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I The Richmond Climax.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 10, - - 1897.
a Advertisements will be received c
by THE CLIMAX with the guar-
j5 antee that its circulation exceeds
O that of an' otlierpaper published C
'J in Richmond.
Old Maid's Convention
See Stouffer for underwear.
:Jo9 acres grass land for rent. Sec
See tax notice. Penalty added on
Fresh oysters, celery and crackers at
A new stock of buggies, etc. at
Fruits Hnd vegetables received dailv
nt (Jus Margolen's.
Get your groceries from Gus
He will save you money.
Special prices for Friday and Saturday
in groceries at Gns Margolen's.
There is nothin in town like our
S-10 ulster. Covington t Mitchell.
Mayor-elect Smith advertises for 10,-000
applicants tor Chiif of police.
Daughters of Confederacy meet at
Dr. Poyntz's residence, Friday Nov. 12,
at 10 A. M.
Now is the time for an overcoat.
Onne and 6ee our line. Coyington &
Dr. IH. landman Oculist of Cincinnati
will lc at J. B. Willis'
Our country friends should come to
the Old Maid's Convention at the Court
JIoum' Fiiday night, Nov. 19.
Rillard Hros, of Whites station,
a car load of hogs Saturday, which
soM forS3,G0 per hundred.
Whv buv indifferent goods when
vou can get good, honest clothing at
ame price '. Covington & Mitchell.
"For the good of the service" Collector
Yerkes has discharged 91 Democrats.
"For the good of the service"
turn out the rett.
Do you want the best values in a
suit for the least money ? We have it.
Covington & Mitchell.
Walljce & Uice, the popular shoe
merchants, accepted $2,00 for the damage
done their stock by fire some weeks
ago. They are selling their goods at bed
rock prices. Try them.
Have you seen our eight dollar
Miiib and overcoats? Covington &
Talbott Jackson, like Sam Shackelford,
was triumphantly elected, but
unlike Sam is too busy to marry. So
he gets his brother. Will, to marry in
order to keep all the good fortune in
We tell yon we will save you money
on every dollar's worth of clothing you
buv. Covington & Mitchell.
On Wednesday, November 17, at
: o'clock p.m. Mrs. S. M. Black will
publicly rent 250 acres of grass land,
known as the John A- Duncan farm,
at Duncannon. It will be rented in
two or three boundaries.
Hats and caps latest styles and lowest
prices at Stouffer's.
Prof. Minier, of Highland, Kansas,
one of the best band masters west of the
Mississippi river, arrived yesterday to
take charge of the Richmond Military
Jt.inJ. As he has good material already
lien- w .? warn Saxtnn to look out.
Don't buy a suit or hat for your boy
ithout seeing Stouirers.
-Col. J. W. Caperton has been
fiom the State at large by Gov.
Itradlcy one of the delegates to the
National Fishery CoJiiiiission, which
meets at Tampa, Florida. January 22,
Mr. storms, of Lancaster, is the delegate
fr.nn the Kth Congressional District.
Vlolhing at prices never so low at
jullrrs. sept 29-Gin
Rev. (J. W. Young will preach to
bis congregation morning and evening,
on Sunday the 14th inst. The
regular services at this church are
preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. on the
second and fourth Sundays, and at
p. in. each Sunday. Sunday
school at 9a. m. and Prayer Meeting
on Wednesday evening.
Stouffer is the oldest clothier, furnisher
and Hatter in the city.
If you want to know all about the
Capital" w.igon abk any of the following
gentlemen. They have lought and
are using the wagon. Tliey will tell you
ill alwut it: Clabe Fox, Squire N. B.
' ij,P 15 Broaddus, W. H. Hendren,
W in. T. Tevis, Thos. S. liurnam, B. E.
Million, llibler fc Bowmen, Ben, li.
I'nce, G. W. Iwis, C. T. Wells, Bobt.
Win. M. Adams.
Stouffer sells clothing cheaper than
The First To Give The Result.
The Climax gave the general result of
the election hero next morning, the
first paper to be read. We sat up all
night to do so.
Suits to orderjU Stonffer's at ready
From Jas. Dejarnett's pasture last
Thursday a dark brown mare with
white spots on back, caused from
saddle. Liberal reward will be paid
for return of same to Andrew Walker
or Jas. Dejarnett.
See Stouffer for cheap overcoats.
C. U. Deleats Stale College
Kentucky State College was again
defeated Saturday in its game with
Central" "University at this place, final
score stood IS to 0 in favor of C. U.
Twg touchdowns were made in the
first and two in the last half. The
game was an interesting one and wsis
witnessed by quite a large crowd of
Stouffer sells clothiug cheaper thau
Queen & Crescent Trains "C & D"
Sunday trains "C and D." between
Burgin and Cincinnati, will bo annulled
Nov. 7th. Trafiis 1 and 2 will
stop at all stations between Ludlow
and Burgin on Flag Sundays.
Special Summer Sunday excursion
rates from Cincinnati to Georgetown
and intermediate points aro withdrawn.
W. O. RlXEAJlSoX,
Gec1 Pass. Ag't, Cincinati, O.
NightToliceman John All man arrested
Monday and lodged in jail Wm. Ellis,
Moses White and Jeff Johnson, Jr., all
colored, charged with breaking into a
freight car on tho It. N. I. & B. railroad
on tho night of October SO. Eight pairs
of shoes, case of soap and matches are
known to be gone from the car. Johnson
has served a terra in the penitentiary
for his time having expired
last April. Policeman All.man has had
charge of the case and worked incessantly
with tho above results, for which
he deserves much credit.
Back From Texas.
Col. Jas. G. Dunn, tho champion rabbit
hnnter of Madison, who, it "will be
reniemhared, killel over a hundred rabbits
in one dya hunt abott three years
ago, returned home last week from
Texas, when he has been for the past
two years devoting his time in hunting
wolves on Watts and Walker's bigranch.
As proof of Col. Dunn's success on this
trip, it is said that he has on exhibition
at his home at Whites station a half a
carload of woif and deer hides to say
nothing about a string of Indian scalps
long as a
If I havn't what you want give mo
your order subject to approval.
Domilory of C. U. Burglarized.
On Monday at noon the trunks of the
men at the Memorial Hall of the
University were all searched for missing
articles claimed to have been abstracted
from some of the rooms theie. Among
the missing article was a gold watclt
money, betiding, a suit of clothes, hats,
etc. Nothing was discovered,
and the losers may have to suffer without
even the satisfaction of knowing
who victimized them. This is not the
first time the Hall has been robbed,
either by some of the students themselves
or by the servants.
See Stouflcr and save money on
clothing, over coats and underwear.
Mr. Wallace For Postmaster.
Mr. Colsy Wallace has probably the
best chance to be the next postmaster of
Richmond. His party services and sacrifices,
his capability and popularity,
will render him a most formidable applicant
and others had as well draw in
their horns. At the same time we hope
he nor any of his endorsers entertain for
a moment the desire to oust the present
incumbent, Joe Willis, before his term
expires. He entered upon his duties
only after the term of his predecessor,
Mr. Powell, had expired, and he and his
friends hope for similar ticatment.
Its a hard mattor to keep a. stock
of vehicles on baud all the time; but
if you will leave vour order with me
you will get what you want.
To the credit of the county and candidates,
it can be said of the late election
that it was one of the most
remarkably orderly and quiet ever
held in Madison. Not a single disturbance,
so far as wo have heard,
occurred at any of the precincts,
though at a number of places some of
tiio boys are said to have been in the
full employment of their drams.
This, however, was at the expense of
those imbibing, as there was- no occasion
for the candidates on either side
dispensing this courtesy, so far in the
lead was one side and so hopeless the
cause of the other.
County Court Days.
Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday.
Kichuioud, Madison county, lirbt Monday.
Lexington, Fayette county, second
Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday.
Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday.
Danville, Boyle county, third Monday.
Nicholaaville, Jessamine county, third
Winchester, Clark county, fourth
Versailles, woodford county, fourth
Last week one looking through -the
commodious ware room of S. L. Midkifl
on Third street would have concluded
he intended to quit business. He had
sold nearly all of his buggies and barouches.
But go there to-day and you
will see a full room of the nicest and
cheapest buggies ever brought to this
Didn't Know Pound Cake From a Dccl
An amusing story is narrated on
one of the party that went down on
Wednesday night to Jim Lackey's
withthe Richmond Band to jollify
over his election as Jailer. Besides a
big supper the hospitable hostess set
out a barrel of cider and pound cake
A well known First street gentleman
partook too freely of the hard cider
and lost his mental equilibrium. He
grabbed up half a pound cako and
walked around munching it with evident
delight, when he met Mrs.
Lackey whom he startled by the remark:
"Madam, you can make the
finest beef steak I ever ate," and the
band played on.
Great Music Otter.
Send us the names and addresses
or three or more performers on the
piano or organ together with 10 cents
in silver or postage and we will mail
you ten pieces of full sheet music,
consisting of popular songs, waltzes,
marches, etc., arranged for the piano
and orga.i. Address Popular JMusic
Co., Indianapolis, Ind.
Glade District Temperance Rally.
Indications point to a great success
for the great mass meeting to bo held
atBerea on Saturday November 13, as
outlined in our last issue. On Saturday,
Dec. 4, a special election will be
held to decide whether licensed-sa-loons
shall be allowed in the Glade
District "In order to give an opportunity
for thought upon the evils
which follow the revival of the open
saloon," says the hand bill, "a mass
meeting will be held at Berea, on Saturday,
November 13. A 25-round anvil
salute will bo fired at sunriso. At
n-'ii a m. 11 military drill by old
soldiers, followed by a grand ;parado
anU a competitive oxiuumuu
a 11 f aI. 1 a rti r r Tim
SCIIOOl ClUlUren Ol "'C """ '" -
white and colored district school liav -
ing the largest enrollment in the par -
ade compared with its total enroll
ment will each be given a handsome
flag for their respective school houses.
Glee Club and band music provided.
Hot coffee will he served tooverybody
free. All are invited to bring tho
"trimmings" for their coffee and baskets
of lunch. At L:00 o'clock will
thn nRkinirberin: orators of prom-
1 mi -;,,;.,..! eririrnos will ho
delivered by that famous temperance
advocate, Rev.B. W. Young."
Old Maid's Convenlion.
Those who have never seeu this extremely
humorous farce should go
early and get seats before the crowd
comes. The players will be from the
married and single ladies of our city and
in their ridiculously funny costumes and
caricatures they will simply bring down
the house. The performers are being
trained by Miss Willie Lear, of
an accomplished and experienced
teacher. Every lady promises to be
there to see their sisters, their cousins
and their aunts. Admission 50 cents;
children half price; bachelors, 10 pel
off for cash. At court house, Fridav,
Tho friends of Mrs. J. F. Stone are
notified that she is engaged in trimming
for Mrs. laiey Maun, on Main
street, opposite Blanton's coal oflico.
Ladies need no assurance that these
fashionable milliners have no
in Richmond, and their prices
and goods are without a peer.
Isham G. Fox Died Yesterday.
After a long illness at his home on'
the Jack's Creek piko, Ishnm G. Fox
died yesterday at 2 o'clock. Deceased
was a brother of C T. Fox, of
this city, and Tom Fox, of Mt Sterling,
and was 00 years of age. A
wife and tiro grown sons survive, to
whom ho leaves a good estate Mr.
Fox was Lieutenant in Capt.Tribble's
Company B, 11th Kentucky Cavalry,
G. S. A. Burial will occur to-morrow
in the Richmond cemetery at 10:45.
This notice is handed in by Brig.
Gon'l. J. M. Poyntz.
You are requested to meet at the
court houso, Thursday morning, October
11, at 10:30 o'clock, to buiy our
late comrade, Isham G. Fox, in the
Com. Thos. Collins Camp 165.
Com. D. Waller Chcnault Camp
Dr. Hobson Will Locate Here.
Dr. V. H. Hobson, tho well known
Fourth Avenue Dentist of Louisville,
has concluded, after a most successful
practice in that city, to locate in
Richmond, where he attended Central
University in Ho has
purchased the frame residence next
to the Government Building. lately
occupied by Dr. Kennedy, and owned
by Mr. Joe Giunchigliani, paying
$3,500 for it Dr. Hobson will at once
have a handsome front office added
to tho house which will be a great
improvement to that locality. Dr.
Hobson is from Virginia, and started
out to make his way in life unassisted.
In ten years he has accumulated
considerable money from the
practice of his profession, in which
he has been unusually successful. He
wili bring with him a wide experience
gathered in a large city and a
well filled wallet, which shows his
has not been a labor of love only. As
an old schoolmate who knows his
rugged honesty, indomitable will and
perseverance, we have pleasure in
commending him to those of our
county who do not remember Dr
Hobson when he was a student of our
WflMTTflT ALL THE
1 D.1JI KEYS in Madison
county. Will pay the highest
price." Don't sell to foreign parties,
but bring your turkeys to us at Richmond.
COVIiE & Chkistian.
Talbott Jackson's Yiclory.
Mr. J. Talbott Jackson the bright
young attorney who was given a
walk-over in his race for County Attorney
on the Democratic ticket, had
the good will of both parties. His
career in office should be a brilliant
one, as he has the talents and the
frends to back him. He will be a
fair, square official. In this connection
wo cannot forget that there is one
person nliove all others whose cup of
joy is heaping full. It is that gentle,
refined, educated mother, who, in
broken health and circumstances, in
the State of Tennessee, has lived to
see the success which her much loved
has achieved. As the eldest enters
upon his otlicial duties with the
confidence and support of both political
parties, the younger son, Prof.
Wm. M. Jackson, to-morrow leads to
Hvmen'6 altar one of the loveliest
and truest women in the State, Miss
Lizzie Turner, of Campbellsville.
Whilst intimate friends are rejoicing
over the simultaneous conquests of
these young brothers, their happiness
is increased in tho contemplation of
that mother's unspeakable joy over
tho success-of her boys in the "Old
Mrs G. G, Prewitt and son are at
home from Lexington.
Mrs. Curtis B. Hume left yesterday
fop a visit to Kansas City.
Miss Kale Walker visited in Lex.
ington Friday and Saturday.
Miss Tempio Oldham is in Cincinnati
purchasing a new stock of millinery.
Dr. John J. Hagan, of Corbin, was
hero on Wednesday; says Corbin is
the only place.
Messrs. E. R. and C. R.
came over from Mt. Sterling to visit
Mr. G. G. Prewitt.
Miss Florence Hubbard, of Covington,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kuper
Hood, on Second street,
After a delightful visit to the Misses
Harber, Miss Lulu Bryan lelt yesterday
for Houston, Texas.
Mrs. C. W. Tudor, of Pecos City,
Texas, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. D.
B. Willis, at Kirksville, and Mr. V.
K. Tudor, in Jessamine.
Misses Margaret Chenaultand Ann
Crutcher, of Richmond, visited the
Misses Crutcher Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Dick Fox, Jr., and Miss Alice
Walker, daughter of Mr. Dan Walker,
will be married at 1 :00 p. m. to-day
at tho Kirksville Presbyterian church.
This month's Form contains a good
picture and a brief biography of Mrs.
Sarah Gibson Humphreys, tho gifted
mother of Mrs. C. D. Chcnault. Mrs.
-.,, Uunlar, Potts, also is given
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I viae, a imnum .u
Ureou.was tno guest 01 airs, ureeu
last week. J udge Armctrong is a red
hot silverito and helped to carry
Boylo for the Democrats.
Miss Lula Bryan, of Houston, Tex,
who is visiting tho Misses Harber, at
' Richmond, spent yesterday with
1 frionds in Lexinirton Mrs. A. D.
' tTrinnn. formerly Bliss Burnam. of
Richmond, and now a widow, forms
a very ploasanL addition this winter
(i For Cows and
oar regular standard medicine &
berry Pectoral &
J. HEWC0D, A.1L,
Professor of Mathematics, Otterbein Uni
versity, Wresterville, 0.
HALF-SIZE BOTTLES, 50c I
to the household of the Misses Chiles.
Lexington Argonaut, November 7.
The Woman's Club will have three it
important meetings this week. On
Tuesday the Department of Art, at
which a paper on -'Millet," by Miss
Iietitia Bullock, will be an interesting
feature. On Friday Miss Georgia
Ray MacMillan. a talented young lady
of Richmond, Ky., will entertain the
Department of Home and Education
with an elocution recital. Miss MacMillan
is a recent graduate of the
College of Oxford, O , and received
the highest encomiumf of the pre;:
when she gave a recital recently in
Richmond. Tl.-1 Department of Music
will meet K tu day with a fine
musical program - Lexington Leader,
Mrs.Jas. S. Winnard Miss Mary Eelle
Miller, of Winchester, came over on
Wednesday to attend the burial of W.
If. Wooten, who died the previous
week in New Mexico. Deceased was
the husband of Miss Miller's sistei,
Mrs. Lucy Miller Wooteu, who suiv
vivos. Two children died in infancy,
and will rest beside their father in
the Richmond cemetery. As Mrs.
Wooten came through St. Louis with
the corpse of her husband,, she was
met by her niece, Mrs. Vernon Beggs,
neo Miss Mabelle Terrill. Mrs. Wooten
will remain with her tister, Mrs.
Elizabeth Miller, in this city, for a
few weeksr but will probably make to
her home with her sister, Miss Miller,
Prof. Wm. M. Jackson, brother of
Mr. J. Talbott Jackson, of this city,
will be married tomorrow at
his bride being Miss Lizzie
Turner, sister of Mr. John Turner,- a
student at C. U. this year. MibS Turner's
father is one of Taylor county's
leading citizens, a Presbyterian elder
and cashier of the leading bank. Another
daughter. May, is the wife of
Hon. Chas. R. Long, of Louisville.
A brother, Henry, a well remembered
old btudent of C. U., lately married
Miss Wickliffe, of Columbia, Mr.
Jackson is Principal of tho Campbells-ville
Academy and has made an enviable
reputation in his adapted
home. In winning such an acknowledged
favorite as his .bride is, Mr.
Jnchson is to be cougratulated.
4, to tho wife ofT. II. Karr, a 10-lb.
girl, Elizabeth Starns, for its paternal
A JOLLY RATIFCATION.
Without Previous Notice Waco
Democrats Jollify at the
COMBS, SULLIVAN, WAGERS AND SMITH
Wince Ballard's Sensational Disclosures
"It isa little thing to speik a phrase
of common comfort, which, by daily use,
has almost lost it sense; yet 011 the ear
of Republicanism wliith thought to die
unnoticed, 'twill fall like choicest music;
till the" gazing eye with gentle tears; re
lax the knotted hand to know the bonds
of tellowship again" Adapted to Wince
A hundred enthusiastic Waco voters
came to town on Saturday, bearing alofi
this strange device: 'The Sour Woods
Scrub, W. W. Combs, AVho Licked The
Republican Aristocrat " It Speed Smith
himself had seen that charcoal caricature
of hid victorious opponent he would
have been willing to attend own political
fuueral. But the part which .Mr.
Smith nor any of hia party could
was the vocifeious cheering, particular
by Jesse Cobb, which greeted
Mr-Combs as he mounted tne platform
111 the court tiouue in response to ttie
calls of the large crowd which hastily
assembled at the ringing of the bell.
Mr. Combs though not as well kuo mi
to citizens oi Richmond, and consequently
not so fortunate, as his opponent,
is quite as popular in his own neighborhood
and has the qualilications essential
in a Legislator, lie is honest and capable,
and Bradley and his cohorts could
not intimidate biui if they tried. Mr.
Coiribo' speech was an expression of
gratitude for the honor coniened upon
him for which he declared he would be
laolingly thankful, and that as the
of Madison couuty in the
Kentucky Legiolature he pledged himself
to vote and work for the best inter
ests of her people and the State. It is
needless to i-ay that his promises were
well receded for all know Mr. Combs
to be a man of strong character and a
blameless record, and will expect him to
'attend to business and not rush society."
His speech put the crowd iu the best of
humor and when he Gnished it was evident
that a genuine Democratic rally was
iu progress, even if it was impromptu.
We sincerely doubt that any man in
ten years has been accorded such an
ovation in this city as was accorded Mr.
I. H. Sullivan", the newly-elected
Couuty Judge. He was thoroughly unprepared
fur the occasion, but the tremendous
applause, which only increased
as he approached Uiebtand, wassullicient
to inspire a far less experienced speakei
So that when quiet was fiually restored
Mr. Sullivan launched into a fervent and
eloquent speech which showed him to
be deeply sensible of the honor and the
responsibilities which his election
means, lie said he bad the people to
thank for his election, for, as was charged
against him, he had no great family influence
to back him, no advantages of
wealthy heredity or powerful social
standing. Nevertheless, he granted no
man a higher conception of dutv nor
superior courage of convictions; that he
would discharge the duties of hL oflice
with exact justice to all, of whatever
race, color, or condition, and cordially
thanked all Democrats, of whatever
clan, for supporting him and the
ticket. His speech was interrupted
time and again by applause,
showing conclusively that Judge
election was one ol the most popular
that has occurred in years in Madison
.Next, Hon W. B. Smith was called
upon and he made a characteristic
speech, punctuating it with humorous
anecdotes illustrative of the campaign
and its results. He took occasion to
warn the Democrats to work without
ceasing as we are to have an election
every -November for tho next three years
Congress in 98 ; Uoveruor in 'W, anil
President in 1000.- He made the point',
too, that the negro vote had at last split
up and that now the Republicans were
buying their own votes a thing unknown
belore. "And," said Mr. Smith, "whenever
a General has to buy his own soldiers
to fight, then he's a' dead duck in
J Mr. Wagers, the newlyelected
of Schools, who lead the ticket
with a majority of 217, spoke briefly but
set fourth the discouragements which
he. and the Democratic nominees met,
with during' the campaign. Had they
lost 1 he&rt or confidence in the justice ., of
ii - a S -5 -n
Democrats, the lale would have been
one of woe instead of rejoicing.
Sitiingon the steps of the platform
was Wince Ballard, the negro man who
has been as faithful to the Republican
party as any of its members, and who
after thirty years of blind idolatry has
had his eyes opei.cd to its selfishness
and hypocrisy. Said ho "for thirty
years I have voted for the grand old Republican
party. I have worked hard for
its success, and spcut dollars, inv dollars,
to put it in power. I had been told time
and again that the Republicans didn't
for the negro only so far
as they could use him to advance their
political interest. Last vcarl concluded
would test this, fori didn't believe it
was true, s I asked them to let me run
for jailer. I tell this with tears in my
eyes, but it is so: Mr. Wallace came to
my blacksmith shop and said, "Wince,
will never do to nominate a negro for
jailer; it will disgrace the Republican
party." "Then" sas I, -'Mr. Wallace I
guess I wont disgrace the Republicans
bv voting for them." And 1 didn't!
Tlie court records rfiow no charges
against inv character; I am a hardworking,
humble negro: my people considered
me good enough to make me their School
Trustee, mid my shop was their political
headquarters for years. I know all
j!ie tin kof the party, and know how
;t'iK lebauched the coloied ministers
.vmIi whiskey anil roouey to keep their
!iirejtionRin line. I am against this
and have stood it long enough. 1 wont
friends who will stand by me after the
election as well as before. And every
negro man knows that the white Demo
cr.iis of Madison county are as kind to
us as anybody else and'we ought not to
stand up like sheep and be voted
them. We have served the Republicans
long enough without recognition.
"One month beioro a nominating convention
the white Itepublican calls you
'Wince',' that's familiarity. During
the convention yon are knowii as a ' Negro"
that's respect. After the convention
and the campaign gets hot, you arp
''colored gentleman" that's social
equality. After the campaign is over,
and he is elected, jon aie a ''damned
Nigger" that's politics. To hell witli
such politics. Better take our chances
awhile with our real friends."
Despite the Hut that it was late and
moft of the. crowd had a long way to go,
they kept Wince talking until he let the
cat out of the bag, and when he told
Hut one on Chairmau Wallace it was a
Mr. Willging adjourned the meeting
as? emble one year hence for a similar
purpose to jollify over the recovery of
tho Kighth Congressional DiMrlct from
Boss Davidson ami the Republican
party. C. K. W.
Ii'st to take after dinner;
prevent distress, aid digestion, ill
Purely Testable; do not cripe
or cause pain. Sold ly all drupgUU. 2S cents.
l"reiiared only by 0. 1. Hood Co., Lowell. Mass.
Chester Duncan was throwu from a
horse at Milton and seriously injured
America have a
type of beauty
peculiar to themselves.
'K.V and social peculiarities,
combined to produce
m a type of
w o in anhood
K V h
r f from the women
other countries. It has become almost
an everyday occurrance for the nobility
and royal blood of Europe to cross
the water in search of an American
beauty, for the United States has become
famous throughout the world. Th e
American beauty is a peculiar product
of this country. She has, however, one
formidable enemy, not only to her beauty,
but to her health as well That enemy
is indigenous to the climate aud soil
of the United States. It is called Catarrh.
Almost every woman has it in mild
or severe forms. ' Our climate makes it
well-nigh unavoidable. It is the only
natural enemy the American woman
has. Not only is the United States the
home of catarrh, but it is also the home
ot the now world famous catarrh remedy,
The medical profession has
at last succeeded in devising a rcirfedy
fur the wellnigh universal disease.
Dr. Hartman, the original
of has a recent book on
chronic catarrh which he will send free
to any address for a short time Address
Tho Drug M't'g Co., Co-
A your druggist for a free
Almanac for W.)S. It
Diphtheria continues to rage on the
lowlands around Milton.
Catarrh M;ans Danger,
Because if unchecked it may lead directly
to consumption. Ca'arrh is
caused by impure blood. This fact is
tully established. Therefore, it is useless
to try to cure catarrh by outward
applications or inhalants Tho true way
to cure catarrh is to purify the blood.
Hood's Sarsaprrilla, the great blood
purifier, cures catarrh by its power to
drive out all impurities from the blood.
Thousands of people testify that they
have been perfectly and permanently
cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The house fly is getting lo be a weak
insect just about now.
When bilious or costive eat a Cascaret,
candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 2oc.
Four hundred head of cattle will be
fed at Prestonville, near Milton.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is prepared by experienced
pharmacists who knows precisely
the nature and quality of all ingredients
Corn-gathering is in progress all over
A woman never really knows tl e
meaning of happiness and content until
she is the mother of a healthy, happy
child. The health of the child depends
on the health of the mother, both before
and after birth. Most all of woman's
weekness and particularly the weekness
that most strongly influences the of
comes from some derangement or
disease of the distinctly feminine organs.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will
cure troubles of this nature. It should
be taken regually by every woman during
the entire period of gesration. It
gives strength to all the organs involved,
lessens tho pain of childbirth and iusues
the health of both mother aud child.
Send 21 stamps to cover cost
of mailing only, and recicvo free a copy
of Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. Address,
"World's Dispensary Medlcil Ai.
soclation, BuJTnlo, N Y. It
Jlorgatitown has a new saw and flouring
Forchildien who take cold easily and
are subject to croup, no remedy is bo
helpful as Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey.
It should bo iu every houso ready foran
Squirrel hunters are numerous.
It Kits The Spot.
When suffering from a severe cold and
your throat and lungs feel sore, take a
dose of Foley'sp jHoney and Tar,
when tho sore-once ness will be at
,relieved a warm, grateful
feeling and healing of the
rjarti affected will experienced and vou
will sayi "it feo!BO,so good. It touches
the spot;1 It. is guaranteed. Sold bv
V. G. White. - , J--
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The Throttle Thrown Wide
THE ENGINE THAT WORKS
THE MACHINERY OF THE
usy Bee Cash Stores
TAXED TO ITS UTMOST CAPACITY.
THIS GREAT BARGAIN MARTREADY FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN.
Already they are unloading at our door, car load after ear load of boxes filled with now
Fall Bargains for our customers and friends. Some of these boxes are almost large enough
for small dry goods stores within themselves. It is almost impossible to pass the streets
in front of our store.
Our shelves, our leges our upstairs department,
and atiics are all bending and groaning under the
enormous weight of the great stacks of goods piled on them.
You will find our prices much lower than ever, as we d- t employ an unexperienced
buyer to lav in our stock. Each and every article that fill our shelves and piled up on our
counters-has been selected with great care by
a ""joou tninp; wnen lie sees it.
Our campaign against high prices this season will bo the
hottest fought ba'.tle in the history of our business. We
set the pace for competition and let them follow.
lots. A great saving
to you at ictail and
bought direct fiom mills in solid car
to our customers, as we can sell them
give you wholesale prices.
The new Braids, the new Trimmings, the
Goods, in patterns or by the yard, are to be
The moot elegant things to be had anywhere in suits or
overcoats can be found here. Our tailor-made, Nitin-lined
biiitsaud overcoats are the dPiith knell to all competition.
They fit better, thev lo.ik nicer, they wear longer and they
aie priced lower. Try a suit of our Iloys' Clothing. They
are double knee, double seat and elastic wnNt bands, warranted
not to rip. Get our prices. See our Clothing.
We are the leaders in prices on all lines of Koots and
Shoes. Special attention paid to this stock. Special prices
made all through the line, stock largor and more complete
than ever. Bring in your grain bags and fill them
up. Prices lower than ever made.
We have a man's Ribbed Vest, fleece-lined, with drawers
to match, heavy weight, that we can sell at 2oc each
that beats the world, fcame that Fold last season at 4'.lc.
Ladies' Hi Vests, with pants, winter weight 10c,
worth 25c. Children's Kibbed Vests and
pants from 8c up, winter weight An elegant line of
and gents' fine Underwear in stock at very low prices.
- W. D. OLDHAM &
X4f Sjfr, $$f.
Walnuts and to spare this fall.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting inci
dent to the3c diseaf.es is instantly allayed
bv applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad :ses
have been permanently cured by it. It
h equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples;
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitcc
and chronic soro eyes. 2o cts. per box.
Dr. Culy's Coadilion Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They aro not food but
medicine and tho best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Piico 25
sents per package
Another biography of Queen Yictora
is being written
Everybody Says So.
Cacarets Candv Cathartic, the mnsl won
derful discoerv of the aye p c.is
ant and refreshing to the taste, act jiei.tl.v
end positively on kidneys, liver and bowels
cleansing the enliio sjstrm. dlr" 1 cold
cui lieailnelic, Jcvtr, habitual lonstipatioz
and biliousness. Please buy and try a boj
of (J. C. C. v; 10, a M rents, bold am
guaranteed to cure by all drurgists.
The house of an lllionois farmer fell
down, killing the whole family.
Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the
finest liver and bowel regulator ever
made. niayl ly
Oiear Ilamnierttein, the noted theat
rical manager, has made an assignment.
Many of your friends, or people whom
you know of have contracted, consumption,
pneumonia or other fatal disease
by neglect of a Eimple cold or cough.
Foley's Honey anil Tar. a safe, sure and
plasant cough medicine, would have
saved them. It is guarantee.1. Sold by
W. G. White Richmond, Ky.
The Columbia SpecUtor is thirty
years old and better than ever before.
Indigestive poisons are the bane of the
dyspeptic's life. Wheu sick, see if your
sickness is caused by indigestive poisons.
If so, take Shakers Digestive Cordial.
This is the. only eertuiu way of being
permanently cure J, because it is theo iy
way that gets rid of the poisons, ion
know that fermented food is poisonous.
You know that poison is unhealthy.
Shaker Digestive Cordial clears the
stomache of fermented food, ami purifies
the of indigestive poisou.
It cures indigestion and Hie dheatci (hat
comeofit. Headache, dizziness, nausea,
stomach-ache, weakness, flatulence
loss of appetite, irritability,
ec. These aie ap of the symptions,
catued by indigeslive poisons, cured by
Shakers Digestive Cordial.
At druggists, price 10 cents to Sl.00
per bottle. It
L.in' Run is the largest Daptist As
sociation iu the biatn.
Don't Tobacco 8?it tad Smoke Tocr life Away.
ir you want to uuit tobacco U3'mjr easily
and forever, bo tnado well, strong, magnetic,
full of new life and vigor, tako Ho-To-Bac,
lao tnat makes weak men
Mnr pain ten iKiumls in ten days.
Over -100,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac of you?
druggist, under to cure, C0a or
$1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad.
Sterling ltcmedy Co., Chicago or JJow York.
Tolu, Crittenden county, is to have a
handsome new IJantist Church.
An Impoarlant Difference.
To mako it apparent to thousands, who
think themsekeljin, that they are not
afilicted with any disease, but thr.tilha
Bystem simply(n(dscleauin j.is to bring
comfort homo tojjhelrheartsv as a. costive
condifiojuaijwwily cured by using
Svmn of TisTa.5iMaHufactured.br the .
rf'" ' - .I-- - - .
California JFig SjrHp'Companyjonly, suid
.soki by;all tlrustgBts. ' aov,l
v - .iUV, - -. ..
s 4' a. t -
a buyer who has had years of
Great stocks of Calicos arc piled up on the streets ami
in the store and some of the very best brands are only :W
per yard. Uring your wagons and load up We don't
offer you one yard at this price, but 1 (XX) yards ii you
.Blankets of all descriptions bought in 100-pair lots. As
we have two great stores to buy for we can save our customers
many a "Hani Earned Dollar" on Blankets. We
sell them a nice white leil blanket, 10-4 size, large enough
for any bed, at per pair.
prettiest Silks, the newest things in Dress
had in our Dress Goods Department, "Our
Small wears and notions of all kinds in large quantities
are to be had in this great Emporiim of Bargains. It you
need anything from a lc paper of pins to a full-grown steam
engine you can lind it at the Busy Bee Cash Store.
Last, but not least, is our Cloak Department. We take
a special pride heie as pietty, stvlish Cloaks are greatlv
admired bv everjone and our Cloak Department is tilled
with beautiful tiling. Call and look through whether you
need a Cloak or not. We will be glad to show you
Don't be the last one to call and see this immense stock
of beautiful fall goods. Don't wait until the let things-are
selected and taken out. Fall in line and follow the
crowd. "Von will meet with a hearty welcome ami be
waited on by polite, nice salesmen. Thanking you for
pasc patronage, we are
Dypiiii ii ..ipggtBiBi Mgrr
IR, Xj. -
Car-load of jugs went like hot cakes
in Springfield election day.
A Case 01 Kidney Disease Given Up By Four
Beaver Dam, O.
My daughter, after being treated by
f jur doctors and given up for lost, &
neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney
Cure. To-day she is able to walk several
miles without fatigue. I feel we
would have lost her if it was not for
your medicine Respectfully,,
, Mrs J. M. Bailey,
sold by W. G. White. lm
Constitutional amendment was lightest
in the small counties.
C.sc. ruts stimulate liver, kidneys and
oowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe.
Mighty fewltepublicansin KenFucky.
I will sell to the highest and best bidder, at
my place near Red House, Ky., on Richmond
anu utter uree pixe, on
Taesday, November 23, 1897,
Sly personal property, consisting of 4 good
brood mares in foal to Jack 2 mule colts. 1 3-
ear-oil horso. 1 3-year-old mare, 1 nod
S 3-year-old in spring, about II fatnoss
and shoals, 2 fat cows, i fat heifers, 2 or 3 good
suckling calves, about 210 bushels good wheat,
farming imntements, household anc kitchen
;-Terms will be given on day of sale.
! B. Batner.
State of Kentucky. ; September Term,
Madison County Court . j Oct,l, 1837.
It is ordered by the Madison County Court
that the Sheriff of Madison clunty, Ky.. cause
a poll to be ooened at 7 o'clock, a. and kept
open unjil 4 o'clock, p. m., at the rerular voting
places in Blue Lick, Berea and Duncannon
Precincts ot Glade Districts No. 5, on Uiah.
day of December, 1897, for tho purpose olw
Inir the sense of the legal voters of said Dlsl
who are qualified to vote at elections: for
iy UlilWiS upiil ill, .vonuu u,b vwv
spirituous, vinous ur .uuib ut)uviauait uc
sold, bartered or loaned tiereip.or 'ihether or
not any prohibition law in force in siftt district
by virtue of any general or. special astofjict
snali oeconic in operation aau iuc cvrac iuu
tinned. A. Copy Attest :S 1
JOHJTF. WaiTIS, Clerk.
By Thomas THonns, D. C.
la "pursuance ot the above ordeH I will oa
Satantar, .December 4th. 1897. ope pollat
uui vUm .n) toa in Wlae IJck IteK ana
lteBaBBB Preclncta ot Glade Distr te,vHo.?S.
No Tariff added, no Dad Debts, nothing to cause our
customers and friends to pay an advance on a artiHe
bought frof ".o .-.a f rein-in.
Notice lo Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Janice Tevis, deceased,
are hereby notified to file same legally
verified, with the undersigned,
on or before the loth day of November,
lS97,orsame will be barred.
I). It. Tevis.
Poplar Fence Pickets; Size, lxlx4 4.
Price $3.50 per thousand pieces.
Ik'KT & Bkabd Lumbek Co.,
oct37 3 w Fonl, Ky.
"We have come to offer
the Greatest Bargains
of the age. Having just
returned from the city
where we purchased a
full and complete line of
Dry Goods k
"We have also the exclusive
rijrht to sell the celebrated
Felix, Wolf & Co.'s Shoes
every pair made U order
and "warranted, - ,
We Are Headquarters
For .Belfast Linens
facQes' CorSSts 20c. tip.
Irish and German Laces from
lc a yard up-
;Give us a call and examine
a our .New atoct ot uooas.
M ii k COir
"McKee- Cor., rain and First
Sts.. Richmond, Ky.
ttst, Meiqh, Buyer.
Many Reasons Why You
J l '
from best material.
It'stlu easiest rnnHiHtc
wag n mnuV.
The skeins cannot get
stnd ii I lie toix.
Tl e is teel plated
from eal to end.
will not lift of I
Shoveling IJoard Ewl
Ii's the best painted
It has the bet wlund.
Iu fart it's wagon
A - C3 - E53STrr.
Will send you only Fresh Cut Flowers ind
Quality is our aim, yet not made at undue cost.
Everything strietly up-to-date.
All orders left with our agent Henry L. Perry
at White's drugstore, will receive prompt
"Bell's Flowers go
D ublic Renting,
At 1 o'clock, p. ra., I will rent, puMidy. in
tuoor three boundaries. 350 acres f pnw '"nil,
known as the John A. Duncan p!acc; renting
at my -residence near Duncannon.
Mrs. Sarah K. Black.
CapUTora FerriU, Anct. Iw
Taxes for 1337 hvre Ions been due. Call and
settle at osee, as penalty of per cent. wuT b
adledDeceaberl. Last Notice.
J. P. S1MI0SS,
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