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Digital page images are linked to the text file. zij TI1flz T RICHMOND CUMAX VOLUME 27RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1900 NUMBER 22e l ly v v 71 7l IIIV W + 7If 7 7itaf 7i is I e- xlWril lIjIj l l IK lRl Jr 1175 l 3t G rillCiI IImfl ifI t 1Jj v if tiS tJlte0 I ft W illP C V- l j a9ecz I 7 F ll A l l Fh ij Q 7l l 7ij 11 l Fil t7 ii r 1 7 l 7 I PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATIOEITSTS E ROBERTS ATTOttNETATLAVr niCHMOND KENTUCKY iomCI onr Climax OHlc with Jas Mc Creary Second Street RW MILLER ATTOBMBYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY cinn the Burntnllding next door to is Ieb3ly A svLLlv AN ivron sYAT LAW EICiiMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court house on Main Street J C M OHENAULT AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ollice on Second street over Chen aults grocery l W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office with T Smith Jr orer Coviugton tt Mitchell J TAL30T JACS301T RICHMOND KENTUCKY aOfflo In Prather Building Main Street TSTSIOIANS DRS GIBSON S GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY RICHMOND dins and Sec Office theroe er bltilolinr cad Street owe Aftine old druenore CHAS C no 1mV- ETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty WOlHceat stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky aprTiy H C JdSPJSRM D Medicine and Surgery OHicc Prather Building Main Street Telephone residence Xhe Carr placeon Broadway 10 RioiiMoxn KgNTUC- YWEANS MD 1I PHYSICIAN AND SiTht ON KENTUCKY RICHMOND DENTAL sraGEIVZ DRxTIST OF LOUISVILLE KY 1nSmchmSodnovllly rWANTEDACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR for sroo la bank In referencereqUired 8ttmped en any city Enclose adf atidreesed 31nearelope lotallnfacturera born Bt Chicago Ill NARKS UCiPMIyMltt6BMTS REENoticeC1i4ui1 Xo fee till itenti secaw E nL Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of MrrJ90L In order to meet our obligations by January Jst it will be for us to do the greatest busyness in our career Our entire stock in this short tine must be converted into money and we know of no better or more powerful way to bring about a quick result than s fcto glg IIE I a- SIJ ir Ieci I e1aim LOi g e After 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 a 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 andat the same time feel that by giving mighty values that we going to make many new and lasting customers and increase the prestige of this store for the future You knows we know everybody knows that we always have given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall our stock of OMENS BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS HATS SHOES bettert stronger and more original than ever before Of courser the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgment b i e =I l J I fit I j n 1 7 f 1 WEST MAIN STREET e jat RICHMOND KENTUCKY rj M M i 7rK t1 lfii r t 75 J 7ij J t B t D ATTORNEYS 4 J ATTORNEYATLAW a rt toin + rr at T 3Cob3on1T Qld hopesestablisheda perience ThlrdFloor modemte CC necessary 4 i i are AND AND Is r s TRICKS with prices or qualities are not resorted- to to draw gent attention or secure your trade legitimate methods a stock of excellent quality and reason able prices aro our trump cards and we use them for the mutual benefit of our customers and ourselves Our special attraction this week it a line of highclass TABLE SILVERWARE I1heso items are hints of value- FJYEAGER Dr Louis II Landman No West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Qlyndbn Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY NOV 14 1900 returning every second Wednesday e each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky maylly Our floods AND Ourprices++ t r Compel 3routo trade with us when you give us a trial ifuID ffim y i1j1 ra i ID llID m 1nmD9 J1rp tJld jmD The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteNDGibsoo r ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CODSTT JUDGE We are authorized to announce R II CUOOKE a candidate for the office of Judge of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N Br TUR PIN a candidate for Judge of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party yon CLEIU We are authorized to announce SANFORD OLDHAM a candidate for County Clerk sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUQH DOTY for County Clerk sucject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce CM RAY subjecttoWe are authorized to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B WALKER a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party A7e are authorized to announce M M MILLER a candidate for County Clerk sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JESSE COBB a candidate for County Clerk subject U the action of the Democratic party FOB BURlUFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic are anthorlrcd to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aethorized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce P B BROAD DUB a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party ron ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce MARTIN GREEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic partySWe are authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce J8 L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party yon JAILER We are authorized to announce PETER O PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo 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 We are authorized to announce N D JONES fit a candidate for Jailer cf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Ir J PERK KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party pros SCHOOL SUreniHTESDEXT We are authorized to announce J VV1 WAGERS a candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent of County School subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorize to announce REV A J TRIBBLE candidate for County School Su perintendent subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announco OWEN J YOUNG a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools subject to the the Democratic party experience of popular assemblies has taught mo that you must give them time for flvcry atop- they tnkA Jf too hard pushed they balk fwd the machine rtMoades There are no treats pays Murk Hanna yet Mark Hanna is to rise nt nil hpure of the night and bent a kettledrum for the purpose or ilriv irit the trust bogeyman ofT prein Ices wlilo 150000 starving miners In- PennstvimlnarQ appealing in vain tQ the Coal Trust tar living wages Mark Hanna 18 sivinjr Luctiilanfeasttr 1- 0Qhil otnlll iOlllllrR 1or oft perpetaatiog11 Me Kinley prosperity s t 1 WHY PEOPLE CALL HER SO NICE Always shielding others at her own expense Apologizing without reservation when an apology is needed Comforting leer tastes when visiting to those of her hostess Always repressing criticism when there is anything to praise Inquiring after the friends and lauii lies of those whom she meets Expressing an interest in that which she see is interesting to others Avoiding jokes of a personal nature likely to wound anothers feeling Showing small courtesies to humble people without an air of patronage Looking at people and speaking pleasantly although she may feel this turbedTaking no notice 6f accidents which happen to others unless silo can give aidNever refusing a gift when it evi dentlv comes from the heart and is be stowed with pleasure Making no unnecessary allusion to any subject that is known to be disa greeable to others considerationforabout her- Writing letters to those who have benetitted her in any way or to whom she may give help or cheer Showing herself happy when site is enjoying herself remembering It is a pleasure to others to make her happy Great Thoughts JNo one has a right to expect from society more than a fair compensation for the services which he renders to society It he secures more It is at the expense of some one It Is no in justice to him to prevent his doing Injustice to another To him who would either class legislation or in thoabsenco of the necessary legislation trespass upon thu rights of another time Demo cystic party says Thou shalt not W J Bryan TRYITWomen ing from femal- etroubles and weakness and from irregular or painful men scs ought not flltd lose hope if Wdoctors cannot SJhelpthemPhy R sician are so 81 busy with other I diseases that they do not un derstand fully the peculiar ailments and the delicate organism of woman What the sufferer ought to do is to give a fair trial to- BRADFIELFFS Female RegulatoF providebyd is the formula of a physician highest standing who devoted his whole life to the study of the distinct ailments peculiar to our moth ers wives and It is made of soothing healing strengthening herbs and vegetables which have been provided by a kindly Nature to cure irregularity in themenses Leu corrhoja Falling of the Womb Nerv ousness Headache and Backache In fairness to herself and to Brad Welds Female Refjulator every suffering woman ought to give it a trial A i bottle will do wonderful amount of good Sold h druggists r Srad nicelyItimtrttal te book q the subject T a sEradffeldlkegalatorCoAtlantaGi scowls EmulSion of Cod Liver Oil is the means of life and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and children When appetite fails it restores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden When youlose fleshit brings the plumpness of health Vhen work is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright It is the thin edge of the wedge the thick end is food But what is the use of food when you hate it and cant di gcst it- Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that makes you forget your stomach If you have not tried It send for froo sample Its agreeable taste will surorlse you SCOTT k BOWNE Chemists YorkSOcTHE NEW JERSEY BLIND MAN National Democrat Senator Sewall of New Jersey the Republican leader in that nursery of monopoly is another ale statesman who shuts hiq eyes and looking at the sun sues only a black void This distinguished and veracious Senator says ho has been looking a beggedhitdate no such phenomenon has come within the range his vision Hovjever he admits that there are certain combination such as the Stan tiugarTrustsgards as entirey legitimate I can see no reason he says why five or capitalposes if they want to whytheythat five or ton men combine their purposesisobjecting to the monopoly It is that these live or ten men shouldsecure special legislative privileges like a tariff or a franchise under which they are monopolythe people Does Senator Bewail affect to believe that such combinations do not exist or 1lJIt1maloAnllbrains arc the only things or the most important things that enter into these combinations What did the capital and brains of the independent lines and refiner itxamemattoagaiusithespeciniinchof chance has capital suet brains against capihdearmor plato trust and the steel trust In ono of President Lincolns speeches againstslavery he said My disguised friend Stephen A Douglas says it is an insult to the em- IIIDt1 to Kansas sail Nebraska toaun DIISO they are not able to ovcrn thrni selves we must uotshirotcrub8rgn hmtppento s and answered I admit that the emi grant to Kansas and Nebraska is corn potent to govern himself hut said he rising to his full height I deny his withyx j Some hens fayorilo perfume Is clove e VJ f te LITERARY NOTES tJA now short story by Robert Barr entitled rhe Wizard of Wall Strtt t la Everybodys Magazine for November has never been exceeded in its quality of interest bv anything from the pen of that popular writer In ltd eIIception ol certain Wall Street is picnliarlvtrtie to life Kuanj lieu Emperor of China is the title of an illustrated article which deals with the personal sido of that almost unknown personality and which clearly explains thu underlying causes of the Emperors leaning toward Western civilization and of his evident desire to adopt meas ures of sweeping reform in his Kmpire A story on tramp life entitled 1A Pad One remarkably impressive while the philosophy of this creature of the under world is most entertaining The hardships and dangers to which fishermen oil Tho Banks are constantly exposed are vividly described by Capt II D Smith of the U S Itevenno Cutter Service in nn article fittingly en titled When Death tides on the Waters A Tale of the Gridiron Field is a lively story of seasonable in terest and like all the other sixteen stone and articles in this months is sue it more than well repays the reader for his toncent investment No High to llglinrss The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would bo attrac tive must keep her health If she is weak sickly nnd all run down she will be nervous and irritable If sIlo has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blot ches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to puri fy the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will makoagoodlook iiiff charming woman of a rundown invalid Only 60 cents at Perry k Thomas Drug Store 2 FOOLING Tilt FARMER ratIMichigan mO flue Republicans have bought up leading n nc parsers and are sending them out to every farmer in the land na sample copies They are loaded with stuff supporting tho Re ImisleadiugImproved condition ofagrfenltnrewith out mentioning the word IJepubliean and under the guise and pretense of being strictly neutral agricultural papers The American Faruierof liuliuiuipolis is one of the sheets This paper was bought by a syndicate headed by Mark Hanna and to which he subscribed S2CQ3 and other subscribers are Perry Heath Joseph Brigham Senator Fairbanks and other lending Republi cans and Insepli Urtaliaat present Assistant United States Secretary of Agriculture is Iresident of time com pan and editor They are distribut ing GOOOOO copies and employ the best Republican editorial writers in the country to Ibnd it down with mislead teaingll hue beep practiced by Mark Hanna mid his followers Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life of joy Pucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruise Bunts Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile care on earth Drives out rains anti Curetguaranteed Sold by Perry S Thomas Druggist 2 Mr J C Simth of StmsonvHtn Ky If sliltI toJfT Gregg a pair 01 wean ihlll mart mina t41t s room aarluj ar thes one rif then ji colt fon lO Farmers llomuJoutnll1 nwsaswansesveraraera ssOSE YEAR FOR t5 CENTS The editor of the South Georgia Home of ielliaiiitii in a letter to the publifhfr of the Southern Farm Maga zinc of Baltimore It nII have been it clotu reader of your paper tor the lust twelve months and the same holds a high prim iji my esti mation As an educator for our farmers It outranks all others with which I am acquainted If could induce every farmer in Mitchell county to subscribe fur and read your paper I would feel that I had done them a great service for noono can read it and remain ignorl ant The Southern FIrm Magazine as its name implied is not an ordinary farm paper but a he h class agricultural magazine dealing broadly with all the great questions that affect till South and especially the agricultural interests of this section Intelligent thinking Southern people whether interested in farming or not will hint it of muchIvalue us the only publication kind in the country In order to reach the widest possible circulation tho publishers offer to fend the Southern Farm Magazine for one year for twentylive reuta This offer will hold good only until December 31 The Mnguiiie is published monthly by the Manufacturers Record Publishiug Co Baltimore Widows weoris never inteifere the growth ol orange blossoms wilhI game boil 1II 1glU fs ThefatherPM Gone forthe- doctor FJ The 1 mother Alone 4with her suffer ing child 4- Villthedoc tor never come d When there fis q = a Fyouget housef 21 tor quick enough its j too dangerous to wait Dont make such a mis take again it may 41a life Always keepcostI hand a dollar bottle iAi ErsWW p e OIracures the croup at Then when any fItin the family comes with a hard cold a few doses of the Pectoral will cut t short the attack at once A 25 cent bottle will cure a miserable cold the SOc size is better For a cold that has been hanging on Ktrp tt Ur tU ea kdAbout 25 years I caaoo near djinjr with OoucmItion lint tros cnnil with Avers Cherry ysctoral Jlnto hlch time Ibnc loptA1et- DMln cs fn the hocea andreco a mend them 6 to 3ITO 1S Hr s Ol v i7 I1Yia tha Doctor If iaro thewluJte aad f tNtmectcetaJYtcewztathe lector hasty Add D J CAYm Lrr1 nStaaa r rA sm ss FURNITURE 1Toinspect our stock to take time I look leisurely through our k store Our line of RiIRNIiRA ZC p Of all is now and the loW fl r pHf Chamber Suites Olks qr Mahogany also odd ci g Bedsteads handsomely best ftj of Workmanship Couches tufefcy upholstered in velour tapes tiy and leather sJi Rockers a home comfort in large variety MChlfl1 Extension Tables f Sideboards Dinning Room GoCartsHP i w And many other bargains too numerous to sOrj mention I Carpets u NDilATTINQS At Costfor Cash Udnt idW cilIify the direction cl I r 0 Mdwar G Frown s JflfH Hf r t ltJJ 1 i J t hone 116 Day Frcn 73 t y L w tR F EEI The Richmond Climax h ProprietorA t TIIOS II PICKELS Associate Editor WEDNESDAYOCT2419O r PUBLISHED EVERY WRDNKSDAY liTc The Climax Printing Co j PRICK PER YEAR 150 t DEMOCRATIC TIC-KETtaJr t POn rnnaiDUvr WILLIAM J15MNflS IIUYAN Or NHBBASKA FOR VICE ritKSIDCX- TADLAI E SlBVBNSONi OP ILLINOIS von oovunxRR JC W I1BCKHAM OP NELSOX POD colonies nON OBO G GILBERT OP Simmy H IN what way has our government in Cuba boon better than that of Spain We wait for a reply but dont expect oneiov Jlofio of Texas wills Roose velt an irrldoseent incubator or war ideas That certainly on ht to hold Teddy for awhile TUB Republican attiiudo towards trusts is much lite their attitude towards prohibition They favor the law but oppose its enforcement Omo cast 70000 more votes in 1890 than the census figures for the present year show hertooontain voters Whore did those votes come from Mr Henna POKTO HICAXS have registered inBalti more as citizens by annexation and will vote at the fall election This is all wrong of course Congress merely gave them 15 per cent of a vote HAXXA says tlint the only trust is trust in McKinley Well it seems cruel to attack the dying but if Ilann will wait until November 15rvan will swat that along with the otber trusts IP militarism is not an issue why is- llosevult using it in his campaign Why is he met at every station by a Rough Rider outfit and why does he so glorify tlio militarydisplays they makoi Or course the war is over in the Philippines in spito of the average weekly casualty list of about fllty and the army of 05000 still maintained there Tlio devil ie dent no doubt but xvlnj carries lila biietnet ouso well Ei fl u PATTISOX of Pennsylvania who has just returned from Porto Rico draws a terrible picture of the results of carpetbag administration there He says the people lire bankrupt hot h indi viduall y and as a whole and arc starving IN isoti according to Indiana law the ballots were destroyed befoie the judges left tIm polling booth This year tlio law provides that they must be retained for awhllo The Republicans therefore will not dare to steal the State itS doliberately as they did four years ago AUTICLK 10 of tho Sulu treaty provide that any slave there may buy his freedom The President confirmed this with the assertion that thereby be did not recognize slavery If Mc Kinley should eat his dinner and then announce that he did not acknowledge having eaten it would that effect the fact that he had done so Evunv time a great Democrat who stood outside in 1800 comes out and declares for Bryan the Republican papers declare ho wants to bo President in 1904 The Democracy will have a Biirplusago of candidates if all these men compete for the honors it can bestow The list now includes Olnoy Hill Vilson Gorman and many others LIL BrowerColJ LEXINGTON K- yComparison t THE BEST TEST OF VALUED likeonLook over our superb line andselect something artis tic at prices as low as asked for the inferior production We are opening new goods every day We are retailers only from factory to consumer at factory prices2 otf We are Lower in Price than Anybody t J We ire bettor prepared than ever to give ltU uModato line of goods lor tbo lowest prices consistent with good qt1- ahitEstimates J Furnished ttJThe oldest and bestknow and most experienced hangers employed J JI ALL WORK GUARANTEEDC1F1BroerCo1 kL iAmANJ nnODWAYfiG1m itil J theI 1t3 at I3lCh w NTY Y MR HANNA says that Bryan is an oneft man but a demagogue There littlo chance that Bryan will reverse his statement and apply it to Hanna IT was awfully kind of Gen Grosvft lor to concede Texas to the Democrats his will give new confidence to be laced in the prognostications of this listinguislicd forecaster TIlE Kentucky General Assembly londay adjourned sine die having put be finishing touches to the enactment Ir the new election law by enrolling louse Bill No 18 and sending It to he Governor Fnoif an Interview with President David Star Jordan Aprils 1000 Jordan said Gov Roosevelt 1 WISH TO GOD WE WERE OFF THE PHILIPPINES and had them off our hands and many other Republicans are thinking the same I nm free to quote Roosevelt be cause I consider him In many respects one of the greatest men in the Repub lican party How do you like McKinley was asked President Jordan Let me quote you Roosevelt again was the reply He said to me Mc KINLEY HAS ABOUT AS MUCH BACKBONE AS A TOY CHOCO LATE MAN THAT YOU CAN SEE ON THE CONFECTIONERS STAND liE IS A TERRIBLE DISAPPOINTMENT New York Verdict WITHIN fortyeight hours after his trial Henry E Youtsey has become fully conscious and on Monday morn iiiK was able to joke about what occur red calling himself Rip VanWinkle The physician appointed by the court to look after the case says he is convinced that Youtsey has been sham ming The prosecution has all along maintained that Youtsey was shamming and this was Judge Cantrills firm belief when he insisted upon bring the defendant Into the courthouse and force his attorneys to proceed with the trial Youtseys awaken jug in possession of all his faculties in such a short time after his conviction seems to vindicate this position and the wisdom of Judge Cantrill who has been subjected to so much unjust abuse and iusult during this trial RAHUI SAMUEL SALE of St Louis was chaplain of the Republican National Convention that nominated McKinley in 1SOO He preyed then for Republi can success Now ho is for Bryan and this is his explanation of his change Currency was the paramount issue then and I was with the Republicans heart and soul on that issue That question is now settled and there is absolutely no danger of a change in the standard luring the next four years There is but one issue in this campaign and that is Shall popular govern mont bo preserved unimpaired in form as bequeathed to us by the fathers of the country J deem it the greatest question ever submitted to the people of this country and unless the tendency of the Repub lican party toward the establishment cf an empire is arrested right now we shall sea the beginning of the end of popular government in America Four years ago I prayed for the election of Mr McKinley because his party was pledged to maintain the honor and credit of the nation At the coming election I shall vote for Mr Bryan with just as much fervor because he stands for the honor of the nation and the maintenance of the Republic MILITARIsM has ever been the old worlds greatest curse but despite historic precedent and example tho Re publicans are Iryintr to force it likewise on the new In France and Germany every man is made to serve a certain number of years in the army whether ho likes it or not This system breaks up family ties tears sons away from their mothers and husbands from their wives under the honest and arbitrary training these conscripted soldiers re ceive their natures through environ ment become cold and unsympathetic and renders them fit for nothing but war and conquest In all European countries these vast standing armies are maintained at a fabulous cost to the public Immense taxes are levied upon the poor for their support even ou a peace footing and in time of war they proportionally increase This is the state of affairs McKinley wishes to bring about in this country he desires us to support large bodies of troops in our colonies abroad to oppose the people and to keep other armies at home for emergencies that is to be called out and shoot poor miners when they ask for more pay Truly a civilized system In 1897 our expenses for military purposes were SS3100000 In caseMeKinloy Is elected a low estimate puts tbe same bill at 5200000000 and this is in tune of peace what would it amount to should Hanna continue his inspired conquest of civ ilization Jefferson said It is the load of military expense that makes theEuropean laborers go supperless to bed consequently if McKinley gets another term we can all see our finish THE most remarkable freak on exhi bition in this country at present is Republican gall Every radical orator on the stump and every radical editor inI his sanctum can harp on nothing McKinley prosperity And yet strange to say we can pick up no daily paper without seeing notices of factories shutting down and numbers of laborers being thrown out of employment upon the tender mercies of this hard hard world How can these two diversities be reconciled It looks very much like theres a lie out some where and it is not hard either to trace its source Facts are facts and speak for them selves The trouble is this there are too many Sbylocks in power just now men who want labor for nothing and who can afford to put up with a strike to bring their employees to terms Hardhearted magnates are they who put their servants in a veritable state of seign and starve them into submission merely to save a few cents per capita The eeige of Troy the selge of Paris and the seigo of Lucknow were as nothing to this coercion of American labor for many a poor miner and factory hand is being slowly starved in slghtof plenty- A change must of necessity be mad in the scale of wages paid to this class or a set of socialists and anarchists will bo brecdod This Is the cause of much of tho old world anarchy financial as Yell as political oppression and it must be stopped In this country before it spreads and does our institutions an ir reparable injury Wherefore since every passing day does moro and more to prove that this McKinley prosperity Jg nothing moro nor less than a breed Inffjrchaol of anarchy but are Jovors of country paIn ta put it down or pjw WA trill drift put to MX and ba tvffHikml on tha abOllIJt lfJ1 bJ8Iljmtjji- iU tJmfJtllfel1U 6 re r JiF f 1 K yp r A SPECIAL NOTICE At a called meeting of the Mad ison Democratic County Commit tee a quorum being present It is ordered 1st That a primary election be held in Madison county on the 22nd day of Nov 1900 for the purpose of nominating candidates for the following county offices to be voted for at the general election 1001 viz County Judge County Clerk County Sheriff County Assessor County Attorney County Supt of School County Jailer and all other county officesI2nd That on or before 12 oclockon the 1st day of Nor 1900 each person proposing to be come a candidate in said primary hall deposit with H H Colyer the stun of fifty dollars to be used for the purpose of defraying the expenses of said primary election und 110 person failing so to do shall be eligible to be voted for at said primary election 3rd primary election shall be held under the State law governing such elections at the time election is hold 4th That all legal voters who have heretofore affiliated with the Democratic party and who expect to and pledge themselves to sup port the nominees of said party and all persons who will be legal voters at the Nov election 1901 and who pledge themselve to sup port the nominees of this primary shall be eligable to vote in said primary5th of this action shall be published in the Richmond pa pers and shall be posted at twenty conspicuous places in the county and on the court house door in Richmond 6th That the clerk is directed to prepare ballots not later than 10th of Nov 1900 3t JOHN B CHKNAULT Chni ROOSEVELT says in one of his books that the cowboy who bo explains kills merely for the fun of it and gets light heartedly drunk every pay day Is nevertheless infinitely superior to the artisans and clerks of the cities That certainly ought to catch tbecow boys vote whatever the artisans and clerksmav think of i- tPERSONAL Mrs D R Tevis has returned from a visit to Cincinnati Mrs C E Smoot has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Allen Zaring has returned from a business trip to Louisville Misses Curraline Smith and Bessie Dudley were in Cincinnati Saturday Miss Sarah Shackelford will entertain the Euchre Club tomorrow oven lug The faculty and students of Madison Institute spent Monday at Estill SpringsMrs Robert McCreary and children of Chicago are guests of Mrs Jas li McCrearyMr de Hart is attending the Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythias at Winchester Miss Berate Miller is at home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Margaret White atDanvilleMrs Smith and daughter ofDecatur Ill are guests of Mrs John Allman Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivener of Winchester spent Sunday with rela tives in this city Mrs Milward has returned to Lex ington after a pleasant visit to Mrs John D Goodloe The Prandennial Club will meet tomorrow evening at seven oclock with Dr L H Blauton Mr and Mrs John Fox will leave this week for Dawson Ga where they will spend the winter Mrs Thos Smith Jr Misses Kath rine and Sarah Stone Walker visited in Louisville last week Mr Tandy Chenault of Shclbyville Is with his brother T A Chenault who is very low with consumption- Mr and Mrs John Allen of Carlisle are guests of Mr and Mrs J W Zar ing at the Henderson House Mr Cyrus Addams came down from Central University Thursday fora short visit Cynthiana Democrat Mr Thomas Luxon and daughter Miss Elizabeth of Lexington spout Sunday with Mr Wm Luxon and family near this city MrJ A Edmislonof Crab Orchard passed up to Richmond Wednesday to visit his sister Mrs W W liurgin Stanford Journal Miss Alice Lloyd principal of Madi son Institute Richmond was in Paris Monday en route to Germantown to at tend the ReesePoage wedding Paris DemocratMrs Ross Lloyd has returned home after attending the National Christian Convention at KI nms City Rev Mr Lloyd who was also in at tendance stopped over at Frnnkort Missouri where he will hold a pro tractive meeting The following announcement nsa been received in this city Mr and Mrs J B Farrent announce the marriage of their daughter Bessie to Mr William Bell WAiter Thursday evening October twentyfifth nineteen hundred Nashville Tennessee At home fitter November first Memphis Tennessee MARRIED PAiMEnBoBKE The marriage of Mr T J Palmer and Miss Lonla Etta Burke was solemnized at the Home of the brides parents Mr and MrsJ H Burke near Point Leavell Tuesday eveningat G30 oclock Theceremony was performed by Rev Y L Hovrze The attendants were Miss Mattie Dunn and Mr Geo W Palmer tile ushers Messrs Will Lusk ansi James Ruclcer Miss Elisa Lusk played the wedding march The party was given a reception by the brides parents im mediately after the ceremony at which an elegant supper was served Air and Mrs Palmer then left for a trip to Niagara Falls and Canada tb bo gone several weeks The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Burke and is a young lady of beauty and many ac complishments Mr Palmer is con necped with the Brown Tobacpo Waro housp Louisville and fillaq rccpousiblg and lucrative poJifon ffafs n popu Ip and pramluoit nwfy tyJio nuwbsjg Jiyfleyot Wl89lsNMffll t oIJ k UStrike For Your Altars and Your fires Patriotism is always commendable but in every breast there should be not only the desire to be a goodcttlzen but to be strong able and well fitted for the battle of life To do this pure blood is absolutely neces sary and Hoods Sarsapa rilla is the one which cleanses the blood thoroughly It acts equally well for sexes and all ages Humor II When I need a brood purifier I take Hoofs Sarstpara It cured my humor and is excellent AS a nerve ionic Josie Etion ord Springs CL 1jiiooV fills cure uyer tto noulrrltatJm end lljtbartlc to tke Hood roapr111a Cot Durrelt Whites Visit to Madison MILLER CREEK KvOct 1G1900 Editor Ettill County tells During a recent trip to Richmond Ky I hastily made a few notes of per sons and things that came under my observation and tho following para raphs Imyo resulted therefrom If they will in anywise serve the purpose of entertaining the readers of your paper use them and welcome My political creed is wellknown but I think you will find in this communica tion nothing of a strickly partisan character Our creeds aro largely matters of inheritance and environ ment Ignorant and sometimes designing men frequently misrepresent ray religious belief but none have ques tioued my political faith God and not man will judge us and justly in matters religious I say this for the benefit of those who presume to know the hearts of others better than they know their own poor diminutive souls Such should heed the admonition of the Grecian sage who said to the people of his time know thyself I made a short stop at Waco where I had the pleasure of meeting tho Hon Chas L Searcy who Im told has by patient industry and fair dealing built up an immense merchandising business here I was kindly received by Mr Searcy who at once impressed mo as a man of sterling qualities of heart and brain His mammoth business house is the most imposing structure of its kind in this hustling little town This iu connection with his beautiful palatial resilIence the suburban village of Elliston are two things most likely to attract the attention of the passerby Truly they bespeak for their genial possesser a liberal share of worldly happiness and prosperity lie has great faith in printers ink as a business pusher lion E P Benton an exEstillite now a most estimablo citizen of Jessa mine county and one of her chief legal and political lights was in Richmond on the 1st inst vigorously shaking hands with the good people He came over to hear Hon It F Peake of Shel byvillc who spoke to a vast concourse of attentive and enthusiastic listeners at the court house afternoon and night Mr Bentons multitudous talents have brought him into requisition as law yer surveyor auctioneer cud political orator in Jessamine and adjoining counties Father Timo it seems lisa dealt kindly with him From his remarkably youthful appearance he evi dently has discovered tho long sought fountain which gives perpetual youth and vigorto those who trouble itsmagic watersMadison just now is full of candidates for public oilice Along every highway at every crossroad store in the fields and on the housetops are heard the plaintive pleadings of those who would cheerfully serve the people Alas how many iiv these modern times of these peoples servants return to pri vate life wrecked in moral and in for tune That a private station is a post of honor is as true now as in the days of Addison and yet men will never ap preciate its significance until a too often bitter experience shall have verified its truth Last county court day I saw more people assembled within tho gates of Madisons capitol city than for half a score of years beforo perhaps unless upon some extraordinary occasion as the visit of a man of great national hit tinction Estill was well represented many of her leading political leadersaud most successful business men being conspicuous in the vast throng which filled Richmonds broad avenues There was an unusually large nUm- ber of cattle and other live stock on the market Prices were moderately fair but purchases were somewhat limited in consoquence of theprevailingdrouth and the slight drop in the eastern mar ketsOne of the much talked of visitors to this little city was Mr W H Culton lato of Jackson county and who has so recently figured prominently in the Uoebel assassination case now on trial at Georgetown I failed getting even a snapshot at this distinguished germ tleman I met him some twelyo months ago when in his pristine purity May he receive nothing loss than justice I was handsomely cared for at the delightful country home oi Mr R J While Jr whose fatler was during his life a prominent citizen and who for years wcildcd an influence in the political and financial affairs of his county unapproachecl by few of his sue cessors Little Dick as he is familiarly called has u way of entertaining his friends which is truly delightful It causesono to linger long and makes one loath to say farewell The farmers of this section seemed busily engaged with the usual farm work of the season The corn crop in many places appeared visibly affected by the long drouth which has prevail ed here Stock water is scarce as well as wholesome water for family use and I am creditably informed that ever those who sometimes indulge in the nectar for which Kentucky is famous and the gods themselves delight to sip are beginning to long for a fresh supply of natures beverage with which to temper the ardent brewing of John fI half hot r with my old friend Capt S F Rock in the quite charming sanctum of the Richmond Register I found the man at the quill in his usual felitious frame of mind He long ago demonstrated hit capacity either to engineer a railroader a cosmopolitan newspaper It is a fact not known beyond tim circle of hills most intimate friends that he gomft limps drjqks Inspirations from bnl coJsfitiil fonnteto hell by jjjp plnsgJc mouJl whlCb UIQ po0t olJl Prii IJYlDttor tf 1L 1jyj- k threads of silver With this exception he is much the fame clever sunny einered gentleman whom mountain people admired and loved in daysof yore Away back in the years that line flown when the battle cry was Tariff for revenue only and Grover the Duck Hunter bore to victory the ban ner of Democracy our people kiew and loved a gallant Madisonian by the name of Billie Martin Some days rgo it was again my pleasure to grasp Um ponderous palm of this gentleman of revenue collection Tho hoaryheaded of the glass and sytho has touched with frost his flowing locks but left intact his warm arid generous heart Bill as we were wont to greet him in the days of long ago still cherishes pleasant memories of Estill and her people and though the writer sends his greetings and lila love Jn my brief sojourn of a few hours In Madisons metropolis I dropped into the busy publishing house of the Cli max Printing Company There I was cordially met and royally entertained by my esteemed friend Mr Ansil D Miller whom the people of his native county Estill always knew by the familiar cognomen of Doc From an humble printers devil in tho office of the old original Still County News of many years ago belies by untiring per severance achieved the enviable distinction of directing the editoral helm of one of the most popular weeklies in the blue grass belt of Kentucky Suc cess to you Ansi May your shadow if it never larger grows at least maintain its presentrespcctabloproportions Although entertained as I thought I were a person of dollars and distinction instead of the humble pleblan that 1 am there was something lacking in the completion of my enjoyment It was that I missed there the familiar face and kindlv greeting of him who did in other times as much perhaps as any other to bring the CLIMAX up to that standard of excellence which it has for some years maintained among Ken tucky weeklies its former gallant and gifted editor Clarence E Woods Esq Richmond impresses me as being hardly uprto date in some respects when compared with other Bluegrass towns of our State Old ideas of pro gress and prosperity too largely prevail Surely this is not forlack of intelligence for here are found some of tbe most in tellectual people of our Common wealth Tis not for want of stuff that moves the mare for here in abundance flourish those beneficent modern in stitutions called banks Where safe from the hands of the starving and poor Lies pile upon pile of the glittering ore In general the people of MadisOn are kind hospitable and generous Of her sturdy yeomanry any countrys it might in truth be said that Gods sweet sunlight never kissed a braver better people Very Truly- DUKKETT WHITE Honored The Fourth Time Mr Clarence EWoods many friends are glad to learn of his being elected Grand Recorder of the Sigma Nu Fraternity for the ensuing two years This is the fourth timethat this freterny has honored Mr Woods with the office this time accompanied with an increase of salary For District Library The Science Hill school near White Hall will give a musical entertainment and box supper next Saturdaythi 27 An excellent graphophone will render the latest and most popular pieces and will open the exercises at pm Everyone cordially invited to come early and get a good supper served with hot coffee and lemonade Announces for County Judge ExConnty Judge N B Turpin an nounccs his candidacy for Judge ol Madison County in this issue of the CLIXAX Jud Turpin was selected the Magistrals of this county to fill out the nuexpirod term of tIme late Judg Sullivan and a glance at Isis recorc while in office is all that is riccessar to convince anyone how faithfully tic served the people in this capacity His courteous affable aud accommodat ing and numbers his friends by hi acquaintances Should Judge Turpii again be honored with the office MaUi son county will have a most admirabli official New Stale Champion At Louisville last Saturday J Q Ward of Paris Ky won the Kentuck State championship for wing shots making a perfect score He killed twentyfive straight birds out of as many chances J D Gay of Pine Grove originally held the championship The second money was divided between Dennis Long Miller ot that city and J D Gay who killed twemyfou birds out of twentylive chances Thin money went to Ellis Duncan San Hutchings W B Allen and WA Faw cett who had twentythree birds t their credit Mr Harvey Chenault this city divided fourth money killing twentytwo birds Mr Ward the winner made a wonderful record Hi killed sovontysix birds during th day without missing sho- tKIRXSVILLJV Prof G C Paris wont to Cincinna to matriculate in the dental college The i ew bank is all the talk now Kirksville hopes to have one soon Rev Rankins of Stanford preache at the Presbyterian church Sunday last Misses Elsie and Bertha Brown spen Saturday and Sandav last at Ueun Vista The Secrest Normal College isprepai ing for a dceUmitory contest tbo lire week iu November The Normal Star is the name c our college paper and it makes man happy hits Miss Bessie Elkin left for her home in Louisville Monday Bessie left many wet eyes Cheer up boys shell return with the tide Jack Frost has paid us several visitfl already and lisa called our over coats and wraps Tlio vegetation is also showing the effects of his appearance S100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only postive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires constitutional treatment HaUt Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the and giving the patient strength building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in itscurativo powers that tuey offer Ono TTundredDollars tot ray- gao that it fsIl to cure fti1 for Ulit- nf Iotmnrs1iIa tddrQ OfibjI1 g y iI hiJ 11 1 jf g tf yj While 150000 starving miners in ennsylvania are appealing in vain to this Coal Trust for living wages Mark Hanna is giving Lucullan feasts to Chicago millionaire and assessing them for the of perpetuating Mc Kinley prosperity HOW T- OMoneyM akt Safely IN WALL STREET Anybody deitrins to Invest or ipccnlate can gel our Unlde to Investors and Speculators ai welt as our Daily larket Letter freo of charge upon application to George Skaller Co BANKERS BROKERS NO 7Q WALL ST NEW YORK STOCKS COTTON WHEAT H y1llCrcrn mlo filth GReATCST Improvement Ol Tue tce makes Creamery But 6vcry farmerg- reat ter more of a deal easier with this Separator It does away with expensive machinery and Squires no power orfuel to run It No farmer with two or more cows can I afford to be without one Manufactured In three sires lbs t 2 and 3 prices 800 1000 and 1500 each Liberal discount to Agent Agents wanted in every county Write at once to Ed S Cushman CENrERFIIJE IA neZ7Bm o ta OOt tk It is essential that you take good care of them A little care now and youll never regret it years to come Our Careful Examinations And work mark our professional services as distinctly superior and satisfactory Nothing too difficult for OUr skillCHARGES THAT ARE MET WITH PLEASURE Teeth Extracted 25 cents Fine Amalgam Filling 75 cents Good Set of Teeth 500 DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next doorto Govrnment Blds in Hobson Bldjr Richmond Ky Of fico open all night ut A ReadyInspection Call and inspect the handsome and attrac Jf tive line of Coods forJMens and Boys J ts Suitings i C1 8 eOvercoats I1t CtThat has just been re ceived from the East Ir Every garment leaves the shop with a guaran i teet Call andexamine myI J goods before purchasing J elsewhere j H S STOUT cTHE TAILOR i oOUR FALL STOCK 4 Whichwe do not hesitate to say is an attractive one is now ready for your inspection Itts full of good thingsmore to follow and it will be a pleasure to have you look them over DONT BUY UNLESS YOU WANT THEM We believe you will want want them too when you realize the real good value to be had for such small prices Come and see them for they were selected with a view to please you Comfort Calicoes Some of the prettiest designs the market affordsto be had here at Sets 6 J4cts buysthe best quality in town I Dir LinoNlc Hosiery Is one of the best to be foundthey are rmwelItanddurabtej These Chilly Da I which you will want now Examine our line of articles that go at 25cts Cautwhatever you need in any line and our PRICES BE FOUND RIGHTr Cor Main First St WANTEDACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- acter to deliver and collect In Kentucky for old established manufacturing wholesale house 550 a yes sure pay Honesty more than ez pertence reu1red Our reference any bank In city Enclose selfaddressed stamped en velope Manufacturers Third Floor 331 Dear born St Chicago Iii 12septim NOTICE OF SECOND NA TIONAL BANK IN- LIQUIDATION The affairs of the Bank must be closed and notice is hereby given to all parties in debted to said Bank to call and pay on or before Novem ber 15 1900 All unpaid claims on that date will be handed an attorney for suit J STONE WALKER i2sept2mPresident NOTICE We wonld call your especial attention to the tact that our stock of WALL PAPFR AND LAIV DE 5IN Just received are all new and of the choicest designs and we Invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main street and inspect same before buying elsewhere We have Mr W L 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 druggist sundries toilet 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 i THOMAS tuoctiaootro a 213Maia Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 75 Janl7ly a A t1VTHE LAST GREAT 1SUMMER EXCURSION ID IH SPRINGER MU8IO HALL lJJ AND EXPOSITION BUILDING IN IIWHIOH THE FALL FESTIVAL TERMINATED 8O iJj ++ ++ + +++4d1 f+ +++++ ONLY 70 ROUND TRIPiIi + 1 + i++++ 9F +44444 + + + 444 + TO CINCINNATINICHOLASVILLE IiiI GREAT FRIDAY NIGHT RATE Ii I1 QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE JIJI lira Special train leaves 1IAHEIM AM JUNCTION 1123 p m FRIDAYOCTOBER26aTHESE TICKETS ARE GOOD SMStffttfte 6 unUl1eg1lrstop at aU points betTeell ifarrlinan Jllllction alld aeurgctowa for returnexcursionists l ASK AGENTS TO FffTHfft fmATIOULAKS iJ MLIPHY QWMtRWc IINi4tQtJ Q p L JiI I r I Underskirts Your choice of colors with deep plainISome Valuable Suggestions for Fall Dress are to be found here Can you do better than allwool camels hair serges 100 warmYfor WILL drugs SUOOESSFULLY OWEN MCKEE Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Lucy Ann Kans Executor Pitt against J P C Karr c Defts All persons having claims against the estate notifiedtoNovemberS E SCOTT octllMw M C U C C RichmondfKentucky Ic 1 f Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky septl9tl I GRAND DISPLAY OF f BUGGIES1PHAETONSj CARRIAGES1 Greet the optics of all that visit the Kentucky Carriage Works Never before since the foundation of these Works have we displayed such a complete line ofvehicles as we now carry in stock A gaurantee goes withevery e vehicle that leaves the shop A visit to our Works will convince you that the above statements are true J Kcnlucky rMagc WDrRJ JOHN DONELSON Propriel f 1 DURflBLEO XJBEAUTY VVV 1The Acorn AirTight Heaters is truly a durable beauty We invite the public to call and examine our beautiful line now on display We I also carry a complete stock of MQOL r Ranging in prices from 3 to 30 Dont fail to get our prices on Tin Roofing and Guttering Mr W D Buckley one of the best tinners in riyHickory Wagon none better on the market In fact if you need anything in the Tinware Stoves 4 Roofing or Furnishing line it will pay you to see TAYLOR BROS 1- f n o MAIN ST RICHMOND KY Mt1I Mini Co KYGThe Giant Investment Company of the South hstis just r factUnprecedentedG 1380ATotalThe full paid up value of all certificates is 13000000This is remarkable when compared with the most reliable Life 4 Insurance Companies who can not show na great a premiuthincomo in proportion to the j amount of Insurance in forne tobuytomakeH ST ITHT owicvr KYXN1 E t if it i B The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 24 1900 NEW IFRESH GOODS2I fIt We have received a nice line of fresh evaporated Fruits such as Prunes Peaches Apricots Apples etc We also have a nice line of Currents raisins anti other ingredients for cakes We are prepared to furnish anything in the grocery lineatSPrices to Suit +Always call when fresh pure groceries are wanted on E DEATHERAGECO Headquarters Shipstuff Hay and Oats The Lexington Elks Fair Associa tion reports a clearing of 2095 on their recent carnival The Grand Lodge of Kentucky will erect a Masonic Temple in Louis yule to cost 100000 priceflOEVANS augl5trINatural product water mill flour and meal at It A Baxters grocery on Second Street augltf At her homo near fair grounds Sunday Mary Maxbury colored com mitted suicide by drinking carbolic acid Edward Dalton and Miss Laura Rainy were married yesterday at the residence of the brides parents near Berea Mr John R Gibson has sold his fine trotting mare Henrietta to Dr Warner of Pittsburg Pa Price not made public Lost between Richmond and Sil ver Creek childs blue jacket Finder will please return to County Clerks office and get reward Mr Sam Fox son of Mrs Isom Fox residing on Jacks Creek pike was thrown from a horse last Thursday and received a broken leg A box supper will be given at Science 11111 school house near Blue Grass next Sunday night Proceeds to go to tho school library Natural productwhilo not as white as patent flour is much better for health For sale at R A Baxter on Second street augltf We have some nico mUch cows for sale For particulars callon or address G J WHITE Sox 24son2t Richmond Ky The hardware store of D B Shack elford Company has been treated to a coat of paint and is now one of tho nicest looking buildings on Main street H S Stout is prepared to do all kinds of cleaning pressingon ladies and gentlemens clothing also can make alterations of any kind SsepSt Life Insurance policies taught fur cash Lapse running and paid up policiesH S STOUT 5sep8t Richmond Ky The Paris independent telephone system of which a number of our citizens are interested was sold last week to the Cumberland Telephone Com pany Cassius Parnphrey of Lancaster charged with throwing rocks into a nwidence near Silver Creek was fined 35 and cost in Judge Millions court Monday The cottHge being erected by Dr A Wilkes Smith on his pretty lawn at Westover Terrace will be used as his country office and Dental Infirmary This will not conflict with his town office at which place he will spend his mornings the afternoons will be spent at Westover Terrace After the college in Louisville closes Dr Smith will have an able usElstant in his town office The season has arrived when strangers claiming to represent fashionable tailor log establishments in tho cities will call and oUer to make YQU a suit of remarkablylowtake your order and send you cheap ready made suits or pants instead pf custom made goods Home industry should bo encouraged at all times Dont send your money away from Richmond when vou can get better re suits at home for the same amount I have decided to Ihake a reduction of 10 per cent on all suits and 5 per cent Oil pants cash on delivery of goods Sit isfactlcn guaranteed Call and examine my sarrpes and get prices before going else here Respectfully seI5 2m CHAKLES JACOBS A PAIR OFFER I will fill any order for yon at the jowelrylinecity Selected from anybodys cata logue you that you mnrhave thereby saV- ing Resprctfullv jan3lyr DP ABMER Serere Punishment For Violating Quail c Lag Accordlug to a de ion of the COUlt of Appeals last Wee Cha pavldson Companv of LoulsVjjlowHLJiave to pay 48000 for quail soldsqiit pfse80n These birds were sold I6t October about a month before ibje expiration of the bird law Cloak Opening Messrs White Gibson will give their annual cloak opening on Friday and Saturday October 20 and 27 Everything coming under the above heading will be displayed on this oc cassion which these gentiomenprOpOsO- to make pxcell their forme openings Dont forget the date A Suprlr TMtclwr rt Mttfc Desires to got board in a private fam ily in the country or town where abe can tearli a small class iBtnjjppptal pj vocal Hinsfc lMrgOlylH exclwnpe fop boarc fJIlpalh1tao of tHloihJuili4t1n- Jlran h Mn4 His ENiiflO11f- lat of rfr4p4 iii Pl dfN At ltJM tUlii W L ci 1 Snelal RejljJralion Special Registration Days at County andWednesdayAlllcgal votea wlij were noce8 rgu1iuregistrationwere are setyourDontforgetWiM sIfrr Court J A Ramsey reports 3000 cattle on ederrbrought prernitimprices realized Quito a number of sales were made at ill and 3 for fair 81Mnrketcourt and many were leftover unsold Officers Appointed havebeotCflntral University To he Captain of GibsoniibeColorSerJantsSergeants Cadets Wilson and Million I1edforl1Stunntand Stockton NOTICE The sale of the land of forTuesdaypostponed This sale willoc cur DecemberS Comr- Z T RICE Admr octlOlm A Good Move Courthousediscuss the plan of not raising a crop next year The county will be can vassed to find how many landowners are willing to Inter the agreement and areportbemadeSaturdayOctober27th n a number of school districts a major ity of the land otrners have already signed the acreement and it is likely that the entire Burley district will come into the agreement Cynthiana Times To tho Democrats of Madison County Realizing that my present business demands my entire attention and to continue in the race for the nomination of County Clerk I would be compelled to give up a good business for an un certamtyhavo decided to withdraw my name in this connection In retiring from this race I desire to extend to my many friends who have given me the encouragement of their friendship and support the assurance of my appreciation and to the Democrats of Madison county my sincere thanks for the consideration with which they have received me ResptJ Our Ever Day Prices lIb can Royal Baking Powder 40c lb can Royal Baking Powder 21c lOc can Royal Baking Powder Sc Arm Hammer soda 4c package Gold dust washing powder 4c package Uneeda biscuit 4c package Fresh Ginger snaps Cc a pound 2 Ib New rolled oats oc lOc package Macaroni for 7Jc 5c lump starch 4c per pound 5c Pearl starch 3c pound 20c Brooms for 15c Pearline 4c package Saturday November picnichams sweet and juicy 7ju a pound BLUE GUASH GltOCKllY Judge Goodloe Addressed the Democratic Club Judge John D Goodloe spoke to the lastIfor the consideration of the Club a line of thought not heretofore discussed before this body Ho dealt at large on the question of lifo tenure in office and presented the evil consequences of such a system He advocated the election of U S Senators by direct vote of the people and the immediate change of policy on the election of a new Congress Tho Judge said it not right after the people had elected a new Congress for the old Congress to meeL and legislate for three or four mouths possibly in direct conflict with tho will of the people as expressed at the polls The Judges speech was heartily and enthusiastically received by the members of the Club Saddle Horso Entries Among the entries for Vol IV American addle Horse Register the following horses tho property ofM F Arbtickle Silver Creek have been accepted by tile Secretary 3So 1467flez Arbnckle 89 by Rex McDonald 833 dam Miss Richmond 551 Id dam by Stonewall Jackson 72 3d dam by Dennys Drednon Owner M F Arbuckle Silver Creek Ky MAnER No 1745Clyde T 02 by Black Squirrel 58 dam by Pea vine 85 M F Arbuckle Silver Creek Ky No 174C Barney May 00 by King Richard he IiyPeavine 35 dam Clyde T 1745 by Black Squirrel 58 Owner same No 1747 Lizzie Rex 07 by Rex Mc Donald 833 dam Miss Richmond 551 Owner same No 1750 Nannie D 08 by Bay Eagle 1174 he by Black Squirrel 58 dam by Bandanouglit Haoibletonlan Owner same Grand Excursion and tug dale of Town Lou Messrs Harris and rates are going to run another of their delightful excursion to Irvine and Estill Springs on Thurs day October 25 1000 Everybody should take advantage of this oppor trinity to see the mountains clothed in their autumn glory and to breathe the fresh invigorating air of the hills Take a day oIL go up on this little jaunt and wuterj1111reshould go We are going to put up sale 180 beautiful lots in the neighbor hood of the MagannFawke Lumber Mills and surrounding the new depot The Irvine boom is on and this little town is destined to become the metrop olis of Eastern Kentucky Tiegreat Baptist College hits been located there tho iron interests are vast and as yet unexplored the huts and forests are rich with timber and great amounts of capital arc bcinR poured into the In restigaUon and exploration of this rich region Wherefore in a few years land will be doubled and thribbled lu value so If you are looking for good and sure Investment or a healthy locality to settle take advantage of this rare op a lot that will yield yquprpiitsh lrcd fold Tim great est lumbar point on time Kentn ylHv plJ SIp Wm feairifl prpraptiy nt I oOtrOWI fl1lJ OlUt fiffmJil- I HI iyjy CtiJ WrlIAIiif IrGh jWklr I4 i LIVE PIGEON SHOOT placeatThemembersevent was one of the most successful ever held in the State thelocalsueceededmembers of the Madison Gun Club as well as to those on the outside who ad Statechampions followsDri T y 28lfredJ Q Vaid22 2 2 2 x 0 Whiter 222220 6 G W Clay22220 4 W AjFawcett x 4 TJlGay rrr 12220 3 UE Tnrlev 2 20 2 T T Covington rj Harvey Chenault u TJSmitb IIo o EXPLANATION The figures 2 and 1 mean time number of shots It took to killedbutfellmoneys RE Turloy 2222222 7 W R Letcher v 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 7 W A Fawcett i2 22122 27- All Clay 121121 7 J Q Varll2222210 0 Jn Gay 2 220212 6 Dr IL C Jasper2022111 6 TH Clay2222022 6 Harvey Chenault2 201101 5 G VCiay22x2022 5 Dr Hobson02222x1 5 G Morgan x 2x2210 4 TT Covingtonx 101001 3 In the third event which was a miss and out shoot JDGay refused todivide first motley with Hobson Clay and Jasper alter each had killed six birds Here Mr Gay no doubt expected to defeat the hone men and get more mousy and insisted that they shoot It out but after sack had killed twelve birds Mr Gay said quit Below is given the room Dr Jasper 22212221122 12 DrHobson12212211011112RJDGay 22222222222112-Alt Glay 2 22122112121 12 J Q Ward 22210 4 T H Clay22 2 0 3 E Pragoff4 0 i 0 G iv ClayjlJSrnitho otThe forth event ten birds entrance 750 JDGny122222222210WAFawcott2222222222 Alf Clay S 2 222x11222 0 THClay 22 2222x222 9 nE lurleyxx22221x222 8 W R Letchmer2 222222200 8 JQWard0221x2222xGVClay22x2020 4 Withdrew Fifth event five birds entrance J3 E P Smith 2 222 25Dr Hobson Ti 1211 5 DRTovls212225vAlf Clay11211 THClay 202224G- WPhelps 211x2 JDGay 22x224Dr Jasper 2 2 1 x 4 G Morjrui 0 1 101 3 T T Covington 0 0 2 21 3 J Q Ward x 2 2 2 0 3 W Chcnauit x2010 2 II Chenault 20x012 One of the best events of the day was the sixth Three Madison men Harvey ChenaultDr Hobson and W R Letcher were entered in this contest and all of them shot well the two former gentlemen tied for second money It will bo noticed that in this event Dr Hobson killed all of his birds bnt the ninth fell dead out of bound The condition of this event was fifteen birds 10 entrance and 10 added by the club The following Is the score Alf Clay 22212111121222 215- Dr Hobson 22222122x222222 14 H Chenault 222210111122122 14 JD Gay j 022222222x22221 13 THClay 2 2 2 2 x 22 20220222 1- 222222x200222200W A Fawcett 12 WR Letcher 22x22x2221x2022 11 JQWard 222020220022122 The last event was a seven bird contest 350 entrance open to all In this event four prizes were added the first being the money and a single barrel shot gun Ilobson Fawcett and Harvey Chenault tied with seven birds for first place The money in this event was divided but the three gentlemen decided to shoot for the gun In this shoot off Chenault missed lila third bird leaving Hobson and Fawcett to shoot it out Hobson missed his eighth bird while Fawcett killed his thereby winning the gun Tho score stood Harvey Chenault 2122122 7 Dr Hobson 2122222 7 W A Fawcett 222222 17- RETurley 2220211 C J Q Ward 22 2 2 2X 2 Alf Clay 2120211DRTevis 12212x1 G Morgan 2x22122 W R Letchgr 2011222 Dr Jasper V i 1 21 2x110T 11 Clay 2x02222 5 W Cheuault 22 1 0 01 2 5 T 1 Smith 0210022 5 T T Coyington 200x2224G Phelps 0210102 4 E P Smith 0002202 3 With the close of the seventh event was recorded one of the mostinterest lug livebird shoots ever held In Kentucky and whIle tho management did not make any money nor uid they lose any they certainly have cause to be proud of their first Annual Tournament which we trust is only one of many live bird shoots that will be held under the auspices of the Madison Gun Club Farm Sold As advertised in the CLIMAX the farm of Smith and Black uesr Red Houso containing sixty acres was sold that Thursday to G E Black for S65 per acre A Sad Dealh The death of Mr W L Yates which occurred at Covington last Wednesday morning at 730 oclock was one of the saddest and most severe shocks that ever happened to the neighborhood in which he lived He was au operator at Covington and whiter attending to his lustITuesday b tween 12 and one oclock After he regained consciousness ho realized his condition and seemed perfectly willing mind ready to die Mr Yates was a descendant of one of the oldest and most promlnentfamiUes- in Madison county lie was a son ol Milton and Edna Yates a grand son of Mr B L Yates and a greatgreat grand son of Capt JatnesSaniuolEstill He was born February 17 1867 at his homo on the Speedwell piko and when about 10 years oldhis mother with the rest of his brothers and sister his father being dead moved to the old Yates place known as Ever Green 1111 whore they reside at present he was a member of tho Christian church at Mt Zion1 having joined that church about IS years ago To them who did not know him intimately he was simply a plain quiet milan but to his friends he was a bright congenial and a wholescutcompanion He was honest sincere and a man of strong convictions unflinching and unswerv ing when duty rolled him quiet and unostentatious but loyal and rue to his friends We know of no words of praise no higher tribute to him or shy othar man than to say that the ones who knew him most intimately his private life and characterLest are time ones that loved him best They ate the outs that extend their truo sympathy they with Mil mother hte sister and brothers ecu bow tliair 4ioiuk and weep th gre ibu ansa tla rAAIifiJh Rah till miig mul iii1 plnruI1ttit lts 0 rJtJ HtM11 HJ1 Yef jI i The blood is the life Sienco has never gone beyond that simple state ment of scripture But it has illuminated that statement anil given it a meaning ever broadening with the in creasing of knowledge When lOe blood is bad or impuru it is not throUJbdiseasemind and judgment are affected and many au evil deed or impure thought may be directly traced to the impurity of the blood No one can be well bal bloodissome and pure life unless time blood is pure Foul blood can be made pure by MethLcaDiscovery andlifeSenseMedicaltrations is sent freo ou receipt of mailingONLYpaper covers or 31 stamps for cloth to streetBuffalo According to some of time latest laws newspaper publishers may cause iiidi viduals who take a paper and refuse topavforlt to be arrested for fraud Under this ruling also any one who alongfordiscontinued or orders tile postmaster to mark it refused and sends a postal card to tho publisher is liable to arrest fine the same as for theft and other crimes Constipation Jlcadache biliousness heartburn Indi gestion and all liter Ills are cured by HOOdS PillsSold t 7 all druggists 25 cents 0atlvprtisehe dots in life money drawer withtimesame soil highlyIrQn1 rthlntnto y r It raM laa A tj111 t r Every Moment Hurls When you have rheumatism Muscles feel still and sore and joints are pain longwithw promptly and perfectly by Hoods righttothe blood which causes rheumatism and puts an end to the pain and stiff nero Biliousness1 is cured by Hoods Pills 25 cents currencyforabout tlifeed Herbine will revigorato a weak stomach and so improve digestion ns to insure the natural bloom of health Price OOctSi Perry Thomas 3lm After a man is married he shouldnt have a single idea load News for our Headers Who have scrofula taints in their Mood tformswhich thoroughly purifies the blood This dleease which frequently appears in children is greatly to be dreaded It is most likely to n fleet the glands of neck which become enlargederuptionp appear on the head and eyes are frequently affected Upon its first appearance perhaps in silent eruptions or scrofula should be entirely eradicated from the system by a thorough course of Hoods Saran parllla to prevent all the painful and sickening consequences of running scrofula sores which drain the system sap the strength and make existence utterly wretched octlO 1m Many so called absent minded men remember the poor Dizziness loss of appltltp flatulency and nausea are all connected with dvs pepsIn or indigestion Herbtno will IPerryWhpn a man invests in mines heJsometimes comes out minus Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is now for sale by druggist octlOlm When it comes to society the best is not always tile cheapest 4JThis signature is on every box of tho scnulno jLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets tbo remedy that cures a cold lu ono tiny Some men are so stingy they refuse smile expect attimoexpenseofotliers- Couldnt Translate it We received a letter recently we were unable to read We failed to dctor 4Timeout were Dr Caldwells Syrup PepsinI cures Indigestion Sold by druggist octlO1mJ Time young woman who proposes mar riage is only trying to make a name for herself Jionpletely cures It Itto The first blush of the cranberry is causing the turkey to wear a worried look J The most stubborn cjises of Bronchi Us succumb to ConoBcns Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and Thomas oct31m It takes more nerves than voice to be come society vocalist The man who boasts that be has no enemies is usually anonenity To First Voters tibaUotcall your attention to Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for constipation indices lion sick headache and stomach trouble At druggists octlOUn Strange as it may seem just as soonII as people get into society they expect to get asked out t For all fresh emits or wounds in either the human subject or in animals as a dressing Ballards Snow Liniment is workinghorsessuppurating its impaling qualities are PerryThomas Its all right for a girl to look into the future but its not becoming in her to look forward NKOOA ILL Oct 14 99 PKPSIN SYRUP Co Monticello Il- lGentlemnI feel it my duty to express to you my gratitude for what your wonderful remedy has done for me I was completely run down with acorn plication uf stomach disorders For ten months I could not work and was treated bv three eminent physicians One insisteduipomi operating on me de claring nothing short of an operation for appendicitis would cure me A friend induced me to try Dr CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin and from the first dose I began to improve and have not had trouble since I have gained 25 pounds In weight and am enjoying the very heat of health I never fall to say SyrupPepsinme it will do fnr others Gratefully yours CHARLES Cunuv Sold by druggist octlOlra Its peculiar that time hotter a man gets in the world time better lies off TO CURE A COLD IN ON3 DAY Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to bum E W Groves signature- si on each box 25 cents Its queer that everybody likes a square man round CURES BLOOD AND SKIN TllOUBLES Trial Treatment Free Is your blood pure Are you sure of- ti DQ cuts or scratches heal slowly Do your skin itch or burn Have vou pimples eruptions Aching bonesor back Eczema Old sores Boils Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are you pale Then BB15 Botanic Blood Balm will purify vomit blood heal every pore and give a clear smooth hoaltimyskiii Deepseated cases like ulcers cancer eating sores painful swellings blood poison are quickly cured by Botanic Blood Balm Cures when ali else falls Thoroughly tested for 30 years Drug stores SI per large bottle Trial treatment free writing BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble free medical advice given Over 3000 voluntary testimon ida of cures by BB B 1 Better make your calls short than pose as a yawn maker Thousands of the most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by fablers Buckeye Pile Ointment It never falls to cure Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75cts Perry Thomas oct3lrn Onlyan idiot indulges in violent exercise when he peeds rest Tetter SaltRheum and Cczcnia The intense itching and smarting inci inutantlyallayedbyapp1ying Skin Ointment Many cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per bozo Dr CftdyK Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifugo They are not food but medicine ad the best in use to put a horse w prime condition Vrico 25 seats per package Evpn thQtrQathmo1societyyiht turn sour 1M g hPrl WQfC PWI J b1J1aV JIi u I o r I f c J J7 J7 dJb J THfMAGNITUOOF TIlE PURCHASES Pd I LIN FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE AT THEI E 7 SURPASSES ALL PREVIOUS EFFORT S OF THEIR BUYERS For the past three or four weeks the transfer vagons have been daily t unloading wagon load after wagon load of boxes bales andI 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 8 888ao THE BUYERS FOR THE GREAT CORPO- RATIONTheBusyBeeCashStoreCo e I Are men of long and tried experience and their efforts to make this season The Banner Season in all departments will be fully realized 0 ALL PAST EFFORTS ENTIRELY LOST SIGHT OF I 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 t COLD CASH to blank down for any and all bills purchased we offer our customers the 0 cream of the market at Low Cash prices never before offered COLD CASH done tie work for ns it will do it for you Bring along Ii your money and get our iiardcarneuuoiiar prices for our motto is UnJerby Undersell Cash WE ARE SHOWING all the new weaves in our Dress Goods Department Ve ZehilenespScotch Plaids Homespuns Golf Goods in plnin and plaid backs and other goods in favor this season You can I buy your entire dress front us for the price of a sinllej skirt in many other houses We Invite you to take a look through our Dress Goods Department Polite Salesladies will wait on you 1 WE ARE SHOWING the largest assortment of Outing Cloths and Fleeced Back Wrapper Goods ever shown in this city Wo offer t good choice patterns in Outing Cloth at 5c per yd Best 3quahity from G3 to SH T GOOD THINGS PRICES salesmen GOODS tonliIN SHOE DEPARTMENT your pockets and veryheatSHOES The Nobbiest Most StylishAnd the best fitting Suits are to be in our Clothing Department never did the buyClothing boyImen you duplicate for less than 850 they fit as as tailormade garments are showing affull assortment patterns this line 150 198 348 and 498 Knee Suits for are of the town Our Youths Suits in nice qualities and nobby styles from 450 1000 are beauties for elegance in and our Mens 750 1000 and 1200 Suits surpass them We are showing Boys iii Youths Childrens Overcoats at about onehalf the cost producing similar Coats of same and quality All the Raglans and uptodate styles are found our Overcoat stock will pay you to investigate our Clothing stock before purchasing t YOU CAN SPEND Half a looking at our pretty Wraps Jackets Rn laos Tailormade Suits Walking Skirts Tailormade L Skirts and ReadytoWear Garments and then not see them all We have never in the history of our business career shown ouch an assortment of these goods The very latest styles the best fitting garments the lowest prices are all to be had in this department Our line of prettiestInposted see our Cloaks before you bmw All our Carpets Linoleums Mattings Rugs and Drupgets will be sold at manufacturers cost to close tho haventtand If you need Carpets or Rugs take ad I i vantage of this opportunity to buy them IN We still have Clover Leaf Towels at lOc Genuine Buttermilk Soap at So Mens Heavy Seamlea oic at 5c Boys Ribbed Hose 6 to at 5c 2Mons Silk Embroidered Suspenders at lOc The Mens Black Sox at lOc The Best Ladies lllack Hose lOo Wo llayo a Limited Lot of 101 Heavy Gray Bed Blankets at 09 See our Mens Corduroy Pants 175 they aro worth 2 50 Wo Have Boys Corduroy Kneo Pants at 49c per pair all sizes Boys Corduroy Long Pants extra quality at 148 per pair Wo are showing the best line of Ladies Kid Gloves I Pins lo per paper Hair Pins Ic per box Lead Pencils Ic each 1b Tube filled with Colored Pins 5c Buttons good quality oc dozen Shoe Laces 5c Nice Quality Crash 4c yd AU Linen Crash 5c yd Hat Pins 1c each Jeweled Hat Pins 5c each JNew in Ladles Garters ens Garters Irom 10c up lint Tortoise Shell Hair Pins Pull Combs KNeWllandCombs thick Combs Fancy Ornaments GET OUR on all lines of Domestics We can save you lots of 1Domesticsbetter assortment than anybody We sell good Calico at get our prices and compare with others OUR are SOLD for CASH ONLY You 0 thialiDownOUR andShoesbring meal sacks and and fill them up with all kinds of shoes boots for your family at andleliglltand Mens FINE A SPECIALTY had good good we of in Our 125 248 Boys the talk to And style fit all Mens and of style new in It December price Pearl bunch styles saddle In Our Underwear Department 10You will find anything you want to keep you warm and comfortable during the cold winter months We are showing a largo assortment of Mens Ladle and Chil drens fine Underwear in 2 piece and Uiiion Suits Onr t low and meliuin priced lines are very Strong for this season We sell Mens Ribbed Fleeced Lined Under wear in Vests and Pants at 24c Childrens Ribbed Vests Fleeced Lined at lOc each Ladies Ribbed Pants and Vests Fleeced Lined at 15c time best grade 25c Boys extra heavy wool fleeced Vests and Pants at 25c worth Ocjladies Outing Skirts extra heavy pretty patterns Ladies Allwool Skirts 40inch long for 49c worth 75c VALUES NOTIONS pairI heavyweight We have received full line of Straight FronCI- tihibomi Corsets the exalt copy of the 500 and SGOO Corset except they are Linen instead of Sl98WocityJustLadies new style Linen Collars lOc 4 Ladles Patent Leather Pulley Belts 23c Ladle Embroidered Hankorchlefs 5c 19cJJoysBed Spreads full size 59c All colors in Seam Braid 5c bunch White Tape Ic bunch Linen Tape 4c bunch all widths spoolLace up Kid Curlers 5c bunch Good Canton Flannel 5 yd j ydWhiteMens and Boys Work Shirts 25c We wish to call special attention to our immense stock of Mens Boys and Youths Hats and t Caps You can buy nobby Caps warm Caps sllllJdeliveredFollowI elsewhere Thanking you for past favors and hoping that you may take advantage of the d great opportunities we are thingsWe WD OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN JII It ssf 1 tO cn lJj lJj tIjcWi rj cQ trj S a LiIz = == Ii = i v c i i I OUR + W L DOUGLAS i FALL WINTER cnOESt iBUYTHEMw + ea 4 qz BOOTEE THe TORWOboSllOE MFG O ClNCINMATIO i f t4 1 1r zQ tTI Jr 1tTI FREEMAN BROS Main St opP Court House ijQW wnu1DIRECT FROn DISTILLERY TO CONSUMERS ALL CHARGES tefl AID fTl PtDm4 are not tathadary reinr tix at frefftnte axj we ntt refund rJ1irice breach ration Jor order oi rSTVu ES3 TitAN TWO gallons fri r r jr Old In vessels rs KloffgSSp H VcnrO In ws U as below ft131 J w 5OO licicctcdllnuvegiock 4lbo A M yctCQVINUT0NYT Iooden JJlXFZaK rAriaI Jd ML N1In it w11 and nrart n EVPZY flALI4N Ok br au Ofloni wUi bz1Ipp d by 0 Ir Iki tMzisawd rrHr ATAWVE1Re Off1Com131uneSm P1TTSBURG CENTRAL STOCK YARDS EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and allother kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATSHORSE SALES SIMON ODONNELLEVERY WEEKDAY General Mgr AGENCY FOR THE AMERmAt STEEL WIRE Mriil of Imrsc strong wires heavily pal t a aLc Amply pmvides for expansion it ont attiun Only lt ClCmcrot u el w11 Uol a vay of uniforib Mtri ulity ISIVIT jTOijJ wrotlJJ HO Z4aIlattur hov g cat a stniia 9fn put qi IL DJJI not irui1 u hit DOES tktlv VJRN T HORSES CATTLE UJHQGSAiD PIGS iiki1 tTIJ Z ttJ EXPRESSED fiELD FENCE EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED BY THE MANUFACTURERS CALL AND SEE IT Gin show you ru if wilt taJeou nuncy And fence your fields so they will STAY FENCED We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes 2 which we will sell cheap FOR CASH We are agents for the Kentucky Drill the best on earht 7 + D l B HA KELF RDi MPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY tiI i I 7 7 7 7I 7I7I7I ir1c L earcy s Drainage Tile Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition J 876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Drainage is a Permaneat Improvement Inside Dtameler Price 1000 Price of Branches ApprcT VeIehtof ofTile feet each Til each 3 111 10 GO 10 cU = Ibs 4 150010JLT 18M 15 112 00 z 25 13 3300j lll 8 JL r i 72010 100 jjfIZ Ifa ou fIo 2 Price list F O B Cars at Factories f He who causes a blade of grass to grow wh rdnpne grew bef VAmore favpitably4than a sky scraping marble shaft Only welldrained land produces 4herget and best possib1eiactory lWACO MADISON COUNTY KY r r iil fr lTItu kU I ATi THE 16 TO QUESTION AS VIEWED BY A CLIMAX SUBSCRIBER fOrr Dee SceJ While it is not strictly within tho purview of my capacity to discuss any thing so eminently secular as finance such and so general is the contention under tills head as the election draws nearthat a souse of my duty constrains me to explain the true inwardness Of the 16 to 1 question as it appears to me That law or that policy is hestwjiich Is for the greatest good of the greatest number of the American people per Imps ninetenths are debtors and the onntenths creditors It is not only each mans privilege but it js his duty to vote for his own interest This the genius of our government and the purpose of the elective to let each man say by his vote what he thinks is to his individual interest to have donevfio that the government may know the wishes of the people makes its laws accordingly This is the dlstingnishine characteristic of- governifleilt which is of by and for the people as op ose to monarcliial forms of government So far as its being an evidence of alack of patriotism or of philanthropy for a man to vote for his own interest Instead of for the general interest of the country it is a perversion of the purpose of our individual suffrage rights if n man votes for anything else thau his own interest If ninetenths of the people of tilt United States are debtors and only Onetenth creditors the interest of the ninetenths is that of the higher importance Evidently it is to the interest of all debtors to have cheap money which is silver and to the in terest of the creditor to have dear money which is gold To the mere day laborer it is a matter of indiffer ence whether we have cheap money or dear moneygold or silverbecause what he buys with hits money increases or diminishes in value in the same ratio of the increase or decrease of his wagesTo that very large class of people the farmers in all instances where they are In debt which is a immense ma- ority of them it is desirable that they should have cheap money in order to increase the value of their products in order to pay their debts the more easily in all instances where what they produce is under ordinary financial Auditions worth more than what they expendFor instance I am a farmer and in debt I get now for further Instance 0cts a bushel for wheat If we double the amount of money that is now in this government by coining into money the bullion that we now have and that would be offered usthe latter at the actual expense to the holder of coining would get a bushel for wheai just ns I now get 50 cents and what buy and what I pay my hands would be just double but evidently if I am farmingbusinessmy expenses just doubled of course 1 moneyTowheat and get f 0 cents for it when it cost me 25 cents to produce it I make 25 cents on the bushel of wheat If I double what I get for the wheat I will get SI for it and double the cost of its production and the cost will be cents and I will make cents a bushel on my wheat when 1 made 25 cents before and will have 25 cents to apply to the payment of my debts la answer to this the gold bug or sound money man who is a creditor may say to me You want to repudiate onehalfof your debt to me by paying me in de onlyhaUthat loan In answer to this I have justtothan that gold has appreciated and it is no more my fault than your misfortune that a circumstance over which I had no controlthe finding of a large supp1of silvershould have- depreciatltl appreciated gold according as we may decide to call it nnd it is sufliciont answer to say that by the common consent of the Amen can and European government gold is the standard for it is a purely arbitrary arrangement Without any in nature or necessity that makes it so It by some accident the discovery of immense amounts of gold should be made the value of gold would depreciate until if we could find 16 times as much gold as we now have a gold coin as large as silver dollcr would be worth no more than a silver dollar As it now stands if either sliver or gold should be made a standard it should bo silver because the small de nomination of our money cannot be nade of gold and even the gold dollar is too small for convenient and safe haudlint except by that class of people who hoard money and from the days of Lycurgus until now it has nover beer regarded as good financial policy to en courage the hoarding of money proclaimedfree silver cannot go together That is EngJan1mines while we have a preponderance oi silver mines must agree to trade with England on a gold basis But certainly supposing free trade condi tions to exist between England and America now there is no mote reason goldbasisour silver basis If then when we offer England for her merchandise what we are willing to pay for it iu silver she does not see cause to accept our money the very worst that can result from it that we will be thrown back upon our own home market to buy what we want which is exactly what all the tariff protectionist say we ought to do anyhow Another dilllculty that is alledged is that we Englandholds itisshall be paid in silver or gold and if we have mined so much silver that silver is not worth so much now as when those bonds were issued it is not an instance of taking advantage of our own tort to pay them in silver If England had owed us and had found so much gold as to depreciate its value which was antecedently just as prob ableas that the great ainouuf of silver would be found hero John Bull would laugh and his fingers in our faces if we W0111dBaY that lie did not have too MUC Exercise is as bad as too little for the growing girl It ivery easy for her tc dangeroUatlife when she crosses the line of woman hood It is not mi uncommon tIming to lay the foundation for years of aftei misery by neglect oj precautions change of iiftr The use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes not Gnl J itgivetlleallb womanly J1cdlcinepeculiar to women bemuse it cures the causes of disease completely and per manently Prescripj tion no alcohol opium cocaine any other narcotic dngree1with For a number withfemaleof till Ban Street Washington U C PIXIeS anypemianentJDQd 1decjdcdwry Bcburn g reply and ooramencedj treal FvotPrripfhcon gradualy1mparidDr tierces Common Sense Me iAdviser In paper covers is sent fire 011 receipt of 21 onecent to pay expense or mailing only Address Dr- R V Pierce Luflalo N Y ft0 jf i 1 t f the right topay us in his depreciated goldIf however our bonds fairly de maudcd payment in gold let us pay them in gold Suppose it takes every gold dollar in America to pay them what harm would it do If however weliave contracted to pay those bonds in goldand cant do it then like individual debtors we have to repudiateIf John null cannot take in payment of our dues to him the same kintl ol money that Abraham paid for the cave of Macpcleh mid that the High priests paid to Judas tll keep us all from going to the devil then John But for my part may go to time devil his life n as Saved Jlr J E Lilly a prominent citizens of Hannibal AIo lately had a wonder ful deliverance from n frightful death In telling of it ho says 1 was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened I was so weak J couldnt oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis covery One bottle gave great relief 1 continued to use it andnow am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 2 McKIN BY AM AWN Qr D NIAL lloeton Trarelw1 The campaign of time Republicans Will go down in history as the cam paign of denial William McKiiiley is at the bar of public opinion charged with grave committed in the guise of duty and under the alleged inspiration of destiny The worlds is filled with the crimes of destiny but no despot has had the assurance to masquerade in the cloak of dutyMcKinley and his cabal not even the courage of their convictions to win them followers ImperialIsmThey have Ieen accused of militar ism They deny it They have been accused of fostering the trusts They deny it They oven go further and deny the trusts The plea ofriot guilty has been entered strain and again Escape from onlyhopethe consequences of the indiscretion to presidentialstraight to be quashed theevidence too clear to be doubted If the people de clare for SIcKinloy it will be because they believe in imperialism trusts and accompanyingduty President McKinley says there is no such thing as imperialism in thiscoun try Evervhod who thinks knows better Imperialism means the govern ment of others without their consent McKinley is governing Porto Rico today without the consent and against the will of the Porto Ricans This is imperialism He is tryins to govern the Filipinos by military force This is denies Hanna sneers al militarism In 1898 the regular army was limited to 25000 men In point of lact it was not so large Today the army numbers 100000 In 180S the army cost about 23000000 annually the cost of the army this year is 135 000000 But we are told that there are not soldiers enough What does this nqtJUllitarismHanna says there are no trusts He lies and he knows he lies He is at this very moment dickering with a gigantic trust to stop the coal strike to save his puppets at Washington He himself is of the Bessemer Ore Pro ducers Association one of the most in iquitous of trusts which hasejicceedcd in doubling the price of Bessemer ore since 1S9S Time campaign of denial does not deny Its attemped evasion is simply a confession of weakness IJismarcks Iron Nerve Was time result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremen dous enemy are not found whore Stom ach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these quail ties and tho success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They de velop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 LANDISTOCKANOCROPCorn perbarrelMcIntyre McClintock delivered Friday fifteen 1000pound steers at 1 50 to A H Bedford of Paris Jlillersburg cor Bourbon News M H Thomas bought last Friday for geldingfromand also one from A B Bon ta for same at 150 IlarrodeburR Democrat Jas Settle has bought the farm of James Settle deceased price 1300 Zack Leach in an bought a suckling colt from Thomas Kelly for 50HilIlboro cor Springfield NewsLeader F M Carney sold his farm of 50 acres for GOO cash and Mr Dick Cary sold his farm of 75 acres for 1200 These farms adjoin each other and were purchased by Mr Clam k of Indiana LeaderA sale of last week shows that live stock is in betterdemand than jorycats At Aliens Merriwethors sale last Friday 45 sows soul at 30 to 35 Year hug heifers at SIB to S6 and hogs aver poundShelbyItocord olMrdence and fine farm in the edge of town on Spaldins avenue Consideration was Mr Courts property on Slain street and money amounting in all to 2000Marlon Falcon perbarrelAylette Bucknor of this place par chased S3 head of 1000 pound feeders placeboughtere all reds at 1 J5Cane Ridge cor Winchester Democrat RusWilsonnt5per hundred John Roseberry who recently engaged his export cattle to L Joseph sold them to same Tuesday rimere were 121 head averaging 1550 pounds and brought Scents Paris ICeutuckianCltizen CIIKAP LANDS Col DC Callahan sold two fanus last Monday at publio auction from time court house door Time George Roily fann of 108 acres in the Chestnut Grovenel hborhoodwlI sold to Messrs S M Long and J o Bright Figgfarmsold to Burnett Figg at 2250 per iyI1tioneer B B Peak reports 650 cattle dri tim market a gniL many unsold Fe dom sold at 370 to i0 cwt yoarhins nt 350 to 4 heifer 3tp 32mule colts SOto50 per headc6inmuon l0bullhorses changed hands At frpm535 to perheadUoorgetowu tenhoashundredffarm of1125 acres on tliiKirkwoodpikewest p1aklngttll3 toL1 0 There were 124 head averaging 1550 pounds and brought 5 ceutsTbeGrowers Tobacco Waiejiouse thohighest sale for last week Shelby county leaf selling at 1275 per hun dred The Central House renorts the periiundredWTPatterson of two tracts one time home place acres to Lee Watts at E5 peracre and thu other acres to W D Green at 25 per acre J L Tobin of time Braxton county community sold lust week to McGee Bros 25 1000lb sIeSta at 450 per hundred and took in part exchange fifteen 800lb steers at 425 per hundred These cattle Were all smooth and first classChm Noel of the C6rnisiville vicinity recently sold to RansdcII Demaree of the Dugansville community hine 217 Ill fat hogs at 4X0 per cwt and five 1CCO pound steers at 31 cents lie also has sold to Louis Norton of the Mayo vicinity a 2yearold fitly nice and trim for 75At the stock sale of Hinkle Son last week near Bloomfleld every timing brought good prices says tIme Nelson Record Horses Srt to 145 cows 28 to 40 suckling calveRIO to 25J5 1 horse nmlo colt 50 hogs averaged 6 per hundred sheep 105 per head lot of yearling steers at 27 weanlingAngushull Courier G9W C Terhuno purchased a carload of mule colts at Lawrencebnrg last Monday county court day at an average of 2800 per mule Uarrodsburg Democrat Shall we keep time Philippines and amend our fi Shall we add a new star tlin bloodstar Marsto indicate that we have entered upon a career of conquest Or shall We borrow the yellow which in 1820 was the badge of gold and greed and paint Saturn and his rings to suggest n carpetbag government with its schemes and flagwithtude of miner stars reprenting remote depondencicsWJBryan The business man who doesnt adver tise gets mpre dust in his goods than lie does in his money dra- werPROIHJCE L42 Having closed out my stock Groceries I will now de vote entire time to the Produce + Business Will PoultryEgsin Richmond It will certainly prove profitable to you to getmy prices be fore disposingofanything in line ft L GOTT Near L N Depot RICHMONDKY octlOtf ++ +CALL AT+4+ + d 1 1SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommodating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap iSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ Phone 3 Second St JiICH2IOND KY WE GUARANTEE-Dr CalilweHa Syrup Pepsin to euro lndlACStionSickwhen taken according to directions OR IV C CALDWELL Xf ftftcr tatinpr twothirds of a fifty coat or one dollnr bottle it foils to do as represented TTO will refund the purchase price norrntcauoI2mayO- mEOI M1ZLLZ MANUFACTURER FIPA INT SOF EVERY DESCRIPTION Sells direct to the consumer atlt Wn LE AtE PIEI pWall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Window Glass PainterscS t e Stock the Largest Prices always the Lowest Wall Paper 4c up Window Shades 1 DC up tieo 1 Wjllgiig2J- Ol W IIN mbUMOND KY Pateizs Sons Israice Insure your dwelling bcrns and other prop ertyln the BLUB GRASS IftSURANCB COM PuNY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection FIFE LIGHTNING AND TOBNABO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members ant no initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the BUte and gets cheaper every year faUing to one halt after the first year For further information call on their agent and collector 8B B Dlack attorneyatlaw Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court louse next door to State Bank Trust Company upstwsJlIOARTEU Pres may21ly C Co BO8WORTH Sccy Splendid Finish Price is right We make it an inducement dealers to handle work We a full line o light pleasure vehicles + catalogue and price list KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatItartlficlally digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gans is the latest discovered digest ant and No other preparation approach In efficiency in permanentJycuresDyspcpsl SlckfleadacbcGastralglaCrampsandall Prepared by E C DeWitt cChicago by Ferry Thomas KEPAIR1XG AND TIMEINQ FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY LIE LANE D act 9ea All rOC UnaranteeaMaui Street- RICHMOND KY e i GEHTLEMEHS DRTfllHG WAGoNS We only the best material Has all up to date attachments f can 51 for o manufacture of Send for It can It It For sale T use of 5 our t FULLER BUGGY Co7urer23ACIiSON MICH aprlSCm A BOON TO MANKIND Ia DRTABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL T5 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS DruggistsianlO4y iLENGT if NV MEm O jj Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested + Iwjj Branch office front room over Joplin s furniture store 70 L P TODD MGR F 7J m7I 7 THE IStove Question c In all its details is fully answered 5 eeby an inspection of our T showingsthe t t e t GREAT e PENINSULAR UE t AND THE J OAKfiAa This will be STOVE MONTH t with us and we are going to offer such attractions Q1 in that line as will repay anyone for the time de voted to looking through this Department c andEstatefinlabmerits of their productAWe wish to call attention to the magnificent product be 3addedto our line with a lull line 11Yli Ii IIvtt tonic I a s f tilC 0z 0 i tu c1ECONOMIST RANGEft nUUGlAS SIMMONS HARDWIRE S WES FARWX6 IMPLEMEMT- Smchllj J S x vs DRY GOODS tttwt ELDERS BARGAIN8TORE iOur Stock is complete in every i Department ttWeare showing the largest line of t CLOAKS GAPES GOLLARETTESJ Ever shown at prices that competition cannot toucht t tit DONT FAIL TO INSPECT OUR mTHlNG H0E5 T HAL AP OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT =MILLINftY DErAMN1- es Is in full blast You are requested to inspect 4 our stock New shapes handsomely trim 4medstrikinglyeffective and unequaled for 44 quality style and price We guarantee perfect satisfaction in every particular Jt 6We are showing DRESS GOODSa pretty line of tTowhich we invite your inspection Cork Screws n Cigar Caeca 4Collar claIJj 3Ii 8 y 12Inch Compass Saws IScts eu 2Glnch IIIInd Saws Oc- tsfJ r upPhotoDover Egg Beaten Sets Plate Handles Sets c Big Iron Spoons 3 S and Sets Cooking Forks 3 to Sets 12 White Swiss Ties Sets Tin Bucket and Shovel Sets c Cficoannt Grater 4cts Tin Rattles 2 and Sets upLead 4 and Sets Cabinet Brass Easels bet If Pocket Knives 5 10 20 and 2Scts W Butcher Knives lOcts Can Openers Sets Little Gem Dime Banks bet Set of Pony a b c Blocks lOcts Curling Irons 3 to Sets BIrd Cage Springs Screw Hooks Sets per dozen Razor SOcta Tracing Wheels Sets Trunk Locks bet 8inch Drawing Knife 25 cts upW per dozen Pins Ic per paper c npCakeBox of Perfumed Talcum Powder10c ii pairMalleableRubber Balls Sets up Rubber Battles jOel Tea Bells bets =c Nutmeg Graters Ic Coat and Hat Hooks IScts per doz Note Books 15810 and IScts 6 Table Spoons Sets c 6 Tea Spoons 4cts- 38inch Brass Extension Sash Rod lOch 2 Blade Mincing Knives lOcts Shaving Brushes 10 IS 20 and 25c 5cWrera combined IScts Pictare Hooks Sets per dozen jTack Pullers Seta Tack Hammers 5 and lOcts Carpenters Bell Faced Claw Slam mers 29cts Shingling Hatchets 2Scts Tack Hammers lOch Shoe Brushes jOel np Clothes Brushes lOch up ICalogne Sets per bottle Shears 7 81015 and 25cts 2chL1dLeather Back Horse Brushes 30 Sheets of Note Paper good Sets 60 Envelopes a bargain Sets upWall 15 J8SO Wire Broilers 5cts Tin Bucket Beta np Tin Wash Pans Sets Tin DlpperslIet8- Granite Wash Pans beta We have an assortment of Tin warn and Graniteware Be sure and 11 Iti Whittlng white and Sets per box Buggy Whip lOcts of all kinds- Handkerchiefs Ic up 3 Tin Pint Cups Sets Be sure and ask for McCalls Patterns Tea Strainers Sets Ribbons Ic per yard up npHooks of 2 doz 1 pairGoldPaperettes 0101520 and 25cta A lIlarWhisk Brooms 8 and bets Clocks SScts up Thimbles le up 1CotreePicture Frames all styles from a Photo 6x7 Frame to a large 18x themBottleBrass Headed Tacks Sets upMachine l Ink 4cts Jlucllale4etaDo1l8 V Wr1 err Respectfully to Cash SubmittedE V ELDER cRICHMOND k KYttW v o WINTER X rI i1 I E1 ItlFJ6 e J 6 =f Jc w iiI ICe a lffi S EI6ieI II ivi i D i Jim Ii- iJ We wish to announce to ourm ibi friends and customers thatrnlj IJour8 1i1rnrJ 1m 8 Factory prices have advancedon I 81- almost everything but we hougM if J JliIJ Thducements flII- IIJ benefit all We have Janice line 8 f3IIIcorrespond m ingly CHEAP 8Ii f3 8Iiwgys in stock 1 8 W S OLBHAMS 3 II iSOCCESSei Tl IIKiEtSTAff t HMAi Day Phone 76 Night 13 B J rl I T