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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w H I THEc RICHMOND CLIMAX t II VOLUME27RI HMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1900 NUMBER 23 T St SO Ff t g IROFESS1ONAL OARDS ATrOaiTZ R E ROBERTS ATTOKNETATLAVr RICHMOND KENTUCKY iornci ner Climax Office with Jas B Mc Creary Second Stre- cMiLLERRW ATTOBXETATLAW RICHMOND KBHTCCKT Office In the Bnrnain Building next door to armors National flank feb3ly JA SULLIV ATTORXEYVTLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posit Court house on Main Street JODMOIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults groceryS W R LETCHER AttornUatLaWRic- 1f1OND KESTCCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Cnvington Mitchells TALBOT JAQZOTSJ ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY aOfflcs In Prather Building Main Btreet rnSIOIut DItS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office in tht na Ccfflni building aidyo Secl end Street aye ATbite a old drugitore CHAS C HOOKER rVETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry nd Sterility a Specialty WOfflce at my table corner Flrat and Water Streets Itlchmo d Kyapr741 U C JJlSPfin M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice rrathcr Buildinc Main Street TcUpboue at residence the Carr pace en Broadway EICHMOND KENTUCKY TEVANS v a U PHYSICIAN AMD BnUQKOK KKNTUCKY RICHMOND I DENlALStiRannr 1 t t ttDSQt D1rrIsT or LooisvtitB KT eyOfflce next door to Government Bu JInS toJt1 to BichmSnd Ky Office hour novi7ly =MAN OP GOOD OIlAD- Docter WANTEDALVIl KciitUCkY for old to deliver luuefltl1b11lbed manufa turln wholesale than exJIune5tl morea yca euro lay bank jl1anyretereacOurperience required tamped en any city Dear veIOe MauufacturensI1drdFoor3U bout St Chlcajfo r8T oWJrTS 1 cArgM nip04 XMUllptSrl r rtJat eO il j ACT Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the Administrators to take effect January 1 190 L In order to meet our obligations by January 1st it will be necessary for us to do the greatest business in our career Our entire stock in short time must be converted into money and we know of no better or more powerful way to bring about a quick result than e P1F1iESAfter 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 and at the same time feel that by giving mighty values that we are going to make many new and lasting customers and increase the prestige of this store for the future You know we know everybody knows that we always have given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fail our stock of OMENS AND BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS HATS AND 8ROESS Is betters stronger and more original than ever before Of course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and thOse who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgment WEST MAIN RICHMOND KENTUCKY FREENotice iiiTR thisI rji-JLjLS STREET aopyierp3 TPCKSS with prices or qualities are not resorted to to draw your attention or secure your trade Legitimate methods ai stock of excellent quality and reason able prices are our trump cards and We use them for the mutual benefit of our customer and ourcclvcs Our special attraction this week is J4 liuo of highclass TABLE SILVERWARE These items aro hints of rnlue- FJYEA6ER Dr Louis H Land an No Wrt Ninth Street Cincinnati OhU will bf at UoUl Qlyndon BIcbmondKy on WEDNESDAY NOV 14 1900 returning every iec nd Wednesday o each month nf4renct trery phyalclan f Rlch mand Ky maylly Our 600ds rtJ Our prices p Compel you to trade with us when you give us trial tthSWima J3J m nnB flB i TI11I1I1 jfro 3I 8j The ladies cannot l e decehed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to is we in the best marketsof the world select tie la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest up to date goods Is that what you If so trade with Whit AND lMon It d ANNOUNCEMENT TOn cory JCDdl- ara acthorized to announce It 11 CUOOKK a cAndidate for th olflcc of Judge of Madison county subject to the action of tut Democratic partySWe Arc authorized to anpounce N ti TTJR PIN candidate for Judge of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party PolL CLERK We aro authorized to announce SANFORD OLDUAM a candidate for County Clerk sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ARCH sucjecttoWe are authorized to announce C M RAY ubJecttoWe are authorized to announce D R 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 Are are authorized to announce M M MILLER a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoron 8UE2IFF We are authorized to announce JOhN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madkon county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic are aethorlzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic arc aIthorized to announce P B BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff 8f Madison connty subject to the action of the Democratic party TOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce MARTIN GREEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to tho action of the Democratic party We lire authorized to announce JOE OLD IIAJI a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party fOS JAILER We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to tho action of the Democratic party Ve are authorized A announce N D JONES asa candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party W ar authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party ron SCHOOL SCfEEINTESDEOT We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS a candidate for re nomination for the Office of Superintendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party We are anthoriiit to announce RRV A J TRIBULE a candidate ior County School Superintendent ubject to the action of the We are authorized to announce OWEN J YOUNG a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools subject to the action the Democratic party BIGGER THAN THE CONSTIIUTIOfl Why did we rebel against Great TMttsiin Because she taxed us with out representation null governed us without the consent of tim Governed That Porto Rican bill taxes Porto Tticnna without representation awl- ovorns them without the consent of tShP governeleNo king no despot uo tyrant in history ever as serted A doctrine moro dangerous and more damiinblo titan that which nn derlies the Porto mean bill Gernt Applause According to that doctrine a President is bigger than the Consti tution i for when n President becpinc greater than the Constitntfoh therois nd PlaOO whore you enn draw the Hue It will become IVasMolit and no 11 Constitution Prcrtt AnplRUSel W J Bryan In N work MASONIC GRAND LODGt The Masonic Grand Lodge of Ken tucky which met in Louisvilletost week ulecttd tho following odictrs tpringfieldGrmd JlthianaDeputyGranel John W Laudrum Mayfluld Grand Senior Warden John II Leathers Louisville Grand TreasurerH Louisville Grand Scent tary 11 Bi Cole lm Louisville Grand ChaplainSJoseph TDavidson LouIsvilleGrand Tyler James A Hodges Assistant Grand SecretaryIt tho centennial meeting of the lodge and much business of important was befoie it and was of great Interest and pleasure to the delegates Among the important business was the con sideration of erecting a now Masonic Temple at Louisville which wax prar tically settled hy the report of Grand Master RamSey recommending same to tho Grand Lodge A committee was appointedconsist jog of Grand Master Win McChord Deputy Grand Master Harry Bailey Grand Senior Warden John W Lan drew Grand Junioii Warden Owen Thomas Grand Secretary Henry B Grant Grand Treasurer John H Leathers together with one member yet to bo selected from each Congressional district to negotiate a loan 100000 to bo used in the erection of the new temple in Louisville The home of the Grand Lodge willof course remain in Louisville The committee is instructed to 1iave the new homo ol the Kentucky Masons ready by the next annual meeting but if it should not be ready they will ar range another local meeting place Committee on Old Masons Homo reported in favor of purchasing not more than 250 acres of land on to erect a home for aged and Infirm Masons rime location has not been decided UponSRing down the curtin on the Phil lies Rock a Bye Baby These are sweet words but how much pain and suffering they used to mean Its different now Sines Mothers Frisnd has become known expectant mothers have beep much Of the anguish of child birth Molhcrs Frlcri is a liniment to be applied externally It is rubbed thoroughly Into tho muscles of the abdomen It gives elasticity and strength and when the final great strain comes they respond quicklyand easily without pain Mothers Friend Is never taken Internally Internal remedies at this time do more hrm than gsod If a woman is supplied with this splendid lini mont she never fear rising or swelling breasts morning sickness or any of the discomforts which usually accompany preg naSnySThe proprietor of a largo hotel In Tampa FU writes My wife had an awful time with her first child During her second prgeancy Mothers Friend was wxd and the was born easily before the doctor arrived Its certainly great Oct Mothers Friend at the drugstore per bottle tire rKjuwreiD SEGTOATOE Co ttg1Ga qwU bocii Jff 11rIlDiIh fcStefB1 C n ro B edW- elive by our blood andon it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live on or by When strength is full and spirits high we are being re freshed bone muscle and brain in body and mind with con tinual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutri ment in it Backofthe blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It sets the whole bodygoingagainman woman and child- If you have not tried it send for free sample Its agreeable tasle will surprise you SCOTT EOWNE Chemists 407415 Pearl Street New York jocauUJieo all druggist LOCKED OUT BY THE TRUST ron Molders in Cleveland Ohio Voted for McKinley and Are Now Starving HANNA PROMISES REPUDIATED Chicago DemocratJ publieditions Inthe inolders strike in Clove ant Ohio Ninetynine out of every hundred men me probably unaware that every union niolder in Mark Hnnims own home is idle beCAuse ho refuses to vorK for the smallest wage over ofFered him efuco time industry ofirou foimdiiif wIt established lit America The union men who have their homes and families in Cleveland aro oiiered S275 per day hy the fonndryrnen Kontinion men from anywhere receive their railroad fare to that city their hoard wiiilo they mo hero and SI 75 per day six days in the week Ninuteuths of the union molilcrs in Oleveiand voted for McKinly in ISOG They were told they were for high wages and thor believed It ton alter tho election tho foundry proprietors organized The Manufactures As sociation It began to hattlu with the moldera for reduced wages and has kept it for four years Tho union mon keptlodednubliian trust warfare upon oruauizcd talmr If Mr Hanna still believes there are ino trusts vithin the meaning of time law ho will find onliuhtenment nt home His education will be cheerful undertaken br any one of the idit molders whom he will find upon street corners of Cleveland that tim Manufacturers Association which fixEs the price of castings and time amonnt of wngos over America and which contributes now 2a day for every nonunion mush shut tim in CIcvehin1 foundries is a trusty Time meiribers of the Mnnufacturnrs AFRO edition Rnylhnt Jim exorbitant price they to pay for iron is duo to tilL operation of the Iron anti Sicel Trust They say tho prjcb is a purely specula tive otto even now and that they canl nfforil to pay the wagfis they nsoil to r whon thin truss didnt exist nnd wfiei tha urine of iron wfis fixed in tho opat UpplGIld l ROOSEVELTS OPINIONS September1b9GHeviow velt niado the following statement Time mow who object to what they style government by Injunction areas regards to essential principles of government in hearty sympathy with their remote ancestors who lived in caves fought one another with stone headed axes and ate the mammoth and woolly rhinoceros are interest lug us representing a geological stir viral but they are dangerous when ever there is the least chance of their making the principles of this age presoutlifemen of good minds nUll eouud civic moralitv In the Century Magazine for Feb mary 1SS8 an article appeared from the or Col Boosevelt entitled liunch Lifo in the Far West On page 502 appears the following When drunk on the villainous whiskey of the founder townstheytho cowboys nnd rough riders cut mad antics rid inc their horses into the saloons tiring their plMols right amid left front buisterous lightheartediiesa rather than from any viciotiBuess nnd indulging too often in deadly shooting affrays brought on either by accidental contact of the moment or on account of some longstanding grudge or perhAps because of Jail blood between the ranches or localities Hut theyare much better fellows and pleasanter companions than the small farmers or agricultural laborers nor aro time mechanics of a great city to be mentioned in the same breath with them Million liven Away It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to bo generous to the needy and suffering Tho proprietors of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Couehs and Colds have given away over ton millions trial bot tle of this great medicine and have tho satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely cured thousanda of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse ness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by- It Gallon Perry A Thomas Druggist Successors to W O White arid get a tritllottlofree regular sizo 50c and SI Every bottlo guaranteed or price re funded 8 FULL DINNER PAIL OUTWEIGHED I respect the full dinner pail of a orkiuginnn hut when you put that dinner pail in one pun of the scale and a brown mothers babe in the other Jafl I Sorille dinner unit Wilt kIck the scale of justice Jn ttfy this Philippine war if von ran Beiinve that timo is still in the feudal ace when invasion capture timid subjugation the order of dwvth P inent but do not eay that this prolonged agony at liomo and tibruad that the widows and orpiantjwhitii ami brown that the war has already cost us over 0000000 In money OO0O or 40000 lives on both Bides ot tho tattle lino eudleps debauchery of the huh vidiial soldiers the lowering of this national ideal anti the poisoning the imagination of the American vontji are no issue in thiucampairnLinccInW- orkinirNight Am Jay rho busiest rind mightiest little thing that overy was made is Dr Kings New Life Pilljj Every pill Isa sugarcoated globule of health that changes weak ness into strength listlessncss into en ergy brainfaK into mental power Theyre wonderful in building tip the health Only 25c per box Sqld hy Perry AThomaa S TbOblfcnit trUst must py ti4 floty- trlihtK rlNl fur its raw ll rIlIbutJtII11uwh lllnt tho iisotiIt Wit a tq batik Um film IIIitI scu1- ttrUi I Illrnll answers fully and frankly questions put to him Why shouldnt Theodore Roosevelt answer the quiet tions put to him at Home N Y Tho questions as follows ate undeniably lartinelltirlltVhy did you not prosecute the canal thieves as you promised when you were a candidate for Governor Serajud Why did you not com mence action before the claims were lIarredlhlrdhy dont you haven sum mons iKiued against the ice trust The only way to commence an action is by summons None hits ever been served Fourth Why dont you remove thin Mayor of New York for his connection with tho ice trust Fifth Yon have been only thirty six hours at the Capitol attending to business since June Do you think it honest to take full pay during that timtoSblhDont you think a candidate for VicePresident cliould find courteous to express his thoughts nud not call hisquestionershoodlums hoboes nUll drunks amid any knowledge on time subject accuse them of working thtiir mouths standing against the flag and lacking tlio iLtriotieiuSeventhWhy not give out for publication Mayor Van Wycks answer in which it is claimed members of your State administration anti Senator Platt are chaiged with being particeps crimi nis iu the Ice trust scandel With tho opening of the football sea eon thin canvasback is on the gridiron 011 VARD 11 The warning cough is the faith ful sentinel It tells of the approach of- consumption i which has killed more people sp than war and pestIlence co- rntbied It tells of painful JLchcsts sore lungs weak throats bronchitis end pneu- monIa Do not 7 suffer another day Its useless for theres a prompt and safe cure It is rsIfielT pj which cures fresh colds and coughs in asingle 4 night and masters chronic coughs and bronchitis in a short time Consumption is surely and cer tainly prevented and cured too if taken in 4 time A 2Sc bottle for a fresh cold SOc size for older colds 1 size for chronic- coughsandconsumption TelsCherryerery time I t cold I toko a little of ttlWd I nra better3tono- e1uns 0 HOQUOR Oct 191833 EtrasoTaas- C Write the Ttoetnr If 7coInOQ complaint nS t rter a Ibo ttturfmll w + i To time iLL and our store t C 1 FURNITUREAND IOf all and the low prices are sure J Chamber also odd Iron Beds of trimmed best Couches try velour tapes Rockers variety Chiffoniers Stands Extension Dinning Room and G Carts I And many numerous to MATTINGS At Cost for Cash DJM llnll1 e ftIIIJIf Und r the direction of li MriVldward GBrown JU S JDPllN ghtPbcn JJ6tDyPbooe 73 The Richmond Climax CnSNAULrProprietorA THOS H PICKELS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 31 1900 rOBLWUHD EVERY WICDNRSDAY BV The Climax Printing Co PRICK PEr YJJAR150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET wwwMR FBESID1SX7 WILLIAM JENNINOS BttYAN Or NEBRASKA you VICC PRESIDENT ADLAIE STEVENSON or ILLINOIS FOR COVnUNUR JO W BECKKAM OP NELBOX FOR nON OEO Q GILBERT or SllGLDY DEMOCRATIC PARTY Tbls Is the way to vote the Straight Democratic Ticket PECIAL NOTICE At a called meeting oi the Madison Democratic County loinniiUeo a quo rum being present It is ordered 1st That a primary election be held in Madison county on the 22ud day of November 1500 for this purpose of nominating candidates for the follow ing county offices to Lie voted for at the general election lt1 viz County Judge County Clerk County Sheriff AttorneyCountyCouuty Jailer Representative and all othercounty office 2nd That on or before 12 oclock on the 1st day of November lOOOeach per Kon proposing to become a candidate in said primary shall deposit with 11 II Colyer the RUIn of fifty fro dollars to be used for the purpose of defraying the expenses of said primary election hind no person falling so to do shall be eligible to be voted for at said primary election3rd said primary election shall bo hold under the State law governing such elections at the time said election is held 4th That all legal voters who have heretofore aillliatod with the Democratic party and who oxpect to and uledge themselves to support the com ineeu of said party and all persons who will be legal voters at the November election 1001 and who pledge thorn selves to support the nominees of this primary shall be eligiable to vote ia said primary 5th Notice of this action shall bo published in the Richmond papers and shall be posted at twenty conspicuous places in the county mitt on the court door in Richmond Oth That time clerk is directed to prepare ballots not later than 10th of No vember 1000 o268t JOHN B CHKNAULT Chm WHEN u man acquires the Republi can habit lie should diecard tho name Dejnocrat nnd be honest YOUVE boon robbed long enough boys by these blamed bloodsucking Republicans dont lot em play you for suckers any more Come and climb in the band wagon fore its too late Tis never too late to mend If you Jfivo been a Republican or a Brown D morrat and are sick with the past record of time Republican party come right back to the good old fold and fill your hungry stomach with fat Demo cratic heifer nico juicy calf and all those kind of good tliiiiLi you wont find on tap in the log cabin tBrowerCoJ LEXINGTON KY TQ ll1 AIm l1Q ll tD A STORY IN ONE dAFTER With Appologies to Mary Johnston Sitting musingly bofore a sparkling fire watching the writhing and twist Jog of the flames into weird and fan tastic shapes tho Colonial Paine could not possibly have pictured tho comfort and luxury contained in the large roomy satisfying chairs that wo are offering iu our store this week She could droam of her primitive home its dangers and hardships its few comforts and many privations of sanded floors nnd straight hack chairs But if she could have allowed her truant fancy to wander out into tho great fu ture and caught a glimpse of that 22 Leather Rocker with broad arms soft hair libel cushions brightly polished wood or of those wonderously beauti ful chairs that retain all tho symmetry and elegance of tho old Colonial style conhined with tho comfort and ease that uipdern science has been able to give them could bavo realized that the prices were to moderate that every Dime or LabS of this bright modern city could afford one you know she would have boon happy YOU CAN BE JIAPlY YOU CAN SEE THE CHAIRS CIfBrower Co1I- AIN AND DROJ DWY1 LEXU Pi Xy- tr i1i Fi F I i 1l VOTK Democrats vote long and loud Whoop things up put down civil liberty tell with Bill Taylor Proxy John Yerkes and the rest of that Rang of endorsers of assassination WHAT We need to Insure the per petuity of our government is a President who will see the laws are enforced and who cannot be bribed or tampered itllj an AttorncyQoneral who will prosecute the trusts and all other constitutional violations a Cabinet which will devote itself to the welfare of the various departments and a Congress which shall serve the country and not Itself Time present administration and assembly aro woefully deficient in those respects condemn them by your vote and choose another GENTLEMEN of the guard look well along the lines It is unnecessary we know to urge each Democrat to do his Inly but still no one can do too much Vote early in the action and persuade your friends to do likewise lend all as sistance in your power to strengthen and encourage those who seem to be wavering and fight for Democracy as you never fought before Our coun trys prosperity or disruption depends on the verdict the ballot box will ren der so struggle for the party of Jeffer son and Bryan that your homes and firesides may be left you and not swal llowed up by Republican lust HOUSE Bill No 19 has been passed by the Senate and House of Represen tatives and signed by the Governor consequently after ninety days it be comes a law The election next week will owing to the dilatory Republicans occur under the Goebel Law but how ever with certain amendments con cerning time ballots and other regula tions of the law Brown Democrats can not complain now they have no room to argue we have a fair election law an honest young candidate for Governor and if they still bo at heart Democrats they have no excuse for not voting for Beckham Brothers lot us bury the hatchet the war is over so let the white flag of pence float over the reunited wings of our party So that when the election is over we can drawn an easy breathy and metaphorically saythe winter is passed the season ot rain is over and gone flowers appear upon the earth the tune of the singing of birds has come and the voice of the turtle is hoard in the land rIlEY ale gathering homuwardone by one one by one so runs the old hymn we are all familiar with And it sizes up the prodigals in Kentucky to a dead moral cinch Weuna down here in Dixie are too good people tostay mad long we may fly off at a tangent occasionally and stay in that latitude awhile but sooner or later we nil get back on time right track and close the switch for ever Its Charlie Bronston this time Charlie we all know is a jolly good fellow he was raised among us and we were all proud of him until he flew the coop last fall That was the mistake of Charlies life and he sees it now if it hadnt been for that he would have been in Congress right now helping to bulldoze the shooting match But better late than never still holds good so we pardon the er ror of the Fayette gentlemans former miscue for the sake of his profession of repentance He says lies right with us now and wants to climb back in the band wagon long with the rest of the boys so hears to you Charlie in time words of the immortal Rill May you live long and prosper A SUMMAKY of the situation in Stateaffairs at this stage of the game causes us Democrats much inward re joicing We have stood for law and order though provoked to the last extremity we have waged political war fare of an honorable nature and at all times have been just and considerate toward our opponents On the contrary we have been abused vilified and conspired against but have kept our tempers through it all Republi can tactics have been of the bullraging variety ours have been of the legal kind there lies the difference Ken tucky is naturally an overwhelmingly Democratic State with our party divid ed they could beat us only through frauds now with the opposing elements amicably united we have small cause to fear Wherefore gentlemen go in to win with confidence in your heads and courage in your hearts pile up Ken tuckys vote to her old proportions and so vindicate her people and clear her fair name of the stigma Republican control has cast upon it THE dm is about to bo cast in only one more week it will be Bryan or Jlc Kinley and the boys will be shouting and the bands playing The most memorable contest in the history of our country is almost waged and on its result pends our liberty and our constitutional freedom No campaign on national record has ever stood for so much as this years and none has hud such important issues at stake on its outcome rests the question of Ameri cas future whether she is to continue her destiny as a beneflcieiit exponent of liberal rights and civil freedom or to dill the long lingering death of an overtaxed military empire During the past few months the CLIMAX has discussed editorially almost every is sue of importance that is to confront the American people at tim polls but we believe a briof summary will net now be amiss Fellow countrymen you have this to decide will you vote for a policy that countenances a government maintained with the pomp and panoply of Old World Splendor or do you prefer the simplicity of the old line institutions of our fathers Will you pay taxes for the support of a large standing army and favor a colonial aye tem that will drain our treasury or can you trust in the simple military basis established by Washington and Jeffer son and which has at all times been sufficient for our needs And lastly most important of all will you see labor ground to dust in the grasp of the combinations of capital alias trusts without striking a blow for the liberty of man and the tenure of his rights These are the most pressing queries that will confront you at the ballot box next Tuesday and if you bo an Amen can whether Democrat or Republican vote for the right there can never be two rights or two wrongs one way Is darkness and the other is light time powers of evil are strong against us this time brothers but stand on board and dont give up the Ship Our gal lant leader has fought good fight he has kept the faith and he deserves the place of honor which in the hearts of the people Is accorded him He enters tbe lists with clean bands and a pure heart opposing him are the barbed and arrowed hosts of iniquity and corruption aixjvp them both loom the Seats cf tho Mighty tlm prlzg of tha Btrpgglej fMlHtsqllrr1 shout the heralds tho nd Jij +y God defend ta rrhliit 4 0 AiL Up in a ballon is where Yorkes will find himself soon and hell float higher than Gilroys kite with no good Republican to pull him down They will all be hiding their heads RoughRiderbad to worse At the begining of the action this fall he was a polite genteel mildmannered young man but alas alas how he has degenerated If any one interrupts him or asks him a speaking he calls theta hoboes and tells them they belong to the lower classes and aro bums The idea of a cadidato for so exalted an office as the Vice Presidency using such language to tbe men he fain would rule He means to command through fear not love and shows little sense in tak- Ing as though the laborers vote is not as good and does not count as much at the polls as a Vanderbilts or an Astore He will find this out to his sorrow next week when he will be snowed under a tidal wave of popular disap proval and retired indefinitely to the shade of his own vine and fig tree MR BRYANS Eastern tour has been one continual ovation and in a source of much gratification and encourage ment to Democrats the country over We expect to carry the South and West but the East and Central States have ever been our weak point Since Bryans invasion of tho enemys country orjto be classical since he has carried the war into Asia wo find we aro stronger there than wo wet of The old aristocratic element and the scions thereof who for generation have beeh Republicans more from heredity than anything elsearo experiencing an awakening and many will show a change of front when it comes to the scratch The masses in those Eastern localities that is time working classes have always been Democratic but wo may look for increased majorities even from that source this year HrBryans personal contact with that section iv breeding contagious interest and en thusiasm in his cause which is spread- Ing like wild fire Ho is a man of the people and such a man we need if nor populi vex dri hold good the day is ours thefleld is won WITH Caesar McKinloy may now well exclaim tt tu Brute His first love hiff long suit his trump card the old soldier has deserted him At a meeting of an old Union Veteran Association at Toledo Ohio some weeks ago much indignation was expressed at the Presidents policy of overlooking the Veteran in lila list of oppointraents It appears that positions which they were qualified to fill and which in fact required men of military experience were bestowed upon men who know not shot from powder On resolution a note was written the President by a committee and ho was asked what would be his attitude toward the old soldier in case of his reelection As answer a copy of McKinleys message was mailed them No moro forcible reply could have been received for it was selfexplanatory That killed the bill and today every exFederal in Toledo and over Ohio at large are con eeliug Bryans election for they say they cannot vote for a man who is so devoid of a sense of right as to confer fat offices for political and personal reasons none of which are actuated bv merit or fitness on the part of the appointees Things like this are going to tell tlo tale of McKinleys defeat condemned alike by frionds and foes he will soon sink into public oblivion from which he will know no awakening THEIIE are to be many surprises next week a periodical uprising of popular feeling is going to occur time Re publican party destined experience a fall and great will be time fall thereof Localities which for years have given Republican pluralities are goingsolid ly Democratic this time as sure as fate Time writer on n recent tour in Northern Illinois saw much to en courage him in this opinion and make him optimistic almost in his conjectures of Bryans success Time great mass of factory hands and the farming element are nearly unanimous in his support and notably tho foreign population mare backing him to a man and are en thusiastic for his victory In response to inquiries as to their reasons for doing so many who voted for McKinley four years ago replied that they would be unable to supprt their families under another term of McKinley prosperity and consequently were eager to vote for an administration which docs not foster evils which cheapen toil and starve time laborer Time present dynas ty is apt to be short lived William by the grace of Mammon King of the Realm and Marcus under the hand and seal of Mephisto his Prime MIniS- ter have been playing fast and loose with the people for lo these many years and the cards are going against them at last rime jigs us boys and nil you can do now is to die as graceful ly as possible bo gnraetmd go down to defeat with your boots on After No vember Cwell be called upon to attend a political funeral Le rai ttt mont rtre le roi UNEASY rests the head that wears a crown is a maxim true to life mind our Bolfnppointed Emperor is realizing its truth and reil lII his fate Poor fellow what a time hes having with his subjects and what a time they are having with hum Too late ho sees what a price ho has paid for his Presidential honors and is frothing at the mouth at his utter inability to help himself Ho sold himself to Hannn and tho trusts as surely as Faust sold himself to the devil for the honor of being our chief executive ho has lost tIme right to be a man and as Shake speare says whats in a unmet All tho power that should be his is vesta in his subordinates for example ho Was really opposed to the Porto Rican tariff bill and SQ expressed himself but atthe demand of time Sugar Trust which contributed a million or more to tho campaign fund he had to swallow lila words and convictions and favor the bill And added to his inability to stand by his convictions is his consciousness of his humiliation in time eyes of his party how can it but be a thorn in his flesh tq have Roosevelt run around the country and play the hero as the head of the ticket Even Hanna has taken time platform and poor old Mae is forced to sit quietly lit homo with folded hands and watch other manage his campaign for him As for Hanna Roosevelt and the trusts McKinley justsuits them they want a man they can run over and bulldoze so they allow him the empty honor of the name while they run tho shooting match themselves Soin view of these existing conditions it is high time we were hnvinga change if Mr Bryan is elected ho will be President and no one else we will have a man not a parody Ou the name in the Executive Chair so by the memory of our countrys glorious past We adjure you citujeus to make her future even more sq by your choice of 4 jeafloq a man prjv pnpppt which i itI1WI3Y8fgI1OjIILCreVU BJHjJa- k giod nony mI lnj8chcn1e tfIl iIIIIIIJ1 I i4 The Bestis the Cheapest Experience teaches that good clothes wear longest good food gives best nutrition and a good medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest Hoods Sarsaparilla is the best medicine money can buy because it cures when all others fail Poor HeaithlLul poor healtftfor years pains in shoulders tack anti hips caith constant headache nervousness and no Appetite Used Hoods SarsaparSta gained strength and can ivork hard alt day eat htarttty and steep well Hook U because it helped my husband to whom GiffetsMoose SaMa j aflf flood llllt em UTr lilt the nonIrritatlnr and only cathartic to take with Hoods Sanacanlla TIlE Godgiven privilege of the American is the independence of his vote That he possesses though lIe be robbed of all else so exercise your right fellowcountryman and cast your ballot as your conscience dictates and emancipate yourself from the thrall dom political and civil of the highhanded present regime Ox to Washington was time cry of Lees Victorious army before they went down in defeat at Gettysburg On to Washington is again the slogan of a mighty army j tis the watchword that issues from thousands of Democratic throats who are as determined on success as was the first named band But let them profit by the histpric disaster on the Pennsylvania fleldsbe not overcon fident but wary and careful and pray boys as well as watch for the good Lord has a powerful band in such things JOHN SHEKMAN is dead This sad intollicenco is shocking to Democrats partisanbroadminded enough to recognize virtue and honesty even when found in an enemy To Sherman we pay the tribute ot our respect and admiration at all times ho was eager to do right and to that disposition more limn another element he owed his downfall He was at variance with the adminis tration on some important matters he opposed imperialism so his finish was planed executed by the powers that be His age was declared his bar to further greatness and with charac teristic ingratitude he was relegated to retirement by man of not half his abil ity How was his death caused Phvsicans will tell you his demise was the result of old age paralysis or a thousand other ills incident to his years but there was a factor more potent than any of these that sapped aspirationsinbroken heart that checked his career his countrys ingratitude to the valiant old warrior who in his days had fought a thousand battles for the Republican pluuedhimend No greater crime ever attached itself to Republican sources than their disgraceful treatment of Senator Sher yethishis closing years lie was forgotten He was shoved out of tho Seuateto make way for Hanna and his death is at traceble mainly to their greed TILE Republican press some months ago was astounded to learn of the large shortages or to bo plain the im mouse robberies ot the Cuban postal authorities Likewise they were equal Iy amazed last week to hear of the alsconding of 700000 by Republican Banker Alvord But on investigation however and in the light of mature re flection these and similar other secre tions of public frauds which might be mentioned loose their incredulous aspect Our government at present is being run on a most extravagant basis money must come from somewhere That simple statement is the solution of tho whole matter and that somewhere is generally the government banks or some such safe institution For example last week on tho occasion of Mr Roosevelts speech in Madison Square Garden the cnoimous sum of 100000 was expended for fireworks which included bombs at300 per capita Now where did that 100000 come from Oh somewhere of coursu To be explicit and truthful that rather indefinite term denotes time pockets ot tho American people We are being robbed in tho lape of now revenue taxes to pay for Republican fireworks brass bands and torch light processions This wholesale theft is going to be con tinned too unless stopped by time ad vent of a New Administration for un der the present one it is liable tosuffer precious little iuterrution The old Robber Barons of the Rhino were far more merciful than these modern polit ical pickpockets for they have no consciences and hearts harder than adamant So down with those thieves and place the peoples money with those you can trust WE have heard much of time glory that was Greece timid time grandeur that was Rometjut neither in their palmiest days surpassed time stability liberality amid general excellence of American constitutional greatness up to a few years ago In all goodworks we stood foremost we were admired for broad tiers of views fair dealing with one another and a closeness and sympathy for the poor and unfortunate nut found elsewhere in a word time masses and classes understood and respected each other thrift and industary were rewarded and merit was accorded to whom merit was due This was time condition of affairs which won us time respect and admiration of the worldat lar o and bid fair to our prospect of eclipsing all national supremacy on rec end But every Eden tins Its serpent into our garden of peace aud plenty crept an insidious worm Certain citizens of unscruplous natures uoihing loath to sacrifice public good for private benefit having gained control of till toins of government are about to institute a new order of things which will jnean death and downfall to America if carried out The lust and greed of these publicservauts is an insidious crankerin our countrys side and they vipers in her breast They are copying historical precedent that has wrecked other nations and are setting sail in a sea whose storms they can not weath er Things have come to the pass where we must sink or swim live or die thu ides of November wilt be either a turning point fpr the better or wjll sound time knell of our doom Timers are wrouga that must be righted the cry of time nation is the trust must go imperialism must bo cut off root and branch and pur colonies given their independence Think of these things cltijserjs and do your duty like men help IQ win ba k tho name and fame Rqntjbjlcanp would Jjavelns JOQSB and putpfd Glory Lack pa I hp h traoto rflg tboiolcl Jin liaet to tfia iatulof 1VfrlllDtb1M fH JIHHfk nir lPl x c be heralded to the world as time symbol of purity and treedom and not as an emblem of oppression PERSONAL Ret J K Sunthis back fwm Llttl Ilpck Mr Fred Griustead wosan Frankfort SundaySMiss Minva Ehelps wits in Cincinnati last week Mr Frank Griffin of Louisville was here Friday Mr Cabel H Cuohault is at French Lick Springs Mr Jason Walker of Chicago was hero last week Dr C S Holton has returned from a short visit to Chicago Walter Taylor of Clark county visit ed relatives hero Sunday JudeeJM Benton of Winchester was in our city Thursday Prof David Chenault was tim guest of relatives here last week Mrs W C Peyton of Lexington Is visiting Mrs Sam E Scctt Mr Robert Crow of Louisville has entered Central University Miss Lena Wagers of Wisemantown visited relatives here last wick Miss Lizzette Dickson of Paris is time guest of Miss Kathrine Blanton Mrs JS Collins and son William returned from Winchester Tuesday Mr Will Dunn of Lexington visited friends here from Friday until Monday Mr aud Mrs John W Turloy visited the latters parents in Winchester last Sidnev Ammerman of Cynthi ana an old C U boy has matriculated again LexingtonisLuxon Supt Hood of time L N was the dayslastMr and Mrs E W Rnjrgare rooming with Mr and Mrs Jo S Joplin in the West End SundaySchiooiday evening Mrs W II Shanks of Stanford is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Tlios E and Davidson of Lancaster were with Miss Bessie Fur ley last week Mr Jesse Alvereon of Stanford an old Richmond lavoritu was here with friends Sunday Miss Susan Bradford of Aberdeen Ohio tfas the charming guest of Miss Mattie Tribble last week Miss Sue Haggard will go to Rich mond this week to make a visit to friends Cynthiana Times Mr Wm Spears Jessamine county a popular C U boy of last years fume visited relatives here last week Snturdayforto visit her sister Mrs J W Grinnan Mrs S W Kellarof Carl isle nee Miss Edna Fottsran old Madison Institute favorite is visiting Mrs Vm Langfon on High street Messrs Milo Shanks J Speed Smith and J Speed Smith Jr have returned from Washington to vote for McKinley and Civil Liberty Mr James T Shackelford Jr has left for Montgomery Ala to resume pleasantisitMrs II M Rogers of Frankfort Ohio and Mrs JM Benton of Win- choster1aro tho guests of Mrs Curran Smith and Mrs G W Evans Sr Mr and Mrs S Neville at home from a northern tour amlhae as their guest Mrs Moberleys sister Mrs J B Haggin of New York MissSarah Stone Walker of Missis sippi who has been time attractive guest of Mrs W W Watts for the past two weeks is now visiting Louisville friendsHon Jno B Chonault of Frankfort was hero Saturday to attend a meetin ol the County Commissioners and appoint precinct officers for the coming Sarah Keene Shackelford entertained tbe Girls Euchre Club Tues day afternoon Miss Louise Jacobs of Colorado Miss Susan Humes guest was the fortunate winner of the hand some prize accompaniedbyseveral months spent with relatives in looklughaleand everybody is solid for Bryan Mrs It B Terrill entertained at dinner Friday evening all her Broadway neighbors Mrs Terrill moves from that locality this week and the affair was in the nature of a farewell party It was thoroughly elegant and much enjoyed and appreciated by the participants The following Eichmondites attend ed the Nat GoodwinMaxime Elliot performance at Lexington Monday MaymeHartMessrs J T Terrill Henry White Jeff Morgan Cyrus Adams R W Stephenson anti L J Wright dnuJhter11lsssummers outing abroad They visited Mr Schlegels family in AlsaacLor mine Iud took in time Paris Exposition and several of the European countries but though they both thoroughly enjoy ed their tour they are glad to again see their Old Kentucky Home Mrs Christopher David Chenault elegantly entertained time Married leo pIes Club end a few stags at CUM Fri day evening The handsome Chenault home was superbly decorated and the affair was a worthy successor of the many brilliant gayities tho house is famous for Delightful refreshments were served and in every respect the event was thoroughly recherche TIme gentlemans prize a silver mountet corkscrew was won by Mr James S Crutclier the ladies a cut glass violet bowl by Mrs T J Smith Jr and the consolation went to Mrs Robert H McCreary The marriage of Mies Mary Frances Poago and D Welburn Rees was sol cinnized at high noon Tuesday at the Christian Church Germantown Elder W W Hall fllllciating Time church was crowded with relatives and friends of the happy couple Miss Liliie Poage was the bridesmaid while Elijah Kirk was time grooms best tuna The ushers were Misses Maudo Reynolds Laura Lloyd anti Mrs Dan Lloyd The groom is an industrious young farmer a son of Mrs Ollie F Rees of Fern Leaf The bride is a daughter of Theodore Poage of Bracken hilt for yells hums made her home with her aunt Mrs Evan Lloyd of Germantown They left for a tri- peastMri Williams and Mrs Lynt of Richmond Ky sister and niece of Col Stoner and Rev Gravitt Bishop of West In have been visiting Mrs R G StonerParis Keutuckiar Citizen RELIGIOUS Rev Jasper K Smith delivered an LoyoSutidaymormming ciative audience Rev Geo W Young Georgetown made an effective address on prohi bition Sundav afternoon from the M E pulpit Mr Young Is still as popular and Jiis talks are as powerful aim asovor A t time Methodist church lasttjabbath Rev furnqr called attention to tho Importance of their protracted meeting to 11th In this work be will be assisted byRev JF Lowry of Little Rock whoso fume as 8118vun jjoHsl is wide spread tQflafilol1e j Will ootipy tlit p44Ifl Q4t 1 I L tL1 Lords day filllnjr the place of the regular minister Rev Wm ROM Lloyd who is holding a protracted meeting at Frankfort Mo Elder Haceruian during his pastorate held a place second to none in the hearts of tiia fold and all are cordially urged to attend and jrive him a hearty welcome MARRIED RArMurxmMr George Ray and Miss Mary Martin of the Caleast neighborhood were united in marriage Oct 21 by Elder A J Tribb1- eNomtnlsYouIvaG uy Norris aged nineteen and Miss Annie Young aged sixteen of the Valley View neigbor hood eloped to Cincinnati and wore married FridayF- AULCOXEKHAIUUS M i BS N an n i e Harris and Mr Joe Faulconer Jr drove over from Lancaster last Wed nesday and were married at the Hotel Glyndon by Rev H N Faulconer n brother of the groom After the core mony they returned to Lancaster where they will reside with Mr and Mrs Joe Faulconer Sr Both parties are wellknown in Garrard social circles- MAHLERJtcoI3SMr J F Mahler and Miss Nellie Jacobs of this city WednesdaylastIs the eldest daughter of Chas Jacobs the wellknown tailor and a young lady of mummy accomplishments Mr Mahler is in the employ of his new father in laW aud an excellent youngmaiif They were accompanied to Lexington bv RudolphSims AIIBOT We take pleasure in chron icling the marriage ot Mr John E Ab bot C U 99 to Miss Josephine Ben der of Christupy Indiana which oc cured last week at the home of the bride Mr Abbot was for many years student here and a young man of most eminent scholastic attainments and model of Christian character At present he is attending the Louis ville Theological Seminary and we predict for him n brilliant future made more promising by reason of his new inspiration- DEATHS SMITH The remains of tho infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Jett Smith of Irvine were brought here for burial and were interred in the Richmond Cemetery Thursday MM Smith is a sister of Mrs W H Baxter of this place GuliyihefifteenMrs B F Gully passed peacefully away last week after some weeks of patient suffering The bereaved family cotmimnunutyimi Republican Rally RoughRidersproceeded to take possession thereof BigHilicivil liberty poured in continuously until the hour of noon when to the ac theyhetookthuslnsm to the old fair grounds un limbering and divfslng themselves of certain unlimited vociferation by the way But strange to say they had not time appearance of weuns kind of pee ple among their ranks were seen faces more dusky than fair in a word the Ethiopian predominated and tho negro was in all his glory Time good colored beother had things coming his way He was allowed to carry the eagle and and the log cabin and to shout himself hoarse when his bosses waved tilt flag at him and said yell boys he would have yelled just the same had he been ordered to shout for Jell Davis and the Southern Confederacy for all the difference he knew When the tiers of seats in the repletitiouCol B J Clay proceeded to introduce to the audience Gen J M Poyntz of this city whose remarks we give In fullFollow Citizens This is a time when patriotic citizens can come to gather and counsel with each other for the good of time country 1 am glad to look into time faces of so many resolute and determined men The time has come when we must look to the future if we will be free performevery way socially and morally a Ken tucky gentleman He is fitted by education moral worth bv courage and all that goes to make up the man to fill the aspiresHe have joinhandsState to her rights political Vo stand for an honest and fair election Time man elected must hold the ofliee I introduce the Hon John W Yerkes the next Governor of Ken tuckyMr Yerkes on taking the platform after complimenting Dr Poyntz and referring to him as a worthygentleman of the old school of Democracy along with such men as Bolivnr Buck oponedhisand extoling Republican virtue he harped continually on the question of a and confined his remarks chiefly to that theme He managed to anyfurtherpolitics it lias not come to our knowl edge He promised if defeated to con gratulate Mr Beck ham and takea back seat and though we are no prophet or son of a prophet yet we have small uptonever wander from his own fireside Some of the uuhappiest people on earth have more money than they know what to do with Ill put a bullet through amy brain if you dont marry me he said You must be a fine marksman she re plied 100 Howard 100 Time readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that is at least liasbeenCureIsmedical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constl CatnrrhCureupon the blood and mucous surfaces of thefoundationthe patient strength by building up the doingmuch faith in its curative powers that they otter One Hundred any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address OSoldHalls Family Tills are the best Eyailii- II n rW THe GReATeST 1tItw1flll 1TnACE ButvTtreat dea easier with this Separator- It does away with ulenlmachllllf7 and Squlrci no power or to run It No farmer vitk two or more cows ass error to t e wUbcwt oe SprlcurnreI uef8 A If4 4w erv- WnhiM W Ed S1 J- 1Q 2 stre h XOUR FALL STOCKS Which we do not hesitate to say is an attractive one is now ready for your inspection Its full of good thingsmore to followand 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 selectedwith a view to please you Comfort Calicoes Some of the prettiest designs the market affordsto be had here at Sets 6 J4cts buys the best quality in town DIP Line o f li Sosigpj Is one of the best to be foundthey are warm wellknit and durable I These Chilly Days I Cor Main First St I WANTEDACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- acter to deliver and collect in Kentucky for old established manufacturing wholesale house f900 a yea sure pay Honesty more than perience required Our reference any bank In any city Enclose selfaddressed stamped en velope Manufacturers Third Floor 331 Dear bornJH Chicago Iii IJseptlm HOW T- OMakeMoney Safely IN WALL STREET Anybody desiring to Invest or speculate can get our Guide to Investors and Speculators as well as our Daily Market Letter free ot charge upon application to George Skaller Co BANKERS BROKERS NO 70 WALL ST NEW YORK STOCKS COTTON WHEAT NOTICE OF SECOND NATIONAL 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 handedan attorney for suit J STONE WALKER 12sept2mPresldeld GOOD TEETH mean health and reputation since with out them the food cannot be chewed properly nnd this means indigestion and dyspepsia Avoid the harmful effect of decaye- dUNSIGHTLY AND NEG LECTED TEETH by having us put you in possession of what you need to go through this world properly Our methods mire perfect our prices special DR IIOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky doortoGovernnemtBidgin fice open all night S uC ReadyS For Inspectiont Calla inspect the handsome and attrac I tive line of Goods forJMens and Boys tJ jSuitmgs SS1S 5- ctlJ c- Lt That has just been re ceived from the East Vii Every garment leaves 1 the shop with a guaran t teeCall and examine my goods before elMwhereS ii fII HS STOUT TTMOR41 c j tfiiiU 1 I f 1 Underskirts Your choice of colorswith deep t flounce and ruffles made of plain 1and mories effects are bargains at I Some Valuable Suggestions for Fall Dress are to be found here Can you do betterSI than 100 allwool camels hair serges Iunderwear IforOWEN MCKEE ol iJQ l 1Isn Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT counT Lucy Ann Karrs Executor Plff against P C Karr c Deft All persons having claims against tho estate notifiedtodersigned on or before the 15th day of Novem ber 1300 orsamc will be barred 8 E SCOTT octlOlnr M O M C C Richniond KentuckyS fflme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon andSi Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky septUMf Ci iRANDDISPLAYS 101 dir BUGGIESJ PHAETONSJCARRIAGESI cia JagGreetWorks Never before since the foundation of these low Works have we displayed such a complete line of vehiclesflSas we now carry in stock A gaurantee goes with every vehicle that leaves the shop A visit to our Works will convince you that the above statements are true suit hay KtuQky rriae V1Qrk9 per JOHN DONELSON Proprietor DURABLEG BEAUTY The Acorn AirTight Heaters is truly a durable beauty We invite the public to call and examine our beautiful line now on display We also carry a complete stock of Mid Ranging in prices from 3 to 30 Dont fail to GutteringMrthe deparimentWe Old Hickory Wagon none better on the market In StovesRoofing TAYLOBROS MAIN ST RICHMOND KY ZQuthI Mtu1 OF LEXINGTON KY j Time Giant Investment Company of time South has just factunprecedeuted rt pi1 living bet efits 133000Total amount and reserve ICOQOO The foil paid up vaine of alt certificates 13000000This is remarkable wimon comnpareti whit thurnsuranco most rehiablo LifeConpanies income proportion to the iOthlowasgrat a premium insurance forceThese in buy homes are specialativantages otrered to those tshao wish to Seller company and both pmuthmasel andare benefited in make your investment transaction Now is tue time to K SMITH 13OWM7N KYggy r 4LHHt4 j j The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT SI IOQO NEW FRESH GOODS 4 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 and other I ingredients for cakes 1We are prepared to furnish anything in the grocery line at Prices to Suit I +4+ +++++ + +I Always call when fresh pure groceries are wanted on EDEATHERAQECO i Headquarters Shipstuff Hay and Oats IRead advertisement of Rice Arnold elsewhere in to days CMSLAX Five room cottage for rent price 110 per mouth Apply to Dit G W EVANS augl5tf Natural product water mill flour groceryI1Natural nroductwhile not as white as patent our is much better for health For sale at R A Baxter on Second street augltf The cxcurson to Estill Springs Thursday was a great success niun coaches being taxed to their utmost capacity Dr G W Evans sold Oi town lots at an average of S170 per lot WANTED Immediately a man with rig to advertise and introduce our goods Straight salary 15 weekly and expenses Send stamp ROYAL CoOr MFG Co 15 Indianapolis Ind 1Dlpt January 1 tho twiceaweek CourierJournal will be one dollar a year You can get it now for 25 cent by renewing your subscription to the CLIMAX Do not delay longer According to some of the latest laws newspaper publishers may cause indi who take a papOr and refuse jviduals it to be arrested for fraud this ruling also any ono who allows his subscription to run along for a time unpaid and then orders it discontinued or orders the postmaster to mark it refused and sends a postal card to the publisher is liable to arrest anti fine the same as for theft and other crimes The season has arrived when strangers claiming to represent fashionable tailor J in establishments in the cities will fcall and offer to make you a suit of J tclothes or a pair of pants at remarkably uru These sallie gentlemen will take your order and send you cheap ready made suits or punts instead of custom made goods Home industry should bq encouraged at all times 1Dont send your money away from when YOU can get better re sults at homo for the same amount I have decided to make a reduction of 10 per cent on all suits and 5 per cent on punts cash on delivery of goods Slit isfaction guaranteed Call anti examine my slIrles awl get prices before going elsev 1eie Respectfully Sf 152ai CHAHLES JACOBS A PAIR OFPSIl I will fill any order for you at tile same price for anything in the jewelry line that you cnn get from any other ploguo Selected from anybodys cata that you malhvo thereby savII I lug you itespectinflyd AUMEH I i Democratic Club at Union cl lion W W Combs on Saturday October 20 organized a Democratic f4 Club at Union City thlscountyotover one hundred members EAI Huguely Iwschosen President Green Nolaud Vice President T1I Wells Secretary J and Dr J M Scudder ASst Secretary Deplored Accident A pitable accident resulting in the i lots of a bright young life occurred last 9Vednesday morning when Lucien 14 year old lion of Mr W i R Lauter of Doylosvlllc was shot and 4 instantly killed by the discharge of a 3 gun in tho hands of his younger brother 4 aged 10 The two boys wero out hunt lug and ill some inexplicable way the reAbowed iu grief at the sal blow and in 4 their sorrow they have the deepest sym pathy of all t 1 Fifth SEE THAT THIS IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE KIM fMld Cuff Heavy double sole extension hand CIJMK to to tied Uler Next Week eleetionllom regular dtiy for going to press wo have decided not to issue journal until ivtOurreturnffrom the greats political battle eveJQueht Lookout for the floxt CLiMAX It will have it all Old Richmond Doys Heard From Messrs win and Leo Hart formerly havebeenhave atCynthiauacharge of that carivanrary TliiL Messrs Hart who ar well remembered here are courteous gentlemen and thtirmana bekcptcellence C Wins on a Forfeit The first footban gan o of the sensor on foreign grounds was played Satur day with State College at Lexington Iu the first half with the score standing 11 to 0 In favor of State College one of foulObiectinthe A M team qpit the game which was promptly forfeited to 0 U by the score of 6 to 0 Wo are sorry the question bestteamrooters accompanied the boys to Lex ington McCreary to Speak at Home It is with much pleasure wo announce that exGovernor McCreary will ad dress tlo people of Madison next Mon courthproud of Gov MqCreary for he has done moro for Richmond than any of itsciti zensbut wo have never greeted him with such feelings of pride as wo shonlddo mxt court day During this campaign his has been thegnidlug spirit his the wiRe directing hand j ho generated the Democrats atFrankfort last winter after fioebels death and to him more than any other umii we will owe the success of our ticket next week spealiIncountyhouldDemocrats with their presence Perkins Withdraws From the Race for Jailer Mr F J Perkins authorizes us to familtime and attention to his canvass and consequently is unwilling to allow Mil name to go before the public lIe de sires to thank his friends for their promises of support Ball assuring tnem that next time he will be in the race to stay for the withdraws candidacyILookout yo Game Low ViolatorstA toward putting a stop to the- violation of the game law in Madison JudjeMiInvestigateandthe court The warden will visit all thoseinson will be punished if they violate the game law this season Masonic Club Rooms ofIlsonicomcesformerlyJr have been rented for the purpose and in tho procens of a few weeks hand somely furnished reading and club rooms will be opened fur the use of members of the Masonic fraternity We are glad to cmiiineiul this spirit of en terprise We are unity becoming more progressive mill uptodate and our city is one we are destined to bo proud of A Card To tile DanoiaU of Madison County My private business demands iny at renderitlmvocounty bnfure the primary election now near at hand I have therefore dc ci ted lo withdraw my name from con sideration for the office of Jailer in that primary and in doing so I wish to thank my friends for their hearty and cordial encouragement and support and to rntefulspoke of me aud the support they so freely gave me And I urge them to stand and work together we may victoryRespectfully Yours PETER W PAEKISH Harry Wards Magnificent Minstrels Tho one big theatrical event of tho season will be the forthcoming r flaw of Harry magnificent tnin Htrels at the Opera which is the greatest company over organized pre senting an excellent program It is a fact that minstrelsy has become an art and every member of this company is an artist and thu names of all the great ones are embraced in the long register which includes such wellknown artists as Harry Ward Mullen Vender Hilly Gorman Casad Bros The Gmat Newton Decker and Rased tho Rag tIELrIfully thirty others of equal merit Tho entire company will be seen on the streets in the finest parade evcrattempt ed by a traveling organization the day and date of tho performance November 5thBeatson sale at Perry Thomas There are few Women who do not know some thing of the Phenomenal Popularity of the SHOE S3 WOMEN rVTHE MAN SH FAD Womens Sboes made on lasts shaped like msns are now tbef faihlonable thine and these is much comfort common sense and service In them They also look uptodato and have lots ofego in them Avenue Taw welt- lowhccL our Always Perfect Fitting J Eri e is aYs L II ci4 4 r p v 1 5 Ph 1 r 3001 Rice Arnold Sde Agents 0 Electies Returns al Court House lfesss Clarence E Woods and Jan complotearrangpmentK IntheInt iti inthemidrellablo tiflockhawawires and then Jos rare lack on our olduruedRepubIitUns Hon Gilbert Here ShelbyvilleDawooratte the Eighth District was in town last Lhuredny eu route to Berca where he Crnrureporter 111decdnation will go for tho right man nnd DrWilliamscounseled harmony and united Bctio heliehehBeckliurnWill Maupin CutaiA cutting affray occurlSl Saturday evening in which Will Maupin re three painful cuts at hand existedand it found an outlet in Owen Walkers restaurant on the occasion mentioned autlfollthebackDr Gibson is attending the wounded painfullionnlappearnncebe tried Our Every Day Prices libcan Royal Baking Powder 40c 23elOcArm Hammer soda 4o package pkUneednpoulld21b 3e5cpound20cPearline 4e package OatsCarBLUE GRASS GHOCEUY CobOpen Session of the C W B Tho ladies of nthe W nM gave a theChristianwhich was profitable Indeed to the large audience present Miss Ann Uejarnette talltsbyEndenorand instructive program This work Is one of the noblest In our Christian corn munity and its results especially in financial lines are astounding The re ports for the past year were enconrag characteristicone for the new year now at hand Sunday School Thief thoivesThis Twhentapped the till of Mr Dan Uidd ells confectionery to the tune of 250 but with charitable forethough torcboro to lay his unholy hands upon some Sun day ed riglsterjSundaySchoolaware of the fact Though some of us fear not the devil we yet are loath to tamper with any offering or attributes of divinity The conscience of the thief was right on one score and wrong on another We fear his general pUn ciples aresomewhat shy Resolutions of Respect AlmlAhtyGod brother1lingothe city of Mt Steriug on October 8th woo Beit CbrsNhisfriends our sincere sympathy and con Mbereavementllesolctd That these resolutions be EIodtethe deceased JJW L LEEDS Resurrected From the DeadRSome weeks ago time tragic death of Romulus Million at the hands of his mistress one Nannie Bennett who then dramatically turned her smoking weapon upon herself with fatal effect was chronicled in these columns We even went so far we believe as to draw apathetic picture of a burial of the twain III others arms It is evident in the light of later events that our im agination got the best of fact and we have now to resurrect the dusky damsel from her grave untwined her from the clenched arms of her lover tend admit that she is about the livevt dead woman of our acquaintance Unbeknown to us she recovered from her wound re nturdaylastto show lust cause wherefore she should not be prosecuted for the murder It was decided that she bo held over to the December Circuit Court in the sum of sSigma Nus Banquets Mr Woods Mr Clarence E Woods was ths guest of honor at a swell dinner Monday evening tendered him by the and alumni members ol Zeta chapter of Sigma Nu In honor of his recent reelec tion to time position of Grand Recorder of that order The alfnir occurred at nine oclock in the parlor of Rich monds Delmonico Monsieur Giun chigliani and all the delicacies of the season were furnished by that popular caterer At the conclusion of time con sumption of Joos culinary trinmnhs time following toasts were deI eredIToastmaster Thoa II Pickets Fifteen Years In Harness Clarence IL Woods Our AlnmnlLeslie P Evans Phi Delta ThetLL B Herrfngton Messages From Our FrlendsA A Talbot Delta Kappa EpsllonJjlmes Tribble eniim The Ladles Thomi3 II Pickets It was very pleasant occasion and thoroughly enjoyed by the interfrater nity gathering present itRcltmond Cecillan Club The Ceciliau Club held its regular meeting with Mrs W S Oldham on Wednesday afternoon There was a full attendance an unusually enjoyable rigrawas altogether most profitable After thb transaction of tho regular order of business the following program was given EL CAPITA v The artist ought not to ignore the culture and taste ot his own time OrIThe Story or the Opera Mrs T J Smith Oiertnrc Four Hands Miss Lettitla Crowe Mrs Oldham Orchestral Conductors Mrs McCIIntoct PSoloFrom Act IhMnCharacteristics of Sousas March Mrr Neal Bennett Vocal Duet Act IIMts Katie Smith Mrs rickets SonsaMaaand Musician Miss Rut Crowe V Selection trom Act IIL Miss Baldwin Final Chorus Plano Mrs Akers The club ban been requested tofecl time public pulse anti assist in arranging for n series of firstclass public concerts for the coming winter The ideals to raise a guarantee Lund by popular sub scription Al subscribers becoming ticket holders If time community will afcuist in tlila matter and subscrSUa getf woaJy good artlatiiJ1t itrt Ms Othfltoraerc tM Archio Hill Honored Mr Archibald A lIllia well emberedm 0 U student of the class of 94 has been selected by Mr John Jr to take charge ofa settlement building ho is erect g in New York at a cost of 100000 bpeeenthis character He was the founder ol Rhelmsuccess and a year and a half ago went to New York to engage In settlement work there in response to a very fine offer Such remarkable fitness did he demonstrate for the place and for the system that he attracted the attention of Mr Rockefeller who has place him at the head of thrt of the p stosedMr Hills many friends here heartily congratulated him on his ndvnnceniPnt and the deserved recognition of his merit Pylhlans Meet The State Grand Lodge cf thf Knights of Pythias assembled in Winchester on- ucsday of last week and for time three days Winchester homes and earts were opened to tIme boys and was too good for them he Winchester inidd ituringulillolllllblelo Grand ti fimeMartin Yewell Owensboro Grand Chancellor wn Louisville Grand Vice Chancellor Jouett Henry Hopkinsville Grand P screlateWade SheRmAn Louisville Grand Keeper of Records aud Seals Jule Plummer Newport Grand- Master of Exchmcquerho G thrandWin F fchuerman Carrollton G aJohnG uardgiPeInCovered with honors and amid the ch sheersfriends Hon John W Kellar of New York City made last week atriumphal d foaySeventeen years ago heleft Kentucky a tu tonea e foplaceearly certain unless all signs fall toe the next Democratic nominee for Mavor of Now York So it may le easily imagined what were lila leelinga to return to the land and friends of his youth crowned with the lauiels of earned distinction aud proven worm And a glorious ovation was tendered him everywhere ho spoke ho was e e smncoredshoulder he delivered his opinions and pure Democracy was his theme We regret very much that he was not assigned to Richmond for an address hn has relatives and many friends and admirers hero who would have given him a royal welcome His tourthrough ti cumefruit so heres hats off to Kellar NOTICE The sale of the landof aylor Rice decdset forI uesday October 16 J 900 is postponed This sale will occur in Decemberti Z T RICE Admr octlOlm Richmond Branch of the Lex ington Investment CoSy If you want to invest your money in something safe see L P TODD Mgr LexiugtonInvEstment of those that received dividends the 25th of October ItlCHMOXD KYthAmt Amt lald Recd MrsElizabeth Winos S 7 00 21 00 15 Hamilton 4 00 12 00 teve Shanks ii0 3 elson Ross 1 SO U Jinkens ISO 5 40 Enoch Gray 3 00 9 00 Miss Anna E Frazco 4 00 12 00 Henry Carlisle 1 20 3 60 Henry Carlisle 50 1 50 W Warford 10 3 60 ena It Stivers 4 00 12 00 Bessie 11 Coylo 4 00 1200 E Greenleaf 7 00 HI 00 ritla May Lloyd 1 60 4 SO B M Lackey 3 00 900I aulina Warford 60 D McColIuui CO 1 W A Blontit 1 50 7 Charlie Kellar 50 50 Elinor Blount 1 50 4 50 W R Oaks 150 4 50 F SrodStoueU W Colyer 2 00 0 CO J O 400 1200 John F Wagers 2 00 6 00 C D Miller SO 2 40 John W Ballard 4 00 12 00 Mats Cohen S 00 2400 Joe Giunchigliani 2 00 II 00 Mary K Shackelford 2 00 0 00 NannioPartello 40 120 Emma Bush 40 1 20 Thos II Collins 2 00 00 Clyde Hart 2 00 0 00 Mme Hamilton 80 2 40 TSWBoltonNancyMassie 1 00 3 00 te 2 00 0 00 J U Sims 80 2 40 Mattic Gall woy 80 2 40 Bettic Jarmau 1 4 SO RobtJarman l 4 SO Elmer DeatheraRO 150 4 50 Charles Soper 30 00 Perry Rose SO 00 Tocla Brooks 1 50 4 50- Lucle M Crowo 3u JO Mrs Wm Crowo 1 80 Elizabeth Crowe 80 JO Belle Steward 1 60 4 i 0 Mary J Ccly 1 50 4 50 H H Coler 2 00 GOO John W Repeal 2 CO GOO Z T Rice 4 00 12 00 rntNCETON ILL L L McCofferty 1400 42 00 ST LOUIS JIO E R Norris 3 50 10 50 LAXCASTEII KY LJ Logan 2 50 750 J R Haseldcn 1 00 3 00 Bettle W Smith 2 50 7 50 Cvrus Easo 1 00 3 00 Sarah White 2 00 GOO J B Conn 30 00 UNION CITY KY Salllo A Harbor 2 00 6 00 MAKTlSSVIIjLE 1XD Mollie Hughes 1 SO SILVEB CBEKK KY Walter STe vis i 30 Buell levis 30 00 MyraTevis 1 W f Tovls 30 WHITEHALL KY J J Hackett 1 60 4 50 T ll Hackett 1 80 CATLETTLUUEO KY Ella Climfelter 400 13 50 Williamson Co 9 00 27 00 LEVIXCJTOJf KY W P Pnrrlsh 4 50 13 FHAXKFOIST KY Ann Nicoll 4 50 le 50 Erto Tar Easy toOperrate Because purely vegetable yet thor ough prompt hcaltWal satisfactory Hoods Pills II your stomach is weak it JlhouH hav Hoods curellldYlpapsia France spends 20000000 a year on timber lllyvaluable fluthQ tlTtt oJSneeze And Slow That IB what you must do when you have catarrh in the head The way to- reDcu this disease is to purity the blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla This modi sllrfacescures catarrh ly expelling uponoods Time n onirritatinR cathartic Hood Pills When a butcher plays poker hfprobaly plays for grub stakes orlifeed Hcrbinn will revisorato a weak omach and so improve digestion as hpa1thPriceTime for reflection from a woman airrorGood News for our Readers Who have scrofula taints in their blood arid who has not Scrofula in all lip forms is cured by Hoods Snrsapanlln which thoroughly purifies tho apPlaninis most likely to affect the glands of n ck which become enlargederuptionp alipear on the head and face anti the eyes are frequently affected Upon its rst appearance perhaps in slight eruptions or pimples scrofula should be entirely eradicated from time system by a thorough course of Hoods Saran parilla to prevent all the painful anti sickening consequences of running rofula sores which drain the system sap the strength and make existence utterly wretched octlO 1m thinghotterey try Dizziness loss of appltite flatulency d nausea are all connected with dys- psin or indigestion Herblno will ve prompt relief Price 50 cents rry Thomas ocl3lm Two hundred thousand seagulls are ot every year around tho crass of Britain Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is now r sale by druggist octlOlm The SpinterI firul it good policy look omit for No1 Thft myfourth fJf Thli signature Is on every box of tho genuine Laxative BromOQuinine Tablets tho remedy that curs n cold in ono dOT Sometimes its the man with the aliist foots the largest bills Couldnt Translate it We received letter recently we wore unable to read V o failed to deter mine the nationality of tho writer The onlv words we wore able to make out were Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin res Indigestion Sold by drug gist octlOlm The Chronic Bachelor rises to remark that marriage like caviare is an ac quired taste The most stubborn rases of Bronchitis puncurali to Coufsens Honey of Tar Price 25 find 50 cents Perry and Thomas octSlm GuzzlerI found myself in a rather ght place this morning Mrs Gui IorYesj I saw you coming out of a Fa on- To First Voters You are young men castingyour first ballot We congratulate you V calM your attention to Dr Cnld wells rup Pepsin for constipation indigos tlonsick headache and stomach trouble At druggists octlOlm When a fellow has m ney to burn the mother of marriageable daughters is ready to supply him with a match For all fresh cuts or wounds in either e human subject or in animals as a dressing llal lards Snow Liniment is excellent while for sores on working horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating its healing qualities are nnequaled Price 25 and SOds Perry 4 Thomas oCt3lm The musical conductor theatrical troupe is always the leading man NKOOA ILL Oct 14 roo PEPSIN SYKUI Co Monticello 11- 1Gentlomon I feel it my duty to expreFs to yon my gratitude for what your wonderful remedy has done for me I was completely run down with aermimi plicatioii of stomach disorders For ten months I could not work arid was treated by three eminent physicians One insisted upon operating on me de claring nothing short of an operation for appendicitis would cure me A friend induced me to try Dr Caldwells yrimit Pepsin anti from the first dose I began to improve and have not hail any trouble since I have gained IUll11l in weight and am enjoying tho very hest of health I never fail to say a good word for Dr CaldwellV Syrup Pepsin for I know what it has done for me it will Jo fnr other Gratefully yonrs- CHAICLES UCBUY 101d by druggist octlOlm Tl o woman who fishes for compli ments shouldnt cnst slurs O OURS A COLD IN ONfi DAY ake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the if it ails to euro E W Groves signature- si on each box 25 cents Ring down time curtain on the Phil lies CUKES BLOOD AND SKIN TROUBLES Trial Treatment Free Is vour blood pure Are you wire ti bo cuts or scratches heal slowly Do your skin itch or burn Have you pimples eruptions Aching bones or back EczamnV Old sores Boils Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are you pale Then BBIBotanic Blood Balm will purify your blood heal every sore and give a clear Biiioothhealthy skin Deepseated cases likn ulcers cancer eating sores painful swellinss blood poison are quickly jjured by Botanic Blood Balm Cures when nil ehe falls Thoroughly tested for SO ypars Drug stores SI per large bottle Trial treatment free by writing BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble free medical advice given Over 3000 voluntary testiilion isis of cures by BB B 1 Tommy at theminstrels Popwhy do they call em end men Tommys Pop savagely Because they must see their finish- fliouSanls of tho most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by Tablnrs Buckeye Pile Oint ment It never fails to euro Price cenbHn bottles tubes 75cts Parry Thomas ocl3lm Blobbs Your wife seems to think a lot of her sofa cushionB Slobbs Yes j Im not III it there Tetter SatKbeutn and Eczema Tho intense itching and smarting inci iustantlnll8yedbyMany very nses have been permanently cure l by it J t Is equally efficient for itching piles and n favorite remedy for sore nipples i chapped hands chUblainr front bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cte P3r box Dr Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier anil vermifuge They are not food but medicine aad the best in use to a horse in prime condition Price 23 eats per package No Maude dear when a person wishes to take lessons on tho cornet it isnt necessarY to engage a private tutor tpi Vw QWr 9iVona oS tin Xnxstlva JlrcuraQIIphI9 Jrallei II n o lf rrlatl l o J I I 1 1 C + + + ++ + D- G 3 NlyfA jO j rU jcn rT1 j Q tQ a 0r L+ + + + + + dJI THl MAGNITUDf OF TIlE idNr PURCHASES IN FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE AT THE n H r SURPASSES ALL PREVIOUS EFFORT S OF THEIR BUYERS For the past three or four weeks the transfer wagons have been daily unloading wagon load after wagon load of boxes bales and crates of goods The sidewalks have been so crowded as to almost impede progress Never in the history of this city was there such a tremendous stock of Seasonable Merchandise opened up by our Dry Goods Clothing Boot and Shoe Emporium THE BUYERS FOR THE GREAT CORPORATION TheBusy Bee Cash Store COo9 Are men of long and tried experience and their efforts to make this season The Banner Season in all departments will be fully realized ALL PAST EFFORTS ENTIRELY LOST SIGHT OF OUR ENTIRE BUILDING FROM CELLAR TO GARRETT IS LOADED AND PACKED WITH GOOD THINGS 7i I WestolnMarketsCOLD CASH to blank down for any and all bills purchased we otTer our customers the cream of the market at Low Cash prices never before offered COLD CASH done tho work for us it will do it for von Bring along your money and get our hardearneddollar prices for our motto is Uuderby Undersell Cash WE ARE SHOWING all the new weaves in our Dress Goods Department Ye nctinn Cloths Broadcloths Armures Granitn Cloths Herringbone Clieviots Stoat ksklns PlaIdbacksbuy your entire dress from us for the price of a single skirt in many other houses We invite you to take a look through our Dress Goods Department Polite Salesladies will wait ou you WE ARE SHOWING the largest assortment of Outing Cloths and Fleeced Back Wrapper Goods ever shown in this city We offer good choice patterns in Outing Cloth at 5c per yd Best quality from GM to 8f3 GET ofDomesticsbetter anybody OUR GOODS areSOLU CashJowmmIN DEPARTMENT- we good Curtbring attimemakes 6andThe Nobbiest Most StylishAnd best fitting Suits are to in our Clothing Department never did the good buyClothing fi boyfrom248 We are selling Scotch Cassimere Suits for men for i9S that cant duplicate for less than 850 they as good as tailormade garments we are showinrtcfull assortment of patterns in this line Our 125 150 198 248 348 and 498 Suits for Boys the talk of the town Our Youths Suits in qualities and nobby styles from 450 to 1000 are And for elegance in style our BoysYouthssame style and quality All the new Raglans and uptodate styles are found in our Overcoat stock will pay you to investigate pur Clothing stock before purchasing YOU CAN SPEND m Half a day looking at onr pretty Wraps Jackets Kag lane failormail Suits Walking Skirts Tailormade Skirts and ReadytoWear Garments anti then not see iy then nil Wo have never in the history of our business iJ career shown such an assortment of these goods The latest styles the best fitting garments tho lowest j3 prices are all to be had in this department Our line of Children anti Misses Capes and rackets are the prettiest fe in time city Get our prices see the new styles get posted see our Cloaks before you ij gDruccets havontIroom We still have Clover Leaf Towels at lOc Genuine Buttermilk Soap at Sc Jlonri Heavy Seamless Sox at 5c Boys Ribbed Hose to 0 nt Sc Mons Silk Embroidered Suspenders at lOc The Best Mens Black Sox at lOc Time Best Ladles Black hose l0m We Hayo a Limited Lot of Heavy Gray Bed Blankets at 6V See our Mens Corduroy Pants price 175 they are worth 2 50 We Boys Corduroy Knee Pants at 49c per Pants extra quality at per pair Wo aro showing time best line of Ladies Kid Gloves in the city We guarantee our USe per pair Ladies Kid Gloves Pins le per paper a Hair Pins leper box Lead Pencils le enchyTube filled with Colored PIns 5c Pearl Buttons good quality 3c dozen Shoe LIICRR 5c bunch Hat Pins Ic each Jeweled Hat Pins 5c each t New styles in Ladles Garters Mens JurIsts trout lOc up I New line Tortoise Shell Hair Pins Puff Combs Baud Combs Buck Combs Pitney Ornaments OUR PRICES on all lines of Domestics We can save you ofC assortment tuna We soil good Calico at salesmen get our prices and compare with dihers for CASH oxrY YouC to all 6 OUR SHOE are making prices on Custommade Boots and ti best in Shoes and Boots the low prices we aro naming on them causes exclamations of mupris mill i the be had allwool fit Knee are nice beauties and fit It very buy 104 Rave 148 lots anti In Our Department You will find anything you want to keep you warm nhtl comfortable during tIme cold winter months We are showing a largo n3sortment of Mens Ladies and Chil drens line Underwear in 2 piece and Union Suits Our low and molinin priced lines aro very strong for this season Wo soil Mens Ribbed Fleeced Lined Under wear in Vests mind Pants at 2Ic Childrens Ribbed Vests Fleeced Lined at lOc each Ladies Ribbed Pants antI I Ladles BoysoxtraheavyOuting Skirts extra heavy pretty patterns 2oc c Ladles Allwool Skirts 40inch long for 40c worth i51 E VALUES IN NOTIONS pairnllslzesBoys VCAll heavyweight Underwear Wu FrontRihbon I 6O0CnrseLcxcept Pe93ttol99 they tire Linon instead of Wo sell good Corsets for 25c The best Coiset for 49c in lime city JiiRtVeceSved a new lot ladies new style Linen Ladies Patent Leather WinlerIieILadies Embroidered hOciioy IAllBest Spool Cotton 4 npool Lace Curtains from 39i pair up Kid Curlers Cc bunch Good Canton Flannel 5c yd I ydWimitoMeus and Boys Work Shirts 25u 1 Vo QslockCaps You can buy nobby Caps warm Cups modCapcost you elsewhere GEl OUR PRICKS Remember our motto Unclerby Undersell Cash down when goods ate delivered buSelsgreat opportunities we are thingsWeit W D OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AN GEORGETOWN 44I J r Ctd cW trJ 1 tT1 tr1 m IJr r44 r i J r iicc J li 0 j L r I Smud9ed PrinT t r i TT f r OUR V L DOUGLAS FALL JTESWINTER I ARE HERE DONT BUY UNTIL YOU SEE THEIVI t ee us W ft TO OQT EI- fTJHe RmWOODOlfbE MFGCo rCI CIrAT1 0 l 4 4 4I if fU1 tt trI U r zQ tI1 ttr FREEMAN BROS Main St opp Court House fD1 QJ Wjg G1 EXPRESS D DIRECT FROH DISTILLERY TO CONSUMERS ALL CHARGES IkC AID i feerittre ri1e7 Hat satisfactory nfurn IhtiK at urtxtiut and w Will refund rlfis for each gallon for ordc oi rr BSS THAN TWO gallons Yr r Old Increase U cs JoweaS H err K In w cls tujhelow g32- SsiectldUeiUtc p r j 275 UO Slock 4bo All rnnta rr iae fi 711w PIed b1rS WU4 tw mart or orands to UZdic- 42o4a SInollh qnu CAdVc we repc 3TT CO1TATTyTJlitlUers tie et Issils COVlsOroN nzruciv U S A yrnr f 11111 Arts vlo ij Mont Mei BpTOrctrW li and Wro mnrt fl ted tsr EACH M TVIRf GALION 04 for G11003 wlU i1Ipped by IluGUT- I slid 1wrfcd ATAMVJlIIU pKkM Msffii Jlst IIoak1IIh DIot1DtlIi1T Dept r L aJI Exp Ooa MUIIip1 OTh 13iuneCm PITTSBURG CENTRAL STOCK YARDS EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest DistributingrPoint East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern marketsGood buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATBHORSB EVERY D SALES YIJLLLUL TMflT ODONNELL General Mgr 0 AGENCY FOR THE AJIEFAWOVEtIWfflE FIELD fENCE tlccr lirT1 Btron g wIres heavily gal 10 Ability provide for expansion rort ri lm Only ifcst ncswjnier 11 Itf vi mirl always of uaUorsi wri n tyc go lOng nooS411n tc irv r4 rain aflus jt o iv ft ii not- ratihiv t int DOliS JcciiiUy TITC- X1CATTLE i I+HORSES EEI HOGS IGS 4 Z rtI1 Six EVERY ROD Of AMERICAN FEMCu GUARANTEED ferj jHE MANUFACTURERS CALL AND SEE IT On dip yea kew it cviL save you money and fence your firMs so they wit STAY FENCED NftA t Vfty tm have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes S m will sell cheap FOR CASH We are agents for the Kentucky Drill the best on earht ii N iJLiIwi MPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY L 7I ifwIe 71 71 71 F n rlesL carcy s Dr inage Tile Y Manufactured of celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centennial Exhibition i876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Drainage Is a Permanent Improveaeit InsldeDiimeltr Price per 1000 Price of Branches Approz Wellthtof otTiM feet each Tile ted I lii lv1Octs IIlbs I s 150010 t b J 60 oll23UOr- 7f4VVVVL4i6S OOJO 60 88 10 13 125 60t sD342 Price list F0S Cars at Factories He whqcauses a blade of giasftb grow wherenonegrew before A cto t A well drained farnIwill cause youjtobe remembered mpro favorably than ask scraping m l e shaft j Only well lrainc d laud rOdt1CCS the 1agest ind bo crops Anil the best fnvestmcn pas3ibl Ftctor3 tttSlMQY ffLOj I rIQTcojpjcjCoT1NTY Ry 4 tiif frt c f Cfl J rf I + 1L LII jtAtministration in Porto Rico and the Philippines Our prior acquisitions were of adjacent territory n Bion of the area of constitutional government and the creation of ndwtgtates oi the Union Wo inado habitants citizens our people settles them we eslabllshcd the jstitu tions of freedom For the first time w our history it is now proposed that the President and Congress shulLrnle vast territories and millions of anert ontsldo our constitutionU system Officials sworn to support the Oonatitutiou and deriving their powers therefrom have acquired colonies and assumed arbitrary authority to govern their In habitants without consent and to tax them without representation This policy offers to the people of Porto Rico and the Philippines no hope oj Independence no prospect of Ameri can citizenship no representation in the Congress which taxes them This is the government of men by arbitrary power this is Imperialism We believe that it is thefirst duty of the American people Jo stamp their disapproval doctrines so hostile to liberty and to constitu tional government v If they are to re main free andtheir government is to continue representativejtholr servants must not have or exercise any but constitutional powers Between the claim of freedom that men are entitled to equal political rights and the dogma of tyranny that might makes right there is no middle ground We have not prior to this year supported the candidacy of Mr Bryan Ve do not now concur In certain of his views on minor issues Yet his position on the supreme issue of the pres ent campaign is anti his ad vocacy of it has been so able and cour ageous that We now favor his election as the most effective way of showing disapproval of Mr McKinleya course Without claiming any special political influence we unite for what our Cx ample may be worth to our fellowciti zens In this statement of proposed action IriHhe presen e oIa greater dan gor than we have encountered since the Pilgrims landed at Plymouththe danger that we are to from a republicfounded on tho DeclarnI tion of Independence guided councils of Vzishiiugton into a vulgar commonplace empire founded on physical force Wo Invite the cooperation of all independent voters to avert this great and impending danger- George B Boutwell Boston exGov ernor and Secretary of tho Treasurv Charles Gordon Ames Boston Melville n Anderson Leland Stanford University Francis Fisher Browne Chicago Editor of The Dial John Beatty Ohio General in Civil War and ex Congressman William Birney Wash ington DC D F Bremor Chicago Albert S Cook Yale University D H Chamberlain Massachusetts exGov ernor of South Carolina Charles tt Codman Massachusetts Henry IJ Cabot Boston Starr Willard Cutting University of Chicago Noah K Davis University Virginia John Dowoy University of Chicago Dana Estes Boston Louis It Elirich Colorado Josoph S Fowler Washington D C exUnited States Senator Edwin L Godkin Now York former editor The Nation andN Y Evening Post William Lloyd Garrison Boston Jud SOil Harmon Cincinnati exAttprney General U S F D Huutinglon Syracuse Bishop of P E church Thomas Wentworth HijrginsonBoston William Gardner Hale University of Chicago George Lincoln Hendrickson University of Chicago Henry IT Johnson exCongrussinan Indiana Edward Helton James Seattle Wash ington William K Lord Portland Oregon Louis R Larson Minneapolis exJuJge John V LeMoyne exCon gressman Charles F Lummis Los Angeles editor Land of Sunshine Joseph Lee Boston George Gluyas Mercer Pennsylvania Thomas A Morgan Chicago exJudge Edwin D Mead Boston editor New England Magazine Charles Eliot Norton Har yard University Henry Loomis Nelson New York Warren Olney San Francisco William Morton Payne Chicago Franklin Pierce Now York City Arrhur Latham Perry Williams College H A Rnttennann Cincinnati U M Rose Little Rock Rufus ll Smith Cincinnati udge Superior Court Edward M Shepard New York City Moorfield Boston exPresident American Bar Association Edwin Bur ritt Smith Chicago Albert H Tolman University of Chicago Edwin F Ulil Grand Rapids exAmbassador to Ger many John J Valentine President Wells Fargo Express Company Will fain Vocko Chicago OE S Wood Portland Oregon Lewis Wallace Jr Indianapolis Charles B Wilby Cin cinnati George 1 Wellington uSSenator Maryland Herbert Welsh Philadelphia editor City and State John DeWitt Warner New York City exCongrersman SillIIund Z ifclChicago Charles Zueblin University of Chicago MOTE Our new pike at this place will soon le completed Mr and Mrs Sam Alcorn yisited in Rockcastlo county last week Mr D E Ellison is contemplating moving his family toBrassQeld Mr Louis Johnson of Berea wasin this and neighboring towns last week on busjncss Mr and Mrs Jennie Wells of Krass field were guest of Mr and Mrs D E Ellison last week Mr and Mrs Grant Banks were guests of Mr and Mrs Will Burnsof Kingston last week Hon W B Smith of Richmond was here last week inspecting lands which ho is contemplating purchasing Mr Leonard Malicoat who has had employment in Ohio has returned to tile home of his parents at this place Dry weather continues springs and neYeribe driven quite a distance for water L = I ZI 6UTTQHY Is more common Uujn we may think if we define gluttony as eating beyond the beyondtheassimilation of food That is a fair gluttonthe term as an Insult The fact of this consequencesTheeased The popular term for the condi tion isttweak stomach The weak stomach fails in furnishing adequate nu trition or the body end soon the weakness spreads from the stomach to other organs DE PiercesGolden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It enables the perfect assimilation of food by which alone the health and strength o the body is maintained Your tardidnc helped in co much that I cannot praise Jt Joo Iii2hlyAvritc Mrs C rBrooks ofPoland Arid Co Tie rThe first doee I took me 1 cannot forget weuffeTingeverjtiangthat it seemed as though it must hurst My husband said he was coins the doctor but I said if he would get me n tiotUe pf the wouldithttIkayo not hunt a touch of indfiestSon or stomach trouble iince i had been tick for f6ur yean Sompeople theyjtertny e can re- q5htnt as r no film I Met 119td z IIppthtpg torso 1esV v 1elkt E lbUiousu f 4VwIL c a fROOSRYELT WOULD LEAD ARMED FORCE TO PREVENT BRYANAUGU r13bN Curing tiaiiVpaignof 1800 so represent livphIader of the beSt Eagtero sotfii ntas Theodore Boose volt publicly avowed his readiness to lead an arnica force to Washington to prevent the inauguration of Mr Bryan should he bo elected Neither at the timo nor since has this utterance been rebuked by his party or by rallY considerable section 01 thu prcrsln the East On tlio cOn- trary Cot Roosevelt Juts since been elected gjovernoV of his StatoPaul Tyner nTTljfr Arena NovemberDecem ber 1803 HANNAS COUNTY FOR BRYAN REPUBLICANS ACKNOWLEDGE DIG GAINS FOR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE The Chicago Record Indprints tire following prom reliable Republican sources wordcomes that Cuyahogii Lucas counties are sure to give big majorities to Bryan and the aggregate Demo cratic gains in those counties will have the effect of seriously reducing the usually big Republican plurnlitiea byIcounties will aggregate 9000 majority for Bryan And they attribute the slump for McKinley tp the closing down of many mills that have been sold to the trusts since 1SUO in spite of the promises of the bosses that votes for Bryan would mean bard limes for the mill owners aud smaller wages for the employes Tho working people voted for McKinley and Hobart be cause they thought Republican success meant steady work and better wages tor them Then the big steel and iron companies sold out to the trust and the shops began to close down for re pairsVLVIn thleneill thOodof Toledo and Cleveland importcd trust managers be gan to build barbed wire trochas and stockades around the mills and since McKinley election instead of perma nent wflrk and bigger earnings for the men wages hajvp fallen off and but eighteen months of steady work have rewarded the employes who voted the Republican ticket at their bosses bidding The result politically became ap parent in the gubernatorial election when not a Republican candidate in Cuahogaconuty v c Golden RuleJonusf sa1il to supreme in that portion of the State Hi r cam paign tQr Bryan is reported as mcjst disastrious for McKinley and throne are conservative Democrats who now insist that Republican losses intligXsec lion will be almost great cnQ put tho Stdto in the doubtful column There can bo 110 doubt fht 1cDemo craticgains in Ohio wilMje I greatand conservative Republicans admit that 25000 majority is the best of their hopes this year Unite Men Fall Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousnes J headache and tired listless rundown fOelingBt1ttlereff no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind Hesays Electric Bit tens are just tho thing for a man when he is nIl run down and dont care whether ho lives or dies It didmore to give me new strength and good appetite than anything I could take I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas1 Drug Store Every bottle uarnntcod 3 THETWENTIETH CENTURY MAGAZINE A now century brings now conditions and new methods of meeting them Fifty years ago the average American was content to get the news once a week Now he demands it twice a day with relays hourly when things are happening iu Africa and China rIin Curtis Publishing Company becdcmanus its newspaper twice a day would want a popular literary maga uljusteditselfganged the demand of the twentieth century And that demand it felt would ho fora magazine of the best quality that nionoy and brains could make sold at as low a price as modern produceitTo improve tho quality and at the publictioncirculation and tho best machinery that human ingenuity can devise The first has been achieved for The Satur day Evening lost has a weekly circu lation of a quarter of a million and now subscriptions are coming in at the of a thousand a day Again its rateI new presses have just been its new eightstory building which to niiiDi with its old facilities give it the largest and mot complete peridical plant in tire world This addition to the equipment ot The Curtis with the auxiliary machinery specially designed for Tho Evening Post the whole involving an outlay of half a million wilt enable ii to lessen the mechanical cost of the magazine rind to print the edition of 500000 weekly toward winch it Is rapidly growing And this cheapening of cost permitthaprice which under old conditions they were able tp put ont only nfa special and limited otrera years toili isciiptlon to The Saturday T3vehfng Post fiftytwo numbers inclu the regular monthly double numbers and the special holidaY iSUCr for me dollar Urd Itot Irum Tile Gun Was the ball that hitG BrSteadnian of NowarkMichitl the CivifWar It caused horrible TIcors that no treat ment helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salvo cnred him Cures Cuts Bruises Burnt Boils Felons Corns Skia Eruptions nest Pile cure on earth 5i5 cts a box Cure guaran wed Sold by Perry ThuiiiaaDrug cists r 3 In Chicago last Wednesday night Mark Jlainm got up OflihiS hind lues Bud howled at what he described as MrJJryhnsdeinogoguery when he at tempts to array pmploycr againstenP lnh6r iguiiust tnl The sum respectIaa I want you who labor to understand that when you work givethe man who employs you full recompense for what ho for it you not he would tlotemplo you They the em ployers who try to control their em ployes votes on the thetfry that a man works for another man ought jobIfOUrcjtirenshit1lIsyou reseill this damnnbie insult coer don Unit is becomfng to common in American Us there anything wrongitbout that Isnt it true that when tho employers attempt to imfluenco the totes of their ttlwtersaro iidentical with the reservation that the capitalists nri to lio tjiesole arbiters ol what 1fi iiast focilbptU iirt that triteift Wlhh jp I YnttJ0r VV 0 14 i 1 BEST WHEN FREE 4 +4V 1ntho dictionary of monarghy there for words colonies lle peadehcies stlbjebtsconque1lS Monarchies may indulge longafineu coverninentu They may impose upon a remote and alien people This is imperialism But in the dictionary of Democracy there 14110 place for these words Democracy must belipve that the best government at any cn time for any givefi people is that government to which they themselves can attain the poorest government ever achieved by a people among themselves by tbemselvesand for themselves is better for them than tIre best government ever invented from wlthontfor tyranny is tyranny however benignant Jlev Jenkins Lloyd Jones What a love feast that was at Etui nonce Did you notice that it was none other than Bill Moody who introduced South Trimblethat Joins A Jleh was also there lending eloquence anti jollity to the occasioned that there was noth lug doing but harmony antI good fel lowship Having had their little quar rel inside the party lines and having madeit up gracefully and in good time the boys of the famous old Ashland dis trict are marching foward with united front to victory Thats the way to do It Louisville Timer I place the philosophy ot Franklin against tire sordid doctrine of those who would put a price upon the head of an American soldier and justify a war of conquest upon the ground tat it will pay The Democratic party is in favor of the expansion of trade It would extend our trade by every legitimate and peaceful mesas but it is not will ing to make merchandise of human bloodW J Bryan The Boston Herald on Monday told the story of Mr Rufus Kendricks inr cessaut war of extermination of the English sparrows It is pitiful to see an old man with one loot in the grave and the other shaking on the brink spending his few remaining days and tire little strength left in killing birds which the Heavenly fatherin his in finite wisdom has created for the hu man race Wobtirn Journal The woman who fishes for compli ments shouldnt cast slurs KadolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlficially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea- SlckHeadachcGastraliiaCrampsand all other results of imperfect digestion Prepared byE C DeWitt A Co F6r ale ty Perry Thomas P trDniz HtlirgeI r Insure your dwellings barn and othcrprop erty In the BLUe GRASS MSUKANCt tOM PANY ofitexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIEL11ITN1N AND TORNADO JtZ K No assessment calls on members when losec occur to other members and no initiation tee charged tob mea member ocotnpany The cheapest andVOSt reliable company for the people of our county now orcratlnK In the State and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf after the first year For further information call on their agent and collector S It B Black attorncyatlaw Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court House next door to State Bank Trust Company upstairs J H CARTER Pres mayZlly C C BOSWORTH Sccy PRODUCt t Having closed out my stocl Groceries I will now de vote entire time to the Produce Business Will pay more for Poultry anyhouscintajhl3r prove profitable t you to get my prices be ythiugin AL SOT Near L N Depot RIOHMONDKy octlOtt + ++CALL AT + + + 1 SALOON PARLOR VWHENJ TOWN Coolest and most reftcshin of drinks that can be founi iuvthe ity are dispensei by uptoilate and accbmmc dating clerks i Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oo Ta y Phone 3SdStt l RICHMOND 1Y WE GUARANTEE-Dr Caldvrcllo Syrup Pepsin to curt JndlJcstionSlckllcadachool whoa taken according td dlrcctlonE F D3W B CALDCU- yz rtft JkingtwothlMl if- clt anor one dollaz botule k1 40MICp tOOW iqfi- jpretrzro pw e IM YAV1AI tmaI Iv4- 11t S 2i IiL GEO M1IIMANUFACTURER OF PA lN TSOF EVERY DESCRIPTION Sells directto the consumer atVWH LE ALE pnl E jWaIlPicture Frames a Window Glass Paintersc y O Stock the Largest Prices always the Lowest f Wall Paper4c up J 1 Window Shades JOc up fieo M Willging 200 wMAINV RICHMOND KY f f 0 Z f4 VCV Z 0 I L 1 7T fY1 TCEJtr vg We would call your cape ilatt a atMolite fact that our stock of ie fjP WALL PAPV AN- DDOOATIVE E1aN Just received are alt new and of the choicest design and we invite you to eallatonr Drug store on Main street sad Inspect same before buying elsewhere We hire Mr W L LEEDS eonnectedwlth who will furnish estimates on all work and orate your rooms in the latest atyle and at reasonable prices We guarantee all work done by him to be uptodate We also carry a complete line of the very freshestand purest drugs druggist sundries stationery paint4anfl oils P ease eour1 lllIai will take youjor not Respt PERRY j THOMAS tuoctuoaiTO wto 213 dale Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO JanI7ly REPAIRING AND TIMEINQ FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY L E LANE Work Guaranteed Main Street- RICHMOND KY A BOON TOno TABLER8 BUCKEYE lD Zt 2 co IT OOrci 1111Uccn H Icn D r 8- S1cexact AH MANKIND PILE CUR A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F1 BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS DruggiststsnlOly LXINTONINVTMT Pap You 300 for Every Dollar InvestedV Branch office front room overJoplins furniture sto- reLPTODDMGR THEV Stove QuestionI- n all its details is fully answered ej t by an inspection of our showing thetttGREAT PENINSULAR+ LINE I AND THE ESTATE OAK AIR TIGHT RADIATOR This will be STOVE MONTH with us andwe arc going to offer such attractions in that line as will repay anyone for the time devoted to looking through this Department aridytatefinIshmerits of tIcir product belowof repairsVECONOMIST RANGE 1 2o 1Io 2 0I VV1- w zCj tI1 c jJ cW1 V ECONOMIST RA GE I OQ1UGLAS SIMMONS l HMUWARE STOfESi FiImt IRLEIIEWS Thll Y 1 ke 1t iUri DRY GOODS ELDERS BARGA1N8 ORE Our Stock is complete in every Department af IWe are showing the largest line otetf CLOAKS CAPES COLLATRETTESI Ever shown at prices that competition cannot tuchi DONT FAIL TO INSPECT OUR IDthinE BDDh hD S Hat ad SI OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT- EUR 1 MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Is in full blast You are requested to inspect our stock New shapes handsomely trimmed strikingly effective and unequaled for quality style and price We guarantee perfect satisfaction in every particular We areshowing DRESS GOODSa pretty line ote aTo which we invite your inspection Cork Screws Sets Cigar CaseiScU Collar Buttons Scta per dozen Flies 36 Sand lOcta 13Inch Compass Saws IJcti- 2Cinch Uand Saws 0cts upPhotoDOTer Egg Beaten Vets Plate Handles Sets Big Iron Spoons 3 S and Sets Cooking Forks 8 to Sets 12 White Swiss Ties Sets Tin Backet and Shovel Sets COcoanut Grater 4cts Tin Rattles 2 and Sets Pen Holders Ic np Lead Pencils 23 and Sets Cabinet Braes Easels bets Pocket Knives 11101520 and ZScti Butcher Knives bets Can Openers Sets Little Gem Dime Banks lOcts Setof Pony a b c Blocks lOcts Curling Irons 3 to Sets Bird Cage Springs Sets Screw Hooks Sets per dozen Razor Socts 8lnch Drawing Knife 25 eta upSafety per dozen paperHair np Cake Turners Sets Box of Perfumed Talcum Powder10c Shell Brackets 10 15 and 25cts pair Malleable Stove Lifters Sets Rubber Balls lets up Rubber Rattles bets Tea Bells bets Nutmeg Graters Ic Coat and Hat Hooks IScts per doz Note Books 15 8 and IScts STable Spoons Sets 8 Tea Spoons 4cts SSInch Brass Extension Sash Rod bets Shade Mincing Knives lOcts Shaving Brushes 15 20 and 23c dozenWax Tapers for lighting 5c Cottage Barometer and Thcomomct era combined Ucts Picture Hooks Sets per dozen Tack Pullers Sets Tack Hammer Sand lOcts Carpenters BeIFaced Claw Ham mere 25ct- sShlngllngltatchcta 25cts Magnecttc Tack Hammers lOcts Shoe Brushes lOcts np Clothes Bnuhes lOcts up Calogiie Sets per bottle Shears 111 81015 and 2ScU Leather Back Horse Brushes 2octs 30 Sheets of Note Paper good Sets 50 Envelopes a bargain Sets Hand Mirrors Sets up Wall Mirrors 10 152025 1650 Wire Broilers Sets Tin Buckets Sets np Tin Wash Pans Sets Tin Dipper Sets Granite Wash Pans bets We have an assortment of Tlnwaro and Graniteware Be sure and see Swansdown Whittfng white and pink Sets per box Buggy Whip bets of all JtIDda- Uandkerchlefs Ic up 3 Tin Pint Cups Sets Be sure and ask for McCalls Patterns Tea Strainers Sets Ribbons Ic per yard up upJloolesof 2 doz ptlrIupSterlingCoffee Pots 9c np Dust Pans Picture Frames all styles from a Photo 8x7 Frame to a large 18x 22 Frame Call and see them Bottle Vaselln Sets Brass HeadedTacks Sets upMachineInk 4ets- Mucilage 4cts Dolls Sets up Respectfully to Cash SubmittedE V ELDER RICHMOND KY jlo WINTER 0I pI We wish to announce to our friends and customers that our line is complete for W1NV i iii l gm jWactoiy prices have advancedon boughtour andbenefitf7 feet allLin eri Shade at 35c correspondingly underrthkthgi W SI OLDIIAMS- SDCCBSltW MHtCTAFf MJUM J TJay Phone 7ft t Night 36