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PratJeDulhUn1 =Frill tltS urtsoNtuIBSON ANI 11O2Q VJCUCY- In tb o hn uilIiu 1aaad Sec FIIce ore vcfd dflQ 7 CHAS O IIOOKER JpETERTNARYW1E Cole 1GraduateelerinluJ Dontltry an t Sterility a dally stable on corner P1r anel AoJOl1tce1t SLreet Ulcbtnaul KiaPY 11 C JdSPJ3RM illIMedicine anti Surgery 1 OflicaPrather Uuddino MaiuSlnsel CattY Ilace Ou CIcphoue Rt red nce tlli BroHdraJ tTtWl1tmm KJNTYCKY H Y VANS r D IGJ YBCIAN AND rfOBOKOM 1 K iCtiUlCHMONO I1AL a 1S 1 DT ae1I 13DPTIIIT01 oUfl KY Jj nlhltnnimcntt OnestrOMc to td- J rj 1LlchLfl3n4 OlllcehJur1I novl7ly O GOOD ClIA- der j WA TEoACTIV colt lit Xeutllcky frold to deliceT wbolesale 110ceV unUblished thaIt exUufletynore000 a pay bank In Ilerience re9tired OUT rcfcrea cezt4lnped en any city 311 Deu veupe flfltlCttlTCoor ep 1 boro Ht Chicago III 1tIAIKfll Uuzl tffO c J C1arge jjot111 u MkI I C LOW Mr Cvington of Giraigton Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the Administrators to take effect January I J9QL In orjjer to ineefcBQE obligations by January 1st itwill be necessary for us to do the greatest business in our career Our stock in this short time must be converted into money and we know of no better or more powerfulway to bring about quick result than njBfc aIo J p T1 IIDJCESAfter a careful consideration we conclude to name such low prices on every item in our store that will cause people to wonder It has taken great deal of courage to do this at the very beginning of the Fall Season But we figure on doing a tremendous volume of business and at the same time f that by giving mighty values that we are going to make many new and lasting customers and increase the prestige of this store for the future You know we know everybody knows that we always have given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall our stock of 11 tXjMENS AND BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS HATS AND Is better stronger and more original than ever before Of course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgment t s iHL CDYINTN MITCHELL f WEs r A STRHET aft eg RICHMOND KENTUCKY W J M7JJ e 7tJi + ee th8E lli71 O 8ii i1 IjF HHOHH8H KENTUCKY ArrtiiisjiTATLiW feb3ly ttYeICrALt1 JPlnWJHS iV Ill li1Ky FREEII entire a a SHOES TRICKS with prices or qualities are not resorted to tO draw your attention or secure your trade Legitimate methods a utopk of excellent quality and Teason able priceS art otir trump cards and we HBO them for tlio mutual benefit of out cUBtpmoWand uutt elv s Our Bppchl sittaction this week Is a tico of high class TABLBtSILVERVARElIiese F J YEAGER Dr Louis II Landraan No 603 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Qlyadon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY J OCT 10 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every phjrticlan of Rich rnnnrfKy waylly One FareRoun 200 Trip Kansas City Y1 Big FourQui- ckest Time Best Dining Car Service Onlr 18 hours and 40 iiymutes k from Cincinnati to KansasvCityt 1t 8 eO tttI o1eeTS8teiuTC 7 Tickets will ho sold Jrorn alLpointson ttit nil FOllr Route onOctober 10 12 nml 14 available fur return Iron Kan sas City on the daUryf exoeution by Jornt gUt t a CTc it fifty edit wilt be eticdiut notrh ter than October 20 at one fiiro nlus 2 00 for the round trip Trains leave Cincinnati fram Central Union ritatloa and entw fec lIu Sover the iiew MerchanU lIriuJiI noillhilZ the tunnel and mikocoipectirnH in- he Jnngniflcciu Unlou P lojj fetI ouia with all western line Iv jnnnatLd33Lm jIim dsoopm J4UA- T H aIIAr 8t Louis 64pu l Cit 7OUUm 711S m 1i30l1m dDally tEXCItttl1l1 I LtheSooth Remem Cinrln- naI in the Central Uufa UtaWit1 lId in St LOIS Jn the Uulon rerst tar7bt lxi tIe world Fzmoa WQCJiJ Train UpCttn l8d lot er ce aadeqlipmtnt rCCIfthe fig Pour- JI unsuipassed Bir Four TicKet Office NW COlt FOURTH AD VINE WARlINJLyHtIl Yr i JItPI O r a 5J Jt I WfJ OI1f ln n 0 ANNOUNCEMENT Tog COCJITT GLEBE We are authorized to announce 8ANFOUD subIWe are authorized to announce ARCH sucjecttoWe are authorized to announce C M BAY BURN a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party We are nntlxriied to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of tbo Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B WAL KKH a caadidzte for County Clerk subject to thi action of toe Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M MILLER aeardidate for Connty Clerk sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoFOR SDERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Uheritf of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W 3ALLAQD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aetbCrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Modlaon county cabject to the action of the Democratic party We are nthorlzed to announce P BBROAn DES a candidate for Hherift fit M dl oncourity smbJecUo the ctiutloflbe Democratic party roll ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce MARTIN GREEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action pt the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo critic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to Ute action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Q W DEATH1ERAGE a candidate fur Assessor of Madison county subject to the fiction of the Democratic party We are Authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Ysnesaor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAB L BAKEU candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR jAitan We are authorized to announce PETER G PARCISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce N D JONES as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party Vd are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Taiier of Mndison county subject to the action ol the Democratic party FOB SCHOOL IIUPKBIIfTJIUBfTI We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS i for re nomination for the office of operlnt ndent of County Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authoring to announce REV A J TRIBLE aBdlda for County School flu 11 subject to the action of the Democral1Cp1rtye to snntizince OWEN J YbUNGalcaadiiUta for superintendent of Public ac sble1 to th of the 4jTXmiocratic patty fJfifH ST i i f Lincoln Democrat Drniraist Bob McRobnrtfl at Lancas tel ottered v prize of f5 m gold to the farmer who woUtJp1ton exnibition at his dtOttt Mdnthty20curolLOm tlmt three iudgeo Wcwrs Cal Neviua anti Luther Gilbs would sa deserved the Drjvo Thflreworc 18eij itrleRptuI the clisplaywse txceIleiit II Robinson got first jrif Jlardson ThuroUuI the econl rze of W anil H T Elkln tl itt or JitnpYtlOliQr- ablo ineuti nto stujw that Te was in thoiiRht Trio J3 that Mr BlKn heat howevor were each so l1odthat his was a great victory rhe fact that the three winners farms adjoin onjrht to raise the prico of liud in neigh- borhOod we t rjivoffeqtlltr wonltj tiftlt1Oftt atti1Ujt werent tot tb1l1rn jh9rM A TRUE PICTURE State Democratic Platl urml Kentuckythe ptililicbuildingu lule in tile Utsclmixe of hip duty to tilt ttute stricken down by an ali Bifld bullet fired from thu Executive ituildiug thou ucuupiud hy hia jiliii iyhisinland surrounding the buildiut win armed neu instructed to aefy tho civn authorities zttid pi event statch lur t Iou nrtsasaiu the tiauiu political aUvernMv anti Republican pretetnler by force tiiC solving tuu LcKlblature in violation f the Constitution i AtleinptiiiK by mili tary power to tho Lej l latuie to meet in a veritable alaujtuterprn lrthe Democratic inembere driving in members through the streets of Frank Iwetblypiatokeepingmen unoer the very window of the room where lay dying the asiwviiiis victim driving the Cmirt of Apiieala hillJ ptliitntthoee10 lIeu from justice i the same Kepubli can pretender fleeing front the estate fugilivetlleUJlitalthe people of the State 1 am a citi lawslainevurbe a fugative iron justice When over indicted 1 shall appear lor trial HARD TIMES COMING Paris Neml With coal st4 porcart loadtho folks who blew Iii iheir money on excur sions this bummer may have some trou ble in keeping warm winter Thotiu who refused work may be allowed to gut hunitryalso during the cold weather The shiftless and idlers are going to see trouble when they apply fur char ity Q = IIIfa Woman I n put out a fire aba doesnt beapon oil and wood She throws i onwaterknowlrgthatwaterquenchea fire When a woman wants to get well from oUseases peculiar to her sex JJ she should not add fuel to the toe already burning herlife away She I not take worthless drugs and JJ 2 potions composed of harmful narcotics and opiates They do not check ci the dbeu etheydo not curelithey- zimti add fuel to the fire K Bradfield Female Regulator should be taken by every woman or girl who has the slightest susption of any of the nil meat which af filet women They will ply be wasting time until they take itThe is a purifying strengtheningtonic attherootiof the diners and cures because ltdorsnotdrtR iIIe It eradleaua It It stcpI fallngof lbe womb inflsmroution in4 periodical suffering ir fCtilar or pltnnl leostroatlon and by doing ill this drives nvay the andred and one aches and alns which drain health lad blity happiness and ood trapet from many a Women It is the ono remedy shore all others which woman should now about and ass 810O iwr btHle at any drill store Snd fur free Wuilratc4 luuk ne 1Jr fM Wor AtfAtlaG o ot- r i e ffP T ffi5 f P I liJLfjff Y lt I 1 l9s i l Get fat yrrt r v arid plump there is sutuiy i i lta s tiitnmcr h tr jyjrtocd otntfr iC3fli to try your biuhral Fall is 112 tIC to t7ce curscif But tLtc rJt tilcky Icok out i Look out icr colds specially Scotts Emulsion f Cou Liver Oil is the subtlest ot helps It h food the casicsr oocl In the wcrid i it is more than food it helps you digest your food and get inure nutri ment from it Dont get thin there is safely in plumpness Man woman and child Ji3npleItaBOWNYC V rein Slrrrt New York joe aud 100 all drnjzut THE FUU DINNER PAIL AGAIN New York Journal An unreasonablocorreepondeut writes apupoe of recent editorial on the truentlyWhya pound for sugar today when three Ulunthlillo I bought it for five cento Let the Republicans answer that Of course that is easy Our correspondent pays two centa extra for his sugar so that Mr Havemeyer have a full dinner pnll with cracked ice and other things inside Two cents more or less for pound of sugar is nothing to any liberalmined American house keeper but it ineaus a great deal to Havemeyer when it is multiplied by 70000UOO consumers And what a difference of three cents a gallon in the price of kerosene Noth ing merely a mutter of two or three patriot shoes for the children in the course 01 a year lint to Mr Uockfeller it means a full dinner pail It to bring his income upto6O0OO00O 1 vea anti enables us to say with priile that one plain American citizen who payees lJlllt1clUIIChtint earnings of his fellow citizens than all the sovereigns Enipe couibined Cet froth their subjects If the JlepubliiMii policies can he kept uude way four years longer Mr Hockfelleru Full Dmnt r Pith will bajr wonder It already contains the entire oil business of the country and much of the iron lOpper shipbuilding naviga tion railroHil jmd baukinc linsinuca In snottier four years of JUcKinley the Government of the United tstei will helt6elII pro nut the s1iJlh teat senso in QUI lon excurrtion of 12000 miles to the Philippine Jslanda There we have no aiquuiiitiuices or amnltltg or aOytliintc which gives promise of 4 olu iInduirtttkitiirOlda fit and against otir 6xi editfms and arHficcs in those which do not promise anythinc mater fat or mortal to reimburse tin They are nonrly half away the world US The cllmatn istdeadly Tho nftttre bow they do not wwit m ly the to4truig e with which be flght KB They we making a striion ftghV John Sstoerman formerly SJecrelwry of 3tfttji J Wssfl mau1siotjin trIqk aa- w CLz4cgth Y IsS AN IOWA INSTITUTION Few penplcin this vicinity are aware of the magnitude of ho biifilierR of tlio Chamlwrlriin Medicine tompany of Des MoiiieH Iowa a Muall be ginning It has grown into one of the most important industries in that State and is a source of pride to Iowa people Chamberlains Cough Remedy and Ubainherlans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy are staple through out the United States null in many ore lm countries and it Is especially gratifying to know Unit hoy are worthy of their popularity The Medicine Company use in one year over forty car lands of bottles twentyone car loads of lumber for packing cases and fifteen car loads of printing paper for advertising mat ter over four hundred barrels of the finest quality of loaf sugarare used each year in the manufacture of Chamber lains Cough Remedy In tljeir printing department eleven printing presses are constantly in printing their advertising matter labels and directions Directions for use are printed in twentyeight Ian guace 1laey employ thirtysix Bales men thirtvtwo of vel in the United States and four in foreign countries and have over one hundred employees in their They are now building a new labora hIghfittoilappliances This will enable them to capacityThey globeHereEngland r consider Chamberlains Conch Remedy the best in the world for bronchitis It has saved my wifes life she havine been a martyr to bronchitis for six years being most of tint time confined In liar bed Slip is now quito well William Savory No 52 Foster street Warrington England A Thousand Tonsurs Could not express the rapture of An nie E Springer of ll5 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption hal completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many rears lund made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal CureU soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly Komethinjrl can scarcely remember doing before 1 feet like sounding its praises through out the Universe Ho will ever Ole who tries Dr Kings Jvew Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and 100 Trial boltle free at Perry Thomas Drug Sthieevery bottlo guaranteed 5 If a Republican tells vou that It in g01 thing to have a large KUifiding Drill you tell him that until this cain- IHigU titus Ki ulilicniiK havfl always ixiinted Iu the advantage in hut having a large army remind Ite publicaii that whtnaUpllfJlilan Iresi diit went tiflhm had an armv of 5000 soldiors and that saute Prrjiicfeat arked fur H stauidin army of soldiers in December 1SJS four lillleK the size of the stanulitij aiinr wittin he rEoniudhimimperialism we will never hvo a finaller army than we have JIoIWilliam J Bryau Thai ThrebIuNadarke jruBedDrless merits for Sick Iud Nervons Head aches They uiake pure Uow anti strong flerves and biiild apynair balth tenISXOTJuetrouble with theoIhar bit luiI tbt It Is RUc1 Putpz1tJ YrQnt 1fH piae h1 THIS dfD TIT There rciiuiinr 11 one course open to him 1uylor IIIIIIIct In to return as fucii ub lie CIIII vviiik boldly and brave ly into court and nibxl the indictment like a inaii A iiyotlur course would be rank iiijiiKticK not only to hinmelf butt to thuse of IsIs friend who have bten accUted ofii fllnlII crime Iun nut know whether imlictniHiit line been found ngaiiiot Mr Tiiylor but I have no doubt it ii is lint 1m will promptly surrender himself jolt the Imiuls of theI- R and believe thin any intimation to the contrary doe him justice ExUov Bradley April 22 Once for all I dftire to say neither directly nor indirectly had 1 any rout nection with the assassination of Semis tor Goebel 1 am a cilizenof this State amenable to Its laws Iain not a criminal nor shall I ever be a fugitive Jrom justice Whenever indicted if such an outrage should be committed I shall appear for trial conscious of my juno cence and of the ultimate triumph of right and justlceW S Taylor April 7 Mr J as C Bryan lisa a tomato vine running up the side of his house that is eight fet wide and ten feet high and he his counted on it over 150 tomatoes He says ho got tired of counting and quit It is quite a cnrosity and dem onstrates th fact tlmta tomato vine will climb as long as It has to clinch to just like a pollticianLlnc- oin Democrat 1SPTION Do not think for a single moment th at- consumption will ever strike vou a sudden blow It does not come that wayIt creeps its w along First you think it a little coldnothing but a little hacking q cough then a little loss in weight a harder Ii cough den the lever jj and the night sweats i Better stop the disease creepingBetter 0 today I You can do It with ehetrwQtorI The pressure on the chest is lifted that feel ing of suffocation is removed and you ire cur ed You can stop that little cold with a 25 cent bottle harder couzhs will need a 50 cent size if Its on the lungs the one dollar size will be most economicali ArerCherryowhyoaStity7oe 1Io11 ar M I JQ 4 1iII 1ofla4hsen lows Utlfe 0 FURNITURE 1il 1 IT IS OflTH e WHiLE III 1 1 j To inspect our stock to take time tea1and look leisurely through ourIIstore Our line ofs 1Th XtR- C I Of all grades is now complete and the lowtprices as well as the articles are sure to give satisfaction t1 Chamber Suites Oaks or Mahogany also odd 1 Bedsteads fIron Beds handsomely brass trimmed best of Workmanship Couches tufety upholstered in velour tapes r 1 try and leather v Rockers a home comfort in largevariety I 1 jYj Chiffoniers Odd Dressers and Stands Extension Tables Sideboards Dinning Room JChairs Baby Carriages and GoCarts light strong and durable And many other bargains too numerous to mention I Carpets 1 mrbknL w tJiAND MATTIN SIAt Cost for Cash t Under the directidQ of t Mr Milward G I Brown II I H JO1 311JOpLIN I Night hotle I J 6 Day Phone 73 ti rN TT TTlu-N V F pE i4h = t 1 A kU I iL i TT1 LSI dQePnl j The Richmond u Climax iflEItY T3j9OOt=live room cottago for rent price fl0 per inouih Apply to D1LI EVANS augistf The wills of K J Ililxo J j Ka nntzar and French lipton wore pruu batiM Monday Natural prudiiit water mill flour- atlll J iuitIul t II A lllltnr rlcery id Streeton Sec angltf- Mr Marslwll Uavls of JpBamjri5 pirriii r20fnnln8 hiiv court Miihii ii 1r1Cli Irini iq to 50 14tlav Natural i r nlnrtwliilw not as wldte patent lliir s iniirli ei lor fur ail at R A Iaxlor otihollli strnr angltf i I II s Sriit prp vd to do nil fciihlNf Irtiiilnsr toni SI jciir ia ladien alll jII liriiV ilntlnil alrti CHII It ion it any iiiui 5t p8i iII IWll Zlri lis lltMgned his wfi liiocUs UrMSHiiJ will jilt It1ItiTIoltbind tiiecontHnr Mr A I iliiraud Mrs Adarcns Hooper daughter uf D Turpin of I nion City will bo united III nijirriHgn this afternoon at 3 oclock Roy A Jm Trtblile will officiate Lifn InnuraiiiM policies boauht for caitajc1 running undo paid up twiji i s H H STOUT 5scpSt Ilicluuond Ky We understand that Mr IrvinelFratlier formley of this city hut wit tin Lfxinirlon Investment Co hlU- leelu1 a lucrative xixitioii with u llnrijf i inn WI congrvtulutu Irvine on Ins IcrVPlsiiccrss TIt Statidiinl Oil Co has made n cnnsiltrahlo reduction In their selling I prt s fur ctul tie oils Oil the following rekiniwn brands Castor Eid irndo Knjrine Atlantic Red Eu v and oIsr Ked KiiKine It numtday tliirt day drunks and misde 111 aaora wire thi priucipie causes qnd cotllll1ll1 till shupe nf line and costs wan liierailv Hduiiiisttied by Judge Ilti Mr A W Adain addressed the Waco Democratic Club WedII tidn l rl t iast His speech wan in keeping jwi1 in prindplo of tuft Democratic i party and was pronounced by tknsn wii vire fortunate to hfJ present to nxs any of Isis lonner addrestiCR IibU Tie AIIf Mr ii W SturdovantI- M was fairly vlL attHiuletl and 1rg u iNliviiy HiKdivolliiihoU8i3 an1 fnir acres land was jiiiirhitspd Riuiil Terrill fur ilX Mrs Io- eJIrs jmriliased finn driving mare for ft tanning In islcui sits vehicles CklIIhl guwmt II tHilini of Fmnkfjf theR fi famed witn in the nlpI murder r cii is Kiiendiog a few ilaye with his fat er lifre 1I roiuilniely refuses to Uiik Mr ublication until takes the s mil iii IiimSui behalf wisislv tying tuut tne liust 1 for man in trouhl t iii out ii 10lIy dead and say n mug Mr t ulioiis father resides IITO anil is a highly rtFpectcd citizen anl Ins ninny would be glad to- Sf liis bun ittaliiittli his innocenso Hun W T Tevis informed the MX Mondny that every Democrat theta intiiniiid us that time ilddress of the f 1111 It W Mill r lat Wednesday ijjlit wa rlth1wilh great eiithnKi aiii Mr U II Tomliiisoii of IIIIIMH Llr will address tie Club to niglit 1Jmt Hiiirh intcrrst as in lining tnkrii in u variout Clnhn of the uiniy will m rhe Deniouritt a great virtory ar ills in N ivetubcr iiwiu hai airivid wliHiiRtrantKrfi herIcji1 and uifor to makx you a suit of Ii t 1Ii or a pair if pantx nt runiarkanlv toI linr riiHfoniuii uiiillfiueii will Jt1I Minr orliT and snnd you cheap jrIV mad units or pants instead of re f u nindu puhlfi Home iniliirtry 1SCi ill Ii eiteitrtgomlat all tiinca se ii HiMtl your money away from J minil Wllll vou can get better re es Kiilts at IIOIIID fir the Kanm Hiiiount I liiv ihriiliid to iiialcu a rfdnctioli of 10 ry p r ieiit ttuimd f per rent on ill Ililt cash on delivery f uond St i l utiollIUIIlllloU1ItIllll1 examine liV sII1Ih amid Lt lmrice before ruin riMWiiMe- ItespRctfnlly S pi i 2m UHMMS JACOIIS IforSale j Ti u good Jer ey cows for sale all piviii milk Js J NKMI wAOr Reduced Hates via L jHon to lx xin ton Hiil return Octo i vi I to IS nicliisivH leliiniing until O uinr 15 mucctiiit of Trots It nporlinl ChngdTo My Friends and Pat rOils I luvu aiiitril po itiin with Dr QItni stint al who want denial work lIt ilo tinner than mull there Jt Sincerely VUIIM 2 iI2t Finns S SMITH ox Supper lroqYf x Dir Krid iv nighu lltolmr d to e N tor Ilid pllrciiu5e ofa bchuol iiy A wik mitiiiig prIX hand i gold set ring will isa u fcaluro IrGiv canuiCounty Pflniry In1ovcccrtI H a iiieini of IM ToUscanilat s fur county ollices 1iltuiy nijjhi It was de iiil Jd with 1 cnusetit ii tlii Ciniiiiy Committee iivve the primary rill Jheso posivions in Novuinhor This It it atiulsi liMa UI it sorrytic t gCIIUlnttll1 locruuet jThoW T Dames Sate Barnett report dust a large rr nlmtlt5iiI isis uilu latlhursllav cII inn= llry Vcuthier biul- t cl1I tVai ut4 tlir ass Cult Id hO 4tpcCtt8l- P iirec4h Luuill hrqJlIht J one thu1tt 3S one liors5tm 1 rows IIndip j t J perhfiru 149 nt heap Till farm of 114 I cres of laud including dwelling reut inhluleinentsacut at a sacrifice 1 Democratic cluborai1Iz at Irvlns = 5q enthuRiaKticjclnb wnn organized aI rvuuitu night with the 111111 Ul1keii T O VnncJn themt itidn FurIsr IWeill Wusl Vice- e1ideW JJJl1Ier irll Vice PrlSidelf EO Pustkurutar Sini- t IczJloe Treauury Slut Ilezursue M M Miller and W uhumnwlutFisuaiee A liurniiiitten TIC Club alopteJ tliuSti e id The J B Ise Doiiinirntji iliilf jnhiiii of Sour 1t11111110 fut i hrcsi tlrvtbill htiuhhitts Fuiincjiiih galps r1sCCJunty ir C hAJurSee fo Qirogram oJ Teachers Assoclalfon OWIIl is time program of tho ers Awocialion tJ beid at 1 ceton Ky October C lOOt iatlO30 m A otionalxercls r S Cude J Address of woScotne MLt Stella UUCIiO ReC111l1 r Jiuui 8nhtIIn Ase1athIitY Needs of connnoiijiCschoolB h W LuiterJDaum Estridge Noon Dinner t Lrs1tIouiI N 1odul- VliHtyl relation doeutlictcaclier bear to IuntflrihS such how seGurQtiIelr coop trllIIIIIRMn Yocum Minnie o ijiltM 0 DiMipliMe Irofe Frost r8cl T J iHnzclwo d S applriinetitaty jaiHiei1f8 value1 tilgtIt Niniuie f Ot1 Plmpor nce u trlftt tILrArI i t c i i fII 1s rln pi J Iil a I JudjeInwill beouuul the uuuiuuouuu1 uf Mr R HCutiflty Judge 6ubtct t partyewort v anti well qualified W thehjICh buleforttrounds I11C1cnlcy of the cnuntvcjI1 have noj elect bearersin Mr itfLroklfAn Evenfag ulMusicI chaltrKrhn f Itrltinird gitsit1illtJtherClII 111LfIHlreni itau1 fIIIMilling impressed the auliemo s rrtutueiutgin itl IUelltl prodigious musical twmor and thue pHRsionmeiiitQllectUality of tin groat luiinuIfaJ he pings riuil rendiugnof Miss tyur andmanycan wako thesouls deep stsbng instinct i eutmmyuupnthyMake sweot melody sing mnuv SullieS that thou mayest be remoiuber ed We are greatly indebted to the Prin cipal of Institute not only for these inimical treats but tor thus ran evryIInoEDERSPNALIr W IJ Bcgga was in th city court lay Miss Mary Coyld was in Nichalosville today I Mr Jblm Power of h swas here yesterday Mr ThosP Emlny of Faycite was in town court day Mrs D P Ariher is visiting friends in Kansas City asheleMrs V II Holison has returned from n visit to Louisville I Mr and Mrs S Nuville rroberi y were here yesterday Mr If Jr Deatherrpq is back from a visit to relatives in Illinois Aiss Margaret Chenanlt will visit Lexington friends tillS week tevernldnvtMr Fresh L Grinsread is back from a months vacation at Pctrosky Mat J W firing ishonme from a visit to iielhy county relations Mr aunt Mrs Elmer Deatherago aro vbmitiuug relatives in lcxlnttoll Mr John W Tnrley is at home from a viAJt to her parents at Winchester Mr Earl Smith has returned from a hnsincHi trip to the Ozark Mountains Mr J C Harbour has gone to Baltimore to complete hit course in pharmacy Miss Ikittie Tuilor of Kirlwvillo is time guest of her Aunt Mrs C T Jack eon Mrs Susie G Stewart of GeorKetoxvn Id visiting her sister Mrs French Tip ton Mersrs Ales Logan aud Maurj WukeUohl ot Snelbyvihitu were licrtJIast week Mrs LauraThoinpson of Mt Sterling is with her daughter Mrs Neale Bcnneit Dr and MrsCE Smoot havo re tiirucd from a visit to AIay vilie and unlsdlle Ue rearet to learn that Messers Joe and Overtim Evans arts confined with malarial fever Mrs R Gentry has returned from from an cxtifudiit visit to relatives in Kstill county MI ilayniB llart Jiis returned from a jda Knt visit UiMis Estell Poyntz In ltuerliiig I Mr David Hell of Sliolhyville line retnnifd to Central Univertsiiy to cow ploto hi studies Mr Jlidniaii Keonon nf Harrods burg C U OJ was herO Saturday mix jug with old friends Mialv thnrBurniiii after a pleasant visit to telativcd here limos ruulIlItd to her house inFr iikfoit The Sipnii Alpha KpsilorlFraternity gave an enjoyable impromptu dance in their hull 1rKttiy nijiht- Mr Charles Norton Mourning of 1u1l1illl11 popular old O U boy vis lied old friends here last week Mrs J 15 McGinn and daughter Miss Bessie of Versailles were guests last week of Mrs G E Lilly on Main Mrs 11 1 Duty and daughters Miss Hauna and Elizibwth returned Saturday toni a weeks visit to relatives in Boyle county Miss Uaisv Olarkof Coyingtonafter A pleasant visit to her t Clark ul near Valley View returned homo last Week Messes Itodney Quinby Duncan Taylor and Horace Itedmon of Paris spoilt Sunday with Mi8se3FueuyBauih man and Mulish Miss Katherine Schmidt will Lave on display ft haudtom line of fall pattern nats lit tier opening on time llth and 12th Mud desires alt tier friends to call on her before purchasing Mrs riue Prewitt niter a pleasant visit to relatives at Richmond has re turned to Itxill ton anti is with her sis ter Mrs WriltW Scott on West Thnd- treet LexintonK jerld Creek1tiithlsofflce Monday Mr White will bp remembered to our reader as the nu hor of the Bilek Creek recent ly reproduced in these columns from an old copy taken from tho Estill Fagle the notice of the above wedding tbirf gentleman luau conti billed recently to the CJISIAX among which was beautiful cribnte to the old Confederate Chaplain Prof Desha Pickett Mr Vhitij is a writer of widespread reputation the fluid from his u has painttd pictures of nature and chronicled events in language that the foremost writers of this itate oUV RELrlQIOUS Rev Wilson A Eisonhart of Chicago ham been called to the Second Presby terian Church ansi will begin his Work next Sabbath October 7 As he comes autrangcr into our midst we bespeak a welcome for him not only the Christian people but entire com munity All lire most cordially invited to attend these services BIRTHS VgtnixTo the wife of Chits Vcn able of Speedwell Thursday Iasta fine girlAllio t YATiis1 To the wile of Collins Yates nearJ pendeHoriJptetiibeir20 a 10 pound girl DATHSmj juosvoMr J111oi O Bronston diedSaturdf y uiuhtof n complication of troublt ituuldent msldiie lie val itytwo7ears ofag antI I much j HQ ttjayei six children to mobrif his loss He was buried in the Richmond Cemetery Monday illternoon riuLFiNsmE2Mr Fred Slulflnger oitU SamlaXof aStrpko ofparalyiiiij tonic tlinemnco lie easeul 1bntcherdav afternoon t un chiWren survive Jifpu- Wvarr8 0n Thursdav last Mr Ernest AVagtjrn sited df consninption at his home in Covlngton Deceased has been hopelessly for some tune PMt dull dlnl oas not unexpected waa bright manly boy of about twenty years and leaves many friends In thIS cjt3 iuts home to mourn his tow lIfe Hther Mr AmbroseWagere tad bis entire faunilybava the in pa wy M tl eJMJI om1UR8lty IB their bervsseIit t 11 Day el Democracy Hundreds of loyal Democrats from nil inthocourthOllso b tlln anutuuuIcnIuueiut that they Wer to CawllbdlCallFrank leake ot ShelbyvlIJu relllJlleoJJurlltJautllucrdcy tryinu lit tiulve the tllllltWUIIkDlwuilnrCaiijrjll Hjnikw jisvf ml dahe PhitthIcuouiietthtut tOhiutumuuuhluug l If hullttl- III tIeliu the pii n amlmeIuce r1ullluuljIJ1Mcf NuvlwlttrhUUiIII Jhllduiiu III HlfulJ1r resign if innrJera tit UeoMKsiuuUpnj an thin polls kit u asiiehig a BpotinM tlfhllUtl1Ifoitrred 10 JJrviiu jouhicy over tile country in tilt inieiest lit tight and panpierev peopleTaking n iUIIIOIlhllU1nllclquta tout coni euKate fur thtj nselesb lhuitippinemsTtue want ezpaiibitii rr nile inn to limit tnuk they HIO Cur Contraction not ex pnrtarlorJjIcunIu1kcklulllIhighlystud nerve for a young uian and lau led whuliadi Contituttuitunthortalityhe asserted would live as long as the world did The Uotsbel law he said thlbreakersthe majority the Democrats have onlytlJilliUepubicansHellcnCluncftJ who were on a pleimure to Indiana aunt said tlrou hYcrkes be a gentle mUll yet lila polities are against him for no malt should be elected on a pardoa platform In conclusion Mr Cantrfll rustle n powerful eloquent preoration pleading with his audience to help Kentucky redeem hcrnelf and elect Hryan and iiectlium in Movcinber lly the time Mr Catuilll concluded his argumeiit the crowd was too ast nccommodllteBUhouse yard where Mr Peake spoKe from the band stand Hon J Tevis Cobb introduced Mr Pcake who then sailed in and made A most effective and forreaching forjrood address Mr 1eake began by appealing to the judgment and reason ot his audience RepublicansPoptihists saying it was not the righteous but siuuers whom Christ came to call to repentance He then took up Mr Me s of acceptance ned rid dled it thoroughly McKinley he said advocated eiM rts rather than imports now said Mr 1eake no conutry ever prospered when it sends out and does nut take in tho llepublicaos desire to increase our dependence and decrease independenceMcKinley Mr Peake speaks of the great good we have douse in Cuba but he says nothing of the stealings of Rathboiie Neely and Co The speaker e plained how the trusts fix price ot what we both buy null sell awl how McKinley and Hauna are protecting them lie showed how tIme ship building trusts ask higher prices than Kuglisb ship builders and conae ijuontly how Auiericstn uierchanis have W go to England and have their cheaploJlItIeut provides that the people sleahl pay out of their luwu pockets enough to cover the balance between tho firms of dillereut nationalities so time Trust firms could Jet the job Mr Peake then that English syndicates had been per mitted to buy large tracts of land in our country anti had imported foreign thercjtbishcown American ground but American mlideiplain duty to give the Porto Ricans free trade in but lees Ulan three months he changed his mind because the Sugar Trust threatened him and for their benefit passed time Infamous Porto llican bill under which the Porto lticans can make no headway against the Sugar Trust opposition und consequently thousands of barrels of eugar are rotting in Porto Wean fields and their owners starving because owing to the high tariff they can find no market for their sugar Taking upthe ltiihippiuc question Mr Pease Republi cans used to be against slavery but now they are trying to ten million Filipinos and that war in the Philippines is daily killing American boys whom Trusts forced out of employment ot home In our treaty with Zulu Islanders said Mr Peake McKiu ley allows tlib Sultan to have as many poorIobertshas two Coming down to State affairs Mr time Republicans thought ii was alright Jell Davis to be handcuffed and 100000 to be offered for his capture when Lincoln val killed but what a gr st howl they raised when a pair of sliver bracelets was put on time delicate wrist Mr Martyr Powers and 5100000 cOwed for n gang of cnttbroata and assassins lIe ended his rQmarks by exhorting all Democrats and all voters to cast ttieir ballot for Win J Bryan the modern andpuftbin the hands of honest aud honorable rulersOn request of the business men of the who were unable to hear Mr Peake in the afternoon he kindly con sented to speak again that night and a Jutheredinwarded with another1 sterling Iemo cratec oration on the same ueueral lines as his afternoons addtefs lie was introduced by Mr Clarence K Woods Misunderstanding Mr II H Kent desires us to state that he was not arrested and put behind tho bars In London last week as is the genera impression here He iverybillhlschcckswaspresented for payment 1m had to re DepntySimeriffColver and paid Jt We are glad toget the true version of the affair and hope be fnjllttil II Narrow Eicap While returning from Panola Sun belongiiigtoMr and Mrs R L Gentry Messrs Ansil and Chas Miller and their Tfivef and Mr B D Gordon and two children coming down It steep JrnolaW88 overturned ansi the party spilled by the breaking of the poll and the confusion of the hortsBy a marvel- oUs streak of lU the horses became disengaged from the wagon thereby ipreventing a runamiy and wrious paintuiyother members of thus party got oil lecomnufriuumtenect rightingthocopper wire Bhifteuoiigli was made to calamityitno harm WM done but Its safe to wy JI9ifIdrivllJJMIy a ftma f The most stubborn cases of Broach Itis enccumb to Coufeena Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry ami Thomas nets 1m Another Accident Mr Walter Todd fell from a harts loft on hisplace last Saturday and sustained arious injuries breaking an arm and a leg Dr Gibson is attending him Hiid ho Is receiving the best of care t ofliimthv ansi hopes for his rapid return to onvne cence Hitter fighting nines not ncrrearily mean p nonftl abase or unsavory rp marks Kpep your temper Work for t enuviciutiitwstk SI1CleFBIthut von fin relief for tlmt in Dr lHld wellUSvrtip Pepsin which Is pnaran eed by tlrtixslHta seplLlm Sonclhlnj Remarkable prlflIcllIlIaUllhoort a WIlonged unhlosoonllndMlljur jorIeslresfrom Jackson nod Rockcastlp counties where he thinks be has found gold stud Mzmjrliesdies orlifeAd Hnrhino will revigorate a weak stomach and PO improve digestion as healthPriceKentucky Trots Fun great Kentucky Trottintr Horse ita11I11openinJlion is this year under the able manage ment of Mr R P Stoll who as Presi dent will be its IpRllin spirit In the dischargn of isis duties he will he aided bv Secretary H W Wilson to whose efforts much ofthe success of the meeting will he due 75000 will be given away in purses and many famous FutnirityPrasisylvania and others will ho hoth contested by time game equine wonders The sport will last two weeks and fortunes will doubtless be lost and won on the re sults All out for the races Two Candidates for the Insane asylum saved themselves from the stomachs troubles that drive folks crazy by taking Dr CaldwellV Syrup Pepsin It is jruarantecd to cairi every form of stomach trouble Sold bydrucgist s pl2lm Detective Baxter Mr John Baxter the wellknown ex Collector of this city has developed into an auieteur Nick Carter of dune novel dctrctlvn fame Last Friday morning on finding himself minus lila rrtitch which he remembered to have laid in his room the night previous he cast his eagle eye about lila place of abodo the Roberts House and the in habitants and attaches thereof in search ofit clue to his missing timepiece Upon mature cogitation IIP be thought himself of n suspicious looting stranger from Estfll county who had passed the previous night at the Roberts caravansary On the strength of thus Fiirmtpp accompanied by Mr Hobert Terrill he betook himself In hot search of the unknown who hall depart ed with the crack of dawn Out the Irvine pike he journeyed till he reached the rural static iu where hA pulled up to refresh man RIIiIHt Illtlejmrened was even thou within the village tramps and a clofe insppctlon revealed doorwayOnnoticed to throw some object beneath the floor of a dwelling which on inves tigation proved to be the watch in question This Appeared proof posh tire of the and he was promptly apprehended by Mr Terrill given over to the tender mercies of Jailer Lackey The gentle mans Paine is Elms Spicer agpd 20 and resides near Millers Creek Estill connty His address is liable tochange later though depending on his PUCCR c with a jury He nllIIPIIlhlLt ho won crapsbuthis loosing visavis save that he was a son of Ham Mr Baxter Is now rejoicing in the recovery of his sundial and thedtscoverv wujheAll hall Detective Baxter If you dont feel quite well try bottle oh Hoods Sarsaparilla It is f wonderful tonic and invigorator V will help you It Monthly Distribution ol the Richmond Branch ol the Lexington Investment Company The local office is miller the altmanagement of Mr Lewis P Todd under whose elliciPut control the bind ness U prospering and wldnnlnu daily Mr Todd is a courfeonx captslle gen tleman his company a gixxl and safe one no if yon are looking for a good In vestment call and see him at lila office in the Collins Building EANCATER amt pclamt reedLuclnn Grant 70 2 10 Mrs Wm G Anderson 311CJ 10 5i- tViii It Burton 70 8 10 150WmWALTON A N Jones i 210 C 30 LEXINGTON Mrs Charlotte Carter 70 2 10 00RMiss M Larkin 350 1050 RICHMOND CORC D Miller C E Sihoot 80 Mrs CE Smoot 140 4 20 Mrs C A McGee 1 4 80 Mrs C A McGee 1 80 5 40 Boen Bros 120 8 60 L L Frazee 4 00 12 00 50WmSamuel Rice 120 3 60 Samuel Rice 3 50 10 50 S N Moberley 1 40 4 20 Mrs Minnie Gentry 120 3 60 Mrs Lucy Mann 1 80 5 40 N B Deaaherage 30 00 00 00 Mrs R G Etude 60 80 80Robt50WattsChasJurnammO 50 Miss Annie McKee 8 00 9 00 John W Rock 14 00 42 00 R Leo Davisi 2 20 S 60 W R Oaks i 3 00 9 10 Joe Statilfer 60 l so Toni Stanifer 50 I Hi- asJ J McCarthy 180 ii 40 J Lin Ballnrd 3 00 9 00 Miss Marie lingers 00 3 00 John C Chen l1lt 3 00 8 00 Clarence E Woods 3 60 10 50 60Mrs60RevMrs Hettio M Fmzep 70 210 HYATlSVILLE 80Wm1WANKFOKT 2100MissMrs Emma M SetThli 10 0 30 KINGSTON- Dr W U Martin 3 00 9 00 BRASSF1ELD Perry Rose 60 180 WAC- OHenryDeatherage2 50 750 VALLEY VIEW 8QMrsIIKhI1valuabliipre sktulearingthewo lPr 45 wMi l Mil Tito M dcOlm tr The NonIrritating Cathartic Basj to tate easy to operate Hoods Pills temperthatlintel Wnntrd to Lick Tilt Spoon INDIANAPOLIS INn Nov 10 PEPSIN SYRUP Co ketIinJhOIiFeCorout Dr Jaldwella Hyrup Pepsin We find liotliitiu to It for stumach trnntilm and inycliildren like it MIllas randy One niuht recently my wife wflss jrivpn n mioss In ourbaby ii years old end Nclda our little Llr4yeart old cried for sonic too Hey mamma told lies she didnt need and she silt Cant I lick the ppoon It is mi plniftant to take the effects arp no snoil w little to bo without Dr Cat wellH Syrup Pepsin Yours fruIt LAKE f WKKTIIRRS Mirr Enterprise Hotel Sold by drnpgust sop2lm The fit blttch of the cranberry ill causing the turkey to wear a worried took Advice of Friends FIJANAOAN Kv 17 1000 Joseph F Lane of this place was trou bled with dyppepsia fern number of medicineicntladvised by frionds to try Hoods Sar saparilla and did po and one bottle of the medicine seamed to put his stomach in perfect conditiiin He says be feels like a flaw man lie has recommendp the mpdirine to lute sister for scrofula and she has hpLiin takllll It and basal ready found great relief Its peculiar that when the street ear conductor recollects hes been paid a fare ho cant recollect It RASE AMI IHSKASF A Stuart Itssnn on the Meaning uf a Familiar VnnI Disease is time opposite of case Webster defines as lack of ease vexationdisqnseLEt ment of the phvsirftl oruaniem A vast majority of the MiHeaHe from which npoplp similar is due to imiuire blood Disnasp of this kind is cured by Hoods Sarsaparllla which purilicf enriches and vitalizes the blood Hoods Sarsa pnrilla curnes scrofula salt rheum piniplen aid nil eruptions It IOHPS the stomach and creates a good appetite mid it gives visor and vitality to HIP whole body It reverses the condition of tiling giving lie Ithi comfort and ease in place IIfhtlilllaso lJseplm h T oh Bds aye lint better than one if they lumpen to be III the row ahead at the thtatro Dizziness loss of appititp flatulency and iiHurea are all coiinectpd with tlvs pepsta or indfm tion Herbino will civn prompt relief Price 50 cents Perryi Thomas oct3lm Usually time man who makps a fool of himself hiss merely anticipated the in tentions of his fellowunn 7f ThI signature Is on every bo of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablcte tho remedy that curse n cold In ono lnjr No woman is so friendless that she linsnt ifome one to tell secrets to riOO Reward sioO The readers of this paper will he pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that srienco hue been able to cure in nil its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only postive cure known to tine medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires consti tutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure ill taken internally acting directly upon the blood anti mucous surfaces of system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution arid assist inc nature in do ing ilK work The proprietors have so much faith III its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars tor any case that it fairs to cure Send for list of testimonials Address- F CHKNEV A Co Toledo O Sold by drtiB itt 73 cents Halls Fatally Pills are time best The wheel of fortune hiss turned many a mans head Uont Sling Mutt politiesbutdrug stores anti get a trial bottle of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin sepl2in Jupiter Pluvius got out Ins watering cnrt yesterday For all fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subject or in animals as a dressing Ballards Snow Liniment workinghorso1suppurating its healing qualities are unequaled Price 25 And SOcts Perry Thomas oct3lm Wige They say Heiipeckkes wife is a perfect mint tVaggYesand not until he married her did ho hear the old saying that a cat has nine lives TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE SAT Take laxative Broino Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signatures on each box 25 cents It Inns been noticed that the healthiest girls are the ones who say they are just dying to do things UlKKS ItLUIID POISON Scrofula Ulcers Old Sores lions Pains Trial Treatment Free FirRtBecond or third stages positively care by taking B Ii B Botanic Blood Balm Bloom Balm kills or destroys the Syphilitic Poison in time Blood and expels it from the system making a perfect euro Have you sore throat pimples copper colored spots old Ins tering eating sores ulcers swellings scrofula itching skin aches and pains inhonrs or joints sure mouthor falling hair Then Botanic Blood Balm will heal every sore stops the aches and make the blood pure and rich and give the rich glow of health to the skin Over 3000 test monialsnf cures B it thoroughly tested for 00 years Drug abreaSt Trial treatment of BB B free by writing BLOOD HALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given Dont despair of a cure as B B B cures when nil else fails 3 The tombstone neversays moan timings about the man thats down Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing caces of piles have been cured by Tablnrs Buckeye Win Ointment It never fails to cure Puce 50 cents in bottles tubes 75cts IVrry Thomas ocl3 un- Its when a man buckles down to hiisinesK that hea least likely to be sopped Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbyOintment ny very Tascs uave been perinnnently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frostbites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts perbox Dr Cftdjs Cewtttfoa Powdem are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and rermifnge They are Bet food bnt medicine and the best la ase to put a horse is prime ooadttJoa Price et8 per package The young editor jthat writes apiece and tells and shows it to everybody itt a fool and dont know it IM7I tM or1LIK lke tke crt d Laxative Brome iivWne Tablets cure a cold IB DM dAy No carol BO pay Pric 2S cnph p i n++ + r+ + j O jr j U1tj t U r1 t rL1 Q IJ tQ O r + + + OF THE MAGNITUDE OF TilE PURCHASES IN FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE AT THE u i SURPASSES ALL PREVIOUS EFFORT S OF THEIR BUYERS For the past three or four weeks the transfer wagons have been daily unloading wagon load after wagon load of boxes bales and crates of goods The sidewalks have been so crowded as to almost impede progress Never in the history of this city was there such a tremendous stock of Seasonable Merchandise opened up by our Dry Goods Clothing Boot and Shoe Emporium Q 0 THE BUYERS FOR THE GREAT CORPORATION lieBusyBeeCash Store Co I Arc men of long and tried experience and their efforts to make this season The Banner Season in all departments will be fully realized e ALL PAST EFFORTS ENTIRELY LOST SIGHT OF e OUR ENTIRE BUILDING FROM CELLAR TO GARRETT IS LOADED AND PACKED WITH For our customers Our EagleEyed Buyers have searched the Eastern and Western Markets with the Tenacity of Bloodhounds for the bargains we now offer you and with COLD CASII to blank down for any and all bills purchased we offer our customers the cream of the market at Low Cash prices never before offered COLD GASHdone ithe work for us it will for you Bring along your money and get our hardearneddollar prices for our motto is Underby Undersell Cash WE ARE SHOWING all the new weaves in omit Dress Goods Department Ve net is Cloths Broadcloths Armures SoUls ebilenes Granite Cloths Herringbone Cheviots Sharkskins Scotch Plaids Hom 8puns Gulf Goods in plain and plaid backs and other goods in favor this season You can hny yonr entire dress front us for the price ola single skirt in many other houses We invite you to take a look through our Dress Goods Department Polite Salesladies will wait on you WE ARE SHOWING the largest assortment of Outing Clotlm and Flwwl Back Wrapper Goods over shown iu this city We otrer gashchiote patterns in Outing Cloth at Gc per yd Best quality from 6J to 83 GOOD THINGS OUR Domestics ofDomestics at3cOUR CIIhUownSHOE DEPARTMENT making prices competition sacks boots verymicauses SPECIALTY The Nobbiest Most StylishAnd the best fitting Suits are to had in our Clothing Department did the buyClothingboyfromselling allwool Scotch Cassimere Suits for men for 498 that you cant duplicate for than 859 they fit good as tailormade garments we are showing a full assortment of in this Our 125 150 S1oS1 248 348 and Boys the talk of the town Our Youths Suits in nice qualities and nooby styles 450 to beauties And for elegance in style and our 750 and surpass them all We showing Mens Boys Youths and Childrens at about ouehalf the cost Of producing similar Goats of same style and quality All the Raglans and uptodate styles are found in our Overcoat stock It will pay you to investigate our Clothing stock before purchasing YOU CAN SPEND Haifa day at our pretty Wraps Jackets flag Tailormade Suits Walking Skirls Tailormade Skirts and IleadytoWear Garments and thou not see them all We leave never in the history of our business career shown such an assortment of these goods The very latest styles time fitting garments the lowest prices are all to be hind in this department Our line of Children anti Misses Capes anti Jackets are the prettiest in the city Uet our prices see Uie new styles get posted see our Cloaks before you buy our Carpets Linoleums Mattings Rugs and Drncgets will bo sold at manufacturer cost to close time stock ns our fall stock is so enormous that we havent to handle these goods luring October November and December If you need Carpets or Rugs take ad vantage of this opportunity to buy them We have Clover Leaf Towels at lOc Genuine Buttermilk Soap at So Mens Heavy rientnlpss fcox at 5c- lo s Ribbed Hose 0 to th at Embroidered Suspenders at lOc TIme Best Mens Black Sox at lOc Tim Best Black Hose lOc We Hayo a Limited Lot of 101 Heavy Gray Bed Blankets at SOc See our Mens Corduroy Pants prico 175 they are worth 2 50 Wo Have Biys Corduroy Knee Pants at 40c per pair all sizes Boy8 Corduroy Pants extra quality at 148 per pair We are showing time best line of Ladies Kid Gloves in theo city We guarantee our OSo ber pair ladies Kid Gloves Plies Ic per paper Hair Plies leper box Lead Pencils in each ThbH filled with Colored Pins 5c Pearl IHtttons good quality I5c doz3n Shoe Laces 5c bunch Nice Quality Crash lu yd All Linen Crash 5c vd Pins Iceach Jeweled Hat Pins Gc each New styles in Ladles GarterS I Mens Garters Irom lOc up X i I New line Tortoise Shell link Pins Pntt Combs Band Conchs hack Fancy Omamorits GET PRICES on all lines of We can save you lots of weight at 6c per yd Go down the line with one of our salesmen get our prices and compare with others GOODS are SOLD for CASH ONLY Yon to all IN QUR wo are on good Custommade Boots and Shoes that is a death blow to all You can bring your meal and saddle pockets and fill them up with all kinds of shoes and for your family at 15 am naming on them exclamations of surprise anil delight all customers tdin see them Ladies Misses and Mens FINE SHOES A be never good 248 We are less as patterns line 498 Knee Suits for are from 1000 are fit Mens 1000 1200 Suits are Overcoats new looking lanp best All room still 5c- Mens Silk Indies Long lint Combs In Our Underwear Department You will llud anything you want to keep you warm and comfortable during the cold winter months We are snowing n large assortment of Mens Ladies and Chil drens tine Underwear in 2 piece and Union Suits Onr low and melimn priced lines aro very strong for this season We sell Menn Ribbed Fleeced Lined Under wear in Vests ansI Pants at 24n Childrens Bibbed Vests Fleeced Lined at lOc each Ladies Ribbed Pants and Vests Fleeced Lined nt 15c the best grade 25c Boys extra heavy wool flreced Vests and Pants at 25c worth SOc Ladies Outing Skirts extra heavy pretty patterns 25c Ladies Allwool Skirts 40inch long for 49c worth 75c I VALUES IN NOTIONS We FrontRibtotuiOO Corset except they are Linen instead of Silk Trice DSo to 103- Wo sell good Corsets fir 25c This best Corset for 4 Js In the city TiesLadiesLadies Patent Leather Pulley Belts 25q Ladifti Embroidered Hankorchiefs 5c 19cJJoysWhite Bedspreads full size 59c Alt in Seam Braid 5c bunch White Tape Ic bunch Linen Tape 4c bunch all widths Best Spool Cotton 4c spool Lace Curtains from 39 pair up Kid Curlers Be bunch Good Canton Flannel 5c yd ydWhltoMens and Boys Work Shirts 25c We wish to call special attention to our immense andCapsandCapcost you elsewhere GET O UK PRICES Kemeinfter our motto Uudef by Undersell Cash dowjo wlien goods are delivered Follow the amId you cant miss our store Get iii the Band Wagon beforc you buy elsewhere Thiatking you for pastfavors and hoping that you take advantage of the great opportunities we are offering you and secure your shSfdof ith good things We are very respectfully WItk OLDHAM COiPANY BICHMQND MT STERLING AND G OR ETOWN C 0- c c m cictd tic JOf c c cOILJc r 4 r I IPrints 10 ws lira h J NeA aet 1 he RichmondCliinax J C CHENATJLT Proprietor A D MILLER E liter ft Mnnarer ii1 THO3 H PICUELS Ancclatc Editor WEDNESDAY 0111 lJOO ITjrNt lVair S J n4 til91cIit au0- DE r v 1 to IyC fjjCKET rti- r n PaaapYcT VlLUAt JKNMifan IlilYAN OP a tr vca rasatnv r AUIH S KYBNtfUN- ILLINOIS PIIB OOVKHXUlt JC W ntfOKUAM nr aauax PlttCmjIOMEH- SIIOVe 1BO II UtIUE1r nr elIN1AT- t ttANNOUNCEMENT crnnCOCXTT JCDOK t tee arc authorized to announce R n JudgeFthe Democratic patty Y fliI KXPRESIDENT mtvit- IANI IIIM dw linil toe nlHce of tlir IlInlIs OIlIr StllretxryUhlert UKiUiiMOAX faua tiny theres no 011In oliHii r uf viiuie 10 liuliaim whera tin ctiiiKpiraiiirs r alit IIH iriwl in Juduc M niirt court Tiny tiiilil pn l al ly afire in flit priviil Taylor mnl bhi lev arts Mipiuii l liv ilio cuurl to net as prosiciVjni niioriuyn v r =TUB IlfpuliljuaiiK ant holding to the pities their ConcTuMiiiitil nominee Dr U i4liniu In their Hixniinits of his pie ions life however they neglect to state tlu only flour wlilcdhan gained him priviou iTtniiiy that WIS hid bu lua efiiMil liitmxe to run n tuilnon ill Li i iUe Annul thai cant UH irusttil that fur huN no liiirinr inoIilliiiK with the ilirairu of the iiiiimi fUR PnntKgrapli ayn Roosevelt is leffiiiliujr Ilin American soldier vhit llryan is ilfamuii him The e aie new nniiies g Mileiiien new IIHIIIDS hilt thoruM anutiiur Uiy ill looking lit i J ItooKivuli is killing flit soliiier liy ml vocai tiij a nscluss Woody war Itryan to trying IA Nine his life by plttinir n stop to it pay on wonls 11oenthn RrpaDnaasdrkuduuwur tlmy kill him t J v Mil YKItKIJS liow in hand hy rw Hi it Mug in tllb erfli at 1miluil tlw Guv ItrckliHin hliullhl Jie feVitielv ren mirei iir making iiuKtaieiiifiit tlmt no inlicl niiilrur would oliiaiii punlun fiiiu him pinin ttitouuli what the lit VeikfK woill tin In the twlllk liiiu i mi eye he woiilil open the gates ofIhr eiiiteitHry 10 the criminals hell on their necks anil weip kill the fatted calf and give them all Tat government jolw HVNNA is done lor how His ora cal spno is over mid no store will his voice ho heard in the land Mis epiei m iji will tii down in history and nuvko liiiu lamoiis in lIfter afire His ciiinlc opera peiformawes will live wluMi IH business idjility jst Kotieiu Amt as n bliMiiiiinj butte a On thn vau detiile bln rhlnnunrry will llliirer j in shy hearts fall livtTHnf tun Bui hia pall NNE too hut In IHSI lony he lell tu vlciiui hull in1 im iiiiiitioii anil iertiriiMii imt Hi bitna yiiiny jl be wiittoii Hr trillil mbrta iiiitntiit He out tailiil THE HeptijncHii ttuutgu Coinmit ttis iiiviiiK vrueliidy uprluY shunt KI uliirkv HS well an for lest of the it in try io uciiie line their imxiety bxnue th1 ylinvubentuyltcialtlnpnty- tab k into thiu Hai 1a1 re is a IHK split in the party there and th v havI wilt Mr K twin Sullivan on t u miitsioiiHry j li lint if n not world wml hues tiiinre boat in this State j ard Tiiyiir and his iiiwniliary 1 gong have niHiln the word KepUhlicau t r11I111IkhltlllHIV tiippor iiK him THKSB rabid Itailicala are raising fiit at howl alMiut Howards conviction They say Ids lank of a mustache proved IIIH alibi since Uouliul was supposedly iiiiinlicd by a man prclitic with hi lIlt Kcowth They apparently ate fur eiful that there arc bush thlnt Ias fa se whiskers manufactured and that tlr IMJuli loaves 1 the style in wearing thnn Vhn that cntleiiMii lld from jiiMiice his fane wan aa hare f as a twites hut wh in captured the iliwin bward that ad vied his counlen iiine einiilaied in luxuriam that nJ Ills htra hoiiirable mayor If elite TIIIS lie not above the Mint1 fusels udtbt it uolUnlliat h ems followed hit curl L t r LHmyvelLO- l LIXI CTlcJN rig You ry v X Know That an attractive Fire- Place is an essential part of wellfurnished room No matter what care may have been taken withaU the other furnishings if you have neglected the mantel the effect is incom- i plete Ve Sell Woodlatelse ScU them rt lowest prices shott about fifty different patterns carry every shade of tiling made offer new Ideas in grates and ramcsandno matter whether you want one or twenty r we tan suit you teplr Us For insi Mmate Don k forget that our er Sale is PItress J j6 I EBrower COIJ rt LAIN AXP BROADWAY LEXINGTON wrhii Ky fJ RUDENESS is always deplorable no matter where foundior in whom We rt rot to heat thawMr Rooeevelt was n ttulted by a party ot misguided Demo ciniN iu Uolonjdolusl wpek and we jute tilt uinieii Democratic n rent in ceiiour mg fur iiHrticipalors We Would also iMvt it kiiiixvn that the bund who were xunt ui uiU growi itibUll do tiit tepee aiin tilt IMlnocratlc or ihe eeiili infills of that bniy They rcpicseut rarely turtruwuaetvtro and it U liu illiHtiiii to the pa fry to which fitly Iwloag fast they alloweii J1ItlllIItt111 rat even thouKl he may lm ve uiyex lieinioir by ula Uradw uxaiuw Deuiots HICY Hiit tiuitHiid the fact that the xerv probabjv loaded with n weidiude t Horn jl ettla no pndiutiou lul then siteiise ijeiice we Lnaieu to uondiuiu he act cuiulule Mr Itnoaevelt and ex i Ies our Borrow that Inure are Demo rralti to lowfluiiK an to be capable ol Jhii n brjeaclPSof husplt lltv and de hII11U jJ loKIIJiJRiihea Ylt tu tlieplny OnVllnl muwitriuu ability to Miccessful nno ltils tandem of polititxl- nnruughljiede Tnix pair of mettle nun are frothing at the mouth pnllIIrttok and bote wooher and iielihei vdi yield 10 luo other On the cam ergeutHannaIjiosevirlt riloutly toaiutains there are omcomo of this difference of opin ion is pieta us day Holy Write con uin a inuch quoted proverb that is Hiiilicald to tins taros and is phrophetic ofLvwint Kcpuhlicaii disruption a uoune divided ugaitist itself eau not Mnnd In ihiH Malemrut is incorpor ated ld tory proven truth and In It let MuKinlov llanna and Itoosevell read tbrtr dorm i tlo heat news ot their former comrades disaf mllki fection BryanAIand Harrison on ihe stump are fruit campsignfundt MirtiinH On the other hand the Dem ocrats are gaining grounds hourly union and harmony are prevalent from Ihe irrenlcut to tilt humblest among thema rellt tide of popalilHeeling nod Rightiliberty Htl truly as did ouroncestora of ill yetLtrTux wliiirh breeds most ells content in 1IlhulIildes In Kentucky iiiday nod is doine everything in ita power to intlamn vile predjndices lire our paitiuiix and make forget we err all men sail hn ilin in attrac alII iluiKH vile di irraiefut and dia KiiHiraliii nrirfliiH the iuisville Dis inifli nnd lo t and file Lexington Herald Tliene have beiouie sheers which Miinteiuiiie xuarcby and tan to luztng the Hhimhftring fires of dirran trot in flit liKurtH of old disnppilnte reiipgade oitliIans- Thi fnrt that theuhore named pa itrren eie OUCH Nnlnt art Mipporters of IIcIIua iniikiH their tlm mere diHgraipftd and humiliating We coo tend the comments of the liepnbllcan press for its editors believe they are on the right side and are fighting for their convictions Hut it is disgusting and Hickuiiing to tee these fallen angels of Democracy in revolt against the party which once su honored tliPin We have no respect whatever for them tho State and all honest men dispiee a mun rovengrfiRhteawhich was oven his It isstraiige how low some teen ran wink when they first get on the decline to think that the IIPII which Wore wielded such an in flnenre fur the good cause Rhonld now itlalmoaFalse to their iratalleciance they are non fireped to the neck in Minnie and di honnr and am too worthier and JHiisniiin to hold cltumunion with true nllllJJrialht nitiiw Andtthelr puniili i know thin TiiCRuDYAttti Ifitrttttif liar handedj- 111lrrrll tiuwn IiiiiniiioriHl lutliu Jhniuuli tits agency of his fuuuma poem on the White Mans Burden He would doublkvs have tnadejt xtronger had he been an American and aware of theft nuiilial lour to which must white men uses have sunk owing to the burden ot red lutsiatailon taxation and oppren- M ill the rules uf the country have nil ported on the great body of common people burn an leer aa themselves hut Whom a turn of Dame Fortun d wheel nan thrown tinder the sway of the first named slurs The overwhelming mast of Americans are Democratic hy birth itiHtinct and heredity by birth because they are born in a country free and byinstinctindf pendenco and it is impossible to be independent under a government that absorbs the entire proceeds of n oleo tl loll and owns him and lastly hy heretlitvin that every cilizeu born on American soil heir to the Declaration of Independence and tlmt great document is the foundation and back bone of Democracy Hut the enemies of Democracy and free govern UIllt lire the monopolists the clans that IUH no high mutters of philanthropy or yIlIwutulHiient for all earthly needs yet that does not satisfy them and they want it dl Aoi rdiiiRly they have banded together in Ixidies called trusts to better i irnnoH their nyuiteiu of jobbery and iiey will iiHver ieat e or decmt in their IfurtKuntil they have a mortgage on- ha Mint Thin in what thb Kcpub- lii parry reprinenl tree l thelt and luck nf privntnSrhlclple and regard for public Hnrl p rrllallenr miiiiey millennium ill ensue shuulil- MfKinlfy he elected again for in time at HcpuhlicatifiUacks Jilloati iu ilio country and then- jlljwtjponrdeVUA will have to beg tarvl all this lioys nu IfHkx your mark under the rooster me bold diwh fur freedom Its Ill ill chance IYN vegtit so iu up lo m this time sure TUB mills of the gods grind slowly but tiny grind exceeding To llilpUlliIJllleULfrom rat He way think himnelf se cure from detection and plume himself upon his skill in eluding pursuit while IiaNenllllis nulllaversrejoice thereat Not in that iheaccused ia to pay the penalty of death for wa allabhorthe slierlitiugut be the party innocent or guilty but Ire are clad that tilts ttigmit o pntverted and tuwarled justice that lute of lute at tached iteeif to Keiiturky is to be re moved by the execution and imprison ment tS the puiticipautri awl exvcuiors uia foul inunleniurf wnnpiracy Ol what need is justice it it be only name Why have tetra unless they ue in force As to the Kuth ol Janien Upward no doubt whatever ian be entertained he was convicted by ijleIlLWhat makes Lie crime loots heinutib pitylslbClCtirdini to a prearcutiycd tfhnmoK man against whom hn had no earthly grievance and whom lie had never eympat6itcNfthenemy in fair and open combat Jim there is no excuse for sit oma iii from ambush strikes down H fneln ch less a man who he dose not even know For the grxxloltbo cbnntrv tluchah arcliistr should by pot to death Tot the community IS letter vrithbdt them Coiiiu quently WH have no ayin pat hy at all for tlm taU lit Howard he dwerveH none 1owern too earned Ida life Ijii priwnmont Ixitlywe UkcwiHO do not pity him and ft hour earnest hope and plea that every man connected 11IItsrhave east upqn her the Mosaic la w IH df1rtlwrxiaterlorMUid hid eve Jet It IrQ nopaui lied Honest Labor Bears a Lovely Fce l There is nothing more pleasing to look upon titan a hearty ruddy face gained by honest toil They are the saving of the nation these toilers of both sexes strug sling for daily bread Pure Moo maJitt them Able to keep op the dtSy roonJ of duty of home shop or MBreiIf ihe blood has s taint or im purity or t tart down feeling tomes ab the one remedy if Hoods SjustpirSI Americas Greatest Medicine for the blood soIthe tight thing in tile tight plan Hitle J Taylor Woodstown N jr StMJa at Never Disappomts lloe illla nro Vet Il the Rind ealr cathanto to tke with floods Sanaparill TGov McCRBARY returned home on Tuesday to rwister and left again foi Democratic Headquarters at Luiiiaville on Weduesday moraine where buts very busy nirtuaging the Sttfce tam pnicn In respond to an inquiry he seta over six hundred Ihluuwrhtic Club have reported at Democratic Headquarters and the Campaign Com mittee of each county are now engaged in polling thfe respective counties of the titate The reports from the vArious counties show that Democrats are de termined and enthusiastic and that Kentucky will give a mnjority for Bryan Stevenson and Beckham at the November election Answering our question he also said IIH wade a Demo cratic speech at Williarastown Grant county last Monday and usually wade a speech every Monday and sometimes on Saturday hut that his many en gagemcnta at Democratic Headquarters would not him in speak oftener and that his personal Investigation of the situation in the countes he visited was very satisfactory CHAULKS LAMB divided the human race into two elates the Jien who har row and the men who lend AH other distinction of rxcenatfonalitycolor or re ligion lire subordinate said he to those two general branchesfor they comprise- us alt Of course the barrox erAare little crest majority they hove always been hut lately err on the increase Why so do you ask Because of the concentration of capital because a man IK unable to snake what he UIIId to shire the tIIelItt and opportunity are now taken from him hy the organiza tion of that trust What chance for example has a man who tries to manufacture noel sell barbed wire in Kentucky against t he giantcombinations banded together in the East for the ex clusive Hale of the article Why they would undersell him and put out of busiiiew in three shakes of a sheeps tall mnoutachlriugindustries produce are regulated by the trustmen as well So no one outside of the elect eau do more thou make a living these dug days since competition is abut out by the combines and they have every thing their own way This trust system is doing the country an incalcu table injury it is Raping the vitality of American manhood by holding it in bondagi and by taking away the liber lies of its employees such na the miner and factory hand it owns them body and soul This is wrung very wrong and its instigators will feel it toon Unless sown change in made and that quickly our country is ripe fora revolu tion We all mast live and we are all entitled under God to the just fruits of our tuillIo beware ye workers of illlqllitY3olllenll isat hand The common yl tpln throughout the land were never Fu surest as uuwlhu way to emancipation is clear to them at lust for they in company with all loyal patriots will fight freedoms battle iu November and after the struggle theta they will ue rewarded by the buccefs beyond Mil THKODOKK UOOSEVKIT is a choice bypociit Several years ago be tarn he was beize l with the political craze he aspired to literary feats lit produced as the result of a few months cviintieuient a marvelous potpouri of sayiugs and prophecy the like of which was never stein before JUltaliis follyiuuoes he wish the day had never been horn that impelled him to such idiocy fur with Republican inconsistency he realizes that Ids views have changed with his interests and he dont believe now what he used to He ill no longer Teddy the Free Lance fighting the peoples CHUMJ he hIllS become Roose veil the Conservative the Imperialist the Trustman What wonders time dues work A short time since he was making graud stand plays against the powersthai be to curry favor with the people j saw be is hand in glove with the administration aud fully as corrupt as they It now sclera ids head too late as nil truths do that he can nut be elected Vicelresident solely with the aid ot his Rough Riders aud he is beginning tu cater to thIS farmers mechanics working men throughout the laud Bill his repentance cornea on the Lug train for he cant disguise lib uenti m nls since out 6f hU own mouth ia he i udeinued for his own woTdscome to judgement like Daniels and convict him one of his posthumous volumes he says though the Cow Buy Slrinketh mean whiskey and livetn im state of constant fire and brimstone of liiii own raising yet he in much prel rable to onliunry farmers ami inecbHiiIca Colonel Roosevelt cant livtredIiuceItions anti instead of eotiiliug him to Washington he should be relegated to the wild and wolly West where he xhotild be allowed to pass his dava in the convivial company of his Greasers under the shade of his utbtlro aud In easy speaking distance with Ids dank IT Js a queer fact but a true one that tits mnjiinty of our pwpfe are woefully ignorant of the true state of affairs in the Ihilipprnes and the causes incident thereto The greater portion of our population have an t the Filipinos are savages pure aud 11mlle and the very name bungs before thorn a mental picture of a halfclothed can nibal with a ring in his note This ISM very erroneous impression as inqnirif tutu thematter will prove Soeiiimriii an authority as Admiral Dewey admits tjirse inlamleis to be much morn civil ized than the Cubans and Brig liru has King Htatett that ninetHiitliH ot thetii call rend nnd write Hurl yet tin administration regauU them as Let haians Jind is endeavoring to extcruii ante them wiih fire and swum Kuril a policy is nut only tit varinnrr with our inheritrd precepts of justice and rfcht but w in dlrwt violation of be unwritten Irv uf innmuiiv Indv it niaiiH inliiiiiiiinitr 10 umn the great tl cures lIf the age Burin re umo w n flat not enter upon our ate vat with Again tired fry tlin luit ofconqntwt iml impeled motived of chrisii nity and our sympathy fur mi opprersed l ettutIethnNilipimre + VVid reiulerfd Detvey iliUch clfecti fe aitj Thy thought they wore siding with a nation world rennu ued as dvo cailHi of freedom and expected at the conclusion of the wur to lionet up onil fade iiuilent rripubllc with ntrovern meat of their own and had no telex ww were intent on ticqniring colonial pus fesslons ThidOptiiioit was shared by the Democratic rty and what was its to find Its resolution to make he PhUippInea iiidejHJiideiH ignoiniu iouRl voted down by the in- patyarl Since then the RepublfcaiiH havo tura d on onr and have been vigorously pushing tlm war flay by dot epillliK the blood of American soldiers wautonfv our flaring thottwtnda of human beings to attain their hd of absolute owner bulJyiUIlpie through iheelfortficf llanna Ale Kiuley udothfHIlCtI tisttc- J ponents Imperialism means death oppression selfacgrandizement the er enrichment of the rich the further poverty of thp poor the spillage of blood the drainage of the treasury and strove all the dishonor of our Con stitution Friends this monopoly of niliiirp this degradation of onr country rise up and say it shull not be Vote lor Bryan and thereby stwv thn national ruin is pending and inevitable Under the ban of Re publican Koverelguity Hides Unearthed Mr Win Boen of near Kings Sta flan while niiiiiiiHging through an old biiittery of hilt lurhrf5 which has not hetluhtopendilnlbtrvearrrdiacuvenal two sidnRof eHiher in a plate of preseratlon tmojuvly hidden awny an old tNi They were probably stored tiiRre during the war torsal keeping to guard iigalust the atiprourt Htion thereof by raiders of the rival partlell As feather is wrth ilx weight in Mr Boena find was in the nature of a small Klondike Daring Robbery A bold theft was commltted Saturday night when trot Brock was robbed of silt Awakening early in the morn ing Prof Brock house in great disorder the back dune uprn and S35 missing from his trouseis pocket The same night Duncan stable was looted to the ixteut of and two darkles were arrested on sURpHon of both thefts hot us no real evidence was brought against them they were dis charged Moral = Johnny get your gun Sad Acciderft We are grieved beyond measure to hear of the painful that befell Mr Josiah J5 Willis at his barn last Saturday fhe popular and jovial ex postmaster was engaged in hunting water In barrels to his stock and in the act of mounting his wagon with his foot on the huh of the wheal the team started throwing him heavily to the ground and breaking two of his ribs The accident of course is a very pain ful one and will confine Mr Willis fur somn time Cousin Joe you have our sympathy and earnest wishes for a speedy recovery Sows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Ho ward fur any Casa of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh lure F J CHESKY tL Co Props Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and bel- Ieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations by their firm West tL Trnax Wholesale Drurgist Toledo Oi Walding Kiuuan tC Mar vin Wholesale Druggist Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is liken internal lyacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c bottle iold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the heft WANTED ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CJIAIl acter to deliver and collect in Kentucky for old entabllihed manufacturing wholesale house 1800 a yea sure Honesty more than ex periencereqaired Our reference any bank in any city Enclose Bclfaddressfd stamped en elope Manufacturers Third Floor XH Dear born tit Chicago 12scptlm NOTICE We would call your especial attention to the fact that our stock of WAtt rArER AND DE RATIVE DB lG f Just received are all sew and of the choicest design and wo invite yon to call at our Drug Store on Main street and Inspect same before buying elsewhere We have Mr W 1 LEEDS connected with us who will furnish estimates on all work and decorate your rooms in the latest style and at reasonable prices We guarantee all work done by him to be uptodate We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs sundries articles stationery paints and oils Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Respt PERRY THOMAS i 213 Mala Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 7S Ilaul7Iy TAX PAYERS a The dpinand on me for money Is sjreiilf titan the ipply Tire innty is full ot unpaid claims The new bleu pike contractors aro df ui udliig their money As you all know 1 have n right to demand your tea anyday utter the tea lx ok ix made out uttd if refuned to pay I have a legal right to sell projlrlrtll collect your tax You will receive a statement of your tax at onre and I trust you will realize the necessi ty of this demand and par same with out further warning I dont want man to think that becanso he is I hie taxpayer that he has any right whatever to sot the tlmeto pay This character of a man hud far hotter be compelled to pay his tax when due than to foice the laborers and contrac tors that have worked and earned their claims to welt for tnoathsjnst in oiler to satisfy the man that needs no favor When you get my notice I would advise you to either send me your check or call at once If yon fall or fomet to rtKDoud as itFnal am sure to remind you of t1ntyRellpt H H COLYER 2eenim Sheriff Madison Co Public Sale Iu order to close a partner ship we will offer for sate publicly on the premises on TnlfS y tDDer m l at 2 oclock p m our farm of about 150 acres of land near Red House Ky and seven miles north of Rich mond The farm is located one mile from depot and is convenient to schools and chur lilrs and immediately on the turnpike On the farm is a Jfo X brick house with all necessary outbuildings good cistern and two serer failing presIIentcounty For further cui Jars call on or address either of the Undersigned r W SMITH G E BSACK8klsmesA1C tlawm jcjr Itaptitl s Mas toIi t rnffi issiijn l f r al John M Faster Admx riDH i Kotlco of agalnit lIale John M Foster Crdsc DUs In Equity vii tne of Judgment and Order of Sale of the Malison Circuit Court icudered at the September Term thereof in the above style cause the undersigned gal on Monday October lolb 1000 Between the hours of 2 oclock m and 3 oclock p m on the premises in Richmond Madison county Kentucky proceed to apose to Public sale to the highest bidder the tot1 lowlER described property eta A tot or parcel of land on the south side of Main Street In Richmond Ky and bounded and descriotd asfollows Frontlps on Stain street about feet and running back same width fret and adjoialn on the vest the property of J S Collins on the east Pettish Street TFRJfBbare will be made on a credit of e barequiredtor the payment of the money Lave the force and eaect of a Judgment hta Jolt legal Interest from day ot sate Llen reserved upon said property until aU the P ur- cbae money la paid B E SCOTT oct32w JIC M C C NERVOUS TROUBLES eau bo traced in many cases to the TEETH Neglect causes much suffering Our system of- PAINLESb DENTISTRY brings immediate relief to suffer era and the filling or extracting tit the decayed or achingtoothtdoue- skillfully and painlessly removes all danger of further trouble Our Artificial Tepth are acknowl edged to be of superior make nUll quality DR HOBSOfy DENTIST RICHMOND KY ommissioner g s aJ e 4 Z T Rice ocCygnieotOn Petition In Equity By vlrture of a and Order oI Sale the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof in the above style cause the undersigned will on Tuediy 1 to er o J i About the hour of 10 oclock a m on the premises in Madison county Kent ckVtDroreed to expose to public sale to bidder the following described property vii Jst A TRACT OF LAND Lying in Madison county Ky on the side of the Speedwell turnpike miles iron Richmond Ky containing li5 acres and bounded in part by said turnpike and uljoiiiinr the lands or Richard White deceased nnd Mrs Gi egory This tract has a beautiful site fur a residence near the pike the fenc- Ing is good 70 acres fur wheat or corn and balance in grass 2ndA TRACT OF LAND Adjuininj tho foregoinjr and lying on Ihe north silo of the tipnedwell turn pike ciiiitniiiinK 121 acres and bound ed in part bv Ihsalll turnpike and adjoining the lands of J T Efitill mug Hoyle Doty On this urlatea rest loo of uina rooms 10 acre tobacco barn splendid stock Darn carrinjre horse nnd all neceetary out builoiii good farm scales now unfailing water pood orchards and all in crass This feral is situated in a splendid neighborhood near churches and fchools and is ono of the best farms in Madison county The trartA will be sold both stately and as n whole and the best bit will he accepted lo session given January 1st 1901 TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 18 months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with good aernr fig or the payment of to have the force and elect ofJudgments bear ing legal interest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon sold property until all te pur chase money is paid E SCOTT sept233w It C MOO MastH Commissioner s al I Martin Green dar PIUs Notice of Against Sale Steven Oreen Rc Dets In Equity By vlrine of a Judgment and order ot tale of the Maditon Circuit Court rendered at the September term thereof lea in the shore style cause the undersigned will on Saturday October 6th 1900 About the hors ot in oclock a m on the- premtacatn3fadlsdn County It to cponeta bate to too highest bidder the following described property towiu lot A tract of land fcltuatad in MAdison vertractplDlrsSl- AOrecninrrerhuebaadDl G Greens land containing ftl ceres and adjoining the land of the heirs of Harvey Tarrlsh deceased the 48 j acre tract of Mary A Green deceased the farTisb dower Otter erect and the Roberta line Including all the Creek vela its meanderings J W Iluguely ctcelcd- el Aleaat came time and place I will sell the fee simple tract ol DtreDIA Urcen containing 40i acres adloiulng the foregoing dower tract also the lands of the heirs ol liar vey Parriah deceased the still bourn branch the middle fork of Otter Creek ec etc ibis lOi acre tact includes ta residence nod a part of the outbuildings Ous ol the 31 acre tract there is reserved from sale the old grove yard of about of RU acre as now inclosed and right of way to und from it over this land Possc slonof both these tracts for purpose of seeding will be given on lay of sate and fnll posscraiou January 1931 The flrst tract is void for the pu rpote of dcstribnUon amongst the heirs of M O and M A Green aud the second to satisfy any debts of M A Green and the re mainder if any for distribution amongst the helm For more particular description as to metes and bonnds of these tracts reference is hereby made to the Judgment herein TEIU18 Sale will be made on a credit of six 6 and twelve 11 months squally The pnr chaser wilt be required to give bond with ap proved security for payment of the pur chess money to have the force and effect of a judgmentthearhg legal interest from the day reserved upon wid property until all the paidSC C Althe same time and ppcu I as administra tor of A Green sell her personal property consisting of household alii kitchen furniture two mares cowand calf etc etc IJ W lUuiiis Admtr IDatpdN H lu i n f rJU mtor THC t tiF Toe ACt BntfcVCVygreat deal seater this It does away with expensive maChlDeryand quires ao power or fuel ta run So farmer with tvo nr more cows Cdn r rritforilio be vdt nvt one Manufactured in three Is New 1a eat prices f8HM ani9Si sack 7tierat bet ro ApaNa LtaraM- aratatad etWHMH WrkeIItte Ed SCUhrnancxlrrrxllrAcr Ufort ttrli J m 41 u lLy A CARD 1j Ja I greatly npj reciite A tho liberul atrt uagC A JMxfendt5dtbW bv the V A well dressing elite of J 1 th cityof Richmond A and to provemyappre A dt ia oi r of slimew l am lloty l IIinsfa beau tl fal lino of rA r 1mm to 9 WINTER W ft LEi e Q pJjI had saytoway Vmy mauy A patrons caland ex f aminc my Fall and Winter Goods JI guarantee perfect Lio 1 to one and J all JThallkin you in advance for all patroijngo I remain V 3 H a Sa STOUT THE TAILOR O r O NOTICE OF SECOND NA TIONAL BANK IN LIQUIDATION iThe affairs of the Bank must be closed aitd notice is hereby given to alt parties in debtecl tU said J3bnk to call and payon or before Novem unpaidiIk an attorney for suit J STONE V7ALKER i2 cDt2m President l A CLEARING UP ODDS AND Il ENDS Ji Jt begins at our store WEDNESDAY r AUGUST 29 and continues for one week During that week we shall clear out all the Odds Ends and Rel 1jnants of our Summer Stock and in the lot youll find many articles you need at prices you could never buy them for before even here and cur customers sec ognlIn1101414 ++ + + + + +9H++ Ladies Slippersr 125 r 150 and 175 values all go at 99c Misses and Childrens foot wear suffer like cut n Percales Ginghams Figur ed Lawns P KsJand Cotton JOe and J2 J2c grades all goat 8 l3cr r Fancy Parasols Fans Wash Ties Duck Skirts Torchan and BaL Lacesr all go at ONE HALF price +1+1+444444444 + 444444 + + ro AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK d rol VII Cor Main OWEN MCKEERitS nr First St Via THE ONLY BIG SHOW TO VISIT YearIllNothing old but the name 76 years catering the American people Old John Robinsons Ten Big Sows Combined in con junction with the grand sublime spectacle of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba The Newest Greatest and Richest Circus in America Coming to t Monday October 8th OHN1N80N E i OlffiJ 0170 IllJllfJi a Irr F ItO = Sajrhrl isidcrOnc Jt ljpitCd j n1 lJ1nascl1 n L Q firGttAt4D 10000000 r SPECTACLE 01o oMaA UEElIeF f1 EW 4 Circuses one 4 3 Mnnnzerieiin one 2 2 IHppocIrcmeB iu cue 2 1 Gigantic XDiseum 1 lGrandBthHcalSpectap10 I Tndv Gnat Shows Merged into On 10Ii001 bleu Women and Childr rr 200 IForuPS 00 Ponies 80 Camels 23jTenls of TCIephan fiO Cages 5 Brans Randy 20 UlianolR1- Tlio CirruR Fenlnrerf TInA Seapon Ohtaihed from America and Eiiropp will Startln tie World Nothing Likri Them Ever Before PrcsonleJ in This Country A Recent Acqnisltion n Baby Sea Linn Born ChpMvltv = tho Onlv Event of Kind that Ever Occurred in America AnAllrerinn mrthe OnlyOnn vent in Aiiierica t9lInchca High A Herd ofPldlirVme Water Buffaios fnimthtilAlnniiot Ltltnn= the Only OnesevrrRxhllltwlittAmnrirai A remit y tit 20Blnckmahc Lion 6 Maaimoh SnowAVhi e Polar near p Flock of African Pelicans Roynl Bengal Ticers Herd of Sacred Cntt e from India sr A feature of tho Eree Street Parade 30 Camels driven to a 20 000 Chariot j 40 Shetland Ponies hnrnesBnd and driven atonctime QfyTheCattes l eF of the kind in the United Statec cost more money than the entire nnlflt of hr ordinary CfrcuPCP Dont Fall to Soo This New and Grand Procesgiyn t Two Performancea Doily Main Show Opens at I aod 7p m Cheap Excursions on nil Railroad n Lft0 h ViE f LEm T 1 IN TMEJT ft rAl t t Pays bu3iQ for Every r Dollar Invested rc tfe = IE BrancH off= r ce front room 1 over Jopnfsl furniture store ffi t P TOrbD MGfj i 1 t r t 7 fl nt an d kt a Ot11+ tt10t0tit + + + 01 td tl12SOand3OOallgofor 150 grade at 99c A to TtformerlyJ75 all go at x00 You get cI pick of the best in the house atPthat price prThesepricecutting for this sale AllCllines are affected by it Come a get your moneys worth co ++++ + + + fto4411N4 prlfi CALL ml IS in 10 in A FAIR OFFER I will fill any order for you at the tame price for anything ht the jewelry line that you can get from any other dty Selected from anvtioclya cata logue that you malIve thereby saving you expense Kespectfiillv jan3lyr DP ARMER Wool Carded lilllmton Mills will card your wool in to rolls On account of the limited amount carded the cards aie not run every day but persons desitlng their wool ranted can send it in and got rolls at lIme specified time in future jiilyitf ELUSTOJJ Mini Co Dtl an 111Vabyblf etc LADIES TAILORtar AND DRESSMAKINGCI talAccordeonjs thuKnifen1 ttLIRichmond Ky s JII fiR ND DISPLAY abu II utu fur iual ISUGGlfS PH r fTNSJ AHRIAGfS n hew cell 1t talra Greet the optics fall that visit the Kentucky Carriage s Works Never before since the foundation of these Works have we displayed such a complete line of vehiclesti as we now carry in stock A gaurantee goes with everIvehicle that leaves the shop A visit to our Works will convince you that the above statements are true lilY els KentuckY arriage WarKs give T JOHN DONELSON Proprietor tl SEE OURr et aJ eerc on- d + 7 Champion r R Wheat Dflls 1rrdt rl z Disc Plows and 1 oy p Milburn Wagons iBEFOREx The Page Fence t IS the best Woven Wiry Fend made tr HAEDWAKE STOTIg v 71Ct11 7 l t oM oi 1i L1 1 i lFZdeJ P fer I J T J OUR I WLDOLASt IFALL SlOEST WINTER ARE HERE DONT BUY UNTIL YOU SEE THEMw etJ oCloeoa 1 j3OOTe ThE I FORWOOD SnOE- n fFG coo CINCINtATIOITt l1tI1 i t1 O fIIf Qtrj Z r FREEMAN BROS Main St opp Court House 1J1jQD WDO GI13l1 EXPRESSED DIRECT FROF DISTILLERV TO CONSUMERS ALL CM ARQliS i PAID arc utatiactry dirjg t dr rftte aiid w tiiftreand I ney for rnch gallon tot ordd o t3r sa THAN iWO callonsi rOldltv bjKu u XIUIT Slfi275 rV nTJallllIoW612 311 elit CdtWieS ock 4SO q j 4IHOllons- Ii ie Ji tiottlcnuM4 2 yinit v tempebnxt7 7 mtk ioo- J mr nrtw1ititrilnH nInl Mnu uomarks 0 crandt to Indicate Ikavr4 cn prerull EV1 ErertsCOVINUTON niu4II4 IaaudTerrftarIeg ATAflflVIpJflcI O1iflflISJuneHm PITT BURG ENTRAL TV7VAD LEAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged andreatfranged MarketLfor Balti 41IIO14 Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle allother kinds of stocks Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at ten tion PRlEflly LES SIMON OECNNELL Gener Mgr AGENCY FOR THE I AMERlp N ALL STEEL- VOYENWIRE MwlJllnrgt strong wires heavily gal au c A 911 111IIU11Ilr cqnnioa iII riiii a Only Ipt Dcowcmcr P lie uJ id vvysnt unit Tin 111 0 irdn ffii i 1J u l i IVIII U JffiVLILV 1- XiTrcCArTLE f iIH Ors AltO ro 11w rJt tT1 t4 2 tI1 JIlUIIIIr V7h and FIELD FENCE u EVEHY HOP OF AVERIC N FENCE GUARANTEED UY THE MAMVFACTURERS CALL AND SEE 1T CjnTfurw you homi wt7lS1W you money nJ fence your fields so they will STAY FENCED f We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes which we will sell cheap FOR CASH We are agents for the Kentucky Drill the best on earht f 71 1 1iJJa itUi MPANY t MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY t tsAtkJ ff Ic Iuih ai VOraeTile Manufactured celebrated Waco Clay Jst Prize at Centen otherfactoriesTile Dralnaje Is a Pcrmaieit IpreycantV Inside Diameter Price per 1000 Price of Branches ApproxveIitorQf Tile feeteach3V 00 + 10 cta rlbs4 v dS 11Gf VVVV5 Jr 35 i7 S 28 10 100 J2 12500 j 60 T== i F Price list F 0 B Cars at Factories liercnonegrewFbefore6 A well drained farm vill cause you to be remembered L iOnlyst 3crops and tliebestUlve Lment r 1P iONCOUNTYtj 2i iT HANNA AND THITRUSTS shelby Sentinel The Philadelphia Ledger one of the leading newspapers has taken alarm at the of Mark Hauna and thus coiliiiients on his ut tornnces Dit is strange that the Chairman of the Republican National Committee should so BUOII have forgotten that the testimony hefave In his defense of the trusts in so public a place as the lonJtIessional Liberty hut it is very much stranger that he should not liHve read tluit he is absolute ignorant of the declarations of the Republican candidates fur President and VirePreaident of the United Stales By virtue nl his oflicti of Chairman he ahould haIl carefully read roiiBiilerrd and reniHinbertKl them That he had liot rwid them when he stated at Clues Ida unbelief in the existence of a single trust In this country is assured ami certainly most huvt been i iior ant of President McKiuleys and Gov ernor ItooKevHlV fornml recognition of the existence and of the evils of trusts It is beyond all belief that Sell lol Hannn would so soon after the official promulgation of the Piesidenta and the Governors testimony to the being and perils of tie trllbts so strenuously bill flatly assert his unbelief in the accuracy of their statements Senator Huntia could not possibly do tin gracious and unmannerly a thing an to publicly dispute the correctness or the oliueiity of the proclaimed testimony hf the candidates for President and VicePresident Consequently there can be onlv one explanation of his virtual refutation of those eminelit au tlioritiee it is that Senator lianua was unfortunately ignorant that the lrelll VierPresidential can illdalra po explicitly antI forcefully test fled to the existence and the pvils of the many trusts which are preying upon the countryThe ever of the opinion that it was unwise inexpedient and impolitic for Senator H aim a to go upon the Mump As the defender and justifier ot the trust which the people do believe or nit her do know his too great prominence In the cam paign can have no good result In the essential direction of tote getting it is unquestionable that as champion of the unpopular trusts his prominence will repel not attract voters to the Republican ticket Hnnim has not forgotten but having peoplhethem believe that there are no trusts He will next try to make them believe that there is no government by the people THE SATURDAY EVENING POST For September 29 was a special double number lhe plan of The Saturday Evening Post is to give each week a magazine of the best current literature that will be eqnnlin literary quality and illustration of the The COVIT of this double number is by Gibbs and is in color The opening feature is the first iiiMallment of Gilbert Parkers new tfinal The Lane tliat Had No Turning Those who have read this story pronounce it the strongest work that Mr Parker has yet done United Stats Senator Albert J JJeveridge of Indiana hats a brilliant paper on Fac ing The Work at Fifty in which lie marshals an imposing array of successes alter the half century mark had been pansed Major James B Pond contri holes two pages of reuiinicenctH of Mark Twain giving for the first lime letters end anecdotes referring to his last lecture tour across the American continent Tho short fiction of the number includes stories by Ian Maclaren Lilian QiiillerConch Her Bridgesllonurahle article on in Old Missouri There are installments of Alooswa of the Boundaries W A KrnserV animal tory and of The Englo Heart Ham lin Garlands novel of the far West- On the page devoted to Men and Women tire stories of people prominent pagtcurrent themes The Public Occurrences department tells how through coat and gold the United States has captured the supremacy of the world Broiiies these attractions there are articles giving the latest scientific discov cries Seeietary Wilsons views of Farm MrustrelMOilthe latest gosnlp about books mid liter ary people and short articles and sketches WEEKLY CROP REPORT The U S Government crop report endiug1lIesduCool showery weather prevailed over duringthecnuie very severe in some localities has been pretty general broken Plowing and of winter wheat which had been stopped by the Uroutli was taken rapidiyThe corn is about all cut and in the shock Tiie rain carne too late to be of benefit to this crop and in some localities especially in the western Bectionil suffered severely from the drouth Tobacco is all cut and in the house It is urlng1I1cely1aud the quality will be war expected Apples aro very poor and the early pobtijt8very satisfactory but there is some complaint of rotting Sweet potatoes genernhlyGiirdeuis Pastures are Improving since the rains have started and there is plenty of water for stock An exchange very truthly states If a man haul a Ipup he would look after it carefully and nt let it have the nishthulifare turned loose at a tender age to go where they will slid do what they please People wonder where this great army of tramps deadbeats loafers gamblers and disreputable men comes gerrulnatedilllOtmtlts on this streets of our cities and towns There are thousands of children headed III that direction that ate not given an equal showing wih pup 9WlCJl u tfrMEETSV THE APPROVAL O- FGENERATIONS IA True TEMPERANCE cpNTAhv MEDICINE f w wptSfeawot I NOR f IIIUI VlerItli t LAND STOCK AND CROP purchasedfromat 3Jc and 4c They were shipped to Cincinnati Simon Well has pur chased of Benjamin 132 export cattle weight about 1450 pounds at 515 Part of the number will be corn fed Mt Sterling Gazette The Stanford Democrat notes the sales of 13 light hogs at 4 cents 12 heavier lings at 4jnn lot of corn at SI 25 per barrel tome 1200 Ib cattle at ije 18 steers weiulit 930 pounds at 4c a lot of soolb common steers at 3c and IIi common ewes at I each The Harrodsbnrg Democrat notes the sale tif Sstecrm 800 pounds at 3o feedem 1000 pounds at 4 Je too fat hog nt 4c for dflivery November 50 stuck hogs at He lieifors45Q pounds at 3c flit cow too pounds at 3c lot of butchers rattle at 3Uc 159 feeders weight 1050 pounds at 4jc 75 good stock ewes at 5 each doubledeck carload of lambs at 31c The farmers aro having a hard time saving their tobacco crop It seems that it III bound to injure It is burning badly in the patch whether on the stick or still on the stalk stud In the barns also It is suggested that it would be a good plan to haul wluJtand give the liarn floors a good soaking in the evening then close the doors and shutters for the night If that isnt done there w danger that the tobacco will dry up instead of curing up This week will measurably see tobacco in the barn The indications now are that cropOwlngsille Jonas B Bush auctioneer reports the wlo of W 0 Brook administrator or the late Simpson W Biock Thursday as largely attended and good prices realized The farm of 50 acres was bought by James Mu tidy at t5 CO per acre a 3yearold saddle ninre brought 100 aged mare S50 mule colt 60 call 1050 hogs from oc to 7c per pound I heifer 4450 cow 40 calf 1750 old corn Sl per barreljnew corn Sl51 wheat 73Jc per bushel fowls poundlaidacres of tobacco brought ijS household and kitchen furniture realized good pricesJoe Penn bought of Jonas Well 35 head of 1050lb feeders at about 450 F O Doty of Buffalo N Y sold to W T Bncfcner 29 head of extra cood calves at 65 per cwtAt Millers burg Thomas J Jones sold 30 head of 880lb yearling steers to John McKIm son of Belle Center Ohio Ashby Leer soul him 4 head of 1000lb steers Priro U75Robt Tarr let out 34 llliOlb steers to be fed at 5 25 to Root hughes Geo Stoker sold 18 lOOnlb steers to Jas E Ford at 450 W N Clarke bought 25 grade yearling heifers from Richard Faulk her of Wllliamstovni for 17 per head Paris Kentuckian Robbed the Grave A startling Incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in n most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day Three physicians hind given me up Fortunate ly a friend advised trying Electric lIlt ters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improve ment I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per bottle at ierry Thomas Drug Store Suc cessors to W G White 5 WHAT WILL BRYAN 001 fNcw York World Of the subordinate issues Mr Bryan gives trusts and monopolies the first place and well says that The IIJlpallh1 growth combinations presentAdmlnlstmrlon that the Republican party lacks either this desire or the ability to deal with effectivelyHe as tc JtoesdirectlyIf elected I shall appoint an Attor neyGeneral who will without fear or favors enforce existing laws This Is what the country needs more then new laws and what it has never had under any Administration Demo cratic or Republican and tnis Is the strongest poInt Bryans favor Nobody questions that he would up point midi an AttorneyGeneral and sustain him wiih all the great power of anybodyshall be reelected we shall have the same or another corporation luwye and trust promoter ssAttoruey General PUTNAM FADELESS DYES do not spot streak or give your goods an unevenly dyed appearence Sold by C L Searcy Waco Thomas Adams Panolo Ky spolm Boys the world Is wide If you wish to be Homebody pitch in The brnvr always have friends Where others Imve Kone you ran jyt If tIm old track dont unit make a new one somebody with walk in it Success is nevei ob tained In country like this without an ellbrt If you fall limn get up again If it is dark strike a light II you are in the shade movearouud for if there is shade on one side there is sunshine on the other It takes longer to akin an elephant than a mouse but then the skin is worth more Centralin Guard A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Ilruise Bncklens Arni ca Salvo the best in the world will kill the patti and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Felon Corns all skin eruptions Bert Pile cure on earth Olily 25 tfeiitt a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Tlioniu Druggist 6 justlfyHeimblicair tniii wiien we found the uNipleot Porte litfotlmy hud lepresen irttivH in the Hiiaiiirtli Lei tai ore nin that now we refuse to give them any reiintflltivtivtf our Legislature Tell Republicans that when we found the Porto HicaiiB they hiiil Ire ittulf with their mother country end now we deny them free trade with the United States although they must swear allegiance to our Government William J Bryan I want to suggest two questions foi theimperialisticAsk them whether Filipino is to be a citizen or a subject If he is to bo a citizen ho must share with us In the destiny of the nation If he is to be a subject we must change our form 01 government I do not want him liS a subjertIdestlnyWilliam It was a bandmaster with an eye for the eternal fitness of thlnea that first made musicians wear tunics Its advisable for thegourmet to ron sUrrthe outlay bolero giving attention to the layout A Boston authority on poker Bpnaks of a bobtall flush as a Robert caudal suffusion Ilalsnt she a barefaced sou brette2 MayNo dear her faceis cox urod with paint You can convict nearly anyone of hoi iifH fool fool Tti1iul lllfljiMlh1LjVjj t GILBERTS OPPONENT SHOWN UP Dr John Mnaoii WjlliBniP of Mt ncpnbIiennEighth Congressional District arrived in Louisville late yesterday alternoott Dr Williams is inukintr an active can- vaSs in his district and is confident that he wilt defeat his opponent Gilbert who is the incumbent Dr Williams says that the poll has been nearly com pleted in the Eighth and that the returns are most satifactorv Dr Will jamsVpractlce4 medicine in this city until a few years aso and has many frienda here Afternoon Assassin Better known tiers ns the J Wlll lams who took his doll rags and do luirted when refused liwnfe to run a harronnf two doors from the First niiriMinn church at Fourth and Walnut He should fuse with the Prohibitionists of his districtionisvillr Times tIM1 WILLGING MANUFACTURER O- FPAINTSOF EVERY DESCRIPTION Sells direct to the consumer at WH E AtE rRI E a Wall Paper Window Shades Picture FramesVWindow Glass Paintersc S u rStock the Largest Prices always the Lowest Wall Paper 4c up Window Shades JOc up fieo nt Willging 290 W MAIN RICHMOND KY at1lli llM Iari otherpropertyinsUtutlonGlres FIFE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no Initiation fee charged to becoineamemberorcompany The cheapest company for the theStateonehalf after the first year For further Information call on their agent nttorneyatIawRIchmond TrustCompanyJ II CARTER Pres mayZlly O C BOSWORTU Secy rOur 600ds AIND Our prices Compel you to trade withus when you give us a trial 1FthB ffi9ID ii3 g ft illQIDffiJll II Ej ID IV The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy pHrases nor bombastic claims All buyinthe world select the la JoubUyYQU the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with Wnit8AND Gioson TKoTdoIDyspepsia eatItartificlally recontructlng digestantcan approach It in efficiency It in permaneriUycuresDyspepsia Sour SIckHeadacheLGastralgiaCrampsand Prepared by Eo C DeWitt Co Cblcago For sale by Perry Thomas WE GUARANTEEDr Cath1s Syrup Pepsin to cure JndhestlonSickWiles taJzcn according to llrcciion3 nR w C CALDWjELU UtIcent00 IMIrlIictutel1 We 91UzcC tlav Vlico ltHI cv- TjVV MfCt 9iY m I 1101f1ol0 z j Ne vr rove When the soldier dons his togs of war to leave his homo and friends his sweetheart on hit shoulder Jeans and asks with breaking heart Will you forget me darling And hero is what he says Never p t Love I And when we are astcd it we wilt mote our ImondHaving rented the shop back of the Methodist Church we will there conduct the Central Kentucky Monumental Works and at Nlcho lasville Nlcholasvillc Marble and Oranie Works with skilled labor firstclan material polite attention and low prices Call and scot Jnc73m GOLDEN FLORA +s + CALL AT + + ++ 111 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed hy upto iate and accommodating clerks 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give you full information tr tc fJitto Respectfully Cosh SubmittedE V ELDER cRICHMOND KY 1 IThThojrJ t f3 sBUMivi R j R S C 3It I tjirrj ouiLij our line is complete for ITNiVVV ill Factory prices have admucexKs DflIflHSt everything Inijbwe liji4t- t UIIJ f We hive a iiik line Ejof 7 feet allLiiien Shade at 35 9 L iii COr1CSpoi1E1 II4rja a lIU1tIiwWC OLDllAMS l I15UCCE To IIttElS1Ai OtKAX i IljhIi Ii service from February 27 to May 2L It toes not appear that the roll was paid Ince not a single name is receipted or It is also found that not a name n the company roll corresponds with ny name on enlistment blanks ex pt that of Capt Bennett alone BRAINARD PLATT Where Is Taylor Now I There remains but course open to him Tayl and that Is to return as soon he can walk bravely and onei ly Into court and meet the dictment like a man other course would be rank injustice not only to himself but to those of his friends whb have been accused of so foul a crime do not know whether the Indictment has been found against Mr Jar but have no doubt If it that he will promptly IIIider himself into the hands the law and believe that any tlmatlon to the contrary does him Injustice ExGov Brad iley April 2 6 sneitherhad any connection with the assassination of Senator Goe bel am a citizen of this stat amenable to Its laws am not 0a criminal neither shall ever 0 aWheneveroutrage should be committed tshall appear for trial conscious of my Innocence and of the ultimate trtumphof right and ju- sticeW S Taylor April 7 N ili z Z o o m W M Jo U H F Q Z C a Z JH Z f4 Z A o Z NO ANSWER TO IT YET- Nearly one month has elapsed clnce William JBryan delivered his famous speech at Indianapolis The perora tjon of that speech has been read and reread by countless thousands of the people of the world That splendid peroration was not a mere collection of words Eloquently and forcefully the line was there drawn between the national destiny as conceived by the fathers and contemplated by the fol lowers of William J Bryan and the national destiny conceived by the weak and platitudinous McKinley and the men to whose unAmerican schemes he yields all too readily Al though the world has become familiar with the peroration of Bryans Indian apolis speech no Republican organ has endeavored to answer It no Re publican orator has dared to assail t- Read It again can conceive of anational dUo tiny surpassing the glories of the prey ent and the pasta destiny which meets the responsibilities of today and measures uptto the possibilities of the futureBehold a republic resting secufy upon the foundation stones quarrleo by revolutionary patriots from the mountain of eternal trutha republic applying In practice and proclaiming to the world the selfevident propos tion that all men are created equal that they are endowed wlthlnallfna ble rights that governments are in U4- r t r cir W o ei 4H 4m m ir1 x Jo rlJ xW Q m o stltuted among men to secure these rights and that governments derive their just powers from the consent of thegovernedBehold republic In which civil and religious liberty stimulate all to earnest endeavor and In which the law restrains every hand uplifted for a neighbors Injurya republic in which every citizen Is a sovereign but in which no one cares to wear a crown Behold a republic standing erect while empires all around are bowed beneath the weight of their own arm ament a republic whose flag Is loved while other flags are only feared Behold a republic Increasing In population In wealth In strength and in influence solving the problems of civilization and hastening the coming of a universal brotherhooda repub lic which shakes thrones and dissolves aristocracies by Its silent example and gives light and inspiration to those who sit In darkness Behold a republic gradually but surely becoming a supreme moral fac tor In the worlds progress and the ac dIsputesIapath of the just Is as the shining light that shineth more and more unto the perfect day When you arc told that McKInley Ism represents the conscience the intelligence and the patriotism of the country ask your informant why no has endeavored to answer Bryans splendidapostrophe a ito an American national destiny f t t PrintShnwsthrnuyh tti 1Jtf Jtit fl irsrr fV ttrL1 3SHE fft i THE n lOn the Murder of Goebal and Taylors Acts of H gaaaiid ed Lawlessness Republican Papers on Caleb Powers Trial The verdict of the jury in the trial of Caleb Powers exsecretaty of state of Kentucky which finds him guilty of complictlty In the murder of William Goebel and fixes his punishment at im prisonment for life will surprise no one who has carefully followed the evi dence ancj is at all familiar with tits political conditions in that state grow ing out of the contest over the govern orshipItcannot be denied that the state produced a formidable array of evi dence tending to prove that the assassination of Goebel was not the work of a reckless daredevil mountaineer who did the dastardy Job upon his own re sponsibility but that it was the result of a carefully planned conspiracy Ther is no longer any doubt among fairminded RepullUcans aa well as Democrats that the Goebel murder was deliberately planned and that the assassin was the agent of a conspiracy which had conceived that some advantage was to be derived from the removal of the Democratic claimant to the governorship The task for the state in the case nf Powers was to establish his connection with or responsibility for the carsp racy which Js known to have existed The state claimsto havedone this upon the testimony of several witnesses who re lated conversations in which Papers is alleged to have stated tHit Goebel had- to be killed The most credible testimony of this character was given by Finley Anderson a Republican and a warm personal friend of Powers a resident of Barbourville the home of the defendant who detailed a conversa lion In which Powers told him that Goebel would not live to take his seatand that if necessary he would kill him himself Add to such testimony as this the ad mission of Powers that he organized the crowd of 1200 armed mountaineers came to Frankfort on January 15 also the proof that he gave Henry E Youtsey the key to his office in the state building and that the shot which killed Goebel was fired from that office and it is difficult to see how the Jury under the instructions of Judge Can trill could bring in any other verdlrt than that of guilty of accessor before the fact to the murder The trial of Youtsey who was seen running down the stairway train the secretary of states office immediately after the shot was fired and to whom Powers gave the key to the office prom ises more important revelations than were disclosed in the trial Just ended and It conducted with the same vigor by the state should clear up the conspiracy that has blackened the name of Kentucky Willie all citizens Irrespective of party unite in condemnation of the Iniquitous Goebel law by whlcn the popular will of the people of Kentucky was subverted and which led to the killing of its author they also unite in the demand that those who are responsible for the murder of Goebel or in any way abetted that crime shall be speedily punished Chicago Times Herald Republican Renders Himself Odious Gov Taylor of Kentucky by deliberately appropriating the fruits of as sassination is rendering himself more odious to the American people than was the man who was shot down while wrongfully making use of lawful means to secure possession of an office to which he was not entitled In de claring a state of insurrection to exist when the facts did not warrant such a declaration and in adjourning the leg- Islature to meet February at London Laurel county which is in a communi sympathizersingness to take full advantage of a situation created by a cowardly assas sinHad the legislature of Kentucky con vened yesterday undoubtedly it would have unseated Gov Taylor and the Re publican lieutenant governor and would have given their offices to Goe bel and Beckham the latter the Demo cratic contestant for the office of lieu tenant governor In the event of Goe bythelegislaturefall to Beckham When it was announced that Goebel had been shot very few persons thought of charging Taylor with the responsibility for the crime It was forTaylorpresent in Frankfort to lend assistance to his cause apparently with his appro quarteredInshot at Goebel Is supposed to have been fired The situation was most delicate and required circumspect action on the part of Gov Taylor His course however has been anything but circumspect By proceeding at once to take advantage of the assassination for his own benefit be in a sense gives his sarction to the act of the assassin Thus is Kentucky doubly disgraced Goebelism was bad enough but the offenses of Goebel were not equal to these of Taylor Taylors action in us legIslaturebcdy were attempting to assemble peaceably was an intolerable outrage discreditable to a South American revolutionist When a man acting as governor whose title to that office is in question can freely use the militia to Interrupt the proceedings of the legis lature a coordinate branch of the gov ernment republican institutions are little more than a name Taylors associates should hasten to repudiate his acts if they desire to avoid sharing in the responsibility for them Chicago Record Independent The Unavoidable Inference It seems that men were supplies with food or money by certain Republican leaders at Frankfort The inference Jn the case was almost unavoidable If these men were not hired by the gov- ernmehtthey were hired by men who were determined that the governor should hold his place at all risk That etnoohicratic candidate is also a fairsateand reasonable Inference Politically the result of this csima permanentlybring some other of the formerly doubtful states back to Democratic control Even in the presidents own state of Ohio the chances of Democrat ic success this year have been greatly Increased by yesterdays developments at Frankfort The stupid blnnd tr who shot repeatedly at Goebel did even more harm to the party in whose name he committed such an act of insane folly If Goebel lives he may expect so be made governor of the state as a matter of course nowBoston Ad vertiser Republican Treachery The general aspect of the Igqobleand infamous act of treachery is disgusting to honorable citizen There must have been some authority for the presence of the armed mduntaineers in Frank fort Whose was it There must have been some reason for those armed men resisting the search of the house Whence Gov Goebel was shot What was It We have the greatest of re spect for all Innocent persons and we believe all to be such until they are proven guilty lIre Taylor who has been occupying the governors chair and his associates express consterna Uoa aV the tragical conclusion of this contest Well they may for It has wounded the American people and tiesacred cause of law and justice They- are inevkably associated with thisnn happy act of cowardice Albany TimesUnion Republican Taylor Not Governor But Military Dictator The situation in Kentucky daily grows worse and the press considers that on Uov Taylor rests in a large measure the responsibility If there Should be armed revolution who pro vided It There is but one answerthe man above all others whose office it peacetheNot a single process of law was resist ed except by Taylor himself There was not only no failure of the law but there was public order save again in so far as Taylor himself tended to des troy it His conduct has plainly been usurpatlonItpeace such a spectacle as the refusal of a governor to let a legislature meet and the militia chasing it through the streets was ever before witnessed IIi this country Imagine Gov Stones at tempting to Interfere similarly with ImagihzPresidentgress to do a certain thing and chas ing it down Pennsylvania avenue with armed troops if it refused It is so pre posterous that If It were less danger ous It would be amusing Taylor is today not the governor of Kentucky He is a mere military dic tator That is the naked truth and If he succeeds In his program there will beat least one state in the union where not a semblance of republican govern ment is visible If he has any appeals to the courts let him take it but first the authority and right of the lawful legislative authority should be rees tablished if every resource of the Unit ed States should be needed to do it Pittsburg Press Independent Taylor a Despot Taylors course from the moment of his inauguration has been subversive of the fundamental principles of demo cratic government- All these circumstance taken together place Gov Taylors case in the worse possible light A man who after his installation as governor is capable of such lawless arbitrary and generally unprincipled conduct is manifestly not to be credited with honest and lawabiding methods In the campaign which eventuated in his being declared governor therIghtfulcomes a secondary issue The main necessitythatup by Taylor and backed with bayor nets and bullets shall be pulled down and replaced with the Democratic form of government to which Kentucky has the same title as every other state in the union Better a hundred years of planthanRepublicanA Stinging Editorial The Washington Times which was not friendly to Goebal had the follow ing stinging editorial Irrespective of what may be the power of exGov Taylor backed by his horde of drunken and bloodthirsty sav anarchyInof the legislature declaring the election ot William Goebel and inaugurating againstthestate of whatever advantage the Republican had gained temporarily by his violent and treasonable dispersion of the legislature and through the at tempted assassination of the de jure governor of the commonwealth The final events of yesterday brand Taylor and his ban4lttlas rebels and outlaws and though they may be Republicans as well as Democrats The country Is not inclined to have the states rele gated to the status of federal pro- vInces subject to the dicJaUqn and coercion In their local affairs by the gov = errment at Washington Gov Taylprs acting In ordering the legislature to convene at London Laurel county instead of at Frankfort is open to suspicion If insurrection prevails at Frankfort the state capl tal it might under certain conditions bci necessary for that body to meet elsewhere With the militia force which is available Gov Taylor should be abler however to protect the mem bers of the general assembly and pre servej order that the legislative branch of the state government could carryon I r Mtirl1C1 YlW1sri imatas rM itsjsrork without interruption uthat iSwould not be e fer the legislature to remain in sessforat the 1st capital the Thardly becommended forte seleclioa of t small town In Laurel county the temporary capital of the state It Tfeudsmeans an Ideal place for a deliberative assembly to meet Possibly the gov ernor is pla lnt a shrewd political game posibly the Republican mana gore are contriving just the kind of a situation in which the federal authorities might consider themselves justified it interfering If it was necessary ta afortto convene at Louisville Ample protection would be provided there and t armed men from the mountains would not prove as formidable as they mIght t lathe little town of Landon n The reports from Frankfort are rtfrom reassuring It Is not pleasant learn that the legislature was barred by the bayonets of militia not only from 4 the state house but from other places In which it endffivered to assemble The proposed arrest of Democratic members of the legislature Is also open r to suspicion Of Gov Taylors rlghtto adjourn the legislature there appeata to n be some doubt according to Mr Trimt ibIt the speaks of the lower the Kentucky general assembly But sue even n the constitution of the statejW Rt the governor claims authorizes him to adjourn the legislature and direct Ittot 1 adjourn elsewhere was such ffon loJioA essartand did the conditions of fairs at ikfort leave Whim noel W b ternatlve I h QA course tJoYI TaylortIttI should make every effort to the peace and to maintain orderly gor t ercment but in dealing with a coordi nate branch of tile state government aer t should apt use His power to coerce tooJ1 freely otherwise It may be snspectedj uthat conspiracies are not wbplly fotrr Gecbels champinns in t4 the legislature The situation JnKeaK ttjcky js4cf The most delicate character and it IS to that Gov Taylor will act so judlciensly that he will not add to Its gravity or its daugersioJ a 14 The Suicide of the Pretender Ii A few days ago the feeling in the country was not only W S Taylor was the rightful governr of Kentucky to but also that he was deservin of onotliuous support and sympathy Today the strength of the original title does not shield him from attack ic every quarter Repeated acts of folly com mltted within twentyfour hours haveco degraded him to the level of his adveti saries and completely alienated the gcod will that has been expressed to ward him by the champions o honest elections Since the shooting of Goebel Taylor1 has acted like a man possessed His proclamation that a state of insurrection existed Iri Frankfort was false and as the single assault which was committed in that city was directed against his principal opponent by some crazed or reckless person his word might be construed as an undeserved reflection upon his own following Probably the truth Is however that ha gwar iri a panic of fear at the thoightof J plainfture to the small town of London This place is dawn among the feud counties a district notorious for law lessness the country over and It ap pears that it is very convenient to those much advertised mountaineers of t Republican proclivities who t1avo In I creased the melodramatic nspects of 1 u the gubernatorial fight The inference is of course that Taylor proposes to reenforce his nltia with a reserve of these picturesque deadshots and to hold an armed court until the disturb ance Is over Meantime he has treated a majority of the members of the legislature with the greatest Indignity with the aid of toe military he has barred them from thn capitol and he has set soldiers upr 03 them to prevent their meeting else where But the wholly fataous nature of such a policy 1s evident at aglan-ce After several futile efforts a these Democrats succeeded in gettblgt x together and Goebel and Beikhain iwere both sworn in Manifestly their h technical advantage would hive been IJ no greater had they bee allowel to meet in the first place without the i4 r slightest interruption Although we believe that Tasdrwas i th t the 1 tlsuchordinate branch of the civil govern moot Even though its decision on the gubernatorial contest was citrafyto y the facts ifacted with a show of an thorlty a iilt would have been far t better to suffer a wrong under theclr t cnmstanfes ihan to precipitate a civil War Theproper appeal was first to the courts andthen to the Coplrather than to the soldiers If the remedytwould have been slow In coming would also have been sure while now 1 the cause of justice is so complicated that It may not be fairly heard at the next elections Taylors lawlessnsss has for the timt being obscured the lawbreaking ca reer of Chicago TlinesHer i aid Republican t j Effort of Profit by Crime i This is an unfortunate and discreditable act pn the part of Gov Taylor Itfsuggests he Is not unwilling to prolKI by the shot which came from a wia doW in the executive building And the place fixed for the adjourned meet t- Ing of the legislature a country vii lage in the heart of the mountains r whence tame the armed men wttofor a week terrorized Frankfort dnly edli to the suspicion that the antlGoobel jt Ites are not unwilling to take every advantage the attempted assassins Uon though they denounced the act Chicago Journal Republican ayIorsDeflat of Law Yetthese insurgentlegislators artIrregularly elected officials of thoytafe and are intrusted with the power make laws and to pass upon a eon tested election for the Offices ot SOT r ernorv and lieutenant governor Buff laid Express Republican Strategic Advantages London Is down iri tie gazette for less than 200 inhabitants It most r1 have been selected on aC Qunt qtrat K f egtc advantages for themilIkrp that t ii RocbeteUnion W w r v Y I a I it I jt rc rrll7tsO tl =1t 1 Supplement to THE RICHMOND CLIMAX Wednesday October 3 JQ00 L THE STATE FUNDS USED TO RCTEcTCITIZENTAYLOR1 TheStartlingStoryDerivedfromOfficial in Pictures Funds misappropriated by Repubh tun officials shown by warrants and checks In auditors office January 31 190010044 13 February 2 1900 2599 97 February 1900 702 25 February 7 1900 12612 95 February 7 1900 4022 83 83 2- 6322I Total 30097 64 In November December and Janul wry 590474 was spent In preparing Vie militia In the eight days from January 31 to February 7 Citizen Taylor Collier Auditor Sweeney and Treasurer Day drew without warrant of law the start Hue sum of 2998213 to maintain Tay tors soldiers frankfort Ky Aug 17Courier ifesraal Special Investigations Into Me conduct of the different offices dur btfl the Taylor administration are kluging dally the most startling dis closures of misappropriation of funds ad reckless and unlawful expenditures tIC the peoples money particularly IMed to maintain Taylors soldiery with s view to thwarting the will of the pea ilo and clogging the enforcement of cl Vil law When the present Democratic swere Installed Into office they expected to find affairs much con Cued mismanaged and abused but none expected to find that the states money had been used so lavishly without warrant of law in the Interest of a private citizen who as a Republican anted to hold the office of governor la spite of the decisions against him ky the legally constituted authorities Revelations In the offices of the auditor and treasurer show an Illegal use of funds aggregating 30000 None of the warrant issued to D R Collier for money Is accompanied by certificates hearing the signature of the governor although the law specifically requires v that this be done About 30000 was i paid over to D R Collier by the Re publican officials after Taylor had been retired to private life None of this money was paid him under any section of the statute which provides for the payment of money for active military purposes all was given out after Wm Goebel had been declared to be govern or and sworn in as such and some of the money was refunded by Collier af ter he had been removed from office by Gov Beckham In many cases none of the Republican officials left any record to show what was done with the money thus turned over to Collier Many the Taylor military pay rolls are unreceipt ed The money was paid to Collier al so in open violation of the law which does not allow him to handle the peoples money inasmuch as he is not a bonded officer of the state Taylor Wanted Even More Money All of this will come as a startling revelation Inasmuch as It was said that Taylors soldiers were paid by private subscription and not with the states money Such an item as 150 for whis ky and the best whisky at that is one of those for which the states money went Another bill for fruit Is includ ed in the list of expenditures And al though Taylor saw the treasury being drained to promote his own desperate private ambition he Is said by Repub lican officials to have raved and swore at them when at last warned by their bondsmen they refused to pay any more money to a private citizen for rim personal military guard Records Sa the adjutant generals office also show that many of the men who drew money from the state as members of military companies never enlisted as required by law but were simply re cruited and armed a private mob at public expenseto satisfy the demand ef Taylor No company is more fla grant In this breach of the law than the one from Morgantown Taylors some Thousands of dollars were thus expended not only for unenllsted men feat for men who though regularly en ted had been dispersed by Gov Goe bel in his first proclamation and who were therefore under arms contrary to law In view of these disclosures Gov Btckham will instruct Attorney Gener al Breckinridge to bring suit at once against exAuditor Sweeney and ex Treasurer Day and their sureties for the recovery of all this misappropriat ed money 10000 In a Lump The first Illegal payment of money so far as ascertained was on January SI during which day Taylor was still governor This money was paid under Warrant No 6280 with treasurers eheck No 218 on the American Nation al bank of Louisville which was then the state depository of public funds The warrant bore the signature of F H Johnson assistant auditor and the check was signed by Walter R D- Olt then acting treasurer Taylor al ough tie was governor when the check was drawn had no right in law er equity to pay out money or to order any paid out to a man who was not un tier bond as In Colliers case Collier had no right to pay out any money be gauss on January 31 Immediately afs Mr Gov Goebel was sworn In as gOY f v q silt le lit- iat II ernor he Issued a proclamation dis parsing the militia and ordering the baciChomeSection 2705 chapter 86 of the Ken tucky statutes provides how money shall be paid out After fixing the salaries of the militia and officers it says The same to be paid out of the treasury on warrant of the auditor of public accounts upon company pay rolls accompanied by copies or certifi cates of the orders bearing on the case certified by the adjutant general and approved by the governor by his own signatureThe 1004413 which Collier got was upon the following mere memoran complyingsubstitute for the legal forms and as a justification for withdrawing the peo ples money from the treasury to be used at his pleasure State of Kentucky to D R Collier Dr 56250 lbs Bacon 7c421 7i 76000 lbs Flour 400 per bbl 1500 00 11250 lbs Beans ttp 3c per lb 421 US 7500 lbs Rice 5c per lb 375 00 52500 lbs Potatoes Ic per lb 525 00 22500 lbs Onions 2 23c per Ib 600 00 11250 lbs Sugar 565 per cwt 698 60 6000 lbs Coffee 1175 per cwt 705 00 250 lbs Pepper 10c 2b 00 3000 lbs Soap 2c 60 00 3000 The Salt 3c 16 00 Wood 250 00 Drayage ISO 00 Express 100 00 Freight 100 00 Incidentals h 300 10044 J3 Illegal for Two Reasons This withdrawal was illegal for two reasons among others FirstThe payment was notJustified as required by law by the receipted bycopiesaccompaniedwithtors office and Second Collier not being a bonded directhimsum without bond or security to pro Thelinterencethe Democrats filed an injunction against such payment Money Unaccounted For When Auditor Coulter went into the office vacated by Auditor Sweeney he called Gov Beckhams attention to the fact that Collier had money unaccount howthetolookthat Collier after waiting three months carried alleged bills and re accompaniedbybalance from the 1004413 The mat ter was out of Auditor Coulters hands and was then in the hands of the state Inspector so Auditor Coulter bundled the papers up and put them in the safe The accounts show however that the Februaryafteroffice by Gov Beckham It was only after the Investigation was demanded that Collier admitted having any mon ey belonging to the state and that he offered to pay It back In the adjutant generals office there Is not the scratch of a pen to show for what the money was expended It is pointed out that 10000 Is quite a smart little pile of money for a man to carry about with him when he has no legal right to it- Republicans Grew Desperate Dating from that first misappropriation the desperate Republican officials dug down deep into the state treasury for the means to bolster up their cause and satisfy the clamorings of the sol diem Although Gov Goebel vas sworn into office on the night of Janu ary 31 and W S Taylor was retired to private life according to the rulings of all the courts from the lowest to the yetSweeney01 ed Taylors requisition for 1259997 on February 2 the third day after Gov Daypaidany warrant of law whatever This Is requisitionnature of the governor and any pay ment for military purposes without the signature Is a misappropriation of funds This money was paid out In various checks one of which went to C Fugazzl a Frankfort fruit dealer The list Is as follows Carter Dry Goods company 764 15 New Albany Woolen Mill 675 00 7 JI Robinson Norton Co 357 40 Beehive Grocery company 14S M E Power 10687 Adams Express company 7535 L N Railroad company 72 05 Howard Noonan 6670 Rogers Co 5883 W J Scotto 57 78 R L Harp Co 53 70 A W Gayle 48 30 JL Ashler eo 29 80 P C Sower Co 19 20 C Fugazzl 3 75 McGllI Transfer company 66 00 No Evidence That Collier Paid Money Again on February 3 70225 was legally drawn out of the state treasury by Auditor Sweeney Treasurer Day and Private Citizen Taylor as shown by theorii1na1To hem No16830nd tmAt4 6331 in the auditors office voucher and warrants 6330 being for 56 and voucher 6331 being for 64625 making the aggregate of 70225 which requi sition did not have the Indorsement of Gov Goebel as required by law The warrant for 64625 was made payable to DR Collier to pay the Lexington detachment and the pay roll of that detachment does not show that be paid ItCItizen Taylor Makes Another Grab On February 7 four days after Gov Goebels death and after the legisla ture had a second time acted on the governors contest Auditor Sweeney honored the requisition of Private Citizen Taylor In violation of law for 1261295 shown by warrant 6345 which was paid by Walter R Day state treasurer In two checks No 5709 for 404450 and No 5710 for 856845both checks being made paya ble to D R Collier Citizen Taylor seems to have been hard pressed on the day the 1261295 was used for on that same day another warrant was drawn for 4022432 making a total for that day of 1663557 No Receipts for Money Some of this money Is presumed to have been used for paying Citizen Tay nothingitot It to riirq triMfIfMor TOr W rIo Z o rD x 1P o 1l W Q O fl x Z q There Is a pay roll for J F Hawns company from January 30 to January 31 Inclusive disbursing 3450 which is not receipted There Is another payroll of the staff and field officers of the First Kentucky disbursing 21225 which Is not receipted Going down the list the following unreceipted pay rolls made out prior to the payment foutdinNo Record of Bradleys Order The adjutant generals office also shows a disgraceful misappropriation of the public funds what records there are showing that men were put on the company pay rolls Who were not en listed There Is no order on the re cords Calling out the militia In Louis vllle on election day and from Novem ber 2 to November 14 the pages are companiesThereLexington company to guard the arse nal and from that date up to January entryHawnsary 30 to February 537700-R S Carrs company January 30 to February 6 84775 E companyJanuary 397 50 A M Brewers company Janu aryi80toFebruaryf6i51620H- JCochraaaeoetpany JUII i 11r- r 1ai i ia wifa ns u i o o Z x F z W 6 F H 0Z 4fi 01 rz1 o F G c d 0a 00 zW N 8 U w ary 30 to February 5 39125- J H Brownflelds company January 30 to February 5 545 50 G D RIpleys company January 30 to February 5 37125- T W Sweatts company Janu ary 30 to February 5 509 55 E W Wards company January 30 to February 5 600 50 J K Watkins company January 30 to February 5 495 25 B Walcutts company January SO to February 6 37125- F Wards company January 9 to January 23v 640 25 This makes a total outlay of 620395 tor which the state would have nothing to show even it there had been any authority to pay out the money nor Is there any record to show that the money was paid out Dug Deep lnt the Treasury The requisition from Citizen Taylor for 402283 drawn the same day as the big check is made payable by war rant No 66346 which does not bear the signature of J CW Beckham who was at that time governor of tht com monwealth and no military payment could be made legally without his sig nature This money was made payable tddlvers andsundryipersons Is showPbytthetfeilowin5lliztns tisni 1fI l 4we1t I Ilcompany u IdFonutiue 04 20- Utagg cc isacoa 35 15 ilJAdams Kxpress company 27 85 oM Anler 76 W I lie ttowen C Co 4 5hMCUIll Transfer company 2ti F C Sower s Co 4115 K U Harp Co 64 10aJohn Jones 15 William Jones 5 00 4 Hautler Klaur 153 80 Louisville Tin and Stove Com S pany 5840tW J Scotto r C E Colllna eo 12 75 Rogers Co Louisville Packing company 10801tisashville Biscuit company Bee Hive Grocery company 47 95 J W Gayla 99 lO- A J Ross Son 50379IArmour Con I A C Roberts 7500 John Perkins 64S Howard Noonan 6 75 G Co Shaw 160 Eo H Taylor Jr Sons 20 00 Bceidea the big checks there entwo others so far discovered 1Jlet 8326 and another 3225 both otk aIdrawn with the same reckless IdlM t gard for the peoples money and In f dpeq TfoiaiJion of thelaw The totsl amount thus drawn out of the state j treasury 3009764 funds misappro priated by A private citizen ttke state and used ta pay the cost 6C Ma effort to hold on to an office by force after he had been legally removed aa governor Spent 5904 to Capture Election The records In the auditor1 office show that for three months prior 40 the assassination of GovQoebel Gov Bradley and Taylor werelpe ths peoples money in organizinga mill tary following on whom they could count to do their will In any emergen 84042Inary 220845 That this wild misappropriation of the peoples money was isishownbystartlingsumthe treasury If the 5904 expended for military purposes during Novem addedtheof their money spent illegally for tho purpose of intimidating their law makers barring their way to the out cial buildings and overawing the vot thoNovemberRingers On the Pay Rolls The pay roll of Capt Frank Praters countytromthe following members of the McKtnsterGreenClarence TaylorShepherd andtheant Adjt Gen DIxon otCaleb palIto any pay even If the company had been called out by thegovernor These men are Frank Ad TBoltonWilUamFisher JasLockardard F G Martin Oscar McDonald JF Parriott William Phipps W N Petry William Owen J T Smith Brice Simpson William Shelton Robert WatsonAThese men drew 309 when they were not members of the company and the pay roll was certified as correct The petition asking for this company contained the names of nine men who could not write and had to make their markTaylor Looked After His Own The company from Morgantown where Taylor hailed from prior to Inking up his residence in Indianapolis under the protecting shadow of Gov Mount had fourteen men who were not enlisted Lieut Tom W Sweatt who helped to guard Taylor at his resI- dence was closa enough to the citizen to get what he wanted He got the pay rolls through for his men and Taylor certified to one of the rolls while the others are certified to by DIxon assist ant adjutant gneraL The unenlisted SPureelICTyler W A Dodd and 0 Turner corporals J B Skillman W Day H LDean E C Hawkena G Herreld W Lorrison and R McKInney Oa one pay roll from February 6 to February 12 these men st 15925 on another from February 13 to February 19 they got 15925 and from February 20 to February 24 they got 11375 or 43225 altogether More Private Guards Paid Capt Watklnfl pay roll from WIl Ilamsburg carried sixteen men who had never been enlisted as follows Riley Alder Ben Bennett J M Davis Fred DentascusIL RedenerwWilsonThesemoney and DIxon assistant adjutant general certified that the pay roll was correctIt be seen that 94675 was paid to men who were not soldiers but who simplytoBig Lump For Newport Men Another pay roUfor 5342 Is made out by Ifc Benretteapt othelNewportconipanny This Is for alleged std jii