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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a THEu RICHMOND CLIMAXt itf 5 4 VOLUME 26v RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1899 NUMBER 19 J A For Rent Choice of three good i office rooms over Doug las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable rfghtroom residence with modern conven iiiices GRIGGSBY MUNCEY EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC TION AGENCY R LEE DAVIS Manager I 1 arm Mineral and Timber t Lands bought and sold on commission Aivoimts in aud out of the City taken for Oottectioix t6Wrte urcaPl on tfte for frtreV V llicu taTS KTIltoome Mobcrloy Build v Kicliinonil Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDSI AUOn1 YS p E ROBERTS SliNBYATLAW liriri t ND KENTUCKY j ipi1ioberley Building JL awIIJILER ATTORKKTATLAW rtiriiMOXD KEjrrocicr i in the Burnam Building next door to rs National Bank fcVSly SULLV AN tJtTrOR CIIr1L iKlMONT KENTUCKY t IV T Taylors tlrfrdware store op r Court House on Main Street m 1 HOGS IA1TNEY AT LAW t rviin KENTUCKY mne 13 First St np stairs 31 30 C CDMOIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW t R IIMOND KENTUCKY ii OR Second street over Chen t at 4W R 1ETCHER YlwllIeyatLaw KENTUCKY tf with T Smith Jr over t tii MitchuUV I Ca UowryAt- torneyatLawI Ir1y llnlliHng RiIioiit1I- YPSI9IAS I iS JIBSON GIBSON 15WIANAND SURGEON i MiNi KENTUCKY re tie Joe 1in bmlding IS and to Sec over Vnue eld drugstore HAS HOOKER i 1 ETERMARYSUJtOEONi- irwluaU Ontario Ytlerinary Collfgt v rinary DentWry and Sterility a Specialty n office up Ntairs over itore recently accu r bv Harness Co East Main St bnioncl Kyaprlly IllC JASPER M D Medicine and Sundry Olhce Prathor Ituildine Main trect Itcphone at rciitlence the Cure iLcc llrondway LKIIMOSD KwrnicarY EVANS At IJ GW PIIYBCIAN AND SnoioN RICHMOND KENTUCKY DRTJTAYLOK Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY USOffice and residence on Second Street DENTAL SURGERY iDT a TT 1t 1tODS01 DEXTIST topLouisviLut KY ffrOfflce next door to Government Batldlng l1jhmSod Ky Office hourn9 to 121 to uoTl7ly DIl FRED SMITH I DENTIST xirOlfice over Collins erysAIDe office lately occupied by Dr W W DurRin JanU1 Dr Louis H Landraa No W West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio be at the Hotel Ziramer Blchmond Ky or FRIDAY OCT 11 1899 rcarnlng every lecond Wednesday o eac month Beference every physician of Rich nd Ky hl6ly I Ikinh ani Ohio Mlmy Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Ml Sterling and Lexington Accom 55 an I 4crn Express for 7 30 an pnNEAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 all Limited K F VUM ar I pWashingtonAccommodation trains run dally except SOn u y Other trains run Throughalcepingand dining car cenice iH w York For information rates orsleeperreservation Alt 03 Or write It IIOOD Agebt LNJtyRichmond Ky Cr aEOKQS W SABN EY- D P A C a 0 By Lexington Ky WINDOW GtJsg iCOLD WEATHER IS NOW I upon us So now is the time to put in your GLASSand keep out the cold We have a very large stock of Glass bought before the large ad vance in prices We are therefore able to make you very low prices whilst our stock of sizes are complete fl TJT forget our WALL- PAPERUu1t 1 for FIVE CENTS on up inprice Our Mixed PAINTS 110 per gallon WINDOW SHADES TEN CENTS on up Neat PICTURE FRAMES TWENTYFIVE CENTS Picture Frames Wall Paper Window Shades Houldinjjs Glass Paints Oils Varnishes STOt THE LARGEST PRICES JtE LOWEST GB QtM J1tti 2JJ fr UK STREE- TRICHMOND KY Dr K Goldstein The Optic Specialist = of No 5U Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Glyndon Uotfl Richmond DIONDAY NOVEMBER 1st returning one day cachtnonth fiyes exam med and glassc Bclentifically adjuslcil PURITY OF TONE combined with great range and power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano Being n Inslnl of very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as well as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We have several styes Some in Mahogony Rosewood etc Prices range from 22500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Take My Advice I Go to F J Veneers jewelry store about that Eva Trouble ot yours Doing without SPECTACLES OR EYEGLASSES or wearing those not suited to Vou are equally injurious in certain casts WELL EXAMINE YOUR EYES free of charge and tell you whether you need Glasses Wo have all styles and prices and hnoy Ave can please you whother you huyor not F J YEAGER No 28 2tl St Richmond Ky sepS1y ANOTHER LOT of liardtorbreakV QKOCKERT Jltl- GLASSWIRE has arrived and the wiso housekeeper will not miss the opportunity to buy when very article has tho durability of two of the ordinary kind a a This is Queensware worthy of the i name It is high quality clean through Dont these prices ettenu 1 w come 9 Glass Fruit Saucers 25 to DOe pcf iloz- s Glass Tumblers 25 40 60 OOtaoti 1 I perdoz Vtlf CiI DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR GOVERNOR HON WILLIAM GOEBEL- OF KENTOX COUNTY ri X FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 3C W ECKAU- QIjELSON COUNTY FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL R J ISRECKINRIDUK OPBOYLE OUXTY- FOR AUDITOR GUSCOULTER OK GRAVES COUNTY FOR TREASURER WHAGER OF BOYD CODNTY FOIl SECRETARY OF STAT- EQALEBBRECKINRIDE 1JILL OF CLARK COUNTY POll COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE IN NALL OF JKKFERSON COUNTY ion SUIT OF PUBLIC INSTUOTION H V J10CHESNEY- OF LIVINGTON COUNTY ron DtSTvCOLOf ttT BTfiHLlXa REPnESENTArIVEHON MADISON COUNTY you COUNTY JUDGfe N fl- ANNOONCMZN7F COY foYt 5TYCiEa r ARCRKAVANAUGIIto the action of the Democratic Party We arc authorized to announce C II RAY BURN a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County ClerkubJect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce fMMILLEB a candidate for Clerk sub ject to the action of the Democratic party JESSiCOBOto the action of the Democratic patty Poe iIUW We are authdrSzeA to F WAGERS a candidate for herBbil4 n county subject to the action of the Democratic We ire anAomed ioi ounce ioiIN W n LIA1n 61yrt fitati h a candidate for Sheriff sW4ect to the ctioD of the Democratic party We ire actftorlzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison object to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce P B BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD hAll a candidate for Assessor of Madison countySUbJect to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce Q W DEATH ERAOE a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PARRI3II a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB CHIEF OF roLleR We are authorized to announce EVERETT BERRY for Chief of Police for the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce J H ALL MAN a candidate for Chief of Police subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J D FEENY a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond Ky subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB We are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS oCr leading tailor a candidate for Councilman in the Court House Precinct sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DRV H IIOBSON a candidate for Councilman from the Court House precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are anthorized to announce C A TAYLOR a candidate for Councilman In the Courthouse Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce aT WELLS for Councilman from the City Hall precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES B STOUFFER a candidate for Councilman from the University Preclnctfsnbject to the action of the Democratic party SIGNS OF THE TIMES The following are a few of the thou antis of cxpreseioua rfayorablo to next Governor Goebel Nearly half ol them are from preachers of prominence AH tho expressions are from prominent men Every man who knows Mr Goe bel well does not hesitate to indorse him It is only the corporation con trolled newspapers and a few people whom they have misled that are opposing him Read these expressions of praise and admiration I lovo Goebolfor the enemies hahas made Hon E H Thrclkeld Owen ton Ky I am fur Gotbel and shall vote for him Rev J W Oliver Lyon county Den PerUids is the only bolter in Todd county Hon R T Daniel ElktonjKy There are no hollers In Garrard county Hon J M Logan Lancaster JCy Casey county is going stronger for Goebel Rev B B Mahoney Stan ford Ky I know William Goebol lie is a man to trust IteVFWTibbu Mt Sterling XyV JjGoebol will crimpson county by 500 majority j JohwBurliam FrankI lin ly i U I ani for Goebel for Governor against the world tticrfleah and the devil Rev R L West I am for Goebel and want to see him elected Governor Rev W F Taylor Shelbyville Ky I think Goebelyis a great man and will take pleasure Jn yoUng for him Rev W S Payne By actual count there are only four bolters In all Carter county Judge E B Wilholt Grayson Ky Yes I am for Goebel because he is the friend of the oppressed Rev William Stanley Danville Ky Set mo down for Goebel ROT Charles Nouree pastor Southern Pres byterian church Princeton Ky I regard Goebel as the ablest Demo crat in Kentucky and I am for Mm Rev i Potty Williamstown Kyt Titers is nothing in it but Goebel The way wen win will be ft wonder Col Ike Morgan llarrodsburp Ky- ILlweiuJn Kentucky I wonld vote for 3lNItor Goebel Rood und strong Host W Jt Carter Paris Tennessee tM iMawmU of PalasW anPtoltd fee jl i cJ t otAi432SOLVIELY PURE Makesthefood more delicious wholesome 1 Inow ttnm romt Goebel No trouble with bolter there Hon George W Tate Somerset Ky Losjin and Warran counties will roll ap their old time Democratic majorities forGoebel lIon J B Hines Russell villo Ky I was against Goebel but the L Ns free tickets are more than I can stand I nm for Goebel lon S D NeelyFranklin Ky I bavo always been a Republican but I shall work and vote for the elec tion of Mr Goebpl Hon Lee Turner Middeloboro Ky Mr Goebele public record is without a flaw life life is as pure as Kentucky womanhood Hnn Clarence M Finn Owehsboro Ky- Hendraot cotihty the home county of John Youhg Brown will not poll over votes for tire bolting ticket Hon Sterling Prloo Henderson Ky Goebel is a great man and deserves the support of every good man citizen Rev D T Hodge pastor Cumberland Presbyterian church Princeton Ky There are no such things as bolters among the Democrats of our county Cnlloway and none in Todd county where I married Mr Clrarles L Hill MnrrylyAn pthne melricin chfzen is the noblest Work of GthIal sUch a man is William Gtfebel Congressman ChArles K Wlieeter I belfeVe ilr tioeb l will iriak one of the best Governors Kentucky has ever had I am for him Hon G L Hamilton Hodgonville Ky Goebel is thc best and bravest Demo crat that over carried the partys ban ner in Kentucky lion Ward Headly Caldwell county Brown Cannot poll over 50 vote in Union county and not over that num ber in Henderson our neighboring county lion W C Bland U iontown Ky The statement that I am against Goe bel is a lie lam for him and yilldo all I can for him William Iteming ton Editor Paris Democrat Paris Ky We dont have bolters among the Democrats of Spencer county and 1 hear of very few anywhere in our section of the State Hon Chits Hough Taylorsville Ky Hurrah for Goebel Inclosed find my cheek for 100 for campaign cx penses T D Lnckett Clarksville Term to the Democratic Committee of Triple county The Democratic party was never in any better shape in Bell county and we will give an increased Democratic vole in November B O Cunningham elli tor Middlesboro Record I believe Mr Goobel stands between the peoples rights and the greed of cor porations and is In every way the ioor mans friend T H Radkln Berry Ky Mr Badkin has been a life lie publican We realize that J Y Brown is a stalking horse for Taylor and Ander son county will give a large Democra tic majority Hon J W Shouts Lawreuceburg Ky I have known Wm Goebel for twen ty years In ability he is the peer of of any man and his moral character is above reproach Hon James B Mc Creary Richmond Ky- I have known Goebel for a IonR time He drove lottery gambling out of the State Ho is the enemy ofall gambling and vice and every man in the State ought to vote for him Rev W B CooperI not propose to aid tile Taylor Brown combination in iheir efforts to oppress the people of Kentucky I am for Senator Goebel and will do every thing in my power to aid him in securing his electIon Hon T F Cur ley Walton Ky Goebel will beolectedby 25000 ma jority and my deur old friend John Brown will be buried beyond the heads of tho political resurrection or redemptious ExUov T T Critteu den Tim best thing that can happen in the State Is the election of the Democratic ticket audI intend to vote for it speak for if and work for it Judge James P Tarvin Covill tot Ky I am for Mr Goebel because he is for the people because his opponents and enemies have never yet shown me wherein I would be committing a wrong in voting for him because the campaign being waged against him is a campaign of slander Rev J R Crandall Pastor Methodist Church HodgenvHIe Ky Ills Life Was Saved Sir J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened Iwas BO weak I couldnt oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected tosoon die Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis covery One bottle gave great relief I continued to use it nnd now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle freo at Perry Thomas Drug- Store every bottle guaranteetl2 A strong minded female Fuffrapist from this country undertook to convert Emperor William to her views He liatentled politely but answered he agreed with his wife that women have no business to Interfere with anything oniside of children church kitchen An ldtls The Plow Boy PreaeherTt1RevJ SBJStAfterlung trouble for tan crs I was cured by Die Minute Cough Care It IoU that ie claimed for Itand mOieItcures c Wfc riMB awl all fwrtIiMNMI iMA I C i BAKING rOW i ALMOST HERE Tho Coming ol the Worlds Greatest Amuse t meat Enterprise The death walls of the city and also of the country for miles around have been covered with highly colored posters announcing the forthcoming visit of tim famous Adam Forepaugh and Sells Brothers combined circuses me nngeries and hippodromes The date of tho exhibition in this city is Monday Oct With the visit ot this aggregation the people of this city Will be afforded an opportunity til witnsing the performance of tho wdrlda really greatest tented ent rpriseand Sn fact the only big circus now In America The Bar QUID and Bailey Show which lias long occupied first place in the hearts of the people of this serli not the coun try has U m them being now a fixed British institution Trie Fore panith and Sells BrotliVrs circus Is In tended fo be its worthvsucceflsor Mr Jam A Bal1oyhio Napoleon of the arenfc world lias intended tIt such and has Been the movinfc etftrit fn tliei- nterestsgreatest consoIfdatWnofcircns that tile worfd Tins ever known Thed rectpryaiVd operators of the and Sells Brothers com Dalleviall names to conjure with in thinking of out door amusements Tames A Bailey needs no introduction Peter and Lewis Sells are the Baruums of the business west of the Allegheiiiep W AY Cole once a great factor in cir cus management in this country but has recently returned from abroad where he has astonished the natives of Vienna Berlin and Paris wi h an ex hibition of American ingenuity in so far as relates to the exploitation of cir cuses Ho has again taken up the reins of management where he left off ten years ago Tho publication of the names of the sponsors of the forthcom hug exhibition should be sufficient guarantee of its merit- iJimarclCg Iron serve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremen dous energy are not found where Stom ach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and tho success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They de velop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thouias Drug Store 2 MARRIED MoFFETTMcFADDBN Finding that it is not well for man to live aloneRev A S MofTetr late pastor of the 1resby terlan church here and now of Lebanon was married at Murfreesboro Tenn Wednesday to Miss Clemme McFadden of that city The wedding is a great surprise to his friends Harry Moflett son of the groom who was here yesterday says that the bride is 23 years old and that she used to teach in the Sunday school of his fathers church at Liberty Mo where he first met her The family seems to be pleased with the marriage Lacy a son attendingthe ceremony Stanford Journal Rev Mr MofTetts two sons spoken of aboye are graduates of Central Uni versity and have many friends here President King Farmers Bank Brooklyn Michigan has used DeWitts Little Early Risers in his family foi years Says they are the best These constipationhilinuJness troubles 1erry Thomas New Director Elected The Richmond Electric Company met at the office of Judge French Tip ton Monday night and elected Dr H C Jasper oueof the board of directors instead of J W Creole resigned The officers now are D J Manes President ILL Perry Vice President vice Tip ton resigned French Tipton General Manager i Frank Adalr Sec and Treas urer Dr II C Jasper Director The officers of the company sro actively looking niter tho welfare of the conk pany and lending every assistance to the temporary receiver to eecufo the success of tho enterprise When our boys were almost dead from whooping cough our doctor gave One Minute Cough Cure They recov ered rapidly writes P B Belles Argyle r It cures coughs colds grippe and all throat and lung troubles Perry Thomas BIRTHS GIOVANNOUThiS is the third time the CLIMAX hitS notified the citizens of the United States Porto lUco and the Philippines that the House of Giovan uolihasan heir The Lancaster Re cord thus pleasantly remarks upon this important historical event Wo met Harry Qiovannoli local editor of the Advocate in Danville Friday and the clever qiilll driver wore a smile as broad as a barn door Rush ing up nearly out of breath he said Cllts a boy and looks just like me We tried to extend congratulations bat Harry continued to hop about like a hen on a botgrlddlo and didnt stop to listen If little Harry grows to be as clever a fellow as his daddy Mrs Giovannoli should be very proud of him It did me more good than anything I ever used My dyspepsia was of months standing eatin it was terrible Now I am weUwrite S B Keener Hohincton Kansas Of Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure It diests what you eat Perry Thomas Several saloon keepers in Munches ter 01 have adopted a novel method tl keep loafers away from the front ol their places of justness on Sunday Early every Snmlay noruingthe wui dow sills and door steps are treated to s fresh coat of paint This prevents tin loafers from dropping Into ax eaty poa ture end they mof eu to a atorti in yjUa ple I NmW Toni fASHIONS Black undenvareis all the rage in Paris Tight fitting dresses are being replaced by those with easier and more graceful lines anti artistic drapfngs China crape and moosseline de sole combine charmincly in a very recher che costume shown at Lord Taylors A dressy antum mantle is a halffit ting redingote of drab cloth the front sleeves and short cape being ornament el with narrow black satin bands cut crosswise A walking gown of pastel blue cloth has short vest corsage cut away in front and opening with wide lapels over a white frilled muslin waist coat Boleros plastrons shirred fronts awl all sorts of dressy appliances appear upon the waists of most every costume except the regulation tailor affair Fall frocks Shown by Best t Co for little girls are milch brightened by guimpes of gay plaid silt They ah further enchanced bv trimmings of nar row silk or veivet ribbon sterling buckles and lace anplldues A pretty little Jacket is bt smooth broad cloth wit short dO bebreasttid box front and lRhCflttinjj btkvithi tails Immense rosettes appear on Gains much1tilteSable IfeaVer or Persian latno may do for the t 1rf ayopnj pirljs coat VELYN CABLE YOtT ARE A DEMOCRAT andof coursewant a Democratic news paper The Chicago Dispatch is the Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of tho Country It advocates the readoption of the platform and the re nomination of William Jennings Bryan There has never been a political cam paign that will equal in importance that of the one to be fought next year The Republican party backed by the money power of this country and Europe is alert and aggressive Flushed with tho victory of three years agpjt will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy Democrats must be up and doing They must wage an unceasingwar upon their enemies In no better and more effective way can this be lone than by the circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers The publisher of The Chicago Dispatch will send to every new subscriber for three months at copy of The Chicago Dispatch for ten cents If you are not already tak ing this great political weekly send in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce nil vonr friends to join with yon By a little effect you can easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan anti other Democratic leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue octltf Chicago Illinos M ++ CALL AT + + + + dtlfflSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dating clerks Pennine Santoa Water Kept on Tap sssssssss sssssissssss Phone 3 Second St RICmiOND KY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures HeartburnFlatulence gestionPreparedFor sale byFerry Si Thomas 1fJ1 tIf DHtrtKt TfctLeadlng Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHI- O250000Car d VECURESTRICTURE IIgcJmtna Klassharp cutting rains at time tiiht Iii iycakIfA3 of nervOus debilitythey haro IHltIC TDUK let doctor erlCrlmtnlon E you by citticc ftrelchln or t rir j willietum f MJBNT absorbs tho heneomnoTMthotrictnropermancnllT K5 1opainnoffeiou 1xncthoJ Ilio rtxuaIorganarotreagth cned Tho ncrrca nro inigoretctl andIno bh of manhood returns GLEETInIJIs nnllil4litrroutlnulllt IG unconciongfthocuo fci i Wcakncs tnntturai Fail jag Manhood Kcnroume Poor Slem 8cnUnnWeak iIk ieoeral JJcprcuinn lAck lihmhkculrttemaybe iho canc Duutenulthmil r Inth6gUllet to experiment on rn Consult ofJliofIcnnnd j MKTIIOU TKliArjIKST mil rori W tIllArfor ff cinnocue Term mooernlc furacre CURES GUARANTEED a tItONSVARRfIIJrHIUTXSES IUIINrYIIn nLA lTIFIt Diwat IOOKSFfiKFIlOllIETREAT3IKNT xsKENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CIKCIKHATI O ill Bends Broken OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES breaks all records Never before in the history of our town was there a more complete line offered the people Every shoo has been bought at tho very lowest market price and wo are in a position to givo our customers Tto Most Taliu For Th least MONEY WE CAN FIT YOU Our shoes are made to fit You will find no trouble in getting a fit here We have all thats LATEST all thats GOOD O 1 e We hayc a few summer goods left that we will sell you at your own price They are all nice and good Nows yourchanee Yours for the Right Price Freeman Bros First Street Richmond Ky EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who haaa good sound reliable carriage under him He cfln rest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well made reliable pliretous carriages runabouts whalebone speeders or road carts that come what may on the road his wagon never will give way Wo have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka waysaud rubbertirocl IiI Rich mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works Another TurnI- F 13 of our price p tting wliqel Un s3nother opportunity II for the prudent buyer This iuter LIE ests Carpenters Builders and others who use- EJlI fn Screws Nails and Tools because AYO are makinr a Ljtlilthanstndardrate r f1D- E1 cr 1 =iBeeHs iand get prices on roofing and jrutjerfng WD BHCKLBY Tinner TAYLOR BROS i 0= 4 ti J t l CCQe iln 17 IDtfcledREPAIRING AND A SPECIALTY TIMEINO FINE WATCHES Ii 1 S a1 1 hV anl Qea All work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY HI I IandJ tS9have received a large shipment of the r handsomest couches ever brought to Rich f t t mand and will have them on special sale for t the next few weeks at prices ranging from 12 to 40 New fresh attractive designs and patterns I J t TAKE A PEEP into my store r and view the handsome line of desksa regular ava I I 11lanche at prices of beautywhich omt are beingoffered d Window IS- hadeso Among my harvest of furniture fancies there is g J iiiio- linemorecoin plete tinizi our beautifuldisplay of Window Shades Every stsle every color and every price Call and i examine the handsomest line of furniture to j be found in Central Kentucky SI NEVILLE MOBERLEY- c 220222 W Main StreetLDAY PHONE 23 RICHMOND KYNIGHT PHONE 23 al 1 81 d1hcj OF UBXIINOTOrV KY fcs 6 3 8 yJ jf rt 10aOOQPdIP UfLIYIWG BENEFITS YI 65000 RES1RTr MJYD SURPLUS 4 1ccwrWepay the same profits to the living that Insurance Com rjpay to tim estates of deceased largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of tho investor For ft particulars apply to L4 SMLTH BOWM7Th VN i SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY L MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky A Treatment That Cures Cancer n Nt Plaster No Paste Ho Catting No Suffering No Detention Frtm Busiiess Ki Danger No Failures and No Pay Uiless Cured II i The Surgeons knife and burning plasters and the horrible crndq methods heretofore employed in an attempt to cure cancer has leon forever displaced b thin advent Of Dr Registers New Serum and Antescotic fluid treatment This discovery works a new era In medical science and sufferers from Cancer Lupure Ulcers Tumors Goitre and Fistula can certainly be cured without tho horriMe torture attending the quack and Ignorant methods in vogue for a century thir tifty Veil defined ensis without a failure is time evidence to prove the merit of tins important musical discovery This new treatment is time result of a thor ouh study Uf malignant diseabesund Is based on the most rigid sole tifia princrnjesV FEMALE DISEASES Dr Register holds gold medals from leading medical colleges fur profidenojf diseases of women and for tho past ton yen re has confined his practice to fe Iin sufferers llisdiscoverieaof recent date for the cure of malignant disease thin to thereat Increase of cancer of the womb and female breiist A well tatilinrinin is employed by him at 100 Court street where his cotiri tummy devoted to ferualasuUVirors mid malignant disealim4 If suffering front J any disease peculiar to wiinjenor any manner malienantjCTowth or sortf write rt full and coacLentateinent of your case and get an honest expert opinion 1 free Cures wa bemadeiit home Adtires j tAtM 0ri tT itTlQGrt Stret fewphis Teziii 0 r 1 + 9 tJ rTffjI i TIITT1- i IF YOU WANT Boots and Shoes +t f 4iiit kL1I i vys RICE = 0 C4 i THE FALL AND IN MENS AND BOYSt 3tISksa a fMv hofl SUCCESSORS JR04MAT e- z bOFECONOMY JFOR WINTER SEASON 1a CLOTHINOfW t WE are prepared to clothe yon vitfi LowestPriced rightly lmade absolutely alwoiil Clotbing in AnioricA Iightlymade of fatuous Vitals Brand the only ReadytoWear f i iofltfug Tailored on strictly scientific hiss in clean well venti iff workroom Pisrfect fitting anti wearresisting because tho rip tho Vitiils the very life of the garment is carefulness in aking represents the expenditure of time and tlionght and Is 0amil he seen this season Many confined exclusively to in the 1Jfact of the above facts CThe most extraordinary feature combining p our great offerings is that we can and do p s Jsell our Clothing at less money ELSEWHEREp HAN a I it011Ilprn store constructed strictly on progressive plans our Clpthing sold on the smallest margin of profit depending on large volume t j j t1191h55 t It The more Clothing we sell greater our purchasing power y Lt lower our prices thats the story in nutshell xj11 Coviiigton Mitchell 8 rr r ia IikJ time by the forelock n If our taklnltXiJ r 418 illllfKH I is said there is no fcftl like an old fii tire are some young ones IV nvi clu ecron i+ + + 4 4 + Iw + + vI III +In Ili + t +++ J 4 ithe JI is it is the n f a us L t n tr the n a Vat a e Digestos stomachsheart25 c at all druggists No how timid a man may bo he is never bnckwrd about reminding you of a 1 Jt THE COMiNG Jr- t Of The New Obir Stocks are ming in 3 Bigger and better than ever A before All our famous spe t cialties besides exclusive 1r General Merchandise Black Goods In this department is to be found the large Jest handsomest and most varied assortment o- fiiv Black Goods ever brought to this market We have just opened another line of Blistered Crc- j A1+ pons beautiful designs in both Sik and Mohair A full line Lupins Cheviots the best Chev PrunellaIsI 6 yout6 40e All wool IIeflliCtthworth 5 i4 hOc Allwool Henriettaworth caI 75c A 11 wool sponged Cheviot85c quality c DTIl D1- W ll ID1j mraID New lines of Felt and Stitched oj Cloth Walking Hats hand ttsomely trimmed These are v the very newest things for travelingjind early fall wear v S12 5 A nexvTine of stylish Felt WAlking Hatsand Rough 3RbIr cirectR in pearl gray with white scarf and wnrtIiS25lIv stvlish Cloth Rough Rider t hat Bo sure and Inspect these 34 as they are very exclusive c SEE OUI5COTTON TOWELS BGiJN5a OUT OF TOWN ORDERS If you Are In neect of Millinery or anything in Dry Goods 4v Carpet Shoes or notions write to its for wimples or informa lion which will be cheerfully given as wd have correspond 1st ents to answer such letters v CLOTHING We have received our completestock of Mens and Chil 6drens Suits and Overcoats we be pleased to show our customers Boys School Suits selected with special ron oiisitleration for strength and durability Thousands coming in r quality suitable for all classes Stile and neatness are n part of every one of them 4SIIOESOiir stock of Shoes is larger than Wo in l vite an inspection v I faspqgtfully Sulinitted lo Cash Trade S fY ELDERA- flNIlALL PATTERflS To see the most stylish line of Ladies and Mens Shoes for Fall and Winter you arc looking for our store Our Pall Stock was never more complete We are prepared to fill your k wants Oijr styles and prices are sure to pease you We invite you to call and sec the new styles and get prices NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS We take it as a favor for you to call and look at our goods We guarantee to save you money on every purchase We carry a full LatestThings4 ++ 44 RICE ARNOLDTO WALLACE Just Try matter promise hI of ever The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 11 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist Bryan Blackburn and Goebcl Will be Here Sure Gov McCreary received word yeA terday from Frankfort Democratic Headquarters saying that Mr Bryan had recovered from his illness ahd would certainly fill his appointments in Kentucky amongwhich is Richmond Oct 17 at 4 p in Bills have been ordered reading thus Wm Jennings llryan Wm Uoebel lIJatkbnrnlwlllllfllak In Richmond Tuesday Oct 17 at 4 p in All Ala INVITED Letclier Owslev tomorrow night Dr L H Landraan will be at the Zimmer Hotel today Bryan Gocbal and Blackburn will all be here Tuesday October 17 South Before the War at opera house Thursday night Hon Letclier Owsley speaks here tomorrow night to the Democratic ClubIIon W W Combs E P Benton and others spoke at Valley View on Saturday Houston Stone is nursing painful bruises from a 30 foot fall while paint Ing a house at Kingston When the bell rings tomorrow night remember the meeingof the Rich mond Democratic Club Jno B Cheuauks Joe Wattsagain jOt second money in the 227 trotl00p purse at Louisville last week The registration here last week showed the TJemocratu to have i2 the better of theft opponents W W Watts stable on Lancaster Avenue burned Saturday 4000 bund les of oats hud some Machinery de troyeil Ben Winkler fatally stabbedat Kingston by Wm White leaves a widow and six or seven children in netidy circumstances Politics is Setting warmer everyday Keep your shirt on but dont for get to vote the Democratic ticket We know some fellows who tore their shirts by not doing this On account of next Saturday being pay day with the teachers the Teachers Meeting that was to have taken place rt Speedwell next Saturday October 14th hns been postponed to Saturday October 21 Four hundred choice pure bred Plymouth Rock cockeiels and pullets for sale at 50 cents each or55 per dozen They wilt cost you Si each after Dec Eggs 15 for 50 cents MRS H H COLYE- RseptSOtf Richmond Ky Not Yet Captured Will White who fatally stabbed Ed Winkler at Kingston last week has not been caught yet The Democratic City Primary Tomorrow Thursday Oct 12 Democratic candidates for the CouncIland Chief of lolice will bo selected by the voters of Richmond Daughters ol Confederacy The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs Pbyntz on next Friday afternoon at 2 oclock A full attendance is desired for an election of ofllcors A Sign What Is a Sign Douglas Bright Co have sus pended across Main Street a gigantic sign eight feet wide by twentyfive long which can be read for several blocks It is the first of its kind here Big Speaking ToMorrow Judge James P Gregory of Louis ville County Judge of Jefferson coun ty and lion Letcher Owsley of Lan caster two of the foremost speakers in the State will speak here tomorrow night to the Democrats Democratic Clubs Enthused Tomorrow night the Richmond Democratic Club and the public will be ad dressed by two speakers of state reputa tion who will be the guests of the club on this occasion Come out and hejir a speech every Thursday night at the court house ClimaxWHI la Delayed Next Week The CLIMAX will not appear until late next Wednesday evening on account of the speaking hero by Mers Bryan Goebel and Blackburn on Tuesday As all good Democrats will take a day off to hear these orators the CLIMAX will for once take the eame privilege i Another Anr unccmeni tar Ceuncil Mr B K Duncan has consented to make the race for Councilman from the City Hall precinct lIe is a sterling Democrat a good business man a true friend and with all these virtues is bound to be a good councilman if elec ted Remember BIC Duncan To guild to Bfallyyllle The above announcement in con nection with the RN IB RR has been made so often and as often jacked onfirmation that It has almost lost its charm But company of cap talisttr late purchasers of that road roado a tout of inspection last week and We learn that the early extension to Boatlyvlll U aforegone conclusion d Jo L Jay From Jarsville Reiss Ilbimbaughd comic show had three particularly excellent fea tnres Reiss the Old Jay the Police man and the Trick BIcyco Rider These would adorn the best show of time kind on the road Sued R N B Howard Blytlie colored througn his attorney S R B Black has sued then N I B R R for 10000 damages for injuries sustained by said Ely the in having a hand cut off by a work train on which he was at work The trial is set for December term New Infirmary Officers The following officers of the Infirm ary were chosen at the last meeting President Mrs C F Burnam Vice President Mrs Belle McDowell Secret ry Mrs Mamie Stockton Treasurer Mrs L L Bright The affairs of the Infirmary were never in better shape Olfered the Presidency ExGovernor McCreary of this city a stockholder In the company which lately purchased the R N B RR has been tendered the position of President of the new company which will operate the road as the Louiavilln Atlantic Line which will probably be extended from Irvine to Beatty ville Important Sale TRe sale of personalty of the late Sbulre Wm Williams of near Red House will occur on October 14 Satur day at 10 a in sharp and besides the other stock etc 44 fine head of pure Southdown ewes bred and 2 fine buck from herds of A Rennick and Garrett Bros will be sold In lots of 5 Dont forget sale at late residence of thu de ceased See odi IIA Sfeely time This big show held the boards hire one night last Week Mid no better exhi bition wak over given In White Bushs opera house It wasjamfull of high IsS speclalites beautiful vocal and intrumontal music and countless humorous situations There are eIgh- teen ladies and gentlemen in the company and they are very near the top in their profession The house was crowded Mr Plgg For Council Mr Charles H Pigg has consented to make the race for Councilman in the University Ward subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party As a citizen merchant and Democrat he Is considered by his friends worthy of any honor ii the gilt of the public Ho Is in the prime of life and is wideawake to the needs of the city and herpeople Remember him on the day of the pri mary Good Man for Winchester Mr W F Garrett who has been for five years Adams Express Messenger on the KCt Division has beer placed in charge of the Winchester Express office Mr Garrett filled the same position here twice and besides being a native of the county married a Madi son lady Miss Fish of Paint Lickand is known to be in every way worthy of confidence and respect We commend him to the graces of the Winchester public Judge Gregory lo Speak Special to Climax and Register LOUISVILLE Ky1 Oct DJudK6 James H Gregory Judge of Jefferson County Court of this city will address the voters of Madison county at the court house in Richmond on Thursday night October 12 at 8 oclock Judge Gregory is one of the foremost orators Louisville and every one is cordially invited to hear biui He will speak in the interest of Hon Win Goe bel and regular Democratic ticket V H HonsoN Onthe same evening Hon Letclier Owsley of Lancaster will address the club Everybody invited Hon W B Smith ia the Mountains The following dispatches in the Lou isville Times tell of the good work done by Hou W B Smith at his appointments in the mountains Barbersville Ky Sept liW B Smith made here one of the strongest thisIwas pleased and Democrats arejubilant Corbin Ky Sept 27lion W Bs Smith of Richmond made a masterly speech at this place last night to a crown of 200 or mOm enthusiastic Democrats The mountain Democrats are solid for the regular Democratic ticket Mr Smith is billed for Cynthana Oct 23 and Ellzabethtown Oct S tulh Before The War The colored quarters on a Southcrn plantation in old slavery days from the scene reprpdliced in Harry Martellsj mammoth production South Before the War wbichoccupiee the stage of White Bush Opera House Thursday evening October i2tbIn buck and wing dancing a cake walk for gold and silver medals jubilee eongs and dances an old time colored camp meeting pastimes on the levee are a few of the novelties offered A more notable one Is the presentation of 4T1an Passion Play in a series of anlmared pictures showing the performance of the Bibli narrative as enacted by the peat nntry of Horitz1 Austria tq which so many throng The performance of the play Is the best presentation of negro life on a plantation ever attempted andls a pronounced hit wherever produced The company number some fifty people who travel in their own palace car and who will take part Ia- apaaalalch 8tart rOn the Lk N- Uj d iot Wst oclock Popular d0t8 1Iij c Rices Sale Capt Ferrill reports the Fount Rico sale as follows The 11283 acres of land sold to Z T Rico at7230 per acre amounting to 815701 The land brought sold in parcels the sum of 7113 per acre mules brought from 50 to 100 one yearling selling for 75 Cow sold for 30 to 45 Weanling calves from SIS to 26 Brood mares from 16 to 0 One Jersey cow and calf bionght 2550 HoWl brought Jroui 3 to 12 per head about 3J cents Farming implements sold low Corn sold at 170 per barrel in the shock 100 shocks brought 70 cents per shock Amount of saleall to told about 0000 Democrats Mean Business The organization of time Richmond Democratic Club is proving to be one of the best pieces of political strategy of the campaign From It other clubs In the county are being organized with the result that tire partybefore Novem ber 7 will be a compact harmonious properThemeetings and conducting a gumshoe campaign and it behooves the Demo crats to be up and doing Our party is onlyIthe clubs be active in enlisting the in terest of every friend of went in this campaignIA Pleasure to Call Here How pleasant it is for a person In search of some article of utility in the domestic line or personal adornment to encounter polite clerks who fie ever ready Mil always patient without any other desire IhtUlto please their custo rot rs ihestt rottiarks are prefatory to thb statement that it you are looking for ladies or geuts shoes or furnishings no better place to gocah bti found than iiifce Arnolds taVi6c lice Is a fine fellow with ti1big heart and easy snloothlmanner Jnp Arnold Isa Chesterfield in manners and a pattern plate of fashion Go and see these young men whether you want anything In ndIA Sirange Gilt Was This After his big speech at Stafford on J AJor day Gov McCreary was ou time street mingling with his friends and was presented with a rather remarka ble presenta purse made from the foot of a genuine octopus caitred off Cape Horn at the extremity of South America by Happy Jack Millar of Lincoln county during the aerfl recent residence In the Faujklpnd Islands to which Goy s cured life appointment as U S Consul The purse is about four inches in diameter silk lined with the three deadly claws of the octopus protruding from the skin which is tanned to a nicety The octopus It is said never f lets go after Its foot is fixed upon any object This one is now ten thousand d miles from home but it will serve a r better purpose than when in its native J element near Cape Horn CSomebodyRICHMOND KY Oct 3 1899 TKe Medical Profession of the city of Richmond a irrespective of systems or pathies f have borne with great fortitude the ir t regularities and arising from non 1 registered awl nonqualified people wI o style themselves physicians and pre sume to practice medicine without any right whatever in this city for the just several years There is a law that is i plain enough for all to unHerstand gov a erning the practice of medicine in this State That law compels a man or woman or anyone else who nttempts the practice of medicine or the healing of physical intirmatios to have a diploma from a reputable college of medicine I a certificate from the State Board of Health and such certificate and diploma to be registered with the county clerk of the county in which re bide The penalty for violation ofI this law Section 2618 of the General Statutes is a fine of fifty dollars for the first offense and for every one the e after a fine of one hundred dollars and thirty days imprisonment We have in this community pharmacists who prescribe regularly Christian scientists who propose to heal liypno data and other classes too numerousto- mention that have operated fora detri mont of the general practitioners for the past seven years None of this class have ever been persecuted when they were as liable to persecution as any other class of individuals who ties passes the State laws and the physicians of this community have agreed that each and every ono of them shall act as a committee and shall reportthe name of any of those individuals who violate the law and will prosecute to the fullest extent of time law any man woman or child wfip assumes to pre scribe forany caSe without having first complied with every provision of the law or any druggist or pharmacist de tected prescrljms will be boycotted RTso prosecutedi 1 ClarenceII Yaught 2 JMPoyntz 3 CJ Bales 1 4 M Dilnn I C Valentine II Hobson 6 Clma S HoHotf 7 G Wr Evans Xv8 II C Jasper ft LJ Frazeo JO W M Gibson V 11 IIR GlbsonV 12 JW Harris j13 M C Heath v 14 A Wilkes Smith 15 Chas E SmoSti 10 PhIl leb tov 17 TJ Taylor 3 I 1 INDUCEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY AT THEi Busy Bee Cash Store ey Store emo The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers also as a drawing card for the purpose of giving you some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock The beauty of our EnglandGermanyNever before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an showingShelvesand groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them Not a single item in this great store in this enormous stock of goods nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a custo mers this fall that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN DRESS GOODS We are very fastidious about 0111 Dress Materials they must bo of the most exclusive kiudsin the costly weaves while time lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste We are offering a line ot beautiful all wool mixtures double width and pretty and stylish for lOc per yd worth 39 We are showing the handsomest line nfrOepous in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd up the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at 248 per yd We are showing a complete line of Venetians Broadcloths and all eaves adapted to tailormade maiLings Our prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to be Onr extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get time latest bargains out BOOTS AND SHOES The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use our knife in this department and we have cut to the heart in every ine We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes Iilies Fine Shoes Ladies Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens And jOys Boots ami everything to be found in a firstclass shoe store and prices we are naming on them are mov out in Bags Carts and Wag ons Dont Walt to get your shoes come now We are gents for the Regina Shoe it is made on all tIme new style lasts and it is the Lest 3 00 slibe for ladies in the market Ask to see a pair of dUr Regina Shoes CLOAKS AND WRAPS Wo have one entire room in our great store devoted to onr Cloak and Wrap Department All the Eastern and onrlIJU everybodycheap prints gradeFlannelettes ydGood Apron ydNice pricesin extend to a cordial invitation visit this Great Bargain best market both east west affords be had here at the Bring your wagons so you low are that hold W IL OLIJIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN tlr McCreary at Stanford Yesterdays CourierJournal Stan ird telegram says Politics was on tag here to lay and rival speakers wera on duty early all the afternoon The Uon ames B McCreary whoseappolntment rims made a month ago spoke in the jurt house tq as many voters as et in it and a rousing appeal for democrats to get together and down the Hied Louisville and Naslivl He railroad orees by such a decisive majority that hat road would cea e forever to try to Kentucky and attend thereafter itrlctly to own business Mr Mc Ireary is a great favorite here and isal rays received with enthusiasm After le had concluded M F North candi late for the Legislature a short peech correcting some false state lents as to his votes In the last ral Assembly and urging the election If the whole In order to coun eract the of Gov Ipeech the Republicans telegraphed or the Hon John Marshall Ropubli an candidate for Lieutenant Governor nd he arrived at noon Mr McCreary ras willing to divide time with him Jut the committee thought ho should lot do so under the circumstances and spoke from a platform in the ourt house A handsome double case stemwind ng gold with the letters W W B engraved on case A liberal reward will be for return of same lo this or A T CHENAULT New Wan Piper House in The fIrm of Perry Thomas has installed perfectly linn ot wall papers and have Mr W L a skilled artist to and decorate rooms to suit all tastes mind No to show goods aug23tf Public Sate As administrator of Wm Williams deceased on his late premises 7 miles or Richmond onehalf mile east of Red House I will offer on Saturday Oct 14 at 10 a m sharp to the highest and best bidder the following property OWeS bred and 2 Irom A Rehlcki awl Grirrett herds To be sold in lots of5One yearling steer two yearling hollers ninelat hogs one male ho from Jones Silver Creek herd one No l mare and mule colt one 2yearold marc mule cow and calf one aged five stacks hay onehalf of 10 acres of corn in shock one road wagon one buggv Farming implement coiifietHig of one hay rake one aaerA Wwid wvower one saOtdle V TerinpTCredit to Jami 1 without inUireston 10 aemd over Cash ia ban1 for ruins under 10 W Adins III r I partment of our store All the new Jackets Golf Capes Childrens Jackets c that are in this season we Lined Jacket or Cape from us at the same a one would cost you elsewhere Dont fail to visit our Cloak Department look through itsee new things whether you want to buy or not Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait on you All Domestic Goods are wrapped with the margin of prom entirely lost sight of You can save money on each and every item purchased in this Department Good Call coca make nice comforts and dresses are only 3c per yd AH best brands Indigoes and Simpson at lower prices than anybody else sells them Good Canton Flannel 5c Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c 6c better Percales lIe per yd Red Flannel heavy twilled 15c per yd We are selling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray red and Wee at 8jc per yd ydGood per yd Best ydBest5c per yd Better grades 7J and 8jc per yd Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are wagons and load them up they wont be as low again this season We all the as will goods when leave we them MT could made its made ticket effect ilarshall yard Lost watch paid office sptSJOtf drug beautiful Leeds hang purses north bucks Bros jack 1900 favor many being up For Sale stand and house and iot near Kingston For further partic ulars call on or address D D PESSISGTOV sept27 1m Kingston Ky One cannot always be a hero hut one can be a man Goethe 4 ftcsazTo assist relieve distress titter eating or drinking too heartily to prevent constipation take Hoods PillSold everywhere 25 cents Nothing Is useless to man of sense lie timing to account La Fontaine On the 10th of December 1897 Rev S A DomUioe pastor M E Ohurcb South Pt Pleasant W Va ed a severe cold which wits attended from the beginning by violcntcough He says After resorting to a number of socalled specifics usually purclullellCough Remedy which acted like a charm I most cheerfully recommend it to the For said Perry ThomaSocHlmWorthlessnestis one of the most costly timings iu the world Rams Horn Tho most stubborn cases of Brbn dulls succumb to Coussens Honey of Tar 25 50 cents Perry 4 Thomas oct4lm Either I will find u way or I will make oneSlr P Sidney IIbat Joyful Feeling sense of re nealth and strength and internal clean llntfss which follows the use of Syrup of Figs IB unknown to the few who have toot progressed beyond the old time medicines and the cheap substitutes acceptedbyManufactured by the by the California Fig Syrup Co When at rich banker signs notes they may seldom be protested bnMt may be different if he sings them Heart as Sturdy as and Oak But what about the blood which the begirt mwt pump at rate of 70 a minute If time heart is to be sturdy anil the nerves this blood must be rich and pure Hoods Saran parilla m kns sturdy hearts because It makes good blood It gives to and women strength confidence courage and endurance Hoods Pills are nonirritating and HoopsSnrsThereti no godius in like tile genius of energy and activity D O Mitcboin I wisrtoejqires8l my thanks to the man tfact Iiremsr rmIEIltotmberImiina Col to Cholera iwdDca ltemed fljr- hIVinJl pit tkaa4tet such u Von derulc1nc V8 W W Mas s5ngiiyGHpuinoBVi rexa8 There are l whoso chil drerijhaftfbs saved from attacks of infantum Wh- OmaialsNamikful Jt is for sale by ccUlia J I i 1 OUR CLOTHING Department is the talk of entire county We are selling good suits for men at 248 Mens good heavy Onset ofCimildrenscomplete We are showing all the new timings in favor this season Our Mens Boys and Youths Overcoas are piled mountain high on our coun tore and every garment is a bargain clothipricesiefore Wo are showing an Elegant Line of Carpets Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs c in our Carpet Department These goods are new fall importations no old carried over goods Our prices in this competitionWhIleto see our Oilshades and Lace Curtains we have a choice selection for this fall season Wo have best selected line of Ladies Childrens and Mens Under wear that will be shown you this sea son Our Ladies Union Suits at 25o each are worth SOc Childrens Vests upLadiesMens Kxtra Heavy Ribbed Vests and Pants 25c each We are agents for Time American Lady Corset Time beat feeling and most stylish corset used Every Cor set warranted Get our prices on Valises hints and Caps Umbrellas Ladies Underskirts Ladies Dress Skirts c we will save money and show you the best line in city one and to Mart The and to prices reach of everyone you buy many the prices naming your buggy wont AND largely tile Gen McCrearys Richmond trouble Southdown Otto AILuA3N that blacksmith always digestion the turnsevery contract jug public by the rgen life man the the Trunks you the luring the winter of 1897 Mr James Reed one of the leading citizens and merchants of Clay Clay countyma struck his leg against a cake of ice in severelyItpained him so badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches He was treated by also used eeveral kinds of liniment and two and a half uollons of whisky in bathing it but nothing gave any relief until ho began using Chamberlains Pain Balm This brought almost a complete cure in a weeks time and he believes that had to be be amputated Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains bruises and rheumatism For sale by Perry Thomasocl4lm To know how to dissemble is the knowledge of kingsRichelieuD- izziness loss of appititc flutuloncy and nausea are all connected with dye pepsia or indigestion Herbine will give prompt relief Price 50c lerry Thomas octllm Cut mens throat with whisperings Ben Johnson Good News for Our Headers Who have scrofula taints in their blood and who has not Scrofula in all its forms is cured by Hoods Sarsa parilla which thoroughly purifies the blood This disecse which frequently appears in children is greatly to be dreaded It is most likely to attect the qnlarlland face and the eyes are frequently zmppearanceperimps scrofula should be entirely eradicated from the system by a thorough course of Hoods to prevent all the painful and sickening consequences of running scrofnlar sores which drain the system sap the strength and make existence utterly wretched 1m Countries are well cultivated not as they are fertile but as they are free Montesquieu Thousands of the m st stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment Jt never fails to cure Price SOc IK bottles tubes 75 cetjs Perry Thomas oct4lm Better were it to be unborn than to be IllbredSir W Raleigh Sal Blool Care Free Eating sores Tnmorsp UkOrs Can cero the ose Eye Lip Er Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B D B Botanic Blood Balm which Imade especially to j cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Wood and Skin Diem 1sKes S lofala that resist other treat ments are quickly cured by U P B i Ermmptioimslimipies Blisters Red orBrown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by nJ B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally systetn by B B IT Botanic Blood Balm in one to live months 1 BrRdoea not contain vegetable or miner poison Ono bot He will test it In any caw For sale by drtisrgists everywhere Large bottles freeS4mp1Qbottcwbtch snail Whon you wrIte describe symp toms nail personal free medical advice 09I3nOwYjtily 7r C t Whites Cream Vermifuge is a highly 1 valuable preparation capable from till promptitude of its action of clearing time system in a few hours of every liiThomasCoraThese electric lights are so hard on the complexion f Dora Yes one can see so well by them Puck For all fresh cuts or wound in either the human subject or in animals as a dressing Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for sores on work log horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating its healing qualities are unequaled Prico 25 and SOc Perry Thomas oct4lm Never believe all vou hear or he who believes all that he hears often believes more than he hears Arab Maxim More haste less speed and hnst en slowly are proverbs born of ex perience that some timings aint be hurried without loss or waste That is raitwayluimcimments Is a habit most disastrous to the health You may hurry your rating You cant hurry vonr digotion and the neglect fo allow proper time for this important function begin tug of sorrows to many a busy man When the tongue is foul time head aches when there are sour or bitter risings undue fullness alter rating hot flushes irritability neriousness irres olution cold extremities and other annoyingsymptoms besure time stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition Have broken down Nothing will reestablish them in active licithv operation so quickly as Dr Pieicea Golden iledicalDisgoverv Itfitrongth enf the stomach nourishes the ncive purifies the blood and builds up tho body It i a strictly temperance medicine contains no alcohol or other intoxicant Given away Dr Pierres great work TIme Peoples Common Sonso MediKil Advisor is sent free on receipt of stamps for mailing expenses only endl onecent stamps for time paper covered book or 35 stamps for cloth binding to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo New York You will never find time for anything If yon want tlnie you must make it Charles Buxton Nature can only feed the flamo of lifo with the food eaten which iBjJIgeaeU Herbino will reinvigorate a stomach and so improve 4mgesionusIto insure the natural bloom of Price SOc Perry Thomas ocUlm The ray of happiness IIko those of Might are colorless when unbroken Longfellow Tctter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and firn rtinjj Inc dentto those diseases is instantly allayed applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bail inses have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a reined for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 85 eta per bos Dr Cadja ce4Mia Powders arc i just n horse seeds when in bau condition Tonic blood purifier HH vermifuge Thoy tix not bat medicine ad the beet ia use to put horsoiarloMiiltio Price 8 i 1 f T zjjil1 ift I I if jtszstohd Th 4 tj I tTheRichmond Climax j Proprietor Business Manager E WOODS Editorr ioWEDNESDAY our 11 18W c rUIILIDllKUXVEKY WKI1MKSDAY BY The Climax Printing Co 1MUCK I KH YKAR 150 Call For City Democratic Primary Election At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Ilichnioml Ky held on the 2d day of Scp temlicr 1SW fin motion the following resolutions were lot It is ordered that a Democratic Primary 4Electien be held atthe various votin pnclnch Ky on the 12th day of October to select Candidate for the November election 1898 fur Counrilmen and Chlrf of Police and the polls shall be from oclock a m to oclock p mln Richmond Ky on the aforesaid day for the aforesaid purposed for the purpose of defraying the expenses of conducting primary the candidates who propose to submit their OctoIpay tee the following sums Each candidate for Councilman 00 and Chief of Police MOO 3d That said primary election shall be con ducted by officers to be hereafter selected by this committee 4th That the chairman end secretary of L this committee are hereby appointed a com mittee to provide the ballots and make all arrangements for holding said election Mb It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Democrats and who will support the nominees of this primary election and all young men now under age of twentyone years who will attain their majority on or before the day of the next gen eral election in November 1899 and who de clare their purpose and intention to affiliate with the Democratic shall be entitled to vote in said primary election Cth That the chairman of this committee give public notice of this election by posting a this order at each of three voting places in Richmond Ky and shell publish a copy of this order in every is ue of the KICHMOXD CLIMAX and Kentucky Register from date of adoption to time of said primary election DUDLEY TRIBBLE Chairman R A BAXTER Secretary 01 iov McCreary who spoke at Stanford on Monday the Stanford Jonr nat says Gov McCreary is doing vaMniit service for the ticket and his ppueclira are said to be among tim best anti most convineingof the campaign t Gov MoCuKAHY says be has been making speeches for thirty years but was never given more appreciative J hearing limn nt Stanford on Monday lie says the Democracy of Lincoln is inn iwrfect stale of enthusiasm and that their zeal lor the party was never go great lioforcevuu in that barnyard of tilt old Democratic Blue hens chickens ===lITis to be hoped than no Democratic will lay aside principle for friendship nUll vote fur a Republican no matter beCdiametrically opposed to each other 1LI and he it poor sort of a Democrat if 1 he really believes in Democratic princi 3 prlI1 who will give aid and encourage maiit to the enemy in anyway The everythingIJ principles The above are our sentiments and we with absolute consistency lived i Ihuethem and we therefore always t lkeonrowll lllOdiciItlaIUl practice what we proach Therefore Democrats in thin good year ol ISt9 got ready for 1000 J by Bupjwrling eveiy nominee of your imrty in 1SU The admonition given in thu foregoing paragraph is from tho pan of Kiiitor VllItlln who has fur over twenty yuais fought I Ito cnuinies of 1enwcnicy wit littu t fens or favor KIIIHIU UIMIOI C liiiiiCKiMtiiNii it is said lieUit his editorials in the I4 xingtim Herild lu a stuiincrepher jiwtwif h well iiitiLiug a public ad- dreSS TMs ihot Ito liltitIt of country oilitors genurallv ant few others are favored by furiuni with a pretty type writer and a jilb tongue Although Jlr rreckinriilgoB editorial are mar vels of beauty how cult a Brown bolter good free silver Democrat though he nmy ho pUtce any confidence in the ut t rames of the man who fought Bryan in Ji and run fr C ngios3 tint year nudur the Itepuldifati log Cabin liilly KrcckinridgH fought Bryan bo oi use he loved Demprracy He ran for Conjjraiw that yonrniidor tho Log Cabin bttcnnse ihu loved Democracy And 4UI11O ill auaiust Uocbel because he ices Denio rac lie has the monu niuiitJil cheek to declare that his drMre IUHOO Jfr Goebel defeated in intensified by his belief that the reunion of the i Democratic party iu both Male and na 1tionwill be hastened by the defeat of machine nominations There yon are Now say that Satan hasnt turned Saint This is the same Ullly Breukinridgo whom old Confeder ate comrades hero refuted to Jiear lec ture at Central University last spring horatiae he was aumm liryan He in against Itryati now ns wcllJas eb- elCF1DroverCo11 I ILXJ GTON KY EVERY t HOUSEKEEPER Should Visit out Now CHIJSTA DEPARTMENT e Wq proppsc to get this new venture of ours before you Special Offerings of rare Value this week Allof our Imported orders have arrived Wo have just moved iu to our new a ud per I manent quartets and are anxious to have J r you come and see it I Ten Per Cent Red He tion on njTarticle this week b t CFBfowefCo MAW AND BROADWAYj 4cPSLEXINGTON KYVt f lepil ly i VVg j- L a H i i r tL t HANDSOME invitations in silver ate out to the Old Fashioned Kentucky Barbecue to be held at Louisville on October 18 by the Regular Democrats of Louisville Fart on railroads one rate for round trip Speeches by Bryan Blackburn Goebel Bob Breckinridpo Beckham and Ion n1all The invi union says You are also requested to invite all DfiiUKrats and any voters who with proper tenrhini may become Democrats to come wjih you and enjov good chest anda flue Dernocratlc titHeV Mu liAr oRnlTrTfltnr Sir Wherever you add en an audience r liHieutter please confess to them what you admitted lat week to the editor of ihif paper viz That P P JiilniKtim did wrong when ho triid the contest cases before the Democratic convention and that you toM Mr Johntitin lie did wrong as your county McCracken sent a regularly accredited delegation that Clminuan Johnston wrongfully divided Furthermore when you so eloquently dilate upon the divine right of the majority remenber that you are vio hating that virtuous doctrine and con tradicting it daily appealing to a small minority to vote against Mr Goebel You know full well that a large major ity of the Democrats of Kentucky have acqulefced in the nomination of Mr Guebel and that hut tor the insubordi nation of yourself and your bolting con tingent there would be no doubt what ever that the Democratic ticket would btt overwhelmingly victorious next cease to abuse Redwines rut ings publicly while condemning John stons privately not only preach but practice submission to the will of the majority and employ your energies in side ot the party that lots done its duty by you and yours And next year your name will not bo linked with the crew of degenerates led bv Billy Breck inridge Billy Owens Billy Becknerand other such Billeldoux READ AS YOU RUN f Editorials From Rtauford Journal rruo Democrats are so from princi pIe and are not moved by personal con siderations Vote for the men who up hold your principles and are your partys nominees Goebel first the rest nowhere is the way M S and J W Bauphman saw it ill Richmond yesterday The Democratic candidate for governor had 3000 to COOQ according to various esti mates to hear his splendid 8peccliwhile John S Sweeney tile pre cherpolili clan who h running for Auditor on the Republican ticket had Just 75 by actual count It was a big day for Democracy there And now Col John W Yerkes is go- Ing on the raging stump It must go against the grain of a decent welled ucated man like him to advocate the election of such an ignoramus as Tay lor his job isnt worth so great a sur render of independence Senator Broneton says iu response to a request that he makesneeehes for the Dctnojnatic tcket that he is a parly Ulan ansI believes that the judgment of individual members of the party as well as the entire minority should sub mit to the judgment and will of the miij rity whenever expressed in a proper manner according to the recog nized forms and rules of the party or tnirzjtion and as n witness to and n participant in the proceedings of tile convention ho recalls no fact that would justify him even were he so inclined to repudiate the action of that convention and without his support as a Democrat from the nominees thereof and that lie will accept the invitation to make speeches provided he is given the utmost freedom inV discussing the platform some planks of which ho op poses Mr Bronston can stand aside He isnt needed to the extent that he thinks he is SOME LUDICHOUS LIES ABOUTTHE PEOPLE HERE ON COURT DAYREAD THEM LastMonday week when Mr Goe belspoke here to an audience estimated Jill the way from 3000 to 7000 persons he opened his speech with these words Alter looking into the fares of this multitude I suppose tomorrows L N papers the Dispatch and Post will generously admit that 300 people were hero The loud applause that followed this must have pained the reporters of those hermaphrodite papers for sure enough In the Dispatch of Tuesday following this ludicrous lie appeared hishnrnnguereach of Ills voice and as he proceeded to nbuse the L A N railroad the crowd began to disperse until only about 300 were present Despite the fact that this was the second or third largest audience Mr Goebel has had 80 far and by far the largest that ever assembled in Madison county to listen to n candidate the Dispatch through conscienceless re porter continues ulIr Ooebels effort waa a decided failure So much so that the Democratic committee held him over to wake another harangue at the courthouse at S p IlL which he did to a smallj listless crowdAt night meeting there were700 persons 100 ot whom were ladies We will simply quote from the report sent to the Lexingtdn Herald allowing one liar to contradict the other The Her aid whose editor is Wm C Pollard Ureckinridge hates Goebel but it at least approximated the truth in this re portSenator Goebel had his warmest welcome here today warmer wherehesembled in front of tJe con rt bouse this afternoon was estimated at from 2000 to 3000 onssnd while it was not as enthusiastic some other Audiences yetUlespeaker was satisfied He also re alongtheHe dined at the hotel and at a few minutes before 2 oclock he mounted a stand which had been erected in the court house yard and which was Fur rounded by a crowd of people probably numbering 3000 or less stonE BIUICULOCS SUBSTATEMEXT3 White Mr Goebel was speaking to his thousands Messrs Burnam end Sweeny were inside the court house with never A moment when there were more than 100 whites and 100 negroes listening figures given out by gentlemen present And yet the Lexington Herald in another portion of its article makes this foolish miestatemeTTt Inside of the court house several Republican candidates spoke nt the same hour Th J court room was crowded and the overflow from it was doubtless tho cansa of Goebels crowd being as largess itwa When we read the above to Tntt Bomam he laughingly remarked thatfloUaJoke In other words all abetV JIut to the DWpMehed Louisville Commercial bfitoe Utepalm for the worstjaijtojtUm ol Ihecte zadI ly to afford our readers amusement for even the reporters knew they were only trying to ontlie each other we append these extracts from their reports The tcmmercialsal Senator Goebels crowd out on MIII street while a large one was composed largely of Republicans and Drown men attracted merely by idle curiortity Rev Sweeneyit irowd on the other hand although Ole tide show was in the courtyard below was in the neighborhood of COO or TOO Mr Goebel failed to hold the crowd which but for the addition of those who came from the speaking up stairs would have dwindled to pitiable pro portions let ns close with the Dispatch HninlriMls of Republicans who on failing to gain mlmis ion to Repub lican Speak jug contented themselves by standing oil at a distance viewing the small crowd who through idle curi laity were listening to Mr Goebel Ut the conclusion of Major Bur namas nditress ho wail besieged with the hearty commendation of the large crowd who gathered around him and then filed out of the house to swell the Goebel crowd which had now dwindled to less than 300 The effort of tIm Goebel leaders to magnify the crowd who heard him was painful to say the leastLord have mercy on these liars No man who saw that crowd Liens Monday Oct 2 ought ever again to open the Dispatch A paper that will propagate such falsehoods is unworthy n place in the U S mails As photographer Scblegel took two largepictures ol the crowd there cannot be any doubt that Aunanias has come back to life and is deceiving the people who read the above newspapers PERSONAL Mrs D P Armer leaves tomorrow for n weeks visit to Cincinnati Prof Rice Miller of Nichnlasvillo is visiting hib brother Hugh Miller thus week Air and Mrs Jn Morrow and son of Owenton are tile guests of Mrs R C H Covington Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles is visiting her sister Mrs Jno R Pates on Broadway Mrs Henry L Perry and daughter Dorothy are voting relatives in Lex ington this week Mrs Robert R Burnam will receive this afternoon from 3 to C at her beauti ful home on the Summit Miss Mary Spencer Smith who has been visiting Mrs John Crate anti Mrs John Yerkes of Danville has returned home Mr Jn Ageo returned to Danvors Illinois after a pleasant visit to his mother and brothers iu tile Million precinct Mr and Mrs Ed Hume and children have returned from a long visit in the West All are looking well and express themselves greatly pleased with their trip Dr Chas E Smoot of this city will to day wed Miss Minta Smoot at Louisville and will return tomorrow and take rooms for the present at the Hotel Glyndon Lt Carlo B Brittain wife antj sotiof Annapolis are at Mr and Mrs T E Baldwins They witnessed the Dewey reception in New York Lt Brittain oeinJr on his own ship the Lancaster in time Naval Parade Dr L p Frazee nceoinpaniel by his daughter Miss Hettie Martin left Monday for a visit to relatives in MIs- sissippi Dr Frazee also attended the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge at Pailncah and on his return home will spend two weeks iu theMe ical College at Louisville Dr H R Gibson returned on Sun day from Chitago where he attended the meeting of the Mississippi Valley Medical Association and took a course of surgery and medicine tinder tim celebrated specialists Drs Murphy Senn and Billings Dr Gibson was greatly pleated and benefited by his trip Time friends of Rev S A Owen were surprised on Monday by receiving in vitations to his marriage on October lOtli to Miss Kathryn McAfee of Winchester The bridetilect is a daughter of Mrs Mary B McAfee lately of Ir vine and is highly esteemed for her many graces of mind and heart Time ceremony will take place at Winchester at 5 p m October l9th after which Mr and Mrs Owens willbe at home to friends in this city Among several tributes of friedship of which Mr and Mrs Joseph Rodgers of Independence Mo have been the recipients during thnlr visit to Madison none was more enjoyable than the hapdsome dining In their honor given by Mr and Mrs S W Dejarnett near this city last week Mrs Rodger mother was a sister of tho late Josiah P Simmons Sr of Madison and hav lug herself resided here thirty years ago she still loves the place of her birth and is equally beloved by the friends of her childhood Mrs John M Price and daughter Miss Lila who lately returned to their home in Atchison Kansas after n visit to uunterous relatives in and about Richmond write that they reached Atchison n time to witness the great Corn Car nival there Miss Price also witnessed at St Louis the Parade ortime Priests ofxPallas Mrs Price Is the widow of the late John M Price a Kentuckian who went West and became one of time foremost citizens of Kansas He was as well known and highly esteemedas any citizen of that commonwealth On Friday night at Masonic Temple the young ladies of Richmond will give a Leap Year Ball Saxton will furn- Ish music The programs aYe specially engraved for tho occasion in white green and gold very swell The floor committee Misses Anno Bennett Susan Hume Mary Little Ethel Ten tel Julia Higgins and FlnrrieChenault Patronesses Mesdames I L Bright Dan M Chcnault R W Midler Harvey Chenault T J Smith Jr W Nenle Bennett A Wilkes Smith T D Clionault Jr Geo W Evans Jr Goo CorzoliiifS W S Oldham CE AVoyde S B Hume and E B liu- mmieILtoJous C S Brooks of New London Mo who formerly preached at Mt Pleas ant will preach there on the third Sun day Kev Thomas B Hill of Shelby county will preach at the Baptist church this city next Sunday jit 11 TballuHellof these servktesIEvangelist J E Boftn wlioso parents live near Kingston will preach Octo ber 12 at his old home church ItIZion at Iia m He has had than 4000 additions to the ChrfatianI church in Texss alonoc besides he has held many BuccessfulmcetlBKS injnito a number ol other Stales In many instances ii ras ihe Aret person that preached IB the1tCam1CtfIODDK ikjb bu t1ei I l J J Actions of theJ st I Smell Sweet tfftThevigor and strength neither of which can be found in a person whose blood is impure and whose eriery breath speaRs of internal troubles Hoods Sarsapaf purifies vitalizes and enriches the blood gives a good appetite andmakes tile weakstrong Run Downv husband tuasrm down in health and all tired out These excellent meSeines Hoods Pfls andSarsa paritt built him up again Mrs H L M Towanda Pad SaMa Hoods iiila curio liver Ills the nonIrritatIng and nIt cathartic to take with Hood Sarsapartima He has traveled extensively through the Republic of Mexico and has preached on the border line to many bands of Mexicans Mr Boon is for this winter located with the First Chris tian Churclun Oklahoma City Okla and expect in the early sprJng to start on a trip around the world lie will attend the Jubilee Convention at Cin cinnati during this month and then expects to spend a few days visiting his fathers family in this oun- tyDEATI1S CUOOKS Wm McFarian the infant son of Rev and Mrs C G Crooks dieilon Monday aged five days Burial in Richmond Cemetery In their sad affliction Mr and Mrs Crooks have the sympathy of all LOCAL A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L Midkiff has installed the first and only plant in time county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined his work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to xhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the comfort derived Business was Transacted With a Vim At the second meeting of the Richmond Democratic Club on last Thurs day night a constitution and bylaws were adoptedrspeecbes by several earn est members were listened to plans were devised for the promotion of the partys interests in this campaign and a throughly enjoyable evening was passed in the service of Democracy President R H Crooke was in the chair Secretary Woods read tho minutes after which Mr W R Letcher was chosen Treasurer of the club and the following executive committee elected H H Colyer T C ONeal R B Terrill T T Covington S H Thorpe and J H Kennedy After instructing this committee to see that good speakers are secured to address tho club every Thursday night a dis cussion of organizing clubs out in the county ensued It deyeloped the fact that Hon J Tevis Cobbs the efficient chairman of the Democratic campaign committee has already arranged to organize several clubs but he desired everyone to cooperate with him in the work Whereupon Messrs Charles Tudor of the Newby locality W F Powers J C Lackey JH M Miller John and Bijur White Joe Maupin W R Letcher T Hood Little and others volunteered to enter upon the work Tonight at Kewby a club will be organized Let the work go on in every precinct And when number of clubs hav been formed thej will be in a position to secure the services of a speaker of more than Statewide reputation to address them iu a body some day or evening at the court house Remember the meeting here tomorrow night when Judge Gregory of Louis ville and lIon Letcher Owsley of Lancaster will speak Everybody in vited All the Gubernatorial Candidates Represent cd in a Rabbit Chase Mr Cart Deatherage who resides about three miles northwest of Richmond is a great hunter anti has a flue pack of hounds Among the latter he hasTi number of young ones named af ter three of the Gubernatorial canal dates Bill Goebel Mill Taylor and J Y Brown We had the pleasure on Monday of witnessing an exhibition chase by the entire pack and it is worth relating briefly A rabbit ran across the yard while Carl was giving time pack their morning meal and at a word from their ster the hounds were oil after theffcottontail Around and across the yard tile rabbit ran with the pack at his heels Bill Goebel in time lead Taylora close second while J Y Brown which is not a hound bnt a little brown colliewas at the tailend of the bunch As the dogs made their second tour of time large yard J Y Brownwho had been left so badly in the first brush ran directly in front of the flying Goebel seemingly with the deliberate lletermination of upsetting the leader and allowing Taylor to catch the rabbit But J Y Brown did pot calculate that Taylor would get mixed up in the collision and hence the latter turn d a somersault over Goebel and Brown Up sprang Goebel and with wideopen jaws he sailed into his opponents biting them right and left nntiLilr Dcatherage pulled him off when the good dog took out for the rab- bIt and caught him about 300 yards from the house It remained for Miss Lila Deather age fourteenyearold daughter of Mr Jatuea Death rngl to give significance to the event which she did thus Goebel represented the Democratic jjOmfriee jn the present campaign for qnalitlellwore jealous of him so they put out the little brown pup named JY Brownto trip up Gobbel in till race so Taylor the Republican hound could catch the nomination which in this contest was represented by a Trabbit But Goebcl gaUleOgbterceeded to whip Brownami Taylor before capturing thus prize loud hand clapping by the assembled spectators When Miss Lila gave this version of rabbit chase her uncle Carl who la warm Goebel Democrat said he would hereafter feed his hounds on Goebel buttons if it killed the last ono of them Theluan who controls his temper governs We worst enemy Chicago llNeW1l t i t t ri o it c I i Cvl 4 J EifeA fes ilZ jjrjisjis1t1nMrpUl ltlrksville Is oil a 4boom as you will observe from Jhe following Mr Thomas Turner has solll to D L CoyfarmMr Colion of Garrard was in our midst iat week supposedly to tI1k0 a pjepnVhjs best gtrli f Green Ester sold his itonntl Hill tG50Po6tDrppporEomiofUBcleJpelio J per time porinlar Presbyterian revivalist will locate hereabout the first of Jan uar v DrD L Fry nnilJMrjpeorjielJnrton will loiive for tomorrow where they will cuter tbeDeimtL college V Drs Middleton nlHl Fry hnyetreated their drug store to a new coat of paint and paper which adds gr alb to its appearance Spedwe1thmasty and will move here to practice hit profession hcreThecupy tho entire day All the cases were disposed of in a satisfactory man ncr by our prince of magistrates squire Cotton Elliot Institute is again on rising ground Prof J B Harris reports a good attendance All of our schools report an increased attendance over last year Mr Chris Farris says his school is as full as the negros coon tree IOO Urwanl IOO Tho readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in nIl its 81n esnnd that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical Catarrh being ronstitutiollalilleeaso requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system therybv destroying the givlnrtheconstitution and assisting nature in doing its worlr Time proprietors have powertlthatward for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best Inv PublicSale As administrtor of Torry G Perkins decd anti agent fur his heirs at law I will o- nTuay O1 311V lmigilestbiddertate1st A tract of land containg 59 57 100 acres part of said Perkins farm near Valley View located on the west side of the R N I B railroad This is good productive laud In the northeast corner of this tract are 8 town lots containing 25100 acres and also an alley containing 7i ofsn acre which said will be sold separately An alley running from tIme fates Creek pike along the still house lot to the tract adjoining to be used as an outlet for and by purchasers of said lots 2nd A tract of land containing in all 80 83100 acres near Valley View west tractIsroad now litigated in the Madison Circuit Court and by this road 52 34100 acres are in one piece and 28 30100 acres in another These pieces will be sold so as to run with the center of said proposed county road if bought separately Time land will be offered for sale as a whole alid in separate lots These lands are fertile well watered and near a growing town locatedbetweenmond and Nicholasvillo pike near an old still house This is a dnctivo parcel of landnear View West of this tract fronting on the pike are 11 Iota which also be soldV4th A small tract of bottom land of 2 33100 acres adjoining the 17 89100 acre tract also lying between Tales Creek and tIme piko alsolocatedbeginninginnear the old still house On the west side of this tract are 0 lots to be soldall fronting on tho pike and like all the other lots easy of access and adapted for homes and building purposes ValleyVieWling house Theso lots are indifferent blocks in tire town which will bo explained at the sale 7th Three acres more or less on onelotAll the various properties to be sold have been accurately surveyed by Jas T Bocgs and which will be fully shown and explained by the plats and surveys made by him The titles to tho properties are indis putable They will be sold on credits till 1st of January 1900 for one third balanceinpercentInterest opportunityforgrowing town doing a great business as a lumber point and whore good schools churches and business houses promptlyWML CRUTOHER Adm DUn Af MOTIERIJY Attorneys W P PiunviTt Auctioneer 4EstiayNHsc I11 A dark hal horse about 15K hands high 18 year old come to my place on Taylor Blc j agoOwnercharges FHAMK LUCAS ocUI2w Esttll Ky Creditors ITotice J Alt creditors of and claimants against the herebyIDQtmelllo orIIsamvll1pal or security wn WILLIAMS octlllw Administrator ticR to Tazp y rs Equal Rights to A- USpecjalPrivilegestoNone I want your taxes at once and warn you to look out for the penalty Your taxes have been due and collectible since last May Cull and settle at once ResptH COLYER octll4v Sheriff PUBLIC SALE We the undersigned will offer for public sale to the highest and best bidder on the D W Irvine farm located 34 miles from Rich mond on the Richmond and Lexington turn pike In Madison county Ky on Tub J Icier 17 hJl followingdcscrlbedmare mules three 2yearold mare mules two 1yearold mare mules one sucMing mare hlghgradecotcatwelve hlgbgradebnllyearlingstwenty Implenientagrass strippers run one year one 2horse wagon two cultivators plows gear etc This sale is had for the purpose of winding up the partnership now existing between Wells Gaines Everything to be sold without reserve WELLS GAINES Vat11O For Sale The undersigned has for sale 60 Feeders averaging 900 to 1100 lbs and 40 long yearlings strictly good Address J CSILER Frcachcrsville Lincoln county Ky ocU2w A DISPLAYV OF FRONT has more effect sometimes than a display of brains The ShirtFrolltsVV WE LAUNDER Theyhavefaceand keep their shape a long time OurV LADIES LAUNDRY WORK has acquired ah enviable rep utation among the fair sex both for its quality and price RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY PUBLIC SALE OFVV1Ime BR nn Mittc1 The Adams Express Company will sell nt public auction to the highest bidder for cash at lUuhttiontl Ky on itrIyVOtr 14J J time packages remaining on hand un claimed or at its various plBcps in the States of Kentucky and Virginia Sale begins at 1000 a in List can be seen at Express olllce W F GARRETT Art J W YOUNG Asat Supt s204w 7F 71 71 1lIlIIlJ TPft9P14UVIUWIs what you want in preference to all others Reasons getFitaiidgiyes more heat and uses less fuelSUI re substanthtlly built and like a hot air furnace It has a large radiating surv fac whiehcireu lates theair rapidly tuff heats the rooms evenly Itis a double heater No dirt from ashes as it is carried away by the patent flue It has perfect regula tion and easy to op rate The design of the stove is per feet The blacking fof ihe outside facin never burns off and is 71 bright all the year round For sale by llsHtni MPDY += MAIN STREET 5aiostMOND Ky rV ++ + + ++c Q c c v7v7 Vffej lll jh Hr r rVt riir 1VHMtVVCELEBRATED BUEL om Is the best article ever sold in Mens Footwear made in all the latest style toes at 350 400 450 500 5 MADE BY rtiE MANSS SHOE MVf1c0 u black Vici Kid Russia Box Smooth Box and Willow Calf all Velvet Kid lined made in Goodyear welt heavy doublesole invisible cork at 500 is a winner Q1tijM- ADCBY t QOOCllo I- rti MANSS SHOE MG Co 41wV TheV locker BooteeMade Agentsfor BtE RATED B TEE It will pay you to examine them carefully before buying elsewhere 114I 001I IMADE BY rilE MANV SHOE MFG Co I V Oil Fall Line sf Boots aid Shies ISbClete in every ptiarV iL KRJGLfij PA Brail 27 Jr iiVEre l1y j f 1ljI VV BIGGST HOUDAY EVER KNOWN I- NRICHMDNU g TWO COMPLETE UNAmUDGED PERxuItMNcEs 11 OR SHINE AT RICHMOND MONDAY 1ij TIlE MOST STUPENDOUS TREMENDOUS snows OF ALL EARTH r I UIget Menagcr st CA6D 011 Mll mm 2 tilggest Circuses f U c y 2BlgestHIp Qj4L podromestV AMERICAS TWO GREATEST SHOWS IN OXy GRAND IM PERIAL COLOSSAL COMBINATION J A BAILEY PETER SELLSLEWIS SELLS W W COLE Director GENERAL OFFICE Madison Square Harden New York r Coming Direct from its Tremendous Triumphs at Mad ktti Square Garden New York City where it Gloriu Y Conquered the Public and the Press of the Metr IIJIShowEvery Act Feature and Detail at the Exhibition 111 All Othc r nDWS Dw arf a ny om rionll THINK OF IT itDO Cwcviscs 5x300 tars 5xDO Appoiromca tOo Museums ixuo VOTse Savrs ixno Srcct Pavaits ALL UNITED AND MERGED INTO ONE VALT MAM MOTH MAGNIFICENT ENORMOUS AGGREGATION rUty REAtlZIUG TH WIt B TDRBAM r MIT tr Here Exaggeration First Meets Defeat and Language Cm not Equal Fact Here Magnitude and Merit Size tIGreatness Quality and Quantity Immensity and In terest are Twin Giants of such Ponderous Prop tions that they may not be Measured by Words n Gauged by the Standards of any Previous Exhibitions in the Shoy History of the World ooo D atO- O ra mas r e eamOJWOODARDS SEAL AND SEALION ORCHESTRA Three Herds of Prodigious Performing Elephants Thee UUThe Shows Theatres Gymnasiums and Arenas of the Wcu all have been depleted of their Star Performers to complete the Programme of this Circus Celebration of the Last Year of Earths Greatest Century TOO MANY CHAMPIONS TO BE NAMED CHAMPION ATHLETES CHAMPION ACROBATS CHAMPION EQUILIBRISTS CHAMPION SALTATOHIALISTs CHAMPION ROUGH CHAMPION CHAMPION CHAMAION GYMNASTS CHAMPION AERIAL1STS CHAMPION RACERS CHAMPION BICYCLISTS CHAMPION CONTORTIONISTS and CHAMPIONS- in every field of SKILL and STRENGTH and a vertible CONGRESS OF CHAMPION CACHINATORY CLOWNS SEE THE COMIC SUSA BAND Grand Free Street Parade VsAaaaVaaSSSVL s s p Ssasas A s RIDE Its EQUESTRIANSof ry vvvvyV y VyVV7VVyVVyVVyVVfVyVyV Jar Surpassing in Grandeur any Previous Pageantry Street Specta les or Processions Bewildering in Brilliancy Gorgeous in Glitter and cent in its Scientillations fWI s1AIW LEAPLRS Public Irrides RAIN OR SHINE Voder Absol Tents Yfttrpnot elyI Afanm at 2Evelilg at 8 Doors Open One Boar EmlierV o OOO Seats Fight as Light Day Day anSiijht Shown AUl lEMEMBBR Ticket Admits to All the Combined Shows No Raise in Prices IuIn OIrth 9 YMoIgeJ ctualItRtY a Nuald C Seats wiLbo soW on 7y bi it idilleioii 151 trCr d 0 j t- fr T F a J t4rr N 4 4iCAll 0 r lLJr 4i J iI itiIII J o 1T i c R3 NII 8o B1 HIR Time Tablo No 3 Taking Effect Sun day Juno 11 1890 bt Class 2dC i BWT fa0 T1I No Ux Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun AM PM AM Vrmillcs 1022 550 515- Nicholamrille II 01 735 630hV Uv View U 26 800 7 6t I Million 1141 B30- Uilimonl 1158 830 900 P Vnioi I 13m 1000 MiUrlwy 12 16 10 rastichl 1250 10 2- 5ItIta uIII 40 Irviuit 112 Giu fl M IOIFtIrine MIaI 2 in lOS li fleIl 2 15 I 20 irSiy 2 29 1 Tnil 232 niliiiiond 2 45 2 J5 llion 305 V iMiv View 16m 3 45 bDlasville 1315 4 V rsaillt 740 610 AM PM PM All trains connect with IxralsTllIe Southern train to and from IXHiinvill All trains connect with C N O T P trains to aid from Cincinnati J W KOCK Train Dispatcher W ADAMS Superintendent I YRUPCURE DR CALDWELLS rJfI A NIN 1- T1 13 ti n tI I if g 2e 3 s 0 o = cz 0 t = z= en im t S cJcc = I ms 1 I1 nnuue sz 8000b0r0g 1C cle C c c ucnn = igo o t t = cU i 0 = tq = y oo gg gJ KJ1 i 14Lc ro0I sCm ci OIL mf LP DR CALDWELLS PEPSItN SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleenini Car leaves Lontx rw Thursday night and runs through IIlle Praneisoti your ticket aeat for particulars or write It Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent LoHlaviIL Kv Free Redfnlng Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orlixuis A IJ HANSON WM A KELLOND- U P A Chicago A P A LonUville Mm ACTS GENTLY ON THE KSDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS CLEANSES THE SYSTEM E FECJUALL j DISPDS E5 5- OVERCOMES DAG fEvE tiA NSIPATIONBITUAL ITS BEHEtiEfFECTS BUT THC GENUINLMANTD 6X L1NIA JIG SYRVP- pJzLk Qt roa su w An trosssri nnu rti tomt janS- lyaoiiP lloc Iaa Insure your dwellings barns and all other property In the Blue Grass Insurance Compa- n of Lexington Ky a home Institution Gives protection against Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and geU cheaper ever year as long at you continue in the company For further information call on the agent and collector S R B BLACK Attorneyat Law Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court House next door to State Dank Trust Co second floor J H 1ABTER Pres may21ly C C BOSWOBTU Secy rk L incinniU iyIn Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 201 6 20 Lve Illchmond Ar 1 IO 2 S 7 09 Winchester 42 6 U 25 5 45 MaysTille 8 f 40 930 Pans SO 51C 6 17 10 28 Georgetown 7 M 4 2J 7 10 11 20 Ar Frankfoit Lve 7 09 34 Ask for tickets viaParisJNEWTON Q PA County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day Lexington Fayetto county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon dayGeorgetown Scott county third Monday lanville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county thin MondayWinchester Clark countv fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday SSS SaQo2oessoeeseGeQOaSSSaSSSI c sqS s OQSOOSSuSS SSS S SS SSs e e 0c S lIJ eo c 9e THIS WEEKS 0Iueo I OISpcffll Ltiers iiii S c a Ic DOFT FORGET IT 00 ee Ie 111 e 0I SI E Reduced Prices 1m 111 01 a exc8xactat 8Xs IfilOco Il- g Choice Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash I c c 0 Oropons Piques Ginghams and SII 00 Percales All going at SLAUGH 0 tt TER PRICESao C s ISl 5SIIl u1Jjdlw1 IBJ1illl1 illi tlJ nrn3 u l iCs CUT PRICES Ojy ALL S i I m IIJI UMMERIUNDER WEAR j rouo Il- es s51- DII eo g WoiueiS Tan and Black Oxfords regularpG g price f150 can be purchased in the gnextTEN DAYS for 100 All others 0s 0SicuuceuQ osSsi0e t yIlg 5 fflf9 mnll j nn IDn m gii C 1I1 e All sizes good qualIty at 01 COST And remember our g Clothing Suits complete at Il ei Wholesale Prices 800 S SIIl r5OI SIII e 1 cSI E i p fin V1W lli asS Sill elSf 1511 f0rrjiadvasitage of this Be Cci g ducfiiSn Sale Come to Mc fl Kees when want toi OhSs 01sa00SIllOel 511- Q5if i 18 85 SS JJ OWEN McKEE I55 cocrt I e 1ucSSSS555S5l5 555S5555I t S11 Ij WE HAVETHE OLDLETS READ THE NEW Last week o rgrJal t JJtJis con temporary the Sunday Post Dispatch announced through our column that It would give away With each nnmber for ten coneecutlvo weeks ten now and original sonps and notwithstanding the expense that must be created by this unequaled off i this great paper with all of Its charming features still re mains at the Fame old price Follow jug we giv a cimpicte ht of the songs tweet Norine by Gtusle T J avis anthor of Itnggniro Coach Ahead Prancing IicUaninnics by Max nreyfiifcoiuioscr orhA Laryjlua take walk It fell Mother Not Jo Wtirry by Louis Myll ciiniuwor of CoontOwn Carnival Cakewalk rinap Shot Sol by Willfams and Walker the IWO raI Coone authors olhI Donl Like No Cheap Man My Georgia Lady Lore by Stor ling Howard and Emerson author of Halla Ma Bahy Thro Aint No Use to Keep on Haning Round by Irvine JOIICP author ot Get Your Moneys Worth In the Shadow of Carolina hills by George Tajrgart and Max S Wilt authors of The Moth and the Flame If Alfihe Girls Were Like Youby Charles Graham author of To Little Girls in Blue Im Nothing but a Wax Doll by Malcolm Williams author of My Ann ElizerSYoull Have to Transfer by Abe Holzinanii Smposer of Smoky Motes One of tho above SOURS wiil be given away every week with the Sunday Post Dispatch To get the entire set send 50 cents to the office of thid paper St Louis Mo and in addition to the above mentioned 10 beautiful songs you will secure the great Sunday Iost Dispatch for three months Agents wanted every wheie to sell the Sunday PostDispatch the paper with tile funny colored cover Write for terms Ko night to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would bo attrac tive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and nil run down she wilt be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blot cbeskIn eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric flitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver anti kidneys and to puri fy the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a goodloot lug charming woman of a rundown invalid Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 NATURAL HISTORY A Spendid Opportunity for an Object Lesson for the Youncer Generation One feature of n circus that is given- least considorstion and which is entitled to more than passing notice is the ed ucatlon value thereof aside from itt amusement features A child is sent to school and the average youth oryoung ster finds as most Interesting the study of natural history It dotes on the ferocious lion it is amused by the Lilliputian monkey it marvels at the monstrousness of the elephant and worries over the pronunciation 01 hippopotamus and rhinoceros J teacher will vouch for the statement thut one object lesson is of more value than a hundred book lessons The me uagerio of a big circus affords the only possible opporttnity fern child to study in lifo the animals whoso pictures they are wont to see in their school book Consequently the great educational value of these traveling amusement Institutions On Monday Oct 16 the famous Adam Forepaugh and Sells Brothers combined circuses menag erics and hippodrorres are announced to exhibit inthis city It is claimed for this aggregation and justly So that its wild beast exhibit surpasses in variety and extent that o any other known collection of a simi lar character It embraces the menag erie of the original Adam Forepangl show and that of the equally as well known Sells Brothers The zoologica department of both of these amuse inetit enterprises has and always will be made a feature The greatest possi ble endeavor and a fabulous amount of money has been expended in bring lug together this collection of animals of every clime and condition which ii is promised contains the rarest sped mens of the animal kingdom To make the menagerie department one of especial interest the manage ment makes the announcement thai men who have made natural history study will bo in attendance at all time their sole duty being to gratuitous impart their knowledge the idea beiuj for the special benefit of the children What better opportunity can be con celvcd fur giving the younger generation an object lesson in zoology A telegram from Smyrna announce that there was a disastrpusearthquak at Aldin 81 miles southeast ofSmyrna I Hundreds of persons were killed In tin I valley of Mend erez- I day until with omet Jclerksn 0gadSproperIp S WiUirregularitihead back or side nausea era misery happiness of futuri ntirclyp ou from necessary exercise a faith Ip Prescriptionfunctions strengthens delicati S pain from wilt absolutely with I De periecuy There is no opium o or other narcotic in I lrescription S it contain alcohol whisky or intox S p notJutTrev room Miss tap all at tin tie the hea every tap An stopthebing still goes pa More than an other class o women the largi army needs II the and gen The the periodWomen in offices shut wilt find and so the organs that these causes be don and futun nealtll as- S other writes of ismeti eW Providence choway Co Kyc Mypedo1s cc hipS faintIngS MytomarWOIlld RDbstrength waEp PmlafpUonlets I s d nohcrm iKt I have nerOhad return this lol 1atId atvcJ fukiow Jhu j2ld- rf L L woman suffering from any female trouble canibfti EVERY by Mrs Pinkham This statement is based oa i1 d reasoning and an unrivalled record Multitudes of Americas women today blessMrs Pinkham for competent und commonsense advicer Write to her if you are ill Her SAFEI COUNSEL FOR SICK- WOMEN address is Lynn Mass Absolutely no charge is made for advice I suffered seven years and Would surely have died but for your help writes MRS GEO BAINBRIDGE Jilorea Pa to Mrs Pinkham It is with pleasure I now write to inform you that I amnow a healthy woman thanks to your kind advice and wonderful medi cine lean never praise itenough I was a constant sufferer from womb trouble and leucorrhcea had a continual pain in abdomen Sometimes1- could not walk across the floor for three or four weeks at a time Since using your medicine I now have no more bear ingdown pains or tired feelings and am well and hearty Ishall recommend Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound to all my suffering friends astbe greatest remedy forall female weakness MRS SUSIE J WEAVER 1821 Callowhill St Phila d6lphia Pa writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM I bad inflammation of the womb and painful menstruation and by your P advice I began taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound Have- S ken four bottles and used one package of Sanativo Wash and feel like a new woman I thank you so 4 much for what your mew cine has done for me MRS M BAUMANN 771 w aist St Chicago Ill writes After two months trial of Lydia E Pinkham s Vegetable Compound I can not say enough in praise for it I was a very sick woman with womb trouble when I began its use but now I am welL A Misslonlarvt Little Joker A native Maori cheftan the de- scendent of canniblQ kings who is now completing his medical education in Chicago Cannibalism ended in his tribe he says when Bishop Selwyn converted his grandfather but he tells some stories of it that have a distinctly humorous flavor For instance It is said that once a chief captured a missionary who was anything but a tooth Eome morsel as he was old and thin and looked as if his flesh would be tough The missionary warned the chief that he would not make avery wholesome dinner and pulling up his trousers cut a slice off the calf of his leg and offered it to the chief The chief tasted it and said he didnt like it and passed it to his subchief The sub tasted itl made a wry face anti- passed it on The next man took a bite of it and spat it out The ary was released After he missionI was discovered he wore a cork Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile- cure on earth Drives out Pains and sljIThere is a Comet Medal Fund by whom given we do not know by which medals are awarded to the dis coverers of comets One has been given to Dr LewisSwift of Alt Lowe Obs r1 vatory for his discovery ofa comet last March This makes nine ho has re ceived iEaeh package of PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colors either Silk Wool or Cotton perfectly Sold by C L Sear cy Waco Ky Thomas Ad ams Panoja Ky s20lm Stamp lickers tongue is the name re cently applied bjnu English physi cian to a form of we mouth occurri in clerks who have many letters to- stamp and seal ai d who moisten the adhesive surface with the everready tongueJv If you scour the world you will never find a remedy equal to One Minute Cough Cure says Editor FaoklerVof the Micanony Fla Hust LtGrlppeIbronchitis croUp and all throat and lung troubles Perry Thomas The rainy season at Manila is telling on the health of the soldiers there Two hundred and thirtytwo are in the hospitals from the Iowa regiment 201 from the Seventeenth regulars 163 from the Twelfth and a similar proportion from the other regiments As many wore are sick who are not in the hospitals but the number of deaths is t very small in proportion As a result 1the sickness the men are not revol- ullteeringzwi it was hoped at one time tbey wouldSEat plenty Kouol Dyspepsia Curo will digest what you eat It cures all forms of dyspepsia and stomach Iron- hilts E It Gamble Vernon Texas says It relieved me from the start cured mo It is now my everlast ing friend Perry Thomas ITheengineers of a blsyndicate in this country are now at Tashkend Asiatic Kussia examining the Hunger Steppe of Turkestan They areto de cide if it can be reclaimed by a system of canals and irrigation II they decide I it can be the Russian government will I give the syndicate a long lease of the steppe in return for their reclaiming It The expense is estimated at 75000000 tJapanese workmen are obliged to wear on their caps and backs an in scription stating their business ands employers name Millions of dollars is the Value placed by Mrs Mary Bird Harrisburg Pa on the life of her child when she was saved from croup by the use of One Minutt Cough Cure It cures all coughs colds I utui throat and lung troubles Perry t ThomasThe tiring hi company promo t Hon comes from Paris where a dogti cemetery hasbeen floated with a capi tal of 14000 The promoters are I ladieSI Joseph Siockfqrd Ilodgdon Me heated a sore running for seventeen years and cured Ills piles of long stand tug by using DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cures all skin diseases Perry Thomas Aged Lady Shot in Eslill Aii unconfirmed report was received here last week that Mrs Mary Ann Land hail been shot by an unknown man whodeslgned rob her or a sum ol money suppose eo be hidden lu iiei home Mrs Land resides on Millers Creekin Estillaud wlillo at her house holdduticaon Wednesday observed ii i straoRer out about the barn Shetros- ejto mvcatixato the Strangers presence there and while standing hi tiio1 door it 5Ia said wa sh through the body Herlniar arikiojis The assail ant is not kROwfGUMnauthorities NOT A RAY OF HOPE IN EXCHANGE If Christianity Is a myth there is no sweeter fiction nnclnothimwhlch brings to men greater joy and richer blessings If there Is no God then what differ once does it make what a nian believes and why should infidels seek to de prive Christians of their only hope If Christianity is a Ijio is abundant that such a 11th1S n good thing for mankind in time if not througheternity Then to infidels I say let me enjoy my delusion and die consoled by its sweetness Beecher told the truth when in sub stance he said that infidelity knocks the only crutch from under helpless mankind and leaves the race strug gling und forlorn without one promise or one ray of hope In reasons name why should any sensible man or worn an accept that which robs life of its sweetest pleasure and offers no hope to the sleeping dead JAMES W ZAOIIAEY Lexington1Ky THE New York World predicts that wo must pay morofor onrclothing and onrshoestLi year than we have paid for several years past We must pay more forour shoes because the Dingley tariff placed a duty on hides inorderto enrich the great grabbing Cattlo TnJsfc We musfpay more far our clothing because therheavy duties placed by the same law on wool andon woolen goods for tho protection of our sheep raisers And the increased cost will not be trifling irt mount Every overcoat anti every suit the tailors say will bo advanced 5 Every pair of shoes that a year ago cost 3 will cost 4GO or iMulliplytheso advances by tho 70OCO 000 who must Have several suits and several pairaol shoes apiece this year and tho itotal will represent a very heavy sutnofthoney which the law tukes oiitof tho earnings of all tho peo pie andgivesto a favored anti pro tected fetf The thing is worth think ingabout t j Soeeial Rates via R NI B Meeting Masonic Grant Lodge at Louisville Ky Oct 1020 State meeting B Y P U at Louis ville Ky Oct 1618 Meeting Kentucky Cankers Associa tion at Lexington Ky Oct 2520 Meeting Synod of Kentucky at Dan ville Ky Oct 1010 The k NI B wilt sell tickets to the above meetings at one and one third faro for the round trip on tho1 certiflcateplanS i Kentucky Jrottiug Horse BreederS Association at Lexington Ky Oct 514 The R N I B will sell tickets to Lexington Oct 3rd to 14th at one and1 oue third fare for the round trip Louisville Exposition Street Fair and Carnival Oct Sth to 21st The R N LB will sell tickets to Louisville Oct 9th to 21st at one and one third tareand on the Oth 13th 18th and21st at one fare for the round trip Tickets good two days from date of sale CM ISnOWNixo G P A CVcANNOUNCEMjNT5 QUEEN Csci- Rr1JT 4 Brotherhood of St Andrew i Coluin busD Oct 18 22 National Spiritualists Assn of United Statesand Canada Chicago ill Oct 1720 American Steel Railway Association Chicago1IlL Oct 1720 Carriage and Hfrne Dealers Asso elation New York N Y ci15 Jl- VVoinans Home Missionary Society Pittsburg Pa Oct 1825 National Conference Unitarian and other Churches Washington DCO- rto 1019 Soil in Kentucky only Grand Lodge K ofTP Ilendprson Ky Oct 2127 Kentucky Bankers Association Lex ton Kym Oct 2526S EASIER THAN EYER The present schedata of Illiaoli Cent1JlaIl road In addition to shortening Memphis and New Orleansthffs made ttEasie Than Eyer to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis ndew Orleans Vestibnl Limited Is equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Is the cti11l1ne which runs Free Reclining Chair Cartrond Vestlbuiled train weeklyPulimaaThsrIsf 923prArr4JpLVQArr Houston Saturday nan- 45pmArr2IJpruAnflu u Tit Tnt ffiater Suite to Cafiftna Parties desirlngto mate a comtortabe trip to the territory menUonW will do well to cpnv mnnlcate with Jl H Jowlcr Traf cling Pa sen ger AgeaL3nIYilIc 41Acgdjm 4eJ1IT o I i1 rD f CORRESPONDENCE RICE STATION IKstiU county Jonah Wagers and W L Rico went to Cincinnati Monday where they will lilly a large stock of full maid winter goods They will also RO to Louisville and bdyapart ol their stock Join Tayjor who has been in Boar bon county for some time is at home on a visit Frank A Lyons of Beattyville and Froli Aehcraft of Irvine were here Thursday Joe S Gardner went over to Qlay CitySunday where he helped tho Irvine base ball teamdofeat the Clay City 17 to 11 It was a splendid game and Clay Citys first defeat this season They will come to I vino Sunny The Irvine boys are playing great hall A very enjoyable social was given in room No 2 of the Great Eastern lintel Tuesday night Quito a nlco crowd wits present anti much pleasure was hail up to a very late hour Misses May Cirinstead and Dude Wilson two charming young ladies of Kings Station visiicd Wfss Myrtle Rco Tuesday Chestnuts pernimmons and opossums are pelting rigc crop is ntther large this yVa l uJIdigrhripliiasfUt the sweet jiutablirotpecfks1pr r 5Missthis placeSatnrvJay oil HcY way to her home At Portwood- AV in Richardson better known as Big Rag was at this station Saturday joking with his friends Turner Richardson of Middletown 0 is visiting his brother Curt Rich ardson Cheap Rates to Louisville The Chespeake Ohio railway will soil tickets to Louisville on October 9 to 21st Inet at one and one third fare for the round triecept that On the 9th 13lh 18th and 20th a rate of one tire will be mado on account of special attractions All tickets sold will be limited to two days from date of sale The Louisvillo people are sparing no effort orcxpense to make their Ex position maid Street Fair a grand success The C O trains do not make local stops between Lexington and Louis yule and is the shortea line between the poiutsG W BARNEY Div Pass Agt It is stated on German authority that 2000000 glass eyns are made ovary year in Germany and Switzerland while one French house manufactures 300000 of them annually Judge Scstt on Their Trail Judge Scott is camping on the trail of the pot hunters and will give them got if any are proven guilty of breaking the Game Law of Kentucky At Winchester last week the judge instructed the grand jury to invistigato time killing of partridges outof season and tobrini the offenders to justice The Richmonc GnnClub composedof forty of our leading citizens are determined to obey and enforce the game laws and our grand juries have in this orgrnzalioi a valuable adjunct inthe enforcement ot this important and humane law Iii Careful No woman can be too careful of her condition during the period before her little ones are born Neglect or improper treatment then endan gers her life and that of the child It lies with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily or whether the ordeal shall be made comparatively easy She had better do nothing than do something wrong ftrIJOfflHl EfR L FRIIIIs 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always in attendance for export cattle and nil other kinds of stockSConsignments for Commission firms given grompt attention PRIVATE EOSSE SALES EVERT WEEKDAY Simon ODonnell General Manager Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 J wri11lon f tMtiuiMto TiIttMsStatJarJ aiiF reign and 5iericu Markle aoi Graiite +FINE WORK A SPECIALTY Mf + olCe11lOr theM AGhurcli on Irvine Street where they wllPfStidconstantly on liuiul ofbuyersworkiR6verylwiIItAihcd OH application fwhicli mSr YOUR ATROGEPLIQITEDIW1S J7IMESQ TiH c M1 L 0N t r kiI IiS tI showing Us support of Bryan la 18 6 and showing his record In the state senate at Frankfort lathe Democratic caucus to nominate ate for the United States senate in 1896 without solicltaUon he aha voted tor John Young Brown In view of that he particularly regretted Gov Browns present course lYou are the best preacher I have heard in many a day shouted a voice from the rear of the crowd Mr Goebel said he was chairman of the Kenton county campaign committee In 1896 and there in the home of John G Carlisle there was turned out for Bryan a majority that was 600 votes greater than that which the coun ty gave Cleveland In Uoebel Gave 1892IThe speaker said 1896 campaign when asked for a con tribution to the campaign fund he gave 700 in cash lTbatls more than anybody else In the state gave shouted a voice I dont know whether any other person in Kentucky gave 700 for Uryan said Mr Goebel but If there is use his name is not John Young Urown Applause and laughter Referring again to his record in the cute senate he said he had been cred rcJ with preventing the passage of the fuiua bill and if it had passed Brown wl now be the candidate for gover under its device and all the other cates would be Republicans This u would have enabled the Republl and the bolters to make such an aLgement Mr Goebel said he was re y tod that Brown forgot In hiss ui here Saturday to menUon the lc lan party The speaker pro- i ito an arraignment of Republi cs aciples and Republican methoaa IL Smith president of the L e and Nashville Railroad com dressed the following commu 4 L to the editor of the Courier noi and it was printed In that pa 1 liily 4 l nut engage In a controversy 1 nt ulltorthe odds are too great Oifiess I venture to call In y u some of the statements con L in an edtorial published in the t ui Life CourierJournal of the 1st w uie attention to some erroneous t ji iijns management of the Louisville t ituiiviUe Railroad company has ne iariicipated in partisan politics ii importation interest is an imp one and is entitled to the full oa of the lawmaking Judicial u ur departments of government f viued to a hearing and its rep r Lu have the right to vote in viis participate in the govern 1 ud have the r i c fend the interests they rep r u yen such Interests are at L i Ihe management of the Lou L r a Nashville Railroad comp j iu Laver been active and has no- l to be active In what is termed i except to protect so far as r these important interests ippresslvo legislation and un p jiuiment of the law It will ue eliminated as a factor in tshen assured by all parties crests will be treated fairly u reasonable protection It is iiiniocratic or Republican r Uuebel has for many years Mxessful speculator in damage personal injuries In thepur a business he Is said to have i a fortune For about fifteen Los been a legislator and dur r Itriod has exerted himself or less success to secure the t t of legislation unjustly af ue interests of c toproersonalC C McChord having a perc ance has for that or other operated with Senator Goe itavoring to secure legislation to injuriously and perhaps fa tranportari c nator Goebel In the enactment of other Inlm a i scares pmifmen being candidates- r UiKF which should they be sueBfuJ will give them the power to thel Senator Goebel said addressing him self to any persona whi might be present that If they fount edllpOJthe notomehewrong for Whallen the agent of the Land N to gather 300 thugs In u stable conventtotherebycall upon the police then charge it all up to me If you think it was not wrong for the L and N to try to breakup the convention when It became apparent that I would be nominated you think the tinhorn brigade did right in trying to block the proceedIngs of that convention charge it all up to me but vote tor the rest of the Ucket mytrIendsable to stand It than I am The enthusiasm of the crowd at the conclusion of this sentence was very great When the speaker was permit ted to proceed he said Dont tall to send to the legislature from this district a Democratic sena tor and Democratic representative because ntact year the legislature will elect a United States senator to sue seed Lindsay and you want someone sent to Washington who will aid Mr Bryan Do that whether you elect ms or not for I dont want to be governor unless that honor shall carry with It the privilege ot signing my name to a commission which will entitle J C 5 Blackburn to a seat in the United States senate Goebelovation to Mr Blackburn IMilton H Smiths Letter unquestionably corporations endeavoring discontented Iness interests some of the officers and employes of the Louisville and Nash vill Railroad company have sought to aid their opponents and endeavored so far as they could In a proper way to Induce others to do likewise The Louisville and Nashville Rail road company has done something for the development of the material Inter andwouldbest it can to furnish facilities for In tercourse and for movement of traffic for a considerable portion of the state and In doing so it renders considerable service at cost or less than cost L e without Compensation There are oth er parts of the state having great need of Improved transportation facilities which its management would like to provide although there is at present little prospect that it can be done without for many years Incurring a direct loss It has no desire to partici talrlybyis governor of Kentucky or who is mayor of Louisville The foregoing being a brief state ment of the facts of the present situa jusUfynouncing its former friendly feeling for this company but in declaring war against it Because the officers and employes of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company are opposed to the election of Senator Goebel to the office of governor and Senator McChord to the office of railroad commissioner for this district the CourierJournal thrownItselftics and is therefore no longer en titled to the friendship and support of the CourierJournal against unreason Ing enemies and mercenary dema gogues but on the contrary Is de serving of and must be prepared to re ceive the enmity of that paper and is put upon notice that tie CourierJour nal will Join Goebel and other unreasoning enemies and demagogues In destroying its property and In driving it out of Kentucky politics Louisvlllewill Immediately and of Its own accord quit politics so soon as all parties materialinterestsof IsdoneremediestheQearie met nor am I anxious to advise Sat than rush with such furious zeal into ratJilt t ooaIbetVeryrerCALLING IN THE PASSES n7ttoubtsof the L and N Railroad company to first muzzle If It can the editorial ex pressions of the newspapers of Ken tucky then to elect its own officers of the law irony governor down and run the commonwealth to suit Its own greedy desires we call the especial attention to such doubting ones to the following correspondence which has recently taken place between the editor of this paper and the president and assistant superintendent of that road LETTER NO L Received Aug 1 1899 Louisville and Nashville Railway Com pany Presidents Office Milton H KyJulyPERSONAL KyDearwith you extending over a period of possibly six or eight years 1 have al ways entertained the opinion that you were disposed to be exceedingly friend ly to the Interests of this company and acting upon that supposition I have extended courtesies of the company each year to yourself personally and In fact furnished you with extraordi nary facilities in connection with the publication of your various papers having possibly done more for your transportationsize and importance in the state of had an opportunity of con talkingwith pressIderstood by you and that you are per fectly well aware of the fact that the transportationany return for same in the way of ad vertising but that it does expect to receive at least fair treatment at the hands of those editors to which it ex tends its courtesies At the same time the management of the company realizes perfectly well that it has no right and certainly has no desire to control or influence the editorial expressions of any paper and realizes fully that you have a perfect right to conduct your newspaper along such lines as may seem bEt to yourself but In view of the fact that I knew you were fully advised as to our policy and that you had accepted the courtesies of the company for many years I was greatly surprised when my atten tion was called to the attitude of yoW paper for the last few weeks not understanding how you could accept the courtesies of the company and at the same time resort to abuse of its man agementIn of this condition of things Iassume that you do not care to be compatljandfore suggest that you return the com plimentary annual pass which was fa oftheJ H RINGGOLD REPLY NO T Duplicate Office of The Todd County Democrat ManagerTrentonMr 57 H Ringgold Asst Supt L KyDearSirtion and return the railroad pass by fromthebeen misinformed relative to my attitude toward your road I will briefly outline my feelings toward your com pany at the present time then if you still desire the pass It shall be forth coming You refer at some length to my for mer friendship for your company I aMl1NpR2reid afrienddevelop theLIn the development of Kentucky and newspaper officersorthat having accepted courtesies at your stillsoenterprise political organlzaUon Iami Demo avocaunginees Your president Mr Smith hu hesayspower to defeat Goebel and the entireDemocratic ticket Your company orgun1atlon sadButIIntendno one any good As to the truthful mperfecUythe Democrat In evidence trankbandDemocratic nnA J thealmostcraUc party In Kentucky I shall op waypoasible readyevendesire It because the Democrat has Itsmanagementand the files of my paper will sustainme thatouras pleasant as they have been V truly L J OLDHAM LETTER NO 2 Louisville and Nashville Railroad Com SmithPresident1899 Trentonme for cancellation the complimentary annual pass Issued in on beginningbe accepted YoursId truly ant Dupica1Office Trenton Ky Aug 221899 x e M H Smith President L andN R It complianceand it Is herewith enclosed to beneIcountypaper opinIonthe publication of your time card adveruging byyouand for which I have never asked nor watortransportation JioweverItcourtesies latf my hands for courte demandthep3MThe morethanpreferwalking myownilu please Yours truly KLDHHUOta f rupp1etn Dt i GOEBEL TAGS THEM Tells Bowling Green Audience something of His Chief Detractors Mr Goebel and Senator Blackburn 4 receiTea aii ovation at Bowling Green Where they spoke to 4000 people Mr Goebel made a speech that was mark ed by some notable personal references As Senator Goebel advanced toward tho front of the stage the applause was greater and more enthusiastic than any that he or probably any other candidate or speaker has received during thls campaign When finally he was permitted to speak he said 7 Ladies and Gentlemen I believe this place was picked out by the Hon John Young Brown to launch the campaign of the Bolters against the Democratic party I wish the Hon John Young Brown was here today There was not a single tree railroad train there was not a single free ticket there was not a single freelunch ticket to help swell this crowd to such enormous proportions but every man paid his way to come here That is the way the Democrats conduct their campaign The other is the way the L and N railroad conducts its campaign Tells About Hnllam My fellowcitizens before I go into thebody of what I have to say I want to say something about certain statements that were made in this commu nity some weeks since I Sever assaulted a man In my life unless he first assaulted me But I ask no quarter 1 fear no foe There have been distributed broadcast through Kentucky copies of tho Louisville Dispatch and the Louisville Post and if they have left unsaid anything that was menda cious and malignant I should like to know what it is Some time ago you had In this city Theodore Hallam of Covington and he said a good many things about me also mentioning some of the members of my family I repeat that I never first assaulted any man but no man ever crowded me that he didnt get the best I could give him T have lived for thirty years In the same town with Hallam where all know about us both That community has honored me by sending me to the state senate for a period longer than was ever enjoyed by any other man When Hallam ran against me his friends at the time controlling the party organization I beat Hallam with the votes of Democrats in every one of the flftyiwo precincts of the county and also in his home precinct In one vote stood 52 to 0 He got and 4A himYwere held today it would be 16 to 1 If Life ratio In Kenton county this fall as between the Democrats and Republi cans Is not in a similar ratio it will not be my fault Hallam said I had not changed a particle In appearance in twenty years But I cant say as much for him It I had been a drunk ard and a debauches I too would have changed and would carry with me a face similar to a piece of cancerous beefsteak Loud applause He may talk about my brothers but I never had one in the penitentiary applause and that is more tan he can say for himself And Meyer Ton- I will tell you what is the matter with Hallam He and Harvey Meyers while in the legislature were partners indrawing a monthly stipend from the lotteries I passed a BilLthat took from them that stipend Meyers while speaker of the Kentucky house of representatives wrote a letter to Manager Frantz of the Covington lot tery offices demanding 200 as a monthly stipend and I have the origi nal copy of that letter at home A fac simile of It was once published In a Cincinnati newspaper and that is one reason why Meyers was not sent back to the legislature and one reason agoforcommonwealths LexingtonJohn C Droege for treasurer on the L and N ticket Somesir years ago Droege was a member of the board of aldermen in An attempt was made to extend the franchise of the street railway company and Droege went before the grand Jury and had Meyers indicted for attempting to bribe him to support this ordinance The case was tried It was shown at beenwithdrawned and Meyers escaped because the ordinance waS not pending at the time Droege swore that the attempt to bribe him was made The statute applied only with reference to a pending ordinance A not One for Owens And W C Owens of Georgetown is one of those who have been assailing me While at Frankfort I did what I could to make Ita felony to run a faro bank or roulette table and other gambling devices and thereby I Interfered with Owens regular business Of course he does not like it He be came an applicant at the hands of Wil liam McKinley for an office as member of the interstate commerce commis sion and I suppose his present course indicates that he is getting ready to make another application after this fight is over And another purl catlonlst is Col anything Democracy Kentucky railroad connection present August whether menting Senator remarked railroad officials anxious railroad marching protect election sentiments railroad railroad AT LAW8ENCEBURG Bowling Senator Theodore brothers penitentia speech Princeton Friday Hallam attempted Impression Goebel referred brothers military prison during Louisville Republican Hallams a charge insulted Confederate soldiers Senator Saturday language plainer Hallam brother he something speech Theodore UowUngGreenbrother I said I a brother that something Hallam I see brother a Confederate soldier thrown into prison I Hallam had brothers I brother a Confederate I referred another brother convicted a charge I am incapable casting reflection a Confederate Eoldler a member Confederate a military I am responsible bringing nomination that gallant W Pollard Breckinrldge I mention his who are trying purity politics in Kentucky have also read H Mackoy Covington He chairman Palmer Buckner the Hindman committees Kenton county in 1896 and 1897 he was a member of directors a turnpike company when I secured passage a law resulted in cutting its tolls in half I thereby interfered with his business somewhat I know that animate assaults me- L aud N lUred Organs getting Louisville Dispatch and Post In 1895 a blackmailing paper called published Louisville its name is George W tried for convicted a pardon refused him the Republican governor forced admit a record filed the circuit court that he had published statements Hqn Ben Johnson Nelson county This man political writing for the and N morning The president of Dispatch Is Allen R who Saturday at bolters meet Ing voted for Bradley for gover TaylorthisyearschletCommercial he is now a Republican always one business manager Deltzraan for years business manager Louisville Commercial Is a straightout Republican and never will be else These are the men who are attempting to represent the of The Dispatch Is owned by the L and N Railroad company every free copy of that paper and the Louisville Post is paid for out of the coffers of the L and N railroadA In the audience We know thatSenator Goebel took up the subject of the L and N and its with the campaign for governor He read the letter which he received several days ago from Belmont the chairman of the L N railroads of directors He want ed to know after readlngtIt the letter was a or a upon Mr Belmonts repudia tion the truth of Goebels statements speaker that it was the business of the L and N repudiate the truth He told his socalled hos tility the L and N and said he was particularly to talk to the employes and not to the managers of that company He wanted to talk to the men who forced in 1896 to down Main street in Louisville with Gen Basil W Duke at their to the to whom Bryan said I you for under banner are It to your wives and your chil dren but when you go into the booth on day vote your speaker told effort of the L and N to repeal law which created the state SENATOR GOEBEL At Green replying to some of Hal lams abuse stated that one of Hallaruj had been in the ry In his at to create the that to the imprisonment of one of his in a the war The Post and other reply as the basis of that Goebel had the Gotsbel at Lawrenceburg used this to it to which bad to say In my Bowling about that never had In the penitentiary and it was could not say Hallam said this was true but that its was and was tier ing the war Mark what now say several and want ole Con federates to know It was not his who was soldier that to It was one who was of civ il of any upon as of my family was a soldier and was thrown into and you all know that held for the of soldier Robert JBrecklnridge C need only to name And these aro the men to You of W of was of the ana and of the board of of the of which and think you ought to the reasons these upon But back to the there was Justice which was in editor whose Smith was libel was and was by He was to In in Nelson lied In his about the of Smith is doing most of the L hired organ the Carter was here the He and was The is Albert who was of the He and and board Com of the to about toward were march head men dont blame their as you doing The then about the the Goebel papers used make meant- I Green prlsou about commission and the part which he as a member of the state senate took in bringing about the defeat of that re peal measure There was loud laugh ter when he mentioned Wilbur F Browder of Russellvllle as one of the lobbyists who helped Milton H Smith E B Stahlman Basil W Duke and others try to secure the passage of tha measure He wanted to know whethe- the fact that he denounced the L an- N d lobby in his report to the senat- furnished the reason for Browders hostility to him in this campaign- I bet it does said an enthusiastic Goebellte out in the audience There was much enthusiasm and ap plause while Senator Goebel was mak inghis points on these railroad mat ternidsJ Against Double tlendrrn Senator Goebel discussed his fellow servant bill He said in explanation that the liability of the railroad cor poration to its employes for injury In the service should be the same as it Is to the traveler If through the neglect Injuredtheemploye is injured by another in many cases the company is not responsible shouldIe ordinary traveler I have several let ters said Senator Goebel asking me what was my position with reference to doubleheaders and whether I would recommend to the legislature if elected governor the passage of a law prohibiting the running of doublehead ers I wan to state that I am for a law acalnit doubleheaders on frelpt whatby Is number of cars to Ltl- meant the crewofengine have no chance to second case ot a wreck They escape thPemployessafety outweiglI the savicg railroad company by to the an extra crew This is the law in with e ancitizenrailroad employes Now it ILis till tfmyHe is dead game saidaySenator Goebel skid that d strike in 1804 some railroad nn rro Were the raIledaponway orders to defend them ton He not only did this Ialsowent on their bonds got u jjt charginglie II a fee 1ttat unjustifiable JahenIiIghthoureneral tosecureLservehildded ofheiIt111Imploresearly understand my p he matters JJLContinuing Senator The Louisville Port nc ii Tatnayasluring tendlielnghe people of Kentucky ipplajise I had one hung Jury sgornen witnesses against him The U and N railroad titwIponitand upon But when reed they will go down in n 1896 they are using ft o aid in the attacks on th theyindrom their coffers I swear everyone OUKV or you said a voice AB to Browns Statrm Speaking of John YIJenator Goebel said I cli U days since that a few was nominated John 1rprocured the publication i n the Louisville Times suv he state convention his o delegater t peMcChord who refused to n ter which I wrote to him ni ject When Gov Browu he nomination from th ates that nominated me I aimself from complaint it vention had nominated lror Hardin I would have bato march loudup applau footlights at Music hall andI my friends to support the JKH fatesthink I was running for r Each one thought I ought en the nomination to him IIIe Brown seems to think I sir r and Woodson to his office r the nomination But Drown la man in Kentucky who w i didnt try my level best a nomination and If anybody will not try to win he is mistaken Applause and The speaker said that Brow r ferred to his Goebels rfChesilver question The senatI r like to parade his own acts kBrown had referred to them JI wJuld call their attention to soma facts He rsTlnrtd ils retard u a party sin