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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 e I u l I f TtlE RICHMOND CLIMAX i 1 IVOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEPNESDAY AUGUST 30 1899 NUMBER 13 1 For Rent 0 Choice of three good Q office rooms over Doug g las Simmons hard lFstore Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence with modern conven iences GRIGGSBY MDNCEY PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS LWMLERArronxTATLAW rncuMoIo KBTTUCKT office In thetournsm Building ncxt door to arniera Nilibnal Bank fet 3ly JLA3ULLrVAN ATTORXBYATLAW KICHMOXDL KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hard ware rtnre op xwito Vitirt House on Main Street II HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW llintMosn KENTUCKY Ollico No 13 First SU up Blairs 31 30 J 0 c D Mol1NAuLTv TTOKXfiVS AT LA tf KlCIIMOMb KUNTOCKY Office on Seeuml street over Chen mkSi roeeryLw R LETCHER AttarueyutZaw lUiniMoxi KEXTDCKY omen with T J Smith Jr over Oivuigton MitchellV ijfC JUowry- AttorneyatLaw Mulxrloy IJuililing lUchond Ky PETSIOIANS DRS GLRSON GIBSON Plfl iWl V AIm SURGEON R tCH MOMl KENTUCKY o S erTlb Jie CcJmj building iS and so Sec rH Street er W ue old ilrucstore s r tuus HOOKER IRTttRIKARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary CoUtge Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty office up nUlrn over store recently accu 11 by Richmond Harness 00 Ki t Main at Hihnninrt Ky Ipr71yI 1L C JdSlJSRJUDMedicine awl SurgeryyOtlirtt Iratlier Kuildiiic fain ttrect- Tplt e nt miilrace the Cnrr place one 1uttlwIrolb KENTUCKY GW KVANS it D PHYR CIAK ANt SflIUElfltICIIMIINII KKNTUCKY DIL T TAYLOR Iractilunur in ttalicine and Surgery KiciiMiiNi KENTUCKY IIIfficeaml residence Second Street DENTAL STJHQSST iDt tte t tontQt DRITTlfl- t lx uiaviLLn MHJWoct trexl door to Government Building khmSxd Ky Office hoars 9 to 121 to hUty= jyF1EO SMITH DENTIST mceblelrDr Louis II landman No O Went Ninth Htrevt Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zlntmer Hlchmond Ky on FRIDAY SEPT 15 1899 returning every second Wrdnenday o each month Reference every iihyeiclan of Rich mond Ky ebtSly LLIIWETAL I SnORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA PullnsanrourltsleeplngCar eaes- YttIecveryThuridy nls night and tuna through Francico Ak your ticket agent for pirtlcnlim or write AgentLuIatIIeFree Reclining Chair Cars Loularil1e to Memphis and New Orleans f fIA IL HANSON WM A KELLOND n V A Chlcxro AO P ALnnhiyIlle Dr Goldstein The Optic Specialist WILL ItSTtinti rOlflOHMOID TliursIay SapLebor 7Ut FOR TWO DAYS ONI Y PURITY OF TONE combined with great and power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano B w an lulnnnil of very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as well as a ap pearance and fine finish We have several styes Some in Mahogony Rosewood etc range from 22500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHMv H G KENT AGEN T RICHMOND aoic HDm Iaoc1 tfesYkre ynnr dwellings barna and all other CoznpyUlveft protection against Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most reliable company for the people ot our county now operating in the State and gelr cheaper ever y ear a3long yon continue In the company agentdaw Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court Home next door to State flank Trust Co second floor J H CARTER Pres mayMly C C BOSWORTH Secy 181 yon PREPAID Forthlo ft3r- tJ inew hIbcna zcwfng- jnncbInewitbM nttachIIV ments rnnted larchire 1st Sendas order iSCriitive aent ipplia WHAYN M1O roBBO FOURTH AVE LOUISVILLB mchMOiu Lumber For Sale tbreehUbdredwhich I will sell at mill or loaded on cars For further particulars call o or addresn BOWMANjulyVJmD SEND US ONE DOLLAR SSJittuBtearw 1999 MUrn klk n4r KISIRTOIK flliL AtD MOTE by con utajn in rimnliutmttm four freight depot and U perfect- UaI3cory 4 jeUIMm Lla ver w r hen- ttay the nUoIHT CKT sir i S1300 FREIGHT all war ioenrs li hOot cat funded whli Pe circiila on inn rrcUht ACME BIRD taw ibit1OW1TRITJronotn cm FREE tSorVitoo lJ STOVE CATALOGUE tndfrelKht ehuglll This store li glee Kn I oTen l liHillill torynuule tram bntptirlron eitnlarjte Ban llnlnn and frrmte ere oren shelf heavy tinlined oven door luuidiomt Mckelplated onuroenUtlons and crtmmlnin e tra urr deep genuine siutlkk rMlIo flied mn lr bend win Unre ornamented base line eal hcraf 4f and peIerery ctnve and irnarant e Mfe delivery to your railroad latloa Tour lol dealer woukl cheers yen moo for viifh a ftoTp tbs relirlit U only about lixo for ch mllM i r Isii ioon AMKM SEARS ROEBUCK COOXCJCKlCiCOILL OMn ukaa a can Ikwttl nlli UC it aprt6m ALIVE k r o e tSo te 2tcyc4c We are now offeringyou 20 per cent or onefifth off on everything in our very large stock of Wall Paper from 5c per bolt on up in price Mid Summer Prices On everything in our line Get prices from all the cities then get ours and you will see ours will be the lowest Vo Imndlp nothing bot the best grades Ve make lo order all kinds of of Paints In any color We make to order alt kinds of Window Shades Wemako to order nil kinds pf Picture FrametSj Wall Paper Paints Oils Varnwli Urtishefl Glass etc Stock the largest and prices al ways tile lowest J GB lWILLGllGj JOJ ff Sill EIgEE- TRIChMOND K L CkisiffaKt ui Hi Sfey Time ol Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND ill Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 am Eastern for Louisville 730 am Moreliead and Lexington Accom 800pm New York Limited VV V 4 50 pm EAST BOUND exington and Jlorehead A com 9 am New York Limited K F Vfl58 am Lexington and oIL telling Accom rut Wuhlnaton Express eI 23 pm Accommodiion train run daily except Band dallyThmujh car service to ew York For InfonDutlon rates or sleeper reerratlon oMlon or write It OOD Ann LNUy nkhWQndJty4rD w A40 0 1IlLez1n otl Ky J 1 JGOViEO BROWN WRITES UP KIVSSTW villageIsabout eight miles from Itirljinoiul I1aeooreKingsixty years ago There are several bpinKMrand Buck Stivers The last uaineil merchantin sealesdistrirtschool building a grist mill a good masonic lodgo and a new Baptist meet byirulprincipal and who is now principal of MIssouriHldfFork is located the old Bethel Baptist tilfiarristhe home of anwaflnioclyilmarshall of this city which office he IsKinst8lonVenerable sipeiitcrsrn1The phyeiclftUs t t the place are Dre Hurst and Matthi the last named beamlug a brother ttf Mrs L J Frazee this dty lro of our citizens exSher formerlyre8idedbattle of Richmond commenced atofHays Fork which is but half a from this village The date of the battle was on the last Saturday in principalfarmerS Dick Jones Alex Gibbs Socrates Man pin Frank Mnupin Tom Anderson Wm Bowles who is 8i years old and stilt spry and active Arch Doty and James Parks The father of the last named was one of the most prominent men in his day was married three times hikandshallwish to overlook a once noted farmer of this section Hon Wash Maupin who owned Hunters Rest located a mile from Kingston and which is now seloccupicilbyhome was the rendezvous of many a gay hunting party many of the partici pants coming from a distance to engage in the exciting sport Mr Maupin was a great hunter and the bark andyelingoftbe dogs when on the cent was music to his ear lie at ono time owned the finest pack of fox hounds in tile county BjToBut elumbbllng In the tUgRttl dell deTheTO roUse him with spUr ahd rein The steed his good labors ber bo1oiiseeOmOte EXCELLENT ADVLCLVi frAnbusiness dolilenwill he licourteous brtbmitIIttonly go Where you fire invited The same rule lilay be safely Adopted with business nioiij at all events a live bnsi ness man always advertises and always ginterestwith themC LiInBlackburn snid I have bad ninny Dfrientlsheggingcanvass They said the regular organ ization was all for me and the bolters were all for me They urged me to stay out and not make enemies mix wingthe advice of these honcstbut misguid ed friends I would forfeit frofGod to bear witness that I have never seen the day and I trust I may never live long enough to see the tiny when I wonld not bo ready to stand or rail with my partynr iIIlbljJ Leaves Give warning 01 Winter So the falling of the haIr tells of the approach of age and powerNo barren the treednor how leafless it may you confidently expect leaves again Because And whyiroots So you need not worry abettt the falling of your hair the threatened departure of youth and beauty Because if there is a spark et life remaining In the roots all the AVERS IIAWr VIGOR will arouse it into healthy activ ity The hair ceases to com out it begin to grow and thu HtoWe have a book on the Hair and its Diseases It is free J iIHe iIeAfWIee rIt do lint olitaln all the beneCti you ezpmrtM from the aw ot the Vjui wrlle tIie doctor about It frobabtr there It some d IInII17Ot1r if tet which m37 1411 ttI l if 7 AUOWnLYPvE I Makes the food more delkkxis and whofesome Itorn tuaoa cowotn cor new vomt Stock and Farm IShelby Sentinel I Corn is selling at 225 at the crib in G CharradKansas 1 bu clashelshels as excess of the previous ban year 1S9 coAttil roarlyja combsve benthigbiIntialMost farmers make butter but the majority of them do not know whether theyftre making ftat profit or a loss notkeepbutter or even what the sales ount to There are four essentials necessary for profitable butter making viz 1 The right kind of a cow 2 the right kind of feidend care for the LOW 3 the making of the right kind butler 4 Ue marketing of the but prfceforThe young turkeys should now be growing and shohld by this time have reached a stage at which they can care for themselves They are sometimes made lame by being compelled to alight TbislameDllssno remedy but to put them in a sited Theylikeould the grass be scarceby reason of appreciato thebam1ardves s When using whitewash npply It nil hot as it cab be R pOOl stud have thick so as to cover the cracks as as possible Whitewash will leetroyoulice if put oa the walls bntBtUevantngesln II Jtalsd tl Tied fcheurfulafi welt as destroy ihg germs disease ARU ofcrUilucahbontacid to every gallon of whitewash Will ren r it mote efficient as a disinfectant jfiTheare hardier thah ure tnrneticka of the common kind lose a seumberAvingom being pampered by their owners In many inStances tat wliibll case tltewnot compare favorably with the com moil fowls f But cduimon fowls are ol parebore profitable in every respect Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old and Fever tioresarts Cute Bruises Burns Scalds happed Hands Chilblains Best Pile tre on earth Drives out Pains am LIb ches Only 2ij cents a box Cure g cIuaranteedruggist 2 BRYAN THE ONLY MANsA Terre Haute Indians special says John Clark Itidpath the historian hose homo is lunictdidate for Congress in 1808 writes toTiend from New York City as folio Politically we are stepping far tend fast The Croker Interviewed here lit produced a tremendous sensation was s unexpected The Van Wyck 4om has did aborulng and there it ohodyirright but the one central an cosplendid figure of William J Bryan DeWitt8 Little Early Risers did me more good than all blood medicines o a Jacobfi ant nevergrlpe cure constipa tion arouse thetorplol liver to action sleadylIervespetite Perry Thomas The unwarranted attacks of the Louisville Dispatch upon Goebel making him votes every day No Demo c cratsince it has deserted its party and is Ueputllcana charge against tho head of the Demo cratic ticket In Kentucky which it hna been able to proye eaid all the mmn things possibleI Goebel they are now reacting in bil- lfavorJessamlne JournalS hlydlach anti at the same time heals and foI- I10relttbe diseased digestive organs bothbesethings of t to permanently cure dyi pep la Jerry 4 People in the county who are annoyed by flies should remember that clusters of tile fragrant clover which grows abundantly by nearly every roadside If hung in the room and loft to dry and shed its faint fragrant per fume through thp air will drive away moro flies than sticky iwocars ofmo lasses and other fly traps and fly papers can ever collect New York Tribune Our baby was sick for a month with Covers cough and cntarrhal fever Al though wo tried many remedies slit OneMlnuteCou LjSanceTexas Perry Thomas A hot poker game was played in one of our ealoons last night botwoen a Chinaman a cowboy and one of onr leading doctors Tbq Chinwuaa held four aces the cowboy held ii punRud the doctor iiuld an inquest oif phi wanBallnrdWash Union QUIcklY euro constipation aod rabtjild tine luviKorHte tho entire lIy11teil1 neve grfptm n ustiat DeW itL tittl4 EtrollyWeeCl P rrjr jc TkBuux a I i 4 i j BAKING POWDER I WHY THE L N IS FIGHTING GOEBEL Because Goeliel ran the L Jf lob byista out of the Senate chamber as rist did the moneychangers from the temple because he worked to put that use in the State constitution for bid competfnglines tirenstitution loonl5ndemned for ca laxshfore getting possession of Iti becauseis was the author of the fellow n F because he championed the bill a to ch theargesjnstdemallltgi dunizedcu bacntinctorscause he publidly denounced the L N for the it th tine1806 because he has bidden the L N glaiteflitticeits titieffortsthe people and to dominate the politics of Kenttcky as Milton Smith Presi dent of the Lit N lias pri thetitThis is the subject that has become of absorbing interest in Kentucky in the towns and on the farms The people are soberly contemplating what will be the consequences to them should titl votein Stagdomination with horror They are passing the word from neighbor to neighbor that we must organize organsor ize organize in every village lot in every country school house to resist this menaceto crash this effort of this foreignowned corporation cfIfabulous wealth tosubsidiKe our re debauch our voters SEatitpe ople defeat further legislation or the me character and name and control r govenor slut other State officers and Ie gisttttotsielIAnd the people will organize for this pnrpoeo They will rise tu their might te revolution instead of against U Iinbelco leuiintrDemocrats allkB are realizing the dniiIPge before them in the towns labor or eTnizedWe are to have a magnificent campaign il its results will be glorious The people will rise and strike for them veil their homes and their posterity nd every man nominated on the su pe rb platform of the Louisville conven on win be triumphantly elected and ith them a legislature that will in co operation with the bravo and dauntless Goebel put into effect the reforms pledged in that platform Owensboro Messenger No Kishl JoUgllnesn The woman who Is lovely In face form and temper will always have friends bet one who would be attrac ve must keep her health If she Is weak sickly and all run down sho will be nervous and irritable If site aa constipation or kidney trouble her Impure blood will cause pimples blot- tes skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the beet medicine in the world to regulate tomBchliver nod kidneys and to purify the blood It strong nerves bright eyes smootji velvety skin rich complexion It will makes goodlook g charming woman of n rundown i Only 60 cpnta at Perry homas Drug Store 2 A short time ago during a gentle uuiLan acquaintance and extending his tiro broils over her requested the pleasure ftictingas her rainbean Oht1ex claimed tim young lady taking his arm you Wish me to be your rain dear Two souls with but a single timbrel two forms that stepped as otto THROUGH VIRGINIA BATTLEFIELDS AND WASHINGTON CITY TO THE BA ENCAMPMENT AT r cIVryat interest from the West to Philadel phia is offered by the Chesapeake and Ohio By The Rhine the Alps and the BattleField lute of America The only rail roadpassing Bull Run and Ap pomattox the beginning and the end of the Civil War The route crosses the Alleghany nnd Blue Ridge Mountains through their OSt picturesque regions and crosses Suennndoah Valley where Sheridan- ained4Us fame Write at once for ratea and engage your sleeping Car space All tickets permit stop over privilege at Waehlng Pbiltrdatop over at Baltimore Wash nilon Covinirton Va for Hot Springs land celebrated Urcenbricr White Sulphur Springs but one additional stopover may be selected by the purchaser of the ticket Excursion tickets will be on sale 8 pterober J 23 and 4 and by exton Septemberformation address CB Ryan A G P A Cincinnati Ohio 9nv iUM WilhiSrain M OM Filet Cswlort The quarantine existing at Norfolk and Old Point Comfort on account of yellow fever having been withdrawn this is to notify alt concerned that the Cliesjipeako and Ohio railway has re euiiied sale of tickets to Old Point Com fort and all points affected by the quarantine The birinonthly excur Iions to Old Point Comfort IJn tha see ond and fourth Tuesdays will also be resumed commonciqg with theeecond Tuesday In September Round trill iuysForfuhl W4zvPIv c pi J Speaking about labor the Govern ment Printing office at Washington is ime of the busiest places in the world A walk througli that hive of industry is well worth taking There the prInt- Ing and binding for the public service of the nation is done in the highest type of the art- Employment is given to twentyeight hundred persons The establishment consumes four thousand dollars worth ot white paper every day and the payroll amounts to thirteen thousand dollars every working day in the year Many women are employed in the building especially the binding de pan tment white and colored women working side by side Were it not for the labor saving machiery employed it would require ten thousand hands to do the work turned out every day There machines for hacking books which k as if they had brains The popular idea that Uncle Sam is in his treatment of his servants and iflerent as to the cost of his product a mistaken one The man who works in the departments Washington gives Uncle Stun his moneys worth and in various workshops nothing is lost In the big bmdery there Is a little ma chine operated by a woman which sts the superfluous leaf from tlie ks of books even after it has once gone through the first process of removing it The leaf comes off in the iest particles almost too flue to be seen without the aid of a magnifying ss Ordinarily one would think that a Was too insignificant a thiDg to en gage the attention of to rich a fellow as Uncle Sam but this little machine saves five thousand dollars a year all same Exchange PETTIT TUMBLES A Frankfort special says that Thomas S Pettit Populist nominee for Govein or in 1895 who received the largest e ever cast for a Populist in title te has deserted his party anti hand a list of appointments to speak fox time Goebel ticket Mary had a billygoat its tall was t o bent and everywhere that Mary goes that lamb is sure to went He followed her to school one day which made her hot as Ore for she hud gone there on her wheel and billy ate the tireItExchange ND ONE DOLLAR CJ TcrLelxTLITTaiiU uidva will iced niehti ranairrtab b libject mItletlontee a ri IubI =i Lipeete4tfl5 eIy uttoaMItU I repioid- iIiIaI45 Hll ci SSSIii tlrOO Ui rriltll l oi Special SQ58the l the Intigli tt ii Wt T let4tndche k1Urbi bsink- iipu4Ipsi fo4q edse Qd ibinWitteprIstirijtesedhiddress O ur Goods 4 AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial ta IDi B Q 4fsifel IUil ItJ The ladies cannot be decei ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wit- hVhItPJAND Giosonl Freezersffi FishIIo g rfrom a Sun to a Mud Cat Did we ever say anr thing to you the 7I1ttTTt ca13ts= t 1ttCTtf i DEKKBe Leading Specialists of America 3 20 YEARS IN OHIO 2500000VR- EDWCURE EMISSIONS toyoungcoca of thee nizhtly loner They Produce nervounei a celio ytnptoiniThey I life and soetal hnppmec matter a youthnatursiSew Method Treatment will positively euro run NOCURENOPAYfleader youXxpororeare not rife UII IUred Our New Method 2 wilt cure you You run co risk 250000 CURED 5 3 Tonnsr Man are pale feeble sal 1mcroo Irritable and ex pj mororeandstoopingformthe blight of your extstc- oeeWECUREYARICOCELERI I No mitttcr botr tenon your case may lie or huw you may hive hid it our IiEW MK1UlliJ TItEATMINT will ji pi totheirnourbhbuOMtuml druins or le cease and tastily towcr return o temporary I aeruredITlO7i NB tSAKY NO DETEN rr TION PUOil UUSINESS r GUARANTEEDI fi SEtitHALlEYLm CiONSULTATION CIIAIIQESMODERATE fr a omSTIOY BLANK for UOME TBEATiiEM e Z7t2SKENNEDYS KERGAN I 122 W FOURTH ST CiKCIHHATI O We Hvervc Them Cut The Price In Two Our Reduction Shoo Sale has just opened Wo are offering unmatched In Shoes for Men Women anti Children Never before were Shoes sold at such prices and The Best of Shoes To be had We are making room forour inunnnse stock of Hoots anti Shoes fur Fall an- dT1iinkofThese Winter 1 00 Mens Shoes going at 3 00 3 UOMensSiiotsguiugat 2 50 3 00 Ladie Shoes going at 2 25 2 CO Ladies Shoes going at 1 A large assortment of Ladies Oxfords just the kind every Lady wants At prices that will suit tire poorest Come early and get your pick Rich Goods atPoor Prices Freeman Bros RICHMOND KY auglly SDR CALDVIELLSN SEND ONE DOLLAR l TI weleChnumberluchetAkea over vest under oat close up under arm number inches around botIJ a Wallt and hips and teeth ot i leg Inside pants cram from m ki ck ntct u krI irate wbetber yoQawUh Ntir tcoat and color a DoIuS try It on at your upreu office and It you find It the made mort pljllh toanytidugyonitaUor molt wonderrot va you rerherd ot- pytbIprft ini IlilTOCIt ibzguIAT 1500 Lrttis tiIurteiS25UU fir are all nne CIIIM taller ii 4t HiMar maklnfforer 1000 suIt 4ny miami error creep In and corn mUflt suits income Ite and to keep our stock ve thall close them cat at OIK HAir rnlCI andleu Uian coil or cloth hone a big tat ia is These ultiweremade meaiure at 1500 to 1800 from fine Foreign and Domestic sU wool raastmerrs wontedc meltons and cheviot cloth In heat mediant Ins dark thade alto plain effects made In rery late t SC11f1wllhlll1e ilntngsand trtmmlnaicoati aCID piped sytiIiWeot luttyoa want went war ai u c7vr iBn rmaryou get it U a do not it ii to erety pnrpoM exactly the seine a U originally made to measure byes at tlloo uIIS 00 or by your own tailor at resin II at tr upes Order Isnt llalal Wit for tree Cloth Samples of mens tailoring uimseoro Roebuck Co Chicago Jun lUtbiek an ttsmtilr nlltite Ullan yV VJ FI7I I7fY1 li y w G B EJ5 We have just received a number of Ref rig erators Ice Boxes Water Coolers White 71 Mountain Ice Cream I1sk OT ack Perch Channel about bargains pocketbook wi Well we will see you later Call and see us L M1N 7iTvl- iliiULY1A1 I KS 1 MATI STRISET RICr1MCNi KY +++++ E+ ++jI 0ilc 1 2t l iY i nEPAIRINGANf TIMEINO PINE WATC SPECIALTY ESAll Work Guaranteed L E LANEIJEQVELER OPTIOL8N 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY XeXIx X IlIIBright Guo S at Bright Friess 1 Never before have such goods been displayed in Richmond 4 as can be found at my place of business riiRockers and in j 4facteverything to be found in a First 6 Ifa1because of PRICE i 7Youhavc horse sense Then dont be a don jIkey and go pay out SCO or ZO for a ma chine when you can buy one for half that price You can get a machine like the above cut with which we will give guaismtee for I 2 2D actt1 ZtO These machines will be sold for cash or monthly payments Any y thing to please our customers J t i Lt Come vv ac1 see k em l S 1 NEVILLE MOBERUY 220222 W Main Street 4 DAY PHONE S3 NiGHT PHONE 23 RICHMONDKYjj iI BEAUMONT COLLECE HARRODSBURO fSlrnnJlfl11WiUDt I ttUrciantliUeflned home Kumber limited Terms reasouable TH SMITH Pie Alumlnus of Uulr of Va jlyl28w A Treatment That Cures Cancer No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No Detention From Business No Danger No Failures and No Pay Unless Cured methollsheretoforothe advent of Registers Now Surnui and 0 ntcclI fluid treatment Thin GtlllllrIIIIIIIfUIlCrstorture attending the quack and ignorant methods in vogue for a century Over lifty well defined cases without a failure is the evidence to prove th merit of this important medical discovery This new treatment is the result of a thor ough scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on the most rigid scien tific principles FEMALE DISEASES prof1clenyinniiile su litters ills discoveries of recent Ilate for the euro of malignant diseases is due to the great Increase of cancer of the womb and await breast A welt equipped saiiiiarinm is employed by him at 100 Court street where his entiro time iti devoted to enmlo sulerors and malignant diseases If sutrering from ifany disease peculiar to women or any manner of malignant growth or sore pinionfeoDr OaT B r 106 Court Street Memphis Tenn SEND us ONE OCULAROillkU M t aid re4icIb SlUV u4 nUlKid M UliKT- ImEonirMM tttma tuOMt eoiui f brittle o PIoJ11tuBliailu YoKecaexamine II at 1r rreleht aeuot ami It ion lad cilwtly as rtvmtmte equal to organs thai yoerndrtthe freiil igens ur special ItO dsjs mite rlee 3175 1ealhtUOorUllrelgxa aU ftke StillJ iIim CUb a c iCCC med terser 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Exchange Peek Sew Turk crMiy rnIteozupen t In CMcatw arepplel of ltOrI entire NU nt K tokI4Cb aeva 4 employ lrtlIROplaltrl esli boiwmr Wa BUoniU HT 5tU u1t lIi reectre tu3Um3ten at toss wbtiIUI pttOss Writo for free td0t IIt1aJoo tnwtnMMl ttatlua A44n 1JoIio ar tJr l OIUOk CIte tWs DseeIneaaWettSts ltltOACO ILL 0 r i s ii TILo lb n I p Jitj i I SHOES TO LIVE IN shoes which feel comfortable under circumstances and yet wear longer titan the average footwear lathe kind wo are offering our cus tomers Every shoe in the lot is finished as Carefully jas the best custom boot maker would do it Made of excellent 4 material Uandsome and stylish and smooth as silk inside and we ate offering them at astonishingly low prices 4 4nA Dijwtos Tablets digest ywur food if your Flomnch can tint IItlrujJlbts sell thorn at 25 crjiteU box Large problems are mall silletl take many master minds WE HAVE A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT IN THE WAY OF A I Y Hf I BARGAIN IOUIT81 Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes and Slippers 2 3 and 4 Dollar Shoes for fiOc 75c and S 100 J Come Early And Get Your Choice Rt 3 ljSuccessors to Daac6 5 TUXee n n nL n n a rr rr NEW I t FALL STYLES FTicrbw ON SALEj Covington Mitchell 2 8 rctDyspepsia and prodof Tar in all cases of Hoarseness Sore Throat or difficulty of breathing Price 25 and 50 cents at Perry Thomas drug store aujrfMm The Joyless man robs others of joy H tIT1IN ULCI- L th a Is closing out at VT 1 UU TO QUIT imrnirooDU IILO 1 Everything must be sold in the next TWETY DAYSI We havo goods that are 4+ 444 + 4 seasonable rowjilso rori Fall Jina Winter Sup ply yourselves at once as these BARGAINS will not last 1011 b- One j Large Safe PtCitIT I ab1 f For sale Eemcmber everytliing at cost to Quit Business H TOEfiPdl Be Ctotbicr The Sfroer Tk Matter Tk Twiiskr t 0c+ J The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 189ft Dr Hobson Dentist Calltn and settle your subscription court day Call and see the new fall derby the latest thing in hats Covington Mitchell Poosey was visited Saturday by a hoary hail storm and great damage to crops resulted Look at the label on your paper and if your time has expired call and settle court day Gov Bradly has issued a proclama lion setting apart Monday September 11 as labor day We have received the new fall hats all styles Come and see them Covington Mitchell A beautiful Ciiickering piano wade of mahogany can be purchased from GWEvans Jr for f60 jnel4tf W A Wallace formerly of Paint Lick made an assignment at Paris last week to the Central Trust Company Thomas G Howard and Miss Prcvy Witt of Silver Creek were married at tho clerks office Thursday sow is the time to get you a new hat We have the correct things in both soft and stiff Covington it Mit chell Big picnic at Malory Springs Thursday This is the dosing ball of the season aud a large crowd is ex pected After Saturday night September 2 the It N I B special Saturday night service will be discontinued ang302t Mr E C Wines has purchased an interest in tho drug business of Doug las Wells the firm name now being EC VlneaCo A large number of Madison county people attended the Tates Creek Baptist Association at Mt Tabor Garrard county yesterday Lamplighter tho fastest greyhound in the world wilt run a onehalf mile race against a thoroughbred horse at the Nelson County Fair There will be a big picnic at Slate Lick Springs on next Saturday where dancing etc will be freely indulged in Everybody invited to attend All parties having claims against the Madison Fair Association urn requested to present same at once to W- It Letcher Treasurer for payment Mat S Cohen bought from Louis Neale and Jake White Friday a fire year old mare for 135 also from Stone Schobert of Versailles a fine mare for 225 Ed Wheeler and James Simpson who were tried in Squire Cottons court at Kirksville were fined O and ten days in jail for shooting on the public highway Mr T J Coyle of Berea wns here Monday in the interest of the Berea Fair which will be held September 21 and 22 The meeting promises to be the most successful ever held at that place On September 20th Messrs E C and E P Million executors of G B Million dccMwill sell a lot of person al property and also have several good farms for sale See ad elsewhere in this issue Northern Michigan extremely low rate excursion Queen Crescent and Pennsylvania lines Petoskoy Traverse City Mackinac August 31 September 2 and 6 good 30 days to return Ask ticket agent tor full particulars The Barlow Minstrels is the best minstrel attraction that has played here this season It is fun and enjoyment from start to finish nothing drnip and the singing is the best by bug odds that has been heard lately on the local etagePeoria Ill Journal See them at Opera House Saturday night September 2 WeH Shanks has the kind of a father all of us would like to have A deed is being recorded from Ml S H Shanks to hinrin consideration ot love and affection transferring the farm upon which Will lives of 453 acres and valued at 20000 Mr SbaniB not long ago gave Mrs T A Rice the Lackey farm of 368 acres valued at 19000 Messrs White and Bush have resumed control of their Opera House after having rented it for the past year to Mr Louis Blakeman Thes gentlemen propose to run this house ona higher scale than ever before iind cor dially invite the public to witness the numerous plays which will bij given there during the coming season Tho house wiUbo opened Saturday night September with the famous Barlow Minstrels Circuit Court The September term of Madison Cir cult Court convenes Mondaj The docket contains Commonwealth cases 47 ordinary 44 equity appear ances null 270 old qulty 4Aflacalago- For IUBCIOUS bananas ripe apples cold ice creaiiiBoda water fruah cakes nice candies tobacco anti cigars to to A IMnelle ucil door to old Iojft Oie- Rv4rant op + cI y and lIf c aoj i j Were the curtain of time to roll back and the performer of twentyfive years ago to appear on the scene what a revelation last nights performance would have been to him How he would have wondered at the simplicity of arrangements of his day and the magnificence of the drapery of the present day when a little burnt cork ana a banjo constituted a performer while now it requires all the present grandeur of a colossal attraction like the Barlow Minstrels to satisfy the public Every aggregation Las lie stars but nOire cast their rays brighter than do the Barlow Minstrels magnificent aggregation of star performers New Orleans Daily Picayune- At Opera House Saturday night Sep tember Annual Conference The annual Conference of the M E church south convenes at Carlisle today Revs G W Young and T S Hubert of this city will attend For Rent byMrsbe rented for remainder of this year possession given July 1st HKKNLEAK Assignee mySItf Henry Koehler Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky in vite correspondtnce with Mill men buyloplarDry or Green Write them nproCin Examination For Appointees to A and M College An examination for appointees to the normal department of the A and M College Lexington will be held in the office of the County Superintendent Saturday Boptember 9 Reward A reward of 10 is offered for imforma tion leading to the arrest and convic tion of the party or parties who have been shooting the partridges on the four mile road near the fair ground aug30lm MADISON GUN CLUB New Wall Paper House In Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful Hm ot wall papers and have Mr W L Leeds a skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms to suit all tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aug23tf Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer reports about 400 cattle on the market most of which were heifers and sold from 3 to 3c One lot 300Ib steers brought ICj good oxen 4c about 150 good moun tain ewes brought 1 good average mule colts horses 25 mares J3 Capt John D Peony Eaters In this issue Capt J D Feeny makes formal announcement ot his candidacy for Chief of Police Capt Feeny is well known to all of our people having been a member of the local force since 1870 aud if elected to this important trust wilt bring to the disclose of its honorous duties an un flinching courage and an incorruptible integrity nug23tf Recruits For The Philippines Lieut B M Shearer was in this city Friday to secure recruits for Philip pine services The following young men were examined nod accepted Jesse Kennedy Arthur B Jones and Thos Coyle Four others were exam- Ined but rejected The young men left Saturday for Columbus Ohio and will proceed from there to San Francisco thence to the Philippines An Imperishable Capital 1200 a year Realized From an investment el 65 or 90 For an Education The above statement has been made by hundreds of graduates of the Busi ness or the Shorlhand and Typewriting departments of the famous Commer cial College of Kentucky University and who are occupying fine positions For catalogue and full particulars ad dress only WIMJUR R SMITH Lexington Ky 15 90 to New York CIty And Return The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway FOR ELDERLY FEET Wo carry a lino of SHOES which are the embodiment of comfort While conforming to tho present styles they are roomy and easy The tonderest feet will not feel tho con fining leather Made in all sizes in Black and Russet Calf Goat etc Pliable but durable Quality excel 1lent Prices moderate will sell round trip tickets from Win chester to New York City and return at tho low rate of 15 00 Tickets on sale September 12 Sand 4 Good to return up to September 30th Stop over allowed at Washington For further information call at Phoenix Hotel and Depot Ticket Offices GEO W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky A Fins Gun Bfeplay There is not to be found in Richmond n more attractive show window than that of D B Shackelford Co ia which Is artistically arranged the fin est display of guns ever bronbt to this State This reliable firm realteisx the demand for firstclass guns Lam added to their stock until it is as complete aa can be found this side of CiEciBnatl Give them a call and examine their guns before going elsewhere SPECJNISc1 QUEENS CRESCENT ROUTEMaN Rates ti Iesw One fare plus 20ft round trip via Queen Crescent Route September 5 6 and 7 tiood 30 days Ask Ticket Agent for foil particulars of Jl1isexa ccptiflHaJJy ratew RIrAoic- Gcl lasIEt Cia t1Oiu t IQ lc f yjr Colored A M Fair Lexington Ky Sep lemfcer 1216 Ono fare for the round trip from all stations in Kentucky via tho Queen Crescent route for the above event Ask agents for particulars Farm Sold Mr Shelby Jett sold last week to Squire II It Wells his farm ot 212 aires situated near Doyltsyille for 5500Mr Jett also sold to Mrs Cassie Durham alarm oi about 00 acres for 2000 j possession to be given January 1900 Mr Jett will not leave Madi son if he can purchase another farm in the county Has Its Price The Evening Post is published to sell anti it is for sale to all on eqnal terms Louisville Post Honest confession is good for the soul But tell us how pinch the L N paid when it bought you the time you bolted Hardin and supported Brad ley how muchit paid you the time you bolted Bryan and supported McKinley and how much it is now pay ing you for fighting the Democratic ticket and supporting the bolter John Young Brown Jackson Hustler Mr T T Covlnglon Won The bird shoot was won by Mr T T Covington with all ease We are willing to put Mr Covington against any one arm shot in America no one ex cepted T T Covington 20 Dr VII Hobson 17 TJ Smith 14 Harvey Chenault 14 Dr II C Jasper 12 Schoolfield 10 J J Greenleaf 4 Hoods PillsDo not gripe nor Irritate the alimen tary canal They act gently yet promptly cleanse effectually and Give ComfortSold by all druggists 25 cents To bear misfortune calmly is to have a fortune To Throw Good Money Alter Bad Will bnt increase my pain If you lave thrown away money for medicines that did not and could not cure why should you not now begin taking Hoods Sarsaparilla the medicine that never disappoints Thousands of people who were in your condition and took Hoods Sarsapaiilla say it was the best investment they ever made for it brought them health Hoods Pills cure sick headache indi gestion The mOD who can give no reason for his opinions is thiS hardest to change Blotches and excrescences which so often annoy people are simply efforts of nature to throw off impediments to the proper performance of her duties Herbine wi a nsist nature in her work and ensure a skin clear and beautiful entirely free from all Imperfections Price 60 cents For sale by Perry Thomas druggists and labor go well enough to ether bnt the trouble is too many men are trying to get capital without labor Sal Blooi Cure Free Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Canter of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blond Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Blood end Skin Blem ishes Sn of la that resist other treatments are quickly cured by BB B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Rod or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally by B B B Botanic Blood Dalmlu one to five months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bot tie will test it In any case For sale bj druggists everywhere Large bottles 1six for5 Send for a free sample bottle which will he sent by return mail When you write describe toms and personal free medical advice will be given Address Blood Balm Cot 438 MiWiell street Atlanta Ga july2Glyr In the childs first efforts to walk do not despise the prophecy of the mans long stride- Like diamonds raindrops glisten Drops of Hoods Sarsaparilla are pre claUS jewels for the which glisten in use If there were more poeple with fewer wants there would be fewer with many wantsWhen a boy turns his bulging pocket Inside out we marvel at time quantity and variety of articles he has stowed Odd lengths ot string marbles a horeechesnut a top brass nails Jiickorynuts an apple and many more articles are garnered by this snaPPt1 up of unconsidered trifles We think the collection must be hard on a boy pocket And it is But do we ever think of the variety and miscellany ol the substances we put Into the pocket of our stomach Theres the npplei and the hutS and timings beside qnit as indigestible as brass naite and will no more food value than so many mar bles And yet we wonder that tin stomach gives ont When tin stomach breaks down under the strait of careless eating and irregular meal it can be perfectly and permanently stored to health and strength by tht use of Doctor Pierces Gulden Medica Discovery The action of this medidm on the stomach and other owns of di gestion and nutrition is so marked thin relief from disease is at once experj enreil and the liemlachee liver trnn Wee1 kidney disorders gkiu eruption and other symptoms of a disease Blomttch are quickly Whpneve the use of a laxative BMxHciaa is ir dfcatcd use Dr Pfefcas Pleasant Pu lt8111PR aocuwu- tiem t n t lJ 7 SIZZLING fiST I TftE BusyBee Cash Stores Great Clear= ance Sale Boys Clothing Mothers to Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children 19c per pair Childrens Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and double seat all colors worth 75c per pair are 4yours in this sale for 39c Boys 125 and f 100 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Reefer styles neat and serviceable ages 3 to 14 the price in this clearance sale only 89c TBB B UNMAT LEARAN B ALB Mens Hood Cawimere Suits well made in brown blue jhoMens Fine Allwool Suits choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds scotches and clays every suit in the lot worth slut sold from fjtlJ8Mens Extra Fine Dress Suits perfect tailored which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a T You can mako your unrestrict ed selection from several hundred of these fashion able tailormade garments worth from 14 to 10 C they go in this sale at 848 Fine Jacquads and fancy in wool Fine Former price 85c per yard bo in this 46c Special Sale Underwear Car greatestbargainsan in the entire left this must be far givoaaDont fail to this MillsCamletyour CASH come for and for this CASH to rootn cash to buy goods with OLDHAM COMPANY = AND The Rev W B Costley or Stock bridge Ga while attending to his pastoral duties at Ellenwood that Slate was attacked by cholera morbus Ho says By chance happened to got hold of bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy and I it was the means of saving my It relieved me at once For by Perry Thomas druggists aug2lm In good hotels are erected by the communities in places whero it is thought tourists would to What Not to Say Do not say I cant eat Take Hoods Sarsaparilla and say I am hungry all the time and food never hurts me Never say to your friends that you as in the morning as at night If they happen be sharp they will tell vou cures that tired feeling Do not My face is full of pim plea You are likely to be told by some one Theres no need of that for Hoods cures pimple- sIt is improper and unnecessary to say My health poor and my blood is bad Hoods Sarsaparilla will give you good blood uii health follow as natural consequence anj 2lm II Meis and Boys S Shirts j S UiflerwearIssiery 7aui Crash 4 4 44 + About month ago my child which is fifteen mouths old hall an of diarrhoea accompanied by I gave It such remedies as are usually given in such cases but as nothing gave relief we sent for physician was under his care for At time the child been sick for about ton days and was having about twentyfive operations of the bowels twelve hours and we were convinced that unless it soon obtained re lief it would not live Chamberlains Cliolir Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended I decided to try it soon noticed change foi the better by its continued use a complete cure was brought about and It is now perfectly healthy Q Bopcs Stumptown Gilmer county V Va For by Perry Thomas druggists aug2lm The crooked horse race is the lack of straightness in the human race The Best Remedy For Flux Mr John Mathias a well know dealer of InlasM 1says After suffering for over week with flux and my physician having to re hove me I was advised to Cham DiarrhoealRemedone me For sale by Perry Thomas aug2Iin is wild with excitement at the LOW PRICES for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods All our previous offers that have convulsed the people are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods Wash Goods Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit en tirely ignored No wonder disgruntled competi tion stands aghast The BARGAINS we are dishing out stand unequalled unmatched and incomparable That Will Make Wild Buy BABLB Negligee Boys S2 and 250 Knee Pant Suits go at 149 Our 350450and500 Knee Pant Suits go in tide sale at 269 all stvles Cream of the Stock Big Boys Long Pants Cassimere worth 300 and 400 will disappear in this clearance sale at S19S Big Boys 7 8 I and 10 Long Pant Suits choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots Scotches unfinished worsteds etc Take your and fit in sale at 498 CHANCES 44 ARB M NBY A VBR 1 MI Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes ateper and roolRussiaSuch Sacrifices as These in Dry loads Allwool 36inch wide Serges Hcnirettas cheviot effects novelties SocflOrgandies that were 25c and 3Sc yard are now 12Kc in this sale Wash goods of all kinds cut half Into Mens Suspenders mo hair ends worth 25c per pair are lOc in this sale One lot of Slippers for ladles In sizes 2 34 and some 8s that were Q 1 atSOcperpairPoplins many weaves all double width Dress Goods 75 c and will slaughtered sale at per yard Nothing reserved Clearance saving on Ladies Readymade White Lathes Readymade Drew Skirts Not article big store untouched sale reaching a clean sweeping mill a great our loss attend sale Bring along when you these bargains and save time a refusal of credit is a CLEARANCE SALE itake and net fall Very Respectfully WIII RICHMOND MT STERLING GEORGETOWN I a and think life Sweden like tarry are tired to Hoods Sarsaparilla say quite Sarsaparilla is good will a 7Zir a attack vomiting a and- it a week this had every and and I a L sale result of a stock n failed DICHMOND The 00 Suits pick this per No one knows the unbearable torture the peculiar and agonizing pain caused by Piles unless they havo suffered from them Many believe thorn incur able This IP a mistake Proper treat ment will cure them fablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is an Infallible cure Price 50 cents in bottlos tubes 75 cents at Perry Thomas drug store aug2lin A sense of appropriateness in attire is more desirable than riches To Cleanse The System Effectually vet when costive or bilious to permanently overcome ha hltual constipation to awaken tho kith neys and liver to a healthy activity without irritating or weakening them to dispel headaches colds or fevers nso Syrup of Figs made by tho Cali forum Fig Syrup Co When the devil hears the preacher announce the usual service he goes to sleep Where the digestion is good and the general powers of the system in a heal thy state worms can tind no habitation in tho human body Whites Cream Vermifuge not oifr destroys every worm but corrects all derangements of the digestive organs Price 25 cents Sold by Perry A Thomas druggists ang2 1m EVERY THING GOES = ri Ballards Snow Liniment gives in r stant relief in cases of llluoiling hunsj ii Bruises fccililB Cuts ole Price 50 cents at Porry Thomas drug store aug2l m j ffjustTetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Bye and Skin Ointment Many very bnd Tnsea have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for soro nipples Li blkIaro just what a horso needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and i vermifuge They aro not food bnt medicine and the best in use to put n horso in primo condition Price 25 7onts per package The man who never makes a mistake never makes anything else Herbine is well adapted to he cure nf fevers of nil kinds because thoroughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious humors arid expols all impure secretions of the body Price 50 cuntx For Sale by Perry Thomas druggists augtMm fytyvj omseooLadies Missese t G 7 e and Childrens J0 Slippers aLItQ Sandals in 0 rPatent Leather e and e DongolaQ tv S 0 4 a f Our MidSummer Sale will go for Ten 10 days Everything in the way x of Summer Goods are going at a great reduction j COME IN WITH THE TIDE00 This is one of the many opportunities that present itself only once in a fseason DONT MISS IT 71 i 4= f P t 1 DOULAS BRIGIfT 81CO BOPTS hOES SIxaS URMSI1GS J e cI+++++ + +4 + I +++++++ ++ IE j i Ii ii a u IU t trt juii 7L t c I Ii iAV IU t j f J Ii T tTE i T rw It rJi j r id llU IT Pti J LjfjheRi bmo Climax IPruprtdori dEdltors 1 C e WOODS Xsjocbre Editor 1 99IUI1I8UXDZVEUY WKlINIWIDAY flY Tho Climax Printing Co ruicis risu YJSAK 150 1 j DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR OOVEKKim 5 t lION WLLLIAM GOEBEL COUNTYIFOll MKUTKNANT QOVKUNOlt J C W 1IECKAM- OF NKLSON COUSTYG 1lonATTOlllftSY OHNKItAL 1 UJJ1RlmKINJUDm OF JIOYLK OUNTY iFOItAUlYlTOK GUS COUITELn COUNTYIt ii FOR JIEASU8EI S W HAGEH IOFIJOYJ COUNTY STATtt OF CI1AYt1 COUNTYr FOll COMMIS8IONKK OP AGKIOULTUKB I N NALL OF JKKPKKSON COUNTY FOR SUIT OF purLia i8rucrrxONaH V OF 11VINOTON COUNTY FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER on lUST COL A W HAMILTON OP MT sTEIILINOc Foil KKIKKSKNTATIVK lION W W COMBS MADISON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT ron oooxkY JUDGE i Wo are authorized to announce JUDGE JOhN 0 CHKNAULT a candidate for County JudKe snbject to tbe action of the Democratic pl1 FOR CLEBK We are authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUQI1 DOTY iCountY Clerk sucject to the action of the Democratic Party e are authorized to announce C M RAY BlftlN a candidate for C unty Clerk subject to tbe action of the Democratic Party We am authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party cMiLLEaacandidateJed trfthe action tt the Democratic patty FOR S11KRIFF Wo are authorized to announce JOHN F VAUBR8 a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the nctIon of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W of White Station a candidate for the action of the Democratic jIILIAlm aetbOrlzed to announce MARTIN a candidate for Sheriff of Madison oeunty mib ct to the action of the Democratic- I party Weare authorized to announce P B BROAD DUB a candidate forlSherUf fit Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to tie action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L ItAKKItacanilldnte for ARxessor of Madison icIftlIItyIctcystic IattyhWt NOIANI a candidate fur Assessor of Madison voiinty Hubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G W DttATHKKACK a candidate for Axxesmr of Maillnou county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are anUioriie1 to anuonnce BUD DUNN of the llAde District a candidate for Assessor tu jool to the acton of the Democratic party h FOR JAILER W are authorized to announce JAMES C LAOKKY a eandhlatc for Jailer of Madison OKI lily 1Kt1tec1 to the action of the Democratic party We arMintliorited to announce PETER G 1AimiHII a caudidatc for Jailer of Madison owHnly irhj9ot to the action of the Democratic party jTic ar authorized to announce JACK ROSS aeandidate for Jailor of Madison county for aI tofui only subject to the action of the tnnuuuratic partytoiiiui op POLICE WeaR aathorkiSl to announce EVERETT I BRURY for Chief of Police for the City of KfateMiiul subject to tile action of the Demo J cratic party We aTe author oll to announce 111 ALL MAN a eandidatu for Cklef of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized ta announce J D 1EENYta candidate for the office of Chief of Richmond Ky subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR We are authorized to announce CHARLES J A CO IM oUr leading tailor a candidate for Councilman in the Court House Precinct sub 4sectto the action of the Democratic party t CBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY f I Its Needless To Tell You To buy where you can do the bestyou are going to do that All we can say is LOOK OVER OUR LINES Tho values hero aro real Tho varieties hero aro bigger and 1hrighterthan any where else Tho prices are farr for everything t to everybedy JITSNOT LUCK that gathers thi5 group of House Furnishings Its Iauappreciation of 3Tour tojlook at meager assort ments is a loss to the buyer and so have collect ed in the Largest Store in the South the Biggest Y Best and Fairest Priced line of Carpets Curtains JJMantels Wall Paper i Furniture and China you can hope to see anywhere OUR mOTTOWe Must beJFirst Yon Will be a Welctme Visitor 1 CiF1BroerCo1- I MAIN AND BR0DWAYh LEXINGTQN JyjeIi ty r I 4 Mn JESSE Don of Garrard county has announced for the Democratic nomination for Legislature He Is re lated to the Duty family in this county TilE Campion Uncle a bright newsy paper edited by W Preston Norris has made its nppeannce If Mr Norris continues to make his paper as at tractive as the first issue success will crown his efforts lION RODEnT HILL of Benttyville has announcadas n candidate for State Senator subject to tho action of the Re publican party Tho district is com posed of the counties of Powell Lee Estill and Madison Hox JAMES B MCCREARY of this c m isanelectinvitations to be present with Senator oebel and exSenator Blackburn at Danville Fair Friday where the last named are booked to speak OLD Phil Thompson old Matt Adams old Torn Turner old Judge Beck or and other old 9iaa boensmake up a sweet lot to purify politics Everyone of them is dead politically but they want to tread tho stage again before being buried forever Stanford Jour nal HON JAMES B McCnEARY mado a Democratic speech here Mon day Ho showed up the Republican mismanagement of State affairs in their tme light and urged Democrats nut to be led off by any side issues to ll the Republicans in ngdiu securing control of the State administration Hey spoke for an hour and a half to a largo audience who were heartily in sympathy with him Nicbolasville Demo uitJ T HAYS a young lawyer late of Barbourvillc spoke and created a sensation by asserting that just before John Young Browns term expired he pardoned a Bell county man named Brafford serving a sentence for howl cide On beinfr released Braffordwent to Brown and after thanking him for pardoning him asked if ho could do anything to repay him in a measure Yes said Gov Brown go home and vote for Col W 0 Bradley Bralford had been a Democrat before going to the penitentiary and gave this as the reason for his vote This con firmation of Browns perfidy set the wild and It yelled itself hoarse HOW REPUBLICANS GATHER TAXES Referring to Mr Taylors claim that the Republicans had made large collections of franchise taxes Senator Goebel in his speech at Elizabethtown showed that franchise taxation was established by the new Constitution adopted by a Democratic constitutional assembly that the statute under which the taxes are collected was passed by a Democratic Legislature that he himself happen to have written the law and that the necessary litigation to enforce it was pushed through by Jack Ilend rickt Democratic Attorney General The Republican party had no hand n any of it said Senator Goebel the Democratic and not the Republi can party which deserves credit for it Dont forget in this connection that there has been a reduction In railroad valuation of 12000000 under this Ad ministration Thats Republican tax gathering for you And onehalf of the taxes on this 12000000 would have gone to the school fund AS TO BROWNS BOLT IN 1860 At this very hour by that watch said he pointing to his timepiece on the table John Young Brown is standing on a platform in Bowling reen trying to convince his hearers hat John C Breckinridgc and not Douglas was the bolter Lot me recall a little history Charleston was the meeting place of the Democratic convention in I860 Breckiiiridges name was never mentioned in that convention The Douglas people captured the temporary organization and elected as temporary chairman General Thompson Flournoy of Arkansas whose wife was my sister However they failed to capture the permanent organization and Caleb Cushing of Massachusetts was made permanent chairman He was not a Douglas man The conven tion had more trouble than our recent convention at Louisville It lasted from the 23d day ot April to the 31 day of May Then it took a recess to meet May 18 at Baltimore The two conven floss were held One nominated Douglas and the other nominated Breckinridge But the chairman of the convention which nominated Breckin e r regularlylectedhis corporals guard to defeat Breckin ridjtejust as he is now trying to defeat Goebel Douglas carried one Southern State Missouri Breckinridge carried all the restBlackburn at Elizabeth town BEFORE AND AFTER TAKING Winchester Democrat John Young Brown who proposes to purify the Democratic party by turn ing the State of Kentucky over to the lusts of Taylor Deboe Hunter and Hanna affords a good illustration of the old picture before and after taking A few weeks before the Stato Convention met in Louisville Newton Frazier of Shelby county and State Senator from his district was in Louisville and called to sea Governor Brown He says that Brown brought up the subject of State politics and speaking very deliberately paid Senator Goebel the compliment we produce below un der the heading Before After Brown had taken several doses of L N cordial administered by such eminent free silver physicians as our own Dr Beckner Montgomerys beloved Dr Apperson the famous Dr Breckin ride the infamous Dr Knott of the Louisville Post Dr Basil Duke of L N fame and other kindred natives he in his speech at Lexington paid his respects to Senator Goebel in the choice language which is produced below un der the beading II After BEFORE sayInQoebel that what be tells you you can ab solutely rely on If promisesleep but you will have thti assurance that be will neither forget nor neglect it but I cant say that about some Of the others AFTZR Now I s y that tha nomination of Mr fraudulent wIllldveCon if you will give me two more officers and he gayi all right andhebut I will see you di haabeensince1 What caused this change in Brnwns estimate of Goebel Will any fair miniliui honest voter believe the change was caused by nnythln Goobel lint done sltiea Brown praised him to Sena tor Frezler Tn view of Browns subse fluent conduct wont tho lum tpeIof the State attribute Juts change of heart to the allpotent L N cordial vlunnistored by such seductive and ex l rhi ia as those MVe k = 4u1 PERSONAL Mr E of Irvine was hero M biondayMiss Lizzie Turley Is visiting in Bourbon countyLMiss Mattie Richards ef is v the Misses Lackey grDrto his mother in Mason conty Mrs J M Bentonoi Winchester is the guest of Mrs Curran Smith Hon Jerry II Sullivan is at homo after a delightful visit ia the East Mr B W Sturdevant left Monday for a business trip to Jl tington WV foaMIss Estelie Poyntz of MU Sterling tho of her aunt Mrs T H inartMrs Harry Scrivener and little son of Winchester are visiting relatives hereMiss Mattio Moss of Virginia was tho guest last week of Mrs Joe BalesMiss Lena Fresher of Lawroncebmg is the guest of her sister Mrs Cal Emma No ris of Cincinnati is with Mrs Fannie Norris on North- street Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville is visiting her grandmother Mrs M J Arnold f Ifromhealth Mrs B L Middelton is in Shelby ule visiting her parents Mr and Mrsb D N SharpoMrs A J Arnold is entertaining Mrs John Arnold and Miss Jennie Arnold of Lancaster Mrs W R Letcher of Cincinnati is with her mother Mrs Anpe Walters on the Campus Mrs Bettie A Robertson of Logana is the guest of Mr and Mrs Stewart Jones this wee- kMrsTWDavlaand sons of ilbehlevihleon Second streetCMiss from a pleasant visit to Madam Jlamil ton at Augusta Ky Mrs M T Evans left last week for an extended visit to friends and reinit lives in Kansas City Mrs McGinn of Versailles is with her daughters Mrs John R Pates and Mrs Grant E Lilly Mrs Lamars and charming daughter Miss Eva will leave soon for an extended visit in Pennsylvania Misses Nora and Bessie Bnckwatcr of Winchester were the guest Monday of Miss Cnrraleen Smith t Lthea lyuntMr and Mrs Clarence E Woods and littlo daughter Mamio Miller are enjoying a pleasant outingat Boonesboro Misses Margaret and Florrie Cliennult are at home after a sojourn of several weeks at Rockbridge Alum Springs VsthMisses Lyda Wall and Maymo Do Vere of Newport are here the guests of Mrs J J Powers and aunt of the latter Mr V W Bush of Winchester en route to Estill Springs topped in Rich mond and was the guest of Mr R E Little Thursday Miss Lizzie Barrett and Mrs A Wilkes Smith are at home from a visit to Mrs Gellespie at Lowell Garrerd county Misses Jennie and Mary Height of Stanford and Miss Danuio Merriott ofIKirks vII Ie are the guests of Miss t tlMrlittle daughter Elizabeth Gentry wl1lI leave today for a two weeks outing in Estlll county Mrs Rosa Jarman of Lexington returned to her home Monday after a visit to her father Capt P P Ballard on Third streetoMrs Little and Mrs Lynn of Rich mond sisters of the late Col Stonerare visiting Mrs R G Stoner at Oakland Paris Kentuckian Mr Cyrus Dauglas of the firm of Douglas Bright Company is in Bloomington Illinois the guest of his brother Mr John Douglas James Wallace and Tom West of Irvine wero in Richmond Wednesday and attended the performance of the Hart Laugh King CompanywMrs Mollie Atkins of Kansas City Mo accompanied by her daughter Miss Laura are visiting her undo Mr Henry B Dillingham on West Main street Mr W H Webbof Louis v ill e buyer for the Louisville Packing Company spent Saturday with his brotlierInlaw Hon J Tevis Cobb at the Henderson HonBeIMiss Rachel Lillard of Lawrencebnrg and Jennifl Arnold of Lancaster who bavebeen visiting Miss Alice ArnoldI on High street returned home last Monday Misses T T Walsh Loretta Silva Freda and Madeleine De Tere of New port Ky have returned home aftor a pleasant visit to Mrs J J Powers of this city Mrs Mat Cohen and daughter of Richmond und Mrs J A Cohen of Versailles who are staying at Crab Oichard Springs wero here yesterday Stanford Journal Major J T Estill is dangerously ill at his home in the county His two daughters Mrs John Cunningham and Mrs Laura Estill Frances of Bourbon are at his bedside Dr H C Jasper and his motherin law Mrs Gaines left last week to visit relatives in Boono county Mrs Gaines expects to remain some time in company with Mrs Jasper and little son who are there Thedoctor returned Sunday Mr David G Martin and bride neo Mhs Temple C Oldhani Were guests last week of Mrs J C Chonault and family Mrs Martins friends and they are legion were all glad to wel come her back to her old home aOnVaughn left for Phoenix Arizona He said he did not know when he would return to Kentucky Even his friends dont expect him to got back SlerMrs B R Chandler of Waco Texas has returned to hor home after a de Jlgbtful visit to Mrs G M Wilging whom she hadnt seon for twentyfive years Mrs Chandler Is the wifo ofc Mr B R Chandler whom some of the exconfederates will remember as mess iflJeTCasey M Owsley OBCO one of the bright and shirilHg li tsat IbeLau ca tgivwQ j wpwfeii so very ill tie ir1ii I Ir e1risto spend The winter accompanied by s brother William Goose wb 9pent tlfahL antI winter of lsiJs in tbit- titiitrying to improve his healthr ancaster Record Mrs D1 Lackey received a tele am Sunday night announcing the of her halfsister Mrs Kate tioodloo Deyalcourtj ofBpinal ineii iogetis She and nieccj Miss Katbri IeV Craig had been at White Sulphur Springs atwhich place she dled elcce July 1st Her remains were taken to hor home by her two surviving sons Bruns and A Goodloe DeValcourt r burial Lancaster Record Mr and Mrs C DChonault received the following handsomely engraved vitationMr Mrs Charles Howard Voorhles request the honor ot your presence at the marriage of their daughtersLily Duncan to ArlhurJoDraperi seventh eighteen hundred and ninetynine High Noon Christ Church Cathedral Lexington Kentucky Mr CoS Mahargof TorrontaCanada with his cousin J A Graham general iiuperintendent of the FawkoMegan Lumber Company of Irvine were in Richmond Saturday The name Ma harg being new to us we apologised for not beirg able to recall same whereupon Mr Garham said It is my name you will spell it backwards We oubt not but that it is the only inMstance in the Slate where the letters in the names of two first cousins with dif rent names wiltspell the names of theo ther without misplacing a letter Mrs John M Price and daughter Miss rAin of Atchison Kansas who have been visiting in Irvine for several weeks stopped over in Richmond on their return home and were guests of relatives and friends Mrs Price who formerly lived in Madison is widely connected here being related to the Dejarnetts Mrs Elihu Billing hamW W Watts Mr Pried who ied recently was one of the wealthiest most influential men in Kansas ity He was a native of Irvine Ky where ho has numerous relatives lIe was closely related to the Prices and Daniels of that place and also has relatives here among them being Messrs D and C D Miller of this office Miss Mary Sullivan after a visit of several days to relative in this city returned to her home in Richmond Sa- turdayMrs John G Davis and daughter of Havana Cuba have gone to Richmond to visit her mother Mrs Bronston after spending a week here with ber sister Mrs Will D Oldham Miss Mary SLough entertained last evening in honor of her attractive guest Miss Elizabeth B Feeny offl The house was elaborate decorated and ices and cakes were se rved during the evening on prettily adorned tables in the dinning rooms The young hostess was assisted by Miss Johnnie B Richardson and both wore much admired for their beauty and grace Lexington Loader Chancellor Blantou was hero again is week overlooking at th fiiocschool on September 5G W Evans of Richmond Ky a son of Dr Evans who is well known in Jackson was hero the past week on btisinesaAV C Hutchinson carpenter of Richmond Ky was here the past week engagedE on carpenter work in the new department of the college Hutch is an an all round marl and a Splendid fellow Shelby Jett of Doylesville Madison county but a native and for mer resident of Breathitt was a guest t the Arlington the first of the week re is a strong supporter of the Goebel ticket and assured us that the reported disaffection in Madison is groundless The situation in Madison is in finer said he He further said For the life of me I cannot tell why th prcrats Of Course that is just what t afT R pepublicanHustler RELIGIOUS Rev W R Lloyd will beglna t hractednext Sunday Key L L Kyle has accepted call from tho Vlncy Fork church at Speed ell Madison county Nlcholasvillo D emocrataDEATHS LirscpMB Flade tho infant son tfMr FJ Xipscomb died in this city Sunday of cholera infantum Burial in Clark county Monday DOZZER At thft home of his mother lnMr Geo O Dozier of consumption aged 31 years Deceased was a resi oentImonthsed the disease which causued his death He was connected forseveral years with the Madison Monumental Works and later with the Marble firm of Jackson t Golden The funeralL services took place at the his mother yesterday at 10 oclock after which tho remains were brought to this city and buried with Masonic honors beside Ills wife who died some eight months ago lie leaves one child his mother two sisters and two broth= ers all living in Lexington 34 LOCAL J A Grand Success f The ice cream supper givetfat Tales Creek schoolhouse last Saturynigiilt was a success in every sense of the word The supper which was for ihe benefit of the Sunday School was giver by Miss Belle Million and friends These young ladies deserve great credit and the highest of praise for their un tirinR efforts in behalf of their church and the great interest they takeIn suet work Five hundred people enjoyed the festival and the net proceeds to 70 52- Manlricent MinstrelssThis date for the great Barlow mag nificent Minstrels at the WJiiteBusls Opera House is definitely fixed for pitturdaySejtemberis without exception the finest of the kind now traveling It is especially cfflcient in the comedy element but Its superiority musically has gained Lot Iho organization the title of magnlfi ent It contains nearly a score of ipxcellcnt vocalists many of the voiles c jeing phcnomeiia while its orchestra undoubtCflly the best over scan wjth minstrel company The features this feeason life the next President of Mln s iMrelsy Iliirry Ward and Coburua ld t IaIlhllli iortjste jlJ f i ii i A little Sparfc May r wI J FMake Much Wbrki Spvteof1Kcjfturlinihe Hoods Sarsapara Americas great blood purifier B purifies vitalizes and enriches t Mood foth sexes and ail Cures s locrofvtaaJua allJ h Barbecue at inNiciiolaiHefashioned Dehiocratit barbecue ffhej bldecidc1l1th3thave a good oldfashioned DemiYtipbarbecue Nothing ttled besides this but it is more than probable that Mr Bryan of Nebraskai Mr BaiIy oThXaSan a number ofth other good speakers of national renown will be present This bnrbccue will not be a purely local affair but will be for the whole Eighth districtnTwo Madison Horses ShoW In the 225 trot at Des Moines Iowa two Madison couutymllions were well represented by Carrie Shields sired by hilnxhaDmark ably fast time The former in 2161 and the latter taking the first in 218J Legal Tst is owned by r B H JJeale he being sired bytbe great Electioneer the sire of many holders Haxball 2J9J is- wned by Mrs Wm Gqrmley this ityand holds pedigree of indisputable character Pitched Battle at McKee The following telegram from London was published in Mondays lexington Leafier News recpived here confirms tho re i thugsons on one side and State Senator William H Clark and Sherman Led 10IThere has been bitter feeling of long standing between the two families which live mostly in Jackson county New Confidence GamePA new confidence game being worked on country people by three swindlers says tho Winchester Demo c rat A stranger comes to a farm house and asks for lodging and along about midnight a man and woman como to tho statue house hunting a preacher to marry them The first stranger happens to be a minister of course and p erforms the ccremon and tho far liiercertificate wjiich afterwards turns up a promissary note for comfortable sum Tho swindle is an ingenious and farmers would do well to keep it in mind Stone sinessArticles of incorporation the Stone Tobacco Warehousp Company wore led in the County Clerks ollico in Louisville Saturday Tho capital stock is 20000 The Evening Post says The Incorporators and the amount held by each are William II Stone 50 shares James C Stone 50 Samuel II Stone 50 sharps ugene M Lu Conintc shares Tho new compaby starts in businessh September The nature of neSs to be transacted shall be warehousing anti selling leaf tobacco in cluding storing insuring sampling handling and selling tobacco to others Wills Must be Stamped Tho Government complains that there has been much evasion ot the law requiring wills to bo tamped In addition to tho usual stamp on all legal documents the law rovides that where the personalty of deceased exceeds 10000 it shall be taxed 75 cents for each 100 above that Where tho personalLy amounts 20000 the tax is doubled and in hike- roportion with the increase The tax f locating the indebtedness is no small ono because most wilts specify the personality without residue particularizing In such cases the beneficiaries and executors are to be called on to disclose the extent of the personality whichs as come into their possession Accidentally Killed by ncr Brother Miss Maggie Hudson the sixteen yearold daughter of Sam Hudson aI carpenter living on Prathor Row was accidentally shot and killed by her brother William Hudson Wednesday The children had been playing when William concluding to go hunting went up stairs to get his rifle In coming down stairs the weapon in some mautier was accidentally discharged the ball taking effect in the neck of his sister Maggie who had playfully fol- owed him She died in about twenty minutes Tho boy gave himself up to Policeman Alman but vaS released evidence adduced at the Coroners inquest The accident has almost crazed the brother who did the shoote ing and the girls parentasWhat Kindergarten Teaches The kindergarten is based on thea JhHusophrof life and time laws arid growth of childmind Psychology reveals the fact that the creator huts teen of it to delelop mind in all classes of society by tIre same laws The mind ot the prince and tho pauper unfold Hi obedience to the samo divine laws which if violated jn either caso must inevitably result in evil Though the methods may differ somewhat accord ing to environment the principle is thesame for all classes At so early an ago as three or four years the child is making his Loizin ningl1lnscionce mathematics manual training physical culture music art literature and religions In true kin dergarten the child is encouraged In lils natural interest to observe plants and how they growsthe number of petals and colors of flowers the shape and arrangement of leaves on the stern the protection distribution and uses of different seeds and fruits the food homes aiid habits of animals the source and uses of sand clay stones metala and minerals the moqiij sun tars and clouds the effect of rain frost wind etc As soon as he clearljr c observes nfpy of the facts lIieyiare x pressed and tested in the form of a lay This is simply truly butiis it fWscfThe childs attention is drawn to simple beauty in nature anti he r cprds fhis impressions with colored crayons tjharcoal clay colored papers waiter t k clementtlrYnrtIcops 0 and Bntisfios his cravings for it The child is given lfnty ft on e8 legijuds and sliest roejiu and hml 1110 b of liia itorturthleieears iDatrumeutafuf 1 3 which aHbis lUoveJ cnts- l1arklfthe difreronwhytliros amlex nresscshisIpeIi gs in Bimpld hildrlike songs He thus initiated iutb the beantie of music Mo unconsciously addsjssulitracls and multipHeSjVvitli KlsAbI6ck divides anil up of halves thuds and fourths Thus he is on the road to mathematical education He constructs objects of tin wood ather and hemp or models in clav is started in manual training He a ahorseworks as n carpenter or blacksmith an begunHo ul care and provWencc backofnatunvnmMiis faith is led to the unseen creator mani tepIPassing ijt Agricultural Farms rTiiasubjoiheddgo Daily News which was sent to the LIMAX by one of Madisons mbst rresslvefsrtheriisitouhl receive thee attention of those interested in success fulfaire The facts in tliTsartlcle ccliJnot bo disputed Notices ofan elaborate1 display at corning agricultural fair of Illinois would lead one to conclude that ito pretenlethaton to agriculture hut is a sort Qf car ivahsuch as ia held at Mardi Gras in some of tIme southern cities For a good many years the decadence of displays of tho products of farm and fi has been going on ntitil only euough remains lie it to give the direc tion of these annual shows into the agriculturehichimportance other than na far l1ers Ono of the first and most serious innovations on the prerogatives of the agricultural lair proper was the liorse raciiig features which absorbed much of tho funds that should have been de voted to premiums for excellence of rural work and products of the farmsIt was not long before the fast and time faster man became the leading attractions of the Slate fair and of course time purpose of the exhibition mUJorityoC nOlIkeptexhibits sot the for the county shows and these became in time there sorts of local jockeys and the riffraff at follows them The big punkin nrnl no squash attracted a few men piecesillthe chief attraction was the race course and its environs t imivitedhisprophet pageant that ia under the di rection of a man whose qualifications tllhatfornnuni street pageants in St Louis and presumably lie will introduce the paraphernalia that have reached their l l tbobridgehierewhhl 1 person ovary farmer is anxious to see- sa from her he can learn much about the culture of the care of orchards and stock What a travesty upon an agri prowiie5how andhoposslhlotheStuteUNION CITYh naptislchnrohxteen additions Miss Florence Lykins of Waco has returned homo after a pleasant Visit with Miss Lizzie1 East Speedwell11Mwith friends aunt relatives here Rlchmondhasbcenthe Esther Sultoil for the past week Maggieiggformer brother Mr Oscar Parke Ereemanhaveafter a delightful visit with friends and relatives indeepinfant son Time entire community ex bere3vctlfamilMiss Nannie Low Walden of Win withfriendSunday escorted by Mr Will White of Athens Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for nuv Cast of Catarrh that can not bo lmred by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0 knownFnilbusinllSsable to carry out any obligations mado by their firm DruggistsTolcdqWATLDIXG KINNAN MARVIN Whole ale Iruggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood flystemPricegists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best aug2lm alB oflersoaaltf PUlllIoneased wilt o- nY7ednesday September 20 99 Beginning at 10 oclock am at said deced nts late residence In Madison county Ky on tho Richmond and Lexington turnpike near bestfddersheepogstcTERMSThe foregoing property will be old for cash for all sums Ot11l and less Sums over 10 the purchaser wilt be required to give note with good security payable January soldtfarms tor sale privately EC MILLION B P MILLION aug30lw Exec- utorsSTRAYED daysinceIon will be thankfully received OW WHITE JR aANOTHER hardtobrenkJCROCKERY apGLASSWARE i inrrivcdnud the wise housekeeper chL not miss the opportunity to buy SPtwoofThis Is Quebnsware worthy of tllof lame It i high quality clean through Dortt these priccsQ hmc1aWelJtl- UO i dzfUlUVpcrdoz 1De etcsV a t i t tJ i For SaleI harothlrty acres of standing corn for sale Purchaser can teed same on farm For further particulars call on or address 7 i OEO DEATHBRAGE- ancSJ3w Red House K- yPUBLICSALE As agent and attorney In fact for the heirs at law of Terry O died I will on Way Septate 15r beginnlne at 10 oclock a msell on the prem toes at public auctlonlto the highest bidder he following 01 belonging to said- ecedent 1st The tract on the waters of Stony Branch of Tales Creek containing 89 SIIOO acres be part of thejfarm where said Perkins form rly resided andsdjacent to lands of Mrs Perkins dower of Ed Baldwin Mrs Oong and Beckey Kelly and now occupied by UJones 2d The tract on Tanners branch being the Sonthennost portion of Terry Q Perkins deed containing 92 acres adjacent to the of Elbridge Harvey I Perkins and thers and having outlets to the county road but excluding from this boundary acres of oodland allotted to the widow as part of her dower and thereby reducing the tract to be sold to Stacrea and with reservation of road for the widow to her timbered land 3d The tract on the waters of Kentucky river on the sooth side of the county Toad op posite the dwelling of Terry Q Perlrinadeed ontaing 59 32100 acres bounded on the north by the widows dower on the west by Woodson Masters landlon the eat and south by Terry G oIr and this land with good orchard on same now occupied by Eliza Per kluft These lands are fertile well watered conven- Ient to churches postoffice schools and near the railroad They have on them good comfortable dwellings outhouses and are in all rupects for homes TBRHI8 Onethird of priceYayable January 1900 when and deeds made onethird in 12 months from the day of sale and onethird in 18 month from the day of sale Notes with good security required of buyers with Interest on deferred payments from January 1900 and lien re- erved Title to the lands indisputable WM L CRDTCHER Atty in fact for Perkins Heirs Burnam S Moberlcy Attjs aUg234w Thos Ferrill Anct FOR SALE Thoroughbred Southdown Bucks I have for sale a small number of early Buck Lambs of the celebrated Cassius M Clay stock of South downs ang232v n J CLAY EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who has a good sound re linblo carriage nnder him He can rest secure in the thought that when he has ono of our well made reliable pluctoiis carriages runabouts whalebone epeeilersor road carts that come what may on the road his wagon never will give way We havo one of the finest stocks of road wagons rockn ways and rubbertired Rich mond ProprKentuckr F1i 1oof Lid In pursuance of an order of the MatH son County Court entered at its July term 1809 the undersigned State Bank Ic Trust Co of Richmond Ky as as publiclycountv near Silver Creek Ky on Tnunay SsplBBsls fill 189 beginning at 10 oclock a m to the highest and best bidder the following property viz A certain Tract of Land located on the waters ot Silver Creek and on the Silver Creek and Mcnalaus turnpike containing 43352 acres The farm has been surveyed by ti F Rock County Surveyor and divided into three tracts as follows Tract No Beginning at the sugar 47W Moberleysheirsthe center of thin Aienalaus and Silver Creek pike corner to W B Lone and southwest corner to the Julia Powers homestead thence with the center of pike and lines of homestead N 20J 0E 20 SIO poles N 401 E 56 410 poles N 15 E 19 210 poles N 3 W 20 110 poles to John Man pins corner thence new line S 87 W 234 310 poles to the beginning containing 130 77100 acres lract No 2 Beginning at the center of a water gap corner to tract No 3 of said farm and summing thence down the center of Silver Creek N 43 W 34 810 poles N 30J W 16 810 poles N 5OI 893vWSOpolesSl3W42pohtsS73Wl3poles the creek and with the Moran lines t 2C W 31 poles S 18J E 3G 310 poles heavingMorans129 510 N 42 4 E 82 510 poles to the beginning and containg 123 410 acres Tract No 3 Beginning at the sugar lineNwest side of the pike road thence with the seat tilde of said road down Dodds bianch N 4 W 62 poles N 3l3 W 30- poleS N 4t16 W 45 210 poles to two sycamores on the south branch of Sil JlolesdowltN 31 W 2i polos to the center of wafer gap thence by uewlines S 42 aI W 82 5 10 poles to the northwestern curlier of tho orchard thence S 78 W 129 510 poles toaslone Wall HW510 poles N 34tE IS 5l0 poles to a stone 87 E 19 510 poles to the beginning contain 17935 acres more or less An outlet ie reserved alongthu south bank of Silver Creek the water gapcorner eastward to the pike cross lug of Silver Creek a distance of 62 poles The laud will be sold aX follows First Tract No containing 13077 Acres will be sale to the highest and boat bidder then in like manner Tract No 2 routaining 123410 acres and Tract No 3 containing 170 35 acres more or less Second Tracts No 2 antI 3 combined containing 30275 ncfes will be offered for sale to the highest and best bidder The whole tract contning 43352 acres will then be offered for sale to this highest and best bidder and time land will be sold In the manner bringing the most money TERMS land will be sold upon acrCilit of six antllwelvo months and tile purchaser oi purchasers will be bund with approved security having the force and effect of udguaontwithu lien retained paya to said trustee and bearing legal interest fronrtheilay of sale beivenlied with hut the privilege of harvest ugauid removing crop now on the land will be reserved This farm iaonis of the most desira bly Ideated farnlfi m Madison county being on n turnpike 1 miles from lver Greek Station on the It N K andllgood repair Tha land is fertile and productive andIhu well watered and in doirlir1r John PoworB who resides oil the or on the hiiilerslgned s i L Triit C 81CKWOKD KEKTUOiCY aEg34W 4eoJssPowers I- Liii Elders ekta To time RICHMOND STEAH LVV if tIme quality of the work by others is not pleasing Our Work Must provo satisfy Every employee lak s interest in his ntstries to excel OlilnMi era know suit new iiisi ors soon learn llmf iint is nlhjhted Every article is earcfnlly haini and beautifully finished RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY ii BARGAIN tifr Store M IN CLOTHING tipMen4 Boys Suits at C9cup Boys Pants atbeup 4c NOTIONS Gents Laundred Shirts assorted colors up Gents Undershtirts25ee Gents Drawers20c up up Ladies Vests5t Up Ladies Pants25c up 4Corsets54 JCuffsSuspenders5c up WhipslOc up laP upLadiesxiAsst Colors in BoysWaists25c up BabyBibs Fire ScreenslOc up OUR LINE OF LADIES GENTS AXIti CHILDREN SLIPPERS AND SUM ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE Call and nee thtm kC IN RIBBONS RibbonwlOc No 40 15c No 80 20c e1cffsks See our stock of Corsets before you buy We can lease you with R G Armoside W B Rob Roy Dr Norsab IN HATS AND CAPS upMensBoys Nko Straw Hats1o UI Mens and Boys Capsbe up r IN CARPETS niBrusselS44cRugs25c up IlattimigsWe np IN HARDWARE Knives and Forks per set Sic np Fish Lines le each i ilczFilesTeaspoons 4c setup 8Inch Butcher Knives 10c Tablespoons 6c setup Ostt e1T tWvrtt 1t armtittat j Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade E V ELDEL2 AGENT FOR MeCALL PATTERNS Tie Smtten Miilml Invsslisiil S- oOF JuEXINGTOrV KY i160000 PAID IN LI riJYG BENEFITS r 65 000 RESER YE AND S URPL US HI Tlss lorou o f ills Insurance CoinG4Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of the investor For particulars apply to 7 S7VflTH BOWM7N- k SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY jj1j MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky LJ imirc The Lock Upi oflJEl any own had the doors been fastened with DLocksandkeys fromUI p these goods Some time you rhny want such flVJ1 bestLIl tilT surma WAIN Mm See tw and get prices oa roofing and guttering iIiiw D Egcury TAYLOR BROS 0C I T I I IiuiIF + C 1i C t f h c 0 1JePPeJI IPrint5 ho viS thY 1J w JH 4 t j I J I ++ + CALL AT + + + D11 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN C lost anti most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoilate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saretcja Water Kept on Tip Phone a Second St llfOlIJIOJrJJ Jaruu z1 ti i- Ti7 = g OnliIrr j = tc 0 I g I u 2 J- IS U g i I ccc 8g gg e 1 tt 0 0 0 i i Sgg If0- 1 J HHHjw sL w II Cfop Saa3SBa 5 01 = 4 go s a 4p DH CALDWELLgN V0 CURES I I r ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS 5YSTErvrVJ EFFECTUALLfDISP fEVErOVERCOMES 4BTUAL COISTJPATIONPERMANENLY Ills B HtiEl7rrEC15 Buy THE GEriuiHtMArtTo By cAiIN1A 1G5YRVr ULLrd fo QI er cgt rIIItt I4UICI11- LlanSJy rrinkrQr incinnltf Buhy fin Effect December 1898 DULY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm ara pm pm 2 00 6 20 Lvo KIcbmoncI Ar 00 7 20 2 W 7 09 Winchester 11 42 6 K 5 MaraTIlle S 30 540 930 Paris 840 510 6 10 28 Georgetown 7 ro 4 28 7 20 Ar Frankfort Le 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets via ParisJNEWTON O P A 6g e 0 THIS WEEKSegi eo 1lj SlJ8Cioll uders jlll 0 osa nON T FORGET IT croo Poee tie eafaee 5a ov aV ee 5mef 1takvXs 0 sfl oUc Choice Stylesin Lawns Dimities Wash eo OIT Q Cropons Piquo Girliams and Pertailes All going at SLAUGH u TJBK PRICESO WlJBrullTI1fWillil 114TJJ lli m1m 0 Q 0 g CUT PRICES ON ALL i o sUMMER UNDERWEAR 1il 4IoQ l 0 s II e e regularps price =150 can be purchased in the 0 0 next TEN DAYS for 100 All others e 0Ie reducedeo C ue Q e Gs g CDI ID1iID nlli1 j TInill IDJ manY u- QO g eo All SIzes atb e U c COST And remember our gClothing Suits complete atDWholesale Prices p Oec f05s flO ID iflIn llu YmJ IilnQ I Gr- p Resduction Sale Come to Mc q g Kees when you want to eeRespec tfuII r IOlil eoeve I gO N E N McKEE o 8 ucI0o5 I I Q Ss SS S SS s S sa so le ceoC 5 33RD NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT O A R HILADELPHIASeptember Low Round Trip Rates from all points South Ifyour tickets wayfromat Washington City for a visit and are also entitled to one other stopovcr you want it Side trips have been are GettysburgThe train service north via the IIs 1n of InFREE RECLINING CliASR JARS are provided on night trains All through traijjrs rvn on fast schedules and are vestibuled Day c schSs are with lavatories smoking rooms and other conveniences for a long trip and tUe Pullman Sleepers 1reof the highest standard Remember The Stop overs Circuitous Routes and Side Trips Timber prUcnleia gladly famlahed by Queen itAjenU or OL MITCHELL CHAS W 2ELL- omxoM rtttttiatii Mttttr cmwon rtmotto TEN ONOIW4AH WC RINEAMSON oswt PASM Aar OUCHHWTI u a i S corriD FROM SVIPLBVBCTl ir a maximum rate unrair to iiiem la fixed the courts will prevent Us en forcement So that the claim of Gov trnor Bradley made in his veto mes cage upon the McChord bill that it Is dangerous to confer upon the railroad commission power to fix rates Is wholly unfounded Applause The other objection to the Mc Chord bill most frequently made by railway managers and apparently con curred In by the Republican party Bjectlion and extortion Is one with which only experts are fitted to deal and that therefore the matter must not be submitted to a railroad commission ordinarycitizensthat tho single gold standard advo questlonan occult question I have studied It and you have not leave It to me andiI shall attend to it for you The people of Kentucky pay nnntitally many millions of dollars railway corporations The present state of the law leaves it within the power of railroad managers by means of extortion and discrimination to de stroy the business of some communi ties and persons and to build Up that of others at will No such uncon anywhereInSCHOOL BOOKS Democratic Platform Favors the Law Reducing the 1rlcc The Democratic platform favors end the Republican platform opposes the enactment of a law reducing the prices of scloolbooks used In the com mon schools of the state At the last session there was passed by the house of representatives a bill upon this sub ject offered by Mr Chnn of Merger county This bill fixed a maximum of prices for schoolbooks on an average onethird less than the proces now fixed by the school book trust but that maximum was still 10 per cent above the average maximum price fixed by a similar law that has been in successful operation in Indiana for 10 years In the house of representa tives and in the senate every Repub lican vote vas cast against this bill What good reason can there be why the sale school books manufactured and sold by the same corpora tion should In Kentucky cost 43 per cent or nearly onehalf more than they cost In the adjoining state of Indiana Such is the fact solely because the law permits It and because the represctativcs of the Republican par ty in the last general assembly did the bidding of the lobbyists of the book trust If there be anything that ought to be made as nearly free as air as the Jaw can make it it Is the opportunity of every child in the commonwealth to get an education The Democracy of Kentucky affirms that it Is as true now as It was when Jeffeson wrote it into the Declaration of Independence that govern ments derive their Just powers from the consent of the governed and that this applies to all peoples everywhere They affirm that this nation should no more have a British colonial policy than It should have a British financial policy that what would have been criminal aggression In Cuba is crlm nal aggression in the Philippines and therefore they denounce the policy of the present national administration in these Islands The only redeeming features of the Republican policy of Imperialism are the bravery and hero Ism of the American soldiers Ap plauseThe Republican party In this cam paign appeals to the people for sup port upon the record of the present Republican state administration The present state administration came into power upon the claim that its Demo cratic predecessors had unnecessarily Increased the public debt raised the rate taxatlonandmlsapplledjthe public funds Let us look at the books said they in the campaign of 1895 and we will show these things For nearly four years Kentucky has had Republican rule the Republicans have had the books but there has not been nor is there now even a pretense that during Democratic administrations a single cent was misappropriated The present Republican administration when appealing to the people for sup port in 1895 promised If elected to educe the expenses of government It Das Increased them It promised to reduce the rate of taxation but has Increased It It promised to reduce the public debt but has Increased it It promised to raise the per capita an nual allowance for school children but has decreased It Never In the history of the commonwealth were there such scandals In the management of the prisons and insane asylums as under Republican management The Repub lican platform complains that by legis latlon enacted at the last session of the genera assembly it was deprived of the control of the penitentiaries The Democratic wardens and other officials in charge of the penitentiaries when the Republican administration came into power had been appointed for terms fixed by law The Republican administration turned these Democrats out long before the expira tion of their terms The Republican management Increased the cost of the penitentiaries The Democratic man agement under the new law has not only decreased the cost of maintaining and operating the penitentiaries but has made them selfsustaining Itopnbllcans Arraigned By the vote of the entire Republic an membership of both houses of the general assembly at its last session there was prevented the passage of a law reducing to a just charge tho prices of school books now fixed by the book trust and by a like vote of the Republicans of the general assembly there was prevented the enactment of a proper and effective antitrust law Nearly every bill passed by the general assembly that would have given people relief from oppressive burdens was vetoed by the Republican govern or chief among which was the Mc Cord bill to prevent extortion and dis crimination In freight rates by rail road corporations and both upon its original passage and upon the ques everyRepubllcanthis bill This bill was entirely in the interest of the masses of the people of the commonwealth The governor vetoed the fellow servants bill which would havegiven the same right of compensation for in employesbygives to strangers This hill if ap proved wovild have given a large class of employes who dally hazard their lives for an Inconsiderable compensa rlrhtthatthe highway The gross discrimination that this bill would have elimin ated from our law was removed from brablllI DRPIERE FAVORITE PREStRIPiBt1 AUKES BOTH MOTHER AND CABY HEALTHY AND STR01Ii A PurriyWegftablc and far fectIyllarrnfess AonAc hQN4yat4riHarcotkakzi v IIoThe soternor oven vetoed the bill requiring railway companies to carry bicycles as baggage RepU1JI1cancompares with the superb effrontery Ofcthe platform of that party and thing Is the effort of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company and Its newspapers attorneys and paid a liryanDemocratic platform of 1896 As to the support which the Louis ville CourierJournal and Louisville Times are giving the Democratic ticket II have this tosayand in making this statement I speak for all the candi dates upon the state ticket and fore t1iinguishedcommittee Senator Blackburn The support of the state ticket by tho Cour ierJournal andTlmes was and Is whol unsolicIted by any candidate upon- thestate ticket or by any member of tbo Democratic organization it Is purely voluntary upon the part of the owners of thosenewspapers There Is not nor will there be any obligation tit any kind due from the Democracy tidatesfavor or recognition of any kind will be accorded to those newspapers nor to any one connected with them for that support nor upon any other ac count Nothing whatever of the prin ciples of the Chicago platform of 1896 t blalformlion of the party to Bryan and Black burn will be surrendered or abated because of this support by those newspapers nor upon any other account Our position with reference to this matter Is precisely that ot Mr Bryan aa stated In his recent letter to Mr Woodson namely It is not the policy of the party to drive people away from It but rather to Invite people Jnto the party The party stand committed to the doc t rites set forth at Chicago and while uponthosedoctrlnP8ship of Gold Democrats It does not and should not reject the support of any vindicatingtheIng candidates who are pledged to those principles establishedcrats In the hour of Democracys peril It bas fallen into the hands of the Lotilnvllle and Nashville Railroad company It Is the blackest traitor that has ever attempted to destroy the Democratic party The election law uponthepealed at a special session of the gen era assembly was passed by Its aid and after the enactment of that law itclaimed exclusive credit for it The people of Kentucky are to de yearKentuckyswill be east for Bryan for president and for the national platform of 1896 or whether the theft of Kentuckys vote perpetrated in 1896 shall be re peatrd whether another Deboe or JosephCLindsay In the federal senate whether British financiers or American voterslshall control this nations policy whether the trusts or the peo pIe shall rule whether Imperialism shall replace Democracy whether the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company Is the servant or the master ot the people of this commonwealth Thr Issues are clearly drawn emphatically presented There ought not to be there cannot be doubt as to the verdict Loud and continued ap plause His Life Was Saved Mr L E Lilly a promfiient citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wqndprl ful deliverance from n fri l In telling of it ho S3 SJwas taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs becarnfl hard cued I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New mil covery One bottle gave great reio 1 continued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the Sttrest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Regular size 50 cents and 100 Triai bottle freo at Perry Thomas Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 2 IN SPITE OF All great achicveiuorUs are accoTu plished in spite of impediments Inhere is such a tiling as waiting for theSjp portune moment in war in parllnineu tary tactics in TQlpJcjnj and In all man ner of dealings with our felhWsfbut tho opportune moment is not one de void of difficulties and risks Quo charged with a great commission does notsay ho will do this thing because no one objects and nothing obstrnuks lIe rather says ho will do this in spite of unfavorable circumstances The man of dieds never folds his arm be cause he has no capita at his back nor closes his lips because his name not sonorous with honorary titles He will prove himself superior to mere external prestige and will accomplish his mission becauseit is his Sunday School Times Irritating stings bites scratches wounds and cuts soothed and healed by DcWitts Witch Hazel Salvo a sure and safe application for tortured fleah Beware of counterfeits Perry Thomas a CONUNDRUMS What author is most downtrodden Field What author is read red nt least once n year hawthorne Name an English author who was turned out the first time he ever went to school Lambs Mention tributhors therobynaniine a third Black re BJaekinore Whatpdct JuightbyinjfjiRfiing be come a philosopher llogg might income Bacon Vhen is acuffilejlliitl friendmost to bo dreaded When htttakes you apart Which are t1iiiznosI noticeable fea tures of aCoiigresi uiatf Ilfs 0yJs and nose ayes and noes WhIch are a 41 riah0 most conspic uous features life tS IiIs tulip What is Jheditfjpc botw cnChrrst rosa chopping etui ttrpnj fiiiliiiih fiu Thw lint inakcsibimct days the lvrt dizzy Beysy Whal J SWClJ1t1 bjuitei for s ililera iiiifohii tjwbaz1As imd grlIlfltIiflt8 fVVUkjh Viiewpapjg Minimi tfflts the Jltefj8bulletlJlVhnt in Riiitntile musical intm weiil li r a fisherman tJrone How docstlio abl1ArenTian1t duslriouB fnrniHiV It hits upu in iis lay after a Days wok j What is ihe JitJjryme between a59 ai murciiant Uiiilii puisuu with cult fcisi One Inw sold uidr and the otICIllu cold soics yontiisCwmpaniOn =KMoll I1iMh Cure rllvIIPQp sia becans Iis t iiro aiwli lepllhtlufor disorders arising from imperfect MJIiilorrjln tTile QtIfl k br the corn IsvX c avdfaolt the goernmdi Jrtjlldiratin n crop of 2 iinCOQbnsh ali IOinnariiifc With last yostrte crop of 1021 J840CO ttulrcls This Is tile fl i report pii enriv thi B attoiu TTJB 4 iriH tiji8uttiI J2 IX huIiQrt- rt 1 cutt hi the Tune t I1aI1jlW ttIi Ut years rpof iSQOO1lH iibaF I u t MiA JA A NEWYOR1t 31ItONS UufHipesare indispctisible to the eqr- l autl1mn wanlrolw r For light golfing and outing smts dotchoselljCrash suItearQns J S ever Sotno l1ghtaiirty novSiueliu tills n slow satmtiitripes yrrubroiderod ots fStocksciioribt still retain their popularity Among other great bargains at Lord S Tajlor aro mi its of crash embroid red all over with tiny polkadoUand nodvLth hrigbiliucd taffetaB silksTi v1llscarlet vienna is UBwl for teak ing up sonic hr glit Iju1iurcfi gpfl IackQtb Whoa supplied with turn- down collar revere awl vufTs of hun terVgrecn und JastoliojlVwith two or three biassbuttoiithey look very chic JLny own fs ouhancod in elFud by Iheyaregowiis and are rondo of the dress mare terallLlIJ elaborately trimmed i or oflallover embroidery or chiffonsTip slender woman only should wear elt or girdle of silk ur velvet lllm ol all decrees of stoutness Oro rotforfi urtt at4wCashmfiro is returning to favor mid appears in a arityas lino as French merino A belt edgtd with coral hndheld by a large corl clasp is lovely for wear ing with a white dress Uoiflnre bows are made of haltinch satin ribbon haviug pliable wire along the centre line of shirring EYElYX Cs1tLn Uismareks Iron iVcrve splentlidhealthdOlls enoriry are not found whore Slum ach Liver Kidneys sitU Bowels arc thesequllititSDr Kings Now Life Pills They de velop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 Do you want me to tell you how to know when a boy has boon hit by one of Cupids arrows He begins to shave his pimpled face and made a desperate cHbrl to sprout Jbiggerlike a morning glory he has Iris trous ers creased every day and his patent leathers polished he lisa a dreamy look and blushes whether he will orBno ho feels like a culprit and dares not look you in tho eyes least you diE cover his secrets though he can not refrain from sending boxes of caramels French candies and fruit in seasoneof tho abloodsanity followed by softening of the brain The young merchant and his clerks et business languish while they play the game of hearts the young lawyers Iwlrfirstto be demurred out of court the young doctor cures his patent with neglect while ho prescribes affectionate elixirs Jrso i tlTe town swill nicks bra RoWes tail buys a new buggy and when ho tucks his hallucination close by his side under the silvery spray of hit laughter a crack of the whip and in stantly a silk shirt waist a cuta way coat hit the dim shadowy ills tance like Nancy JIankRGuv Bob Taylor One aiinuto Cough Cureqnieklvcures obstinate summer cough audculdd Iconsider h a most oud iquickMayhow Wis Perry Thomas BLUE GRASS Col Folk in his Kentucky Historical Magazine ays that JIbe Grass was Indigenous to Kentucky This has not been the accepted miilcrstuhiliig We heard whoa a boy and that Is 70 years ago that the pioneers packed ilieir china in blue grass hay and when they camped at night and nnpacke l their cliiua that the seed front the liay got scattered all along their route and this was tlin way it got introduced into this State The late Isaac Cun ningham of Clark the grandfather of the Van meters Mr Vanuieter having married his daughter and only heir was die Of the most enterprising farm ore of his day and brought aknowl edge of the value of blue grass from the Valley of Virginia from which he cameo He cut down the elm buckeye gum and sugar trees that he did not coinjider4timber and this gaVe tlie hlue grass a chance to grow and his stock grew fat and thrived while that livIngtiybrqwsiuJ which the couutry was- lsigtonOazoite covered Lex Hninrlton Clark of Chatincev Ga says lie suffered witlr itching jiileB twenty years before trying DoWittV Wilcli Hazel fcalvo two hoxenof whicln tliwlerrJ Tliomas Tho corn crop of this country ia usu ally about four times that jpfwlical and three times that of oats While much iiiiportancu Is attached to our wheat trop yet it is far behind corn iri value No crop in more useful than corn for from 11 tha larger proportion of the meat rind other products front animals a oblalhqd while its fodder nearly equals the value of grain Jtirt really the corn crop that gives this country its advantages fu agriculture im teal of vheat A ltiitiiiglt wheat isi prominent article of xiort yet it ilort hot inter very largely into the produptiuii of mfrat iriilkcIieeo and butterbence the e piirfs of cyrn in the forinsof products oil thu farm fiotu ItIiellarRely cepI wheat while iho cuiiinniptipn of corn oirtlio farms ia uuurmitus The corn Ijlant Is als betotiiing hource from which papiris 1I1IIIIfuc iar hiI6 the government utilizes itfmin whici to tie rive jirticlos for Uisoin ihenavy The amount ofojrij used In I ho jnanfricturo uLgIucns i4 large and jirn oil ia val ualI t product One of thin advantages of the rorn erop IH that itcan bn grown on nIlIr ylnlii8 acd itS cultivation nsnitH lu fUving the land ofreeds TJiu aynjjigo pcrae of gorn is ninclj lpw ir than it should Itv but jv gd methods arv raising tins avorngii evjry tiniEInJo KEEP COOL BY TAKiriO A LAKE TRP XTst Pictiinjuo jrarklnat the jwland ofaol hriezp or tlipI Odd islniids the tleorgitit IJny EtfiiJTrnvel via ein J LmifiJot1UNorthclul2 In IiIltrl a f f A q A riti Gl fDe tteIt Mis c J v rvJ xvvvrsf i VrTa MvV vi lrl q CounlyourtDayS ptro Bbouxil1rs Mon ay Richmond Madison county first Mon d ayLexliigton Fayette county second onday WJanfoi Lincoln county second Mon dIlY ff nt r eorgetownc9tt r county tbirjl Mon 1 ivt4 j TDanville Boyoouiy countyfhtroiollllty llillIolHlayVersailles woodford fourth Monday i5Mr IIPHILADELPHIA AND RETURN GfA TIONAi ENCAMPMENT ON SEPT 23 AND 4 WillileUDollars and Thirty Cents good to re turn SoPtewlert hSfI IS wIn be ahlowtii ff on 711 btlii- ctioiisIis wThoilabi all WhtWlsJ visit NtH1UltkJnllSt jr to lo ht less nffi regular one fare rala For further information or for sleeping car reservations call on rwritc EO IV htA-1rEyIiIa3 f CONTESTSe The ispatcban Tost continues to reiterate the ofttoU lie that 316 dele gates wore turned out of the Louisville convention The report of the committee on credentials unseated only oboist 160 delegates including the Dunlap gang in Louisville where the Ylmllrn slate was put through without a divis ion or count boinp tallowed in any ell ttrict Less titan 100 delegates out in Ii State were unseated and nearly half of those seated voted auai list Uoebelj nota McCrncltenIQiwe count such combine counties as MllrIshallvotes Ilardin lost the Mercer county candidate really gained more than LouIr FOR SALE Mountain people are on the look out for blue rass larins and town property Tho denial is growing daily Tue- ackson Hustler is read every week by 000 mountain people atoLl you IiaVe a farm in Madison county or a house anti lot in liichmoiul to sell let it be known jn The Hustlers Director of lue Grass property for saleio which mountain pe plo will look to findout who has property on the market A 2 inch advertisement in the Directory will cost yon only 500 and will be published ry wool until the prop rty is sold III two iuclies you can tell ll about your property Copy of the papqr mailed you every week during the life of tbo ad dot in tho Hustlers Directory if you have blue grass property to sell T M Mouitow Publisher of tlioJaciion Hustler ii Jackson Ky COOKING CORN Said n gopTriioiiSekeepef other ay Cornis one of the njestdg tablCswo IiaveVbht It is very asy to slOillt by ignorance and over cooking T here is nothings sweet so delicate and delicious as an ear cornprpperly cooked and there is nptliing more tasteless and unpalatable titan corn when it has won boiled hall an hour nnl porhapE left soaking in water You shouldnt cook corn more than eight or- ent minutes itinagood sized boiler whichcoutahs just as little Water as can bo kept from boiling away tithetlmo it takes to cook the corn I the corn itriircsswaya any way so1hatltwill not be packed solidly to gethor but will liJave room for the steaih to circulate about e1 hear Thou I put a tight cover on tho kettle and a clqfiajlish oyeto3jrHjat if iiecefsaryj tp keep the steam in You cook it for eight or ten uuiinitesand tho result will be corn that is worth eating Woodford Sun AVdifiSaYs UWc have four children Wit the first three I suffered almost unbearable pains from 12 to 14 hours and had to be placed under the influence of cHqrofonru I used three bottles of Jilothtrs Friend before our List child came which isaatrongfat ant healthy boy doing- my houseworkup lowithiatwo hours of birth and suffered but a few hard pains This lini gnndjdrcmedyevcr made Mothers Friend will do for every woman what it did for the Minnesota mother who writes the above Jet tir Not to use it during jdjpianey 15 a suHeringMollx1 strong body and dear viateUect whIch in tum are imputed to the child It relaxes the muscles and allows them tp expand trelieves morning sickness and nervousness It puts all the organs concerned in perfect actualJaborger oi rising or hard breasts is altogether avoided and recovery is merely a matter ol a few c The Drugls ystSend for our free Illustrated rook WntkrSOWN MW JUIM mig aLrgeTfjIWOUR PALL CATAtOU1tgfvsdrcrlptionsOf these and other Seed OMla a3soCtbvrs and drassei Vegetable Stcdj tlulbf lzel1l 1lulredHAIR SWITCH F ErON EASY COhrtlTJOKG Cat tin id ottt icd met W 5eaa- 1vitrar1t oysop iira2ickmeto TOOL 53 uOro1rsn nil 4itea ttlflc5kSioallorjOtbatl7wL arft1flr7 viits Th1y9 WIt to kwu ltUkrr tiwlwf lMkt IIIkI- 1osrTAhaoIuou1 fua 3 eniTru SlW KMH irnuoir vom flIst4seaS to l Ptt aq ote t tbe a kxltctac to teirtdit 1T null Ilperfthfttk J4IjIlIww t5actskrSIr 7W1 l4 tolfiK iDlIar c Idl HEIr pothl SciQJ S ii L l i ip o PLEASE TRY I I t rCANDYOATHARTIC tf r I I lOcS2rc see I fl ircON White Sulphur and l Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN J NB ht T T BR ht On the n N L If Railroad mul the Kentucky River in the midst of Mountains anil Romantic Scenery Tho Whito Sulphur IB a specific fur skin anti kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house fff For lurtlier particnlurs address bl 1 M1 Tlosias Propr may314m IIIVINK KY 135E- GOPMIST RANGES entIJ cCQ Li f S t i Ito z f1 Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LADUE MITH i Wheeler Wilson Sewing Macfiine otary Motion ami Ball Bearings For sale by Blue Grass Furniture Co Richmond K- yDyspepsia Kodol Cure Digests what you eat aldaNaturcstructing the exhausted digestive or digestantcan approach It in efficiency It In pennanentlycuresDyspepsla Flatulence SickHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsandall Prepared by E C DeWitt Co Chicago For sale byiPerrj Thomas REGENE 10COMPLETE tLL3 rit 1 J li J Eie Crat tItil Slrll jjj4 C x ri DYi nrIennaif Mint t 5Jtt lc 4cI4iIty ot tuicjrSfllmvi r n HtUI Vuinvnynt all tf iht hr o lyOl rtcnre rrunod it t 4c JflrlfaI1lroromtallhtI W tcr5 tstec4 SrUmnrhe Porviu iv lOUUlflu3 ut 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DruggistslanI51 Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FINE WORK A SPEGIALTY Thbse who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kill f Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in till nir of this M 15 Church on Irvine Street where they will find consiiintly on Kami a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to pnit all claw CClItlIwhich will be furnished on application Of YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED JAMES T H757UULTON PronrkO- rWHXSUPFERAOONY II PILE II 1 rYlipn DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed II Ij1Iil Tho firot treatment Brings immediato relief It lIasII youTU1mcrcHautpobticHn H 1 and chief cf the Chattanooga Firo Dopartmen says After of suffering DONS PILE OINrrt I I was lee 1 tmTllcndeto nie The Ute of one box effected permanent curtjvoluntarily give yoji lhs state ucut hoping it will fcct the means o tl rou vruMlcriul remedy to the attcutlon of Others suf fjrififf with pile Price 100 Prepaid to liny Addressl DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHA1TANOOQA TENN IIiiIE a 1 r r44 n 26 No Itst ifIu IVOL JIICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT AUGUST 30 1899L f v rrIl PARTY ON TRIAL Duty of Kentucky Democrats In This Vital Contest j NO TIME FOR PETTY STRIFE top Men JInst Adhere to the Standard of the Gallant Goebel BOLTERS AID THE ENEMY Bryan and Chicago Platform Principles Endangered In This stat BURNING WOE9S OF BLACKBURN Rational end Stute Issues of Mighty Moment Clmrly Defined by the Iwo Senator nt the Formal JIIly1ehl1TDiv Merrfleesly Kluyotl In n Mns terly Philippic and Before a Great CT wil At tve formal and highly successful P cg of the Kentucky Democratic cjgn at Mayfleld on Saturday Aui giis 12 the stirring keynote was d acd national and state issues ntly aad dearly defined before aI n rs of 6009 of the faithful of Gr fs county Senator J C S Blackburn and Hon William Goebel our gcT strdard bearer were the oraI cf the day and were m me such as only the stalwarts of 1Jannff Democratic county of the if can ginIPi rator Blackburn in his speech ex ftivcy reviewed the problem now vnting the citizens of the state c imidly outlined the true position f the loyal Democrat in the present viAl contest The dissenters came in r a large share of attention Nai ral questions however were not ovri led the speaker severely ar r going the pretentious and misrule of the Republicans The money power trusts and the domination of railway corjiiiratlons received a merciless scor the eloquent senators burning winls repeatedly bringing the vast au di r ce to its feet ether leading features of the sena tors address were his eloquent tribute to the worth of Hon William and candidates on the ticket GoebelIt predicted would sweep the Mills Point to the mouth of the Sandy rs vigorous and courageous handling vital state questions had severe arIriienment of the bolting element jn demonstrated how difficult the way cf the political boss on Kentucky soil r Tf speakers introductory remarks re fir to the sudden Indisposition of Senator Goebel who was momentarily rome by heat while speaking and foned to dmetIPART ON TRIAL Prayers Not Execration For the Mr Blackburn Bolting BlcmentIduced and when inlfrd proceeded as Ladies and Gentlemen and Fellow D about1natorhm This is just a piece of stage fie and I are doing this thing by playI some of the lying KIHukand God knows there are niuh of them lefthave been telling yim that I was a sick man Goebel only wanted to correct this m and let you see I was misstateI overIhlttHlPiijdr lately that I was not going to i at Mayfield on the 12th that the Lord had interfered and stricken me- L nn and that I was not to be upon the sturp for some weeks or months- indeed at all during this campaign I will tell the truth about u am just out of bed where I have l en confined for two weeks past butt never was sick enough and I do not believe I ever shall be sick enough to educe me to miss a rally of the Graves county Democracy when the Demo vatic party Is on trial I admit that I am here in the face of the orders of my doctors and against the protests of my family and friends but I am here and I know that every Democrat in this grand old banner Democratic county would know that there was a KentuckyifApplauseMytrial In this contest jurylJlforesue I would not hesitate or fail to select and Impanel as that jury the un bought and unpurchasable Democracy of Graves county and try the issue there I am here to speak in behalf of that party I shall conceal nothing I shall tell the truth let it cut where it may and let It hurt whom it will If there is aught that is not to be defended In the records or the methods or the principles of my party I will anybodythe makeup of this crowd I do not boltingDpmocratsnewspapers tell us tbat there were a thousand un convicted bolting Democrats gathered here in your fourhun beforemany are here today but I take it for cranted there must be some I do not 4 ce e tow you can gather such a crowd as this without having some sinnersin it Laughter misguidederringsound of my voice if there is one single solitary upburled mothers Eon politalmillItakrnjcu get run away I am not g ing to say an un sorryforwant to praywlthjrou I want to get petitionmercy to the utmost in order to re goingtoyou shall not say I drove you off with out tellIng an unregenerate lie I am hopethereIf there were this many Democratic bolttrs in Graves county and the First congressional district of Kentucky I everyGoosand that there was nobody else Chlst never came Into this world toI call the righteous but sinners to re peoplercCJto these pccple and I wont indulge In any harsh language either Hard words never made votes and votes are whet rc are after and votes are what we want although votes are not what we atrulutely need as we shall show you we have enough when November youDeloredress riyzef to that element if you are aTlrted with any such- I am not here to preach any new storyIracy cf this great old county for 20 years rrd more The same parties to the ccnf let are still In the held The Repub1anism sllIverheard that before There are those DemocracyIs relegatedtodeveloped by the Spanish war are to take the place of IL It is not true my countrymen Dont listen to these QuestionIsbeen at any time since 1ST3 when the Republican party under the leader p11lagedpeople of their liberties and Interests and rights bv striking down and de stroylnr cnehalf of your money That money slue has not been settled any more than it was in 1S96 and by the Lord Harry it never will be settled until it Is nettled en the side of jus tice and right the side of the people and not dtctted by the money chang ers and brdbodrs of this government The very same identical issues upon which you made the f sht ot 1S9G are here unreitled between the parties now HydroHeaded Trusts There are other issues that have arisen since that time which I admit we are sot skulking and dodging or avoiding discussion and sttlement of and those are the war issues We are courting the fijht We have thrown down the gauge of batte and dared the Republican party to lift Jt from the earth The Democratic party stands today as It has steed for more than one hundred yeasthe cham pion of the people on every Issue that has ever engaged artl divided the ati tendon of te political parties in this country There are other issues that are to be met I grant you Since 1896 the trust Las raised Its hydrahead among our people and frightened and causes the messes of our citizens to fear for the pcserratlon of their liberties and their rights I am here to speak for rov party apologizing for nothlrg denvng no s1nsbPlty but defending sod maintaining every sen tence every line eve v word and every syllable that was uttered at Chicago In 1S9B and r enaet d at Louisville on the 2Cth of June We apologize for nothing Pick out any plank In that platform you please and as a humble but hest exnnnent of Democratic faith I am here to defend It That platform tells you that we demand the restoration of silver at the rato of 16 to 1 free of mintage without discrimination on even terms with gold with out asking or caring whether any other nation on this earth stands by us or not That platform tells you thatwe denounce the usurpation of the products of labor by aggregated wealth and Its greed std rarrolty as represented by the combines and trusts Applause MANIA DECLARATION Why ninrkbtirn Favors the McChord nil and Goebel Law Your state platform tells you that we Indorse what Is known as the Mc Chord bill that passed a Democratic leglsature and died at the hands of a Republican governors veto That platform tells you that we Indorse what Is known as the China school book bill which put the knife into the vitals of the American schoolbook trust and protects the pocket of the poor parents of the common school pu plls throughout the limits of this com monwesith That platform tells you that we Indorse the newly passed elec tion law known as the Goebel bill and each and every Gods blessed one of those measures I am here today to de fend and uphold- I was asked in the western end of Kentucky in a great audience like this by some one in the crowd asked po litelyIf I would answerand I told them at once I wouldwhether I was in favor of the Goebel election law and if I was whether I would kindly give the reasons for my support of that measure I acknowledged my obligations to my unknown friend for the favor he did me in the emIbarmsslature had passed It although that recommended it to menot simply be cause a Republican governor it although that to my mind was conclusive of its meritsnot proofI a Democratic legislature had over a Republican governors veto but I was for it as an original proposition I believed it was a good bill and I fa vored It on its merits and I had ex actly 40 good reasons for supporting to but didnt propose to give him one but if that one did not satisfy butI that I would give him the other I am for that Goebel election bill be cause 1do not believe that under Its there will ever be any more ofIis to continue in Kentucky in spite of wl1I1ugtoapplauseHe myfriendscurrency I am not here today to afflict this crowd in this sweltering weather with a prosy musty argument on the question of the tariff In contra distinction to the protective theory of the Republican party Those matters have been discussed tor years and years that lIe behind us I am not here to trench upon your patience or waste or wear away my strength by going Into a detailed statement of everything that occurred In the convention recently held by my party at Louisville A voiceYou are hereto get grand welcome from ue aIMr Blackburn Thank you for appreciate it and am grateful for itI know there are those among us who have hitherto been good Demo crats who are not satisfied with this ticket even if they are satisfied the platform of the party This withI the first time that you or I have threatened with bolts by We have heard that Democratsi This is not the first time constituted political purifiers have asserted their right to purge Democracy of its impurities and save it from its own sacrilegious and suicidal hand Pal mer and Buckner undertook that vol untary act In 1896 and a very worthy gentleman by the name of Hindman from Adair county followed in 1S97 and offered himself as a cacrlfldal tim upon the altar of regenerated VICj purified Democracy We are told that patriotsinanxious to follow In the footsteps of Buckner and Hindman But I am riot going to say anything about that for I thank God that Kentucky Is not cursed with such a polit boltingDemocraticwe shall be on next Wednesday but Almighty God who made this world KentuckyInif he has the mind to If it is to come let us remember that sufficient unto the day should be the good as is the evil thereof and we wont anticipate it PARTY PriTlFIEUS Some Records to Be Draped Into the Glaring Light of Day I am not willing to believe that you can with a search warrant find a Democrat in Kentucky who is fool to take a nomination at the enoughI a bolting rump convention but If they do organize it and thatI in the field I tell you now I am not going to say an unkind word or a harsh word about a solitary man who sees fit to follow its flag We may have occasion to say something about the misguided fellows who accept places on that ticket I have no doubt that 150 Democratic spzakers from now until November from Mills Point to the mouth of Sandy will be exam ining into every fauty buckle in the harness of every fellow who is fool enough to allow himself to be put on that ticket Wednesday I give notice here and now that I shall be at it I dont mean to abuse them but I mean to do whats worse for them I mean to tell the truth on them and if there are Tiny sore spots In their public of ficial political records let them hug toI their souls the assurance that until the sun goes down on the 7th of next November 160 or 200 Democratic ora tors on the stump in Kentucky will be telling the peope about It every Gods blessed day Applause Now I want to ask you my friends I dont want to mortify you by asking you to hold up your hands in this presence and making profert of your apostacy but if there Is a man within the sound of my voice who expects to follow the ignis fatuus and bolt what are you mad about What has hurt you anyhow Are you not satisfied with the Democratic platform at Chi cago Are you not satisfied with the platform adopted by the Louisville convention the other day If you are not in Gods name go and go In peace for you do not belong inside of the Democratic party But let us argue together If I am wrong I want to be set right and If you are wrong God only knows how anxious I am to set you right If you are not mad with your platform what in the dickens is it that ails you Are you mad with the ticket If so what part of it Is it the head of It or the tall of it that j ju can not swallow Are you mad with your candidate for governor If so go to him like an honest man and tell him what your objection Is to him Is it because you were not for Goebel Bolters Speak Out That is not an explanation A very large matirity of the Democrats of the state of Kentucky were not for Goebel and a very large majority were not for Stone and a very large majority were not for Hardin That Is no apol ogy That is no justification that is no excuse You can not afford to bolt your ticket because you did rat get openjIs there anything about Gcwbels rec ord that you do not like If there Is put your finger on the flaw In all I 3 record I challenge and defy you 3 do It He has been In public life and under the calcium light of criticism for the past 12 years and if there is a single thing to his discredit if there Is a single utterance that has ever fallen from his lips If there can be shown a single piece of apostacy or treason or any failure of fealty or loyalty to his party point it out I dare you and defy you You can not do it for it is thereThen his record is clean and if the platform suits you if you can not find a flaw in the record of a single candidate on the ticket I ask you again as honest men tell me what In the devil drives you out of the party ApplauseAre going to answer and tell me you do not like the Louisville convention Dont plead the baby act Be a man even if you are going to be an apostate Tell the truth and dont skulk or hide from it when it con fronts you If your platform suits you and If you cannot put your finger upon the flaw In the record of a single candidate what Is the matter We dont like Redwines rulings In the Louisville convention Let us be fair I can afford to be for my conscience tells me that I have truth and righteousness on my side and I have no reason to skulk and dodge You dont like the rulings of the chairman of the Louisville convention Is that a jus tification for bolting your the election of a Republican admlnlsI tration in Kentucky for four yearsa proper remedy for Redwines rulings in the convention Where is the man who respects himself and fears his God nr vases the alt wno WIlt rooK me i offer as an ez CUBe as thatINo MHO Do you Handle say you licntnckIical bossism In you are a little too timid I am not I know that the mannever did live abossHenry Clay never saw the day that he could boss Kentucky politics and John C Brecklnridge the biggest and brainiest man that ever grew on Ken tucky soil never saw the day that he politicsIboss once and I need not tell you tryitnot tell you where he Is now A gov ernor without a follower even in his own party from Mills Point to the mouth of Sandy I saw the one time Idol of the Kentucky Democracy John G Carlisle try it once and I could not If I wanted to tell you where he is today All that I can tell you now is that he is net in KCT tucky and that the Louis ville and Nashville railroad system of which Mr Goebel has been telling has not an eightdriver engine tnat has power enough to pull him across the KentuckyButpolitical bossism Now I am willing to be fair I am amiable today The truth is I am too weak to fool men anyhow For the sake of argument I will grant anything that you claim I will admit every postulate and con cede every premise but you will allow me please to beg leave to dissent from your conclusion That Is the only thing I ask for You say you do not like the present political situation Well for the sake of the argument I will admit what is not true and say that I do not either You say it Is bad and for the sake of argument I will say itis worse We are agreed that far and now I simply want to have you answer me a question Why Dissension What are you golg to do about It Are you goin to help things Are you going to cure the sick patient by call ing in the Republican doctor If you do instead cf quinine he will give you strychnine and arsenic sure There Is no sense in that Is there anybody who believes that there Is a system of political bossism In this state For the sake of the argument I will admit to be true what I know Is false and will say All right I agree there Is How are you going to cure It By voting the Republican ticket Oh no Why even a fool we are told can learn In the College of Experience Wise men can learn without going through with the experience but people like we who are not bright can only learn in collegeHave not seen bossism In New York represented by Tammany from the time of Boss Tweed down to the present overthrown and trampled In the dust of defeat time after time and has that defeat of the bosses ticket cured bossism There is a practical test that tells you you cannot do it that way But if we are to have a sys tem of Dcncratlc bossism here for Gods sake Iont swap the witch for the devil dont jump from the frying pan Into the fire and take Republican bossism Cheer But gentlemen these arc makeshifts and subterfuge They are not honest reasons advanced by honest men This is too big a question to be meas ured upon the comparative merits of the men What matters it to you what boots it to me whether Wat Har din or Stone or Goebel was nominated for Governor of Kentucky All three of them were decent men There is not one of them who would not make a respectable efficient and creditable governor What difference would It make to the people 50 years hence or for that ratter 10 years hence whether the one or the other of those worthy aspirants had succeeded In wjnnlng the nomination Not a whit IIt makes little difference to you or me today whether one nan wins or an other man loses It does not matter much to the people of Kentucky whether Goebel and the rest of the state ticket shall rise in triumph In November or go down In the dust of defeat and disaster It does not matter much to the pope of Kentucky or of this whether I win before the next legfsature of Kentucky In my candidacy for the senate or go down In a long and lasting defeat It does npt matter so essentially to the people of Kentucky or of this country whether the great and matchless leader of the lncomparab1eNebraskan shall be eected or defeated In 1900 but It does matter and matters much to the peope of Kentucky and to the ppope of this country whether the man who represents the principles for which Bryan stands for which I stand and for which Gcebel and this ticket stands shall win or lose in the coming contest Great applause EXCUSEIHas Any Democrat For Abandoning Ills Partys Faith I know my Mends that you have heard a great deal of criticism and abuse heaped upon what Is known as the Goebel election law I am not go saidjon the subject Is this A Democratic legislature passed it and a Republic Republicana repeal of that election law Every Republican newspaper and every Re publican orator and every Republican candidate swears that the Republican party will never rest in peace until It repeals the Goebel election law All right Let them win this fight In November If God forgets to be gracious to us and If a reign of the devil on earth is to be inaugurated and Ken tucky Is to be doomed to fdur more years of Republican Incapacity and misrule Let them carry this state in the coming election and elect their state ticket and carry the legislature and I will bet myrlght arm against a hopejpenny of a search warrant you cannot find un buried on this earth a single solitary Republican who would not jump In the river before he would vote to repeal the Goebel election law I am willing to believe that It Is pos sible for a Republican to tell the truth sometimes when he tries and it Is an assured tact that it is not going to hurt him much If he does I am willing to stretch my liberality to some extent and to believe that It Is possi ble for a Republican when all the surroundings are favorable to tell the truth by accident but I would not believe the best Republican the Lord ever made lf he ever did make a good one ir ae would ten me as wouia vote to repeal the Goebel election law after possessionYouI and so does anybody who ever had a passing acquaintance with an aver politicianNow Is there any justification Is there any defense Is there any excuse or any apology for a Democrat refusing to support this ticket if he is forced to admit that every syllable in the platform of the party meets his indorsement and that there Is not a candidate upon that ticket who has a faulty buckle in his harness Is not that complete- I might go Into a detailed statement of the facts in relation to the late Democratic state convention but It Is not necessary I never sjw a Democrat nor a Republican ndf a Populist nor a Prohibitionist nor a Womans suffragist convention In my life that In YoungMensday school gathering If you answer and say that Is not a justification I ad mit It just as you can not defend and justify many human events but I have this to say and no man will un dertake to controvert It that there Is not to be found In the policy or meth Justificationdoning the faith of his party and refus ing to spport its ticket Applause KENTUCKY PRESS Why It Is Supporting the Ticket Named at Louisville But there are those who tell us that companytherecannot support this ticket because the Louisville CourierJournal and the Louisville Times are supporting It I confess that strikes me on my weak spot and my short suit It Is an open Itbecauseabout me knows that for 20 years past the CourierJournal and I have not otherItabuse misrepresentation detraction CourlerJournal knowthattheIrduties notbeenyears from every stump in Kentucky lIshlanguagepower of Invective In trying to get even with those papers They have no apology to make to me and I do not want them to make any and I have no apology to make to them and they do not want me to make any They are todayto do They are not doing It on a contract with Goebel or with any other man on that state ticket nor have I or any ofthispromIIsesIf they keep on supporting Demo cratlc principles and platforms I never will abuse them I have never abused them anything ex cept getting away from Just pried pies and platforms and If they or any repentant sinner comes back and wants to show his repentance thisway I pat him on the shoulder and thisfightthe support of every newspaper In this state no matter what Its antecedents Republicanthe support of every man within the goidbuglDemocratyellow I want them all That Is what we are here fcr and there Is no Republican In this state black enough of skin or black enough of heart or black enough in record that I will refuse his vote for this Democratic tIckI et If I can persuade him to give It without treading on m principles and convictions Cheers TRIBUTE TO GOEBEL Kentucky Democrats May Well Be Proud of Their Ticket Now my friends you have a ticket you need not be ashamed of There Is not a man on It whose record Is not clean It is well divided geographic ally Every section of your common wealth Is represented upon It by worthy sons You of the First dis tricthave your candidate on it and so It Is evenly and fairly scattered throughout the limits of your state But the head of the ticket is com plained about I have never heard anybody object to any candidate upon yetbeenof the objection was to Goebel Has any man ever charged him with be lonorlIIbeinglackingI have never heard It Does anybody say that he lacks capacity or Intelli gence I have never heard It I have heard Goebel charged with a good many things but I will swear I have never heard him charged with being a fool Then if he has ability and In partyloyaltyin Gods name what reasonable objec ImpugnshisDemocratic hosts in this district ad mire The truth is the people of Ken tucky can not be Induced to support hopetheythat Is demanded by the AngloSaxon race of Its representatives and leaders it is manhood and courage From the creptfromwas beaten but not disheartened from that day down to this no scion of the ralliedIa espeIpolitical caltucky fear the domination of aggre gated capital Have corporations and combinations and trusts any terrors for you Are you honest when you say that you are afraid your liberties are in danger and are about to be ab sorbed by the greed of combined and aggregated wealth In this country Are you for a leader upon whom you may rely to protect you from the throttling grasp of corporation and trust greedy If so there sits the man who by his record is the one It is not I It is not Wheeler it Is n 5t Ollie James There sits the man who by his public record is the first and foremost representative of the rights of the masses against the classes If you people owe him a debt for nothing else 11 x will swear you owe him a debt tar the enemies he has made and by whom he Is handicapped to his race for governor today There never was a Democrat who stood before the Democracy of Kentucky as heavily han dicapped as that candidate Is now He has the serried unbroken ranks bf the Republican party in front of him to fight He Is threatened with the detection of the bolting Democrats on his flank whilst piled on top like moun tain on mountain come the railroad and the corporate wealth and power of which he has spoken In an en deavor to drag him down and defeat him He Is carrying every handicap that was ever put upon a candidate but we are not whining about it and we do not propose to do so We will meet the combined opposition of all our enemies from without and the cowardly flank movements of traitors from within We will meet and grapple with corporate wealth and corporate power and corporate exactions we will meet the world the flesh and the devil and teach them that In spite cf all Democracy is united Rid is the real and dominating party of this state Great cheering He has tried to talk to you about trustsdont be alarmed I am not going to talk to you much longer Goebel has his second wind and he keeps winking and blinking at me to let him have the floor You have come to see him and so have I and I never heard a fellow doing better up until the time of the break TRUSTS One of the Greed Evils of Modern Times Mercilessly Flayed Goebel was telling you aboijt the trusts I do not want to take It out of his mouth He can describe them better than I can but I want to say one word about them No man ran overstate the dangers that threaten countryListentold you that the Republican party was the party of and some doubted it I did not I know that the Republican party is unalterably opposed to the growth expansion and develop ment of trusts I can hot doubt It because McKinley told you so And if provedItend the controversy and lse It out of the realm of disputation I had a Griggsthisgeneral of the Republican party ad PlrtIntendedasked him why they hadnt done a lit tle of the stamping They have bon In this last three years and they have almost stamped life out ol Amer ican trusts I speak by the record and if any man disputes it I stard ready to prove It There is no wen Informed man in this country that dont know I tell the truth and there Is not an honest one that dont admit it The Republican party is so dead set on crushing out trusts that under Republican domination with both houses of congress the supreme court and the presidency all In the hands cf the Republican party within the last 18 months there has only been 8830 000000 gone Into trusts in this feeland of ours They have not been able to get quite 7000000000 Into true is In the last 18 months because cf the unconquerable opposition of the ite publican party to trusts Stop and think Only 7000000000 have gre into trusts In the United States In the last IS months Why a clock Is al ways busy but a clock In 3 030 dare wont click off as many minute as the trusts have organized dollas In the last eight months under Republican rule in this country Think of It md you will realize the debt of obligation you are under to the Republican party Devils Invention There are Just 8000000000 rf money gold and silver in the world al pr together And notwithstanding the unconquerable opposition of the He ReptbHeartment of the government in the hand of that party they have managed to gather Into the safe Investment cT trusts only 7000000000 within tie last 18 months Some people tell you that the trust is the cruel heartless ir ventlon of the Republican protected plunderers and thieves That Is a slander The trust is not human in vention In its construction and dis covery like In Its operation It a doublebarreled automatic selfad justing backaction machine No hu man or mortal brain ever devised or discovered the trust It required Its construction and discovery a crm bination of human ingenuity supple mented by devilish malignity and It took both man and devil to create the trust It Is the only machine ever known among men that robbed at brth ends at the same time and ynu cant stop It A trust robs the producer at that end by fixing the price of the racy product Theflour trust robs thefarnrr of Graves county and the tobacco trust robs the tobacco raiser of Grave city by fixing arbitrarily the price cf wheat and tobacco The tobacco and flour trusts say to the farmer at that end I will give you so much for your tobacco and so much for your whtat take It or you will not sell ItT gave made a corner on the market am the only buyer You take my price or you take none That same tc bacco trust and that same flour ard wheat trust turns to the consumer or the other side and arbitrarily fixes the price for which they will supply the trade They say to the chewer and the smoker We fix arbitrarily the price at which you can buy your tobacco and you will pay that price or you must reform your tobacco habit for we have a corner That same wheat and flour trust says I am not going to rob you and you have no business complaining And the totaro trust says I am not srai to rob any tobacco grower I stn wheat and the tobacco by taking It n my own price and I am going to give you an arbitrary price at which you will have to buy or starve for I have a corner on the flour market and yci can not buy anywhere else Now If you dont like the trusts if the Republican party gets In power again ar twill only keep on fighting the trusts Hie they have been for the last is months there will be twice as many dollars In the United States covered by trusts as there are dollars of money among the civilized people throughout the whole habitable world If you dont like the trusts if yeti dont like the domination of railroad corporations If you are opposed tn prEfpthatshape Its policies and rule its destlnle than for the corporations and co bines and trusts get a man and md him governor who will stand wHb people and against trusts and xf you come to find that man let m you you dont need to have a sar warrant The Democratic cobvr Via has found hIm for you anq here is governorGreatBl rw a i az r r t f VOL 26 No 13 Rl IE1IOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT AUGUST 30 1899 BEFI OF GOEBEL Keynote Sounded In the Ken Mucky State CampaignI ALLJSSUGS APTLY DEFINED Position orthe Io Democrat In His Present Vital Contest ANSWER TO ECH QUERY f it GaHanjSisnard Rearer Fcsrlcssy Discusses Problems of the Day REPJJBLICAN MISRULE ARRAIGNED f Sturdy Democrats of tile nine Crass State Formally find Auspiciously Open at Mayficlda Strnj 1c of Na tional Interest ami Significance Silver Trusts Kxpanslon and State Problems Lucidly Touched Upon by Ve Speaker In the Presence of a ngiltr Tllrou The keynote In the Kentucky state campaign was sounder at Mayfield on Saturday Aug 12 by Hon William Goebel Democratic nominee for gov ernor Six thousand of the stalwart Democracy of Graves the banner Dem ocratic county cf the state gathered at the county seat and gave enthusiastic welcome to the standard bearer of the partySenator Goebel In his speech clearly defined the Issues of the campaign His arguments were telig and clear During the delivery of his peroration Mr Goebelwas momsctzrily overcome by the Intense heat an incident which for a time caused some alarm He was compelled to give way to Senator Blackburn who made an eloquent defense of the principles of Democracy and at its conclusion Senator Goebel finished his masterly address vThe immense meeting was held in the shadeless courthouse yard at May- field and despite the great heat the auditors remained to the very last On the platform was noticed an immense picture of Hon William J Bryan which the crowd cheered again and again Senator Blackburn and Senator Goe bel were escorted to the stand by Han Samuel speakersI Judge J E Robbins of Tumultuous cheering greeted the party Mr Crossland acted as chair and in his prI1vateingly referred to the bolters meeting Mayfleld atI I now Introduce to you gentlemen said Mr Grassland our candidate Senator Goebel who will lead oun fight in the coming campaign who will help us to assure the reelection to the senate of Iron J C S Blackburn and carry to a glorious victory the banner of W J Bryan Cheers Mr Goebel said Fellow Citizens We are entering upon the initial battle of the great na tional conflict of 1900 Now as in 1896 the corrupt and corrupting forces that seek to perpetuate their control of government to enrich themselves at the expense of the masses of the peo ple are engaged in an effort fraudu lently to take Kentuckys electoral vote from Bryan and transfer it to McKinley to prevent the election to the federal senate of Blackburn Ken tuckys foremost champion of bimetal lism and to subject Kentucky permanently to the domination of Hanna ism and Hunterism and all that theg Imply FOE OF DEMOCRACY- Big Railway Corporation ArraignedIFor Dipping In In 1896 the most effective Instru ment that aided in fraudulently Kentuckys electoral vote from takingI and giving it to McKinley Louisville and Nashville com pany Today the chief Influence that is endeavoring to repeat the foul work of 1896 Is the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company Now as In 1896 the means employed to this end are the subsidizing of newspapers the coercion and Intimidation of employes and dependents and an attempt to di vide the Democratic party The true reason for this course of the most powerful monopoly of the commonwealth is found not so much in the pretended apprehension of hos tile state legislationfor no such leg proposedbutIn greaterinterestearth in the maintaining of the single gold standard The Louisville and Nashville Rail road company Is controlled by the Bel yearshaveAugustBelmonttive board of the directory of the Lou isville and Nashville Railroad com goldbondBelmont CO1on behalf of Messrs N 11 Sons of London and themselvesNone a greater interest in maintaining the single gold standard than the Rothschilds and the Bel largestholdersearth The agency through which tney KentuckyIsroad company Now as in 1896 that corporation employs every known en gine of coercion and intimidation partyNow monej gathered by it from the people of Kentucky to send broadcast over the corn pnonwealth many thousands of free subIIldlzedthe Democratic party and its candl dates that malignity end mendacity oCKen1tuckyof the Louisville and Nashville road company Mr Milan H RailI an opsn letter that that engaged in the effort to defeat the Democratic party and its candidates and furthermore that It will desist from this effort only when a pledge Is given not to do anything to those who control the affairs of corporation thatI In other words the owners of corporation which the people of tucky created by act of their general assembly assume to decide for the people of the commonwealth what laws shall and what laws shall not be enacted and what laws shall and what laws shall not be enforced There Is therefore distinctly and unequivocally presented to the people of Kentucky the question whether their laws shall be made and executed by themselves through their duly chosen servants or whether the ex ercise of the sovereign powers of gov ernment shall be turned over to the most powerful corporation in the com mcmveaUt I do net believe that the people of Kentucky are ready to abandon gov ecirent of by and for the people and to substitute therefor government by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company for the benefit of the Roths childs and the Belmonts But that question must be determined In this contest Applause There Is no fact better established than that during the canvass preced ing the recent Democratic state con venton and during that convention the Louisville and Nashville company left undone nothing RailroadIIts power to control the action convention That that is sufficiently attested by the patform adopted and the ticket nominated by the convention and the open letter of Mr Milton H Sriith And when this corporation failed to control the Dem ocratic state convention then its agents attempted to break up that convection in order to prevent the cotrlratlon of candidates upon the platform that had been adopted Pending the Democratic canvass the Repub tan state newspaper organ the Louisville Commercial on March 24 1S99 said this on its editorial page cccterrlng the LoulsVllle and Nash ville Railroad company and its at tempt to control the Democratic state conventionA Republican View It appears therefore that at least KntuckyIsfact is of great Interest ad concern to the people of this state That It Is a menace to the public welfare is not corporaItlon doImaInbUSIjneESnied by any cltzen who will reflect upon the existing situation and note how similar it is to that whch has precedinginterests If a railroad corporation candlIdateand overwhelming protest from the people it will of course not stop at so modest a beginning in the exercise of political power If it needs a governor legIslaturern attorney general and a complete staff of subservient state officials And If it may have and own a governor It may have and own all the others It determInationlegislation and then in executive direc tion it may ultimately fix by law Its own rates for the carriage of freights and passengers and compel everybus iness interest In Kentucky to pay trib ute to its insatiate greed The Commercial utters this note of warning to the people of Kentucky and It admonishes the great railway company which appears to be chiefly concerned that it is entering upon a dangerous campaign It may nomI- nate for governor but it will subse quently face an infuriated people atIthe polls It will not be permitted govern this state It would better not undertake the job pUblishedthethat the Louisville and Nashville Rail road company If it controlled the Democratic state convention would desert the Republican paty and fail to support it with the sinews of war in the approaching election because if that corporation could control tbe Democratic convention dictate ita platform and nominate Its candidates RepublicanNotwithstanding this warning of the Republican state organ the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company has undertaken the job of electing 3 governor and other state officers butt is attempting to elect not the Democratic but the Republican candidates This attempt is a to the public welfare the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company will face an infuriated people at the polls and it will not be permitted to govern the state although It has undertaken the job Applause SILVER AN ISSUE Kentucky Democratic Platform Favors the White Metal The platform adopted by the De mocracy of Kentucky this year is as clear and unequivocal a defiance of all the forces of monopoly and concentrated wealth as the national platform of 1896 itself It reaffirms without qualification that national platform freeIa medium of exchange It is an established economic principle that as the volume of primary money which is the basis of all business exchanges decreases the value of all property measured In the medium of exchange decreases moneyincreasesured in or by It Increases Also as the amount of primary money is lessened the purchasing power of the dollar Is increased From the founda tion of the government until 1873 both gold and sliver constituted primary money of this countrybeIng freely received at the mints without discrim ination against either metal and without charge for mintage In 1873 without demand therefor from any political party without discussion of the mat ter without open or public demand from any business Interest but secretI Ir and surreptitiously sneer monetized and gold was made tile aol primary money The volume of pre mary money was thus cut In half the value of all things measured in money was likewise cut in half and the value or purchasing power of all credits was doubled Thin act was done In the in terests of the holders of the bonds another securities of the American peo plOk It doubled the value or purchasing power of all dbts the American peopl owed It depreciated at least onehalf the value of all property that tfo American people possessed or might produce The great creditor nation of the world In 1873 was England and there the great bulk of American se curities was owned The United State5Iwas the great debtor nation of 1873 imposed upon this country the monometallic system of the greatest creditor of this country England That system is as much a British system now as It was In 1873 An American policying silver to its constitutional place as- a money metal The bimetallist asks nothing from government upon this subject except to undo the wrong It has done He proposes no mere ex pedient He Insists upon a return the wise conservatism of the toI of the republic The struggle for return to this system has now contin ued for a quarter of a century That struggle must succeed The demon etization of silver was a fraud upon every solvent mana theft from every everylaborer justiceThein the past In this contest sides with the struggling masses who produce the wealth and pay the taxes The Re publican party now as In the past ranges Itself with the Idle holders of Idle capital with the bondholder and the money changer The Democrats of Kentucky declare that their faith In bimetallism has been vindicated by events that the necessity for the res toration of the double standard was acknowledged by President McKinley and the congress when in 1897 a commission was sent to Europe to entreat other nation to aid us In reestablish ing bimetallism that the failure of this commission to secure European cooperation establishes the fact that the free coinage of silver can come only throu the Independent actinof the United States and that present leg1 ratio of 16 to 1 is theIonly ratio at which bimetallism be restored and that opposition that ratio Is confined to those who op pose bimetallism at any ratio and to those who ignore the reasons which led three national conventions to adopt it- And in order to emphasize as noth- Ing else could emphasize their conviction and purpose with reference to this great question the Democracy of Kentucky have in their platform nom presidencyBryan and as their candidate to suc ceed William Lindsay in the federal senate Joseph C S Blackburn Great cheeringIDEADLY TltUSTSIPolicy of the Democratic and Repub Beau Parties Aptly Compared The Democratic platform pledges the party to renewed efforts to sup press the trusts It declares in favor of an amendment to the statute now on the statue antitrustIing nonenforcible any by any trust or any trust with a view to fix or regulate prices or control production In other words no trusts and perImlttedthat Is the product of any trust The trust is among the greatest the evils of the time Trusts ofI formed and operated through corpora ions The corporation is a creature of the government Theoretically all corporations are created for the pub privIlegeslaws should be enacted to prevent the abuses or to revoke the privileges abused The tendency of the trusts of this day Is to produce a condition like that which was produced by what was known as the feudal system in Europe 400 and 500 years ago Our histories teach us that In that time and under that system nearly all wealthwhich then consisted largely in landwasowned by a select class known as the nobility The great body of the people were tenants and servitors upon the land many passing with the land like the cattle upon it With the develop ment of constitutional liberty the feudal system disappeared The trust of this day tends to impoverishment of the many to enrich the few It means purbasethe power thus acquired to plunder the masses of the people It enables productionducer consumerand employe alike It means what the concentration of great wealth in the hands of the few has meant in all ages and in all coun tries the making of mere dependents deprivinghempendence It is founded in heartless greed and is at war with fundamental principles cf republican institutions and the dearest rights of mankind Republican government can not coexist with complete domination of the trust Carried to its logical conclusion the trust Is more destructive of individual independence than a monarchical form of government Either the people must control the trusts or the trusts will rule the people The chief means through which trusts are established and maintained are the single gold standard and a high protective tariff The Democratic party Is and always has been unalterably opposed to both the Republican party is responslbe for both Applause The socalled Sherman antitrust law enacted by congress contains a section declaring that no proceeding shall be Instituted under it except upon direction of the United States district attorney for the district In which the proceeding is brought or upon the direction of the attorney general of the United States No grand jury can act independently under the law The law has been a dead letter ever since its enactment It nevr was intended to be enforced and never will be by a Republican administration Mr Attorney General Grlggs has publicly declared his reason for his failure to enforce the federal antitrust statute to be that the federal government can n suppress them and that the trust question is one that must be dealt with by the states them selves At the last session of the Kentucky general assembly the Democratic ma rtty of se of representatives byIrwhich in my Judgment would have proved effective to crush the operations of the irwts in this state IB both the houss ot representatives and the senate every Republican vote was cast against this bill It failed of pas sage in the senate solely because there two members elected as Democrats joined with the entire Republican membership of that body in voting against It Notwithstanding this record of the Republican party in both nation and state the Republican plat ptedgsthenecessarytoAnd Mark Hanna the real head ot the Republican party in this nation the gatherer and disburser of the Im mense corruption fund used to make McKinley president which included sugartrustwhom the powers of government were by the Republican party bartered to the contributors of this fund in order that they might not only reimburse but magnificently compensate them selves by levying tribute through unequal laws upon the people Hanna manipulatorsally had the recent Republican state convention in Ohio to denounce the trustsThe Republican party has become merely the political agent of the money power and the trusts It holds powerInthe use of immense corruption funds contributed by the money power and the trusts and it uses the powers of government chiefly to repay the con tributors of those corruption funds It exalts money the servant it debases man the master Applause Lincolns Warning policiesrecall the language of one of the great men of that party In a to congress in 1861 Abraham Lincoln said this Monarchy Itself Is sometimes hint ed at as a possible refuge from the power of the people In my present position I could scarcely be justified were I to omit raising a warning voice against this approach of returning des potism It Is not needed or fitting here that a general argument should be made In favor of popular institutions but there is one point with its connection not so hackneyed as most others to which I ask a brief attention It Is to the effort to place capital on an equal footing with if not above labor in the struure of government It Is assumed that labor is available only in connection with capital that nobody labors unlesssomebrdy else owning capital somehow by the use of It induces him to labor Labor Is prior to and Independent of capital Capital is only the fruit of labor and could never have existed If labor had not first existed Labor Is the superior of capital and deserves much the higher considerationIt through the party of Jef ferson and Jackson that this cation can be saved from complete subjec tion to the m ney power and the trusts Cheers The Democratic platform approves- of and the Republican platform demands the repeal of the statute amend ing the election law enacted by the last general assembly The gist that statute is that it takes from county judges and confers upon orI commissioners in each county power to appoint each year the prc clnct election officers that are to con duct elections the county commission ers being appointed by a state boardtof three commissioners chosen general assembly ELECTION LAW Its Real Provisions and Workings Are Lucidly Explained This statute was rendered neces sary by the frauds by which the vote of Kentucky was In 1896 taken from Bryan and given to McKinley By what means were these frauds In the election of 1896 committed By the deliberate and systematic violation of the most important provision of the secret ballot election law designed to prevent frauds namely that provision which directed that at each voting precinct there shall be a division of the election officers among the polit ical parties contesting in the election There never was a secret ballot elec tlon law enacted anywhere that did not contain that safeguard against fraud Why is that provision so Important Because by other of the law it is directed provIsionsI ately upon the closing of the polls the ballots shall be counted and immedi countingbetestifyIngInhow he voted It is obvious that under such a system if election officers act corruptly they can with impunity make the result of an election what they choose without reference to how the votes were cast The ballots being destroyed and the voter prohibited from testifying how he voted It is im theIparty can see to Itand If they are honest they will see to It that no false count in the ballots is made and they will refuse to Join In certifying any other than the honest result From the time that the bill for the election law was offered in the anyIthingtion officers of the city of Louisville preclncts officer for Bryan This statement has never been questioned by any one majorityScounty for McKinley It would have been quite as easy to have made the majority 23000 and there can be no majorityIndistricts had not been underestimated by the Republican party leaders and their allies in that contest the McKIn- ley majority In Louisville and Jefferson county would have been much larger than it was We have the authority of Hon John S Rhea for this fact Several weeks before the election of 1896 it became known that the Republican county judge of Monroe county had grossly violated the law requiring a division of the election officers Mr Rheas brother and a friend went to Tompklnsville the county seat of Monroe county end called the attention of the county judge to this violation of the law and demanded a division of the election or fleers The county Judge promptly agreed to comply with the demand and told the Democrats to select their list of officers which they did and the eveningbeforerevoked the appointments thus made origInally Hon Godfrey W Hunter turned out the largest Republican majority the county ever gave There is nothing better known than the fact that In 1896 no definite knowl edge could be had as to what was the Republican majority In the Eleventh congressional district for a week after the election The reports as to what that majority was were changed everyday and the Republican majority grew with every change It Is reasonably certain that If the returns of the election In 1896 from the other parts of the state had not yet reached Frank fort the returns from the Eleventh congressional district would still beheld back In 1896 in the Eleventh congressional district the requirement of the law that the election officers should be divided among the political parties contesting in the election was wholly disregarded The records of the Bell county court show this remarkable fact concerning the election of 1896 One of the precinct election officers appointed by the county Judse of Bell county for one of the precincts of the town of MIddlesboro was Hon Daniel G olson then the Republican member of congress for that district and a candidate for reelection In that election Is It any wonder that a ma jority of 16000 was turned out for Mc Kinley In that district The wonder Is that the majority was not 26000 A Remedy In only one way could Indefinite repetition of these frauds be prevent ed That way was by changing the appointing power so as to render it certain that at every voting precinct In the commonwealth the DemocraticIparty would be real Democrats as well as the Repub lican party by two Republicans and this the new law does Applause utIteredwas no for offenses committed by penaltyI ficers was provided by the and there was no law orIfensesjudged as the advocates of the had contended that the penalties proj elecItlonthe enactment of the new law It was claimed that because the new statIute did not provide for appeals courts from decisions of election con test boards in election contests there fore that right was destroyed But the court of appeals decided as the Dem ocrats contended that the right of ap peal to the courts remained unaffected in every case in which there was such right before the new law was enacted The Republican platform declares that the law comiLits broad power to irresponsible commissioners not cho sen by or accountable to the people for their acts To whom Is a county judge In any of the mountain counties having large Republican majorities responsible And what would such a judge care for criticism because he had not In appointing election officers divided them among the old political parties Under the old law the action of the county judge In appointing election officers could not be reviewed nor could he be removed from office nor n any wise punished for disregarding the law governing the appointment of election officers There can scarcely be imagined a more irresponsible power than that conferred by the old law upon the county judge But the new law empowers the state commissioners to remove from office at any time any county commIs- sIoner so that whenever any county commissioner violates the law there is an immediate remedy by bringing the matter to the attention of the state boardIt was said this law was without precedent but in Ohio the Republican party has for years had In operation a law which vests in one man the secretary of state the power to appoint county election commissioners for all counties in the state save those con- taInIng the large Republican cities and in those excepted counties which usually go Republican even when the state goes Democratic the power to appoint the election commissioners is vested In the mayors The Republican press of Ohio of course continues to denounce the infamous Kentucky election law In Virginia the home of Jefferson the father of the Democratic party the general assembly at every ses sion by joint resolution appoints board of three election commissioners for every county In the commonwealth who in turn appoint the registration and election officers Mahoneism has given the people of Virginia a proper appreciation of the importance of this subject and they have therefore placed it upon the same plane with the highest function of governmentthe exer- cIse of the sovereign legislative power In Tennessee the home of Jackson than whom there was no greater Democrat nor truer man the governor an nually appoints three election commissioners for each county who in turn appoint the election officers The people of Tennessee have had a longer experience with Republican frauds under a secret ballot system than have the people of Kentucky and that ex- perIence has taught them what is necessary to prevent those frauds Phase of the Opposition I have confidence not only in the wisdom but in the integrity of John W Daniel and compeers Virginia and Isham G Harris Benton McMIl lin Robert 1 Taylor William B Bate and other Democrats of Tennessee Their brand of Democracy Is good enough for me even If it does not suit the tastes of Mr Henry Watterson and Colonel W C P Brecklnridge and I believe that these Tennesseeans and Virginians have at least as much honesty as W Godfrey Hunter W S Taylor and other Republican party leaders of Kentucky Applause The character of the opposition to this law Is the best evidence of its necessity and wisdom Every corrupt and malign Influence in the commonwealth or out of It that concerns Itself with our elections opposed the enactment qf this law denounces it now and demands it repeal When the bill for the law was pending the railroad lobby the book trust lobby and every other corrupt Influence at Frankfort used every possible means to defeat itEvery influence and agency that fought the Democracy In 1896 and helped to steal Kentuckys vote opposed the enactment of this law and is against it nowThe best test of any law is its practical operation In November of last year we had an election nnder this law It Is conceded that that election was as fairly conducted as any election ever held in the commonwealth Two contests for seats In congress grew out of that election both contests being made by the Republican candidates but In neither case as there any claim of wrong under or by reason of this law Judge Jones the Republican candidate for judge of the court of ap rzawdefeated Nsitier hs nor say one elnhas even pretended that wrong rf ar lialawGovernorto the general saga this assembly that a tEd ytofton frauds The bill for the new laydid not meet hIs views and hI vetoed thenewn iemandsNo wellInformed fairminded doubts that but for this law man t1ecourtforthisrrtheV would have been determined rnw a favor of the Republican party wsopponents horeitionsT marketHanra1896 parrstealIt destroys the r dewhich the Democracy of K InvaiHannalsmto prevent a repetition of the rh 1896 Applause 119andthe bill offered by Senator M i and passed at the last session f general assembly which was by the governor If that bill had become a 01empoweredfor the carrying of freights on roads In commonwealth in to prevent discrimination aritlon Several years before tt e assembly had enacted setim M the Kentucky statutes which J tobypenality for Its commission r 1896 the court of appeals a i this statute insufficient to srv prosecution because the gr u sembly had not by law fixed a mum rate for freight r commadoy biliitupon complaint of extortion to pnonextortionate rate was being rrto fix a just and reasonable rate should be the maximum rate after to be charged and the be extortion3ICHORD3IKASrUK How It Would Operate to the Kentfit attire People From the foundation of the monwealth to the present tim statute law has fixed the charge w mightfrom a pike road From the founda nthearlagIs it that railway corporations shun be above the law The Louisville and Nashville Rt road company exacts from the p of Hardin county more to carry f to and from the Louisville cut frpighrtweenthan four times the distance Tcompany exacts more for r Ing coal from the Earlir mines In Hopkins county to Mar viile In the same county thanacts to carry coal from these nc through Madisonville in the Ban train and drawn by the same lord tlve engine to Evansville Irrt Chesapeake and Ohio Railwav gfrom v Sterling than It charges to oary r from those mines through Mr St ling to Lexington The Louisville Nashville Railroad company rhv more to carry freight over th K tucky Central division fromCinn to Falmouth and Cynthlana thI charges to carry freight to Lrxnc These are examples of a prarricf Is followed by railroad corp all over the commonwealth w there Is not competition by rat water At noncompetitive poirts way freight charges are made cordance with the axiom of raiv management once expressed by William H Vanderbilt and as cording to the rule enunciated i v Collls P Huntington namely All Li the traffic will bear In the last report to the eon r the United States interstate corrm commissioners declare It to be Iai to the preventing of extortion discrimination by railway corpora In interstate freight carrying power be conferred upon that come slon to fix maximum rates And in that report the result of the war this power by the commission is clared to be A gross discrimination ber T individuals and gross preferences tween localities which almost alw favor the strong and oppress the w Probably no one thing today does much to force out the small opt r and build up those trusts and m olies against which law and pY opinion alike beat in vain as dlsr ru nation in freight rates Many of the states have suh as was contemplated by the Men yd bill among them Nebraska The test with reference to this mattpr Kentucky is substantially that wiMr Bryan fought In Nebraska to h taln lower freight rates for the p of that state and to prevent favorit m between individuals and localities Th Nebraska railroad commission u ilr the law of that state fixed maximim rates for railway freight carrying The railway corporations contested in the courts the validity of the law coat ring the power to fix rates upon the commission and also justness rthe rates fixed That litigation was rled to the supreme court of the i it ed States and there the Nebraska aw was adjudged valid but the cause was remanded for the fixing of a greater rate than that fixed by commission which the court adjudged to be via low In that contest the people of Ne braska were represented by their attorney Mr William Jennings Bryan The decision In the Nebraska case was rendered after the adjournme of the general assembly that passel the McChord bill That derision es tablishes the proposition that was affirmed by the advocates of the Mc Chord bill In the discussion concern Ing it namely That by conferring upon a railway commission the power to fix maximum rates no wrong can come to raHway corporations because fCOSTtMOED FOURTH rAOEl