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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nJ P 1 I 1 J f p1 1f iott 7 a 4 1t jrr i Tf1E RICHMONDCLIMAX VOLUME 28 11 J RIGHMONI MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1901 NUMBER 3 IIPROFESSIONAL OROf ArrORNEYs r i t RE ROBERTS ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY aOfflce over Climax Office with Jas B Mc Creary Second Stree- tMILLER RW ATTOaKBilttiw RlCHHOHD KBHTVCXT Office n the Bornam Building next door to rmers National Bank feMiy JA SULL1VAL ATtORNSYAT4iA- WRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Think Trust Co op posite Court I1ouse on Mall Street J O D M OHEtfAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RIcHMOND KlKTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaio RIChMOND lCKrUCKY n23Office over Taylor Bros Store J TALQTATTORNEYATLAW niCHitOND KENTUCKY MOfflce In Pratber Building Main Rtreet PSTSIGIAH3 DRiBS N GIBSONP- HYSICIAXSAND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in thr oe Ccilini building and to Sec ond Street JVnue t old drus tcre a CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary Colkge Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty omce at stable on corner First and Water Streets RIchmond Kyapr74y H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice Prather Buildinc Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place en Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS MD Jw PHYSICIAN AND OBOKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY Dt 1attte Soot nEICTIST op LOCISVILLB Ky eyOfflce next door to Government Building ntcbmSnd Ky Office hours9 to 1J1 to 4 novl7ly Dr Louis IL Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No lilt Madison Avenue Covlnglon Ky will be at Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Rimaylly Mine HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and t Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky septlBtf Our Goods AND Our prices Compel 3outb trade with us when you give us a trial 1B ffi1 111bB 1 mt mJIDmO i DI 1Ue The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy cncyou have the Jatest liptodate goo s K that what YQU want If so trade with h iteANDGIbSO ni +++ + CALL 11+++ + JONES MERSBINS- iLOOM P11LOK WHEN IM TOWN Coolest and most refreshm of drinks that can be fount diipensedbydating clerks I SanMta w KIdN hI Pfaone 3 8t- JliopjLQXJ 4Ir++ JEWELRY e jeThe largest stockin central Kentucky wjll be found at VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecondand t+ f Swiss Watches also rfs DIamond Setting aidfbe t Jewelry Work done by Workmen+ + + I nisi make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC anti Designing done by a flue Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto It RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY llfebly HINDI PORESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Man of Me TTRENCH REMEDY produces the stove resnttA In 30 aijI1ocssanity and Consumption Young Men repaln Min Itgives InIcnanatee DR JEAN OHARRA Parit For sale by Stockton llacan Drncsists 3ffrjSucessortoJ ill Vf Azbill Livery hi aai Sb Slie IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad tohave all my oldcustomers call and see me Rates reasonable RICHMOND meh27Jy KENTUCKY ATTENTmN PLBA E I 4+ +++ Our Pretty fTo PAPER I t+ + + + ++ + ++ WE deSIre to call yonr attention the fact that as this is the heltlnnlng or a ncv year aa well as the 20th Century that we are en deavoring to keep up with progress of time this year by enlarging our stock ot WALL PAPER ep DECORATITE GOODS So this season We will be able to show and furnish IOU any and all of the choicest and prettiest designs As we Lave bought an extensive stock direct from the mannfacturers and can furnish Wall Papers ranging in prices from the cheapmt to the nucst and most elbaorate designs and feel confident we can ul afy your wants In this line We will also furnish Wall Moulding to match any shade oS Wall Paper yon may select and will cheerfnlly fur fish estimates on work In this line 10 Free of Charge IWe respectfully invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main Street and see our wall paper and get our prices before buying as ire can save you money and we will take plcasi ure in waiting upon you and yonr wants Our prices are the Jowet Thanking yon In advance we are Yours respectfully PERRY THOMAS Wall Paper Co W U LKKDS Painter and Decorator lijantf PHONE 75 SOUTHERN Kfi1LWt1Y I 1 KENTUCKY CaOnssd ScLdii Is Efect sy zo Itet UTOOUIID hot NOSL Nas Lv Lou vlll 1am i1prs Ar SheibjylileClOan lI3pm 9rpm Ar Larencebg 9fui t2pm 945piu- Ar Versailles lOltam 47pmiaWpm Ar Lexington lOl5an 7ltpcl lOEprn vxaTBonnn No Not Not- Lv Islnion7Jan 4sipmiEAr Versailles7 ac lIopm 33am Ar tTencel 830aQ 63 pm 5Mam Ar 3helbyr Ifc Licam M5pm 833am AT IxwlrrHl IDOan74Opm7fOsifl JIuTBOU1UJ ytSTBOngP No13hfLllrarzos WcZihINl4- 1Simteofiffl LT LouUTU Ar 740pm itSfrpEi M09aro ir LrncbrirAH lI30pm MOara TlSpra ia Smn 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osr1rI7- O5IIlIOIdVPO 3 4 WuhtDCtoDU c WRhIags V0- WATcuGPA wgaTaTLiLGP- AvkIe 0 G i1- Mi b r ALABAMAS CAPITAL Visited and Described Hy Mr J Ed CosbyA M f1 moth Cotton Factory MONTGOMERY ALA May 20 1001 Editor Climax I bade you farewell in my last corn inutifcatIon7rqnifjayBoti fa The nextday veto ItIie 3 pi m train fcr MbntKomorythe capital of Alabama to visit my cousin Elzti Cosby who was formerly a citizen of Madison cOunty but who some years ago came South in search of n fortune lie was born near Valley View came to Itichmond in 1337 and clerked for lee Turner and later with A E Aslny nod Mr Mc Clanahan Although he received a salary of only S75 which was laer raised to 100 a year ho managed to lay up some money and now is the pot sessor ofa fine cotton plantation of acres eight miles from Montgomery Such 1lre the rewards of industry and frugality We fo nd Montgomery a beautiful city of 30000 inhabitants The State capitol is commandingly located affording a splendid view of the city and also of the Alabama river On entering the capitol building our attention was called toa large golden star with tho name of Jefferson Davis engraved upon it This Ear marks the spot where this distinguished Kentuckian stood the day ha was inaugu rated President of the Southern Con federacy fstood on the same star but I want to say right here that Iam not a Jefferson David fn ability or celebritv sOn the thirdfloor 9f the capitolUuililingt wwere shown the Red Room formerly occupied by President Davis There were his bed dresser table chairs bowl pitcher etc just as he had left them On the table was Isis valise as if he had just crime in from a tour of his beloved South These historical relics are all neatly kept and are objects ot veneration by the Southern people We also visited the Peoples Cotton Factory which is capitalized at 250000 and employs 240 liands We watched the interesting process of cotton manufacture from the moment tie crude product was taken lo the gin until it came out in finished bolts ready to be made into wearing apparel This factory has 10000 spindles 320 looms and manu factures 17000 yards of finished cloth per day All of the machinery is automatic If one thread breaks in a loom the loom stops until the thread is monde and then it starts itself It will not run with even one thread broken I now lay down my pen to take the 645 train for our Old Ken lucky hOU1eat Red House where my wife and I have lived for 42 years where we have passed many pleasant days with our family and friends and where we expect to dwell until called to that final home an house not made with hands eternal in the heavens Very truly- J ED Cosnv Facts About Eyes Blue eyes are said to be the weakest Upturnedeyes are typical of dovo tionWide open eyes aro indicative of rashness Brown eyes are said by oculists to be the strongest Small eyes are supposed to indicate cunning Tile downcast eye has in all aces been typical of modesty The proper distance between the eyes is the width of one eye People of melancholic temperament rarely have clear blue eyes Eyes with long sharp corners indicate great discernment and penetra tionThe white of the eye showing be neatii the iris is indicative of nobility of character Grav ryes turning green in anger or excitement are Indicative of a choleric temperament When the upper lid covers half or more of the pupil the indication is of cool deliberation Pasie8jhlrizontaly cates mental ability Unsteady byes rapidly jerking from side to side are frequently indicative of an unsettled r indo It is sail that the prevailing colors of eyes among the patients of lunatic asylums are brown and black Mark Hanna keeps on joining things The latest to acquire him is the Cleveland Street Railway Employ ers Association The first thing Mark knows hn will be forced to become PresMenOn spite of himself Rock=a Bye Baby These are sweet vords but how much pain and sufertnr hay used to mean Its different now SIne Mothers Frlsnd has become known expectant mothers have been spared much of the anguish of childbirth Mothers frlrtf is a liniment to be applied externally it Is rubbed thoroughly Into Ihe muscles of the abdomen It gives elasticity and strength and when the final great strain comes they quickly and easily without pain Mothers Friend Is never taken internally Internal remedies at thlUm 40 mere harm than good If I wome Is iuppq with thc 1endd lei Mitt she Med nertour rising or swcllm- creU wornlnf stekn a rUl1of the iaSoroferWwJik WM aiy acgom aiiy jw r acy The propdMor ot a large ltoWlaT dses yrif kH a s1d- with JMrftrIt clt1tct P Inc Her HcoM prep A1 Motber Frd waa used ead- th isb t bfsec the ocoi- Itimftd i csrInly pII cwl1jsrb4 oLD BRADITZLD HWJtJtATQR CO Atlanta Ga- i1utratdI Write lamttnt biwkK IWor Ilebi iIo t Democratic Call At a meeting of the City Democratic KyMayJno U Chenault C T Wells and W R Shackelford being present and after hearing the various candidates for City offices the following call was issued 1st It is prdered that a Democratic primary election held at the various vuiing places In Hichmond Ky on Thursday June 20th Ijoi to select CityJudgeCity Council Chief of Police Justice of the Peace and Constable for said city of Richmond to be voted for at the opesfromfor purpose aforesaid iud That for the purpose of de fraying the expenses of said primary election the fur the various offices who desire their names placed 011 the ballots to be voted for at said primary election shall on or before June tiih at 12 oclock noon deposit with the chairman of this committee the following uums of money viz Eachcandidate for Mayor City Judge City Attorney stud Chief of Police 10 for J ustice of the Peace and Constable 5 for Councilmen 2 3rd That said primary shall be conducted by ofllicrs to be hereafter named by this committee 4tb That the Chairman and Secretary of this Committee are hereby ap pointed to provide ballots and make all arrangements for holding said dee tion 5th That all legal and qualified voters In the city of Itichm ud who consider themselves and are known to be Democrats and who will support the nominees of this primary election and all young men now under the age of 21 majoritybeforeand who declare their purpose of allilia ting with the Democratic party shall be entitled to vote in said primary election Gth This primary election shall be held under tho State law governing primary elections CityCommitteeW R SHACKELFOKD ANTITOXIN 1OK SiX DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States fn the Corn Belt show losses In 1839 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr 111 DeVnux otter several years of scientific experiments and study succeeded in isolating the true- gennofswinodiseasesand a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago 400 Out bogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive bitter and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the Injection or their AntitoxIn In well swlnn will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will ntreat least IS percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any ttrrcer caa easily Mdm la liter the Aatlloxla Order according to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hoEs 100 Antitoxin Syringe S3SO DeVaux Chemical Company Vn Buren Street Chicago 21aprly The colonial question is settled at last Porto Rico anti the Philippines are as much apart of the United Stales as Arizona and Oklahoma but there is nothing to prevent or all of these from being barred out by tariff laws differ ing from those in force in the States Dyspeptics cannot be long lived be cause to live reqnlres nourishment Food is notnourishing until it is digest ed A discorded stomach cannot digest food it must have assistance Kodol Dyepepsia Cure digests all kirds of aid from the stomach allowing it to rest and regain its natural functions Its nlements are exactly the same as the natural digestive fluids and it simply cant help hilt do you good PEBRY THOMAS Even those who agree with Mr McLauriti wonder why ho does not come out frankly under his true colors as a Republican instead of fighting under the ensign of a party whose doctrines he repudiates Low Rates to the Pan American Exposition Via Queen Crescent Route Double daily service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information lomaytf Justice Brown seems to hav heM the balance of power deciding for the government on one set of cases and against it on the other Still lila rea soning is clear and his position easily understandable The doctors told me my conch was incurable One MInute Conch Cure made me a well manNorrls Silver North Stratford N H Because youve not found relief for a stubborn cough dont despair One Minute Conch Cure has cured thousands and it will cure you Sate and sure PERUY ft THOMAS No thief eer felt the halter draw with f ood opinion of the law The same may be said of Captain CArfcrs business associates in the Savannah steaL hafiingivyquickly cured by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the certain pile cure PEURY A THOMAS General News Gen ChafTee and two companies of militia have arrived at Manila The business sessions of the Amen can Medical Association were hold at St Paul Edward Kimball noted fr his long ecrviyc in pacing off church dobtildead nt Chicago James Staccy of Macon Mo while temporally insane killed his wile and daughter and committed enicHe A largo powder magazine at Mare stand Navy Yard exploded cMiising a tOss of fiaOOOO but no loss of life Miss fiibley daughter of the Con gressman and Wp5 Wileon of Vaih ngton were married at Franklin Pa Gov McSwreney of South Carolina lies senta warm letter to ienntor Ken Tillman agreeing to accept the latter1 resignationMore 100 bucket shops in Ifew York have been driven out of business by the restrictions of the amended war revenue law The court ordered a verdict for the deiendant ia the suit of Mrs Wood bury agaimt Mrs Eddy time Christian Scientist at Boston At Be verton Mich Will Ar ell- killed his daughter wounded 1iariSe aid willi shootlnK at sleter wllen mortally wounded by hi bfotherial4w- IB assilt for 5OO Agar RstlteSo4IJh WH i1rHdtlfrrodburg1Mtk Mr 8am Foreyth wtwaivwi a verdict lee f1000 A twin etraek Mr Pr8yh 8tn uoot In whiofc Ira jem e4n4IbIyc Ben aNd IIobettHiNlna rqireeeft ed the I Dot talk to a busy liiYh lorhe chancM are that lie wont kuogr a tMLlt you Bald when yosi are tlirouftlt I c DOCTORS IIsay Scotts Emulsion Is the best help But you must continue use even In hot weather If you sajnplsSCOTT407415 reatl Etrcet jfcvr York SX and ftoo alt druggist ITS v TOBS FASHIONS Ilatislu sailor nnd boloros are edged with cietoune applique tiimniing with delightful cITcct Some elite new hats show a double brim effect Flowers of the very dain tiest varieties and colorings fill the Ipaces between the brims Hyacinthbhio is a formidable rival of turqnoisA It is very beautiful The passion forantique and Oriental jewels still prevails Tim most porn lar pins are modeled after the famous fibulas that tho Unmans used to hold their togas together One of the daintiest gowns turned out recently by Lord Taylor is of embroidered muslin with richly nee dleworked flounces adjusted to the skirt by lace Vandykes Many fashions of recent prestige with us in greater stages 01 elaboration Ornamentation in every conceivable line runs riot The most fashionable skills hang upon silk fouiiilations Lace incrustation fihirringg tuck inge feather btUchings herringbone and briar stich needlework are nil used in the adornment of high class Hummer costumes Tho II G corset is in such wide Ilemand because of its superior uttri butes of comfort and symuiutry that ladies will not appear even in the sanctity of the boudoir witlnnit it The floral hat is one of fashions pret tiest caprices Leaves form the crown and flowers make the brim White petticoats show masses of clustered tucks anJ lace vaudyke insertions Many charming frocks are appllqucd with patina or crotonne floweret with exquisite effect The colors appearing therin tire varied and exquisite A pretty costume combines blue and white cloth the blue skirt being trimmed with white bands to simulate dainty is a hat of fine white straw and tulle with double brim filled in with pink roses Black velvet bows give the hat an additional cachet Every lady contemplating a trip this summer should invest in the new trunk which bulges at top and sides so that it can only stand the one way and serves as a wardrobe when in ones room Send to the Innovation Trunk Co 213 Fifth avenue New York for full illustrations and particu larsBordered voiles are new cowers se curing ready recognition The tea gown ol today is a frivolous affair all fluffinessrlluttering lace and ribbonsJowelled ornaments and fanciful braids appear among ornate dress trim minKS EVELYN CABLE DOYLESVILLE Born to the wife of Leo Abuey May 29 a 12 pound boy Scudder D Farmers are very much behind with crops in this vicinity at present Mrs James Eades who has been sick for some time is at present con valescingMr Mrs Green Jones and little son Fred of Tynor Jackson county spoilt the past week with their daugh ter Mrs W C Gritfgs in this place- A large crowd attended the deeora jolt of our little cemetery at this place last Thursday evening May 30 and listened to very appropriate speeches by Revs Grider and P C Everaone of College Hill Now that the islands have been annexed by treaty and divorced by Actor Congress perhaps justice may spruce up and get to work on Neeley and Rathbone THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TKEATMBXT BY WHICH UliUNKAUDS AUK I5KIXG CUUKI DAILY IN SllTB Ui THEM SELVES No Noxious Dims No Weakening of tho Nerves A 1lrasaht ana Iusitivo Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known shIll un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A hotly tilled with poisonand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat iiiK liquorarequires an antidote of neutralizing audcmditatlnJ this poison and destroying tilt craving for intoxicants Saifuners way now cure themsulves at homo without publicity or loss of time from Inisinfiss hv this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which has been perfected after many ear8 of close study rind treatment of inebriates use according to directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure time most obstinate tiie 110 matter how hard a drinker Our records how the marvelous transformation of thousands Ir Drunkards Into sober industrious mtllI YOUR rUnE H US II This remedy is specifIcfor isItaste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coffee without the know dge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made bill perate men by having the CURE administered by loving friends and rela lives without their knowledge in coffee theyhi4ieulltlflucd will DO NOT WAIT Do pot be deluded by acparent and mialeadln IHJ pO3vtnent Drive ont the dwewiA at 1MIe4I for all time The HOME lraMwithin re ch of every body treatment wore effectual than other costing te MOreetiOlHIlCIOQCDlnYNeh b1IIkUIedpbpiulnllllrhenrequMd ers HentpNpajdtfjany put athe vprid Dr OueDoIIr A Mrfi Pept C 911 EDWIN a GILES COMPANY 233 and 2M2 Market r 11 ellJliijl All correnpumyuce strictly confideo tWo lmnay48 His Faith in Figures Philadelphia Postl Lord Kelvin otherwise Prof William Thompson is a world fatnous scientist with fellowships Rod memberships galore iu the learned societies of the civilized nations of the world He is but a little less than eightv years of age but still retains the position that he has held for two score years of pro fessor of natural philosophy the Uni versity of Gasgow the institution where ho himself was educated As a professor he has some pecullariticsat d one of them is the habit of saying when a doubting question is put to him as i6 the absolute certainty of some proposition Didnt I figure that out myself The question is not put irritably or egoiistically asa rule it is merely the nntaral remark of a man vho has been acknowledged leader of worldwide fame for so many years One day when lecturing on electricity he told his class that while a vol taige of three thousand or so would be fatal to a man a voltage of say some three hundred thousand wonld be perfectly harmless With a current of far more than ordi nary voltage he was going to give them a practical illustration of the set on himself right there before them The students could hardly believe their cart but as he stepped toward the electrical transformer a cry of dissent anti horror went tip Try it on a dog Try it on an ani mall came from all parts of the led ureroom Lord Kelvin turned it stiff dignity and cast a look of reproach over the class These wore his own pupils who were doubting himit was in his beloved Uuiversit of Glasgow To doubt on some minor point would not have hurt him but to think that they could question the reliability of his carefully prepared figures on a matter of such moment was really painful For a few moments he looked at them in silence Didnt I figure it out myself he said at length and then there was only sileiice as he continued on his way to the apparatus ant safely turned the trem9udous voltage into himself Low Rates via Queen and Crescent Route lo The Following Points Montreal N C Christian Workers Assembly July 21 to August 4 On sale July 22nd good returning Auir 8 Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge U P O E July 23 to 25 Long limit and low rates MeetingState26 One fare the round trip good returning August 10 Montreal N O Montreal BIble Con ference August 11 to 25 Low rates good returning 27 Ask ticket agentsfor full particulars So Lawson is to race after all We congratulate him and the country but we cannot congratulate the snobbish New York Yacht Club on the way in which the agreement was brought about The bilious tired nervous man cannot successfully compete with his EarlyRlscrstion will remove tIme cause of your troubles Perry Thomas Reallwe can think of a good many things bettor worth the while of color ed divines than making laces at Hooker Washington A surgical operation is not necessary to cure piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve saves all that expense and never fails Beware of counterfeits Perry Thomas WHITES STATION Delyed Letter Miss Kate Walker of Richmond is visiting Mrs George White Miss Hallie Campbell of Paint Lick is the charming guest of Miss Mary is in this vicinity is very back ward and turning yellow owning to time recent cold spell What the matter with the weather anyhow Damfino LOSTA school trustee Anybody giving information leading to the discovery of same will be handsomely rewarded by numerous applicants for said schoolMr and Mrs Jack Twigs have re turned home and expect to bo joined later by Mr and Mrs Hamburg Twill and Miss Gladys Twijrg of Colwicbt England whom they left in Florida White Station has erected a bridge over the river below the town thats a woik of art There wilt be cheap rates next Sunday on all railroads running into White Station for time benefit of those who are anxious to see this bridge Music will be furnished by Claude Teiupbcrans band Who said High Bridge Blackburn on Reorganization United States Senator J C S Black burn was recently interviewed at Washington as to the progress made in Kentucky by the reorganizers of the Democratic party lie answered In hi chararloristic style and it will be inter esting to those who are watching the efforts of iheoe political Hacks Sena tot Blackburn said The Democratic party needsTTb re organization he declared with the vehemence conviction If it did we would turn the job over to Mark Hanna rather than to Grover Cleveland Hanna has demonstrated that he has capacity as as an organizer while Cleveland la chiefly remembered as a diRorganizer of his party The trouble Is Senator Blackburn explained that most of tli men who are NOW arixToui t have the Demo cratic party reorganized burned their bridges behind iheui when they left the pArty In 1800 As thpycmt get back into the party they reno ting totthe party watwdo to thPBK It is ttk a MB who hM been ant to jail awl in hi terininjfrfor society tries to Kt veryona else in the MHM preHe t flu men who Vve fought the bnttltit eftlwi etJIOCAfkpartv during ItMpMtfira years umell wbp ettheir fortdttw with it and ww willing to find or Ml withiltm principle nnot Worrying aboatito nohEMifuUpni The SantihKO medals HUMid are- to have Sampsons boat upon them probably in token of the battle h- winl 1J t A GREAT LINE OF SPRING BARGAII8 500 Allwool Ments Casi mere Suits swell paterns t style and fit at 399 500 Allwool Clay Wor sted Suits best values ever shown in Lexington for 499 I They are made up in the very best style lined with farmers satin sewed with silk thread and of the latest I IcutI stored prepara makes cleanses AlIdnizik4- sI 250 guaranteed All the ask Full line and manufactured 0 Co 200 and Bal briggan Underwear 19c best in sizes COME EARLY AVOID 2= RUSH Biggest Sale Ever Held Lexington LOUTS GUS STRAUS CLOTHIERS FINE MERCHANT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY II COFflJA THE REACH or ALL be its all 4- I at to IS Tile RULE BUT any kind you Always upon getting it LION pure and glazed or egg mixtures chemicals in every package of COFFEE you will find a illustrated ancj descriptive list No housekeeper In fact no woman man or will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness J comfort and convenience and which they by cutting out a certain of Heads j the wrappers of packages which is the only in which this coffee is Sold WOOLSON SPICE CO TOLEDO w GRAY STREAKS Why let all your hors and friendsthink must twentytJI older than you are Yet its impossible to look young with the color of 70 years in the hair Its sad to young persons prematurely old in this way Sad be cause unneces sary for gray hair may always re to its n a t uralC by using iairir1QoT1 I For over a i4 tury this has been the standard hair I tion It is an elegant dressing stops Jail I ing of the hair the hair grow and 1 the scalp 4 from dandruff 1lIabttt11Iee bli ITiger lorverrlpabIt- ad 1 M UM tart hatr Vwte laSI Mn QLAJM i 41 Ms II r4 II Blue Flannel Suits t colors 499 dealers 900 of Serge Coats Vests by Alfred Benjamin 0 oft New York City dozen Spring Summer weight fancy at a garment The the world all up 50 1 In LEADING AND TAILORS LUXURY WITHIN neigh A TablespoonM to a Cup F9R MArimG core OF A TABLESBBDNFUL OF LionCoffeewill of other Here is where save nxraey USE LION COFFEE insist COFFEE is absolutely not a coffee which is coated with or order to hide imperfections In LION fully boy girl may have simply number Lion from our one pound sealed form excellent OHIO see look be halt cen 4 4 1 Da 4U1Java i COFFEEis Have you tried it1 SIlprSnHIGGINS ELLIS tTHE BEST PAPIR Pobll bed la the United States for Democrats aalllor ALL readers U the TwiceaWeekCourierJournal This equal of many dallie and thesperioro- fI other femlweeklles or ireeklua Id Wednesday and Saturday 1H copies a year and you get It for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday Issue IS aeroted to Newt Shatter the Saturday issue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cheerfully vest free to Ml who will ask for them Write to COURhEJOUWPAL CO xf11cX BY SPECIAL AKRANflEMBMT 9 CAN JET THB RIqiMONDCLIMAX Al lTyJaffw Both One Year torXJft fr 150 SlopIof Stbct This h for owA ee AIttocriptioai undo 5195 4iZ 7 iif P T NTS ADVICE AS PATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Age Book IIow toobtain Patents TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED secured cc SIGGERS Laer WUlI to C I will otTer for tale 175 acres of Blue as the Kaybtirn farm lying between the farm of Joe Gibbs and atea farm JUNE 15 1901 at 2 oclock p in The farm will lie sold in two tracts of good dwelling with U rooms good barn and other buildings orchard of apples and peaches and farm is well watered Church and school house nearby Will be sold on reasonable terms threw payments with interest from time ol civing possession which will be OctQ bar 1 with the part to be seeded Mid full possession given January 1002 Thos Jarrell Auc D B HOUSE 22may4w J Indian Territory FREE cPtargemodevateNofetfllpetentisr PUBLIC SALE DiJHilpike onSATURDAY respectivelyTime OKLAHOMA Arkansas Texas IBEST REACHED BY Illthoi ctIB- yywifsc yOo Night on the Rod 0 By LMITIIW Jxwittrifte at noon o 1 Only Line Running Free tiqChair Cars out OLUV11 fur eiedue And rtie anile to It 1IOWLltft fA PMt I a Loulsvi8 f l i II 1IT TL iA I H IPrintSIDWstJr N The Richmond Climax J O CHENAULTlroprietor-A D MILLER Manager U LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1001 rCKLISHKll EVERY VTKDNKSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB JUDGE NtB TUllPIN FOB COUKTT ATTORNEY j TEVIS conn FOR SHERIFF JOHN F WAGERS FOR JAILEft JAMES C LACKEY FOR fT REeJEitVc3I13 FOil BrItwYiTIvEO- HAS I KEAUOY FOR scI1ooLavraINT1NDEY J W AVAQKKS FOR ASSESSOR OBORGE NOLAND FOR 8OBTETOR S F ROCK FOil COBONBR CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS FOR POUCH JUDGE We are authorized to announceJUDOE II C RICE for reelection to tbe office of Police Judge of the City of Richmond nubject to the action of the OemocNtlc primary to be held June 1W1 FOR CITY ATTOBSBT We authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate for reelection to thioffice of City Attorney subject to the the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R LETOIIBR Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Ucmocratl pcarty FOR We are authorized to announce CLARENCE Citynichmondcratic party We are authorized to announce DAVID R TEVIS a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES B STOUFFER a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce CALVIN MAUPIN a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richmond subject to the acnon of the Demo cratic party FOR COUNCILMEN COURT HOUSE We are authorized to announce W L LKHDS a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 21 tire authorized to announce JAB W SMITH a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 201501 W are authorized to announce JOSEPH BATK3 a candidate for Councilman subject to tiv action of the Democratic primary June 20 are authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS a candidate for Councilman subject to the aeiou of the Democratic primary June 20 authorized to announce LYMAM PARRISH a candidate for Councilman sub primaryJuneCITY lULL We are authorized to announce E HBYBEE a candidate for Councilman subject to the action tf the Democratic primary June 20 We lire authorized to announce B JUETT a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 We are authorized to announce L T WILSON a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 are authorized to announce C T WELLS a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Demoratlc primary June 30 UNIVERSITY We are authorized to announce W L ARNOLD a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June Ji arE authorized to announce E E Mo ANN a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 30 1901IWe are authorized to announce CYRUS O DOUGHS a candidate for Councilman sub bet to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 peR CHIEF OF POLICE AVe are authorized to announce W L SIM WNt3 candidate for Chief otlollce sub PrimaryJuneWe are authorized to announce JAMES II ALL MAN a Candidate for Jhlef of Police of the City of Richmond In the action of the Democratic City Primary June 20 DPERNYCity of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 FOR CONSTABLE We are authorized to announce 1 M theRichmondthe Democratic primary June 27 1901 We are authorized to announce JOK BUSH IUchmondDistrictprimary June 20 1901 PRANKKENNEDYRichmond District subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 C1F BrUvY8rC011 LEXINGTON KY A Remembrance of the T Daysofp76 Whafevef the reason whether because the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution have enthused people or because I the rapid spread of art culture i t has shown its quaint and refined N beauty it is certain that Coloni- alfes1gn8 were never so sought for I as now Stte you a t2J4 LL F jv IColonialist f Colonialism holds a prominent place k in our dining room department The rquaintest SIDEBOARDS the most pickedIF ftheseInto whose very heart the reflec 1 0 sipiisjof MpJdbhieMove to steal andJVftcljinxly614ftaiIi1J1ed in shape anti I t Jktternd611Jhttny 1lQfai1iOned in prico O11thCOhCYU 1 We alfco carry about fitf patterns of ll toifBroer Cq 4MAiN AND BROADWAY t LdeXflWT3N ICy q FOLLOWING is a synopsis of the various provisions of the pocalled Platt amendmeni which lias been accepted by the Cuban constitutional conven tion 1 Cuba shall notmake treaties with foreign rowers that would impair her independence u 2 Cuba shall not contract debts beyond her power to liquidate 3 The United States may intervene for the preservation of Cuban independence 4 All acts of the United States dur log the military occupation ot Cuba are ratifieddC Cuba shall take proper measures for the sanitation of the Island and pm cautions against the spreading of in icctious diseases to the United States a The disposition of the Isle oftPines shall be left to adjustment treaty 7 Quba shall sell or lease lands to the UnitedStates for coaling or naval 6tationRSS The foregoing shall be embodied in a permanent treaty with the Ucited States The Platt amendment was adopted by Congress last winter as a rider to the army appropriation bill It was proposed by Senator Orville H Platt of Connecticut In the preamble It is itatcd that upon Cubas acceptance of the conditions imposed tho President is authorized to withdraw the land and naval forces from Cnba and to leave the government and control of the island tothe people thereof IT lOOKS like Col W P Walton of Stanford is aspiring to be the Hearst of Kentucky noxvspaperdom Not con tent with his journalistic triumphs as editor of the Interior Journal the most widely quoted country paper in America and his recent acquisition of the Somerset Journal which his brains and money have rejuvenated he last week purchased the Ilarrodsbnrg Democrat and will proceed to Waltouize it by changing It Into a semiweekly and making it a power in the land Co Walton is one of the most forcible writers in Kentucky antI like Midas of old possesses the rare gilt of being allis to transform everything he touches into gold and we predict that the Democrat which has long been one of our favorite exchanges will under hiM management be as great a success fie nancially as editorially which is equivalent to saying it will soon be in the forefront of Kentucky journalism lioN JohN W YERKES has secured for his brother Prof W L Yerkes of Paris Ky the appointment of United States Bank Examiner which position has a nice salary attached to it Tim new appointee will assume tho dutIVs of the office July 1 THE Cabinet has unanimously decided that existing conditions do not warrant the calling of an extrasesslon- of Congress this sum- merPIRSONAL Miss Shawhan of Cynthiana is the guest of Mrs Harrv Stout Mr and Sits James Dozier have re turned from ther bridal tour Mr Brownlee Yates was in Cincin nail and Lexington last week Dr Landman the oculist will be at the Glyndon Hotel Wendesday June 12th Mr David Russell ol Kansas City Mo is tbe guest of relatives in the cityMiss Louise Park of Middlcsboro has been visiting Miss Florence Cite naultMr A E Dotwoiler of Louisville is the guest of Messrs Irvtne and Geo Hume Kev J G Parsons of Burning SpringSfClay county was in the city Monday Miss Annio Moss of Verjinla is the beautiful and attractive guest of Mrs J W Bales Miss Lillian Bryant of Jessamine county has been the guest of Miss Emily Chenault Mr J J Greenleaf is at home from the University of Virginia for the summer vacation Mr B H Connor of Cynthiana at tended the meeting of the alumni association last week Miss Susan Humo handsomely en tertained a number of friends at dinner last Tuesday evening Miss Nannctte Heath of Waco Fez is the guest of her father Dr M C Heath at the Glyndon Miss Stuart Weed of Bingham Now York is expected this week to visit Mrs S Neville Moberley Mr Yernon I Witherspoon of Louis ville delighted his old friends herewith a short visit last week Miss Helen Bennett is at home from a witter spent In California much to the delight of her many friends Mr Reese Owings of Mt Sterling was the guest of Dr and Mrs J M Poyntz during commencement week Messrs Hopkins of Bourbon county Dickerson and White of KIcholasville visited Miss Terrill and guest last week Mr and Mrs C M Clay Miss Nan tile Clay and Miss Lucy Sims of Paris attended the Stone funeral last Thurs day Miss Maude Richardson Miss Johnnie Terrills popular andattractive guest has returned to her Southern home Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr have moved into the Campbell cottage on Fifth street recently vacated by Mr H BarrettMr Schlegol of New York en route home from theAVest stopped off here several days this week to visit his fathers family Miss Edna Hunter of Maysville who has been tbe charming guest of Mrs W A Langford left Saturday for MU Sterling to visit friends Mrs Lizzie Hisle Rogers of Mis souri accompanied by her motherin law is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Willld Hisle of this county Miss Nettle B Chenault the charm hug younff daughter of Prof David Pbenault of Lexington WM the guest dayjlastMrs W SPryr daughterinlaw of exChief Justice Pryor and little son of Richmond are the guests of her slater Mrs W E Muncey Winches ter DemocratrPerdInandiI Heywood of Col iQhio Grand Treasurer of the Ifcwaifn fraternity aad a member W- Ooifct Legialattire was the gisea- t2iy oL Mr CiaoeK Wood jr Jiitkr Ward of 1arIova i K week ip etb aImRi m15 f Ceatnl TJsiwrtlty Mr Wjrt JHl U Sigma No M met many of b91Cl lntanity brothtn claw mate here Mr iMd MM k4 B llwtl ua children returned from Richmond lat noon Mr and Mrs Ed Rowland of St Louis arrived last night to r1 malatew days with relataves Dan yule Advocate Mr Harry May Powell son of J D Powell of White Hall returned Tuesday from Glasgow Mo where ho bos been attending college Mr Powell won the told medal for the best oration on commencement day Mr John W Yerkes returned to Danville today for a short visit Ho told the Washington correspondent fortlie Times that lie came to see his- aughter graduate and not for any po litical pnrposeDanville News Rev Coleman 0 Groves of Pisgah Woodford county a former spreadeagle of Central University and one of he founders of the Pantagrapb came up last week to vote against his Alma Mater in the consolidation proposition The CLIMAX notes with pleasure that Mr Fladgo Elder who has been confined to his bed for several weeks with a severe attack of fever has so far re covered as to be able to be out again though not quite well enough to resume his duties at the store Mrs Douglas Thomas attended the commencement exercises of tho M F I at Richmond this week Her daugh ter Miss Bessie graduated this term Mr Frank Walker attended the commencement exercises of tho M F L at Richmond this week Paris News Saturdays CourierJournal contain ed a splendid group picture of the prize winners in the recent Blue Grass Graded School Tournament held at Lancaster in the center of which was the likeness of William Parrish Rich monds champion of field athletics Rev Ashfonl Reeves who for the past few months has been pastor of the Christian church at Athens Ga came up last week to take his degree from the Kentucky University College of the Bible Mr Reeves is well pleased with his Georgia charge and will return to it immediately nIter graduationMrs Roland of Richmond is the guest of her sister Mrs A D Combs1lisslIay Taylor who has been visiting relativps here for several weeks left Tuesday altenoon for Lex ID ton her future home her father Mr Cyrus Taylor haying recently moved thero from Richmond Nicholasyille Journal Mr Warfield Bennett received by telegraph last Friday the gratifying news that tile degree of Batchelor of Laws had been conferred on him by the faculty of Columbia University During his three yearsresidence at the University Mr Bennett established an enviable reputation for scholarship and studious habits and his success is a matter of pride to his friends Ho will doubtless locate here for the practice of his profession- A trio of very handsome yonng la dies passed through the city Tuesday night 311 the fast line cnroute homo from Oxford College They were Miss Mary Evans daughter of Dr Evans of Richmond and Misses Helen and Martha Gill of Lancaster Between Falmouth and Cynthiaiin the engine of the train became disabled and a wait of two hours resulted The pleasant conversation and cheerful manners of the young ladies did much to lessen the tedious wait to a party of Paris ladies aboard Bourbon News Mr S Nevillo Moberley gave a tic lightful stag dinner Monday evening to the local members cf tbe Sigma Nu fraternity in honor of Grand Treasurer F H Hcywood of Columbus 0who was in the citj An elegant seven course menu was enjoyed after which several hours were pleasantly whiled away in fraternity reminiscence anti prophecy The guests departed with a deep sense of appreciation of the hospitality of Mr Moberley and his charming wife who assisted him in doing the honor of the even- ingRELiGIOUS Rev B M Shive of Oampbellsville Ky will preach at the First Presbyterian church Sunday June IGth at 11 oclock a m and 8 p in Everybody cordially invited to be pres- entMARRIED It Is reported in Washington that Senator Chancey Depew will be married this summer to a charming widow who is now abroad JAMESTUDOK Mies Grace Tudor 01 Crab Orchard was married Tues day to Mr J M James of Dallas Texas Miss Tudor has relatives in this county BIRTHS COVINGTON Mr and Mrs R C II Covington are rejoicing over the birth of a beautiful daughter which arrived Monday Mother and infant both do iug nicely DEATHS TERRILLMrs Annie Price Terrill wife of Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill died Wednesday of consumption at her home on Third street this city aped 28 years She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs T 0 Vitt of Kingstonnnd a most estimable woman whoso death will bring sorrow to a large circle of relatives and friends Besides her parents and several devoted sisters Silo leaves a husband and two bright chIll dren Gordon Terrill aged four and Ruby Collier Terrill aged two to mourn the irreparable loss ofamother After funeral services by Rev W II Ryalls at the Baptist church of which she was a devoted member the remains followed by a long procession of sorrowing relatives and friends were laid tenderly to rest in the Rich familyhavebereavement FoxWith the snows of more than fourscore winters upon his head It P Fox Sr one of the oldest and best MadiBoncountydiedSUDdamorniug residence of R J Injralle on Third street after a brief illness aged 77 years During the past winter he had a severe attack of grip Jrorn which he never recovered Deceased was one of the most widely known horsemen in Kentucky and at ono time was quite wealthy owning a fine farm on tile Jacks Creek pike and a number of blooded horses among them Dr Hooker He W804ooBidoredanemlne t author ity OH the breeding ami training of horses and did much to promote thtt ttryWhlch11M xcIlenjAsMenGI awl tlucl f Dick We was affectionately dw8Jtli1ad a xkad hand and kind word far every body Hew a uimbiot the Clir1s tfan tt wti airf bit ffpw t1rtii ScrofulaFew are entirely tree froll1lt It may develop slowly as locaaso little If any dlEturbsncodurlns tha whole pcricd cf childhood It may then produce Irregularity of tim stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh and marked tendency to consumption before manifesting Itself n much cutaneous eruption cr glandular swelling It Is test to be sure that you are quite free from It and for Its complcte eradica tUrn you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors gentleness peace and brotherly love Besides a wife who was Miss Ophelia Biggerstaff three children survive him Jobn Fox of Dawson Ga RP Fox Jr Ft Worth Texas nod Mrs Amelia Riddell of this city After funeral services by Rev Hugh McLellan at the Christian church yesterday at 10 a m theinlermcnt took place in the Richmond cemetery The sorrowing family have the sympathy of a large circle of relatives and friends in their be reaveinen BLANTONA beautiful exemplary life was ended and a noble Christian woman called to her final reward when the spirit of Mrs Elizabeth Irvine Blnntou took its flight from earth to tho portals of eternity The end which was not unexpected came Tuesday night after a lingering illness during which the patient bore her sufferings with that fortitude and resigns tion which characterize those conscious of a welt spent life At her bedside were her devoted husband children anti grandchildren Deceased who was the wife of Chancellor L H Blanton of Central University was 65 yeats old Her maiden name was Elizabeth Irvine She way born in Boyle county and belonged to one of the oldest and most prominent families in Kentucky She was married to Rev L II Blanton in 1857 while ho was pastor of the church at Versailles Her life was devoted to her family and to ministering to tho welfare of others and many a young man attending the University was inspired to higher aims and nobler resolves by some expression of encouragement from her or the benign influence of her gentle spirit 1110 announcement of her death will be a personal bereavement to many outside the circle in which she moved Besides a husband six children and several grandchildren sur vi6 to honor her memory The children are Mrs E MDickson of Paris j Hon L Irvine Blanton of Cynthiana L R Blanton Edgar Blanton Miss Kate Blanton and Or Harry Blanton all of thin county The funeral services wore conducted at the family residence Thursday morning at 1080 oclock by tho Rev Dr J Y Rout of Versailles assisted by Rev Rutherford Douglas of Nicliolusville and Rev E M Green of Danville after which a long pro cession of relatives and friends followed the remains to their last resting place in the Richmond cemetery There were numerous bcnutiful floral offerings attesting the esteem and affection in which the deceased was held Humes Win The suit of Aiossrs Gonnerly Tray nor and Wilcox against Hnmo Bros and J J Einhry for forcible entry into the Fair Ground property to begin work on the barrel factory was tried yesterday before Judge Rice and met the same fate as the suit for trespass that is the defendants won n Race Made Up officegjtoLast Thursday was the last day allowed by law for candidates to qualify and the following gentlemen deposited their money with Chairman W R Shackel ford thereby signifying their intention 10 enter the lists For Mayor C E Woods J B Stouffer Cat Maupin D It Tevis For Police Judge II C Rice For City AttorneyJ T Jackson W R Letcher For Chief of Police J H All man J D Feeny WL Simmons For Magistrate D P A rmer For ConstableH F Kennedy Joe Bush L M Scrivner For Councilman Court House W L Leeds Chins Jacobs Sam Rice H R Pickels Lymau Parrish J W Smith J W Bales University W L Arnold E E Mc Cann C H Pfgg Joe Guiuchigliani C G Doughs F D Ballard City HallA C Clouso E H By bee B Juett L T Wilson C T Wells Valley View Prom tho Argent There is talk of a patriotic demon stration to be heM here the fourth of JulyTwo children oft Mr and Mrs Richard Howard are very low with the feverContractor T A Sheridan has put in severalelectric lights on his boats here Crew will work at nights A D Gooseys residence on Main street is nearing completion It will bean attractive addition to the East End Valley View is now a mecca for sight seers who come for miles around to view the force of men at work on the lock and damSDr E Northcutt was at home fropi Eastern Kentucky a few days lust week He reports great success in tileS oil fields in that section Franklin Million of the Hockaday locality whose eyesight was injured by a briar striking him in the eye is Improving It was feared ho would loose his eyesight The portable saw mill belonging to Charley White now located at Million will be removed this week to the William Storms farm near Siloam church He has a large quantity of timber to cut in that section An Exciting Session After an exciting nilnight session the Alumni Association which met here last Tuesday for the avowed purpose of ratifying the action of the Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky ap proving the consolidation of Central University and Centre College ad burned without reaching a votenntll Tuesday June 18 when it will meet again in this city to finally consider the matter The efforts of the cousoli dationista led by Cot Thomus W Bullitt Rev Chins R HernphUl Dr Thomas Bracken Rev J Y Rout persistentlydirected to a vote bat the oppoehtlonBn whose side was arrayed lion J A Sullivan Judge 0 H Brook County Attorney AtItornoyD W B dlleretibol1lly tatotfested every inch M foulid and finally bat glad the sclw by forcing an fetijournJ ment Had Ota Richmond delifgaUoe carried tlilr point and Mcurfed tba IlJrl1t wJIiIl 5tS contributed their money to locate the University herea right which they are clearly entitled to butwhiuh the Louisville friends of the scheme claimed did not exist under certain provisions of the Associations by laws the consolidation proposition would have received a rude shock By only a small majority this clause in the re port of the enrolling committee was defeated and tho Louisville crowd see fag thetr advantage yearned to bring the vital question to a vote but were outgeneraled at every point by our tactics Charges of bad faith and snap judgment woie iterated anti reiterated engenideredto break out into serious trouble but prudence and moderation in the end prevailed Col TJnllitt was the princi pal spokesman at the night session and atone time he and W B Smith and at another lie and Judge C H Brcck came near clashing W B Shackel ford gave n remarkable exhibition of his lung power by speaking for nearly two hours to the gallery gods in an ef fort to delay tho proceedings and stave off d vote which was finally successful Governor James JB McCreary who occupies tile unique position of being an alumnus of both Centre College and Central University presided over the meeting and by his dignity and impar tiality did much to pour oil upon the troubled waters The nex Coding will be at 2 oclock Tuesday June IS and every citizen of Madison county who contributed a cent toward the location of the Uni versity in Richmond or who feels interested in its remaining here should not fail to be present C Commencement With its first Chancellor lying critic ally ill at his home in faraway Cali fornia its present Chancellor bowed with sorrow at the bier of his beloved wile the Dean of its law department brought home from Colorado a corpse and the future existence of the old institution itself threatened with extinc tion this the twentyseventh and per haps the last annual commenicemont of the Central University Wednesday morning was an occosion of more sad ness than of rejoicing to all concerned The alarming illness of Mrs Blanton wife of the CJiadcollor in the early part of the week caused the classdv exercises usually one of tho most interesting features of commencement to be cancelled and for the same reason the junior oratorical contest sot for Tuesday night was likewise declared off Those who were to have participated in the classday exercises were S R Crockett Wilmore poet E F Gal brailh Pine Bluff Ark grumbler A C Brown Shelby ville giftorian j J n Million Richmond valedictorian j R D Squires Paris prophet ll B Herring ton Atlanta Gn orator Miss Nellie Rhoer Middlcsboro historian All had admirably prepared themselves for the occassion and the annulment of the programme was a keen disappointment to the public as well as to themselves such friends All arrangements however were made to carry out the programme of the commencement exercises proper but the lentil of Mrs Blanton Tuesday night upset these calculations and out of respect to the death the public ex ercises at the cbapel were limited to simply a brinf address by the President Dr J V Logan the delivery of diplomas and the conferring of degrees The large crowd usually attended upon commencements hero was wanting There were no orations no address to the graduating class no music no pomp and ceremony At 12 oclock President Logan accom panied by the graduating class in cap and gown entered the chapel mill therein the presence of a small gather ing compared to those of former years the diplomas were delivered and degrees conferred President Logans remarks were rendered doubly Impress e from the fact that this was the last graduating class that would go forth from the institution The graduating class this year num bered twentythree OUt of the largest in the history of the University Fol lowing is a list of the graduates and degrees conferred Charles Boron Chatham Harrods burg Stuart Refer Crockett Wilmore Magna Curs Lande John Clarence Kenney Paris Magna Cum Laude Goo Mondoe Mansfield Paris Magna Cum Laude j Thomas Hart Robinson Winchester Richard Dean Squires Paris j Thomas Lowe Moseley Louis vile Bachelor of Arts Alex Cameron Brown Shelbyville Henry Johnson Gibson Pineville j Henry Richard CoIemanLebanonMagua Cum Laude John Lee Scott New Albany Ind Bachelor ot Science Lewis Butler Her rington Atlanta Ga j Miss Louise Greenleaf Kauffman Lancaster Will iam Caldwell McChord Lebanon Juett Noble McDonald Henderson Magna Cum Laude Joel B Million Rich mond Summa Clum Laude Miss Nel lie Rhorer Middlesboro Magna Cum Laude Miss Mattie Smith Richmond John Walker Stewart ISHzabethtown Magna Cum Laude j Nicholas Knight Toy Henderson Magna Cum Laude Bachelor of Letters Department DiplomasEdwin For philIBible and Christian evidences physics and astronomy chemistry biology aud geology Bachelor of Laws Everett B Parke Newton L Shropshire Doctor of DivinityA A Wallace Missouri W D Heddleston Mississip pi C T Thompson Kentucky Elliott Poe Smith son of Dr A Wilkes Smith won ttie honor of representing the university in tho coming Chautauqua contest at Lexington in July defeating a field of five competi tors The second honor was awarded to A A Talbotof Versailles The contest was held privately only the judtres speakers and their friendtflieibg present No announcements as to the future of the instiuillonvwere made it being deemed best to defer those matters until after the meeting of the Alumni Association in this city next Tuesday The following were the winners of prizes last year as announced by Pres ident Logan Highest average In Latin T S Woodward Centertown Ky gqld medalIHighest average in Greek JJH Woolfork Fay wood Ky gold medal Highest average in all studies Jj B Million Richmond Ky gold medal A Wildes Smith prize for Lest autes on phyloJpgy lectures G M Smith Est5lIKy oldJned8l Higileataverge in Sophomore class GM Smith Estili Ky gold watch s heWlhIiaiHStsag n J The remains of former Insurance ComtriMHoaer W H Stone brief i4tea outjMthenoon accompanied by cf fecaor jfarta FraaWori CHUL Mtlsfat tojttpiar tod fn f 11 fort Lodge Ne 530 Pro E both of which deceasodwas a member Tne funeral services were conducted by the RevE LJPowell of Louisville at the Christian church which was wholly inadequate to hold the crowd which came to do honor to the memory of this lamented son of Madison county- A more beautiful and impressive funeral discourse was never delivered here and when the minister bad finish ed many an eye wasdimmed with tears The funeral cortege which followed tho body to tile grave Was one of the longest ever seen In Richmond anti it wore represented the most prominent families of tho county to many of whom the deceased was related The floral offerings were many and beautiful being surpassed only by the wealth of flowers at the bnrial of Governor Goebel thus mutely but none the less eloquently attesting the popularity in which the deceased was held Among the many handsome floral designs we note the following Large Gates Ajar from Frankfort Commandery Knights Templar cross from Richmond Com mandery cross from De Molay Com mandery Louisville broken wheel from Elks Lodge Frankfort star and Louisvillejlarge ris In all there was a two horse walton load of flowers and the ground tenteetaffectionThe were Hoary Lind ReynoldsM JI Thatcher R E Wood Louis WarfieldBennettThe following composed the guard of Commandery AlInkerCoininanderywere Jones Guy Barrett Chas N Wiard UeDryLiudstFrankfurt Lodge of Elks was repre Exaltedltuler BarnettWD Smith David P Smith It E NewtonJrAmour the visitors present we note the followingl1rs Orlando Brown lIartJPlcrMyor WEtillwife AIis Nannie Clay Mrs AV E Shams Miss Lucy Simms Paris Mrs Ilichard Prewitt David lrowitt Win AttorneyMFrank Johnson It S Aloees Louisville Internal Revenue Collector D N Com ingoro Covinjjtou The following notice of Mr Stones death we take from the Louisville Post of lat Wednesday Win II Stone former Insurance Commissioner and one of the beat known young men in Kentucky died Tuesday at the residence of his father exAnditorSam Stone in Louisville Death was duo to heart trouble and his condition has been such for several expectedWilliam CG years HUO at the home of Ills fattier Colonel Samuel IL Stone in Madison county n few miles from Richmond lie was the grandson of Major John D Harris and was connected with many of the oldest families of the Commonwealth Henbtained his early education in the schools of Richmond and was matriculated in Central Uni versity in 1S92 from which institution he was graduated with high honors in the spring of 1890 Soon after hut graduation lie was appointed State Insurance Commission er and he held this important office until about a year ago He was the youngest man who was ever Insurance Commissioner but this office was never before kept In better condition than during lila incumbency He acquired the greatest familiarity with the work lags of the oflice and with the general situation ill regard to insurance in this State and every insurance agent in the State regretted the expiration of his term About a year ago be moved to this cityaml entered the tobacco business with his father and brother The firm met with immediate success and young Stone gained the same regard among the business men of this city that he hind held in the wider field as Insurance Commissioner Personally he was possessed of un usually attractive and winning man ners and had friends all over Kentucky Few young men who have lived In Louisville in recent years seemedto have a brighter future or will be mourned by a wider circle ot friends ELKS RECEPTIONAt tho regn Inr meeting of the Richmond B P O E No 581 it was decided by n unanimous vote that the Lodge give a reception during the month of Juno Governor James 13 McCreary was appointed chairman of the Committee on Reception and tho following brother members were elected as members of this committee A Wilkes Smith J Tevis Cobb J Stone Walker R W Miller flC Rice MoberleyThisempowered by the Lodge to make receptionMay81 LodgeBLodge Room of the Order and all SearcyDrmously elected chairman of Com mittee on Invitation J Tevis Cobb was unanimously elected chairman of the Committee on Decoration H C Rico was unanimously elected chairman of the Committee MusicJ Walker was unanimously elected chairman of Committee on Refreshments R W Miller was unanimously elected chairman of Committee on Entertainment C L Searcy was unanimously elected chairman of Committee on Finance W S Moberloy was unanimous ly elected chairman of Committee on Publication and Secretary ot ReceptionIt that James H McCreary J Tevis Cobb Dr A Wilkes Smith J Stone Walker H C Rice R W Miller C L Searcy and WS ReceptionConimitt The meeting of the committee adjourned to meet at the office of Governor James B McCresry at 40 clock p mf on Jane 1 1901 W S MOBEKIEY See of OOAtn Juno 1 1001 Committee on Re ception met at tho office of Gov ernor James B McCreary 41 adjjOl1fument Searcy The following eommittaM weHmuiimowsly agreed mpw awl ap iOi12tedIReception Committee James IL MeCnmry chairman A WV yrf1t1erC L Sref and W8 Mofcrffor- Rfrwbmmit ComithJt- 1te Widkvr ohiJMIMW JW ftiouohigliani L Xi i r SPRING BEAUTIES WE HAVE SOME OF THE P ETTIE T THE SEAS A FEW F FIES Cretons 15 and 18c Allover laces beautiful designs i2octo200 vd Black Mercerised Skirts 5 and 10inch Slate Pencils lOc doz Cor Roberts A K Deity W UShack elford and James W Smith Decoration Committee JTevis Cobb chairman T J Smith Jr D M Cheiiault J S Joplin D P Armer J A Sullivan Cyrus DouplaB W S Oldham and John Mershon Publication Committee W S Moberley chairman jT W Rock Thomas H Pickels IX B Shack lforof Clarence E Woods L A Ballard and It C Bush Finance Committee Charles L Searcy chairman W D Oldham Samuel F Phelps RlI Crooke Win Jett II B Hanger Elmer Doatherage Farris McChord and Charles S Powell- Committee on MusicHC RICP Chairman II R Tevis W A Thomas James B Stouffer Ed Million R N Mitchell R 0 Lackey Entertainment Committee R W Miller Chairman RCStock ton Kuper Hood Dr W M Gib son L P Evans E T Burnam T II Collins Invitation Committee Dr A Wilkes Smith Chairman R W Colyer Fred GriusteadD RTevis CIIChetmnlt William Arbucklo W A Lunghrd- It was moved and carried that tho Secretary of this Committee- send curds to each of the members of the Richmond Lodge B P 0 E No 581 requesting him to for ward to the secretary the names of three persons he desires invited to the reception The meeting of the Committee on Reception adjourned to mnetat the Club Uoom of the Lodge at 8 oclock pm on June 5th 1001 W S MOBEIUEY Secy of Com tee June the 5th 1001 the Commit tee on Reception pursuant to adjournment met at the Club Rooms of the Lodge at 8 oclock p m all present except J Tevis Cobb Dr A Wilkes Smith and C L SearcyJ Walker Chairman of Refreshment Committee made a report and requested suggestions from tho Committee on Reception as to the nature of refreshments desired The question was fully discussed and the suggestions made met with the approval of the Chairman J Stone Walker H C Rice chairman of Committee on Music reported progress There was no report from the Chairman of the committee on in- vitatIon There was no report from com mittee otx Decoration- W S Moberley chairman of committee on publication and Secretary of the committee on re ports that he has mailed to each and every member of the Lodge a postal card requesting each to send to him the names of three parsons he desires invited to the reception j that he has not redeived any response from any one of these cards i that he expects and hopes to receive responses from all of them ou or before Saturday June 8th 1001 He further reports that he has ordered samples of various designs for invitations Finance Committee reports progressIt moved and carried that the reception be given at the Club Roomof the Richmond Lodge B P O E No 581 on Wednesday June the 26th 1001 from oclock p m to Ooclock p m and from 8 oclock p m to 12 oclock mid night Tne committee adjourned to meet at the same plane 780 o ole pM on Friday Jims the 7th 1901 W S MOBZJtLJY Secretary of Committee ITiwwra rf ltitls fee LsUrrii Tin CNtaHtJlerllry AsaereurywIllaurety eieetre tin- saeee 8u d4range thewkolesY8IB when fctwwg it- tttrou muoeM swlwea Such artfeNB abould a ver beseetfexeetil OIl yiMttft Md to the goed you caR pettttitr derive IroN theui5Halls Cfttumt Cseiaofatueed ItyF JCAee y O To edo OM oontaiiM H m rearr hwraallyaotiDldiNeyiIotI OnUrriiQiIs token Internally MM BM4 in 1oIe O- sdrset 71- IIMIs Iaoilir JflJ ft- aafl IOF SELECTIONOF JcGinghams 18cWash15cApron5100Colored 8225Lead IainjFirSt OWEN MCKEE gto RichniondKentucky SSSSSSOSS Bewareof vehicle whose only recommendation is cheap cheap cheap Our carriages and wagons may cost a little more than that kind but they will last years longer and cost less for repairs while in They worth twice as much as the others but dont ask it for them the same kind ctky U i Ws Cot JnneUtf RICHMOND KENTUCKY Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested Branch office front room over Joplins furniture store L P TODD MGR EGGSAND BUTTER OSs+ We will pay the highest CASH Price for Eggs and ButterAlso desire to purchase for CASH a supply Hams Bacon and Shoulders 4- Mer Bros SECOND ST PHONE 105 RICHMOND KENTUCKY ROLLER MILL FOR SALE flavhtt concluded that my health no longer permit me to in million business I have decided to privately my FLOUR AND GRIST MILL Known as the Elliston MilU 7 miles of Richmond Ky oa the Richmond and Irvine pike anri about miles froui Moberley OB L A railroad Tula mill is operated both by water iteain can be TUB by water on an average of 6 months IB the year Good eajctae with wocd or coal Jsas y cheap IB cofinection with property is a geod rwidence with 6 reem toed Meek MTU ice boaee rieh xrdea3 or 4 acres of land a goad store for BWKbaadiMorKraiB kind live- Mi scales The raacHlHery in MWM cowpamtively sew lids a property foi sri a Mve bUs4ne i roan to make money at ee farUtef io orssetIen ap pT othe vBdeniKMd M Vaee oiJudge John I Chienanit lthchssond DAVID GHANA ULT JR 22tnayU mm LEXWTO14 Sie 25th to M 5tk Wilh1oew Jeti N VIty dJyMM 5a7r a L t 4IIlIlau S S S S S S S S S S S 0 r I L s use are we of of will sell east the and and the room the For any Ky Ky eoe1 THE JFarquhaHfl has been the lead- ingTHRESHER1 g for 45 years too well known too nee l description here jg Send for illustrated catalogue of Engines Threshing Mnchin g AgriculturalImplements A B FARQUHAR CO Ltd ii YORK PA raayZMir 7tcI M Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISOV CIRCUIT COURT Anstln B Stones Admr rrttt iAgainst J3 White i DTt All persons baring claims agafnsU the ea tofilesgned on or before the tat day of September 1901 or same will be barred SILSCOTTILClXCCSin Master Cears Netice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Jeff McKlnneys Admr Ac PIUs Against Jeff MeKInneys Creditors cDeftsi All persons having claims against the estM JettMtKInney decd are hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the un dersigned on or 2d day ot September or santa will be barred s E SCOTT MC MC C5may294w MM ALEI I will sell privately my farm containing 485 ACRES Mere or less well improved mostly in grass well fenced well watered and in high state of cultivation situated oniheStoay Kua and Ford turnpike 2 miles south bf Ford 1eid 9 miles north of KyAny to pur cimae ea call on meat home Md far oM r references J SteBft riktr R E or G B Tttrfrf MelmKHid Ky T C oVU t I t I MltltN CO- NCLOTHING ONE PRICE STORECAStIJjJLiUSE iInof t Madison County NOT JUST AS GOOD BUT M BEST CLOTHES HATS 1 J MENS FURNISHINGS FOR THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE v TVJe Lightest Brightest Store in Lexington lllfIIR05 ZniJR8IaNoP ICr The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1901 h Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stonffers Clothing Store Cfebtf Umbrellas of all kinds at nICE AHSOLDS Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf Jf C T Wells Jr has opened a gro cery on East Main strcet Trim Deatherage sold to James Cosby a Jersey cow for 50 You never have to ask if the style is alright if you buy of TheE AnOLD Best cup pumpwarranted at J M Riffes Jmaytf Miss Kittio Hiale daughter of Mr John Hisle will teach theCalcast public school This coM weather will not last buy a pair of our low shoes RICE AUKOLD A wellwritten obituary of Mrs Elizabeth Irvine Blanton arrived too late for publication in this issue but will appear next week Nice building lot for sale on Eriad way cheap Address Lock Box 181 Stanford ry or call on Judge II C Rice Richmond Ky 12juue5t Shol8 lists shirts collars cuffs neckwear underwear socks suspen ders umbrellas traveling cases etc at RICE ARNOLD Anyone running a Deering Harvest ing Machine and wanting it adjusted please leave orders at D B Shackel ford fe Co by Wednesday June 12 For high grade hose call on J M Riffeat reasonable prices Also all kinds of pumpshy drants bath tubs and mill sup plies AH kinds of materials and high grade plumbing Jmaytf See our 50 75 and St line of nrgli cn shirts Buy and keep 001- RICEt ARNOLD Rubber stamps of all kinds Your mme ad lres9 and selfinking pad post paid 30 cents Agents wanted for The Wonder Ball blow through tube ball ascends in air beautiful effect Particulars free Samnlo 10 cents J P KING Co- Department A 12Jnly3t Frankfort Ind Salary Increased Based upon an increase in the bud ness of the Richmond post office the salary of Postmaster Wallace has been rallied to Wiliging makes and keeps in stock all kinds of window shades lOc up Cattle Deal G J White Son bought 36 head of twoyearold cattle at t2 per head They also Fold to Illinois parties eleven jennets at n fair price Have Willging to frame your pictures in uptodate style for little money Strawberry Supper Tile Second Christian church will give a strawberry supper in the yard t f the church tomorrow evening from 5 to 10 oclock to raise funds to purchase pews Admission 25 cents The jmb lie is cordially invited Willgings force of skilled mechanics are doing the best work for reasonable price and cause no vexatious delays Died on the Train Uncle Ben Jones a respected col ored man of this city started on the excursion Sunday to Cincinnati to see- h lIon but died of heart disease on tbe train before reaching there His body was brought back on the night trtln for burial her- eWilgings stock ofsolid color Ingrains and other fine special paper hangings not to be found elsewhere Price right Call and see them Class Day Grou- pSundaysCourierJournal printed ex celent pictures of T II Robinson giltortau J B Million valedictorian J N McDonald salutatorian L B Herrington class orator and Miss Nell Rhoer historianall graduates of Central University and class day favorites Willgings Pakitj mixed ready for use gives b st satisrJ faction because k k maaufac turedand sold byJi practical painter each s ifiCpkit for a specific puc6s f iiF L11 Tun T JLYJJ Y1I X 50000 feet of 3ply hose at reduced prices at T MRiffes lmaytf V Beaumont Oil Fields Low rates Direct Line excellent train servico via Queen Crescent Route WC flINEA1ts9NGPA 15may7t Cincinnati 0 L and Excursion Tho L and A will run a special train to Irvine Friday June Hthjjjpaving Richmond at l40 a m l1rnill leave Irvine nt5 p m Itoniid trip rateTocents Lost Left by sonic one at the Merchants Carnival a small miniature table Owner can have eatno by applying at this ofliceand paying for this notice 12juneif i Lexington Chsulauqua V On account IIf tho Kentucky Ghau tauqua at Lexington the louisville Atlantic railroad will sell tick1s t that city trnrTe 5th to July 5th inclusive with limit for return July 6th at rate of one and one third fare for the round trip C M BRowNING 12juiie4t General Manager Goes Back to Alabama Mr H Barret has given up his posi tion as Manager ot the Richmond Tele phone Exchange and returned with his family to his former home Gaston Ala where he has n nice job as assIs- tant manager in the Western Union office His successor has not yet been selected C T Wells Announces In its proper place in this issue will ho found the announcrment of Mr C T Wells for Councilman in City Hall precinct Mr Wells was formerly a member of the Council in an enterprising citizen as w IIas large properly owner and if eWted will leave no stone lint limed that will add to the prosperity of the city Real Beauties Mr W S Oldham the uptodate un dertaker bought last week of Roach Co of Louisville a pair of fine black harness horses which are real beauties and which ho will drive to his new hearse The price paid for them was 400 and no undertaking establishment in Kentucky will have a handsomer funeral equipage than Mr Oldham All last seasons 8 10 and J2 J2 cent wall paper now 4c Cheapest and best line of new goods in Central Kentucky Writ with stamps 4c for samples Geo M Willging Small Tobacco Acreage Tobacco is looking welt but the acreage in Madison county this year will be oult about half what it has been in preceedinliy rs said a prominent tobacco grower t the CLIMAX Monday Ho explained that thb decreased acreage was due to two causes a ebortago pricelIueOB for Paris About SO members of Richmond Lodge Ao 74 A 0 U Waccompanl- ed by their wives daughters and sweet hearts will leave here this morning in a special coach ovqr the L N to at tend tho carnival at Paris Our boys willwear white uniforms with the in signia of the order and be under the chaperonage of Master Workman J W Cole Revenue Changes A Danville dispatch says that Mr Tames T Shnckeliord of this city who has been in the Cjllectors office for several years will on July be trans erred to the position of storekeeper andguagor He will be succeeded by Mr R M Brown of Loiidoii Capt W E Bell deputy collector goes to Lawrenceburg to biiccccd Mr C WI Petty as deputy collector fChaulauqua theKentuckyWoodland Park Lexington Ky Juno 25 to July 5 A splendid program has brett arranged tlmt will surpass nny yet given Some of the mt st notable Amerjciihaveprogram will be presented and iriahy new and special features The detailed program will be mailed toady address upon application to Chas Scotf hush ness Manager Lexington Ky itf A Good Man For Coufvcllaan Mr Cy Douglas announces in llils issue his candidacy for CQlncllman from University precinct Mr Doug las is a member of thejshw firm of Douglas Bros is one of Richmonds most progressive young business men and has ideas of his owa as to what constitutes good city government If elected he will make a model ctilciaL Steer Case Rnpenad i After four trials tIme celebrated ateer case of Norris vs Noland is yet HtHfe cided and upon petition of tile defed aats Messrs James and bidueifa land the J itlon for a new trial oNH argued July 9 before Special Judge It K Roberts This case hambweJi 01 docket several years Anfljitic lf Mly coat the iiHMMtr oth to b- IMli y hwi1 of 4ri Ji ht w I I Beauties For jMk t i We have the bet flowers that can be produced 1ur4z1oraIUDecorations farebtantlesl We lsV andractIcethneccssTI ranging Koch orderour personal at tention BELL ThcFI4istA J1V V LEXINGTON KY l HENRY L PERRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everywhere Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf Encouraging News Late news from Dr R IjiBreck who recently had an attack of bcaat trouble duo to overwork at his home in Call fornia is encouraging and his friends here hope he will soon be himself again Grand Concert at Valley View The closing of Prof R C Adams singing school at Valley View tomorrow night will be signalized by a grand concert of vocal and instrumental music and a strawberry supper rime public is cordially invited To Meet Again afEsHII Swings President Leland Hathaway of the National Fox Hunters Association met at Lexington Friday with the Ex ecutive Committee consisting of Sam Wooldribge of Versailles Steye Wal ker of Point Leavell and Rudolph Fink of Louisville and decided on Esttll Springs as the next place of meeting The date set wassNovemuer 18th Flattering Compliment to Her Ability Miss Nannie Tudor has been elected Principal of the Berca public school Mies Tudor who is the accomplished cousin of Mr and Mrs Roy White of tills city formerly taught at Kingston As Betas is the largest public school in Madison county Miss Tudors selec tion is a flatering compliment to her ability as a teacher Mr Ellen Hays will be her assistant 0 0 F Memorial Day Madison Lodge No 14 I O th F of this city liltingly observed Sunday as memorial day of their order After an impressive address at the court house by Past Grand W C G Hobbs of Lexington Ky the members of the lodge to the number of fortyfive with their friends marched to the cemetery and decorated the graves oftlleit brothers with fresh spring flowers txcurslon to Cincinnati The Q A C will run an excursion to Cincinnati on Sunday June 1C at 125 for the round trip Special train ser vice Base ball Reds vs Pittsbnrg Coney Island Chester Park the Zoo and all summer resorts arc now open See small bills or callon ticket agents for particulars WeC RISEAKSOX G P Cincinnati O New Housekeepers Soliciting Agent R A Woolums of the Louisville Atlantic has rented tho Ed Brown cottage on Fifth street recently vacated by Mr Thurman and will take possession at once Mr and Mrs Woolums have been boarding at Mrs M A Lynns Mr nnd Mrs Rugg have gone to housekeeping in the T T Covington cottage on Third street formerly occu pied by R P Fox Jr Hurt In a Runaway Mr and Mrs It L Arnold of Paint Lick were out taking a ride over their farm last Sunday Mr Arnold got out of the vehicle and was looking at his cattle when from some unaccountable cause the horse became frightened ran away and threw Mrs Arnold against a stump badly bruising her This buggy was torn to pieces Mr Arnold is a brother ofressrsWTi and T E Arnold of this city Ill in Chicago- A telegram was received here Mon day afternoon from Chicago announc ing that Mr W R Letcher the well known turfman was dangerously ill of pneumonia in that city The telegraiu was sent by Dr Letcher a relative of the sick man Mrs Letcher ac companied by her daughter MrsMary Turner left yesterday morning for Chicago to attend her husband in his illness His many friends hero hope for his speedy recovery One of the Gang Jeptha Johnson the negro arrested here last week by Chief of Police All man on a telegram from Nicholasville proved to be one of a desperate gang which has been committing numerous burglaries recently in Central Ken lucky One of tho watches found on his person was indentified as that of Dr Georpe L Penny of Stanford John son narrowly escaped lynching when taken back UTNicholasville An Old Firm Quits Business Messrs Jack and DO R Freeman who have for years conducted a shoe store iii this city under the wellknrtw firm name of Freeman Bros have sold their entire stock and will for the present at least retire from business The purchaser was Mr Can Cohen a Cin cinnati auctioneer and commission merchant who shipped tile goods to that city Thursday With the retire ment of the Messrs Freemauono of the oldest firms in the city passed out of existence A Grandson pi Madison Honored ReellIdfssto the Law Class of Centre College tit Danville Mr Embry is a son of Mr Thomas P Embry now of Favelte county but formerly of Madison who Is a typical gentleman of the old school and widely known and respected throughout the State His mother who was Miss Mary Reed of Boylejs stilt remem bered as a famous Bluegrass beauty possessing all the charms and virtueaof her seX During his college career Mr ETnjrj has won distinction mall lines and iu recognition of his ability and deserts was unanimously chosen vale dictorian the Jiighejet honor in the gift of his class mates In Addition to this behMrbeea selected as the reprefcen Wi e pl his copter to this Nation CwBVWtion oT hfe eoJfcSjge fraternity l1te IIeta Theta Pi tfLkli cwven e ai lNIofewW WE WANT MEN Who are interested in good Clothes to know where to best buy the best Come and see our lavish showing of new suits straight from the best Clothes makers in America These suits have all the style and quality of the best custom work and we keep sizes to fits every form and patterns to please every fancy And our price is always the ttUE For reliable merchandise No marking up iu order to mark down but one to all in the beginning S UNDERWEAR Great assortment of French Lisle Nain sook Gauze Mercerized Silk etc in pure white and all the delicate shades of color soft and light for summer at 25 cents a garment to 450 a suit SHOES Are the best Youll know this I mbetter when youve tried them f srffy J Covintoii Bonks SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR A Deserved Promotion Mr Shelby Tribbfe who for several years past has been a valued attache of the Register office this nity left this week for Lancaster to accept the lore mansbip of the Lancaster Record at a good salary Mr Tribblo is a steady reliable industrious young man and a capable compositor and his promotion isa desrved one Knowing him as we do we congratulate the Record upon securing his services and wish him suc cess in his new field Mr Eliret Flora takes Mr Tribbles place on the Beg ister To Welcome Louisville Visitors At its regular meeting Thursdaj night this City Council empowered Mayor Smith to appoint a committee of business men to arrange for the 10 ceptiou and entertainment of thelJouis vile Board of Trade excursionists who will stop over hero Tuesday June 18 for a few hours stay Councilman B Sloufler is Chairman of this Committee The city should put on its best bib and tucker and ex tend a welconio m keeping with Iticn tnonds proverbial hospitality This Committee will be announced later Killed by Lightning News yas received hero Thursday that Joseph Noland formerly of Union City this county was killed by light ning in Illinois while tngnged in farm work Deceased was a sun of Big Joe Noland and went to Illinois two years ago He was a widower and about 33 years old The body was brought here Friday and interred in the family burying ground near Union City after funeral services at his fathers home by Rev Ecton Besides a father several brothers and sisters he leaves two children both boys Relics ol Antiquity Mr Cal Mauptu candidate for Mayor brought to this office Monday a pair of spectacles which area veritable curiosity anti known to bo 125 years old They belonged to Captain John Vfllf ona grand father and were found hehiud tho mantel of the oldest house on Station Camp creek Estill county The eyes are as large as dollars the rims slimmest as heavy as a pair of old fashioned pot hooks anti look as if they might liavo been made by a black smith These relics of antiquity are on exhibition at Armers jewelry store where they may bo set n Berea Commencement Fully six thousand peope attended the annual commencement exercises of Berea College at Berea on Wednesday amHhe big tabernacle where the exercises were held was wholly inadequate to accomodate the wowd which was the largest seen there in years President Frost made the address to the graduating class in the forenoon which wits followed by the presention of di ploinas to tile fourteon graduates two of whom were colored In the after noon ex Governor W 0 Bradley the duet orator of time day was introduced and delivered a most eloquent and pol ished address Among the distill guished visitors who occupied seats on the platform were 1ty Dr W C Barton Chicago j Rev H B Bawu Nashville HOB Guy Ward Mellon jind Major II p Lloyd Cincinnati The past year ceiwidered from the standpoint of attendance the excel hence of work ila e and time expansion of its lse MM been tht1HIm4 r yer tothe t 4IItioRIMItIIT eight hat1od JDI MUed Confederate Graves Decorated The graves of the Confederate head buried in tho Richmond cemetery were appropriately decorated Saturday morning by veterans of the Thomas B Collins and WaIler Chenaut Camps who headed by Major General J M Poyntz and followed by citizens in carriages marched to the cemetery to honor the memory of their dead com rades A beautiful and touching ad dress was delivered by Rev Hugh Mc ioyinghandsjug heroes Lexingtons Conflagration Lexington was visited by a destruc live fire last Friday which burned two blocks of buildings mostly cottages entailing a loss of about SSO 000 and renderirga number of people home less The lire originated in the cooper age factory of exCouncilman A J Oolz who Is a brother of Mrs A C Wells of this city Mr Ootz claims that the tire could have been easily extinguished had the water pressure ben sufficient and he will sue the city so tho Leader says for 5000 which he estimated to be the amount of his loss In Jail For Theft Julia Crockett Ben Miller and his wife all colored charged with stealing 200 worth of clothing and jewels from MrsH Bllanger weregivenian examin ing trial Monday before County Judge Million and held over to await the ac tion of the graud jury Many of the stolen goods were found in possession of the accused and a strong case made out against them There is a vast amount of petty thieving done in this town by servants who seem to think they have a right to appropriate anything belonging to their employers not nailed down and if a few of them are made examples of and sent to Frank fort it may have the effect at least of diminishing if not putting a stop to this wholesale pillage Five Graduates Awarded Diplomas The annual commencement exercifcs ol the city graded school of which Prof II H Brock is Principal wore held Friday morning at 10 oclock at tho court house and as Is always the case with the peoples college was the signal for a tremendous crowd which taxed the capacity of the building and which included many representative citizens besides trustees patrons and friends of the school The exercises began Miortly after 10 oclock with a divine invocation by Rev H G Tu neroThis vas followed by a chorus by pupils of the minor grades after which Rev Hugh McLellan was introduced and delivered in his usually impres sive tirnncr an ornate and beautiful address to the graduating clasp num bering fTvo young ladies who appareled in spotless white never looked lovelier The five graduates were Missus Lulu Bentcn Campbell Pattie Leo Prather Elnorah Million Mayme Fisher Campbell and Mattie Turpin all of this city In a iow well chosen words Principal Brock presented the diplomas after which the graduates were the recipients of numerous presents n the shape of flowers mill books etc amply attest ing their popalaHiy and esteem Con sidered from point of attendance and excellence class work the past sea on line be a one of the most 8Bec ftt fnl in the history of tHe ecliobljiMiatlw Board stowed Its pprecialion j f tkk pregreM by tHJe ti crriBcip4l Brock ad him tiIM wp at autntI tOl a r T DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING OF BARGAINS fOR CASH BUYERS THE DUSY OIL CASH ST Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond storehasgreat sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us ofthemWe commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with our OUtkeenedged nowG50pantshaveyourboysWe mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as big a stock of SHOES as we areforcedCome and buy all the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer goodmhicekiiifobeforebe changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very rospt weii OLD AIVI COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Two Police Judqes Our neighboring town Berca has two Police Judges each claiming the right to the office Recently Gov Beckham to fill the vacancy caused by the resig nation of our good friend Judge J W VanWinkle who it is alleged was force by antagonism of time Town Board to throw up the sponge appoint ed and commissioned J II Kinnaird a Democrat This selection it seems was distasteful to the Town Board which is solidly Republican and under a law now obsolete it appointed one of its members S E Welch to be Police Judge County Judge Million has ap proved Mr Welchs bond but Mr Kin naird has the court records and says ho proposes to hold on Both men have n large following and refuse to yield and the courts may be called upon to decide the contest Burial ol Judge Chenaull The body of Judge William Chonault Dean of the law faculty of Central Uni verslty who died last week at Colorado Springs Colorado reached here Tuesday night and was deposited in tho cemetery vault until Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock when the inter ment took place beside his beloved wife in time Richmond cemetery the funeral exercises being under tho auspices of time Richmond Bir Association Judge 0 H Breck and others paid glow ing tributes to the memory of the de ceased and suitable resolution on his death were read prepared by a committee of his brother lawyers appointed for that purpose A handsome floral design from the lIar Atsocliitionj was placed upon his grave And when the earth cliwed above bis mortal remains truly could it be saidn elder fu Israel has fallen Jleauisccat In pact Goes to Lexington Prof C W Reynold who for the past six years has been the able and accomplished Principal of the Colored Graded School this city has with Jrawn his application for reelection having been chosen last week Principal of Russell School Lexington Ky at a salary of SI 200 per Saimum almost twice as much as he revived here On several occasions we have hall an opportunity to inspect Prof Reynolds work and its superiority at once stamped him us a teacher ol rare abili ty lie has minis the Uichmon chool one of the most proficient hi time State and his departure is a distinct loss which wilt bo felt by all cenl1e tell with tho school IlLs promotion is n recognition richly deserved antI which always follows true merit At Lox isgtoa he will have under him about twenty teachers and there we predict- l r him even greater things than he ac eopljetl here There are three ap pMeaats for the prjncipaWiip here itreWhite Prof DM Russell- p04 Fief Lyons of NicholsivIIaad tb Bawd nMtUel1llkt to makers JbtoutJbtt ttot H if jb pIJ rdi mo1 IRepublican Committee Meeting County Committee will meet at the court house in this city next Saturday June 15 forth pur pose of fixing a date for precinct con ventions to select delegates to a county convention to name candidates for the various county offices The names of the following gentlemen are mon tioned in connectionlwiththescofliccf E C Million County Judge T C Lowry County Attorney William W Bt Sheriff W T Harris W D banders Jailer John Moores Assessor Joint C Ilendrcn County Clerk Joint 1 Carpenter County Superintendent The Tune To Come Is when your teeth first commence to decay If you come to me once and if honest treatment and good work is what you want you will con tinue to come The best set of teeth 750 and if any de fect shows in five years you get a new set FREE The only Dentist in Rich mond who owns his office All work done htf living prices DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tle Hobson Buildingnext door to Govern ment Building Kiclffload Ky Reference Richmond National Bank EGGSSThurman always pays the highest cash market price for eggs hides and feathers Call and see him next door to corner of Slain and Fust streets 20febtf For Sale I ofler for sale privately my residence and two acres of land ou West Main street There aro eight rooms bath room anil mill and all necessary nut buildings Incliuling cisterns For particulars call 1n or ad dress Dr G W Kvani or Ihn umVr signed tItS SPRKoSyitH ajanlyr Ky Emperor WiUiaeas is Mkltor more than or0 lottois a ikiy fif ARI average EtMma awl Skin Ers x XemJek EcaemCar md Re I kklt Peftt Blood Toic il1 tM ssoi ebUts Al B L JIWcW to 0 t 1 t ti 3 ijL In late years men have made fortunes out of the tailings of gold mines forIIof the precious metal to escnpe and that loss amounted in somn cases to a fortune The stomach is just like a stamp mill in this respect that when it is not in perfect order it allows the preciousThe loss when continuous means the loss of mans greatest fortuneshealth Science offers a remedy for this condition in Dr Pierces Gulden Medical Discovery It corrects the weakness of the stomach prevents wnsteand loss of nourishment and puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition into a condition of health which en ables them to save anti assimilate all the nutriment contained in the food which is eaten In nil eases of consti Btipmion the nas of Dr Pierces Pleas ant Pellelts will speedily and perma nently cure the disease- Massachusetts uses more postage stamps per capita of population than ally other State in the Union Dr Whitos Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question fcce our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OBRA C HART State A nt- 2ifeblyr Safeblowers robbed the First Na tional Bank of Mineral Point Wi3 of 25000 llurrs Rheumatism or Catarrh Through time lllood Cost Notliimrlo Try Would yon like to got rid of that chronic rheumatism or offensive catarrh forever Then take a bottle of Botanic Blood Balm which has cured thous ands of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treat ment Botanic Blood 1alin CB Ii B cures through the blood by destroying tho poisons which causesltiie awful deltas in the bones joints shoulder blades and back swullen glands baw lmiipalredlmearlmmg cure BoUnlc Blood hahn thoroughly tested for thirty years Composed of pure Botanic Drugs Perfectly safe toi take by old and young Druggists fl Trial treament free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Deocnba tron rjle and free medical advice given until Iured Dont give up hope but try B B li which mmmakns1thne blood pure and rich and Hp the all rundown tired iitrjht1t B makes time blood red the skin time rich glow of perfect health 4 The Tex n reme Court has decked that liioUrsuchises of railroad aw not taxable i TUter SatKken at wd Jrihohimtcnze itcImIigam- dkut to timeag diseeaes is- iv applying Cbmnberks3- km O1ntinet iavt b eu thui md 1Ib M2 4 ifiiL Stops tho Cough and Works oft tho Cord Laxative Bromo Qtinlno Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Admiral Carvers expresses fear for time disintegration of Spain into a number ot smaller states TO 01732 A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it slnaturoiaChicago was selected as time place for the next meeting of the International Association of Car Workers Lire LifeIjoyous one Persons that can rarely or never make it in honesty to themselves are among the most unfortunate They Riot lire but ejcist for to lire im plies more than to be To live is to bo equaltimeretire not overcome br them to feel medidllemen awl women well mill strong has accomplished a great work bestowing the richest blessings and that medi cine is Hoods Sareaparilla The weak rundown or debilitated from any Itbuildexistence into life and makes life more abounding We are glad to say these words in its favor to the readers of our columns 12junlni A Minnesota county Board of Control thirtymen jthis signature Is on jih c Laxative Br the remedy that cures a s d Iuisi Every thief clll1lWsalot 4 hes mtn jo l e suspected ppjwtlyj lodrlThey curs dandhif MrJ iy Afrf ache etc costs 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enlarged and rearranged Jt is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New Yorkjand all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks itConsignments for Commission firms given prompt at F- eJwefoHS SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr Tin Sgiilka Mutual Initial Co F LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is less than 7 yearfi oM and linn a greater premium income to tho business in force thau any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid in Living Benefits 380000Amount Placed iu Reverse and Surplus 200000 Anyone dteiriBe an investment yielding large returns during life this Company otters special advautages TZ SMITH BOMTVmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky PLOWS I PLOWS I The Reason has arrived when the farmers are ill Iearch of PLOWS anl other Farming Implements and that tliosfl in need of such may know that we are still catering to the wants of this class vu call attention to our lino o- fVulcan Plows New Western Disc Harrows Cultivators Barlow Corn Hardware Planters Stoves TinwareT- in Roofins and Guttering a specialty W D Buckley Tinner Call and examine our stock before buying elsewhere TAYLOR BROS fc E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and Treas JL M WARE General Manager The Jefferson Gu ran y cy Oo ItJII t 9 the Market 1 The BEST because it will make you the j f Most Money On It is BEST because j1 9there is no high ratio 3 1 for J business on our t1 BooksItIt requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company i1 e JeJrerson to NEW and under Its Weekly Contract can sell you virtually 1 p 2r ijJuOrou d Floor Bnsinesi every 18th week trA A trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The 1 jL JeUersoUot HOMEOP =ICE ar No2 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED 1856 dEOAVMOBIU8Tres ww lUTE Vice Pres mMTU L tlrE IJ AV B C 0F KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Lotrisvilfe Ky Dvi TiejJasUcnryA Hodge fuptgaccs t Keatacky y4 SiAtlinItLth tllDecJl19A 71ta8 IWtPiuS 11 49ts J97432tuefor t 1i ZceH JIicomeoyxerpet14ae u a hce l II 1Itr iJH KENNEDY peciaf- na17 r RICHMOND KY S LAND STOCI AND CROP R A Dodd purchased 2000 bushels of wheat of Sam Barklev this week at 72c Nicholnsville Journal Young Sanders Co sold to Simon Wielil of Lexington 350 1100 pouuJ steers at 4Jc Lebanon Enterprise Sam Forsytho sold to J C Noel of Franklin county a pair ot work mules for 275 Mr Foisytlie has sold sever al pair as high as 300 Harrodsburp SayingsA county man has a cow that has had five calves in two years In tho spring of 1899 she dropped twins in 1900 she dropped triplets anti now for tho second time in two years she line two fine heifer calves VT II Murphy bought of Frank North 25 sheep and 27 lambs at S425 with the lambs thrown InW S Dryo Co of Hustonville sold a six year old combined mare to Keith oi Covington for 325 Stanford Journal Lutes Co says the Stanford Journal bought of James II Carter 25 heifers at 3c and of various parties soy oral head of cows and heifers for July dellvory nt 3 to 3Jc They also bought of Mr Carter 20 hogs at 41c weight 100 pounds- D S Gay of Winchester has secured a government contract forhcmp for the navy yard at Boston about 125 tons of doubledressed which will equal about double the amount of the ordinary sin gledressed article The contract in volves about 30000 Farmers say that this has been the poorest year for the sale of lambs in several seasons The lambs were not cood because of the drouth last year and the consequent poor grazing and clover crop failure Besides it is said dogs killed 5000 worth of sheep and lambs in Boyle and Mercer counties Last year the poultry earnings of the United States amounted to over 300 000000 being greater value by 51000 000 than our entire wheat crop 105 000000 greater than our swine brought us 3000000 more than our cotton crop and more than three times as great as all the interest paid oa mort gaces during the year Northern Indiana farmers are experimenting In the domestication of quail otid the results are reported as highly cratifyiug Nearly every farmer in that section has from ono to three coveys on his farm and is giving them kind and carefuUattention During tho enow sea son the birds are regularly fed and on some of the farms they have become so tame that they roost with the barn yard fowls The North Carolina experiment sta tion has discovered that tho flavor of eggs is determined by the feed Alter giving tho hens chopped onions for two weeks the eggs become disagreeable in flavor that they could not be used Wheat shorts cottonseed meal and skimmed milk increased tho number of eggs laid but the eggs had a dis agreeable flavor Cracked coru and corn dough resulted in fewer eggs but larger tines and of better flavor No animal upon the farm lisa made mire money for the farmer than the hog It may be stated generally that swino never lost anybody money un less disease has come in anti wiped out a fine herd of hogs We may neglect a hog and if we como short of killing it by starvation or disease it will still pay The farmer who makes money out of swine however takes good care of them and while there is no one method- of swine feeding that can be said to be absolutely essential to success the farmer who has a good breed plenty of corn and plenty ot clover will make as great a success as anybody will with any other method Tho Midland Farmer calls attention to the fact in a recent number that notwithstanding the small stomach of tho horse his manger is kept full of hay The advice is given to feed less hay and more grain and feed three times a day A work horse should not be fed hay at noon but a less bulky and more concentrated feed Givn H pounds of hay and finish out tho bal alice of his ration with grain Liverymen feed very little hay but nod straw to give bulk to the ration of grain Heaves is a disease caused largely by overfeeding with bulky fodder and hay Early cut millett is becoming popular for horses but if too late cut it endangers the health of the horse affecting the kidneys and caus lug lameness and foyer It is safest at all times to mix with other hay or feed alternately with it Is Life Wuth Living Washington SUM Is lift wuth living I dnniio Maybe not an maybe so Havent time the truth to state Fur seen senonsdebato Who the sun Is kind an warm An the sky is free from ttorm When the buds are lookin out At the grasses round about An the wakenin through the wood Sort o sets you feclin good Ijes havent got the time Fur the solemn an sublime Life wuth livinc I dunno Maybe not an maybe When the birds begin to sing I cant stop fur figgetiuf GriltltUde Always seeks to find some expression for itself andwomanly gratitude will not keep Cynical people sometimes say why do women write testimonials to the value of Dr Pierces Favorite lescnpuonr The answer can be put in one word Gratitude When after years of agony a woman is freed from pain wGen the weak woman is made strong and the sick woman well the natural im pulse is to write a wordof grateful thanks medicine which caused the cure Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription cures pecuUarto wmen regularity ening dranMheals inflammation and ralceration and cures female Wcakries i5iriused Dr Kercen Favorite Pre xcriBtioti Mid Golden Medical PUcorcTy dunU trlIfft Msttk Io or rku iey tI can hwtltfltl1yr wiedt1xtIaI rc w tnteforoQIIICItrestettt curtbilwuenes withCa of a laxative u indkaUd ricrt WORTHY SUC ESSOIt1 Something New Under the Sun SAIL doctors have tried to cure CAT nHH the use of powders acid pastelormTheirmembranes causing them to crack open and bteed The powerful acids used in tho inhalers have entirely eaten away tile same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who has for ninny years made a close study and specialty or the treat ment of CATARRH has at last perfected a Treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but pernanently cures CATAURH by removing the cause stopping the ills chargee and curing alt inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the afflicted parts This wonderful remedy is known as SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE and is soul at the extremely low price of One Dollareach package containing internal and external medicine sufficient for a full mouths treatment and everything necessary to its perfect nse perfectCATAIIIUI now recognized as the only safe an j positive cure for thatanuoylng nnd dis gusting disease It cures all inflammation quickly and permanently and is alsn wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLt in the HEAD CATARRH when netrlccted often leads to COXSUMPTIONSNUF- FLES will save you if yon use it at once It is no ordinary iemedy but a complete treatment which is positively anyformdirections which accompany each package Dont deJa but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advico from tho discoverer of remedy regarding your case without cost toyou beyond the regular price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in time United States or Canada on receipt of Onn Dollar Address Dept C 959 ED WIN B GILES COMPANY2330 ant 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr Those Republican papers who scolded thin President so for his abandonment of plain duty can now return to their original position and wage war for free trade with Porto Rico A few months ago toed which I ate for breakfast would not remain on my stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and can now eat my breakfast and other meals with a relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for stomach troublesEl S Pitts Ar lin ton Texas Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what ytfu eat 4Perrytc Thomas Will somebody please toll us whether time Presbyterian change of creed will affect the salvation of those who were saved under the old constitution and bylaws Mr Tae Brown of Pntsmouth Va over 00 years of age suffered fcr years with a bad sore on his face Physi cians could not holp him DeWitts Witch hazel Salve cured him per manently PEnny THOMAS It is singular iiow unanimous Iowa is in favor of Mr Conger for Minister to China almost unanimous as the administration is for his election us Governor of Iowa Danger disease and death follow neglect IIf the bowels Use DeWitts Little Early Risers to regulate them and you will add years to your life and Life lo your yen Easy to take never gripe IEKKY THOMAS The Youths Companions Stvenly Filth Year The volume of the Youths Companion for IDOl marks the papers seventy fifth year of continuous publication seventyfive years during which it has had the approval of three generations of readers The constant aim of time Companion is to carry into time homo reading that shall be helpful as well as entertainingreading that shall con tribute to the pure happiness of all time family There will not be an iF8ue during tho entire year that will not be crowded with good stories and articles of rate interest and value A descript ive annnouncement of time Diplomatists Explorers Sailorx Trappers Indian Fighters StoryWriters and SelfMade Men and Women in many vocations besides popular writers of fiction who have been engaged as cOlitributors to the fiftytwo numbers of 1901 will he sent free to any address with camplo copies of the paper THE YOUTHS COMPANION Boston Mass STRAYED OR STOLEN From my place near Ricos Station Estill county on the night of May 20 one bay horse 0 years old white hind feet and knot on inside of right knee also one dark hay mho Both are sup posed to have left together Any information leading to the recovery of one or both will be liberally reward ed Address AARON COLE Rices Station Estill county Ky A Parable Photographic Times And it came to pass that after he had advertised lila goods there cameto him great multitudes from nil the regions round about and did buy of him And when his competitors sew it they marveled among themselves saying How be it that this Ulan is busy while we loaf around our doors And ho spake unto them saying Verily verily I say unto you in this fast age of push nnd rustle it is easier for a camel to enter the eye of a needle than far a business man to flourish without advertising The Pension Office says it will investigate the puller in scandal practised on the returning volunteers by pension agents in San Francisco Its about time Now that Sir Hanna has joined the GA B there js borne reason 1 be Rove that that organization will have some little influence with time Presi dent The Congress of Mothers ut Columbus Is reported to have been a dead failure There were too manyold maids atnorg the delegates The Scotch may say mean things about Mr Carne ies princely gift but theyll take it all time sameand glad togetit A bunko man has gotten tho best of a Chicago alderman When Greek meet Greek then comes the tug of war liy th game laws of New Hampshire no lHdjvW d is Howell to kill sees than ftftMB jmrfridgfflin ooo day 0TheN 41Oi tot Ofst Mf the pyramM Chop It could be bui- ltteGhay10 m lhree thouM d marrTageis are per formtd every day all ovfir the wdrld j d 7 The akinsrzm 5 1ofGood Begins in growing Anywhere Vbetween the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for ARBUCKLES Roasled Coffee buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A poundof Artmckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations ofArbuckles- In each pound package of Arbuckles Ross ted Coffee there In a ltd of articles WIth each package In which the List Is found ths purchaser has bought a part or come article to be selected by or from the List subject only to the condition that the sig nature on the package Is to be cut out and rctnrned to our Dept You should see this List Address alt communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY i KadolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestruct ng tLo exhausted digestive organs Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It In curesDyspepsiaSour Stomach Nausea allotherresultsofimperfectdigestion DeWitt 4 Co Chicago For sale liy Perry J Thomas Low Rate Excursions to Colorado and Utah EVERY DAY Via Carlillton Konlr commencing June 18 continuing through tho summer These will be the lowest rate summer UockyMonntalnis one ONE FARE PLUS S2 for tho round trip but on certain dates fur in stance front July 1st to 9th inclusive Lower than Halt Rates are Offered The Burlington Route is the best line the main travel line to Colorado This is a rare chance to get an out ing in this magnificent sceniif and de lightful summer region Tho general scheme ot excursion rates is so exten sivo and varied that inquiries or details should bo made of tho nearest unIersignedDoprinted matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for the public as well as Epworth Leaguers Less than hidE rates Get berths early in the Burlingtons special through tourists sleeper to San Fran cieco leaving daily July Cth to 13th nightfromthroughScenic Every Wednesday per inExcursionsors same route as above Send for descriptive folder W JI SHAW L W WAKELY a P A 406 Vine St G P A Cincinnati O St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Hen ManagerSt Mo Cmary I Offers the following attractions ANNUAL MEETING Imperial Council 1 OF T MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City 3fo Jane Hanil 12 1901 One Fare for the RoundTrip PLUS 52 E worth LnpB Un iDE SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18 to 21- cFJ1TY FEDJEb FJTES- PzdiAL iiClRSIOMS TO CfOLMtABO liD UTAfJ- H July August arHlSefviwtarr One JPare the Bound Trip PIN81U11 Tor fnrttier iBforraation ei w-R1 a MATTHEWS Traf jtVJlliame K7 HOTQWNSEND G rMdTA sLLSoato1 the ftl Notion cslloe fPREE I H5 IPREEI vrflm5r Dont forget to ask for the Consumers and Merc- hantsBENENT SCRIP CUSTOMERS TAKE NOTICE anyMerchant 5 Per Cent ScripWhich they will accept for Five Cents on every CASH PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR And take Special Notice that the Merchants who belong to this Association are time most wide awake and keep the best selected Stock of Goods and theirprices are time LOWEST The ClimaxPrlnllng harnessPerryCovlnijton Arnold J Dro Groceries Douglas Simmons Hardware JewelryDr8may2m I am agent for the Page Wire Fence jfi t And will sell any amount wanted loadsKeercaron hand Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY KlrksTilie Ky aiiiInsure HQm In uranc dwellings barns lifil other prop erty In the BLVD CRASS INSUKANCB COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member ot company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year tailing to unebalf after the first year t3For further call on L P courthousemayZlly Uio blantie R i1ro iLS- cbedule In effect May lOOt- DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND forVer She vbyviule Louisville Lex ngton KKt JD and Clnclnnatl J 310 pm For Irvine 1156 sra For Millers Creek 330 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICUMONO From LoalsTllle Lexington and f 1154 smCincinnati I 830 pm Z55pjnFrom0 M BROWNINO Gen Mgr llCCoRsEtSMale American Beauties We have them ipaIl styles and shapes to fitevery figure and every corset is5 sold under this most liberal warrant Money refunded after four weeks trial if corset is not satisfactory Look for this Trade Mark on Swwde of corset ana on box r IIAloo cORsET co skPa1 f FOR SALE BY WCGRIGGS ISmILyoUiDoylesviJICt Ky i 54Lk II LumberLOwen McKeeDryGood FurnitureCoringtonJohn Allman Keats Bichmoid Cirrlaje Works VILEY THE UCTAILOR s Makes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of IMQ RT D rA nI g From New York and desires to make you an uptodMa SPRING SUIT Mr Viler cuts personally all the clothes house turns out He is easily the equAl of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York TRY HIM f jt I W S VILEYM- AIN ST LFXINGTON KY l3feb1yWall Paper Paints 1S S 0 RightPri factors to be consider ed in the buying of gooods of whatever nature We guarantee the formerI and our quotations will lish the latter on everything in the line of Wall Paper Picture Frames Window Shades a 11tsOi1stVarnishes and Glass Largest stock ki cea faI Kentucky b11UIgi 1Paint8forall t ESTABLISHED 18Td J AnyoneneedII ing a Sewing Machine will find th- eStandard AndNorwood Time only strictly up todate Sewing Ma chines on the market Call in and ex amine these goods + TO + + + Mf + 44+ + 4Main OppCourt l1s inmmiAND TIMEIKG PINE BPECLLTYq L rLANE Qt8 aT IAll Work GIufeeiI JjY close and careful inspection you will find our line of Refrigarators Ice Boxes AND Water Coolers The Best and Prices the- vLowest THE STANDARD D E1HAKLFR COMPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND Ky QUIT J BUS1NESS Having decided to quit business we will sell our entireit STOCK BOOTS SHOES ETC I expecttonever have another opportunity like this We have be i bedisposedquoted some of our prices Ladies Fine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go at S 2 60 U h 300 2 15 t 2 50 185-u u 2 00 60 it 1 50 00 Mens Fine Shoes worth S 4 00 now go at S 3 00 350 260u u 3 00 U 2 35 itf 20u 1 75 u n 2 00II 1 60 Mens Bootees 500 u 3 60 4 00 3 00 proportionThe Shoes and all others at same cut rates Call early and select what you want we will do the rest 4+ 4444 + +4 1 I Freeman Brosi fc THE NEW TONGUfLfSS CULTIVATOR CLAIMS The advantages porscssed by Time New Departure over all otner Cultivators are very numerous nm l valuable Space will not premlt naming all of them Briefly DeparturoThatlt i j time most simple in con struction and easiest operated 2 The front or carriage Js composed entirely of iron and steel occupieslittle4 It is more durable and will outlast any other Cultivator 55It cost the farmer less for repairs It is lighter and requires less draft from the team 7 It has no down draft or side pres sure 8 It causes no sore necks or galled shoulders 9 It has no complicated evenereiiih hostels compelled lode his shareofwnrk 10 The pitch of the shanks having safetypin braces can be adjusted to a airety 11 It runs steadier over crossfurrows and uneven ground 12 On side hill ground the wheels are always retained in the path of the team by the draft atthe14 It has time celebrated Pattse Shovel which rive the most perfect sal iffaction 15 It leaves the teams with snnd neck conditionforTt Tue New Depsetsire JoulBlt a Wgfcr and intsleat fajarr to MM tall Mlkg whewMu with andbeeKalkatea c DOUGLAS SIMMONS 1DDY1II YllFuIQlOJaPLEGIlS mchlly =