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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Iii 1 THiE RICHMOND CLIMAX mmPSS jtIt VOLUME 26 if RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 1899 NUMBER 21 g tV1Jecled4Jh REPAIRING WATcnESA a All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND Ky For Rent t ++ goodQ tP las wire store Main St lso very desirable ghtroom xvith ieuces residencei GRIGGSBY d EASTERN KENtUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC lUN AGENCY iR LEE DAVIS Manager IiUl l Mineral and Timber ttiuds bought ind sold v n commission Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection lrZWrite or call on erfOi further particulars 0 CVrtoom 0Sfffberley Build ire Rirhmonilriy PRb ffafJAL CARDS r03lrEY IROBERTS ATTOUNEYATLA- WUICHMOND KENTUCKY IB Office in Moberley Building RW MILLER ATTORNKYATLAW RICH KKirntcxT Oft t in the Hurnnm nulldlng nest door to armr National lIauk feb3ly SlTJJLtV ANJA J ArroBSBY AT TAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY THlhe over Taylors Hardware fitnre 01 Tit Court lonce on Main Street I HOGG 7TOnEY AT LAW iiriMosn KENTUCKY tjitice No tIA First St up stairs 31 30 t tMo1IENULTATTOJNEYS KviMitNii KENTUCKY oitire on Second statit over Chen tutNgrfbttry- Yl R LETCHER AttorneyqtLaiD 1lurnslI 2 KENTCCKY- Oili with T fmith Jr over C iviiij tnn iMItlI l- lTCLowryAtIOrii6ZatL4tW 1rhrluy BuIliHiiK Riclioml Ky PSTSICIAiTS DtS GIBSON EG GIBSON PIIYSTOIA NAXn SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe lIn building 18 and to Sec oad Street over Wuue old dructtorc c7 CIIAS HOOKER fFTERTNAR1lWREON Graduate Ontario Vtterinary College iVeterinary Dentltry and Sterility a Specialty iwomoe np stairs over store recently accn by Richmond Harness Co Eat St Uichmonil Ky mpr7ly lL C JASPER MD and Surgery IMedicine Buildint Main Street way the Carr pUce on RiciiJioxn KENTUCKY Gw EVANS M D PlIYBICIAJ AND SDKOKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY f 03Offlce and residence on Second Street tDEN ALsunaz T DTet On50 DET18T LOUISVILLE Kr- mrOfllce iOFI next door to Government Building niclimSDJ Ky OflJcehour 9to lto 4 liovi7ly DR Web SMITH I DENTIST JraOflSce over CollhiaGrOeetT same office lately occupied by Dr W W Bnrjfln Janllly tDr Louis H Land lan No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will beat the HotelZJmmer nlchmpnd Ky on FRIDAY OCT 11 1899 jwckOoBtbE fW Jfi tO 8xt- eY vtcx8br WINDOW GLASS iCOLD WEATHER IS NOW upon us Sa now is the time to put in your GLASS and 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 coniplete forget our WALt hUN I AEOr1VE NTSOllIp Tnprice Our d PAINTS 110 per gallon WINDOW SHADES TEN CENTS on up Neat PICTURE FRAMES TWENTYFIVE CENTS Picture Frames Wall Paper Window Shades Mouldings Glass Paints Oils Varnishes STOCK TIlE LARGEST PRICES THE LOWEST HIM TOM V S1IJ EIEEET S KYI4 The Optic Specialist 4 of No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Olyndon hotel Richmond MONDAY NOVEMBER 1st returning one day each month Byes exam- Ined and glasses scientifically adjusted PURITY OF TONE combined with great range and power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano dnE n Ina rument of very sold construction it is recommended tothose 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 2 500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICIIMOND Ky ARE YOU FOR SIIAEU Yeapf course when it is made Into finch beantifullorm as our Sterling Silverware popsesees Not the form only recom mends it but the quality its well Tea Sets Knives Forks Spoons Etc AH of the finest material nml war ranted to wear well You may not have seen the new designs we are exhibiting Now is your opportunity Do not wait until the choicest are sold F J YEAGER No 2821 St Richmond Ky epeiy nelL eue inn lo R i1y Time of Trains al Winchester Ky WEST fOUND lit Sterling and G55 am ELLen for Loulil1e1 30 cia Morehead and Lexington Acconu a 00 pm New York Limited P F V 1 W P n EAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 8 15 am New Yoft Limited 11 Vl1Main LexingtOn and Mt Sterling Accom 8 pm Wcchingtoti Kxpres 9 23 pm Accommodation trains run dally except San day Other trains run dally through cl epll1 and dIning car service to No York For Information rates or sIeeperr s miUpna giloQrwle ROOD Acct erttltOMlS W axy Ch U 1v lJ DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR GOVERNOR HON WILLIAM GOEBEL- OF KENTON COUNTY FOR IiIKUTKNA NT C3OVKBNOII J C W ItECKAM OF NEISON COUNTY FOR ATTOUNKY OKNEKAI 11 J IWKCKINRIDGK OF BOYLE CUNTV FOR AUDITOR GUS COULTER OF GRAVES COUNTY POR TREASURER 8WHAGER OF BOY1J COUNTY YORSECRARYOFSTATE CALEB BRECKINRIDE HILL OF CLARK COUNTY YOU COMMISSIONER OF AGRICUITUB1 I N N ALT OF JEEFEKSON COUNTY FOR SUPT OF PUBLIC TNSTUCTION IL V McCHESNEY OF LIVINGTON COUNTY FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONED SfVDIST COL A W HAMILTON OF liT sTE LING Yon REPRESENTATIVE liON W WCVMBS JrAbisqN COUNTY 9bnfcduNTY JUDGE NB5COY MAGISTRATE D P ARMER CHIEF OF POLICE JAS HALLMAN COUSCILMES CAL MAUPIN IWUTUS DUNCAN chALL LYMAN PARISH JACK FREEMAN flOUSE J B SROUFFER 1 W D ARNOLD f IThnEnsz- rYANNOUNCEMENT FOB COCKTT CLERK We are authorized to announce Alien sucJecttoWe are authorized to announce C II RAY sUbJecttoWe are authorized to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M MILLER a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party JESSEconnto the action of the Democratic party FOB SHERIFF FVcountysubject to the action of the Democratic party WBALLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aOthBrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party llEROADDUB rsubject to the actlcn of the Democratic party roa ASSMSOB OLoHAIcountysubject to the action of the Demo party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Awessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic party GEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to anttoUUci Q W DEATH BRAG E a candidate rot AMCSsOf Of Madison county subject to the action Of the Democratic party We are authorUed to announce nUb DUNN of the Glade District a for subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB MtLStt cLACJcounty subject to the action ti tile Iictnoerat1 party oPAttRlSIlCounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorised id announce JACK RUSS candidate for Jailer of Madison cBunty for theDemocraUc PI1ZKINdaction of the Democratic party 1o18a9J 1900 In 1896 there WAS ft bolt in Kentucky It was led by the Ic N Railroad lnd its organ the LouisvilhrPost In 1895 the Postretused to put the name of ten Hardin at the head of the Democratic tieketand waged the most violent war fare on hllll This prepared the way for 9C and then a third ticket was put infield Palmer and Ouckner were u edas stalking horses to lute away Democrats from their party The Post in the most violent and Vindictive man ner abused Bryan and all his followers This bolt succeeded and ilcKinley is the result In ISOT we find the L N and Post leading the bolt again and Urging Dem ocrats to destroy themselves They hope by this move to completely destroy the Democratic party and turn the State over to the tender mercies of the L Nand the trusts In 1900 this same gang will be found again fighting Brya tiwith the same vindictiveness they are now fighting Goebel They will lend a bolt from the Democratic party every time they can find apy foolish enough to follow thetiit so long as the party adheres to its present principles It is not men they are flghtfng so much as it is what they stand for From the moment the Chicago platform pcopledeclarectTheir tions atid4rnate tim money power has left nothing undone to destroy the party and its organization Tiie people must give up all hope of ever winning until they abandon inchprinciples and consent to write platforms that mean nothing In 1896 1899 and in 1000 tha Ihjht is the same The people are 4o be deluded and deceived It seems that any man who believes in Democracy can not seethe mailed hand of the same enemy In every blow that is struck at the rights of tho masses If the people surrender themselves to the corporations to make their laws for them what hope can we have for our future Tile election of Wm Goebel and the ticket Tin heads menus that there will be no bolt In 1900 This is the supreme effort of the enemies pf the Democratic party to destroy itg POW f in Kentucky Falling this year they will be forced to aban don their nefarIous Bcheme tQ faten a plutocratic government on a free poo pie 1900 is lobe the next great battle for the liberties of the American people and if we stand true arid firm this year we will win next yearExchangehue t Cpre Tnkn LuxaUvf Bromo QuinlnelAfaleto All ilrBfmtebi refttHtl the motley Hit flI to CtMtto J6e E W Grov iIT aMert k M MMit boc oetIMm 1 rL OALAVSOLUIELY PyRE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ICO 01 Interest lo Farmers of Madison County Tho CUSTAX has secured from Hon Charles L Searcy of WACO two short papers upon subjects of interest anti importance especially to the farmers of this county The subjects are Industrial development of county mills factories etc with mention of opportunities for employment of capi tat promising Rood returns 2 Mineral deposits including build ing stones workable days gas and oil extent of development and prospects and possibilities of development Upon the first of these subjects we herewith produce Mr Searcys views reserving his second paper for our next issue It may be remarked that there is no man in the county more compet ent than Mr Searcy to discuss these important subjects his fitness and capacity having been repeatedly recog nized by his selection to read papers before the State Industrial Convention at Louisville Mr Searcy was restrict ed to two hundred words and hence be does not attempt to treat the subjects exhaustively On the first topic ho writesIn the better portion of Madison county where the blue grass hemp etc flourishes the natives are too busy looking after their products and herds of fine cattle to start manufactories and in tho eastern portion of the county where the lands are tutu and formerly unproductive the people are not able to erect muchneeded plants to develop the hidden treasures without the aid of outside capital and enercy Lets than a dcadeslnce this thin soil Was thought to be too poor to sprout black eyed peas but as if by magic this poor sandy clay soil has changed Ji a few years to a blooming anti fertile garden The land when properly tilled and fertilized is adapted to the growth of small fruits and vegetables and today there are not less than one hundred small farmers profitably raising fruits and vegetables where ten farmers for wetly barely made a living Iletiee there is not as ttinch interest taken in the industrial development on the pos sibilities demand bbt all are waiting for outside capital to reap the proffis Richmond JiltS two good modern flouring mill two planing mills ice fac tory laundry waterworks Raselectrici ity telephones etc but could make it profitable for doieria of manufactories and should have them there is a large distillery at Silver Creek and je or six smaller ones in the county and quite a number of good mills in different parts of the county Since the memory ol the oldest in habitant there have been three or four stone ware manufactories and two good flouring mills located at Waco Recently there lisa been erected near the same place on the railroad a large draintile and brick plant and the de mand for the products are very good disposing of all they can make There- In room for many more manufactories of this vast clay deposit A modern pottery jrould reap a rich harvest Our oil and gas fields need development and thecorapany that first gets ih the field are almost sure of success We need any number of mills and manu factories to develop the many and varied resources of this county There is the highest prospect of good returns on almost any investment and we truly welcome all good emigrants and ask thpm to assist us to build up the grandest county In the State UineoVrrrd by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests but her vital or gaps were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered away to recovery by purchasinjt of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery forConsump tiontand was so much relieved on taking first dose that eho slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her name is 5frs Luther Lutz Thus writes W C Co of Shelby N C Trial bojtlos free at Perry Thomas Drugstore Sncces sore to W4G White Regular size and 100 every bottle guaranteed 4 4ZWarlheiresents- For50 cents worth ofwork Wo are giving away many watches bicycles sewing machines guns etc to Introduce our paper Pastime a high class illustrated family paper of from 16 to 32 large pagettt 01 to 128 columns of choice good stories literature art humor let ters of travel in foreign lands etc And nil you have to do to get 12 worth of presents is to get 20 eulscribers at tO cents each Send 10 peuts in stamps for full paticulars long list of presents and olir paper Pastime for Gmoothsi Address The Pastime Co v Louisville When our boy were almost dead oocorgRveOneered rapidly writes P IL Belles Argyle Pa It cures coughs colds and all throat and lung troubles Perry fc Thomas Whatis probably the most venerable piece of furniture in existence is JH In the British mBseauv It ir thrMM rrf ilftiw vtra rII ttaitatlM Ifita jllOO Oj BAKING rOWDER RELIGIOUS Boy Wr Turner the new pastor of the Methodist church preached two special sermons at the beginning of pastorate here some weeks ago from which the following extracts were made As the sermon is adaptable to all churches in their relations to tiieir minister it is given with the idea that a better conception of the duties of pastor and people may be obtained Mr Turner among other things said In preaching the first thing to be con sidered is not the sermon but the preacher In a very high sense it is the character and proportions of She preacher that determines his success in winning men The ministry is no place for a mean spirited man It is a place for heroes and grand men Pig miles are a hindrance and curse A call to the ministry is not a call to men who could succeed nowhere else The enterprise the church of God hiss in hand needs Mien who could command armies promote undertakings of the greatest magnitude govern cities or rule empires The pulpit is the place for consecrated purified genius It is the most eminent and important of earthly positions Here shonld stand the Cliathams Barkea and Sherldans hero is scape for the energies of the Websters Grant ami Lees as well as or those of less genius but equal force of character It is no place for a coward or a selfseeker nor for an indolent untrained forceless nobody who itjie enters the ministry will have to be carried by the church The grave need in ministerial education is more intelligent attention to the preachers personality dbodpreaching cau be done only by a great man The minister should be first of all a gentleman He should Jive by the very highest cole of morals No amount of preach- Ing arid profession will supply a lack here He should be not a mere relig iousish but n alan He should bo a prompt man in all business engage ments No amount of prayer will ex cure a man for the loss of Ills business integrity through neglect or dishonesty Uefthonld not lien whining mendicant holding out his hands for alms but a man who has the respect of all men be because he respects himself He should bo an intellectual man and should live iu an intellectual gym nasium Every sermon ought to be his best Every effort the result of the broadest scholarship A preacher has no reason fur not being a student If he would remember this and act ac cordingly he would not so soon reach the daad line1 He should be a holy man He cannot lift men higher than he himself is There should be the closest fellowship with theDivIne No moral weakness should be tolerated His work is the building of character and the presenting of men faultless before God He ought to take advantage of whatever will tile better fit him for this great work The minister is not only a preacher but a pastor He shouldstand veiy close to his flock He ought to have their confidence and esteem He Is to be their adviser and counsellor in spirtual things and to help them in ill possible ways to be good and do good After making use ot silt the means that come to baud he is to depend in the highest sense upon God and make use of all divine re- Sources President ICing Farmers Bank Brooklyn Michigan has used DeWitts Little Early Risers in his family fot years Says they are the best These cunetipationbiliousness troubles Perry Thomas THE KENTUCKIANS WOES tPincVneyville Iii Democrat Man born in the wilds of Kentucky is of feud days and virtue lIe flsheth fiddleth and fighteth all the days of his life He shunneth water as a mad dog and drinketh much whisky When lie desireth to raise hell he planteth neighbor and lo he reapeth twenty fold lIe death oven from his cradle to seek the scalp of his Rrandslree enemy and bringeth home in lila carcass the ammunition of lila neighbors wifes uncles fathcriiilavr who avengeth the dead Yea verily his life is Uncertain and he knoweth not the hour when he may bo fired hence He goeth on a journey half shot and Doth backtan a shutter shot Ho risetb in the night to let the cat out and it takes nine doctors three days to pick the buckshot from his person lie gooll1 forth In joy and gladness and coaeth back in tcrans and frag mentsHe calleth his fellowman a liar and getleth himself filled with scrap iron even to the fourth generation- A clyclone blqweth him Into the bosom of his neighbors wife and his neighbors wifes husband bloweth him Into the bosom of Father Aruham be fore hchntli time to explain lie emptieth a demijohn Into himself and a shotgun into his enemy aud his enemys son lieth in wait on election day and lo the coronor ploweth up a fortyabro field to bury tho remains of thatumn Woe woe ip Kentucky for her eyes are red wlth bad whisky and hrr soil is alalued with blood of demijitis Selah PUTNAM FADELESS DYESDO NOT STAIN THE HANDS OR SPOT THE KETTLE Sold by C L Seat y Waco Ky Thomas AdamSjTanola Ivy o25lm The contract has been lot for the con Unction of the Ohio and Kentucky railroad to extend from Jwckaon Ureathitt county through Wolfe county into the rich cooL cud trab t Iliad el Zmu Xtuy1 iihiew wt a QUALITY AND NEWS Fame and Excellence are Determining Factors in Successful Development One of the Important functions of High Class Newspapers In presenting interesting phases 0 scientific and economic problemshigh class newspapers frequently give infor mation of as great value in their ad- vertisingI columns as in those devoted to the publication of the principal events of the day and when the fame of a product is extended beyond its natural limits into foreign lands and a large demand created throughout Great- Britain and her Colonies and the prin cipal seaports and cities of Europe Asia and Africa it becomes a pleasant duty to note the fact and tell of the points of excellence on which so great a Success in based We refer to the now worldfamed laxative remedy Syrup of Figs the product of the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Company The merits of this well known excellent laxative were first made known to the world through the medical journals and newspapers of the United States and is one of the distinct achievements of the press It is now well known that Syrup of Figs is an ethical proprietory remedy approved by the most eminent physicians everywhere because it is simple and effective yet pleasant to the taste and acceptable tho system acJ not only prompt in its beneficial effects but also wholly free from any unpleasant aftereffects It is frequent ly referred to as the remedy of the healthy because it Is used by people who enjoy good health and who live well and feel well and are well informed on all subjects generally including laxatives In order to get its beneficial effects it is necessary to get the genu ine Syrup of Pis1which is manulac tured by the California Fig Syrup Co only Tho Appetite of a Guat Is envied hyall poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills tho wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regu lar bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 2a cords at any Drugstore 4 What difference does it make if Senator Joobel was once a god man even if it be true that he was He accepted the Chicago platform as the partys rule and practice was appointed chair man of the Democratic campaign committee and not only did all he could per sonally lot the ticket but contributed 700 to aid in its election The opposition papers are making a great ado over Carlisles letters charging that Goebel wasnt nlways a ailverman but the arch traitor hurts himself more than anybody else by rushing in to help tie feat Democracy which made him all he wits A rotten egg shower would do the old fellow good and he might get it if he tried now to address Kentucky Democrats Stanford Journal It did me more good than anything I ever used My dyspepsia was of moiths standing after eating it was terrible Now Iam well writes S H Keenur HnUincloii Kansas of Ko dul Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Perry Thomas General Hnrdin denies the story printed by the Louisville Dispatch that he had declined the invitation of the Democratic campaign committee to speak for time ticket and says it is n case of nobody asked you sir she said Believing that he would tender his services he desired to speak the com mittee doubtless waited lor him to sig nify his intention and it is waiting yet while Hardins chances to get in the band wagon are slipping fast away His failure to get aboard will hurt him more than it can hurt anybody else Stanford Journal The Plow Bciv Preacher Rev J Kirk man Belle Hive Illinous says After suffering Irom Bronchi or lung for tllnvealR I was cured by One Minute Cure It in all that is claimed for it and more It cures coughs colds grippe and nil throat luug Perry and ThomasIt develop that the Iowa physic lun who prescribes for Mr Bryan Ma long term of absolute quiet and rest is in tho employ of the perfidious gold bugs who fear for their lives if the sit ver champion is not thrown oil their trail LonisvilleTimes An Illustrated Political Paper The Verdict of New York is a week ly journal printed In colors It is the only illustrated Democratic paper in the United States Each issue con IUDS three cartoons deals pictorially with contemporaneous public events and public persons in a vigorous char acteristic way The paper is broadly Democratic in principles Its views of affairs are not local but national Its attitude toward the public questions of rime day political and economic has already made a National Impression Editorially it ill and will be frank and sincere in its expressions about men and measures In addition to its editorials and cor repondence it will contain special arti clots of unusual interest written in vigorous fashion It has been enlarged to twenty pages and each number will contain a potrait cartoon of some national caleb rity Verdict 1 ycar4 CLIMAX and Verdict 1 year 375 The fact that the Republican candi date for Governor is not for cheaper school books is enough to cause every voter in the State who has children to vote against nun Times JpnruU ExlratrsHmry Over The CLIMAX nnd the Ohio Farmer weekly for 160 till January 11001 The best bargains ever titTered in good reading Tlle Ohio Farmer is clearly the leader of the agricultural press of America ItIs thcrfarmeia paper practi cal reliable and eriteriaSnlnsr Twenty pages weekly with liberal illustration and coniple market reports from all the leading market centers No farmers home is complete without It You ought to know more about this great Agricultur M It wIli pay you in dollars anil eeatato read It a veer EubScribf t once amid jftfi the full beaeltK of thin ifwrt oW Sample tOf9f blih psps jTis Do8w- tWmtit a A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR e Limited Special Offer Which Will Last For Ten Days Only Genuine Pomona diamonds have a worldwide reputation It IB almost impossible to distinguish them from genuine diamonds costing hundreds of dollars each They are worn by the best people We will forward a pentune Pomo na diamond mounted in a heavy ring pin or stud to any address upon receipt of price 1 each Earrings screws or drops 2 per pair Ring settings are made of one continuous piece of thick shelled gold and are warranted not to tarnish Special combination offer for ten days only Ring and stud sent to any address upon receipt of 150 Send for catalogue In ordering ring give finger measurement by using n piece of string also lull particulars Address plainly TUE POIONA Co 1J811183 Broadway oct253t New York KBW YOSK FASHIONS Cut crystal hat pins are much in ovidenctA peculiar style of jacket falls away from the shoulders to reveal the embroidered yoke of the bodice Long girdles of finely jetted cord with many pendants of jetted fringe halls and other prettyJancies are in vogue Time prevalence of the graceful prin cess gown makes luwomnn essentially easeful to have the right kind of corset Long familiarity with the multiplied merits of time II G corset has endear ed It to tho great majority of good belts are extremely chic Some of them have a bead fringe on the lower edge Time cotton waist bids fair to stay all winser For young misses large enough to adopt the skirt and waist costume Best Co are showing some very dainty shirt waists of pique in white with selfeffects in cross bar rib and flower designs Big black velvet hats loaded down with black plumes arc attacked to the hair by menus of several cut crystal hat pins whose large heads aro works of art The sporty girly wears a whip belt formed by doubling a cowhide whip tying a loose knot in the center and wrapping it around her waist The autumn stocks aro long narrow ties of ribbon or wash silk wound twice around the throat and tied in a bowel the chin to terminate in long and rather wider ends than formerly Rhinestone buckles form a conspicu otis part of fall and winter adornment A handbag more or less elaborate dangles from a chain in the hand of the swagger girl EVELYN CABLE Japanese workmen are obliged to wear on their caps and backs an in scription sUting their business and employers name Do ou favor Trusts and tho Farther of TrtlsR the Tariff If not then dont help the Republicans in their effort to carry the State for Ta- ylorDIiLL i The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000CURE- DWECURE EMISSIONS Nothing can bo more UemoniliiiDS to i young or midilleoged men than the pres enco of these nightly iouo They Vroduco veaknes nervonstic II feeling of digustard a wbolo train f81mrtom They unfit n man for bunncs married life nail rocial happlnes No matter whether caused by evil habits in youth natural ireakoef or eiual excee our New Method Treatment wilt pouUrely cuiOytu NO CURENO PAY Reader you need help Early aburo or youEspourtare not mule tilltnrN Our New Method will euro y0u You run risk 250000 CURED Young Man Yon are palo feeble and haggard nervous irritnblo anti citAble Voi become forgetful morose and blotebcs and pimple stoopinqformtho blight of your existence WE CURE VARICOCELE 120 matter how rcrious your case mayPor how yau may have had It onr NEW MBTUOU TUEATilKNT will cure It Tho veins return to their normal condition and bcnc the rexuL organs receive proper nourish ment Tbo orgncs become vltaliied all unnnturnl drains cr lowcs ceao and temporarybenelitNO UDIIIU KO PAY NO OPKUA nON NliKSARY NO DETEN lION riioai IJUSIKESS CURES GUARANTEED i We treat and cure SYPHILIS ILEET KJIISSIONS IMPOXENCY tiititrtiii VAItICOCELE SEMI NAI LOSSES BLADDER AND KID NBY dies CONSULTATION FHKR JJOOKS FKEE CHARGES MOJiEiltTE lfunable to ecU write fr a OIJhSTION BLANK forUOilK TKEATMENTX ESS- KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTHSTC- IPICINUA7I O h Palmi ze Home Iaca Ineure ybnr dwelUngs barns and all other property In the Lien Grass Insurance Compa nr a home ln tuutlon Gives protectroUagalnsL Fire Llgbtnlng suit Tornado Time cheapest and moat reliable company tOt the people of our county now operaitug in the State and gets cheaper ever year as long Ytlucpnunue In the colDpany- Por fuirtherinformation call on the and collector S B B BLACK Attorneyat Law Richmond Ky office on ilaia Street opposite Court House next door to State Bank Trnst Co second floor JHCABTEB Pies may2lly c c BOSTVOETH See KodolDyspepsiaCur Digests whatyoii cat It artificially digests tho food and alda Nature In strengthening and reconstructing theehaust digestive or gins It thil latest discovered dIgest prepuatioBI refallfOTMIl b7IPswl Tha 01 atei ijJ 0 t FURNITURE Rest Sweet and Peaceful J t thehandsomestmand and will have them on special sale for the next few weeks at prices ranging from 12 to 40 New fresh attractive and patternstt TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the ilhandsome line of desksa regular avalanche Iof heantywhich are beingoffered at prices L Window Shades0tAmong my har- vestof furniture fl fancies there is noline m ore com plete than our fJi beautiful display of Window Shades Every I stsle every color andevery price Call and examine the handsomest line of furniture to J be found in Central Kentucky 4 s rvtV220222 W Main Street j t rDAY PHONE 23 RICHMOND KY rI iViI y NiGHT PHONE 23 4t J 14ii thr Mt1 nvtmnt 0Q13 9 OF LISXINQTON KY 160000 PAID INLIYIXG BENEFITS 65000 RESER YE AND SURPLUS PLANTD Reverse ot tif- We Insurance pay the same profits to time living that Insurance CoinSi panics pay to tho estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism 3St5tEvery precaution for the protection of the investor For E particulars apply to KJ K SMITH BOWTvmiS SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY j MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky Another Turnr rii of our pricocutting wheel makes another op IF- lLij portunity for the prudent buyer lliis jitter ests Carpenters Builders atid others who use E9J Screws Nails and Tools beciuse vearo maling a special s saleofthab class of goods antI ftcr E1standard sizes and qua1ItH at leis than standard rates tIht- IiI- BJ s and get prices on ioofingantl guttering liUegLrrlumncr Ei TAYLORBROS- a t J r IIj J r-t i i 1t t j c1 l Prtntsowsth 1h The Richmond Climax i UI J C CHBXAULT Proprietor A D 1IILLBK Business Manager C B WOODS Editor WlflNESIAY OCT 23 IF99 rilHMDHXB SvrRY WKTJSESDAT BT The Climax Printing Co TRICK IMfifl YKAR 150 = r BcoNST ur IHIF Bueted THE Jessamine Journaln illi rated eil11ii wfl4 ItcothiaIkadvertiroflient of a fin tclNM town by a firlltcJKti I pper ISAIAH MAKTixnf Jackson countv iHOther of exJmlge Martin asks us to Mate LIs flmi b dif that that county Goebel would give a majority this year fur Or coartB if UUH C JUro lton carries out hid deiermlnatiou not to vote iur Goebel the Democratic plurality will be only S1999 Instead of 35000 Owentue HeraM JUDGE JAM5 P GBBOOKY of Louisville epoke at Winchester last night Judge Gregorys speech in Richmond two weeks ago was one of the bout heard here tliis year lION LOTCIIEK OWSLEY one of the best stump speakers in the State and erCouRrwaaian Jaims B McCreary spoke at tile court Iiousa Monday after behalf of the Democratic noon at 1 oclock in ticket says the Winchester Sun THE IIMU who claims to be so very t much afraid we will uot have fair elections tain not afford to vote for Mr Taylor HemisiiiUer its he who tartared just alter his inauguration aa Attorney General that we have been thirty years getting in here aud now that we have the nstnrning board the Democrats will never remeuibergettinx ia power ag iHLouisville News SOMX Brown Democrats oppose Goe tail iMtauae Cwrlwle and Bronston say hit IS not a good bllverite Others are far Goebel became Bryan and Tarvii eitf be is a good ilvurite Whom shall we believe We must prefer tho advise of Bryan and Tanin The latter itt iE Sloiiday at Uwrencebun that forty oxen could not have pulled him to Louwville to vote for Goebe 14 Iwnot known that the man from KtMrton was for Bryan and stood on the c1ilcEo platform THAT Judge Tanin is supportin is evidenced by his Ftumpin fOoebttl in tim Killers behalf as well interest of bimetalliam The Cynthiana Times says JiMlge James P Tarvin cf Coving ton made one of the finest speeches liennl here dorin the campaign at the uoart house on Sntunlaj afternoon He ilaroted considerable limo to national qHerttous anti bimetnlliwn and put In e me strOll words fur Ooebel and tin iruiocratlc ticket is unsafe to frtlow a loader who IITundtfr any ami alt blaiidurds It is dangerous to ciilta under a general who Mwy at any mwment go uvvr to your en + nii aiil Htifiiipt to defea Ilri Hitl M you Hie Ktlitiiig fur This eM U miml tJi remark of a eolith t IHMI S tnnlMy What Mr lllOlrlt1 nron toll nendi wone than jiiiyihiig eke jut now is oMMrivanot to anioniatically register Ids changes of front iu politiis They are too imioy and too rapid to peruii the keeUHg of a record by any other ueh4 EoluugMEani Goaltel the latter was a big boss in Charlie llroiMlAttM estiimttioa but when Go Iwl ootrl1ipeJ the doughty Charles J aDd it lee meGOBBEL and me J ItruHiMon kicks out of harness The iwnpfonf MihltMtf like Mr Bronston IIMI they akt know him by heart and it in ciinently acceptitl that before the day of election he will be making 8pM iiw for tire ream he U now con duinnitig Aa a poliliod acrobat Charlie lroiintan bns IHI equal Theonly person injurwl by lite perfonunnies is Charles Iglinseif fur It was wiil of one roVer Ulevetaiiii a ininJi biguir wan than ln i aun that no titan can be bigger ttsiii lnI Irtv i C3F1BroverCo11- j LEXINGTON KY I ARE YOU READY For that Wall Paper now If ao this is the place to buy it- BECAUSE Our stock Comprises every new Coloring ind Design that e nbc found in this or any other mart ket BECAUSE Our variety is unlimited and our styles exclusive BECAUSE Our workman are the bsst in Central Kentucky and their work is guaran teed by us BECAUSE Our prices are reasona ble and for the class of work done and the quali tyof Paper furnished arc as low as any reputa ble house can quote you See us for Frescoing and Tititiug- l r LhHfOWer 601 1MAIN AND BROADWAY 1 fEE2ONGTON KYI UJ 4 i DOWN with Brown and Hallauu Up with nIl whom they oppose Bryan Blackburn and Goebel SINCE Mr Bryants visit to Kentucky Gov Brown has been holding Mr Bryan up to contempt and ridicule A week ago he would ave 31r Bryan Now Brown and his crew are seeking to destroy Mr Bryan Can they do it Nan SUCH free tlihcr Democrats as were deluded by Brown HMlani icare waking lilt to the real attitude of these uimi attn have come to realize that support of the Brown movement is op ptMitiou to Bryan and Blackburn as Well as GueM AGAINST lheopiH ition of rich cor porations that have spared no expense even to assuming financial lesponsibil ity fur certain venal newspaiwrSkGoe bel has won his fight and it is now only a question of majority We put It at tMUUO since Bronstoi bolted THE leaders of tine Brown movement and even Guy Brown himself have for the time suspended their opposition to Goebel in the deeper and more revengeful desire to prejudice Kentucky free silver men against Wm Jennings Bryan Can they do it Nisyl lioN AV B SMITH challenged Judge Iratt and Walter Day to a joint debate at Cynthiana Monday but they declined Young Day we understand told Judgo Pratt lie had better let that man Smith pass by as he had heard him speak once and that was a suffic iency MUD throwing at Mr Bryan is now being indulged In by the pack of paid putrefactionista led bv Brown Hallam Breckin ridge Dick Knott et al Can any Democrat longer follow Mr Brown sincerely believing he is advancing De mocracys interests while witnessing such mudslinging at Mr Bryan THE Interior Journal which never exaggerates says that after Mr Bryans speech at Stanford Democrats are counting on 250 majority for the ticket Be that aa it may after the vote is counted and the prediction verified the Interior Journal may divide honors with the great leader for no paper in the state has struck harder blows or done more effective service for the cause of the people It is a jewel of consistency constancy capacity and courage and tire Democratic party of the Stale will bo its lasting debtor TilE sanctified preacborpolitican Vincent Boreine of London who is by virtue of Cot ft G Colsons political machine in the Eleventh Congression al District and by the distribution of Federal patronage by Senator Deboe the sitting member of Congress from the Eleventh spoke here last week His speech was mainly devoted to con demning the Goebel Election Law The reverend Boering seems to have forgot ten that in 1891 he bolted for Silas Adams and advised everybody to do likewise by stamping under the coon instead of the regular Republican de vice at that time the eagle In 1890 ho was brought into line by a trade with Colson and assisted in securing the placing of Colsons name under the log cumin and thus approved of frauds and forgeries by which it was done He re ceived iris pay for same iu 1S9S when virtually the same committee that had xivon Colson the certificate of nomina tion in 1893 illegally and without peti tiff convention or primary falsely tcr tified to the county clerks of the nine teen counties in the Eleventh Congres sional District that Borelng was the nominee The Rev Boreing seems to have gr gotten again that his opponent Hon John D lute up to the hitter part of October 1893 had a majority of the Re publican voters in the Eleventh District on his side of the issue ac to whether he Boreinir could legally have iris name printed in the list of Republi can candidates on the official ballot anti that his handmedownColgonnia chine mad up to that time nttorly failed to convince the Republican party that no primary and no convention waS necessary to choose a candidate but that the committee subsidized by tire distribution of Federal oflices could make a nomination Rev Boreing seems to have forgotten that W S Taylor whom he is now supporting for Governor is accused by friends of Mr White of having forged a letter which was worse than to have forged his name to a check that he Taylor delivered that letter to Bore ings chief boodler Ed Parker to have printed iu the London Echo on Novem bor 4 1898 scattering same over the district This letter to which Taylor forged the name of C M Barnett as alleged by M White and which Tay lor admits he wrote was a brutal as sassination of Mr White and fraudu loutly procured voles for his sanctifies opponentIn to this Mr White al ledges that the Rev Boreing notorious ly debauched the voters with thousands of gallons of beer brandy and whisky ninth spent thousands of dollars to bribe and corrupt voters to procure his own election Remembering this it is with bad grace for Rev Boreing to denounce Mr Goebel as he did here last week as a maniii favor of fraud and corrup tion in elections Should the pot call the kettle black The reverend gentlemans attention is called to the above facts because we feel he is making a personal attack on Senator Goebel who has had no con ncction with the Eleventh District while Mr forcing ignores facts with winch he is familiar deeds perpetrated in his behalf and which we believe will show that his friend Gen Taylor is guilty of a far more dishonorable act than any attributed to his opponent Wm Goebel We admit that if the doctrine be true that the end justifies the means or that anything is fair in politics then the forgery over tire name of C M Barnett confessedly written Atty Genl Taylor because It would help the Repuolican partywas an honorable act But we understand that Honorable Boreing is a licensed Methodist preacher and has onso dry occasions professed sanctification that lie prays in public asking for tie oatpouring of Holy Spirit and if Christianity Is a part of the land as we understand that le and most Chris tian minister rontend we ask seriously and rwrectfully has Boreing not over stepped tho bounds of decency and propriety as a sanctified minister in denouncing Goebelleni while practicing Borpingism and defending Taylorism Now all young men remember Vincent B If you wtoh to add unto your name M 0The committee rrroit agree just to call a prl maree And then to certify you are the nominee And General Taylor too take note Hn t come and tell the mountain men exact iybowio vote Aad just before election Jay uuM attire UK auto coftntMtec ay That iouwa = iMt la antriirtlf iM war r TIlE taulsrille Dispatch brazenly ap proves of these words Theodore Hallam attempted no speech but spitted and held aloft the missionary who came from the plains of Nebraska to preach Democratic doctrine to Kentuckians The Bryan now tieing spitted and held aloft by IlalLun Brown and others is the same Bryan these men professed to love deeply It MB to save Bryan they said that they were anxious to see Goebel defeated Now they are vilifying Bryan Wilt they barns ilnnNein BBONSTON says GoSbel is a liar while John O White swear tliat Tay lor is a larger As Mr White claims he can prove his assertion by docu mentary evidence while Brouston claims only ocular or auricular testimo ny the weight of evidence and burden of probability are on Mr Whites side Granted that Goebel is a liar and Tiny lor a forger all Democrats should take their medicine straight and let Repub licans swallow the Taylor dose A Democratic liar and Republican forger are tempting pills to be sure but we can more easily swallow the former hide hoofs horns and alt Between a bad Democrat and a ball Republican there Is no middle ground especially when a bolting ticket is butan aid to Republican success WiiY didnt you Democrats come out and hear Bronfcton Did you sign a petition to stay away is reported was asked by Major Burnam of a Dem ocrat after the performance here last Saturday of the greatest political shut tlecock in Kentucky- I never encourage bolters is the reason I remained away replied the DemocratIt Charlie saul the Major to have all those negroes and Republi cans with none of the regular Demo crats in tine audience He deserved better treatment reprovingly quoth the Major Anti theres where Charlie gets the horselaugh He deserved bet ter treatment flab He camo home as a prodigal son but there were no fatted calves slaughtered in Madison for such a degenerate He got exactly what he deservedRepudiation TUE county of Etill this year has an opportunity to be represented in the halls of the State Legislature by a gen tleman who would have there few equals and no superiors in intelligence- and ability and county pride should cause them to rally to iris support as one man and send him to the capital to assist in making our lows We refer to none other than Mr U W Miller the trnly brilliant young man who two years neo led his class in law at the University of Virginia the foremost institution of learning in tho onth Mr Miller is a native of Estill is probably the most distinguished scholar that county has produced siilre tbe civil war and if his county will give him the proper encouragement there is no height too great for his ability and worth to achieve Let him be sent to the Legislature where Ids splendid faculties may have full swoop where he may measure swords with master minds and win laurels for himself and his good county Heres looking at Estill county May sire rise to the demands of the occasion may her sense of justice to true merit find expression in such way that tho resultant honors may Leas they will be of mutual benefit anti honor to the county and thecandi- rlatePIRSONAL Mrs Kuper Hood and sen are in Covington Mrs Lee Maupin of Corbin was here last week Miss Josephine Schmidt visited in Louisville last week Mrs Neale Bennett and son are at howe from Mt Sterling Mrs Thos P Dudley of Waco is with her sons In Mexico Mrs John D Harris of Richmond is visiting Mrs C M Clay Jr at Paris Mies Pearle Gentry is visiting her father Mr R L Gentry in Lexington lion and Mrs C1 Bronston spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs GG Prewitt Mr Gas W Tribble came up from Louisville to attend tim Leap Year HopMr Ned Booker of Louisville was Mien Belle McDoweUn guest on Sun day Mrs John Cunningham of Bourbon was the guest cf relatives here last week Mrs McFarren Crowe and daughter Elizabeth ofVereaillea are visiting in tine city Rev J N Crntcher of Paris Texas is the guest of bin uncle Mr WL Cru tcher Miss Katie Smiths guest Miss Nannie Barbour of New Castle has returned home Mr and Mrs F E Elder of Arkansas are guests of Messrs E V aud F S Elder tills city Mrs B F Deathorage has returned from Harrodsburg accompanied by Miss Maude Bailey Hon Geo Matt Adams of Winchester was tire guest of Mr and Mrs B W Turner ou Friday Miss Lucy Adams wino has been vis iting Mr arid Mrs T W Davis al Carupbellsville has returned Mr Green Clay U hume looks well and is forging iris way to a deserved high place at the Cincinnati liar Mrs Savage and her brother Mr Yanmeter ot Fayette countv attended tire DeunySteeiiborgen wedding Miss Bessie Crowe of C U 99 leaves today for Frankfort to take a position in Miss Winstons school Mr and Mrs Robert H McCreary and children of Chicago are the guests of Gov and Mrs James B McCreary Mr and Mrs Stanton Hume have moved to the residency on main street lately occupied by Mr Jaton Walker Mrs W W Park and iJauchlera Misses Ida and Katie of Irvine are visiting friends and relatives at White Hall Mrs Elkin of Louisville Is here having come to te her sister Miss Alice Arnold whose death occurred Monday Mr John T McClinlock has gone to Oklahoma on a home seeking excur stun John T will return in time to vote wrong of course Mrs J Powell Mrs II B Hogg and Miss Belle Bennett attended the Home Mission Society meeting at Vil more last week Mr A H Severance and wfe nee Miss Florine Hwithof Henderwonville N 0 were the guests of Dr M C Heath last week Mrs J P Turner find Miss Ruth Johns of Ambrose Jessamine county are visiting the family of the formers son Rev HpracqTnrneron Fifth street Mr R R Bunmm was chosen vice president of tire Kentuctiv Society Sons American Revolution at LouisvilleInst week Mr W R Khackelford Is on the Board of Mauageip- Uev W R Lloyd and wife and Miss Ann Dojarnett returned on Tuesday from Christian Jubilee Convention at Cincinnati E swherels abrief report of the last days session Mr Milo Shanks proprietor of the Pantagraphhas beers elected President of the Kentucky Kepnhlican Club at Washington Honors liavu como in carriages to this young man Mm B L Midoellon return this week and find ererytfcinzin readl e1itS to go to 110 eekaepI11t in the JlttlfoeeltpWcJ II flnuai saIsttLgant lMt 2a s Tuesday night waa but anotherofthose r brilliant atlairs that liMe characterized the Hume style of entertaining for twentY y rs A large number of friends attended Drid C Hooker is representing White Jyxlac at the K 1 Grand Lodge at Henderson Doc Is up to Inn ears in a swallowtail coat and tow cut shoes and will be away above the home folks when he come hack Mr John It Cheuault of Madison countyand Miss Rurgessaveryciiarm jug girl of are be at an early rft Both have numerous friends in Lexington Interested irr the news Lexington Leader Mr It B Lyne was in Richmond Tuesday to hear Hon Wm Jennings BryanMrB Sophia Dangherty was the guest of her son Mr Wm Dausher ty in Richmond for several days this week Cvuthlana Democrat The guests from Garrard county to tine DennvSteenbergcn wedding were Mr A R Denny and daughter Mrs Mattie nj rican Mrs Elizabeth Denny Mr I N Denny and family and Misses Fannie arid Jennie Parks Capt N D IJurrus and wife of Baldwin will shortly move to Rich mond There is not a better citizen in the community titan Capt Burma and he will be greatly missed from the Baldwin locality where ho is well and favorably known Success to you Captain in your new Lome Valley View Argent- Miss Elizabeth Woodford Spears and Mr J Qaincy Ward of ParisKyhave announced their approaching marriage which will be solemnized on December 7 Miss Spears inns been an occas ion al visitor to the city and has many friends here to whom this news will be a surprise She is the daughter of Mr H HSjpearsformerly of Louisvillebut now of Valley Station Mr Ward is the son and namesake of the late Judge Ward of the Superior Court of Ken tucky CourierJournal Pursuant to announcement some months ago maria exclusively in the CLIMAX at the time engraved invita tions are out totho marriage of Miss Sara Russell Lotcber and Mr Robert West Pogue The ceromony will take place at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Wra Letcher at 729 East Ridgeway Ayenne vondale Cincinna lJastIthe numerous devoted friends of the beautiful brideelect RELIGIOUS On our first page Rev Mr Turners remarks in brief on the dnties of Pus tor and People is printed It is good reading for all A better Idea of our duties to each other pastor to people and vice versa may be gained Read it Baptists from all over the county are invited to hear the preaching of Rev W H Ryalls of Trenton Tenn at the Baptist church this city next Sun day morning and evening Mr Ryalls is one of Tennessees best and ablest preachers Rev B B Bailey of Winchester bas declined a most flattering call such a one as is seldom offered any minister The First Baptist church of Nashville Tenn extended to him a unamimous call to its pastorate at a very high salary perhaps twice what he Is now receiv lug and in addition offered him f300 to defray the expenses of moving After due consideration Dr Bailey decided not to accept the call but to remain with the church Winchester MARRIED OwrxsMcAFEE Rev S A Owens and Miss Kathryn JIcAfee were married at the home of the bride this city Tuesday afternoon at 5 oclock Rev B B Bailey officiating Winchester Sun DEATHS Ross Miss Nettie Ross daughter of Mr and Mrs Samuel Ross of near Kirksville died last week ot typhoid fever Funeral services were conducted by Rev Pike interment at Gtlead church Miss Ross was a niece of Mrs A B Ely of this place Paint Lick Enterprise AnotnItIs our painful duty to record tIe death on Monday evening ot that beautiful Christian character and womanly woman Miss Alice PArnold Here demise followed long and pain ful illness one that tried her fortitudo and subjected her faith to its severest test Through it kit she lore her suf ferings with gentle uncomplaining en durance and when her eyes were closed in that long sleep that knows no wak ing here the memory of her life and character filled nil our hearts with a sweet comfort and consolation De ceased was a daughter of John Arnold deceased and leaves a mother and the following brothers and sisters Messrs W K T E and John Arnold this city Robert Arnold and Mrs Lula Johnson of Garrard Mrs Susie Elkin of Louisville Mrs J P Simmons of this county To all are extended the tenderest sympathy from that large circle of friends which ever heM the de ceased iu loving esteem The burial occurs at 10 oclock this morning LOCAL x New Manager Mr Ernest McAmmon of Indiana is the new manager of B H Grin steads Iroduce depot opposite Hotel Glymlon Mr Milieu his predecessor lies been returned to the branch Louse at Lebanonliis old home Mr Millen is an allround good man and we trust and believe Iris successor will sustain the high repntation of the companyI Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer reports 1200 cattle pit the market The best price obtained was for one lot of smooth 1100 pound feeders at 100 30- good feeders 474 cis 251000 pound plain feeders 4 eta 800 M 800 plain steers 3 J to 8J 20 800 pound yearlings 4J eta plain steer calves 12 50 800 to 000 lb fat heifers 1335 to 350 700 lb heifers 3 cts Quite a number left over unsold Quadruple Tragedy in Esllll Ve are reliably infbrmed that as the result of an old feud in Etttill on Ross creek three persons were killed Includ ing a woman and a fourth a man badly wounded The dead are two Kx brothers and a Mrs Stamper formerly Miss Spares John Hoover at whose house the tragedy occurred Is not ex pected to recover Dnrrett Norton charged with the killing of the Fox brothers is in jail Dip Tobacco Sale W 0 Brock one of tho leading farmers of Clark county last week sold the last of iris J808 tobacco crop at the Peoples Warehouse Louisville It was one of the best sales of any of the 1893 crops from this section of the State that has been made either at home or on the breaks The crop was Mr Crocks own growing and consisted of 91 hogsheads Tire lowest prIce for which any hogshead of tine crop eolif was SG20 per hundred antI the highest pel8S7C3 pounik avw od lLl7 per huri dred at boiM The crop brought K 712i1WKbez H I j j 1zBesls fF y the Cheapest Experience teaches that good clothes wear longest ffooa food gives Best nutrition anda good medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest Hoods Sarsaparilla is the best medi cine money can buy because it cures when all others faiL Poor HealthI poor health for years pains in shoulders back and hips cuith constant headache nervousness and no appetite Used Hoods SarsparSfa gained strength and can vork hard aU day eat heartily and sleeptueJL Itook if Because it helpedray husband to whom it gave strength Mrs E J Giffets Moose Lakt Ktnn topd8a4JaarlpLl IJJJJJ1J7 Hoods nlu cor flyer I1U the nonIrritating icd eatr eathrtc to take with lloodaaruprllJ An Opportunity Lost Mr Bronfcton lost the opportunity of his life to pour a broadside from his great antitrustfree sllverBryan speech of last springinto Iris audience of open mouthed Republicans last Saturday They never before thought so much ol Mr Bronaton and while bad them at his mercy bo should have dispensed a little of tho gospel of true Democracy while pouring Out his vials of envy jealousy and disappointment It was an opportunity lost for ever tnlaie putation went with it Opportunities For Capital Pointed Out by Hon C L Searcy Idle holders of idle capital should consult tire article on our first page from the pen of lion C L Searcy of Waco It is brief but replete with information that should induce some of our monied men to invest in factories mines etc that would employ idle men feed families scatter money abroad and reap a profitable return for investors Mr Searcy will be glad to assist anyone who interested in the development of the countys rich resources See the article under Iris picture first page Evan Settle Last Night Evan Settle The Eloquent spoke for the only Democracy at the Court House last night He is Congressman from the Ashland District a worthy successor to tine great statesmen who preceded him from that famous district His position ill in direct opposition to those of Brcckinridge who suicided when he ran under tire log cabin Owens who failed to get an endorse ment by a second term and Bronston who failed to get a smell of a first term Mr Settles speeches are among the strongest of the campaign for tho regu lar ti ket Publid Sale Having sold my farm I will offer fqr sale at public auction at my place near Kirksvilleon Saturday October 28 99 at 10 oclock a m the follpwing per sonal property to wit Eight good work mules 6 broodmare 2yearold gelding 1 good farm arid harness horse 1 4 yearId jack5 well bred jennets and colts firstclass much cows 4 yearling heifers 1 3yearold steer I 2 yearold bull well bred 4 calves just weaned 20 Southdown sheep 35 fatten ing hogs Farming Implements 2 two horse wagons Randal harrow 2 drag harrows 3 Oliver land plows 1 ox 1 good slide Also a number of cartI shovels hoes work harness stacks of excellent timothy bay and a lot of household and kitchen furniture including 4 good heating stoves See bills A Rubber Tire Factory tiers Mr S L Midkiff has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rnbber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined IrIs work and found it equal to any in service lie will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels mid the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their OO5t18 saved not to mention the com forfderlved oct23tf Mr Chat J Bronslons Speech Tire speech of the Honorable Charles J Bronston here last Saturday will not defeat Mr GoeheL but it may cut down his majority from 50000 to only 34909 if Charles dont jump back into the bandwagon before election day Mr Bronston spoke to a full court house we always give facts but on the right side of tho building what was to be seen Instead of the sturdy yeo manry of Madison who voted forD mocracy were 160 sons of lIamQII the other giilc instead of the old friends of Mr Bronston who havo honored him in the past were 250 Republicans who have always voted against him And then there were perhaps 50 or 75 Brown men a number of ladies and scores of college boys who always come to hear an orator On the stand was our old frientlCnptain Ballardwho ia a lifelong Republican on the light of him on tho left of Wm in front and behind were McKinley Republicans until you couldnt stand But where were Charleu old Democratic friends outside theof Brownies They were en gaped in more honorable business than knifing tho party in thename of Purity There are men in this world who would disperse a funeral procession if they could not get to drive tho hearse Charlie Broustou is one of those men His visit to Iris old home tickled the Republicans gratified the Brownies and lost him caste with 2600 Democrats The net result to BrownTaylor and Bronston isO The Great Christian Jubilee Tho great Jubtlua Convention of Christian Missionaries came to a close Thursday night Tire sessions of the various societies hall lasted snore than a week During this time from 3000 to 11000 delegates aud visitors were inconstant attendance while the total en rollment will run np eloso to 20000 genarRlTh consecrationvice in the Music ilallTliKrsilay night was l tiJ1Iby Kior UMHI i40jQ people Many3 f t- liip1I1t lirMfn t c tJ i spoke an8 led ihfprayerfitTlie service pas in oharggofrEev CP Williamson of Atlanta Ga fdniierly of Richmond Short addresses on the subject of prayer and consecration ex well as oL the qriretHbur of the Chnstn End orenj Among the many participants were Rev E K TJagby Washington D C formerly Chaplain to tho House of Representatives Rev C B Wright Chaplain in the United States Nary Rev J P Jones of FulEon Mo Rev L J Spencer of Lexington Ky Rev V K H man of DallftSTexas Presi denielect of the American Christian Missionary Society Rev W P Rich ardson of Kansas City Presldentjof tire same bo 1yand Rev Isaac Sbel ylhe celebrated Australian lecturer a t ologlcal debater The most important question coining before the society namely the amal gamation of itself with the Foreign Chnstain JMIaSionarj Society and the Christian Womans Board of MisMous was referred to a committee with in structions to report next year Predictions Made by tioebsl Taylor Stone and Brown The Danville Advocates versatile contributor Proiciler lisa at great expense procured the following prog nostications that should guide voters bolters and floaters In this campaign Lear PencUer I anticipate that the approaching winter will bo mild and pleasant There may perhaps be some ugly weather early in November with the storm period central over Kentucky Irma the 5th to the 7th but alter that tire temperature will lie very springlike Itake no stockS in tire predictions for a heavy snow about that time WM GOEBEL P SI have wired Bradley to leave plenty of coal in the cellar if lie leaves nothing else Dtar PencUer In all my experience as a weather predictor 1 novor saw conditions so badly mixed Sometimes my goosehone shows me indications of the gosh darn dest cvclone ever saw sometime beforerrbankving witn storms and washoutsto beat the ban 3 I will not however give you anything like a definite answer until I hear kern my rrClondent8 throughout the Elev enth District If this dosent suit you see old Deboe WS TAYLOR Deer fencllfr No I can not give you a weather prediction as Inm not now paying ninth attention to that branch of the science At present I am making a speciality of frosts Jonx Y Bow Election Officers Appointed The County Election Commissioners Sue B Cheuanlt JosLih P Simmons Democrats and Wailer Bennett Re publican yesterday selected the following election officers to serve for one yearCourt House No 1 Judge James Dykes D judgexHenry llargis R sheriff T T Covington clerk Will H Smith It City Hall No 2 Judge Sam Ken nedy D judge Wilkes Baxter R sheriff Dave Powers D clerk Everett Witt R- TJniversity No 3 Judge D 3L Chenault judge G n Turley R sheriff Dave Tevis D clerk Reid Cornclison ChenaultNo 4 Jndge Evan Dozier Di judge Wm Hall R sheriff Frank Turner Di clerk Newland Jones R White IfalU 5Judge Alex Black D judge G R Carpenten R sheriff John Shearer D clerk A B lIamp touR jlcCroary No 6 Judge James McKinney D judge Josiah Gentry R sheriff Jas Noland Dj clerk W J Risk Tipton No 7 Judge Jno L Grigg D judge Frank Edwards R sheriff Howard lull D clerk Gee W Webber n- Kavnuaugh No 8 Judge Sid No land D judge Jaa Bybee llj sheriff Robt Doty D clerk C C Norris H Waco No 9 Judge Wm Benton D judge N C Bonny K sheriff Wm Terrill D clerk M T Bybee R Kingston No 10Judge Brack Maupin D judge George Todd R sheriff Wm Bates 1clerk C F Parks R- Pcanuilow No 12 Judge Wm Gooch Dj judge Shelton Lane It sheriff James Combs D clerk F T Jones K- Duncannon No 12 Judge John Lackey D judge Wm English R sheriff H Clay Jones D clerk Harry Allen ItBlue Lick No 13 Judge Epb Mitchell D judge E L Robinson R sheriff John Johnson Dj clerk T J Osborn R- Berea No 14 Judge Clay Manpin D judge Alex Moore R sheriff John SCade Dj clerk T Jt Robinson R- Burnam No 15 Judge Sam Campbell D judge Wm Vest R sheriff John Ballard Dj clerk Millard David son R- Tevia No IS Judge S A D Jones Dj judge Robert Long R sheriff B F Tens Dj clerk B F Cotton R- Crntcher No 17 Judge TJ Curtis D judge John Murphy E sheriff T J Douglas D clerk Mi B Arbnikle R Poosoy No 18Judge Moss Snyder D judge Sam Carpenter R sheriff G W Warnor D clork JuoHendrcn IL Newby No 19 Judge It John Healbinau D judge Ben Tudor sheriff Wm II Tudor D clerk Robt Tudor IL- Biggerslaff No 20 Judgo Harmon Kaoalzer D judg PoIeyJloward R sheriff Harvey Kanatzer D clerk Wm Tudor R SleenbergenDennj On Wednesday October 18 a repre sentative company of Richmond peo pIe gathered at tire First Presbyterian church to witness the consummation of a happy love affair On that day Mr Isaac Vanmeter Bteenbergen of Point Pleasant W Val d to the altar Miss Willie Mae Denny of this city Tho clouds following the storm of tine previous night had cleared away and the day was calm and beautiful If there is any virtue In a sunny wedding the sunshine of that day was enough to chase away many shadows from the future The church was prettily decorate frt the occasion ptninteWlionthcshons wedding march tine doors were purllheIIufPintter null Graham Hainpipn if Ark led tine way They were folio w u bv Miss Fannie Stecubertuthmaill Sicenbergentireceded the bride and gtooin Tho rero mony was prononilcod bv Rey Jasper K Smith pastor of the church The ceremony vas notably appropri besurpassedlurbeauty attired in a handsome blne camels hair tailor gown ind gray walking Juit arid carried a handsome bunch of pink roses Mild Steoabergen was Bomely gowned in tray broadcloth tad carried white rc es Mr sad MMk tectlb rgen left on tine sfMro tM tfthi Sot Popular firnrrr tnn tciiilmou bee near Point PIMauat W Vat e J j a MfesTlatu Crowe presided at the organ and rendered several selections befor the ceremony among them Wapner1 fla1ThentMe Thine Own Just before the let the church 3lrs WmbrJdalJftrty sang near Heart by Sirelezki When shtr arose to sing the audience became so quiet that a deep breath was almost audible Sirs OM Prams voice was as sweet and sympa perfctlyattunedmuch to the beauty and sweetness of the wedding Mr Slcenberxien is wftlMcnown here having been A O uetudent for several years He is a fine ynnne man and displays those sterling qualities inherited from two of onr wellknown Southern families Miss Denny is a handsome accornplfched young lady of many personal attractions belonpinu to otis of our Kentucky families ps sessing that rare stability anti goodness which go far toward perpetuatine a worthy name The young couple be followed by tint blessings and good wishes of many friends A Brother Long Supoosed to be Dead Dlt covered Alive ia a Distant State A most remarkable occurrence has jiiht come to light In this county whereby a sister and brother who became separated during the civil war have been restored to each other Each supposed the other dead the long night of silence and reparation having stifled the last ray of hope of their meeting this side tire grave Sirs Thee P Dudley of Waco this county was previous to her marriage a Miss Gentry her father being Dr Gentry long since deceased At the outbreak of the civil war in 61 the family was broken up the three sons Flavins Xapoleon and Dr Gentry Jr taking up arms for the South There and then censed all knowledge of the whereabouts of the three brothers Her parents died and Miss Gentry was united marriage to Mr T P Dudley of tins county brother of the distinguish ed and beloved President of George town College Dr Kil Dudley LIe ceasedAbout one year ago Mrs Dudley saw in the Courier Journal an announce ment that an old Confederate soldier In a Southern State had in his posses- sIon a volume of Shakespeare that he had lakeu oil the corpse of a comrade who fell in the battle of Missionary Ridge and on the fly let was the sig nature Dr Gentry Mrs Dudley at once wrote to tire gentleman for the book but the latter demanded some proof of her identity as the sister of the dead soldier whereupon she sent a faded letter received before the war from her soldier brother The copy of Shakespeare vasimmedlately forwarded to her and the precious book hallowed by tire touch of her beloved dead is in possession of the Dudley family at Waco Thus the first link in the chain of youth and home and loved ones shat tered by war was discovered although instead of being the long lost compan ion and brother in personbuoyant with life tire link was only faded leaves The second and most interesting chapter in this rudely told narrative opened two weeks ago in the Republic of Mexico Mrs Dudley is there visit ing two of her sons Messrs R M and James who are engaged in railroad building While dining with her sons and relating the pathetic story above a waiter brought iu a can of oysters and placed it near Mrs Dudley On the label were the trademark and the name Flavins Gentry With a cry the mother pointed to tine label and would have swooned away haJ not the sons caught her as she sank backward in her chair When Mrs Dudley had sufficiently recovered she explained that the name on the label was tine same as that of another longlost brother whom ahe had given up as dead Her suns at once wrote to the factory somewhere on the coast of the MexIc Gulf and a speedy reply was received that he Flavius Gentry was the same brother who had left iris old Kentucky home in the early CDs followed the Bonny Blue Flag and drifted toward the sea Here he mail parsed thirty years of his life in the firm belief that all his people were dead Ho wa overjoyed to know that tho little sister whom he had kissed a farewell that had seemed as long as eternity itself was alive and well and urgently invited her to visit him This Mrs Dudley resolved todo and ere this doubtless tho two have meL and held a joyful reunion Who would not like to gaze for a moment upon such a scene and feel tire ecstasy of pain and delight that must have been tho portion of the long separated brother and sister who in the twilight of life are spared each to behold a linen that absence nor separation had effaced from memory Oft perhaps during the crunch war this stanza burned its letters upon their loving young hearts 0 memory thou lingering murmurer in lifes broken shell Die thou three all else is dead I loved so well CEW 100 Reward Tire readers of this paper will be pleased td learn that there is at least onedreaded disease that science Lisa been able to cure ia aU its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous Surfaces of the system therybV destroying the foundation of the disease antI giving tJiQ patient strength by building up the fotistitution and assisting nurtUre in doing its wort The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that tine olferOne Hundred Dollars reward for any case that it fails to euro Send toe list of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75 cents Halls Family Pllltf are tire best 1m Master Commissioners Salo I Ky Citizen Bide 0 than Notice of Bale AJSO Aulgnee FB In Equity against I Luke William Ac Dqtts py vIrtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of theSeptennbertjrle cause the undersigned wUl on loaday HoYtafcer 6 1899 Between the hours of H hclock a it oclock m attheCourtUoue mrllud NosembrCounty deribedsituatedintheOftyotnort aide of Francis Street Fifty feet and dlreetlonproduetheordered to be made and jibe costs hereof TERMS Sale will he made on a credit of willIttJequind tohaveIUJt legal interest from rifcy of sale with a Lies puzeBIIJIQoctZSIvr SB 8QTT M O C C Creditors ITotice I All credIose otrBdi tlalmants against the herebys04i4wodaM OB orbeftm Jusaey I WM ore will tm tMM 4 itoUee fa to H s4taaa whe asild r peiaci- p ur eiuit Wu WZWAS14w I S M e e0c BO oo Qeoe0eoaeoeoaaeos s s sssso s a e o es s ss s Zr e 30 e t t t t o seb 11S oa i = rr n- tJu 1LL8 eS i The Biggest 4e 3 I s Brightest and e i a Best Display S so e s1 Dont fail to Stop in and see what we have Wash Fabrics Outing Flannels light and dark ground solid colors stripes and checks extra heavy fine quality at lOc per yd Good values also at 5 and Sic e sss a Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels good qual ity solid white pink and olive as 35 and 49c sc 0ss 0 Underskirt3ES at same price Black Net Skirts 50c e S 5S KNIT UNDERWEAR Sse Good warm garments vests 19 25 and 50e Union Suits 25 50 and DOe S E BLANKETS AND COMFORTS E Just come and inspect them Sec the 0 bargains in these winter coverings Prices extremely moderate A nice upu j 30 SILK WAIST PATTERNS s Plain and fancy a variety of color and styles every piece new the very best at the price Splendid vnhiesa 5s sads sca RIBBONS e2 Fine all silk ribbons in the new color effects for neck and belt 25c peryd s 00 ydeas i4n 0 0se 8 10 and loc Floor Oilcloth in differento ee widths and patterns fOiOss lOcts Ce j IC 0s 0e E5FDont fail to callOe Respectfully0I e FIIw1 5s3- o O a a s se e es e s sss a sossssses sss eessaassaoeoO e- S 0 1 f MO APiTIDHT HEATEaSi i never off all year round For sale r I crop of It costs tr S than the to offered abon soili the varieti for and prices of any Cot axid 9 KY i A passion for fancy drinks does not always denote a love for the Ky Citizen BWg Loan Asao fat JftDefendant Notice of Sale In BV virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale the Circuit Court rendered at the September Terra thereof 1899 In the shove style cause the will on 6tk the hours of oclock ajnand 12 ocloot m at the Court House door In Rich mood MadUon county Ky being November Court day proceed to to Public Sane to the hlghett bidder the de scribed property Tltj LotKo 16 in Block 7 of the aIhmond Invsst meat Companys to the City tf Rich mond lot beginning on the cnrrtcr ninff sooth One and isu set beginning ordered to be made anti the costs hereof TRItMS Salo wilt botnado on a creditor 6 months The purchaser will be requited to ironS day ot wih Liet peereM apon fMVisa sU eke 4w a u w- a u Is what you want in yjr to all others Reasons MI why should get t it and no other It j gives more heat and Sj uses less fuel It is more built and like a hotuair furnace It s a large radiating sur face which circu lates the air rapidly heats the rooms evenly Itis a double heater No dirt vis from ashes as it is fT carried away by the patent ash It af has perfect regula tion and easy to op crate The design of the stove is per sj feet The blackincr i + of the outside facing burns and is bright the by 4+ D1HAEFOR COMPANY MAW STREET RICHMOND KY iWbbsGRAPSFuiSS and highest qnalitr comparatively ordinary tocta generally whuc information Cnseesandcovcrs Igh17teannw Catalogue seeds required LOUISVILLE Break Jefferoo beautiful Ias111Ll COMMi88iO11S SIU sgslntEdward Equity Madison undersigned Meiiay muter 1899 Between County following situatedinaddition frontingrortyHnndred Eighty PineStreetproducethe paymntoftbeprrchaeraee1tobge aalft jscrr preference you substantially and Hue WWW SBKMM an1 I will pay the highest mar ket price for product of every description Cull at L OV Wilsons st near 13 SL R R uni get my prices4 before giiiK elsehere 4 InGOTToetiS4r Eqaal Rights lo All Special Privileges ta Neae I want your taxes at omf and warn you to look out fvr the penalty Your taxes hrvc been dije and collectible sim last May Call and settle at once Respt H1UGOLYER o3tlli4w n Sheriff ii iIiiiiiid 4 i mII i IF YOU WANT Boots and Shoes I t+ + ++ ti1 obit iF + Ity + t t+ + ++ RICE ARNOLDSUCCESSORSTO Q 2fPROCLAATION tOF ECONOMY V jFR THE FALL AND WINTER IN- roEllS AND BOYS I t 51s1 5tc I i 1wIu I WALLACE SEASOn CL0THING C WE are prepared to clothe you with the LowestPriced rj ht1rV nmdo absolutely allwool Clothing in America Rightlymade sis it Is of the famous Vitals Brand tho only ReadytoWear hitiinig Tailored on n strictly scientific basis in clean well ventl I Utid workrooms Perfect fitting and wearresisting because the 4 Ieiiiisile thin Vitals the very me of the garment is carefulnccs in J lIIakiuJr represents the expenditure of time and thought and is a lpiI1I contrast to the tailoring seen in ordinary Renelyto Wear et i3t lung The Fabrics we show are of the very newest designs that vll he Feen this season Many confined exclusively to us in the rif of the above ftcts t The most extraordinary feature combining cIour great offerings is that we can and do p- tJ Isell our Clothing at less money ELSEWHERE I jhow can wo afford to soil such highgrade Clothing for less 1I1 elsewhere Our answer Is pure and simple Ours is a oJ1IIlern store constructed strictly on progressive plans our Clothing jKold on the smallest margin of profit depending on a large volume o i business The more Clothing we sell the greater our purchasing power V the lower our prices thats the story in a nutshell 3 Covington Mitchell r e slWJlt11 nerves Hoods Sarsaparilla i2ivrtrnij norvo strength 114 a html blow to temperance when a has to swim a river in order to ffi n li ink t I + F Take Diqcslos cure stomach troubles 25c at all druggist It always to a mans credit to stop it is to lack of credit tLAnIE 0 maID A iAaRD b 1 rILv Our assortment of Ladies Jackets Furs Jtapes Childrens Wraps of alt descrip A tions We have not the time to describe 2Wa sti f Vraps= 1 to suit every one and our PRICES are the LOWEST on high goods and ano other firm in the City can compete 1if2 24 49 JI I You will find in this a complete assortment of colors modled after patterns of cut made of materials that we can re tcommend for durable wearin fact such as will please and attract the eye asljwell as give entire satisfaction in price k 4You must see these before you have made tour mind to purchase a wrap See our Tailormade Suits for Ladies if you V think of buying as itwill pay you tS LADIES GENTS AND CHILDRENS HOSIERY Ths values in this Department can not be fJ 7resisted TRY US f 1GENTS FURNISHINGS AND LADIES DRESS GOODS A SPECIALTY If in want of and see us we can save you maney Ac jlfftetfully Submitted to Cash Trade E V ELDER 1AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS r u I To see the most stylish line of Ladies and Meiis Shoes for Fall and Winter you are looking for our store Our Full Stock was never more complete We arc prepared to fill your wants Our styles and prices arc sure to please you We invite you to call and see the new styles and get prices + 4 + NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS We take it as a favor for vou to call and look at our goods We guarantee to save money on every purchase We curry a line of Bats and Mens Furnishings and can show you the Newest and Latest Things Call and see us before buying elsewhere v 4444 RICE they positively Dyspepsia and other Ipnt drinkingsometimes his J grade 2OO 1 S 3oo 4 574 8oo lot recent and goods MILLINERY call you full The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OUT 25 1893 Dr HObson Dentist Jesse Cobb is president of the Waco Democratic Club Extra registration days noxt Mon day Tuesday and Wednesday Master Hugh Finuell has been com pelled by ill health to quit school Found on Main street Saturday a baby bracelet Call at this office Messrs Crooko and Cobb speak at Combs postoflice Friday at 2 p m Sam Ross sold to Shelby Jett his Silver Creek farm 310 acres at 60 per acreA letter from a Madison county soldier in the Philippines on our last page lIon James Black of Barboursville will speak for the regular Democrats on court day next The Republicans have decided to offer no opposition to the Democratic nominees for city offices So J Curtis sold 32 yearling mules to W N Jones of Teen at 5Sper head He has more for sale Mr Dennis Z Taylor the hand some Waco merchant hiss sold out his store to his brother Mr T B Taylor Quail hunters are breaking the law and farmers should report them to the Richmond Gun Club anJ receive a reward Eleven good laughs are contained in the article Kentuckians Woes on our first pale Cut it out for your scrap book Dr Vaughts dear factory Is making thousands of thin finest cigars without the aid or consent of another nation on earth We have some special prices on vehicles for the next 30 days Also McSherry wheat dril at a bargain tf HIGQIVS Luxox Mr A J Reed formerly of Rich mond has recently been appointed manager of the American Union Life Insurance Company for the greater part of Ohio with headquarters at Cincinnati lion George E Hancock of Bar boursville Prohibition candinate for Superintendent Public Instruction will speak at court house next Saturday morning October Sat 10 oclock All invited Four hundred choice pure bred Plymouth Rock cockerels and pullets for sale at 50 cents each or5 per dozen They will cost you SI each after Dec Eggs 15 for 50 cents MRS H H COLYER sepl20tf Richmond Ky The story of My Friend from India which will be seen at the While ush opera house Wednesday night November 1 Besides being up roariously funny and occasionally sug gesting horse play there is a thread of satire that is pleasing to the despiser of shams The satire deals with the craze of the newrich for society and crazi of society for fads tho theosophl cal fad especially ErastusUnderbolt a rich Kansas City porkpacker grows rich goes to Now York and fur his childrens sake tries to break into swelldom He thinks by posing as a patron of theosophy he wilt succeed Ills son goes on a spree and bring a drunken barber home with him and to escape his fathers ire he palms his companion off ng a great theosophical adept The complications arising from the desire of the barber to escape and the obstacles that beset him continue throughout the play The fun is pure clean and refreshing It is one of the very few good things scheduled for out pleasure The cast includes Joseph A Wilkes George Mack Osborno Searle Lute Vroraan Charles Gaunt Joseph- Daincry Louise Arnot West Temple Madgo Otis Lois Francis Clark and Helen Weber Lost Cape Sealskin capej lack silk lined lost onI Thursday on Irvine pike or in town Reward if left at this office For Sale A blacksmith standard house and lot near Kingston For further particulars call ou or address D D PENSIXOTOX sept27 1m Kingston Ky Mr Hays Speech Hon Jfapoleu B Hays of Pineville t made cue of the most convincing speechei delivered hero during this campaign on Thursday last He Is a mountain Democrat in whom there is no guile nor semblance of turning It Was Bryans Poorest Speech Those who accompanied Mr Bryan during his entire tour of Kentucky last week when he traveled 1774 miles In three days and spoke 27 times say that his Richmond speech was the poorest ho delivered on the journey So be ill Jf that was his worst then what we failed to hear must have been a darlings The CourierJournal printed every word ha uttered publicly during those three days and It waa mighty II intcrestln nadin1 To our mind his Stanford and 3Iaysvjllo speeches were his best But the fact is all of them were the best Tho CLIMAX printed I t his RichiJjond epecHVib full iiextiiiorn in1 1 1 We have some special prices on vehicles for the next 30 days Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain tf Hiaoixs Luxox Speaking at Combs Hons JTevis Cobb and R Harris Crooke will address the voters at Combs postofllcein Bearwallow neighborhood on Friday next at 2 p m Everybody invited to attend Tied at Foolball The heavy Newcastle football club met the team of Central University here Monday and the game ended in a tie 55 This was the exact score made last year by these teams in their first game Lost A handsome donble case stemwind ing gold watch with the letters W W B engraved on case A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to this oflice or eptSOtf A T CIIENAUIT Strayed or Stolen From the waterworks last Friday a bay mare about 15 hands high and about 8 years old Sho has a mark on her back caused by saddle Will pay 5 reward for return of mare G B BAXTER Waterworks Cattlo Ding S P Million of Jolly Ridge had a steer to die last week with the black leg The necessary precaution has been taken to prevent the spread of the disease to other herds of cattle but it is feared it is too late Valley View Argent New Wall Paper House In Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr W It Leeda skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms to suit all tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aug23tf Bitten by a Maddog Mr Win Baugh of Irvine who was bitten by a dog supposed to have been mad on last Wednesday night passed through Richmond Sunday on his way to the Burglh madstone at White Hull After repeated attempts the stone failed to adhere Capt Smiths Promotion Past Grand Master J Speed Smith of this city was elected Grand High Priest of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky Masons last week This is ex actly right Capt Smith is as true to the order as ho is to himself and we hope ho will get any honor he asks for Mr Sireng Will Win Mr Henry J Streng who left for Louisville recently to engage in business is in line of promotion to two prominent offices Grand Master of of Odd Fellows and Vice Consul of the Kentucky Division League of Amen can Wheeluleu We want him to win both flack Badly Injured In our last we noted the serious in juries received by JnmesUIuck of this county near Unrbouiviile It is said that Mr Black was assaulted by J B Gross and stabbed to the hollow He is ma critical condition The Injured man Is a brother of attorney S It 1 Black of this city Callle 10 Cents a Pound Mr H M Morgan one of the largest cattle buyers of this section has just returned from Clay county He says cattle are bringing better prices in Clay county thaq they are at home Henry Marcum of Clay county bought a yoke of oxen weighing 3000 ponnd for which he paid ten cents a pounds or 300 bra pair of cattle Valley View Argent The Prince of the Powers oh the Air The above is the title of a highly meritorious poem sent to the CLIMAX by a local contributor too late for this issue As there are some important words too illegibly written to decipher we request the author to call at the of fice and explain The poem is In all respects worthy production and we solicit a continuance of such favors Pot Hunting If the present law which imposes a heavy flue for Laving partridges poses ion before November 15th was strictly enforced it would do much to stop pot hunting In Montgomery county a short time ago a man was fined 25for this offense The Richmond Gun Club will pay a big reward for information that will lead to the prosecution of offenders CCo t Burns Up The coal you bought last year is about gone Go at once and replenish Jril Baker telephone 137 is selling the elebratetl Diamond Coal and Ken tucky Coal at 12 cents delivered or 11 cents on the yard Now is the time to order while it is dry suit light weight you get no rainsoaked coal if bought now Office andyard Blanton Warehouse at L N crossing on East Main street ocl254t Madison County Declamatory Csntast Nice Cash Prize Prof J D Clark Superintendent of the Caldwell High Schopl wishes Us to announce during Thanksgiving week the annual declamatory contest of pu pus of the public schools of Madison county will take place All pupils the public schools are eligible Prof Clark desires to asks that teachers immediately send names to hhn of all the students who wish to coiupfcte fur the prize wljlcii will bcJO iaeILl ISome mon have no tastes but if the all right they chance it The NonIrritating Cathartic Easy to take easy to operate Hoods Pills Liquor has a peculiar way of getting the best of a fellow after ho gets it down During the winter of 1897 Mr James Reed one of the leading citizens and merchantsof Clay Clay county W Va struck his leg against a cake of ice in severetyItpained him so badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches He was treated by physicians also used several kinds of two and a half gollons of whisky in bathing it hut nothing gave any relief until lie lx ean using Chamberlains Pain Balm This brought almost a complete cure in a weeks time and he believes that had to he be amputated Pain Balm is unequaled for sprains bruises and rheumatism For sale by Perry Thomasoct4lm Sacque religious the young woman who uses the church to advertise her new chothes Uood News for Oar Keadrr Who have scrofula taints in their blood and who has not Scrofula in all Us 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 affect the glands of the neck which become enlarged eruptions appear on the head unit are and the eyes are frequently rstappearanceperhaps scrofula should be entirely eradicated from the system by a thorough course of Hoods Sarsaparilla to prevent all the painful and sickening consequences of running scrofular sores which drain the system sap the strength and mike existence utterly wretched lin Lazy people are critised a good deal nut they generally lead long and happy lives Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment It never fails to cure Price We in bottles tubes 75 cents Thomas oct4lm The Sunday law and the sidedoor makes fifteen cent whisky out of the five cent article Bad Blood Curo Froo Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem ilhes Scioftila that resist other treatments are quickly cured by B B Th t Botanic Blood Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured PoisonIB B Botanic Blood Balm in one to five months Th B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bot tie will test it in any case For sale by ilrucgiats everywhere Large bottles six for So Send for a free sample bottle which will be sent by return mail When yon write describe symptoms and personal free medical will be given Address Blood Balm Co 138 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga july2Glyr Ono wny to prevent hiccough is to abstain from going out between the acts Great Seccess BISHOP KY October 12 1899 Dr T 0 Miller a well known veteri nary surgeon of this place says he has taken Hoods Sarsaparilla and eeen it used by different people and it has proved a great success eradicating im puritles from the blood and curing var ions diseases He took it himself for ivy poisoning and it was wonderfully successful It is the best medicine money can buy A man needs no spectacles to see the beauty of uprightness when he looks at it through an Iron barred door For all fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subject or in animals as a dressing Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for sores on working horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating qualities are unequaled Price 25 and Soc Perry Thomas oct4lm Neither Ajax nor any other man ever defied Jersey lightning with impunity Free medical advice Men and women Buffering from chronic disease are invited to consult Dr Pierce Buffalo N Y by letter absolutely without fee or charge For more than thirty yosrs as chief counsniting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y Doctor Pierce has devoted himself to the treatment and cure of chronic forms of dUense As sisted by his stall of nearly a score oi physicians each man a specialist Ida success has been phenomenal ninety eight persons in every hundred treated being absolutely and altogher cured Women have especially availed them selves of Dr Pierces offer of free con sultation by letter thereby avoiding the unpleasant questioningstheobnox Ions examinations and odious local treatments considered necessary by Some practitioners Over half a million women have been treated by Dr PierrE and his staff for diseases peculiar tc women with unvaring success Write without fear as without fee IJvery letter is treated as strictly private and sacredly confidential and all answer are sent in plain enveloPes bearing n DiUleal Association Bnflalo NY After a woman has lived to bo seven ty she still believes that she never ha bad her own way Nature can only feed the flamo of lif digestedHerbinostomach1 and improve dlgcBtfon a to insure the ofboitfti ftl iOc Ar7 TW o i INDUCEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY LT THE Busy Bee Cash Store C e se A 5OTe eo The appended items are how great are the inducement the purpose of giving you som Dress Fabrics which show U Germany Switzerland and An Never before have the f enormous stock of goods to Shelves counters Ledges and and groaning under the weigh Not a single item in thi1 great syndicate of three the Ia mers this fall that is not in it DRESS GOODS We are very fastidious about our Dress Materials they must be of the most exclusive the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste We are offering a line oi beautiful all wool mixtures double width and pretty and stylish for Ilk per yd worth 39 Wo are showing the handsomest line of Crepons in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd up the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at ydVa a complete line of- VenetiansBroadclothis and all weaves adapted to tailormade suiting Onr prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to he Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quirk selection and got the 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 stork of Children School Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes Ladies Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens and Boys Boots and everything to be found in a firstclass shoe store and prIces we are naming on them are mov- Ing them out id Bags Carts and Wag ons Dont wait to get your shoes come now We are agents for the Regina Shoe it is made on all the new style lasts and it is the best S3 00 shoe for ladies in the market Ask to Fee a pair of our Regina Shoes CLOAKS AND WRAPS We have one entire room in onr great store devoted to onr Cloak and Wrap Department All the Eastern and wont On the 10th of December 1807 Rev- S A M E Ohurch South Pt Va contract ed a severe cold which was attended from by violent cough lug He sns After resorting to a number of notailed specifics usually kept in the to no purpose I pur chased a bottle of Chamberlands Cough Remedy which acted like a charm I most it to the public For sale by Perry Thomas octilm Either I will find a way or I will oneSit P Sidney Dizziness loss of appltite flatulency and nausea are all connected with dyspepsia or indigestien will- gIve prompt relief 50c Perry oct4lm intended only to show how re i offered to early fall purchaser e idea of the magnitude of our Ie inspirations of the Loom lerica ood people of Madison and adj select their fall purchases fi even the very floors upstairs of the enormous stacks of goo great store in this enormous rgest stores in Central Kentuc self a GENUINE BARGAIN byol1rlbuyers partment of our store All the new Jackets Golf Capes Childrens Jackets c that are in favor this season we are showing and our prices suit every body You can buy a handsome Silk Lined Jacket or Capo from us at the same price a cheap one would cost you elsewhere Dont fail to visit our Cloak Department look through it see many new things whether you want to buy or not Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait pn you All Domestic Goods are being wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of You can save money on each and every item purchased in this Department Good Call- coes that make nice comforts and dresses are only 3c per yd All best brands Indigoes and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells themGood Canton Flannel 5c Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home ydGood 5c better Percales 7Jc per yd Red Flannel heavy twilled loo per yd We are selling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray red and blue at 8Jc ydGood Jeans JOe yrI Good Bed Ticking 5e per yd Best ydBest Apron Gingham 5c yd Nice Dress Gingham 5c per yd Better grades 7J and SJc per yd Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are being wrapped up at very low prices in order to make room Bring your wagons and load them up they wont be as low again this season We and Mart be at of the house make Herbine Thomas Dont take physic when you should take exercise Tetter SaltIHieum and Eczema The itching and smarting Inch dentto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad ases have been permanently cured by it It is efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites- and sore eyes 25 cts per box Caslys Condition are just what a needs when in bad condition Tonic blood and They are not food but tho In use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 lents per package itsonable are our prices ands also as a drawing card for fall The beauty of our Artists of France England lining counties had such an om as we are now showing stock of goods nor in this Ly will be shown to a custo OUR CLOTHING Department is the talk of the ontiro county We are selling good suils for men at 248 Mens good heavy Cassi mere Pants 75c a pair Our line of Childrens Knee Pant Suits is very complete We are showing all the new things in favor this season Our Mens Boys and Overcoats are piled mountain on our coun bargainYouing line that we dont handle front the pricesbefore Wo are showing an Lino of Linoleums Oilcloths Kiign 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 We have the best selected line of Ladies Child rcas and Mens Under wear that will be shown you this sea son Onr Ladies Union Suits at iceach are worth 50c Childrens Vests upLadiesMens Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests and 25c each We are agents for Tho American Lady Corset The bUilt feuling mid most stylish corset used Every Cor set warranted Get our prices on Valises Hats and Caps Umbrellas Ladles Underskirts Ladies Dress Skirts c extend to one all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain The best the market both east and west affords to had prices within the reach everyone Bring your wagons as you will buy so many goods you leave the low prices we are naming that your buggy hold them W II OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Donahoe pastor Pleasant beginning cheerfully recommend Price intenso favorite chronic Dr Powders horse purifier vermifuge mediciiwand best stock Youths high Elegant Carpets Pants Trunks here when That Joyful Feeling With the exhilarating sense of re oealth and strength and internal clean linfss which follows the use of Syrup of Figs is unknown to the few who have not progressed beyond the old time medicines and the cheap substitutes sometimes offered but never accepted by the well informed Buy the genuine Manufactured by the by the California Fig Syrup Co If you want the trust evil suppressed in Kentucky vote the Democratic ticket Time most stubborn eases of Bron chilis succumb to Cousseurf Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas oct4lm kit- I i CALF BOOT in and Calf lined Feu Ladies Misses and Childrens The best felt QOT The best gum BOOT The best The best HAT or GAr The best GLOVE the the least money call Whites Cream Vermifuge is a highly valuable preparation capable from thl promptitude of its action of clearing the system in a few hours of every II worm Price 25 cents Perry and tThomas oct4lm fL A man may smile still be a temperance advocateJI wish to express my thanks to the 1 manufacturers of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy fr 3j having put on the market such a won Y derful medicine savs W W Mats singill of Beaumont Texas There are many thosands of mothers whose chil dren havo been saved from attacks of dysentery and cholera infantum who Jmust also feel thankful It is fi r sale by Perry k Thomas oct4lm 1- I LISTRNE I i IPjU WANT THE jJ BESTtt jr BOOTEENThOEST Rubber THE BESTSHOES creaningds 011I Ijjf UNDERWEAR on jnarketfor on I I DQUGLS BRIGHT CUEi 207 WEST MAIN STREET i o4 I Ij I I FIT ico 4 J rt 0 a i h iB1B1 R rTillieTiiblu N S3 Taking Effect Sun ilny Juno 11 1893 4 2d Class IlnCliu 3 No r Sun Uz Sunj MiiiiiVersallle 21 350 5 iclJobme 02 7 35 8 Valley View 26 8 00 7 61 Million 111 1113 8 o- nRicbmonJ M 8 3J 9 00 111 r Union 13 1000 4 16 1005 1 30 102S 1II01JellvIt123Son 40 ii 1M u VNo z Noo S Jio 10 wI7 ttOmd Kx8onKxSanExSunEjc8oi AM PIf P M A M J4Irciue n liss- SW I oS Brasafleld 2 15 MotKrlcy i 2J 15Uniou 2 3i Richtnoml 1i 241 2 15 Million 3 Ii 306 Valley View If l 3n 3 n Nlcholasville 48 3onVureailleh 7 50 11 6 10 A Si Pi M PlMl plM All trains ootiiwet with Iralsvllle Southern tAi to and from Ixwilirllle- AH train connect with C N O T P trains wand from Cincinnati J nOCK Train Dispatcher W II ADAMS Su erioteu l tt SDR CALDWELLSN i3 0 I tTitchtc fig 3 41 95 fn0 OJ i e H = zCO rm = rn t en g1 BOVI n IcJi c g OO t I nnnnnnn 11TuS r r P kBt- S I 4 ft= t 0- iI 0 t- y tS = DOj i g I c cI i cjL1 L a0 flH w 0 00 ifffaaaaE993S z- zI roI f- w 881 asss j I SDR CAL WELLSN i ZLUOCETRALS11oILr New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pailaum Tonriat Sleeping Car leaves Louis rllta ervry TIIb b and runs through tedsnyrnckenAuk scent for particulars or write Agentr vlUeirkrtiiiti fiilroy IIuKHeet December 5 1833 DAILY RXUBIT SUNDAY IIm aM pm pm 6 Lve Richmond Ar HI 7 23 2 Ii I 09 Winchester 42 6 16 IS k 15 ftianvUIe 830 I I 8 9 Paris S 40 5 10 6 II M Georgetown 7 60 CSS 714 11 M Ar Frankfoit Lve 70J 340 Adc for tlcVcU via ParisJNEWTON Q P A EASIER THAN EVER Tin present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road In addition to shortening the time to ile and New Orleans has made it Easier Than lIver to reach nit points In Arkansas Mexico California ThepIlHldld train viInwhich the Illinois Genitals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Lb UedIe equippel makes it Easier Than five to take a trip to the above mentioned Urrltery TIle Central the only line which runs Free ItodUilnir Chair Oars and Vestlballed trains from Ixiulnville to the South also a weekly Ialltaaa Tourist cr for California Ire Lukvill every Thurnday 9 23pm Arr Meraphi Friday 8 lOam 4tpmLvArr Hoaiton Satonlny 8 4am 4SplllInil ii Wubr Etttt to Cilifonii Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com municate wUli K H F wler Trarvllns Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky Vu ALPUIID KKLLOXD A O P A A II HANSON Q P A Louisville Ky Chicago 2I1 dec29ly 135 ECONOMIST RANGES L U IJ 01 f 1t HIltIl en Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work UDUE MTH i County Court Days Paris Bourbon county firetMonday- Hlclmioud Madison county first Mon lay Lexington Faette county second Moiiilay s Stundud Lincoln county secondJIon t JivVkieorgtown Scott county third Mon day hanville Boyle county third Monday r Nichuiasy tile Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Glark county fourth Monday VersalUcs tyoodfdrdVtountyi fourth 1A MonditriV I t Vi I L A ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS THE 5YSTEM tLSEfFECrUALLDJSP f fVrOVERCOMES111 H4BITUAL CONSTiPATIONPERMANENTIX ITS BHEIicisBUY THe 6EHUIHIMAHTO ftX gI tp0 fea4 trca sau CGG PU lOr rutornr an5ly All ReCDras Erakon OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES lireaks all records Never before in the history of our town was there a more complete line oflered the people Every shoo has been bought at the very lowest market price and we are in n position to give our customers The Moil Iftlu For Tb hail 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 YOr 61Tuc We haye a few summer goods left that we will sell you at your own price Theyare all nice and good Nowsyour chance Yours for the Right Price Freeman Bros First Street Richmond Ky roD AtE A DEM mA and of courscwant a Democratic newspaper The Chicago Di patch is the Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the rendoption of the platform and the re iioiniiiation of William Jennings Bryan- T ere has nevei been a political campaign 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 iRalert and aggressive Flushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy Democrats must be up and doing They must wage an unceasing war upon their enemies In no better and more effective way can this be done than by the circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers The publisher of The Chicago llspatchwill send to every now subscriber for three months a copy of The Chicago Disputch 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 all your friends to join with you By a little effect you can ea raise a club of ten or twenty snbscrlbem The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other Democratic leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 122 Fifth Avenue ixUtf Chicago Illinos ++CALL AT + + M ltl SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept Tap ssssssss Phone 3 Second St R10H2OJfD XIF EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who has a good sound reliable oirriflge under him He can rest secure in the thought that when lie has one of our well inndo reliable nliactong carriages rniinbouts whale lone speeders or road cartsrlhat come vliiIIJlvefinest stocks of road wagons rockn WBJBBMI rubbprtired hugipa In Jftlch mendVJONK Mrt rsr XktCrtWor 1 VV J j ti J j A LETTER FROM THE PHILIPPINES The following letter is from a Rich mond boy who joined the regular army at the outbreak of tIm Spanish War lie grows eloquent toward the last in his defence of the regnlais and his prostations of loyalty to the flig are very readable CANDATJA ISLE nn LUZO- NllIILtPPINE ISINS Aug 20 I81 J TtioiiMOND CLIMAX As I am old Itiqlitnoiiil by I think that it might interest tome of my fretids to know something what II going on in this far Eastern country where UucIt Smus boys in brown lire trying to imprej upon lie Philip pinoe4 the necessity of their taking up the white mans bunion Sly legiment the 22nd U S Infantry landed at Manila on the 6th of March after an uneventful voyage across the Pacific which was broken by a very pleasant stop of five days atI Honolulu which is beautiful city where we enjoyed oureelvea immense ly After binding at Manila wo wore marched to our temporary barracks at Malata which is a suberb of Manila and were then given a short rest and were lilted with tropical clothing as we had worn our heavy blue from Fort Crook in the United States In the few days we were iu Malata barracks we had a chance to see Manila Of course wo suffered from the intense heat as the change was very great to us Corning from Fort Crook only a mouth before where there were four feet of snow and the thermomoter stood 10 and 12 below zero I On the 13th of Mardi we had our first engagement at Patelas We were a part of Gen Wheat OIlS brigade anti the advance was made frow San Pedro Martha church Here we bad some pretty hard fighting as the enemy was strongly entrenched at this point and gave us stubborn resist ance Our loss was very heavy as we had to advance acioss an open field in the face of a terrific fire We drove them for several miles and bivouaced for the night on the bluffs overlooking the Pasig river Here we stayed hay inK an occcasional skirmish with the ene mybut no general enga ementuntil the morning of the 18th when the 2nd battalion of the 22nd was sent out to scout the Pasig Valley Here we were led in to a trap and were completely surround ed but we helcj the enemies offas long as we hind any ammunition Our loss on this day was very heavy My coin pany alone had two killed and 11 wounded among the latter was our captain Frank Jones After thiS we took part in the battle of La Loma Callocan Polo lull Mal labcn and Manila It was at this place that our Colonel Egbert of Kentucky was killed while leading the 22nd in a charge against the old stone fort on the top of Malinta hill We were also with Lnwton in his march against the insurgent capital Malalas but we met with very little resistance on this trip Our last cam paign was with Gen Lawton when he made his famous march across the mountain of AngeL and came in the rear of the rebel stronghold liallinag and took them by surprise We came across a place that the foot of man had never trod We had a little ekirmish here but it did not amount to much as thin enemy was takeu so completely by surprise that they did not take the time to fire many shots at us We have beeu here at this town Candaba for over two months as the rainy season hiss made campaigning impossible around here but last week there was a general advance made from Saufunando North and I think it is the intention to take the rest of the rallroadNorth of Kanfutiano There has beon suine haul fighting there but it takes so long for news to reach us here- I am not able to give the particulars of the fight but our troops have made some great advances with very small lossThe health of the regiment has been very good up to the last month Since we have been here there is consider able sickness owing to the fact that we are surrounded by a very foul swamp There is considerable sore feet among the boys caused by having to wade barefooted in the foul mud and water- I see in some papers that have reached me from the States letters from soldiers here mostly volunteersdlCribiuK SOUlS of the battles they were engaged inand tellingabout shooting down prisoners and shelling towns where there are women and children This is false as can be and is only the chattering of a lot of young idiots who are seeking to gain newspaper notoriety at the expense of poUouing the minds of thegood people at home We have been carrying on a humane warfare and at no time has been any cru ltytothe natives by American soldiers Of course war faro is cruel to both sides but an Amer ican soldier never mistreats a fallen enemyWe soldiers of course would rather be back in our confnrtaUe barracks in the States than here sleeping in swamps and marching all day in the blistering BUU But duty calls us here to put- down the enemy of our country and here we stay until our country sees lit to recall Us Sir I would like to say one thing about the regular soldier Why is i that all the papers give such praise to The best of women may be the worst of sufferers Disease is no respecter of The periodicLV many wom en is calculated as ag gregatiug ten years of the thirtyl ft fifteen l and forty j five- Such a tax of pain and time is utter unnecesary In all cases the suffe- rintSofwom en due to irregularity and like causes may be and in most cases they may be completel cured by the PrescriptionThisall but a specific remedy for diseases organsItation inflammation and femaleweakness and gives the enfeebled organs health and vigorVMrs J Kidder of Hill Dale Farm Rnos weerfull the great relief kindly advice aod medicines brought me During the I found I was with child and iu rapidly falling health I urinazydimcultyeach dayand much sharp paia at tilDes I felt jomethtn must be done I sought OUr GCrice and received reply I fol ofDrimprovehthed1ateIy 001aisedudlavaZJi 2INI WU1L1V J j RS PINKHAM says that irritability indicates disease t M Women who are nervous and snappish are to be pitied Their homes are uncomfortable their dis positions grow constantly worse Such women need the coun sel and treatment of a woman who understands the peculiar EVERYDAY TALKS WITH WOMEN your Vegetable Compound has done for me It has helped me than anything I suffered for a long time with nervousness pains in back and limbs and falling of the womb neuralgia in my could not sleep I told mv husband u uuuthing must be done forOll I was nearly frantic with jp pain Having read of wonderful cures Lydia E Pinkhams Veg etable Compound g performed determined 8 to try it I have taken a itand am happy to say I OOQOi am cured I recommend it to all my friends and never f tire of telling the benefit I have derived from its use I have alone to thank for my recovery VVMas ELLEN FLANA CAN Mountain St8OO Philadelphia Pa writes 8 DEAR MRS PINKHAM 8 Three years ago I was a sufferer from chronic dyspepsia was irritable cross can o gbottleshams Vegetable Compound was entirely take great pleasure in writing to and would be be interviewed by any one who afflicted with that distressing complaint am very grateful to you the volunteer and never mention the regular the man is the backbone of the army The men always do their duty without a murmur it our people because we1 are only the hired fighting men of Uncle Sam Do the people think we have no patriotism no for our country and flag that we face death alter day for the paltry sum of 15 per month No I rio the regular is just as proud to see starry emblem of liberty and freedom in the lead of our own regiment as any volunteer in the world Hut I am taking up too much of your time so I bring my letter to a close hoping that you will kindly send me a copy of your paper once in a while I remain yours respectfully WM H RYAN Company E 22nd U 3 Infantry llorious News Comes Dr D It Cargile of Whashita L T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the doctors could give no help but her cure is complete and her health is excellent Tins shows what thousands have provedthat Electric Bitters is the blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 GOY BOB TAYLOR ON BACHELORS Mv Dear Old Solitary Who mends your socks Do you sew on your but tons long it you to thread a needle Why dont you brush the cobwebs out of your souls and straighten up and get a good to do all these things for youl What pleasure do you find in this world with out a partner It is not good man should live alone The world owes you a rib and you ought to have your old ribs crackedif you dont collect the debt Why dont you rig up your matrimonial tackle old boy and go angling for a Your old pal it loons ajtJ looking mighty lonesome hanging there in dusty wardrobe without any calico to keep them company Your room is a paradise without a fair Eve to adorn it I know what 18 the matter with you you are afraid of grocery bills and goods bills and doctors and curtain lectures and the overthrow of your in dependence and freedom of speech or else you are afraid to pop the ques tion and thus loseagoldca opportuni ty bv simply looking at her and grin ning like a basket ofpossum heads Are you accumulating a fortune If so for whom Did you ever hear Pri vate John Allens story of the din sion of an oldbachelprs estate When they were dividing out among his kins folks one disgruntled relative felt ho hadnt received hh share of the estate and complainingly I sometimes wish the old man had not died If you are poor you need a good wo man to help you get rich if you are rich you need a good woman to help you get poor In either case she is a success For a man to pass through this world without a helpmeet is strange philosophy tQ me and yet I have seen men with as noble hearts as ever throbbed full of splendid sentiment and in the beautiful live out their days in this wretched ness Bacbelordom is a habit the longer indulged in the harder to break until its victim is so infatuated with it that it seems impossible to quit He becomes sot One of the attendant misfortunes of a bachelor is absentmindedness once heard of an absentminded bachelor bought a new pair of gloves and went home with them andastonished his nephews nieces by throwing them in the fire and spitting on tillItied Of course ho intended to the fire anti throw his gloves ntheIbed The best way to cure mindedness is to get live wideawake talking wife whose tongue be a constant reminder to you and soon teach you to think the right way If all men should follow your plan of life what would become of society and civilization All of this homes now glow with the light of loye ant ring wit lthe laughter and song jaf chJdflo would soott be transformed into tbsilentandsourdomiciles oiqitl maids and just such old things as you I do not meau to speak harshly or to hurt your feelings but only to show you tha error of your way U you would enjoy life you must have a happy home and if you would iavea happy home it must glow wftlikappy smiles and ring with happy voiaahdh- appy hands must keep it neatand clean nnd plant flowers at the door lIarS no doubt you will turn liP your nose anti charge tne with senti mentality I plead guilty to tie soft impeachment I am sentimental haYs buUUtlarespect for the man who 1tL qo coti utrl 1da it if tI J s gD i irL + i troubles of her sex MRS ANNA E HALL of Milli dale Conn was all run i health ccmpletely control of her nerves She wrote to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass i for advice Now she writes d I wish to thank you for what more else also had head and that some the had A you 1810 and and cured I this you pleased to is I who who Is that love day that will from best best How does take wile that frau that poor dry bills that said a love with I who and It will that I atid kild- l and had lost r Every soul that ever found its way from earth to heaven was wafted there on the wings of sentiment every brave spirit whoever faced death for his country was led by sentiment to tile battlefield every beautiful picture is a sentiment reflected from this heart on the canvas and every creation of the sculptors chisel is the silent imago of sentiment What power is it which leads the bride and groom to the altar and seals their vows It is the pure sentiment love What is it which makes home and life and the world beautiful It is sentiment What are flowers but the Ira grant sentiment of God What are the brawling brooks and rivers hut the language anti song of the waters What are laughter and song but sentiment My wifeless friend somewherein thy heart there is an angel sentiment sleep big I appeal to you in the name of religion and patriotism and society and love to wake it and let it fly out in search of its kindred sentiment and it will not bo long before broadcloth and white swiss shall float down the aisles of the crowded church nnd a new book of thy destiny shall be opened re vealing mysteries which thou hast never dreamed of before Loneliness will quit thee there and thou shalt walk in sentiment and newness of lIfeGov Bob Taylor in Youth and Ae lie fooled This Sargoons All doctors told Renick Hamilton oi West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was per formed j but he cured himself with five boxes of Buckleiis Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 Old things have passed away behold all things are become new The only thing discussed by the Republicans now is the Louisville convention True to their training they are not sat isfied without taking a hand in somebody elso family affairs Why should the Louisville convention be of any concern to them Simply because few rascals like John Young Brown P P John ou got caught up with and cried fraud and that was enough for the Republicans for if there is any fraud anywhere they are bound to have a hand in it AN buzzards hover around a stinking caress so do Repub licans flock to the camp of the traitor Kicholasvillo Democrat If you scour the world you wlll never find a remedy equal to One Minute Cough Cure says Editor Fankler of Micanony Fla Hustler It cured his family of LaGrippe pneunioiiabroiidiitis lung troubles Perry Thomas A PROMINENT Ohio Republican writing to the editor Qf the Cri AX in a personal letter says As to the im perialistic policy I am opposed to it I believe it is contrary to the spirit and principles of OUr institutions If we are Republicans we should aid in giving freedom to the people and IOt taking it away Such a patriotic utterance as this finds no expression from those who believe that this is a war of con quest by this Republican party for the benefit of Wm McKinley Eat plenty Koaol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what jou eat It cures all forms of dyspepsia and stomach trou bles E tt Gamble Vernon Texas says It relieved me from the start and cured mo It is now my everlast lug friend Perry Thomas There can be no question that Mr Goobel has made a remarkable can vms Tile crowds that have attended his speakings and the enthusiasm maul fested by those supporting him have never been equaled in a contest for a State office in Kentucky He is aman of destiny and bids fair to bo a potent factor in the affairs not only of the State but of the nation Madfsonvllle Hustler Millions of dollars Is tho value placed by Mrs Mary Bird Harrisburg Pa on the life of her child when she was saved front croup by the use of One Minute Cough Cure It cures all coughs colds and Thomas throat and lung troubles Perry The moral is cleat 5atlie following story taken from an exchange Said a local merchant tIloltherday Have you noticed the advertisement I have on the fence East of town ItN replied tho customer but if will send the fence around I will look itlyver and see what you are deal ingiti f iisl lam reading newspa pers anti doiit get much time to study 1enceologyVV Joseph Stoikfonl llodgdon Mo heahjLa sore running for seventeen fonia cl cured his stand nj By using De Witts WStch Hazel Salve It cures all 8kin diseases Per ry Hhouins A Republican Governor vetoed the Democratic School Book lUll clliat would have gWen to the bl1dofll State BchXrol boohs nt At IcasTlSKir Cent less than for what they are iitv Selling Another Republican Governor would dotho same to favor the XmeH can Book Qorppany The dogiviUHck this liBntl if bJin who eOdV1i- I1gaiv11la 1lat JihVV c t L LITERARY NOTES JThe prcscntgeneration is only now coming to understand the meaning of the word work It applies to all classes rich and poor alike and Mrs Charlotte Perkins Stetson lies under taken to make this clear In her article What York h1 which appears III the October Cosmopolitan Sir Henry Irving devoted part of his summer holidays to writing an article Tvhiuli he has given to the Ladies Home Journal It is railed Shakespeare in Small Communities and tolls how the studyreading aloud anti acting of Shakespeares works may be followed in communities away from the larger centers Mesare A R Barnes Co New York announce for immediate publica Ion Prof John Phelps Fruits Mind suit Art of Poeu poetry fnrstudents of American literature ilsj Mr Kiclio las Knights Quanti lye Chemical Analysis a hand look for practical cneiiiisls will students of chemistry Mr Kiiighc i professor of chemistry in Cornell College Motlnt Vernon Iowa They call attention to their lIewlhymn- book Glad lidmgsbyVVm L Ma son author of the Mason music This is an exceedingly good book and is fur nished at3tJe hundred Also Rev James Carters lipw hymn and tnne book Songs of Work and Worship for prayoruieetings and Christian En deavor societies Price 35 per Lon dred In connection with Snnday schoolwork they civilrenewed attention to Lyman Abbotts Commentary on the Four Gospels vols 12 and 3 of the New Testament Commentary There will be e demand in 1000 for this Commentary for time International SLessons on the Life of Christ Stamp Out Goebelisa REV II H COLEMAX LOUISVILLE KY Dear SlrIamin receipt of your card with request for 50 cents to assist you to stamp out Goebelism I regard your solicitation as below the dignity of your calling nn insult to myself who voted for the Goebel Bill andwill vote for William Goobel a man whose public life I approve and whose private character is becoming lustrous by tho abrasions of slander Your hundreds of leading ministers might find holier work If there is a purpose on yonr part deeper than the- O cents it must be touseyonr relig ious influence for political effect Is not this precisely the objection you have made to Catholicism It is true that a number of our preachers have been Rotting frisky in politics During the last Legislature we had preachers at Fraukfort to instruct us on the book hill as well as the temper aticoquestionVHundreds of leading ministers from all parts of the Slate are backing you up so you State Moros tho pity Iaul said I determined to know nothing else amongst you but Jesus Christ and Hint crucified Do you know what thoGocbel Jaw contains Do you find fault with his moral character 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