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I i 0 J THE RICHMQNP CLIMAXe = h VOLUME 26ri RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1899 NUMBER 22 I17 e REPAIRING WATCXIEA 3 o a All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY For Rent fJChoice of three good ft office rooms over Doug las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable eijjhlroom residence I with modern conven iences GRIGGSBY MUNCEY EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY R LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on v ininission eeUlmts in and out of the City taken for Collection lrWrite or call on me for further particulars OFFICKRoom 9 Moberley Build ing Itirhmnnd Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS Arr0 aNE73 R E ROBERTS ATTORN EYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY zoOflce In Mobcdcy Bn dhBR RY MILLER ATTORNEY LA HiCHunjfn Kmrrocrv flflee In the Rb4nm Building next door to arra NatlhWl BanV feWIy JA OOWWVAN TTtIClH TTA UIOIIMOND KENTUCKY Dlico over Tsiylora Hunlwnre tn oc lstc Court Mini Ilti Iin Street II H ilot JJrllunn tT1iUl ItjMMrx1 KBKTWKY OlfWNo IS FirKttft up stairs 31 30 J A Si n M Otll A UIl ATTflKKKK l LAW KuHMOM KK TUlK- Oifnu on Seoiml Htriet utir- tgrenry hen M R LETOIER A UolneJitLaw JflIlMI KKSTlCKV IIi wtli T ISJiiith Jr 111 vliIctflhs t l itll1s T O Lowry- J tWlIeya Law M liorliy ISulHIuu nhIIIIII lyy =PSTSIOI NS S UIBtCIIJ3SON- pumIV tNI mmitwttKK- IIMOMI KKNTOCKY- DlTite in the Joe linn iMjilJinc and iQ Sec oIl Strct Wc lId Jtunitore T CUJUS HOOK Kit 1 K7WAMKK NIHfiKOff- Hriulutiti fhibifw IVimaury Guibye- XVtrrlnmry Dentl trynnd Sterility a Specialty rOIBce lairs over tore recently 11 StIii C JASPER 1D 1Metlicine and SUfWryIOfhre Prather Tvlcphune HI resilience the Con place on Uroildway- IticiiMONi KKNTCCKT Gw EVANS M D 1UYuVIAN4tSDSURGEQN RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR TJ TAYLOR Practitioner in ifiiiicnie mId Surgery RICHMOND KKNTUCKT a Office and renldenceon Second Street DENTAL SITBaEBY I 1T XatvVe L- Dmn oD SOTV tsT IOFLOUISVILLK ET- irsO8ce next door to CorernraentBuUdlnt HichraSnd Ky Offlce hours toW1 to I nov71yS DFFED SMITH DEN 7 ST pmeelAtely Dr Louis H Landraan No 53 West Ninth Street Cincinnati thlo will be at the Hotel Zbnmer Richmond ton VBDNESDAY NOV 8 1899 returning orery second Wednesday o each month Reference erery of Itlchr mondKy feblSIy D XvA 91- xtevuxac iii NEED PAINT MIXED BY A PRACTICAL PAINTER READY FOR USE We mike it in all the different Shades of colom including Black and White at siio PER QACU Nut only the best PAINT in the niaiket for the price but tho BEST at any pico If you use ityon will advise all you neighbors and friends to use it Window Glass j Stock the Largest Pricesthe Lowest Our stock of WALLPAPER from 4 CENTS up VINDOW SHADES PICTURE FRAMES PAINTS OILS GLASS oc never so largo and complete as now PRICES the LOWEST We make to order all kinds and colors of WINDOW SHADES and PICTURE FRAMES iQ1 M1iiitn 20J JAil STREE- TRICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist iff ot No 644 Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Olyndon Hotel Richmond 1IONDAYINOVEMBER 1st returning one day each month Eyes exam nedand glaues 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 iehg an IM rum n of very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as well as a handsome appearance and fine finish We have several styes Some in Mahogony Rosewood otc Prices range from 22500 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHM II KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY A GOOD TIMEKEEPER i JH valuable Such Is the Elgin and Walthaw Watch which we arc sell ing forth t600 10 1000 A notable eventl aHgool Watch jitilgoa admit Now isyouropportuiiity to get ollu JEWELRY I Geilfalnly Dots d It Sterling quality More than moneys woith for all Bright gqlden gotxlness As tedera fiyo Diamond fling at from to S150 boiling quickly like good Jewelry siionld Lasts for a lifetime pJ TEAGER No 28 2il St llichmondlCy n n sep1yUto i1w YI Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND ML Sterling and Lexington Accom S 55 am Eastern Express for Louisville n 7 am Morchcad Bud Lexlneton Accoiiu S 00 pm Sew York Limited f F V 4 M pm EAST BOUND texlngton and MoreheadAccom 1115 am New Iork IImlted FFVii M am Ledrilrton and Mt SterIia Accom I pm Washington Express P 23 pit Accommodation trains run dally except Stun dallythrough car senlce to New York For Information rate canon orwrit K llOOD AgeniLAKJly Richmond Ky orOEoWBWBMLNKYPAO H i DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR QOVEBNOK nON WILLIAM GOEBEL OF XSTO COUNTY FOR LIEUTKNANT GOVERNOR J C W BECKAM OF NKL8ON COUNTY ron ATTOKNKY GENERAL RJIIRJoCKIRWmOF FOR AUDITOR GUS COULTER OF OltAVES COUNTY FOR TREASURER S W HAGEU OF BOYD COUNTY FOIL SECRETARY OF STATE CALEB BRECKINRI0E HILL OF CLARK COUNTY FOB COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE IN N ALl OF JEEFERSON COUNTY FOR SUIT OF PUBLIC INSTUCT1ON H V McCHESNEY- OF LIVINGTON COUNTY KK BAlLItOAIl COMMISSIONER 3D DIST COL A W HA MILTON OF MT STERLING FOR BEPBKSENTATIVE IIONWWCOMBS 3IADISON COUNTY FOn CODXTV JUDGE N 11 COY MAGISTRATE D P AKMER CHIEF or OIICE JAS 11 ALLMAN COUXCILMEN lURUfUS CITt hALL LYlrAN JACK ItUEEUANCOURT nOUSE fcMBSBS fuMEmzT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COI15T1 CLERK We are authorized to announce ARCH TtoYBURNto tbe action of the Democratic PartyAWe are authorized to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Cleric subject to the action of tbe Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M subJectWe are authorized to announce JESSE IInbjecttolOa IBEB1PP PWAGcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WBALIARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party rca zsnssoatWe are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic partytWe are to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo party OEOROENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic partysWe are to announce G W DEATIIBRAGE a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to annonnce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party Foe JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of tbe Democratic party We are authorized to annonnce PETER G PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to tha action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PERKINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the rlUcpartT A J Minter father of Prof F S linier of Highland one of Doniphan countys first settlers anda subscriber to The Chief since its first number is Borioupjy lit at IsIs home in Highland Mr Minier has been suffering for more than tour weeks with ncuto gastritus ami his condition is such that his fam ily is much alarmed Mr Minier came to Highland in 1855 Tie started the first store there and has ever been prominent In every enterprise that stood for the wellfare of the communi ty Ho was the first postmaster for Highland when it was the distributing station for tho whole western country Ho continued in active business till 1892 when he retired to enjoy the Irnits of a long successful and honorable mer cantile coreor Ills many friends throughout Doniphan county and the west hope that be may yet be spnred although at his ng there is not much encouragement for the hope of an nlli mnte recovery Troy Kansas Chief JiLl WOMEN AGREE A druggist In Macon Ga says I have sold a large quantity of Mothers Friend and have never known an in stanccwhere it has failed to produc the good results claimed for It AhlwomerI acree that matcj la painful Mothers rierui- S g is not a chance remedy Its rood efect tn rcadily xpcrienced hy all expectant mothers who use It Years ago it passed the Wblla It always ifshortenSdelivery it is also o te greatest benefit durine c earlier months of pregnancy Morning sickness and nervousness lire readily overcome aud tne liniment relaxes the strained muscles permitting them to without causin distress Mother Fnend great recuperative power to the motherand her recovery sure and rapid Danger from rising and swelled breasts is done nay with completely Sold tydrtcsl4 toe St a bottle TtE RRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATUtNTA OA ZvAlata Ms fl1utetk In cifncUM Hhii iL AISQWIEII EweE IMakesthe food more delicious and wholesomeIbrat awM powoja votne POETIC PHILOSOPHY Some one has saul that poetry and romance find no nfllnites in life insurance The statement is questionable Below we give n bit of poetry contain ins the rhymed philosopy of success in securing basin ess The linea are clipped from the prudential Weekly Record and forcefully show that the man who wins is the man who works Tho man who wins la the man who does The man who makes things hum and buzz The man who works and the man who acts Who builds on a basis of solid facts Who doaent sit down to mope and dream But bumps ahead with the force of steam Who hasnt the time to fuss and fret But gets there every time jou bet The man who loses Is the man who talks Who fumbles and foozles with trifles and balks Who wouldnt do anything today That be can put off in the same old way Whos down on his luck and curses his fate And tries to catch fishes without any bait Who goes through life with a frown on his face Convinced that world Is a mighty poor place The man who wins is the man who wean A smile to coverhis burden of cares Who knows that the sun will shine again That the clouds will passand we need the rainsWho buckles down to a pile of work And never gives up and never will shirk Till the task is done and the toil made sweet While the temples throb with the red bloods heat The man who loses Is the maa who moans That the way 1 rough and he dreads the stones Who is looking for something sof to dolWhere the pay in big and the hours Who dreams of this and dreams of that Bat never jails in and throws oft his bat Who fears the feel of a drop of sweat And never gets anywhereyou bet The man who wins is the man who climbs he ladder of life to the cherry chimes Of tha bells of labor the bells of toll nd isnt afraid that his skin will spoil If he faces the shine of the glaring sun nt works in the light till his task is done A hnman engine with triple beamGAnd a hundred and fifty Robbed the Grave A startling Incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by himns follows I was In it most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in ack and sides no appetite gradually rowing weaker day by day Three physicians hind given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bit ters and to my great joy anSI surprise the first bottle made a decided improve ment I continued their USQ for three weeks and am now a well man I know saved my life and robbed tile grave of another victim Noonetthould fail to try them Only 50 cents per hotn Ie at Perry Thomas Drug Store Sue cessors to W G White 5 Mn W W COMBS Democratic candidate for reelection to the lower house of the next legislature will receive ilie- upport of all Democrats who want to see a Democrat succeed Mr Lindsay In the U S Senate The Louisville Dispatch is in perfect accord with us on this question and we have only to repeat its language and commend it to Democrats ot all sects und complexions The mpatdl says inKentuckythe election of a Chicago platform Dem ocrat to tile United States senate The Chicago platform Democrat who wants to promote the principles of his party who wants to advance the cause ot Democracy in the nation and strengthen the hands of Mr Bryan for the great fight of next year will endeavor to secure the election of the logislatoremay be sent to the United States lien ateIn order to aid in this good work it is the plain duty ofall Democrats to support Mr Combs A KriglitrulBlnniler Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklena Arni ca Salvo the test in the world will kill the paui and promptly hell It Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Bulls Felon Corns all skin eruptions Bent Pile cure on earth Only 26 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Why Should Turkeys be Low There is apparently an effort beinj made by turkey buyers thronuhout Kentucky to create an Impression by means of newspaper articles that turkeys ought to and will be very low in price this year We would like to know the facts In the case why it is said that turkeys this year Instead of bringing 9M cents will fetch only 6 cents delivered The throat is made that if tile producers do not fell at illa low figure they will have to hold them That looks like a cold bluff and a concerted action on the part of the raisers will bring about a better condition for themselves in this matter and all others Now is the time to be gut Hold your turkeys To urea Cold U Inc Pay Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablet All druggists refund the money if it Jails to cure 25c E W Groves sig nature Is on each box octlijCm Now that Charlie Bronstou has fired off the speech lie says has been growing in his iuarda for nigh opto two years those timoroui people who feared he would set the world a tire and bring about a universal ionflagration can KO about their business without further fears The discharge of Mr Bronatoud gun was more deadly at the htrcch than at the muzzle and killed Chancy J too dead to skin Glasgow News rite Plow Boy Preacher Rev J KirKinan Belle llive lllinous soya After Biifittriitg Irom Bronchial or lung trouble for ten I was cured by One MinUte Cough Cure It is all that is claimed for it ansi more Cures coughs colds grippe and a troubleiPcrrYllu1Cbomus Thd little child of Elmer Adam of McLean county fell into a tuberunit woo drowncJ The motb r of tIll child had filled iho tub and left the cliild near it WhcBHftho re ti1riiodIabou ten inlnutee tjie child waiti j 0u1 1c r BAKING Fowpfit Election Officers Appointedt The County Election CoronilMioners Jno B Clieuault Josiah P Simmons Democrats and Waller Bennett Re publican yesterday selected the follow ing election officers to serve for one year Court House No Judge James Dykes D judge Henry Ilorgis R sheriff T T Covington clerk Will H Smith U City Hall No 2 Judge Sam Ken nedy I judge Wilkes Baxter R sheriff Dave Powere D clerk Everett Witt Itf3 Judge D M Chenault judge G B Turley R sheriff Dave leis D clerk Reid Cornellson R Chenault No 4 Judge Evan Dozier D judge Win Hall ItIIherllf Frank Turner D clerk Newland Jones R White Hall 5 Judge Alex Black D judge G R Carpenter R sheriff John Shearer D clerk A B Hamp ton R McCreary No GJudgo James Mc Kinney D judge Josiah Gentry heriff Jas Noland D clerk W J Risk Tipton No 7 Judge Jno L Grim Dj judge Frank Edwards R sheriff Howard Hill D clerk Gco W Webber R Knvanaugh No 8Judge Siil No land D judge Jas Bybee R sheriff KobU Doty D clerk CC Norris It Waco No 9 Judge Win Benton D judge N C Bonny R sheriff Wm Terrill D clerk M T Bybee R Kingston No 10 Judge Brack Maupin D judge Jeorge Todd R sheriff Wm Bates D clerk C F Parks R Doarwallowv No 12 Judge Wm ooch D judge Shelton Lane Itisheriff James Combs D clerk F Jones UIDiincannon No 12 Judge John Lackey judge Wm English sheriff H Clay Jones D clerk Harry Allen R Blue Lick No 13 Judge EpisfiMitchell D judge E L Robinson sheriff John Johnson D clerk T J Osborn R Uerea No 14Judge Clay Maupin D judge Alex Moore R Bharilf John- S Cads D clerk T R Robinson liurnam No 15 Judge Slim Camp bell Djjudgf Wiu Vest R sheriff John Billiard Dj clerk Millard David son It- Tevis No 1G Judge S A D Jones D judge Robert Long R sheriff B F levis H clerk B F Cotton R Crutcher No 17 Judge IJ Curtis D judge John Murphy R sheriff T J Douglas Dpclerk M B Arbiukle D Poosey No iS Judge Moss Snyder D judge Sam Carpenter R sherfff G W Warner D clerk Jno Heudren R Newhy No 19 Judge It John Ileuthinan D judge Ben Tudor R Bheriff Wm II Tudor D clerk Robt Tudor Itl- JImerstafr No 20Judge Harmon Kanazer D judge 1oley Howard R slierilf Harvey Kanatzer D clerk Win Tudor R It did me more good than anything I ever used My dyspepsia was of moiths standing after eating it was terrible Now I am well writes S B Keener IIiiin ton Kansas of Ko dilJlyspepsIa Cur It digests what you eat Perry Thomas LITERARY NOTES The month of meteors is November and tho approaching display is expected to be unusual All this is get forth in The November Meteors by Profea nor O A Young of princeton in the current New Lippincot- t0ieof Maurice Francis ElC8ns rare and benntlful genets Our Mother the Sea appears in the New Llppiu colt for Nnvember PUTNAM FADELESS DYESDO NOT STAIN THE HANDS OR SPOT THE KETTLE Sold by C L Searcy Waco Ky Thomas AdamsPanola Ky o25lm A 32000 bet wiw made in Lexington Tut day that Brown would not receive 4000 votes In the State- Extraordinary after The CLIMAX and tile Ohio Farmer weekly for 150 till January 1901 The best bargains ever offered in good reading The Ohio Farmer is clearly the leader of the agricultural press of America It is the farmeis paperpractl cal reliable anti entertaining Twenty pages weekly with liberal Illustrations and comple market reports from all the lending market centers No farmers home is complete without it You ought to know more about this groat Agricultural paper It will pay you iu dollars and cents to read it a year Subscribe at once and get the full benefit of this great offer Sample copies ot both papers free Dont WIt Write us today tf A Maynville gentleman who attended the Louisville convention sayslio saw Col Bronston flop three times in twenty minutes during time exciting momenta of that convention VhenJ our boys i ere almost lend IIWI01ferod rapidly writes P B Belles Argyle P It cures coughs colds r p pc and all throat and lung troubles Perry Thomas The professional liar need not be out ofagoodpaylngjobif ho isanythinu ofa stumper Apply to L Norany of its emissaries Somerset Home Journal BankBrooklynLittle Early Risers in lib fatuity lou years Says they are the best 1htse onttipatolibiliousness troubles Ierry Thomas Every man abuses tIll fool doctrines others and ita1Ih1uItohItoi0 it u 0 THE VERDICT NEW DEMOCRATIC WEEKLY The Verdict published in New York is IIe Only Illustrated Democratic weekly in the United States It Is Democratic in every line It list the ourage of its convictions and has no fears about telling tho truth about platforms principles and men Its editorials from the pen of Alfred Henry Lewis are the frankest and freest ex pressions of a well rot1tJled belie in he principles of Democracy not only he principles of the founders of the party hut of those newer principles none the less vital because new to which the Democracy must anchor if it desires to lead the nation out of present depths of corruption and fawning upon wealth and trutits to a high and healthy plane of national life The Verdict advocates an income tax a graded inheritance tax the election of United States Senators by the people TIme suppression of tho corrupt power and trusts and concentrated wealth no private ownership of public franchises The Verdict consists of twenty pages weekly Four pages ate printed in five colors The Verdicts cartoons in color are tho most vigorous and Incisive pub Hulled Each week the Verdict issues II framable supplement printed on plate paper containing the portrait of a national celebrity printed in colors Aside from its powerful editorial pages the Verdict contains short stories and special articles of unusual merit Every Democrat ought to eee the Ver dict weekly It will make him prold of his party and will gird his metal lions for the great batik of 1900 A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR A Limited Special Offer Which Will Last For Ten Days Only Genuine Pomona diamonds have a worldwide reputation It id almost impossible todistingnish them from genuine diamonds costing hundreds of dollars each They are worn by the best people We will forward a genuine Pomona diamond mounted in a heavy ring pin or stud to any address upon receipt f prico 1 each Earrings screws or rops5 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- nya address upon receipt of 150 Send catalogue In ordering ring glye nger measurement by usinga piece o- firingalsoa full particulars Address plainly THE POMONA Co 1J811183 Broadway oct2o3t New York- PaintLick lIems- rEnterprIse I Dr J M Poyntz ot Richmond spent last Friday in this community Mr and Mrs Wailer Bennett of Richmond visited Mr and Mrs T S Burnatu last week Dr M E Jones and wife of Lnwronrebtlrpr came over Saturday to v isit relatives in our community Dr Hopper of Perryville sontf time noted evangelist Uncle Joe Hopper baa located at Kirksvillo to practice medicine Dr C H Vanght wife and son of Richmond passed through last Satur day on their way to Lancaster for a short visit to Mrs R E McUubcrts- MHJor J T JoiiPfl antI wife ofSilver Creek passed through here Saturday fur Danville Major Jones goes as a delegate from tho Kirksville Presby terian church to the Synod of the Southern Presbyterian church which menu in Dauvillo this week The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Alt sons decided to build at a cost of tOO 000 an annex to tho Masonic Widows and Orphans Home for the care ol i aged and infirm Masons qf t 1 1 1 1i lJlgIiEs OF SIm m A Book for Young and Old OUR RECORD jEstia78 j25O0OoE i MEU- t CURED CURE NERVOUS I BLOOD SKIN PRIVATE DISEASES 50OOOCURED YOUNG MAr1 lIne ioned against nature younor crll JffA hubitT When too lalo to avoid tho tc rible mulls wcro yoir eyes opened to your lerill iJid you Liter on in man DLOODH contrjfailurowilhpuGnnccounhfAnycnk y or ox JJ ceases Ilioc you been with ThislonklctwillpomtouttoII TlltArJIKXT r ill piitifly euro you It byIffi t cumAlYo trctt cml ciirolMlSSIONS flL5K1t 4A3 rllKT UitAIKR UNNATURAL DIS BLADDELIdicie 1CURES GUARANTEED 3 710 Vaei of fin sent free i enelnina stamp COYSIILTATIOY torQtmfTTnNi TREATMENT j1 DRS EEDY KERGAN J2 YJ FOURTH STREET Cttt WJATI oI lt g J 1 i tg- S OUTHERNRAILW Winter Tourist Tickets Now on sale via Southern Hallway ti 0 3OT a Cvtoa i int ItT SOVtl f tTTttOtt i+ ++ H+ Superior Schedules and Though Pullman Car Service The Only Line With Vestibule Trains Winter Tourist Tickets via this line permit stoppver at principal points of interest Good to return unlil May 31 1PO- OAelicville and Hot Spring North Carolina In Tile Laud of the Sky on lute Southern fly All principal Ticket Agents sell through tickets vii tho Southern Ry Valuable and interesting maps booklets and information mailed free to any addressJ Jr Northwestern Passr Agt ChlcsgoC215 Fourth ave Louisville Ky J MCulp W A Turk AgentWashingtonWra H Tayloe A Whedon Asst Gen Pans Agt P and T A Louisville Ky Louisville Ky norttf Rot Blast Peninsular ole Ktcr witk Tea Kettle Attachment +t+ +++++s+ + ++ SMOKE CONSUMING PArLOR FURNACE Air passes through registers In heavily guarded feed door Into perforated 41 JJIpseslnandeaFLOOR HEATER uPOERFUL tire pot and radlaor extends to outer easing forcing the intense heat from lower section of Stove down to the f1i floor where most HEAT ROOM UPSTAIRS By attaching pipe t Double Beater Collar and etl ending to register in floor above If not used In that way heat is distributed to alt parts of room and griddlee01c tInE CONTROLLED TO A jt 1C1relar Draft Regulators on Feed and Ah Rt floore are valve seated until absoluely air tight and Warranted to remain so They are 4flttcd on heavy quick acting screws fOrkIU in a detachable yoke and tiril opening screw n not out preventlngjbrcataigi In ua i +f CaIIatLSeCABUUAIIDWAUEIIOUSEof 1OUa Sx Statvmoxvs w Who will He glad to show you this store as yell nit a full line ot other hcntdera andcoekstore grates etc enoh11yW enJ X L FURNITURE y Rest Sweet V arid Peaceful 11 I thehandsomesttmand and will have them on special sale for 0the next few weeks at prices ranging from to 40 New fresh attractive designs 4 jand patterns 4 t Hi 0handsomelanche of beautywhich are beingoHered at prices joint Window 11 Shades Among my har- vestof furniture fancies there is nohne more com plete than our beautiful display of Window Shades Every 1stsle every color and every price Call and the handsomest line of furniture to 4be found in Central Kentucky 0 I S NEVILLE MOBERLEVIti 220222 W Main Street j j ri DAY PHONE 23 RICHMOND KY f1 4 NiQHT PHONE 23 jho othr M11 Invctmct Co OF LEXINGTON KV J u 186000 PAID INLIVING BENEFITS 17d7546O RESERVE JLWD SURPLUS iHIki toseollilfi rnmi 4jjpaniesLargest profits consistent with safety and conservatism l Every precaution for the protection of the investor For particulars apply to 2 H SMITH BOWTVm 1 SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY I l l MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky iI IiJ Another Turnbi of our wheel makes another v = im pEilE3 Screws Nails and Tools j is because we are making a special M 1Eji sale of that class of rmds anl9trer LIL standard sizes and qualities at less than stalidard rates u LSec us nud get prices orr roofiug and guttering ilVlD BUCKLEY i ITAYLORBROS f= It J I R it 1 tIii I 1Th y u u i RICE WI i ARNOLD I f SELL STACY ADAMS COS 4 Mens Pine Shoes tet Enamel Patent Leather Yici Kid Box Calf Russia and Willow Calf in black and all thenew colors The newest shapes The Queen Quality 300 Shoes for women are the latestrrj G WTe have them in all the latest styles Dont fail to see our line of82q00 250 S300 and 350hue ot Shoes for men and women We have them in Patent Leather Dress Black Yici Kid Tan Russia and Black Box Calf Enamel and Willow Calf We have a complete line of Buelis4o llockers Bootees for men OUI stock of Shoes for men women and children is complete in all O 1111 alwaysshow jev 11 eRICE Q ARNOLD SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE r rr rrLYING IS NOT ESSENTIAL TO- o SUCCESS Lying may bring temporary prosperity but cannot I give permanent success A reputation for truth telling combined with merit is the best and most lasting We tell you that the fabrics in our C j Suits and AT OvercoatsAte we know it is the I TRUTH having submitted the fabrics V jtoa chemical test We tell you ma are positive that our Suits and Overcoats will j give absuluto satisfaction because they are of the VITALS PerfectiF hacIj g they will keep their shape and givo perfect and lasting satisfaction Those aro the principles on which wo do business x Covington Mitchell S ordothelsIIIH inI10 lI Digsslos Cure Dyspepsia no matter what else has failed 25 cents at druggists A new womans club is to bo started in London to which no one under six feet in height will be admitted ffJ LA DIE8 IIIIrv i I1W ME tIf JL sf 1IJ cLCtions We1 Ifaveliot the time to describe each article butcan safely say that we t have a f= Stock of Wraps= to suit every one and our PRICES are andItr with us We Ire ffetInpno selecthneQof Jackets at prIces I You wi I1ndijnthis lot a complete assortment itf of colors modled after patterns of recent cut and made of materials that ve can re 4commend for durable wear in fact such khS goodsaswll please andattract the eye as1lt well as give entire satisfaction in price f11You must see these before you have made 1 2your mind to purchase a wrap I r See our Tailormade Suits for Ladies if you 11 V think of buying as it will pay you LADIES GENTS liD CHILDRENS HOSIERY C The valu631n this Beparntaal cam not be jI resisted TRY US GENTS FURNISHINGS AMD A SPECIALTY e LADIES DRESS GOODS If in want of 1IILtf Eicall and see us we cansave you man Y f411ieCJfUllll LEjI E V ELDER 11AOENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS u The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NQV 1891 Dr llobson Dentist Vote for Coy forCounty Judge vote for Combs for Representative Stamp under the Rooster and quit LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER TODAY opernhouseGood laundry soap 1 cent a cake at the Blue Grass Grocery It fromIndiaCongressman Johnson of Illinois at the Court House Thursday night CourtHouse0 what killing frost will Jail next Tuesday It will be 35000 Democratic Mr F M Gibson has move family to Mill Grove near Silver Creek to the Will Powers place marriagelastMiss Lucy Ledford of Paint Lick Mr J W Lanter is erecting a nice residence on Race Street and will remove thereto Just after November elec tion opticianGlyndontoday November for one day only Pleasant Pawley is showing the hide ofa fourfoot rattlesnake which he killed in Rockcastle It had thirteen rattles and n buttonlIt is with narrow souled people as with narrow necked bottles the less they have in them the more noise they make in pouring it out Vote for Coy for County Judge An overcoat or suit ofwinter clothes for S8 is cheaper than a doctors bill Seo Covington Mitchells ad and run up there and purchase Dr Nortlicut says there is not amongRepublicansof heart failure Valley View Argent We have some special prices on vehicles for the next 20 days Also 1 McSherry wheat dril at a bargain tf HIGGINS Luxo Remember the prize drawing Sat turday evening at the Blue Grass Grocery livery person who spends 25 cents in our store is iutitleU to a ticket to this arawing It Four hundred pure bred pnlletslorThey will cost you Si each after Dec Eggs 15 for 50 cents MBS II II CoLYE- It6ept20tf Richmond Ky The salt trust has formed and advanced salt 80 to 60 cents a barrel but as we are not in the trust and do not buy from any trusr we are prepared to tarnish yottsaltat low figure Get our priceS before you buy ItBLUE jitASS GBOCERY Co CountyJudge Announcement We are authorized to announce Z T- Rice a candidate for reelection for mem CityhiattGood Price for Calllt Covlngton5i21350 pound cattle last Wednesdav In the bunch were some twoyearolds Cloak Opening White 4 Gibson will havo their an nat Cloak opening on Friday and Saturday November 3 and 4 Now is your chance to get what you want ataIlow price Our Band at Lebanon TheRichmond band played atLeba non yesterday at tbe Goebel speaking Our land is one of the beeUn the State anlCAllziLlion intact Mr Adkffls Appointed Mr T C Adams editor of thePanl3 graph has been appointed storekeeper ganger by Collector und will shortly besn work This will probably not conflict with his duties on the Pantagraph To the Asylum Mrs Davis of the Berea neighborhood who was recently adjudged of unsound mind was taken to the Eastern Kentucky Aayluknat Lex ington by Deputy Sheriff P B Broad dus last Tuesday The Ross Sale The S P Ross sale a8t Saturday re sulted Horses 10 to O liege 350 to 378 30 sheep S875 Lead milch cows 20 to J8 yearling cattle 18 to 25 aged mules 535 to SO hay 10 to 14 per stack farm impliments sold well Capt Ferrill auctioneers Strayed ir Stolen From my premises on Lancaster avenue last county court pay a white and lemonspotted female setter Jhe property of Sam Ross A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to the undersigned novllt DAN M CHENAULT Fer School Trustee ThylorUiceto the Board of Education from the City Hall Precinct Mr Rice has uprie a tine official Election nexlTuesday Jgtutin M4 Krenstoo to cMere rt WBrrew Sight The Richmond Democratic Club baa sapurcd Conure sman C Porter John eon of Chicago Illinois and Hon Waller 8 JBroaston ol Lexingtout a address the public at tbe court bouse EvybodflUlted YtIIlC Mi Cftr Itfrv seatse g 7 f 1 Vote for Coy for County Judge We have some special prices on vehicles for the next SO days Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain tf HIGGINS LuiOX Special Rates lo Richmond Vs theDnuJtluersmood Va the Chesapeake Ohio will onNovewber 11Foror apply to U W Barney Div Pass Agent Lexington KysA Still Hunt The Valley View Arguslte inflicts his readers with this punishment Gbnutproperwabusiness fora number of rears Still voices echo that he will still lack votes and that lie can keep right on in his still business after November 7v Coal Burns Up The coal you bought last year is about gone Go at once and replenish sellingthetucky Coal at 12 cents delivered or 11 cents on the yard Now Is the time to order while it is dry and light weightt you get no rainsoaked coal if WarehouseMain street oct2S4tsI Blizzard in MontanauMr and Mrs Will H Taylor nee Miss Mary McCord have lately return ed from Great Falls Montana where nine men perished In a recent blizzard Five bodies have been recovered and t is probable that this is not half the ist The last body found was that of sheephadpart of his boots Several bands of tfheep without herders have been wan dering in that country and points to un known deaths As lo Gen Clays Namesake There is in old Gen Cassius Clays devotion to the child who was once his wife Since the birth of a son by her second marriage he has been tosee her and asks that the little one be named for him and if rumor be true he expects to be a godfathei to the child if it should live If some of the forgiveness he extends to the girl who repaid his kindness with ingratitude could be shared by his own children the empty rooms itt White lIall would not now be so sllentt nor tho gray haired master so lonely and unloved in his old age Hurrods burg Democrat Said of the Lale Miss ArnoldbThe Anderson News a lengthy notice of the death of Miss Alice hIroiiibhereamong the patrons and the public in general Since that time she has fre quently visited here having spent some time this summer with Misses Rachel and Jennie Lillard During recent years she has held a position with tire Richmond Graded School and was re garded as a most proficient teacherLShe was Woman of many traits character She hud been luqo childhood a member of the Christian church A Long Procession Eighty vehicles were in tho nneral- processlon of disa Alice Arnold lust the line reaching from the Hotel Glyndon to the grave Besides there were hundreds of people who walked to the cemetery and witnessed the interinentswellingtbo concourse to proportionsThe High School and the faculty were present and each taulthtbJlaid it upon her grave The other floral offering were numerous and very elab depositedtheview and for several feet on either ttldo of the grave the tributes from loving friends carpeted the earth with flowing Crushed His Skull Wllh a Rock Two negro track workmen on the L fightJnstlhnlSdaya place the size of your hand in Bob DuI S S skull was crushed in a liar Tiblc sight His opponent Chits Wal lace escaped with light blows on the InjuretlnutiJSforehead in as if by a crowbar so terrific was the blow from the rock hurled at his head Drs Gibson Gibeon and Frezee dressed the wound removed pieces of the frontal bone and took two dozen stitches in the flesh Although Dun sons brain and eye were injured and blood flowed copiously he received surgical attention in time to warrant tin belle that he will recover Wallace was jailed to await the result of Dun sous injuries before having his trial Teachers Association Following Is the program of tin County Teachers Association forEllin ton Magisterial district to be held at Flat Woods near Wac 011 Saturday November 4 r 980 a in Devotional exercises Address of Welcomelease Vob- bRestOnsHofl W W Combs- Essentials of a good school relation of parents to teachers pupils and schoolE P Benton J Van Win Ida MIsses Kate Tribble and Rebecca Edwards BASKET DINNER LlbrnrySuptJ IJ harris- 1eclarnationMlss Mattie Bush How much Seat Work should a pupil ba required to doH H Brock an Edward- s1eclatnathonMiss Becsio Grinetead JovernedbyMcQuffey Prof J DClark J H Chandler and J D Wilson Debates Should the law prohibiting a contract for a school to be made tic i TOLowrytNelJess i PaperMrs WHillenProper promotion in Reading E P BeateBf J B Harris J 1L Cbandlor La tiage How to teach It Misses Is Lvklns and Lena Stivers DeclaBi toa Mta MadgeCWUsoa Oration 00 Crooks I PT0N OIj VI JtfHlBt jj I Vote for Combs for Repre sentative New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry A Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful lino ot wall papers and have Mr W L l1anganddecoratepurees No trouble to show goods aug23tf An Unusual Case negrojockeyof concentrated lye thinkinir it was whisky lies at his mothers home on urmun Hill a mere skeleton His- tomach and throat were almost totally destroyea by the lye and food cuuld not be swallowed It was a slow death and ar horrible one at that Last Monday week lira Gibson ibson and Frazee performed an- peration upon the boy whereby food- si convoyed to his stomach through a f rubber pipe that enters the stomach above the navel We wit n eased the spectacle on Wednesday pouredthroughstomach This is repeated thrice tpasseshroughing to the stomach is entirely closed by a stricture As the lads condition is improving under the treatment it- si hoped by the physicians that ere- 101lth6 stricture will be reduced so hat he may take food in the usual manner and his recovery thereby as sured boystomachical operation that it was shriveled p to the size of a walnut It was punctured and the rubber pipe inserted and when the milk was introduced a t exVandedlowlysatisfaction from the artificial method o f nourishing lie is now rapidly im roving Vote for Combs for Repre sentative Your LiverWill be roused to Its natural duties and your biliousness headache and constipation be cured If you take Hoods PillsHold by alt druggists 25 cents Field rats are esteemed as a table delicacy in Cuba Used by Britbh Soldiers In Africa Capt C Q Dennison is well known allover Africa as commander ol the forces that captured the famous rebel Galishe date of November 4 1SP7 from Vryburc Bechuanaland he writes Before starting on the last- anipnip I bought a quantity of Cham and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint and ad given to my men and In every cue proved most beneficial For sale y Perry A Thomas noviIm Sometimes it isnt a mans fault tbatI he has no money It may be all due to other people A man talks about owning h busincfE But as a matter of fact his business regulatedbvtime at which he rises his breakfast hour the time given to meals are all determined by business obligations He rushes through lunch because he cant spare the time from business to eat leisurely He wont take a rest he cause he is needed at the store or office He is in fact an absolute slave to bust ness The results which follow this slavery are to be seen on every hand Men dyspeptic irritable nervous withdraw faces and hollow eyes sit at the desk or stand behind the counter until they ml lapse in a fit of sickness or are taken away bv heart failure Those CbusinessGolden Medical Discovery It strength ens the stomath increases the Action of the bloodmaking glandsincreaBing the vitality and physical vigor men strong and prevents those bUsi- ness break downs which so often ter minate fatally The gold output of Australia for the present year is estimated at f 10000000 in excess of the output in 1805t fiinsleepless nights general debility head ache and general want of tone of the system use Heroine YOU will eeL re lief and finally a cure Price 50 cents Perry Thomas novllm A successful exhibition of the works of Rodin the famous French sculptor has just been closed in Brnfisells Bad Slool Curo Freo Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cerofthe NoseEye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B DB Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Persistent Sorest Blood and Skin Blem ishes Siofula that resist other treat merits are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching BrtSema Scales Blisters RedorBrown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood anti hence easily cured by R B B Blood Poison literally driven front the system by B B B Botanic Blood Balm in one to five months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison Ono bot tie test it in any case For sale bj druegists everywhere Large bottles six for5 Send for a free sample bottle which will be sent by return sympiwill be given Address Blood Balm Co 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga uly28lyr Some men ore kept so busy counting the cost that they never have time to buy It will not be a surprise to any who qtmlitiesto know that people everywhere take experienceInarid in telling of the beAeat they have received from it of bd colds it hiss cured of threatened attacks of pneu tnonia it has averted amI of the chil dren It has saved froiM attacks of oronp randlsoOOOll1I14novllm a o I q INDUCEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY AT THE Busy Bee Cash Store eyt 0 0 500 1emo L The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and fortheEnglandGermanyNever before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an showingShelvesand groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them Not a single item in this great store in this enormous stock of goods nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central will be shown to a custo mers this fall that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN DRESS GOODS We are very fastidious about our Dress Materials they must be of the most exclusive s in the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste We are offering a line ol beautiful all wool mixtures double width antI pretty and stylish for 10c per yd worth 39 Wo arc showing the handsomest line of Crenons in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd up tbe fine imported weave that go out freely at ydWo a complnte line of Venetians liroadcloths anti all weaves adapted to tailormad suitings Our prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to he Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get the latest bargains out BOOTS AND SHOES The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced ns to use our knife in this department and wo have cut to the heart in every line We never had a more complete stock of Children School Sb6es 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 lug them out in Bags Carts antI Wag one 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 300 shoe for ladies in the market Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes CLOAKS AND WRAPS We have one ontire room in our great store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap Department All the Eastern and be United opal mines have been of men and women suffer from piles women with fe male have this to In to their p Pile wilt effect n cure Pree 10 cents in bottles tubes 75cts No dear do not write on sta Infant is ful die before they reach one year before tliey are five and before they are fifteen The use of ream would save a major y of these lives Price 25c Perry lc Berry the ter has retired after 53 years of service With means the tion of waste matter that should be dis daily antI this is done he foul matter is and noisons he Use to bring about of the bowels Price qe Perry I Cities have been culled by leftIanti not a stone has been to make this the Banner of our store All the new Jackets Golf Capes Jackets c that are in favor this season we everybodyLined Jacket or Cape from us at the same price a cheap ono would cost you Dont fail to visit our Cloak Department look it see many new things you want to buy or not Polilo and will wait on you All Goods are being up with the of profit lost sight of You can save money on each and every item pur chased in this Good Calicoes that make nice antI aro only 3 c per yd All best and prints at lower prices than else sells themGood Canton Flannel 5c GoodQunhity Cloth in light and dark shades 5c KradeFlannelettes ydGood 5c better 7Jc per yd Rod heavy twilled loc per yd lIotJledFlannelsper yd ydGood per yd Best Bed 10 and 12o per yd pronGlnJhaUiper ydOur are priCesinwagons and load them up they wont be as low again this season CLOTHING Department barralnYOll pricesbefore Department competitionWhile upLadies Underskirts extend a cordial invitation Great Bargain Mart The market affords prices everyone Bring wagons goods leave jiprices naming buggy wont hold 4 W D OLDIIAM COMPANYIiiRICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWNp i exhausted Thousands especially weakness suffering contend addition other- ains Tiblers Burkoyo Ointment quickly novllm blackmailers always heavily bordered tionery mortality something fright Nearly oneqUarter onethird onehalf Whites Vermifuge pricious Thomas George English bandmas military bands- Constipation accumula charged absorbed system Herblne regularity Thomas Western unturned partment Childrens elsewhere through whether salesmen salesladies Domestic wrapped margin entirely Department dresses Indigoes Simpson anybody Outing Percales Ticking Cottons If you have sore throat soreness across the or side or your lungs feel or or you are ened with diphtheria or pneumonia apply Ballards Liniment exter and use Coussons of Tar lerry President of Venezuela forced to Chamberlains 1ain Balm Not You My has been Chamber lains Pain with resultsfor a lame that has her continually fur nine years We have tried all of medicines and doctors receiving benefit from of One day we saw an adver of this and thought of trying it we with best satisfaction She used one bottle and her is almost well L Millett Manchester N H For Kile Perry 1m The odor olcarahior and balls pro claims the advent of last years clothes For cuts bruises lacerations or injuries of any description Ballards Liniment is a sovereign remedy promptlyties frequently surprise Price 25 and SOc Perry A 1m ouR is thin talk of ontiro county We are good suits for men at 2 48 heavy Cassi mere Pants 75c a pair Our lino of Childrens Pant Suits is very complete We are showing all tim new things in favor this season Our Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats are high on our coun ing line that we dont handle from We are showing an Line of Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs c in our Carpet goods are new fall importations no old carried over goods Our pricegjn this to see our Oilshades and Lace Cur tains we have a choice for this fall season We havo the best line of Ladies Childrens and Mens Under wear that will bo shown you this sea son Our Ladies Union Suits at JJflc each are 50c Childrens Extra Bibbed and Pants iioe each We aro agents for The American Lady Corset The biwt and most stylish corset used Corset warranted Get our prices on Trunks Valises Hats and Caps Umbrellas Ladies Ladies Dress Ac- we will save you money and show you the best line city v We to one and all to visit this best the east and west to had here at the of your as you will buy so many when you the low we are that your them I MT States with Perry Thomas Maud timely novllm unless novllm huyers comforts brands Flannel back sore tender threat Snow nally Honey Thomas novlltn Aridrade Cares Others Why wife using Balm good shoulder pained kinds without any any them tisement medicine which did the has only shoulder Adolph by Thomas tar burns Snow cieate the selling Mens good Knee piled mountain the Elegant Carpets These selection selected worth Vests Mens Heavy Vests fouling Every Skirts both reach abdicate Thomas Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting fuel nIJayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ascs have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Catlys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vennifugo They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 ents per package In Chicago 23000 dog licenses have been issued for this year and 7000 or 8000 more expected to be taken put Attack of Typhoid Fever Louisville Ky Oct 18 180J Henry Bossmeyer 1228 Rowan street this city states that his sister had typhoid fever and lingered between life and death She got over it at last but it left a weakness of the heart and her whole system was weak She began taking Hoods Sarsaparilla however and nOw she is strong and healthy able tojp her housework TO BE HAPPY ti Is be free from colds and damp feet The only preventative is wear a pail of tile tt iBgaeli 2t flncker Botes0000000 i WB BTh min all1hc ei iL b i What Would You live To be cured of catarrh Jf you or your friends have this dletnso you know bow disagreeable it is Its symptious are inflamed eyes hrobbing pheadachesconstant discharge of mucus Fortun j ately its cure is not a question of what you will give but what you will take If you will take Hoods Sarsaparilla the great constitutional remedy which t thoroughly purl flea enriches and vitaliizes the blood you may expect to lo1tcompletely anti permanently cured which Hoods Sarsapa rilla makes reaching the deligate pus J sages of the mucous meuibranesootlio 4 and rebuilds the tissues and ultimately 4 cures all syrnptlons of catarrh 1m The largest drop hammer in the world is the property of the Bethlehem Iron combany 7 An Important Difference Ii To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves ill that they art not afflicted with any disease but that ii the system simply needs cleaning id to tj bring comfort home to their hearts as- a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs Manufactured the California Fig Syrup Co only and sold by all druggists x e I tlT 11t 001I MADE BY 1 rHE MANSSI- II SHOE MFG Co w w w w w wr We are the authorized agents for these TWO fe OOTEES backed by the Manufactory any other 1 teents are fraudulent and backed by nothing Gt1 RRIPUTf rftUUUbLAo in 2O7 WST m AtN STftCJET I II I tu e- J iiI 14 1LIJ 81 Cj iJ = US iiI 1j1 I 1Is I fTheRichmond Climax C CUENAULTProprletor- i D MILLER Business Manager IJE WOODS Editor h 1L WEDNESDAY NOV 1 19tP- UUL1SHJWZYRYWJUJNMDATBY Tho Climax Printing Co n 1MUCK IMCU YKAU 15O liON JASIKS R SloCiiKAitv ppoak on Saturday t AtigiiKbi TUT your X und r the roosior and quit tlat means the election of Combs nndoy TUK hest upetch of this campaijni ilo livured here ItryanV not exccpteil wat that of Hon Kwin E Settle of Owen ton last Thursday DRMOOHAOY ctands fur the rule of tho pooplo imd those believing aX rordin ly will support Win Combs for the Legislature Do ou want to contribute to the- electloil of a Republican successor to Win Lindsey in the United Statn Sen ato If so vote against Combs Do you favor Legislation In the in terest of the masses or Legislation controlled by and solely in the interests of corporations trusts and monopolies Thou vote for Conns Gov GOKIIKI will take his seat as provided by law on December 12 Oripps IJeckham Ho Ureckinridge and other State officers will not go in uutil the first Momlay in January TUB Republican speakers who are idvislng to wade in blood to their bridle bits if Democratic election ofikers do not tote fair could be run omit of the State with a squirt Hiin Stanford Journal As SBWitBSPKCTaUiuo compelled Guy liraHe to take the stump the same motive should induce John Young Brown to defend his administration Instead of loin this ho Is engaged in the highly proper occupation of digging his own political grave Aud there are others A WKKii known Republican foels a inuviiiof liwiiiards to the effect thai If time Taylor vote is thrown out there win be such a revolution as this country has not seen since Cl This is im portant if true But where will he lie what mout he his postolllce address oudurin the revolution ThERE is one HIHU in ihe Umteil status who lies a perfect riht to t1Y I told you so It is Mr Enloe tho late brilliant editor of the Louisville lila patch who lesigued his position be causa as he then mud the Dispatch has passed into the hands of a corpora tionthe L N It It IK you would stand by the people time burden bearers and wealth produc ers it naturally follows that you will support that party and its candidates pledged to measures calculated to im provo the condition of the masses in stead of further enriching the favored fuv Therefore vote fr Combs A OKNTIKJIAN of unquestioned in togrity aiiU sound jud mont lulls the CijiMAv postivtly that the Democrats in time inonntains will vote to a luau al iiumt for the straight ticket The Re ptihlican uiHJtrities up Ihere will show a tltCTltl due to ilirgast with methods tttnployud hy I lii lsonloreiu ma chiiiu to ennui ut John D While POUTIIKKN IIUMI cearchmi for tin truth nf liiMnry hiv Inarnel hives- tigatiu that ion Kbiit K Leolh prwnt Coal lrute y iiHral freol all his vlavfts long brfoiti ihe Civil War cum liihiiowil white On U iraiit thr greatest of Ktilfiil gmnrals hat his nesrocs heed by Alualiani fLiiicohii emiincipatioii proflimtt ion JohN YOUNO IJHOUK was born in 183 Graduated in 1855 Was elec ed to Uonaress the firt time in 1859 Was again elected in 1SG7 In 1858 his claim was rejected Was again elected in 1870 Was alerted Governor in 1891 BulLish tho Democratic Iarty in ISiK Will die KihliiallyNovnrmbor 7 18JJ ngod Hixtyfour ytais Iadncah Lead tr- Tins is thin way the CourierJournal talks and the way it votes this year If 6 it will keep up this gait it may gain i limit high cbtatu from which like I icifor it was hurled in 95 simply for itoiriNa Speaking of time ticket headwl hy M r Goehol the CJ of Sat unlay last says Wo prottml at once to sV that we support it because It is time only possi die thiiiK iii sight that smells of De tllUluaew as iiraiiist the one tiling in ihllliat smells all over Republican with a sickening odor of railroad grease In boot aud that organization and iliiics aside it IK matin up of clean iHI ntle honest Kfiilnckiana and gen tleman who are worthy the confidence of ho people CJtaerCo LEXINGTON KY IARE For that Wall Papernow thoplacetobuyit BECAUSE Our stock comprises every new Coloring and Design hat tn be found 111 or liny other mar leet- BECAUSE Our variety is unlimited and ouiv styles exclusive BECAUSE Our workmen arc the best in1 Cujjtral Kentucky and their work is guaran teed by us BECAUSE 1 Our prices are reasona ble nnd for the class of work done and the quality of Paper furnished reput1litol =Seeusfor Frescoiif and tJfilth1l EllBrowerLOJ MiuN ANDy BROADWAY 7 LEXINGTAN 1Y jGj 117 CHENAULTS REPLY TO BENNETT To the Editor of Climax and to the Public Mn EDITOR In the Register of Oriober 27jh there appears an article by Mr Waller Bennett pretending to give a true accrmntof the meeting uf the Board of Election Commissioners of Mudisoii county to appoint Election officers in the seventeen precincts outside of Richmond and at the same time casting some reflection though not severe ho says upon the Democratic riiembere of that Board of whoin lam one for this latter canss I make reply III the first place he attempts to excuse himself for being on the Board although ho wnsjecom mended by time Republicans of Madison couiity uiul yet I am srirH had the Stat Board known of his utter ignorance of hU own party and of his willingness to do the bidding of ita putty politicians clmy never would have appointed him In time next place he expresses his utter detestation of the Goebel Election Law no one doubts that and imo almost goes into spasms over fairly administering a very unfur law this is not what he NViints but rather iiufuirly adlllillist ring u very fair law The manner uf notice hour of meeting aid members present is correct as he states but the single instance and manner of tn point- Ing officers in Chenault precinct No4 does not suffice though he tails the truth but not the whole truth Time Democratic officers worn appointed as he states When the name of the Republican judge was presented he named Mr B J Clay and I named Mr William flail Istated my objections to Mr and my high personal regard for him and at his requeat I willnot go into this case except to say that I asked Mr Bmiuett if Mr Hall was not a gpotl Republican and if he would not stand for ins rights lie said yes that was the trouble Mr Hall was too mean a Itepublican and he feared that Mr Jones would not serve with him as Clerk Does any man believe this to be a valid Republican objection Mr Simmons agreed with me and Mr Hall was We passed to White ITcH No5 Messrs Carpenter and Hamp ton Republicans were named without objection for I think they were both ou his list Then to McCreary No6 Messrs Gentry and Risk without objection lipton No7 lie OljOCtCd to Frank Edwards and Geo W Webber Republicans They were and I have no apology to make to any party so far as I was instrumental in their appointment No objections to Waco No8 and KavanatighNo 9 No 10 He objected to Mr Geo Republican judge Mr Todd was appointed and I have no apology to make to any man or any party for his appointment for I know him to be a a reputable citizen and fully to take cure of his side of the question in any emergency Bearwallow precinct No 11 Ahl here is where he saw the ghost I proposed Mr Shelton Lane an ExRepublican magistrate from that district elected in 1894 in one of the hardest fought political contests over known in that district Mr Lane whommored with that election and be it said now if it must be said by Democrats that he served his term out and discharged the duties of his office faithfully and was an honorable reputable citizen at the expiration of his term and is todayMr Bennetts insinuation to the contrary notwithstanding Tis not fairness that Mr Bennett and his party is hunting now r they could not object to Mr Lane Bluffers bulldozers and Deboeshootera is what he wanted ad what he didnt get and I have no apology to make for this appointment Duncannon No 12 William English Republican judge Mr Bennett wanted to know Who is Bill English Dont know him I do and he it a Republican and a gentleman Blue Lick E L Robinson Republican judge Berea No 14 Alex Moore exRepublican Magistrate In his objection to these last named two Republican judges he especially shows his ignorance and no especial care for fairness but wanted political bosses and not Messrs Robinson and Moore for They had not put them on his list I believe that Mr Bennett stated that he did not know all the men on his list except by reputation Bilrnam No 15 Tevis No 16 no objection About that Democratic Clerk he appointed in CrutoherNo 17 there was no Republican in the precinct who could write except a negro and Mr Bennett would not appoint him losey No 18 Sam Carpenter he did not want at all and John Henclreii wnc too valuable a man to be used just as a Clerk Newby No 19 We asked for David Bugle Republican Judge Mr Bennett wanted Ben Tudor We had no objection to Tudorhe did to Bogie Tudor was appointed Biggorstaff No 20 No objection except he said Mr N B Howard was a good man but did not want to serve We wanted good men to serve und appointed him Mr Bennett III closing his little letter need not have apologized Fur me Iiy stating that we were but men and like many other nice neither restrained by law nor answerable to fellow citizens for their nets in the excitement of the heated political campaign are liable to IOSH sight ot fairness and justice and be governed entirely by passion and prejudice In this matter I am both restrained by law and answerable to my fellowcitizens for my ncts Mr Bennett may not be and I refer to the list of Election officers as appointed and pni lishedas evidence of my duty well performed Tis not the Democrats They object to but the Republicans I defend the Republican officers thus appointed before and I shall after the Election against the slanderous attacks of their own party fear ing not but that the public will commend me for standing for my rights u fair election and hottest election officers as against the de bauchery and robbery the Republican party through its agents would have me submit to Very Respectfully JNO B CHKNAULT Vote for Coy for County Judge Gov BKADI EYS brotherinlaw Judge Morrow in a Republican speech at Albany a few days ago said 4lt canbe said to the credit of Mr GaeLic that he is honest sober and a man of ability Because of the utter auce of this truth the Somerset Paragon feels itself called upon in a lengthy editorial to apologize for Judge Morrow telling it CuriousR- EIYUELIOAN editors ask for votes for their party but are too cowardly to admit that time very white paper they everydaypartyEveryhas advanced from ten to twenty per cent in price aud there is no end to it in sight unless Democracy the foe to trusts and combines triumphs at the polls Vote for Democrats only It is principle and not friendship that should acuate you in the earning contest NINETYFIVE per cent of the Brown Democrats who oppose Goebel because of the rulings of the chairman of time louisville convention do not know that J udge ted wine violated no Democratic precedent which did not have its coun terpart in the rulings of Judge Hershel IVUoodulght who was chairman of the convention in 1891 that nominated OoyeriiorYOUJudge Goodnight himself who is ou time stump ably supporting the ticket smith upholding the course of Judge Red wine TUB Eleventh Congressianal Dis- trIct will roll u her uiual Republican majorities notwithstanding the Goebel counting machine but should there be any irregularities attempted at the polls we would hesitate to predict the re sults Corbin News Rest assured that no irregularities such as those of U6 when Bryan was robbed in this Eleventh will be attempted or tolerated in the year of grace 1899 thanks to a law that will ef corruptionVeTaylor counted for him but no more Do you know Bill Sweeney Inquired Evan Settle last Thursday night of his large audience at the count house Well if you never saw Sweeneys mug you cant understand why we Hat din men wanted him for our chair man Yes Mr Settle we know Roar ing J5I11 We also recall that he told nu that had he been electedchairman ho would have been expected to and would have done exactly as Redwine did I Now Bill the roaring statesman from the classic banks of Jordan in Marion county is condemning the conS vention and its nominee Dill is a clever fellow with the disadvantage that his month and his morals have had s bad caso of diarrhoea But like a number of other pntrefactionists ho is walking through a slaughter house in to an open grave A PRESS dispatch says that if theRe publicans Brown Democrats and Sound Money Democrats should secure a combined majority on joint ballot Kentucky wilt undoubtedly witness togaAinuiigsurh n contest would be William Lieu say John Young Brown WO Brad Joy John W Yerkos W CP Breckin ridge St John oylqW IL Holt George Denny A K Wilson T A Wood Samuel H Stone George W iLmg lfl StoII W C Owens D W Lindsay CF RurnamJohn W Lewis ZJUorrow Samuel JPngb A M J chrni1anll George M DavIs Do you bee thenameoasinCle Dom bcrnt In lhaflist1 Nol rtien vote for Combs who whhlyQtek a Democrat to UidtsujState I ij CountyJudge THAT the CourierJournal is for McKinley in the Nation and Goebel repeatediyaud silver men will look upon that sheet with less suspicion after reading this statement of Mr Watterson in the issue of October 25th That the pa per is supporting the regular nominee nu one can deny Hence we want to give the dues and have Mr Watersons word for it that the Courier Journal and the sound money element will never support McKinley again IN the interest of purifying Kentucky spoketiersOne a Brown purifier and morallzeris said lately to havj dropped 2200 in a gambling game at while the other purifier got intoxicated after courthouseweek to the dtegust of his friends Poor fellows we pity them too much to give their names but the facts remain that these sweet scented evangelists theStateI APPRECIATE time compliment paid inIl suggestedthatme for the Presidency therefore I must peoplepublican Governor in the State of- Kentucky If I were to do that Iwould be placing my own personal in countrjandw j BRYAN ELECTION RETURNS AT COURT HOUSE On the night of Nov 7th the election returns will be received by telegraph Timebulletinsreceived until every county in tne state electionshassuits may be ascertained before iuviteddmission CInuxJi Managers BRONSTON TO SPEAK HERE TOMORROW NIGHT Hon W S Broneton City Attorney of Lexington and brother of Iljn C rtolleolhistomoi row Thursday niRbtntS oclock M rBrol ton 1s stumping the State f the Interest of tlie Goebel ticket and benign born prator nnd a brainy cour ageous consistent Democrat be was asked by the Richmond Democratic Club to address the public of his native town Everybody Is inviteuiaudseat- wilt be reserved for the ladies At the same tltrievbut preceding Mr Bronston Congressman C Porter speakto lHinMARRIED JolmKsoiDAvisMr Evan E Johnson of l e witt III antI Miss May M Davis of Reel House thlsconntywere married in Weldon 1I1ron Wednesday October 18 Time bride who Is a daughter of the late John Daviants- isterotob8 IfXroah ths city younglftdyeagatwtLe 0 AfCAMPAIiN OF YITDPEIATM I0onrjerJonrh Oct MJ To an intelligent just miniledobservi er the attncka upon William Goeliel- the DenToiTatlc nominee for Governor5 of Kentucky art too virulent and in discriminate to be trustworthy They are revolting rather than convincing The show upon the face uf them that they are the emanations of sonic force more poteut than partisan feeling Mr Goebel is too young a mifuh until recently hns been too little known to have raised up sentiments of private feeling OHso general a scale They imply organization They betoken the presence of offended power Sincerity whichlbelieves in itself and makes sure of its case is never frenzied Disin piminrshystericsweapons lint these attacks are Inde cent lit highest degree They af front the reason and dfegnst time taste Once old Den Wade accounted the most acrimonious man of his lime was asked by an irate neighbor to indite him a card donuiToiation against an enemy whom ho wished publicly to brand How shall I begin asked Wade Why sir says the wouldbe warrior I want you to ray that he is a hellbegotten son of a shedog and get worso and worse and stronger awl stronger every line you write So it is with the assailants of Mr Goebel They begin with monster and fiend and seek to build upon these epithets of admiration if riot of affec tion an edifice of blackguardism which doubtless delights the votaries of bill ingsgate but which ran never reach the fairminded and judicious among a people who are nothing if they are not sportsmanlike that is on the dead level and on the square equally in politicsTake is befog made of the killing of Sandford It was the culmination of a bitter brim tal quarrel It goes without saving that it was la most lamentable affair lImit no one will pretend that it was wholly onesided The dearest friends of Mr Sanford will not claim that limo pursueulthatpetrated no act and that in the final encounter he did not do his best to slay time man who bad the misfortune to slay him Mr Sandford was a man of spirit and courage Between him and sprangDoubtlessshare in making it deadly It was ofGoebelremotest degree has that circumstance with the fact that Sandfoid was a Confederate soldier whilst Goebel was too young to hea soldier on eIther side during the war of sections What pos sible relation does it bear to the issue in dispute between the Republicans and the Democrats in tIme present cam paign for State officers Andrew Jackson had the same mis fortune in his younger days to kill a neighbor Not until after he had ceased to be candidate for olllce did General Jackson hear the last of the duel with Dickinson History has adjudged thatas such timings go he had the right of it preventhirecountry it did not stay his victory at New Orleans it did not defeat him for President or make him a bad Presi dent What had the slaying of Dick inson to do with the Removal of time Deposits or the suppression of time Nullifiers What had the Biavln of Sand ford to do with the compelling of pub lie institutions to pay their taxes like other taxpayers and with time cheap cluing of school books to the children of Kentucky Yet the orators and the newspapers of the Louisville and Nash yule Railroad howl as if they were very wolvesas some of them are and appeal to Ccnfederate mothers and daughters and to the emotions of women generally to avenge the death of- Sandford by electing as Governor acan didate dictated by time very institutions which would dodge their taxes and publicNot to the plain tale told by Goebel If he talks of taxes they talk of murder If he talks of schoolbooks they talk of broken pledges If he expounds hula Democracyviewslet not approve troll off a lot of todomontade about the State Convention that put time ticket he heads iii the fieldIt was bad enough Heaven knows but from start to finish it was six of one to halfadozen of the other a dog eatdog affair No one will deny no one can deny that the Louisville and Nashville Railroad put forth all its energes and resources to nominate one of the contestants With the Louisville and Nashville it was anybody and anything to beat Goebel Failing in the original convention it got np an oppositiontickttthis opposition ticket it is trying to RepublicanticketThis being time issue aud it is the is sue and time sole issue we are curious to see how the people of Kentucky are going to We are curious to see whether a people supposed to be bravo and free aud of intelli gence are going to allow themselves to be taken by the throat and that by a powerful corporation and smote to time as a common butcher might stick a pig We are the more curious to see this because the agents for doing the work are so transparent in their methods and so wanton in their at lack Since when did inflanied ap peals to hysteric women count as a force in Kentucky politics Since when did the union of capitalists with the dayWhobut the Republican crowd and the crowd which though paid by A great railway company has its headquarters fata dive theater and to the extent of Its capacity may be depended npou to break Into ballot boxes and to steal votes and other wise to raise nIl time dayByknow them The newspapers which aiejn the em ploy of a railway company and in obedience to its orders would drench Kentucky in fraternal blood show for themselves One used only read them to known in advance and to realize the despotism which this single but pow erful corporation would establish in the the opportunity im man can rend them without alternating derision and disguatdiustat their coarse vulgar and profane use of our mother tongue their Bhamelesshess at d and their lying derision that men of average sense should imagine thatsuch a desecration of election methods and campaign devices could mposenpon anybody the most predetermined- and credulous The Courier Journal has not a patti cte of concrete interest in this election For Gov Erowii and his colleagues it entertains no illwill having often sup ported him and thorn quite ready to do again if occasion requires It Is he friend not tIme enem of the Iouis ville and Nashville railroad as of Its managers and we have an impression that this time is fast coming when that great antIc vital corporation will need all tno friends it can get time Courier Journal included But lair play is a eallhisof Kentucky We would not treat a 3mmiGoehelalone that the CourierJournal marks the proceedings and enters its earnest intendedIport its progress but wi should despise indiJuJllItmust feel ip time presence of such 1l1U ray Of hypocrisy malevpJeiica audjcor- ruptionv 7 RLIOIQUS 4 The three sermons fct time Baptist church Ibis week by KeV Mr Hyalls i Trenton Tenn were reeeIvtiiwitJm- crest favor The nddreswe were ol spirituallyof much teaming and piety J Itcv P B ItIJloLouifrllJe1Y will preach at Baptist cbnrch this city Sunday at 11 bcloc else Atl fofIUIIji1JIjiltbiQIh4a oaiiIt3y Let all wwiH meeO- 4ttOhiiI il irj 1ii I ic ii j b i ItisanJII Wind 4i JtThat Blows Nobody Good Tfiat small acne or pain or wealness is the lit wind thai directs your attention to the necessity of purifying your blood by s Sarsaparilla Then your whole body receives good for the purified blood goes tinglingio every organ It- is the great remedy for all ages and both sexes Dyspepsia CbmpKcaied with ther And tedney trouble I suffered lot years from dyspefb iVftfi severe pabns Hoofs Sarszpaia made me strong and iearfy1 JS Emerton Auburn Me I11odi Spzift Hoods Pin cure liver llli the noiilrriUUnjf an- 4niithrticto tAk wlth Hood aparUJ Vote for Combs for Represent- ativePERSONAL Dr Jaspers many friends hope for his speedy recovery from an attack of malariaITerrill of this county says Is visiting Mrs Sallie West 3ir and Mrs W W Pigg have returned from an extended visit in Missouri and Indiana Miss Maude Bailey of Ilarrodsbnrg is visitinmz Mr Bud MrsD C Emuger stafT on Second street Dr V H llobson has returned from a weeks stay in New York where he attended ti c Odontological Society Mr Thomas Bigger wilt leave tomor row for Newport News Va to make his future horns llarrodsburs Democrat Dr K L Willis of Lexington was among those friends from a distance who attended the funeral of Miss Alice ArnoldMisses Ritch and Jennie Lillard and Miss Doyle Burton were at Richmond to attend the funeral of Miss Alice Arnold Anderson News Mr Milo Shanks arrived from Washington on Sunday and will remain two weeks He says Mr J Speed Smith will be here this week Mr L E Lane the Second street jeweler was in Mt Sterling last week Mrs Kuper flood and son are expect ed home from Covin ton next week Judge W B Smith of Richmond who spoke lucre court day dined at Dr W T MeNees he being a relative of Mrs McNees and Mrs W S Havi land ynthiana Times The Prandennlal Club will meet with Mr Clarence E Woods on tonight at 730 in the Sigma Nu Hall This will be the first meeting of the fourth cycle of the clubs existence Gov McCreary is President Mr Woods Henry P Reid lately chief orthographer and editor of the general information department of time CLI MAX now a insurance agent at Mt Sterling returned on Sat urday in time to register in order to plant his X under the rooster Says the Frankfort Roundabout Miss Bessie Crowe ot Richmond an A B graduate of Central University has bccu secured as assistant teacher to Mrs Winston in the Winston School Miss Crowe who is a sister of our Rov Wra Crowe Jr wiil receive a cordial welcome in our town not only as a member of the Winston School but as- a valuable addition to the social element of the community Miss Ethel Garnor of AViiichesterT and her cousin Miss Annie Warren of Nashville were given a delightful entertainment on Friday night by Mr and Mrs Brutus W Turner Mrs Matt Adams of Winchester assisted in entertaining The plan of entertain lug devised by the hospitable hostess was a Conversation Contest Topics were discussed for three minutes by each of the young folks andu secret ballot on the most entertaining con versationalist resulted as follows Miss Warren and Mr Buck- nerDEATI1S Giusos The death on Saturday of hiveryimmanlatelywidespread surprise and regret His illness was brief and few knew of its seriousness liurial from the house ou Sunday Time Episcopal burial service was performed by Rector Carpenter Attractive presence manner and voice taut beauty to an otherwise impressive service Rev Mr Lloyd prayed at time Louse and grave Time lloral offerings were very prettily dc slgnedespecially those benriu Father anti Rest Many relatives wore plunged in sorrow neil all hearts were touched hy the scene but to the writer nothing equaled in pathos the silentgrlef of the elder brother Mr Stephen Jibson of Fayette the sole survivor of those who emigrated to America mallv years ago We seemed to read his harrowed feelings and felt a touch of his anguish of soul as imesawlaid away his last loved brother and playmate of the lomg ago Age has no comfort in such sorrow save in memory and hope and may God soothe theold mans heart as he now realizes lila loneliness De ceased leaves Miss Florida and Mr Jaines Gibson two unmarried children to whom he lelt a good estate and a spotness name To these a community of fond friends extend heartfelt sym pathy CEW STATE OP Onto tlTYOF l LUCAS COUNTYtiS Frank J Cheney makes an oath that ho is time senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY Co doing b miiiiess in the city of Toledo county amid State aforesaid and that sardfirni will p v the sum of ONE lttUiDI EDDOLLRSfor- each and every cseothitarrhi that can not be cured by the use of HALLS CtinnnCvmmmi FRAxIJ Onmav Sworn to before mo and subscribed in mp presence this Gth day of Decem ber A D1S80 A W GLEASGX Notary Public BEAL i Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directlyon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Bend for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by driimjist 75c Hulls Family Pills are the best Itn A Rubber tiro Factory Hea AIr 8 L Midkiff hasjnsiallsdi the llrstemidonlyplant in tIm count for the CflUstnl tioJanilre1 air of TtIttirS JUt Vohiults and isVturuiug put fa fory work at less thus factory prices Weexamincn his work and foutuj It equal to arty in service Iie yrlltfe worliRniior old wheels and lie life oc the vehicle is prolonged so that twica5ih ir Volt is saved not to KwritHMi tW iconi rt dwvol l t i J r tiSlfcfc t i J u Vote for Cay Jtr Cauty Jaigeif jVi The khedivo oFBgypt draw afeilary ton times its ereakaft that of Grit President of tKe VnitfStStates V =MAGNETIC HEALING Originated by Prof S A Weltm0r the most wbnjleriul man of modern times PrfiV ED leDD ny Graduates of North Missouri School of MAQNETIO HEALING Moberly Mo will be iot RICHMOND on and after Nov C 1899 to practice this wonderful method of curing ALL ilisefjscs with out the use of rtrngs- OUKJ55 under life method appear as cllleTheWeltmerislois Lien practiced in all ages with more olfss success Every ccnernUon nianychzmimjnmthmjshealing PROF AVELTMERTHB 1IOST WON AGEhasGIFT hut a science in every particular nefirHealirgor Curative powers By the wonderful application of his treatment its cura dIseaseThose StomnchCoanykindConanmuptionetc Lost Vitality Oanrer Tumors MagneticTreatment properly applied It IB knowing how that Rives relief and cures Webelieve that any case of any disease can be cured hv our treatment So do not dis pair but come and see us Consulta tion Free Terms S150 per treatment or S7 per week at office Outside of office al termsIOffice Hours 8 to 12 a ml to 5 p m IN DAMP WEATHER Collars and cuffs laundered by us do not lose their gloss and stiffness GOOD LAUNDRY WORK Is our pride We glory in it For ladies and gentlemen and littlefolks too we do our best- PLEASED CUSTOMERS Are the kind of people we deal with and we want you to be one of them Can you givejus any good reason why you should not be RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY Ifulir WuiooirV Llc J8 InFrankGalloway PlalUNotice of By virtue of a judgment and order of tale of theSeptembertermcause the undersigned will on Meiiiy NiYemfcer 13 1899 Between the hours of II oclock am and 12 countyKeatnckythe highest bidder the following described property vltj waterofSiiverCreekiiiowned by J 8 Galloway at the time of his death described as follows Adjoining the lands of Paulina Mitchell the her of WII GOallowayandTERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months equall The purchaser will be securityforbondbearinglien reserreil upon said property until all the paidN claims against the permittedtoDecember term Usa of this court nort Zw S EOCOTIMO MCC JasitiliOll1llISS1I1S Stle Ky Ci Uens Bldg XI Loan Aso Assignee ic against Edward Cornelison Defendants Notice of SaleIn Equit- yDYjirtuect 4 Judgment and Order of Sale atthestyle cause the undersigned will on Monday November 6th 1899 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m at the Court Rouse door in Rich mond Madison county Ky being November County Court day proceed to to Sale to the highest bidder the following de scribed property viz Tbtt certain or parcel of Land situated ntlSchniond Madison county Ky known at LIlt No 16 In Block 7 of the Richmond Invest ment Com lYs addition to the City of Rich mmd Ky Said lot beginning on the corner frontingIbrtyADR fionth One Hundred and Eighty leet to an alley thence running east 49 feet to Pine theberlnnlnltproducetheordered to be made and the cost hereof TERMSSale will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for tbe payment- of the purchase money to have the force and interestfromsaid until all the purchase money is paidoct252w SESCOTTMC M CC Iaslcr Commissioners Sale II SaleAssoagainst Luke Williams c Delta pY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of theSeptemberstyle cause the undersigned will on Monday November 6 1899 Between the hours of oclock a m and 12 oclock mla the Court House door in Richi NovemberCountySale to the highest bidder the following described property viz sltaatedInnorth side if Francis Street Fifty 50 feet and directionproducetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of willIfor the payment of the purchase to bearIngputchaseoc 52w S E SCOTT M C M C C Noticer Allcreditors of and claimants against the herebynotifiedundersigned on or before January 11900 or same barred This notice is to all claimants whether agatnst deceased as princi pal or security IYIVt octll4w WILLIAMSI t Our Prices3 UlleIpYouV j- 1AvIV0ECONO1flih1 IIM1JI3 Make oni values yourstandall YOU will find every day iteeds at every duy El n1 QbSI8J 8 Ii m SATISFACTION Iraj 8 Is our aim the goods behind f mour promise is our living fEJ J witness E 8- Js For anything Mid every thing D 8 8 mkept in a firstlass Furni 8 m ndEli1 tEi 6 mi EE W S OLDHAMS fiI- rnI fi 6SUCCESSOR tj IHMERSTlFFst SLAM m E w- lUNDEBTMCt fi 8 8 LINE COMPLtE IaI 8 i III ii1t1y Phone 75 c1LJ Jg1tf6 nn s s ese rie 0t f c sG S I flfl 1F i IJ J J s fAll JJs 3 e S BiggestS 0 0 e ill Brightest and 8 9l0 eVi Best Display 9 0 e U e s C1 Don16 fail to stop in and see what we have 0 Wash Fabrics Outing Flannels light and dark ground solid colors stripes and checks extra heavy fI neItquality at lOc per yd Good values tlso at 5 and SJc sVEiderdown Cloaking Flannels good quul f ity solid white pink and olive at 35tand 49c SEIRTLadies Outing Underskirts e 39 inches long 2 yds wide 25c Net Fleeced Lined Skirts at same sS price Black Net Skirts 50c C KNIT UNDERWEAR t andaS 50c Union Suits 25 50 and 99c SsViEBLANKETS AND COMFORTS S Just come and inspect them See the S bargains in these winter coverings Prices extremely moderate A nice good size blanket 49c and up 3 SILK WAIST PATTERNSa PJainand fancy a variety of color mid styles every piece new the very best at the price Splendid values I d VVs VRIBBONS0s Fine all silk ribbons in the new color effects for neck and belt 25c perjd s s Fancy figured creton per yds 8i 10 and 15c eo Floor Oilcloth ill differentss widths and patterns Clarks Thread 3 spools for lOots osSe SSIrDont fail to call Yours Respectfullys LLIs o f S ss sSI s ss S S e- THERES OTD LIKE IL No nothing to equal our ULTRA Shoes for Ladies You get everlasting comfort when you pet our Ultra A perfect fit for time foot no pinching or cramping No matter how wide or narrow your foot may be we calm fit you perfectly They are put up for wear and will out wear any common make They are a beautiful Shoe They not only please time eyeBeyondgrandest Shoes on earth They are made in many dif ferent styles and shape Come in and let us show you rrc Fr 1in1er1 We mnst have good SHOES and BOOTS ifi we expert battle successfully with winter weather We have Y far the best line of SHOES and BOOTSto be found this section They wear better last longer and uk better than others Our prices are always low never have dissatisfied customers OUR VALU K CONVINCE FREEMAN BROSFIRST STREET RICHMOND KY MOE TIaT HEATER L Is what you want in preference to all V others Reasons v getit u gives more heat aiid uses Issfuel It is more substantially s built and like a hot air furnace It has a large radiating sur 4 fate which ircu lates the air rapidly iand heats the rooms evenly Itis a double heater t N6 dirt from ashes as it is carried away by the patent ash flue It xjj regulation orateTh design i perfeet I of the outside facmjr never burns off and is 5 4 V bright all the year round For sale by O 9 D1DEFliCOET P + MAII STREET RICHMOND KY + +1 +++ ch4 T jLo IIM iJ 9 p ib 4UIlUJO ww ii I F d Pd fe r I 0t I H fath00 flDXItC I will pay the highest mar ket price for produce of It every description Call i at L T Wilsons store near L N R R and get my prices beforegoing elsewhere A L GOTToetl88w Notice tfi Tax ayen Equal Rights to Al- lSpeciallrivilegcs to None I want your taxes at once and warn you to look out for the penalty Your taxes have been Inc and collectible since last May Call and settle at once Respt II H COLYER octll4w Sheriff OK CILDWCLLSru CURES CONSTIPATION 1 IIrj1 On CZIJ 1cI E m m 9 I C1 c IrIQw IEr7 P dgggogog Z IE C 0 gggggggg YI ItQ = c = cc = t t zr id 0 j I O ggtj 1L11Il1liLjOPJ II grn il 11 ro 1 Is BBSB33 0 I i E 4E- 2rn I I SCURES INDIGESTIONN ILLINm UENTL SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Bust Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA rullHMn Trlt Steeninit cr loaves Louis vllle every Thursday night and runs through to San H neiMX Ask vour ticket agent for particulars or write toll II Footer Traveling 1asfeuger Agent Louisville Ry Irto Redmlng Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis anil New Orleans A II HANSON WrtAKELLOND II ClilMiro O P AIxini vIll rr kttni RiIWM Is 8i 1ermr Ii ftUL uru 5 Mm 111 J 2 t 4 19 111 KIN nl Ar 7 2 7 Waester 1 U 6 It It NIII S 3 IW lri 8 P 1 It Si noootn 7tO I 7 M II tit v FrjitoitLe7 80 3 Ir Atk for tictcU via Paris j II xHwrow o r n EASIER THAN EVER The preeot iulnle ul tlllnnlH Control nail rI in wMHIin Ui shortening the time tu miiliis Kid dw OkHis lnnniale it aleT i in Bye to rwuh ill points In Arkansas IViW MoTicn Annul Ill 1nlltornia T- hstli4i train errtoe with which the hunch VHtmP Memphis and Ortsans Vestlbuie ImiUtl is equipped makes It Easier Than Bvur to take a trip to tUe above uiaiitlonao Tltorj Tie rsnutMl is the Miljr line which runs Fret Ih11 iiniiir tjirii Ventibuiled train rr u IuwvIlUi to the doth ulsii a weuklv Ijilwiii Too bl ciirfoflillfinia Lye lilIlvI6I ruirIay 2pti- Air 11IIill Pltar S r New 01 aI4s PrUay 3 Up Ive frwOrleinorl14y S rr IImdi ttnbyrr S III Ant Llnu3y t 45pi- r flIII11o 3 lp- Ar li 1 I nliv pi Air n rIa rilaV i Up- Tk Tslpr isat raliro Hirtlt i lt 4irii l nnike acainfortahletrlp t lliu turritjrT HiiiUn will ilu c41 to com niunleatewiUi It Imlor Travelins Passed gr Agent Lmibville Ky ALFOBU KBLLOSD O P A II lUimoa O P A Lonloville Ky Chicnco til decWly 135 ECONOMIST RANGES W h ififlg Guttering 1JIliUE1fl1 Job 4Vurh JOlty y yUC IJU Caunty Court Days IVrin niurljnn county first Jlonday ti liitiiiini IuUsnn county fil1lt Ion iiigIli Fayette couuly seconi IIIItJsiiniiJVch ICliHoIn county sccpnd Mon Iy 0ri iiwn Scott coantythlrj Mon t pc Dnrillei Roylocounty third Monday Nicholusville Jessamine county thin Mondtfy Winchester Clark county fourtl Monday v frUKe M ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS CLEANSES THE 5VSTEM- SPELSEFFECTUALL a G DAGEf S OVERCOMES GONS11PATIONBITUAL ITS B1tzifCTSBUy TMC GEHWIHtMAHTO Y SYRVPCOue RIll aUISIAU csusasri ran sot rutcraL lanily Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial ID ffiID llira m ID QJ ill nilln IDmllijj The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wit- hhiteAND Giosonl TCTJ A13 A DSM3SRAT nndof pouisewant a Democratic nwl pnpitr Tlw Chifa lIipudl irl tin irtMtcht hilIKr8tii Uewkly Newcjwptl d llni Vinlitry It ndvouatiM the r4llfili of lIt alfriii xml Iii lo n iniii IHHI t Villiini iitniiinuK 1irvjiii 1Iro inif iiPVii hwit u 1liliftII1IIl- ai11 that iil mat ill importanci lint car IIII one In he fniiyht nttxt yea fhe Itpuliliian party lurked hy thr inni y Htver of thid country Knrpc is iihit liilnrresiive bliirilcl with the victory of threo ve aJult will setik oy every iiienna in iii pwtr to ninintain its eupreinuey Democrats niUHt he up nnd duiiiK They must Wltl an unccaeinp war up m their enemirt lit no lustier and inure eiToutive way ctn this he dime than hy Ike circulation of good wiun Diiniicraiic iiewcpnpei8 The ptIb1iIltI- Sit ThetliicHfro IiipatclvilL send t verv new Bithscriher for three mmllii copy of Thu CliirHg Hipltlch for IBII edits If you are not already uik hug this great political weekly send in HII cents at once You uhould not unit lo thin yourself hilt v whoiild iiuhui- all your friends to join with yon Hy n liltluelfiityou can n ily raie a chili if IMII nr tweiry uhrrilior The Chicago licpntrh i iiilorsed lit Williiiiii Jeiinlnui IJryau and othf nlIlIcratic IPZLIICIS Adtre THK CHICAGO DISlATCII 120 and 122 Fifth Aveiino ot4lf Ciiltac Illinos ++ + + CALL AT + + + + ffl SSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can l e found in the city atc dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga NYater Kepi oo Tap No Phone 3 Second St nOJIlIOND KK EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The ilmn who has a gtni pound re llalile curristrK nndor him He ran wIIPnjutnlircioiis carritutee rnnalmutH whale I Iiiii peeilerBoi road nylp that 001115 what itiay on llc roail wagon nov i IhfIwnya and rab6 rtire l hueitie IB IUd niond JOHN MNCLSON Pr-KMicky cnWrM1 tJ ib t KEHTU KY R PREP RT CONDITION OF CROPS AND LIVE STOCK OCTOBER 1ST 1859 Replies received this month from 138 corrvspoudeiits rvjirVseiitiiii 07 counties 0CORN ThA nv rnp yield per acre is estilia ted 21 4 bushels The estimate on Octo ber I8JIS wjis 325 and for a cOIrtoo p nduiud iieof U97 it a 21 hit hels Tim dry weathtr during te U mlft was of bentfit in liusteiiinir the nmiuri ty ol the croji othTwist a conoidf ruble loss woulil have beet sustained liy the severe front of 29th antI Oli ins it is- tle toes is ii c nsrijilenlr amounting to but 4 per cent Thn heaviest ION oc cured III tlio Western section vherQ tie rainfall was more liberal hOld the growing season accordingly piolon ed The qnaliiy in the main is not up to tie standard bdng chaffy and loss on cob While tile crop is generally diap pointing both in yield and quanty it is rather remarkable that a few coun ties notably Daviess and Henderson report ihe crop one of the best over produced TOBACCO In the Hurley district the average yield per acre is estimated 85 pounds This is a heavy average and in mainly due to the unusually heavy yields reported from tho counties of Koyle Clark Jessamine Marion Mercer and Woodford Omitting these counties from the calculation and the average is 741 pounds which is In our Judgment nearer the correct amount being with in a few pounds of the average for 1893 The acreage of the JJurloy district after allowing for looses sustained bj- nsects and unfavorable season was es timated at 8G per cent of the average of 1898 With approximat the same yield per pcre we way c nclmle that the Jnrley crop of 1699 will ainouut tp 85 per cent or the crop of 189 Worms were very destructive during the latter part of the season With the exception of damage from this source ROd that portion of crop cut before ripe in order to save from firing the quality is satisfactory The damage from frost was verysllghtin this section amounting to but threefourths of one per cent The yield per acre for the Dark Tobacco district is estimated at 730 pounds which is 85 pounds per acre less than the estimate for 1898 The decrease is accounted for by an imperfect stand and a lack of moisture at the time most needed for the development of the plant The acreage was eat matedearlier in the season at 82 per cent of the acreage of 1893 If we ac cept as correct tire estimates of a de crease both in yield and acreage the crop of dark tobacco amounts to 72 per cent of the crop of 189S The damage blrost in this district amounts to 26 per cent CLOVER SEED The clover seed crop is practically a failure In the State The acreage cut is lint 42 per CUIit of the acrco of 18JS with an average yield of 16 bushels per nero PASTUBES Pastures are very short especially in the Western stun Central sectionswhere it is necessary to feed stock same as during lha winter season The condi hull compared with avctnge years is C5 The advanced season precludes auy- hpo of relief from tim labor and ex liin tif feeding btink anil the beet to- in dune ip to MI protect luck and erono mizo in ihe of JYod as to lighten as uiiicli us pibihli the expense of the long fvmlitig hi ai un- LIVE SToCK- Short puMims and bcnivitv of stuck wuler are having II nmrked effect on iive hticli Where the want urazitij HUH Riot beuii biipjilementid with Solon iouiK crop Block lorn grown thin ami is III poor eoiiditiuii to withstand the winter The bust notable feature connected with live stock is the scarcity of hojps being fur nnrket Tho number iesti mated at 75 per cent of the number in 1898 and is lm inoTe than anything else to thu great lost of pigs sharing thu Mjvcre weather of last winter Cholera nr other ilifisepievitiU to a limited extent only and in iiuilinrd to n feu cinntieti only fin plica to question Love von iiOifcluilom in your coun ty Pure lOt in the negitlive stool oo in the allirmaijve The apple crop is one of tin UnliteM over grown and is entincited at lint 37 IIHF Lmt of tile criip raaro veal The hot dry hoason canned ihe fruit In try up Olllhn irio and th pur cent of sound riJlH fruit in very small WIlt BiiwiiiB lisa liejtin mid is be log pushed with vigor Stalk ground is in excellent condition being free from week and unusually ligl t nud triable so that where CraW is followed by wheat it will be seeded under most favorable conditions Tile early plowed fallow land Is also in good condition but the later plowing is rough and cloddy and the continued dry weather renders It impossible to put it In propel order fur seeding Fallow plowing if Men who go cut fishing in an open boat enjoyitUnfortnnatelybusiness life will not permit the average man to take frequent outdoor exercise- In lieu of a life spent partly in the woods and on the water a man must find some invigoratehim normalfunetionsDiscovery is the only thoroughly effective principalaction andthcjnices in the stomach and Jhe production of healthy chyle in large quan invigoratesthef1 l tn puretheare torn down and replaced new and healthy flesh tissues and nerve fibern If a vureelementsecantyatnoBnt of exercise Disease germs can gain no foothold in his system thempSandxWatangaattention but It maLt tori1Itt Cnly partial relief orthirtyspells of bleedtag jr wiM ucrd Ukint Dt YtllIalJrSasath avc been Wes aqtdlh labor foe r1Mn t f do suited hfe v WOMEN socalleithealthywornien suffer iIthey are not healthy The marks left by pain are on the young faces of many of OriPfdaughters Pain that leaves its mark comes from a curable if MUST WOMEN SUFFER cause If that cause is not removed its ri influence reaches out and overshadows a whole life The reason Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has been so uni formly successful for over a quarter of a century in overcoming the suffering of women is that it is thorough and goes directly to the cause It is a womans remedy for womans ills Miss EMILY F HAAS of 148 Freeman St Greenpoint Brooklyn N Y writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM I wish to state that Iused your Vegetable Compound with the greatest success I jwas very sick for nearly a year with hysteria was downhearted and nervous also suffered with painful menstruation and pain in back and limbs I often wished for death thinking nothing would cure me I had doctors but their medicines did me no good At last by the of a friend I began to take adviceA Pinkhams Vegetable and I am happy to say it has entirely cured me JENNIE SHERMAN of Fremont t SMich Box 748 writes DEAR MRS PINiutAiI feel A that I must write you and tell A you what your medicine has Iff done for me I had neuralgia Jfof tic stomach for two years a so bad that I could not do any work I had two or three doc tors but did not seem to get any bet ter I began taking Lydia E Eink hams Vegetable Compound and Jiver Pills and improved from the first had better appetite and after taking three bottles of Compoun and one boxof Liver Pills can say that I am cured Your Vegetable Compound is a wonderful medicine now at a standstill and the seeding of a considerable per cent of the acreage is being delayedSLUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Acrimllurc A Thousand Tun urs Could not express the rapture of An nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but sue says of this Royal CureIt soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises throuch out the Universe So will every one wJo trios Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price SOc and St 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 5 HANNAS HOLDUPI havilugHanna has taken to the highway arid is holding up the servants of Uncle Sam and demanding their money on their jobsSOf course the civil service law was expected to protect those working un tier it from the old time political method of stand and deliver but Mark Hanna is frightened McLean has got him rattled and law or no law the Ohio Republican boss proposes to make the Federal employes disgorge for the benefit of the administration Demonstrating the fallacy of the idea that thin civil service laws would pro tect officials the treasurer of llannas financial committee hills sent each con tilling Republican officeholder an ox position of the laws pointing out the Tact that there is nothing in thorn to prevent persons not in the employ of thou government tuna collecting vol untary0 contributions oiiUtilc of Federal buildings Mark Himuiy treasurer oC the finan cial committee IB not in noverntncnt employ idthuugh he IP working tooth and icenail fur MrKinle mill he cheerfully tackles civil service employs outside of Federal buildings for their voluntary contributions Concluding his comiiiuniciition to Federal olliceholdeis llannas man says On acconrt therefore of the im portuit bearing tho result in Ohi this ytar will have upon the greater contest of loon anl because of the fact that till defeat in his party or the president home State wuuM be heralded by thu opposition as a rebuke to his ahninis thou we hopo yon will aid us in this rjjiitest by sending us as liberala con tribution as you run allonl Ilease send remit tali ITS or make checks payable to time undersigned who will acknuwletigo same Veiy respectfully W K ItunnKii Treasurer V bun all iiiiiirniHl tnivnlor ia iiiut by a highwayman anti has plstnl thrust in lila fact withii grist eointnand lo stand utul deliver lie generally de livers Officeholder are similarly situated and they give voluntary cpntribn tions rather than run the risk of losing their official lives Chicago Dispacth yoaecourtljo world you will- never a remc equal to One Minute Cough Cure Bays Editor borkler of the Jlicanouy Flit Hnst ler It cured his family of LaGrippe and saves thousands from pneumonia tiriiiiliilis croup and all throat and lung troubles 1erry Tliciiuits SWINDLEDS Several weeks ago Myron II West young mall was in Oeirgotown solicit hug aubsciiptiona to MctlureV 5lngn ziue at 75 cents er year the subscrip tion price teeing one ohiilsr Lie re cotved some ituurcriptiona with llio money i how many Lt nut known An the price he received wae rss than iiHWspaper dealers pay for the magazine Air John A Bell wrote to the publishers to know how it was done In rvjfly aLice the fuliuwii g cotnlfllillbrto Myroit sR1 Vest fur subscriptiOus to our magHziiie lie ill isumloubteilly ill poster and is biuiply YiclIiiijjHur ple We have placed thli Ynatlvr together with all thin infutiiiaiiOQ we Lave rectived from various sources hI the bands of the Chief United Slut n Secret Servic Agent in Washington Some people would rather pay ey to a stranger with big chull itting switidled tlinii in give nnonler tun home denier whnt ho niaktt only II few ceita proGt Of cunrHi thu niontj paid to young Wet is n total liws Tlie young man claimed that the pubjlshprh of the magazine liad agreed to giveliiin a Bcliolarsbfi in some illl tlltithllVr illi11frylielife of her cliildwliii iiatts feivtd MlnucohPlireand throat situ luNg troubMw Parry A T1owTi r i rJ ti THE OFFICIAL BALLOT On tho ballots to be used at the No velnbet election will be printed each proilp of namcH tinder the party immo or titled or device that appears above it v First on the left side of the ballot will bo printed the device of the Demo cratic partya rooster and its title and Kroup of candidates beneath it Next on the right thereof the device of tbn Honest Election Democratic party the portraits of Hon John Young Brown and Hon P P John ston and its name and group of candi dates beneath it Next the device of tho Republican party a Log Oaban and its group of names benpath Next in the order named tho device of the Peoples Party tho plow and hammer and its group of names beneath it and lust the device of tho SocialistLabor party an nrm and ham mer and its title and group of names beneath it The Candidates for Governor in tho order named are William Goebel John Young Brown William S Taylor John G Blair 0 T Wallace and Albert Schnmtz The Peoples party Prohibition and Socialists tickets have no candidates for Attorney General The Socialist ticket also lacks candidates for Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State Eat plenty Koaol Dyspepsia Cure will digest what you eat It cures all forms of dyspepsia ami stomach trou hire E 11 IambIc Vernun Texas save It relieved me from tho start and cured 1110 It is now my everlast ing friend Perry Thoums BRYANS READY WIT Chicago Dispatch Out at Findlny Ohio William J Bryan was treated with the first ills courtesy sTown him since his mtrnro Ilto time IMkkcye stale Itis aiiiliumt liail in tt xi Inrj uvu tinuent car Kipilbliimim ami ilcy ijimle their iiriSuiufe htiuwn liy v oruus itltss jug Bryan was IllrllrioIlmt Hilt ii on curie runt lie lieu hIs groitn l s ti cmriijre mil g oil teiper im giv his iiiiinaiinoily oiiniHins Sin oxiu i s of his lirilliant wit ind fcCatJiinssar the IvHpulicaiiK wore liiusiiig Bryan quoted soino EQiitenccs Liu colus and clmllonued the l alt lIJuts to IKD that The Liuwiln quotntioim Were sound Domtjcnit lioctiiuo but the llipubli cans did not duro tu hLi- sWlcu the police attempted to eject one of the dl turbip llryan Miid Jut dim riiiuin I van siiml this for half an hour if you have tu live in this coniiiiunity all yjuf hvis At lirtlefuntaiiie Bryan referred to a ltuiulliciii ciirtuuii wliifli Miowcd to iUliiiiat lilillg tile flig t jIb lrcaileimi McKinley h inting tint mal victory hmcilsoi lIlhufloUtls lIlheIE the wonlh Vtrt rally rtimd the flag toys well rally once again Uryan rtuf time line to ilmcrowd and tfensuid t Hut Ulole is a significant oinissiiiii They licl not putin tihint iug the battle cry of freedom The cheers which followed wero so wildly eutlmsiastiu that thou cpcaker hail to wait for the tumult to subside llepublicana will learn alter awhile to let Bryan nlbno ills wit and sar casin aro ttqunlto every occasion ir lndgdulIMelteult1I years aud cured his piles of lung stand lug liy Uniux DeVViits Hazel iKiiVu it cures all ukindiacaucii Perry Thcmms ilisa Katherine Pottit and her asewi ates have returned from Cedar Grove UauipV near Hazard nit d Alias IVttit iu now making n tour of the Suite the jjuehtof till dIfferent womens cluhiiv hug lectures UJI the niountaintert of Kentucky Tlicso li ciurts are spill en of voiy highly beiu1itehutiiig- lyS ei er etl with illustruioi front time life of the rilled people anvuny whom she has lived SonmtqfIe ladies oi Harrodsburjj are trying to iiiakb a date with her lo lecture heie s jnie tin f duizng the early winter Harroisburg DemocratSMiss Ethel Qarner gave a retQIIIOIJ last Frhiny nfturnooi front fulmr to MX oclock in honor of her cuUciu Mirt Annie VSarieu ofaahhhle T ni Misses Ethel Uarner Annie Uarifii addro tiatruer unit Sue UUdlcr ieivceS- inmo IIhtyortHren pcrOt5Pc calftd and light tcfreihitiet tvn trvct The smoCroiat tloifule parJur ron wihicli daylight liuUftieu vXittullfd nttsilljlitni iy cuiidke nii11ltllllyiIlrIIti ivllh aKpnrasU hit lluwcTti end variuji coiorud uuuitiin lo A cs that guvu It n hmnmltItiqItaorHisc l IaoinmtyiIil th06Viulr v lldli 1UII i1itThruiuu iiiLtir AVotild quicUty loavojoa ityoti Used DrKiMg New Life Pills Thbueniids faun JelaIaJW6 proved hieitioIcI loSiifis ftrr Sick5sud NetvouitIJaut Sgics They uiake pure blood Kni atroiiK nerves and build up yolii IwSaiUil 9hl25ltt1lsMury 4 f t iMj i t t x 512 WORTH OF PRESENTSJFor SOc worth of work away walchesr bicycles machines guns c c to introduce our paper PASTIME a highclass illustrate family paper of front 16 to 02 largo pages 01 to 128 columns of Chice Good Stories Literature Art Humor letters of Travel in Foriejrn Ijuid8 e Ac And all yon have to do to get 42 worth of presents is to get 20 schaeiibew at 10c each Send lOc in Rtninps for full particulars long list of presents amIj our paper PASTIME br 6 months Aldreps THE PASTIME Co Fxnisj ville ICySA WONDERFUL DiSCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well 3s ajld by an organized company oC ie sponsiblo biisinesB men find has cpu dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout ihe coon try Wo speak of that wiudorfit la strument Electropoise ani iisk your careful exanTination vito tIre cures 1t1 has wrought Col A 1 NunallyoJ the Inter Ocean Chicago write 4early three years txperienco wj1t Electrnpoigo only confirins the truth of your claims IlllV my frionds t bart this instilment is a most wonderful ja vention multi I would lint part with mine if I could get another 2Setl address for our hook given letters front people who have been cured by Etocr tropoise ELEC lUOIOISB CO 513 Fourth Avenue fovisville sept KyI n 27lyrt2i cj FOR WEAK MENTho eroat French Remedy s within easy reach of every Amrrlcan It acts powerfully and quietly lcn rAanPhTs1clI Perfect Is t5a result ol 30 dsys use Young men will regain tl1elr lost manhoru nnd Old Men Trill recover their youthful vlRcr It tits ono for lU3ines3 Ftadr or rocrrlas REGENER3 Is the reatcst lIerve ever rod n this country Can bo carried In vest poet ct By mall LCO tlunaIheClrcalars frue Address toAmerican office of IuA1CtiUIlttt1For sale by Perry t Thomas eeptl3ly mothcrofpeartI enamel MaXIt Friends fteca 1 PLEASE TRY CANDY CATHARTIC iWe50c Pat onizs Home Iallo iJnsnre all CompaIlivesprotectionagalnst cheapest reliable company people cheaper AttorreyatLairopposite House Co CARTER KodolI Digests what aidsNaturestructing exhausted digestive digestantapproach efficiency pcrmanentIycuresDyspepsia Platulence Sour Stomach SickHcadachcGas tralglaCram other C Thomas Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and GraniteS+ ++ FINE WORK A SPECIALTY Those who are contemplating buying or lind of Cemetery Work will it to their interest to call at stand in of 31 E on Irvlno Street where they will find constantly on hand large stock finished work select frn prices tu suit cljifscs of buyers falrn G CiOUOHEK of best workmen in Kentucky is ill of our establishment and this means satisfactory work every Parties livinir at distance should write to us designs which will furnished on application erYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED JHMES T HK7VYILTON Proprietor AY Used in Millions of Homes Accept substitute Insist on LION COFFEE in lb pkgs ttThese articles mailed FREE in lj exchange for lion heads cut from of ilb LION COFFEE pkgs Gold Collar Button LionCoifeemen shape Is handy and popular Daisy NeckPin Genuine HardEnamel Gold 18 lion heads and a 2cent stamp The Illustration Is only twothirds actual size i a delicate with Jewel setting gold trimmings Bet finish Stylish and durable l The Lions BrideI IronLionAn line picture the Lions Bride The story Is Interesting and we send with picture a hand some folder containing the poem and telling aboutlL Size 15x28 Inches Dorothy and Her A bright ch picture 8 tuoda H4 a 2c steap A bright cheery retleCnfng leg with her ens and her mbMu The predominating arc rich and greens Size llxSS Inches For lion Iadand earni suamit we will mall it tinned ready for banging = S i I I I S j your dwellings barns and other Fire LIGhtning and The and for the of our county now operatinR In the State and ever companyFor Court next door to State Hank Trust second floor J H Pres may2ily O C BOSWORTH Secy you eat the or can it in It in Nausea an results of impcrfectdigcstion- Prepared by Eo DC Witt Ace Crjlcago For sale byJPcrry Marble Granite any find tho old the real the Church a of to at alt W one Central charge in phieo a for ho 5a no 1 1 front This and For Color and unusually from brush each copy of p- For reds most gets the co I Stylish nandsomely mylth Roman finish and set with ruby colored jewel in the center This will bP colored sashes The goldfinish goes well Ladies Apron Made of good quality lawn with alternate revering nnd tucks at waist a very superior and stylish stamp Fruit Picture StfFoqt Clothes Line B 2cent stamp Made of closely IIA1threads WOD and will rive the t LM COFfEE tMdqtt A TOJ tnrn R rE A New for the Certain Cure of and PILES PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAM S F BALLARD Sole Proprietor Worth Main Street Si LOUIS M3 For sale by PERRY Druggistsi EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER BEST POINT EAST OP Halt more New York and n Eastern markets Good buyers always in export cattle and other kinds of stock Consignments for firms given grompt attentiil PRIVATE HOFSE SALES EvERY WE3KPAY ODonnell li Stubbs Ithe about Grnssesaml soils the are adapted fore best combinations to give largest results in bay of av tures and meadows etc Write for Catalogue and of any l I of A collection of nlco bound Into book form with sheets of tissue paper be- tweeh tho leaves On these tissue pages the children can boots See it Fly I The cole brated box kite now so can be spread to fly American Lo wants and arc Interested I uabeak LION Is reacted Mvi cWry b 310 TO for for Clovers varieties prices Fertilizers I and you will never use rJf I II riantel kl 8QzSTRENGTH PURITY AND FLAVOR BeltBuckle bytllelionhuds andIs XlOinches lionhead Maimheads Ulion bilsat- isfaction Box Colored Crayons Drawing outllno hI t For to Ion heads and 2c stamp Fine wax crayons fifteen dillerent colors accom with outline for coloring Each Book pictures eye and Naval Box Kite popular quickly pictures IkHI I te 2c with gilt a inches high A nnd DRUGGISTS BOON MAR3KINS3 e BEST GRADE GRASS AND CLOVER r Try LION stamp Frame beautifully Stands beauty ELETUBE4 Discovery INTERNAL EXTERNAL WITHOUT THOMAS Pittsburg Stock SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES SHIPPERS DISTRIBUTING INDIANAPOLIS Washington Philadelphia attendance Commission Simon General Manager Voo4 1 satisfactoryOur orpastur31ecare WOOD STUBS COFFEE ChildS aJotdlngeDJopnent togetherThere CI2cent Incheslong welTfolded oneI fromCO44oewtn litSblHtlYpeckI ZLOULLgKy nprcsslprepaid ttlmekecloer IALL BUCKEYEI CURE Central Yards9 rearrangedIt SEEDS ItcostseomparaUYMmore ITlowez IRPIUN bUFtTfi11LBest pureCoffee r Alarm Clock a I I n ISent crnroulnrrappcdj I Ladies Scissors I Length flve Ohen trimming for 12 RazorI Isump IILenJthSimilar to ParLchesl which hat been played in east era countries sinceSbefore the dawn of f history The Illus hutton shows planrof the game with Usual counters dice and dicecups IU companTlne 4t ttJO IneTerEvery tooDont i 1 4S be selected by you from our new Premium Lists a i I IMPORTANT NOTICE orIMhMtra youtaz0WOOUNMT SPAM OOL TaJM IIi 4W44444 i r 1 r VOLUME 26 No 22 RICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT NOVEMBER 1 18139 VALID REASONS Presented By Mr Bryan For Supporting Goebel AN APPEAL TO KENTUCKIANS Of the Democratic Persuasion to Fight the Common Enemy REPLY TO JOHN YOUNG BROWN Kill the Bears and Then Tackle the Mosquitoes Says lie EVILS TBREATENING THE REPUBLIC While Not Denying tho Rlrht of Every Jinn to Vote iisIleiDe sires lie Points Out the Danger of Lo lns thef Blue Grass State The tour through Kentucky of De mocracys Icariess leader Hon Vvii liam J Bryan wasone of triumph At every point where he was billed to speak great crowds turned out to greet him Our gallant standard bearer Hon William Goebel a ompanied the Nebraska orator on Jib trip and was accorded magnificent ovations Burn Ing issues of the hour ve expounded by Mr Bryan to sympathetic throngs The great orator at all places por trayed the necessity of united and NaItlonalmand that they rally around the standard of William Goebel thus wresting the state from Republican misrule and insuring sweeping success of the peoples cause in 1900 When the distinguished party reach ed Louisville 26000 enthusiastic peopeI were in waiting at the barbecue Colonel Bryan and Hen William Goe j bel received flattering both responded by delivering ringingI addresses Mr Bryans speech in full fodows BBYASS ADDRESS Sir Chairman and Ladies and Gen tlemen I am glad that I have anop portunity to address so many of the good people of Kentucky on this occa sion My coming needs no explana tion no apology I am here because am still Interested in the triumph II ChiIcagoplatform adopted at Louisville Ap plauM When I arrived this morning a mes senger handed mo a letter and told me that it was from ExGovernor John Yothig Brown Applause and hisses and cries of Read it It asks me to answer certain questions I came here to this state to answer those questions ApplauseIt In the first placewell It does not state Laughter The letter says If it be true that a secret written bargain was made prior to the late Louisville Music hall convention between Messrs Goebel and Stone and so forth if It be true that a secret written bargain was made and then he sets forth what he understands the written bargain to beI barIgainnomina tion of the Democratic party was not j such a contract fraudulent and then he asks whether the chairman of a sovereign body ought to entertain an appeal and then if such things were done as he claims is not this a men ace to free government and do you Indorse the Goebel election law If so please explain why you advocate free government for the people of the Philippines and deny it to the people of Kentucky Have you any plea save that of political ascandencyoplerpo that of political expediency to justify submieetou by American citizens to the outrages above indicated Very respectively yours JOHN YOUNG BROWN VoicesPour it Into him now Replies to JJrown Mr Bryan Let me say In the first place that r did not come to Ken tucky to Investigate the details of a state convention and sit in judgment upon the things done in that conven tion I did not come to this state to discuss the details of an election lawII come to this state to say and I thEre1wasthat a Democrat does not think ought to have been done I want to ask what remedy that Democrat is going to offor to remedy the wrong that he thinks was dons I ask of the Dem ocrat who complains of that conven tion what his remedy Is Is it to elect a Republican governor and Republican officers in the state of Kentucky TCrios of no no If that Is the rem edy proposed I want the Democrat who applies the remedy to apply it with a full knowledge of the responsibility that he assumes The man who attempts to correct a Democratic con vention by electing a Republican gov ernor assumes responsibility for all that that governor does after he has elected him Applause We are in the midst of a great con testa contest in which plutocracy is on the one side and Democracy is on the other side We had a campaign In 1856 when the Republican party was compelled to raise from the cor porations of the nation such a cam paign fund as no party ever used before Aye more than that a cam paign fund that I think I may safely say was larger than all the campaign funds used by the Republican party from the days of Fremont to the days of HannaWe that campaign By the use of money and coercion the Republican party won It has made not an advance but a retreat even from the position that it occupied In 1896 It is worse today that it was then and is applying to every question the same vicious principles that it applied to the question before the country in 1896 We are on the eve of another na tional campaign a campaign that will determine whether this Is to be a government of the people by the people and for the people or a government of monopolies by monopolies and for monopolies Applause You met in convention at Louisville you In- dorsed the Chicago platform The platform adopted at Louisville contained not only an Indorsement of the Chicago platform but it announced the partys position on the new questions that have arisen since and that plat form among other things indorsed the Goebol election law There was no minority report in that convention There was no fight on that platform and when that convention adjourned and te ticket was nominated that ticket stood before the country as rep resentative of that platform Tlie Bolters Convention Some Democrats met and organized another convention It was not a con venton called in the regular way nor a convention to which delegates were sent in the regular way It was a con vention formed of those men who were opposed to the other ticket that was nominated It can not be called a representative convention It can not be called a convention representing the Democratic voters of this state and now the ticket nominated by the bolt ing convention Is in thlscampalgnwith no possible prospect Of election and with but one influence and that is to aid in the election of the Republican ticket Applause And the basis upon which they rest their fight is that the convention that met at Louisville did things that relieved the votersI from any obligation to ticket When a man tells you that you are justified In helping to elect a Republican governor you ask him whether if Mr Taylor had been a can didate against Mr Goebel in that con vention there woud have been any inlthator whoseI nomination they objected they as a remedy the election of a Republi can governor and Republican state offi cers I wart to say to you my friends that in my tumble judgment you have time to settle your grievances after this without Jeopardizing every great principle that you love and for which you have been fighting Applause You may think what you believe of that convention You majvthink you please as to the relative meritsj of the candidates before that conven tion You may think what you pleaseI of the method employed in con vention Today the question is not between the men who were candidates before that convention The question Is whether you will elect the nominated on that platform or ticketI publican ticket That is the question submitted toI the people of Kentucky and you may think all you please and say all you like against the ticket nominated and against the paUorm or against the convention that nominated the ticket and yet that ticket and that platform stand for Democratic principles and Democratic policies as against Republican candidates Republican platforms and Republican principles Applause I have never denied the right of a man to bolt In fact IJiave always Insisted that a mans vote belonged to him and to him only There were bolters In 1896 I had a chance to say things hard against bolters because my nomination came from a conven tion elected by the people and nobody ever rose to dispute the that convention A platform wasIadopted by twothirds of that tion and I was nominated by thirds and yet never during the caml paign did I say one word in abuse otI any man who felt it his duty to against me I said if a man believed that my election would be Injurious to the country then he ought to vote against me But my friends those who voted against me took the responsibility of helping to elect a Republican presl dent and became responsible for every thing that a Republican president did Applause Responsible For Republicans And so r say that if there is a man in this state who believes it is his duty to vote against Mr Goebel and the Goebel ticket I have not one word to say in criticism of his act but II want him to know that when he does it he assumes responsibility for the election of a Republican governor Whether he votes directly for a Republican governor or votes for Mr Brown and thus enables a Republican governor to be elected no matter what he does If he does not support the Goebel ticket he becomes responsible eputilicanidministration Do you want to know why I mI here I am here because I love tho principles wrUten in the Chicago plat form I believe it to be a new declara tion of American independence and I believe in those additional planks writ ten in the Louisville platform against the trusts and against imperialism I believe that the safety of this nation Is Imperiled by Republican policies and because I believe that this nations safety its welfare and Its institutions are in danger therefore I come from my Nebraska home to warn you that if you help to elect a Republican gov ernor you put it in his power to defeat those principles at a critical moment Applause We have an election in 1900 We can not tell bow large the majority will bs In this state but if you have a Republican counting machine that has no conscience it doesnt matter much how large the majority may be We can not get it no matter how large our majority I believe thgtln 1896 there were votes counted for the Re pubLcan ticket in this state that wore never cast and that I carried the statu of Kentucky Applause- In 1900 there will be another elec tion and if you elect a Republican governor then that Republican governor will be the man who must sign tho certificates of election which shall be the authority of the electors of this state and if you elect a Republican governor and that Republican gover nor stands In with the plutocratic au thorities of the nation that are now behind the Republican party you will become responsible for the action of that Republican governor at a critical time when the fate of a nation hangs In the balance Great applause The constitution says that the gov ernor shall have the power to fill va cancies that may occur in the senate when there Is no legislature in session The governor whom you elect this fall will occupy the chair for four ears and during those four years he will have the right to fill vacancies in the senate If you elect a Republican governor he will stand ready to fill a vacancy with a Republican If you elect Goebel he will be sure to flit the vacancy with a Democrat who stands on the Chicago platform Applause Value of Oue Vote Sometimes the vote In the senate Is close Sometimes so close that a sin gle vote will determine the passage ofI a bill It is only a few months that the Bacon resolution came before the senate No more important reso lution has been before that body In recent years and when the roll was called the vote on that resolution was a tie and the Republican vice presi dent cast the deciding vote and voted no- That resolution promised to the Fili pinos Independence and selfgovern ment as soon as a stable government KenItUCyStates senate by a Republican who was elected when Jo Blackburn ought 1resolutionbeen there I can not tell you can not toll no human being can tell what questions may arise nor can we tell the vote may be on questions the nextfew years We hope duringI a victory In 1900 We hope to executive office out of the hands Republicans and put it in the theIof a Democrat but my friends good will it do us to elect a cratic president and then tie his hands with a Republican senate You tell me that you are In these questions that ore Interestedj the people If you are you risk the fate of this republic and a decision In the senateyou dare not risk it in the hands of a Republican gov ernor It may be that just at the crit ical tine when some question of great moment is before the senate and when the senate is close it may be that there will be a vacancy Human lift is un certain None of us know how soon the summons may come to us but If you have a Republican there you know that every opportunity that presents itsen will tie improved by a Republi can governor by the appointment of a Republican to the senate- I am not willing to risk the fate of this government I am not willing to risk the settlement of great questions in order to come down and settle the details of a state convention where one Democrat was nominated and an other was defeated Applause If there is a man here who feels that it Is his duty to vote against the Goebel ticket I want him to understand that when he does it he risks all these questions that he says he is interest ed In I appreciate the compliment paid to me by the Brown convention It in dorsed me for the presidency and that is a compliment It is a compliment to any man to be Indorsed for the preS- idency and I have had It suggested that because that convention indorsed me for the presidency therefore I must stay in Nebraska and watch the people who support that ticket help elect a Republican governor in the state of Kentucky Applause If I were to do that I would be placing my own personal interests above the welfare of the country and for the principles- for which 1 fought Applause- A New Reason And I want to say to the Brown men that while lam glad to have them think well of me I am glad to havo them have confidence In me I want to tell them that I am going to give them anew reason forloving me andhaving confidence In ine Tram going to tell them that I would rather every one of them would vote against me and stand by the principles of Democracy than stand by me and vote to elect a Republican governor Great and con tinued applause I have a higher ambition than being president of the United States Applause- I have an ambition that can be shared by every citizen If I know my own heart my highest ambition is to do all within my power to make this government so good that to be an American citizen will be greater than to be a king loud applause and I want to show you my Interest in Democratic principles by coming to Ken tucky and warning you of the risks you take when you array yourselves against a ticket that stands upon a platform that Indorses the Chicago platform ideas Let me repeat I want to burn the words into your memories that while you have a right to bolt yet when you bolt you assume respon sibility for all that your bolting does What has your bolting done in this state It has divided Democracy into warring factions and the Brown Dem ocracy has spent Its time denouncing the Goebel Democracy instead of denouncing the Republican party Great applauseMy there will be time enough when this election is over to adjust the equities between Democrats Now we are trying to remedy the Injustice that Republicanism is forcing upon the United States Applause This holt In this state this division of Democracy Into warring factions Is the only hope of the Republican party in this state The Republicans have no hope of winning over a united Democracy but if they can divide Democracy then they may hope for the triumph of a minority over a defeated majority The only hope that they have of electing a Republican senator in this state Is to divide Democracy into warring factions and I want you to understand that if your bolting jeopardizes the election of Joseph C S Blackburn you become responsible for six years of Republicanism In the senate of the United States Ap plauseI In an Income tax I believe it is a just tax I believe the present system by which we collect all the governmentpeace from tax upon cons say I believe the system Is unjust and inequitable because it makes the poor pay more than their share and the rich pay less and I want Jo Blackburn In the senate to vote for an amendment to the constitution that will specifically authorize an Income tax so that neither one Judge nor nine Judges can build a legal bulwark around the for tunes of the great Loud applause niiickburus Vote Needed The Republican party is attempting to retire the greenbacks The Democratic party Is opposed to the retire ment of the greenbacks and I want Jo Blackburn in the senate to vote against the retirement of the greenbacks and a national bank currency because the national banks are seeking to secure from the federal government the right to issue and control the paper money of the country and I want Jo Black burn there to stand for six years as the representative of the toiling and producing masses against the policy of the moneychangers on this money questionThe of the nations stand ard money will be before the senate Mr McKInley sent a commission to Europe to get rid of the gold standard by international bimetallism and the laboring men of England wanted Eng land to helpus and the farmers of USIbutbankers controlled the English govern IIcontrolledEurope through the Republican party is controlling the policy of the United States and I want Jo Blackburn In the United States senate to vote for an American financial policy for the American people Loud applause The trust question will come before that senate The trusts have grownI up with greater rapidity during the last two years than ever before and they seek now to gather all the great industries into the hands of a few irm where a few men can fix the price of all that you buy fix the price of all tile raw material that you sell and fix the wages paid to4hose who convert raw material into finished products You can not annihilate the trusts un til the senate is on our side and I want Jo Blackburn in the United States senate to vote on every occasion for the annihilation of the trusts and the monopoly In private hands We have another question The Republican party desires an Increase In the standing army Mr McKinleyI asked congress to raise from 25000 men to 100000 and the Republican house of represen tatives prompt to do the bidding of a Republican president voted for a bill that raised the army to 100000 and that question is still before the country because that bill was only de i feated by a combination of Democrats Populists and silver Republicans in the senate Want o Larger Army The president and the Republican party still want a large standing army I believe that a large standing army would be not only a burden to the American people but would be a men ace to liberty itself It you want to know the menace of a large army go to France and witness the proceedings of the Dreyfus trial There was an innocent man convicted because the army demanded It and te president had to pardon him because the con viction outraged the sense of Justice tbrougLout the civilized world And now when we have pressing upon us this demand for a large stand ing army this measure that will not only burden the taxpayers but menace American liberty we aye asked to stop and settle the details of a state conven tion before we relieve this nation from this threatened evil The Republican party has gone a step further It is indorsing a colonial policy It is indorsing the doctrine empire Mr McKInley in his speech at Minneapolis the other day said that he bad no doubt that we would permanently hold the Philippine is lands he had no doubt that they would prove a great blessing to us and then he used the sentence to which I want to call your attention That congress will provide for them a government which will bring them blessings which will promote their material interests as well as advance their people in the path of civilization and Intelligence I confidently believe Just change that sentence a little In the place of congress put parliament and after them put the col onists and you have a sentence that wound have expressed the confident belief of King George when we rebelled from the mother country Applause King George confidently believed that parliament would provide for the col onists a government which would bring them blessings and which would promote their material interests as well as advance their people in the path of civilization and intelligence Change the sentence In another way and in the place of congress put cortes and after them put Cu bans and you will have a sentence that would fit the Spanish monarch when this nation interfered to bring liberty to the people of Cuba There is a sentence that shows a clear depar ture from the principles written In the Declaration of Independence and If the people of this state this fall Vote the Republican ticket or so vote as to aid In the election of a Republican ticket the election this fall will be counted as an Indorsement of the prin ciples now actuating the Republican party It will be a declaration of approval of the presidents imperial pol icyI was asked in this letter how I could favor a convention resting upon force and yet oppose imperialism in the Philippine Islands Well my friends I can shoot bear before I com mence to fight mosquitoes Laughter and applause If my home Is attacked by two kinds of wild beasts I will try first to Itlll the most dangerous one and when I have him out of the way I will take care of the less dangerous one Applause Do you tell me that that Louisville convention received Its authority from force You are hero In this state and can remedy that hereafter but when this nation announces before the world that it has abandoned the principles of a republic and indorses the principles of empire you will find It more diffi cult to retrace your steps And then I want to ask how any man who favors an imperial policy In the Philippine islands can find any fault with the application of force any where at home or abroad Laughter and applauseDanger of Imperialism I believe that the Republican policy of Imperialism Is a danger and a men ace to our principles of government and I believe that now is the time when the American people must speak out against the doctrine of Imperial- Ism Do you thirst for the glories of an empire I point you to the history of this republic for the last 100 years and tell you I would not trade the glory of this republic for the glory of all the empires that have risen and ApplauseIfground that It will pay I tell you you uponthatnot prove that materialism would be peopleYouLion of the nations policy down to the low basis of dollars and cents neither can you afford to establish the doc goforthproselyte with the sword Applause uponthesaid that the Lord was in It that He opened the door of the Philippine Is lands pushed us in and shut the door Laughter Who told him so Who has authority to reveal the plans of the Almighty A VoiceMark Hanna Mr BryanWho bas authority to tell us that God has commanded us to engage In a war of conquest i believe in God IT elIeve in His influence over the thoughts and purposes of men but you can not undertake to blame God for every purpose that every man has or for every purpose that even a party may have If I feel In my heart an impulse to take money out of my own pocket and give it to some one in din tress I will trace the Impulse to God but II I feel In my heart an Impulse to put my hand Into somebody elses pocket and get his money for my use I will not lay It on the Almighty Laughter and applause There is another old fellow that I will lay It on Laughter and applause- I am afraid the Republican party has adopted the philosophy of the colored man of whom I once read who was very fond of chicken but not always careful about the observance of ttie commandments He said that when he prayed the Lord to send a chicken to him the Lord seldom did it but when he prayed the Lord to send him after a chicken he nearly always got It Laughter and applause I be lieve the Republican party has prayed the Lord to send It after a chicken laughter and It is trying now to cover up greed and avarice with the hypocrisy that it Is being done for the welfare of the people of the Philippine Islands Christ Before Pilate I read a sermon not long ago thatfimpressed me much I would every Christian might read that ser monoTle minister who wasMr Brown of Rochester N Y took this text or passage which describes the scene where Christ was before Pilate Pilate said to Christ Knowest thou not that I have power to release thee or to put thee to death and taking that text the minister contrasted force and love Pilate represented force Behind him was the Romaa governr ment the Roman legions and Caesar himself Before him helpless and alone stood Christ preaching the gos pel of love and force triumphed They nailed Him to a tree and those who believed In brute force stood around mocked and jeered and said He Is dead and then the minister pointed out how from that day the pow er of Caesar waned and the power of Christ Inereasedand in a few centuries the Roman government was gone and Its legions forgotten whllethe followers of Christ Increased with each passing year until millions now take His name with reverence upon their lips and then the minister said tat In this na tion force and love mtEt face to face and that we are to decide whether this nation would stand before the world as i Pilate representing brute force or as a Christ representing the uplift Ing power of love- I believe he spoke the truth I be lieve that this nation today must decide whether it Is going to be a great moral force rising aria drawing all men unto it or whether it Is going to sink to the low level of the empires of the Old World Let me give you an illustration of ItWhile the nation held aloft this doc trine of selfgovernment and the prin ciples of a republic it dared to express its sympathy with struggling mankind everywhere When Greece was strug gling for her liberty Daniel Webster thundered out the sympathy of the American people and when the Cu bans were fighting to be free congress heard their cries and promised succor and relief but today In faraway Africa In the Dutch republic the Boers are offering up their lifes blood In defense of their right to govern themselves and this great nation stands with Its hands tied and its mouth gagged and dare not offer one word of sympathy Applause Dare Not Sympathize With Boers What a spectacle the greatest republic in all times afraid to say a word and why Because if we expressed our sympathy with the Boers Bngland would cable back What Is the matter with the Filipinos Laughter and applauseI In Jeffersons doctrine of friendly relations with all nations and entangling alliances with none I am as much an AngloSaxon as the aver age man I am part Irish part Eng glish and part Scotch but I am all American I appreciate the friendship of Great Britain I want this nation to have the friendship of every nation But I am not willing that this nation shall purchase the friendship of any nation by being silent when people are struggling for the right to govern themselves Applause I would rather have the love of those few Boers fighting for the right to govern them selves than to Stave the smiles of an English aristocracy trying to crush out liberty Loud applause Here are the questions that are pities ing upon the American people Here are the Issues upon whose settlement depends this nations position through out the world We have been a republic Our light has been shed abroad and it has reached into the dark cor ners of the earth Shall this light go out Shall we abandon the founda tion of the republic and build upon the shifting sands upon which monarchy and empire rest And now when the Democratic party Is engaged In a death grapple with the powers of darkness we are asked to stop in the midst of the fight to settle the details of a state convention Loud applause I believe in the principles for which Democracy stands I believe they are the hope not only of the American people but of the world You tell me you want the American flag to be feared Oh friends I want that Sag to be loved by every human being Cheers You want men to bow their heads in fear of it I want them to lift their laces toward It and see in the stars and stripes the inspiration anti t1as hope that will lead them to battle orlmd give life Itself rather than sacrifice that which makes life valuablelib erty and the right to pursue their hap piness unmolested Applause I come to Kentucky to tell the Democrats of Kentucky that the nation is looking on It is watching to see whether Kentucky is to be with us or against us in the next great fight In 1897 you gave Shackleford 18000 ma jority and if this year you elect a Republican governor you will excite bon fires In the Republican ranks all over this nation If you elect Goebel and those with him on the ticket and then send Jo Blackburn to the United States senate there will bea hurrah In the Democratic ranks frond the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the lakes to the gulf Loud applause