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I iiZi1tE1RIC11MOND CLIMAX I = IVOLUME8 N11W RIOHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1901 Y f PROFESSIONAL OAR- DSTonTS I l ifRATTORSBYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY raOfficeoTer Climax Office with Ju B Mc Crew Street RW MILLER ATTORHBTATLAW RICHMOND KBNTUCIT Office n the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3lr IA SULLrv TTO BS VATLA Ws RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op 1OStE Courthouse on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAUL- TATTORNEYSATTI RICHMOND KENTUCKY over Ch n Omce on Second street ults grocery V R LETCHER MtonieyaiZatiflUC- HMOXD 4k TOptT- tSrOfiice over Taylor Bros Store TALBOT JAOKS01T J ATTORN EYAT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY MOfflce In Pr ther Bulldlne Main Rtreet PSTSIOIAHS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office in thrtoe C ilin building iS and to Sec end Street oven Nlme old dtusttore 27 CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty AaOfflce at table on corner First and Water Street Richmond Kyapr71y H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhco Prather Buildins Main Street Telephone at rmidenee the Carr pUce on Broadway KENTUCKY KICHMOND EVANS MD 1W PHYSICIAN AND SURGEoN RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY D 1aette tonsot DENTIB OP LODISTILLB Ky WOMce next door to QoTernment Building RlchmSnd Ky Office hours 8 to 121 to novlTly Dr Louis H Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No lilt Madison Avenue Covlngton Ky will be at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich nond Kyuiaylly Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and Knife Plaiting Richmond Ky sept9tf Our Goods AND Our prices4+4O+ + Compel you totrade with us when you give us a trial d ffi li1 j- BIiiuo ig l iWl ll1in The ladies cannotbe deceued by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WnltN Gibn1 t ++CALL AT + 4+ JONES MERSIWN SALOON PARLOR WREN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshia g of drinks that can be found dij9psebydattnfl leriaeaiic 9i 4c KiPt r if i f1PhoneS It2kQfiao7D li rr tjJLRY iJc Ch4 The latest Plock in central Kentucky found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store l iingion Ky For repairing SplitSecond and fl+ Swiss Watches also Settingjraridjfihei 4+ Expert Workmentl I also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Desicit iiiK done by a flue Engraver Have you Seen Tlfe Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times ily Motto TIELIAnLE GOODS AND PAIR UEALINQS Victor Bogaert 67 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY Ufcbly I HIIkDPORESTORES VITALITY Made a WenManof DRENCH REMEDY tiredness the tbove result In 30 anJtossessanity end Consnmptidn Your Men rcpajh Man Italva man for business or marriage Euiljr carried in Sa50bymall1nplalnpackWritten guarantee DR JEAN OHA1IRA rarl For sale by Stockton iiacan7nggts N 1J3kSuccessor to J WJ bill LicyFt1cIRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CllTllC- lIIwiIl be glad to have all my oldcustomers call and see me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch27ly KENTUCKY ATTENTION PLE B t To Our Pretty hALL PAPER J WE desire to call your attention the fact that as this is the beginning of a new year as all as the 20th Century that we are en deavoring to keep up with progress of time this year by enUrcifcg our stock ot WALL PAPERS fr ll DECORATITE GOODS So thi season we will be able to nhowaod furnish you any and eli of thecbolcest and prettiest designs As we uuve bought an extensive stock direct from the manufacturers and can famish yoii Wall Papers ranging In prices from the cheapest to the finest and most elbaorate do signs and feel confident we can sat sfy your want In this Jine We will also tarnish Wall Moulding to match any shade o5 Wall Paper you may select and will cheerfully fur nish estimates on work in this line Free of Charge o- We respectfully invite you to calf at our Drug Store on Main Street and see onr wallpaper and get oar prices before buying as we can tare you money and we will take pleas ure in waiting upon you and your wants Our prices are the lowest Thanking you in advance we are Yours respectfully PERRY THOMAS Wall Paper Co W L LKBDS Painter and Decorator I7antr PHONE 75 +SOUTHERN RfllUflY Of KENTUCKY CB4ta SehtdiU fet Mir lIlt B1STBOUNIX NaL 5TN i1T IxtuUrllle 745am 400pm Ar Shelbyvilie9iOarn SSSpm upmI AT LarencebgPitam GEpt B45pm Ar Versailles101Mm 647pm taoipm Ar Lexington ta5am 715pm lasapm WESTBOUND No No itliT Lexington 730am 435pm laot Ar Versailles7iZaui 502pm i3oara Ar Larencebgt3am rSrpm 5iai Ar SheibyiIIe9lOam 015pm OSOua Ar Loulsrt1letQtOuD 74Opm era lASTBOUHD WESTBOUHIX No 11 No Ii BTATIOE No12Nott 400pra 745am Lr Loulsril Ar 740pm liaitam 626pm lam Lv LarnclinrAr NSOpm 810am TlSpm ia43rai ArHarodsbgLT 440pm 7JO m TJUpm lOMamAr Burcln LTl t3prn7lOan iAaTCND WKThOUND Ko lSltNo671 BTATIOS 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IIn the course of a two column oria tn Thursdays Lexington herald connneutiiif on the action of the Alum ni A ociation in approving the con tibirdatinn JW Central University 4 nd Centre College ColW C P Ureckj ridge the principal spokesman for the consolidntloutlsts says in part tJBuMhe people of Ri sornqJetiupointment wiirclitiiey feel at that pr vieJon in this agreement which practically unites Central University wit t Centre College and makes Danvilio the location of that institution Cer- tale citizens of Madison county su scribed to the location fund and KicM mond was made the seat of the Unlverii sity because of this sUbscription Hi was not made by the county of Madison or the city ol Iticlmiond Many of the donors are dead pcsbibly a umjority af the donors are dead sP Part of this subscription was never collected but the large part wrisi More money has been invested in grounds slid buildings in the city pf Richmond than WRS paid by the citi zens of Madison county In the twen tyseven years which the University has been carried on perhaps a million of dollars Jiave been expended in Madi son county by the faculty and students of the University and by visitors called there because of the location of the 5n stitution It is said that some 1200 youths of Madison county have imfc tricnlnted nuT been trained in wholeor in part there that nearly every mem ber of the bar most of the bankers liuHlel1mondThese statements have been usedfor twoopposite arguments One to demonstrate that Madison county has 110 cause of complaint by the removal of the institution because she has been magnificently compensated for the money she gave and it has been used to demonstrate how tremendous is the loss that Madison county will experi once and how unjust It is to deprive her of these benefits for which her citizens paid In the articles of consolidation is a provision that the campus and the buildings upon the campus and an endowment of not less that f40000 shall be dedicated to a collegiate institute ill which the curriculum taught shan be such as to tenable a graduating sin dent to enter the junior class at Yule or Harvard The donors and people of Madiscn county are not satisfied with this arrangement They say that they are not willing to trust the new man agement nor are they willing to accept the school under that management as a just compensation for the loss accru lug to them Those who are charged with the responsible authority in the new crpor ation and those who liars led the op position in Madison county arc s6 near together that there ought to be some amicable adjustment which would be mutually satisfactory Exactly what this is we are not able to say The grounds and buildings are more than sufficient for suchan institution as either side proposes to establish The amount expended in these buildings ami grounds was probably BO00 It has been proposed that the people of Madison county would raise a separate endowment fund to be dedicated to the maintenance of this institute and would ask that the management bt the institute be assigned to persons to be mutually agreed upon a majority of those persons to ho donors or citizens residing in Madison cotintIand if such an arranueuientcan be made all claim for restitution of donations will surrendered Madison is a large and wealthy count It can readily raise far more anendWinent necessary and pfper to man and maintain such an institution The foundation tra firstclass Insti tiite of the order of Lawrenceville N 3 is there and some amicable ar to be made trangernentsotighit ttJsbut just tosay that the conduct Pbf all thrn parties in the last meeting of tlie Association was 11e8autzUd courteous Gay McCreary all Chair man ruled with impartiality Many difficult questions of order arose He met then with fairness and intelli gence and the Association accepted all of his rulings without a single ap peal and at the close passed unanimous ly a resolution of thanks The debate was very earnest but entirely pleasant The vote wlien reached was decisive and accepted as final so far as the Asso ciation is concerned Before discussing further1 the advisability of deportrnjj thcr jiegrocsfsup pose we cons lleripossibility Women are Like F IJcalQ Healthy they tnds IOIIom rcng and bloorar Sickly they wither and die Every woman ought to look well an4 feel well ltsher and duty butsh fnlght sfc well try to pout fire with oil as to be healthy aud at Iractlve iwlth diwas corrodiBg the- cganathatmaksheraWcrnafl Upon lhlr health n er if th reJ Inllammatln or weakening dralM or suffering at the rjnonthly period attend to R at once Dont d jay Yaure on Per the grayc every day yu t W mel Can ltpadagreM deal but they cannotye forever with dlwwe raggingat the most delicat and vital organs In their body You n JL Mva beeadeceYe4 In soc lfed curST We dost how Youcoulcfhelp it f ba much worthlea on market Bat yo wont be dla- appolste4laBradA f ldPe1Aale keg It lathe OM mttdl ciceoairthurdroaIlymiiI Thre ta ch ce e it an- dsIirsdaiied ndlatbrfl to 5b4sa rt Bdeidaa kSg tI 471 1 tftygjgtbsIi PI ertidIt11 aad 1p aud ifl bteIorwoiwaiute t whetIlertheTwilt IuBr d Iator Ilea at ba4 ritMitOrag0rs I i MrISI r SsLrLIIr U Famous and Neglected Boones borough Ana e has passed since Boonesbo rough echoed with the appalling war cry of the Indian and the crank of the settlers flintlock and few sounds dIs- turb it now but the dying clatter of railway trains that pass in the dis tance the fcigliinj of the wind us it Dends the bill tops of a thousand Ryra uiores and thin noises of a crossing at the ferry which come up indistinctly from the deepdown beautiful river which once knew no other traveler but the ret man and no other craft but his barkcanoe The whole place upland and hollow has all the sadness of a deserted village time melancholy clmrmot lonely nature and tho eloquence of historic past It thrills the soul with a suggestion of that untouched wilder ness that was as sublime as the ocean ot a hunUng round that has never been surpassed of that quicklyshat tered dream of Colonial wealth and feudal power and of the heroic men and the heroic women who unaided and forgotten laid the foundation of a free and independent State Itoonesbor ouch clusters thick with memories of that solitary log fort that was pelted with lead blackeiied by Ireand stained with blood It is rich with the romance of tlie Revolution and the ro mance of Indian warefare It is hal lowed by the snflViitigs of her settlers It is consecrated by the ashes of her dead It is ground immortalized that shonld be owned honored and eter nally cherished by the Commonwealth it cradled ANTITOXIN FuR MYINE DiSKASKS Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Com Den show losses in 1839 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr P H DeVanx after several years of scientific experi ments and succeeded in isolating the true germ of awlne diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs 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 Antitoxin In well swinu will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick twine will Mvc at least IS ptrceat In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be re easllyadmabtertbeAnCltoxia hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hoes 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVanx Chemical Company Van Buren Street Chicago 21aprIy Some Scientist is claiming that monkeys can be taught to pick cotton Knyl Nay Pauline This hiss been tried before Hut the planter who put one negro to watch ten monkeys soon found that he needed ten negroes to watch one of the pesky little beasts Dyspeptics cannot be long lived because to live requires nourishment Food is not nourishing until it is digest digestfoodDyspepsia Cure digests all kinds of aid from the stomach al lowing it to rest and regain its natural functions Its elements are exactly the same as the natural digestive fluids and it simply cant help but do you good PERRY THOMAS The young couple that killed themselves to rebuke their stern parents succeeded all right bnt they will never have the satisfaction of learning of their success 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 ICraaytf People who are sympathizing with the first Mrs Herron seem lo forget that she got rid of Herron There are compensations in everything chiafhingIvyqUickly cured by DeWitts Witch Hazel aIve the certain pile dire PERRY TIIOJIAS A Colossal Bank rue London correspondent of the New York World is authority for the statement that J Pierpont Morgan is engaged in arranging for the establishment of a great Anglo American bank with a capitalof 000000000 It is said that ft is proposed to Abolish nil of tho principal finnncial agencies and banks already engaged in AngloAmer lean business Mr Morgan It is understood has associated with him in the stupendous undertaking not only the principal capitalists who aided in the organiza tion of the United StateaSteel Corpora tiort but also the liothschilds of London The creation of a bank with u capi talization ln billion dollars is an un dertaking ofa nature so colossal that nothing approaching it lots ever been hinted at before The aggregate of the capitalizations of the sixtyfour na tional banks in the thy of New York js barely one billion Two banks only ara capitalized at 10000000 eachihe National City and time National Dank of Commerce The greatest bank in the world the Batik of England has a capital of 14 553000 pounds sterling or about 727G5000 Tho Dank of France has l capital of 182500000 francs or about 30500000 The combined cap talizalion of ihe Bank of France time Deutsche Hank of Berlin time Bank of Spain time Bank of England and the Banque Imperial Ottomus the Gov ernment Bank of Turkey falls farI short of 1000000000 It has beencharged for many years that England has had a hand in bhnp ing tim financial policy of this country and this colossal scheme for the control Of tile worlds flananccs will be little surpriseHo thoso who have studied time sublect kCoLJack Ghinnln a New- Role The Sayings says that A farmerwho- livei oil time Lexington pike four miles from town bought tea Mad sheep re cently payiBg four dollars a carcass for them and then tamed around and predated the ehebp to the fellow from whom llehtl purelweed them The voiiDg houner time first maa ha- Uled theta and when time other rode by and said lie waa looking fpr sheep killing tIos th owner of time hotitids said You tMMt KW farther ray pow daRHi JwHie twonlghtg Iwith woof In their teeth heres fottr dollars Is it lrfbelnont11ANethpteatkl tlnH lal1foOl the ritapt tllteII1IWell Wager time owner of Um dogs WM hatbJIIi Hrtgkbgt De a c 50 CentsOnly to make your baby strongand well A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion will change a sickly baby to a plump romping child Only one cent a day think of it Its as nice as cream Send fora free sample anft try itSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York soc and Jioo all druggists a nh Comprehensive Reports on the Southern Oil Fields to Be Made for the Manu facturers Record The Manufacturers Record of last week says The Texas qll field promises to have a revolutionizing effect upon time Southwest and to create a most re markable industrial and railroad growth in that section It may broadly affect the worlds industrial life Certainly verrlarto for oil We seem to be entering upon an oil age in which the introduction of this cheap fuel will very greatly add to the wealth of the South With a view therefore to the broadest possible sludor all the great questions arising out if this Texas discovery questions of international interest the Manufac turer Ueronl nas secured the services of Mr O K Z CuracrTsti C K E M who has personally Ftudltd nearly alt of the known wl fields of the world to investigate and make a series of com prehrnsivc reports upon the Texas and Louisiana oil fields These reports will be written exclusively for the Manufacturers Record which under takes this expensive work for the general good of the South It is possible that the other oil fields of the South may also bo covered by Mr Caracrisii Time conditions of this engagement in which Mr Caracrieti undertakes to make this investigation are that his reports aro not in any way to deal with individual properties but with the field at large as expressed in the following letter to the editor of the Manufacturers Record DEAlt Sin Replying to your enquiry I wish to say that I am now ready to undertake the proposed examination of the Southern petroleum fields for your journal and will start South for that purpose tomorrow It is understood However that I am not to give techni calreports on individual properties but to deal with the various oil fields to be examined according to their worth territorially scientifically and com mercially with special reference to the effect the product itself will have on local and foreign conditions and on the existing fuel and illuminating oilsetc of America and elsewtiere I desire to point out time fact that natural gas will have a valuable and effective influence on the manufacturing conditions of time South and es peciallv so on metallurgical develop ment electricity steam and other mechanical departments all of which I shall undertake to investigate Never Saw a Train Mr and Mrs Samuel C Daily parents of Dr M H Daily of this city and Di W G Daily of Millereburg are visiting their sons Mr Daily is 77 years of age and never saw a train of cars until a week alofo him the Uluegrasscountry with all its modern facilities is a new heaven and a new earth The telephone electric lights and water piped along the streets and into the residences arc sources of won der The worthy couple reside in Jack son county in the heart of the Ken tucky mountains and were never be fore brought into contact with the busy hustling world of the lowlands However they have reared up sons and daughters to be proud of and who soothe and sustain them in their de clining yearn Paris Gazette Mobile found a way to get rid of Sam Jones The newspapers there ignored his existence Consequence Ho has never gone back THE HOME GOLD CURE AN INGENIOUS TREAT3IKNT BY WHICH WmXKAUUS AUE BEING CURED DAILY IN SlITK Uf THEM SELVES No Noxions Doses No Weakenin of the Nervrs A 1leasant ana Iositlvo Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and understood that Drtiukenncss la a disease and not weakness A body tilled with poisonanJ nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of iutoxicat Imig liquorsrequires an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicatiii this and destroying the craving for intoxicants Snffen rs may now cure themselves at Jiome without publicity or loss of time from business 1w this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful nse according to directions of this wonderful discover is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show time marvelous transformation of thousan s of Drunkards into sober industrious anti upright mono WJVKS cum YOUR 11US RANDS PllirDltKN CURE YOU II FATHERS II This remedy is specificfordevised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or eoflVft without the knowledge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkard have curoo themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and maria tem perate men by having the CU1U2 administered by loving friends and rela lives without tlwir knowledge in coffee or tea and believe today that they liscon tinned drinkfhgof their own freewill DO NOT WAIT Do not bAde luiled by ssmeimt and misleadlnlllim proveineht Drlva out time disease at once situ for all time THe HOME lylowithin reach of everylwdy a tretmntmore effectual than otlerscosttmt 35 to ISO Fittl dimctionanccoropwnr tech p ekiiie SjJeelalttdfce by ak lpliyvMiini hentqeaMdwith i x t hvtt Neat paid to any pert of tlte World hn receipt if One hjuhi r A M5Br fpt 0 WP KDWIN fe GIIiIl4S MPAlii aim- dMarPh4 2 J svaPt PI11d AItIiDtIJUCC Iilttriiflj i Al imeylyt 1 Cant Come Too Soon Repeatoftime following taxes will take effect July 1 1901 Special tax on commercial brokers Stamp tax on- llankcbeck8 Drafts and orders for Inpayment of money at sight or on demand drafts and orders for the payment of money otherwise than at sight or on demand remains taxable Certificates of deposit Postoflice money ordrn Promissory notes v Mortgages Leases Expoits bill of lading a Manifests for custom house entry of clearance of cargo Powers of attorney Protests Charter parties- Certificates of all kinds except certificate of profits or certificates showing interest on property or accumulations ofcompanics Warehouse receipts Telegraph dispatches Express dispatches Express receipts domestic freight bills of lading remain taxable Policies of insurance and premiums charged for marineinlandflrecasualiy fidelity and guarantee insurance Taxes on telephone messages Time doctors told me my cough was incurable One Minute Cough Cure made me a well mnnNorrls Silver North Stratford N II Because youve not found relief for a stubborn cough dont despair One Minute Cough Cure bus cured thousands and it will cure you Sate and sure PERUV THOMAS President McKinley did a good thing for himself and the country when he made his announcement about a third term So imperialistic a President does well to distrust his ability to maintain the institutions of the country fur so long a time as twelve years 3 Low Rates via Queen and Crescent Route to The Following Points Montreal N 0 Christian Workers Assembly July 21 to Auust 4 On sale July 22nd good returning Aug 8 Milwankfp Wis Grand Lodge ttP O IS July 23 to 25 Long limit and low rates Montengle Tenn Annual Meeting State Teaihers Association July 23 to 20 One fare the round trip good returning August 1C Montreal N C Montreal Bible Con ference August 11 to 25 Low rates good returning August 27 Ask ticket agents for full particulars Mr Babcock is now finding out that the same people whom he aided in the past to call Bryan anarchist trai tor etc are quite willing to shower similar epithets on himself when he ventures to differ from them A surgical operation is not necessary to cure piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo saves that expense and never fails Beware of counterfeits Perry l Thomas The protected interests of the country are very anxious topreventSenator Cullom from going to the head of the Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate Cullom you know favors the adoption of the reciprocity treaties and the protected interests oppose them The bilious tired nervous man can not successfully compete with his healthy rival DeW l s Little Early Risers the famous pills for ctmstipa tioh will remove the cause of your troubles Perry Thomas Late State News E L Sanders bought F L Wallins residence in Nicholasville for 2375 At Kicholasville the divorce suit of Mrs Ann Brown vs Louis Brown was dismissed a reconciliation being ef fectedIt rumored that the big Middles horo Steel Plant has been leased by Pennsylvania capitalists Time Rev Dr W Whitsitt form erly of Louisville has been elected to tile chair of philsophy in Richmond College at Richmond Va Ahoutone mile from Flat Lick Mill ken French have just complted the first nitro ylcerill facotry that hiss ever been built in Kentucky James H Barnett was elected principal of Shelbyvillepublic school in place of Prof G Sampson whoso ffriends held a mass convention and asked School Board to reconsider Walter Martin of Stanford was killed by lightning recently Ills ad ministrator has brought suit for 20 000 damages against the Cumberland Tele phone Company alleging that it was because of the companys carelessness in not providing safeguards that the bolt of lightning was conducted to where the victim sa- tGeneral News Johu D Rockefeller has given 200 000 as a start lo an Institute of Medi cal Research with its basis iti New York CitySThe cable between Canada and Aus tralia will Le 5834i miles in length the longest in the world and will cost 10000000 It is said that 23 per cent of the yonog men who have applied for admission at Vest PoUt have been un able to meet the physical qualifica tions Paris is said to be the cleanest city In time world Every morning 2000 male and 600 female scavengers divid ed into 140 brigades turn out to per form the toilet of the capjtal The men work from 4 in time morning till 4 in the evening less two hours off for mealaorlOhours a day The women are engaged in time morn tig osly Rural Delivery It has been a question with maN towns whether time free rar l delivery of maiU will nffect the trade uf tie merchants not Wkre trw system fe already in effect it seems tlmtttZloe Riot TM tnwte of U4IMWWMOOh- tftIh ROY IllDp 8ahrdarOrDI- Mt JSwi Ibk ict de ne trItte6t1tat th eyrtHB IjMMwifi ifte eottiMry ftt iiMM 1s tim bhfctrto eit4t1 In going to toirti for Ute mail k ttp tie- voted to the itch Ueinp o thelatin Jt means btstler lrmlng a Jwyfnj of- prevhue ttitIe positive tJltIQn to 11M prvetlt7 bt th utzy i 4 T A LINE OF SPRING E3ARGAINS uu 500 Allwool Mens Casi mere Suits swell paterns t style and fit at 399 500 Allwool Clay Worsted Suits best values ever shown in Lexington for 499 They are made up inthe very best styie lined with farmerts satin sewed with silk thread and of the latest cut All New Goods S j =SSSSSS I h I t AND the form is sold CC UtlK J be f its a about To re recolor to gray use After using it your mirror today Take last look at grayhair ly may the last if you want it so you- needntkeep your hair week longer you wish sure every time sto hair two or three how much younger ap pear ten years younger at least Ayers Hair Vigor also cures prevents falling of the hair hair grow is a lid hair It cannot help but do these things for lts a- hairfood the hair- is well fed it cannot help growIt the scalp cures the disease that causes toea1lettle AK4n Mymmvwaaromtagodtbldlv bsit Ayers tiHl bM made thick sad mack tMII tsa think there to iwthlir to tor- tha hah cot JCtx April II lLa VwwtrIT Md DS41p If to bh4sia sit dUrJ bs 54IIrItk i5S tho dcl 51ICt 4ro J VELI NJMBER GREAT = Occ t 250 Bkie Flannel Suits colors jgiforanteed at 499 t and Vests manufacturedby Afed Co of Mew York City 200 dozen Spring and a Sooimer weight facy Bal flaBEggan Underwear at J9c a garment The best in the world naSsfees up 50 I COME EARLY SJ AVOD 1L RUSH Biggest Sale Ever Held In Lexington GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS FlUE MERCHANT BAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY ILIGN HINTHE OFFij PAIJltI YEARS 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Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Ixnisvllle at IIOOH J10Uk aTaius 5- ri r FreetS rm Louisville rum shvtiti1ie iai p4 ito ftHeEv ev4 PThe Richmond Climax y J C CHENAULT Proprietor A D MILLER Manager K LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1901 rUBiisujvDzvgu wnzigny BY t Ths Climax Printing Co o DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB TY JUDGE I N B TURPIN CoFORJ TEVI3 COBB roB 8IIBR1FP 1 JOHN EVWA3EKS FOR JAILER L JAMES O LAQKEYI- FOR CLERK JESSE laJllti FOB CIIAS L KBAItCY FOR SCHOOL SUFERIVTENDEvr J W WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND FOB SURVEYOR S P ROCK FOR CORONBB CLIFF SAMUELS FOB DAVID RTEVIS FOR POLICE JUDGE H C RICE FOB CITY ATTOBKKT J TALBOT JACKSON FOB CHIRP OF FOLlC- SJnALLMAN FOB MAGISTRATE D PAR IER Jr FOE CONSTABLE II F KENNEDY FOR COUNCILMEN COURT HOUSE J W Bales WL Leeds CITY hALL CT Wells E HBjbeeU- NIVEISITY C O Douglas W L Arnold DisiATriiiss to the daily papers tell of a terrific cloud burst which last Sat urday visited the mountain district ol West Virginia known as the Pocha liontos coal fields in Elkhorn Valley leaving devastation anil death in iff wake In tho extent of the ruin wrought tile property destroyed and IOR of lire the disaster is paralleled only by the Johnstown flood and the Calves ton horror As many as lives have boon lost and the number may exceed that Owing to tho prostration ol telegraph wires but little news can be received from the stricken section Keystone a town of about 2000 inhabi tants was almost totally destroyed and about 200 persons are believed to have lost their lives The town of Vivian was also in the storm center The Norfolk anti Western railroad which penetrates that section lost thirty miles of track and bridges and lias been abandoned for a distance of 200 raies from Kenova to Bluefield Thirtythree mines in the Flat Top region have been damaged and many of them ruined The Antiro property damnge in that district is estimated at 52000000 REUIIIN Qiixx the Danville negro blind tiger keeper who cowardly murdered Policeman Crmrm must die The Court of Appeals on Saturday af firmed the verdict of the Boyle Circuit Court and Judge Saulley has now only to fix the date of Ins execution Eu gene Montgomery knottier Danville negro charged with the murder of his adopted daughter was granted a new trial There is no question but that a few nockbreakings would greatly im prove tho atmosphere in that neck ol the woods TIrE Alabama Constitutional Convention adopted the sections making the Governor ineligible for the United States Senate and forbidding him from appointing member of the Legislature to office THE corner stone of the new Masonic Temple at Louisville which will cost when completed 250000 was laid Monday Governor Beckliatn being one of the speakers f8rower60 LEXINGTON KY Let us Introduce You to our Wood Mantel Bartinent1ts century 000 show rooiiu Uptodate wilt not not describe it People come in andjiind it so nlceo really modernI and so comfortable anti rOJretwiinland yonll find pleasure too j Its a pleasure only to look at the pretty designs of the old fire place Wood Mantles patternshA line of tilings and rnaiy dezinsoLgrate ye have tl e exclusive agency for four of Ihe largest factories in the country Can fit anv Jiomn with a strictly new fashioned mantel at Remarkably t g t tLow Prices CI IIBroerCo11 j1 AIN AND BROADWAY LxxoroJlCrH MEUCCR county isnowjenjpying the highest standard ofmoratltyex perienced in many many years there being not a singled prisoner In the county jail Wo were satisfied all the time that Jack Cbinns abandonment of the whiskey habit and the fearless Waltons removal to Harrodsburg would havo their effect and here is tho first manifestation of it EiGovEnxon PIXGREE of Michigan one of the greatest political reformers of the present decade died last week in London England where he had gone on a visit The romaine wilt be sent to this country for burial CONSOLIDATIONAPPROVED t C UAND CENTRE MADE ONE AFTER A PROLONGED FIGHT i i Full Details ol the Struggle The consolidation of Central University and Center College is now an accomplished tact The Alumni As sociation adjourned from June 4 reconvened here Tuesday June 18 and alter H protracted session lasting from 2 p in until 280 a m the next morn ing ratified by a vote of 69 to 41 the action of the Northern and Southern Presbyterian Synods of Kentucky uniting the two rival institutions into one under the name of Central University of Kentucky tho location of which will henceforth be at Danville The citizens of Richmond and Madison county believing that the union meant tne perpetration of a monstrous wrong made a hard tight to prevent the con stmation of thn and tbe story of this the last struggle of the consoli dationists and anticonsolidationists which has passed into history is an in teresting one and simply told is this When President James B McCreary called the association to order every available seat in the larco university Huditorium was filled and many were compelled to stand in the aisles or oc copy seats in the gallery so intense was the Interest felt in tho result Those who favored consolidation at the head of whom were Col Thomas W Bnllitt and exCongressman W C P llreckinridgo arrived at 11 oclock on a special train and were much more n evidence than at the previous meet ingThe antis led by lion J An1livan R W Miller and W Rodes Siacklforilalsn lInt an increased force and at a special conference outlined their plan of operation After nrayer by the nOv Harvey Glass of SnmcTRt President McCreary stated the object of the meeting insist ing that as glave and momentous iuestions were to be decided fairness and prudence were ceded The roll call showed lOG members present who answered to their names The President staled that ft quorum was present in as much as the bylaws declared that twentyfive members constituted a quorum The minutes of the preceeding meeting were read by the ecretary and were adopted After the reading anti adoption of the minutes lresident McCreary said I lay before the association before we no into any other business the sum mons which has beAn served upon me by the Sheriff of Madison county in case of C S Turner others vs the Alumni Association of Central University of Hichmond Ky and also the injunction or mandamus issued by S H Thorpe Clerk of Madison Circuit Court They were read by the Secretory summons was in the usual form and was addressed to the Alumni Association of Central University ol Uichmond The mandamusKy or injunction of the clerk of the Madison Circuit Court ordered the Alumni As sedation to arId to the roll the names of all those who had in 1873 contributed to the location fund After they were road President said 1 want the Association to undeistand the situation dearly I have had the in junction issued by the Madison Circnit Court read a second time and Colonel Breckinndge demands the regular or der and he claim that the regular order is to execute the previous question which was heretofore ordered aud if no other motion is made superior to that it will be executed Mr McCreary also said he had no power except to execnte the orders 01 the Association the Injunction or man damus being to and includ lug all the members of the Alumni Association The Chairman then ad ded that as this meeting was the continuation of the meeting held two weeks ago the question was on the proposition as amended which was pending at the time of the adjourn majorityhold June 4 1001 and the previous question had been ordered and was in to ice Tho roll was called and the adoptedbyChairman McCreary again laid before the Association the summons and in junction issued by the Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court already referred to Hon Thomas W Bullitt repre seating the consolidationists address ed the Chairman and said We are entirely satisfied that what purports to be an order of injunction has no effect I am entirely willing to disregard it bs ineffectual And he made a mo tion to adopt the consolidation proposi tion and presented the proposition SecretaryDrsecured recognition but yielded the floor to It W Miller who offered the following substitute fur Article 5 in tilt original consolidation proposition The forty acres of ground more or less located on Lancaster Avenue in Uichmond Ky together with all the buildings and improvements thereon and known as Central University property shall be free of debt turned over to retained and held by the Alumni proddedating Saul Alamni Association to be held and operated by said Association- for educational purposes as a distinct institiMoii at Richmond Ky and the institution and its property shall not be placed under the control either sole DanvilleKvof men which may operate or control said Centre College mljuritytees or other eoverning body of said In restdentsMr Miller moved the adoption of thit byProfDr Eo M Green of Danville also presented an amendment but withdrew it BtiackelfordDU OKEENS AMENDMENT The Green amendment was as follows Resolved That the Association will oppose no barrier to the consolidation of Central University and Centre College provided Articles of the agreement which provides for the es and maintenance of a pre paratory school at Richmond be elimi grouritlaof uppointedreceivmulglioldjiiipurpos education btactet1upNestor of llibyAHsociation MOt the floor and u ar against die con thingsihied coattoIhlatioR would tend txr the PresbyterianChurch lriletrationeclaratiosthat hahopedbe prevented in Met tiamjcabte way rLeball who desired to say Mtytfeioc ttfe Wrtllscusfour hours 011Bnthose who fiivoisi ewMiviMMi l1 three to the nppo4tk4 ftqsWsfr ocIotkla J olidattionDr V H Hobson Hon R W Miller and Hon Jerry A Sullivan of this city Prcf C A Leonard of Cynthi ana Rev Wm Crowo of Frankfort and Dr E W Beaaitiger pf Anchor age The side of the consolidationists was ably upheld by Col Thoiuan W Bullitt and exCongressman W C P Breckinrldge After five hours of spirited debate tho question came to a test on the Miller substitute which was lost by a vote of 09 to 44 The Green substitute was now withdrawn by Mr Shackelfonl and the way made clear for the original consolidation prop osition presented by Col Uullitt Before the votes of the Miller substi tute or the Bullitt consolidation propo Kition were taken J A Sullivan anti W B Smith rose to a question of per sonal privilege and the point that under the injunction issused by the Madison Circuit Court Clerk those who subscribed to tho location fund were entitled to be enrolled and to vote Col Breckmridgo responded and 8altlII Although these gentlemen subscribed to the location fund in 1873 they have never beet permitted Jo be or to vote at a mectingVof the Association and only those who contributed to the endowmnent fund are allowed to vote This Association has already refused to adopt a resolu tion to allow the contributors to the lo cation fund to vote Chnlrnum Mc Creary Said that as a question of privi lege had been raised by Mr Sullivan as to whether those who were named in the mandamus of tho Circuit Clerk should be added to the roll and al lowed to vote he ruled that according to Parliamentary Law which he read the question would be left to the As sociation to decide he therefore or dered a vote to be taken and the yeas and nays were demanded by J A Sul livan and the Association by a vote of 55 to 42 decided it was not a question of personal privilege and therefore refused to permit persons to vote who were mentioned in the mandamus As a parting shot the anticonsolida tionists demanded that a financial re port on accounting of the funds of the University be made to the Association which had been asked for sometime before but this was cut oil by a motion from the consolidationists to adjourn which inspite of a feeble protest was forced through and the meeting adjourned sine die at 215 a m The leathers of the anticonsolida tionists say the fight is not onded but that they will take It into thecourtsnnd endeavorat least to prevent the build- Ings and grounds hero from being util ized by the consolidated institution Just before the Association adjourned President James B McCreary stated that his engagements were such that he could not act as President any lonler and therefore tendered his resig nation On motion a vote of thanks to President McCreary for his able fair and impartial discharge of his du iies as President of the Association was unanimously adopted LOUISVILLE MERCHANTS Given a Cordial Reception by Richmond Citizens At none of the dozen Central Ken tucky town visited in their itinerary did tho Louisville Board of Trade ex cursionists receive a more cordial welcome than in Richmond and judging from numerous expressions of members of the party they were greatly pleased with our city and our people Our citizens were most favorably im pressed also and the fraternal greetings exchanged and the good feeling engen tiered by this meeting of the heads of houses of the metropolis and ISich monds business men are sure to result in closer commercial relations between the two cities The special train bearing the Louis ville delegation reached hero at 0 oclock Wednesday morning from Estill Springs and was met at the Louisville Atlantic depot by tho reception com mittee headed by exGov James B McCreary and the local press commit tee composed of A D Miller It Lee Davis Clarence Ej Woods and Joe A Myers Carriages were in waiting and the line of march was quickly formed and headed by the Newsboys Band of Louisville the Richmond Military Band bringing up the rear the visitors were driven through the principal streets to the court house where a pub lie reception was held While the Newsboysband which accompanied the party played in the court house yard returning the compliment of our band at the station the visitors inspected the Boone Rock and absorbed the idea that they were in one of thin historic counties of the State Entering the court house they were briefLy welcomed by Mayor Claude Smith who introduced lortner Gov James B McCreary who made one ot his usual good speeches His welcome was a cordial one He was in hearty accord with the movement of the headsofhouses excursion Richmond- he said loved the metropolis of Kentucky and heartily indorsed any movement that will bring them closer together The better we know each other he saidthe better we will love and respect each other Ho dwelt upon the importance of Louisville as the gateway to tho South its gteat business manufactures etc enumerating its various leading indus partKentuckymonte and said it was the first to agi tate the free navigation of the Missis sippi river which finally resulted in the Louisiana purchase the acquisi tion of thirteen more States to the Union And now he saidwewant Kentucky to take the lead in com dovolopmentHosources and contended that tho time has come when there must be a new era following the complete recovery of the riouth aud that must lead And one of the best means of inaugurating this new era ho said is the merchants to get in tonch with the farmers by movements such as the present visit togetherin welcome Mr William Thalheimer said in expressing his thanks that ho was a former resident of Richmond and was proud of IL He introduced Charles T Ballard who spoke briefly Mr Bal lard explained the headsofhouscs ex cursion movement emphasizing the tact that it wEts for purpose of vet ting better acquainted and not to blow their own trumpets Vo do not conic for your money he said We want to buy your products your tobacco shipthemA carriage drive followed doting which the visitors wt ro shown the principal objects of interest in our City The visit was terminated by a counter reception at the train where tho Louis villlaus did the honors dispensing refreshments from time commissary car which carried with them As the train pulled out for Lancaster there were three cheers for Louisville given by our citizens which were re MayorVeaveravoidably detained at home but his place WM admlrabfr filled y Mr Chas P lIalJart1exIreeident of tho Board of Trade atid former President of tho Louisville Hoard of Aldermei Taking it all in all the visit was a most pleasant one HI d our people have reasons to feel proud of the ndtnner in wtlch they met and entertained the party who car led away delightful im pressions of KicliBiondVhoipitality and importanceThe ville preee wes well seated on the train the following wellknown newspaper men being in the party DiileyTelegraphRailroad Editor Robert M Hooo Artist Root L Oflutt Circulation Department colluli4lC IalaDd ICewi Robt Wif isulviIagTIes I F Mareoseon CrawfordAgeLolX Yrnshy LK M Me d ry4okJ8 Difficult Digestion That is dyspepsia It makes life miserable Its sufferers cat not because they tcanl to but simply because they must They know they arc Irritable and fretful but they cannot be otherwise They complain of a bad taste In tho mouth a tenderness at the pit of the stern itch 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 Sarsaparilla HOODS IlLLH are the best cathartic A Card From fir Woods I CITIZENS OF RICHMOND I desire to tender to nil who sup ported me in my raco for the may oralty nomination my most sincere victoryIvalueless I have met runny excellent people whom I never before knew and have made I trust ninny new friends and no enemies Occasionally I was called upon to deny silly charges of my running in the interest of this company or that candidate though I am sure no one credited the rumors CAr tainly 110 citizen who respects the oath ofa man conscious cf the solemnity nnd responsibility of a appendheretothose concerned Sheriff Colyer said in the REO lEtTER Dec 27 1900 that money whiskey and combinations in pri maries are ruining the Democratic party I promised myself at the start that I would not corrupt the voters by bribes or liquor directly or indirectly I swear I have not done soand an a result I lostl So be it To those who culled up on me to make tho race therefore I return unstained the commission placed in my hands With malice toward none but with charity for mill I am Faithfully CLARENCE E WOODS AFFIDAVIT I was never asked or hinted at to run for any oflice by any firm or corporation in the world- I have not asked or hinted to any corporation that Iexpected their support No corporation or any of its members is indebted t me for any act of mine No act of mine or publication of mine that may have injured or benefited anotlmr had any such object in viewbut only that our whole city might be bene fitedI in no wise pledged or un derstood to favor any measure of other thing looking to the advan tage of one company over another company I have denounced such favoritism and would not be guilty of such prostitution of power I am in 110 combine of any kind with anybody- I do not know how any candi date would vote or how he feels on any public question 1 shall not in the remotest de gree have any interest in any transaction or contract of the city The same is forbidden by Law is punishable by removal from oflice and the invalidation of such contract or transaction No citizen who is supporting me for Mayor hits solicited my support for any office or other thing at the disposal of the Coun cil I have made no bargains or promises that might strengthen my candidacy or embarrass my administrationI one cent to influence any man to support me other than through the newspapers of the city STATE OF KENTUCKY 7 COUNTY OF MADISON S Personally appeared before mOl CE Wood8 who states on oath that the foregoing statements are true CLARENCE E WOODS Subscribed and sworn to before me by C E Woods this June 18th 1901 JAB S CnuTcnER Notary Public Democratic City Primary Tho Democratic city primary held Thursday was redhot from start to finish and while the defeat of cer Lain candidates was of course a sore disappointment to their frieuds and supporters the result is generally ac cepted PS satisfactory and the ticket selected is considered an exceptionally strong one which the Republicans will find it hard to defeat in November Clarence E Woods the wellknown and popular newspaper mnu who rep icsented the municipal reform lowtax element wits defeated for Mayor by a majority of 42 by D It Tevie Presi dent of the Richmond Ice Co Mr levis is a son of the lamentetI Judge James Tevls a popular public spirited citizen and a representative of the youngDemocracy For Police Judge Henry C Rico who hind no opposition was renominated by an increased vote showing his con tinned popularity Ite has been Police Judge for tho past ten years and the Republican has not been born yet who can defeat hUnt J Talbot Jackson was renomiuated for City Attorney over W K Letcher by majority of 150 Mr Jackson has served one term as City Attorney and hisdecisiye majority is evidence that his party is satisfied with his record nnd thought he deserved an indorsement J H AH nan ran like the proverbial scared doA for Chief of Police his plurality over his two opponents L D Keeny and W L Simmons being tMK During the two years he has been Chief ho has made one of the best peace officers the city ever had D P Armor hind no opposition for Magistrate and every body of course voted for the portly and popular Squire whose retirement would be a public calamity For Constable II F Kennedy son of that sterling Democrat J II Kennedy showed tho running qualities of the thorou bred obtaining 29 votes more than both ohi corn petitors Joe Bnah and LM Scrivner Mr Kennedy is a popular young man a loyal Democrat and will proye a win ner at the final election There werq cightneon candidates for Councilman anti from this array or ex cellent timber tIme following were selec ted Court House W L Leeds J WBal e City Hall 3J II Bybee and C T Wells University W L ArnoW and C G DoHfiUiH It will itt obwYtI that tttM ae aUneWlDtdti M weft IM geed men Mr Arnold iii ttaeoel member of the jmwenf ewtel e1us1iIle Tin official vote je as lullows MA1TOK 28tWlc Cal Manpin t1O rv 4- 5DRTeqs278 1H43i CITY ATJTOnNEY jJ Talbott Jackson 855 W R Letchior190ChIEF J llAlhmusu408 WLSimUlou8i2UJD JUSTICE OF PEACE D P Armer L 483 CONSTABLE H F Kelliledy282-Jo Bueh 97 Illf Scrivner 156 COUNCILMEN COURTHOUSE W L Leeds 100 Charles Jacobs128Sa-m Rice 121 H Rlickels- Ly 65 man Pnrrish 98 J W Smith 149 J W Bales 252 CITY HALT 0AEhIBybeo35B LT Wilson to 209 CTWells226UNIVERSITY W L Arnold 256 E E McCann 77 E D Ballurd 101 CI1PigglaoJo0C G Douglas 274 MAJORITIES D R Tevis 42 J Talbott Jackson 156 James H Aliman2OFr- ank Kennedy 126 W L Leeds 47 J W alesl03-E HBybee 26 CT Wells 17 WLArnold 96 C G Douglas114-v R Slmckelford received our vote for Police Judge as did Bruiser Golden tor Magistr- atePERSONAL Col John R Gibson is in Washington D C Gov J B McCreary was in Lexing ton Saturday Mr J T Mo ely spent Sunday with friends in PILI is Mr J W Cole went to Irvine Monday on business Miss Bottle French is visiting her aunt Mrs T A Gnrnett in Cynthian Mr W C Biggerstaff spent Sunday in Versailles the guest of Capt J D Kawliiip Miss Sarah Vhite has returned from n delightful visit to Miss Marth Clay at Paris Mr David C Fox of Mt Sterling wae the guest sf friends here Monday and Tuesday Mrs S L Tudor and Miss Tudor of Irvine visited Mayor and Mrs Claude Smith last Wednesday Senater J 51 Thomas of Ford was here AVednesday mingling with the Louisville excursionists Mrs Ellen Perry of Kicholasville is visiting the family of her son Mr H L Perry on the Summit Insurance Commissioner John B Chenault attended the meeting of the Alumni Association Tuesday Miss Mollie Fifo left Thursday to join her mother at Faycttsvillc Mo- She went by way of Chicago byhervisitingTelatives at Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs Mat S Cohen left tripthrough MaryMatimewsMrs George Corzelius at Hotel Glyn donMr Thompson Bettsof Clark county came over to attend the Alumni meeting and was the guest of Mr Robert aylor Mr and Mrs W T Bowman and son Paulj and Miss Jennie Bowman visited the family of Mr J H Ken nedy last week accompaniedbyspent several days last weeks with Mrs G G Prewitt Mr and Mrs Thomas Williams of Irvine passed through here Wednesday to Crab Orchard to attend the State Pharmaceutical Association Miss Curraleen Smith went to Win chester Thursday to keep house for her sister Mrs J M Beuton during the hatters absence in Detroit Judge L W Gourley of Beattyville was hero this week to attend a meet ingof the Beattyville Land Improve reIoW Curry anti others attended the meeting of the Alumni Association of Central University at Richmond Tues day Harrodsburg Democrat Mrs W J Collins of Richmond and Dr and Mrs Phelps Collins of West Cliff Colorado who have been guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Cobb have returned home Danville Advocate Miss Laura Lynn of Madison county will spend the summer with Mrs PiggandMrsvisited their cousin Miss Maytoy Plpg WinchesterDemocrat Mrs Harry Baylor Hanger willenter tain the Ccrilliun Club at her elegant suburban home Arlington tomorrow afternoon in of her guests Mrs Winnifred Scripps Ehliof De BelloMillerMr Joe R Williams editor uf the confessedly andbabyMr n A VooIuniB atMidway camelofMr Will Simmons who is en fertzlizingbusinesaatjacksoiiv1lleFin Southern homo to aid his Iticlnnond friends in their efforts to the removal of Central University his alma mater to Danville After a pleasant visit to his parents Mr and Airs Josiah P Simmons near Kirksville he retured to Jacksonville Saturday Saturdays Cincinnati TimesStar MiaLizzettewill be one of the twentyteven Ken pOnsorsIleltllttLoufsiU BIHtootliletiers where she hiss many admirwg Mr Will J Steinert who IB a profee PleptiJtterySchoolSirs G B Crensliaw left MomUy herdaughtersshaw olKH iM City bel otMreJof- thie week MCreJIhltwwm retafn a La tedeMtikLKlait51lVersJlhes iia Mr R B Elder atitf two ton of thisMoodyRev U M Mr ieiancii lor VUUD Mtwtuded use atoanl meetinx of Central Uniei ttr MrlamCubyH Uoa And Frel Jtfta Krtaud b 1 t of =Moeiayiichioasvilio f The Manjed Ladies Euchre ClnE was delightfully entertained last Friday evening bv Mr and Mrs HI Hums at their handsome home OH Laneaeter A venuoDecoratet1whit sewers ferns and potted plants ths large parlors wide halls and spacious dining room presented a picture of exquisite lowell neflsltlrs Winu of Winches ter assisted In receiving while Misses Mary Little Sue Hume Bessie Miller and Dr Eugene Hume assisted the charming hostess in entertaining Instead of the coven tional cards the guests worn each handed in turn an elegantly printed programme illustra ted with pictures of some recent work of fiction representing fortyone different authors These programmes were then Ratlicred and prizes were awaided to those most successful in thislIbraryproved to be the most successful in this novel literary contest naming all the books and receiving as a prize a hand 8Oldhamtwo and was awarded this gentlemens prize a beautiful gilt candlestick As a consolation prize Mr Robert It Bur nnm was presented with a lovely vase The evenings entertainment termina ted withan elegant supper Prof delightfulmeat of the guests who numbered about forty RELIGIOUS The First Baptist Church of Berea will dedicate its new building July 7 The sermon will be preached by Dr Baw of Louisville at 11 oclock He will also preach at 3 p m and at 745 p m On Monday July 8 a council will meet by invitation of the Church to examine the pastor H F Aulich with view to ordination MARRIED BEAXLOOAX Mr John E Bean a prominent business man of Winchester and Mrs Anne C Logan of Danville were married at the latter PlaceAItRCAnpImEtLMr Leslie Cart aged 27 a lariner of the Kingston locali Cmpbellnotqnltesweet were married last Wednesday OvEnsTitEET SrooNAMOKE MrAlvin Overiitreet of Jessamine county was married last week at Stanford to Miss Rebecca J Spoonamore This is the grooms fourth marriage and he is only 40 years old Mr Overstreet has relatives in this city- YNTISCONinlamITNr E 1 Yan tis of Lancaster and Miss Mary Nel son Conkright of Winchester were married last Wednesday in the B ptist Church lit tho city The untie is CormkrighitThey CuiKKEFosTEB W A Clarke Jr the youngest win of the millionaire benater from Montana was married to Miss Mabel Fouler Kt Butte Mont The bride receivedasa present from her fatherinlaw cheek for 100000 and from this groom a SOO 000 diamond necklace The brides wedding gown cost 5OU- OBosv31tNDEL0NOMr A Smith Bowman Secretary of the Southern Mutual Investment Company of Lex ington and Miss Knlheiine Delon were married last Wednesday The fludloyIiowmmiaim here where his company has a large clientage Ho is regarded an one of the best business men in Lexington The bride is a daughter of the wellknown real estate agent and is spoken of as a very pretty nnd attractive woman ySlieritfriends last Thursday night by taking unto himself a wife in the person ol Miss Emma Griustead Tho ceremony uniting their hands and hearts took place at the residence of Rev H G Turner on Filth street that gentleman officiating and was a very quiet affair The bride is a daughter of Mr George Grinstead oi WACO and for come time lisa been assisting Mrs Maum in her millinery store The Cwsf AX extends congratulations manyfriendspleasantly surprised last Wednesday on learning that Mr Bun Banks junior clothingfirmand Miss Patsey Cornelison had been quietly married that morning The countryhomethe latter of whom is un elder sister of performednessed by only the members of the brides immediate family and a few groomlherocongratulations Mr and Mrs Banks tlpeudtheirnative of Adair and prior to coming to Richmond was traveling salesman for Johnson Bros Co Louisville and later was associated LexingtonLastlag a partnership with Mr R C H clothing business He Is a progressive young business man a splendid citizen and ly his courtesy and geniality has won a host of friends Iootfortunethe late Alex Cornelison and lisa been universally admired as one of the most wauiyfaird sposition charm of manner and many accomplishments havp made her a general favorite wherjver she is known The CLIMAX unites with many friends in wishing the happy couple a long life of unalloyed pros perity and pleasure BIRTHS MimzuiFrom a Highland Kansas paper we learn that Prof and Mrs F is Minier are the proud parents of a fine boy who has been christened Fi cderick S Minier Jr The christen ing ceremony was performed bv Rev apsley McKee of Kansas City Prof Minior will be remember ed here as the once popular and em cient band instructor while his wife was Miss Elizabeth Barrett niece of Capt J Speed Smith and pleasantly remembered here where shospent- much of her time before her marriage DEATHS StsPrildied andjllveIrvine street this city after an illness comp1icltlonofoldBNd a wellknown Irish citizen Lexington1hiursday The RoaehiBg eowd sometimes goes the pace thaj spills pdeaspadelaoftentemPlet1 Beware ef UhttBKBfs for Iatarik Hit CM tain Mercery tretheAs mercury will saly destroy the through the meceua anrfaefrs ttoeii articles should msvwb mod sxss4 on reielanIWvclerieOor mftnufacture by F J plteney kOo Toledo 0 cbttUUM mae weary ud ig ukori iuteniftJIy cih dttrwitly lUtl81tmCure be wire you get the eoimse It TotehydeTefltiiAonlalii free ceatiHahIsustip ti s 1 SPRING BEAUTIES WE HAVESOME OF THE PRETTIEST 0 OF THE SEAS SLETIONOF A FEW PRICES A most attractive line of percales 10 and t2cGinghams SI and lOc Lawns 5 10 and 18c Wash silks in solid colors xtra width69cCre- tons Tl 15 and 18c Silkaline d ow 10 12iandloc 6JcAAllover Embroidery f 49c to 100 Colored Underskirts 50 and OOc Black Mercerised Skirts 5 and 10inch Plaited Flounce n DOe to 225 Lead Pencils 1 and 3c each Slate Pencils 10c doz Cor Main First St Removali Mr and Mrs A E Carse have re moved to their former residence on East Main street the damAge which it unstained by fire several months ago having been fuly repaired Mr and Mrs James Dozier have gone to house keeping in the Ayers cottage on Fifth street which Mr Carse vacated Miss Pattie StoplieiiRon has returned to Richmond and rented rooms from Dr and Sirs CJ Bales Mrs Ward the stenoxrapher has moved from the East End tea suite of rooms in the McCreary prop ty next door to the post office EGGS AND BUTTERS We will pay thc highest CASH Price for Eggs and ButterAlso desire to purchase for CASH a supply of Hams Bacon and Shoulders I + Miller Bros SECOND ST PHONE 165 RICHMOND KENTUCKY BAKEKSI M ADJUSTABLE =rATZXTTD This unique table is indeed household necessity It ft neatly and substantially made and besides being a very valuable piece of furniture it Is an ornament to any HANDSOME BOOK containing priceS and fully illustrating and describing this perfect device for comfort mailed free to any address Write for it today J R BAKER SONS CO too Wayne Street KENOXLLVTUE INDIANA lOjunGm I am agent for the Page Wire Fence AndHUaymountLed OB hand at all tin es Aho pare bred Dorocfc Jersey Hop for sale J TCOY KlrksTille Ky Notice of Partnership STATE OF KKNTUOKY COUNTY OK MADISON j We the nndflreigned M C Kellogg and K N Withenbury of 1tlchiinitd Madison county and C Kel loRjf el Cincinnati Oaio stale that nf have title day twilled a limited part nersitiji for the purpese of carrying na- a whtlese grocery bweiaew in Rich RMMi Ky tress the first day ef April IMi M ite firttday at 19M tinder the Arm Ruse and style of KlWifriA Mate thett- huo1OW M 0 kellogic and R s- Wi4MtLry are eancral ad theeidC1LKelIoggisaapeole1petw hues eentrflMH i so the parferaMb Mauls the sess of WitMM ow hands WIv3u vfirftia of Apil 19Wl AT O KMUftM KWlTHKNKf C Hi KXLIXKKK l9jtin lI Io As 7 PAnNTAaILir- Ia Isassts Ages Wj FREE11 OWEN MCKEE tnQ F Street Pair AND Crflivc0 JULY 17 18 19 The list of attractions have been contracted for and will be here Several others are under and by the time of the opening day of our Fair our Midway will present an appearance seldom witnessed in a city of this size Every at traction is to be a No Our free street attractions are the best that money can procure Balloon Wire Walkers Trapeze Performers Jugglers Acrobats Sword Combats Et- cATTRACTIQNS TONGA The Snake Eater ansi his Monster Den of Serpents Etc Electric Theatre Startling Illusions Re produced by Electricity and Famour Parisan Poses PlastiueiJ6 The French I Folly Theatre Parisan Pastimes Faithful ly Reproduced by Charm ing Natives of Sunny France A Galaxy of Beauty Opt Richmond Kentucky u following positively consideration guaranteed f Ascensions Aligators I1c1A Representative Show of Highclass Vaude yule Acts Refined Moral t Instructive Q IIBEN ANNETTA And her Band of Genuine Romany Rye Gyspsies Exponents of the A Esoteric The Streets of Arabia The Sports Pleasures Pastimes and Duvotionan Exercises True to Life by Genuine Moors Arabs Turks Etc from the far Onent headed hy the famous hiadjMika Beware ot the vehicle whose only recoramendatiofii is cheap cheap cheap Our carriages and wagons may cost a little more an kind but they will last years longer aid coat less for repairs while in tine They are worth twice as much as the osiers but we dot Mk itior tiMtn cit the same 1cmd Iiitukj itt V1k3 ta4f wQwQe4I KENTUCKY ONLYn ONE PRICE CLOTH1NG5TORI pI COtN CASfllftlSE In Central Kentucky offers the pt Pltff Madison County j NOT JUST AS MDiW BESri c it CLOTHES HATS I MENS FURNISHINGS FOR THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE Tile Brightest Store in Lexington r tILLERB0S- JC TUIJR8LLXIMOTOP ICY The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Deulist is now located over J B StouflVrs Clothing Store Cfebtf Squat piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf Big picnic at Valley View July 4 Everybody invited and expected Everything at gogo sum mer prices at Willgings in cluding rebate stamps Van Benton sold to John F Wagers 61 hogs averrgo weight 200 pounds at 5 cents Have you eeen our infant slippers and shoes at 50 cent RICE AiixoLDij A flourishing Maccabee lodge was organized av Valley View last Thursday night Ladies tan slippers this week at 75 cts and Sl RICE LAt oLn John Doty sold yesterday two yearling jennets for 125 to Dr Giles Harris for Missouri parties Have Willging to frame your picture in uptodate slyle at lowest prices Wheat harvest is now in progress a number of farmers having started their machines Monday Childrens and Misses tan slippers this week 50c and 75c flies ARNOLD WilIging makes to order and keeps in stock windows in all sizes and colors from lOc up Four male and twentyone female applicants took the county teachers examination here Friday and Saturday Have you seen our line of ladies 150 shoes in heel and spring heel Rica AnsoLU Mr Robert Denny and Miss Sallle Tillett of the Union City locality were married Saturday by Squire D P Armer You can buy from Willging fine embossed burnished gilt paper for the same price you pay for cheap stuff elsewhere 3 cents up Dont forget the celebrated Queen Quality show 3 Oxfords f2 50 RICE ARNOLD Solo Agents Mrs LilllH Logan lean will rei ceive pupils in voice or piano from July to September 1 Terms l for voice and 75c for piano per IcssJn 10jun2t Best cup pumpwarranted at J M Riffes Jmaytf Summer Sale by the ladies of the Episcopal Church Saturday June 29 10jun2w Irresistibly pretty things to be bad at the Summer Sale to he given by the ladles of the Episcopal Church Saturday June 11 10j2w WilIging with his force cf skilledmechanics will make a happy home for you by beautifying with paper and paint and cause no vexatious delays Prices right Nice building lot for sale on Broad way cheap Address Lock Box 181 Stanford Ay or call on Judge H U nice Richmond Ky 12jnne5t The ladies of the Episcopalchurch are preparing for a Summer Sale to take place Saturday June 20 Tbi sale promises to be a novel and inter eating affair and au inspection at least of the numberless pretty things to be offered will cost nothing 19j3v For high grade hose callon J MRiffeat reasonable prices Also all kinds of pumps hydrants bath tubs and millsup plies All kinds of materials and high grade plumbing Jmaytf Rubber stamps of all kinds Your name address and selfiakiog pad post paid 30 cents Agents wanted for The Wonder Ball blow through tube ball ascends in air beautiful effect Particulars free Sample 10 cents J P KINO Co- Departmentt A l2July3tFraukfort lad Rakid iMr L DLandeN n afrer5of tkt LangdonCrp ey store bere has r4signed to accept a poeitlon Iii a largn retail store in Frankfort He will bo succeeded by Mr Seek LaweoftJrlJf Carlisle who arrived yeetcrfky awl waa Checked hiby Xiar Vr W wli jertft THE Lightest 50000 feet of 3ply hose at reduced prices at J M Riff s Jmaytf Engaged lo Teach Mips Mittie Gentry tins been engaged to teach the Kavanaugh Fcbool Miss Jennie Powell will tram the young idea at Buffalo Short Out Sweet The strawberry crop InsJaboutwig gled o utMr Touis jtfchlcgcl bringing in thdjasu The cropwaslidibut sweet while if lasted Lost q Between Court House andj PainULick a C P A mileage bbokand memoran dum book Finder pleaso leave jit Glyudon Hotel and receive reward Beaumont Oil FieldsO Low rats Direct Ifiip Scnutlqiit train iurvjen viftQnpi etresccnt Route W 0 UiNKAitsoNUpA 15niiiy7t Ciniiniiati O Lost Left by sonic one at the Merchants Carnival a small miniature table Owner can have same by Applyingat this o ice and paying for this notice 12junelf Killed by the Cars A white L X section hand named Anderson was killed at Brush Greek Tuesday by falling between two cars while tho train was in motion and being cut to pieces Torrid Weather In tho classic languageof nev Peter Vinegar the past three days havelbeeu ngIbreeze to temper the nlmost unbeara ble heat Must be Settled Freeman Bros take this method to notify all those indebted to them that their accounts are made out and must be swilled July 1 Save further ex penso by heeding this waining june 2Gtf WilIgings paint mixed ready for use gives best satis faction Made and sold by a practical painter Hash specific paint for a specific purpose Prices right Chautauqua Begun Yesterday The Lexington Chautauqua begun yesterday and will continue ton days The program is remarkably varied and attractive this year and Madison coun ty will as usual be well represented there Fell Down Stairs Miss Kittie Hisle daughter fv Mr John Hisle while visiting at the home her 1rOll et inhif James Gentry near Waco ace id eti tally fell down stairs I kinghr log and sustaining several severe bruises Barn Struckby Lightning During the terrible thunder storm Thursday night Brutus Whites barn on the Barnes Mill pike was struck by lightning and1Lu riled together with his fanning implements fifty barrels of corn and a valuable hog The loss is about 500 J Boggs Hurt MrJ H Uoggs met with a painful accident ast Wednesday at the Hemp hill curlier Mr lohri Lynch was work ing on tho telephoiiu wires and let fall a heavy pair of plyers striking Mr Hoggs in the face making n painful wound Nluholnsvillu News Goes to Stanford Roy B f Pinkerton well known here where he was at one time connected with Madison Institute hits accepted tlie presidency of Stanford fo male College For the past Jive years ho hits been at the head of Christian College at Iloustonville Ky Ice Cream Supper The ladies of time M 33 church will give alt ice cream supper in the court house yard Friday night Several hundred cliaira have beellllrovidedandti those attending may enjoy thuhand concert while partaking of the delicious refreshments Cake and cream 15c Gesd Reads Delegates t Messrs James B McOreary Jrohn T McOlintock J Stone Walker Wailer BeHBett mid James T Boggs lav been appointed by Mayor Claude Smi thdele gate from this city te thj State Good Roads ConveBtioa rwhicl opens at Louisville tomorrow Mr Clarence E Woods is also a telegate being appointed from the county by Gov Jieckliawg Notice fOn account of our Mr ThHraTanti bad health wo will offer our entire stack of groceries at cost We will sell atiy awount to any je eat wholesalo Cit Hoe the pwf l f rill 3se lilt th lr ptronage wliife tce eoL4s are gi4ni Jail said etKejctftlly 1KukxAx ItOOtlttYOo tWt will cl oeaf rftstejBleck to ssyee wwrttog to JI9 iudes 01Mfur iSsitloJf t Beauties oi l 0nAILr II j 5 We htrc the best Hovers hato be Our Floral Decorations are beauties We poaeai and practice the neceasa firy KNOW HOW in rangiiiWord arlitentlon our personal BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PEBSYrtAgtr Be FIowe5 gryer r Dr HobsonlDentiit fliditmirni- Ky t nprllU Strayed From time owner nnar Valley View a dnppled yellow colored mule 8 year oM3 hands high Any one giving infirmation that will lend to his re- cOvery will be suitably rewarded ALKX DOUGLAS Independent Telephone Companies to Meet A meeting of the independent telephone companies cf Kentucky will be held at Lexington tomorrow and next day Seven yearn ago there was not an independent telephone company in the State but now they number over 100 Berea Vine Beaten Agamoof base ball here Saturday between a Berea team and a Richmond nine resulted in a score of 00 to 7 in favor of our boys As Beret tied our bcys8ometime ago it will take another gair eto decide the championship Pardoned Out of the Pen Joe nnd Larkin Fan living near Valley View who were sent to the pen itentiary last January oniachargo of stealing an organ from a school house have been pardQiied by Governor Beckham All othm twelve jurymen who returned tho verdict of imprisor ment signed the petition for pardon Fraternal Societies Must MakeReport Insurance Commissioner Ghenault in his report recommended the pas sage by the Legislature an act re quiring fraternal societies that do a life insurance business to report to the Commissioner Insurance and receive licenses as other companies are re quired to do beforebeginuirig business Faithful Family Servant Gone Aunt Jane Turner aged 75 for years a valued servant of the Green family byjwbom slier was highly es teemed lied Saturday of dropsy at the home of her fo laffiurfellFran- cis in Chicago ihe nursed tho edi tors wife in Her itifanry ajid was a faithful and highly respected old darkey Elks Reception Tonight Tno Elks reception hero t night promises to be the most elaborate en tertainment the kind ever under taken in Richmond More than 500 elegant invitations have been issued and the beauty and chivalry of Rich mond and Madison county not say anything of the visitors from other towns will be out in force Suit Compromised Dan Phelps colored who went to Indianapolis lad last week to confer with the Cerealene Mill owners by whom his son William was employed when scalded to death mention of which was made in our last issue returned home Sunday having succeeded in effecting a compromise by the terms of which he receives 1100 on condition he withdraws the damage suit against them Will Close at 7 P M Our customers and friends will kindly take notice that during the warm season our store wilt close every lay excepting Saturdays at 7 p m prompt ly On Saturdays we will not accep orders for delivery after 8 p in We have adopted this rule in justice to our employes and trust that you will kindly cooperate with us by making your purchases accordingly Most respectfully THE LANODONCHEASEY Co june262w Made a Manly Race Clever and capable Clarence E Woods went down in defeat for the Democratic nomination for Mayor of Jtichmond yesterday D R Tevis win nlngJ B Stoufier and Calvin Man pin also ran Mr Woods stood for an economical government of his town and was fought bitterly by the Water am Gas Co which seems to have aluridui the little city Mr Woods made S manly race and Ii to be congratulates on tho good vote he got against such powerful odds Stanford Journal Born Entertainers The Stanford Journal says of the opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs Notwithstanding the rain felt in tor rents from 530 to 10 oclock Friday evening a good crowd attended the opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs and pnj6yed the occasioiito the fullest extend Malinger J B Willis and ex cellent wife took splendid care of their guests and made friends of all with iwlijpintho canie in contact They are boTneutertairiers and their very pres onco makes one feel good to be with them f Won the Gold Medal At the commencement pxercises of Surest Academy nt Kirkavihle last week Master William Ki Doty the 1 yearpld soiL of Mr and Mrs John loty of near Kavahaugh won the M1Jd60a gold 1ledal offered for the Lest declamaiioii defeating afield of sixcompelitor Hissnbject was The March ot Mind and time splenclid manneriu which It was dollvered elici tedadmiralion from all who heard him Master William is one of the brightest boys in Madison county and is certain to iakehi mark in theworld iZBask ivB ea Berea Is to have a baukau institu tiSn that has been badly needed there for years Articles incorporating time iere iankisK Co capital etock15 000 were filed in the county clerkj t 6tace here Saturday byMr ATFjah who is l M8ictelltOttlH new concern- S E Welch is VicePrewdpnt and J is Porter Cashier The Directors afi ATFWivSiKW John L Gay bK hIo4i ae W Ti KIt4d Tern poacJeI 1VMLh vel1sel for rn ieen1bet later a saitaW batik Ixiliiisy will his creet d TU ot tiwk will osin its tloon rot bMei Q1 4thaPfi acid it ha safe to pe 14i4 thai I will k rusbiog bhne r1 MArt 1 e 1IL WE WANT MENW- ho are interested in good Clothes to know where to best buy the est Conia and see ur lavish showing of new suits sttii1it from the best Clotlies makers in America These suits have all the style and quality of the best custom work and we keep sizes to fit every form and patterns to please every fancy And qur price is always the t r + i I t + 1 t +iiFor reliable merchandise No marking up in order to mark down but one LOW PRICE to all in the beginning S UNDERWEAR Great assortment of French Lisle Nain sook Gauze Mercerized Silk etc in pure white and all the delicate shades of color soft and light for summer at 25 cents a garment to 450 a suit SHOES Are the best Youll know this better when youve tried them Covington Bunks SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR J J of of of Dr Hobsons Speech So much has been said concerning Dr V H Hobsons speech before the Alumni Association here last Tuesday night that the CLIMAX has obtained a stenographic report of it It was the hit of the session antI in part is as fol lows Gentlemen of the Alumni Association It has been said by gentlemen on this floor that I would not come to this platform and speak for fear of personal violence at the hands of some of the Presbyterian ministry lam not afraid I am here and I propose to speak I hope that what 1 say will not he an offense to anyone but at the same time I expect to speak frankly my views on this proposition and if gen tlemetfare hurt I cannot help it About four years ago I located in Richmond for the practice ol my pro ession One of time maui inducements torfthjBjbnation was the University I felt that I could educate my children athomo where they could be with me I feared that I would never be able to send them off to school I thought that the University was a permanent thing One evening our whole people were surprised to leant through the publrc prints that the plan to consoli date the University with Centre College had been concocted formulated and as wo are told consuraated which meant tho removal of the University without thecounsel knowledge or con Iseut of those most interested Time only excuse given for this das tardly act is that they could not getI sufficient funds to run the institution This I do not believe to be true I am informed that Chancellor Blnn ton says he has turned over to Danville 240 000 In proper hands a better school could be run an indefiinite time in the future than lisa been seen here In the past I know that matters have been run very loose hero for several years Teachers have been away and those that have not been away have been asleep HipiIs have been allowed to spend theirtime in the billiard room instead of the class room For the purpose of easing the consciences of those engaged in this outrageous work they call this uuholly alliance a removal I do not consider your con duct justifiable either in law or morals and grat injury is sure to result I was only given a few moments but I must refer to one thing in point before I sit down plr C O Groves had interrupted Dr Hobson several times and at this point disturbed him again Hobson looked down on him with a sarcastic expression and said I know of noth ing more contemptible than this whole dirty work except the man who continues to interrupt me Gentlemen of the Association 1 llocatIawas time Iwme of Frank Jacuoa After he had been pardoned of his many crimes he remained most of his time there arid I became quite well ac fuainteilWlth him One ky I said to him Frank I f el tIitour intimacy is sufficient jus tification for me to ask you about a transaction that has always beeR a mystery to me1 All right Fvd Jfuiieo go ahead MVell 1 always wanted to know how you got away withall that money you stok frtii that Kamwg city bank Mont say stoledoltty stole till niwmm- ywas vMINldthtl ex Jutliiw W17 Uftwilemiwi it way be some b1VIo to one thti i bqiyI Notice On account of our Mr Thnrmans bad health we will offer our entire stock of groceries at cost We will Jeell any amount to any one at wholesale cost Hope the people will give us their goingCallRespectfully TUUKMAN GHOOEUY Co Or wewill close out whole stock to any one wanting to go in business The house we occupy will also be for rent jiine20tf Judge Kinnaird Holds Court LastSaturday was reguarcourtday in Berea and notwithstanding claims JudgeHpofcdofa number of cases Instead of the Town Marshall who sides with Claimant Welsh Deputy Sheriff Mitch Preston executed papers and kept order in Judge Kinniards court Two Po sufficiencyforJudge Kinniard has the commission and the records he need not give him self any concern about Mr Welshs claims to the office so long as the latter is content with simply iterating his claim Gutted by Fire Murrays confectionery and res byUris supposed to have been started bY1 rat gnawing a match The lire was dis coverd by Messrs Joe Boggs W B Fe land anti R Lee Davis and time department reached tho scene just in time to prevent a destructive conflngra tion Mr Murrays family who roomed over tho restaurant hall a close call from death by suffocation escaping by a back stairway Mr Murray carried no insurance on his slock and his loss peculiarwas owned by Col J W Caperton and was fully covered by insurance Lowry Gets a Ncw Trial A Frankfort dispatcn to Sundays CourierJournal says Judge Guffy handed down an opinion of the court reversing the judgment of the Madison circuit court sentencing Doe Lowery to the penitentiary for twenty years upon a conviction of crim- Inal assault on Mrs Unman Million and awarding him a new trial Time wholo court considered the case and Judges Uurnaiu and llobson dissent irom time opinion Lowery was indicted at time April term 1900 and there were several trials ol time case in the court below The first trial resulted in a hung jury The grounds relied on for a reversal of the judgment of tIme court below were errors in the instructiopof the court time admission of incQHipelcnt evidence that the verdict was against the evidence and that the defendant was hot given a fair trial lflrnllof these errors tIme reversal is granted the court saying tile charge against Ihcappelant lathe most heinous of crimes and calculated to engender universal horror and con detonation and lor that reasoa it be sarn ctbe utmost fai pomace to de fesdaht to have a lull fair aad legal op portMslty to meet anii present lila de eliargeLowrvtrijuj again at the tjepletuber terra of eoit The problem of how to lly o- nweekt 19 thitmlt the pnba- efbWEbb woz 1 DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THE I 8USY ULL CASH STUDt Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered pricesever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a great 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 you are familiar with our prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold st el of ourjkeenedged 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 9 to SI1 Suits that were 10 to 1250 are now 650 to 8 Suits that were 750 to 9 are now 348 to 498 and our lowerpriced suits are almost thrown in to make up your bundle Our Boys and Childrens suits and pants have been cut so deep that you cant possibly recognize them Wheu we say half price we dont exaggerate Call and see for yourselves dont take our word for it Bring your boys along for you will wish you had The suits cant stay with us long at these prices We 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 and summer 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 Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt N W D OLD AM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Destructive Storm A terrific wihd and rain storm accompanied by incessant thunder and lightning passed over this section last Thursday night between 11 and 12 oclock blowing down trees and fenc ing damaging barns prostrating telephone wires anti doing great injury to growing crops It is estimated that the wheat crop which was just ready to be harvested was damaged to the extent of thousands of dollars Besides the burning of Brutus Whites barn mentioned elsewhere in these columns Jno B Million residing near Million lost five nice hogs which took refuge in the hollow of a sycamore tree that was struck by lightning When found the next morning the tree WitS shattered and alt five ol the hogs dead A Trying PositionINo member of tion had n more trying or responsible position than Governor McCreary dur ing the late c ceticg of that body He had been elected President of the Alumni Association two years ago but djd not know It until a few weeks ago and he was very much opposed to the consoli dation of Central University anti Cen tre College Not long ago at the meet ing in the court house In this city he made an earnest speech against the union of the two colleges He was also one of the most active advocates in favor of the location of Central Uni versity at Hicbmond in the memorable struggle of 1873 and had given a thousand dollars to the endowment tumid and fifteen hundred dollars to the Richmond location fund Ho regretted that he had been elec ted President of the Association but his friends insisted that he should serve as lresldent of that body and he acted in that capacity at both of time late meetinus He voted all time time against all propositions thatencouraged lor provided for consolidation and votodiu both the meetings of time As sociation to permit those who sub scribed to the location fund to vote as members of the Alumni Association anti he voted in favor of recognizing tIme injunction of tIme Madison Circuit Clcik when the question of privilege was raised and finally ho voted against the proposition to consolidate Central University and Centre ColUga ua proposed by Col Jlalritlaiiit voted for the Miller substitute As President of the Association he said he would decide all parlimentnry questions according to parlimentary law as laid down in tho bunks but iLl votiag lie would vote his sentiments No appeal was taken by elthfir side from ilia decisions Time consolidation fate had the majority and they out vetod the other ride Sillkfllrutb IRlptOyntl 1es mighty wMTce Len ot people wfeo tftk sfeoat f ettivg thttit rslIN kwill4 c II Brutus Winkler Stabbed Daniel Edwards stabbed Brutus Win- kler here Friday night inflicting a dozen ugly wounds several of wbich are quite serious In the melee Ed wards was struck on the head with a beer bottle thrown by Winkler and knocked senseless Time trouble occurred in Anso Harris saloon on First street where both men hind been drink ing Winkler was taken to Dr II K Gibsons office where his injuries were dressed Edwards is a brother of John Edwards time wellknown expressman and at one time was a member of the police force He is the man who with his brotherGus Edwards then Chief of Police of this city killed Walter Saun ders and Tuck Ballard and wounded several ot the Saundnrs gang in a tIcs perato street fight here twentyfour years ago Edwards was arrested Monday by Deputy Sheri tr Coler nnd heM under 100 bond to answer at his examining trial July 6 The Time To Come Is when your teeth first commence to decay If you come to me once and if honest treatment andgood work is what you want you will con tinue to come The best set of teeth 750 and if any defect shows in five years you get a new set FREE The only Dentist in Rich mond who owns his office All work done at living prices 7r- bK HOBSON Dentist- TV- Permanentlyibeated ju the Hobson a BiMmgfrixt door Jo Govern mint Building Kicimad Ky Reference Richmond National lank EGGS Thnrman always pays the JiWiopl caBh market price for pggs tmimlm and feathent Call nd see lilia next door to corner ot Main and Flint streets 20teb tf For Sets I ocr for sale privately my rMeand two acres oHaml fi Wt MtiWA street There aretillCittro wi hath room awl IahIiinlaU ssep mat building iiieltuliinc hfi04m Ir farther pwni ii4rs mti nft nr Ml lrDrOVf Evaa ur thiO etJt1t JtS dtj4f 1IIc i1 Dr Whites Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OKIIA C llAirr State Agent 27feblyr Time McLaimriu automobile seems to have run out of gasoline Eczema and Skin Eruptions Remicks Eczema Cure and Re micks Pepsin Blood Tonic will cure the most obstinate case At B L Middolton 6junelyr Its the rough edges of tho world that spills Nature makes all tImings beautiful lifllSIseaSOIlSMany women dread that period when they must experience change of lifeI They fHar that face ar d forum mav suffer by timi change and that thfy may full to pleacn thobe whom they love The value of Dr Piemss Favorite Prescrip Jion in this crisis of womans life lieu in time fact that it assists Nature Its use preserves time balance and buoyancy of time mind and sustains powers Many women have expressed thtir gratitude for the help and comfort given byh Favorite Prescription in this trying period Its benefits are not passing but permanent and conduce to mental happiness as well as physical strength Some people who buy spring lamb have the wool pulled over their eyes Cnrfs Rlirnmatiara or Catarrh Through the mood Cost Nothing to Try Would yon like to p t rid of that chronic rheumatism offensive catarrh forever Then take a bottle of Botanic Blood Balm which has cured thous ands of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treat ment Botanic Blood Fairs B U B cures through the blood by destroying time poisons which caunps the awful anhps in 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Bromo Qiinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Yon cant paint the town redunless you have the long grenn TO CT7SE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It aigmmatufeis llloobsI hear you have moved Did anything get broken Slobbs Only me Lift The poets exclamation 0 Lifer feel thee bounding in my veins is a joyous one Persons that can rarely or never make it in honesty to themselves are among the most unfortunate They not lire but trw for to lire Im plies more than to be To live is to bo equaltimeretire not overcome br tlmemnto feel life bounding in the veins A medi clime that has made tliousaus of people men and women well and strong has atcompll hetl a great work bestowing the richest hle sIiiRn and that medi clime is Hoods Sarsapurilla The weak rundown or debilitated from aivcause should not fail to take it ft build tip the entire system changes existence into life and makes life mote abounding We are glad to FIV thiowords in its favor to the reamers of our columns ILjunlui Lots of men are cranks and you cannot turn them down cMPV gennldoLaxativetha remedy that cure a eeW te one day Some men areso accomplished that they can speak six laugtiHges and yet not be able to tell the truth in one iXKlZINGNJIIW TheyiCttr dandruff hair falliiitj ntqtt adieete costs the same as an ordinary LOlfIb Dr Whiles Electric loluh Th4enly patented Comb in the world r fe fvery where it has been intrO tc d are wild with delight Yon aimply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest Thus wonder ful comb is slmplv unbreakable andfs made that it is absolutely impOfMe to break or cut the hair SuM on a wrtt ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac tlon in etenj respect Setmit stamps for one Ladies size 60c Genta vize 35r Live men and woffien wanted every whero to introduce this article on ijht Agents are wild with Micwra See wantod unties U this paper Ad Sfl D N RUSE Germ Mgr Drcattir lllinoillo LTfeblyr what 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these were sold Prices ranged from 31 to 4c A owe gave birth to four lambs last week at the Faulconer farm near town This Is a record breaker for this see tion Danville Advocate Walter Coleman shipped Saturday 160 Jambs for which they paid 5jc Theconsipnment was for Cincinnati Burgin Record Sales of several lots of Jambs at 4 to 4KC a bunch of hogs from 4 J to4c and a harness gelding for 210 are re ported in the Stanford Journal Col Jl Chinn of Mercer has 200 acres of wheat that will make 30 bushels tothe acre The Colonel aleo hns fifty acres of hemp that is said by judges to be the finest grown in Central Ken tucky in years Hnrrodsburpr Sayings The government Juno crop report suggests a wheat yield of 617000000 bushels and an oats yield of 697000000 bushels The wheat figures while very large are much lees titan private crop statisticians have been assuming The oatspercentages suggest 100000 000 bushels less than last yearrMrJ S Wilson has purchased from C Alexander Jr of Paris his crop of bluegrass seed amounting to in the neighborhood of 20000 bushels and there is considerable trading Some 60000 bushels of seed selling to locaal dealers for from 50 to 55 cents per bushel Harrodsburg Sayings Walter Terhune bought 20 sucklIng mule colts at from m to S70 A J Coleman has bought several highclass road horses in this and other counties for Philadelphia parties at from 300 to 5500 W C Carpenter has placed with Mr Lilly Vandivier 73 hogs at 5 15 to be fed till August at the same rate for what he puts on tlieinIlaro robsburg DemocratsIn New York Monday Clay Wood ford of Paris Ky sold 20 head of fine thoroughbread yearlings from Runny mede and Rnceland Stock Farms for a total of 53000 Col E F Clays nine head brought 20000 and Mr Catesby Woodfonls eleven head brought S32 000 Woodfords yearling colt brother to Blues and Blue Girl brought 10 000In n speech at a St Paul banquet George H Phillips the Chicago corn operator advocated the establishment at Chicago of immense Government granaries and a farmers bank with 50000000 capital as the means of the United States in a business para dise establishing for them a trust which can fight on equal terms with any other trust in the country andr making 40 cents the bottom corn forever The Winchester Sentinel fays Mr W E Singleton of this county has secured a patent on a grass seed strip per that promises superior results Tho improvements on the old machine consists of a sacking attachment and can be changed from a one to a two horse machine in a moments time Mr Singleton comes from our old home county of Woo fortl and deserves all the success that we believe this new invention will give him The PanAmerican Congress seems to be UI against the proposition whether it shall arbitrate future dis putes or not aibitrate at all Arbitra tion of all disputes past present and future is not a practical issue at nil in view ot the attitude of some of the countries to be represented Scientists are telling us horrible tales about the potato these days One says that sprouting potatoes are full ofa deadly poison known as solanin and another declares that through long re production by eves the potato has lost the power of producing seed and must soon become extinct The administration has given Cuba a tip that unless the platt amendment is adopted it will inform Congress that freedom has been offered and rejected In that case it is hinted that Congress may Oe forced to annex outright This keeping the Teller Amendment with a vengeance Of coursethe2AdminIstration is not responsible for the army frauds in San Francisco Scoundrels will creep in everywhere but the thing proves the Democratic contention that a big army with its feeing of civilians be ddwill always tend to corruption President McKinley sat down upon Representative Groavenors prediction If Grosvenor keeps on making mis takes like this his prognostications w to the vote in loot will not be taken so seriously as they have been In the past Why isnt Captain Chadwicks head put on those West India medals From Sampsons report he was the only cap tain who did anything at the Battle of Santiago As will be remembered he came up after the fight was over Mr Whitney its so well satisfied with his rented horse that he wants to buy it outright GOOd neiJllh goodIthappinessof social duties There can be no good neaull for any woman who suffers from woman ly diseases Her complexion fails Her flesh loses its firmness Her eyes are dull She has no home happiness no social Favorite tion cures thedis eases which de stroy the health It establishes reg ularity dries dis agreeable drains heals inflamma lion and ulceration and cures female toIsleepJego withfemale trouble and I wrote to you or idvice XcDonawco andnowneverexpectedyourswdidncaPrescrlptlonad vialofliaietwho per witft lOCh traMs weuld give Dr anY4olngauyth4ag id XallyliioaDIM to yMf your kind DrRfMwe Jfedwal Adviser in pit- oar oIi tot 2 ormlll = r t WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the 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participation in the battle f Santiago Wonder whether Samp on will get one of the latter or not The Youths Companion in J90J The ends of the earth have been laid under tribute for the 1001 volume of The Youths Companion Statesmen Diplomats Travellers Trappers Indian Fighters CowPunchers and Self Made Men and Women of many vocations are contributing every week lo the entertainment of young and old in Companion homes Among them are Theo dore Roosevelt who has written an ar ticlo upon The Essence of Heroism The Secretary of the Treasury has endeavored to answer the question What is Hloney Frank T Bullen the old sailor who spins fascinating yarns of life at sea has contributed n story W D Howolls has described tho relations between Youngrcontribu tors and Editors Paul Leicester Ford has wrijten about The Man of the Dictionary Noah Webster There is not space here to begin to tell of the good things already provided for readers of the new volume of The Youths Companioninteresting instructive inspiringfrom the pens of famous men and women Illustrated Announcement of the current volume and sample copies of the paper sent free to any address TilE YOUTHS COMPANION Boston Mass We thought that Roosevelt had more originality To go to Colorado again in order to escape from the ob scurity of his position shows a lamenta ble dearth of imagination A few months ago food which I ate for breakfast would not remain on mv stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure neil can now eat my breakfast and other meals with a relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure him stomach troubleshl S Pitts Ar IIn ton Texas Kodol Dyspepsia CurA digests what you eatPerry Thomas The Committee appointed to investi gate has found that the British War Department is utterly incompetent Hence it has been decided to do noth ing about it at present This so re minds us of our own wriy insuchmat ters Mr Jas Brown of Putsinouth Va over 90 years of age suffered for years with a bad sore on his face Physi cians could not help him DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him per manently PEnny THOMAS Now that President McKinley asset thin hope of official reward behind him will he not do his duty and dis cipline some of the violotors ot the civil service law Collector Sapp of Louisyflle for instance has been Openly defying the law long enouh Danger disease and death follow neglect of the bowels Use DoWitts Little Early Risers to regulate them and you will add years to your life and life to your yens Easy to take never gripe PERRY THOMAS There iono denying the fact that the Supreme Court is losing its high repu tation The shift in the income tax case was a hard blow but it is nothing compared to tho colonial case which was practically decided by one justice In opposition to the otler nine The fact might be submitted to the women suffragists that the churches are twothirds women and that ninetenths of the churches areopposed to womans suflrage That is the women them selves are opposed to it Senator Depew wants the papers to let him alone for a week He hud better not risk this or Ills fate may bo the same as that of the late T Jl Heed of Maine Quondam Speaker of the liousse According to Mayor Harrison Chicago Is the third German the second Polish second Bohemian second Suiinrliuavtan and second Irish city in the world Its about the tweuiietb American At last Chicago has discovered a way to set rid of Dowie This papers will roIbaLlyMl1 they do The old time white canvas tents of of Uncle Saws Boldiess are to give way to Kbauki colored onee In other words the namQ of the tented field Is- to become mud Cuba h a Bsceambed to this inevita ble It wilLie rmembwed that It did the Jan bjto Rood to proVe the Wolf that it Ua not HiHiklted the water Is tke politician who hopes to be elected witheistweilciiw fur it an dea- lOUtihds QlM llt Twrjr e wfcwio ferf eadecl ad kLf i r It thIs vtbv r v Vt T 14 tr 1 p T UC farnou P S R6aeLC p ffrj ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY fThelow price fI g itwhich Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and snakes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm In the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same jrice You also get with each package a definite partIn some useful article i Full inf 12t JS aQi Hom 1anc r Insure your dwelllncs barn sad other prop erty in the BLUB CRASS INSURANCe COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home Institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf after the first year ffjFor further call on L P ADAMS Agent and Collector office in conrt house with the County Judge RIchmond Ky may21ly Lotisio miintic Eailroai Schedule in effect May 1801J DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For VcraaillesLawrenceburjr Shellbyville Louisville SaJSand Cincinnati For Irvine l156am For Millers Creek 330 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and ll5fia m Cincinnati 830pm From Irvine 255 pm From Millers Creek 830 am- C M DROWNING Gen Mgr VILEY THEGTAILOR t Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of e IMr RTBD rABRI From New York and dpsiros to make you an uptodata SPRING SUIT Mr Yiley cuts personally all the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York to TRY HIM rf j6 W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY 13feblv AA- a rAIilt1 I Offers the following1 attrac tions MEETING ANNUAL Imperial Council OFTHE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas City Mo June H anti 12 1901 One Fare for the RoundTrip PLUS 2 EJ1or h tl EU Mntt zjSAN FRANCISCOCAL July 18 to 21 crilTcY REDU Eb FTE5 SPECIAL EXCBRSIOXS I0 COLORiDO AirrBTlI JtJulY A tWt I Sept Qn Fare the Round Trip x PLUS f WunoNllkHa e st If taMAT7HItWS 1th itil HP w7ltlJtI taJ rn LEXINGTON3CHADTAUQUA LOV RATES VIA 1lliI 1 m D From all Points J ncti U7 d Wi1li m owa Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars W C RINEARSON O P A FCCOnSEMake S American Beauties We have then in all styles and shapes to fit every figure ndevery corset is sold under this most liberal warrant Money refunded after four I weeks trial if corset is not l satisfactoryLook this Trade Mark on inside ofcorset and on box KALAMAZOO CORSET CO SofeMaken Kalamajeo Mae FOR SALE BV W C GRIGGS i5may3m DoylesviHe Ky HALF RATESP- lus 10- 0DAILrY TO BUFFALOAND Big Four Route Affording an opportunity to visit the Bainbow Ciwt PanAmericanExposition Niagara Falls Round trip tickets to Buffalo andre IncludlnJtSnuduvOne Fare plus SI for tho round trip salePopularcinnati every ruesdaymurningla June on fast at ratfl of one cent a mile return limit two days from date atBulfaleSTOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo Niagara Falls and ChautauquaOn New York Boston tL tLkTW fetsUnion depot connectiorw IB Cincinnati avoiding omnibus transfers 4 4TramsHours Quickest Clioka of Lake Kick INtMII Ckruksd ad Buffalo ON C kEasees LCall OH otwriteAgenw RIg Fferl ofIxpoLuon tM rJIo W4iRJ LYNCN = MppL ireeTt At A I1 OIItOIdt1to 1 C4Ak Tplv Peas A1- 4u2pj Tsi i KOdolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing tLe exhausted digestive or j digestantcan aproach it in efficiency It in permancntlycuresDyspcpllla Flatulence SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsandall Prepared by ZCDt Witt A Co CrjtMflO ThomILow Rate Excursions to Colorado and Utah EVERY DAY Via Burlington Kanlr commencing June sunimerTheseRockyMountainis one ONE FARE PLUS S2 for the round trip but on certain dates for in inclusivetThe Burlington Route Is the best line the main travel line to Colorado This is a rare chance to get an out thelightfulscheme ot excursion rates is so exten siva and varied that inquiries or details should be made of the nearest undersignedDoprinted matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for the LeaguersLess specialthroughcisco leaving dally July 6tli to lath htILake City CaliforniaEvery Wednesday per inExcursIOnsers same route as above Send for descriptive folder W WAKELYDA MoHOWARDGen Manager St Louis Mo 6marlyWall Paper Paints 111 Right Goods Right Prices are the essential factors to be considered in the buying of dsofwhateve nature We guarantee the former and our tatiOOcwiII estab lish the latter on everything ta the line of Wall Paper Picture Frames Window Shades Paints Oils Varnishes and Glass Largest stock in cen tral Kentuckyi Ge tgrM iIIfPaattf PUrpollJll ta TMH1 fDP Any one need ing a Sewing Machine will find the StandardAnd Norwood tiptodatechines on the market Call in and ex amine these goods j ri A D TmEIiGFINWATCHB8 A tL J All Work GiarMfeed Main KY The Job Printing and careful- inspection you will find lour Ice Boxes AND- The Best and Prices the9 THE it l D B1HAKEF RD i MAIN STREET RICHMOND Ky FREES hRCPAIRIYO Eki AVE I 5I444 + 44444 I Dont forget to ask for the Consumers and Mer- chantsBENEFITSCRIP TAKE anyMerchant 5 Cent ScripWhich they will accept for Five Cents on every CASH OF ONE DOLLAR And tako Special Notice that the Merchants who belong to this Association tlitirpricesClimax harnessPerryGroceriesDonglaa JewelryDr8may2m line D II Myers 1 R Blanton Owen McKee W SOldham Covington Banks John Allman Richmond Carriage Works A THE NEW The advantages porsessed The New Departure over all other Cultivators are very numerous anul valuable will not prtmlt lIamint all oftltem Briefly we ran maintain for The New Depar tutu That it is the most simple in conS struction and easiest operated 2 The front or carriage is composed entirely of iron and steel 4 It Is more durable and will outlast any other Cultivator 5 It cost the farmer less for repairs 7 It has no down draft or side pressure 8 It causes no sore necks or galled shoulders 10 The pitch of the shanks having safetypin braces can be adjusted toa I nicety J 11 It runs steadier over crowfurrows and uneven ground 12 On side hill ground Ihe wheelsyare 14 Itliftg the celebrated Pattee Shovel whfek Rive the most perfect satIefactiT Ii It leaves tho teams with sound neck tIe most advanced 6se of celtivatlou with the brace come in contact with the row ot Blasts tad JSD te aT IStreet- RICHMOND Bclose o- iRefrigarators Water Coolers Lowest STANDARD MPANY FREE CUSTOMERS NOTICE Per PURCHASE LumberI l iiiiTONE DOLLAR YEAR TONGUILfSS CULTIVATOR CLAIMS occupieslittle draftfrom evenereaihhorse teambylencesatthe conditioiifor 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Company is loss Hum 7 years old and has a greater premium income In the business in forcu thau any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid in Living Benefits 38OOOO Amount Placed in Reverse and Surplus 20OOUO Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life thhi Company offers special advantages 7S SMITH BOW VCJ N SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky PLOWS The peapon has arrived when the of PLOWS and other Farming thosn in need of such may catering to the wants of this our line o- fVulcan Plows BROSPLOWS Disc Harrows Barlow Planters Corn Tin Roofing antI Guttorinsr a Tinner TAYLOR Call and examine our Htock C E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and Treas- L M WARE General Manager Tne Jefferson Gu un y ure y O Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market C C The BEST because it will make you the Most Money 1It is BEST because there is no high ratio 3I r1for J business on our t Books It requires LESS money to complete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company virtuallyOroundA trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The Jefferson HOME OPPICE No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED 18S6 OEO W MORRIS Pre W W HITE Vice Prea MUAL LlrB INAWL go- OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Merrlirether Secy Jos rctta Tress JILl B Steadman Medical Director henry A Hodge Bupt AgencleJCentucky Admitted Auetii Dec 31 1900 J30I37H 23 bimPuUS Dee 31 1900 191669 n Increase in Surplus 15097432 Income for 1900 77987 H Expenditures fur 1900 N491 iii Excess Income over expenditures 171514 M Ii Inssrance Ii force fteceskr 31 WW I61otS J1 J H KENNEDY SCialAt 6m1RICHMOND KY LAND STOCK AND CROP J H Bonta sold 70 head of 175lb hogs to J C Johnstone at 5c and a bunch of lambs at fijc Danville Ad socatcSOnly about 150 cattle were on tho market at Danvillo Monday and very few of these were sold Prices ranged from 3t to 4c A ewe gave birth to four lambs last week at the Faulconer farm near town This is a record breaker tar this see tionDanville Advocate Walter Coleman shipped Saturday 150 Jambs for which they paid 5Jc Tlievconsipnment was for Cincinnati Bnrgin Record Sales of several lots of Iambs at 4 to Qc a bunch of hogs from ft to 434c a harness gelding for S210 are re ported in the Stanford Journal Cot J P Chinn of Mercer has 200 acres of wheat that will make 30 bushels tothe acre The Colonel aleo has fifty acres of hemp that is said by judges to be the finest grown in Central Ken tucky in years Harrodsburg Sayings The government June crop report suggests a wheat yield of 617000000 bushels and an oats yield of 697000000 bushels The wheat figures while very large are much less than private crop statisticians have been assuming The oatsperccntages suggest 100000 000 bushels less than last year Mr JS Wilson has purchased from C Alexander Jr of Paris his crop of bluegrass seed amounting to in the neighborhood of 20000 bushels and there is considerable trading Some 60000 bushels of seed selling to locaal dealers for from 50 to 55 cents per bushelHarrodsburg Sayings Walter Terhune bought 20 suckling mule colts at from S20 to SiO A J Coleman has bought several highclass road horses in this and other counties for Philadelphia parties at from 300 to 500 W C Carpenter has placed with Mr Billy Vandivier 73 hogs at 5 15 to be fed till August atihe same rate for what he puts on them llar robsburg Democrat- In New York Monday Clay Wood ford of Paris Ky sold 20 head of fine thoroughbread yearlings from Runny mede and Raceland Stock Farms for n total of 53000 Col E F Clays nine head brought 20000 antI Mr Catesby Woodfords eleven head brought 32 000 Woodfords yearling colt brother to Blues and Blue Girl brought UO 000In a speech at a St Paul banquet George H Phillips the Chicago corn operator advocated the establishment at Chicago of immense Government granaries and a farmers bank with 50000000 capital as the means of the United States in a business para disc establishing for them a trust which can tight on equal terms with any other trust in the country and making 40 cents the bottom price of corn forever The Winchester Sentinel says Mr W E Singleton of this county has secured a patent on a grass seed strip per that promises superior results The improvements on the old machine consists of a sacking attachment and can be changed from a one to a two horse machine in a moments time Mr Singleton comes from our old homo county of Woodford and deserves nil tho success that wo believe this new invention will give him The PanAmerican Congress seems to be up against the proposition whether it shall arbitrate future disputes or not aibitrate at all Arbitra tlon of all disputes past present and future is not a practical issue at all in view ot the attitude of some of the countries to be represented Scientists are telling us horrible tales about the potato these days One says that sprouting potatoes are full ofa deadly poison known as solanin and another declares that through long re production by eves the potato has lost the powe of producing seedand must soon become extinct The administration has given Cuba a tip that unless the platt amendment is adopted it will inform Congress that freedom has been offered and rejected In that case it is hinted that Congress may Oe forced to annex outright This keeping the Teller Amendment with a vengeance Of coursetbeAdminislration is not responsible for the army frauds in San Francisco Scoundrels will creep in everywhere but the thing proves the Democratic contention that a big army with its feeling of civilians be ddwill always tend to corruption President McKinley sat down upon Representative Grosvenors predictio- nS Grosvenor keeps on making mistakes like this his prognostications as to the vote in 1901 will not be taken so seriously ns they have been In the past Why isnt Captain Chadwicks head put on those West India medals From Sampsons report he was the only captain who did anything at the Battle of Santiago As will be remembered he came up after the fight was over Mr Whitney is so well satisfied with hIs rented horse that he wants to buy- it outright GOOd Ueillih goodIthappmesstreedhealthwoman who au fens from woman ly diseases Her complexion fails Her flesh loses its firmness Her eyes are dull She has no home hap piness no enjoymentDoctor Prescription eases which destroy the health rexularlty agreeable drains heals inflamma tion and ulceration and cures female weakness It gives good health to women which means tranqiullnerves a goodappetite and soundsleep wtthfemlelays Mrs Mattie Hay of Trlbulatioll McDonald tieatuncutfr ff neverexpectedyoufmedicinesdoflari worth or the Yavorke Prescription itSveof Dr PIerces relict Iwoatd not take one hJIdooocewho seeder wltz Mdt troIlas WouW give Dr andsydotagool Maj3 thanks to yen for your kind Dr p4iiPfnkoi lsal1iftSdtIgJlZ A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under the Sun j All doctors have tried to cure CATARRH the LISa of powders acid gases 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Announcement of the current volume and sample copies of the paper sent free to any address TilE YOUTHS COMPANION Boston Mass We thought that Roosevelt had more originality To go to Colorado again in order to escape from the obscurity of his position shows lamenta ble dearth of imagination A few months ago food which I ate for breakfast would not remain on my stomach for half an hour I used one bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure anti can now cat my breakfast and other meals with a relish and my food is thoroughly digested Nothing equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure fur stomach troublesll S litts Ar lIn ton Texas Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eatPerry Thomas The Committee appointed to investi gate has found that the British War Department is utterly incompetent Hence it has been decided to do noth- Ing about it at present This so re minds us of our own way in such matters Mr Jas Brown of Putsmouth Va over 90 years of age suffered fer years with a bad sore on his face Physi cians could not help him DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him per manentlyPEnnY THOMAS Now that President McKinley has set the hope of official reward behind him will he not do his duty and dis cipline some of the violotors oL the civil service law Collector Sapp of Louisyflle for instance has been open ly defying the law long enouh Danger disease and death follow neglect of the bowels Use DeWitts Little Early Risers to regulate them and you will add years to your life and life to your yeas Easy to take never gripe PEKRY THOMAS Thero is no denying the fact that the Supreme Court is losing its high repu tation The shift in the income tax case was a hard blow but it is nothing compared to tho colonial case which was practically decided by one justice In opposition to the other nine The fact might be submitted to the women suffragists that the churches are twothirds women and that ninetenths of the churches areopposed to wowans suflrage That is the women them selves are opposed to it Senator Dupow wauls the papers to let him alone for a week lie had better not risk this or Ills fate may bo the same as that of the late T Reed of Maine Quondam Speaker of the llousse According to Mayor Harrison Chicago is the third German the second Polish second Bohemian second Scandinavian and second Irish city in the world Its about the twentieth American At last Chicago has discovered a way to gut rid of Dowie The papers will stop advertising him This will probably work if the papers stick to it it1 tuey doSThe old time white canvas tents of of Uncle Sauis wildless roto give way to Khahkl colored oneS In other words the namojiC Jha tented field Is to become rnybiZ Cuba haa succumbed to the inevitc bleItvdUieuueIl1 Mtr that It did tile lac b no good to prove to the wolf that it hail bet wmklted th water la tlio jiolilkks wbo hopes to he elected wit atVorkiui forltaH Ideal jet or au 5i2o4IstS Ouitsh3s very eorabmtibltv KeU eadedairli ahlthit iirltibl wtftthtrt if V SAcI 1 J riS 4s1- it 1 i- Ros e 1 t7 ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY j j1Ij f roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm In the world can buy coffee to so good advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same joce You also get with each package a definite part In some useful article i Full information with each package J 1J Save the signatures ol 4 F r trQnin lliiic Iaa r Insure rour dwelllnes barn and otherprop erty In the BLUB GRASS INSURANCE COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home Institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGUTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation tee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of oar county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf after the first year WFor further call on L P ADAMS Agent and Collector office in court house with the County Judge Richmond Ky may21ly Loisio Atlantic EailroaJ Schedule In effectMayl DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For VcrsaillesLawrenceburfr Shell Lmbyvllle Louisville and Cincinnati 310P m For Irvine ll56Rm For Millers Creek 330 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and 11156mCincinnati 830 pm From levine 255 pm From Millers Creek 830 m1 C 3t DROWNING Oen Mgr VILEY c THE UCTAILOR Makes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of eg IMf RTED rA RI From New York and desires to make you an uptodnta 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 taTRY HIM Ct Jcc W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY I3feblv Offers the following attrac tions t fkQImperial Council OFTHE MYSTIC SHRINE Kansas Lily Mo Tulle H astl 12 1901 One Fare for the Round Trip PLUS 52 BprtHeaps MUUIE SAN FRANCISCOCALJuly G FEITcY I1EDUcEDI1 TS SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TQ COLORADD AMD1TAI Juo1uu1yAusat nd Seesihr One Farie the Round Trip OEUSIIWJ IwiIhlkBHItiotI oaHea tMATTHtWS TltPtAtiM rp U- Q LEXINQTON3CHAUTAUQIA I LillY RATES VIA 1ll1 1ID JJa iD From all Points J n Uo Uy ann Willim owalI Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars AIW 0 RINEARSON Q P II FCQORSFSMale American Beauties We have then in all styles and shapes to fit every figure and every corset is sold under this most liberal warrant Money refunded after four I weeks trial if corset is not l satisfactory Look for this Trade Mark on inside ofcorset and on box KALAMAZOO CORSET CO Sok Maken KalasnasoosMk FOR SALE BY W C GRIGGS 15may mDoyl svilIe Ky HALF RATES Plus 10- 0DAiLY TO BUFFALOAND Big Four Route Affording an opportunity to visit the isiiDaInDow tt PanAmericanExposition And Niagara Falls Hound trip tickets to Buffalo and re IncludlnjtSundllvOne Fare plus SI for the round trip Retui u limit ten days from date of sale Popular conch excursions leave Cincinnati every ruesdaymomnlngin June on fast at rate of one cent a mile return limit two days from late atfluflaloSTOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo Niagara FaIls and- Chautauqua OaTlcketstoS New York Boston a taST1 Po s Union depot connections in Cincinnati avoiding omnibus transfers 4ahi Daffy 4 Hours Quickest cOOke of Lake Ride between ClerekBd mid Buffalo Oft Ole B StoMiMfs tSSPewcfeeENpeudoM etc fl sSiWEK J LYNCH WP MM saTtAStSSSS 0 AIIt KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlticlal1ydlgeststbetoodandaldsNature structing tle exhausted digestive or I digestantj can aproach it In efflclencj It In stantly relieves and permanently cures HeartburnFlatulenceSickHcadachcGastraIgIalCramp6and lmperfectdlgestlonPrepared For sale by PerT A Thomas Low Rate Excursions to Colorado and Utah EVERY DAY Via Darlington Honlr commencing June 18 continuing through the summer These will be the lowest rate summer RockyMountainis one ONE FARE PLUS 2 for the round trip but on certain dates for in stance from July 1st to 9th inclusive Lower than Half Rates are Offered The Burlington Route is the best line the main travel line to Colorado Tills is a rare chance to get an out lag in ths magnificent scenic and tIe lightful summer region The general scheme ot excursion rates is so eaten sive and varied that inquiries or details should be made of the nearest ticket agent or of the undersigned Do us tho favor to write for information printed matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for the LeaguersLess specialthurouglu 18thInclusivefrom Kansas City in tho morning via throughScenic California Every Wednesday per inExcursionsers same route as above Send for descriptive folder W SUSUAW L W WAKELY D P A 406 Vine St OPACincinnati O St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager St Louis Mo GmarIyWaU Paper- jPaints1 0S Right Goods Right Prices are the essential factors to be consider ecJinthe buying of goo ofwhatevt nature We guarantee the former and out quotations will estab iish the ktter oq everything in the line of Wall Paper Picture Frames WiodowSbades- PaiotSOIis Varnishes ad Glass Largest stock in cen tral Kentucky GeLIWiIR Maufa iurer of all kds tlttafoia kI bfPurpo- setT4l1Hgh 8 lire1 t i i Any one need inga Sewing Machine will find the StandardAnd Norwood The only strictly up todate Sewing Machines on the market Call in and ex amine these goods FREES t q cy SSI n REPAIRlfO A1D TIME11t O FINlJ WATCHES A SPECIALTY A 17JA= NEJ All Work PrintingJDrugsCoiinton MinerJewelryDr I5l1 GurllteedI Y close careful inspectionl our oi Refrgarators Ice Boxes AND Coolers The Best Prices thef Lowest rTHE STANDARD R15 D I B1HAKLFO RD i MrANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND Ky 5 1 jit Dont forget to for the BENEFIT Merchants c == = == = CUSTOMERS TAKE That for every Cash Purchase of ONE PREEIIappears below MpeC tWhich they will accept for Five CASH PURCHASE OF And take Special Notice that the Merchants who are the mot wide and keep the best selected I prices are the LOWEST iDonglaa ImwonshhmHardware 8may2m B and you will find line and ask and awake DHMyers L K Wanton o Owen McKee o ClothiersJohn W Io Richmond Carriage Works If I niItJiLONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE NEW Water SOidhamFurntture TONGUILfSS CULTIVATOR CLAIMSS The advantages possessed by MThe New Departure over all other Cultivators are very numerous am l valuable Space- will not premitnatuini nilofthem Briefly we ran maintain for TuNew Depar lure- SThat it is the most simple in con struction and easiest operated 2 Tim front or carriage is composed entirely of iron and steel- occupiesIittho4 It ISmore durable anti will outlast any other CultivatorS5 It cost the farmer less for repairs 6 It is lighter and requires less draft from the team 7 It has no down draft or side pressure 8 It causes no sore necks or galled shoulders 0 It has no complicated ovener each horse is compelled to do his share of work 10 The pitch of the shanks having rafetypin braces can be adjusted ito a nicety IU It runs steadier orcr crossfurrows and uneven ground 1 12 On side hill ground the wheels are teambythedrafL r J3 It will plow closer to the fences at the ends of rows 14 It has the celebrated Fattee Shovel which give the most perfect sal WactiorT tIndfor tim harvestSantiWIttCrcleaancethe moet adVaBed Meges ot cuKlyatioa wlth the withottoreaIUntorsbrace corns in contact with the row of plants aad stalkwhea unUGLAS SIMMONS1I- LHWIJE STOVES FAiraG IMPLEMEMTS ffichlly