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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fJr t r A v tr 6 Ij77ft iI J TflE RICHMOND CLIMAXFt p t i j 1 f6t i T1 jVOLUME 9fUJ iirj = P t f IrfltS4bWt 1t I 1 = U t Jk j 7iI ItND MtABISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1900 NUMBER 25 iIZ M ffm ii i + F I 7II m 7 7 READREFLET1 1 F Jlit 7 1 t 2 U I K 7 7 7 E 7I II 71 7 PR4aFZSSIONAL CARDS throiti iR El ROBERTS ATTORNEYATEAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY irOflt4yr Offlci ita Jas 1B Mc Ct ScentiStnet O WMILLER ATTQBSBTATLIW RicnuOXD KBcTVCItT omc In the flurnaln Building next door to armerU National Bank feMly s1iLLiVAJ ATTORNEY ATLAW Jf j 1 RIcnlIQ DtKENTUCKY Office over Iati Thipk Tru8tcofopj posite Court House on STain tre- etJOzDMCllENA1Wj ATTORNEYS AT LAW RrcmtON1 KItNTucrr ret over hmI Office on Second I aults grocery J i fi W R LETCHER AttorncyatLaw RICHMOND KESTOcny- Offlc with T J Smith Jrover CoTtngton Mitchell J TAJSOT JAOS501T ATTORNEYATLAW niCHMONDt VOfflc Prath Building Main fitrett ZTtaIT DES GIBSON GIBSON Mil SURGE NS KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office ia the Jo CtJlni building Ja and Sec eadStre rei Nnue 4odArucslofe r OHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility rSpeclaUj Offlce at mr stable corner First ana Water Streets RIchmond KJapr11 H C MSPtiRlMs Medicine and Surgery j tcePtather Buildint Main Street Cart place Telephone at the liroadwa 0YBICIAW U SugaOZ- P1rvEc1 tKItNTUC P I 4 ito- NDpT3azT DZ ito 1XiSi c csot f iF II7iT t orKYOoTnmeflt Building doortalld lH to Jet oS T 7Ttrlt HAf OP GOOD CHAB WI = in Kentucky for old J HfP nacbolelll1 bonae moro ex kLe4CrenceanybnkIu UfIictIIF4wtkirt1 FloorI3 Dear l2sepLftn TI 0 cePYtissni Mr 9vmgton of Covingtpn Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the Administrators to take effect January 1 190l In ordegto rnfeet 0iivbblig4tions by January 1st it will be necessary for us to do the greatest business in our career Our entire stock in this- shortime must be converted into money and we know of no better or more powerful way to bring about a quick result than Jj B ill I 1 1 ff 1 1 1 J VIz e After acareful 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 dealDcurage to do thIat 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 givmg mighty valuesJhat we are going to make many new and lasting customers and increase the prestige of this store for the fu- ture9tiP0 that we always have given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall our stock of v + MINS fiND BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS HATS AND SHOEStXIs- bettert stronger and more original than ever Of course ihe early buyers will get the cream of selection and those who grasp the opportunity now wiU show their good judgment tJ tJ t g g Ld 7 COYINTON MITCHELL IrfIl nVitrt a I I WESTMAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY 5 = 7I I 7J7Pf p I il7F 1 7F7I Climax j t t t KENTUCKY r zIfygrcIAv I I v j o e residence LXijt t L J 0 i s r V114 before f creowinaev IJ a1 TRICKS 4 witlipriccs or qualities are not resorted to todraw your attention or secure your trade Legitimate ethods a stock of excellent quality and reason able fl ic4 aroiour lrurop cards and we nse them for the mutual benefit of our customers and ourselves t Our special attraction this week I a haG of highclass TABtiB SILVERWAR- ElTl fl These itemijan hint pfjajue IF J YEAGER liv Louis Htandfflan No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati able will b1 at Hotel Gljrndon fllchmondZy on WEDNESDAY NOV 14 1900 returning elry aecend Wednesday each month 1iefrlncev fy physician ef Rich mend Kyp rosylly Our Goods ANDi inqctf j 1L5 f t t I CompeLyou to trade With Us yswhen you give us a trial fro m1J U a iID Wi 1 n iTh 1 1i PPAq J by AAtChy p1enbbombastfc ath we hvei say is bu in tile best nu ketsoJ the world select the la testgOQdstound wJieriyp- ibpyyou yOu avf the latest uptodabi ods Is that hat y vafiiVfrJ4lth Ii i 1RI GJij n ANNOUNCEMENT ron JdXJn We are ajithorized to ranqounco rK II nOOKE candidate fOr the Office 9 Judge If Madison county subject to the action of b Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B THB 1N c ndidate for Judge of Madison county abject to the action of the Democratic party von COUSTT cixnr W are authorized to annonnce J B WAL CEK a candidate for Count Clerk subject to h action of the Democratic party w are authorized to announce SI ILLER a candidate Sot County Clerk sub ect to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized io announce JESSE JOBB candidate for ConntyOlerk subject tho action of the Democratic party tbB Biinniry we are nuthorf dtoa rinonnces3OHN F YAQEBS a candidate for Sheriff ot Madison aunty subject to the action of the Democratic party i vWe are authorized to anhbunce JdHjr W 3ALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic arty Weare atthoriied to announce P3J BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff Of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party f iFOB ASSESSOR f We are authorized to announce MAnTIN 3IIEEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison x unty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOE OLD llAMa candidate for Arseuor of Madison xjunty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are anthorfted to announce GEOHOE POLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison Connty subject Ui the action of the Democratic party v We are authorized to annonnce JAS L BAKEll a candidate for AnscBSor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Ton JAILSB We are authorized to unnouncj JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party Ws are authorized to announce JAMES O LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party r pea 8CUQOI eurznisrxinnir We Are authorized to announce J W WAGERS a candidate for re nomination for the office of Superintendent of County Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authority to announce REV Av J TBIBBLBacandldatdTor County School Su perintendent subject to the action of thi emocra parry rSPECIAL NOTICE At a called meeting of the Madison IDemocratliS JConnty Jqmmitteo a quo rum being present It is ordered 1st That a primary election bo held in Mallisol1eoun y on the 22nd day of November 1000 for the purpose of nominating fcandidatesfor time fgllow offices tohcm for at time Itrenoral election llVH viz County Judre County Clerk Connty Sheriff County Assessor county Attorney C l1tY Superintendent ot t5cliool Jailor ilvc aM all 4ik an- it11at day of veinberlOOOioarh per lnprapoHillg o l nte in Bi i le osi II- Il C 1er the SUhiibfflftJOtLlOLlart- toj bo used for the pupieotdfrayin tIi1 expenses t t and no person falHnK21s6iovaffilhaU i1jjilifto be VPkd rat trimary iiIF1hRt saiJpThnary shall bo lI IIUl1 erJJ It nvernin rgacliielecttonsaP the Unifflsalatelectloj la Held iI4th That nlhilegal heve heretofore aniliated whir theDemo pc9tsJoandInines ofald party arid nil 110 be legal v teM attho Ndvembei elncUon 1901 and who pledge them seivesto support the tJ nIieesot thii primary shall bo oligiabJe to yptelasaii primary 6tlu Notice of this action shall bi WnljilHrifed ihBKiclimond papers atu tlMII t t places in the iQuiityfjittOii JJffc cour 1oorin l flif u1ttbe 1erkaAir4ted to T1t p re IwUots sotjlfiter 10th oINe J exiibeIOQ3T J Qt JWuN aKlN 1ITChIil tYoo THE THANKSGIVING NUMBER Of The Saturday Evening Post Isdatcd November 10 The cover is bTIIarri sun Fisher The opening article is The Leaders in American Diplomacy bylronorableJohn W Foster formerly Secretary of State Honorable Frank A Vanderlip Assistant Secretary of the Treasury contributes The Onward March of American Trade Honorable Carter II Harrison Mayor of Chicago has an article on The Defacement of the Modern City Major Arthur Grif fiths of the British Army Retir dIias an anecdotal sketchof General Voles Pioneer1Plalasman J Healy The fiction ineluiles Senate Bill 573 hy Brand Whitlock i For Divers Jteaspns by Bharles Battell Loomis i The Banner Bearer Mrs Bur ton Harrison i The Diary of a Harvard Freshman by Charles Macomb Plan drou Mooswa of the Boundaries by Vf AFrazer Enry Iggins Eart Story by Jco Lincoln A Supper by Proxy by Paul Laurence Duubar There is a halfpage poem called The Ballad of Ozy B Orr by Holman F Day The editoral page deals with timely subjects the doparttnentof Men and Women of tlio Hour contains new stories and tbet Public Occurrences tell of the efforts to capture South American trade Frank W Thomas gives Confessions of a Mind Header Madeline S Bridges has a poem called An Untold Lovc William Mathews contributes The MatterofFact Man The other departments are Literary News and Oddities of Sience It is better to have failed in a great undertaking titan never to have maCe the attempt A naked fact shuuld be clothed In appropriate language t I Women are Like I FIHealthyandstrong t and bloom SIckly they wither and I die Every woman ought to look well and feel welL Its her right and duty but she might as well try to put cut a fire with oil as to be healthy at tractive with disease corroding dint organs that make her awcman Upon I their health depends her health If there Is Inflammation or weakening I drains or suffering at the monthly period attend to It at once delay Youre one step nearer they 1 grave every day you put it off I Women can stand a great deal but they cannot iLIe forever with disease dragging at the most delicate and I vital organsln their You may have been deceived Jn socalled cures Wo dont see Itovr could help it thee Is ao rquch worthless stuff oa thainarket Hut wont be die In Brodfields Female Rep t ulaton WBbellaYeltUtheonemedl fclne on earth for womanly aalDl1 h dIfference between it and other socalled remedies as there U betwtemiight and wroDgDrdJleldl the regutaritrIt naturally Jtis tot women alone toflc cldd vfhtb r they will be healthy or sick Br4dfi lda Jtegulatpr lies at hand 1r tor cLAsl1s pa aa9 t lIts EasyI Takel IWiI their blood give color to I their cheeks and restore their i health and strength It isg safe to say that they hearly S all reject fat with their food w s s S f2S 1t COD LIVER OILWf- flIHYPOPNOSPIITESOFLME5ODA t is exactly what they require u it not only gives them the im g j portant element codliver oil S in a palatable and easily di 1 w gested form but also the hypo mmaccompany an = g SCOHS EMULSION is a easilyIi w g of fat A certain amount of = m fresh is necessary for health I You can get it in this way We have known sons to gain a poundz4- day while taking it 00 alt druggnts W Chemists New York ISCOTTBOWN JIiI ECHOES FROM TUNELESS LYRE Kindlv Inscribed to Mr Esteemed Friend Rev 3 p S as a Token of Love andRe membrance In story told Dy poets snng There is a land of sun and bloom I here echini hearts and tried hands Sweet rest may find and welcome room A beulab land where waztlngpaia And burning tears and tad refran Are never known v Faint not tired soul by care oppressed Beneath the burden of thy toil For honest effort will be blessed And victor claim the rightful spoil In thatYalr clime that Is to be For toilers brave onllfce rough sea And those alone Tearmoistened crust it oft may be To fill the mouths ot those wo love And fierce and gaunt the wolt of want Loot In upon tho tender dove That claims protection at our hands Wbtch helpless innocence demands Ot noble men But In that fair and peaceful clime Bejonnd this vale of tears and pain The tight ot love eternal shine And love and gladness ceaseless reign Nor pain nor death nor blighting aia Can claim no placenor enter in That fair sweet home An alter fiercest storm rl pent And darkest clouds ne dispersed The calm serene which brings content Attdsnnshlns tender oonstursj Bo 5twustliof faircelestial lA On sonls who tell ai well at pray Joni1KHGfmen DuirrtH White Wllleii Cfrf C01lIitrHljll1 oatXtl1dhU I RESIGNED Gen Castleinan has resigned his fllce of Adjutant General of Kentucky This ft ok fleet November Iii resignation is quite lengthy and reyiewi he work done since his appointment luring the troublesome times last year md includes the correspondence be ween himself and General Collier Tin General is engaged in having a Historj of the Militia of Kentucky published rat least so much of it as js obtainable The preparation of this work was begun under the administration or 3ov J Proctor Knott In G n Castleman uses tho followinsI wor expresses of his opinion of Gov 3eckham and his administration 1 thank ycttf Excellency for your onservatism and cooluefs and sense of justice displayed at the most riniperiod of our Statos history and as an fflcer I am most appreciative of you miforin courtesy and support and be hat you will relieve mo from further fllcial responsibility bv accepting mj resignation to take effect tho 80th inst Very respectfully your obedient ser rant JOHN B CASTLEMAN Adj General Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows Iii was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually rowing weaker day by diy Threi physicians had given mo up Fortunate a friend advised trying EIC tric Bit rlY and lo my great joy and Biirpriw first bottle made a decided improve I rontiuned their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbcdtht grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per hot tie at 1erry Thomas Drug Store Successors to W G White 5 OUR GREAT COUNTRY Our wheat crop of 1893 was largo tai that of any other nation23er cent of time worlds crop Onr con Mom for the same year was ten twin larger than that of 9nyothernatlOn7- per cent of the worlds crop Our export of provisions was three tithe larger than thit of any other nation Our cotton crop was five times greate than any other nation75 per cent 01 the worlds production Our coal production last year exceeded that of tin other nation 31 percent of the world production Our pig iron productioi lastyear exceeded that of any othe nation 33 per cent of tho worlds pic duction Our copper production wa more than onehalf of that of th whole world Our railroads were mor than Btxtiinea the leigth of the thos of ahyother nationTho United State will enter the new century as time lend Ing worlds producer in all the factor which enter into international Core merce A Frightful Blunder 7Wiloftegcaureahorriblo Biiri ScaldiCut or Bruise Bucklena Arn ca Salvo the best in tlio world Mi kill thapain and promptly heal fj Cures Old Sores Fever Sorem Tjliier Boiis elbnt Corns all skin eruption Beet Pile cure on earth Only 23 c Rl ibox CUre Saaranteed 4 1bye- I j rrl jl t e i ii J I HEALTH HINTS Pure nir for breathing is time first rule fur the prevention of comminption Active exercise outdoor as much as pcssible is also essential Uniform climate is also important The dress should sustain uniform warm I ii The hours of rest should be carefully occupation is preventive Amusements should favor muscular development and sustain healthy res pirationCleanliness in the broadest sense is of special moment Every precaution should be taken to prevent colds The diet of consumptive people shold be ample with full proportion of the respiratory foods Mud foxes aro causing much alarm to farmers on Upper Floyds FOlk Creek Spencer county There seems to be a number of animals on the farms along the creek A treat number of dead foxes have been found in the woods and on the creek which have died from the malady In some in stances persons have been attacked by the mad miimals and much alarm lies been crcttsd in the neighborhood Ex THROAT REST You can cough yourself into- bronchitispneu monia and cons sumntion Bandaging and bundling Jyour throat will do no goodYou must give I your throat and lungs rest and allow the cough woundstohealThereisnoth ing so bad for a coughascougli ing Stop it by using AYQTPQetorat Even the cough of early T consumption is cured And later on when the disease is firmly fixed I you can bring rest and comFort in every case A 25 cent bottle will cure new Soughs and colds the 50 cent size is t better for settled coughs of bronchitis and weak lungs the one dollar size is more ecopomical for chronic cases and con sumption Its the size youshouldkeeponhaltdI watch tor sudden attacks of croup or acute llicr troubles try home in the land should keep Cherry Pectoral constantly on hand to aaIst aa esMMMK tWmLUSI XB t S FURNITURE Y Y V Y V Y Y lY I IT IS WORTH WiHll To inspect our stock to take time and look leisurely throughour store Our line oft lowbL to give satisfaction Chamber Suites Oaks or Mahogany also odd Bedsteads 0Iron Beds handsomely brass trimmed best of Workmanship tapestrjRockers a home comfort in large variety Standsri Room Chairs Baby Carriages and GoCarts light strong and durable And many other bargains too numerous to r 9mention rn fcAND MATTINGS 4 1 for Cash 1 ofMJU I IStINI Night Phont j 16 Da Phone 73 I b5I K I- 411 d J = V I i if 7 w = c r i IThe Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT Proprietor sTUbSa WEDNESDAY NOV H 1900 PDIILIS1IKUSVKKV wnnWKMDAY BY Ths Climax Printing Co 3 PRICK PKtYEAU 150 MoKiNLBVs election is not so much a vindication of the admlnistrntouf policy as a vindication of the woith of a dollar WHY is McKinley like a hand organ Put a nicklo in the slot and hell play any une you like Tunny JtoosKViiiT is just grinning all over anti slinking hands with him self thinking about how hell b ill dooze the Senate WoNDBiUf McKinley wont appoint Bill Taylor Ministor to the Fiji Isl anfl to get him out of tho countryy Tliats about the only way Bill can es cape attending a hanging in Kentucky McKiNLBY prosperity has com menced beet is ris This is the fin t bomb shell uptodate the Republicans though have others up their sleeves Everything is going to advance but labor and that is going bolow par If we got our pork audI beans now we should bo satisfied and say nothing about peaches and cream RmuiJMCANissi in Kentucky henceforth and forever will be as dead as door nail The party is politically in a bad fix Yerkea will go back to his revenue job Bradley is going to teach school Ouleb Powers is going to work in the penitentiary ned Howard is going to be hung Now we Gnu havo a little pence and quietude Let us give thanks unto the Lord and be joyful Mu DOOLKY the inimitable philos ttoplrfew days before the election he pre dicted that the country would bo no better on Wednesday than Tuesday Ills wisdom was manifested by the result wo are still in the same old fix We are counseled by biblical authority however to kick nut against the pricks So in accordance with the fundamental principle of our constitu tion that majority rules wo must grin and bear four more years of plutocracy militarism flnnntinl and civil oppression ALl Daba and the Forty Thieves aro not Til it with Mark Hauiui and the forty trusts Tim latter will have clear li M now ami will flourish Ilk Srtvi iiy trees Tlioy are a mighty nitv institution from one Maud point fron UK point of view of those next but tli rest of us cant appreoiato thiii we ftar There are forty four of these en Derations now in four years under Hauiias fostering wire there wilt be fnur hundred and fortyfour lIs1 Hrvau won the first thing lie wouM han done would have been lro conliscate these trusts as contraband of warWhat pity we lust HOLD on to your pocket book friends oryiiUJl get robbed euro Youre up agninst a skin gsuno now with the aiids 100 to aiicuiist you VUeu Aint theaj Itepublicans go ing to have a picnic picking geese and the Cubans Poito Itcans and other suckers are going to be tile game But our colonial dependents are not the only people slated to be ekined the great American people especially we Democrats are going to be touched for all were worth All the Republi cans are going to be ofllcers inspectors collectors marshals or Eomcthing and by the time McKinleys next term is out theyll have attachments on all t ie gold and silver mines in the coun try and the wages of all the laborers in the laud will be garnished for ten years advance Gad What a proe pvot Anyhow Kentucky will loom up for the nation will tako to drink in despair and old Knintuck will furnish the booze CI tlBrowerLOJ LEXINGTON KY Dont Let Them Slip- Through Your Fingers Not only dollars but op portunities We can give you the one and help you save the other WE WANT TO SHOW YOU our fall curtains Never has a choicer lot been gathered in the city than our curtain stockfreshr bright and attractive The staple lines of Nottingham Muslin Irish Point and net goods are varietywysortmtiift of Oriental stripes Capestries cos uphinn some beautiful COZY CORNERS Let us price them to you Lace for front doors Silks for mantle draping Covers for tables Imp Madras ++t+++ + + OUR PRICES t + t tWILL APPEALL U TO i + +++ +++ ++Il+ +++ + + F1BrowerCo11 i vr MAIN AND nROADW L1XINGTON IrII44tiiT4 k41Li I CIVIL Liberty Is like McGinty its at the bottom of the sea burled thank God beyond resurection No more will we hear the clank of arms in our or see the gleam of bayonets at hi polls Kentucky is free from Re publicans their heirs and assigns for ever and things will go on like tuny used to in the good old days before Bill Bradley popped up in the land with his nigger rid society Time mountaineer with his Winchester and Colt will adhere to his native wilds tIn corruptionist and lobbyUt will be quiet for a while and the UrownYerkes Democrats will get shame of them selves and hoop it up for Beckham loud as anybody and first thing we know there wont be anybody in Ken tucky but Democrats and Bradley Tavlor Brown and Yerkes will soon be dirty deuces in a new deck THE Solid South is solid still ho entire electoral vote toes toryan As rockribbed as Republican Vermont or New Hampshire is the Democratic South It is with an indescribable feeling of pride that we watch our glorious old section swing into line and leave to the traditions of our ances tors Now do wo think it will ever be otherwise We of the South are com mitted to the suppoitof the Democratic ticket by heredity as well as convic tion We are largely of English descent and loyalty to our fathers principles and party is still a powerful factor among us As the royalists adhered to the cause of King Charles I to the last extremity of fortune and life so do and shall wo Democrats of the Southland ever giye our support to the party we andour people for generations back oLopposition intimidatiouand bribery MB YEISKKS hinda pipe dream When tendered time Republican nomination he said he would have to yield tothe universal demand for the people wore calling him No ono clse heard the call it must have come over a private wire He said he was con vinced that if lie were not elected the lights over tho whole State would burn low and the little children would mourn unciitsily in their trundle beds the populace he continued were sick with anxiety to vote for him for he was ihuir only hope The campaign onmmlttce pulled his leg incessantly ami materially lessened his bank ac count but though it went to his heart to con h up so frequently he consoled himself by thinking that he would make it up by ins four years salary and by turning a few tricks on tho side lie spent most of his time figuring on his minorities and sometimes he wondered if Oov Beckham would get any votes at all Wednesday morning he changed his opinion he carried only two dis tricts in the State and found Oov runninlUoralty until the gooJs are delivered TIn lane that has no turning is what we are in for now There is no way to stop it the Republicans have the Executive the Senate and the House so what the Ligoesquake in our boots to think of whats string to happen In the firstplxuieafterA McKinley is crowned on ill continue Marcus Aurelius Hanna in his official capacity of Lord Chief Cook and Bottle Washer turn over to Him again the reins of authority and then proceed to take his ease and be merry for the space of four more years Mr Hauna on reassuming his station will increase the and to enor tlmonswiping up the earth with a few fugitiveth niggers in the Philippines double the present system of revenue taxation to keep these heroic Rough Riders in food and drink start up new trusts in every line from baby rings to tooth picks and cut the wages of hisbemployees in two for hes got now where ho wants them All timeiV Republican hoboes in the country get fat government jobs and they will pick and rob poor old Columbia for all they are worth This is what is called McKinley prosperitythTins sympathy of his party goes out to Mr Bryan in fullest measure Twice nominated and twice defeated yet calm and honorable through it all he deserves aud commands the ndmira tion and respect of the nation Though buoyed up with highest hopes and seemingly almost in sight of victory on each occasion ho has gone down to defeat without malice toward his opponent or those at whoso hands he met disaster In no other way has he moro shown his true greatness than in the battles ho has lost and a man is groat indeed who can be great in defeat He is the same gentle true hearted manly gentleman in dark days as in fair his qualities of character and intellect never shine brighter than when maJhehis admirers and supporters admire and support him still What his future or plans may le wo know not but we prophesy that his political career is by no means closed Ho is too much in spired with he justice of his cause to become discouraged at the triumph of might over right and we predict with certainty that filled with the strengtim of his mission he will still continue the fearless upright champion of freedom he Jias ever been and in him the peol he will ever have the bestdefender of their and privileges since the days of Jefferson lad Lincoln THE Battle of time Strong is over anti the burly burlys done the battles lost and won The result was a great surprise never were Democratic hopes higher or confidence stronger and Ke publicans themselves admitted that this year Bryan was a foeman worthy of their steel and accordingly put up the fight of their lives lInt politics Ipas uncertain as a horse race and Mcg Kinleys overwhelming reelection came as an immense shock to Democrats and was a surprise oven to Republicans Though many elements conspired to de feat Bryan there was one preeminent Sbutcounts in most terrcstial affairs and hard cash counted Bryan out But it is useless to endeavor to analyze defeat we were beaten and that ends the mat ter Now a new rulo is up to us in stead of waiting watching aud Dglumg mayGterm of McHluley prosperity The present prospects point to an absorbtiomh and concentrat6n of nil and influence the adoption of an exj pensive colonial system and the pro longation of a bloody useless war by the powers that be Let us trust howI ceverdtborlty tonbtll and legislate and live foi lf lone nisthe ttuodLord tojiqtftiI f1toy tM hsra Iitb JJ4IIIor R VI A BIRD in a gilded cage will Mc Kinley continue to be for another lout years Money and comfort he will have in plenty but liberty and freedom are qualities he knoweth not His is Mbe name but Uanna is the will A quiet easy existence indeed but without spirit or activity Ho can bat his wings against his cage but he cant fly Ills pinions aro clip ped with golden slssors and hes only a part of a machine lie can puff up and play the titan of destinyact from his front porch at Canton but when Hanna pulls the string he has got to tumble and he cant say a word His whole duty consists in looking pleasant signing bills and inhaling superbas he dont pay for but takes out in trade TIlE Exiles will still wander far Iron their own firesides The visions o triumphant return amid much honor and renown which they have cherished during the past few months have come to naught and with Yerkes they are plunged in hopeless diepair The r future prospects depend largely on the stuff Mr Durbin Indianas new gov ernor is made of If he is agentlcman and an improvementon MonntMessrs Taylor and Finley will either have to hunt a new hole or face the music in their oTd Kentucky home Theirfuture fate is sure to be a miserable one they have before them the alternative of standing trial on the charge of con spiracy and murder or of being vent able Wandering Jews outcasts on the face of the earth Either way its a case of heads we win tails they loose Justice is slow but sure WE have no desire to figure as calamity howlers but we really are surprised to find our prophecies of the past low weeks verified so soon No sooner was McKinley elected than his right hand bower in the Philippines Gen McArthur cablegrams that it will be many years before we can hope to subdue the Filipincs and then only with the aid of a large army and navy This is the veriest liumbu and bosh to think that a power like the United States should wage war with a few starved halfclothed Malays for three years with no bettersuccess than to have to confess itself unable to conquer them unless reinforced by heavy numbers Verily thero Is something rotten in this state of Denmark as Hamlet remarked and its not hard to see what it is In a nutshell the principle to the victors belong the spoil is respon sible for McArthurs statement lIes not a bit selfish and wants other Re publicans to share his snap instead of fighting the army of occupation i taking its ease making merry and robbing Uncle Sam The increasing of the ajmy means a whole lot of new commissions and a whole lot of new revenue taxation and the people pay the freight The ball has opened and the goblins are goin to get us if we dont watch out gSouthRobert E Led being voted a place in GJnLee ritostorm of protest has followed this au ouncementn anti among the strongest we notice and reproduce time followinl from the Richmond Va Times uponGeneralThe honor is the other way By all broadminded independent and un prejudiced men in time world tve- mose rt of them who dwell in the North ri States Robert E Lee is considered e greatest American that ever lived GeorgeWa9hin bymankindshow gallery along with a nun er of nobodies that people have to ask to know that they ever lived 7 hen Cato was asked why his statue did not appear in the gallery of the statue of Romans thought at tho time to be immortal he answered in sub ance that he wished it to be noted at his statue was rot there The Southern people have that feelingabout this incident Secure in his immortality looming up upon tho worlds horI- zon as n colossus around whose knees Grant Sherman Sheridan and Thomas masquerade as pigmies how can it be o f any consequence to Gon Leos men ory whether his name does or does not appear in a collectionof names that will be totally forgotten when mothers teaching their sons at their knees if they would bo men to command ti met esteem and reverence of their fellow men they should set Robert E Lee be fore them as tho example to imitate And it is in order to remark here that it is not Leo the soldier who will continuo to grow for he has already reached the largest possible proportions i n that character It is Lee tho man who dwarfs all other men brought into comparison with him and forces the verdict from ages as they succeed tii ho was time most Godlike man timi this world has ever seen Therefore say we for one strike his name from the tablets of your Hall o f Fame There is nothing there to honor Leo And if tho narrowmind ed bigots who carp at his being there can not appreciate the honor which Lees name confers upon them let his name be withdrawn that it may blaze in time firmament with his own undying light uninterrupted by the petty screens which the bigots would attempt to interpose between it and the admirers who dwell nUovel the civil ized world 0RELIOIOUS Revival services are now in progress at the Methodist church aBprevicusly announced in these columns Services nre being he ld each day at 230 and 7 in Rev Lowry is a most able Ivan ehist and all will profit by hearing him The Christian Endeavor societies of the Firstand Second Christian churches held a union services i1dar evening at the East End Tabernacle The two- ocieties are Fn a highly prosperous and are doing much good workSome time ago steps WAre taken by the Christian Endeavor of Rev Lloyds congregation to start a C E library for the benefit of tire members Some t30 was invested in the enterprise and a number of excellent and instructive books were purchased Since then howevertho promoters of the library ave changed their minds and now offer the books for sale They will be auctioned oil tonight after prayer meet desiringure profitable wlnterrcading would o well the sale and purchase- hese booki Rtreasoaablo prices hotelQUt11l toktllIJ el fife intlni lhI a PERSONAL Mr WaIler Traynor is at home Judjcoand Mrs T J Scott are in town Mrs Eugenia Hume was in Lexing ton lust week Mr Frank Adair of Carlisle was in the city last week DrL Ik Landmairwill be at Iho Glynuou Hotel today Mrs J M Benton and children have returned to Winchester Mrs John D Peony Jr of Iaris is visiting her parents here Miss Thompson of Versailles is via Sting Miss Emily Cbeninlt Mrs David R Tevls and children are visiting relatives in Lexingtony MrIo Misses Sallia and Lucia Burnam have returned from a visit to Cincinnati Mrs Sharp of Shelbyvillo is visiting her daughter Mrs B L Micidelton Mr Clias T Chenault of Winches tor spent Sunday with his parents brwithnoon Mrs N D Deatherago is at home from a delightful visit to Missouri friendsclMr Jack McCord of Winchester at tended the ChenanltCrutchcr wedding last week Mr James McElwaine of Bowling Green is visiting his brother Mr II G McElwaine Mr Harry B Hanger has returned to Sault Ste Mario Mich after a short visit to his family Miss Nancy Cohen of Versailles hat returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Mat S Cohen Mr and Mrs Jonah Wagers of Wagersrille Estill county visited rela tires here last week Capt W II Adams former Super n titimeMiss Elizabeth Daugherty has return ed to Cynthiana after a visit to her brother Mr Win Datigherty Mrs W H Shanks has returned to Stanford after spending several weeks with her pajenls Mr and Mrs T E BaldwinreMr and Mrs Cabol II Clienault have returned from a short wedding tour and are with Mr and Mrs David Chennult on the Irvine pike Mrs M T Evans after a very pleas ant tour in Colorado luring time en tire summer has returned to Missouii greatly improved in health Miss Mary Crutcher has returned to Winchester after n pleasant week spent with Miss Bessie Turloy Miss Lindsay Pendleton is still with Miss Tuner Mr Robert II McCreary of Chicago joined his wife null children last week who have for some weeks been the uests of Gov and Mrs James B cCrcary DrLI Williams of Ford who was- loported lost at sea sdme time sIICO 5outet up safe and sound in Kentucky once morelMr Searcy in company with Mrs Thos Baldwin and others left yesterday for Cincinnati where he will purchase a large assortment of fall poods Mr and Mrs P M Pope of Richmond are guests of Mr and Mrs F B Carr on Vine street MrsV W A Langford of Richmond is the guest of Mrs Dorsey RayMr Alex Rice was i Richmond Tuesday for ft short visit Bourben News The press of the Bluegrass is uiianiai on in its praise of Miss MartimaChenB ault Estill whose county Rust week was a brilliant triumph Miss Estill has a sweet and cultured voice of powerful range and her future as a brilliant vocalist seems assured She has visited Richmond and here as elsewhere is deservedly popular The beautiful Miss Mary Gatevood of Mt Sterling has been for the past week tho guest of her aunt P doyntzwood is justly considered one of the loveliest girls in Kentucky and is a rare type of that class of beauty which haIsm made our State famous During her visits here as elsewhere she is the ro cipient of much attcmmtiont FridayIIir ime benefit of the Daughters of the Con Iofederacy the guests being invited to bring 5 cents for each foot of their nlliItude Tho handsome Poyntz home was elegantly decorated for the occasion delightful refreshments were served and the ladies present have to thank Mrs Poyntz and Miss Mary Gatewood of Mt Sterling by whom she was m eisted in receiving for a most pleasant evening Quite a neat little sum was Daughterslt RatieysInvite yoa to bo at the marriage of their daughter Louise Sharon to Mr John Moss Mcconnenlon Wednesday afternoon twcntfirst Nineteen hundred at four thirty Oclock Presbyterian ChurchdVersailles Kentucky Tho above invitation has been wideIly received mind is n matter of muchJ interest Richmond people with whom tbo bride and groom tobo are prime favorites Miss Bailey him been aIfrequent visitor hero nnd has beenI much admired in our social Mr McConnell is an old C U boy and numbers his friends by his acquain tance Quito a number of our young people will attend the ceremony rime marriage of Miss Anna Graves Crutclier of Jett Wooilford county to Mr Graham Vreeland of Louisville is announced for November 28 This wedding will be one of Interest lo Richmond people for Miss Crutchoris wellknown and much admired here For several years she attended Madi son Institute and since then has Ire quently been the guest of friends here No lovelier or more charming girl ever held our fancy or claimed our unstinted admiration and tImid her future may ba a glorious realizatIon of all her hopes and dreams is time earnest wish of her Madison friends Mr Vreeland is connected with the CourierJournal and is known to fame te a reporter who chronicled the campaign movements of our late Governor Goebol in tho columns of tho Courier The Ladles Whist Club was most charmingly entertained Friday afternoon last by Miss Minerva Park Phelps at lien beautiful country home Dream ing Creek Heights Two hours were delightfully spent over time absorbing tAme find then a delightful luncheon ofctcatuiIngIaflde and refreshing ices WB served Tho honors of Iho after nooa over were wou by aa ex luUHi pUture vl liitt I1JI lThIpa J e P It is an M WmnftoThat Blows Nobody Good That small ache or pain or weakness is the titwtna th heatthe necessity of purifying your blood by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Then your whole body receives good goestlnglingis tile great remedy ages andboth sexes Complicated with t hoerears taith severe pthisfr Hoods Sarsaparilla made me hearty JB Emerton Auburn Me a4 Hoodt hue cure liver nil the nonirritating ano- nly cathartic to take with lloodt taraaplLrtlJ h1 home with her from last at Cmmnmerered in admiring groups It is a copy of tho Cumean Sibyl by Pomanelli There were present beside the regular ub members Mrs Heth of Omaha v lIIcCreanJChic1go Stanford Mrs Harry Baylor Hangerj Mrs T D Chenault Jr Mrs Albert McCown Mrs C B Brittain Miss TIes slo Miller and Mrs Jas W Capon- tonDEATHS 1ApA3msAtTexas Monday last Mrs Berthena Adams aped 74 years Deceased was sister of Mrs Gideon Taylor and D F Edwards of this cotmntyflCOSIIY Mr Fletcher Cosby aged 65 died Friday of paralysis at time home of his brother Mr James Cosby near city Tho remains were taken ymmtlmiana his old home for inter m ontC0LIWe are grieved to learn of the Mr lean K Cole of Chicago which occurred last Thursday Mr Colo was a bright manly boy of twentytwo summers and has frequently visited his latives Messrs It C iiand T T C Sovlmgtonofdemise was duo to consumption contracted while serving ill Cuba dnring tleKpanishAmefican war TBHUELTi Mrs N BTerrell passed away Thursday night as the result of injuries received in a runaway some weeks ago Sluice that time she had bon in constant pain which she ham bravely as befitting a woman of her Christian faith and fortitude She wns a woman of many virtues and leaves five children and many friends and relatives to mourn her loss TAYLOR Relatives and friends are grieved to learn of the death of Mr Will Taylor who demised in Clark county Monday Mr Taylor was an attorney by prefession and brother of Dr T J Taylor of this city He was about 35 years of age and graduated omn Central University in 83 Heaves a wife formerly Miss Mary Mc Cord of this county and three small children Attention Democrats LUnderthe State Democratic Convention June 14 1000 the Democrats of Madison county are requested to meet at their respective voting precincts at oclock p m Monday November 19 and select a committeeman for each precinct- to serveji term of four years and on the Monday following euch precinct committeemen will meet at Richmond and organize by electing a Chairman and Secretary This is the resolution adopted by the Convention We recommend the following amendments to the existing rule gO r erning the formation of county committees to wit That hereafter when ever a vacancy occurs in any of the county or legislative district committees time same shall be filled by time Democrats of the precinct after ten ays notice duly signed by time Chairman and Secretary of atid committee as to the time and place of holdingsaid eating for said purpose shall have een posted Provided that on the third Monday in November 1900 tjie Democrats of this State shall meet heir various voting precincts at the hour of 1 oclock p m and proceed to select a committeeman to serve a term f four years and that on the Monday ollowing such precinct coimiitteetncn n shall meet at their various countyso ts and organize by electing a Chairman arid Secretaryof saUl county or district committee who may or may not be a member of said committee The Chair man or any member ot said committee inajoriIThe Chairman or a majority of said committee may cull a meeting of the wbeneverthey deem it necessary Vacancies occurring in any of said committees after the reorganization herein provided for shall be filled as hereinbefore set forth If after notice ns aforesaid there shall be no election held in any pre inct then the State Central Commit lecman of the district on recommenda lion of the Chairman or in the event ie does not act within ten days after after such failure of ejection on recom mendation of am jority of the commit eo of tlio county shall fill such vacan y by time appointment of a Democrat of such precinct This amendment shallnot apply to cities of tho first and second classes PAINT LIOK Mr Gr en Clay Walker of Lancas tor was in our midst this week Dr J V Logan visited his son J V Logan Jr and Inrnily last week Jno IF Wallace of Central Univer shy spent Sunday with tho home folks Rev Sheppard of Louisville will tilt his appointment at Mt labor Sun day Nov JSlh dlluJhtersattendedcaster Wednesday Mr J F higgins aud daughter of Uryantavillo visited relatives in the TomuiUbity last week Mr C B Engleman and family have moved ti the Hotel In Paint Lick re cently vocated by Mr and Mrs B Jen nings Prof Wilson and wife who have spent the summer with Dr Mays lam ily left on Friday for their new home iu New Hartford Ohio MillersburgIsthis week lie occupied the New Hope pulpit on Sunday Rev L I EchoJs wife and baby are visiting in Daa Vest S 0 The for tner the meeting of Synod In LouitylUc pi last week tramchlUIIQu r r Bryan und Beckham lIe returned Louisville on Wednesday protmctedhome She was accompanied by her attractive little niece Mies Fannie Friends of Mr and Mrs R N Benz y will deeply with them Raymommdhow t week The following handsomely engraved invitations have been Issued Dr and Mrs Bardett Ramsey presentjatLucite to JrWednesday twentyfirst Nineteen Hundred at eight oclock churchPaint belovedofrendialloyed happiness STATE OK LUCAS OHIOCITY OFToLEDOls8 Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is time senior partner ot the firma of F J theitysaid and that saM firm will pay time DOLLARSCoreach HaUsCatarrh subscribedinber A D ISSa A W GLEASON SEAL Ji1ar Public iptornnUy Sendfor0SoldHalls Family Pills are the best Master Comrs Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT W S Hume c Plaintiffs IRAgainstichmondElectrlcCo Deft Atl persons having claims against the estate notifiedNovemberS E SCOTT novll3w MC3I C C =Master Commissioners Sale Richmond Bide t Loan Corpora Notice of SateEfly virtue of Judgment and Order of Sale of theSeptemberstyle cause the undersigned will o- naturday November 24 J900 About the hour of 10 oclock a m on the Kyroceedbidder the following described A CERTAIN HOUSE AND RichmondJon the south side of Irvine Street Ky being A part ofthe lot recordedInabout 120 feet on Irvine Street and runs back ontbeon D andrSheordered to be made and thecosts hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months equally The purchaser s apprOvedecuritymoney to have the force and effect a Jndg saleiwitha purchase money Is ISnovllZw M C M C c Woiionor h1 B Z rfOnDYvIrtnreof a Judgment and Order of Sate attheabove style cause the undersigned will on cthicy NOVCmDCr B 19Q About the hour of 10 oclock a m on thep remises in c b highestidder Jst A TRACT OF LAND Lying in Madison county Ky on the north side of the Speedwell turnpike 5 miles from Richmond K containing 175 acres and bounded in part by said turnpike anti adjoining the lands ot MrsOreJoryfor a residence near the pike the Tenc ing is good 70 acres for wheat or corn and balance in grass 2nd A TRACT OF LAND t onimepike containing 221 acres and bounded in part by time said turnpike and adjoining tIme lands of J T Estill and Boyle Doty On this tract is a brick residence of nine rooms a large stockblrnout tJllildinW good farm scales new allInsplendid neighborhood near churches farmsillseperatelyamid January1stTERMS Sale will be made en a credit of 6 willbeitg for the payment of the purchase money to bearIngpurchaseOlInov3w Ai1y oithc Taeta Pleasing or otherwise is generally made in laughing or speaking We can make the display pleasing Our DENTAL WORK is highly satisfactory because correct and high grade in every detail Dr Hobson is the only Den tist who owns his own office in Richmond Dentists who anytimemanently located in Rich mond and has the best Den tal practice of the town Come and see TheB3tAuy Fills 75cts BXROBSON leftist KklAMl Ky Office next looro Government Bldg Office0U I VANTEDAClIVSMAIf OF GOOD to and ccnect for oldII bOCKaasa issay0ralttC s L OOUR FALL STOCK o Whichwe do not hesitate to say is an attractive one is now ready for your inspection Its full of good things more 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 Corrie and see them for they were selected with a viewto pleaseyou IComfort CalicoesS- ome of the prettiest designs the market affordsto be had here at Sets 6 F3cts buys the best quality in town Birliae of 25c Hosiery Is one of the best to be foundthey are warm wellknit and durable Th warmeseweIghtswhichfor whatever you in any line and our PRICES BE FOUND RIGHT Cor Main First St ahllMaster Commissioner S alo I W P Body ic Puffs Notice of SaleJnllnfly virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sate of theSeptemberstyle cause the undersigned will on Monday December 3rd 1900 Between the hours of oclock a clock at the Court house mland DecemberConntySale to the highest bidder the following described property viz A TRAm OF LAND CreekInand adjoining Lewis Jackson the remainder of decdPeterland allotted as dower to Mrs J W Barclay now Mrs Juan Creekmore This land will be JuanCreekmoreOr sufficient quantity thereof to produce the orderedtoTEBIS Sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months The purchaser will be required to g c paymentftbepurchaaemoneytohave Interestfromsaid property until all the purchase money Is paid S E SCOTT novllZrr M C MCC Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and Knife Plaitin- gRichmond 0septi9tf C Ready For A Inspection Calla inspect the handsome andattrac Ietive line of Coods for andBoysJ J Suitings Overcoats ccA That has been re 1JJ the shop with a guaran tce 1JJ elsewhere r uss STOUT cTHE TAILOR r EynUa Crt Till GReneST1Ilt 1lLor till AGe WW favttW aukM Creaaier Bet ofltallciaiircat aMqulreaNofanter witfi two AT mom cows MI non to 1ttwltltoat OM toXaMdci 31 IleerM tHfHd 4sis1 d 4i iiix wI I WMNHW EcLS Ciuthtmuu IIWIitr J Underskirts deepflounceand mories effects are bargains at 98cts Some Valuable Suggestions for Fait Dress are to be found here Can you do better than allwool camels hair serges JOO IB need WILL OWEN MCKEERichmond I 717I7I7I71 + Radient Home Heating Stoves i Burns Soft Coal- and F less oder than vj anyother bttG Give more Heat 1randwill keep fire Jonger than any 7 other tw You only build one fire and it will not go out all winter tt UNnecccrn HEAT ECONOMYtiflan 1 We handle the American WJre Fence which is the strongest and chert Itut Fence on the market We also handle COOK STOVES HARtWARE AND FARMING IMPlEMEN7S of allCall and see and get the best goods at the best prices dessrlptionp ill HA KELF RD i MPANY 1 + MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY m7l I7I 7I GRAND DISPLAY OF BUGGIESJ PHAETONSICARRIAGES CarriageWorksW rks have we displayed such a complete line of vehicles as 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 EBntucky arriagB W rl i JOHN DONELSON Proprietor IJI DURABLES EIi X1BEIIUTY JpiqJ examine our beautiful LI11J rIalsoiiLimLteBf4IDJTmll rJ I qetI D Buckley one of thethe State charge of tnis Pftriment best tinflera in 0J We are sole agents for the cefebtated OldHickory Wagon none better0 oi the marketfact if need InanythqiA the Tin reStoYRooEmgor lime it will patUS Yto see TAYLOR BRClS t mm MAIN STt ORMOND Kyi Nl I qrt t Inr rP JI = The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV 14 1900 NEW FRESH GOOb l tj If 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 ingredients fr cakes We are prepared to furnish anything in the grocery line at Prices to Suit t+ +Always call when fresh pure groceries are wantedon EJ DEATHERAGBCO Headquarters Shipstuff Hay and Oats Five roon cottage for rent price MO per month Apply to nit GAV EVANS augl5tf Natural product water mill flour and meal at IL A Baxters grocery on Second St reet nnglt Mr S Q Royce sold Thursday to Thos Phelps 700 barrels of corn at 2 Measured in crib Natural not as white patent flour is much better for health For sale at R A Baxter on ecoml street augltf Chits Long coloredkitled himself Monday by the accidental discharge of a shot gun he was handling Moral Dont fool with loaded guns Mr W D Muncey formerly Adams Express Agent at this place is now running as express messenger between Richmond and Cincinnati The members of the Police depart nent have bloomed out in new uniforms and helmets It is needless to say they lire the handsomest fot in the State Rough red skin made soft white I1nd velvety with one application of upids Secret Price 25 cents For ale by E C WINES 14nov8v Efficient election returns were Furnished last Tuesday nightby Messrs Woods and Ferriell at the court house red Mr J N Baldwin in front of the telephone exchange The effect of Cupids Secret is im mediate One application makes the lands and face soft and velvety Price 5 cents For sale by E 0 Vjtes 14nov 8w House Burned A house at Kirksville belonging to a- Irs Gentryand occupied by Mr Jno LoiVg was completely destroyed by reatiVn early hour yesterday morn ns Cullon lo Practice Law Here MrW II Cnllon has moved his amilyi to Richmond and will practice aw Ircre vlle basronted an office in hepilingham building and is ready to do business Par Heat A nice residence conveniently located on East Main street with all necessary outbuildings good garden co For further particulars call on or address JOHN DONELSOX 7octtf Richmond Ky tiolicel To MY D1IJ TC FBIESDS fAfter lookiqg over the 1ie1dnndcon fiidering the lateness of my candfdtcy which materially injured my chances I have concluded to withdraw from the race for the nomination for County Clerk Thanking my many friends for tlieir support during my short candi dacy I nin Yoms respectfully CArT R B lVRRLJSn N itional Fox Hunters Association Irvine Ky November 1222 For the annual meetingof theNaHon al Fox Hunters Association to be held at Irvine Ky November 12 to 22 the Louisville Atlantic railroad will sell tickets from all stations to Irvine Nov 11 to 22 inclusive with final limit Nov 23 at rate of one and on third fare for the round trip Reduced rates on all railroads For further informs tion apply to your nearest ticket nt or C N Bnqwrzo1G P A 14nov2t Versailles Ky Puysici Fifth r Avenue D N SEE THAT THIS IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE K 1eIiIMf sokt rtcnMV edge hande1t Jew 2No oran thea1neothercltvsaymgRespectfullyJanSlyr AUMER Our Sick thatVynn Mi8j nilsowablot0b0 k confineflf9rtiie rovinvMissInfiruuirJBaiurdaY8111 to the delight of line many friends Central Universitys Endownihcnl Fund lobe Raised 5 TheSynod of Kentucky has carrlell a motion to add one Jniiulred thous and dollars to the cnclomimeiit of Con nppolxpected4liatthevent of the Twentieth Century l1i1nblaCentral in the front rank of Southern Universities J Big Crowds SaturdayWe moneytheconvincing perga1Ionjo10cent Fresh crackers per pound 4c Best rice per pound Ole Call and 8eldIOW far a dollar wlllgo next Saturday or any other I j Yours truly s LAXDOOKCKEABE Co Formerly Blue Grass Gro Cu Rev Smith Resigns The Christian community at larger respective of denomination will Teeret ylastresignation as pastor of the First Presbyterian church to tako effect January During the ears Mr Smith has with us we have learned to admire and bye him Earnest sympa thetlc and sincere bis church and members have profited alike by his ad monition and example He goes to Little Rock Ark to fill a leading pul pit in city He will be greatly missed an1 the Godspeed of all follows him to his new home Cecilian Club Notes The Cecilian Club is now interested in the study of Wagner For the benefit of the members we print the follow lug interesting personal peculiarities IIf the famous musician furnished us by a leading authority Wagners attention to dress went so far that he instinctively imagined bad tress must 83 fl6ir1 of bad health A friend of mine a painter who had al ready once or twice met Wagner v as caling upon him again after some lapse of time The moment he entered the room Wagner jumped up and ran to ward him exclaiming in a tone of sin cere distress Oh my poor dear friend I didnt know you were ill yhat is the matter with you Great was the laughter when it turned out withrijyperpetratedbysome abominable Court tailor But there Js one error concerning Wagners dress which I must do what lies In mv power to rectify Wagner is alleged to have been a perfect sybarite clad in silk and satin soma Oriental despot and surrounded by extravagant luxury This hnsbecn saidso often it bus been so constantly repeated during the last thirty yearn that it is difficult to eradicate the falsehood from peoples minds The simple fact is that Wagner was always clad in silk from head to r sllluflicroiHnsitle delicate and irritable skin cent endure no other kind of For this reason antI while still very poor ho was led to adopt garments which we should not consider extraordinary but which his fellowcouutrymen thought tIe height of extravagance Later when his rreans permitted he went a step further The touching of potion or wool always gave him a shock similar to the putting one tetth ori edge and so he frequently when at home rind alone to wear a silk dress inggown or to put on a large easy silk morning coat and trousers somewhat similar In style to those generally worn in the East If this were a vice surely it was one of the most harmless of vices Ami as for the extravagant luxury of Wagners abodes on which German newspapers usol to descant hundreds of the guests who have been received in Wahnfried the hospitable home of his last years can attest that although this 1onse now Contains the presents of Kings and Princes there is trolling in it as far as mere luxury and comfort are concerned to exceed what maybe found in every American or English country house P t te There are few Women who do not know some thing of the Phenomenal Popularity of the fJ4 fQ 4 SHOE 8S WOMEN t T THEMANISH FAD women Sboea made on Iasti shaped like mens are now tjie tasbi9nbie hlDr and there ii much ort1COmmonsense and y 4 They also look uptodate and A 4 M tsp HovydouUe laW day been that here underclothing used r ilw yS perfect re t r- nc i Fitting Price is I Ww s 01 Jiit i 3UU g Rice Arnold Agts j v 0 1 gj Fer Sale er Rent Woffer for sale or rentourresiJence on West Main street Good afro brick house lot fronting 100 feet on Main uppliedand Is the best location In Richmond address7novlm Richmond Ky Dr Foster Honored The Richmond friends and admirers of DrterjaztyeacCentral Univer 8t s popular Professor oT Chemistry followlngdiepatch Dr Knhlrnusch one of Oennanys greatest scientists and one of the great est Physical Chemists mum world ban recently published an artble in the Lelpslg Journal of Pbys Chemistry In Which he makes favorable mention of the original research of lrWmIoster Jr ami accepts and makes use of the product of his labors This Is an honor to be appreciated Corning as it does from a pioneer sclent list but the ninny friends of Jr Foster at Central aro sure that the honor coald not come o one more deserving Dr Foster is a graduate of VandeTbilt and Princton and a prominent member of the Sigma Nn fraternity No Extenlion of Time on Clergy Permits Issued for the Year 1900 To Ticltt Ayetitt Annual clergy permits for the year 1900 will not be good for use after De cember 8llOflOand all clergymen arid others entitled to permits who do not obtain them lor the year 1001 will be required to pay lull fare after that date Ticket Agents will so notify the clergy in their vicinity as far 8 possible verbally and by the insertion of occasional notices in newspapers with which we have contracts op transportation basis during the next two months Ticket Agents should provide them selves with an ample supply of blank applications for Clergymans reduced fare Permit p Form 271 by requisition In the usual way and forward applies tions for 1801 to General Passenger Agent in charge of their territory as rapidly as possible after each applies tion usa been carefully investigated nnd found proper in every way under the rules SOUTHERN RAILWAY Co W A TUKK Gen Pass Agt Phi Conclave at Louisville Thanksgiving The Phil Delta TlietaFrateruity meets in biennlal conclave at Louisville November1 0 to December The local chapter and alumni will attend in a body This Fraternity is one of the oldest college secret societies of western origin and for seventeen years it has had living chapters In moro colleges and universities than any similar or ganization It was founded in 1848 at Miami University Oxford Ohio whore it celebrated its semicentennial two years ago with appropriate exercises Its biennial convention meets at Louisville Ky November to Decem ber 1 1900 The attendance will be the largest on record as the ewiety is very strong in Kentucky Ohio Indiana and Illinois ndH the social features are unusually elaborate educed rates on the certificate plnnnre offered by all railroads In addition to the business sessions there will be two re ceptions and a dance on the opening night a ball a banquet a smoker and a theatre party on succeedingeveniugs within buffet breakfast a five oclock tea and a footballgame in between The Fraternity now has 11000 members among them General Benjamin Harrison lion AR Stevenson lion E H Conger Minister to China Hon A C Hams Minister to Austria Sen ator Blackburn and General Funston About 1100 members are now college students there being 04 chapters of these 41 alumni clubs the largest number of any Fraternity Lt Council Meeting The City Council met in regular sea aba November 1st with Mayor and all councilmen present The minutes of the last regular meeting and special meetings of October and 13 were read nnd adopted The report of the Finan adoptedMragainst the city for S2 54750 held by the State Bank and Trust Company betaken up by the cityand the Clerk was ordered to issue a voucher for and to destroy same IIclnims against the city wereread and referred to Finance Committee The Mayor mentioned the fact that by law 10 percent penalty paidbypassed for the preset tMr R E Turley of the State Bank and lrust Companyappeared before the Council and stated that he had offered to pay the City Collector the taxes of aid bank at 70 per cent of the amount of capital stock us per agreement made with a previous board of councilmen the 70 per cent being considered in proportion tothe way other property was listed for taxation but that time City Collector was not satisfied to accept said taxes without instructions from the Council Mr Turlev also stated that said bank was willing to deposit a city vcpcher of about an equal amount of said taxes held by said bank with the Collector anti to agree with the city that saul voucher shall bear no isterest after October 31 1900 and that no penalty be assessed against tIme taxes of said bank It was ordered that the proposition be accepted and that the City Attorney investigate the collection of taxes from all the banks of the city The Water Light Company was ordered to remedy a gas light on Main street that has not been burning recently The Mayor reported that Mrs Crowe says her property on High street has been listed too high but as the time for hearing of complaints on that score hind expired no action was taken Several errors in time Assessors books were reported to the Clerk anti Collector which were ordered remedied A W Creokmore applied for saloon licence for another year which was granted provided he fill the requirements of the law Mr Jackson reported that the settle ment of the Water Light Company taxes had not been reached as yet and the committee was continued Mr J ASulllvan stated to the Council that the Water Light Company Own a franchise for the erection of an electric plant and read an ordinance in regard to the erection of poles and wires which he asked the Council to pass A committee was appointed by time Council to investigate the matter and report A motion was carried to issue a voucher to the Treasurer of the School Board for 23J percent of amount of taxes collected to date for the benefit of the School Board It was also ordered that Vouchers be issued to the Commissioner of the Sinking FunHifor S17000 for redemption of school bonds as recently passed by rrJJsntw J8S mpvedand carried that the i City Attorney seeiure aleLMl to Short street fromthu Kichinqnd Investment Company and a RJtteo was ap pointed to receive bids ot theconstrue tion strEet w The City Cltrp ilUt Nbrrls Bros refused to pay Ilcetst pn their stock which expired Juy 31 and ofIto collect stallion and bull license and if same be not tfi refer matter theCiiiefotfolce It was ordered that collection of back taxes be given over to AY L Simmon and that lie receive 25 per cent of all he collects A Voucbeffer WM l edtoChle Altman 101011 ora blonwlng tc John tfronna which wiwrtolen willi bible t TIltH it krtl3Ir WMN thi Iui it4 tar County Teachers Association Following Is the program of the County Teachers Association to ba heM at Flatwools near Waco November at 10 oclock a in Singing lrayer Needs of the CommonJSchool Prof Stevens Mrs C D Turner AddressRev SReynolds pastor of Flatwoods chuich Dinner 12to Recitation Miss Mary Miller Trustee System Mr John Baum stalk R Lee Davi- sAddressSchool Work ProfSecrest Recitation Miss Madge Wilson Paper Ideal Home for Children Mrs Will Miller AttendanceIAdvantage of New Methods W W Wagers Talk to TeachersMiss Lloyd AlljournIAll friends of educational work cor dially invited IleFpt VICE Puss Associvnox joy McCrearps Report Gov McCreary was chosen last August by the State Central Democratic Committee and by the leading Democrats of Kentucky to take charge of the campaign in this State He opened headquarters in Louisville on August 15 and gave lila entire atten tion for about three months to time many duties that developed upon him his associates secretaries nod clerks His first effort was to make a thorough organization of the State by the ap pointment of county campaign committees and county precinct committees On the first Monday in September tho speaking committee sent speakers to every precinct in the State and Democratic Clubs were organized Mr McCreary returned home last Saturday after the retains from the various counties showed that Bryan and Beckham had carried the State by from 4000 to 7000 We give below taren from the CourierJournal the last statement he gives out as Chair man of the State Central Committee 1 am satisfied from official returns received from nearly all the counties of Kentucky and trom unofficial returns which are reliable from the remaining counties that William Bryan and J C W Beckham have carried Ken tucky Allowing Republicans 5200 majority in the Fifth district and 19241 in tho Eleventh district which is all they claim in tlieir published reports Beckham has a majority of not less than 5000 votes iii the State andBrynrts majority is a little larger Democrats have also elected nine Congressmen out of eleven and have carried every close district The election wa airly held through out the State amid aiTshould have time manliness and patriotism to accept the result without contention or misrepre sentation and allehould know that tilt honest and legal result of the election will bo maintained The supremacy of Democracy has been established in Kentucky Law order and good governmentsecurity of life and pioperty have been assured Our brother Democrats have been de feated in all other doubtful States but in our State Democrats have achieved a great triumph The la amount of money sent by tho Republican National Committee to Kentucky to influence voters and make our State take a false position availed nothing Not a dollar was sent to this State by time Democratic National Committee but the brave noble and loyal Democrats did their duty properly Bud efficiently and Kentucky is in the Democratic column to stay In closing the Democratic head- qUarters in Louisville after nearly three months of continuous work I with pleasure present my thanks to myis sociatcs of the Campaign Committees for their effective and faithful service and I also thank the County Commit tees and Precinct Committees for their splendid and unceasing fidelity to their duties nud I give honor and gratitude to the faithful zealous and unfaltering Democrats whoso efforts have been crowned with success JAMES B McCnEAUV As we have said before to tier Mc Crearvs splendid generalship more than anything else wo owe bur victory in this State and all loyal Democrats will ever remember their indebtedness If Gov McCreary wants anything he can get it theres nothing too good for him MARRIED CLAIrZTISDALEMI Jesse Clark and Miss Alice Tisdale of Berea were mar ried Thursday by Squire Armer PniLiEcKBAiLAim Gather Phil peck and Miss IJzzie Ballardof Cooks burg were married Monday at the Richmond Hotel RnonusHoBBAKD License was issued Monday to Wallace Rhodus and Sallle Hubbard of this county GOUCHEIJBARNES Austin Goucher formerly of this place was married in Lexington last week to Miss Miranda Barnes of Kicholasville BIRTHS BzNNmrrxTo the wife of Mr Neale Bennett nee Miss Mayme Thompson of Ht Sterling on the 6th irist a girl Hoods IPiiis Do not gripe nor Irritate the alimentary canal They net gently yetI promptly cleanse effectually and Give ComfolSold by alt druggists 25 cents Exposure is a misfortune but it Is folly for a man toexpose himself Infant mortality is something fright ful Nearly ono die before they reach one year onethird before they are five and onehalf befoie they are fifteen I The timely use of Whites Cream Vermifuge would save a majority of these precious lives Perry and Thomas 7nov lm You must first an empty vessel before vou can bo filled with all the on every box of the genuine Laxative Tlblcta the Temedy tbat cure a eeld la one day Goldmay be the key to society but povurtyif Its strongest giyonbypreventedfllke When it comes to taking the stump a maiden effort ia not always a speech in favor of woman suffrage v Thousands ofHjen and women suffet withteantehdWhthhiddLttfljoJ11ehr otih x tnt WJIt ht a jitnre 10 hlMUM Tift Jr TtiaTu Scrofula The Cause Eczema catarrh hip disease white swelinjr and even consumption have their origin in scrofulous conditions With tlc slichtest taint of scrofula in the blood there is no safety The remedy for this diconse in sUlfa forms in Hoods Snrsaparilla which goes to the root of the trouble and expels all impurities and disease germs from the blood The family cathartic is Hoods Pills A fellow may rush out hurriedly between acts to see a man but he never comes back out of breath Take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care ol themselves Large things aro but an aggregation of small things If we take care of the small things we arein effect taking care if time larg3 things which the small shines combine to wake Take care ol what you eat when you nt and how you eat and your stomach will take rare of itself But who takes care of such trivial things That is Ally someday the majority of people ave to take caro of the stomach When that tiny comes there is no aid directive in undoing time results of past carelessness as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It strengthens the stomach and restores the organs of di gestion and nutrition to a condition of Healthy activity It cures biliousness neartburn flatulence Indigestion pal pitation dizziness cold extremities and u score of other ailments which are but the symptoms of disorder in the stow ach anti its allied organs SillicusNo man Is really fnmons until lIe is dead Cynicus Been reading tombstone inscriptions Constipation means the accumula tion of waste mattrr should be dis charged daily and unless this is done the foul matter Is absorbed and poisons the system Use Herbine to bring about regularity of the bowls Price SOcts Perry Thomas 7novlrn Hoax Bjones is a regular fire eater isnt he JoazYes I believe he does patronize a light lunch cafe Always Make Love To your wife Remember she is just as 8weet and dainty now as when you used to hold by the hand anti look into her eyes and tell her sue was the only love your hearts delight Half the petulance and distress that makes you so irritable comes from indigestion Yon can cure it by taking Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin It is guaranteed by druggists Uuov 1m When a young man once gets fairly started on the he leesIlownwanlrathnot attempt to If von are Buffering from drowsiness in time davtime irritability of temper sleepless nights general debility heRd ache and general want of tone of tIme system use Herblne You will get re lief and finally a cure Pricp 50 cents Perry Thomas 7novl in Lots of men think more of their shoes than they do of time hereafter when it comes to saving their soles So Didnt Care HousewifeMy dear I see n two column article In the Sunday paper about how even flour Is being adulter ulldHnsbandwell I dont carp nor need vou We cant git nothin wrong with our stumick if we take Dr CaM wells Syrup Pepsin All druggists soil it 14nov1m The postman may not be literary hut nevertheless ho is nnimportant man of letters For burns Cllti bruises lacerations or injuries of any description Ballardp Snow Liniment is sovereign remedy It never fails to do good antI so promptly that its wonderful curative properties frequently create surprise Price 25 and cents Perry and Thomas 7novlm No Maudo dearthe man who raises Indian corn is not an Oriental corner How sillyWhatWol You Givo To be cured of catarrh If you or your triends have thisilIsoaFeyon know how diagreabo it is lie Symplons arc in flamed 111 throbbing temples ringing noises in the enrpheulaclicsrapriciour appetite and constant discharge of mucus Fortunately its cure is not a question 61 what you will give but what you will take If you will take Hoods Sarsaparilln the great constitu tional remedy which thoroughly puri lieS enriches and vitalizes the blood nncilnermancnlh reaching the delicate passage of time mucous Imembrane soothes nnd re builds time tissues and ultimately cures all symptoms of catarrh Hn vIm The bark of time dogwood tree hasnt nearly as much rite as the sassafras It you have sore throat soreness across time bark or Mdc or your lungs feel sore or tender or you me threat ened with diphtheria or pneumonianp ply IJallanVs Snow Liniment externally anti use Conssens Honey of Tar Perry Thomas 7novlm Some men lay by money for a rainy lay while others borrow umbrella Druggist Morgan of Crawfonlsville Ind says Dr Caldwells Syrup lep sin is n medicine I can conscientiously recommend as it does just what you claim It is the best laxative I ever saw Sold by druggists Hnovlm There Ts no reason why an old sea dog shouldnt sail in a cat boat TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brown Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure JW Groves signature is on each box 25 cents Lots of fellows make a good front without much backing A Famous Palatine May bo worth millions or a big pump kin take first premium but Dr Caldwefls Syrup Pepsin brings more joy every day as it becomes bettor known and more neraly used fur constipation indigestion sick heartache ami stomach trouble Get it nt druggists Hnovlin A philosopher is a nan who never at tempts to argue with his wife Illirumalism Catarrh are BloOd Disease Cnijd Free It is the deepseated obstinate cases of catarrh or rheumatism Unit B B B Botanic Blood balmcures If doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed It B Bdrains out the specific poison in time bloid that causes rheumatism or catarrh making a perfect cure It you have pains or aches in bones joints or back swollen glands talnte noises in the head discharges of rnueuousuiceration of the membranes blood thinget easily tired a treatment with B B B will stop every sympton by makinjr the blood pure and rich Druggists SI Trial treatment free by addressing BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical ad vice given 2 Some women macry for money and some for alimony Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting lad dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad sase have been permanently cured by it t is equally itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost nltCli and chronic sore eyes 25 cts par box Dr Cailja Condition Powders art just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vnnlfu They are not food but medicine ana the best in use to put a horse la prime condition Price 2 stsperpackage1h do Worst are nsuall tuB tnincs we do most Ittti M 1LWtr1H 1 CtJ41I Laxntlw Brotnu Qvlnlne PaletIm- BPIc ft eoI4JIttH dr ca vtt9 7s riM t8 4 tt d PritShowstIvroaji r i rn a S w J O tcn t Ut r4rn t r S + + + j+ + + J51 fk f3 fk f THE MAGNITUDOF TIlE PURCHASES IN FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE AT THE 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 8888-e STHE BUYERS FOR THE GREAT CORPORATION5S I TheBusyBeeCash Store Co I S Are men of long and tried experience and their efforts to make this 0 season The Banner Season in all departments will be fully realized S ALL PAST EFFORTS ENTIRELY LOST SIGHT OF S S 5 vGARRETTFor our customers Our EagleEyed Buyers have searched the Eastern and Western Markets with the Tenacity of Bloodhounds for the bargains we now offer you and with COLD CASH to blank down for any and all bills purchased we offer our customers the cream of the market at Low Cash prices never before offered le the work for ns it will COLD CASH do it for you Bring along your money and get our hardearneddollar prices for our motto ii Umlerby Undersell Cash WE ARE SHOWING all the new weaves in our Dress Gooils Department Ye netian Cloths Brondcloths Armnres Solils Zebilenes Grnnito Clnths Herrincbom Cl ViOls Sharkskins Scotch riaids Homespuns Golf Goods in plain and plaid backs and other goods In favor this season You can buy 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 on you WE ARE SHOWING the largest assortment of Outing Cloths amid Fleeced Back Wrapper Goods ever shown in this city We offer good choice patterns in Outing Cloth at 5c per yd Best quality from 6Jf to 84 PRICES- on Domestics ofDomesticsassortment Cotton weight salesmen get and with GOODS ONLY trade pricesto cinbringfamily verybestprise antI delight customers them SHOES Nobbiest Most StylishAnd Suits are to in our Clothing Department never did the good of this and surrounding counties have the golden opportunity offered them buy C1otiing at we are offering them now Boys Good Cassimere 2piece Knee Suits for 9Sc worth 175 Boys 3piece Cassimere Suits good winter weight fit boy from 19 years old for 248 worth 500 Mens nice winter weight Cassimere Suits 248 are selling allwool Scotch Cassimere Suits for men that duplicate for less they fit good tailormade garments we are showing a assortment of patterns in 125 150 198 348 498 Knee Suits for Boysjire the talk of towlOur Suits in nice qualities styles from 450 1000 for elegance in fit our Mens 750 1000 and 1200 Suits surpass them all are showing Mens Boys Childrens Overcoats at about cost of producing similar of style quality All thH Raglans uptodate styles are found our Overcoat stock It will pay investigateour Clothing stock before purchasing YOU CAN SPEND Half a day looking at our pretty Wraps llajr lane Tailormade Suits Walking Skirts Tailormade Skirts and fleadytoWtmr Garments anti then not see them all Vu have never in the history of our business career shown such an assortment of these goods The very latest styles the best fitting garments tho lowest prices are all to be had in this Our of Children and Misses Capes and Jackets are the prettiest in the city Get our prices see time new styles get posted see our Cloaks before you buv All Carpets Linoleums Mattings and Druggets will be sold at manufacturers cost io close time stock as fall stock is so enormous that we havent room to handle these goods during October November and If you need Carpets or Rugs take advantage of this opportunity to buy them We still have Clover Leaf Towels at Genuino Buttermilk Soap at Sc Heavy Seamless SOK at 5c Bo Ribbed Hose C to 9 at Sc Silk Suspenders at lOc The Best Mens Black Sox at lOc The Best Ladies Black Hose lOc We Have a Limited Lot of 104 Heavy Bed Blankets at SOc See our Corduroy Pants price Sl75 are- 250 We Have Corduroy Knee Pants at 4Jc per Pants extra quality at 148 per pair We are showing the best lineof Ladies Kid Gloves In tho city We guarantee our 9Sj ner pair Ladies Kid Gloves Pins Ie per paper Hair Pins Ic per box Lead Pencils Ic each Thbe filled with Colored Pins 5n Pearl Buttons good quality 3c dozen Shoo Laces 5c bunch Nice Quality Crash 4c yd All Crash 5c yd Hat Pius Ie each Jeweled Hat Pins 5c each i Pinc1lIiT Combs Fancy Ornaments GET OUR all lines of We can save you lots of than anybody We sell good Calico at 3J c per yd good Brown 30inch wide and heavy at Sc per yd Go down time line with one of our our prices compare others OUR are SOLD for CASH You pay for no old bad debts when you with us Cash I IN OUR SHOE are making prices on good Custommade Boots and up with all kinds of shoes and boots for your at are naming on them causes exclamations of sui from all who see Ladies Misses and FINE A SPECIALTY the best fitting be had people to the prices any 14 to We you cant than 850 as as full this line Our 248 and the Youths and nobby to are style and We Youths and onehalf the Coats same and new and in you to Jackets I department line our Rugs our December lOc Mens Mens Embroidered Gray Mens they worth Boys Linen better Mens In Our Underwear Department You will find anything you want to keep you warm end comfortable during the cold winter mouths We are showing a large assortment of Mens Ladies and Chil drens fine Underwear in 2 piece nnd Union Suits Onr Jon and niellmn priced lines are very strong for this season We sell Mens Ribbed Fleeced Lined Under wear in Vests and Pants nt 24c Childrens Ribbed Vests Fleeced Lined at lOc each Ladies Ribbed Pants and Vests Fleeced Lined at 15c the best grade 25c Boys extra heavy wool fleeced Vests and Pants at 25c worth SOc I Ladies Outing Skirts extra heavy pretty patterns 23c Ladies Allwool Skirts 40Inch long for 49c worth 75c VALUES IN NOTIONS palrahslzesBoys GartersI DEPARTMENT- we The Wehave just received a full line of Straight Front Ribbon Corsets the exact copy of the 500 and 000 Corset except they aro Linen instead of Silk Price 98c to 198 We sell good Corsets for 2C cityJustLadies new style Linen Collars lOc Ladies Patent Leather Pulley Belts 25c Lathes Embroidered Hankorchlefs 5c Real Swiss Embroidered Hankerchiefs lOc 15c 19c llOY8 Suspenders 5c White Bed Spreads full size flOe All colors in Seam Braid 5o buiuh White lallC le bunch Linen Tape 4u bunch all widths Best Cotton 4c itpKidGood Canton Flannel 5c yd ydWhiteMens and Boys Work Shlrtj 23c We wish to call special attention to our immense andCapssimdCapcost you elsewhere GET OUR PRICES I Remember our motto elby Undersell Candownswhen goods are delivered Follow the crowd and you cant miss our store Get in the Band Wagon before you buy elsewhere Thanking you for past favors and hoping that you may take of the great opportunities we are thingsWer I a WD OLWiAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN a r+ + + p- S Q c td cLAY 1 c tInc c r cWeScI cO tr1 c c- S S x I = TJry KodolDyspepsia Cure Digests whatyqu eatItartiflcially digests the food Instrcngthenlngandreconstructlng digestantcan approach It in efficiency It in pcriuanentlycuresDyspepIa Sour IckHcadacheGastra1giampnndnilotherresuitsof Prepared by E C DeWltfc A Co Chicago EOyL1f by Perry Thomas r AND assessment calls on member when losses to other members initiation Bnt Ichmond Kyi office ouiMain Street opposite 3 n tATlTEB Pres mayZlly C C op Q f rif ITne KY Co Investment the South has just factg2jliving benefiTs 13300i- feffi Total aiixount surplus anil reserve 100000 flip fnll paid tip vane of all 13000000 tjt 4IOImranceincoiue iroportjon tptji8 amountof insurance in force I These navantages offered to those who wish jjj buy homtCI through this comj nJt arid both purchaser I toigijH MRS AT MILLION Local Agent Richmond on 1 nOEStWINTER tJ ARE DONT t BUY UNTIL YOU SEE J THEMw lH r H Q SJUH8 + 7 BOOTE efORWOOD SIIOE QNCINNAilOJ atoi Bom 1o otberpropertInsttUitionOleprotect1 F1FEIIGBTNING TOINADO No occur and no fee rupDyTbeche1peat theftatnnehalfjitrthe year agentAnTrustComBpaWOBTUJSccy iXiI DX Sotttka Mitel Mutl m QF EXUNGTON TlleLUinnt Company of TotnIaInt1iHltpaIIin of certficatesis O iu aresjitcial toI SMFJEI BWMJN 11 SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY OUR0 WL DOUGLAS FALL HERE 1 MFGCO 44 44 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 t4 4 44 4 4 4 44j I C11AKOE5 AI- Uffffji taliioctorf ejcftnse adwe refund rJiINJfsreacll gallons t4 tI1Jl Jlr Z Q ICZ rl tI1 t4 enr tI1 JltT1 yyYT yTyyvvyvYvTvTvY + I FREEMAN BROS7 Main St oppCoGrt House i D11QD Wt G liHXPDPCPO nrDPrr IDn nTn nnV v nuALL en hit rrtara tktx at or will rice potion icr artic tV 23 THAN TWO ruwta1JtUldIS erO neeIzahe1ow e325t1J O sCO o x irve Stock 4iO n r + + I T I o un UaJIOQl 8375Ii7 500nrMHlMun or tdka2ltjt4fmitebntu prepay BIY13TJW t crO rT ATTr Distillers 1 a Ecsttes RTlLjQrfennr Arw Neo Omr Wuh and Wo rawt 1 4qJ4I AI1 TIrTItS4SATAWVIbtZ OaUonz wW bu shlvPed h- iiiLlwu our wuDank lJIrt1JIr1cY Dept 1 aUn Exp 00 IIIIIIlpaI OffIi ZSlunegm PITTSBURG Y- oCENTRAL STOCK YARDS i EASTUBERTYPAS OFF SUPERIOR APVANTAGES f0 SH1PPFRS rearrangedIt et Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern niarlvfitsjT andUConsignments for Commission firms given prompt attention pFflVATEHORSESA1ES SIMON ODONNELLEVERY WEEKDAY GeneralMgr n rl s L e rcysDr in ge Tile Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition J876 Prices 50 pet cent lower than Bother factories j r Tile Dralnaje IIJi Permanent hprovem- entjneTjIr Prlee per Price of Dranehes AppmxWethtog fTi1 feeL CaCti Tile each 3 10 s 4 tzZ I 00 tzI 413 a u I i atL13Ir7 2tOOYi as 8 S s a 10mu LLO rJlIJrtJJ2 112 j Price list F O B Cars at Factories ItHe who causes a blade of grass to grow wherenon grew before isa truebeneMetor A n lthn will cause YPllttq be remembered more favorably thaniaskyscrapingmarb1c shaft gg well drana land roduc s he and JjgfcFactoryJ1Nrcr KY jaJit itt 1 r rILej 1i r r Jijf7hi- J i iJ LAND STOCI AND CROP Dr WUkerson of Little RockBour bon bounty bought of J HT Letton Sbropshircdown ewes at G per heat and a ram at 15 Carlisle Mercury JetT Bailee sold to Joo Riles of Rick ruond 80 head of 14QO pound caltle al 5c pound Fox k Logan porchased week 20 head oftniilcs averaging in prices from 80 to 4110 per lipad Uanvlllo News WIOcvrbyoI raristsold in Cin cinnati last week 14 lihds of tobacco at 412 50 to 5005 J 1 Jiooth sold seen S137Icl2OJ3sold three at1e75 fO 50 and 1050 fLTIle Harrodsburp Democrat notestue sale of a hnmb r of veal calves at4 tS 5 cents a crop of bclnp at S4 05 Rio of 1200 pouud steers at 440rscveraLlolfc- of hogs at 4c 800 bales of af 50c cwt a lot of G3 pound lambs at 3jc 70 Rood stock ewes at 51 05 each HudgenThnrsdaygood prices were obtained on allprt p erty Horses J25 to 70 muleicolt ijogftUmated at 4 bushels 135 Iofl50 per shock about 50 tons of hay at S3 per aucUoneerCynthiiau PABIS CODBT There was a large crowd iu Paris yesterday to attend No vember court and talk politics There aCewstock pens Hen Woodford bought 1050 pound cattle at 10 W G and T HTalbott bought 25 800 pound cattle from McIntyre McClintock atoll pound Frank P Bedford bought 25 atS2ilearnedBourbon followingt9SS211milchheadfathoge375and r cwt corn in field 160 corn in crib 105 oats lOO per ton baled clover bay S075per ton Every grower of hogs should take ucculcntloodforthrives best when he lies an occasional fjed of ropts And pumpkins lie plenty of water with his food ani when it is impossible to give it in the thlllgisclover hay Farmers Home Journal ofarmerapense of dehorning their cattlft when they grow up Buy a five cent stick of polish and when the little horns make the first sign of starting on the calves wet them with a little water and rub them over wflhthe caustic stick and IntendedApples should be gathered as soon as and the surplus and inferior specimens should not be left upon til breedillsectsappleworm othfabrictrees with a single long tack will catch theyleltransformation into moths Examine them weekly and kill all worms and puba that are found Rural World In the estimation of tho most experienced men of the market the itTheand it is evident only two manufact urera are on the market for this crop at present Urder the circumstances there is no competition new tobacco therefore prices on this crop lire n manufacturers caretoconditions at present are not the beet Bud tobacco is too soft to keepwithout offerlngteKentuckywaitinggame scottthe totoiarloadat 30 each and 14 yearlings for SilO Messrs Mack anjl Trap Nichols of near Nevada sold a of feeder yatsome smaller ones of tbc same grade at attendedthe 0hendtoDrAt GiYens stable court day horses rnboughtJohn L Lewis of Lexington boucht 5 JakeTrisltrlargecrowdcommonlyaccepted ilycanelferimenlsdifferent families were crafted with success for example the maple upqnthecnstoroll Sl1YinflIGOING TO RtST A YEAR Public Ledger o rsfharrisont liethztccenot to raise any tobacco next year on condition all growers will sign the same ruehinkthe tobacco section of tho State next calf= The ArlO Sell Defense The popular idea expressed in the selfdefenseslmrsthehas to defend himself from are visible and external But the real danr of every man is from minute andoftn in andtheletheThe one defense against these enemies PiercGoldenr Msuistancesblood is pure there is rio harborage for OdgigoulyWhencorrupt fI consider your Golden Medical DUcorerr iZortgomerwest three yrs ago I gorpoiaonedwith ththeI thought IWOIlI IIrO day tried dicr rbutallDrlIeTqs ginDr FieM FMMMit3fll ts curscoa tJpatMM OVt tl r a do suffer I WOMEN socalled healthy women suffer they are not healthy 1 The marks left by pain are onthe young faces of many of our daughters Pain that leaves its mark comes from a curable MUST WOMEN SUFFER cause it mat cause is not removed its influence reaches out and overshadows whole life The reason Lydia E Jnk1i ms Vegetable Compound has been so uni formly successful for over a quarter of a century in overcoming the suffering of women s that it is thorouQh and roes direcU ito the cause It is a woman remedy for womans iUs F Miss EMILY F HAAS of 140 Freeman St Greenpgint Brooklyn N Y writes tr7 i IDEAR MRS PINKHAM I wish to r Mat that fused your Vegetable Com Ipouodtwith the greatest success I was veryjjick for nearly a year with hysteria was downhearted and inervoiis also suffered with painful menstruatiOpand pain in back and x wished for death thirikingttQthing would cure me I had doctors but their medicines did me no good At last by the advice of a friend I began to take Lydia E I Pinkhams Vegetable Compound tz and I am happy to say it has entire ly cured me S JENNIE SHERMAN of Fremont Mich Box 748 writes J DEAR MRS PINKHAM I feel fc that I must writeyou and tell mjA you what your medicine has done for me I had neuralgia JXJof The stomach for two years IF so bad that I could not do any JItorsbetter appetite and after taking three bottles or Compound and one box of Liver Pills can say that I am cured Your Vegetable Compound isa wonderful medicine PITTSBURG STOCK SHOW Pittaburg DUpitcuq thoitoIpossible that they will make it an an nual event that vail attract worldwide attention Stockmen all over the country have shown lively interest in thepending display and recognizing Jmportanceare bending their efforts to make it a succcs General Mana ger Simon CTDonnell said yesterday that an attempt would be made toes tablish an annual exhibition of food producing animals here that mayei courage the improvement qf all classes of live stock The entries comprise gradesIto excel anything of its kind ever held in any other market center of MoArrangements jailsaleEast who noon tho Plttsbur wemarketwepliesranged to cover the stock breeding siblUitiSMeOlittiein the evening a banquet will be given to tho visitlns dealers Hon Frank memberthatoastmastormake an address of welcome The principal speaker willbe SW Aller altcattleton was mentioned in connection with the office of Secretary of Agriculture when President McKinley was select ing his Cabine- tGenernllJanngor ODOnnell saM yes terday To thousands who watch the pro cess of evolution in all directions the Fat Stock Show will be quite interest ing showing the rapid change from the wild long liomod illshaped bovines of the Western plains to the jet black Tdguibarrelsthat catch tho artists eyo And so with other stock particularly with sheep The hairy horned Mexicajus bytheMexico are iio more Even tliose counties have bred up to finer woolen grades S JsiioweWest to present the cvden e ofthe Jtbranchattention by a holiday display In Lon don and Liverpool of some f1l p est cattle in the world forwarded ti iN reel from the Pittshurg exhibition A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of Annie E Springer of 112p H tvard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she Boys of this loyalure9t soon removed the pain In my Behest and I can nw sleep soundly something can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its pralscsT through out the Universe Sowill every one DlscoycryforLungs Price 50c and 100 Trial DrugStoreNOVEMBER JUNE APPLES IJacVson HuBtler ilaratber t growtlShea large crop early in the season and ia how bearing a second time It is something Unusual for a trcn to bear fruit twice the Sifonrlargest was about tlftxsize of a lieu egg x Tliat Tlirobinj liratlaclif AVould1 quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of stinerers have proved theirmatch ss merits for Sick and Nervous Head a They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up yoUr health Easy to take Try theu1 Only 25Cfcnls oney back if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Drugijista 5 Is marriage a failure I should say r cttbI remarkeld an furmerv x Why theres Lucindyglts up in the mornin milks six cows gits breakfast tarts fear children to skewl looksarter e other three feeds the bens likewise motherlessntwenty cpale or milk wslieS the clothes gits dinner of etery It celery ThinkIcould hIro 4 anybdtly to did It forwVtfihogltsf 0 tBtichi Marriage fiirl8aBicces8 F agrMt ucesuIYomanJouraal to 7 v tJ i 1 i- w WEATHER PREDICTION Burlington BecordI According Weather Prophet W W Mnrslfs readings November will beo cally seasonable until the 12th to 14th when the first cold wave will strike tlo Ohio Vlley From that date until o close of the mouth it will be cold Tnerc will bo stares of waterfuring tie entire month The winter is to be a Bvoro ore Extreme cold weatherjs booko I froinjtho 22d of December until the lust ti February hurricane is scheduled for tho North Atlantic be tweed the 6th and 6th of November Tl ese storms will rage fiercest in tho South particularly in Ionislana and Texas A blizzard is to visit the Northwest between tho 12th and 14th of Dec ber VIOLATED GAME LAW zM r Boyle G ole and Mr Heusley rton were attested yesterday after n by the county police and at tho were charged with violating the te game laws The two gentlemen nt out hunting yesterday afternoon st of the city They were unable to rcj ist the temptation to shoot at quail Tho Kentucky Field Club is respon lo for the arrests When arrested ssrs Boyle and Motion had killediseven birds which will subject a fine of 25 per bird At the jnil they gave bond The Kentucky Field Olubis working rd to prevent the killing of quail in closed seasonand has been most successful Tho attorney for the club Mr G A Newman Jr will prosecute those caught violating the law = Nov 2 PRODUCE Having closed out my stock Groceries I will now de vote entire time to the roduce Business Will PoultryEggs in Richmond It will cer tainly prove profitable to you to get my prices be in anythingthis R L GOT ear L N Depot RIOHMONDKY octlOtf t+ CALL AT4 ++ 1 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoafand accomm dating clerks v jfGenuine PhoneS Second St RIOIDlONDKY NTEEDra Indigestionckhoa taken according to directions T DR W 8 CALDWEUL tcyULtut4tsrcoIt U SYIU aP t JMi tauttit t 7 Ii t nEn M ILLIid MANUFACTURER O- FPAINTSOF EVERY DESCBIPTION Sells direct to the cons mer ttJ WH LE ALE rMcu t Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Windowi Glass w Painters cSupplies Generally Stock the Largest Prices Always the Lowest Wall Paper 4c up Window Shades lOc up fieo JH Willging 290 W MAIN RICHMOND KY Y I fJ 0 NOTICE We ironld call your especial attention to the tact that our itodco W AL PAk AND DQRIV EIGN Just received are all sew and of the choicest design and wa Inrlte you to call at our DrugStore on M tin street and Inspect same before buying elsewhere We haTe Mr VL LEEDS connected with tu who will furnish estimates on all work and decorate your rooms in the latest style and at reasonable price We guarantee all work done by lIm tobe nptodata We also carry a complete line- of the very and purest drugs druggist toilet stationery paints and oils Please call andexamine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in you our goods whetheryOu buy or not Kespt PERRY THOMAS CuoctuoKsro mm 213 Mats Street Richmond Ky PHONE JJO 751anlly REPAIRING AND TIME1NO FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY Ieer 80- e8W a All Work Guaranteed Main Street- RICHMOND KY A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PATh CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS MOForiTmr iia ii Pays You 300 for Every + Dollar Invested 71 + atJ tt Branch office front room iiover Jpplins furniture store F i L P TODD MGR i 71 71 71 I 7 ttt4tTHE flStove Question jfttrshowmg theisMcS A GREAT PENINSULAR LINEijtji AND THE t IESTATE OAK AIR TIGHT RADIATOR This will be STOVE MONTH ijinvote JO looking through this Departmeht- 1a4 We have the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY for the Great iinationallab and we want merits their everybody tofamlllarize themselves with the distinctive y Jf1 beowwhIchof repairs fr ECONOMIST RANGE r l T jta n t JiI1 jfti freshest sundries a LELANE iLEX ll tIt 01Zo fien JjJ- 1c tI1 If Jfi 4IPo rr ST RANGE Ilii tunUGrrSQ lYl S1MMONS1R- ARDYaL JJfSTOTES FA- Bmchily INIEMTS I f I WiJ 1IftftJ fl f D1J1I Ie ett uiiiiiiui Pr sy FI c iDRY GOODS t t ttELDERS iBARGAIN STORE Our Stock is complete in every 4 Departmentt 4 Weareshowing the largest line ofeis f CLOAKS CAPES COLLARETTES competitions t DONT FAIL TO INSPEcT OUR 01 I sl ipoURPJcF4scITI OUR MlLLINBRlDBPARTMBNT Is in full blast You are requested to t1siquality style and price We guarantee perfect satisfaction in evejy particular tc Weares owin DRESS GOODSa pretty line ofj JpTo which we invite your inspection w Cork Screws Scta Cigar Cases Sets dozenJt1 loctaKIncn npPhotoDoTer Egg Beaters 8ct BetaBle S and Sets Cooking Forks 3 to Sets 12 White Swiss Ties Seta StsCocoannt tsWe SetsCablneL 2SctsYSetsLittle Banks lOots lOctsCurlingBird Cage Springs Sets dozenRazorTracing Wheels Sets Trunk Locb lOots ctsPaddoieniPinHair Brushes bets np Cake Turners Sets PowderlOcShelf SctsRubberRubber Rattles lOcta Tea BellsIOcts Nntme Graters 1C dozNotee Table Spoons Sets Tea Spoons 4cts UolootslOetsBbaTlng 25c dozen Wax Tapers for lighting Sc Cottage Barometer and Theomomet en combined lOots fl = j tI dozenTacklOctsCarpenters Ham men29cta- Shlnglln Hatchets Slots lOctsShoenpCalocneficts 25ctsLeather 2Vts SctsSOHand Mirrors Sets up 0VireBroilen5ctsTin Buckets Sets jTin Wash Pan Sets Tin Dippers Sets Granite WaahPans lOch We have an assortment of Tinware dseeSwansdown Vbttting white and Sets box lCombsleupS 1TeaupNice 1OelltsGold plated SpectaclesMcts 4AnleeISctsWhisk lOots npSterllnR t 9cPicture themBottle Photo Sx7 Frame to a large 18x Brass Headed Tacks Sets Shoe Polish airkinds Acts JIuk4ctsMucilage lets Dolls Sets np 1 3 Respectfully to Cub 8abmlttedE V ELDER i RICHMOND KY 1 la WINTER U Li Ii rnsfriends andcustomers that I3IFtJ rn Ii our line is cornpletefoyF IIi l1Ii J llEI I JII gmI II It3 t 1 rn Eli 1L enI rjjaIIJ m II Factoryprices II have advancedII on 13 btJotIgiitouriii E dUQ nfrJ4 ments thatj11 interest Injj1neofatr35cVtoi75c Other zgIyCIEEEAp things COlre non 4 roitS l ir EVelYthing dethed in ll13ce I j linea1way kept in sto- ckOLDBAWSJII III WIi S IISSII 11LMi f Dath7b i jti31Li j