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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v u F 31TJA3136QA8 RICHMOND CLIMAXi u un M r VOLUME 28 RiBIOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 190 1f W u PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATm rR EnoftERTsjATTOflNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rromceonrCtlmax Office with Jas B Mc Creary RW MILLER ATTORSBTATL RItIUIOKJ JtF1c5y neit door toOffice U the BurnMn Building armers National Bank lebSly JASCLLTV ATrORNEVATLW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank Trust Co op posito Court Jonseon Mahi street JODMOHENAOLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYRIcHMOND Office on Second street over Ohen aults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyaiLaw KEXWCKYRICHMOND EfirOffico over Taylor Bros Store i TALBOT JACKSON ATTORNEYATLAW HIcnMOND KENTUCKY MOfflce in Prather Bnlldinc Main Rtreet PSYSIOIANS DIIS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAKS AND SUROEOKS KENTUCKY RICHMOND hr oe Celius building II and 20 Sec oedStreettJnceo1d drugnote CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty Offlce at stable on corner First and Water Street Richmond KYapr7Iy lIeC JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prathcr Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on llrondway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS MDGW PHYSICIAN AND SUHOKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STJRaERT tt 1ae11e t ton 01 oENT1ar OP LOCISVIUB KT wOffice next door to Government Building RichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to fnorlTly Dr Louis II landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No 1111 Madison Avenue Covington Ky will be at Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1901 turning very second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of RIch biond KyznaylIy Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon andIs Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky senlWtf Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade withus when you give us a trial fto a m3 p Iss DmpI- Damm Dn lllD The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la testgoods and when you buy you know yqu have thelatest uptodate rfgoods Is thatrwhat you want If so tracle witt WniteAND Gibson ++ + CALL AT + ++ JONES MERSHC SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispcnsdbydating clerks Qeariw S r4ef Water ftfl M Tf n iiiiillt PhoneS Seeonii Sl- RIOHJONiJri A4L t iJIM1cr ici eciThe largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store 1xiiigtoiiKy For repairing SplitSecond and ++ Swiss Watches also s 1 Diamond Setting and fine 4 Jewelry Work doneby 4+ Expert Workmen h nr I also make a specialty of MEDAlS CLASS PINS ETC and Desigu ins done by a tine Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent of Bryan Station representingrnMan- times My Motto is BEUABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13febly u JAPANESE pICUREofPUPpuSTOItuSof Boxes of Ointment A jurOr ratlins Cure tarPtlct Opgnuonwithare palnfnl aDd seldom apcrmanentenreand oflea cnturethlsterrlblodinease tnkneI1bjtnmU JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a lot PuctIhoand BLOOD rOUIFlCP Small mild and pleasant toDoeeaJaviuicbo rile Cure for coloonly byj v For sale by Election i Uagan Druggists fum flj0 PlIW ifJp Successor to J W Azbill tiey r e ann al ple IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all ray oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND meh271 KENTUCKY ATTENTmN 4 PtEA BT +lTo Our Prettyt WALL PAPER I t+4 +++ + + ++ +++ + + i- WE delre to call your attention the fact that at this II the breinnini of a new year as well on the 20th Century that we are cn deavorln to keep up wh progress ot time this year by enlarging Our stock of WALL PAPER DECORATnE GOODS Bo this season we will le able to show and furnish you any and all of the choicest and pretties designs As we uave bought an extensive stock direct front the manufacturers and can furnish ou Papers ranging in prices from the cheapest to the finest and most elbaorate de signs and feel con den we can sal sty wants in this ne We will also furnish Wall Molding to match anv shade o5 Wall Taper you may select and will cheerhlly furnish eg i mates on work in this line J Free of Charge It We respectfully invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main Street and see onr wall paper and get our prices before buy Ing as we can save you money and we will take pleas ure In waiting upon you and your wanta Our prices are tic lowest Thanking you in advance we are Yours respeclfuly PERRY THOMAS Wall Paper Co- W L LKEOS Painter and Decorator ITjantf PHONE 75 +SOUTHERN RIM LIYIIY IW KENTUCKY tinttmi Schadil la Effict Map 20 MO ZASTBOtmn No t Na Lv No X Loulsrllle 74Sam 400pm 7ttpra- Jlr Shelbirille9IOatn BSpm B05pm Ar LarenccbgatamAJ- VerzatllPs aSpm 045pm taiun tCpm laCHpm r Lexington KHSam TMpro lasopm wnaT1oucD SJEQ E2X1 Not Lv Lexingwn1Jam Xpm ianAr VCr5aLUCL755arn 5 pm 6SSam Ar Larencebgaam 53pm 8t53am Ar ShelbyvilleOlOam 815pm 830am- Ar LouisvilleIOlOani 74tt m TJOam L3rotND wa4uouaD Ka 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LLalflOLMyFk J U- Wabla 1 as Dc Wa1aron D 1 WATVpIOP4t WLT rLOafGPo WaatcsPC r IDJUDGEV rWINKIffi Of Berea Makes a Statement Concerning His Resigna tion 15fircaiKY June 11001 To the Citizen of lierea and all trlwm it 3pThoiIIftthejfliiqli accepted contrary to 1iis- wishMnna thefaictates bfhis bettwj- Gdfiement feels that riijnstlce to him self he should make known some facte ihich are not geiieraIiyiinieretood In the first place theBoard of Tiua tees found fault with his official pn ceedings and assumed time privilegeof asking him to resign not only as jt di viJuals but as a body On such assumption it took steps to compel him to resign with what success is now generally known to those who know anything of the prolonged fight The public need not know the iii pleasant circumstances that attended the efforts of the Board nor the arnoyanco caused in many ways to both sides but the ex Police Judge is willing to concede that part of the Board at tIiingAs to my official acts I offer no apology or defense The record sucli as it is with all of Its defects in techni cal legal phraseology and inelegance as a public record will show for itsejf and my standing as Police Judge stands or falls on its merits 8 twouldperhapsba unjust j It limy be untrue at least it would be unwise to assert any member t3Coa l4tlatho move 1 airsMiroli e Judge in order to secure the position for one of their body nor does he so Assert Yet he confesses that in view of nil that has transpired within the last six months it comes in the nature of a great surprise that the chairman of the Board a man of large means an enterprising thoroughgoing business man should agree to accept the position In conclusion without further refer ence to the nonagreement of the several heads of the city govern ment I ask space to deny emphatic ally and unequivocally the charge that the exPolice Judge had liny knowledge not the slightest hintthat H I1 Kinnard was going to bo rrciruraended or had boon recommended till after it had been done and further that it is wholly untrue that the ex Judge caucused counselled or advised with any Democrat as to the appointment of H C Kinnard or any other man nor did he at any time to any person recommended the appointment of any individual Jle did however In writing sucgest to n republican well known whoso loyalty to the party is above suspicion The advisability of recommending autable person with out reference to any name to fill the vacancy As to the demand made by the chairman for the police record to be turned over to him it came after the exJudge was informed that Mr Kin nard had received a commission anti had qualified as Police Jnditc and to whom he properly delivered the same Begging pardon in advance as wrll as space for this article The exJudye goes one step further and respectfully bit fearlessly asserts that as between a Republican and a Democrat nil other things being equal he has uo preference as to who fills any of the city offices and he takes for granted that the large majority that elevated time oxJudfie to office waived all po litical considerations Thanking tho general public lor whatever sympathy and forbearance they have extended to their public servant Time ex Judge makes his pro fpundest bow in retiring officially from the notice of his fellowcitizens Very Respectfully EXPOLICE JUDUE The prow Trust Plans for the combination of twenty one of the largest plow factories in the country were practically completed last week in Chicago Charles 1L Deeke of Moline and Former Judge W Vincent of Chicago have the de tails in charge Und expects to have the combination incorporated within a month with a prospective capita of 75000000 Ohin Kentucky Wisconsin and New York arc in the trust It a positively denied that the prices of plows will btraised- Pro1essor Hurron half been expelled from tile ministry and rftetnbership ol time Congregational church The Con reRtttioiiists are liberal but there are some things they wont stand for A Wife Says We have four ddMmu With the Erst three suffered almost unbearable pains from 12 16 H hours and had to be placed under the influence of clrofotmoI used three tottks of Mothers Friend before our last child came which iaitrqngfatndheairboi myiotewok up tei4imtwpurof fcedbvtafcwharsl i Tib m msiKktfiegraad1 M i atdy ever m OtherS Fend riI cfc jfef every woncan what it did foe die JfteMWt aketar who wrk Ac above let er NettelK it dwag pancyie a flMtefcrto be ftld fer la pain aai suffering Jbxs Friend t ift tfce ptet with a Meg Wy and dear intdUct whkfe to vjtfM are imparUd to the Mi A relaxu irc mtfcitc and allows them te expand R tiltgt mensiee ttckacM aad awryeMMs tM orconcntdiait Ie kh 1b the na1 howIO that the j-I Ur at tfatft aa pcadfcalty pahJm Dafr i10I JIft k alicsthie- i 4uA wewcrjr k nwfdr en dvIIbiiIb idi niitiiirt rrii feCI a bItIs He lra4fleU ReffHlatef ft AtW 64 sin tor or fTM WuaW book 1TSY Democratic Call At a meeting of the City Democratic KyMayJno B thenault C T Wells and W R Shackelford being present and after hearing the various candidates for City ulllces the following call was issued 1st It is ordered that a Democratic primary election be held at the various voting places in Uicumnnd Ky on Thursday June 20llu 1JOl to select GuyJudgeCity Council Chief uf Police Jusiue slIhlliLyfNov 1901 election and the polls open from 0 a in to 4 p moii day aforesaid for purpose aforesaid 2nd That for the purpose of defraying the expenses Ia primary election the candidates fur the various offices who desire their names placed on the Ballots to be voted fur at said primary election shall on or before June Oth 1SX1 at 12 oclock noon deposit with time chairman of this committee the following sums of money viz Each candidate for Mayor City Judge City Attorney and Chief of Police 10 for Justice of the Peace aud Constable 3 for Councilmen i2 3rd That said primary shall be conducted by officers to be hereafter named by this committee 4th That the Chairman and Secretary of this Committee are hereby ap pointed to provide ballots and make all arrangements for holding said elec tion5th That all legal and qualified voters In the city of Richmond who consider themselves and are known to be Democrats and who will support the nominees of this primary election aud all young men now under the age of 21 lIIajoritybeforeand who declare their puri 0f e of affiliating with the Democratic party shall be entitled to vote in said primary elec tionGth This primary election shall be held under the State law governing primary elections CityCommitteeW R SlIACKELFOni The Association of Military and Naval Surgeons has declared by resolu tion that the suppression of the army canteen has increased intemperance discontent desertion and disease and will continue to do so Still the W C T Uand the Sunday schools of the country no doubt arc better informed ANTITOXIN Full SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Corn Belt show losses In 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II e V ui after several years of scientific experi menu and stud succeeded in isolating the true- germofswinedmseaseeand prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 403 000 bogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their in well swine wilt absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will gayest least SS percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmer can easily admlaltterlbe Autltoiln Ordcraccording to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial umeled for six hors 100 Antitoxin Syringe J350 DeVanz Chemical Company 131 Van Bnren Street Chicago 21aprIy Apart from the fact that he has no party to lead Mr McLaritin has dem onstrated once more that he would not be qualified to lead one if he had it Dyspeptics cannot be long lived be cause to live requires nourishment Food is not nourishing until it is digest ed A discorded stomach cannot digest food it must have assistance Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests nil kinds of aid from tho stomach allowing it to rest and regain its natural functions Its elements are exactly the same as the natural digestive fluids and it simply rant help but do you good PERRY THOMAS The official way describing proceed ingsfor divorce nowadays is to say that one party is legislating time other out of office Low Rates to the Pan American Exposition Via Queen Crescent Route Don ble daily service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information 15maytf Wo wish some one would interview Mr Addick of Delaware in regard to tho TillmaiirMcLaurin resignations The doctors told me my cough was Incurable One Minute Cough Cure made me a well marLNorris Silver North Stratford N H Because youve stubbornconlthdont Cure him cured thousands and it will cure you Sate and sure PERRY tTHOMAS Kansas may have raised a tremend ous wheat crop as it claimed but it is quite certain that she has raised an even larger crack crop also hafiingInquickly cured by DeWittn Witch Hazel Salve the certain pile cure JEBEY THOMAS =NEW YORK FASHIONS Any preferred tartan may appear in a chic neck scarf One of the prettiest materials for a shirt waist is fancy chocked linen Bordered nuns veiling is lovely Lord t Taylor show come patterns with gold or silver border and others with silk border colored to match the goods Send to them for samples Many new shirt waists button in back The plainest style ot slipper is best adapted to the prettiest foot Bows aiid buckles are good to cover defects in this line Bizarre colors in writing paper should be avoided White cream pale blue and delicate gray tints are always correct Lines are not permissible Any white fabric from muslin to saUDi is correct for a young ladys wed ding gown Wreathes ol flowers are worn by some bridesmaids in lieu of bats at evening weddings Some of the newest thin gowns give a tailormade effect One has close bolero and Bklrtfittiak welt About the hips More iniiiBgatfpr the R k G corset Some of tho smartest gowns of the season are of combined silk taffeta and cloth A popular fad is totrin1whlla gar ments with black yelvetribbon Endora cloth inm bused for mourn hg WMIOf1nllptodats smart Most wslkia aIrerem ba v low Culn- behasd bIx c aoes- Ynnce Ii OwO eIbocntly trimmed JIM charmlag EJdTltOADiE rf j IN GlJBA where it is hot all the year round Scotts Emulsion sells better than any where else takingitwhat you have gained freeramnpSCOTT 409 Pearl Street New York Soc and fin nit druggists Late State News A 10000 dormitory is to be built for Union College at Barbonrvillo this summerIThe Danville tax rato hiss been fixed at 70c a slight increase on account of time sewer system The new oil well No2 at Sunny brook is saul to be pumping nut 500 barrels of green oil daily Jlipys largest distillery at Tyrone baa shut down having made 35734 barrels of whisky this season Time other house will run on Indefinitely apt IL M Jackson of Londonwho resigned as Captain of the London company of time State Guard about two months ago was reelected Captain of the company Attorney Felix Fox has completed taking leases on 3000 acres of oil lands around Junction Oily and states that a well will probably be bored tbe latter part of this month Mrs Aggie Nolin wife of Rev Mr Nolin of Birmingham Marshall coun ty gave lair elevenyearold son carbolic acid by mistake last Saturday The lad lived about twentyfour hours TIe mother la griefstricken The boardof trustees or the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville elected Superintendent Rogers and the faculty at present in charge A committee was appointed consisting of J L Al len John IL Welsh J A Cheek and C C Fox to go befure the Legislatuie at tie next session and work loran ap propriation ot 75000 In the Uraigs Hath county vicinity Mrs John Goodpaster had a kettle of boiling witter on the floor preparatory to scrubbing Her twentytwomonths old soil was playing in the room and accidentally stepped Into the kettle and before the child could be rescued the lower part of his body was honi bly scalded Two men were killed and one more tally wounded at Corbin in a fight growing outIf an attempt to arrest Andy Cox Deputy Sheriff Brannon demanded his surrender Coxs reply was a bullet which instantly killed Branham anti Cox then turned and fired on Chief of Police Silas Wilder who was advancing on him with a drawn pistol Wilder was mortally wounded but killed Cox by shoting hint through the heart Wilder died laterSeveral weeks since Mrs P I Mc Carty of Paris invested flO in some Texas land bonds Since that time oil in laige qualities has been struck on tIme property and last week she was offered 2000 for her share in tIme land Mrs McCarty refused to consider the offer James R Keene ins purchased in Fayette county the old Robert Breck inridge property on the Mt Horeb turnpike for 20000 The land adjoins Castleton and will be used as a part of this famous thoroughbred breeding es tablishment The Kentucky Telephone Association will hold a meeting in Lexington June 27 and 23 TIme independent move ment has made vast strides in Ken tucky during the past six months feCln ton has recently put in an ex change and toll lines to adjoining counties Louisville Is at work on a million capital and will in addition to an immense exchange have connec tions not only throughout the State but to neighboring States There are more than fifty local companies in tel ested in the association and they pro- pos lo network the State and place telephoner within the reach of toe lassos and at reasonable rates The new collar trusts is likely to get the country in the neck THE HOME GOLD CURE AN LNOES10US TKKATMNT BY YIIllH- UUUNKAKDS AWE BKING CUUED DAILY IN SllTK 01 T11EJ1 SELVKS No Noxious Doses No Weakening of time Nerves A Pleasant ani 1osillvo Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is disease und not weakness A body filled with puisonand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat InK Iiquorsrjequire9 an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradication this poison and destroying the craving for intoxicants Sullen urn may now euro theitificlveaat home without publicity or loss of time from business1 bv this wonderful HOME JOLt CURE which hiss been perfected after many years of close study nUll treatment of inebriates Tilt faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discov cry is positively guaranteed to euro the most obstinate rase no matter how hard a drinker Our records ebow the mavelons transformation tiiousarms- or Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUH HTIS HAN fSl rillLDUEN CURE YOUR FATHERS I 11hls remedy Is in no soBsa nostrum bnt is n sicIf1e- or this disease only and is so devised and prepared skillfullyI thoroughly soluble and ofltethe person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with tubs priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and made turn perat men by havfn the CURE ad ministered by loving friends and role lives wiihouttlieirknowlfldge in coffee or tea shd believe today that they diftcontmoed drinkingof their own free will DO NOT WAIT Do not bade ludellby annarent and misteadlnkhim proveiiiwit Drlvft out the disease at once and for aUtimelheHOME extrertmnlylowwkhia each of everyhody treatment J25topsckae Soadaladvice by skiMed pimysisians wli reqlaestel wlthoute- xfa Sent WIi5ll to poet of use woiWaleftliptotOtte Dolter Acta wfc B GILES V oOPANY98 and 28- UarkM Mrmt bildelphi AH cortwpesd Dce atrjcily confiden tial is linaylyr i- News in the Music World Art lovers who enjoy music as well will be interested to know that George Roseys latest march published this month is called the QainHborough after the famous painting which was lost for twentyfive years The new march is another Honeymoon time composers first tremendous success Music lovers whose favorite ballad was Little Georgia Jte will be Inter itsted to learn that the same authors Max S Wilt and Robert F Roden have another beautiful new ballad en titled We Were Happy Once Together Kate and 1 Mary Mannering has just sent her tip probation to a new set of waltzes called after her name and dedicated to her by a talented actress Miss Julia Ueverenx The title Image alone is a marvel of beauty Im Going to Live Anyhow Until I Die is the quaint title of on odd phil osophical coon song It is by Shepard Jvlmons arid haa had great success as sung by Ernest Hogan Clarice Vance and other stars Time Art of Picking Fowl is an odd conceit in a coon song by Heelan and llolf Those in search of a laughing hit should be sure and get it A Picture Without a Frame is the title of a new ballad by Al Wilier and Harry Jonnes which has won much favor It has a beautiful description of pastoral scones in it coupled to n sweet melody The above publications are issued this month by Jos W Stern Co the House of Hits who are also agents for time celebrated S K Stewart Banjos and the Goprga Bauer Mandolins and Guitars They will be pleased to send their illustrated catalogue free upon application to their main offices 31 E 21st Street New York Low Rales via Queen and Crescent Roule lo The Following Points Montreal N 0 Christian Workers- Assembly July 21 to Atmuat 4 On sale July 22nu good returning Aug 8 Milwaukee Will Grand Lodge BP O E July 23 to 25 Long limit and low rates MeetingState20 One fare the round trip good returning August 1G Montreal N C Montreat Bible Con ference 11 to 25 Lou rates rood returning August 27 Ask ticket agents for full particulars Not More Than a Half Dozen Bill Nye often spoke his witticisms laden with the greatest truths Among these is the following A man may use a wart on the back of his neck for a collar button ride on the back coach of a train to save the interest on his money until the conductor cornea around stop his watch nights to save the wear and tear leave his innd T without a dot or cross to save ink pasture his mothers grave to save corn j buta man of this kind is a gentleman and aschohr compared to a fellow who will take a newspaper and when asked to pay for it puts it in the office and has it marked refused II We are proud to say that there are not more than a half dozen such men lye in Madison county A surgical operation is not necessary to cure plies DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve saves all that expense and never fails Beware of counterfeits Perry it Thomas To UtfflzeScrap Paper While GovV W T Durbin of In diana wnslnNEwYork last week lie perfected a deal for the erection of a plant in the vicinity of the city for time convertion of thewaste newspapers of the metropolis jnto a cheap article of paper boxes He is at the head of a establishment near Chicago which uses upward of seventyfive tons of old papers a day in the manufacture of boxes The enterprise was so profita ble that he concluded to branch out and take in the New York field The plant in New Rork will be on a more extensive scale than tIme Western factory The bilious tired nervous m m can not successfully compete with lila EarlyRiserstion will remove the calms of your troubles Perry t Thomas Richmond Ky June 10 1001 Dear Edtor- I linen just returned from the 31st Annual Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association which was invited to and held in Min apolis Minn We were welcomed by t 10 Governor Mayor President of Press Club and the President of the Commercial Club in most flattering speeches The citizens opened their homes and churches to us and the minister ot the Baptist church gave us the church to hold our session in and made a fine suffrage speech The Business Women Club gave a reception in our honor as well as one of time ladies ot the city We had one hundred and fifty delegates Tie South being rep resented by South Carolina Louisiana Kentucky Missonriand Virginia V e were invited to Atlantic City Charles ton 8 C New Orleans nndMilwalkee to hold our next convention Our dear Miss Anthony was present and took Jar usual inimitable part in our session and gave pleasure to all who knew her It takes fourteen thousand dollars to run our work per year as now planed which we raised while there and finished up all the con vention work before adjourning We raised for Bureau last year 5501 clear We now have some form of suffrage in all but fifteen of the fortyfive States of the Union Full suffrage in four In three municipal or tax suffrage New York lltteLas just given suffrage to tax paying women Most employments are opened to women and I believe all he professions and many onhe lead ingrollegcB so we see that we are pro KrewiHjc toward our good full sufliuss IB alljpur States of the Union Equal rights to thewomen aunt meu JRespectfally MARY BCiAY- Exeeetive Committee 06 Ket eky and Delegate toNatw el Aaeeektio- nKwlaeky State AitoektUtw was rep tental by Mm Luua Cir Xticnl- AttMt r Mrs Sarah Ctar B ntmt 3tln l Convention Cangrewiopil Work MM Mary B Cipy NMhI Execa tiro Committee T T r A GREAT IrcthdF SPRING BARGAINS a 500 Allwool Ments Casi mere Suits swell paterns 4 style and fit at 399 500 Allwool Clay Worsted Suits best values ever shown in Lexington for C 499 I They are made up in the very best style lined with I farmers satin sewedwith silk thread and of the latest t cut All New Goods 4 COME EARLY AVOID RUSH Biggest Sale Ever Held Lexington STRAUSIAND FINE LEXINGTON KENTUCKY THE Farquhar has been the lead- ingTHRESHER for 45 years too well known too need description here Send for illustrated catalogue of Engines Ttiroshing Machin ery Saw Mills and Agricultural Implements mailed free A B FARQUIIAR COie Ltd YORK PA- maylIw 6reatest BargainsEver CLIMAX And Thee OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both OneYear For 1 I TIme OHIO FARMER Cleveland 0 is time best agricultural live stock market and home weekly journal in this country For every member of the family It tells how to make the farm pay and the home happy It has 20 pages every week often 24 pages Must complete and reliable market reports Largest actual etaff of practical editors and correspondents all farmers No wide awake farmer will he with out this great farm and home journal It will pay for itself timo and again Address Climax Printing HAIR HELP lus So many that wont 2 row the reason Hair needs help just as anything else docs at times The roots re quire feeding When hair stops growing it loses its ter It looksdead i5O personshave is stubbornand It AfffH IIoracts almost instantly on such hair It awakens new life in the hair bulbs The effect is astonishing Your hair grows be comes thicker and all dandruff is removed And the color of early life is restored to faded or gray hair This is always the case St8ebeUIe AH iJmrr tt I rmvo tiPI Mr Vl er and as really astonMw K lINt it has dooo to keeiitag n y kale from coming eel It tiw b Mt tonic X have tr H awl I toil rontlnna ft naaummA it yfrivd MATTl fTJ8eptte lS urljJI 0 Jl 7 do s nkt ir thai u frea USIW- 1J155fwrtistb latt DLP a w c5 tC c t I I I 250 Blue Flannel Suits colors guaranteed at 499 All the ask 900 I Full line of Serge Coats bypIt iurrea ienjamin o to o New York City It 200 Spring and Summer weight fancy Bal t briggan Underwear at 19c a garment The best in the world all sizes up to 50 TW In L2JJJB LEADING CLOTHIERS MERCHANT TAILORS THE Co- BkimmondKy Whats original dealers dozen LEXINGT N INVE TMENT Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested tp Branch office front room over Joplins furniture store L P1 TODD MGR Q eOos+ Beware of the 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 use They are worth twice as much as the others but we dont ask it for them of the same kind Ken ucky Carriage W erRs elijunet2tf RICHMOND KENTUCKY fWhen You Drink 11 Java and Mocha COFFEE You get the bestIA5K 2lapr2niHIGGINS ELLIS THE BEST PAPER Published In the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is ti- meTwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of many dailies and thesupeHorof all other remi reeklies or w iaiuei Wednesday and Saturday 104 copies a jrerand you jet it for only 100 A YAT JTi- me Wednesday issue js atrmi I the Botiray PmsuIe- A liberal comnU iOBfg Aon copies cheerf illr east are to sit i teethes Write hu cQPsr1LE rImYPI1CAL A UIIT OU CAll Mc CLIMAX rui Yes CiwiciwrxaI Iea1 for Only 5 fltAFway Stope at Expir toa iof Subdpion nlrAJItKrfJOlo1Nluactrlie Mttt thrOttgb Ute OIUC4X oco NUMBER 4 S PATENTS I ADVICE AS PATENTABIL Notice in Inrentive Age Book How to obtain Patents IDESIGNS IpatentlsaecuredLetters SIGGERS Patent LawyerWashlngton DC PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sale 175 acres of Blue BigIthuIon SATURDAY JUNE 15 19dil at fiIheof 100 acres and 76 acres Jv The land is in one bodyhas a very good dwelling with Jroonmignoliarlm and other ImlldlbjrB orchard uf apples peaeligssnd farni irchI watered Church and school liuuse nearby Will beeoltl onVeaflonablajlernid of three paymeiitH rom titus of LIvinjc i os fseiqficWhicli will be oto- her with rtlob seethed and fullpossearikwvifiyeaJorinary 1P02 Timos IN AiK D B HOUSE 22 JAHOMA Ef iair Territory Arkansas I+ Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central By way of Memphis Qnly Cne Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon cDO3Ir et D91 Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars outs of Louisville for telMsdHlca amid rates wrIts to It HIOWLIER Tra paw Art I O ft IT The Richmond Climax J O CriENAOLT Proprietor- A D MILLER Manager IIILEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1901 rURUHHKUZVCRV WKDNIC8DAY BY Thg Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR comnnr juoan tIN B THKPIN FOR COUNTY ATTOBKET J TEVIS COBB FOR SUEalFF JOHN F WAGERS TOO JAILER JAMES a LACY JFOB CODST CLJtKC JESSE COil POE uaaBrArxC- HAS L EKABCY FOB SCHOOL 8UPEBIKTKXDESJT J WAGERS FOB ASSESSOB GEORGE NOLAND FOR SOBVBTOB S F ROCK LOB CORONER CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS FOB rOLICB JUDGE We are authorized to announce JUDGE H C RIGS for reelection to the office ot Police Jodgp of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held June at FOE CITY ATTORNEY We authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate for reelection to the office of City Attorney nabject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R LKTOHEH Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratl pcarty FOE We are authorized to announce CLARENCE E WOODS a candidate for Mayor of the City Richmond subject to the action of the Demo cratfe party We are authorized to announce DAVID It TEVIS a candidate for Mayor of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Demo eratie party We are authorized to announce JAMES B STOUHFBR a candidate for Mayor of the City of Rinnoud subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CALVIN MAUPIN a candidate for Mayor of the City ot Richmond subject ta the action of the Demo cratic party FOR COUJfCILMEN COURT HOUSE We are authorized to announce W L LHffDS a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 21 are sstliortzod to announce JAS W SMITH a candidate fur Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June VOU Wei re authorized to announce JOSEPH W liALBS a candidate for Councilman subject to ne action of the Democratic primary June 20 l ate authorized to announce CHARLES JACOBS a candllat for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 INIWe authorized to announce LYMAM PARRISIIa candidate for Councilman sub primaryJunoOCITY lULL We ar authorized to announce E HBYBEE a candidate for Councilman subject to the action f the Democratic primary Jnne20 We are authorized to announce B JUETT a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 We are authorized to announce L T NIL SON a candidate for t ouncilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary Jane 20 are authorized to announce C T WELLS a candidate for Councilman sublect to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 UNIVERSITY We are authorized to announce Ar L AR NOLD a candidate for Councilman subject to the notion of the Democratic primary June 24 are authorized to announce E Eo Mc OANN a candidate for Councilman subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 201901 We are authorized to announce CYRUS G DOUGLAS a candidate for Councilman snb pnmaryrnneFOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are authorized to announce W L ElM MOWS a candidate for Chief of Police sub ject to the action of the Democratic Primary Jane 20 1901 We arc authorized to announce JAMES H ALLMAN a andidafb for Chief of Police of the City of Richmond snblect to the action of the Democratic City Primary June 20 W are authorized to annonn e J D FEENY a candidate for Chief of Police of the City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 FOR We are authorized to announce L M SCRIVNER a candidate for Constable in the Richmond District subject to the action of the Democratic primary June 20 1901 We are authorized to announce JOR BUSH a candidate for Constable in the Richmond District subject to the action the Democratic primary June 20 We are authorized to announce FRANK KENNEDY a candidate for Constable the Richmond District subject to the action of the Democratic primary Jane 20 CF8owefCo LEXINGTON KY Out of- Door Furniture 0 0 Is in demand at this season of the yearu No Veranda or Lawn is complete withoutuscful and decorative pieces of this kind We want you to see what we have in this line T Whole Stock is so inexpensive as to make one marvel ijqf it can be produced at such figures Also HAMMOCKS al prices I I Calland Inspect Our Stock t t Cififlniwerto KAIN AHD BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY ar WELCOME LOUISyiLLIANS l f 1Inirrespective of rankrty sect or pie vious condition of commercial servi tude the CLIMAX extends a sincere and cordial welcome to the distinguished citizens of Louisville who are our guests today We welcome yoUfflrst as Kcntucklans with a hearty hand shake and the lov ing cupfilled with i1J pandl1avored with mint secondly as citizens of the growing metropolis of our proud old Commonwealth we drink to your bealth and thirdly as the representa ttives of that thrift enterprise and in fdustrlal and commercial activity which are making tho new South of today grander and mightie than the old South of yesterday we take oil our hats to you salute you with a brass band and turn over the keys of the city to you Were glad you are here Wo have eeen much of Louisville and you have heard much of Richmond While you may surpass us in bust ness you shall not out do ua in hospi tality You may have larger purses but you cannot boast of bigger hearts Your women may dress finer than ours but they are no prettier You may have more whiskey but von dont like it any better than we do You may boast of your Music Hall convention but whats the matter with our Alumni Association It has been charged by some vinegarnatured pessimists that this visit is mercenary and that you city fellows have only contempt for us rural roosters but we deny the allegation and defy the alligator and in re ply will say that while you fellows are after tho dimes well be keeping an- eyqon the dollars As to the Indict ment for contempt after you have shaken our hands partaken of our hospitality viewed our homes ridden behind our fleet steppers unified the fragrance of our Iilucgrass lawns tasted our liquor and sunned yourselves in the eyes of our beautiful women you will come to the conclusion that we are some purpkins ourselves Ever since Louisville and Richmond were united by rail neacly thirty years ago we have had a kindly feeling for Louisville and entertain the hope that this visit will further cument our cordial relations and result in closer commercial reciprocity Again wo bid you welcome and hope your stay within our gates will be mutually pleasant and profitable R L D The seri ns suggestions of Senator Dopew and Congressman Grosvenor that President McKinley be given a third term folio wine close upon the heels of Hon W J Bryans powerful editorial in the Commoner in which he applies the title of Emperor to the Chief Executivehas evidently alarmed Mr McKinley if not the Imperialists and opened his eyes as to where the policy of Imperialism is carrying the nation It will be remembered that at the feast of the Luprecal Julius Caesar was thrice presented with a kingly crown and thrice refused ityct after all he broke down the Republican traditions of Rome and became its first Emperor We do not charge that President McKinley is actuated by Caesar ambition but he is the in strument of his party We hope how ever that the following official state went issued from the White House last week will be taken seriously by the Republican Imperialists and put a quietus on this third term talk with which they are seeking to break down the traditions of the Republic Mr Mc Kinleys declimntion is as follows- I regret that the suggestion of a third term has been made I doubt whether I am called upon to give it notice But there are now questions of the gravest importance before the Administration and the country and their just consid oration should not be prejudiced in the public mind by even the suspicion of the thought of a third term In view however of the reiteration of the suggestion of it I will say now once for all expressing a longsettled con viction that I not only am not andwill not be a candidate for a third term but would not accept a nomination for It if it were tender d me My only ambition is to serve through my second term to the acceptance of my countrymen whoso generous con fidence I so deeply appreciate and then with them to do my duty in the ranks of private citizenship Towonaow the Democrats of Richmond will nominate a ticket that will either win or go down in defeat at the handsof the Republicans November The last city election demonstrated the factthe Democrats have no walkover when it comes to carrying the city and for that reason tho strongest ticket possible should be chosen Tho Re publicans are alert aggressive united and will pnt up their usual hard fight Therefore it behooves the Democrats to be Wise in the selection of their can didates Let every Democrat go to the polls tomorrow resolved to vote for tIle best men the strongest men the men who emphatically represent the best interests of the city and who are pledged to give it a clean honest and economical administration and all will be well THE Kentucky Federation of Wo mens Clubs which met in annual session in Bowling Green last week put itself on record as opposed to the ad mission of clubs composed of colored women to the General Asseinblr of Womens Clubs The average Ken tucfcy woman bollevesjhit the proper sphere for her colorea sister Is the kitchen and no amount of sociological reasoning will ever put her on a socialequuUty with her superior white mistress s =ACCORDING to U bulletin recently is sued by the Census Bureau 47 per cent or nearly half of the people of the United States live In Incorporated to wns and cities And as the country grows older the tendency toward urban life will iarretMe A newspaper advocaicg the use of English M the worlds language on account ol tb simplicity of its w strnction W e rae Jt0oo1cUOiJ aV English is rood eawffkjaxtw lIoN W L B YAX will leettHe tBowtJljl Green j7ij The ONeIa = = NIt tothereww ML There areM ctKWMrfavfcifc M tb 84M ef WMhiwL PERSONAL Miss Elizabeth Taylorjia visiting In Lebanon lj MrL P Todd w1nLexington Saturday on business Mr Robert McKee of Danville visit ed friends here last week Mrs Joe Carr is visiting her brother Mr Matt hooker at Irvine Mr Shelby Tribble of the Lancaster Record spent Sunday here Miss Nannie Cohen of Versailles is the guest of Miss Mynne Wagers Mr A W Schoolfleld of Cincinnati is here mingling with old friends Mr W U Lano of Winchester was here last week mingling with friends MreJ3 T Gaines of Chicago is vis iting Mrs J lIt Neff on Northstreet Miss Florence E Taylor is visiting her cousin Miss Minnie Davidson at IrvineMrs C DMiller loft Monday for an extended visit to relatives in Estill county Miss Bessie Barbonr of Louisville is visiting her parents Dr and Mrs L G BarbourMiss Virgie Sweeney of Anderson county is the charming guest of Mrs Ed Powell- Mrs Belle McDowell of Staunton Va is the guest of Mrs James T ShackelfordMr Furgcrsou and wife of Lexington visited Mr and Mrs C E Clay this week Mr and Mrs Irvine Prather of Lex ington visited Misses Fannie and Lee Prather here Sunday Mrs II L Perry and children loft Thursday morning for Mt Sterling to visit Mrs Annie Bean Prof Wm Jackson of Campbells yule is tho guest for a few days of his brother J Talbot Jackson Mr John W Fox of Dawson Ga was here this week to attend the funeral of his lamented father Mr and Mrs James Winn of Win chester are guests of tho latters mother Mrs Lizzie Miller Miss Lottie Herndon has gone to Richmond Ky to visit Miss Earl ChenaulL Lexington Leader Misses Earle and Emily Chennult were the guests last week of Miss Christine Bradley at Lancaster Miss Annie McCarty of Cincinnati is visiting the family of her brother J J McCarty on Smith Ballard street The beautiful Miss Annetto Riddell of Irvine was in our city a few hours yesterday en route to ML Sterling Miss Martha Clay af Paris who has been the attractive guest of Misss Sallie E White has returned home Misses Florrie Chenanlt and Sallie White and Mr J J Grecnleaf attend ed the Paris hop lastThursday evening Miss Ida Parke one of Irvines hand somest young ladies stopped over here Saturday enroute home from Lexington- Mr John D Goodloe of Whites Station attended the commencement of Centre College at Danville last weekProf Arthur Yeaeer acting Presi deut of Georgetown College was here this week in the interest of that insti tution Misses Helen Nmand Johnnie Ter rill leave this week lor an extended visit to Clarksville Tenn and St Louis Mo Miss Sallie White went to Paris Wednesday to visit Miss Martha Clay and incidentally to take in the A 0 U W Carnival Mrs Mary Smith and attractive niece Miss Ida Friend of Irvine visit ed her son Hamilton R Smithseveral days last week Misses Lena Palmer Amos Willis and Rebecca Secrest all of Kirksvillc spent several days last week wtth Mrs Chenault Willis The Winchester Democrat says that Mrs Mary Betts of the Richmond City Schools will spend vacation with rela countyI State Organizer of tho A O U W of Winchester is heie mingling with the members of the local lodge Mr Frank French oi Lebanon spent last week with his relatives here Mr French is doing a thriving business for a leading investment company Mrs R Lee Parrisb accompanied by her two children Robert and Dor othy is in from Los Angeles Califor nia visiting Mrs Lyman Parrish and other relatives- Messrs Newland Jones William Bennett Joe Deatherage Burrill Mil lion and James B Parkes are serving as jurors in Judge Evans court at Frankfort this week Mr H G McElwaine who returned with Mrs McElwaine last week from New York was hurriedly called to Bowling Green to attend the bedside of his father who is quite Ill Dr Eugene F Hume is at home from Mew York to spend his vacation As a skilled interne in a prominent Gotham hospital Dr Hume is rapidly acquiring quite a reputation Mrs 0 C Smith left Monday for Winchester where she will be joined by her daughter Mrs J M ISontou and the two will go to Detroit Mich to spend a month with Mrs Smiths sisterMr John D Hamilton of Union City who has been suffering from rheumatism for several months left Wednesday for Martinpvillo Ind to try the curative effect of the baths for which that place is noted Miss Florence Chenault of Richmond is the guest of Miss Louise ParrishMiss Mayme Shawhan of Cyntbiana who has been visiting rel atives in this city left yesterday for a visit to Richmond Paris News Rev and Mrs HG Turner of Rich mond who visited relatives here sever al days last week returned home ThnrsdayMrs G W Young and daughter Miss Fannie left Monday for West Virginia where they will ependthesummer GeorgetownTimes Mr Leslie Evans of Richmond who has been visiting Mr and Mrs David Chenault on East Main street left yesterday for Chilesbarg to spend a few days with the Misses Watts Prof Milton Elliott has returned from Dan villa where he spent several dAyS with Miss Fox and her house paryLoxi- ngton Herald v The Madison friends and tatItres of gallant and handsome LleutCatlJ B Brktuin will beglad to learn that a pew honor hs beeft aeeerded him in that lie ba bout assigned to tlieuilw- Hil splendid battleship Kentucky Tfct Xptucky which k WQW stationed M Cavity is tbe tipof its oqwron and it la bfably appropriate that the Bfatgraacoftcer should Scnr ou tho IfcftiMtMt monitor taatu Ja1JMuraud Dfficiit Digestion That Is dyspepsia It makesjlife miserable Its sufferers cat not because they want tol butslmpiy because they mutt JjfT They knOT they arc irritable and fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bad taste In the mouth tenderness at the pit of the stom ach an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness headache heartburn and what not The effectual remedy proved by perma neat cures of thousands of severe cases is Hoods Sarsaparitla lOOnS 111X3 are the ben cathartic airs F A Cramer have returned from Minneapolis where they went to attend the Womans Suffrage Convention Miss Clay was no important delegate to the Convention and the Minneapolis papers paid a number of compliments to her abilities as a speaker and an officer All received many pleasant attentions from the people of Minne apolis and are quite enthusiastic over their trip and the impression the Wo mans Suffrage movement has made in the Northwest Bliss Martha Estill has returned from a months visit to Richmond where she had many de lightful social attentions She is a very beautiful girl and has a charm i- nvoiceHoII and Mrs C J Bronslon arrived home Saturday from a visit of several weeks in Texas Lexington LOader A pleasant outing indeed was that enjoyed by the excursionists who took advantage of the special train run by the L A to Estill Springs last Friday under tile supervision of Con ductor J R Pates and Soliciting Agent B A Woolums Though the day was threatening large crowds from Vcr rallies Nicholasville and Richmond and other points braved the elements and had a royal good time On their arrival at the Springs the genial man ners and hearty greeting of Mine Host William Thomas made every one feel at home The daj was most pleasantly spent in dancing courting and simi lar amusements by the young folks while their elders found reflected pleasure in observing their gayety The hours passed all too soon and all regretfully took their departure loud in their praises of the Estill manage ment and the L A officials The station here in charge of Agent II R Smith is rapidly growing in popularity and efficiency RELIGIOUS Rev II G Turner will preach at Kurauaugh echool house next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev Rutherford Douglas of Niche lasvllle is assisting Dr Rutherfordln a protracted meeting at Paris which began today MARRIED HAKBISOXTODD Mr Merrill liar risen aged 53 of Jackson county who has thrice before ventured on the matrimonial sa was married Monday at Herea to Mrs Pauline J Todd a widowOR3UlA1tTINIIr Hargls Orme u furniture installment collector of Ml Sterling and Miss Nannie K Martin of this city were married Sunday at the residence of Rev A J Tribble by that gentlema- nDAVIsRIolrArnsoNDr Louis A Davis and Miss Phamy Richardson both of Berea were married at that place last Wednesday Dr Davis is a promising yotng physician a leading Democrat and a clever gentleman His bride is toe daughter of Mr and Mrs B C Richardson and is both handsome and accomplished WYATTBALLOU Miss Flora Ballon the accomplished daughterof Elder Joseph Ballou of Stanford for years pastor of Antioch church this county was married Wednesday to Mr M C Wyatt of the Consolidated Electric Light Company of Birmingham Ala Miss Ballou was teacher of elocution in Stanford Female College during the sesion lust closed- HARRISADAMS Two popular young people of tho Whites Station locality were made one last Thursday when Mr H W Harris led to the marriage altar Miss Mamie the win some daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Adams The ceremony was performed at the residence of Mr and Mrs R L Potts in the presence of several relatives and close friends who wished the young couple a bon voyage over the matrimonial sea The groom is the clever engineer at the Potts Mill Invitations are out to tho marriage of Rev E G B Mann pastor of the Methodist church at Nicholasville and Miss Ida Friend of Irvine Ky They will take a bridal tour to California to attendltbe Epworth League Conference The bndo who is a sisterinlaw of the prospective groom is the daughter of Mrs Fanny Friend and is well known in this city whore she has frequently visited The CLIMAX extends congrat ulations and wishes them a long and happy wedded life BIRTHS FARLEY Mr and and Mrs John Farley aro rejoicing over their first borna fine boy which arrived Satur day to bless their union The little fellow has been christened John Duer son Farley TuoniE rNewscomes frotn Chicago- of the birth of another son to Mr and lira John H Thorpe The little stranger arrive on June 12 and has been named John Harris Thorpe Jr for his father Mr and Mrs Thorpe reside at 829 W G4th street Chic- agoDEATHS WARDTile Lancaster Record chron- Icle the death of Miss Lela Ward youngest daughter of Deputy Sheriff Vm Ward formirly of Paint Lick EARLMr F E Earl died Sun day of heart disease at his home in Lexington He was a member of the LaugdonCreasy Co which ownes and operatesa large uumberof retail grocery stores in this and other States and was here in Richmondonly a few weeks ago eheckfhj up the Richmond store He was a lIne business man and a clever conrteons gentleman A wife and three children survive him THOMSON Wo are in receipt of a copy ot the Memphis Teit a Scimitar containing an extended notice of the death of Robert Thomson who died of congestion at his homaat Mount Ar lington aa eastern subrbof Memphis lIe WM a son of Mre G ThooEwoH formerly ot Irvine bat now of Hrrl maBriTeBn AL one time he was a resi dent of this city having b ea s sales man for tJL W God wJthwhOlB be wwitfron hers to Memphk nil rltivheoe will jregr t to w ra of ins tkth The Seimitr Ihy of the de cewecl The death ot Mr Thomson WM Tarjr BBwpvcUd Bad trill prert a fo shock to m friends andac Tboiiisonsjbealth tiinobut ho was at his busiuese ifon dayjnnd was thought to be entirely well of his old trouble On Tuesday he cnt to his home feeling ill and congestion set in from which be never rallied Mr Thomson was well known in all parts of the city bavin for many years been employed as ft city salesman for various wholesale firms and numbered his friends by the hun dreds He was of a most cheerful and congenial disposition and was greatly admired by all who knew him Mr Thomson was 41 years of age and is the last of a family ofsix brothers He came to Memphis about fifteen years ago from Kentucky and has since resided here lie leaves a moth er widow and a son to mourn his un timely death and they have the heart felt and sincere sympathy of the community in their sad bereavement After funeral services his remains were laid to rest in beautiful Elmwood cemetery Resolutions WHEREAS It hath pleased Almighty God to take from our midst our be loved friend and coworker Mrs L H Blanton be it ordered that in token of our esteem the following resolutions bo spread on our minutes Kesohed That we beat testimony to her constant and unostentatious charity to the poor of our order as well as to others No one observed more literally the Scriptural injunction Whatso ever thy hand findeth to do do it with thy might and But when thou doeet thine alms letnot thyIcft hand know what thy right hand doeth Keioked That we bow in submission to the will of our Father and feeling our own loss we tender onr sincere sympathy to her family praying that they may in this time of sorrow be sustained and soothed by her God and theirs nesolced That a copy of these resolu tions be sent to the family and be pub lished in our city papers AKERSCom1IR8 MKS JM TOYNTZ Pres of U D C Miss JENNIE J BREaK Sccy U D C OBITUARY Mrs Elizabeth Irvine Blanton was born August 29th 1836 nt Walnut lull Fayetto cotintj Ky Her parents weru Abnun Irvine and Mnry Irvine her mother being a Miss Irvine before her mnrringo and both parents being Keiituck inns by birth Hor ancestors wore ScotchIrish her great grandfath er the Rev JoInt Irviiio coming from Scotland to America ii the early colonial days was pastor of Timber Hirige Presbyterian Church Rockbridjo county Virginia III lylG AbraiiiIrvine with his family removed to Boyle county near Danville whore ho greatly pros pered fiimucmlly owned n large landed estute and ninny slaves and reared his faniilv It was in Boyle county in n christiun refined Lome of many luxuries and comforts amid one ot the best communities of Central Kentucky that Mrs Blanton spent her girl hood and young womanhood She received her education at Danville and on October 5th 1857 she mar nod L H Blauton who had met her while ho was a theological student in the Danville Seminary- At the time of her marriage Dr Blanton had jnst taken charge of the Versailles Presbyterian church his first pastorate The church was new and weak nnd the task before tne young minister und his wile vas difficult and untried With a zeal earnestness and fidelity which characterized all her after life sin entered upon the work before her in hearty coopera tion with her husband Dr nud Mrs Blanton remained at Ver sallies for about four years aid in that tune the church was made strong and solfsupporting and has continued to grow and prosper ever since In 1861 when the Civil War clouds were gathering thick and fast Dr Blauton his wife and two small children returned to his native state Virginia nud for a brief time before entering the Confederate Army as Chaplain was pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Salem Va When heen tered the army Mrs Blanton re mained in Salem in that section of Virginia frequently swept over by the contending armies As be fore and after the cause of her husband was her cause and in those dark days her fortitude and devotion were exhibited in caring for her defenseless home in endur ing nil the privations of n devastated country and in aiduig nnd comforting the Confederate soldi ers that were fighting with her husband in tile hold for principles in which she believed so strongly raIsumedcontinued till 1868 when he re turned to Kentucky and accepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian church nt Paris At Paris for twelve years Mrs Blanton labored with her husband with hand head and heart aiding him in building up ono of the best and strongest churches in the State and entwin lug herself in the affections of the people there which more than twenty years have not been able to efface Her lastgreatest best and most enduring work was left for her to accomplish at Rich mond where she came in August 1880 when Dr JBlnnton became Chancellor of Central University Her training JIB a pastors wife her refinement hac noble Christian character and her broad sympathy eminently equipped liar for the great influence she wielded for twentyone years over the young men who came from nil parts of the country to tho University She presided over Memorial Hall for about four years and while there by her untiring efforts for the comfort pleastire and gocd of tile young men WQH their respect confidence and love Her private home was always J welcome and hospitable place for all students who came within its walls and the writer who know hor intimately tor sixteen years next preceding her death feels safe in saying that site wielded a salutary beneficent Christian influence over more young fflwi tfaan any other WO UMI perliap ey W in KutucKy and fctr death will be jMoorned by bn drd9ef yoattf men all ovtr UM country and her deep liltpotent moral power will be ftrit by them for years tQ coin She MTM a devoted fnlhfallelf Mwifteiug Yrif and mothersbe t ileaves a hn8bapdJriL II Blan Itpn six children E M licksufiofParia Ky Hon J Irvine Blnnton of Cyiithiaua EdgarBlautton nnd Dr Harry Blanton who have suffered an irreparabe loss She has one sister Miss Mary P Irvine of Jackson Ky and three brothers A W Irvine of Shelby county Robert L Irvine of Frankfort Ohio and Rev William M wltngGreeIKyMrs personalityhrr deeperrioherher death She was charitable kind and amiable and cast sun shine and not shadows about her cOllspicuousdegreecharity tyfor the faults and foibles of hu respolisibihities trials of life most bravely and wheu death came she met it in the same courageous manner and en tered upon the hope of a blipsful immortality R Mrs bronslou Hurl Mrs Nettie Cranston of this city suffered a painful accident Sunday in Lexington where ehe is visiting her daughter While waiting to so out driving she was overcome with vertigo and fell from the vehicle in which she was sitting striking her head against an iron post and sustaining several severe bruises No bones were broken however and Drs Carrick and Barrow who attended her pronounced her in juries painful lint not serious Chen ult for Auditor The Louisville Post of Friday printed the following dispatch from its Frankfort correspondent Insurance Commissioner John B Cheiiault is a top choice with a certain faction of the political talent here as a candidate for the office of Auditor Mr Cbenault in a dyedinthewool Democrat perhaps a utile too much or- an extremists to be a good mixer with the various elements that will be in cluded in the Democratic line up for the next campaign but ho is a good fellow whose personal friends and lila chances are considered to be good in the event that lie hould enter tho raceMr Chenanlt is an appointee of Aud itor Gus C Coulter and a warm personal friend of Mr Coulter Stories in the Youths Companion In the 52 issui3 of the year The Youths Companion publishes more than L1W Modes yet go carefully are they selected that they prove inex haustihlu in variety unfailing in the power to delight Among the groups of stories appear leg or about to appear in the present volume urtho paper is one of Old Set tIers Day Tales stories actually told at some of the gatherings of pioneers in the West Then there are four stirring Tales of Our Inland Seas picturing the adventures of the sailors on the Great Lakes and four True roles from the Zoos told by famous keepers and trainers of wild beasts And this Is only a beginning We shall be glad to send illustrated announcement of the volume for 1001 with sample copies of the paper free to any address TIIK YOOTHH COMPANION Boston Mass No Principal Yd Seventeen ballots were taken by the Board of Education Tuesday night in au meflectual attempt to select a Priu cipal for the colored city school each ballot resulting in udeadlocjcexcepting the last when it was discovered that only five of thesis members present had voted and three of these wero for Prof Russell and the other two for Prof James White The Russell supporters thereiiponclaimed au election while the other three members of the Board each of whom solemnly tiP dared that ho bad voted for White de manded that another vote betaken to settle the matter In flio midst of the confusion somebody made a motion to adjourn until the next regular meeting while being carried ended the conten tion As Prof Russell did not receive a majority of the Board present it is clearly evident that there was no elec tion nud the matter remains in statu quo until another meeting of the Board shall definitely dispose of it IRVINE Mr and Mrs Joe Oldham are visiting relhtives in Irvine Mr Richard Lackey of Waco was in town last week Mrs Robert Bergman is visiting her parents at Frankfort Miss Helen Clark ot Louisville is visiting relatives here Miss Bessie Riddell is visiting Miss McOmb of Louisville Miss Anne Riddell has returned from Mt Sterling and Nicholasville Excursions to the Springs are now in order and are quite delightful affairs Miss Marie Metcalf of Louisville will arrive Monday to visit Mrs Thoi WilliamsMr Mrs Thomas Williams Jr leave Tuesday for Crab Orchard for a few days Mrs David Bergman gave a birthday party to her grandson Joe Milward last Monday Master Joe Milward of Lexington is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs David Bergman Mr Robert Friend has returned home from school the girls are all smiling their sweetest Mr and Mrs McFarland and chil drenof Henderson are visiting Mrs McFarland mother Mrs Jackson Miss Elizabeth Wyatt will leave for her home in ML Sterling next Saturday accompanied by Miss Judith Tudor Mrs Sam Vaughn and son Johh Lewis of Kansas City are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Tudor The Rev Charles Bohon has moved into the old school building He still remains the popular pastor of the Methodist Church Irvine will be entertained neea with The Old Maids CoaVMtfen MIM Margaret Clark Is at the heed so that insures its success in advance The Jolly Splatter were eBlertaiaed by Mies Anne Wagers oa the Bin at her home three wiles freintown A ffioet enjoyable atteraooa was spent aad ddtgbtf si r reMiNM U wfere served Mr sad Mrs Cbs Chess entertained at eiffethaaded ewehre Met week Tbow present were Kr and MM Tboa WUlkBW Jr Miss Clark Mr William tllKGerrie sad Mr AftQrhMM i1he Udiw at the ClnWUaNltcl- e1iptft a me sd ultstrawberry faeflval ai JM moist basso TMftday vtilna Tr fcrtifa wru C t vJr SRPING BEAUTIES WE HAVE SOME OF THE j PRBrrm T WA12L STHE SEASON NO ONE EXCELS US IN IOF OF BEAUTY AND STYLE SELECTIONI A FEW PRICES A most attractive line of perct1es10 and 12ic Ginghams8kandlOcLawns Wash silks in solid colors extra width69cCre- tons 15 and i- SoSilkalineJO 12i and 15c Apron Ginghams I 5 and Gic ydAlloverColored Underskirts50 and 99c Black Mercerised Skirts 5 and 10inch Plaited Flounce 99c to 225 Lead Pencilsland 3c each Slate Pencils lOc doz Cor Main First St presided over by the charming young ladles ot Irvine and nil were us merry as a wedding bell Speaking of wedding bells Irvine will lose one of her inmt popular girls on the tI hof July when Miss Ida Friend will Inaonie tle bride of Rev Edgar Mann of Nichol sville One wedding makes more and there are rumors of others Royal Welcome For Louisville Visitors A right royal welcome awaits the Louisville Board of Trade excursionists on their arrival in Richmond this morning at 10 oclock In response to the cull of Mayor Claude Smith A public meeting was held at the court house Thursday night and ail the detail ar ranged for the reception and entertain mfrtit ol tho distinguished party who hftVe seen fit to honor our city with a visit A liberal appropriation to defray expenses was made by the City Council and suitable committees appointed to look after every detail of art rangement According to the program mapped out the visiting delegation which num bers about 80 of the leading merchants and manufacturers of Louisville six newspaper men and the famous Newsboys Band of thirty pieces will be met at tile Louisville Atlantic depot by the Reception Ar ran omont Entertainment and Press Committees in carriages headed by the Richmond Military Band and the McCreary Guards in full uniform and escorted through Third and Main streets to the court house where an address of welcome will be delivered by Governor James B McCreary and responses heard followed by A public reception at which the visitors will have an opportunity to meet our leading business and professional men It sufficient time remains the visitors will be driven over the city and shown Central University Madison Institute the public schools our manufacturing plants and other points of interest Following n list of the committees appointed by Mayor Smith to welcome the visitors Committee on ReceptionJ B Mc Creary It W Miller W B Shackel ford B B Burnaiii W B Smith J Stone Walker C E Woods J A Sullivan J T Jackson W S Moberley Committee on Arrangement J B Stouffer 0 C Maupin B W Turner G W Pickels SN Moberley DB ShackelfordJo S Joplin George Cor zelius B E Turley C D Cbenault R C Stockton B C HCovington TT Covin ton DrC H VanghtJEGreen loaf R W McKee T J Smitb Jr W L Arnold B K Duncan Neale Ben nett Jack Freeman Committee on Press Climax It Lee Bavin AD Miller C E Woods Register S F Rock H It Pickels Jo A Myers Pantagraph T C Adams R E Littl Steve Shanks Committee on Carriages G M Willing A W Smith D M Chen ault Dr W W Bur in Dr VH Hobsca JA HipginsZ TRice W S Oldham W D Oldham D RTevb Joo Collins Tom Collins D P Armer John McClintock j B Gibson James Gibson John Turley Lyman JPafrishj W T Griggs W S Hume S B flume John Wagers James Smith Wm Wagers JiS Bales Waller Bennett C O Wallace G G Prewitt B C Potts NB Deatherage The following named firma are repre seated on the excursion Ahrons Ott Manufacturing CoB JAvery Sons David Baird Son the Bradetreet Mercantile cy BrialvHardy Co Dillon Bennett BreBtun Co Ajrri cultural Works Brown Forssn Co John J Barrett Bray dethiug Co BrWf MMeJDawell Ce Ballard Bal laid E 11 Bewen fc Co Maiwadake B Bewea A Brsadels Son Bareford k LairaeB Califorala Fig Syrvp Co Carter Dry Geods Co Campbell k CtiSBatoga Co James Clark Jr k Co Cratchcr k Stark J L Danertk A Co Chits T DcariBg Fills City Lithe graphing Co Fraak Kehr BrewtegCo FraakliH Printing Co Gait U we tierBert Bras Lser Ce fIJP- UrftlMtm Harl lOft k Gutkright Hey bcl Bash Co Hilpp BfctardseR Co AHjeaot lloltonbaeb John J HIt- tJH Bros k Co Wm Kafelhepp KewMiefcy JAMM tJlotkf gCoKtHI- tHkt Wagon MawifdwtarlBK CevLn iwritlf Hotel LovMTilta PapeiCOi Lawk it CbMafem Levy Brae MeAtee ttDtteaftJ KcI ioehWrfct MHHuery Co M tual Life IHMMMC Qo 4 KM tueky Mendel WeliwtodcA FiJU XMM Candy Co aryac BridRMAJOo Jphn P Mort A Cti MlBm GliWH w rHHHi MpVvMOTMK Ulv ltlGttIr OIiito 7 t r f OWEN MCKEE for not the ever sell oa easy payments re liable We place an Ustmment hone no natter how awar live whets yea test fln tone Role lit Sac finish sad conpare any ether Inioument you puss It yes like yea cia and If you dont like it It psy that fair show we ft our largeflhllltrtRpd 2j Q itP CARPENTER COMPANY BRATTLEBORO VH ljuuGm es Manufacturing Co PeterBauer Drug Co Arthur Peter Jr Co Peas leeGanlbert Co Robinsoh Hughes Co RobineonPettet CoGeorge M Rogers J Ross Louis beelbach J B Speed Co D B Speery Stewart Dry Goods Co Chas Stolzenbach Stratton Terstegge J N Struck Bro Strong Tbalheiraer Uticle Lime Co I F Vliitcbides Julius Winter Jr I Co Wright ITaylor Weikel Chair Co Apart from the fact that he has party lead Mr McLaurin has demo onstrated once more that he would not be qualified to lead if he had it The official way describing proceed ings for divorce nowadays is to say that party ia legislating the other out of office We wish some one would interview Mr Addick of Delaware in regard the TillmanMcLaurin resignations The lawyer doesnt have get measured spring suit It doesnt take a bravo man call names over telephone Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury As mercury will surely destroy the derangethethrough the mucous surfaces tuch articles should never used excep on prescriptions from reputable physi ciaiiR as the they will do is possiblyderiveCure manufactured by F J Cheney Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure bp sure you get the genuine It taken internally and in role ledo Ohio F J Cheney I Co- Testimonials free Sold by druggists 75 cents Halls Family PiUs the best BAKERSII M ADJUSTABLE This IHIJqae table la Indeed household Recently It la neatly substantially w4e and besides being a very valuable tee f furniture It an orecraest any a eutl HAN050MB DO9K coatahUa Pikes andully Illustrating and decriM g perfect device for comfort mailed Hkoy address for it y R BAKER k SONS CO Wayne Street KWWALtVHLE INDIANA l9junG- miu ET UnlUijUl LEXINGTON Jixx 25th to Jtdy 5th Law 1MeoI Williaaiiutown J1HItiM 0Ity v flMHl Ml F vOTR MttlJwrfMli Tkksttlu O MU A4 O Op O Sr fi Richmond Kentucky Wouldnt you like to have an Organ in your longlongWe have been making highgrade Organs fortyseven years and our instruments arc known the world over as IPt Reliable j i Carpenter Organsoi We sell Organs at low prices but they are cheap instruments About the most expensive unsatisfactory thing you can buy is otto of these cheap Organs sold everywhere When you yearsWewhat ftice pay tome high grade itfound in instrument Our Organs are handsome out side and the inside where cant see is together as carefully and as accurately as a S fine watch N for cain anu A pcrtiu wilt In your far you cia III it with It keep It pay for it tend back we win night chstgi ways Doesnt that have faith Is 1ntrruts A I I no to one one to to for to a be ICo Is are and la to tMa free Write tod J too jvu you put bath Iint Notice of Partnership STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF JIADISON j We the undersigned M C Kcllc and R N Withenhnry of Richmon Madison county Ky and O H K logp of Cincinnati Ohio state that we have this day formed a limited part nfirship for the purpose of carryini n a wholesale grocery business in Riili mond Ky from first day of April 1001 to the first lay of April 1053 tin der the firm name and style of Ki lopg I Withenbury They state lit the said M O Kellogg and B N Withenbiirry are general partners nn l the said O II Kellogg is a specil partner and that said Fpecial parnu r has coiitributeil to the partnertIii p funds the sum of 5000 Witness our hands this the first day of April 1001 M C KEIIOGO- U WlTHENBOKY C H KELLOGG 10jun4t EGGS AND BUTTER We will pay the highest CASH Price for Eggs and ButterAlso desire to purchase for CASH a supply of Hums Bacon and Shoulders Miller A Bros SECOND ST PHONE 165 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Master Comrs Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Jell McKlnneya Adrar ic PUts Against Jeff JlcKinney Creditors ic DefUJ All persons having claims against the estate otJettMrKinner decd are hereby notified to Sic the same legally verified with the un denigned on or before the M day of September 1901 or same will be barred S E SCOTT iaavZ94ir MC1L rAM Iwill sell privately my farm containing 485 ACRES Mere or less well improved mostly firgrass well well watered and in high siatQ of i6ultlvationsituated on the Stony Run and Ford turnpike 2 miles south of Ford aM 9Imiles north of Richmond Ky Any oee desiring to pr cbaae can call on me at home pwd for o4ei references J Stooe Waiher R E or G fl Turley Jtiekmoad Ky- JOBT C BOGGS Itaaf w niii HOW y I lILI CLOTHING 5TORE ONLY ONE PRICE CAll IIIII In Central Kentucky offrsthe iif Ieof Madison County NOT JUST AMOD BUT fflEBE8TOh JfStt CLOTHES HATS C MENS FURNISlHNfis FOR THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE The Brightest Store in Lexington tILIERRo FnIERSIyiw The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1001 Dr A WJlkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stonffers Clothing Store 6febtf Umbrellas of all kinds ai RICE it ARNOLDS Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham l7febtf Excursion to Cincinnati Sunday via L N Round trip rate 150 Mr R It Burnam lost a valuable Jersey cow bj death Wednesday night You never have to ask if the style is alright if you buy of RICE ARNOLD Odd Fellows will give a Street Fair mill Carnival July 24 25 and 20 Best cup pumpwarranted at J M Riffes Imaytf Winchesters lax rate wits reduced 15 cents making it the same as ours on the 100 Summer Sale by the ladies of the Episcopal Church Saturday June 29 Iljnti2w Irresistibly pretty things to be had at the Summer Sale to be given by the ladies of the Episcopal Church Saturday June 29 19j2w Have Willging frame your pictures in uptodate style Reasonable prices Nice building lot for sale on Broadway cheap Address Lock Box 181 Stanford vy or call on Judge II C Rice Richmond Ky 12june5t Shoes hato shirts collars cuffs neckwear underwear socks suspenders umbrellas traveling cases etc at RICE AKXOLD Willging makes and keeps in stock all kind of window shades lOc up The ladies of the Episcopalchurch are preparing for a Summer Sale to take place Saturday Juno 29 This Bale promises to be a novel and interesting affair antI an inspection at least of the numberless pretty things to be offered will cost nothing 19j2w For high grade hose call on J M Riffeat reasonable prices Also all kinds of pumps hy drants bath tubs and millsup plies All kinds ofmaterials and high grade Jmaytf See our 517 aud line of negligee shirts Buy and keep cool RICE ARNOLD Rubber stamp of all kinds Your name address and self inking pad post paid 30 cunts Agents wanted for The Wnmtar Ball blow through tube bill ascends ill air beautiful effect Particulars free Sample 10 cents J IMCiso Co- Department A 12July3t Frankfort Ind Bank Buildnj Completed The new bank building at Paint Lick is about completed and will be ready to begin business July 1 Vote for the Strongest Men Tomorrow Your vote tomorrow may decide whether your taxes are to be increased or diminished Voto for the best men Willgings force of skilled mechanics will do your paint ing and papering in uptodate style at reasonable prices and cause no vexatious delays Dr Roberts a Candidate Dr Phil Roberts wants to be Mayor of Richmond but its dollars to doughnuts that the Republican bosses will not let him run Mrs Lillio Logan 1ean willre ceive pupils in voice or piano from July 1 to September 1 Terms fl for voice and 75c for piano per lesson 19jnn2t Saloonlsts Fined Heavy fines were imposed on 35 saloon keepers in Lexington last Tues day most of them for selling liquor to minors WilIgings constantly in creasing business can be at tributed to his more than 30 years practical in paint and paper and his untir ing efforts to please the trade JAROef1IMondavescaped death from a raadew buMet unthoughtedly fired fremui tie ky some unknown person who was doubt less trying the weapon SkcrfeecSe is indeed cril M4 tttMM b faalsbed THE E Lightest UX1lQTot Harrodsburg plumbing experience 50000 feet of 3TpIy hose at reduced prices at J M Riffes Jmaytf x DrownedtJohn Simpson son of WillianitSimp SDII was drowned Saturday in the Kentucky river at the mouth o4aiutLick creek Beaumont Oil Fields Low rates Direct Linp excellent train service via Queen c Crescent Route WCRiNKABSONGPA 15may7t Cincinnati 0 Arm Broken The six year oa son of J W McKinney of Boonesboro brokean arm and sustained several severe bruises by fall ing from a fence one day last week Willgings line of wall pa per from 3c up largest most variedand cheapest in Central Kentucky When you cant get suited elsewhere call on WilIging he can please you For Sale A 3o Crawford bicycle good as new Will take S15 for same J W COLE X x Richmond Ky Lost Left by sonic ono at the Merchants Carnival a small miniature table Owner can have same by applying at this office and pvymg for this notice 12junetf 0 W Initiates Ten new recruits will be initiated into the A O U W lodge Friday night and Master Workman Colo re quest nil members to be present at 7ro oclock New Grocery Messrs Etnmett Embry W D Miller ansi H C Gilbert three progressive colored men have opened a grocery on First street which they call The White Front Willgings paint mixed ready for use gives best satis faction because it is manufac tured and sold by a practical painter each specific paint for a specific purpose Fine Stallion Dead Dr C C Hookers fino imported Hackney stallion Raveiibwood II which he pui chased the past spring died last Wednesday of grip He was valued at 1500 Fourth ofJuIy Rales Low rates via the Queen Crescent Route from all points on account Fourth of July Tickets sold July 23- al d4Jood returning until the 8th Ask ticket agents for particulars Will Teach at Runyon Grove Misa Jennie Evans has been employed to teach the Runyon Groo school Miss Jennie is not only an atvom plislied teacher but a chrrnjing little lady who is popular wherever she is known Gins to Lancaster Prof E N TAlilof Paint Lick hns been clioeen Asstetarit Princiuarof the Lancaster graded school Irof Todd is a Georgetown College gradiiatn and- S capable and clever young gentleman Burgess Won The novel housetohoiiFe canvass made by Buck Hubbard and William Burgesfor the Republican nomination for Constable in the Million district has been finished Burgess won by 31 votes Lexington Chaulauqua On account of the Kentucky Chnu tauqua at exingtou the IXHii ville Atlantic railroad will sell lickelil tliat city June 26th to July Oth inclnstye with Ihiiit fur return July Gill at rate of one and one thIrd Cure for tIle round- trip C M BROW u l2juue4t General Ma gerISmallpox bpldemlc in Mercer Smallpox is said to bo epidemic Jn Mercer county forty cases being re ported by Dr M L Forsythia Ciiair man of the County lioard of llealtli Eighteen of these cases are iatlbe town of Harrodsburg No pesthonsp lias been established and no precaution has been taken tJpr9tnt a spread of the disease Harry Wilkes Park for Racecourse Since the old fairgroundropertr- has been sold tot maL Ura1t rtll pur poses a movement ia on lootto pur chase and convert Harry Wllkes Palk into a race course We learn that eev oral hundred dollars liayebteii contributed t by our citizens fortltis puf pose full we hope the project wil bit successful V i Ckaulau aa The fifteenth annual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will ooheltl at Woodland Iark Lexington Ky JULIO 25 ib July 5 A splendid pBj rarn hat been arranged that will eurRte any yet gives Some of the moet notable l eturers and eutertaluera ta lller MV beeti eiaged A eatRi pfo rani will lopreentcdaIitIIpHV Rt dtqicil f sturfl prthIflHti will b usaileil to itytItlrii oti lii llt HIte c Beauties For All idwerstkMcabepeduccd rOur Floral Dec atiOnc arebetei We possess and pmcllce U4 eccssa rIJtIIIItr i tY rerreceives our personal at teulton BELL The Florist ff LEXINGTON CY KENtY LFERRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everywliere Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky npr7tf Youtscy an Inventor Henry E Youtsey who in serving a life sentence for complicity In the as sassination Goebel has been grant ed a patent on an extension car step It is supposed that he perfected his patent while a prisoner in the Louis ville jail Mr Woods Honored Gov Beckham Iins appointed Mr ClarenrcE Woods of this cityndelc gate to the State Good Roads Conven tion to be held in Louisville June 27 and 28 As Mr Woods has given much study to public Jztlhides hiSs ion isacap1taIone May be Sold for Tax The Court ofAppealsthls week de cided that although household goods of person with a family the goods not to eiceed250 in value tire exempt from taxatlonatilt tileS JQ9ds may be sold for taxes which the owner may owe on other property Capital Stock Increased The Roy Jackson Lumber Co of Nicholasville of which Mr G A Roy formerly of Valley View is the head has increased its capital stock from 15 000 to 17OCO Mr Roy Is a hustler with a big H and is building a flourishing plant in our sister city Good Idea The Danville Advocate says it is be coming n popular idea for teachers institutes to be held at different places in the county instead of at the county seat each year This is a Rood sug gestion as it frequently aroused educa tional interest in neighborhoods where it is badly needed Arrested on a Double Charge Sam Hntcbliis a white man wanted in EstIll county for breach of the peace and for obtaining money by false pro tense was arrested near Panola Tues day night by Deputy Sheriff R W Colyer and taken to Irvine Wednesday for trial Iliitchins claims he is limo cent of the latter charge Teachers Examination CountySuperintendent Wagers asks us to announce that the second exami nation for county certificates for white teachers will be held Friday and Satur day next June 21 and 22 for colored teachers Friday and Saturday June 27 and 28 In each case the examination will be heldat the court house Half Crop 61 Wheat Uoyihgton Arnold Bro have bought several large crops of growing wheat in this county at 63 cents a anIsay son county wilt have only about half a crop this year the shortage being due to decreased acreage and the drouth last fall following the season wbeatowing Elliston Roller Mills Sold Mr GT Johnson of Brush Creek has bought the Elliston Roller Mill near Waco of David Chenault and will take charge today Mr Chenault will probably embark in the mercantile business at Brush Creek This sale was brought about through an ad in the CLIMAX which conclusively shows that advertising in the right sort of medium always pays d Extension Hurt Irvine County Clerk James Harris of Ir vine who was hero Friday tells us that the extension of tim L A railroad to Millers Creek has greatly crippled the business interests of Irvine as the trade trade antI travel in cident to terminal point have follow ed the railroad to Millnrs Creek which hassuddenly become quite an important shipping station Fish Fry Col Tiios Turner gave a lleh fry to a party of friends at Jack Ross spring 3 miles from town About 25 invited guests wtre present there was an abundance of solid and liquid refresh ments and the day was most enjoyably spent in swapping lies and indulging ill pleasing reminiscences County Clerk John F Whita and Candidate Cliff Samuels did the honors of the occasion l Swann ComIng Manager Joe Bush informsus that he has secured that brilliant id popular young commedian Mark E Swann for nthre night engagement at White OIi17 18aud 19 Mr Swanu is a general favorite hero andjhis appearance will no doubt draw a crowded house As usual ho will be supported by a strong company Wants 10000 Damages Dan Phelps colored ofSllver Creek this comity fathrof William Phelps who was scalded to death at the Cerea JrtneJJHIs in Indianapolis Ind about a month ago while cleaning out a boiler has sued the Certftliue Com r pany for 10000 damages The Com pinylrssafd1a ffertoco1Dpro wise tho case for OtJ ana Phelps left here Sunday for Tudiahapolis confer with tliem r Anotfcr Lexinglon Insurance Company Gees o UheItsMe rJ1nkfortllispateh says State In enrancs Commissioner John B Chen sulOiasTlied with the Attorney Gener al a report ofSpecial ExnminerBul l lock on the CentralFire Insurance Co of Lexington sntl reqnesle that official to l ea petition for the appointment a receiver to wind up the business of the company and for the revocation of its clisrterThe wit wilt be flied in thayette Ckcni Coiwt as was that a E terprlSe thany sever Lys ago MisoMitftKement 1ecbarg- ed1ThtL44ersyathat the affairs n- itruwerg Mid Blafiitraafc IHtftrINlC 6Dfe1Ift lo bii 1veie4A- JI oI t1e eiipiI hv peUeT tMid rjIi J 4t WE WANT MEN Who are interested in good Clothes to know where to best buy the best Come and see our thertom work and we keep sizes to fit every form and patterns to please every fancy And our price is always the For reliable merchandise No marking up in order to mark down but one LOW PRICE to all in the beginning 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 SHOESfIt t1 Are the best Youll know this rJ better when youve wjJL- ECovingt9ll tried them Bunks SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR t z to New Residence Mr J M Rifle broke ground yesterday for a handsome U000 residence on Collins street between the property of John F White and that of W J Shearer Mr John Todd has the con tract Stabbed His Wile Geo Phelps colored who works at Gibsons livery stable filled up on boozo Monday night and terminated a family quarrel by stabbing his wile inflicting a wound that it took eigh teen stitches to sew up Ho was arrested Mrs Cobb Injured Mrs Tabitha Cobb the venerable mother of Mr Jesse Cobb Democratic nominee for county clerk was thrown fronvher buggy Saturday oy a runaway horse and severely Injured She has nol been able to turn herself in bed sinca the accident which occured at the residence of Mr C C Colyer and owing to her advanced age grave fears are felt for her recovery New Bridge Wanledat Paint Lick County Judge Million met County Judge K A Burnsides and the Garrard Fiscal Court at Paint Lick Monday and held a conference in regard to erecting a new bridge over Paint Lick Creek at that point Mr O T Wal lace submitted estimates as to plans cost ct which will probably bo ac cepted The citizens of Paint Lick are anxious for a double bridge Work on Barrel Factory Begun Since llttigation over the site has beelllettledwork on the barrel factory is beinir pushed with all possible speed Ground for the foundation of the build ings was broken last week and about 25 men are now busily engaged on the construction work A look at theplant even in this early stage willvconvince the croakers that thU enterprise is no lilliputian concern Election Officers Following are the election officers appointed to serve at the Democratic city primary tomorrow Court House J D lyke judirc Jack Freeman judge Walter Azbill sheriff W S Oldham clerk City Hall Dave Powers clerk A S Gott sheriff Alex Maupin judge Bob Baxter judge University II J McKee judge Charles Higgins judge C W Cobb sheriff S P Deatherage clerk Struck it Rich According to the Lexington Herald our good friendDr Elmer NortliRutt of Valley View seems to have struck it richin his search for oil in Eastern Kentucky and we would not be stir prised to see him a bloated millionaire in the near future He is one of the leading stockholders in the Mt Sterling Oil and Gas Co which was mainly or ganized through his efforts and which already has seven wells in active opera tion at Ragland Bath county that together are yielding 300 barrels of oil per dayrhis oil is tanked as fast as it is pumped ITo is also a stock holder in the Richmond Lexington Oil and GasCo and the Morehead Oil and Gas Co both of which have several valsbl wells in operation Dr Northcatt A pattIng in machinery as fast aa possible and erecting pipe lines Ext kayo pronocraced these oil geld SB rkii m the WayuePul ki strike IIEIt1 Dr HGtltett fsiitbu1se tic ovc UwkkbtHUMUS a sne to tH rMrti hie Mi MtMt LTL New Telephone Manager Mr F R Owens has been appointed manager and Mr J II Harris assis taut manager of the Richmond Tele phone Exchange Both gentlemen are from Lexington and have already taken charge Some Idea of the expansion of tIm system may be gathered front the fact that it now takes two men to do the work hat was formerly done with case by that electrical expert and allaround hustler Joe Baldwin Made Em Cough Up The city of Shelbyville tins passed an companiesdoingyule to pay an annual tax of 25 Two of the companies refused to pay this tax andwere tried in the police court where judgment went against them They appealed to the circuit court and the judgment of the lower court was affirmed then the company prayed an appeal to the Court of Appeals This may be taken as a precedent by other cities That Alumni Meeling The Alumi Association met here vcsterday afternoon at 2 oclock to take final action on the consolidation of Central Uni versity and Centre College A large delegation of consolidationists from Louisville and other towns arrived at noon while the opponents of the scheme are equally as well represented and a hot tight is in progress We went to press too early however to got the result of the meeting Sundays Lexington Herald contained the following bearing on the question which is of interest at this time lIon Richard W Miller and Judge Jerry Sullivan both of the Central University Alumni Association were in the city yesterday on a business trip Both are actively engaged in the fight to keep Central University at Rich mond in opposition Jto its union with Centre College and removal toDanville- In conversation with n Herald re porter Mr Miller said that the citizens of Madison county would use their ute most efforts to keep the college It is because oUts value to Madjson county that this effort is being made by its citizens and if energy and determina tltlulnd money can accomplish much they may be successful Its removal would be a great loss to the educational welfare of the county This can be better understood when it is Known that for more than twenty years every native lawyer and banker nUll two thirds of the business men of Rich mood have been educated at Central University And it is sale to say that a good per cent of these persons would have been deprived of the beneGts of a higher education had not the Univer sity been located in their midst It is for such reasons as this that the lIght against the removal of the institution is being made and should their efforts prove successful at least 00000 will be raised in the county in order to put the University upon a surer financial basis The fight is being made upon pure ly legal grounds and will ultimately be decided by the Alumni Association ot the University A meeting of this as eocktiou was held several days ago and continued in session for eight or ten hours sad was indicative of tlifl great efforts that will be made by those who favor the Universitys rctnuiuimt JftichttkM ato accomplish this tlfld AttotheteIag le ceduledfor Ju dqM1II wteh fuller fttfeH ufee m MqMi witH flioatL w tkiwiop DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING F BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THE0 kH lUsy BEt CASH STORE Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond storehasgreat sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If 3011 are familiar with our prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were 15 and 18 are now 0 to 11 Suits that were 10 to 1250 are now 650 to S8 Suits that were 750 to 9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits pantshaveyourboysWe mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as bia stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy all the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring andsummer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation and cant be changed loping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt wA OLD AM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US To Develop Their Oil Laud The Lexington Leader says Hon C J Broneton and wife of Lexington have returned home from Beaumont Texas Arrangements were made for drilling three wells on the property controlled by Mr and Mrs Bronston as soon as the rigs now on the ground can be got into position A Madison Man Mr Wallace Embry a former Math son county man and a brother of J J Embry of this county is one of the twelve candidates fur Alderman on the Democratic ticket in Louisville Sun days CourierJournal contained an excellent picture of Mr Embry who is a member of the big live stock linn of Talton Embry Co Ice Cream Supper The ladies of the Methodist church will give an ice cream supper in the court house yard Friday night Plenty of chairs will bo provided and you can eat ice cream with yoursweet heart anti listen at the music of the hand and the music of tier voice all at the Fame time Fifteen cents per saucerortwo- for a quarter will be the price charged for the rcfreslunents Republicans Select a Dale Every member of the Republican county committee was present at the meeting held here Saturday August 17 was selected as the date for holding tIme precinct meetings and August 24 for the county convention to select candiates for the various county ofQcc5 The basis of representa tion will be one delegate for vert 25 votes and every fraction of 12 cst for McKiuley in the last presi dential election Stolen Goods Recovered The remainder of the stolen goods belonging to Mrs H B Hanger including a 00 diamond brooch were recovered Friday being found in an out house on Mr Arnolds place Thoy wore In a sack and the supposition ia they were brought back by the direction the thieves whofeareda further search by the olficors Tha diamond brooli was found concealed in a saw dust bar reI A quantity of clothing belonging to this Koons the kindergarten teacher weiealtfo recoveied A Royal Time ut Paris The Richmond A 6 if Wd ho at tendtd the Carnival at Paris lait Wed nesday lint a royal good lime Cattle back singing the praisps of the Bourboti county capital which thy say is the Eden of the JJluegraii and lit hospitable people the salt of the earth Our boys made a tine display in the paradeandwere about time beat drilled squad there We aee JiJe1i our own at the bsaquet wis4i tke s pie gram Mr Chmwe LWJirs litg in his useahij k4iciteu1 i1O- 1M l4Pat CbSp1 d- Hb Jt yt petI I kbu thM- 4b rr f oidr ig0011tEt1i tuiLol u ur City Tax Rate Remains the Same ID The City Council at an adjourned meeting held Monday night fixed the city tax rate for 1001 at SI on the 100 worth oftaxable property which is the same as tIme rate last year It was at fist thought that the old assessment could be reduced to 9o cents but it was finally decided after some discussion to let the 1 rate stand and apply the sum accruing from the banks forback taxes to the liquidation of the citys outstanding obligations The rate fixed is dividfd as follows municipal pur poses 56l city schools SGJc sinking fund slid interest on school bonds lUo TIme poll tax remains at The continual changlngof ones mind is apt to wear it out The Time To Come Is when your teeth first commence to decay If you come to me oiice and if honest treatment aud good work is what want willyou you continue to come The best set of teeth 750 and if any de feet shows in five years you get a new set FREE The only Dentist in Richmond who owns his office All work done at living prices DR HOBSON DfiiUst Permanently located in tle Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Reference Richmond National Hank EGGS Thurman always pays the highest mali market price for ejrgH hides and leathers Call alid see him next door to corner of Main and Fiifct streets JiOfebtf For Sate I ofler for Balo privately my resident and two acres of land nn WrIOt Maui street There are eight rooms bath room ami hull and all mieeesitry inn buildings including threw wisterns For Inrtliir iwrtlcnlHf8 l3tbm or address Dr G VVEvaHii w tUe wnttef sijrned MRS SrKKr SKiTK 2jmlyr IticbmomU Ky Eczema MM Skim EfttJIMI Rekks Esenie wrg asi4 1C- micka Iepsln tooditiewitI sung t Mqis o1ihieatw c 1 S- IWittdLsoii bIaN3rr f i I Dr TCHiltoa Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question fee our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS ORKA C HART State Agent 27feblyr- Mcl aurin seems entirely willing to- ry off his resignation bargain In this he shows an unexpected degree of personal wisdom JJirtlinmrks which mark and mar the outside of the body are a grief to nvcry mother whose children may hear them But for every child wno bears a birthmark on the skin there are many who boar an Indelible birthmark on iho mind Nervous mothers have tier vous children and many a man nut woman owes an irritable and despondent temperament to those dajs of dread when the mother waited the hour of her maternity The use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription strejjcth cns the mother for Jicr trial with strength comes a buoyancy of spirit anti quietness of mind wjitch one of the happiest gifts a mother can bestow on liar offspring Ry giving vigor and elasticity to the delicate womanly or Ijnns Favorite Prescription practical ly does away with the pain of malerni ry mid makes the babys advent as natural and as simple as the blossom ing of a flower Theie is no opium cocaine or other narcotic contained in Favorite Prescription No Maude dear the mero pruning of a tree does not cause prunes to grow ou it Itarrs Rbrnraitum or Catarrh Through the mood Cost Nothing Try Would yon like to get rid of that chroniR 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 IVjtanic Blood Ialnv U U B cures through the blood by destroying the poisons which causeslthe awful achos in the bones joints shoulder blades and back swollen glands haw Impairedhearlllcure Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for thfty ears Composed of pnre Botanic Drugs Perfectly safe to takebyeldjjnd young DruggIsts freeittnt free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Descnbe tJme antI free medical advice Riven until nired Dont give up hopes but try B Boo which makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the all qivm down tire1 body K B B make the blood red giving the ekln the rich glow of perfect health 4 The population of South Australia is 30238R TeterStRkemnr audEczcms The intense itching said smarting inci lant to these disc 36esislnrtJn allayed- y CSaanbcrlains Eye andt Skin piataieat Many very bad case- shavebrpeniamaeet1yciiredby it It a eqwUly tteMMtfor Jtcliiag piles and BIppleskMi efaptBfc ote nyee 33 cte per box itt Jr CWfV CMditiM Pew4 r are bedII lM ifbg They are noi food Ht Lobied the beet Iii t1Rio pat a ta pdme OiU ln p- iM riOe per pes c Stops the Cough and Works off tho cord laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No curi no pay Price 25 cents The yonng man who goes on the stage to earn his bread and butter must first be given a role TO CURE A COLD lIT ONE DAT Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it signatureisThe fellow who wins on the races is seldom the one who talks about the books that have helped him Lire The poeld exclamation 0 Life I feel thee bounding in my veins is a joyous one Persons that can rarely or never make itin honesty to themselves are among the iriorii unfortunate They not try but fjritt for to lire lui plies more than to be To live is to bo tfJualthefppllirecine that has made thousans of people men and women well and stroll has bestowiiigtimecine is Hoods Sarsaparllln Thuweak rundown or debilitated from any cause should not fail to take it build np the entire system changes existence into life and makes life more abounding We are glad to say these words in its favor to the readers of our columns ISjunlm The salmon pack of Washington in 1000 was valued at S32405CO Pf ccnnlnoLaxativethe remedy that curs n eeW la one clnjr Hoax The earth is like a grindstone JoaxHow so HoaxIt revolves on Ite axis SOKSTHUTQ OTW They cure dandruff hair falltny head crime etc coats the same as an ordinary ComhThoPeople everywhere it has been intro Youimplywonderliii tobreaksatisfaCtion 35eLive where to introduce tins article Sells successSee DlcatnrIConsequencelyitisgolden DO YOU WANT Lo sell your KEALESTATETIMnER JXYOUkind Of propehy Write aim vikhiR the particulars uJ lMbetHe tti- hJII vlifi I1JtrlII J MiK JJr Call in and renew your subscription to the CLIMAX EVERY YIOWEMEN XERVIKE Resftl SoW with WrittenEasily QuIckl femanentty Onspflgeo to cure IIt Vitality Xervon Debtlltr JneomnU Fhllloir Memory and nil Waiting JHieaMi and all Weatneinx resulting from carlror later CXCCIK fl prboietor J5 MaUd to andc onrecsiptol tics Ino Itatl jlodJcln eo s u Paul Klnw v I Ilacan Druggists dec9lj pj ITSBURG gIICENTRAL STOCK YARDSt EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Di trilmtingppi1tJ ast of Indiaiiapo1J for Ba1ti move New York and Till Eastern markets i God buyers always inattendance Joi export cattle and all other kinds of stocks Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention WEEKDAYSIb1ON ODONNELL General Ihc ti1iiii M1 Inv stm n D OF 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 years oM and has a greater premium income to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid In Living Benefits 380000Amount Placed in Reverse and Surplus 200000 Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life thin Company otters special advantages 75 SMITH BOiAZTVTKN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky PLOWS 4+4 + 4 f f+4 f4 +4- MPLOWS The season lias arrived when the farmers are in search of 1LOWS an l other Farming Implements and that thosn in need of such may know that we are still catering to the wants of this clasp we call attention to our line o- fVulcan Plows1New Western Disc Harrows7Cultivators Barlow Corn Hardwaret Planters Stoyes Tinware Tin Hoofing and Guttering a specialty W D Buckley Tinner Call and examine our stock beforu buying elsewhere TAYLOR BROS J1c E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and TreasJ w L M WARE General Manager tJ Tne Jefferson tally Jurst a 4 corporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT L On the Market jiJ The BEST because it j will make you the Most Money Mgr I It is BEST because there is no thigh ratio 3 If for J business on our BooksitIt requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jefferson than in any other Company MAGNETIC 4 J The Jefferson Ii NEW and under it Weekly Contract can sell you virtually Ground Floor Business every 18th week trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The Jefferson tA r1IOME OFICI C C Efo 22N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORQASIZED 1868 QEOW MORRIS Pret VT W KITE Vice Pres THB MUTUAL LIrE IN URAH B 00 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David TressJajiUtfnrrA Hodge Bnpt Agencies Kettteky 7 t714birnrLUsIncrease in Surplus 15097432 Mlbpendlturese expenditures KTt544 M 1 I siF D ce hec 31Mt J H KENNEDY SPeCiiFAgeRt KYI JJ tj LAND STOOl AND CROP Since the first of January there have been something over 1200 registered Ifejefords Bold at auction in the Uni ted States at an average oi 210 The Stanford Journal notes the sale of 10 COOpouud cattle at 4q 17 lambs at 51ca pair of 3 yearold mulesfor 2251 15 steers calves at 1280 each soda bunch of heifers at 12 25 a head At the Will Tiurton sale near Stanford J B Burton bought the farm of 822 acres at U milk cows 10 to 32 vearllngmulea40 hogs 75 to Sets farming implements sold low Several farmer have sold their hogs at Cc for this months delivery Senator Joe Bailey of Texas closed a deal with Lillard Cobb of Dan yule for twentyeight head of short horn cattle for which he paid tOQO He will keep them in Kentucky until November at which time he will ship all his young ones to his ranch in Texas STANFORD COURT DA V There were about 200 cattle here yesterday the best selling closo to 5e The ruling prices for yearings and twoyearolds were 4 to 4JjC Heifers were slow at 3 to 3c and butcher stuff 3 to 3Jr The horse and mule market was dull Stanford Journal Over 400 slop fed cattle the property of Bridgewater Fox Co were ship ped Thursday from Lebanon to Balti more Md A train of 18 cars was required to transport the cattle This is the second big shipment from Lebanon weeksIe men on the farm There is work for the educated and in telligent farmer Our advice to the young boys is to educate themselves anti stick to the old plantation The farmer is the backbone of the country That broken everything is ruined Carolina News One of the best farmers in tile county tells the Sayings that the average yield of wheat in Mercer this year will not be over eight bushels to the acre lIe however modified his statement by saying that Wm Durham and Sam Forsythe each have 100 acres he is al most certain will thresh 35 bushels to acreWhats house some one will ask of raising purebred fowls Instead of come on chickens We answer by asking what is time use ol raising Jersey cows instead of pineywoodsscrub stock or what is the use of raising Essex hogs instead of raxorbacks or thorough bred horses instead of marsh turkeys One has only to look over the mongrel flocks of chickens at home and at the homes of his neighbors and then at the purebred fowls in the chicken show for an answer There Is symmetery of form beauty of plumage and increase in weight Such chickens are a de light to the eye even if there were not a single other advantage Augusta Chronicle Important Decision Sometime ago Senator George T Far ris obtained an American History which was sold in Indiana ft Coc by Grim Co of Boston the fame book being sold in Kentucky at by the same firm which is under a bond of 10000 to sell the books at a uniform price The Senator always a faithful public servant requested Miss Elfen Lusk school superintendent to bring suit for the 10000 damages She em ployed Welsh G Williams H McMur try and L L Walker who filed suit after IrofJ H Patterson one of the best friends of the cause of education in the State filed cQmplaint as re quired by law The defendant demurred to the petition the circuit court sustaining the demurrer and ordering certain matter to be struct from the pe tition Attorneys for plaintiff ap pealed the case the Upper court reversing the judgment of the lowei court giving plaiMiif power to proceed against the book company and to recover the sum of 10000 provided they could prove the breach of bond by selling ho same book at different priceo and get fudgement They say that they will easily furnish the prool and as the money will go to the schools of Garrard county those who furnished the facts and worked on the case will be regarded as public benefactors Hugged the Hired Girl An editor in Missouri printed all item which stated that the man who was hugging the hired girl had bette slop or his name would be published In a few days about 28 citizens paid ul1 their subscriptions and told the edito to pay no attention to the foolish stories going nroundEr BIG HILL Corn is growing nicely and the pros pect is that there is going to be mOrE corn raised in this locality than lot yearsJarvis Gariier bought a nice horse from South Carolina parties last week III three months the British Govern ment will have to float another loa unless the Boers give in before that time A Ladys Lfflci Has been ruddy defined by sonic cynic alltheresniayatiayuiresthatafterward By careless eating women pave the for stomach trouble and its kindred miseries Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is co fide commended asacure for diaeaces of the stomach ad utritioeiBybodytobebWItap fOOlldigeFor twelve tong scott I MrfPrred lartol JlandoIpIIjoy Itacom I wss wc so Eo at all Qmld sot pii apC 4 r k Ute1H eIrel1li Dhevyv PsvM Pzcvt I aMdIIJOtIAfM Ani tsr i J ilyw- I5PtDr PfeftI P t CUthtadiclse A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Somelhlng lew Under the Sun All doctors have tried to cure CA TAKKH by the use of powderp cid gases inhalers and drugs In paste form Their powders dry up the mucnoua lueuiuranes causing them to crack open and bleed The powerful ncids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers Lave aimed to cure while pastes aud ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced 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no ordinary remedy but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage if used according to the directions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the regular price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept C 959 EDWIN H GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia maylyr VALLEY WEW tFrom the Argent The Sh rldanirk Contract Co have opened a comuiieary across the riverMr and Mrs A D Goosey are rejoicing over the arrival of a flue girl at their home Owing to time scarcity of tobacco plants from several causes the acreage will be small in this section J W Masters is building quite an addition to his residence which when completed will be a handsome homo A Maccabee Lodge will be organized here Thursday night June 20 by E H Vest of Junction City Assistant State Deputy Last Wednesday was payday at the Southern Lumber Companys plant and several hundred dollars were dis tributed among its employes- Mr and Mrs Richard Quisinberry of Ford have taken board with the family of Mr and Mrs William Led ford Mr Qnisinborry has a lucrative position with the Southern Lumber Coas sawfiler A few months ago food which I ate for breakfast would not remain on my stomach for half an hour 1 used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure antI can now eat my breakfast and other meals with a relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for stomach troublesll S Pitts Ar lington Texas Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eatPerry Thomas Really it scorns lo be rubbing the thing in to present Admiral Schley with a Santiago medal on which Samp sons head is engraved and to require him to wear it Mr Jas Brown of Putsmouth Va over 90 years of age suffered fcr years with a bad sore on his face Physi clans could not help him DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve cured him per manently PEnnY THOMAS Enormous profits are reported from the truck farmers of the Southespecial ly from thoso who plow deep Most Southern farmers merely scrapo the surface rDanjer disease and death follow neglect of the bowels Use DeWitts Little Early Risers to regulate them and you will add years tn your life and life to your yeas Easy to take never gripe PERRY THOMAS The Brittish locomotive makers seem to charge that every railroad abroad that has over bought an American lo comotive his joined in a deliberate plot to discredit the altogether superior British locomotive in favor of the almost worthless American production Stran e how blind to their own inter eats these railroads must be It may he inferred logically from the action of the State Department in re gard to Porto Rico and the Philippines that hereafter citizens of Arizona Ok lahoma and the other territories can be granted only passports as citizens of their respective territories entitled to the protection of the United States and not asAmerican citizens There is good reason to believe that President McKinleys ideas in regard to protection have bgen much modified of late year butit is entirely certain that he would not dare to admit the fact if he was now serving his first term and not his second The trusts control the Republican party absolute h Cuba must too the line wjthont any explanation or interpretation If the administration wants to reverse itself later on it doesnt want to bo ham pored by any written declaration of present principles The President lies not forgotten his unfortunate experience whtu plain duty And now the British expedition of 12000 men all that can be spared to suppress tie Mad Mullah who is menacing Egypt Irony the Soudan finds itself against n force of 00000 fanatics General Kitchener should be sent there He succeeds better against savages than against white men Representative Boutell of Chicago goes the whole way declaring forawar of conqest against Canada Mexico and OentraIAmericaEerythingl- own 10th9 Nicaraguan Canal roust be ours sooner or later he Suva and he is entirely willing that it should bo sooner The truth as to South Africa is now coming in Several important British defeats have beenRtaiitted during the past week and coluras of casualties iF curred In bUkw of which the tlkWe YI0ttdhad sever brd have M tM- en p Mabd JH the 13ritj pprg Chiit ec not know Wh t ted i ih Wee RB Do wi who ra-Y rltnll ow he h4U w prpbt JttWi11 doiut the Vindy ehjr try ip pointing a omiujiiou de 1qqaijeojn J qureug Certain Administration papers hav log inside information have given away the fact that the resident uevur intended to call an extra session lie merely put up a bluff to that effect in order to show tie country that ho was not imperial in his ideas Some cir onductors in Washington have gotten out nil edition of halt a million counterfeit tickets find they have sawed olf some 200000 of them on their confiding employers This savors more of tho breezy West than the effete East A Western woman has sued for divorce on the ground that her husband concealed from her the fact that ho lund a wooden leg until after they were married Such ignorance is incredible Inn woman If the case were reversed now OThe Constitution seems to be about as weak aloft as tho Shamrock IT Both boats are like race horses re quiring lots of coddling nail being liable to go off their feedat nearly any time There never was a chance for an ex tra session of Congress The rumor to ofIdull Jhero when Congress is away Senator Till man hardly observes the amenities of debate in referring to Senator McLaurin in his letter to Governor McSweenty but he may plead justification nevertheless Since Sampson was not at the battle of Santiago it is perhaps appropriate that his head should be put on its medals Otherwise he wouldnt be in at all The old adage about thieves falling out does not seem to work in China The allies there have quarielod but the Chinese have not gotten their dues Mr Knox thiuke that the Philippines can be governed civilly under military rule This is worthy of Mr Griggsathis best The money made by a dealer in spring wote r should bo clear profit I am agent for the Page Wire Fence StLt And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tin es Also pure bred Dnrock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY KirkJVille Ky Patroniz Home Iac Insnre yonr dwellings barns and other pro erty in the BLUB CRASS INSURANCE COH PAN of Lexington KyM a home Institution Qlves protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members wlien losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to COmeaJDemberorcompaDY The cheapest and most reliable company for the peupe of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf after the first year a3For further particulars call on L P ADAMS Agent an office In court house with the County Judge Richmond Ky- rnay2tly LoMfi Si AUailic Eailroai Schedule in effect oily DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For 605byvilleLm and Cincinnati pm For Irvine 1156 ani For MlllerCreekm 330 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington andI 1156 am Cincinnati 830pm Prom Irvine 255 pm From Jllllers Creek jsz 830 am C M BROWNING Gen Mgr VILEY tTHECTAILOR t Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of etIMQO rA RI From New York and desires to make you an upiodata SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York j to TRY HIM to to W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY ISfeblv Mii t p Offers the following attractions MEETING ANNUAL Imperial Council OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE Kasas City MB Jane II awl 12 1901 One Fare TripjPLUSS2 EwoftiLUlleMn tiig SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18 to 21 eFJTcY I1EOOCED RflT5 SPECIAL EXCBRSIOMS T0 COLOHA O AID UT1I J1JIl11 AlIRtiM drphlLtli One Fate the RouDdlipPLUS LW- 4iMase ifseatio IIMtw Tisv AMT7H1rWSA Zy HoTQWIIeIUlDoGr LOkMp- c c t all Ask for O Q P A in all to fit is is for on on e S 9 f ILEXIN6TON CHAUTAUQDA LOW RATES VI- AillBBail 81lliV Bafl IDJ From Points JuncUon ity id iiI1ito Ticket Agents Particulars- W RINEARSON fCCORSEfSMille American BeautiesWe styles and shapes every figure andevery corset sold under this most liberal warrant Moey refunded after fourj weeks trial Ifcorset satisfactory Look this Trade Mark inside ofcorset and box KALAMAZOO CORSET CO Sole Makers Kalamazoo Mich FOR SALE BY W C GRIGGS ISmay3mDoylesville Ky HALF RATESP- lus SlO- ODAIUY TO BUFFALOAND Big Four Route AfTordine an opportunity to visit th- oBainbow Cityt PanAmericanExposition Niagara Falls Round trip tickets to Buffalo andre turn will be sold every dav including Siinduv commencing Sune 1st at rate tripRetutilPopular coach excursions leave Cincinnati every Tuesdaymorningin June on fast at ratnpf one cent a mile return limit two days from date of mile allowing two full days at Buffalo STOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo Niagara Falls and Chautauqua Oa Tickete to New York Boston ftl sAV Eas m Petals Union depot coaRecttOBs in CiBcinnatf avoiding o milH6 trers 14 TramDaily 4 Hours Quickest Choice of Lake Ridrb Clevdaftd and1ldfaJo 0 B 8NMUMw C lloB w tit A wU VBig F tMrIOMtloutVuianVtmii W PPLCte lPM Ti iorAgtCZROINATI CC CLAKK Tray Pa- socuoog Tens To get reaHy good cap of coffeeJyottK have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all thepores ofthe berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you cam get ArbucklesRoasted Coffee for it is actuary leas expensive than the cheap kind goes further besides being better Savored more satisfying You will find ft Hst of neefal eti des in each package of Aibaciles Coffee A definite put of one of these article becomes yoiss whea you tray the coffee The one you select from he list will be seat you en condition that you tend to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wnppea- ARBUCKLE EROS Notion Dept New York CKy NY I KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing tLc exhausted digestive organs Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It In permanentJycuresDyspe Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea rfectdlgestionPrepared For sale by Perry Thomas Low Rate Excursions to Colorado and Utah EVERY DAY Via Uurlinglon llontr commencing June 18 continuing through the summer These will be tho lowest rate summer excuzsious ever made to the Itocky Mountain region The preneMl basis is one ONE FARE PLUS 2 fur the round trip but on certain dates fur in stance from July tat to 9th inclusive Lower baa Half Rates are Offered The Burlington Route Is the best line the main travel line to Colorado This in a rare chance to get an ont lug in this magnificent scenic and de lightful summer region The general scheme ol excursion rates is so extensive and varied that inquiries or de tails should be made of the nearest ticket agent or of the undersigned Do us the favor to write for information printed matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for the public as well as Epworth Leaguers Le8stbanhalfrates Get berths early in the Burlingtons special through tourists sleeper to San Francisco leaving 6th to 13th inclusive from 8t Louis at night from Kansas City in the morning via Denver Rio Grande System through Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City Every Wednesday per InExcurstOnsers same route as above Send for descriptive folder W U BIIAW L W WAKELY IPA4OGVineSt OPACincinnati O St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT OeD Manager tit Louis Mo 6marlyWall J Paper Paints Right Goods Right Prices are the essential factors to be consider ed in the buying of goo ds of whatever natureWe arantee the former and our quotations will estab lirfithektteroneverythiog kt the line ol Waif Paper Picture Frames Window Shades Paints Otis Varnishes and Gksc Largest stock ki cen tral Kentucky tL L WillM Maatrf rerof Jl alofPw U for all kinds of etIIE4BLlHE 1870 Any one need a Sewing Machine will find the StandardAnd Norwood The only strictly np todate Sewing Ma chines on the market Call in and examine these goods FREE REPAIRINGAND TIMErriG PINtf WAT SPECIALTY J LAIEJJ Ii r L All Douglas Simmons tr aT ta Work GaaraMteei Main Street- RICHMOND KY BY close and careful inspection you will find our line oi Refrigarators Ice Boxes AND The Best and Prices the- VLowest 78 THE D1 D1HAKELT A MAY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 5I44444444 t y IF Dont forget to ask for the Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIP CUSTOMERS TAKE NOTICE anyMerchant 5 Per Cent ScripWhich they will accept for Five Cents on every CASH OF ONE DOLLAR And take Special Notice that the Merchants who belong to this Association are the most wide awake and keep the best selected Stock of Goods and their prices are the LOWEST PrintingJOmgsCoViDltonHardware ArnerJewelryDr8may2m STANDARD PURCHASE DI1 L U Ulauton muu m Coal Owen Goods W Covington tBanks Clothiers John AllmaDm u IealIRichmond Carriage FI rfi4i ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE NEW Water Coolers RD EE MyersLumber McKeeDrySOldbamFnrniturt WorksI TONGUELESS CULTIVATOR CLAIMS The advantages poFsessed by The New Departure over all otner Cultivators ere very numerous amJ valuable Space wilt not premlt naming allofth Briefly- we ran maintain for The New Depar tore f 1 That it is the most simple in con struction and easiest operated 2 The front or carriage is composed entirely of iron and steel 3 It is more compact and occupies little space for storage 4 It is more durable and will outlast any other Cultivator 5 It cost the farmer less for repairs 6 It is lighter and requires less draft from the team 7 It has 110 down draft or side pres sure 8 It causes no sore necks or Railed shoulders 9 It has no complicated eyenerrearh horse is compelled lo do lila share of work 10 The pitch of the shanks having safetypin braces can be adjusted to a nicety Z 11 It rans steadier over crossfurrows and B even roundH i 12 On side hill ground the wheels are always retained in the path of the team by the draft 13 It will plow closer to tbo tences atu the ends of rows 14 It bwthe celebrated Pattee Shovel which Rive the most perfect sat iifaction Iii It leaves the teamsVitlisoaad neck and Bhoaldern aad in better conqition for the harve t IS The New D rturehadBC higher and wld r clearftBce In the arch will MM over cora ini the Itadvanced sisges of cultivation with the least injure to the tall tliftlk8t befeMwKV other caltivatora the neck yoke tongue and brace cwnejn cont et wiUi the row el ptaata and t4rey a large of the talle stalks whea taylBC hyv the crop DOUGLAS SIMMONS1 HARDWIRE STOTES FARMUW IHPLEHENT- Smchlly