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RICHMOND, MADISON DEMOCRATIC TICKET. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1899. NUMBER 25. H: charged by the city ol Cincinnati is one fleial, tho mayor, but the good or bad TESTING B.1IDES. MR. BILLENMEYER of the very lowest in the country, management of the affairs of the corRKl'AIRING AND TIMKINQ FINE WATCHE8 7 amounting to but $12.50 a year to the Hration could then he brought to the A SPECIALTY. Tlie following relatesa custom which WHITES OF WEATHER, ENTERTAINLY ANNOUNCEMENT average householder, and of the 3,11X1 door of the proper person, and the would not be hml lo follow iu our own CHOPS, RESULTS AND PROSPECTS. FOB COUSTY CLKRX. plants in I Tip country there ate but iwo present unsatisfactory condition of count! y in this day and time wJien We are authorized to announce ARCH Mint lme lower cliargif, viz: Hartdividing the girls are taught so little of domestic between KAVANAUGHPOTY forCount - Clerk, suclect Tho first snow of tbe seacon lust year r r ir thA .Minn r.1 ford Conn., with SH 00 and Akron. many officials would bo obviated. fell on October 26 and only four times arts: r J(Al i announce n Ala- n . .. Wa n..ll.n.l Ohio, with S1200. Nevertheless, the J " i" Important questions affecting 'the in the past twenty years has there beon "In Siberia tiiero is a good custom BURN a candidate for County Clerk, aublect works are self ustaiiiing and the management of the several industries snow in this month. After September that n bride, on coming to bar husWe are authorized to announce D R. TEVIS .incurrt-in acquiring the would be considered by the mayor. 22, of last year rain in largo volumes band's house, has to givo a dinner pre a candidate for County Clerk --subject to the works and putting iheui in their pres- together with his cabinet, consisting of All Work Guaranteed. frequently fell uutil winter bad fairly pared with her own hands as a test of Vt are anln"rlzd to announce M. M. ent condition has been paid off from the heads of departments, aud disposed begun. Prior to this date a moderate the education she has received. If she the receipts until there is but one mil- of as they arise. 2nd acreage of wheat had been sown, nnd succeeds in gratifying her guests, it is Richmond, Ky. Ject to the action of the Democratic party. lion dollars, approximately, still reIn conclusion, I would say that tho We arc authoriz-- d to announce from this early snowing came the ban taken as a proof not only of the young PORIl a y.iiumv IV! VWU.HJ VICllt, JESSE maining. LI MnrtMsiA fn r1 1. SUUICCb administration of our cities, which ner crops. a After that date came the woman's own excellence, but also a These figures apply up to and Includ- have been called the nerve centres of recommendation of her whole family, TOR SHERIFF. ing the year 1896 and the good Bhowing I ho social, industrial and political soil remained wot and uncongeniai.aud by whom she was instructed." the later sowings resulted in yields We are authorized tn annrmnr- - JOIiw 17 was made despite the fact that a politi world, represents the one problem of S12 W()ItTli:.()K PRESENTS WAGEIIS a candidate for Sheriff of MidUnn It is an egregious error to go to the county aubject to the action of the Democratic cal ring had for many years extrava- government that remains unsolved in varying from fair to very poor. For 50e wort li of work. Wo a'e giving parxy. gantly misused persons for political our republic. Its present condition, This year, owing to the dry weitl cr exception iiistead of the rulo. away watches, bievcles, sevin c mo auiuuiucu to announce duiir w. purposes. Sluce that time, however. with but few exceptions, is a reproach of September, little seeding was dono Rims, Ac. &c to introduce- Our DALTARD. of White Station, a candidate for under different and inure prudent to our civilization and our form of gov then, but October with its balmy air junior, PASTIME, h high-clas- s illustrat- nnrtv. ami frequent showers was nn ideal ed fauiilv paper of from 10 to 32 largo We are acthorized to nnnnnnr marttw management, tho annual cost of oper ernment. As Prof. Wilcox has said in time for committing the golden grain GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison ating the jilant has been reduced from his City Study ot Government." to the earth. Never withiu the writer's pages; 01 to V2S columns of Chice Good county, subject to the action of the Democratic $670,031.09, to $174253.50 per annum, so Democracy must fight for its lifa in Stories, Literature Art. Humor Letters party. memory was su large a porportion of We are authorized of Travel in Fortegn Lands, &c. &c DUS a candidate forto annniinrp P. Tl. nnnn that the present city officials will find tho cities." And unless best minds the crop sown so early at the same time, Sheriff M Madlnnn Mlnntr. it possible without Increasing The Leading Specialists of America the pres amongst us find it worth their whiles And nil you have to do to get $42 worth Duujcti vu iuu uciiua 01 me uemocratic party. ent rate, of paying from the BUrplus to turn aside from the pursuit of their nor does he remember so perfect a 20 YEARS IN OHIO. FOB ASSESSOR. of presents is to get 20 subscribers at ttand, so much vigor of the individual Choice of three good We are authorized to announce JfiR iT.n. earnings the interest and sinking fund business long enough to assist In bring plant, nor so many elements conducing 10c fc ach. Send 10c in stamps for full 250,000 CURED. xia.il a candidate lor AFsessor or office rooms over Dougparticulars, long list of presents and couniy suojeci w me action or theMadison charged on the indebtedness created by ing ordinary business methods and to tlie reasonable expectation of full Demothe building of the new six nnd common honesty into the administra WE CURE EMISSIONS our papor, PASTIME, for C months. cratic party. las & Simmons' hardharvest next vear. water works. We are authorized to announce tion of our cities, the consequences will Nothing can lie demoralizing to Address THE PASTIME Co., Louis- - BAKER a candidate for Assessor of JAS T.. ware store. Main St. The dry, hot and long summer lias Madison yonng or middle-agemen than tho presThis clearly demonstrates lhat under be disastrous. couniy subject to the action of the Demovillo, Ky. They ence of thee "nichtly Icfje?." brought from the low strata of tnc soil Also very desirable cratic party. reasonably good management, even un prodnco weakness, Dervonsne-- , a feelinj? eight-room- ot diigust and a whole train uf symptom?. its valuable riches nnd fromthesespring residence, Wo are authorized to announce OEORO& der the spoils system, a municipality Vulcaiiic ttrfyiiions They unfit rt man for bntincfo, married NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison A WONDER rUL DISCOVERY. ihe bright verdure and robust vigor with modern convenlifo and social hnppinos. No matter county, subject to the action of the Democratic caufcupply ileelf with water inor cheap; Are grand, but Skin Eruption rob life whether caiuod Ly evil habit3 in youth, the new sown fields so pretNpt only currs, but keeps well. Is party. iences. ly and abundantly, than under private natural weakness or sexual eicesses, our fjoy. I.ueklen's Arnica Salve, cures that makes "While ty just now. tfew Method Treatment will positively lower depths We are authorized to announce J. W. management. the sold by an organized company of reHow much greater the tern; also Old, Running and Fever DEATH ERAQ E a candidate for cuieyuu. of of earth are yet quite dry, there is sponsible business men and has en- Madison county, subject to the icnotabl ihe advantage, therefore, could ttie spoils lores. Ulcers, Koils, GRIGGSBY Sz MUNCEY. Felons, Corns, NO PAY moisture near tlie surface, dorsement of thousands of Clergymen Democratic party. system now in vogue be displaced by arts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scakls, abundanttho best interest of nt)D btiNN, Header, yuu ueod help. Karly abu;o or f nor does this grain and noted people throughout the coun- ofWe are authorized to announce the Glade District, acandidttefo'r Assessor, civil fervice, competent men be retained liapped Hands, Chilblains, I5est Tile i:ucr oicehfc may u&vo wenKeneu you. Exposure may have diseased yon. You try. We Fpcak of that wonderful In- subject to the action of the Democratic party. in positions capably filled, and prefer- cure on earth. Drives out Pains and demand full saturation. It was the exaro not wfo till ruro.1. Our New .Method j cess of rain in leaching out of reach of FOB JAILER. strument, Elcctropoiso, and ask your ment be the reward of duty well and Aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure vim euro yuu. lou rcn to i ik. roots available fertility tiiat made We are the announce iAMES C. faithfully performed. careful examination into the cures it T.ACKRY authorized totAr aranteed. Sold by Terry & Thomas, OnHilMftto CURED Jilln 'A MlHI.V. the growth ot tho plant so puny and unhas wrought Col. A. P. Nunally, of county, subject to the action olthe Democratic Tho municipal ownership of water Druggist. Vonnsr Man Yen nrn nnlp. iWMn 2 party. satisfactory last year. Water is much tho Inter-Oreaand hacsnrj; nervous, Initnble nnd Chicago, writes: works is therefore no longer an untried We are authorized to ciiauie. xoi Docomo iurggUul, xnoro?e. Th&long heralded and much herald- - needed by many country people, by the "Xearly three years experience with PARRISH a candidal 4hnqunA PETER O. problem ; its success has been clearly mm despondent; oii'tchc? nnd pimples. I '4 for Jkiler if Madlsnn EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL Electropoiso only confirms the truth of county, subject 'to the action '6f ttre Democratic demonstrated in the past; the agitation ed pyrotechnic star falling did not come measure of rain that would fill the form and ri'iwncat countenance reveal parly. your claims. I sav my friends that We are iuthoVizen to announce JACK ROSS for its adoption in thote cities which off and the astronomers have the credit brooks and pools, but would not add to . i too bhirhtc.f vtmr exiafccnw. tnsi ESTATE AND COLLECpresent luxuriance or well being of Madison county, for do not yet possess their own works of deceiving many thousands of people the for this Instilment is a most wonderful in- a candidate'only, Jailer of to WE CURE VARICOCELE ra one term subject the action of the TION AGENCY. vention, and I TOuld not part with uemocrauc party. argues its continued success in tho an d causing much loss of sleep to cred the wheat plant. 'Ki mi!tr Ii'itv fcrious your case may ! or h'iT long a any havo had it. our E'l'he crop year of 1S98 was nota banner ulous persons. mine if I could get another." Send We are authorized to announce F. J. PER- future. NEW MBTUO:) TltEATMENT will KINS a candidate for Jailor, aublect to the one to the farmer. Not a single staple : euro it. Tho "Vormy veins" return to address for our book gives lotters from action of the Democratic party. There is another feature of private j their normal condition and hence thi--t R. LEE DAVIS, Manager. No Kiglit lo Ugliness. yielded largely, and while prices have peoplo who have been cured by Elecownership of public utilities on which Foxual orirana receire nroner nourish ment- - Iho farcins bccmo vitalized, ail Hi: beon satisfactory, or are likely lobe so, THE MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP OF PUBLIC I Tiie woman who is lovely in face, ELECTltOPOISE CO., desireto touch. unnnturxl diaina or Ijmm cca?o anlpJ Farm, Mineral and Timber tropoiso.Avenue, Lovisville, Ky. 513 tniiDly powers return. No temporary SERVICE INDUSTRISE. Fourth Tho profits they make are frequently form aud temper will always have he lias hardly so macli money to jingle neht. but a rcrniRcnt cure as urcd. Lq Lands bought and sold Fept NO CUUK. NO PAY. so large as to make it of great import- friends, out one who would bo attrac- as those following industrial puisuits. NO Oi'KHA-tF- J TION Ni; NO DETEN-1Hon. Gustav Tafet, Mayor. Cincinnati, O.l ance to them to have their respective tive must keep her health If she is But in turning from the past to the on commission. i'cio.n xiion Li sixnsf. as possible peren- weak, sickly and all run down, she future, from labors ended to those be It is the duty of every city to pro- franchises GUSES GUARANTEED' K. and whenever a renewal is about will be nervous and irritable. If she ginning, he has much to stimulate the vide for its citizens pure nir.pure water, nial, We treat am', cue KYPIULIS. hope that this auspicious opening of in and out of the Avounts I,15ET. EMISSIONS. lVl'OTESTV", abundance of light and free highways, to be bad, tljeii large corruption funds has constipation or kidney trouble, her another year's effort is tho promise of uritiirrciiK. varicocele, semCity taken for Collection. all of wjiich are absolutely necessary are brought into play which are used impure blood will cause pimples, blot inal LOSSES. lSLA!fElt AND KID- larger measures of reward. The Optic Specialist, diieaOK. CO uSULTATION for the well being; happiness and pros- for influencing the public press, and ches, skin eruptions and a wretched free, ewe:; f runs, to cuarues complexion. Electric Bitters is the I AI0U2KATE. call, write i nable ?Vritc, or call on me for further of No. M4 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at perity of those dwelling within its alto directly in bribing the individuals IMPORTANT f ir a Oil. STION UJxANK. for HOME gates. In order that these essential of intrusted by a municipality with the bet medicine in the world to regulate particulars. TltEATMENT. tbcQlyndon Hotel, Richmond, To feeders, Breeders and Shippers of life may be provided without stint, as conduct of its affairs. It is, therefore, stomach, liver and kidneys and to puri Oi l ICE lloom 9, Moberley Build-i'j- r Ky. they should be, and inasmuch as they not altogether a rare occurrance to eee fy the blood. It gives strong nerves, livestock. Competition open to all Richmond. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, KENNEDY ftERGAN must bo supplied, without a single ex- two or three corporations hold undis bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich States and markets. 122 W. FOURTH ST., The management of tho Pittsburg PROFESSIONAL CARDS. returning one day each mouth. Eyes exam- ception, to every member of the mn puted sway iu a community by influenc complexion. It will make a good-loo- k n ined and glasses scientifically adjusted. Central Stock Yards, East Liberty, nicipality, the task of supplying them ing elections of members of tho legisla- ing, charming woman of a should be undertaken and accomplish ture, of councilmen and other officials, Invalid. Only 50 cents at Perry & Pennsylvania, are offering the followATroasrars. Thomas' Drug Store ing premiums for the best load of rattle. 2 ed by the municipality itself, and not with whom they have 'to deal. DR. CALOWELL'I consisting of 12 or more head, $125; to a private party or corpora intrusted If by this bane R. E. ROBERTS, GOOD SALE. the second best load of cattle, 12 or tion. ful influence in our municipal life can VCURES CONSTIPATION. moro head, $75; the tiiird best load of ATTORNEY-AT-LAShould the municipal bo eliminated, the gain, from the stand Cobb & Lillard, of Boyle countv, on cattle, 12 or more head, $50. The var Now being over tratioa of water supply be admitted, point of morality alone, would be in niCIIMONO, - KENTUCKY, Monday closed out their herd of Short- ious competing cars of cattle are to be EOTI .all should settle the question then arises, shall tho self- - calculable. '.'"ci- in Moberley Ruilding. adminutraiion be extended to other Before recommending, however, the horns, and had one of the very best on exhibition and salo Monday, Nodown to business Forty- - vember 27th, 1899. Vf. MILLER. public scrvire industries, which a' extension of public ownership from sales held anywhere this year. three head, which included a number aboye premiums will be open to and forget our few political The though not of indispensable necessity water works to street railways, gas, Attokn of calves, sold for $6,435. an average of all breeders, regardless of weight. The to all citizens, r.ro used by a large per- electric lights etc., I think it absolutoly Kkntuckt. Ill'HMOHn, differences, We do not contest will be decided by three disinin tlie Uurnam Building, next door to centage of them, such as gas and eke-ti- c essential that the merit system be first not quite $150 a head. Ieb3-l- y r's N.ilional Rank. govern terested judges oi cattle, selected at the lieve in a light, street railway, and even tele introduced to prevent the manipulaDr. W. Wixon. Italy Hill.N Y.savs.- - discretion of the General Management ment and ask no special priv phones. tion ofthese large enterprises by politit-iau- s heartily recommend One Minute J. for selfish or political purposes. Cough Cure. It uave my wife immed of the Pittsburg Central Stock Yards. ileges or favors except that I bhall first discuss the municipal On the above day wo will have hero ownership of the water supply, as this In fact, I think that such an extension, iate reiiet in sutiocating asthma." Pleasant to take. Never fails to quick- a number of butchers from the East you favor us with an oportun- A I roHNKY is admittedly the most important and without tho safeguard oi civil service, ly cure all coughs, colds, throat KENTUCKY. I.IVIIMOND, indispensable of public service indus- would be a great menace to the com- lung troubles Perry & Thomas. aud who make a specialty of handling ity to show you our well se PURITY OF TONE, choice cattle at all times, and especial- lected large stock of New op-- j store, tries, a policy of liberal, abundant sup- munity. Tho discharge of great numbers mm r Taylor's Ilardwnr 0 - t,. i 'i.urt riouKc. Mnin Street. It has recently been decided by a ly cliice cattlo for the Holiday trade. Goods and demonstrate that ply of pure water to every citizen being of old employees and substitution of combined with great range dicated by public policy. Statistics new and untried ones, "which would ac New York Cityjndge that Jim Cor-be- tt There will also be large orders for the we can give you much better II li. IllMi'i, Trade. not and power are some of the show (Manual of American Water company every chnnee of administra- will is an actor and froma pugilist. There Export Holiday need not fear of the ATTOUNICY AT LAW. Competitors be no appeal this judment. for j'our money Works) that in 1896 there were no less tion would certainly result in demoraliCono-ver- , strong points of the Kentucky. L iMoNit. than 3,190 complete works in existence zation to this, and iu great financial 1 he public reached the same conclu market being oversupplied or that their than any Schubert, Kingsbury in this country, 1600 of which are loss. In addition to this, the enormous sion fOtno time ago. iniicc No. 13 First St. upstairs. 31 3u cattle will not sell for a strong price. house in the state. and Crescent Piano. Yours truly, owned by the municipalities which mcrease in patronage would enable J IV & D M. OUKKAOLT, Dr. II. H. linden, Summit, A!a.,says: Simon O'Donnell, Wall Paper from 4c on up to they supply, while 1,489 are owned by tho political boss to more securely inI think Kodol Dvspepsia Cure is a nov8-3- t Being &b ATTOKNEYti AT LAW, General Manager. private companies, 17 plants being of trench himself iu power, so that the dif- splendid medicine. I prescribe it, and the finest goods made. Win KkNTOOKY H unknown ownership. For the purpose ficulty of dislodging him (already great) my confidence in it grows with conIIM.JNU, MUCH TO FEED. HOW dow Shades 10c on up. Pic of very sold construction ot comparing the cost to the private would, under such conditious.be well tinued use." It digests what you eal street, over Chen-- a I'hm on and quickly cures dyspepsia aud indiWe One must feed according to the sea- ture Frames 20e on up. s gnieery. it is reeonimended to those consumer of public and private owner nigh Insuperable gestion. Perry & Thomas. This danger would bo entirely dis sons. The warmer the weather the less make a Mixed Paint for SI. 10 ship, I selected 36 works operated in who desire durability as pelled by V. R, LETCHER. well as a handsome ap- the nioro populus cities under condi system, the application of the merit The combined vote of Jones and Mc food, and if the birds have a good per gallon in white, black and may not require any assistunder which employees after Lean the opposition enndicates tions as nearly as possible-alike- , and Attoi'ney-at-fMtin Ohio range they pearance and fine finish. despite the drawbacks at present at having beetf appointed regardless of excetled that of Nash by over 50,000. ance at all. Thoro are some, however, all shades of colors, the best lvKXTUCKY. We 1 I1M..M), have several styes. Some tending who have their fowls in confinement, on market at any price. Stock municipal management of politics and because of fitness for their Yet u,Ii." with T. J. Smith, Jr., over in Mahogony, Rosewood, works in tho cities, owing to the pre- respective positions, cannot bo dis- great the Administration feels that a and they inquire 4,how much to feed." of Window Glass C large ngtoii & Mitchcli's "victory" has been gained. the largest etc. Prices range from valence of the spoils system, I found charged except by degree of a non- Huppobo tho opposition combines But There is no rule,as individual fowlsdifier, be$22o. 00 up. Eas3'- pay- that the rate charged by them is less partisan civil service commission, for tween now and next year and tbe same but one method is to give in the morn- and prices right. Call on ments. as much as may than that charged by the private com cause. Attorney-utrLuvotes are cast against the Republicans, ing only about one-haIn ordor that all this .may bo accom will McKinley feel the same way about be supposed tho birds require. Then panics. The average is as (20.45 to HARDING & RIEHffl. scatter millet seed (about a teaspoon-ful- ) $25.55 annually, per average household. plished it will be necessary that a great it when the voles are counted? TVl ihorlcv FitiiUl" tiir. Itichond. Ky 209 tf. aiH STREET. H. G. KENT, AGENT, in the leaves or litter, so as to make These comparisons, as a matter of er measure of home rule be accorded To Cure a Cold in One Day RICHMOND, KY. course, are hut approximate, because our cities 'and that they bo rendered the birds work by scattering. This will PET5I0IANS. RICHMOND, KY. of the great diversity existing in dif secure against the continuous meddling Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. keep them warm, harden tho flesh and Ail druggists refund tlie money if it promoto the appetite. At night give ferent cities in the method of obtain of State Legislatures. (ails to cure. 25c. E. flitS. GIHSON, & GIBSON, sig- them all they will eat. When each hen ing the necessary supply of water, ow Tho absurd condition now prevailing nature is on each box. W. Grove's oct25-6PHYSICIAN AND SOllOEON, ing to the distance of the points of de- w.ioroby members of the Legislature, a has had enough she will walk away Kentucky. from the food. AVhen the Inst hen has livery from the source of supply, the great majority of whom are from coun Ki. hmonk, There is a new religious sect in North All narties indebted to Thos. E. Gibson. difference jn the price of coat, etc. try districts aud unacquainted with the Carolina, which makes it a rule to finished her meal remove the food that dee'd., are requested to call and sett lo at once, and all parties having claims against said deAs an illustration of the result of needs of municipal life should dictate bathe daily from head to foot and put is left over. Next weigh the food.give ceased will 1115 the same with the undersigned Oifi.eiuihe oc (V.lius buiidiuK, 18 and to Wu,e iold Jrwj.tnre. Sir.e:, verified, on or long public management of city water tho method of government of a city on clean underclothing. As clennli- - it to tiie hens, and when each hen has nronerlr will be barred. before January 1. 19C0. or same JAS. V. GIBSON, Admr. works, thoso oporated by the city which they in no way represent, is in ne&s is next to godliness they ought to eaten, all having; left the food, weigh CHAR. HOOKKJt, nov8-FLORIDA GIUSON,""Admrx of Cincinnati will servo a good exam every way repugnant to sound reason "get there nnd stay there," as 15am that "which remains. You will then I ETEIUNA It Y SURGEON, ple, they having been continuously and iu direct contravention oi tho spirit Jones puts it. We know some, who know just how much a dozen hens Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. operated by tbe municipality since if not tbe plain words of tho various claim to have been regenerated, who will eat at a meal. Tbe next lnoruing MAGNETIC HEALING, as much as they ate, their purchase in 1839. The rate State constitutions. How often is Legis look like they never have taken a bath give only one-ha- lt Veterinary D n'iitry and Sterility a Specialty. so as to have them somewhat hungry lalive aid invoked and obtained by cor or changed their underwear. Certain up stairs, over atore recently porations against the express desires oi ly of such is not tho Kingdom of and induce tiicm to scratch. This is Originated by Prof. S. A. by Illchmond Harness Co., East Main St apr7-l- y Uiiliinond, Ky. the only way to know how much food Weitmer, the most wonderful the people of some community and in Heaven. to give. Farm and Fireside. the face of vigorous protest, and how man of modern times. II. G. JASPER, M. D 'I wouldn't be without DeWilt's often do politicians carry out their ne 'Extraordinary Offer. Witch Hazel Salve for any considera Medicine and Surgery. farious. schemes through this same tion," writes Thomas B. Rhodes.Center-tield.O- . PRETTY FINGERS. & Ofhce Prathcr Ilaildine, Main Street agency? Infallible for piles, cuts.burns. The Climax and the Ohio Farmer Profs, Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on HANDSOME RINGS! In order that public utilities may be and skin diseases. Beware of counter (weekly) for $1.50 till January 1, 1901. jiroHoway. We have tho highest regard for the safely managed by a community, It is feits. Perrv & Thomas. The best bargains ever offered in good The one deserves and should bo Richmond. - - - -- - Kentucky. reading. The Ohio Farmer is clearlv Graduates of North Missouri School of medical profession. Our preparations adorned with the other. ' are not sold for the purpose of antagon- necessary that there bo a distinct sep Sales of wool last week broke the rec the leader of the agricultural press of MAGNETIC HKALING, Mobcrlv, Mo., Our assortment of izing them, but rather as an aid. We aration pi the executive and legislative ord, the amount exceeding 25,000 000 America. It is the funnel V paper.practi-ca- l, will be in RICHMOND on and after G. W. EVANS, M D:, lay it down as an established truth that departments of the city government, reliable and entertaining. Twenty Nov. 0, 1899, to practice this wouderful FINE DIAMONDS internal remedies arc positively injuri- and that the executive department, to pounds. This showB what the mills and pages weekly., with liberal illustrations method of uuring ALL diseases with factories are doing in the east. The unci compie marnet reports iroin an tne out the use of drugs ous to expectant mothers. The distress Physician and Suuqeon, AND nnd discomforts experienced during the whose charge the management of the demand for domestic wools has not been leading market centers. No farmors UUKJvS under n is metnou appear as Kentucky Richmond. . months preceding childbirth can be al- service industries Bhould be intrusted, belter in many years, which is gratify home is complete without it. FANCY GEM RINGS, if miraculous, butsuch is uot the ca?e. leviated onlv by external treatment by have at its head one otllcial who should to Know mure about tuts The method of Magnetic healing as You ought '.Will prove an interesting study. Our applying a liniment that softens and reing to the sheep raiser, enpecially when great Agncullural paper. It will pay taught and practiced by Pror. Weitmer, DR.T. J. TAYLOU, prices for white, perfect and brilliant laxes the muscles. "We be held responsible for its proper ad' prices are several notches higher than you in dollars and cents to read it a is purely scientific. Magnetic healinii Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, In Single Stone make and sell such a liniment, com- ministration, and should, therefore, be than they have been for several yearp. vear. buoscrine at once and gettno lias "been practiced In all ages with Kentucky gems are very low. Richmond manner endowed witli tho necessary power?. great offer. Sample mow or less success. Every generation in Diamonds and Three Stouo Combine bining the ingredients call tta The clip throughout the west was heavy full benefit of this hitherto us!:aown, ata Tlie federal system, in opii - and this season sales were made freely copies of both papers free. Dou't wait. hots iiad its healers, many claiming this Btreet. and residence on Second tion Rings we have something especial u healing power to be a special- - gift Write us ion, most nearly meet with the requlr- - on theringe, most sheep-mely attractive both in design ami price. being PPOF. WELTMER.THE MOST WONmeiils of this scheme of government fairly well satisfied with prices The MILES OF POSTAGE STAMPS. 133 NT AX STOQBBT. DERFUL SCIENTIST OF THIS AGE. Under it, the mayor is at. the head of enormous demand for wodl wHI encourhail demonstrated that it is not A F. J. YEAGER, but a scibnee in every particular. the administration, and on him rests 0. F Jonkins, in theSciontific Amer GIFT, Weitmer and give a strong im- Prpf. has placed Magnetic Richmond, Ky We know that in thousands of casts the responsibility of its proper con age sheep raisers No. 28, 2d St. ican, says that during tho year 1893 Healing in the fore-fropetusto to this growing industrj. of all healing sep6-l- y It has proved more than a blessing J.o duct. He Is invested with the appoint DENTIST, United States Uureau of Printing or curative powors. By tho wonderful the expectant mothers. It overcomes mornDiovers' Journal. meuts of the heads of the departments or LODISTILLS, KY. ing sickness. It relieves the sense of and Engraving issued 2,500,000,000 of application of his treatment, its curatightness. H ad.iches cease, and dan- of law, public safety, accounts, and pub e Office next door to Government Bnllding, stamps, tive powers'reach every known diseaso. FADELESS the common red two-cePUTNAM 10 n-- i u . Ky. unite uours Hirhmsnd, who are afflicted with 'Rheumager from Swollen. Hard and Rising lic Improvements, with power of re nuvn-IDYES DO NOT STAIN THE enough to go almost twice around the Those Dvspepsia, Liver and Stomach tism. Labor itself is moval upon Breasts is avoided. stating to council bis HANDS OR SPOT THE earth, Time of Trains tt Winchester. Ky. Con plaint. Diseases of the Kidneys shortened r.nd shorn of most of the pain, Rfnnbnd nnn nnntlinr tlifiv Heart y)?. FRED SMITH. We know that many doctors reconi' reasons for so doing. KETTLE. Sold by C. L. would pile up 150rmnn beyond our at-- j knd. Disease, lemnle Troubles of anv WFRT HOTINn. Nervous Debility, St. Vitas mend it, nnd we know that multitudes Tho supervision of tho public service miles . 6 55 am Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accoin DEN 1 1ST. Dsuico. VaralysHi Asthnla, Consnmp of women go to tho drug htorcs nnd buy Industries should then, iu my opinion, Searcy, Waco, Ky., Thomas inosphore, equal 7 30 am in weight lo two of tion, Deafnera, Diseases" of the Eyes, , Eastern Express for Louisvillo KgOtRce, over Collins Qrocer-same nmcn Mnroh.ail fiml Tj Y 1,1 irtlrt AcCOtn it because they are sure their pin sicians 3 00 assigned to the director-o- f public im & Adams,Panola, Ky. o25-lan12-Ilati-loccupied by rr. V. W. Uun;In. our big locomotives, aud would innko etc , Lost Vitality, Cam-er- , Tumors V - 4 50 pin have no objections. Vc ask a trial-j- ust he New xork Limited provements, who should have the pow a fair test. T' ere is no possij lo To climb a treo'to catch a fish is tak- a blanket to keep the frost off the city nnd Goiters, sunken Chest. Magnetic EAST BOUND. chance of injury bcinir the result, be er to appoint superintendents of the ing much and doing nothing. Treatment will reach anv diseaso if of Washington. 9 J5 am Lexington and Moreliead Accom nronerlv applied. It is kuowinj: how H. Dr. Jl 68 am cause Mother's Friend is scientific various industries. The employees uu New York Limited F. V. V. If these stamps worked in relays, each that gives relief and cures We believe bot6 30 pm ally compounded. It is sold at$i a Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom They told me I watf everything; 'tis a taking the letter as far as allowed by however, . - a pm tle, and should be used during most of der the superintendents, Washington Express tliat any case of any disease can be lie; I am not ague-prooKing Lear. the period of gestation, although great Bhould be appointed under the merit the postal regulations, the message cured by oar treatment. So do not dis Accommodation trains run daily except SunNr, S03 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohicf, run daily. used only a sboit system, and removable only for cause trains pair, but come nnd Bee us. Consulta- wu bo at the Hotel Zimmeri Richmond, Ky., on day. Othersleepingand dining car service to relief is experienced if Geo. Noland, Rockland. 0., says: would be carried beyond the most Through time before childbirth. Send for our il- - by tid.n Free . t's "My wifo had piles forty years. civil service com New York. and, at the fastest speed at Terms'. S1.5Q WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1899, For information, rates orsleepcrrescrvationa lustraUd book about Mother's Friend Witch Hazel Salvo cured her. the- disjHjeal of the postal authorities, wisek office. per treatment or $7 per mission. r HOOD, Agent K. write Outside of office special call at It it tho best It THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Richmond, Ky. Such s system would, indeed, pot heals everything salve in America." di would occupy millions of times tile age terms. returning every second Wednesday o. each and cares all skin month. .Reference every nbyaician of Rich- or QEOROB W. BARNEY, ATLANTA, OA. great power into the huds of one of-- seases, rerry D,P. A-- & O. Ky.i Lexington, Ky. OQlco Hours: 8 to IS a. in. 1 to 5 p. in. feb!6-lof the sarth in tratwit. mond, Ky. inomaH. Jested. nri T P6eaxv d Re3t Sweet Stkeet, a. ma-cliin- - 4 TOT Rent! 3 i d 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.fev weeks, at prices ranging from $12 to $40. New, fresh, attractive designs and patterns. H r CURE' aS9300 ox-ll- t: TAKE 1 A PEEP into my store and view tlie handsome line of desks avalanche of beauty which are beitigoit'ered at prices out of joint. I Hi i Dr. Goldstein, -- ? $ ISlflOW Shades. Among tun-dow- vest of furniture fancies, there is. nolinemorecom- plete than our beautiful display of Window Shades. Every stsle, every color, and every price. Cull and examine the handsomest line of furniture to be found in Central Kcntuck-- . m' har- SHORT-HOR- N i al . 'I NEVILLE 220-22- 2 HE LLI j W. Main Street, RICHMOND, KY. 23. NIGHT PHONE S3. DAY PHONE other Unmti o, T. O. Lowry, - M gi $1S6,000 PAID IjYLIYIjYG BENEFITS $ 72, 75 4.60 RESER YE AjYD S URPL US. I lf The Reverse ot Lib kmm, 3 'A Notice to Creditors, We pay the same profits to tiie living that Insurance pay to the estates of deceased. largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to Sec-o7- ixj K. SMITH BOlAZyVmiN, SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. MRS. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. KY. U sill unntwfi nti m TRflffl L Hi accu-ple- d HWord to Doctors u in i!( " ' fib Mij, Is what you want preference to others. Reasons all -- why you should get S?" it and no other: tt gives more heat andK- uses less fuel. It more substantially and-lik- e over-strain- to-ua- Mother's Friend n nt . TTTI1 m v y ft-P- . from ashes, as it is carried away by the patent ash ilue. It has perfect regula tion and easy to The design of the stove is per-fee- t. The blackinir Of the outside facing never burns off and is bright all the year round For sale by JIB lli I. air furnace. a large face, which isSy a hot 'V It has- .jj. ssMsr-built . ' - circu-late- s the air rapidly and heats the rooms evenly. It is a double neater. jo dirt g op-erat- e. si Louis Landman f. non-partis- De-Wit- on-o- y. C. Ill How's this? The homo county of the lending Brown orators, which presuma bly knew them best, gave increased. Democratic majorities. Henderson ... Proprietor. J. C. CnENAULT. Iluainess Manager. county, the home of John Young A. D. HIMjBII Editor. Drown, give Goebel an increased ma O. K. WOODS. jority; Scott county the home of Hill WEDNESDAY. NOV. 22. Owens, gavo Goebel nearly 200 more than it gave Bryan; Washington counrUUHSOKU EVEKY W EDM BSD AT BY ty, where Uoarlng Bill Sweeney was reared, and Marion, Co. adoption, both rolled the county of his The up for Goebel; Kenton ounty. . IM5U fllll-HYKAlt. fl.50. the home of Theodore Hullam and also of Goebel. gave a majority of about 2.- THE LATEST. 400 for (ioebel, ruidsoon, and soon, down the line. The Richmond Climax. . . rest from his long and faithful vices in the railroad business at ser- Climax Printing Mrs. Emma Walker Herr, represent ing an Eastern newspaper syndicate, iB attending the National Fox Hunters Meeting at Estill Springs. In repor- torial ability she has few equals in the S'ate. Messrs. James W. Smith and D. Bates Shackelford, according to the "Actions of theJust Smell Sweet ed boy, ma-joriti- Taylor' ji'urality m 2.232 i thr Imiiii: counted. OoliStatu, all te ts vl lo he (It'fMcil, leave tlio fina rt'oiiU still in doubt. New pertinently tny. one of these tlim il tlwro Iw'l ang-of purity in even county in Kentucky (Soebel's mnjiritj would haw li.'on 100,000 or more. TiibG'h'-jii- lrn Tub Kentucky House of Reform, at JstuKton, will be formally opened ou November 2S. An invitation to be present, ihsued by 31 r. V. P Walton, one of the Board, is acknowledged with thanks. Tim Louisville Post rejects Mr. Oar neaie's $125,000 sift for a public library All mankind admires courage and on the grounds that it would fee a con William Jennings manly qualities. fession of nteudicaucv. To hell with Bryan, of Nebraska, is the personiflca mull editorial advice, basod on jealous lion of both. McKinley possesses great ly and false pride. cunning but has demonstrated that he Thk late campaign deadened more possesses no convictions that we will aspiring Congressional timber than any adhere to. He is the personification of vacillation, weakness event in many years. The man who double-dealinfailed to support tlio regular State and treachery and those who invested ticket this fall elands as much show in his election are able to realize on iu h with a their investment only through the politically as a June-bustrong band of Hanna who manages paper shirt on. their man in the White House. The Jx a fight for civil liberty in Ken race between Bryan and McKinley tucky Hon. . J. nroiiRton has shown next year would be too d ta be himsolf to bea groat soldier and patriot. His enetitive work will not ba forgotten really interesting were it not for the fact that the money kings and Trusts by a thankful people. l'.iutagrapli. No, it nil! i a I e forgotten and that's arejgoing to spend upwards of $50,000000 in an attempt to hold oh to the reins of not all. It will not be forgivwn. government. Tub sudden death of Hon. Evan i 'Wk are, ns are all the- balanco of our iSottlo, from the Ashland east a gloom over the entire people, hoping for a speedy terminadistrict, tion of this revolution, but it drags its Htato. His speech was the best of the weary length, crushing hearts and campaign here, and he made an breaking up homes, till the end seems entire impression as to his abilities and per as far ofT as when it first began. Jet' sonality that will never be forgotten by to Climax from wife of a soldier in the Philippines. a grateful Dwmocacy. This is one meaning of Imperialism, J. R. "Wbstover, President of the which President McKinley denomina Kentucky Press Assciation, has ap ted forcible annexation, which would aggression." Was Mc pointed the following dolegntes to at he toud the next annual meeting of the Kinley a copperhead when ho said National Editorial Association, which that? Was ho disloyal to tne flag7 he held in New Orleans in Fobruary: Was not ho a Republican? Was there J. M. SSIlen, Cynthianr.; J. R. Williams, ever an utterance so calculated to give AVarmw; Harry Sommers. Elizabeth- - courage to Aguinaldo and his people as town; Henry E Woolfollc, Danville; that? And yet he nowdenounces anti Harry imperialists because they express Charles Hart, Tandy. Padueah; J. W. Veerland, Lou- - opinions similar to those entertained isvillf; C M. Lewis, Shelbyvillo, and by the President a short time ago. Itobort H. Momingstar, Bowling Green. g, g one-sideCoiigu-KfitumMon-anflel- The only thing forjieople tod- now is to miskp8 their Fouls in peace and wait for the meeting of the State Bmrd. Thpre is no danger that the eminent gentlemen will do violence to then own consciences and to the Re publican party, by doing anyihiugthat thev should not and it is fooliMi to got mad and make silly threats, that scare no ouo and which are not made with the inteutiou of carrying them out. Meanwhile if any individual Republi can wants to fight he can, we opine, find a democrat to accommodate him, so if thoy do mean business, let them keep a close watch on their mouths. Stanford Journal. -- The fragrance of life, is vigor and strength, neither of which can be found in a person whose Blood is impure, and whose every breath death. former's statement killed SGjbirtls, rab speaks of internal troubles. bits, ducks mid chickens during their Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, two ".days' hunt hut weok, down on" Stony Run. vitalizes and enriches the Mrs. C F. Burnam, of Richmond, blood, gives a good appetite mm-- : visited Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bur and makes the weak strong. week Whit Moody and Run Down' "My husband toas ran daughter and Miss Lily Moody, of dvwn in health and all tired otrf. Those Kingston, visited relatives and friends excellent medicines. Hood"s Pitts andSarss.-pariU- a, here last week. Paint Lick Enterprise. bwLl him up again." Mrs. H. L. A. B. Ely received a handsome pres Mowi. Tow&nda. Pa. ent last week, a box of cigars, from Thompson Ramsey, who is in Arkan sap, and in the kindness of his heart rift m nfiiiif r f i irriri passed them around to some of his nu nd HooJ't FlUt cnrUTr lll;the merou8 friends. Paint lick nam last only QthirUc to Sam Black, was a bright, happy heartand had he. IIve"d, doubtless vfould have, made his mark. iIu lSO ho wort the Ureek medal at Central University, his nearest competitor1'' be ing J. C. W. Beckham, tno I6moera!ic CJiHliUMlrt lur J.ieutenanr viovcriior une yenr. The news of Mr. Black's death was received here from Mrs. Mabel Terrill Beggs, ot St. Louis, who was in New Mexico about tho time of Ids -- DEAD iB- to... COOCa. - ,aaaaaaaaaaaati ... ........ . esoeo69oaooatia aaiiaalaaaiiii!:! r .11311? I'!":!!!;:; - .... j ? WANTED! 1 will move, free of charge, carcasses of horses anywhere in Madison county. VHEH IN A SHIRT I will pay ia cash, 50c for !) jr 11 . .ao v a? - . "S. oti aa.. Bf ) 09) e.. e. aa", eat...- - -- ss every iexd ho. Laundered by the Richmond Will pay $1.50 per carcass for Gv. 999. Steam Laundry you ysili be dead cattle, You "prill have a satisfied. pleasant, at home feeling that,; and I will move them at mr is the invarible result of then own expense. FINE LAUNDERING. The Biggest, Brightest and est Disi 1 ft a 'aaa! 3 B 1 n tiJ "tt a 4 0 -- a? J a aa ai;j i oa aa a a tk with llood't SartmparUln. Llda Chenault Mr. John Burgess marry at Maysvillo and will takeabiidal tour east. Only im mediate relatives will be at tho ceremony, from this place being the parents of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chenault. Rev. Geo. W. Young was here soyoral days last week. When asked how he liked his new home, ho said ho hardly knew as he had been there but little, being engaged almost constantly during the recent campaign in the interest of Temperance. Mrs. A. D. Miller and little daughter, Elizabeth, and Miss Mary Gentry spent last Thursday in Lexington with Mr. R. L. Gentry. On their return home, Mis3 Mary stopped off at Ford and was the guest of Mrs. Loo T. L. Todd until Saturday. Mr. Richard Parker Gregory and Miss Belle Rayburn were to be marred this morning at 6 o'clock, at the homo of the bride's mother on the Summit. Tho groom is an excellent young man while his bride is one of the loveliest young ladles in this community. Tlio best wishes of many lriends go with them B. and Miss to-da- y A Female Quartette Friday NfQht. - Tho Climax has pleasure in announc ing that the celebralod Meigs Sisters' Quartette will give an exhibition inday night next, November 24, at Masonic Temdle, at 8 p. m. Reserved seats, without extra charge, at Stock ton & Hagan's. Tho quartette is com posed of the following: Miss Harriett Meigs, 3st Saprano. 2nd Sa Mrs. Jennie prano. Miss Cora Suters, 1st Alto. Miss Florence Meigs, 2nd Alto. Meigs-Durha- Mr. At H. Merrill, of VanderbiU University's Faculty, has accepted an invitation to deliver one of his humor ous and dramatic entertainments at the court house, on Thursday evening. November 23. He will recito uKip an Of Winkle. An Idyl of the this solection let our Richmond readers Cats-Kills." Sam They are A No. 1 in the business, and never fail to please their patrons. If you Orange St., Richmond, Ky. don't know it, it is time that JWTelcphone C6, care Hurst & Fowler. you did. , noy8-4- h'di, (!. aa. .. o... a... Don't fail to stop in and see what we have. "Wash Fabrics, Outing Flannels, light and dark ground, solid colors, stripes and checks, extra heavy line quality, at 10c per yd. Good values also at 5 and Sic. Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels, good quality, solid white, pink and olive, at 35 and 49c. aa a Send tnem, a postal, anm they Avill call for your washa-bles. a, 10 .99 ..9 a a aa a e aa aa RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. Judge Elzie Million. On Friday last, Mr. Elzie Million, received his com County Judge-elec- t, mission' from the Governor, and as soon as he can dispose of snmo private business will assume bis duties as Judge, probably inside of two weeks It is to the interest of all the people to have their affairs well administered, aud to that end wo sincerely hope Judge Million's career will be' entirely successful and satisfactory. Wishing less wo would bo uuworthy of citizen through life. Mr. Metritt Harbor is able to be at his coal office, though his health is hardly good enough yet to run the risk of being out during this weather Mr. Harher lias for years been the earliest riser among our merchants, and the most ceaseless in attending to his duties, but ho deserves a rest and should take it for prudence sake. Miss Fannie Wallace, of Paint Lick, will not leave for Tampico, Mexico, to teach there, as a result of her election ship. The Palace Hotel. We again take pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to tho Palace Hotel, Cincinnati. It is headquarters for Kentuckians and is the best pat ronized hostelry in the Queen City. Mr. Maxwell, the genial manager, is one of the best hotel men we ever knew and his success in the business has been unprecedented. Whop you aro in Cingive the Palace a cinnati be sure-ancall if you are not in the habit of stopping there. You will find the fare first class and all the appointments of the very best. Shall Cities Owa its Water Works, Gas and Electric Light Franchises? observe this, from tho Chautauqua Assembly Herald: "Without scenery or accessories he brought before tho thousands assembled in tho Amphithe atre, tho main fcatuies of Boucicault s great romantic play giving each character its true individuality and in the case of dear old Rip himself suggesting by voice and manner Jefferson'B great creation. The scenes selected wero Rip's departure from the house when he is driven away by Grctchen, the scenes on the mountains with Hendrick Hudson's men, and the retnrn to the village of Falling Water and his recog nition by Meenie. Each(sccno was most clearly pictured so that the audience saw, aa it wero in imagination, all the story as it was unfolded before them by the single voice that they heard," Mr. Merrill is a former schoolmate, while at Vanderbilt, of Prof. Wm. Foster, Jr., the distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Central University, by whom ho is most cordially endorsed and recommended to the lecture-goin- g Persons may attend Prof. public. Merrill's reading nud later attend the TJ.D. C. reception at Mrs. C. D. Chen ault's, from 8 to 12. Obituary. PUBLIC RENTING OF Mrs. Ellen V. Qlbson hereby notifies the public that she will not tolerate hunters on her Oaa. farm. Any person caught on the premises with a... a Run will prosecuted to the fall extent of the SOa... SKIRTS 39 GRASS LAND ! 3 o'clock, p. m., The undersigned will, on Friday, December 1, 1899, at year 1900, to the highest bidder, 280 Acres of Land, situated at Duncannon and known as the John A. Dunes .n place. The land is all in bluegrass, well watered and will be rented in tliree par-eels. rent for the 99a. Oa... aa... fl0t CoitagG For 2:1s! aa... aa... aa... aa... aa... "Ve will soli publicly on tlio premaa... flaa... ises, without reserve, en fiaa... aa... Saturday, November 25, 1899, aa... aa... at 10 o'clock, n m., the nice one story Oa. cottage on the West Pido of Laurel aa.. aa... Street in lticlimonil, ICv. Tlio lionee inches long, 2 yds wide, 25e. Net Fleeced Lined Skirts at same prjee. Black Net Skirts 50e. KNIT UNDERWEAR. Good warm garments, vests 19, 25 and 50c. Union Suits 25, 50 and 99c. BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. Ladies' Outing Underskirts, aj 4 aa aa) '..ft aa aj is aa af aft -- aao .a aa a a) a Just Baa.-Baa.-le- a... Ac. lias three rooms anil is in good repair, having been recently paintnl, papered. of sale. Terms made known on day MRS. SARAH M. BLACK. nov2S-2- w provements. It is convenient to Caldwell High School Terms easy and made known on day of sale. For further information apply There is n cistern and other im- Trust Co. to the undersigned at State Hank & R. E. .TURLEY, Secy. Richmond B. & L. Corporation. TOM FERKILL, Auct. oaa... aa... aa... .. RIBBONS. aa... a... aa... aa... aa. aa... aa... aa... aa... aa... aa... good size blauket, 49c and up. SILK WAIST PATTERNS. come and inspect them. See the bargains in these winter coverings. Prices extremely moderate. A nice aa a aa a - afc .aa .at 1 J a. i Plain and fancy, a variety of color nud styles, every piece new, the Yei"jr best at the price. Splendid values. '9m ..W4 ..c e -- c J : ; .. J , (J ..... ..... ! . OFFICE OF YALETINE H. HOESON, A, M., M. D., D. 1). S. 9aa. eaa... ea... oaa... Oaa... OAa... Oaa... a... 0 Fine all silk ribbons, in the new color effects, for neck and belt, 25e poryd. J ) ''1-:.Z9 ;i ?C ;- -- to that position by the Southern Synod all the time and are consequently prosper- The Trusts aro advancing prices They aro not like the merchant that lie had made ten thousand dollar and whon asked how. replied: "By marking up my goods." The mori'huiit might mark up his goods but the cnxioiuers would still have the right to buy elsewhere and leave the But not 6o with goods on his lielv. the Trusts When ihxy mark up their people must pay g ! the Ainerie-'tlieir advanrjxl piirt or go without the article, audi is tho power of monopoly. who said one day ing. "J. C. gent, is a lit-Itoward the bolting Democrats. A majority of ihei-- men may bo credited with perfect sincerity in their action, f ir unqueHiionahly their passions more than their intelligence were workod upon by disHppoiuted leaderB and organized oppont nts of Democracy Let these wayward broihers be spared the bitter denunciation that we are wont to heap upon tho'c who forsako a We must face cause to Its enemies. the fact that if Goebel is beaten, they did it, and without tlieir support in the future Democracy cannot win. If mistakes Iihvo been made it us to "'get togcthoi" if we wish to common enemy, ami not speud time lighting each oilier. The cam-pig- n of 1!KK) is fast approaching We need every vote. Remember this. e wal-loptl- ie r II." in the Valley View Artoo bitter, we fear, CF.Brower&Co., Lexington, Ky. Are tho foundation stones of this business, and our the midst of one of the best posted and most critical commudue nities in America-iriirhfc-in success s them. Is ladiant with the most -- bjautiful conceptions of the world's leading facto- nfcs, and we confidently invite your inspection. The auhie.vementsof Auk factories are simply m irvjlous. Very few pso pla can own a Millet, a Bro.vn, a Turner; but thanks to modern retailing hundreds can own the beautiful creations we offer this week. CiF.Bfower&Co main and b ho ad way, I Lexington, Ky. Relormed Presbyterian church, held recently at Charlotte, N. C Miss Wallace is a niece of Messrs. H. L. and O. T. Wallace, the latter recently Prohibition candidate for Mrs. J. W. Bales loft on Monday for Governor of Kentucky, and is the correspondent of tho Climax. Estill. A Lexington friend of Mfcs ElizaMr. and Mrs. T. E. Arnold are in beth Barrett announces her engageLexington. S. Minief. The Miss Ann Freeman is at home from ment to Professor Fred wedding has been deferred on account Louisville. of the death of Prof. Minier's father, Mr. Harry Moflett, of Lebanon, was in Kansas. Elsewhere appears a nohero last week. tice of this sad event. Miss Barrett is Mrs. W. B. Loyd is at horiie from a sister of Mrs. J. Speed Smith and Woodford county. a daughter of the late Hon. Wm. F. Mian Elizabeth Barrett is visiting Barrett, of Louisville, one of Kenfriends in this city. tucky's most successful lawyers. The spent a year here as direcMr. U L. Gentry, of Lexington, spent grooin-to-b- e tor of the Richmond Military Band. Sunday with his family. Mr. Allen Zaring spent several days Not only his superior musical talents. but his exemplary conduct and gentlein Lexington last week. manly bearing attracted people to hlin. Mr. John Arnold spci t Thursday in and we learn of his approaching marWinchester, on business. riage, confident that while Kentucky Mr. aud Mrs. Chas. Barclay, of Il- surrenders alovely blossom from her garlinois, arc visiting in Madison. den of womanhood, she wins the heart Miss Florence Hood is visiting Mrs. of a modest but most worthy and talKate II. Bush, at Winchester. ented citizen of the great West. Mrs. T. Chenault Willis has a guest, The Prandennial Club met with Dr. Mrs. Frank Miller, ol Lexington. A. Wilkes Smith on Friday evening Tlio Century Club met with Mr. C. last. '"The Transvaal" was discussed, Gov. McCreary leading tlio debate. D. Chenaulcon Friday evening. Miss Janie Feland, of Stanford, visited Rev. Edgar Carpenter,Dr. Wm. Foster, signalized Miss Leta Feland Friday and Saturday. Jr., and Mr. R. E. Roberts their entry into club membership by Miss Minnie Dunn spent several highly interesting talks on the "The days last week with Miss Bessie Tur-Transvaal." Among the invited guests ley. was Lieut. Carlo B. Brittain, U. S. N., Mesdams J. C. and D. M. Chenault who gavo a lengthy and learned talk are in Cincinnati for a few davs this on the subject. Dinner was served at week. G:30 and it embraced all the delicacies Mrs. A- - P. Mitchell, of Jessamine, of the season prepared and served as visited her brother, Dr. Jasper, last only Westover Terrace can do such week. honors. Mrs. Smith graced the dinner Miss Addie Hnnley had as a visitor with her presence aud added to the enlast week, Miss Nettie Forester, of Lex joyment of that part of the evening's entertainment. Tho entire house was ington. Miss Jeannette Powell, of Jessa opened to the guests, the debate taking mine county, is visiting relatives hero place in the circular parlor and continuing until 11 o'clock when the guests dethis week. parted, pronouncing this one of the Tho wife ofiRev. F. S. Pollitt is criti swellest and moot enjoyable of tho cally ill at Horrodsbnrg, says the Demo many memorable meetings of- - the crat, 17th. club. Messrs. Philip Gentry, Wm. and Shelby Gentry left last week for San Francisco. Mt. Zion church lias selected Rev. T. Mr. James Archibald Hell, of Shelby, was the guest of Mr. T. "Hood Little Q. Martin for their pastor for the ensuing year. this week. Rev. Mr. Faulkner has mot with Mrs. F. R. Jngper has returned to Lexington, after a visit to her son, Dr. much encouragement in his meetings atlhe Second Presbyterian church. He H. C. Jasper. Mrs. T. M. Fisher left last week to is fast winning an enviable position in visit her daughter, who is teaching at the esteem of our citizens, and deserves the best at theirhands. lampa, Fla. preached Rev. Mr. Cree, of Friends of Dr. Jasper aro glad lo note his recovery from a long siege of ma twice at the Baptist church on Sunday. He is possessed of extraordinary larial iever. k and displays talents that Mr. C. G. Forbes writes to have his would adorn ministers many years his Climax sent to Osborn, Ohio, care C. senior. He is a most promising young L. Geralaugh. theologian of whom his church should Mrs. Eugenia Hffine and be proud. Chenanlt were in Lexington last Rev. J. I. Wills has rented the farm Thursday shopping. of Mr. J. H. Leonard, two miles from Miss Bessie Turley is in Winchester town on the Mackvillo pike,and, with visiting Miss Anna Swift Pendleton and his estimable fam-ly- , will move there lo Mrs. Walker McKinney. live the lirst of Decemher. Harrods- Dr. R. Goldstein, optician, Louisville, burg Democrat Rov. Wills in conductwill be here on November '27, at Hotel ing a protracted meeting at Speedwell, n Glyndon for one day only. this county, where lie is Eloven ad Miss .May Taylor, of Ambrose, Jessa and highly respected. mins coaojy, spent Saturday and Sun ditions there already. day with Alias VioUJMIlllon. MeBrs. Ben Hogg, R. E. Turley and G. B. Turley spent several days In Gar HlSLr-LANTK- B. A lenutifnl wedrard county last week.hunting. ding was that of Mr. Samuel D. Hisle Mr. Charles II Breclt, Jr., of Walla and Miss Nora B. !.aiitr,whlcl cxrured Walla, Washington, leaves after at high noon on the 10' h. tnst.,at Union a short visit to his old home hero. City Christian chnrch. Tho church Dr. W. Moss Gibson left Monday af- was beautifully decorated for the occas-sio- n ternoon for Now York to take a post and before the appointed hour, was graduate course in medicine and sur- filled to its utmost capacity The Wedgery! ding march was rendered by Miss Sallie Mrs. J". Tevls Wilkerson.of Lexing Powell, and the ceremony was pro ton, was the guest last weok ot her sis nounced by Rev. T. O. Martin. An ters, Mrs. James Tevis and tho Misses elegant Wedding breakfast was served at 10 n. m," at the iioapitable home of Russell. step-fathand Mr. D. M. Terrill and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Noble, Misses Ula and Johnnie, left Friday to mother of tli bride After tho cere-monthe happy couple tool: attend the For Hunters' Association, o'clock train- for tho West, whero the 3 theV at Estill Springs. will spend, their honey-mooThe Miss Aunie Wagers, ol Irvine, whose bride is one oi the handsomest vouncr county, and the groom, ladies iu tbe beauty has given hrfHwte-wid- e prom- who is a eon of Mr. nd Mrs. Willis inence, wm the g&t of Mayor and HiRle, is & yoaiiK mn of sterling quali ties. W e had the BMaeure of accoin- Mrs. Claude Saailk teat week. pnylug the happy couple as far bo Mr. John BbM&elford is her frotn Lnwrciicttburii, thtrir wfeMlnfl jultr- MbntKoamyt Al., sajoyiu a oUawmrf of tho Associate PERSONAL nt New and old members of the council and citizens generally who have tho welfare of their town at heart, should read the able and instructive article on our first page. This was the address delivered recently by Mayor Tafel, of Cincinnati, before tlio Convention of American League ot Municipalities, at Syracuse, N. Y. The CLisrAX suggests a perusal of tho Mayor's timely article, with the belief that it will beget new ideas of our rights and responsi bilities in the government and control of public service industries. Al Masonic Temple This Week. Friday night next, November 24, Sisters' Quartet will ap pear at Masonic Temple. The reputa-tatio- n of the Meigs Sisters' Quartet is national. No lady quartet has ever been Jield in such high esteem by the music loving public, and no lady quartet has ever justly received such flattering testimonials from every quar ter. Tho quartet still retains the three On the Meigs voices, with one new fine voice added. We confidently affirm that our citizens will be delighted at again having the opportunity of hearing these Queous of Song. most prominent and exceptionally RELIGIOUS. pulpit-abilities- , hf8 Lucas county, Frank J. Cheney makes an oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of t. J. Ciiesey 5s Co. doing busine&i In the city of Toledo, county aud State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum ol one iiuxdked dollaes for each and overy case of catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Hall's Catamui Cube. An Explanation. Frank J Chexey. Sworn to before mo and subscribed Messrs. Woods & Ferrill, who sup j)lied tho city with election returns two in mp presence, this Cth day of Decern ber, A. D. 1880. weeks ago, wero no inoro satisfied with A. W. Gleason, tho Bervico than wore some of their C iotary rubiic j seal patrons, who complained of "no real news." This was literally true, for Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inteo nothing of much value was received nally and acts directly on tho blood and Tho explanation doubtless is apparent mucous minnces of tlio system, bend to everybody now, as it is now two for testimonials, free. F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. weeks since tho election and tho result Sold by druggist. 75c. is as much in doubt as it was when thr Hall's Family Pills are tho best, lm sun went down on Nov. 7. The truth is the returns were not to bo had aud the gentlemen make this voluntary explanation in justico to themselves. or Next time they hope tho majority will be so large as to leave no doubt about the result. Proposed by a Richmond Man. The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, at its late meeting at Henderson adopted the proposal of Past Grand Chancellor A. C Green, of this city, to levy an assessment of 60 cents per head for five years for an Orphans' Home. There are over 6,000 mpmbers in Ken tucky, hence in five years a handsome fund of nearly $20,000 will have been raised. Committees to solicit funds also will swell the sum. Then cities will bo nefced to make proposals for the location of tho asylum. If the scheme succeeds, it will bo a monument to the forethought of our citizen, Mr. Green, who has held all the important offices in the order. Abram John Minierw.is born Fob ruary 9, 1S30, in South Lansing, Tomp kins connty, N. Y., and died iu High land, Kansas, October 24, 1899; being thus, ut the time oi his death, C9 years, S months and 15 days of age. Tlie son of Rev. Sylvester Miuier, of the Metho dist Episcopal church, he was next to the youngest in a family of five, con sisting of three sisters and two brothers. The only one of these surviving him is a sister in Danqy, N. Y. His early life was spent in his native town. His education was obtained in Newark Val ley Academy. Inclining to si mercan tile lite lie began a business career iu Ogdensburg, then in Kirkwood, N. Y. While in Kirkwood he was married to Cemantha J. Bay less, September G 1855. A little later, tho same fall, they re moved" to the new, hut fust settling ter ritory of Kansas, locating in Highland in and near which Mr. Minier has made his home ever since. He opened the hrst store and became the lirst post master In the town. The family made thoir home on their farm near Highland in 1872 whero ho resided until the his death. Their children are as follows: Almira Catherino who died in her 7th year. Frederick Sylvester, John Bayless," Abram Merton aud Julia Etta. These, with tho exception of tho first, togettier with ins wife, remain to mourn his loss. He united with tho Presbyterian church July I2tli, lb&5. .Besides hold ing the office of postmaster, Mr. Minier bnu been lor a time County Assessor and Trustee. Possessed of fine musical abilities he was soon leader in that direction. The old chapel choir was under his etllcient leadership, bis own organ being used.the first in tho village. He organized and trained the Hrst town band. Of a quiet and retiring disposition he loved his home and family; was a devoted husband and lather, lie was quite a reader, being well posted on all the ovents of the duv. To his friends ho was very loyal. Ho was confined to the house for nearly eight weeks, aud , during most of suffered acutely, but bore it all with remarkable patience. As he ncared bis end ho expressed faith ir. Christ as his personal Savior and a good hope for the life to-come. (Rev.) A. B. Jkwin. the-time- Richmond, Ky., Nov. 8, '99. To My aa... Oca... ea... sea... Friends and Patrons : . saa... business to aa... aa... Oa... 09a... a cash basis and in order to do so, I have OOa... Oaa... Oaa... aa... decided to allow 25 per ceiit. discount on oaa... Oaa... aa... all work lor cash when work is done. If Oaa... oa... OOa... aa... aa... cash is not paid no discount will be al aa... aa... lowed. Thanking you for past favors and ea... aa... aa... aa... aa... soliciting a continuance of the same, I am oaa... I am trying to reduce my Oa... Oaa... Oa... OOa... Fancy figured ereton per yd. 81, 10 and 15c. Floor Oilcloth in different widths and patterns. Clark's Thread, 3 spools for lOcts. ... i . c : : , " ': c a J t - v .v j.j . ... !t ... ': fail to call. ..0 . J 1 ! 3 your obedient servant, Y. H. HOBSON, fFfirTririlrSjII SOa... Oaa. Oaa... Dentist, Richmond, Kentucky. . .". THERE'S HOTHIN No, nothing to equal our ULTRA" Shoes for Ladies. You get everlasting comfort. when you net our Ultra. A perfect fit for the foot, no pinching or cramping. No natter how wide or narrow your foot may be. re can fit you perfectly. They are put up for wear, and will out wear any common make. They are a beautiful Shoe. They not only please the foot, but also please the eye. lieyniHi a doubt they are tlio grandest Shoes on earth. They are uindo in many dif ferent styles and shape?. Come in and let us show vou. ur Prices Help You 'a Yours Respectfully, EDon't 5.'- - , " ..s ... i 3 uir o mm m .eaaaaciAc.Aa. a Ml Make our values your standard, you will find every day needs at every day tare or State of Ohio, city op Toledo, later. We must have good SHOES and BOOTS, s In iji Mil falls if we expoc1 battle successfully with winter weather. We uavr 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 VALT CONVINCE. . FREEMAN BROS. PIKST STREET, RICHMOND, KY twm PUBLIC SALE ATISFACT Is our aim, the goods behind witness. lifts rails mm isgiMiliiHSiEr HOUSE & LOT! Saturday, November 25, 1899, our promise is our living Ml ip JiBeIs r- - 5 Mrs-JEanc- y Russell's Comedians. -- well-know- MARRIED. to-da- y Russell's Comedians which opened the season at the Wilson Opera House have tho greatest list of all star artists ihat haye ever appeared in Owogo. Among some of the celebrated artists are the Patients, Lconzo, Fred Russell, J . Marcus Doyle, Mazier. Conloy, Miss Mildred Eddy, Parentello and Pieco, Berry and Hughes, Three Zellas Brothers, St. Clair Siatoas, cake walkers and many others. This is thesame big company which has so often charmed and dazz'ed New York, Chicago, Bos ton, Pniladelphia, Vinclntiatl, ost; Francisco and all the big cifes of thu United States and Canada. Oweso Y. At White & Bush's opera house Re-cji(I,- PI mm mm IrtUtgj We will sell pnblicly,wilhonl reserve, on the premises, at 11 o clock, a. in., ou tho two story house and lot on tho .northwest corner of B Street and Broad- wav in Richmond, known as the Ramsey property. The house has seven largo rooms, halls, porches, cel lar, &c, and is in good repair. There is a good cistern and other improve tnents. The- - property Is ou one of the best streets in Richmond and is close to Caldwell High School nud convenient to Madison Female Institute. For Ky-an- m mm mm For anything and everything Furnikept in a first-clas- s ture Store, you. will find - fi m iMfri - it at mm mm ii1 mm i mm neooffnin f.c f . ii mm fin" f.Vinf, n mm "further information call on tlm under signed at State Bank & Trust Co. Terms easy and made known on flay or sale. Hi! m mm R. E. TURLEY, Stc'y. Richmond D.&L Corporation W. S. OLDHAM'S, SUCCESSOR T9 HGfiEXSTAFF Sam Black Dead. IJliAM. m mm new one is necessary. Pave the way to home Jjjtq happiness by getting one of our Lj rrmrlitir.n vnn mnrr -- ey - News lately reached hero that Sam-uEmerson Black, a native, of this county, had died of rapid consumption in New Mexico some time ago. Deceased has relatives here.. He was a pupil at Central University in 1883-was a deelaimor and flue student. Later, he took the LL. D. degree at the Wash ington, D. C, . Law School, taught auhilo, then went lo Superior City, Wisconsin, during the boom there. About a year ago, his health long hav ing been poor, he sought the climate ol New Mexico. Ho secured a positioa la the Wenther Bureau, and expol him-Bw- lf so UmUiIb already weak conUtutkm npldlr SY wy to souttmpUwt. 7; ol CHEAP RATES ON ACCOUNT OF Thanksgiving Day VIA mm undertaking line complete: Day Phone 75. - STOVES OR RANGES. For heating or cooking, we can please 3'ou. For parlor, dining room, or kitchen we have mm Ml U'ljn mi . lm 1 "BIG FOUR ROUTE" On November 23th aml"30th, tho popular "Big Four Itoute" will rellticki-t- between all mo tions within a distance ot ISO Miles from startONE-THIR- D Night 36. g m the latest, HEAT-MAKIN- G APPARATUS. WW bli ing point at a rate ofQNE and FARE roa thu bound trip. Tickets will be jrood for return to and including December 1, limits, etc cation AceuU.-Jtlrae, tlokeU, or address ,the nniierslgaeJ, K Feurjioats," For lull Information and particulars as to yf. P. you walk toward our store. Radiator at our price is certainly bargain talk that will make One of the Acorn MM WAUXXJ. S.TNCH, Om.lSw,TM.AEt, OIKCIXKAT', A.O.V. . SUM, TAYLOR BROS. M HIV T, At, 'sp '. ?r w i it. ITS r OT THE PRICE YOU PAY Day, But It's Sit ForYour Living Every What You Get For Your Money! Yon may be a millionaire; you may own a palace fair, In a land that-ove"flows with milk and honey;" You may pay the biggest price; but that reallv "cuts ho ice" For it's WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY! Have to hustle every day and that's not funny! Still, as through this life you go, all joys here below Depend on WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY You may be a Son of Toil, amid the world's turmoil, ! ottering this tall. We guarantee to save you money on each purchase. Call and see us, and be convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots and lffics found in Richmond and at prices that will please you. feast in the way inJCSHOES, HATS, public been treated Sl,clata such extreme LOW of IIIGEL asGRADE 24 BOOTS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, we are PRICES 10 c , Busy Be i raioiiii 2 the. A.T o Cash Store, NOLD. The Richmond Climax. V (SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) 9 2g The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers;-als- o as a drawing card for the. purpose of giving ybu some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock. The beauty of our Dress Fabrics, which show the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France, England, Germany, Switzerland and America. V.I 'NKS DAY, NOV. 22, Ir. Ilobson, Dentist. Hip Van Winkle (inphelV nfllcial majority in Clark for sale at 50 cents each or So perdor.en. They will cost you $1 each after Dec 1. Eggs, 15 for 50 cents. Mrs. II. II. Colyek. Uusell's Comedians at opera house sept20-t- f Richmond, Ky. Mfigi Siste.s Quartet, Masonic ple. 1'ii.lay night. -- Russell's Comedians at opera house tonight. We have some special prices on - 1899. vehicles for the noxt 30 days. Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain, Higoiks & Luxon. tf Four hundred choice, pure bred night. Plymouth Bock cockerels and pullets Tem- Millers Get Merry. Mr.. Allen If. Z.iring attended the banquet of the Central Kentucky Min. K. Xolaud who shot Judge ors Association at Lexington last Thurs'Jii.tr was held in $500 bond. day night. Tin's is an annual event and of gross land for rent by Mr. Zaring is alwavs on hand. Mrs. Nirah M. Mark on December 1. Has Heard Them. T!h I'nutagraph got its dates misod I heard the Meigs Sisters' last sumagain ilii-- i week 23rd instead of 21st. mer at tho loxington Chautauqua and was delighted with their singing. I T!'e new city council will be into olllco thn first Tuesday consider it the best female quartet I have ever heard. night in December. J. D. Clark. -..l Kl.ie Million gave bond ns County t his bondsniou being Edward Mini 'it, H. C Harris and Zunia Cobb. Tut- - Original Nashville Studonts will U- - at White & Hush's Opera Jliiu-i- Thursday night. lii liMM-lec- - Named Him William Goebel. Mr. and Mrs. Jame? McCoy welcomed boy, Wm. Goebel, to a twelve-poun- d their homo Monday morning. Jim is the happiest man on Laurel street and took a day oil Monday to entertain his titral University boat Washing-Mi- i an Lee's foot ball club at Louis-- v die mi Monday 15 to 2. It was a great '. 1 distinguished visitors. OVERCOATS Siipt. J. W. Wagers has received a vh. k to jkiv teachers for the November lu. s ami will pay next Saturday, November 25. took a Fpecial embalming at Louisville, and pr iced to give satisfaction. With W. s 1 Hdham, furnituro nnd under- Mr. Arthur Todd The banks iifj Paris, have fottlnd taxes with the city fur the present p iviug an aggregato of nearlv SG,-They hoped fur the olection of a le iin'i'.ican city council and thon o (.iin;ii.,init, but paid in full wiion the won. Winchester Deino-- n tli is. at. Gouington fitchell. g C MIiU: have a .......... ............. si :::: S We have some special prices on Gold Medal Spelling Match. vehicles for the next 30 days. Also 1 There will be a spelling contest at McSherry wheat dril at a bargain Elliott Institute, Klrksvilfe, on Fiiday If Higoiks & Luxo.v. afternoon, between the schools of J. It. Money Found. Harris and G. C. Farris. JV gold medal Some money found on Third street, has been otTered by the leading busiin Richmond, is at this office. The ness men of KirsVsvillo, and a nice pro person that can so identify It as to sat- gram will he rendered. The public is isfy the finder that ho is the owner of cordially invited to attend. get same bv nav- the amount lost, can The Game Law Out. ing for this advertisement. The game law was out last Wednes For Sale. day. Until the first of January it will Eighteen and one ouarter acres of not be unlawful to kill partridges or good land, two miles east of Richmond, have them in your possession. The the Irvine pike. For particulars crop of birds will be short this year in call on or address. comparison with last year, we are in Rev. A. J. TuinnLE, formed. The severe winter of last sea ljanOO Richmond, Ky. son iasaid to be responsible for the scarcity. New Wall Paper House in Richmond. Tho drug firm of Perrv & Thomas No Teacher Chosen. has installed a nerfectlv beautiful line The School Board was unable at its ot wall papers and have Mr. W. L. Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang and meeting last weeitto choose a succesdecorate rooms f suit all tastes and sor to the late Miss Alice Arnold. The purees. Jo trouble to show goods. vote resulted in a tie, 3 3. for Miss Viola augJ3-t- i Million and Miss Florida Gibson Your Thanksgiving Turkey There were two other applicants, but to be enjoyed must bo eaten from n the contest narrowed down between landsome table, combining beauty and Miss Million and Gibson, and is not strength to bear its load of goodies. yet settled. e are prepared to f urnlsii Table, Side David Freeman Dead. board and Chairs. Mason, Mo., Nov. 11. David Free S. NEVItLE MOBEnLEY. man, a Mason county pioneer, died this Strayed or Stolen morning on his farm near Callao, From my premises on Lancaster where he had lived sixty years. He was avenue, last county court day, a white born in Warren county, Kentucky, in female setter, the and lemon-spotte- d property ot bam Koss. A liberal re- 18b. Several years ago he had his ward will be paid for return of same to coffin built and personally superintendthe undersigned. ed its construction. Tiien it was stored llOVl-- lt VAX. M. ClIENAULT. away to await the summons that has just come. Leaves For Conway. Are You Going lo Marry? Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Dykes have moved to Coaway, Rockcastle county, 'Squire D. P. Armer has received-Illto run n 6tore there. Mr. Dykes is a commission as Magistrate in the Richgood manager and salesman, and has a mond district, and has gotten out and nice family who will be a great acces polished up his famous matriage cere sion to the village. We wish them raony which united many happy lives success. in the holy bonds of wedlock when he was serving ns Magistrate before. ParMajor McDowell Dead. ties who are in guest o! his services Major Henry Clay McDowell, one of call up C9 by telephone and we will the foremost citizens of the State, died have the 'Squire in readiness in three ast Saturday near Lexington, lie shakes of a sheep's tail. married a granddaughter of Henry CU'y, and leaves a wife and six children. S5 Reward. Mrs. llelle McDowell, of this city, was Strayed from mj farm on the Maple a cousin. Grovo turnpike, one mile from Million Station, a red milch cow, thrco years Keep Your Turkeys. Again wo say to turkey raisers, hold old, with white spot in forehead and your turkeys; If doalers can't give white spot on shoulder and hips, brush over C cents, let them buy huzzards and of tail cut short, dehorned, in good ship east. Everything on earth that condition and weighed about 900 wo use has gone up in price except pounds whon last seen a week since. turkeys! Hold your birds, if you have Will give $5 reward to any person bringing said cow to my premises. to eat theni yourself. Gkkex Lowkey, Strayed or Stolen. Moborley, Ky. From my premises on Tuesday night, November 7, a white female setter, with lemon spots on body anjd hips, speckled face and long tail. Will pay So for return of same to under signed. D. It. Tevis, Richmond, Ky. s 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 floors, upstairs and downstairs, are creaning and groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them. Not a single item in this great store, in this enormous stock of goods, nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. DRESS GOODS. We are very fastidious about our Press Materials; they must be of the mostexchuive kinds in the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance, which is the harmony of good taste. We are offering a lino ot beautiful mixtures, double width and pretty and stylisli for 10c per yd., worth 39. Wo are shuwing the handsomest line of Crcpons in the market this ficason. Prices from 29c per yd. up: tho fine imported weaves that go out freely at $2.48 per yd. We aro showing a complete lino of Venetians, Broadcloths and all weaves suitings. Our adapted to tailor-mad- e prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to he. Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection nnd get the latest bargains out. Western Cities have been culled by our buyers and not a stone has been left unturned to make this tiie Banner Department of onr store. All tho Golf Capes, Children's Jackets, &c, that are in favor this season we are showing and onr prices suit everybody. You can buy a handsome Silk Lined Jacket or Capo from us at tiie same price a cheap ono would cost you elsewhere. Don't fail to visit pur Cloak Department, look through it, see many new things whether you want to buy or not. Polilo salesmen and salesladies will wait on you. s. 0DR CLOTHING Department is the talk of the entiro county. Vve are selling good suits for men at $2.48; Men's good heavy Cassi-mer- e Pants 75c a pair. Onr lino of Children's Knee Pant Suits is very complete. We aro showing all the now things in favor this season Our Moil's. Boy's and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high on oiir counters and every garment is a bargain. You can't ask for anything in the clothing line that we don't handle from the cheapest to tlie finest. Get our prices before buving elsowliero. Wo are showing an Elegant Line of Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, Ruga, &c, in our Carpet Department. Theso goods are new fnll importations, no old carried over goods Our prices in this department knock out all competition. While in tho Carpet Department aslc to seo our Oilshades and Laeo Curtains, we havo 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 25c each are worth 50c. Children's Vests heavy winter woight from 10c up. Ladies' Bibbed Vests and Pants 15e. Men's Extra Heavy Ribbed Vasts and Pants 25c each. all-wo- ol Covington & Mitchell. Caught a Wild Cat. Judge John C. Chenanlt and Mr. A. D. Miller while nut bird hunting in the free State of Estill, last week, captured a wildcat which they boxed up and exhibited in tho Climax office. The animal, though a young one, is much larger than the ordinary house cat, but exactly like it in appearance, though so vicious that spectators keep at a dis tance from tho teeth and claws of the ferocious animal. The capture of the wild cat was considered ns notable as tlie 75 partridges that Messrs Chenanlt and Miller pulled down witli their Parkers. -- EBB fio Easj? to Operate yet thorIlecause purely vegetable ough, prompt, healthful, satisfactory Tate BOOTS AND SHOES. The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced ns to nse our knifo in this department and wo have cut to the heart in every line. We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes, Ladies' Fine Shoes, Ladies' Work Shoes, Men's Fino Shoes, Mali's and Boy's Boots anil everything to be s shoe store, and found in a prices we are naming on them aro moving them out ip Bags, Carts and Wagons. Don't wait to get your shoes, como now. We are agents for tho "Regina" Shoe, it 4s made on all tho new style lasts and it is the best S3 00 shoe for ladies in the market. Ask to seo a pair of our Regina Shoes. first-clas- fflomFs PHts Some follows raise whiskers because they can't raise tlie priso of a shave. Used by lirithli Soldiers In Africa. Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known all over Africa as commander ot the forces that cantured tho famous rebel Galishe. Under data of November 4, 1897, from Vrybure, Bechuanaland, he writes: "Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Cham- tierJaiu s (Johe, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemeriv, which 1 used mvseir when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men. and in every case it proved most beneficial." For sale novl-lby Perry & Thomas. store devoted to onr Cloak nnd Wrap All the Eastern and Department. CLOAKS AND WRAPS. Wo have one entire room in our great Goods, aro being All Domestic wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of. You can. save money on each and every item purchased in this Department. Good Calicoes that mako nice comforts and dresses are only 3)c per yd. All best brands Indigoesand 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 host grade Flannolettes for wrappers and homo dresses 8Jc per yd. Good Percales 5c; better Percalos 7Jc per yd Red Flannel, heavy twilled, 15c per yd. We arc selling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray, red and blue at 8iu per Good Jeans 10c per yd. Good Bed Ticking, 5c per yd; Best Bed Ticking 10 and 13e per yd. Best Lancaster and Amoskeag Apron Gingham 5c per yd. Nico Dress Gingham 5c per yd; Better grades 71 and 8lo per yd. Our Bleach and Brown Cottona aro being wrapped up at very low prices in order to make room. Bring your wagons and load thein up, they wont be as low again this season. j-- 1 set warranted. We aro agents for The American Lady Corset. The best feeling and most stylisli corset used. Evety Cor- Get our prices on Trunks, Valisfes, Hats and Caps, Umbrellas. Ladles Underskirts, Ladies' Dress Skirts, Ac, we will save you money and show you the best line in the. city. "We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain Mart. The best the market both east and west affords to be had here at prices within the reach of everyone. Bring your wagons as you will buy so many goods when you leave the low prices we are naming that your buggy wont hold them. COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN E53 x ; You can't blame a half staved actor if his work is bad. A poor liver always refuses to act well, If you are suffering from drowsiness in tlie dry time, irritabilitv of temper. sleepless nights, general debility, head ache, and general want or tone of the system, nse Herbinc. You will get re lief nnd finally a cure. Price 50 cents. novl-lPerry & Thomas. Thousands of men and women Buffer When a housekeeper gets ready for from piles, especially women with winter she wishes tho weather would weakness have this sulfering to quit fooling and begin. contend with in addition to their other nains. Tnbler's Buckeve Pile Oint Bad Blood Cure Freo. ment will quickly effect a cure. Price Eatinc Sores, Tumors, Ulcers. Can 50 cents, in bottles, tubes 75cts. Perry novum cer of tlie Nose, Eye, Lip, ar, Keck, & Thomas. Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are No matter how proud a man feels of a all curable by li. B. 15. (Botanic Blood Balm), which is made especially to woman's cleverness, ho likes lo feel cure all terrible Blood Diseases. Per- that she considers him oven more clever sistent Sores. Blood and Skin Blem than she is herself. ishes, Sciofula, that resist other treatments, are quickly cured by B. B. B. Infant mortality is something fright (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, die before they 1'imples, Ketl, Itching brzema, Scales, ful. Nearly before they Blisters, Red orBrown Patches. Blotches. reach one year, ono-thir- d before tlmy aro Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc., are all due are five, and one-hal- f The timely ui-- of White's to had blood, and bonce easily cured fifteen! Vermifuge would save a niHjor by B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison Cream i'rico literally driven from the system by B. ity of these prlcious lives, novl-l- aoc. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), in one to Perry & Thomas. five months. B. B. B. does not contain NearPaducah, Mrs. F. W. Stokes, vegetable or mineral poison. One bot tie will test it in any case. For sale bj aged CO, was killed by a train while Large bottles leading ber blind husband across the druegists everywhere. 1, six for So. bend for a free sample track. bottle, which will ho sent by return mail. Whon' you write, describe sympConstipation means the accumula toms, and personal freo medical advico tion of waste matter that should bo dis will be civen. Address Blood Balm Co , charged daily, and unless this is done i 438 street, Atlanta, Ga. the font matter js absorbed and poisons july26-ly-r tho system. Use Herbine to bring about regularity of tlie If wn love our neighbors as we love 50c. Perry & Thomas. bowels. Price novl-loureelvps they would bo more conceited than we are. m one-quarto m Miti-hcl- OVERCOATS 25 ' x. novl5-t-f Rip Van Winkle' Here. Oar assortment of Ladies' Jackets, Furs, l Japes, Children's Wraps of all descriptions. We have not the time to describe each article, but can safely say that we ock of Wmos to suit ever- one and our PRICES are the LOWEST on high grade goods and no other firm in the City can compete with us. We are offering a select line of Jackets, at following prices: - The children as well as the crown people, should see Rip Van Winkle impersonated by tho giftcd'rcador and declaimer. L'rof. A. II. Merrill, of Van- derbilt University, who will be here to morrow. Thursday, night. Admission, children and.students, 23 cents, others oO cents. Small-po- x If you have soro throat, soreness across the back or side, or your lungs feel sore or tender, or yon are threatened with diphtheria or pneumonia, apply Ballard's Snow Liniment extor-nalland uso Coussen's Honey of Tar. novl-lPerry & Thomas. It's only a waste of time to call a liar a liar. L'liainbcrlaiii's Pain Balm Cares pihcrs, y, m Tetter, Salt-Rheu- m The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases have been permanently; cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorito remedy for soro nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic soro oyes. 25 cts. per bos. and Eczema. your friends havo this disease, yon Its know how disagreeable it is. symptious are inflamed eye8,throhing temples ringing noises in the ears, 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. If you will take Hood's Sarsaprilla. the great constitutional remedy, which thoroughly purifies, ouriclios and vital-izo- s the blood, you may expect to be completely and permanently curi-d- . The good blood which Hood's Sarsaparilla luakos, reaching tho doligate pas sages of the mucous membrane .w it h and rebuilds the tiKsues and iiliminti-lcures all symptious of catarrh. liu .Tames Megibhben, the Cynthi.um distiller, was acquitted last week of isning duplicate warehouse receipts. Whal Would You Give. To be cured of catarrh? If you or Why Not You? Scare. 4-4- 9 6 Q s oo 74 if m Few persons heard of the alleged & case of small pox that was reported last week. Tlfe rumor arose over the finding of a negro man in the court house City Ordinance. yard with symptons of that disease, but At an adjourned meeting of the .City investigation cleared up the mystery Counsel held November 10, 1899. The and his subsequent death revealed the following ordinance was passed: Be it ordained h'j the City Counsel 6f fact that it was another disease. Ridhmond, Ky.: Tharp Recovering. 1st That tho health officer receive Claiborne Tharp, who fell from the for his services, one hundred ($100.00) train at Muddy Creek, some weeks dollars per annum. ago, is recovering. It was a narrow es 2nd That the clerk of the Police cape from death, as the young man first Court receive one ($1.00) dollar per anstruck the bridge and then fell to the num for his services. rock bottom of tho creek, 15 feet below, 3rd All ordinances in conflict with He was at tho Infirmary here and im the foregoing are hereby repealed. "Dointr nothine is doincill." Impure as to bo able to return to his proved fo Claud i: Smith, Mayor. blood neglected will become a serious homo in Estill. He is a son ot matter. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla at R. A. Bahlow, City Clerk. once and avoid the ill. Tharp. Covington Mitchell. She has used only ono "The Loss ol Gold Is Great; bottle nnd her shoulder is almost well. The loss of health is more.'" Health w Adolph L. Millott. Manchester, N. II. lost by neglecting to keop the blood 1m For enlo by Perry & Thomas. pure, but it is regained by purifying, Hope is a tonic that stimulates am- enriching and vitalizing the blood with the great health restorer, Hood's Sarbition. saparilla. Thousands who thought For burns, cuts, bruises, lacerations, health had beenpennanently lost have or injuries of any description. Ballard's Ix'en.mado perfectly well by taking Snow Liniment is a sovereign remedy. this great medicine. Your oxporience It never fails to do good, and so prompt- may bo tho saino. ly that its wonderful curative properHood's Pills are gentle, yet always ties frequently cieate surprise. Prico 25 and 50c. Perrv & Thomas. lm of satisfaction. My wife lias been using Chamberlain's Pain Balm, with good rosnits.for a lame shoulder that has pained her continually for nine years. We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without receiviug any benefit from any of them. One day we saw an advertisement of this medicine and thought of trying it, which wo did with tlie best Br. Catly's Condition Ponders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They aro not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime, condition. Price 25 zeata per package. A Bucyrus (O.) factory is working on for Honolulu. twelve street-ear- s Important Differenc. apparent to thou.-auwho think themselves ill, that tl.r aio not afflicted with any disease, but tl,:it the system simply needs cleaning, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and sold by all druggists. An To make it d, Eft 4zr You will find in this lot a complete assortment of colors, modled after patterns of recent cut and made of materials that we can commend for durable, wear in fact such goods as will please and 'attract the eye as You must see these before you have made up A'our mind to purchase a wrap. " &ri Suits for Ladies if jou See our Tailor-mad- e or i)UjTmg, as ii win pay yuu. tninif LADIES'. GENT'S AND CHILDREN'S E0SIERY. 0. K. Mr. Henry J. Streng, lately ol this city, was the only one who had no op position in the election of officers of the Kentucky League of American Wheel men. Une uuuareu anu ninety-nv- e votes were cast. The result was as fol lows: For Chief Conenl Thos.P. Dew-hurst, Islington, 50; K. F. Pclouse, Louisville, 340. For Vice Consul H. J. Streng.Kich mond, 130. For Secretary and Treasurer Owen Lawson, Louisville, 100. For Representative P. E. Allison, Louisville, 152; Chas. E. Dudley, Paris, 80; Dr J. O. Jenkins. Newport, S3. Mr. Strcng Got There Preachers Wanted. From the Argent it appears that there is a good field at Valley View for preachers, not because the harvest is particularly ripe, but the laborers are unusually scarce. Brother Sowers Bays: "It is reported here that Rev. J. W. Prather will preach here next Sunday morning at 11 O'clock a. m. There has not been any preaching at this place for nearly three months, and a good sermon would be beneficial. It is a shame for a town this eixe not to have preaching every Sunday. WJo welcome you Brother Prather, or any otiier minister who comes among us. Donation Day. The values in tliis Department can not be resisted. TRY US. SUITS -- GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND A" A LADIES' DRESS GOODS PFPfAI'TY gg wa.can save j'ou maney. If in want of MILLINERY call and see us, Jty Retpcctfully Suhntitled to Cash Trade, AOENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. Tuesday, November 28, is Donation Day at the Infirmary, and to it is called the attention of our good people to the fact that they can render the Institution a great service at a very small cost to themselves if only every one will bring some gift, however small on that day. Think what it would mean to the support fund, if every child brought even one egg or one potato. Auything tLatyou can uso in your own home is needed tiiere, Bodon't hesltato to bring anything yon may bo able to spare from your own stores The need especially is: Groceries of all kindst coal) kindling, coal oil, salt, dried, preserved or canned fruits and vegetables, table clotlisi napkins, trav clotlis, bheetsior single beds,' pillow cases, towels and dishes. . A committee will be on hand. to welcosie you and receive your gifts, frotn 0 a. w. to 5 p. in TeUy, November 28. ' Bo sure your friends will find you out and so will your wife. To put tho brake on the wagon coine down the hill is a help to the horse. when the wagon is heavily loaded. Bat what driver would think of applying the brake to a loaded wagon gome up hill? If he did. his sensible horses would probably balk. Many a man is in the condition of pulling a load up hill with the brake set against him. When hisstomacn is out of order, and the allied organs of digestion and nutrition impaired in their functions, a friction is set up which to lie overcome in addition to the performance of daily duties. A foul stomach makes afoguy brain, and the man with a disordered stomach has often to grope his way through the day s oiiRiness iiko a man in a fog. lie Inrgets appointments Problems 6ccm presented to his mind "wrong end to." This condition is en tirely remedied oy tno uso or ur. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It pots the stomach and digestive and nu tritive system into a condition ot perfect health, and gives a clear brain, a steady hand and a light step for the day's duties When constipation doc the channels of the bodv, Dr. Piurco's Pleasant Pellets will work an ciTectual cure of that disastrous disease. A traveler says tho aveargo train boy Is a banana skin. . It will not be a surprise to any who are at all famiiar with the good qunti ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy toTmow thnt peoplo everywhere tnko iilensure in relating their experience in the use of that splendid medicine and in telling of the benefit thev have received from It, of bad colds it has cured, ot threatened Attacks or pneu monia it has averted and of tho chil dren it has saved from attacks of cronp and Vhoouinsr coneh. It is a sra'nd. (rood msdiciue. For m1 by Perry & nov wm iflota w. , TO m BE HAPPY -" 1 - Is to be free from colds and: damp feet."" Tlie only i.; xii. IJ11S UllLUUVU IS WUilL- - il 1 i.: null Ul. U1U ' . ifii i j if rr rr riff U S Q v made by rHEMANss SHOEMG. c0. rr ii m HElH BQote9s,ooooooo W dm lb iii all ty faiit ksk ? We tare the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEE: hacked hy the Manufactory, any. other agpnts are fraudulent and backed by nothing. DOUGLAS, BRIGHT sot west Main street. it-- r WASHINGTON kg LETTER. Wanted! piped taffetas silk collar. " A charming evening gown is of black " Dkab Mas. PiNE3iASt I think It is; I will p:iy the highest marmy duty to write tto you expressing-mtulle embroidered with silver spangles sincere gratitutle for the wonderin a large floral pattern. ket prire for produce of ful relief I have exp erienccd by the use Call description. silk makes of Lydia E. Pinkhant's Vegetable Coma lovely evening goviu, finished with a at L. T. Wilson's store pound. I tried different doctors, vest-aceiise taiTetas. nejir L. & N. R. R., and kinds of medicine. I would A bright touch should appear on the going get 1113- prices before feel better at times, then would be. 1 pels of a costume. White cloth with I as bad as ever. elsewhere. " For eight years I was a great suf- rorsof stitching to form stripes is ef years ferer. I had falling of the womb and f 'etive; 60 is fancy velvet embroidered "I had dvspepsia fifty-seve- n L,. and npver found permanent relief till I was in such misery at my monthly-period- with spots. octl8-3used Koilol Dyspepsia Cure. Now 1 could not work but a little Baby baskets pleinished with everyam well and f"el like a nnviniMi." before Iwould have to lie down. Yonr I thing needed for the bath, and them- wiites S. J. Fleming. Murray, Neb. medicine has made a sew woman of me. 8 ilveu suggesting It is the liRst digestant known. (Mires the enchanted work aliform indigestion l'liysiciansevpiy-wnei- e I can now work all day and not get of failures, are shown by Best & Co. prescribe it. Perry & Thomas. tired. I thank you for "what you havo done for me. I shall always praise Most any color may bo chosen as the MUST TELLTriETRUTH IN COUTH AMEP.IOP. your medicine to all suffering women." groundwork. One especially fe c: ing 'i Mrs. E. E. Kchw, Gekmano, Ohio, j little aiatr la all white, relieved by DRUGGISTS. libbon-bliowiknots ot wiiite-grouu- d "An advertiser must stick to the truth 9 " I Have taken eight hottjes of Lydia. cue most aencaie lioial traceries imrgi-nublin South America," said a representa- E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound tive of a large shipping concern. ''I and used two packages of your Sana- 1U0.VI1 and frilled up to the very tup of elaborateness witii uiiebtlace. know that It seems inureditabln, but it tive Wash, also some of the Liver Pills, THE 5YSTEM Hat aie e.tliemoly t CAUSES and I can say that your remedies will is absolutely true." 3E2SSZS "dome years ago a dealer in New do all that you claim for them. Before son. Large sizes in ton EFFECTUALLY Tlio (rent French Remedy Is within eery Orleans sent, an assorted lot of patent taking your remedies I was very bad aod big bats havo high crowns and powerfully womb trouble, was. nervous, had drooping brims rcrc'i of everv Ar.r rlrnn. 1 1 rrtsPerfect, is Uio DisPEi5; medicines to an American agent at with and qnVli'y. A C:w I"1. no ambition, could not sleep, and my FQR- cf r.CCLKECO. Yomigincn 30 r"! bilght look well in the Santiago, Chili. Among the 6tuff was and Cld Hen will rrgaln lit lr lust nmr d, fcod seemed to do me no good. Now I era be in v 111 recover their vuiit hM viror. It fits or.o fiVFRCOMFS 1 rrriJ ' drops, which were am well, and your medicine has cured straight, tank style, very tight and ery a lot of toothache UJ J ei for business, Ftm'V f r rrrriiu-r- . RGLNEHO clue, n warranted on tfie bottle to cure the tne. I will gladly recommend your medii Vh8 Greatest Kcrihe nrrr rc'i h Ihij rountry. Csa bo carried in vet iiocl.ct. By mail $1.C 0 Hab,tualCoMST-pat.oFlannel and balbriggan skirls are apwoistcase of toothache in ten minutes icine to every one wherever I go." per In 'X, or sir for C3.C 0. We chrlully refund (hi rcn- ' r"ll I . fIxIm --;e donotrTectncr.ro. PERMANENTLY Here nobody would take such an as Mas. M. L. Sueat.8, GuxMabsh, Mich. propriate to wear upder the Tli air 5 Circulars free Address tlio American office of dress 6kirts of present fashions sertion seriously, but down there it "EDIGfJ, CO.f BGRDESDX which I tio not consider at all elegant in different. tj The first man that bought a FOR OLD MAIDS. ept13 1v or graceful; but they are tho style, and Forwle by Perry & I'homa. bottle made an immediate application The residence contains 8 Buy THt GEMVIN- t- MftHT D By what is stylish "goes " and then pulled out his watch. When 55 3 A Philadelphia cat wears false teetlu 56 An elegant cloak shown at Lord fc rooms, splendid large lot, ? ten minutes elapsed and the thoofTi 1 3..-c- t K A Macon, Mo., cat reared six young Taylor's is of sapphire yelvet trimmed good stable and outbuildings, B t 8 calmly continued to ache be was furious A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL an? ! o squirrels. a with costly lace and sable, it is long grape arbor and fruit trees. and at once had the agent arrested. rmx sol ru eomt. g oru66isi& rot 3w A litter of foxes is tared for by a and loose-fittinEXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. "The poor fellow was fined $1,000 and an5-l- y All conveniences. For sale sentenced to imprisonment for three Reading, Ta., tabby. ouuiu smari uanneis designed es CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. A cat known to be over 25 years old pecially for shirt waists, are on the at a bargains. months. Through the efforts of the $B 2 m, s, a Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; bottles, go cents. market. Evelyn Cable American consul the imprisonment was died at Tyro, Kau., the other day. &. S 2s S cc r knocked off; but he had to pay the fine. -Thirteen Brooklyn cats quarrel-iand JAHK F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, 310 Hortii Main Stresf, ST. LOUiS, MO. $ LaGrippc with its after effects, an- and it broke him up in business." g crs" 3 one were dcadl fought until t a uu.tiiv uesirovs inoiis:iiw! nt noun n T D0V8-2j For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. & 3. gThe story is absolutely true, as can A Philadelphia man owns a cat that may he quickly cured bv Oue Minnto i s$ aH be testified to by a dozen people now in he says has killed 2,500 mice during its tougn uure, the only remedy that a J produces immediate results in mnMm the city. It is sad to fancy the effect lifetime. s - -- 3 s s J' W colds, troup, bronchitis, pneumonia O on commercial circles generally if such & 8 2 1 Bulte, Mont, live unu uiroai and lung troubles. It will In a roinen-jaa. 3 a law was enforced in tho United uunureas prevent consumption. nri Pnrrv ...... .-- 9. a oi cats mat nave never seen mounts. 5) States. New Orleans a the light of day. O OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. His Life Was Saved. Twenty years ago a cat race was lield oooooooo acter. O 8 Compel 3ou to trade with us Gen. Henderson, of Iowa, who will Mr. J. E. Lilly, a promiuent citizen at Lancaster, Ky., in which their "were BS 33333 The oveyskirt is here to stay. when 3rou give us a trial. bo Speaker of tho next House, will of Hannibal. Mo., lately had a wonder 305 enteries. Dynamite is used to weight silk. o reach Washington this week, and then ful deliverance from a frightful death Margaret King, a New York womtdi In telling of it ho 6ays: '"I was taken whilo intoxicated, cut a kitten into Jersey City has a Woman sign paint his troubles will begin. Nine-tenth- s feggulgij pEpi-of o er. the Republican members of the House with Typhoid tFever, that ran into pieces witii a pair of shears. black lace is used to trim new night wno servea in tne last uongress, are Pneumonia. My lungs became bard1 A cat in a Strand tavern in London dissatisfied with their committee as ened. I was so weak I couldn't even has become intemperate through drink rohes. 333 w JJuil finish silver 13 most popular for signments and want what they regard sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. ing wine? spilled by waiters. o w clasps. as more important places, and better expected to soon die of Consumption w Sobastian, a big black cat owned by It is not good form to wear skirts too suited to their importance and deserts, when I heard of Dr. King's New Dis Cumberland,, Md., woman, wears V S3333333 tight. covery. One bottle gave great relief, diamond caring in each ear. Tho-- o who have served on minor com EAST LIBERTY, PA. rower Housewives put up preseves i i is mittees will claim promotion and more I continued to use it, and now am well A Rubber Tire Factory Here. 2 By a London woman's will an allow nowdays. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIFPERS. r important ones. A rush of members is and strong, I can't say too much in its anco of 12 a year 8SSg Mr. S. L. MidkifT has installed the is made ior the a -- 33 Dancing will be less popular than 1 expected within a few days, and the praise." This marvelous medicine 3333 first and only plant in the county lor Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. The ladies cannot he deceived coming Speaker n ill hardly be in town the surest and quickest cure in the maintainance of each of her five pet over this winter. is the nearest point to the Eastern market. cats. More women keep records of house the construction and repair of rubber , by catchy phrases nor before his rooms at the liormaudie world for all Throat and Lung Trouble. DR. CALDWELL'S Indianapolis for P. tires for vehicles, and is turning out Twelve black cats were put in a New keeping expenses than formerly. hotel will be overflowing with states Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial factory work at less than factory prires, bombastic claims. more, Washington, Philadelphia, New York ami Al men At the Keception gowns and walking dresses f CURES INDIGESTION. anxious to place their services at bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Dru; York cold storage warehouse. We examined his work and 'found it Eastern markets. we have to say is, we buy the Speaker's disposal, and begging Store; every bottle guaranteed. end of six months their hair Lad turn will be made in delicate shades. 2 equal to any in service. He will be Good bxi3rers always in attendance for export cattle ami ed white. The average wages of a domestic ser in the best markets of that ho will not underrate them. The pleased to exhibit his own factory work WH0JS SHE? other kinds of stock. Fifty cats took possessions of a Liver vant in London is $1.88 a week. the world, select the la making up of committees is a task of and quote prices. He puts rubber tires Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention New York girls wear silver animals pool man's house while his family was great difficulty and delicacy. Had test goods, ana when j'ou Reed been disposed to remain in the The" following item appeared in the away and attempts to evict them were with jeweled eyes on their chatelaines on old wheels and the life of th PRIVATE H0P.S3 SALES EVEIVT "WESSDAY. vehicle is prolonged so that twice their Tatler column of the Louisville Times repulsed. bur tou know you have House, he would have been nicago conductor says many cost is saved, not to mention the com SHORT LINE TO te without opposition, and with no prom Saturday evening. The identity of A Baltimore cat gave birth to a litter women have learned how to get off a fort derived. the latest, oct25-t- f question is not re of four kittens, two of which Lad only street car. the young lady goods. Is that what you ises to be redeemed as to chairman vealed but if the in article be true it shows two legs apiece, and these only A t'liilidelphia woman donned her ships. Umerging from a contest, Speak the for so, trade with er Henderson stands pledged to certain her to be one amply able to take care legs. Another kitten has want? three legs husband's clothes and took ont his Best Line to returns for work done by le iders in the of herself: and not even a hint of a fourth le street; car one oay when lie was too ARKANSAS, TEXAS, Some of these twilight flirters with where that leg should be. various delegations. These gentlemen The fourth sick to work. Insure ta recent gathering of women in property yonr dwelling, barns anil all other have good memories, and already. they gold rings around their necks had bet kitten has four legs, but its two back Compain the Bine urass AXD CALIFORNIA. ESTABLISHED on the way to claim promised re ter look out. Manyanold Johnny will go feet, inttead of having their soles face rrovideiice nearly all admitted that ny, of Lexington. Ky.. a Insurance are home institution Gives protection atrainst Fire. Licrhtninir and to the well once too often and get him toward the ground, they felt awkward when they asked Tornado. Pullman Touriit Sleeping Car leaves Louis- wards. unaccountably are The cheapest and most reliable vilic every nuiriHiay uigu. aui iuiis iiiiuuKii Last week a married turned upward. Chicago Tribune. company ror the neoDle of our county now their husbands for money. The new committees, no doubt, will self pulverized. to Sun FrancNco. operating in the State, and getr cheaper ever Aslc your ticket nent for ivarticnl.irs or write a vaseline-coate- d voice and be announced immediately after the masher with passenger Agent, toll II. Ivy. Trat.-imJ. U. Bridges. Editor "Dpinoprat " year as jong as yon continue in tue company For further Information call on thei' agent smile saw a lovely girl Louisville. opening of Congress". The few weeks maple-suga- r llisni.irck'.s Iron Nerve Lancaster, N- - II., says: "One Minute anu collector, o. a. u. 11L.AUK, Attorney-at-LaI'ree Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to T0T7 AH3 A D3H0:?.AT Richmond. Kv . office on Main Street. uougn Uuro 13 the best remedv tor proceeding will be devoted to the ardu who often comes to the city from Memphis ami New Orleans. Was tho result of his splendid . . opposite Court House, next t W.U. A. KELLO.ND. A. H. HANSON, wuujj 1 over useo. ous ami thankless labor of making small country town. Assuming that health. Indomitable will immediately re x irusi L,o., second 1100 r. door to State Bank Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statnary and Foreign and tromen lieves and cures coughs, colds, A. O. P. A., O P. A.. ChicaKO. ftiui.of course,want a Democratic news schedules that will stand fire with the witching look and manner which had J. H. CARTER, Pres. paper. The Chicago Uipiitch is the majority. It is not possiblo to satisfy smitten many a susceptible hired girl 'dous energy are not found where Stom asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis, grippe may21-lAmerican Marble and Granite. C. C. BOSWORTII. Sec'y. Bow-e- ls .mo au 1u10.11 anu mug troubles. It ach, Liver, Kidneys and aro Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper all. The aim of Speaker Henderson he walked up to the lady and began prevents consumption. Perry and Fraekbrl is of the Country. 'Ah, good morning, Miss er ah I out of order. If you want these quali- 1 nonius. It advocates the will be to displease as few as possible; ties and tho success they bring, use remloptioii of the platform and the re- - and if he emerges from this work with never can recall your name, though tin EHect December 5, 1SU8 1 Dr. King's New Lire Pills. They deilie largest niimnini' enirinn in thi nnmiiiation of William Jennings Bryan, out causing fifty soreheads and latent your lovelv face is so familiar. What DAILY BXCKPP SUNDAY. velop eyery power of brain and body. world is in the calumet anil Heca T.iere has never been a political cam- enmities, he will be more fortunate is it please?" mines. p.m. n.m paign that will equal in importance p m. a.m "I'll tell ray name to your wife.l re Only 25c at Perry & Thomas' Dru than any of his predecessors. 7 20 Lve. lticlimond ..Ar. 1 2 00 6 'JO Those who are contemtdatintr buvinir Marble. Granite, or any Store. 2 C 16 11 42 7 OS 2 .V. Winchester. that of the one to be fought next year. The desks of tire department officials, plied the victim, blandly, "and maybe Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old .stand in 1 28 S 45 8 30 Mavsville .." Kepuhliitan party, backed by the which accumlated dust during the she will recall it to you from then on " A 40 8 40 5 10 The 9 30 ' Pans of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constantly TRUTHFUL SAYINGS. 6 17 16 36 4 " (Icorretown " 7 SO 3 23 mouey power of this country and absence of their occupants in a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all c 'For heaven's sake, don't," inter 40 7 10 11 the cam Ar. Krankfoit Lve 7 OU uuyers v. u. uuut'JlJilt one of the best workmen it. Kurope, is alert and aggressive. paign, are assuming there usual appear posed the crushed Romeo, wildly, as Aik for tickets via Paris. Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisf:n !. The smooth roads of life aro often the Flushed with the victory of three vars ance ot activity. he backed away Trom the strange thp. fond .1 Itartlflciallvdlffests J he majority of U J. It. NEWTON. O. P. A. in every phase. Parties living at a Nature in strenethenintr and recon which will be furnished on application.distance should write to us for ago it will seek by every means in il them were deserted for long periods beauty like a scared horse tiiat had most slippery. n s srieid Ftf s p. structing the exhausted digestive orpower to maintain its supremacy. during the exciting campaign in Ohio, seen a piece of white paper lying in the All the niches in tho temple" of fame gans. It is the latest discovered digest- CW YOUR PATnOXACE SOLICITED.- Democrats must be up and doing. Maryland and Kentucky, tho officials road. get dusty in time. miouuu luuic. jxo otner preparation They must wage an unceasing' war up having received urgent invitations, if Score one for the Midway that's can approach it in efficiency. It in- A man must own his faults in order H757iTIL-TO- N. on their enemies. In no better and not direct commands, to takeoff their where she came from. Pentecostal Alliance Convention, "antiy relieves and pennanentlycures to get rid of them. The present schedule of Illinois Central RailNashville, Tcnn.. Nov. 2:j 27. 1809. f33?Jh iP,85,on road, in ud lition to shortening the time to more ellective way can this be done coats and go to work for the' RepubliWoman always has the last word, and You never know what form of blood and New Orleans, has madeit "liasler than by the circulation of good, sound can nominees. poison will follow constipation. Keep usually the most eifeclive. national oonyeniioii woman's and o'CKiieaaacne.uastraigia.uramps.and Than Kver" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, .Mexico, Arizona and California The Democratic newspapers. The publisher There is a difference of opinion as to the liver clean by using DeWitt's Litx. W. C. Association. Memphis, Tenn. all other results of Imperfectdigestion. splendid train service with which the Illinois of The Chicago Dispatch, will send a cpuisu uewuc a cc cqicago. it is teareii mat hatan would never Nov. whether the speeches ot these officials tle Kary Risers ami you will avoid 1830. Central' s Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled For sale bylPerry & Thomas. trouble." They are famous little pills be satisfied with his dues. "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than a copy of The Chicago Disnatch from do any real good in campaigns of their for constipation and liver and bowel Annual Conference Alabama M. E Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned now untill January 1, His is a poor defense whoso argument J0l, for party. Many campaign managers think troubles. Perry & Thomas. territory. Church, Birmingham, (Pratt City,) The Central is the only line which runs Free is the other iellow's weakness. Reclining Chair Cars Hud Vestib'uiled trains 50 cents. If you are not already tak that speeches of men holding fat offices Ala., December 1800. fFrom from I, uiisv illo to the South, also a weekly ing this grfiat political weekly, CANT 00 IT NOW. Steam may be a good servant but it points in Tennessee only. send in in 'Washington, in profuse defense Pailmaa Tout 1st Car for California, occasionally blows up its master. 9 25pm ten cents at once. You should not only and adulation of the President who ap Lve Louisville every Thursday National Grange, Patrons of Husbnn- & 13am Arr Memphis Friday W. J. Bryan in a recent speech said: When a man is disappointed in love ry, bprtngtleld, Ohio JNovember 7 41pru do this yourself, but you should induce pointed them to their snug places.nro as New Orleans Friday Arr 8 20pm all vour friends to join with j7ou. Uy.a apt to fall upon unwelcome Lve New Orleans Friday "While this nation held aloft the it is.usually in his first love for money. (IN KENTUCKY ) as well as 189S. . 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday and tho Schedule in effect Juns 11, 1800. 4 45pm little effect you cau easily raise a club upon responsive ears. They argue that doctrine of Arr Sau Antonio Saturday It is proper and beucficial sometimes Annual Meeting Southern Surgical 3 4'ipm Arr Klpaso Sunday twenty subscribers. the voters of the States are little influ- principles of a republic, it dared to ex- to be left by thyself. Thos. A.Kemple EASTBOPim. No. 1. NoTs. No. 3L 9 2pm often or Arr Los Angsles Monday and Gynecological Association, New S 15pm press its sympathy with struggling rr San Francisco Tussday The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by enced by the federal officials, who Ar Shelbyvtlle O.OPam 5.33pm 9.07 ioetsougtit to nave sunicient ver Orleaus, La., December 1890. William Jennings Bryan and other speak from self interest, and that any mankind everywhere. This it The Trie ffiittr Route lo Califoriia. 10.16am 8.17pm latBpn "When Greece was struggling for her satility to saw wood when hard pressed. American Live Stock Association, Ar Versailles. Democratic leaders good they might do, in the way of Ar Lexington 10.45nm 7.1Snrn lnjgrjn Parties desiring ti m tke a comfortable trip to If a man can't break tho monotouy Chicago, Illinois, November WESTBOUND. tVddressTHE CHICAGO DISPATCH. striking up enthusiasm, is more than liberty Daniel Webster thundered out IS99 territory mentioned will do well to comNQ.6. No. a." No. 4. the with going broke perbapsjhe had best municate with It. II. Fowler, Traveling Passen-gc- r 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue offset by the knowledge that thespeak-e- r the sympathy of the American people, Annual Conference C. M. E Church. ArVepatUes. Agent, Louisville, Ky. 7.55am 4.52pm 6.37an leave St intact. ot4-t- f dhirago, Ulinos. is neglecting his work ami spending and when the Cubans were fighting to Wm. Alfoud Khllond, A O. P. A., Memphis, Tennessee, December Ar .ShelbyviUe. 8.12am 6.05pm 6.32an So livo that it will not take all the 1899. (From points A. II. Hanson, G P. A., Louisville, Ky. timo for which ho is paid by tho com- be free Congress heard their cries and Ar Louisville in Tennessee.) ia4Uam 7.35 111. Chicago, decMy atter half of your life to blot out the mon treasury, seeking to carry elections promised succor and relief; but CALL AT No. 13. No- Africa, in tlio Dutch repub- sins of the first half. by which he will personally profit in re- in No. 14 stations. No. DESIGNS m -135lic, the Boers are offering up their life's worry about trouble appointment to office m C0ain JT lulsv11 Ar 7.33pm ioioSH If people didn't -ECONOMIST LarncbrgAr 6.10pm fUOatf Lt AND COPYRIGHTS 10.43am ArHarodsbgLv But the fact remains that the prac blood in de.lense of their right to gov- beforehand, "some of them wouldn't 7.20an OBTAINED qas.am Ar Uurgln. . Lv 4.25pm 7.10an 4.15pm ern themselves, and this great nation have any chance to worry at all. ' ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY tico of ordering Federal officials to take Notice in " Inventive Ago " part in Statecampaigns has been carried stands with its bands tied and its RANGES No. IS. tNo.e7. STATION'S, In the final adjustment of accounts, Book "How to obtain Patents" No. 16. tNo.S8 4.00pmi 7.40am Lv Lout: mouth gagged and dare not offer one we shall be given credit for' the spiteChange moderate. No fee till natent is seenred. further under the present administra(140am 7:33pn 6.33pm 0.09am Lv Shelbvil 1 Letters strictly confidential. Address, Ar 8.12am COopn SALOON PARLOR tion than at any time in the past. Tak word of sympath. &50pmi laZSam l.v verslles Ar 7.50am 4.15prr t E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer , WashlngtonD. C. 1 ful things other people say about us. 1. ivpm 11. 10am Ar Midway 'What a spectacle, the greatest reWHEN IN TOWN. 7.4opm 12. 05pm Ar ueoretn Lv 7.30am 3.38pn When a man gets ready for a trip in lv 7.00am 3.00pn public in all times afraid to say a word, Marriage is said to be an equal partner- and why? Because, if wo expressed five- minutes it takes his wife three lL-LltNa. stations. tNa'&'fNag LB d days to straighten up the bouse after ship. But the kind of a partner- Boers England would cable i?1 Louisvil l?Pm Lv Verslles Ar 10.40am 7.33pn snip it reai- - with the him. Lv Ar 7.50am 4.45pS JJam Coolest and most refreshing lv i? i ran. back: 'What Is the matter with the iLSam I'Pm ArNichlvillAr &Wam 3.55pa Time Table No. 1. Takinz Effect Simj be bet- Filipinos?'" 8.30pm ArHichmndLv 6.05am 3.00pir A timid person is frightened before not of drinks that can be found LC6Pm day, November 19, 1899. Ar Irvine Lv l. 4Jpn; ter expressdanger, a coward during the timo There is no answer to such an arguin the city are dispensed I No. l. stations. No. 3. la! Class 2d Class ed than in and a courageous person afterwards. Lv Louisville. , BAST BOUND 7.4(nm 7.45pm No. 1 No, 3 No. 9 by up-t- o .Tate and accommoAr Lexington that old ment. It is a humiliating picture to 1045am lasopm Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun saying, "A the pride of the Yankee nation, that in Uichter. dating clerks. ; wife should its infancy lought and won its own A.M. P.M. A.M. 10am &a::::v::::::-:- ; 10 22 ersailles S 20 double her freedom and liberty and in its maturity 5 15 PAYING. A COMPLIMENT. Kept on Tap. Genuine Saratoga Water Ar Jacksonville Nicholasville ... 11 02 .." ""I"; 7 03 6 30 husband's alley view 11 26 7 35 7 55 joys and aided in securing the freedom of otheis. 11 41 Million . 7 00 9 00 10H5am ll.SOara iSSSSSSS5s$SSSS$SSSSSS$ Richmond, 11 ES Ar A"S halve his sorrows." Bat that proud privilege of this free 8 05 , 9 00 Wo have heard of a lady of rare UOam s!Spm p. ir. Ar Jacksonville 0.10am 0.10am That's what is expected government to champion tiie liberties beauty 'who said, upon a cortain oc Union 12 13 10 CO Second St. Phone 3. 6.30pm "6.43am VI lHaD2Ba of a wife, and the won- of others is now denied. 12 IS 10 Oi It has gone casion, that the only real, disinterested Moberley... ?r!P?jFfham 10.05pm Drassneld 12 30 der of the world is that 10 25 AEMeri3ia3 o.3iam O.SOpS over to the imperialists thiotigh the compliment she ever received was Panola 12 85 ' 10 40 Ar New Orleans she comes so closely to , .... .... Irvine 1 05 11 35 expectation. Tor as a weakness and ambition of x.IcKinley from a coal heaver, who asked poriuis Trains Nos. 1. 2. 5 nnii T.,itn- - I rule from the time of and the greed of othes. Roofing, Guttering 8ion to light his pipe in the gleaming of 'No. 2rNoTT NoTS" No. 10 and Lexington, carry Free Observation. Chali marriage onward, her body is daily WEST BOHUU Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSuu Double Heater with Tea Kettle Attachment. her eyos. and Gene tl drained of strength and her mind daily .. u. 1 ( fin r, n. T.n.i..rn. ' . f , through A M. P. M. P. M. A. M. LITERARY NOTES mfnVi burdened by cares. She lies on the Another compliment, true and gen Irvine. ... .r?;.v" "'"v ?lia i Job Work. 1 45 Ingham and New Ortz 11 M -couch, hex. back aching, from female SMOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE 'anola . frr.m Thou f 2 10 uine, was paid by a sailorwho was sent UrasBdeld, 1 05 7." ana Jack trouble, and gets up and puts on a smil2 IS 1 20 sonville Air parses through registers in heavily guarded feed door into perforated Tlio Thanksgiving number of tho Sat- by a captain to carry a letter to the lad v Moberley 20 2 ing face t meet her husband. 145 mixer ring around top of heavy fire pot. then into fire. Mixing the air with Trains Ncs. 3 and 4. throT-..i.nt L Union 2 32 tween JjuIkv111 nnrt nimCZ1 in this way produces perfect combustion Marriage can only be an equal partner- urday Evening Post, in its stories, of his love. a great saving of fuel. Efei rimralso nrotprt hrtttnm nr p,i,tn. fMmand t... tAn "2 35 " Richmond. 6 05 2 45 t Mixer marship when the drains and strains of poems, pictuies and general articles, The sailor, having delivered his mis M llion 6 20 3 15 3 15 insures its durability. tei"ee ICnoxvIll- -. AsheviUe. alley Vie- w- . t It 3 30 ried life of the woman can be replaced will be tiie most attractive number of sive, stoxxt gazing in silent admiratiou 3 40. Nicholasville... 6 53 4 30 3 55 POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER by the perfect health of the delicate TJao onlr lino with 7 50 Versailles 4 45 6 10 . . womanly organs. No woman need suf- tho magazine yet issued. In this num. upon the face cf the lady, for she was Deflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pot and radia'or extends to outer uuuj hud uuu casing, forcing the Intenso heat from lower section of Stove down to the tDaUy except Sunday. Other trains daily fer with inflammation, ulceration, debili- her Robert W. Chambers has a season- beautiful. JLM. Y.lk P.M. p7m."" floor where most required. County Court Days. tating drains or female trouble. There's able Well my good man," said she "for entitled "The All trains connect with Tntsrliin (tnn(),, Iulsville. Kj. "WILL HEAT BOOM nitoSSif 7' an absolute cure for aH these in Doctor Hunter" the romance of a preacher Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday, what do yon wait? There' is no an trains to and from Louisville. A. I1.UBD. T, ' C All trains connect with C. N. O. & T. P. trains P.S.OANNCN 3d V.P.t6.rM "cmfp--, Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It makes By atlacWng pipe ti Double Heater CoUar and extending to register in floor T. M to and trom Cincinnati. llichmond, lladison comity, first Monabove. If not U3ed in that way, heat is distributed to all parts of room and life a pleasure, does away with morning pretty daughter. Other features are, swer?" opening can be ctill.ed as a tea kettle J. W. ROCK, Train In addition to griddle sickness, and makesthe baby's advent Edwin Markhara's latest poem, ''The Lady," the sailor returned with w. H. ADAMS, SuperintendentDispatcher. day. LSSi-tliihole top. Ya.shln,rtoa.D.a Ky. easy and almor.t painless. Lyric Seer"; "An Electrical Trans- humble deference, "I would like to Fayette county, second FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE " I had been a sufferer from uterine trouble for a tale of the Transvaal war by know your. name." about three years, having two miscarriages in action" Monday. Draft Regulators oj Feed and Ash Pit Dcors arc valve seated, . Ii, atsoluely air tight that time, and the doctors said I woutd have to Robert Ban; "At Daivn" by Octavo 4jCf' fltted-unti- l "Did you not t.ce it on the letter?" EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY and Warranteil to remain so. They aro knIs to through an operation before I eou'd give Stanford, Lincoln county, secoud MonIPftW- lnQJJai"d on heavy, qnick acting scrowa, working in a detachable yoke, and 6&'-'birth to children," writes Mrs. Blanche US. Thanet, and "Tlio Minister's Hen"Pardou.lady.I never leriined to read. 'W when opening Bcrovr in, not out, preventing breakage in use. day. The man is who has a good, sound, re- Evans, of Parsons, Luzerne Co., ra.. Box 41.' house," a droll story by C. ' When about to adB. Moomis. Jline has been a hard, rough life." Call at tho CASH HARDWARE HOUSE Of liable carriage tinder him. He can vertisement of give up in despair I saw theand (ieorgeumu, Scott county, third MonDr. Pierre's medicine "And for what, reason, my good man. rest swjure in the thought that when thought I would give It a ti?al as a last resort. I Two notable articles in this number are day. he has one of our well made, reliable bought a botUe of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- "Lincoln as Candidate and President' would you know my name?" Are thoroughly sew crop and of Highest caalitr. IL costs mrnmratwi,. r felt and Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. phajtons, carriages, runabouts, whale-bon- o scription,years. after taking itfour better than I by bis old friend and political After taking had for "Because," answered the old tar, lookally, and spoedm-M- , or road carts, that come bottles I gave birth to a bright baby girl who is Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third to i,5u;w yu thl; tove as well as a ful! lino of other Our Ca4atomc eiyes fullest intcmiil now four what may on (he roar!, his wagon novpr sickness." months old and. has not had a day of Col. A. K. McClurot and "Our New ing honostlv up, "in a storm at eea, era ana cooicstoves. irratos. rin. Monday. Prosperity," by Fnnk A. Vanderlip, with danger of death afore me.I would will give way. --Wo have one of the ..... , "Favorite Piscri-t!ouuupnccipi any .ecus required. 'contains no Winchester, Clark county, fourth finest Mocks of road wagons, rockn-wamehl-l- v alcohol, whisky,. orXotber, intoxicant. Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury. like to recall tho name of the brightest Monday, aud rubbertired buggies in Sat-tuv- dv thing I'd overseen "w.gojol?,f Jtefuse ThojThanksgtving number of the Nothing is in life. Tliererd be JOHN BGNELS0N, fffr., VerKtilles, woodford county, fourth ?wtiuwi,iao. ir LouiaviLLr kv. substituted. If'yaf $0" far Ir. Evening Poet will be on all uaws-bUiv- sunshine in It, even in tho thick dark-.- " Kentucky Carriage Works all Monday. Rerce's, getDr. Esenw's. November 23, York Dispatch. LZTTIK TO MIS. rZXXBAlC MO. &M9 ed t A. GOTT. Acts gently on the AND FOR WEAK MEN d-1 f xSl i i -- cat-- GuivrniaITgwrvp I s 5s? -- -- i Our Goods A1ND - Our prices Although President McKinley and his leading npokesman, point to the In Ohio as an unquestionable endorsement of the administration, the facts will not bpnr out this claim The majority of the voters of Ohio refused to vote for the endorsement of the leading policies of the Itepublicaii party, fought exclusively in a campaign In the total vote of the ag;ui:8i thorn. State, Nash stands firut, with 435 000. This is not a majority of all. McLean 100.000 anil Jom-received Together they pulled fiO.OOO more than The the ndmiuitdraiitiu therefore, endorseinent, I'lesitlent's comes from a minoiity of the people ol his Stale. There can bo no doubt as to where the voters were placed in this campaign. The Mi'l.oan platform declared: 'Wo are radically and unalterably opposed to imperialism. Wo deiuaud that tlmCubans and the Filipinos not oniy ;bo permitted but tneonraged to establish independent republics, deriving all of their govornmental power from the consent of the goverened " Jones, the Independent candidate, made his campaign on lines even more strongly opposed to the administrtion. In nearly every speech mado by him he denounced tlio "criminal aggression" of the Republican party toward the Philippines. Itoviewing the results after tho election Mr. Jones said: "If my race has contributed Jn any way to a rebuke to tho infamous Philippine policy of the administration, I feel that is has not been in vain." To summarize the result in Ohio, therefore, 100.000 voters went to Jones as the most forcible menns of expressing their opposition to McKinley, and 0 others selected McLean as tho best means of showing their distrust of the administration's candidates and poll cies. wiien to tills is added tlio over whelming repudiation of Hanna, idea tinea wttti McKinley in every way possible, in Hanna's own county, seems very clean that the endorsement of tho administration was of a modi lied, not to say lame and deficient char re--u- lt a 385-00- ing the results in the four Slates where these interlopers worked in the recent campaign. Ohio, Maryland, Kentucky and Nebraska, one can judge for. himself as to tho value of their services. Ohio barely held its normal Republican majority; Nebraska and Maryland made enormous Democratic gains, and "Kentucky, yet in doubt, decided much in its own way, and following tho judgTlih does ment of its Own citizens not prove that Federal official oratory is very potent in State elections. Pinkham's" Medicine Made a New Woman of Mrs. Kuhru Mrs. TORSTASSIOiTS. A pretty dress front is lard, draped prettily and madras fouattached to a s n 1 e, rrjs;iice Residence A BOOM TO MANKIND! TABU CKEYE r SALE L- mm my G. W. Evans. ail-bu- r Time-Democr- at ccsscs ::::3 JIpP: ip7gSSI I o o u r-- fh f Pittsbarg Ceetral Stock Yard s fj i I -- -- 1 0-- S3 It jYR'JP PEPSI Best Distributing Point East of DI Mil! up-to-da- Simon O'Donnell, General Manager, New OrleansMExrco If mmw hm kmml Mis oa Monumental Works, 1863. White Gibson JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pkopiuetok. rn r. - . y tenii . . . Eiifey. : , 1 Kod FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. fi-i- . Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. -- v EASIER THAN EM ROUTE JHMES T Propria' 18-2- o, a utv 2, SOUTHERN RfllLWfly. 15-2- 1. 5-- 21-2- 3, 1, y, far-aw- 1S mm PATENTS S FREE 1 one-side- & A. Hu IL, o. iffi gjgle nwmiourn, ky. h.hn Hot Blast Peninsular . Pf--T Q HI i3ti. " - oIr 1 h SMI! liOOi 5$ 0 - attac-Use- at WH SAMS' cmVWm $EES su. Jv s 4 one-ha- t?f ys IMcli-mou- d. ci Js , 1 Nw