo will soli publicly on tho prein Logan f.ljcrs. ises, without reservo, en Invitations have boon received hero Saturday, November 25, 1899, to the marriace of Miss Martha Blain Mvers to Rev. Charles Alexander Logan at 10 o'clock, a. in., the nice one story at 12 o'clock, November 22, 1899, at Lex cottage on the Wefct side of Laurol Inuton, Va. The bride elect is a Street in Richmond. Ky. Tho house daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry II has three rooms and is in good repair, Mjers, of that city, and is said to be having been recently painted, papered, a very attractive and accomplished Sc. There is a cistern nnd other inir young lady. Mr. Logan is tho second provements. It is convenient to Cald bon of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Louan, of well Hich School. this place, and is a young man of Terms easy and mad,e known on day marked ability. He is pastor of tho of sale, lurther lniormntion apply Presbyterian church at JacKson, ivy., to the undersigned at Statu Bank & accomplished much good. Trust Co. where lie has Shelby News. R. E. TURLEY, Mr. Logan is well remembered here, Sec'y- - Richmond I). & I. Corporation being a graduate of Central Uuiversity. While a student in our city, Mr. Logan made many friends, who together with the Sicma Nu Fraternity, of which he is a member, extend before hand, hearty congratulations and best wishee. OFl-- Richmond will be glad to know that our town is not to be altogether neg lected this season in the way ot an en tertainment. On Novefnber23, we will have the privilege of hearing Mr A. H. Merrill, of Vanderbilt University, in one of his excellent readings. Several of our citizens have heard ilr. Merrill and nrouounce him a man of superior talent and one of the best in his lino. The reading will be givon under tho auspires of the rattle A been purchased by Mr. Arlio Wells, who will shortly remove thereto, CO State of Ohio, city of Toledo, ss Lucas county, J Frank J. Cheney makes an oath that "l To My Fueends and Patiigns: 1 am trying to reduce my business to t a casn Dasis ana in oruer to uo so, jl tnave Os.. eo.... OS... cent, discount on OS. decided to allow 25 per OS... OS... OS. So.. all work for cash when work is done. If OS. OS.. cash is not paid no discount will be al- SS. so.. o. OS...OS.lowed. Thanking you for past favors and OS... G6.. soliciting a continuance of the same, I am OSa... Coo... OO.. your obedient servant, V.V:. . Y. H. HOBSON, Dentist, Richmond, Kentucky. .1 1 J 1 TT Richmond, Ky., Nov. 8, '99. os.. CO.. ss. Ceo... os... QO.. Taney figured ere ton per yd. "CI .r a ) CO.. SO.. os OS. OO... OS... OO. OS. OS.. 8h 10 ar.d 15c. ..... (I J t 4 Floor Oilcloth in different widths and patterns. Clark's Thread, 3 spools for lOcts. IJ ..t .i - .) . EDon't fail to call. !(! r z Yours Respectfully, OOO.. f lv ....i I 1 OS tsssaoossseooeesooossosossoeoseoososscbesss' leeceoooooooosooooooooeoooccasooeeeeseoosoo 9 ............ ....... ...... .........;.;..;:;:;..: ....... . ii a Is a ITHJpifttltaiftiitiii rtLiiai fiutsi rtjia ratal rtutai rtutai rtnaj rtutarrtjiajg THERE'S NOT No, nothing to eoual our "UI.TKA" Shoes for Ladies. Yqu get everlasting comfort, when you pet our Ultra. A perfect fit for the foot, no pinching or cramping. No matter how wide or narrow your foot may be. we can fit you perfectly. They are put up for wear, and will out wear any coninton make. They are a beautiful Shoe. They not only please the foot, but alto please the eye. ISoyowl a doubt they are tho grandest Shoes ou earth. They are made in many Btylen and shape-;- . Come in and let us show vou. different PUBLIC SALE - I lOiir Prices Mp You ' Horse Notes. ChBfower&Coii 1 1M 1 MARRIED. R. Katie-Bronsto- n, y. Tunpix-ScuooLE- fete? Jm Dr. C. C. Hooker purchased last week gelding, by Emperor a Wilkes; dam Mary Neale, (by Vatican 2:29), the dain of Joe Watta2:28 and Billy Boggs 2:24J (p). Mary Neale is pioving herfelf a great brood inare, having produced four colts, only two of which have been traiued Joe Watts and Billy Boggs. Manv will remember how Joe Watts drove Phrase out in the 2:27 trot at Lexington this fall iu tho fast time of 2:12J. Billy Bo2g8,naa took airecordof 2:21, which was no measure of his speed being ex pected to step a nine in :iu or nettcr next Geason. We predict the doctor will have a good green horse in this fel low next year, he hits only been han dled about a month showing a great amount ot speed, and there is no roason why he should not leatnito jro fast, be ing by that game and speedy race horse, Emperor Wilkes, and out of a mare that bus proven herself a producer of speed. Messrs. Collins & Walker havo rented the fairgrounds and have moved their stable of horses there. They will conand fast tinue 'to handle fancy roauVhorses. B. H. Neale has returned to his first love nnd will handle a few yearlings next season. It is useless to say he will Lave a good one, just- watch him ! - HOUSE & LOT! Wewill sell publiclywithout reserve, on the premises, at it o'clock, a. in., on Prepare or Saturday, November 25, 1899, two. story house and lot on tho northwest corner-o- f B Street and Broadway in Richmond, Ky., nnd known as the Hamsoy property. The house has seven largo rooms, linns, porenns, cellar, &c, nnd is in good repair. There isacood cistern and other improve mentn. Tho property is on ono of the best streets in Richmond nnd is clr.se to Caldwell High School nnd convenient to Madison Female Institute. For further information call on tho under-6izneat State Bank & Trust Co. Terras easy nnd made known on day or sale. the sjij Make our values your standard, i mi i i you win nnci every aay nceus at every day bier. We mnsthave good SHOES and BOOTS, if wo export:, battle successfullv with winter weather. We haw far, the best line of SHOES and BOOTS to be foun this section. They wear better, last longer, and better than others. Our prices are always low. never have dissatisfied customers. OUR VALl t l v 4 CONVINCE. R. E. TURLEY, Sec'y. Richmond B. & L. Corporation, mm mm mm ?9 in; Ms FREEMAN BROS. FIRST STREET, RICHMOND, KY. (BfgJfflJMlBrrtlBrfTO Williams Comedy Company. su' s. Mil-wa- at The Williams Comedy Company, which held the boards at the White- "T jnow oging over Bush Opera House every night latt week, are quite the favorites wherever ELECTION all should settle tney go. .Especially are the ladies, all sisters, to be complimented not onlv down to business e conduct ou and off for their the stage, but also for their rcmarka and forget our few political bio display of talent. "We do not be Misses Ona and Mario Williams, the differences. flret named as soubrette, and the lieve in a paternal govern second as leading lady, were already established in the hearts of our citi ment and ask no special priv zens, having visited, our town before, ileges or favors except that but have won again tho admiration and respect of ail. Miss Fannie you favor us with an oportun- Williams proved herself again at home and showed her ability, thnuirli vouusr ity to show you our well seboth in the roles aud singing nnd lected large stock of New dancing. Xiitite lvatie was the pride of all. She combines with a naturally Goods and demonstrate that strong voice, a highly developed talent1, great depths or feeling, and n super- we can give you much better fine conception of her diverge parts, tor your money especially in "Little Lord Fauntleroy." lady-lik- public that she will not tolerate hunters on her farm. Any person caught on the premises with a (run will prosecuted to the tall extent ot the law. Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson hereby notifies the Is our aim, the goods behind viii i- mm ir m t c?f ic Aim nnnn 1I mm anything and everything ii Forkept in-- a first-clas- s. Furni-1- 1 '' ' sots store, you ynu. una it at gp . 11 -- DEATHS The rest of the Company are all up and can hold their own before any audience. One of the familiar iiir- "Wall Paper from 4c on up to ures whom we wero glad to welcome "Win back into our midst, was Prof. Von the finest goods made. Deck, n iolly old 6ouf, who is not onlv dow Shades 10c on up. Pic a finished musician, but n gentleman in. tsvery sense ot tho word. Wo were ture Frames 20con up. "We glad to note tho good attendmico at the opera house during their stay here make a MicSuPaint for $1.10 last week, and hope this meritorious per gallon in white, black and Company will meot with well desorved all shades of colors,' the best success wherever they go. te than Mil house anj'theother in state. if Big OLDHAM'S, " ill mm fHil 1J tsJ I Li, Bp SUCCESSOR TO BIG6EKSTAFF & OLBHAM. to ascertain its condition, you may find that a fcpj; new one is necessary. Pave the way to: home uuppiiitjss uy geibiug one ot our pa UNDERTAKING LINE COMPLETE. Day Phone 75;. STOVES OR RANGES. & 136. "J rv nnnXrincr wo Mti nlnneo For parlor, dining room, or kitchen we' have the latest. TTm lir.nf.Tnnr i-- rn .'-- . CiF.Brower&Co on market at any price. Stock of Window. Glass the largest Corn is the shortest ever known in and prices right. Call on these parts. . PANOLA. 1 . . m pB Kicht 3 HEiT-MAKIN- G APPARATUS. youValk toward our store. One of the Acorn Radiator at our, price isertainly bargain talk that will' make er - he hxliiaworking. T. A. Slielfon Knlri to Mrs. inlui Tit. ' ford a lot in Panola. Coleman Coy. son nf Cnlnmhna Onv retHrned from Ohio loet' week,' lieru. ,,w .. v '" ..; &L:'M B nuWE M. w. sfs-sci- . f?lj TAYLOR BROS. KICHJtOWB, KY, - " 'u u o -- vm va "vri 3 & ARNOLD SELL STACY, ADAMS & CO.'S 17 . f S3 iiinnnrifriiTo AT i; .'! Uall, liussia and Willow Calf in black and all the The Queen Quality .3.0(1. Shoes for women are the latest. X e have them m all the latest, styles. Don't fail to see our line of 82.00, S250, $3.00 and 83.50 line ol bhoes for men and women. We have them in Patent Leather Dress, Black Yici Kid, Tan luissm and Black Box Calf, Enamel and Willow Calf. We have a complete line of Buell's & lloeUcr s Bootees for men. Our stock of Shoes for men, women and children is complete in all grades. Remember we carry a full line of Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods and can always show the latest styles. Give us a call. now colors. ..uii uiuiiLucaiuer, The newest shapes. ..,-.,- . 1 T) 4 .... J- - r j 1 try ' i Tr vjlci iuu, JLfox .. . Men's Pine Shoes. fl fj WK Busy Bee THE: - Cash Store, RICE & i NOLD . y. WALLACE & RICE.) (SUCCESSORS TO Germany, Switzerland and America. The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducementsoifered to early fall purchasers; also as a drawing card for the purpose of giving 3'ou some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock. The beauty of our Dress Fabrics, which show the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France, England, Honse nnd lot on comer of "B" The quail Thanksgiving Proclamation. and Broadway for sale publicly. Seol opens Gov. Bradley lias issued the following ad. Rip Van Winkle at court house Thanksgiving proclamation: Don't forget to call for your tickets Thursday, November 23. November 20, 1899, is hereby desigWKMNESDAY.NOV. 15. - - - 1809. when dealing at the BtuoGrassGrocery nated and recommended as a day of Gov. yon may lie tho winner. It home on Ed Powell is very ill at his Thanksgiving and prayer. Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Eighth street. Mnrriajro licenses were issued 5Ion- Eagle Captured. Suit 120 a turret at the Blue Nico cottage for sale publicly on ( irauM (irwoi'V. Mr. B. F. Crooke, Vlto resides near It day to William Mack and Miss Ithoda Saturday, November 25. Pen ad. Lessen, botli of this county. Kingston, .caught a large gray eagle -- s o notice elsewhere, of Mrs. ISlleu Mr. P. 1 Adams, Jr., has accepted last Week, which measured six feet and The State meetiii: of the. Daugh iiilisoii. Hunting on hor promises nine inches from, tip to tip of wings. ters of tho Confederacy will bo held in a position as local editor of the He shot it with small bird shot aud so ibis city on Thursday, November 23. - 2) pounds Btiiiidiirtl granulated The Prandcnn(al Club wi,Il bo en injured it that it could not fly, thus Four hundred choice, pure bred SI thig week at the Blue Plymouth Rock cockeiels and pullets tertained next Friday evening by Dr. enabling him to catch it (t tirwery. It tor snie ai cents each orSt perdozen. A. Wilkes Smith. Charged With House Breaking. At Georgetown Friday night, Lun They will cost you Si dach after Dec. A brass key found in front of the Deputy Sheriff P. B Broaddus arrest I. J'Vo'S 15 for 0 cents. White liot 1i:b sweutheart, Mary Mituh- government building, can be had by ed and placed in jail Monday, Noah Mhs. H. H. Colyer. :!.t, death, and tlieu cut hor hotid oil sopt20-l- f Itichmond, Ky. calling nt this office. Chambers and John Clark, both, col uli ;t knife. Col. A chert Boone, of the Black A. C. Wells U. A. Barlow ored, on the charge of house breaking Messrs. We have some special prices on Diamond, was here this week on busl and C. U. Hamilton havo announced They broke into the house ot Thos, & i.i. for tho next 90 days. .Also 1 ness connected with hiw enterprieo. for the office of city clerk. Wells and stolo among other .things a .Mi Mi rry wheat diill at a bargain.-i- ( diamond ring. The ring was recovered ine uiaeK jjumona is not as (lenu as It is reported that several mad dogs Hiugiks & Luxox. Mr. Coylc Elected County Judge in Jackson. many would have it. Cai lisle Mer A Madison Boy Honored. have been seen in iho vicinity of White cury. Mr. T. J. Coylo, formerly of Madi We are ready to pay $5 to holder Hall during the past twoweeks. Dr. H. L Farris, of Kingston, this son, but now of Clover Bottom, Jack i u Let number 5645. this being 1 lie creat star triumvirate. the Iwis Central University defeated State county, a studentof the Medico-Chiur- g son county, informs the Climax by let winning number in our last week's James, Katheryn Kidder and Charles at Lex ical Medical College, Philadelphia, ter, that he won his race for County d,.i.i.iK. Bute Grass Gnoosnv Co. It Hansford, will bo seen at the Lexing Collogo iu a game of foot-ba- ll was recently made valedictorian of his Judge over three candidates bv a ton opera bouse Wednesday, Kovem ington Saturday by a tcore of 5 to 0. -- Mr. class, consisting of several a Sniythe, of Fnyntle county, oer hundred Gov. Bradley refused to pardon students. This is, indeed, a very high plurality of 515. The vote stood: T. J. lo, in a mammoth production o w,:, Miortly 1nuve with bin family to Coyle, 711; James Smith, 4G9; J. M. Mr. Smyiho has purchased Shakespeare s beautiful pastoral com Frank Dickerson sent to the penitent compliment to Dr. Farris, who justly Flannery, 33.",; R. Welch, 52. edy, "The Winters Talo." ary from this county for manslaughter. deserved the honor .in interest in the coal and produce conferred on him Colored Affray. :i us of J. W. Christian & Co. e have some special prices on by bis l vonicies lor the next 30 days. Also 1 On last Wednesday night a difficulty RstcsNlo Louisville. oilipcrs of the ML Zion Christian McShorry wheat dril at a bargain took place on Irvine street, between Higgi.ns & Luxos. tf On tho account of foot ball game be- Irvine Johnson and Brock Munday, iic'i request that nil members be ueeii i at a meeting in tho above Mr. T. A. Chenault and Mr. Elmer tween Central University and Washing both colored, iu which the former was Imieli at 2 o'cloek no.t Sunday, Nov- Parrish are applicants for the position ton and Lee teams, tho Louisville & At shot in the forehead and the latter re !"r Yi. Unsiucssof importanco to of city collector, now held by Mr. J. W. lantic will sell tickets to Louisville on ceived a slight cut in tho side. The '.r.u:-:ie- t. Saturday, November 18, at one fare for bullet glanced on strikins Crooke. Johnson's the round trip. A special train will head, aud ho is not seriously hurt. 1" e pructieal j.tlsors in Mr. L Parker Adams has been run from Versailles, connecting Win--- r, J'aris, with lie honored with a clerkship iu the office the Southern Ity. train, which leaves Munday's wound is not dangerous. IxiiiKlou and Richmond have II!' cpiite n lot of dm lately at the ex- of County Million, the Louisville at 7:45 p. in. 'f various bridal parties, says the place which is now filled by Miss Farmers' Institute. Margaret Parrish under Judge Turpin. i.l.un ev8 Some of the trunks Headache, biliousness, heartburn, Indili. ll have passed throtisli Paris have gestion, and all liver ills are cured by Commissioner Lucas Moore has formAfter Sunday, November 19th, the K:ii mu-!inecriiitions ns "We've just L. & A. will put into effect a new lime ed the following counties into a Farmhe- t, married," "This is the bride's card. The passenger train which has ers' Institute: Jefferson, Shelby, Oldttiiik," "This will introduce you to Mr. Sold by all druggists. S3 cents, heretofore arrived in Richmond at 8:30 ham, Henry, Tribble, Carroll, Owen, ant Mrs ISIank, who hai--e just been p. m. will arrive at 8:0o p. m , twenty- - Grant and Campbell. The whole State leghorns and Brahmas do not thrive limned." A U'cliinoml bride's trunk will be put into districts, and each will five 111 mi tcs earlier. ii 'coratod with a strinj; of baby bo visited by a set of lecturers to be well together. Su far as 'dan be done, We nro pained to note the serious selected in a few weeks. A ceueral have the flocks tmiforsn. 1 f illness of one of our niost respected convention of Kentucky good roads There aro some women who seem to citizens, Mr. M. M. ilarber, who is suf societies and agricultural institutes will be derenuially youthful. The grown fering from vertigo. His health has be held some tune in November. daughters are companions as well as children, and life color in their mother's been poor for 60mo time and his friends Off For Louisville. -cheeks, tho brightness in her eyes, the are solicitous about his condition and i roundness Mr. W. Arthur Todd, who for the abounding in her form, all speak ot will be glad to learn of any improvehealth. What is her shoppI? ment and hope for his speedy recovery past three years has been connected She is in the middle age of life when so with W. S. Oldham in tho furniture and many women are worn, wasted and fad 1 Red Cross Work. undertaking business in this city, left ed, and yet time has only ripened hor There will be work in tho Red Cross Monday for Louisville, where ho will charms. Tho secret of this matronlv degree, Tuesday, November 21. bv attend Clark's School ol Embalming. heals and beauty may be told in the brief phrase, DrPierce's Favorito Pro Richmond Commanderv. There is no reason why Mr. Todd should scription The general health of wom uot equal any who follow this profes- an is so intimately related to the local For Sato. of tho sion, having been under onr former healthwhere delicate womanly organs, Eighteen nnd ono quarter acres of that these aro diseased, the citizen Mr. B,E. L. BiggerstafT, who whole body must suffer. good land, two miles east of Richmond, Prescription" dries the debilitatinc an the Irvine pike. For particulars had gained a high reputation for him drains, heals ulceration and inflammaself in this county and city. call on or address. tion, cures female wenkness and imparts to the delicate female organs Re. A. J. Tiubule, natural vigor nnd vitality. ljanOO Women Richmond, Ky. who have lost their hoalth and their New Wall Paper House in Richmond. beauty have been made ''robust and rosy cheeks" by the use of this marThe drug firm of Perry & Thomas velous medicine. has installed a perfectly beautiful lino ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. Ignorance is more powerful in the Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang and assortment of Ladies' Jackets, Furs, hands of some people than knowledge. decorate rooms to suit alt tastes and Oipes, Chiklren's Wraps of all descripnurces. No trouble to show goods. "Adversitv fl'ittereth no man." but aug23-t- f tions. We have not the time to describe the pains of dyspepsia turn Ids atteneach article, but can safely say that we Slruyed or Stolen tion to Hood's Sarsaparilla aud in its usq hefiud a cure. :ave a From my premises on Lancaster avenue, last county court day, a white The foot bait player may come early ' female setter, the and lemon-spotte- d but not to avoid the rush. properly of Sam Ross. A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to I'.M'il liy liritili Soldiers Iu Africa. the undersigned. novl-4- t Dan. M. Ciiknault. Capt. C. O. Dennison is well known all over Africa as commander ot the Strayed or Stolen. forces that ruptured the famous rebel Gnlishe. Under date of November 4, to suit every one and our PRICES are From iny premises on Tuesday 1897, from Vrjburg, Bechunnaland, ho night, November 7, a white female the LOWEST on high qrade goods and writes: "Before starting on the last settor, witli lemon spots on body and no other iirm in the City can compete campaign I bought a qunntity of Chara- & hips, speckled face and long tail. Will Dertain s Uoiie, Cholera and Diarrhoea with us. We are offering a select Hue Kemeily, which I used ravsolf when pay So for return of same o under of Jackets, at following prices: troubled with bowel complaint, and Shooting Aflray on Red Lick. signed. ind given to my men. and in everv case D. R. Tevis, Richmond, Ky. A shooting affray occurred on Red it proved most beneficial."-- For salo novl5-t- f novl-liLick Wenesday, in which the partici- by Perry fc Thomas. pants, Tankersley Webb and Sant Coal Burns Up. Paradoxical though it may scorn. The par spoiled children aro usually fresh. Tho coal you boucht last vear is Lacks, were both wounded. about gone. Go at once nnd replenish. ticulars, as far. as could be obtained, If you aro sufferinc ftoiii drowsiness M. Baker, telephone 137. is sellinir wero ns follows: in the dry time, irritnbilitv of temper the celebrated Diamond Coal and KenV Webb swore out a search warrant to sleepless nights, general debility, headtucky Co.d at 12 cents delivered, or 11 cents on the yard. Now is the time to recover some buggy wheels which he ache, and general want of tone of the order, while it is dry and light weight supposed Lacks had taken from him, system, use Herbinc. Ynu will get re you get no rainsoakea coal it bought and this angered Lacks, who, ou Wed- lief nnd finally a core. Price 50 cent?. novl-li- n now. Office and yard, Blnutou Ware- nesday went to the homo of Webb, os Perry & Thomas. house, at L. & N. crossing on East tensibly to buy some calves, and while Most people have more curiosity Main street. oct25 4t. there the difficulty occurred, Lacks than sympathy for the troubles of Fcx Hunters' Association at Irvine. firing tho first National shot which took effect others. Ky-- , November ISIh to 25th, 1899. in Webb's left leg, and in return Webb Eal Blood Curo Fxeo. For the above tho Louisville & At shot Lacks thronghiho eye. After the Y ou will find in this lot a complete assortment Eating Sores, Tumors. Ulcers. Can lantic It. R. will sell round trip tickets smoke had cleared away it was found of colors, rapdled after patterns of recejit to Irvine, November Hth to 21th in that Weblrhad received two shots, cer of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Keck, cut and made of materials that we can reBreast, Stomach, Legs, or Anns, are clusive, at rate of a fare and a third. both in the left leg. and Lacks was all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood commend for durable wear in fact such Tho Estill Spring3 Hotel has been minus an eye. Both, parties will re Balm), which Is made especially to goods as will please and attract the eye as chosen headquartors and tho manage- cover. Deputy bhenlls Colyer, Terrill cure all terrible Blood Diseases. Perwell as give entire satisfaction in price. cj?T ment has loft nothing undone to make and Broaddus arrested Webb Wednes- sistent Sores. Blood and Skin Blemishes, Sciofula, that resist other treat You must see these before you have made this one of the most enjoyable meetings day night, who gave bond in tho sum ments, are quickly cured by B. B. 15. up your mind to purchase a wrap. n the history-othe association. If of $500 and was released. Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, rimples, Keii, itching bczema, scales, you have nover attended, this will be CITY ORDINANCE mister?, Red or Brown Patches, Blotches, an oportunity of a life time. An orCatarrh, Rheumatism, etc.. are all due Tailor-mad- e See our chestra has been engaged, and dancing Suits for Ladies if 3'ou At an adjourned meeting of tbe Citv to bad blood, and hence easily cured will bo ono of tho many features of at Counsel B. Syphilitic think of buying, as it will pay you. held November 9, 1S99, the fal by. B. B.driven from the Blood Poison literally svstetn by B. traction. C. M. Drowning. G.P.A. lowing ordinance was passed: B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one, to Wiikkeas, The city of Richmond, five months. B. B. B. does not contain LADIES', GENT'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. Ky., in July, lS'Jl, Issued bonds of said vegetable or mineral poison. One hot ' The valnss in th's DenarlniRiit Ran nnt hp. lie will test it in any case. For city to 'the extent of 522,000 to secure druggists everywhere. - Large sale b bottles resisted. TRY US. funds for the erecting a public 6chool SI. six for $5. Send for a free sample bottle, which will bo sent by return building and describo sympWheurabA part of said bonds are mail. Whon you writn, medical advice 1x fOMWC! rrmnTTfiTTTvm c ritti 1 optional after July J6t, 1899, and may- toms, and personal free Blood Balm Co . willbo civen. Address A LADIE&' DRESS GOODS be reduced by said city. "Tlierefore, 4oSlitehell street, Atlanta, Ga. The Richmond Climax. SUITS Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an enormous stock of goods to select their fall purchases from as we are now showing. Shelves, counters, Ledges and even the very lloors, upstairs and downstairs, are creanin and groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them. " vNot a single item in this great store, in this enormous stock of goods, nor in this great indicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky'-wilbe shown to a customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. l 1 DRESS GOODS. Wo are very fnstidious about onr Dress Malorials; they must be of the most exclusive kinds in t lie costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance, which is the harmony of good taste. We are offering a line ot beautiful mixtures, double width and pretty and stylish for Ilk-- per yd., worth 39. we are showing tho handsomest line ot Crepons hi the market this season. Prices from 29c per yd. up; the fine imported weaves that go out freely at $2.48 per yd. We nro showing a comploto line of Venetians, Broadcloths and all eaves adapted to tailor-mad- e suitings. Our prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to be. Our extraordinary lino of plaids will enablo yhu to make a quick selection and get the latest bargains out. all-wo- ol !wWestern Cities have been culled bv onr fr .i- buyers and not a srone has been left unturned to make this the Banner Department of our store. All the new Jackets. Golf Capes, Children's Jackets, &c, that are iu favor this season we are showing nnd our prices suit every body, loucanbuy a handsome Silk Lined Jacket or Capo from us at the same price a cheap one would cost you elsewhere. Don't fail to visit our Cloak Department, look through it, see many new things whether yon want to buv or not Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait on you. OUR CLOTHING . Covington Mitchell. !i-it- class-Specia- OVERCOATS I i Jud-re-ele- BOOTS AND SHOES. The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use our knife iu this department and we have cut to the heart in every line. We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes. Ladies' Fine Shoes, Ladies' Work Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, Mali's and Boy's Boots and everything to be s found in a shoe sloro, and prices we are naming on them are moving them out in Bags, Carts and Wagons. Don't wait to get your shoes, come now. We are agonts for the "Regina" Shoo, it is made on all the new style lasts and it is the bust $3 00 shoe for Indies in the market. Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes. first-clas- i CLOAKS AND WRAPS. Wc have one entire room in our great store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap All the Eastern and Department. All Domestic Goods, are being wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of. You can save money on each and ovory item purchased in this Department. Good Calicoes that make nice comforts and dresses aro only per yd. All best brands Indigoes and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells them. Good Canton Flannel 5c. Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c. An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home dresses 8Jc per yd. Good Percales 5c; bettor Percales 71c per yd. Red Flannel, heavy twilled, 15c per yd. We are selling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray, red and blue at SJc per yd. Good Jeans 10c per yd. Good Bod Ticking "5c per yd; Best Bod Ticking 10 and 12c per yd! Best Lancaster and Amoskeag Apron Gingham 5c per yd. Nico Dress (Jiugham fie per yd ; Better grades 7i and 4ie por yd. Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are being wrapped up at very low pricos iu order to make room. Bring your wagons and load them up, thoy wont be as low again this season. Department is the talk of the ontire comity. "We are selling good suits for men at $2.18; Men's good heavy Cassi-me- re Pants 7oc a pair. Our line of Children's Knee Pant Suits is very complete. We aro showing all the now things in favor this season Onr Mon's. Boy's and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high ou our counters and every garment is a bargain. You can't ask for anything in tho clothing line that we don't handle fmm the phenpest to the finest. Get our prices before buving elsewhere. We aro showing an Elegant Line of Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, Rujes, &c, in our Carpet Department. These goods aro new fall importations, no old carried over goods. Our prices iu this department knock out all conietition. While in the Carpet Department ask to see our Oilshades and Lace Curtains, we have a choice selection for this fall season. Wo havo the best selected line of Ladies Children's and Men's Underwear that will bo shown you this season. Our Ladies' Union Suits at 25o eacli are worth 50c. Children's Vests heavy winter weight from 10c up. Ladies' Ribbed Vests and Pants 15c. Men's Extra Heavy Ribbed Vasts and Pants 25c oach. Sc ' ! 4 i set warranted. We aro agents for The Amerienn Lady Corset. The best feeling end most stylish corset used. Evorv Cor r Got our prices on Trunks, Valises, Hats and Caps, Umhrullfis. indies' Underskirts, Ludios' Dross Skirts, &.., wo will save you money and show you the best line in tho city. - I 1 CouingtonjVlifGheiL TVe extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain Mart. The best the market both east and west affords to be had here at prices within the reach of wagons as you will buy so many goods when jTou leave the low eveiyone. Bringy-youprices we are naming that j'our buggy wont hold them. r 1! n! ESI u s't vii n n 4n m 1 ip RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN V M III & ::.:::::::::::::::::r OVERCOATS 9S Tattooinc is just now the popular pas time of the leisured world. Thousands of men and women suffer from piles, especially women witli fe- ale weaknew have this suffering to ontend with in nddition to their other 'JMblor's Burkeyo.Pile Oint diis. ment will qnicklv elfect a cure. Price 50 cents, in bottles, tubes 75cts. Perry novl-lThomas. m across the back or side, or your lungs feel sore or tender, or you "aro threatened with diphtheria or pneumonia, apply Ballard's Snow Liniment cxtor-nalland uso Coussou's Honey of Tar. novl-li- n Perry & Thomas. Don't put iu too much time standing on dignity or riding a hobby. Chamberlala'.s, If yon have soro throat, soreness Tetter, Salt-Rheu- m nnd Kczcma. y, l'aiti Halm Cures Other?, The intenso itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instant! y allayed by applying Chumbei Iain's Eye and Skin Ointment". Many very bad :nses have been permanently enred by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorito remedy for soro nipples: chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites mil chronic soro oyes. 25 cts. per box. In Berlin the pawnshop is a royal and pliilaiitrop'ie institution. fit that is made is spent on charity. ono-quarr- er Why Not You? 1 bT0C 0 11 w rips 5 g$2 00 si Covington Mitchell. 0 n. I 00 S$ 4 49 3 My wife has been using Chamberlain's Pain Balm, with good rosults.for a lame shoulder that has pained her Infant mortality is something fn'glit- - continually for nine years". We have die before they tried all kinds of medicines and doctors ful. Nearly before they without receiving any benefit from any reach one year, re live, and hclore thev are of them. One day we saw an adverfifteen! The timely use of white's tisement of this mediqino and thought Cream Vermifuge wonld save a major- of trying it, which wo did with the best ty of these prtcious lives, rriro mc. of satisfaction. Shchas used only one bottle and her shoulder is almost well. novi-ierry x Thomas. Adolph L. Millett, Manchester, N. H. A man's nature runs either to herbs For 6ale by Perry & Thomas. Ira or weeds. Therefore, let him seasonaA thoroughgoing ejjotist is usuallyde-voi- d bly water the one and destroy thcother. ot the sense of humor. Constipation means Hhe accumula For burns, cuts, bruises, lacerations, tion of waste matter that should be dis- or injuries of any description. Ballard's charged daily, and unless this is done Snow Liniment is a sovereign remedy the foul matter is absorbed ainHioisons It nover fails to do uood. and so promptthe system. Use Herbine to" bring ly that its wonderful curative properabout regularity of tho bowols. Price ties frequently cieate surprise. Prico novl-l50c. Perry & Thomas. 25 and 50c. Perry & Thomas. lm Vny proone-thii- d one-ha- lt m I'r. Catly's Condition Ponders, are ju3t what a horso needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and Vermifuge. They aro not food 'but medicine and the best in uso to put a horso in primo condition. Price 25 ?ents per package. Tlieie is an epidemic of flics iu one of tho New York markets.. "It the Cap Fits, Wear it." "ii know how disagreeable it is. Its symptions are inllnined eyes.tlirobbini: temples ringing noises in the ear-- , headaches, capricious appetite, and constant discharge of mucus. Fortunately its cure is not a question of what you will give, but what you will take. It you will take Hood's fc'arsaparilla, the'great constitutional remedy, which thoroughly purifies. onriches and vitalizes Hie blood, you may expect to he completely and permanently cured. The good blood which Hood's Sarsaparilla makes, reaching the delignle of the mucous uaeiubrane.Hiitli s and rebuilds the tissues and ultimately cures all symptions of catarrh. lm -- your friends have this disease, What Would You Cive. To be cured of catanh? If you or .1 to f I1 In tho United States 37 ppr cents i.f children under 3 years of age die from If you aro suffering from tho conse gastro intestinal disorder. quences of impure blood, have boils, pimples or Fcrofula sores; if your food An Important l)iflVrcncA. does not digest or you suffer from catarrh or rhoumntism, you are tho one To make it apimront to thousands, who should take Hood's Sarsaparilla who think themselves ill, that they arc It will fit your casO oxactly, mako your not afflicted with any disease, but tha blood pure and cure salt rheum, scrofu- the system simply neods cleaning, is to la rheumatism, dyspepsia, catarrh, and bring comfort homo to their hearts, as a costive crfiidition is easily win'.! tv give you perfect health. using Syrup of Figs. Mnnufactuied Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Non by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, aiid sold by all druggists. irritating. 6 74 J$ , TO BE HAPPY Is to be free from colds and.dnmp feet. The only preventative is wear ; g h pair of the Bmelt op - ooooooo SUITS v gfr s- nnnir wit CWAlrl I. Ty f ISiottcpnJ lei j -- il we can save 3'ou maney. If in want of MILLINERY eail and see us, lietyectfully Submitted to Cash )uly2(yyr That bonds Nos. 7 and gA millionaire's daughter Is taken at 8 of aforesaid issue of 1894, for the sum her par value. CoumclofBich-tnond,dsntucl-- y, Be t 'ftrdained by tlie City Trade, . E. V. ELDER. 5 AGENT FOR McCALt PATTERNS. Covington & Mitchell of $300 each, be paid and taken up by rpr the city and that tho holders thereof tho good ouall are notified that aforesaid bonds Nos. aro at all famllar with Cough Jleinedy, tics of Chamberlain's 7 and 8 will be paid nt the office of Ni to know that people everywhere take W. Harris & Co., 31 Mason street, New pleasure in relating their experience York City, December 1st, 1899", at 12 in the uso of that'splondid medicine And ill tellinirot'tho' .benefit thev hnve o clock in., anu they ore, here&rcnlied .Tfrprfni'mJ frnm-Jifc- r ., .. nf hml tnlila. Ik lino iTinn In fTaltim. cramn f... .n..n..fc . .1 t i ?( are notified that no interest will be paid ion'.a it has averted and Of tho chil- -k on same aner inai naio, whooping:-coughIt is grand. Claude Sitwir, Mayor. and medicfuo. For salo by aPerry & . B. A. Uablow, City- Cterk. uovl-liThouuu. - We are the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEES backed by. the Manufactory, any other agents are fraudulent and backed by nothing. i Dlerent kts 5 'jKo:i J 207 WEST MAIN STREET. L,l' . . m glS-J,-J'...- 11 KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. Nun falsi! I will L. THERE minmtmns OF CROPS AND LIVE - STOCK NOVEMBER 1, 1899- ket price for every description. iiy the highest marproduce of T. from at near L. & N. R. R., and Wilson's store Call jret my prices beforegoing elsewhere. octl8-8- A. U. GOTT. rencli of. every Am- rlran. It nrta powcrruujr Fnricatlj A f.'rrt awl r. Pi i ; and llxVpaln vicor. It fits wili recover thrir RCGtfiUiJ for bwvnna. rt'rfv r ever o'a h ft" ?,S';fc is lbo Greatest Ncnlnc Caabocarrie.1 H vr icV - Evmjl $U0 quk-k'yI"-- ". tfi-i- rlt f FOR WEAK IsMEN mat French Remedy Thn within frr EM yo tale DUEL CO.? "SffiSF: eptl3-l- Wy IVrry & Tkomas. --- 3 o o 5" r a o tr O oas) K o: z, wm Tfetir.-xU)- - ' Thn hlaek velvet coat has stitched a! For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, "No. r"NoT4i No. 8"TNo. 10 WALLACETOK a Ex San EsSan .Ex Snu Ex Sun WEST BOCJI1 white rovers edged with sable. O c5 a Fur hats are trimmed with tulle. 1 P. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. H Mr. John Ballard and faimly, of 1 45 Irvine Kosettes are very popular in millinery, Panola. 2 10 I vibiting rolatives at this 8 Kingston, are 2 15 W ItarJIficially digests the lood and aids They do not so much resemble chrys- Brassfield o S s S3 o '2 29 . . .. place. Mature in strengthening and reconH anthemums as formerly, and 6port Moberley 232 Union structing the exhausted digestive ora. 6 03 2 4$ At the school house hero last Satur- usually, a handsome buckle a3 a cen- Richmond, a 6 20 gans. It is the latest discovered digest3 15 ilUoi . V. was a republican day night, there t SI 3 30 Valley Vler. ant and tonic. No other preparation a 6 63 o speaking, but the kind iiearted fellows A pretty new material for tea gowns Nlcholas'lUu- - 7 60 3 M can approach it in efficiency. It in44 'ersaiUesi 3 Democrats and, stantly relieves and permanently cures devided timo with the wrappers js a anc cloth, smooth a."m7 pISl" P.M. P.M. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, notwithstanding the inclement weather, aud lustrous as satin on one side, and Nausea, fAll trains connect with Louisrillo Southern Flatulence, Sour Stomach, SSs-i-i Mr. J . Tal-ba- tt woolly as eiderdown on the other. we had a very good crowd. SickIIeadachc,Gastralgia,Cramps,and j ; pg-- trains to aad from Louisville. SBSsaPgSj nggafc&asj Sfei3A2a o Jackson, of Richmond, opened by A.J, All trains connect with O. N. O. &T. P. trains all other results of imperfectdigestion. The shoulder brace shown Prepared by E. C. DeWitt &Co., Crjlcago. Jefferson Ditman, of 2 Barclay street, is another to and from Cincinnati. the dbbate by going back to o J. W. ROCK. Train. Dispatcher. For sale by .Perry & Thomas. and bringing up Democracy to Hon. one of his excellent specialties. It is W. II. ADAMS, SuperintenOent si o fol- 3 Ed Wni. Goebel. Mr. Jackson was strong, yet supple, and just tlie thing lowed Louis L.- - Walker, an to straighten ud either ctiliuron or crat and an L.& N. attorney, of a(nits inclined to stoop O" 3t) 13 en easier, wno nowieu auuui mo vucuu. Eveninir sowns may be trimmed Madison-Monument- al 1 EAST LIBERTY, PA. or S5322233 ...... the crop is infested with Hy, rcsowing the Democratic platform, concernincL.. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. l0ns atu ere(i uuiiki.wi d! to pome extent bein mecssary. . .. .1.1 . n,cio wia wrp.it prv was tnat tueeiec-- 1 ESTABLISHED Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. On the whole, however, farmers have m,.0.nfira ftnnflInted Renub- - . , 1. is the nearest point to the Eastern market. have a softening of the E322 op Indianapolis for r... The ladies cannot be deceh ed brain, tic was louoweu oy juugo jiiu. ajom. better, and now that the C. Chenault, of Richmond, wiio. on . more, Washington, Philadelphia, New York :iiki by catchy phrases nor bly never , DR. CALDWELL'S butterflies with chenille drouth is broken, we may expect an i . .rw Hw (lnnp wnf(wito seeone of the k j u uccu m a..... mi. Eastern markets. All improvement on even the present flat i ana bombastic claims. spangies uiiiuti U export cattle ant! f CURES INDIGESTION. uepuDiicanswnouiuuoi.iuivcuau.icu.uf. n Thevwill Ioncl an to say is, we buy tering outlook Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and Good buyers always in attendance for we have Monumenls, of the brain. He spoke about w mm-- 1 ,ast soagoI1s i,at other kinds of stock. t in the best markets of pastcoes and livk SToch.. utes anu described ail tile Mate issues American Marble and Granite. Consignments for Commission firms given gronipt atti :.! Evelyn Cable. the world, select the la- - Pastures have improved slightly dur and called Mr. Walker out on the at- PRIVATE E07.SE SALES EVEP.T "vTESKDAT. li. The condition Xovom- - ional issues, .whicti Wr. AValkerBaiU Vnn nver know what form of blood Keop ber 1 averages GO as against 65 on Octo-- were dead and did not amount to any poison will follow constipation. t's L. buy you know ,OU Mr. the liyer dean by us.nc Debi necessary, thine in this State campaign. . w , t j n I 1(1 SHOUT LINE TO . .I'J LLl - lkluUID UIIU the latest, here neKlecteil, stock cattle es- - Walker closed l.y reuearsing insnrst famous little pills for constipation and liver and bowel that what 3rOU pecially, are reduced in flesh. Far speech. goods. -Tlmsfl who are coutomnlatinrr buvincr Marble. Granite, or any kiiid of troubles, .rerry co 1 nomas. curtailed the number or Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call attlio old stand in the'reai want? If so, trade with mers havehand so as to better enable A Narrow Escape. constantly stock on A wise man is one who is wise of the Ju. 13. Church on Irvino Street, wliere they will find 10 buu an ou lwnd Best Line to 01 new crot and of highest quatity. It costs comparativeh' !i Are thoroughly Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada them to care for the remainder. Few I ir n f he isn't wiM5 a Iaro stock of limflioU work to select Irom.at prices I. more to sow our Best Grade Seeds than the ordinary stocLa so generally offered, w hi ARKANSAS, TEXAS, V. G. GOUCHKK. one: of the best workmen in Central buyers. cattle are being leu lor maiKet.auu , ijart.oi uroion,o. u., ,.a0 the results will be far snore satisfactory. r t0 answcr tho question a fool KentucKv, is in cnarge 01 onr P6aDiisunieiii anu hub nu u. MEXICO Our CatalogueEivesfuliestiaforniationaboutGra.'wcsand Clovers; soils the varieti, , on accuuiu in uie atioriitw v. nu unu... mm u uuu uuiu . i,iv-are adapted for, best combinations to give largest resultsinhay orpasturaRe, care of in every pjii8. I'arties living at a distance should write to us for designs, CALIFORNIA. terml-- l AND and meadows, etc. Write for Catalogue aud prices of any seeds required. jrrazing and the scarcity of stock water lungs, cough sot in and finally which will bo furiiishod on application. Lonis-vil- ie AND rsllfuaR ToarM. Sleeping Car leavesthrough Four Doctors 80 com- - nated in Consumption. his ability to mak Were it not for the cenoition of these is but niRiit and runs rrery SrYOTJR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.- OvUi'ii'O'j, pertnjjers.ftc. gave me up saying I could live but a 0iack appear whito his eatanic majesty teSaaFrsncfoen. pared with average jears. LOUISVILLE. KY. r;ot for particulars or write Art: voar ticket Hoes Have been marketed freely, and short time. I cave myself up to my would soon have to retire from busi tax II. rowier. Traveling K TviniaTrill but a small portion of the numbor fed I Savior, determined if I could not stay ! ness T0TJ ABS A DEMO 3E AT Free reocuninz umir vara Louisville to llemphU and New Orle ins iiiv fr!n.iiil on earth. I would meet routine nncnl.l Tln ifimlilioii. com " lau iyspepsia imy-bovc- u WU. A. KELL0ND, Mv husband A. II. HANSON, is .K). Tliirtv mv n1,KPnt one above. ,.r.l -" o virs. ; ... . never found iiermaueni lenei uu A.Q.P. ALonisville, and, of course.want a Democratic newsfi P. A.. Chicago. s ;o iis i mil Kotl(), .Uyppt.p8ia (j,lr0 Kow two correspondents report hog ciioiera wa8 advised to get l)r. King is the nnner. The Chicaco covcry for Consumption, uougns, am wei anj oei iiJce a now man, and 97 report none in county. Democratic Weekly Xewxpaper ili ami t n trinl timk in all. eiirht bottles. I writes S. J. Floniii)!i. Murray, r. Railway. k Country. Know u. Cures It advocates the nnd thank God I am It is the best digestantI'liysiciansevery m,ri in5din lmiis- - if forms indigestion. rendoption of the platform and the ro- - 7 wo- - nil Ktfect DcemHer S, lfS 1 la ing the corn crop. Tlie yield has saved and now a well and lieaitliy where prescribe it. l'erry & Thomas, nomination of William Jennings Bryan, OAILV BXOKPI' SUNDAY. proveii disappointing, falling far below man." Trial bottles free at Ferry and cam-pai- n 'lucre lias never been a political Some men have no business in pol expectations. More than the usual at- - Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 60c p.m. p.m i. m a. in that will equal in importance tention has been givon to saving the andSl 00 guaranteed or price refunded. tits, and politics is all tho businefs 7 Ar. 1 Hi Lve. Hicbmund iM 7K 6 IE 11 Wlncheater that of the one to be fought next year. 1 i some men have. . S 4S 1 " Mavuvtlle . " 8 40 8 30 The Republican party, backed by tho fnilil..r enm niul tlifl snnnlv.uf TOUIl-- I 10 " 7 M 5 28 M " Pari fa i I'nnsiilnred amide. 4 10 W fi 17 Hwimtown If it takes nine tailors to make a man, power of this country and Valley View and Vicinily, 3 40 money Lve 7 00 Lucas Moore. 11 St Ar. Prankroit 71 how many does it lake to and ajigressive. From the Arcent-- l Europe, is alort f.m,ni.I.iiiar f.f Aiirlculturc. Aak lor ticket via Paris. woman? victory of three years J. IT. Million sold to H. M. Morgan a tailor-mad- o J K NEWTON, O. P. A. Flushed with the every means in its A Frighlful lilutiiler ago it will seek by bunch of euukliiig ealvts for 130. 1 .l"nn,,A nil- tvlHi its nftur ftflVl-IS- . to maintain its supremacy. Will often cause a horrible Burn. John Calvert and Tom Harilm.liave ......ii,. .instrnva thousand-- of neuwle. It . Democrats must be up and doing. ouickIv cured... bv One Minute nr ltrnian. Uncklcii's- Arnica opened a meat market on Main street. ;. . : " ..5.i,i 1.. cougn t;ure, me oniy rouiouy .i.., u. hey must wag an nnceawng war up- - Salve t,,0 befet Jn the vorld, will kill Cant N. D. Burrus of the Baldwin to A I). produces immediate results m coughs. mi.twl his farm on llieir enemies. 111 nu ucuer iu. liain and nronmtlv heal it. Unres i..i!.u ! colds, croup, hronelutis, pneumonia ,. The present seliedule of Illinois Central Rall- - more eifeetive way can this be done n, , Rnrw, Va. M Sores. Ulcers, Boils, liurrus. ami throat and lung troubles. It will from rerry ana J. fl. Million was thrownconsider- a prevent consumption, Mphi ad New o.ieans. hsiadejt all Skin Eruptions. Trv LION COFFEE nnd vou will never use f V- Felons, Corns, ! Accept no horse one day last Week, and Tboums. TrsfMMiM.'Ariil.n.i aincaiiforniaanThe Denincraiic newspapers. Tlie publisher jest i'je Cuio on earth. Only 25 cts. a ably bruised, but uot seriously. any other. It is absolutely pure Dispatch, will senu a b(JX ( urs on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. Sold by Per Coffee and nothing; but Coffee. makes a great diiference whether It The Cmmax with its Climngutoness, "Mmited." is equipped makes It "Kasier inan n CO,y 0j 'i lie UlllcagO UlspaiCIl iroin ry & Tli' inas, Druggi.-- t. Arguoite." Says JJrottier glasses are used under or over the nose. call us tlie " .,.,.111 January 1. 1001, for Woods, what we've done to the Bads Genuine RubyScttlnpj ,..L-- Tbc Centralis the only line wmelirunx rree ...... There are 2,300 central station plan's has been a "datnsite." " Chair drsmd VesttDuilea trains i ou ecu IB. ji juu These articles mailed Gold Ring. a Week'r - tl.i- electricity in tho United political weekly, send in SrSr SRS Last night at Baldwin BrutusSanders for generating exchange rorljllon b uz x&m lion heads cat from i) J-. riff 9 25pm ten cents nt once, lou snouia not oniy accidentally discharged a icvolver, tlie States every TUiirwlay I.ve heads and Ifffl , ... .8 18am ... .,.,.. 1, i,i :,uin. lull Rtiikiiii'ii Air. Until ev ill uie ueau. .. Arr MmphmFrfda.??' pkgs, U u nurara 1. front x lb. LION COFFEE IJUreCU, UUK a ) 1 4Jpm ll'l llllS Id RKl klj VySI Arr New Orlea.il Friday Dr. J A. Davis was called and dresseu He (ardently) -- I am heels over head Ziisiopm nn your friends to join witli you. By a stamp. I.ve NewOrleansFri lay ijS g Saturday the wound, which is not dangerous. so- Arr Ilounton in love with you. She (the cruel i tspm little eilect you can enxily raise a club Arr San Anton'o Saturday platt having the These rinps are genuine rolled-- i Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents) Tuck Baxter, who joined the Regu- quettc) -- "How awfully upset you must ' Arr BlMo Sun Jay nT)nc..ir!indn nnd nunlities of olld gold. MnS of ten or twenty subscribers. Arr IrfM Anitelea Monday lars three years ago, is at home, alter be!" the makers to last two years wilh ordinary usage, .s 15pm FraftciacoTuusday Dispatch is indorsed by Arr San n'ne Chicago patterns and very popular. circling the globe, lie says he has Seen Sent by express (charges preWilliam Jennings Bryan and other enough of the Philippine Islands, and TtM it TW Tm YUf Km4( to (a&mi. It is a matter of wonder that nobody paid), for 170 Pentecost.-Alliance Convention, the horrors of "benevolont To Determine Uie Size. Democratic loaders lion heads and ever excused his tardiness by claiming C3? lrtiea deirinir to make a comfortable trip to Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 1890. stamp. a well to comthe territory wutkHi d will do tlie sun rose too late. rXi municate wUh K. II. F.wter, Traveling PassenF. M. Bryson and A L. that of thick rapor so that thecml- Cutaslrin II R. Smith, 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue Annual Convention National Hardger Aiteut,. iAuiaville. Ky. exactly meet hen drawn tiyhtly around A very fine umbrella, made of anion partnership and ncU-t- f Ciirssio, IlliliOR. A O. P. A., Association, PitUburg, Pa., Nov. Bryson havo formed amill near Berea. joint of tlie linger. Lay one end on this d ii(. . ware Wu. ALroHn Kkixond, frame vrith seven ribs ; steel rod and sU ver will operate a saw at the 0. and order the number the otu-Lonisville, Ky. O 1". A.. lf!)3. A. H. Congo handle. Woald cost 100 at the stora. indicates. Mr. F M. Bryson will snpei Intend the decflg-l- y Chicag.), III. TT,ni.-3THT- i . ill nrr nriww Nationnl Convention Woman's and running 01 toe .111111. iney are ciever CALL AT "will undoubtedly sucRAIL-WHYDress-Pi- n Set. I Y. W. C. Association. Memphis, Tenn. gentlemen and Art Picture, " Easter . Knickerbocker" Watch.- - j Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. ceed. -:1801). LH1 nailed free for 15 Nov. l8-2Greeting-Given for 175 lion Twoextrafino ON KENTUCKY) Hon heads and a A movement is on foot at this place heads and a cambric handstamp. Three Annual Conference Alabama M. K. to secure street lamps for our town. It Given for 3 stamp. Neat appearkerchiefs, wilh Schedule In effect Jane 11. 1809. pins in theset (larger lion heads cut ing and an excellent imbeautiful Church, Birmingham, (Pratt City,) is a couitnendable undertaking aud - keeper. than shown), comfrom Lion CoNo. L Na5. IASTBOUND. lime ported lace meSolid posed of fine rolled-golnickel-silve- r ffee wrappers case, with (From should receive the support pt every Lv Louisville 1889 Ala., December" dallion inser . 7.4Uam 4.10pm 7.15pn with handsome and a ornamental lnck. tions in the corP.OSam 6.23pm 8.rrpn citizen who desiics to see ,our town Ar Shelbyville..... setstamp. points in Tennessee only. Nickel movements, SALOON PARLOR La'renceb'g..... nels. metropolitan &2pin a50pn Ar forgo to the front with tings. Suitable for fully escapement hem, machine 10. 10am n.47pm( 10.(pn A highly Ar VersalUes....... wcut-plnjeweled. Tho famous airs. 7HEH IN TOWN. 10.45am 7.15pm iaspn hemstitched; Ar Lexington ortlstie picture. neck-pin- s or as a "KnicKerboc stylish and durmat win No. 6. No. a No. 4. V, WESTBoesn. child's set. watch. At tho public sale of W. J. Harvey In the "good able. A pair of the finest 5. loan Lexinjrton..... 7.Jam; theae handker The old days" a near Raldwia labt Saturday.every thing Lv Versailles Ar 7.am! 4.52pm 6.37an ash-Bc- lt chiefs given for IS lion heads cut from background of and Buckle. man's care for sold fairly well. Corn sold in tho held Ar JLa'renceb'if &20am .M5pm 5.S.ran Ladies' Watch Chain. e Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c stamp. myal P. 12a wi 0.05pm 6.33an his health was forS1.71 per barrel, wheat sold for 60 Ar ShelbyviUo. furnishes a n Coolest and most refreshing A double strand of best silk cord, united 10.40am 7.35pm .fun appropriate marked by the cents a bushel. Two yearling heifers Ar LouioviUe nt intervals with colored beads ; neat and EASTIiOL'.VD. of drinks that can be found WEST15O0SU. comrasl to Uio substantial. For 15 lion heads and a completeness at Sol 75 one mule colt bold No. 13. No. It. STATIONS. were bid In jjlffiillih Children's Picture Book. little gkl and stamp. iplpf 12. Na No. of the armor in lor $20. in the city are dispensed her while EastCOUpm 7.40am Lv Loulsvil Ar 7.35pm lCMOaa er lilies. Size, which he lock o .late and accommo 6.30pm. 10.00am Lv LarncbrffAr1 EklUpm &10an by up-tGent's Given for 10 lion of J II. Tudor died at her 14x28 inches. Tho wife ed himself up. 7.15pm! ia43am ArlfarodsbgLv; J.SSpm 7.S0an-- i heads and a For 10 lion beads dating clerks. Watch. stamp. Sixteen It was very u- home enear Newby last week, ago about 7.30pm iaam! Ar Burgin. . Lvl 4.15pra 7.10an and 2 cents wo service vers. large pages of Monhealthy in thirtv-fiv- condueteS by Funeral It. L!od, XASTBOUKD. WBSTDOUHD. free for 90 wdl send it tinned ready for banging. flailed ther Goose Melodies Rev. W". Kept on Tap. Oenulne Saratojs Water lion heads and a merry were No. IS. 1 No. 67. those STATIONS. No.lij tNa03 CS illustrated and with ! stamp. The days "of jovial of Richmond. Mrs. Tndur was a de4.00pm 7.40anVLv Loulsvil Ar ia40am! 7.3Tipa nicely lithographed Flower Picture. " celebrated Mailed free for 15 lion heads cut from cover. We havo B.09am robber barons, vout member or the Clnistiau church, 6.33pm 10.25am, Lv ShclbvilAr 9.12ami 6.0ftptr watch; stamp. Lion Coffee wrappers and a x.50pni) different books, so Lv Versllos Ar "..Warn 4.15J rr and stem-sto be outside of and loved and respected by all who. 7.10iimi 11.10am Ar Midway Lvi 7.30ara 3.S8pn: Latest style of Imported black Swiss you can get an d ; durable ribbon belting; stylish Imitation the 6teel case know her She leaves a husband anu Georgtn Lv 7.00am 3.00pn Second St. Phone 3. case; each oxidized silver buckle; neat, strong and of knigUiood. accompaneevoral children. EASTDOUNU WESTBOUND. watch fashionable. ied by guaxanteo It was steel vs. tNo. 1. tNa 5. STATIOSS. tNo. 8.HNa 2. RTOmfOxYD, KY. le of the maker. steal every "Democrat," Napkin-Rin- g. 7.40am 10.40am 7.33pr Lv Iiuisvll Ar Silver J. D. Bri.lses. Editor 6..V)pra Century Cook-Boo- k. hour of Uie LuiiicaMer. N II.. says: "Ono Minute 10.22am 7.3."pm Lv VereUes Ar UOam 4.45prr For 15 lion heads and a 11.02am ArNichlvllI A .fprc Roofing, Guttering day. In our Touch Curo is tlm best remedy for llpm! fUupm ArllichmndLv Cfam S.P0prr 2cent stamp. Neat and C05am Ladies Pocket-Boo- k. times a man U niiin I ever used." Immediately rc- - l.tfipm sul&tantiai. Made of durAr Irvine Lv 1.45pn 3GS pages of valu- - g and Gene .tl . For 8 lion heads and a 2c stamp. able metal, heavily Large sire and. crKnnv fab I needs to lie .. fej,, No. I. No. 3. American Beauty ltoscs and Lilx able cooking re-- IS lievesand cures coiiiins, cohim, croup, Two different latest shape. Black armed inside asthma, pneumonia, bmiichiiis, grippo Lv Louisville.. Sire, 11x21 Inches. li'h: ceipis, niso ircause Cj Job Work. patterns. 7.40am 7.45pra learner. nn llio labor of the 11 and artistic coloring. Ar Lexington I0.4.vm 10.35pra with live separato rather than ami all throat and luiic troubles 11 Ar Knoxvlllo . . p6iV kitchen, dlnine- dlvixions.includlut: 7.eopm 7. 15ato Coin-Purs- e. out. The nrevents consumption. Perry and Ar Ashoviilo room.laundry.slck. s & a ,. Vltum l.lOprc irentle Rerra is Thomas. room, and remedies n "The Dancing Lesson.'' .flap to hold vislUnK Ar Savannah For 15 lion heads ami for tho more com- - g like love in that he "laughs at lockcards secure. a Ar Jacksonville stamp. Color, O.tOam mon diseases. Given for 25 tiori smiths." You can't lock him out. but daik hrciwn. Made of (1.25am Ar Chattanooga..,. NEV TOBJC FASHIONS. heads from Lion fine kid leather; chamyou can make it so mighty uncomfortable 151 Ar Atlanta ..... .... ia45am lLSOora heads and a , Coffee wrappers ois lining-- nickeled stamp. Ar Macon... ....... MOani jjji for him that he'll le glad to get out and and a 2c. stimp. frame, with strong .... 0.10am 9.10am The latest tailor gown lies two or seen some ouier locging. i i Lv Chattanoomi ii:proi G.'45aci The greatest protection against disease three inches on the floor In back. Table Cover. Ar nirmlneham.,., lo.Ocpm 11.30am County Court Days. is a healUiy condition of the stomach and o.DOpm Ar Meridian Ladies' Pen-Knif- e. Colored silk taffetas waists are trim Duntblo, Ar New Orleans.,,. 8.25am other organs of digestion and nutrition. Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. For 15. lion heads cut from med etTectively with bands of White Health is the true armor against the Lion Coffee wrappers and 2c Trains Nos. 1,2, 5 and 0, between Louisville Richmond, Madison county, first Mon The" material stamp. Large she; good magerm. Tlie health of Uie stomach and Uatiii dotted over with French knot6 of and Lexicston, carry Free Observation Chair : that will terial handles-niccloars decorated day. allied organs is assured to those who use black silk. strong, sharp stand and ascorted colors. blade ; The green grass and trees, the littlo Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery. No. washing. at Lexington daily Lexincton, Fayette county, second The newest Paris skirt has a narrow inroucnI aronnecssrara to CJhat tanorca. with hrown kitten and Uo girl's ecpinir inches litres It purifies the blood, strengthens the box plait in haudle. pleasing com) in iiluiof colMonday. inctam and rjew Ortea'iis, and ttrouch sleeper the centre of the back. stomach, nourishes the nerves and gives ors. Size, 15x21 Inches nailed free for including fancy fringed border. Mailed EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY irera i For 12 lloa heads and o 2c stamp. wee, babies. Best &Cn. SOJIVIUC.uaiianooira to Aitamajuscouuca Jact lion heads end a stamp. new life to Uie lungs. 8 For Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon free for 23 IjoA head and a 2c. stamp. - Trains No. 3 ahd 4. riirpiich There is other intoxicant day. Thf man is who has a good, sound, re- contained no alcohol or Medical Discov- are showing some dreams in the way tween Lcuisvilic iid lJirciinir-- 'slceninrcar be in. connecting, in "Golden liable eaniage tinder him. He can of pretty white silk and moi itiosacoucs at Lexington irlth throu?i Pul'man ?lerpra Tflp (ioorgelowu, Scott county.third Mon- reM secure in the thought that when ery." a ARB ONLY A F EW OF THB UOH COFFI6E PREMIUMS. Another list will MOTIVE. via Uiirrlm n bnweea ICnoxvIU- -, AsIieviUe, lose-bud- s "I used ten bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med- imbroidi'ied all over with tiny, z'.i r ia thU paper I feon't otics ill Thu graadtt Hst of premiums ever offered ! day. UUlUIUUld .H Vi.lt Ml. JJ Ullll rfaCKCOUVUiC. . has one of our well made, reliable ical Discovery and several vials or ills ' Pleatant lie 'When writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or reAlso, some The only lino vith or daily trains be Pellets a year po this BanvilleBoyle county, third Monday, plifctons, carriages, runalmnts, whale- trouble wilh indigestion spring, and have had no pacitage wun me lion neaos. II more man is lion neous are seni, yuu u.,i ihccu iouisruic. ssaciDyyineaca Lexlneton. since." write Mr. W T. confections in this nave postage by trlmmlnz down the margin. Ask your grocer for large You always know UON COFI-'Eby the wrapper. K Is a sealed packNicholasvillo; Jessamine county, third bone speeders, or road carts, that come Thompson, of Townsend, Broadwater Co Mon dHlniy crocheted Daily except Sunday. Other trains luusira.ca premium list. Adaress an letters to me age, with the lion's ktmi In front. K fai abwCwtely xtre H the package what may 011 Ihe rnad, his wagon never tana. v.oiQi lan 10 leu nowiuanmnt I am icr line are seen at the same fairyland or A. WllEllON. 1 A;T. A.. 5TSffiw T.t-- daUy. ;Monday. Is unbroken. HON COFFEB l roasted the day it Imvm the iactory. the relief, as 1 WQOLSOM SPfGE GO., Toledo, Ohio,, will trivo way. Wo havo one of the seemed that the had snuered so muchnoand it baby finery. Txln'cton, liy. IralsviUo. Ky. t pood. doctor rouia du jnr Winchester,, (tyturk county, fourth finest stocks of road wagons, roekav ... a..i.j. , ......... t. ..... .i : t . ... ... i. j. - tu. jj4ii.sviije. lv v winter cbstuma- - has sun t of KS.GANNoi.ad V.P.aG.M., J.'M Cnu.T.vM : 1" Asti'libh S-i a"."""" .'" Monday. wayu iuiu ...i.i i!.n.i t.Mii;i.-r- . m nu, auie to wort at an. r.owiiwei."K ""'J. ..itu-i iuv( .iii bkisiari Wnfhl0EUaD. O. Wahlnalrfu. D.C . JOHN &0NELSU.N, I'rsp'r., black cloth, trimmed jjvith candoadasworkonthe;) W U. U.TA YLOK. A.G. PA. Versailles, woodford countyj fourth moud. LouIavUle. Ky. Kentucky (Jarnage Works I Sr. Fierce s reluu. MnoiKousness. Stitched with whitifcroasing pointed - Washington, D. a Monday. CO C ogoogo o o o CT e g as compared with the acreage of per cent of which was seeded oriur to Nuvitnber I. This is in strik ing contrast with the same date of 1808, of the acreage when fully 30 per-ceremained to lie srfwn The western section reports the acreage the same as last year, the increase being in the central section. Tlie snutlieastcrn ceclion, whore comparatively little wheat id grown, is not included in the estimate of acreage auu condition of the wheat crop. number of counties A THE SYSTEM show considerable increase in acreage a substantial i faNSES and a few of these report it the larget-- t 1 his is in the history of the count es. Ifset by reports from counties whore the drouth prevented the seeding of any but the tol act o and corn lands, by ' OVERCOMES -- .i RATION ,. reason of which the a. renge is materia!- ly reduced. MARlTIIAI - W- JHEKMANtNILT. The couditionjcompaiesttiili average year is 97. For the past three years T5 fECTS, the condition on November 1 lias been 1803. 00: 1897, 02; 1807. 90. as follows: f " D7 BUT THE GCrtVINL-MA- M In the western section the erudition lV 97, nliile for the central section it is 99. The feoil was in most excellent con dition for seeding, and generally there sot. nt temt. roa sau Bt iu wwsfcsti rait was sulllcieiitlnoisture to permit rapid Jan5-l- y As a result Jim! norfeet ireruiination. the stand is good and the plant is vigorous. In a number of counties local nlinir from time to time have made the condition phenomenally high. In the central section, Uourbon county reports the condition 140 compared with average years; Clark, 120; Scott, 115; Lincoln, 120, and Madibou, 123. In the western section, Hickman re ports a condition of 120 and Larue a condition of 123. Airninut these very favorable re Compel ou to trade with us ports, however, are reports from counand when 3tou give us ar trial. ties where the drouth was'long diffi severe and where the plant had culty in sustaining itself against the combined influences of heat and lack of In such counties the condi moisture. tion is correspondingly low. Some in35 jury also has resulted from insects. In 1 w Mercer county cut worms have caused at 101 Itcplirs were recehed this month ISO correspondents reircsiitiiig 102 counties. Wheat.., The clce of October saw practically the entire wheat crop seeled. The .iiiHiiinljiiwl iicnatre is estimated 1893, 03 A WOMAN HELPS WOMEN nt Acts gently on DSMEYS, the and Bowels .EFFECTUALLY are women everywhere who suffer almost because they cannot bring themselves to tell. iheir Ills to a physician. thcir Such women can surely explain their symptoms and con- to Mrs. Pinkham atLynn. Mass.. for the sufferingby letter nacnee repu&eu. m .uci uiu 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, don't delay. Her reply will cost you nothing and it will be a practical help as it was to Miss Ella E. I shrunk from Brenner. East Rochester. Ohio, who says: yet I knew I must of examination by our physictan. the ordeal backache, nervous tired have treatment My troubles were menstruation ana feeling, painful 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. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound used as you wrote me has made me. entirely well and very happy. I shall bless vou as loner as I live." Mrs. Pinkham receives thousands of such letters from women. Miss A Rubber Tire Factory Here. Nellie Russell, or <J. lKr Jrf& &y 00 ' ivihk cf in a letter to Mrs. n8 Grace St, Pittsburg, Pa., rinit-ham 7ft JJi AA oVJ Mr. H. L. Midkiff has installed tliei Drst anil Only plant in the county for tlio construction and repair f rnblr tires for vclifclfs, and is turning out factory work at lea? than "factory pri xs. Wo examined Iuh wcrk and fouml It equal to any in service. He will "be pleased to exhibit his own factory wo .k and quote prices. Ho putsrnbbor tribes on old wheels and the life of. iho vehicle is proiongod fo that twteo their cost is saved, not to mention thb Comoct25-l- f fort derived- (5ui?rnia1Tg5yrvp(. Our Goods AiND says : ' ' Frcm child hood I suffered from kidney trouble and as I grew older my troubles increased hav ing intense pain running from my waist to my womb and the menses were very painful. One day, seeing your advertisement in one of our rjaners. 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- Tca nnr txrKf rlnh nr noor to take Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which I can praise above all other remedies. It is a wonderful help to women." .& rim. Table Uo. S3. Tskin Effect Sun-'da- June 1st EAST BOOND 11. 1P'30. 1. 2d Class I No. 9 Clu-s-- j Vergalllcs Ho. 1 No. 3 Ex San KxSun'KxSan A. IT. P.M. A.M. 10 Insure your dwellings, barns and all oiber1 property in the Blue 3rasa Insurance Compa- ny. of Lexington, Ky., a homo institution Gives protection against Fire, Lightning and Tornado. The cheapest ana most rename company for tlie people of our county now operating in the State, and getr cheaper ever year as long as you continue in the company For further Information call ou thei' agent and collector, 8. It. II. 11LACK. Attorney-at-LaRichmond. Ky , office on Main Street, opposite Court Hoube, next door to State Bank & Trust Co., second floor. J. II. I ABTEH, Pres. may3l-l- y C. C. DOSWORTII. Eeo'y. i "1 LtUr?r 4z Z -1 3obLJ mJ-- n 1- "S e rn CURE Nicholasvllle ... It 02 Valley View... Million Richmond.. Union Moberley 11 p. 12 12 12 12 1 11 11 11 20 41 68 13 S5C 7X 8 00 S 7 55 fi 30 9 00 lYRUP PEPS8 "cures constipation.! DR. CALDWELL'S 8 13 A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of 'INTERNAL ar.c EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 75 Cents; Bottles, 50 Cekts. JAMK F. BALLARD, jr. 30 BnsaflelJ.... Panola .. Irvine. 13 30 35 03 i Dyspepsia Kodo Cure Sole Proprietor, - - 310 Horth Main Street, ST. LOUIS, u Di-upisi- I Our prices . " Digests what you cat. tro-piec- e. -- ld Kvaggrg! gTgtoj ex-De- IsmliuS, Wor Pittsburg Central Stock Yards It Best Distributing Point East s -- -- -- :i rl ,.....,. 18 03. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Peopkietok. ,VRUP PEPSI te ami fc ,, hae I V FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. Simon O'Donnell, General Mana.Jit: Up-DO-a- New Orleans Is mm 1 mmf nUyy 11 rm seeps ; iiu-.iu- s i, White Gibson JKMES T. HAMILTON, ! hM toril . Ttr M.i,..i. ,.,;t . EASIER THAI EVER. : ....... 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