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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 b a J CLIMAXn- flff1tCHMONDlJ f 1 IIP ItJ J VOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1901 n PROESSIONAL OAnS ATrofltY RE ROBERTS ATTOIIN EYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY eaOfflceoTer Climax Office with Jan B Mc Dreary Second Street RW MILLER ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KBSTCCIY OIBce n the Burnam Building next door to armeri National Bank fcb3ly JA sULLTV iTTORSEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main tHreet JODMCHENAULT TTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYRICHMOND Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw KENTUCKY RICHMOND EgrOffice over Taylor Bros Store TALBOT JCESO1T- ATTORNEYATLAW J RICHMOND KENTUCKY WOfflce in Prather Building Main ltrect PSYSIOIAKS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office in the oe Cedtai building z8 and o Sec- dStreetOVeI AMne old drugstore 27 elIAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty stable on corner First and WateVBtreeU Richmond Kyspr717 H C M8PERM D Medicine andSnrgery Ofhce Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence theSCarr place on Broadway lay KICHHOKD KFNTUCKY EVANS lDryJW PUYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMONDaNTUCKY DE1TTAL STJROEPT Dt 1ee t ioort DENTIST OF LOUISVILLE KY 2Offlco next door to Government Building BlchmSnd Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 novlTly a Dr Louis II Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No lilt Madison Avenue Covington Ky will be at Hotel Qlyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Bich mood Fymaylly lime HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon an- d5Inife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky septl9tfOur Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial 11 B ffil 53 jlfra B h mIDm r a nl jUino iTheladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have tosay iswe buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with MhHe 4QthOflI ++CALLA ++4 JONES MERSH0N + SALOON PARLOR WHEN IK TOWN Coolest and most refreshn of drinks that can be bUn dispensedbydating clerks flewrfK Sft H Wsfer Keft M ttf w1Fwerx Phone 3 Jrtd St- RIQImOD Jij t JEWELRY r C4The largest stock in central Kentucky will be fOunt at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecondand +14 Swiss Watches also uofo 4 Diamond Setting and fine Tewelry Work done by + t+ Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Desill ing done by a flue Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of BryanStation representing Indian times My Motto Is BELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13febly JAPANESE pi1 1S CUREAtwGBoxeiofOlntment 1ruakeEaioperaUoflhiare painful and eeldomapcnnanentcnretnd often endurethisOunranteo In each SI Box Ton only pay tot Scntb7JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a Box Cured Pile Prevented Ps3IctthepleasinttotrettipancFor sale by Stccklon II can Drug- gistsI1j8 mW fJm Saccesor to J W Aibill Liwj Feend a1 tDl IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH WiII be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch27ly KENTUCKY ATTETON PLEA E 4++ + ++ + iTo Our Pretty I- IWALL PAPER fWE deiro ID call your attention the fact that as this the beginning of a new year as vll as the 20th Century that we are endeavoring to keep up with progress of time this year by enlarging our stock 01 n VALL PAPERS DECO RATITE GOODS So this season we will be able to show and furnish you any and all of the choicest and prettiest designs As we lave bought an extensive stock direct from the manufacturers and can furnish Wall Papers ranging In prices from the cheapest to the finest and roost elbaorate de signs and feel confident we can sal sty wants In this line We will also furnish Wall Moulding to match any shade o5 Wall Paper you may select and will cheerfully fur nish estimates on work in this line 0 Free of Charge tWe respectfully invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main Street and see our wall paper and get pur prices before buying as we can save you and we will take pleas ure in waiting upon you and your wanta Our prices are the lowest Thanking you in advance we are Yours respectfully PERRY THOMAS Wall Paper Co- W 1 LEEDS Painter and Decorator Kjantt PHONE 75 SOUTHERN RfllLWfly ON KENTUCKY beiinni So tdili In Efftet Mir 20 iioo SASTBOUHD NOL N05 1NaX Lv Louisville 7 Sam 400pm 7lpr Ar ShelbyrlUe9lOan iZIpm SCfcpm M Lareneebg 850am BSSpm 1J4 pm Ar Versailles 1016am 647pm laoipm Ar Lexlneton Itt45om 715pm laSspm WE8TJ5OUKB No8 Naa No 4 Lv Lexington7Eam 33pm 515am Ar Versailles7I5am SCCpm LEarn M Larencebg2Oam L3ipm 5Mm Ar Shelbyrllle 910am 615pm 630iin Ar Louisville IttiOaia 7 0pm 7fOrn ArrBoUaD xsThoao Xo HiNbtLI rpATTOKS lNoI2rNo K Pi 746tn Lv LoulsvllAr 7Wpin ia an G25pm lOOOain 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The Republican leader In Kentucky Senator W J Debop is in Washington with a bunch of tils courtiers engaged in endeavoring tQ have a Republican wiaow with two clillclreri reniovefj from the position of postmistress at New Castle to make roornjffor a bij buck iRopnblican striker wlio yearn for the S60 per month thtkcEps the widows cruise of oil and barrel of meal from becoming emplycThere is nothing remarkable about this in view of the fact that this same great leader went to Woshingtonnc- companied by Judge H Howard and others of his retainers tb 1 demand the removal of n Republican lady the postmistress at Centerville ho had lost both of her lower limbs fn a railroad accident and the appointment of a healthy and well providedfor male Republican War to tho death upon widows and female cripples seems to till the soul of the great Senator with the highest exhiliration Armedcap apie and swooping down upon them with his trenchant blade glittering in the sunlight and his white plume float Ing in the breeze he recalls Ute great est figure in chivalry Henry of Na varre We are not sure that hisknightly conduct is either admired or approved or byihe best men in his party his mighty presence and terrific blade lire fitted their souls with such terror that they cannot protest against hIs wanton slaughter of the innocents but on the contrary they appear Jo indorse it as heroic conduct worthy ofa great leader V These goodwomen are not tour wid ows and cripples and the Senator may demand and perhaps rihtwbat a wicked Democrati bi5 to do with the aITairsf Uh ipapyoflljlenevolent assimilation aid Civil Liberty and the drerogaiive of the Henry of Navarre of the Kentucky Republicans and we can only plead that as a Kentuckian we have been taught that the former heroes of the great Commonwealth won their laurels fighting men and defend ing women He who lays his hand upon a woman save to defend it would be base flattery to call him a coward was the sentiment of all true Kentuckians in the past and we believe it is now the true sentiment of every man worthy to be called a Kentuckian and no more gallant Knights of the Deboe or der will ever again misrepresent the great Commonwealth in the greatest deliberative body in the worldLexii- lgton Democrat Frost Every Month in the Year A Vanceburg Ky dispatch says Mrs Sarah Bloomfield living near the Carter county liue in the southeastern part of the county is ninetyfive years oldanti vividly remembers the year 1816 when it snowed frostedor froze every montlr in the year The freezeinthe last part of June she said caused me one of my grcatest life troubles I had a fine patch of cucumber hills that had just begnn to run when the freeze caugiii them and killed them all I was almost inconso lable for one of my uncles told me if i woi ld just turn up a half barrel of cucumber pickles he would get mo a pair of new fclioes Nowa pair of new shoes to a poor hild in the backwoods at that day was a great fortune Well I didnt got the shoes and the freeze cost me days of sorrow and tears Onejnorning during July I distinctly remember going out at the side of the back door to wash my face and hands when I found the basin covered with a sheet of ice No corn was raised in these parts that year Origin of a Kentucky Feud About thirtyfive years ago two boys were playing marbles In the road along the Cumberland river down in the Kentucky mountains Oiie bad a patch on the seat of his trousers The other made fun of it and the boy with the patch went home and told his lather Thirty years oflocal war was the resnlt The factions fought on after they had forgotten why they had fought at all While organized war faro is now over nn occasional fight yet comes over the patch on those trousers and a man or two is killnd A county as big asRhodelslantl is still blttbrly divided on the subject In a race for the Legislature not long ago the feud was the sole issue And with mouutaineorjcarriel and sat under it at the capital making laws fpr tho rest of the Sf teJohu Fox Jr in Scribners Senator llacon says that what we have done to Enrto Rico is a pa plenty Babys Bif IIblonmrnI J an- Li ACi eiie1Y1 n 11 t ZctM-E4I rj pr rTbe JIi Jand it et- U S ucurishinJocd anctageptleTxerciseS o w eser Ue their health and their beauty i a weW toM U f ttie one to cfie 3ut jpoiatheliitelysure fa abort and pAinless labor they t should use r Mother ft1 ttFI7end1rIarly4erIagthJeorth of gestat- b 2gILIEIIBCICIIaD prevents t o nancy wbck women used to think wTe n 4etNeri Prf5 k 7ita we Ia no- dangf wIteyeT c PT4ntorat 1 i bt53 ljiiLWma co ATLANTA GA r wi foeJIo Wb VALLEY VIEW lFrom the Argent Mr George W JBeck of Burnside was in the city Monday Dr J B Watson of Willatd Ky has located at Jthis place to practice professionMrs Roy and daughter of Nicholnsville and Miss Clara Roy of Indianapolis Incl visited relatives here last Thursday The ball game scheduled to take place last Sunday VaIl y View vs Nicholasville did not materialize- E L Haden Co tile popular and uptodate merchants of this place will open aTiretcIass grocery across the river next week Poles are up for a telephone line to this place They were put in by the Central Construction Co of Lox ington and the wires will be put up at an early late Mrs Nancy Baker celebrated her eighth birthdny last Wednesday She spread a feast to her children and grandchildren She was the recipent of many presents from her descendants ANTITOXIN FOll SWINE DISEASES Beturns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Com Belt ihow losses in 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II De Vaux after several years of scientific expert ments and study succeeded in isolating the true germ of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 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 or their Antitoxin In well swinu will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will tare at least US percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be re funded Any farmer can easily aitmlahterihi ofhogsOne ounce vial sufficient for nix hogs tOO Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVaux Chemical Company 131 V4n Duren Street Chicago 21aprly PALNTLICK Mr Jas 0 Rucker spent Sunday with his parents at Berry Messrs T M and A K Lackey arc at home from Texaa to spend a few daysMr Omer McKinney and wife of Junction Citv are visiting friends here Uncle Joe Hopper is conducting a protracted meeting at Kirkaville Miss Fannie Buford Furkes and Mr Botton G Kilgore Were Inarrietl at the home f the bride last week by Her Kilcore a brother of the groom Miss Parkes is an attractiveand accomplished daughter of Mr John B Parkesof this place Mr Kilgore is a popular travel ing salesman for W B Belknap Co of Louisville and is a fine fellow They left immediately for Buffalo and will be gone for several days Low Rates to the Pan American Exposition Via Quean Crescent Route Don ble daily service Finest trains in the South Consult ticket agents for rates and full information 15maytf Mr Evans says that he doesnt ex pect to retire from the office of Pen sion Commissioner but Congressman Peters of Kansas is now on the way to Washington expecting to be named in Mr Evans place Some one is sum to be lppolntedbut you can wager it wont be the pension sharks It is easier to keep well than got cured DeWitte Little Early Ittser taken now and then will always keep your bowels in perfect order They never gripe but promote an easy gentle action Perry Thomas It is characteristic of Honest John Wanamaker that he should have let the street railway steal go through the legislature without a murmur a1d then should raise a roar However time fact that he is slow is no excuse for tin rogues in the llepublicau party hi Pennsylvania DeWittLittleand bowels to do their duty thus givin you pure rich blood to recuuerat your body Are easy to take Neve grips PERRY A THOMAS General News Gen Adna R Chalfco has been appointed Military Governor of the Phil ippine Islands to succeed Gen Mac Arthur England has become greatly disturbed over the condition of the Medi terranean squadron British supremacy in these waters has already disappeared Mrs Gertrude Sanders post master at NewCastle had an interview with the President and It iS5ald the chanceaara favorable that she will re taut her office On account of the burning of the Hotel Jefferson the Richmond Elks bave notified Exalted Ruler Fisher that they will bo unable to entertain the Grand Lodge Europe is watching with interest the pending tariff war between Rusbla and Mie United States and it is believed it nlay foreshadow radical change of in ternatioiial relationships J Pierpont Morgan has subscribed over 1000 000 toward the extension of Ihe medical department of Harvard University The degree of M P wlsi conferred on more than150 students at Cambridge and a number of granledihonorary Adalbert Hay Eon of Secretary of State Haj ttfrorntwildoi In a boielratNew Haven Conn and was asMMly killed Mr Ray was form eyiy Consist General to Pretoria and onlyJetHrsed some months ago Ho r1vateISeeretaljtjlPresldeatMcKiney The case of Ellis Glenn who lot yeanr l8eed as a mn was called at ParkersbBrjr WVato answer charge of iorgerybut the trial was postponed until July 3 It is claimed that her identity has at Jast been discovered nghamHeraHeJed sabl wisJoe f purpose of defrauding an itistiratice company John Wanamakerhas put the Phila delpTiiafriiiichls grabbers in art awk yard trws5tion They were given for HotkiHf pTd jraaelt privllpg for which Mr WB n aker offered the city f2600QOO Xew r Wall m r 08them 5OOO for tWc Jrancheland ftjKWitfeu offer to 44t 1008000 tothe Wfc ooiMA1dt1 9abOOQ for the deepeoir rof ia De- lawaiv4Cdlio pledges threecent fates o iI I 1LOSINe summer can prevented I Scott9s by takln Emulsion I Its as beneficial In summer as In winter If you are weak or run down samplescorr It will build you ists up I 409 15 Pearl Street New YOr joe and JIDO aK druggists trLate State News The Court of Appeals has adjourned until September 1C A handsome new Masonic hall is to be erected Springfield The elm beetle is destroyini the foliage of all the fine elm trees at SpringfieldIt that Grant Roberts will be appointed postmaster Frankfurt if tIme incumbent is removed Governor Beckham has accepted an invitation to Attend the Winchester Lodge of Elks Fair next August Attention has been attracted to the oil lands of Hancock county where a strong flow of oil was struck some yen rs agoAunt Koviim Clay colored aged 111 who claimed to have been a slave in Henry Clays family died tt Ash landThe death warrant for Holly Strut ton convicted of murder at Lawrence iirir il being written by Gov Beck haul A strong effort is being made to have the death sentence commuted to life imprisonment George Weis and wife were struck by lightning and killed at their home on time Bardstown pike nine miles from Louisville The Danville Elks have bought time handsome Johnstonc Sanitarium fer 5725 andconvert it into a lodge room and Elks home DrW E Clark charged with cans ng the death of Miss Corn Waller at Sturgis Ky huts been granted a new trial by the Court of Appeals The Court oi Appeals has refused 10 grant the petition of Caleb Powers attorneys for a modification of its opinion reversing the verdict of thin scott Circuit Court Seven tobacco re handling houses and thirtytwo dwellings and other build ings were destroyed by fire at Maj field at midnight causing a loss of over 150000 Fire which broke out in the tobacco district of MayfieIdKyTuesday ninLt destroyed over 150000worth of prop erty The insurance amounted to about SGOOOO Walter W Stoner of Mr Sterling Ky and Conklin Jones who were ar rested by the Pinkerton detectives at Washington Park race course in Chica go have been released the arresting officers declaring that the arrest was a mistake and that there was no evidence to show that anybodys name had been forged to drafts A strike of the miners at the Trade water Coal Companys mine in Sturgis has been ordered The order is said to be duo to the fact that the company decide to reemploy minor who had voluntarily left time service and who had personally not asked reinstate ment The order leaves several hun dred men idle The Hopkinsvile grand jury returned indictments against the follow ing for gambling at the Insane Asylum First Assistant Phvsician Lackey Second Assistant Physician Stevens Supervisors Robinson Steward Leavall InspeeIand City Judge George F Campbell The representatives of the Commer cial Clubs of Louisville and Madison hid and of the Ohio Valley Improvement Association met the business men of Frankfort Senator Blackburn and n number of prominent men of the State in the Kentucky capital and the find steps were taken to secure necessary improvements in the Kentucky river in order to give the resources of the eastern part of the Slate an outlet THE HOME GOLD CURE AN ISQESIOUS TKEATMEXT BY WHICH UltUNKAUltS AUK BEING CUKEU DAILY IN SriTK lit THEM SELVES No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A Pleasant am Positive Cure for the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body tilled with pois nand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicat i rig liquors require3 an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating tins and destroying the craving for intoxicants SniTeners may now cure tlietnsolvea at home without publicity or loss of time from business bv this wonderful HOME GOLD CORE which has been perfected after many of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use 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 the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR HUS BANDS rHILDUEN CURE YOUR FATHERS This remedy Is speclficfordevised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given hi a cup of tea or coRVe without the knowledge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured anti made tem perate men by having the lUltEad uilnistered by loving friends and rela tives without their knowledge in coffee theyc1iscont1l1uClJ will DO NOT WAI1 Do not bode Imieil by abparent and misleading im provtinent Drivo out the disease at once and for all time The HOME xtrcmelylovcwitiiiB reach of everybody a treatment more effectual others co g25t- o 60Fun directions accooiMnjr each psckao Special advice skilled physicians when requwled wttbeat ex tra charge Sent prepaid tOny iisrt ol the Wfild9DlPreIpt of On Dollar a PwL 0 9W EDWIN B G1LB8 4 CQMPAS V 2330 arid 2338 Market Street Philad lphl8 All crrespoiithtzue strict confiden tial 6 Ilfliiir Never Admit Defeat Never admit detent or poverty1 though you seem to be down and have not a cent Stoutly asseit your divine right to be a man to hold your head up and look the world in time face step bravely to the front whatever opposes and the world will make way for you No one wit insist upon your rights while you yourself doubtyou have any Hold firmly the conviction that you possets the qualities requisite for success Never allow yourself to bis a traitor to your own cause W underniinning your selfconfidence There never was a time before when persistent original force was so much iu demand as now Tile namby pamby nervous man has little show in the business world of to day In the twentieth century a man must either push or be pushed Every one admires the man who can assert his rights and has the power to demand and take them if denied him No man can respect the man who slinks in the rear and apologizes for be jug in the world Negative virtues are of no use in winning ones way It is the positive man the man with original energy and push that forges to the fzontExLow via Queen and Crescent Route lo The Following Points Montreal N C Christian Workers Assembly July 21 to August 4 On salt July 2nct good returning Aus 8 Milwaukee Wis Grand Lodge BP O K July 23 to 25 Long limit and low rates MeetingStntercachers 20 One fare the round trip good ret- urnIng August 1C Montreat N C Montreal Bible Con ference August 1 to 25 Low rates good returning August 27 Ask ticket agents for full particulars MARRIED LAUCmlNBKOOJIKiniD JUtge H P Laughlin a proprietor of the Great Northern Hotel Chicago was married at the St Nicholas Hotel in Cincinnati Wednesday night to Miss Ora Broom Held a former Fayotto county school teacher The groom is 00 while the bride is only 29 DEATHS JVERFOOT Rev Dr T II Kerfoot former professor In the Baptist The logical Seminary at Louisville later Secretary of time Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention and one of the most noted divines in the South died Saturday night at Atlanta Ga The body was brought to Shelby ville his old home and buried Monday DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns and scalds It soothes antI quickly heals the injured part There are worthless counterfeits be sure to get DeWitts PERRY THOMAS The Largest Bird The largest bird is the condor which has wings that spread 22 feet The smallest bird is a Brazilian humming bird weighing only five grains The bird of greatest endurance is the albatross One has been known to follow a ship for Cl days without once being seen to rest on the water- I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these low lines that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is without question the best and only cure for dyspepsia that I have ever come in contact with and I have used manv other preparations John HeamlIlIi- dlesex Pa No preparation equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure as it con talus all the natural iligestants It will digest all kinds of food and cant help but do vou good PERRY THOMAS Literary Notes It is probably true that almost everyman has in him certain qualities which would draw some woman to him but it is difficult to frame a statement in gen eral terms of What Women Like in Men This is the task which A very wellknown author under the nomde plume of Rafford lyke has undertaken in time Cosmopolitan for Jufy in a clever essay which proves him to have made woman the subject of thorough observation and comprehensive study The foreign girl says time author marries time man with whom she will be happy the American marries the man without whom she will be unhappy vacaIlionplejhave neither tho money nor the wish to go to an expensive overcrowded seaside or mountain resort and yet every man needs a few days devoted to pleasure and a complete rest at Teast once a year The Cosmopolitan for July gives a solution of the problem In a wellwritten illustrated article A Houseboat The Modern Palace Un doubtedly a houseboat offers a cheap and comfortable vacation and the ranks of its devotees are constantly swelling The Unwritten Law At Somerset the trial of Mrs Susan Hunloy charged with the murder t f her husbands mistress Nellie Stamper is iu progress in the circuit court The defense claims justifiable murder tinder the unwritten law the first In stance of a woman doing so in the criminal records of Kentucky- At Lexington two years ago HarrisI killed Merrill whom he park with his wife and Judge Falconer set him free in a decision which made him famous Time defense in this case will be the same as in the HarrisMerj rit case excepting in the instance the wife and not the husband did the kill ingMrs Hunley shot her victim with a Winchester shutgun killing her in stantly Millionaires are Numerous There are i828 millionaires in the United States Iu time first quarter of the century ju3t closed there were not morejhan half a dozen millionaires in tite land and two onlyJulia Jacqb Astor and Ktepheit llhdsuf Befent wealth to make them particu ltooD8yMeuot6 The hosts have tkii Ua rtB o After bola utlsrly ext n iiimt t1W1Iive oottse to ufflclontty te e gure 300 British lolS of tOres and ftosmuuii wi- aBdtwirwfccutue uriL cc KEEP COOLQ r of Madison County 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pants Worth 25 cents at f lOc a Pair 400 Mens Linen Suit- sFormer Price 400 ot9 L24 250 Beautiful Flannelette 0Coats and Pants for Men at 199ei I Worth 500 These Suits are full tailored and cut in the latest styles Belt Straps and bran new goods STRAUeLEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS Favors Osteopathy Chief Justice Paynter handed down an opinion affirming the judgment of the Warren Circuit Court in the case of Dr J M Mathews of the State Board of Health against Osteopath G W Murphy on lust Saturday The ques lion involved is the validity of Section 2615 Kentucky Statutes under which the State Board undertook for alleged unprofessional conduct to revoke Murphys license to practice he having secured his diploma from time Kentucky School of Medicine at Louisville and then practiced osteophy Time lower court decided fur Dr Murphy and the court here upholds it People in a position to know have long insisted that Philadelphia and nut New York is the worst governed city in the country The mass of the pub lic however carried away by prevalent abuse of Tammany has failed to recog nize this fact The recent street rail way robbery fn that city whereby the bosses acquired property worth millions for nothing should go far to sot tIe the matter Now that Porto Rico is ready to do without the 15 per cent pervision of plain duty the protectionists are mus tering to again put the island off It re mains to be seen Wietlier President McKinley will again yield When Kitchener starts to devasting Cape Colony in order to deprive the Boer invaders of food and horses jhme will strike something that will not prove altogether pleasant to him Despite the way on which time In dependence was crowded off time course we may still console ourselves that theres many a slip twixt cup ai d Lipton The coalmen have raised the price 23 cents a ton and are moving it up 10 edits more each mouth Next winter is going to be cold we suppose BALD SPOTS out help a bald spo- tncver grows smaller It keeps spread ine until at last your friends sayHow bald he is gettingNot to cure an old baldness but easy to stop the first thinning easy to check the first faIling out Used In time baldness made impossible with With LAW1 It stops falling promotes growth and takes out all dandruff- It always restores grayhaIrcolor of early life You may depend upon it every time It brings health to the hair t3O a lJottleAHCrnnlets I havansed rnrBh1rvinrn4a- im crcally 101 used ona bottl of It and yet sOpretlLlllfJgootaIMtb1 cuts WITT March 3S13M C TftSXMc WriN 1M atirIf- ysit I4 5a ezpACtnd = tile Y1IIW wr1W nftDJcnJULi IiiiIPage Wire Fence 0 And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tin es Also pure bred Durock Jetaey Hogs tor sale JICOYJ- irksville Ky i BAfiERG- m Bedside and Reading Table = ADJUSTABLE IrnN1ltoThis unique iu household necessity It is neatly and substantially made and besides being a very valuable piece of furniture it is an ornament to any HANDSOME rOOK 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 Wuyiic Street KENOAUVHLE lOjunGm iLoiiUe Hlbiic MM 1Scbedule in effect May j DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For VersaillesLawrenceburg Shel 10 ambyviite Louisville Leiington and Cincinnati IrnFor Irvine mm llthdam For SliliersCreek33J pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and f 8am Cinclnna1on SSJOpm From Irvine m 255 pan From Millers Creek 830 am C M BROWNING On Mgr 2114 ttasLtir- r4f Offers the following attrac tions ANNUAL MEETINQ Imperial Council OFTHE MYSTIC 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Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET w roB COUNTY JUDOB N B TURPIN FOB CoUNTY jATTOBilET J TEVIS COBB FOB 8HBBIFF- JO11N P WAGERS FOR JAILUE JAMBS C LACKEY FOB rLBRK- JKSbB CTUIID FOR BKPBK KNTATIV CIIAS L SEAUOY FOR SCHOOL SCFEBIKTENDEKT J W WAGERS FOB ASSESSOR OEORQE ROLAND FOR SURVEYOR S F ROCK FOB CORONER CLIFF SAMUELS FOR DAVID R TEVIS FOR POLICE JUDGE ii c RICE FOR CITY ATTOBKRY J TALBOT JACKSON Foil CHIEF OP POLIC- EJHALLMAN FOR MAGISTRATE D PARMER FOR CONSTABLE II F KENNEDY FOR COUNCILMEN COURT BOUSE JWBales W L Leeds CITY O T Wells E H Bybee UNIVERSITY C Q DoBRlan W L Arnold AIL this talk about roorpinizlns the Democratic party along lines suggest ed by n few disgruntled leaders who bolted the ticket in and staid out in the cold until after the campaign of 1000 was over nil tommy rot And no ono knows this bettor than lion WJBryan who fur bplrr than any other liinn in the Democratic party un dprstanus the sentiments of the great common people who while they may have Iwon beaten know that the principles they battled for were right Concerning this question of reorgan izing the party Mr Bryan gave out the following statement at Buffalo this week which appears over his signature in the Buffalo Times I am not only not a candidate lor any office but I have no candidate in mind for any office My interest cen ters in principles and men are import ant only as the aid in carrying out these principles The Democratic party stands for definite positive principles and unless I mistake the sentiments of the masses the voters will insist upon adhering to these principles in spite of the threats of reorganizors Tlioize who argue Irom tile standpoint of expediency will not have influence with the voters be cause no one can say what expedient We may deserve to win and yet lose hut it still remains that to deserve to win is the surest road to success WITH Hanna in absolute control antI consequently the mechinery well oil edit took the Ohio Republican conven tion which was in session at Columbus last week only three hours to formu late a State ticket Nash was renomi nated for Governor and in fact all the old gang except the Lieut Governor was retained and he was thrown over board to make room for Attorney Nip pet of Cincinnati a lianna favorite The platform adopted was practically a re affirmation of the National plat form on which McKinley was renomi natod with the same woeful lack of re lief for the suffering masses and the fame base truckling to the favored classes CFBforaCo J LEXINGTON KY Chairs and Rockers That combine all the essential qualities Comfort Price 600 VV Broad duep seats wide roomy arms buck to rest the head on inrvndto lot the body eauty beingdrawiiia leather or atiy of the newest fabrics exquisitely polished Price We only ask a fair comparison and leave the decision entirely wjih you because we know you will recognize every value wo show you Remember We carry all the grades from J up CfBrowerCoJ MAIN AND BROADWAY I LEXINGTON Ky TUB average Republicans greed for l nfferinc is strikingly attested by the spectacle down in Henry countywhere ten of the fifteen members of the Re publican County Committee are post masters Commenting on this start ling situation which can perhaps be other countiesimplicated numerous the Georgetown Times bits the nail on the head when it says If the office holders and officeseekers could be eliminated from the Republican party in Kentucky only the negroes would be left The negroes who constitute the bulk of the party in Kentucky dont get any of the offices They only voto and help make nominations Ax exchange says that Dr J O Robinson representative from Franklin county Is drafting a bill to be intro dtced in the next session of the Legis lature providing for a tax of 2 to he levied on each dog owned in the State The proceeds of the bill will be applied to a fund to reimburse persons who have suffered loss from sheepkilling dogs He will also introduce a bill providing a penalty for using Paris Green on tobacco for the purpose of killing insects Both are good measures and we hope they will be presented and passed Coy McCREAKY made a clean sweep in the primary held Saturday in Camp bell county Mayor Rhinock who was nominated for the Senato and the three representatives all being outspoken for tho Madison county man Tide makes the Sixth Congrosslonal district solid for Mr McCreary and a few more victories like that of Saturday will put him so far ahead of his competitors Cantrill arid Wheeler that they will be referred to as also rans THERE are mighty few Republicans who run for office and fall of election who do not expect the admisistration to reward them The latest defeated candidate to get a piece of government pie is James G Bailey who made the race for Clerk of the Court of Appeals against Sam J Shackclford President McKinley has just dropped a juicy plum into his mouth in the shape of a secretaryship to the Guatemala lega tion MR E HARRIS who formerly edited the Irvine News and later in conjunction with Postmaster R R Perry started the Gateway Sentinel at Winchester has sold his interest in the latter publication to his partner Mr Perry and bought a half interest in the Carlisle Courier The CLIMAX wishes him success in his new venture LEXINGTONS Auditor denies till rumors that a receiver will be asked for the city on account of financial troubles and says the bonded indebted ness has been reduced 17000 during the present year A DISPATCH from Rome states thatI His Holiness Pope Leo XIII is dying condition and that his phys icians who are in constant attendance have no hopes of his recovery THE Harrodsburg Democrat perpe trates the following W J Deboethe horse won a race at Chicago Wednes day but W J Deboe the ass wont win any more PERSONAL Mr Elbridge lark of Irvine was hero Friday Senator J M Thomas of Ford was in town Monduy Mr Jesse Dykes of Coqway was a courtday visitor Miss Janie Feland is visiting rela ties at franklin Teun Mrs Stove White and children are visiting Mrs Mack Miller Mrs James B McCreary is spending a few days at Estill Springs Appelate Judge A R Burnam of Frankfort was here this week Attorney W S Moberley went to Versailles Friday on business Judge J M Benton of Winchester was hero a few hours Saturday Mr II C Bangs of Chicago was the guest Saturday of Mr T H lickels Rev William Eisenhart after a two weeks stay in Chicago has returned homeMisses Sarah and Madge liurnam are visiting their aunt Mrs Walter Bennett Insurance Commissioner John B Chenault of Frankfort was in town MondayMrs Minor of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs G W Gates at Silver Creek Dr W H Fish and wife of Nicholas ville spent Sunday with Col and Mrs B J Clay Dr M C Heath lisa returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs A H Sev erance at Stanford Miss Laura Lynn has returned from Winchester where she visited Mrs Nelson Prowitt GayaMr James Samuels has returned Irom Canton Ohio where he lisa been for several months Mr Rayburu Rucker who has been to New Mexico several months re turned home this week Dr Phil Roberts has moved his family from Main Street to the Buchanan pioperty on South First Mis David Martin of Corbin was the guest of her sister Mrs J 0 Chenault over Sunday Mr jS V Rowland of Danville came up yesterday to spend a few days with relatives and friends Mr and MnaC K Oldham of Mt Sterling came over tc the Elks recep tion Wednesday night Mr Thomas P Einbry of Fayette county was here Monday mingling with the courtday crowd Mr and Mrs W H Shanks of Stan ford are visiting the lattcrs parents Mr and Mrs T 15 Baldwin Editor Louh Iindnnn and wife and mLa Alice Marksburry attended the Elks reception here Wednesday Miss Cohen wjio has been the at traciveguest of Mr ands Mat S Cojeii has returned to Versailles A eulames Scott Duncan and Davis all of Nicholasville are the guests of Mrs D II Myers on HIgh Stieet Rev G W Young of Georgetown former pastor of the Methodist church here is visiting Rev HG Tarner Mr and MnvCkweaee K Woods and attractive little daughter JSamie Mil ler Woo Is aie 8Ipblttat Boou bero Mr Jesse M AIversn of the In tenor Jouraal forre Stanford visited his mother Mrs X ttle Alv vna tat week Mrs James IkIatleo m Llla Deatheraje are vHiiteg friettAi fat Louisville where they illalKJIMt- ieral v weeks Mr Ab Greet has moved to Rich froud where bo wiUork1or tie Sou Life liMrtaM OpanyWis Sentinelv- Mrs Nannie Embry and Miss Nan uette Heath are visiting Mrs Talton Embry in Cincinnati Nicholasville Journal Misses Tillie Tlibble Julia Higgins Florrie Bright and Mrs D M Chonault attended the Lexington Chautauqua on Friday last Mr Gilbert Grinstead tile popular andcapable clerk at the Busy Bee Cash Store is visiting his parents al Taylorsville Misses Laura Luxon and Mosaic Par rish of Richmond are visiting the Misses Traynorat MrllIm Ballordst Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs T J Smith Jr and pretty little daughter Elise have re turned from a pleasant sojourn of sever al days at Estill Springs Miss Christine Bradley of Lancaster the handsome daughter of oxGovernor W 0 Bradley is the charming guest of Miss Emily Chenault Mr T A Shelton wife and sou of Panola passed through hero Monday for Millport Ala to visit Mr Sheltons father Rev Thomas A Shelton Misses Dora and Oatherino Bangh man two Stanford beauties arrived last Tuesday and are the attractive guests of Misses Margaret and Mary MillerMr and Mrs Ben Banks have returned from their bridal trip and have taken rooms at Mrs Mariah Lynns on Third street where they are at home to their many friends I Mr Augustine E Barnes of Somer set was here Monday attending court He and his partner Mr Jenkins are doing a fine mercantile business in the Pulaski county metropolis Mrs Mattie Rogers and her daugh terinlaw Mrs Lizzie Rogers nee Hisle who have been here a mouth visiting relatives returned yesterday to their home at Independence Mo MeErs E R Rowland and John Montgomery have accepted positions with the Sun Life Insurance Co They will assist the local Manager in solicting new business in this city Messrs Brauham Beasley and John Burnsides two of Lancasters gay gallants were among the gentlemen visi tors who attended a jolly house party at Miss Emily Chenaults last week Mrs Rutherford Douglas and little daughter of Nicholasville who have been the guests of Mrs J II Mont gomery for tho past week returned home yesterday Lexington Herald Mrs O D Miller returned Monday after a two weeks visit in R till county She was accompanied by Misses hattie Hamilton and Katie Wilson who will spend several days with relatives here Capt J W Rawlins the clever and capable freight conductor ran the L A passenger train last week in place of Captain J R Pates who was trans ferred to the dispatchers office at Yr salliesProf R M Parks formerly proefsor of chemistry at Central University has been elected toa similiar position in the Louievillo Male High School Lint year he was President of the Wates Valley Seminary Mississppi Mrs Lavlnia Estill Cunnihgham Mrs Laura Estill Francis and little Miss Nannie Clay all of Bourbon county were among the visitors from a distance who attended tho Elks reception Wednesday night Dr Murison Dunn has gone to Ann Arbor Michigan to take a speccial course in tho medical department of that famous university Before return ing he will visit Toronto Canada and attend medical lecturers Dr Frank M Walker son of Mr J Wade Walker of this city was one of a large class of graduates from the Louisville Hospital College of Medicine who received a diploma at the an nnal commencement of that institution Thursday night- A delightful party was given to the little folks in the Red House vicinity Saturday eveninc Juno 22 bv little Mable Stewart in honor of Misses Allie Bedford and Lillian Martin of Winchester About forty guests were present and all seemed to have a merry timeThe Winchester Sun says that Mr W F Garrett formerly express agent there who has been in Arizona for some time in search of health has returned home much improved Mr Garrett married Miss Fish of Paint Lick and has numerous relatives in this county A New York dispatch says that mul timillionaire J B Ilaggin who is a brotherinlaw of Mr S Neville Mob erley of this city has decided to build a two million dollar residence on Fifth Avenue Gothams aristocratic thor oughfare The site has already been purchased at a cost of 750000 R H Crooke J Tevis Cobb D M Chenault W D Oldham G W Evans and Cot Watson compose a fishing party from Richmond They aro stopping at the River Mansion and fishing and swapping fishing and other remin iscences with Capt Bill Dillion and his other fishing guest J W Brown Livingston Colonel Prof Morris T Long of tho Deaf and Dumb Ijistitnto Danville who is visi ting his brother Mr John Long in the country was hero Monday shaking hands with his many Madison County friends The Danville News says that Prof Long has the finest collection of curiosities and antiquities in Ken turky and its last issue contained a column description of them Prof and Mrs James White and Miss Clara White will leave the first of July for Bay View Mich where they will spend tho summer and Prof White will take charge of his d title at the summer university Miss Martha White will visit friends nt va rlotis points in Kentucky during thr summer and in the autumn go to Nlch olaaville where she has accepted a In the of Jessamine In stJtuteLexillJton Herald Mr and Mrs S N Moberley of Richmond spent last week at jjfr Jas P Amsdeus Onrfriend Clarence E Wood brilliant Journalist and all around good fellow failed of election in the Mayoralty contest at Richmond Lint has the satisfaction of knowing tnat he ran an excellent race his suc cessful opponent D R Tevis getting In ahead of him by only 42 votes Clarence is young yet and Dame Fortune no doubt has b1rtcrtliingS in store for him Versailles Sun RELIGIOUS The corner atone of the sew Baptist church at Daavilk a laM Wetlaes lay kli elaborate crermnK i Tho edllte will have a acftUK wtpikUy of IQ 00 em betee8JOOOO1Ml f26001 and HIL oneo th hudsoinrMchtmrcnis bilLieStateIThe dtttb or Mr Rachel Bruuu rwife of B T D Vld Br1iii j- f4li What are Humors They are vitiated or morbid fluids course lag the veins and affecting tho tissues They ere commonly due to defective digestion but are sometimes Inherited How do they manifest themselves In many forms of cutaneous eruption salt rheum or eczema pimples and bolls and In weakness languor general debility IIov are they cxpclUd 1 By Hoods Sarsaparilla which also builds up the system that has suffered from them It Is the best medicine for ill humors curred recently calls forth a remarkable record She had lived ninetytwo years Her husband aged ninety three survives her They were married seventy three years ago Dr Brucer be an preaching when about seventeen years of age andduring his ministry hos married over 3000 couples baptized nearly 4000 converts and has preached nearly 4000 funerals Win chester Sun- Female church goers of this city will be interested In the following clipped from the Lexington Leader The wo men of Central Christian church have been Riven the privilege bl the brethren- of coming to church in the evenings without their hats The invitation was extended to them by the minister the Rev L J Spencer at the Sunday morr ing service anti quite a number took ad vantage of the opportunity and found it made them very much more comfortable and able to bear tho extreme de gree of heat the thermometer showed last evening It did not detract in any way from the seriousness of the services nor even offend the eyes of those literal people who interpret time scriptural passage about womens heads not being covered to mean they must wear hats or bonnets MARRIED BROCKMAX CARRrEuIr E E Brockman and MIss Laura B Carrier will be married to day at the home of Mr L Carrier near Berea andIas Golden bOth of the Ft Estill locality were married last Wednesday at the brides home by the Kev A J TribbloHAUKLSYBRONAIYOIIAftoV a court ship of twentyfive years J F Barkley a leading merchant of Nicholasville and Miss Mary Bronaugh daughter of tIme late J S Brcnaugh who was Mayor of that town bra number of yearswero married at time Grand Hotel in Cincinnati Thursday- BUTLEUCCEEDTho Nicholasville Journal says that Mr Robert T But ler n Lexington photographer and Miss Myra B Creed daughter of Dr John W Creed of Waco this county were married last Thursday in the parlors of Hotel Nicholas in that city Rev I B Timberlake officiating BAILEYSMOOK The leading social event of tho season at Burgin was the wedding of Sam J Bailey and Miss Lula Smock which was solem nized at time country residence of the brides mother The groom ia an ex tensive laud owner and is one of the most prominent men in the county while his bride comes of one of the leading families and is prettyand popular They left immediately after time ceremony for time PanAmerican Expo sition and they will also visit several Eastern cities before they return The birde is a close relative of Mrs Geo II Myers of this city DEATHS GEXTIIY Shelby Gentry son of Mr Win Gentry died Sunday at his home near Moberley DEXTOV Judge D H Denton father of lion James Danton collector of In ternal Revenue in this district died at his home in Somerset of infirmities incident to old age Big Log Sale Sheriff II II Colyer sold here Mun day at ptblic outcry 1136 unclaimed togs which were caught in the booms of the nnrtBrabb Lumber Coat Ford Under a recently enacted Kentucky law all unbranded unclaimed logs found floating in the rivers must bad vertised and sold to tho highest bidder The Ford Lumber Co through Captain J M Thomas was the purchaser of the entire lot paying for them 2000 Hurt Brabb received CO cents a piece for catching the logs Elected Bar k Bookkeeper Mr C B Hamilton for several years past the efficient bookkeeper at D H Myers planing mill has been tendered and has accepted the position of indi vidual bookkeeper at the Madison National Bank succeeding Mr J So Crutclier who on July 1 became junior member of tho shoe firm of Douglas Crutcher Mr Hamilton is a most popular and capable gentleman and the bank officials are to be congratulated on securing his services He will assume his new duties August 1 Another Batch of Teachers Supt Wagers tells us that out of the 25 whiteapplicants whqjook the June teachers examination 17 received first class certificates 3 secondclass and 1 thirdclass while 3 failed utterly Among those who received firstclass was Miss Sina Wharton the accom pushed daughter of Mr M F Whart on the clever Valley View merchant Miss Wharton graduated recently from Jessamine Female Institute Nicholas ville and in the teachers examination received an exceptionally high mark Real Estate Deals Prof G G Crooko has sold his resi dence on Oak street to Mr Siefred of Silver Creek who is employed by the Kentucky Distillery and Warehouse Co and will move to this city for the purpose of educating his children Mr A r Douglas bought this week of LZ Taylor the latters residence on Broadway and will takejpossession at once On last Saturday Mr ItJ McKee bought of M IB Lee Maupin tho Hack er property on the Summit for which he paid 1050 Killed by Lightning Messrs W S and John Duncan received a telephone message Wednesday morning from Lexington conveying the sad intellfgence of the death there Tuesday afternoon of their brother Peter Duncan who WAS killed by light ning Deceased who was a huckster during the storm Tuesday had taken refuge with his team under a sycamore tree and the deadly bolt splintered the tree and hilled both mn arid horse theiaBlfUaliI50 years old WM a former ettke ol tine county butrestored to Kayette sbowt three yMi ago Whisee lie was pro poring and wt welt thought of by all who knew him A wife and ilx thud ten are jell to mourn Ms joiwi Ita bIa1Ioorpi Wedy II Assistant Posm cer f In keeping with tiielacreseed busI ness of the local postoffice postmaster Wallace has bee l zd1Owcdnn extra- man by the Department wljo will be officially known us assistant postmaster The newly created position has attached to it a salary of 1000 per an nurr and Mr John T McClintock Chairman of the Republican County Committee has been appointed to fill it Mr McClintock is a clever gentleman capable and courteous and his appolttment will no doubt give sats Iactlon to time Republicans in this neck of the woods Barn Burned John W Murrays tobacco barn near Kuksvilleitosetber with 40000 pounds of tobacco farming implements etc burned Sunday night presumably from being struck by lightning The tobacco belonged to the Brown Tobacco Warehouse Co of Louisville The loss will reach between 5000 and 6000 Mr Murry carried no insurance but It 1s thought the tobacco was fully cov eredby insurance Mr Murray is the man whoso confectionary in this city was recently gutted by fire and in his case is again demonstrated the fact that misfortunes never come singly Stamps to be Redeemed The stamp nuisance is now a timing of the past praise the Lord the act of Congress abolishing this unpopular feature of the war tax taking effect Monday July 1 Many people doubtless have stamps on hands which were purchased before the law was repealed and for the benefit of such Commis sioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes has ruled that banks or stationers cannot make clams for the redemption of check stamps and other documentry tampa belonging to customers or others but may purchase them and make claims in their own names after July Exhibit oi Homespun Time Berea Citizen says that Miss Robinson of that place has secured an opportunity for an exhibit of Home spun at the PanAmerican Exposition It is to be found in the central court yard of the Manufactures and Liberal Arts Buildinjrlminediately to the right as ono enters from the south and is a part of the exhibit of the National Arts Club of New York City The articles in the exhibit were made by the mountain women in Jackson Rockcastle Clay and Owsley counties and are attracting much attention Time coverlet included in this exhibit ivas woven by Mrs Anderson of Jackson county Letcher Witts Warehouse Burned Tho large warehouse near time L anti N depot belonging to Central University and occupied by Messrs Lftcher Will was destroyed by fire Monday night together with 5000 bushels of bluegrass seed and a quantity of furniture and farming machin cry The origin of the fire is unknown but is supposed to have been caused by sparks from a passing train This grass seed had only a few days before be h sold to Gay of Winchester but as it had not been deliv ered Messrs Letcher Witt are the losers The building cost 5000 and was insured for 3500 MeasrsLetcher Wjtt estimates their loss at 3000 with 1500 Insurance By heroic efforts the fire depatment saved the Richmond Hotel and A L Gotts produce establishment adjoiiiingwhich hind the least wind been blowingwould have fed the conflagration Messrs Letcher Witt will continue in business as heretofore having made temporary arragements to occupy the old Harber coal yard and warehouse until time burned property can be re paired Is It Hot Enough For You Time intense heat of the last few days has broken all records in many beau ties for June Saturday Sunday Monday and yesterday were ecorchersin fact hottest experienced here III years the mercury registering OS degrees here Sunday which was perhaps the maximum The hot wave seems to have been general from time Lakes to the Gulf and many prostrations and numerous lentils are reported in the large cities as tho result of the excessive heat So far as known 149 deaths occured from time heat Monday in dif ferent parts ot time United States 87 of them were in New York which also reported eleven on Saturday The prostrations Sunday in New York numbered twenty Eleven deaths wero re ported in Pittsburg and time burial per milt indicate a serious mortality among children Time temperature rec ord for June was broken in New York Sunday with 03 degrees and it was the warmest day in Chicago for twenty nine years Relief is promised in the next 48 hours Alumni Association Sued Through Attorney 0 H Breck and W B Smith suit was filed hero Mon 1ay1n the Madison Circuit Court by time trustee of the heirs of Rebecca Shearer against the Alumni Associa lion of Central University to recover over 3000 which the sail Rebecca Shearer placed in the hands of a trustee to educate young men of Madison county at Central University in Madison county One thousand dollars of tho amount went into the location fund to establish the University in Madison county but us the Institution by the articles of consolidation will no longer remain in Madison county the terms of time bequest can not be complied with and therefore the trustee has in stituted suit to recover this fund The suit also asks for an injunction against Central University to prevent the consolidation This is time first of a series of suits to be filed by those who contributed to both the endowment and location fund of Central Uni versity The Curators will meet in Louisville today for the purpose of shaping up matteis growing out of the consolidation and it is hoped by the local friends of the University who ate opposed to the union that some satis factory settlement of the matter may yet be secured Sad MM From Bitter Creek Sheriff Colyer received word Sunday afternoon from Kingston that four armed ruffians were terrorizing the citizens of that vicinity galloping vlieir horses and hooting pif their pistols along the highway lie immediately sent Deputies R W Colyer atdJoe Terrill to the scene and they arrested Williams K Stuart and S Stuart OH the charge of shootiugon the highway and James Powell mitt William Wlli lisaiafor carrying concealed weapons All were from Jackson county Tlw whole p rly was brought here and lodged in Jill Monday lileywere- veGA hearing when it deeoped- LiiLluey wera not time wen who were uilty of the reported kwktMHWM bUt th fit was the work of MAO Cty txntu tv blood who were Intoxicated Wit tam and his Companions wr arrested tin tho evidence ot a negro who it apf t ftaI liiittaktu Ia the putiM E its the Jackson countyen Were in sblsglHwlicktmarket while time real perpetrators were onhors back However ae pis tols were found Ion time person of both Williams and Powell they were given J 30 days in jail and fined 50 each Time Clay county desperadoes have not yet been apprehended A Talented Musician A musician who has made a most delightful impression on both the musical anti social circles of Raleigh is Mre Lillie Logan ICean of Richmond Ky Mrs Kean has had charge of the vocal music department of Peace In stitute for the past year and has met with great success She is charming in manner antI her beautiful face lights up when she sings Her solos at tho Presbyterian church and at entertainments at Peace have been greatly en joyed Mrs Kean has had Parisian training and in that city of musicians has been warmly praised The late Henry Falke of Paris a distinguished musi clan said Mrs Keans voice is vel vet Parlatoro a wellknown voice teacher in Paris said What sympa thy The timbre isnost beautiful DelleSedie under whom Mrs Kean studied in Paris says She can do anything Not only gifted in voice she is dramatic in personnelle show ing Intense temperament One of the ladys American critics remarked of Mrs Keans work She not only pleases in the interpretation of a classical Aria but can touch to tears in a balladof pathos- It is to be regretted that Mrs Kean does not return to Raleigh next session She left for her home in Kentucky last week carrying with her the best wishes of many friends She has one of the most exquisite voices ever heard fn musical circles in Raleigh Raleigh N C News and Observer Elks Reception Decidedly time most brilliant social event that the people of Richmond have had the privilege of attending in many a day was the Elks reception given at their elegant club house in this city on last Wednesday evening Juno 26 More than one thousand invitations had been issued and perhaps twothirds of the recipients re sponded bunging togethmersncl an are ray of beautiful women and pallantmen as has seldom been seen at a social function in this city It strongly re miiidHd ono of the palmy dRYIIf time old Madison Club whose entertain ments were famous nearly a genera lion ago Time spacious rooms of the club house hanked with palms and fetus decorated with tho rich colors ol the order purple and white and radiant with light anti gay with mirth and music presented a scene of be wild ering enchantment The entire brother hood constituted tho reception committee and guests were met with a cor dial handshake or a smile of welcome which made them feel perfectly nt homo From 3 oclock in the afternoon when the doors were thrown open until after midnight a continuous stream of people passed in and out Delight but refreshments consisting offices and cooling drinks were served while time inspiring punch bowl went tholroundt with pleasing regularity No expense was spared and nothing left undone to add to the pleasure or comfort of the guests and the Elks famousfor their liberality and hospitality are to be con gratulated upon the success of the en tertainment The music which added a supplemetory charm to time other pleasures was furnished by Prof Mitchels splendid orchestra and the punch was the creation of Billy MetzEverett Berrys up todate bar tender It was made to a queens taste and the fact that 72 gallons wete consumed attests its superior excellence This report would be incomplete without a special mention of the decorations the exquisite beauty and artistic effect of which elicited numerous admiring comments and which were the work of Albert Richapfarr of Louisville assisted by Messrs John Mershon and Cyrus Douglas All in nil the affair was a great success and the universal expression of praise heard on every hand is The Elks are the peoplel Eoir3 Tills We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrb that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all bus iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST TRUAJ Wholesale Druggists Toledo WALDIXO KIXKAK A MARVIN Wholesale Druggists roledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal Iy acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the Price 70c bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best July 3 1m A HOT TIME Is this on your wife unless she has ono of our VulciD U RiDgn With it COOKING is easy and- pleasnnt Tno characteristics of the Vulcan are- Comfort Cleanliness Economy Convenience uptodateRictaoai ffilir Light Co J M Baldwin Supt 3jul2w Rich Juicy Plumbs For Your Picking Is the beauti ul1ine of Organdies Dimities nd Lawns at QUi store Dim- ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents 1Jj in colors guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc In Allover Lace Yoking and Serpatine Trimmings we excel Our stock is more complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard 1Jur a la complete Styles come first so do MeKoos Belts abeReliability should be considered it is 41Thepronounced every day In connection with our licit Department can be had a most complete line of Purfpp Kid Gloves nt 100 guaranteed Can be fIOuror summer Corsets at prices from 29q to 5Ocnntli00- The O D Corset one of the most widely advertised brands Is a very large sale with us G D Chicago waists at SI 00 O D style 35c Straight front at 100 a+ Remember we belong the Merchants and Consumers Scrip Association which means money you if trade with us Respectfully yours J L Cor Main First St UAnTEULT REPORT OF THE State Q Bank and Trust Cn Richmond Ky at the close of business on the 29th day of June lOOt RESOURCES Loans and discounts 31988200 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1149583 Due from Hanks ami Bankers OTMt 28 flanking Ilouoe and Lot 20000 00 Loans secured Mortgages 24MA 75 Stocks and Bonds MOOO 00 Specie 9S4 00 Currency 9153 00 1959300 Other Items carried as Cash 6560 It Furniture and Fixtures 40iM 00 IL Internal Rerenae Stamps 145 0- 0Total35249 W LIABILITIES stock paid In 150000 00 Fund m 5500 00 Undivided Profits 57 70 Individual Deposits 820802 40 One to National Banks511115 07 Due to State Banks 1790 80 12912 87 Bills B dl counted 63438 20 Trust Funds on hand 9750 81 Total 552459 fS ssCOUNTYRETURLEY Cashier of the State Bank and Trout Co a Bank located and doing bust ness at No 108110 West Main street in the City of Richmond KYIin said county being duly sworn says foregoing report is in all true statement of the condition thesajdjjaukatthecioaeof business on the 29th day of to the best of his knowledge and belief and furthorsay that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not that the ahoy report is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State dealgnatingtbe 29th day of June as the day on which n Ich report shall be made B E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by B E Tnrley Cashier the lit day of July 101 C H CnnxAULT Notary Public COKKBCT Attest J STONE WALKER i JOHN R GIB80V l DISECtoxa J A SULLIVAN STATEMENT OF Earnings and Expenses OF State Bank Trust Co- For 8 Months Ending June 29 1901 Interest CollectedSIOC1CRents Collected 320 00 Total 10731 83 DISPOSED or AS rouowa Paid Current Expense 317597 Paid Bade Taxes to County 256098 8 A Dlridend S cent 40000 Carried to Surplus FnndfOO 00 Balance Undivided 47 70 Total SI0m 63 This bank does a banking business also acts as administrator executor trustee assignee and does the general of a Trust Company We extend to our patrons every courtesy and accommodation consistent with safetyR Eo TURLEY Cashier When a maddog gets after YOU its flytime Notice of Partnership STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 COUNTY oF MADISON f We the undersigned M C Kellogg and R No Withenbury of Richmond Madison county Ky and C H Kel loggvpf Cincinnati Ohio state that we have this day formed a limited part nership for the of carrying on a nhclesalo grocery business in Richmond Ky from time first day of April 1901 to time first day of April 1903 nn tier the firm name and style of Kel logg Withenbury They state that the said M C Kellogg and R N Withenbnrry are general partners and the said C II Kellogg is a special partner antI that saM special partner has contributed to the partnership funds the sum of 5000 Witness our hands this thefirs day of April 1001 M 0 KELLOGG R N WlTMENBUKY C H KELLOGG 19jnn4t I 4I Il August 121314 IIM6 and 17J901 II 30000 Ripe Department p 3OOOO II 11IVEAN0 4R- TrIT r 50000 A11TWIR 50QIPQIHCLUDIHtt IG= sAND THEMOIiTSvaIt ATTMCnmt lvr iivhid frs ENTEgTAWIISttT VF Mir Ulrl CXOUKMOM Mm N Mi ftMfcftMM MoL Meow nsc sc ua f W tHANKLM y- L wnerc rcm lLLVAYts CrMoS LEXINQT Kfr Ribbons Time drmand for Ribbons during time past II tninth was greater than ever before lletrsIIIribbons IIJllp Silks for waists In all colors pink cream ayLalacki orILadles Linen Skirts at 25c Special for two weeks only Ladies Parasols at SOt SI 75 and up yardBuggyOur of Boys Caps ia complete Girls and Boys Tamoshanterti in white P K at 39 and We I Boys Caps at 2lc p priresfromI to saved to you Capital Yacht OWEN MCKEE Richmond AO WI Street Fmlir f AND CrflilVli JULY 17 18 19 The following list of attractions hav been contracted for and will positively be hert Severalothers are under consideration and fr the time of the opening day of our Fair oir Midway will present an appearance seldor witnessed in a city of this size Every at traction is guaranteed to be a No J Ot free street attractions are the best that monr can procureBalloon Ascensions Wir Walkers Trapeze Performers Jugglers Acrc bats Sword Combats Etc ATTRACTIONS I TONGA The Snake Eater and his Monster Den of Serpents Aligators Etc I Electric Theatre Startling Illusions Re produced by Electricity and Famour Parisan Poses PIastiue JC The French t tFolly Theatre Parisan Pastimes Faithful ly Reproduced by Charming Natives of Sunny France A Galaxy of Beauty6 Kentucky 1 Am rican htrc- A Representative Show of Highclass Vaude vile Acts RefinedIe Moral j Instructive QUEEN AN ETTA And her Band of Genuine Romany Rye Gyspsies Ex ponents of the jfijfi Esoteric c The Streets of ArabiaIThe Sports Pleasures Pastimes and Devotionan Exercises True to Life by Genuine Moors Arabs Turks Etc from the far Orient beaded by the famous Arab Chrieftain Sbiek hailj Mika Keyota We Only Ask OneThingofyouandthaUli tf you ifl toad buyior a new rig this sprfar do tMJyuntil you lake a look through our re pository iIaNcQ ttrIa o pa4f RI OND KENTUChY NEI1LIQEE SHIRTS Miller Bro Famous Brads OUR Negligee Shirts have their intoway public favor If you havent seen these Shirts you ought to There are none better in Lexington 95c 65c 5jOc The styles are decidedly swell and the material faultless They are the best of the kindSamples in the Windows of Our Main Building and Annex t t tIP Summer elI Uunderwear Fine Domestic Balbriggan Underwear in Natural Lavender and Blue Colors Pep peral Jean Drawers with Dou ble Seat or WovenSeamsFlexibleSOC 293133 W Main cor Broadway The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store Gfeblf I would not rest with burning soul Beneath a weeping willow But let me roll From pole to pole With an Iceberg for my pillow Oh when they come to lay me low Be it upon a bed of snow With icicles ahangin low With an iceberg for my pillow Square piano fur sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf Twentyfive cents will buy a splendid dinner Fair week High class Vaudeville acts refined moral instructive will be seen at the A O U have Fair you Reen our infant slippers and shoes at 50 centb RICK ARNOLD An infant child of Mr and Mrs William Buckley died Saturday and was buried Sunday Ladies tan slippers tbU week at 75 cIa and RICE ARNOLD The new Peoples Bank at Paint Lick opened its doors Wednesday and began business Willging makes window shades all sizes and kind lOc andup to finest Ben Cotton bought of Jerry Noland 44 cattle at 4 cts also 9 head of John Long at same price The Episcopal church society held its annual summer sale last Saturday About SO was realized Childrens and Misses tan slippers this week 50c and The RICE ARNOLD Help a good cause by taking dinner with the Presbyterian ladies Fair week An excellent meal only 25 cents have you seen our line of ladles Slo shoes in heel and spring heel RICK ARNOLD A B Estridge of Paint Lick has engaged 100 barrels of new corn to Dan Reynolds at 125 per barrel Dont forget the celebrated Queen Quality show 3 Oxfords 250 BICE ABXOID Sole Agents Best cup pumpwarranted at J M Riffes Imaytf Queen Annetta anti her band of genuine Gypsies have telegraphed that they will be here at the A O U V Fair Dont fail to meet Queen Annet ta Have Willging to frame your pictures in uptodate style for little money Dont fall to seu the fine electrical display at the A O U W Fair Fa mous Parisian poses plrstque in all their lovliness Nice building lot for sale on Broad way cheap Address Lock Box 181 Stanford vy or call on Judge II C Rice Richmond Ky 12juno5t Tonga the great snake eater and his monster den of serpents and nllljia tore will be seen at the A O U W Street Fair here 17 18 antI 19 J W and L A Ballard shipped Saturday to Cincinnati 3G 900pnun cattle for which they paid 4 jc and 4 830pound cattle which costs them 41c Letcber Witt will remain in bns iness and solicit a continuance of you patronage Temporarily located al Harbers old stand Phone 142 3jul2w Merchants who desire to decarae their business houses for the A O U W Fair will find a large and varied as sortment of flags banners bunting c at E O Wines JOe gets wall paper for J5c JO to 15 for 5c others for 3 to 4c Largest stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky Geo M Willging Chicagos celebrated Mid will be time compared with the Midway at the A 0 U W Fair here July 17 18 and 19 Sport pleasures pastirneu and gomes of all kinds A galaxy of famous Preach bean ties nil hold the board in the French Folly Theatre to be seen at the A O U W Fair here July 47 18 and 19 Scenes inGay Paris will be vividly reproduced For high rradebotecall on J MRiffeat reasonable prices Also all kiods of pump hydrants bath tube and mtt sup plies All kinds of material and high fratfe pkmbinf- Jmaytf STRAW HATS+ + + ++++ + Every Popular Style lx E snow by far the best assortment of Hot Weather Hats Also the best values in Lexington Roughand Split Braids Mackinaws and Cantons in Yacht and Fedora Shapes or the Soft Rolling Brims KflSue1 LINEN CRASH HATS the coolest thing in Headgear in 25Shapes C UMMBR UNDERWEAR The New Flowing End Bows ill Grenadines Silks and Satins New Club Ties 25inHandsCI MILLER BROSLexington Ky 50000 feet of 3ply hose at reduced prices at J M Riffes Iraaytf Slate Lick Celebration Auctioneer W P Prewitt sake us to announce that there will bo a Fourth of July celebration at Slate Lick this year Arrangements have been made to entertain a big crowd Colorado Excursion Ticket via the Queen Crescent Route to Colorado and Utah points at reduced rates account summer Excur Klons Ask ticket agents for particu late W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Letcher it Witt will remain in bus lucas and solicit a continuance of your patronace Temporarily located at Harliorw did stand Phone 142 1112w Must be Settled Freeman Bros take this method to notify all those indebted to them that their accounts are made out and must be settled July Save further expense by heeding this walning june 26tf Avoidvexatious delays poor materials and workmanship by having Willging with his force ofskilled mechanics to do yonr painting and papering Summer Excursion to S Dakota and Minnesota Via Queen Crescent Route at very low rates Tickets will be on sale July IstOth and Sept IstUili final limit Oct 3Ut Ask ticket agents for par ticulars Strayed From the owner noar Valley View a dappled yellow colored mule 3 year old 13 hands high Any one giving infirmation that will lead to his recovery will be suitably rewarded ALEX DOUGLAS Willgings paints mixed ready for use in all shades and colors made and sold by a practical painter to eachspecific paint for specific purpose Attention Sir Knights There will be a called conclave of Richmond Comuianderr No 1J on July 4 1001 at 3 oclock pm for the conference of the orders of Red Cross and KnightB Templar A J HiGGivd Recorder Give the Clerks a Rest Richmond merchants should follow the example of the Winchester mer chants audclose their stores early in tl evening during the heated term It would certainly be a concession that the clerks would appreciate Who will start the movement Court Day Altogether there were not 500 cattle on the market lion Monday and trad ing was exceedingly dull few sales be lug reported Prices ranged from 3j to 4 cents for feeders There were no horses or mules on the market A smallcrowd was in town and but little business was transacted Willging will save you money on everything in his line and give you the best suited for the specific purpose Try him Saturday Night Train to Estill Beginning last Saturday night the Louisville aud Atlantic Railroad will from now on until the close of the sea son run its Saturday night train throuh- to Estill Springs This will give Richmond people an opportunity to spend Sunday at this quiet rest giving resort and get back Monday morning iu time for busiueis Pnf Clark to bIJ Made Superintendent Yesterdays Lexington herald says that Prof J D Clark will succeed M A CaKsIly as Superintcndentof Fayetie County Schools Mr Casaity haying tendered his resignation The Herald speaks highly of Prof Clark and his many friends in Richmond where ho i8 deservedly popular congratulate him upon his success the Streets of All Nations The Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1217 will be bet ter this year than even before While all tire old features are still used niany new crieS have been Installed Intact at an enormous expense the Botock Ferari Midway Carnival Co have fitted up this show until it surpasses any ever witnessed Woe seen it and we know Decorate Your Premises CitlaeaB ad business mel generally Bh aW decorate their sores and rest ckeeee during the AO IT W Fair MrE C Wiae has reeeiv d a larg gtopply Of kiMiiKM Jbw fwtOMnittga Ac fir ioonitre ptirXttMtwii he IK selling Ml rock bottom price For a jiittAl aAount you can AiakeYQDr store ye siidence pregeat a fwr attractive kParaiia Beauties For All t We lure the best lowers that can be produced Our Floral Decorations are beauties We poness- and practice the necessary KNOW HOW in ar rangrg Each order receives onr personal at tention BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY hENRY L PERRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everywhere Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky apr7tf Letchor Witt will remain In bus iness and solicit n continuance of your patronage Temporarily locatedat Harbers old stand Phono 142 3jul 3w Per Sale A fine Jersey cow and calf For particulars call on J B Stouffer 3julytf Summer Encampment cl State Guards The Kentucky State Guards includ leg Captain Frazees company of this city will probably camp this summer at Grayson Springs Dripped Dead June Covingtona former Richmond negro who went to Mt Sterling some citylastthe Richmond colored band Office Removed Dr J W Harris has moved his office from the State Bank Trust Co build ing to the suite ofrooms over B L Middlctcns drug store formerly oc cupied by Dr A Wilkes Smith Fair Dinners During the A O U W Street Fair Inly 17 18 and 19 the ladies of the First Presbyterian church will serve dinner in the rooms back of White Gibsons store Full meal 25 cents First Street Failure A Dinella who for some tlmo has conducted a confectionery on First street assigned Thursday to S flineila of Winchester his cousin His liabilities are placed at 700 with assets of about 400 Alter Schools School teachers and school trustees were as thick here Monday as au Inmmal leaves in Volumbroso and judging from the secret caucuses a good deal of wire pulling was being indulged in- Principal ol a Colorado School Mr 0 C Crooke who left here several weeks ago for Colorado writes to his brother Attorney Harris Irooke that he has been chosen Principalof the graded school at Glenuwod Springs Colorado at a nice salary Mr Crooke Is a graduate of Central University manyfriendsto hear of his success Reduced Rales via L and One and onethird fare for round trip to all points on L N July 2 3 and 4th good returning until July 8th On the night of July 4th a special train will leave Lexington at 1030 p m con necting at Winchester with train arriving hero at 11 25 p m One fare for round trip to Cincinnati July 4 5 and Cth final limit July 14th account Christian Endeavor Convention These tickets can be extended to Sept 1 Will Close at 7 P M williseason our store will close every day excepting Saturdays at 7 p m prompt ly On Saturdays we will not accept orders for ciehvery afier 8pm We have adopted this rule in justice to our employes and trust that you will kindly cooperate with us by making your purchases accordinglyMost THE LANQDONCKEASKY Co june262w Jew Law Firm Messrs J Talbott Jackson and K E Roberts have formed a lawpartner ship and opened an office on First street over Thurman Grocery Com panys store As City Attorney Mr Jackson has already established quite a reputation as a criminal lawyer while Mr Roberts has made n specialty of civil practice They are among the most promising young lawyers at the local bar and together will make a strong firm The CIIHAX predicts for them a largo and lucrative practice Threw Fire Crackers in the Audience Will and Boyd Chenault John and lieu Newton all colored were arrested last week by Deputy Sherlffa Colyer and Terrill charged with disturbing a colored church entertainment held re cently near Foxlown It seems they amused themselves by lighting fire crackers and throwing them among the audience to explode frightening the women and children All gave bond for their appearance at their examining trial July 6 except the two Cheuanlts who in default of same were sent to jail Mass ol Electricity The most thrillingapd daring performance witnessed in the past decado is the Electric High Wire Ait The wire is charged with volts of electricity and the body of the performer is a sizzling spatt ring mass of sparks the whole making the most brilliant and blinding illumination possibleto imag ine Many acrobatic feats are per formed in conjunction with this mag nificent spectacle and it will be seen for the first Limo fu the South at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Car nival Aug 1217 This feature is ab solutely free Eastern Judicai District On last Monday the law dividing Kentucky into two Federal districts went into effect nnd the now court was sworn in at Covington Madison will be in the new Eastern district and Judge AM J Cochran of Mitysville ill decide all e aes from this county The Eastern district bias 55 counties and Jude Cockran will sit in Fraak fort CoviBRtiHi Richmond sad Lon don S J StMfiyof Lfexiutfiui M tIre Marshall Jaa HfJ lMl1yot 8rhoir MItdlilt bQt wilt not be until in tbo fallr WE WANT MEN Who are interested in good Clothes to know where to best buy the best Come and see our lavish showing of new suits straight from the best Clothes makers in America These suits ll1SIevery our price isf always the tQ For reliable merchandise No marking up in order to mark down but one to all in the beginnigS 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 450a suit f SHOESAre better when youve tried them Covington Bunts SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR f f t t State Colored Teachers Association The State Colored Teachers Associa tion will convene at Berea tomorrow Prof Carver of the famous Tuskegee Ala Institute will be one of the speakers One Fare to Cincinnati Low rates via the Queen Crescent Route account Christian Endeavor Convention July CthlOth Ask ticket agent for particulars W C Rincar son G P A Cincinnati Charged With Theft A warrant wassworn out Thursday against Thomas and William Leeks of the Red Lick locality by A Darbroaky the First street merchant who charges that the accused stole several doliais worth of goods from his store Another Dividend The Blue Grass Building Loan As sociation of Lexington which failed some years ago has declared another dividend of ten per cent making 70 per cent in all Thus Is about all that will be paid A good deal of the stock was held in this county One Fare to Detroit Tickets wilt bo on sale from all stations via Queen a Crescent Route July 23rd25lh good to return until Aug 2nd account International Con vention Brotherhood of St Andrew Aek ticket ag nth for particulars Pize Winners Miss Theo Hemphill daughter of Judge J C Homphill of Lncaster carried oil the first prize a diamond ringsin the elocutionary contest at Stanford last Friday The second prize a gold watch was awarded to Miss Emma Dearing of Klemingsburg Low Rates to Cincinnati On account of the International Christian Endeavor Convention the Louisville and Atlahtic railroad will sell tickets to Cincinnati July 4 5 and 6 with final limit July 14 at rate of one fare for the round trip 011 BROWSING General Manager Out ol Journalistic Harness Mr Robert E Litle has resigned as local editor of thoPantagrapli and will leave shortly for North Carolina where he has a good position For the pies ent Prof Robert Crow is doing the local work in Sir Littles place and the columns of the Pantugraph Ehow that he not only has a nose for news but the ability to dish it up in a read able manner New Fraternal Order Grand Deputy A A Nolan of Atlanta Ga has been here several days in the interest of the National Union a fraternal order with the insurance feature attached So far ho has se cured 10 members and will establish a lodge here within the next ten dsye The National Union contains many ex cellent features and its rapid growth is indicative that it Is founded on right principles NoticeSOn account of our air Thurmans bad health we will offer Our entire stock of groceries at cost We will sell any amount to any one at wholesai cost Hope the people will give u their patrese whil hwJ goods ary giiitig Call ed etor pefes KestEetfuhlyS THUKITAN GnooidtrCo PrHdtclose out whole Stock to Bhyflna wanting tOStotntQbllntiJ ihft boon w ccupy will alai bt fur tut JuueifU Ili Notice On account of our Mr Thurinang bad health we will offer our entire stock of groceries st cost We will sell any amount to any one at wholesale cost Hope the people will Jive us their patronage while theso Roods are going Call and ret our pricesRespectfully THUUMAN GROCEKY Co Or we will close out whole stock to anyone wanting to po in business The house we occupy will also be for rent june20tf Should be in the Senate Commenting on the call for Col W Caperton of this city to make the race for the Legislature the Lancaster Record says he is too great a mart for such a place and should be sent to the United States Senate or given some place of equal importance Roads Completion Assured A Versailles dispatch says Presi dent James P Amsden lilts concluded the Hale in New York of 1000000 of five per cent Louisville and Atlantic Railroad bonds which insures the im mediate completion of that road to Beattyville the capital of Leo county Damaged by Lightning During the seyere electrical storm Thursday morning the residence of J M Baldwin on Collins street was struck by lightning but not seriously damaged Quite a number of tele phones were burned out and several persons in various parts of town more or kss shocked Fatal Sunstroke Thomas D Brcnnon of Lexington while working with au L E survey hug party near Beattyvillb last Wed nesday was overcome with heat ami died a few hours afterwards He Was a wellknown and popular young man being a brotherinlaw of exMayor J Hull Davidson of Lexington 0 U Ws Parade- In order to better advertise their Fair to the courtday crowd the A O U Ws came out in their caps and white pants Monday headed by tire Rich inond Military band und carrying banners paraded the streets making a Hue appearance After the parade they were photographed in front of the post office Grand Industrial Parade The grand industrial parade in which every merchant in town will have a gorgeously decorated float and which will be over a mile long will be one of the features of tim A 0 U Vf Fair und sill boworth coining hundreds of miles to see Three fplcl lid bands will take part in this magnificent spec tacular panorama Fourth el July at Valley View Editor James L Sowers of the Argent was here Monday distributing flaming red white and blue hand bills enumer ating thn multitudinous attractions promised at the big Fourth of July celebration at Valloj View next ThurS- day The program embraces every thing from an oldfashloned country reel to a steamboat excursion IB ad- cfri4ee there will be oratory galore and tfte toy will wind up with a magnffl twttt dbpfar of fireworks file Yal1 Vkw opinever mIe tliiilw by iujvef ad the Sifht IhbuMud people who aPe xpejtedt will b6 Ukeii car pIi n i iuils iiaa JoihnrdflH Od1illd- ndp time Glorious Kcuru t tbi lJO1tI hull i DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING AN hAt- E I OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS 1L ff 1 BUSY B I CASH STDR Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard of slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale Ve are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and u 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 steel of our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were S15 anti SIS are now S9 to Sl1 Suits thatwere 10 to 1250 are now 650 to SS Suits that were 750 to SU 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 Whei 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 big a stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We lore 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 ivail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt weIi OLIJIIAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Two CullingSrapes In a quarrel over a game of craps here Sundayafternoon Mose White col ored porter t NeDs billiard parlors was stabled several times by Leslie Estill and dangerously wounded Later in the day Happy Black used his knife on Crazy Totn Scrivncr Inflicting an ugly but not serious cut in the leg Soulhdowns Sold Messrs Smith k Powell of Red House sold to W A Killingswortb of Mississippi ten yearling ewes and two rams receicingl5 each for the ewes null 20 for the rams They also sold to W B Smith of Lontaana ft ram for 25 These sheep were all purebred Sonthdowns ol the celebrated C M Clay stock and were shipped last Friday Opening Ball Manager Bob Thomas writes us that tIme opening ball at Eatill Springs will be given Friday evening July 5 Special rates will be wade at the Springs Hotel from Friday until Monday This resort under Mr Thomas capable management is becoming one of the most popular In the State and a largo crowd from Richmond and other towus will no doubt be in attendance at time- opening ball Sues the City ol Lexmqton ExUouucilinan A J Ootz of Lex ington who is a brotherinlaw of Attorney A C Wells of this city has filed suit at Lexington against the city fjr 5000 for damages sustained by the recent fire there when his cooperage plant was destroyed which he alleges was duo to criminal negligence of the city in not equipping the fire department with proper npparatvs to light fire County Sunday School Convention The Madison County Sunday Kcbopl Convention will be hold in time tabernacle at Berea Wednesday July 31 State Secretory K W Fox of Louis ville lroF C M Neal of Danville Miss Nannie Leo Fraaicr of Louisville who superintended the primary in struction at the Lexington Cbautauqua and other notables wilt be present An interesting program Jias been prepared and a large attendance ia lonkod fur Narrow Escape Front Drowning Dr Harry Blanton of this city had ft Harrow escape from drowning at Qtays Ferry last Monday afternoon With some friomla lie was bathing in Kentucky rivet whit he was seized with Jemripi He gigMlid hiacom- pealO for l1ghqttbe j thinking hew ftrnfekfog with thepaidJ6M t ia tolD HwlfI sittwied sad tU H when Mess laavimsMid fttCo1llnllhtq of the party ruWfd I UU aktauiTp a boat aUl bruuaUt him safely Vf show It WUi Otttlths before he resIi4 ozsoiou iez i ijrS Georgetown Won Georgetowns representative Mr A K Wright won first honor in the Chautauqua Oratorical Contest at Lox ington Fridav receiving as a prize 75 in cash MrCIaik Tandy was awarded second prize 25 in cash Mr Elliott Poo Smith Richmonds representative made a fine showing but a heavy storm coming up shortly after he began to speak spoiled the effect of hw otherwise splendid effort Danville Scared Over a False Rumor The Danville Newsof last Tuesday contained the following A rumor was going the rounds yesterday in this city to the effect that the consolidation scheme of Centre College and Central University had fallen through The News reporter saw proper authorities this morning anti found that Ihqro was no foundation whatever for the rumor Time rumor was that Centre College had abandoned thescheme on account of Central being so heavily indebted The monny question has nothing to do with the consolidation it is simp1y a combiningof Presbyterian interests for mutual benefit of both Northern and Southern churches The Consolidated Boards will meet in ouisvillo next Tuesday at hich time the consolidation will bn made a thing in fact L Extension to bo Rushed to Completion The Louisville Atlantic railroad CR N I B is to be built to Beatty yule at once The Powell County NewasaysSMr A T Sabin recently with the Illinois Central railroad has been appointed chief eusrineer of the L A nnd he was instructed to place con tractors on the entire work and push il to completion by January 1 1902 if possible The part now to be con structed runs along the Kentucky river and will open up vast tracts of coal and timber lauds The section opened by time new road will be a splendid one for salmillsilesEGGS Thurman always pays the highest cash market pricu for eggs hides and feathers Call mid see him next door to corner of Main and First streets IMfebtf For Sale I ofler or sale privately mynwidence antI two acres t f land on West Main street There uro eight rooms bath ronnT ami hallJind all neceSMry nut Imilding incjndiiiK threa eirttunm For further particulars eahiin or Mlf drws Ir G W Kvaiw or tin nnd meJMl5SP t1n SJjoIrK 2janlyr WioclMtoltd Ky Mo Came 47fwas umsabI- I od I 1Iihti Pnmsks tJtlIIaqN asi Re 1H11kli he1slui Plmi1rrtjijJ iI t1t the wont tilIithtt0 A 15 L Iai4eitGll 4t1L Dr Whites Electric Como Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OKRA C hAter State Agent S2ifeblyrA penurious north side man was so affected by a charity sermon the other Sunday that he borrowed dollar from his neighbor and put it in his own pocket Theres a story of a farmer and his son driving a load to market Of tIme team they were driving one won a steady reliable old gray mare the other a fractious balky black horse On the way the wagon was stalled and the pullVhmailter man Well said the fatherhJ guess well have to lay the gad on the old ray That homely compliment to women Tue rav mares the bet ter horse suggests how often when theres an extra strain to be borne it is laid on the womans back How often she breaks down at last under tho ad lied weight of some last straw Wo men who are dragging along wearily through life can gain hal strength by the use of Dr Pierces Golden l Discovery It puts hack in concentrat ed form time atrength making material whirh workinic women nee up more rapidly than it can be restored by Nat ure in time ordinary process of nnuriHh rfieiit and rest Dr Pierces Plensanl diets are universal favorils with wo inch because they are easy to take and thoroughly ftrclivA in curing the con inences of constipation The fool man and the wise trout are slow at catching on This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier n B It Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will giveaway 10000 treatments B B B will positively euro all blood anti skin trou bles ulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swellings pim pies boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison af feeLing throat or boncsraucons patches cnnrer swellings persistent pimples or warts B BB makes the pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and Stops nil aches and pains Unigeists lfocftea treatment addfessBloQd Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trots blo amid lice medical ad v Ira given until cured II B B cures old deeseated cases that refUHe to heal under patent medIcines or doctors treatment n B B composed Of pure botanic dri gB and is tho finest blood purifier in the world- 1 Putcide via time cigarette route can hamdiy lie calledlicrh1e Totter aaHHhawia and Ecse 1Jtc1iiRt3aaber1aB s Ey and Skin Oiiitt MaRy very bM ZMef Me1 persa catly cured by it ji U 4Mttr eAoimt for Hdung piles MC 4 Iwroa HmedJuti1ONaiNIeeum ta rss1s J6oe pSC box Itr 0t4I C wHltm Pinvitrii art lost wbb hone Dee wMa fat bad a4tti n Tonic 1JoodpurileraIM ixmltafye They an nU teat b t oiwliclnw and tilt tost lii to ml tan to prim ounolU PrIma 8ft e p Stops tho theCordLaxative Bromo Qiinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 23 cents Marriage and death notices are imply business advertisement One her aMt a new copartnership and the other a dissolution TO CTTBE A COLD lIT ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund time money fit zdgimatureisA woman does as she pleases during courtship and after marriage her bus band does as he pleases Life Likijoyous one Persons that can rarely or never make it in honesty to themselves unfortuuateThevmore than to be To live is to be equlIItheppllifedue that has made thonsans ofpecile men and women well and strong has bestowingtimecine is HotxlsSarnaimrilla Thuweak rundown or dnbilitated from any muse should not fail to take it It ehanlPBexistenceabounding We are glad to these words in its favor to the readers of our columns ISiunlm The factory man who sings at lila work lets up with hw whistle e8lf genulnftLaxativebe remedy that enrea a eeht In one dRy The artist isnt necessarily dangerous because his designs are baiLSSOUZTBZK KXW They cure dandruff hair Jailing ntdd oc1u etc cosis tho MIlle Beau owirlufofllyPeople everywhere has bwa intro Yil11uYrUlllbon wommilerfill tobreaksatifpcibm E5cIJvestlsoftt Sae wanted notice in this paper Ad DecaturIUiE iufrircEeathe DOYOUW ro n your REAl A or t OAi 8TOCH flle4 o- IO1 bim or erhisit avkmtmlof Ptfr1yVlO lthi ilti j t4nX iI 1Aic t41x Itisrlu i hIbit iI Call in and renew your subscription to the CLIMAX Vi6EMEN VINE rermaDe fly Resfered gold with Written EasIQutckll Guarantee to cure eryou1 Debltltr ln omota Falllni Memory md ninciwei anti Sit mailing from carlr cr later oQtcuiptofprlcrho PITTSBURG g iCENTRAL STOCK YARDSlim EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New York andall Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention EVERY WEEKDAYSIDION Wcatnei ODONNELL General Mgr Tn DU n rn Mutu l Inv lm nt D OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is less than 7 years old and has a greater premium income to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company The Aunt Paid In Living Benefits 380000Amount Placed In Reverse and Surplus 520OO0O Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life this Company otters special advantages 7s SMITH BOWMHNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MUS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky 89tH ae8efiI I0 PLOWS I j 8 III f+ ++ 4 Mf I The season has arrived when the farmers aro in search of PLOWS and other Farming Implements and that thosn In need of such may know that wo are still catering to the wants of this class we call attention to our line o- fVulcan Plows7New Western Disc Harrows1Cultivators Barlow Corn Hardware Planters Stoves Tinware Tin Roofing and Guttering a specialty W D Buckley Tinner Call and our stock before buying elsewhere TAYLOR BROS C E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and Trens L M WARE General Manager Tne Jf1oi Gu rauty urety o Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market s jA The BEST because it willmake you the Most Money t M- MPLOWS ttI It is BEST because l- t there is no high ratio 3 for J business on our Books It requires LESS money to complete an Investment in The Jefferson than in any other Company MAGNETIC NER examine vlrluallyGroundA trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The Jefferson NOME OFtICE No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED 1858 OEO W MORRIS Pre W W KITE Vice Pre TBB MUTUAL LirE 1NAJOLOQJ OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky THvJd TreisJMhenry A Uodge Supt Agencies Kentucky 28bT1ItPLU8Increase in Surplus 15097432 JZItMjtEcpendltnresExcess Income over expenditures an CM n I ImnalK ii Fwce 8ece kr I t I4j JI J H KENNEDY tnL ftllI1tyRICHMONDtKY LANDrSTOCKAKD CROP Sales of two cars of cattle at 540 and 12 800 pound heifers at 320 are re ported m the Paris News The Danville Advocate notes the sale of several bunches of lambs at 5c and a lot of butcher cattloat Sic Wheat cutting beganiin Mercer Mon day morning and the crop will be short as tho fly and the heavy rains have done considerable damage liar rodsburg Sayings In Cynthiana Monday cattle sold low from 3c to 4o for heifersaud 4Jc for steers no hogs on tho market Horses sold fair averaging from tfO to 200 Npsbeep and no mulo colts offered Cattle generally were of inferior quality klond of 500lb cattle sold on the Chicago market the other day at 630 the top price of the year Hogs weigh ing from 233 to 302 lbs sold same day ot ili to 60 Two loads of hogs weighing 200 to 207 pounds sold at 1C 25The Bourbon News offers this remedy to stop the ravages of the little striped bug on watermelon and encumber vines use fine sand or turnpike dust In which a little coal oil has been sprinkled and well mixed Sift a little on and around tho vines occasionally- A liberal spoonful of common salt sprinkled on growing cabbage will wholly exterminate cabbage worms It should be applied about sun down and ten days or two weeks between times as long as the cabbage stands on the ground rho salt prevents rot also and bleaches the cabbage to creamy white The touiperatureconditions last week were favorable in nearly all parts of the country and the crops are progress jug rapidly The corn crop in the Southern States with the exception of Texas is doing well while cotton is showing some improvement The win ter wheat harvest has advanced under favorable conditions There were only about 75cattleat the Lancaster stock pens Monday says the Interior Journal and very few sold A mixed lot of steer and heifer calves brought S13 and some cow stuff 2cA bunch of hogs sold at fic and some sows and pigs at S10 to 18 There was little or no trading in horses and mules The crowd was unusually small Tobacco growers can do very much towards heading off cutworms by using the following formula in their newly planted tobacco fields says an author ity Add a spoonful of Paris green to two quarts of sweetened water and stir in enough bran to make a stiff mash Put a spoonful of the mixture noside the young plants and the work is done It will save planting and uneven tojac co fields not to say a great deal of laborIn Boyle M J Farris sold to Sill n Weil of Lexington 85 export cattle fo July delivery at 5 centsTimege era opinion is that wheat will not make over half a crop Much damage is b ing done by rust occasioned by ie continued wet weather and mal y crops injured by flyJoe Irvine told iuu fat hogs to John Webb to be dei red in July at 5 centsW L Caldwell sold 71 hogs to D N Prewitt at 550 per hundred E PFauiconer bought about 100000 pounds ot tobacco at from 4 to 10 centsScott G Burton sold 3000 pounds of tobacco at Scents Danville Advocate Time Kansas Stato Agricultural College has just sold in Kansas City 126 calves 12 months old These calves were taken at weaning time and put in feed lots and fed the same as fattenning steers are usually fed They gained an aver age of 400 pounds each and held at the top market price Time remarkable feature of this experiment is that it ro quired only 500 pounds of feed while in ordinary feoding1000 pounds corn are required for 100 pounds of beef On this account this experiment prom ises to brine about a radical change in tho methods of producing beef on Kansas farms WINCHESTER COURT Court day at Winchester last Monday was one of the dullest there in a long time says the Sun There were only about 300 cattle at both the Scobeo and Wade Stock Yards Some of the sales wero as follow One yoke of cattle 80 16 steers weight 500 pounds 370 15 heifers at 2650 each or about 4c a lot of good 500 pound heifers 4C 13 yearling cattle weight pounds 4e a sew and eight pigs 35 a yearling bull 25 Cows brought from 35 to 50 mules from S120 to 30 The Danville Advocate reports the sale of 1000 bushels af wheat lasf week at 60 cents Few Buffaloes Thirtyflvo years ago the buffalo ex isted on the prairies of the United States by the million A few months ago a buffalo census was taken and revealed that only 1024 now exist Of this number 781 are In captivity and 340 In a wild state Some one lias scored a failure in trying to interview Grover on the third term question Some body should have given him a steer that Grover was strongly opposed even to second terms before his first election in Two Minutes manaintHekeepsway he lunches that way lie contin ues this HHtil his stomach breaks down and nature compels him to go slow theirdigestion Discoveryaof the stomach ands of digestion meretemporaryre1ieft urWsaFor alE tow I ir l with hlchJnftlrQthe Coya1Ow cartlosdofroiNsou uII a tay Workolild MY1 pcIiisdbvga t i DrlienuGOtd redial DisomTrIyau4 1eIJcta Ia aduM d Be battleibegatPylitctoDr Pun 1eUewe bWouliaae ka AWORTBYSUCCESSOR Something Now Under the Sun All doctors have tried to cure CA TARUH tho use of powderp acid gases inhalers and drugs in pasteform Their powders dry the mucuous membranes cauin them to crack open and bleed The powerful acids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who Las for many years made a close study and specialty of tho treat IlCrfectedused not only relieves at once but permanently cures CATARRH by re cause stopping the dis charge and curing all inflatnmntiou It is the only remedy known to science that actually reaches the aillicted parts This wonderful is known as SNUFFLES time GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dohiareaeh package containing internal and exter tint medicine sufficient for a full mouths treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use SNEFFLES is tho only perfect CATARRH CURE ever made and is row recognized as the onlsafe and positive cure for that annoying end dis custine disease It cures nil inflamma tion quickly and permanently find is also wonderfulfy quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when neclectcd often leads to CONSUMPTIONSNUF FLES win save you if you use it nt once It is no ordinary lemcdy but a complete treatment which is positively guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any form or stage if used according to the directions which accompany each pack age Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy recarding your case without cost to you beyond tho recular price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARKH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of Ono Dollar Address Dept CJoOED WIN L GILES COMPANY2330- and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr Dr I N McCormack who has been at Ilarrodsburg investigating an out hrak of smallpox says the cases have been isolated and there is no danger of an epidemic of this disease in that vicinity The piles that annoy you so will be quickly and permanently healed if you use DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless counterfeits Perry Thomas Mr Richardson of Tennessee says time question is now Should the Con stitution follow the flag in place of Does it follow it The next election he says will be fought in that issue A bad complexion generally results from inactive liver and bowels In all RisersiVe suppostT that Lord Salisbury thinks Unit Great Britain has gained enormously In prestige by the recent surrender of a lot of her crack troops to the Boors CoughCirebydoctorsIZrippo I tool One Minute Cough Come and recovered my health MR E H WISE Madison Ga Perry Thomas SenatorElkins says that the Senate is poor hatching grounrt for Presidents Still the Vice President isnt exactly in the Senate so to speak bydietingdiStEStedrhenlfKodol Dyspepsia Cure will It con tains nil of the natural digestants hence must digest every class of food and so prepare it that nature can use it in nourishing the body and replacing the wasted tissues thus giving life health strength ambition pure blood and healthy appetite jEnny THOMAS It somewhat too unkind to insinuate as ono of our con temporaries does that Admiral Sampson must be a Christian Scientists because he destroyed the Spanish fleet if at all by absent treatmentSpecial Train to Lexington The Lexington Chautauqua Assembly has arranged an elaborate pro gramme for the Fourth of July and no expense has been spared to make it the Banner Fourth of the Assemblys history A fine programme will be presented and every effort made to give all who attend value received for their money In order to give its patrons the best service tho Chesapeake Ohio railway will have its fast Morning Express Train No 21 make local stops at sta tions west of ML Sterling on morning of July 4th and in addition to regular trains will have a special train leave Lexington at 1020 p m for Winches tor Richmond Mt Sterling and inter mediate stations Low rates for round trip will be made If you have never spent Fourth of July at Chautauqua you dont know what you have missed If you have you dont need coaxing to como again GEO W liARXEY D P A Lexington Ky The post office department hiss not yet corrected time willful mistakes anti omissions of Congress by depriving premium giving papers of the sccQnd class mail rates In fact the depart ment seems to have seen a great light and to have realized that Congress is capable of working its own reforms Now Senator Aldrich lins atarted a fight against reciprocity It is a fraud anyhow in Democrats eyes and might just as welf be laid aside But Mr AN drichs action only shows the Repub lican split on the tariff What right lots a nation that docks its horses tails and lets its children ex periment with giant tire crackers arid air guns to prohibit the meek and lowly Porto Ricans from indulging in cockfighting Now the Secretary Gage is after It aly in accordance with time behests of the sugar trusts We should think that he would rest satisfied with the harm he did to American goods in the case of Russia Directors Merriam of time Census re cently directed that his 3000 clerks should all draw their salary after the close of business hours Meanwhile he had his own brought to him by a clerk luring office hours For a man who doesnt appreciate Aaaerican news papers Mr Perio- of t London publtelHw tlie clwrapfefr weekly ot the world Nine tenths el its mailer k lifted outright fvoeai American comic papers MlnUtet IxsbhJBMi think thatiatyjlUtt tktP6T Plo UMM iJlimijtito the mo eondrmd oiti niwt a fdvt months in time UnIted States legation at CorisUhliiiople 1113 to be all thatjie necewary 1dII1 lf t i v RJLIOIOUS The now President of Kentucky Uni versity Lexinuton in Rev Burris A Jenkins formerly Prcbidont of the University ot Indianapolis Ho sue ceeds Rev 11 Linn Cave Loading members of the Christian Church of Gorbin tumid surrounding towns have purchased u beautiful piece of laud containing five acres one mile west of Corbin on which they will at once begin the erection of a largo school building which when completed will be under the control of the Christian Church The main build Ingwill be 50x60 feet ACCOHDIXU to a Denver Colo dispatch a gigantic scheme is under way to transfer the railroads of the United States to the Government Aprom inent Western financier is quoted inI time dispatch as declaring that within a few years the Rockefeller Harriman Vanderbilt Gould and Morgan inter eats would turn over to the Govern ment every line of railroad in the try the Government to pay tIme count value of about 000000000 n of banks controlled by the same inter eats to finance the deal NEWS comes from Louisville that ex Governor Dradley who has just located in that city to practice law has been offered the presidency of a new million dollar trust company to be started there and that he has the matter un der advisement Scratch all of the Republican leaders and ninetynine out of every hundred arc In sympathy with or pliant tools of the nionej power and against the interests of the great common people- Coxnissioxsn JOHX U CIIEVACLTB report of the year 1900 shows that dur lug that time the thirty life insurance companies doing business in the State received as premiums 825GS9GO and paid out to policy holders 217184039 Policies numbering OJG58 were writ ten insuring holders to tho amount of 154818572 The premiums time fire and marine companies amounted to S300900709 and the Josses were lr 70749011 The ratio of the loss wss nearly 57 per cent TUB latest is a potato and onion trust with headquarters in Louisville mlanslcoml1inecorner on hash Chautauqua Time fifteenth unuual session of the Kentucky Jhautaiiqua will bo held at Woodland Park Lexington Ky June 25 to July 5 A program hiss been arranged that will surpass any yet given Some of the most notable lecturers slid entertainers in America have been engaged A great musical program will bo presented and many new and special features Tho detailed program will be mailed to any address upon application to Chas Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky tf At last time Industrial Commission has decided to ask manufacturers whether it is true that they area gelling abroad for less than they sell at home No doubt tho trusts will consider such a question impertinent but ii they re fuso to answer the public will draw its own conclusions Lexington Chaulauqua On account of the Kentucky Chau tau qua at Lexington the Louisville Atlantic railroad twill sell tickets that city June 20th to July Oth inclusive with limit for return July 6th at rate of one and one third fare for the round trip C M BROWXIXK 12june4t General Manager Dowie should have copyrighted his discovery that ho is Elijah A south ern neero is now claiming to be the same thing But after all didnt the Hon Hurry Heath also run into time unwritten law when he named Mr Hanna for the Presidency Cant tho powers compromise that Chinese indemnity on some wasiiee washee basis on tho installment plan Of conree John Bull holds the re cord in cricket What good American cares for surh a fool game Lady fireman should keep a close eye on their hose EGGS AND BUTTER S 0+ 4 We will pay the highest CASH Price for Eggs and ButterAlso desire to purchase for CASH a supply of Hams Bacon and Shoulders s+ ss + I Miller A Bros SECOND ST PHONE 165 RICHMOND KENTUCKY KBNTij KY HAUTAUijUA LEXINGTON June 25th to July 5th Low rates Williamstown to- JnQction City good to return until July 3th j Ask Ticket Agents fut Particulars W C JHXKARSOX O P A CINCINNATI O VILEY THE cTAILORcM- akes Lexingtons a SWELL CLOTHES- In material shape and finish this garments arfe unsurpassed He has just received an elegant blot IWt TED FAIRI From New York and desires to nwke you an Bptodat SPRING SUIT Mr Vil y cuts rwrsOBally nil fhq ekitlies lIa house turns olltHe is eaeily time equal of WAlsh Wiotw or any t ilor west of New York i TRY HIM JIJ IJ WSVILEY MAT ST LFXlNGf ON KY- Ijttebl ycti t 1 Ua S ILEXINTO 5 == CHAUTAUQUA f LOW RATES YIA ll11 illBBaflJ mlJn ia From all Points JUMUOn city ann 1i11ito1 Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars W O RINEARSOM Q P A fCCoRSETMake American Beauties We have them in all styles and shapes to fit every figure andevery corset issold under this most liberalwarrant Money refunded after four weeks trial if corset is not J satisfactory Look for this Trade Mark on inside ofcorset and on box KALAMAZOO CORSET CO Sole Makers Kalamazoo Mich FORSALEBYw ismaysm Doyfesville Ky HALF RATES Plus 10- 0DAILY TO BUFFALOAND Big Four Route AfTordintr an opportunity tovisit tho Rainbow City- PanAmerican Exposition Niagara Falls Round trip tickets to Buffalo aimtlre turn will he sold every day including Sundwy commencing Suno 18tat rule One Faro plus SI for the round trip Return limit ten days from date of sale Popular coach excursions leave Cin cinnati every Tuesday morning In June on fast schedules at rate of onecrnt a mile return limit two days from date of Rale allowing two full days at Buffalo STOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo Niagara Fails and Chautauqua On Tickets to New York Boston 3i atgatem tcts Union depot connections in Cincinnati avoiding omnibus transfers 4Fast 1l Daily 4 Hour8 Quickest Choice ofLake Rifle between Cleveland and Buffalo on Gr k JJ SleaiueiB Call on or write Agents Big Four for full i n forma ti oil cireuUrs of the Exposition etc itJte WAWEftJ LYNCH W P gRfi Seal P M A Vt AiS AG Aar I B ftC1NOIKMATIO C f AgeptCatlUMogk dc1 F To get ft really good cup et coffee yon have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding InAKBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get ArbucklesRoasted Coffee for It is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesIdes being better flavored more satisfying YOi will findalMc wefol arti alt in each package of AriracUes Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yours when 10iR1ecton condition that you rend to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers ARBUCKLE aRcs Notion Dept New York City NY u KoddDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing tLe exhausted digestive or gans It the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can aproach it in efficiency It in permancntlycuresDyspepsia SlckfleadacheGastralglaCrampsancjall Prepared by E C DeWitt A Co Crjtcogo For sals by Perry Thomas Low Rate Excursions to Colorado and Utah EVERY DAY Via BurlIngton lnntr commencing June 18 through the summer Micso will be the lowest rate summer RockyMountainis one ONE FARE PLUS S2 for the round trip but on certain dates for in stance from July 1st to 9lb inclusive Lower than Half Rates are Offered The liurliiiuion Home is the best line the main travel line to Colorado This is a rare chance to get an ont fnfr in thU magnificent scenic and de lightful slimmer region The general scheme oi excursion rates is so exten sive anti varied that inquiries or details should be made of the nearest ticket agent or of time undersigned Do us time favor to write for information printed matter etc ITO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for time public as well as Epwortli Leaguers Less than half rates Get berths early in the Burlingtons special through tourists sleeper to San Fran cisco leaving daily July tRim to 13th imigimtfrom throughScenic CaliforniaEvery Wednesday per inHXCUrSIOnSers same route as above Send for descriptive folder W II SHAW L W WAKELY DPA4O6VInoSt GPACincinnati O St Louis Mo HOWARD ELLIOTT Gen Manager 8U Louis Mo 6mariyWail Paper Paints Hi Right Goods Right Prices are the essential factors to be considered in the buying of gooods of whatever nature We guarantee the former andourquotationswiIlestab lish the latter on everything in the line of Wall Paper Picture Frames Window Shades Paints Oils Varnishes and Glass Largest stock in central Kentucky loM liilgiigM- amrfattreifIofall kinds of Pwnts for all kinds of P rpqs s EstAaL1sH D187rP Any one need inga Sewing Machine will find the StandardAnd Norwood Time only strictly np tndato Sewinj chines on the 1IaI Call in mid amine these goods exI t IIJlf f 1 rREPAIRING AND JCHESA SPECIALTY PIN I V E tANE D aT tAact All Work Guaranteed Main Street- RICHMOND KY JJY close careful inspection you our ot RefrigaratorsIce PricesI THE STANDARD D1 B1AKELTOD COMFAY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY PREE I TTTTT forget to ask for the Consumers Merc- hantsBENEFIT SCRIP CUSTOMERS TAKE NOTICE That for every Cash Purchase of ONE DOLLAR from ar Merchant whose name appears below entitles you to 5 Per Cent ScripWhich they will accept for Five Cents on every CASH PURCHASE OF ONE And take Spicial that the Merchants who beloiiR this Asrii- are time most wide and keel time best selected Stock of Goods ami aro time LOWEST The ClImaxJob Printing 1IarnesPerryCoviuqton Arnold A Bro Groceries Douglas Simmons Hardware D P ArmerJewelryDentist 8may2m THE NEW and will find line Water Coolers 8 5 4 AL FREE and a DOLLAR Xolice to awake prices Dr D II Myers Lnml L n Blanton Owen McKee OjW SOldhanFurntnrCovlngton BanksI1hir-John Allman Mti1 Richmond Carriage Works fIt1 iNLONE DOLLAR A YEAF TONGUfLfSS CULTIVATOR CLAIMS The advantages possessed by The New Departure over all otner Cultivators are very numerous anal valuable Space will not premit naming all of thfin Briefly DepartureThat it is tho most 1l1l in con struction and easiest operated 2 TIme front or carriage is composed entirely of iron and steel occupieslittle4 It Is more durable and will outlast any other Cultivator 5 It cost the farmer less for repairs 6 It is lighter and requires less draft from tho team x 7 It has no down draft or side pressure 8 It causes no sore necks or galled shoulders 9 It has no complicated evcnerreacli horse compelled to do his share AroW 10 Uhe pitch of tho shanks having safetypin braces can be toa nicetyV11 It runs steadier over crossfarrows itnd uneven ground t 12 On side bill ground the wheels are tearnby13 It will plow closer to the fences at the ends of rowsV14 It has the celebrated Faitec Sh velIm08tperfectsaUtactionI conhiUouforIII The New Departure having a higher arid wider clearance will BUS oyer 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