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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r y ITii l rRICHMOND CLIMAXI 1 1 i 111 i7 t VOLUME 28 RICHMOND 1901iPROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS IW MILLER ATTOBWBTATLAW KENTUCKYRICHMOND Office n the Burnam Building next door to- rmera National Bank iteMly ScrLLrvAN JA ATTORKKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank ArTrust Co op posito Court Ilonse on Main street F J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKYRICHMOND Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RIChMOND1cgxrucKY SSTOffiee over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY arOllice over Thnrman GrOCery Co11panyu PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURQEOKS KENTUCKY RICHMOND iS and Sec- end CcnimlmiUinCOffice In th oe old drugtorStreet Ole AThue CHAS C HOOKKR x VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty First andon corner W UStreWcbmond Kyav1711 H C JASP3R M D Medicine and Surgery Othce Prather Building lfa Street Telephone at rettenCe the Carr place on roadway tIcHMOSDKEucJcY EVANS M a1W TlIYSlCIAN AND SUnOEoN KENTUCKY RICHMOND DENlAL SURGERY 1tV- ET19T a tt t tQnSQt OF LOOJSTILLB KY WOfflce next door to Government Unildiog RlchmSDd Ky Office nours9 to 121 to 1 novl7ly Dr Louis II Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No liii Madison Avenue Covhiglon Ky will be at Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY AUG 14 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich KymayllyPractice limited to the diseases of the eye Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial 11m ffin BlJi ji1BOnBP n 111 B The ladies cannot be deeeh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wit- hVYhItBAND GIbson1 THE BEST PAPER Published in the United State for Democrat and for ALL readers it th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalT- he equal of many dailies and the superior of all other semiweeklies or weeklies Wednesday and Saturday 101 copies a year you get it for only JOO A YEAR The Wednesday Uine IS oevoted to News the Batnrdsy Issue to Rome MatUJSi A liberal commission to copies cheerfoJlly seDt tree to all WhOWl4 k for them Write to COURIflJOURAL LoutsvIIle Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANOKMENT YOU CAN GET TUB RICHMOND CLIMAX AND TUE- TwiceaWeek CwirierJiirMl Both One Year for Onlyi 150 It Always Stops at EXpiration Jf of Subscription Thlsbloica8kRIMIIpU Iy w isb under tbta c Wo usiNe be atthogbsCtJXAXoi erc i JEWELRY iThe largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and alsotfine t Tewelry Work done by 44Expert Workmen I also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS PINS ETC and Design ing done by a flue Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto Is RELIABLE GOOD AND FAin DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13febly HINDH3ORESTORES Made a Well Man of Me n ultJanJlassesMaihoodgives vigor and size to shrunken organs and 6u inthevestpocketmail in pack I t age wrltlcnguarantc DR JEAN OHARHA hits For sale by Stcckton Hacan Druggists j M IIDW iB Successor to J W AzbilO limy Fed ana sale bDle IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch27ly KENTUCKY We are now dyio- show yon our im mense stock of latest designs in WthZ1- SPperfor Summer and Fall trade Comprising many pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices are + Just Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your WallPa- per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER CO W L LEEDS Painter and Dtcorator Kjantf PHONE 75 +SOUTHERN RfllLWflY OK KENTUCKY Strtttatt Scledilt la Effiet lay 10 lOG ASTDonwn No1 No5 rLv Louisville 7am 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Savanmhi 515 I am Ar Jsceaonville Lv Cnttaegti am- M AtIat Iilan8 Ar Macca 1566m 2pifl Ar JaeHoBIItIe 838roIB M00pI- aLYO i- Ar l4 1I4om Ar MeridienaI tom- Ar NeOrleaH I 1f6S eIght4PiCrCat yi L4x1agtOn aM ClMU NeI free obaerTMt 4St iMi1Uto- IAxlBCOllo I Nee free oserya1O itMi Lx4gton tI LoulSvllk I 4 4epIUS Wr1e ie LokyIt1e- Ti TjXIIB AIUritM 1Ietw6IIIIlLeu1nUko xhwteaaBd 4itR 6fiVef4111eS aeid G4egeIW ee H M4lHally Xoi I ltUilI MPhD4ayJ- teW Vrnliim XIIkIISSTIMS X e4aM JrTIM tltcep iDi- tD1l1 11191 r unti MUg a nlOlrJIPA iI iJlVUrX WijkthtO DC1fDQA- ftalOPL w1liLot1r JQ 1o1 Xi Consolidation Complete ai jjThecontains the following relative to tim completion of the consolidation olfOSj U and Centre Tim consolidation of te Presbyteri institutions Kentucky ia now coin pliptQil Important meetings of tfif boards of the institutions iuterestedinj this movement were hold at Wartel Memorial church yesterday The qlfl boards cf the old Central University and of Centre College met yesterday morning and transacted Rome routine business Tho boards of Danville Seminary and the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary also met and matured certain matters At tho meeting of the Louisville Pres iIlltionslate W T Grout a member of tjig board and its Treasurer from the it Thejtttendance of the members of these respective boards was large and muclfl earnest interest was taken in the pr jceedings J ijthesecution of the articles of ttconsolidation by tile officers and memi bers of these respective boards Tnere were upwards of forty of such signst tures to be affixed to the article Kvorythlng was very harmonious amT satisfactory This occupied the cutirn morning hours These articles will bo filed at Frankfort in a few days In the afternoon the consolidated boards of the new seminary and of the now university met and ratified the action Inken provisionally some time ago in regard to the olflers teacher and couiscs of study in both iiistitur- jions t Tlio officers of tile seininafyIvere elected as follows The Rev JMcBlav ney D D Frankfort Ky President the Rev J G Hunter D D Harrods hurg Ky First VicePresident the Hev S M Neel D D Knnsas City Mo Second VicePresident the Rev William Irvine D D Bowling Green Ky Secretary John StitesLouisville Treasurer Mr Stites is to tako the place of the late W T Grant on the boardSThe faculty of instntction whose elec tion was ratified u as follows The Kev Francis K JJeattle D D LL D in the Schools of Apologetics and Systematic Theology the Hev W Iloge Maiquess D D LL Din the Schools oLIntroductiouiKnglish Bible and Bib heal Theology the Kev Clarence K Crawford A M D Din tho School of Old Testament Literature andExegesis the llevCharlesKHemphilD DLI D in the Schools of New Testament Exegesis and Practical Theology the- Re 0 H B Martin D D LL Din the School of Church History The Rev Thompson M Hawes D Dasso elate in Practical Theology For the next session the faculty has arranged that Dr Martin shall teach ono class in systematic theology that DrHempliill shall teach church1 polity and that Dr Beattle shall take pastoral theology This is a temporary arrange ment which has been made for conve nienceA consisting of the Rey E L Warren D D the Row J G Hunt cr D Dand Col Bennett II Young was appointed to make such changes and addition as may be necessary with tile presenibuildingsas the on arged attendance may require The board also ordered that a statement of the consolidated seminary be printed or general circulation giving full Information in regard to tho institution for the benefit of students ntd friends of thti seminary The ollices of the new Central Uni versity of Kentucky aroasf6IlowsTho Row G H Rout D D of Versailles Ky President and Mr J A Check Danville KySecretary and Treasurer The President of the university is the Rev W C Roberts D D LL D ana the Vice President is the Rev L hL Wanton D D LL A r l The faculty of Instruction is as for lows The Rev Dr W C Roberts ethicsevidences and tlfeBiblpjthe Kev Dr J V Logan civi sand economics and logic psychology and the history of philosophy jllardiu Craig A MPhD English language and Htoratureliistory and ethnology John W Redd A M JrccI language mid literatureSamuel K Check A M Latin language and literature Lucien Waggencr Ph D modern languages and literature Charles G Crooks A M mathematics and astronomy Clarence II Gordon Ph D physic John G Pales A M F G S A jreology and biology i Chase PalmerA MyPliivircieinistry President Itoberfs was instructed to prepace and issue a prospectlis givii all necessary infprniatfon in arlllo- tho consolidated ijsttutionJorenernl circulation in Ih e lIcw After lie Somes ftr 1 he has kardeeough tfrni Every thing that the expectant mother can do to help her She should do One ot the greatest blessings she can give him is h altb but to do this shs must have health her self She should use every mean to improve her physical condition She should by all means supply herself with Mothers FriendIt through the crisis easily and quickly Itiaa which sttengthclavocM Com mon sense will n lihot you that the stronger the niHficles are theIipaintherewilibe WayneIn6aysvosdersfK1BL fnUt GeA for ryourlia u Read this rv ffuMICal It Mothers Friend isa blessing to all women whV undergo tllfeordeal 01 childbirth Get Me4cs rrie attM dray atetv tc fr botlfe neE BlRGJL4TOI CO 5AtIoMis- as ru fotbr Bab1e It university A committee with Dr Roberts as chairman was appointed to proceed at once to formulate plans to raise 200000 for the further cndownment of the new university This proposal was earnest ly indorsed by the board The board also passed a resolution asking that the meetings of the two Synods be held next autumn in Danville and at that time suitable inaugu ration services of the consolidation of these institutions be held In regard to the property interest at Richmond an elficieiit committee ap pointed at the last meeting of the board has been in conference with representa fives of the people of IlichmomI aud negotiations are now well under way by which it is believed that all the mat ters in dispute there will in a short time- S settled inn way satisfactory to all partiesThe next session of the university will open at Danville on tho 11th of September and that of the seminary will begin at Louisville on October 2 Low Bales via Queen and Crescent Route lo The Following Points Montreal N C Christian Workers Assembly July 21 to August 4 On sale July 22nd Rood returning Aug 8 Milwaukee Vja Grand Lodge ilIO E July 23 to 25 Long limit mill low rates MeetingState25 One fare the round trip good returning August 1C Montreal N 0 Montreal Bible Con ference Atigtixt IL to 25 Low rattS good returning August 27 Ask ticket agents for full particulars Now Jessey has prohibited the sale of intoxicants at eummer resorts on Sunday Thins the promising ocrupa lion of discovering sea serpents is dealt a back handed blow DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve should be promptly applied to cuts burns and sea and quickly heals the injured part There are worthless counterfeits be sure to get DaWitts Iziuyc THOMAS Some man missed a good wife when Susan B Antony remained single She savs she would treat a husband firmly but iiumsnelySLow Rates lo the Pan American Exposition Via Queen r Crpscent Route Don theSouthand full information loranytf Now that MrCarnegle lies founded all the libraries and is still in danger of dying rich why dosenthe found some public baths They would bo very welcome this hot weather I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these fnw lines that your Kodol Dyspepsia Curo is without question the bst and only cure for dyspepsia that I have ever come in contact with and I have used many other preparations John lieamMid PqnlllKodolthe natural digestants It will digest all kinds of food and cant help but do von good PERRY THOMAS King Edward was decidedly incon siderate of the wishes of the American contignant in London when he decided to postpone his coronation until next June getcuredkeelyournever gripe but promote an easy gentle action Perry 4 Thomas Professor Starr asserts that tho Jap anese are progressing too fast for their minds to stand tho strain and are thing offin consequence The Japs are not the only ones however DeWlttsLittle givingyouyour body Are easy to take Never gripe PERKY THOMAS After all its the weather we get and not that which is predicted that is worrying ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES fromStatesIIDeVauxments and study succeeded in laolatiog the true Serumtnt1tpxInDeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy treated with the higherpriceThe Company guarantees that the injection of absolutelypreventwill tave at least J percent In case of failure refundedofhogsOne ounce vial sufficient for six hors 100 ChemicalCompanylilaprly Nothing Accomplished No definite conclusion was reached at the conference held last Thursday in Lexington between this Advisory Board of the consolidated college and the committee of Madison county citizens as to what disposition should be inadn of the buildings and grounds here Concerning the conference Fridays morning Democrat says Yesterday at the office of Col W C P Breekinridge a committee met for time purpose of considerinc and if pos iit1s agreeing upon an amicable and satisfactory adjustment of the contro versy arising out of till proposed con solidation of the Central University and Centre CollegeSThe trouble seems to be the claims that have been wade by the county of Madison and at the meeting yester day this formed the solo topic of discus slon Nothing was done in the way of a final settlement although iJ rW It Shackelord ono of the committee stated to a Democrat reporter that plaus hart been brought up several tentative sug gestions made that would enable the committee to arrive at at a satisfactory settlement within a few days He ex pressed himself as being positiye that the consolidation would be amicably effected and that everybody concerned would besal tflllwlth the result The committee is to meet again iu the Bear future although the date has not yet been agreed upon Besides Rev L H Blanton and his private Secretary Mr F A Grosecloee the following citizens from here at tended the conference JA Sullivan R W Miller W Rodes Shackelford R it Burnam and Judge A IL Jurnam ofFraakfortS A Loaiflyilte woman hIWllJlItctl the TeteKraplj Coinpy bee u0e eiw ot her m fiaengen 111 into her while going rapidly along ilie Mr et jvufcntf the boy WM off duty DOCTORS say Consumption can be cUlcdtI alone wont do it Itneeds help Doctors say Scotts Emulsion is the best help But you must hotweatherIf you sampleSCOTT409415 Peart ftreet New YorZ Soc and Jioo nil drnggist Helping A Little When the lays Ire hot and growing hotter And earth is dry as a worn out blotter When the grass is crijp and the sky is copper And more than a burden is each grasshopper When the shrill cicadas redhot voices is A note at which no heart rejoices When at every crack the dust is sifting And gapping hens their wings arc lifting I like to think of the deep snow drifting Of frostbound pond and icicles brittle It helps a little From the American Agriculturist THE HOME GOLD CURE AX INnKNIDUS TKBVniKXr BY ttlllllllU- KUNKAKDS ARE BE1XU CUKhl DAILY IX SIITK Or TIIKM SELVES No Noxious hoMes Mo Wenkrninguf the Stivis A Ilrasunt nit i 1usitivo Cure f r the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness a diseasa and not weakness A body tilled with poisonatul nerves completely uliatternd periodical or constant use of intoxicat lug liquors requires nil antidote capable of neutralizing and enidicatin this poison lull destroying tilt craving for intoxicants StiffeiutrR may now cure themselves at home without publicity- or loss of time from businoss by this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates The faithful use according to directions of Itis wonderful discov cry i positively guaranteed to cure the must iihstinnte ease no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the tnavelons transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR BUS HANDS1 I riiirDRGX CURE YOUR FATHERS This remedy is specificfordevised ami prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it ran be given in a cup of tea orcolrt8 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 and made tern perate men by having tho CURE ad ministered by loving friends and rela tives without their knowledge in coffee theydiscontinuedwill DO NOT WATT Do not bo de luded by ALparent and misleading im provement Drive out the disease at once aud for all time The HOME extremelylowwithin reach of everybody treatment more effectual than others costing 25 to 50 Full directions accompany each package Special advice by skilled physicians when requested without ex tra charge tent any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar Addrpss Pept C 050 EDWIN R GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Al correspondence confiden tial imaylyr General News Daniel S turnout is being talkedof by Democrats for Governor of New York and recent visits to his country homo by D vid B lull have strengthened this talk The expenditure for pensions for the fiscal year ending June 30 was 138531 491 an increase over 1000 of 60354 There are 007834 names on the roll Mayor Harrison of Chicago has or deied a 20 per cent cut in the city expenses and lie also declares that unless assessments are raised the city will not receive enough taxes to meet expenses IjyJanuaryCard From Judge Howard On several different occasions there having appeared ia various papers an item connecting Judge 11 Cloy How ards name with an effort to remove the present incumbent of tho Ceutervillo postofllce who is u woman audacrip pie and to have appinted one ro Montgomery Judge Howard Sunday caused the following 10 be published in the Lexingtop Democrat 1AKts KY July 5ihr 1001 Editor of the Democrat DEAR SIR My aversion to seeking space in the public prints is the reason thatreferences to me in your paper in connectionwill tho Cotitreville post office bayed passed unnoticed It is nut true as stated that I went to Vaqhington with any one for or against any applicant fur that office I did endorse J Montgomery for ai polntment for these reasons It was generally represented by him find by other patrons of tho oflice that its incumbent during aud since the OoebelTaylor contest habitually heaped upon all patrons opposed to Goebel men women and children sucn a torrent of abuse and insult that they could not go in person for mail The incumbent k not a Republican you state Tho above condition of af lairs was generally known and this cussed by those who endorsed Mont gomery Opposition to her and his candidacy were tho claimed rt suit of such conduct Disinterested persons do not misrepresent themselves as haying been insulted- I believed the charges made and thai the Government should not retain an officer who would forbid access where it should he as free as air I had recommended her four years ago il was not however until some week after endorsing Montgomery that I knew of hergreat misfortune Asking the courtesy that you pub Hsh this statement I am truly etc If CIIOwAnn Tlt nimns of the attacks of tilt Nev York Pers on Willis Moore dot tb WeatWbarenu for aiak jwt n att afetl predieUon thathe neve made it ebown by their refusal to pjh hill denial of th same 5 In I Injured by an Explosion Saturdays Lexington Democrat has tile following which will he of interest hereElder Owen Young of this city rep resenting several oil prospectors re turned from Big Hill yesterday where he narrowly escaped losing his lire by a prer ature explosion of dynamite Mr Young and several others wanted to investigate several wells that had been bored out on a farm up there and thy hind been plugged Severnl heavy charges of dynamite were inserted and a fulminating cap was attached to a fuse The explosion nuido jv terrific shock and Kev Mr Young was badly shaken up and came home minus his eyebrows and his hands were burned Ho also came homo minus DO The whole thing was blown up by the roots and what little gas and oil there was in tho well escaped Electric Line Certain In a recent issue tho Lexington Herald says The proposed electric line between Lexington Versailles and Frankfort is now practically assured At a meeting held hero the other day between tho directors of the Blue Grass Kapid Transit Company and certain Iittsbtirg capitalists the arrangements tor thc construction were completed all except tho details Today Judge Al ford went to Louisville to look further into the matter The laris and George town lines itJg said are to be built by a Cleveland syndicate and are almost a certainty Other proposed lines will be taken up as rapidly as possible An effort will be made to get the woik started this year No Use to KickSTime citizens of Madison county cx l cct that H compromise will be reached regardinj the disposition or the grounds and buildings in Richmond which formerly belonged to Central- Umiivorsityrays a dispatch from ISich month We hope some agreement will be reached and that soon contention about the whulo business will c ase Uichmond and her liberal citizens very naturally dislike to give up Central University but it has been decreed nnd they will show their good judgment bj not kicking against the pricks Stan ford Journal Charley Smith an Oil Magnate Since moving to Lexington Col Charles E Smith our former towns man lisa developed into a big capitalist Besides starting an investment com pany we notice that he has just organized the Lexington Gsa Oil and Mining Co with a capital stock of 50 000 to develop leased lands in the Wayne county oil fields Col Smith will bo general manager of the com pany and if they have as good a thing as they think they have our Cholljr will one of these days be a bloated mil lionaire Tins end of the State is well and ably represented on the program of the Kentucky Iress Association to be held at Madisonville Aug 2 W r Walton of the Harrodsburg Democrat being assigned the subject Progress of Interior Journalism in the Past Quarter of a Century and Edgar Albright of the Jit VernonSignal being down for a paper on The Country Weekly as an Auxiliary in Public Improvements Both are good writers and have had rare opportunities in experimenting with a country papcrwhich should enable them to furnish some valuable in formation to tin brethren on these vital topics Hox G G GiLUEUT corrects the re port that he will not be a candidate to succeed himself in Congress and says that ho is not only a candidate but will make a vigorous campaign for the nomination Lieut Gov Lillian Car ter has already announced and there will doubtless be others and a lively time is in prospect- The President it is said has yielded to the pressure brought to bear on him by the protected interests nnd has agreed to abandon his efforts in behalf of reciprocity Of course no real Re publican ever supported so monstrous a proposition as the removal of the tariff on goods on which tho trusts were robbing time country TARVfD HAIR food is it- fe s Slow growth hair comesfrom hairfood The hair has no life It is starved it keeps coming out gets thinner and thinner bald spots appear then actual baldness The only good hair youIcan bilY cd of of Hairrviorjthe roots stops starvation and the hair grows thick and long It cures dan druff also Keep a bottle of it on your dressing table It always restores color to faded or gray hair Mind we say always S IOO letUe AH dntEjkt It have found your hair iger to be the best remedy I hue ever uletl for tile ly hair WM faWae out very bad to I thought 1 would try a toottlo of It I lad used only one bottle and my hair MOJiPM MIIBK oUll1nd it to iiW hlek Mid rAlOYJaOUcTCAIITLEo 18 YookewWV IJtiIf IIIWfe lite IfwHt amd hi boo 1IIe awl ioip Ask Mm say th wIsk bt yosr 15W Tsa will rseMvs a pvo anr tess Mtss JaJCAYL bn 80th SemiAnnual NUMBER elfcBjjJJ1jjJJJjce Sc1e Of the Reliable Clothing House of Louis Gus Straus f Leading Clothing House of Kentucky J4OYears of Honorable Dealings I Prices into Smithereens Cost not Considered Alfred Benjamin Clothing Included in this Sale Our 1200 1000 and 800 Suits at 399 All 1500 Suits now 999 500 Mensf Linen Suits Former Price 350 now 124 1000 Pair of Boys Wash Pants now 10 cents Flannelette Coats and Pants 199 SOur 35c Undershirts and Drawers at 19 cents Largest livingSpecialRichard Shryock Cutter STRAusLdLEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY g The Big Score g ++ + + I We will kinIInk9 your kiudtconsideration 3 to be favored with a call nnd same will bo nppie a elated FORlirsJ TH DIG STERI- CHMOND KY Purchase is your if lid and it BARGAINS I W7E HAVE have only been open in your city one week and are confident from present indi cat ons that we are with you to stay New Goods and Low Prices is what made busy our opening week Our of uptodate Clothing Gents Furnishing g g elt eBoots Shoes Hats and CapsI- s responsible the rush we enjoyed from early opening until closing hours In order to get acquainted with the trade of the city and county we will place on sale until further notice the following articles at prices named jt J t t fr E fMenlMBHH S1000 Allwool Clay WorstedSuite will sell for 7 23- Mens C SO 00 Crtsslmere Suits will sell for 3 75 Mens 12 00 Cheviot Suits will sell for 8 25 FMenV 12 00 Allwool Serge Suits will sell for 0 75 Mens SI500Snits will sell for10 10 Mens 20 00 will sell for 12 75 Mens 300 Pants will sell fur I 25 q CMAnsMens S150 Pantswill sell for 1 00 Mens 100 tfiIiSix are at the 9 toll friends not toll we make Rood us line for late Suits Mens roo Shoes rx Mens SJ50 Shoes for 2 5o Mens S3 25 Shoes for 75 Mens 2 01 Shoes for 25 Mens 125 Shops 5 Ladies 325 Shoes fur J 2 25 1 Jjiilios 2 50 Shots fur 75 Ladies SI 75 Shoos for 1 25 25 Shoes 5 Miss anil Childrens Shoes at your own Inures A fu stock of Shirts at 48 II Musical at your own prices prices 7 Yours for Low Prices and Kind Treatment days intthe week Bargain Days Big Store lorH at1uites uptodate Instruments Main St Ky NEXT DOOR TO MADISON NATIONAL DAN Ifyour satisfactory will fori rucents celltst The Big Store Richmond THE BI T QL What you see in our adyou will find it in our store L A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL If you went to buy a lion whelp you wouldnt accept a kitten as substitute even if the dealer urges you Now dont accept a substitute for LION COFFEE- SIt bound to turn out a common yellow cat with none of the strength of the lion You want LION COFFEE because it Is LION COFFEE If on the other hand you vranra coffee Trhich in order to hide imperfections is highly polished with eggs and other preparations then do not buy 04 JrION COFFEE having price If you doubt this tak4 a single package home and try it ptivelistin uftiltsimpIycupackaga wwdiutbcoQlT iotm la which t1ent teike is aolcfl v WOOLSON fPK CO TOLEDO OHIO I r 4t 1 he Richmond Climax J C CIlENAULThProprietor- A D MILLER Manager n LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1901 POKLISHKU KVKRV WEDNESDAY BY Th 9 Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COUNTY JCDdB N B TURPIN FOB COUNTY ATTOBSBY J TEVIS CO11D FOR ItUBRIPP JOHN F WAGERS FOR JAILER JAMBS a LACKEY FOR COUfTY CLERK JESSB COBB FOR HEFRKIKJtrVTIVG CIIA8 L SBAHOY FOB SOHOOIjSUPUHINTENDEKT J W WAGERS FOB ASSESSOR GEORGE NOLAND FOB SCRVBTOR S F nOOK FOB CORONER CLIHF SAMUELS POR BATOR DAVID n TEnS roLJIIEJUDOlIII FOR CITY ATTOBSHY J TALBOT JACKSON FOR CItIEFOFFOCF- J II ALLMAN FOR MAGISTRATE D P A HER FOR CONSTABLE II F KENNEDY FOR COUNCILMEN COURT HOUSE J W Bales W L Leeds CITY HALL C T Wells E H By bee DNivHitsmr O Q Douglas W L Arnold AUDITOR COULTKU has completed tabulated statements showing that on September 15 1STO and September 15 WOO there was 121807103 in cash on deposit in thn hanks that was not ns Ksied for taxation anti on which Slate and county taxes have not been collect ed The total State taxes due on this omitted property for th EC two years wiuM amount to the enormous sum of i7Sr Sl Oi It is stated that the atten tion of the General Assembly will be ialleil to this abuse of thf revenue laws uf the State in the Auditors biennial report and Gov Beckham in his first message to the Legislature will proba bly recommend amendments to the ex isting laws on the anbject STVTK TKBASUUKK HAGER has re ceived from the Auditor of the Interior Department at Washington a letter advising him that the annual appro priatlon for Kentuckys colleges of agriculture and fine arts had been credited to the State and would come forward in due time The amount is 25000 Ot this 821375 goes to the support of the Agricultural and Me chanical College at Lexington and S3625 to the Colored State Normal School at Frankfort THE new Election Commissioners for Kentucky have been commissioned by Itovernor Beckham They are C B Ioyntz of Maysville Democrat James C Wright cf Newport Republican and Sam J Shackolford Clerk of tie Court of Appeals as the members GOVERNOR McCnuAiiY continues to gaul strength in his race for United States Senator In the Louisville primary last week six representatives were nominated who are known to be for him for a certainty Its usually when a man speaks with out thinking that ho says what he thinks In love expectation is nine times out of ten a bliss far above realization Some people seem to think eccen tricity cor eists of paying debts CI PsBroverCo11 LEXINGTON Ky REMODELING SAlt 1FRICESSix Dozen Chairs Suitable for Hall Bed Room Din log jlooin or LIbrAryon our first floor Chairs flOe 150 Chairs U5c 2 Chairs 125 and so on through them all Four Combination Bookcases In Oak at 1250 14 1075 and 1890 v Ten Bookcases atirotO18 J ntyfour Extension TablesVS 1 irom SUO to20 T 15SiflgIeTron Bcds AtfStoSS VOioqnarter loot sixinch Brass Bed at20 You cannot afford to miss this Remodeling Sale fIIJIo dpiBroerCO11 MAIN AriD POkD WAY Wxtlf Jt K- rI PERSONAL Mr W S Duncan and daughtor Miss Annie were in Lexington Monday Miss Susio Tate of Moberley is visiting Mrs L P Cunningham at Brock tonJll1rof Wm J Steinert of Jackson was among the fair visitors Miss Sellle Rice of Winchester is the guest of her brotherMr Z T RIce Mrs C IV Ware of Trenton Ky Is visiting her daughter Mrs G U Vaught Mr Lucien Burnam of Frankfort visited relatives hero and attended the fairMr and Mrs Frank D Smith of Nicholaaville attended the Fair Wed nesday Miss Lena Stivers is back from the- NntionalEducationalAssociaticn at De troit Mich Mrs C C Smith returned Friday from a months visit to relatives at Detroit Michigan Mrs Wm Crowe accompanied by Mies Ruth Crowe is summering at Virginia Beach Mr Jesse C Dykes and family of Conway visited relatives this week and took iu the fair Misses Bessie Baughman and Mary Stoughof Lexington are guests of Miss Lizzie Feeney Mr and Mrs D M Chenault and children are spending several weeks at Olympia Springs Mr J n Davis of Campbellsville visiting friends and relatives in this city and county Miss Sallie Reese of Louisville was tim attractive guest of Miss Mary Bal lard during the fair Miss Nettie Scrivner of Winchester visited her sistersM isses Sue and Alma Scrivnerduring the fair Mrs W II Webb of Louisville is visiting her father Mrs Harvey Cobb and family near Red House Mrs J C Taylor of Lexington was the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs A Million during the fair Miss Ella Pendleton of Winchester was the charming guest of her sister Mrs John Turley during the fair Mr Chas A McCord Assistant Post master at Winchester was mingling with the fair throngs here Thursday Miss Annie Wagers has returned to her home at Irvine after n pleasant visit with her aunt Mrs Claude Smith Indlisother relatives in this city and county Col R M Jackson cashier of the First National hank of London was a prominent fair visitor on Thursday Mr L J Frnzee of Louisville and Miss Louille Cappleman of Okaloni Mifs are the guests of Dr and Mrs L J Frazee Messrs Charles M Parrish and County Clerkelect truce of Winchester attended the A OUWfairat this place last week Mr Henry Hemphill and sister Ada of Jessamine county were the guests ot Misses Bettie and Jane Breck dur lug fair week Mr and Mrs P McGowan after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs R W Miller have returned to their home in Atlanta Ga Pretty and vivacious Miss Nannie Cohen was the attractive guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Mat S Cohen dur ing the fair Mr and Mrs F B Oarr and Mr and Mrs John D Feeney Jr were among the Paris visitors who attended the lair Wednesday Col Charles E Smith und wife of Lexington were here the first day ol the fair mingling with former friends and acquaintances Mr Clarence E Wood wife and daughterlittIeMissMamiehave returned from a delightful months camping ont at historic lioonesboro Mrs Carl Todd formerly Miss Mar garet Lackey left Tuesday to join her husband in Knoxville whore they will in the future reside Mr Levi Elder anl wife and Mr James Edmiston all of Crab Orchard were the guests of Dr W W Burgin and wife during the fair Mr and Mrs Lyttloton Purnell nee Baughman of Paris attended the fair and received the congratulations of the brides numerous friends here Postmaster R R Perry of Winches ter and proprietor of the Gateway Sen tinel Winchester came over Friday and took in the last day of the fair Misses Annie McKenna and Rosa Crawford and Mr James McKenna all of Lexington were guests of Mr and Mrs R J McKee during the fair Misses May and Lila Taylor of Lex ington were among the attractive fair visitors and while hero were the guests of Misses Annie and Emma Duncan Mr Abe Barnett years aLTO a clothing merchant here but now a resident of Iaris was here during fair week en joying the comradeship of old friends Messrs Mat and James Tooley mem bers of Oak Lodge No 03 A 0 U W of Winchester were the guests of Mr and Mrs G G Prewitt luring the fair Misses Bottle and haute Hamilton and Katie Wilson of Wiscmautown Estill county have returned home after several days visit to relatives in this cityMr W A Powell Jr and wife of Nicholasville were among the Nicho Wednesdaybeing HarrisMr W J Shearer formerly of this cltybut now with the Transylvania Printing Co Lexington came over to nttpnil the fair and tell his friends about the fine girl at his houseJ Miss Nannie HuntPowell entertained last Thursday evening in honor of Jiier guests Misses Nan le Hodgkins and Alan Crutcher of Winchester who were among the attractive fair visitors Mr Earle Smith of NewYork spent several days hero during the fair Earle lias a fine position in the metrop oils and reports the Madison county colony there all doing well and making inolleyVCol Moiris Long one of the India pensable head lithe Def and Dumb Institute Daevilte wbeie visiting rela live IB the coast attended the street fair and enjoyed It Mfacli ABa ten year old boy Mr and Mrs AK OMhurn and two children WiHfcm asd Ctariese Mt WDOWjiMtllAooer Ferrilltkta pbtte are ea jiHicaM ottiog atJitW q1ns this weakV jLa8 the fair yWtoN from Cya litena Wetin fld y were Mrs G JenkiM Mc WMI J t kjirt Jme4LXtnry wi anf Mlss Hit Cit rtt wrt fctfcr Wwi White bjthV were entertained by Mr and Mrs L P Todd Mrs J H Boggs of Nicholasville and her daughter Mrs Dr Colson were guests Wednesday of Mr W W Pigg and wife The former is a sister and the latter a niece of Mr Pigg and are well remembered hero where they for mcrly resided Mr and Mrs Louis Schlegal had for their guests during the fair Mr and Mrs Emil lllhardt of Nicholasville Mr Illhardt mastered lila art under Mr Schlegel which is equivalent to saying that ho is one of the best photographers in Central Kentucky Mrs G G Helm of East Fourth street is visiting her sisterin Jew Mrs Lizzie White Foster and children in Richmond KyMr Francis Doug las who has been visiting his brother Rev Rutherford Douglas in Nicholas ville left yesterday for Danville to visit friends Lexington Herald Mr J R Stears associate editor of the Nicholasville Journal was among the fair visitors Wednesday and paid this office a pleasant call Mr Stears and his partner Harry McCarty make a strong journalistic team and together are getting out one of the neatest cleanest and newsiest county papers in KentuckyDr L Farris who has been in Philadelphia for the past two years returned to his home at Kingston Tuesday having completed his assignment in the Quaker City which came to him as a reward for proficiency at gradua lion After visiting his old home and recuperating ho will probably locate in some of the Central Kentucky town for the practice of his profession Mr Charles H Breck Jr who for several years past has been tiaveling for the Standard Oil Co has quit the road and gone into the whofesale commission business on Ins own hook at Baker City Oregon one of the most progressive towns on the Coast His many Richmond friends will be glad to learn that he is nicely situated and has splendid prospects bra fine busi nessExGov J B McCrearythe next United States Senator from Kentucky entertained at dinner Wednesday the representatives of the A 0 U W who were at Richmond os well as sev eral others from Lexington and Paris A delightful luncheon was served and for which all present were vey grate ful Gov McCreary never fergets his Jessamine friends nor will they forget him at the next session of the Legisla ture Nicholasville Journal Mr F W H Clay formerly of this county bn now of Cincinnati has formeda partnership with Messrs Arthur P Greeley late assistant com missioner of patents nt Washington D C and Charles L Stnrdevant also of Washington for the practice of patent and trademark law under the firm narneof Sturdevant Greeley Cloy They have an elegant suite of offices at No 31 Carlisle Building and Mr Clay invites his Madison county friends to call and see him when in the city ExState Senator A II Stuart re turned to Richmond this week after a sojourn of several weeks at his boyhood home in Knott county It may not be generally known but Senator Stuart suffered quite a misfortune during his absence all of his household goods and his excellent library being destroyed by fire in the Letcher Witt ware inIthe neighborhood of 1000 with not a cent of insurance While here Senator Stuart is the guest of his fatherinlaw Mr Henry Hargis Col John G Craddock famous the world over as the bachelor editor of the Paris Kentuckian Citizou was hero the first day of the fair having come over with the Paris A O U Ws Col Craddock is perhaps the most ubiqui tous newspaper man alive today for we never went away from home anywhere at anytime without meeting him and others who travel extensively say the Fame thing Whether it bo a Chautauqua assembly a church to do a courtday gathering a political meeting a fair a festival a frolic or any other event where two or more persons are gathered together in pleasures name 3011 may depend on it that Oil Craddock is one of them lie rides on free passes eats free dinners goes Into shows on free tickets and talks freely to every pretty woman he meets His gallantry to the fair sex is proverbialand why he has never taken unto himself a better half is one of those puzzling problems that continues to baffle the researches of mankind The Colonel is always welcome here in Madison and if he will let us know wjien he is coming next time we will have a good looking widow or a sprucy old maid on hands te enliven his stay BIRTHS BARNmTo tho wife of Eugene Barnes Saturday night last a fine girl DEATHS HAMILTON Wesley Hamilton aged 86 an exConfederato soldier who was in Stonewall Jacksons famous Fight jug Brigade died Sunday at his home near Kingston of infirmities incident to old age lIe came to this county from Virginia 29 years ago Ho was a lifelong Democrat and a respected clti zens A wife and three daughters survive him lie was perhaps the oldest exConfederate In the county DILKS Mr C S Dilks superintendent of the Southern Lumber Co at Valley View died Thursday morning at his home at that place peritonitis after an hInes of only forryeicht hours Deceased was about 38 years old and came from Richmond Ind to Valley View two years ago succeeding Mr G A Roy as superindent of the mill there He was quiet and unassuming in man ner attending carefully to the details of his business but a clever courteous gentleman A wife and two small children are left to mourn his loss Messrs G A Roy and W E Chaw were hero Thursday afternoon to pur chase a suitable casket for the body which was shipped Friday tobisold heirs at Richmond Ind for burial COYLE Mr A 8 Coyle exCouncil man member of the Richmond Board Education and one of the best ksown citizens of Madison county died Tues day near Purtwpod this county aged 44 years He had been an invalid for several months and his death was not unexpected Deceased WJM for years connected with the RiciiHioad Produce blglHkIIlfrfefKto were only limited by his list of q w Braces The remains were IJakl to re t Monday nt Tj t woods boo proceedel1hhM w mother n IJbrQtherflHlr eiiil4r n MaryCtiyhMsrbIK Wtifjo VV ScrofulaFew are entirely tree from It may develop to slowly as to cause little if any disturbance during the wholo period of childhood It may then produce Irregularity of the stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh and marked tendency to consumption before manlfestln itself in much cutaneous eruption or glandular swelling It Is lest to be sure that you are quite free from tt and for Its complete cradles lion you can rely on Hoods Sarsaparilla The best of all medicines for all humors ultyof Caldwell HighSchooland isone of the conntys most efficient lady teachers The family have the sincere sympathy of a largo circle of friends in their bereavementObituary Death has again entered our midst and called one of our oldest and most respected citizens On July the 17th James C Harris was called from this to another world lie was in his 73 year has always lived in onr midst and had endeared himself alike to both old and young by whom ho will long be remembered He was the father of four devoted children Mrs Jerry Broaddus Capt Joe Harris of Bealty villo Robert Harris our wellknown and popular express agent on the L A railroad and Miss Fannie Harris all of whom wero with him during his sickness which was very brief he only being sick about ten days He was a great sufferer during this time All that kind friends and loving chil dren could do to eoften a dying bed and make ones last days their happiest WAS done for him Not a wish was left ungratified not a kind word Jeft unspoken He was a member of the Christian church and alter appropriate and impress ye services by Uev J 11 Bailey his remains were peacefully laid to rest in the family burying ground by the side of his wife who preceeded him about 80 years ago The entire community extend sym oathy to the children in their sad bereavtment J The Street Fair The leading event of the past week was the Street Fair and Carnival given under the auspices of Richmond Lodge No 74 Ancient Order of United Work men which began last Wednesday and lasted three days From the stand point of attendance amusement and profit it was one of the most successful exhibitions of the kind ever held in Richmond Tho old town put on its holiday attire welcome fluttered from every door business gave way to pleas ure our country cousins came to town and everybody rich and poor old and young married and single rove themselves up to a season of merry making and hilarity The formal opening of the Fair be gan Wednesday morning with an im mense Industrial and civic parade in which nearly every business house was represented and which was over a formedIthe arriyal of the excursion train bringing visiting A 0 U W delegations from Cynthiana Paris Winchester Mt Sterling and other Kentucky tOWIIS The line of march was out Main street to court house square to Fifth thence to Moberley thence to Second and back to Main At the head of the parade wore the visiting officers of tIe Grand Lodge in carriages accompanied by Mayor Smith President Henry C Rice of the Fair Association Governor McCreary and other prominent citizens Next came the Richmond A O U W Lodge in double column neat and natty in their white dnck suits with A O U W caps ties and umbrellas to match and presenting a splendid appearance They were followed by time Richmond Military Band in full uniform which all along the line of march discoursed lively airs Immediately behind the bandwas a gorgeous decorated flout of the order filled with A O U W children dressed in puma white and bear jug the mystic emblems of tho order with the legend We are Protected by the A 0 U W in huge letters above their heads This float was the creation of Brother Workman R A Bar low and was one of the most unique features of the parade Following came the visiting A 0 U W lodges from Nicholasville Cynthiana Paris Winchester and Mt Sterling in full re galia and carrying banners and flags The McCreary Guards in full uniform the Elks and Odd Fellows came next Behind these was tv delegation of the time Paris Red Men in savage costume riding horseback followed by the ya rious oriental representatives of the Midway The Richmond Fire Laddies came next proceeding the mercantile floats which were numerous of every imaginable design gay with decorations and representing nearly every line of business in Richmond It would be an endless task to de scribe in detail all these varied and beautiful designs on wheels hut a low are deserving of special mention notab ly that of Douglas Crutcher a pretty float shaped to represent a shoe with Hsycral little girls amid the decorations each holdings shoe Douglas Sim mons a farm wagon topped wtyh a disc plow Jo S Joplin an open barouche ontaining a bevy of pretty girls drawn byfour horses E C Wines wagonette with a string band and various samples of his medicine John Allman with a float with a lamb ready for slaughter Juott Grocery Corepresenting a model grocery with a clerk weighing out sugar and coffee Frank Fchr Brewing Co beer wagon full of beer cases filled with that delicious beverage all su pcrbly decorated the CliMAx Printing Co pony and cart driven by Foreman Clyde Hart accompanied by little Miss Gladys Perry the pony wrapped in a pretty cover with the word Climax In largo gilt letters W D Oldimm Co representing tim Busy Bee Cash Store decorated carriage W S Old ham a carriage of pretty girls Lang dom Creasy Coyellow kids adver tising soaps The Elks a gorgeously tinted float bearing a mammoth Elk head and driven ty Col Fred Grin stead Col John R Gibson with his handsome turnout and milk white steeds representing White Gibson dry goods T S Hagan representing Stockton Ilapan druggists gaily decorated trap filled with little girls Behind the floats were numerous decorated private carriages all adding beau ty to the pageant Directly after the parade the Paris Red Mon gave their unique and exciting chase of time palo face dashing up Main street yelling pursnitlofa redthlV I lie Midway pitched in iv vacant lot west of Zarings Mills with its wnHi tsdlattraetiot offered ettdlww smiusemtmt to trs erewds which throag 4 tbm frotti eftrlf mor ing wn II jaw midnight lte tffld blletHi rii1tl r jftEtlV- ster den of serpents the Filipino female pygmy French Folly Theatre Queen Annetta and her band of genuine gypsies the Streets of all Nations with their strange and grotesque ori ental figures and customs tho Vaude yule Show with its sidesplitting min strelsy and marvelous dancing feats the cooclioecoocliee girls with their smiles anti wiles giggles and wriggles and tho Ferris Wheel where sweet hearts sat side by side In an open car andwere whirled heavenward bv tho constant revolutions of Its colossal sweep Added to this was the Merry goRound on First strict which was one of the most popular attraction of the Fair and was patronized byold and young alike The various games commonly called skin games also on First street afforded plenty of diversion for those who delight in games of chance and the doll rack the cane antI knife rack the wheel of fortune time old army game and chuckalucR found many devotees and did a land office business day and night On the last tIny the Midway was moved up on Court House fquare where the patronage was even better than before It is estimated that there were fully five thousand people in the city the first day large delegations coming from the surrounding towns and the second and jthird days showed even a better attendance The entire A O U W lodge constituted n Reception Corn mittee and everybody was made to feel at home At time A O U W head quarters in Masonic Temple refresh ments in the shape of cooling drinks were Dispensed to all comers The Elks also kept open house and mingled pond cheer with open hand the Ideal weather the merit of the attractions the crowds the good order the number and excellence of the entries in the premium ringsand the receipts the fair was a signal success and President Henry C Rice Secretary D R Tevis and his assistants and time various members of the lodge who contributed to Its advancement are to be congratulated Below will be found a list of the premiums awarded PREMIUM LIST FIRST DAY Best trio Plymouth Rock Mr A C Wells Best trio Silver Laced Wyandoltes Mrs J T Jones Best trio Buff Cochins Mrs W A ArbuckleBest Bantams Frank Smith Charles Martin Best trio White Leghorns No en trios Best trio Brown Lcchorns B Juett Joe Bush Best trio Black Minorcas No en triesVCost Pair White Pekin DucksW T Edwards Best Pair Geese any breed M A Collins Best Pair Bronze TurkeysMrs W A Arbuckle Best Sow any ago or breed Oliver Broad dud Best Boar any age Oliver Broaddus Reuben Warford Best Pair Pigs any ago or breed Oliver liroaddus Best LayerCake Miss Rosa Alver son Mrs G B Turley Best Chocolate CakeMiss Lucy Adams Miss Ollie Smith Best Loaf Salt Rising Bread Mrs Cook Potts both premium and certifi cate Best Mare Colt under one year old C II Park Brutus White Best Heifer under three years old H Eo Allen pcBest Calf under one year old any sexH E Allen p c Best Colt any sex one year old and under twoW A Arbuckle Jr Robert ValkerVWorst Turnout No entries Best Boy Rider under ton years old Charlie Dunn John Herudon SECOND DAY Best Caramel Cake Mrs J W Az billJK Worrell Best peck corn in ear white Mrs Mary Boggs Mrs SauL Oldharn Best Peck Corn in ear yellowA F Deatherago p c Best Dozen Cucumbers Mary Lewis Deatherage p t c Best 3 squashes Mrs Boggs Mrs D C PottsBest TomatoesGus Chrisman Miss Minnie Dykes Best J Dozen BeetsFranklin Death erageBest Jar Handmade Cucumber Pick les Miss Minnie Dykes Mrs J T Boggs Best White Raisin CakeMrs Mary Boggs Mrs Eugene Barnes Best Jar Strawberry Preserves Mrs Jay Lackey Mrs B C Potts Best Peck Irish PotatoesMrs A T Chenault Gus Chrisman Best Specimen Oil Painting Marie Harber Mrs II R Burnam Best Specimen Water ColorsMiss Lucile Crooke Mrs Kellogg Best Specimen Hand Painted China Miss Marie Harber Miss Nannie DouglasVBest Specimen Kensington Painting Mrs S A Deatherage Best Specimen Mount Mellick Work Miss Lucy Crowe Mrs Margaret Spears Baked HamMrs G B Turloy p c Two Bottles Kentucky Grane Wine Mrs 0 W Hisle Mrs Sallie Ray burnBest Bull any ageArbuckle J LetcherBest or Gelding 2 years and under 3Robt Walker Ben Duncan Fanciest Turnout accompanied by ladyMat S Cohen W T Griggs heat Rockaway Mare or Gelding to be shown to rockaway Mrs J W Bales Robt Walker THIRD DAYV Best Bonquot Cnt Flowers Miss Carrie Farley Miss Addie HEnley flesh OnehtUf Bushel wheat Sant Oldbani W H Douglas Best Two Pounds ButterJ S Hagan Mrs B p Potts Best Loaf of Yeast Rising Bread Mrs Mattie Alverson Miss Rosa Alvorsou Beet Sponge Gako Miss Rosa Alverson Mra J A Kelly Best Plato Beaten Biscuit Mrs J W AabVH Mrs Mattie Alver son Best Plate Light Rolls Mrs Mary E Boggs MrsB C Potta Best Shirt WTgsM MB Mnyma Hart Mrs C i1 Higgiug esleClmen nlIlIlMtitehing by IiattdXtJ Rebecca Ruse MMM AInBW BtM fljmoinfetl ft k Embroidery 4IsMri fc IV Todd MiM BOM Al i V- Vr c VOTSOII Best Black Cake Mrs George Myers MrsiCK B Turley Best Galloti Sherbert Mrs B 0 Potfs Miss Lydia McKee nest Gallon Ice Cream Mrs Jerry Nolaud Mrs Mary Boggs Handsomest Baby under two years oldNV- Deatherage Jr James Robert Neff Best JnckD C Grills B F Deathornge Best JonuetT B Adams P 13 Brpatldus Best Mare awl Mule Colt Charhs Curtis G W Adams Best Model Stallion Mare or Gelding W A Arbuckle Robt Walker Best Mare or Gelding Mat S Cohen J W Dl11e- sHandsomest Decorated Vehicle Mrs J W Bales Robt Walker Winner Wheelbarrow Race Curt Moore Alex Campbell FAIlS NOTES Miss Lucy Adams had a beautiful chocolate cake and was an easy winner There were 21 entries for best salt rising brpad but Mrs B C Potts beat them all- Secretary Tevis estimates that the profits from the fair will amount to be tween 300 and 100 Miss Lucile Crooke had the best ex Whit of water colors taking tho premium over a big field of entries The Richmond Military Band fur nished the music and added new laurels to its past achievements Nicholasville sent a splendid delega thou of A 0 U Ws and they made a fine showing tn the parade Misses Rebecca and Alma Rice proved their superiority in hemstitching They carried off the honors over fourteen entriesThe Merry Go Around was the best paying attraction of the fair taking in over 1000 a third of which went to the Fair Association There were an even dozen entries for the pretuium for the best Kentucky grape wine but Mrs O W Hisle formerly Miss Jane Ford distanced all competitors Mat S Cohen cot the lions share of prize money taking first for best walk ing stallion finest turnout best model stallion and best mare or gelding ills prizes amounted to 45 As usual Mrs Mutt c Alverson carried off the blue ribbon for yeast rising bread ant beat en biscuit while her daughter Miss Rose was a close sec ondIt was reserved for a woman Mr Mary Boggs to beat all the men in corn raibing Her peck of white corn in the ear was as fine as ever seen here and won the prize Oliver Bronddus is the blue ribbon hog raiser He took first prize in every ring in which he exhibited winning the premium for best boar best sow and best pair of pigs Tho premium for the heat made shirt waist was captured by Miss Mayme Hart who was nn easy winner over seven competitors Miss Harts waist was fit for a queen to wear Charles Dunn the young son of Bud Dunn of WhitesStation again demon strated his ability as the best boy rider lie rode a splendid horse and handled him like a veteran easily carrying off the blue ribbon John B Herndon came second best It was a deserved compliment to one of the best housekeepers in Madison county when the premium for the best gallon of ice cream was awarded to Mrs Jerry Noland The premium for the best gallon of shcrbert went to Mrs BC Potts One of the finest specimens of Ken ningston painting was that of Mrs S A Deatherage which won the blue ribbon It was a drawing of an elks head and looked as natural as life The picture which is a c arvelous piece of art is the pioperty of the Itichmond Elk lodge to which it was presented by Mrs Deatherage Trim Deatherages chubby boy baby Nathcn B Deatherage Jr was voted the handsomest baby in the baby show and carried off the 10 prize Its mother who was the handsome Miss Eva McCord exhibited the little fellow and was the happiest mother in Ken tucky when the award was announced Coleman NefTs baby James Robert Neffsat the red ribbon and the com pliments showered upon it was enough to give its daddy the big head Three new fads came with the Fair the rubber ball the shooting stick and Elk lice By the second day every man woman and child had a rubber ball and everybody who passed along the street ran the gauntlet and for tunate was the individual who escaped a knock from these little tormentors The shooting stick was a walking cane with a blank cartridge in the end and all you had to do was to strike it against the pavement near your victim to make him think he was blown up with the Maine Elk lice was simply purple and white paper chopped np in your fathers feed box put into a paper sack und emptied on the defenseless head of your victim unawares A vast amount of fun was had with tliesn new devices and the street fakirs litterally coiner money Belling them When the Ohio Republicans raae their platform evidently they forgot that there have been several lynchings of negroes inside their own State recently It is suggestive that most of the Southerners who advocate reform in Deuiocratic principles are those who voted for MeKinley last falL Notice to millionaire Remember the old coachmen troubles and dont lot your daughters fall ia love with your automobilists Hawaii will be all right after A little Give her time to work oft her oats As the pin is bent sofa the strong man inclined to get up tddenly Zows Thu- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any owe of Catarrh that ww notbe cured by Halls Catarrh Care F J CHENEY k CO Props ToIMeo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the 35 years MM ka lieve him perfectly honorable in all IMM iiitss trafwwetioiw and HMaeittNy abe to carry oat any M Je ky tlMir irm IWjBST A rlTAXi Wholesale DrHgKtatfi ToiedoOVWALDIKO KIXXAN Ir MAMVIK WWe J 1knglt toidO 0VI lulls CU41fI- ly Cnrete takmitatormi iMiVtBK directly up Mt MM and mneoMM rarfwec ti nwtem lrVyoWby all OrwfltfM TeaTuiiule freeVVthUs fatally tillare 1hlyal tn Rich Juicy PlumbSV Ripe For Your Picking Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lare Dim ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patferns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to andSerpatineirijprices from 20c to 200 per yard 1 Our Belt Department Is complete Styles come first so do MeKees Belts Novelty itf essential to make sales vou will be struck by the novelty in our B6Jts Reliability should always be considered it is a specialty with us The dip or pointed effect is growing more daylu Belt Department can be had a most complete line of Purses Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can belied in all colors and sizi nettingVor summer at prices from 29c to 60c and 100 lyfwith nil G D Chicago waists at SI 00 G D style 35c Straight front at SI00 n IZuk+ I Remember we belong the Merchants and Consumers Scrip Association which means money saved to you if you trade Respectfully yours Cor 1ainFirst St Donhe dally train service to Buffalo and Niagra Falls Queent Crescent Route Fast Fchrdnlex finest trainsto Cin cinnati and North Queen ft Crescent Route Fnoqhu1 Colleg br Iron East End Pittsburg Pa ThoroughCollegePreparatory coure Music Art Situation comblno beauty and pace of country with goltForRev Chimers Martin D D Pets 24nlyIm Iota to CoilruloK Sealed proposals will be received until 3 oclock p in August 12 1901 for the improvement of the Miidison County Court House at Ilirhmond Ky as per plans and speciflcatioiis pre pared far said work by Crarev Lam Architects of Cincinnati Ohio Fach lid must be accompanied by a certifiedcheck in the sum of 600 par able to the County Judge of said coun tv as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into the contract should tho work be awarded to eahl bidder Plans and specifications may be seen on and after August 1 1001 at the Court House in lUchmond Ky and at the office of the architects in Cin cinnati and at the Builders Exchange in Louisville KyVBidding should be made on different parts of the work separately since of the work indicated by the plans and specifications may not be done at present Privilege of rejecting any all bids is reserved J TEVIS Conn n P ARMEB Com T3C MILLION J Tuly 22 1901 21jnl2t HIGH BRIDGE CAMP MEETING JULY 2028 1901 Queen Crescent CRouteV SUNDAY RATES And Special Train from Danville JULY 21 AND 28 Railroad Tickets include admission to Camp GroundsV Ask Ticket Agents for Particulars- W O RINEARSON Q P A I rii I VII Offers the following attrac tions ANNUAL MEETING Imperial Council OFTHE MYSTIC SHRINE- Ka uCitylIIeJlle II awlhMWI One Fare for the Round Trip PLUS 2 fyttrll Inpi tIti3V SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18 to 21 VckFEiTcY REOO ED JtAT 5 iflAil BXCIKSfi TO CtCJUtO ild VTilJ- HM Jaly Ablf ItVad1MNibarO- Vile Fare the Ronvd Trip tpLue for Mc- ViafMi RVT Mi7TfIWs- ty Pws Aus iLlXHOT1NPPIl- diIAiV VVVVVVVC VVVV RibbonsV The demand for Ribbons tInting thpalt LJIfore8rlpopularVoIyt silkIcreamlavender yardJn or gandies etc we are leaders Ladles Linen Skirts at 25c Special for two weeks only Ladiet Parasols at oOcSl SI 75 and np yardBuggycomplete PKBoys Yacht Caps at 2Jc Ll pricesIrom to with us all and OWEN mm JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Best Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and Frames MADISON INSTITUTE RICHMOND KENTUCKY t A High Class Boarding School for Girls J W MCGARVEY JR PRINCIPAL buitIlugtntiona Of the East Terms no higher than those of any other firstclass erlux1 nor of many inferior ones Send for Catalogue jullO8vv Dessolution Notice existingbetweenhey lies been descolved by mutual con sent All persons owing1 the firm are reonested to call and settle at once All persons having claims against this firm are requested to present same at once for payment J B STOUFFER 12july4t J D MOSULEY A Q m i n is trat0 r s al Ol Thursday July 25 1901 At 10 L m as Administrator of tbe late p Burgle I will sell to the highest bidder at his farm onehalf mile southeast of Burgle Ky on the Bhikertown and Dsnriile pike about 30 head registered abort horn cattle 9 wore mules 1 family horses HO sow Cad pip I surrey aDd bamesa 1 buck board sad harness t breaking plows i cnUlrator mswer buggy rake 1 wheat Ian milch cows 5 short horn steers 2 brood mares and colts 2 yearling mares lOOlambll 9 shoalS baggy and har ness 3 twobone wagons S doable shovel plows 2 self binders hay stacker 1 Kalamazoo harrow wazon and pOW rear and other farm Implements VVTerras All sums over fMJoltr Months time with banks bio note bearing S per cent interest John BuginjAdmr l7JulSw eJI OKMMOJMLA Indian Territory 1 Arkansas t TexasV BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central MemphisOnly Road By LenviMfK JjOHtaviUe at BOOB Jma Lt I 1A1 gFreekeeli1 V0IVTJVjiyilleiMV ttto VAILCV ff It ft 2MM L= = I Richmond Kentucky EGGSAND BUTTER t+ We will pay the highest CASH Price for Eggs and Butter Also desire to purchase for CASH a supply of Hams Bacon and Shoulders Miller Bros SECOND ST PHONE 6- 5RIOHMONDKENTUCKY Fine Farm For Sale If not sold privately before I will sell at public auction op the preUli on SATURDAY LUG 10 1901 At 11 oclocka m farm contain abont Jj8Jf acres situated on the pile about A mile amid a quarter north- tMt of Paint Lkk near Morrans fcnffl mit OR tlw Louisville A Nashville rail reel in Madtson county Ky It well located turnpikes runnine in neighiborhoodino sari Js well t roTed and in good con frlJll1itwoMerleswlthl the last fmtr y ari It kaa two lent barns LfltIiI the last See yean a large stock krm aad tile other a lane 10 MtCg bee al7lmpronIIICIIMHtI Tatmti reoMe Aay penou II do M awlyiP JUdimOPiA4 by sMisne A W Parikik IIIlIItMer will lie all0trrt tile grsia knas- If Jll q JruHTirtl 555 JUUalrl LUCY R MARTIN IsI- L An Extraordinary Clearance SALE OF QJJLJMENS SUITS No BargainCounter Qualities but Reliable Lines or Perfect Grades that have become broken in sizes t t a FinestIincluding all our Finest Fancy Worsted Cheviot and Tweed Suits that sold early in the season at 25 52250 and 20For LOTO KY The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1901 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist Is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store Gfebtf Ill growl not at the heat today No let me dream tis bliss Ere many weeks Ill havp to pay For nice hot air like this L t A excursion to High Bridge Sunday Round trip Nice Salmon lOc can largo size at Blue Grass Grocery 17jul2t Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 1217 Square piano for sale Apoly to Mrs W S Oldham 27febtf Have you seen our infant slippers aud shoes at 50 cents RICK ARNOLD Indies tan slippers this week at 75 cts aud RICE ARNOLD Children and Misses tan slippers this week 50o and 75c niCE ARNOLD Dr Harry M Rlanton Dentist Of flee over Middlelous drug store July 17tf Have you seen our line of ladies gl50 shoes iu heel and ppring heel niCE it ARNOLD It will be lawful to hunt doves on and alter August The birds are said to be unusually plentiful this year The old time New Orleans sugar nothing better for blackberry jain19 pouml for at Blue Grass Grocery 17jul2t Boone Creek Baptist Association will he heM at Powell Valley Baptist church near Clay City Sept 10 11 and 12 A small blaze in the packing room of the Richmond Cigar factory yesterday at non caused an alarm to be turned III I he lamage was slight Have Willging to frame your picture in uptodate style for little money Thirty thousand dollars is given away in purses and premiums at the Lexington Horse Show Fair anti Car nival August 1217 Liberal purses In all Remember that Mr Ben Holman late with Prnthtr iinar Valley View Will take charge as Manager of the Blue Urass Grocery Co next week 17jul2t Jiitimu DeJaruett sold this week his crop of wheat amounting to bushels to CodUIOll Arnold Itro for Krr of Winchester Tlie price waioS cents Willgings line of wall pap er and window shades cant be equaled in Kntucky in quanity styles quality and prices BigWneat Deal Jerry Caldwell of Boyle sold his en tire crop 01 20000 bushels of wheat at 55 cents says the Danville Advocate Removed Dr Phil Roberts has removed to the property of Mrs A 0 Buchanan on First Street back of E C Wines drug store where be will also have his of fice July 103t Taken to The Assylum Mrs Mary M Corbin of Bereadaugh ter of Police Judge C Kinn lrd of that place was adjudged of unsound mind and taken to the Lexington Asyluul Wednesday Think of it Willging making and selling the highest grade paint mixed ready for use for less money than any others ask for third and fourth grades try it then you will use no other Stag Party Jack Ross entertained a stag par ty of ten at his howe near the sulphur well Sunday A toothsome repast with choice liquid refreshments was served aud all had a royal good time Premium slack Cake Mrs G IL Myers took Jthe premium on her mammoth black cake at the fair last week It weighed twentyone jKHinda and was undoubtedly the largest and btst black cake ever exhibited here Mrs My ore has given away to her friends at least seventy slices 011 this cake one slice going to Q P WH llarogon Atlanta Ga and one to Vir guile She has received orders fur three black cakes since the exhibit of this OLe Willging makes a specialty of painting and papering Churches and other public buildings in the new and most artistic style af moderate coat Estimates P4 deMgtts funisbeti L Irati 1375 IIJUErtPP TnIIR8 EGGSIThurman always pays the highest cash market price for eggs hides and feathers Call and see him next door to corner of Main and Flint streets 20febtf All Ladles Eight candidates all ladies took the examination for county teatihere certificate here Friday and Saturday Miss Lizzie Simpson of White Hall was tho only applicant to stand the ex aminttion for admission to the State College Announces for Renomiuation Judge F P Pendleton fatherinlaw of Mr John Turley of this city has announced tor renomination for Police Judge of Winchester He id the in cumbent and the Sun says his past public services reflect honor and credit upon liU mlininihlrution Must be Settled Freeman Bros take this method to notify all those iinfebied to thun that their accounts are made out and must be settled July Save further expense by heeding this waining june 6tf Cant do Without The Climax In renewing lila subscription to the CLIMAX Mr W H Sale of Sherman TCJSIS writes Wo feel that we cannot do without the CLIMAX as its news of our old friends and country is a great source of pleasure to us Our address will bn the tame A Success in Every Way A nnmber of Lexingtonlans attended the street fair at Richmond tlis week and pronounced it a success in every way The vaudeville features undei the management of Messrs Fremont and Kennedy were firetclasb III every particular and the people who at tended were highly pleased Lexing ton Leader Dissolution Ry mouiil agreement Messrs J U Stouller and J D Moseley announce the dissolution of their partuershlf in tIme merchant tailoring business Mr Moseley is a highclass tailor and a most clever gentleman and we are glad to state that he will not Icavi Richmond but will go it alone here after Take Notice All persons knowing themselves in debted to the Ellison Mill Co wit please call and settla with J C Che nanlt at once The mill property hm been sold anl the business must be wound up An Angelo Commerce Jumbo Harris for years L A N agent at Whites Station and the origi natur of that placo and Peytontown willshortly leave Madison county having accepteda position of travelin salesman for the wellknown wholesal grocery firm of Flood Co Lexitigtni His many friends in Madison count wish him success in his new venture For Sale or Rent- I offer for sale or rent privately my residence and two ares of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bathroom and hall and nil necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or address Dr G W Evans or the undersigned MRS SPEED SMITH julylCin Richmond Ky An Anto Here Thccondautomobile ever seen in Riclfmond rolled through qur street Sunday anti attracted a good deal of curiosity It was in charge of Messrs Clarence Williams anti Fred McKinsey of Luuixville the former the advertising agent of the Kentucky Automobile Co the latter representing the Rem ington Typewritten They went from this city to Winchester Summer Excursion lo S Dakota and Minnesota Via Queen Crescent Route atvery low rates Tickets will IKJ on saleJuly IstOih and Sept IstJth final limit Oct 3UU Ask ticket agents for par ticulars Gees lo Maysville Time LexIngton Herald says that Rere It E Mossliat been extended a call by time Christian church at Maysyillei which he his decided to accept Mr Moss lisa hen pastor of the Christian church at Kirksville this county for the past two years and is one of the mOt eloquent and popular young mitt haters In Central Kentucky His Rich mond friends wish him success 111 his now field InpravemMts at Bwca Colltje The BereK Citlz u says that Berea College ierecting on the site of the old treasurer office an administration build x which will be quite an onaA- uMt K tIme college grounds The sirattHrfl will Ic two stories hlxli and wHl COBMHH offices for the Preefdnt Treawrcrttud Secretary oftheiinetitn tlon a far tt room jRltor room xpMi MM irtwtj rooms Th ImKdSw he tdbyfrnacit Josiafe iiunfotU MperiliUitiiini tbbcohsiruc t c i Beauties For All We have the beat flowers that can be produced Our Floral Decorations are beauties We possess and practice the necessa ry HOW Inar miRitig Each order receives our persona atrr tendon BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everywhere Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky npr7tf McCreary Guards In Camp Captain L J Frazee received Monday trom Assistant and Acting Adju tat Mienaral Percy Haley official noti lication that the Kentucky State Guards would go into encampment at Owensboro from August 7 to 23 The McCreary Guards as part of the Second Regiinentwlll leave here about August 5 and remain in camp one week from August 7 105 Captain Frazeo requests that as many members of the company as possible go Horse Died on Them Mr and Mrs Barney Kelly met with bad luck on their trip to Crab Orchard Springs last week The horse they were driving to their buggy took the colic at Preachersvllle six miles this side of their destination and laid Ilown and died They did not let this unfortunate circumstances bower in terfere with their visit They hired a farmer to take them on to the Springs where they spentji most enjoyable two weeks with Mine Host Joe Willis and his estimable wife The horse that died belonged to liveryman Lyman Parrish of this city Will go to Oklahoma Several Madison county citizens left hero Sunday for Oklahoma to take chances on securing some of the public lands now being opened In this con nection the following dispatch will be of interest Secretary Hitchcock at Washington City has received information from Oklahoma to the effect that the regis tration of applicants for lands is prov ing a success and he estimates that 100000 persons will be registered before July 2Cth Seven thousandnames were recorded Thursday There are lands for only about 13000 persons Building New Store House Mr D Z Taylor the former popular Waco merchant has decided to reim bark in the mercantile business at that place and has just awarded the con tract for a commodious new store house to be built on the site of the old otto that was burned ayearago Time build lug will cost SI 000 or 1200 and will be a sightly addition to that village He contemplates beiug able to begin busi ness about the middle of September Mr Taylor is one of the cleverest as well as one of the most enterprising young business men in Madison county and time CLIMAX is glad that he has de cided to remain in the county Horse Show and Carnival Georgetown July 23rd27th One fare the round trip Queen Crescent Route daily during the Carnival from all points Junction Citj to Walton inclusive Special train to Walton July 25th 2Gtb and 27th leaves Georgetown at 1030 p in Great a trtctions fine display of stock and agentsiW C RlNEAKBON G P A Frightfully Burned Mrs Frdnces Million wife of Mr Asbfoid Million of Newby this county and one of the best known lady teach ers in tIme county met with a frightful accident few days ago which came near rendering her blind for life While boiling some beets in a syrup bucket with a tightly fitting lid she attempted teamlforciuplosion hurling tho boiling contents iuto her face which was so badly scalded as to be hardly recognizable At first it was thou htshe had lost her- r eyes but only the eyelids were burned e Suds improving rapidly Jut it will be several slays before she is able to be out Lexington Elks Fair The Lexington Horse ShowFair and Carnival to be given under the aus pices of Lexington Lodge of Elks August 12 to 17 inclusive promises to be one of the best exhibitions ever held iu tho Bluegrass Their catalogue which is one of the handsomest ever issued and which can be had byreall ing at this office shows the premiums to be most liberal and the amusement features to be the most extensive varied and superb ever offered for public patronage Mr S T Harrison is President and E W Shanklin Secre tary and as the Elks never do things by halves a great how is in prospector those who attend The CLIMAX acknowledges the customary press courtesies II Acquitted Tho examining trial of B M Kin dred and his son Wade charged with the murder of their kinsman George Garrett at Pmiola this courty July 4 was concluded Wednesday morning before County Judge Million who promptly discharged the prisoners the Commonwealth failing to make a case against timers The evidence clearly showed that Garrett had threatened young Kindred and at the time of the shooting had his pistol thrust into his face trying to carry out the threat It was then that the elder Kindred fired tho fatal shot Attorneys R H Crooke and J A Sullivan defended the Kindreds and their prompt ac quital Wile due Jargelyjo the able defense of their attorneys The accused however pleaded guilty to carry ia con cealed weapons and aloup with Virgil Becknell John Hymen and Anderson Cates who entered a like plea were each fined 2 and costs MARRIED = i HusTERQAKnETT A J Trib ble united in marriage afciiis residence on Thalsday last Mr June Hunter and Miss SIselo Garrett both ot this coufityMUtlIXOKKRlOH A K n fl O NNr Louis MHlflnger 81ti1 JiifcH Awy Rich Mrdaoti both of thI city w re pwrrietl tltrd111 i bt IttL5 tid flkv- AJ Tri IUI Irria pike that F1 121U PdItWWtbII rmos I t RnlilFor latlies and gentlemen Great variety to select from Prices 140 to 1500 Many new Steamer Trunks just re ceivedComeandsee them Traveling Bags Telescopes Suit Oaies etc at right prices Negligee Shirts Jt a Just received a fine assortment of new styles for MidSummer Come before the best ones are gone Cool Clothes0 Stylish Flannel Suits Skeleton Serge Silk Luster and Alpaca Coats Just the things to keep you cool these hot days CLEANING AND PRE881NGa We clean and press clothing in best manner at reasonable prices Prompt service at all times Try us ot- iceCovingtou Ranks SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR Jf t I A Mad Cow A fine Jersey cow belonging to Col JStone Walker exhibited symptoms of hydrophoria last weekand had to he confined to keep her from injuring other stock A little son of Ravena Harris narrowly escaped being hurt by the rabbid beast which foaming at the month plunged hither and thither like a stampeded buffalo It is sup posed that she was bitten by a mad dog Finally the animal had to be killed Hottest Weather Ever Known All previous heat records in the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys were broken Sunday and Monday which according to the newspaper were the hottest days experienced since the establish ment of the Weather Iureau thirty years age Louisville and Lexington both reported 105 Monday It was not much better yesterday and wliat is woree the weather clerk promises no relief Here in Richmond thermometers registered nil the way from 102 to 105 Sunday and Monday it being hard to tell which was the hottest of tho two days Might little business was done and sweltering humanity sought the Shade for relief Below are some of the heat records made Sunday as reported in the Enquirer Middlctown la 113 Burlington Ia 110 St Louie 108 Fairfield In 108 Paducah Kyf 108 Keokuk la 107 Springfield lit 10G Davenport IaI06 Dubuque Ia 106 DesMoines 104 Omaha 104 Sioux City Ia 104 Ran sas City 104 Louisville 102 Chicago 102 Indianapolis 100 Nashville 100 Cairo Ill Destructive Fires Two destructive fires have visited Richmond since our last Issue Early Sunday m ruing the confectionery and restaurant on East Main just below First street owned by Dan Riddle caught fire from the warming closet and notwithstanding the promptness of the fire department which was just across time street from the blaze the building and contents were almost totalfy destroyed Mr Riddle estimates his loss at 850 with 600 insurance The building was the property of Owen McKoe and was fully insured John Allinans meat market ndioiniug was considerably damaged Sunday niglit the fiveroom cottage on Moberley Avenue owned by Dr L J Frazeo and occupied by J W Colo resident Manngerof the Singer Sewing Machine Company took fire supposed ly from the kitchen range and in a few minutes was destroyed together with nearly aUof Mr Coles household effects Had even a slight wind been blowing the entire row of cottages would have gone up i1l smoke they being as Inflamable tinder by reason of the dry weather Mr Cole and lila family had a close call escaping only in their night clothes A portion of his furniture was saved but it was badly damaged by smoke water and rough handling He estimates his loss at 1000 with 503 insurance Dr Frazeo hall 500 insnrarco 011 the building which WM valued at 1000 and which is practically a total loss Mr King of the Richmond Electric Co who occupied time adjoining cot tage was fortunate in getting out all oi his household poode and after they were put back the rofolnic bouse caught fire and a second alarm was turned but before the Are depart ment could return the bUM WM ex tlaiiibed with lht dowamt9 hta itltVbeI o I i1 Dont forget the celebrated Queen Quality shoes S3Oxfords f250 RICE ARNOLD Sole Agents Many women are stoves withmarble tops Owensboro Fair The great Owensboro Fair will be held August 13 to 17 Premiums and purses are more than double those of previous years Specialattractions never before seen on a fairgrouuds will be exhibited free from ally charge The Owensboro Derby 1J miles for 1000 will be Tilt tIme first day and this will be the best race ever seen in Western Kentucky The Great Ameri ran Band will furnish music at the Fair It is the finest concert band iu America The ThreeFIying Ranvard Ellen Vetters Mysterious Globe t Herr Langslow the Rifle Expert of the Lofty Wire Adgie the beautiful Lion Tamer and her performing African LIon Wood ford 8 Dog Pony and Monkey Circus and Kemps Wild West are the free attractions Thou thiTc is time Ferris Wheel a minatnre railwHy the smallest in the world mid the Santiago War Balloon will furnish all kind of new excitement But the greatest feature of all is that of Neromus the Hull Wrestler who will meet and defeat the wildest bulls every afternoon The grrstest exhibi tiOl of the strength and skill of man pitted against the brute strength of the animal ever witnessed in all the world This will be an entirely humane per formance Neromus will go into time ring without weapons of any kind He will forfeit 100 tor any bull he cannot subdue and that without injury to the animalIt safe to predict that the Owens boro Fair this year will haye such crowds as was never dreamed of hereto fore A DKLIGHTFUL CONCERT The Vjnii Benefit Concert on Friday night came near being the best thing ofn musical nature er sallies has ever enjoyed The pro gram numbers selected from tho best composers ancient and modern and demonstrated to all listeners that oven strictly clas sical music is quite enjoyable when well rendered Tho seven num hers which MSsd Wuin gave presented a pleasing variety Ajl wore sung in a manner which would havo been acceptable ttimy audience however critical and Miss Winu richly deserved the eiii thnsiastic applause The tone quality wits beautiful the jhras tug finished the enunciation good the general interpretation pleasing which things combined with a reposetul manner made abut ensemble that could not fail to ia pres the listeners its quite above tho ordinary and certainly estab lished a high standard othe slUg erjs ArLWoodford Sun Prof McGarvey has engaged Mirw Whiu to teach voice culture intatKIeher Site use jut returned front wry C 4y where he spout a yen i Rtwler Grubam Reet11 tmeQfthe ablest tchts ot tbic tultur li dit botwut t i 1 u DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING AN AIALANCHE It OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THE 8USY ULL ASH STUnt 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 We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a great sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with our prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of ourfkeenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale J Suits that were 15 and 18are now SO to 11 Suits that were 10 to 1250 are now 650 to 8 Suits that were 750 to 80 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 biaSa stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help itTe are forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy all the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation andcant be changed Hoping out many friends andpatrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt weIi OLDiiAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Sunday School Convention Following is the program of tIme Mail icon County Sunday School Convention to be held at the Tabernacle in Berea Wednesday July 31 lreparatory Meeting Chapel Tues day night 730 p m Song service Rev Wm Lodwick 745 p in A twentieth century Sunday SchOolProf K A Fox 815 p m Stoiy telling Miss Nan nie Leo Frayscr WEDNESDAY JIOUNING 930 Devotional service Rev II FAulick 045 Opening address Prof L Vj Dodge 955 Temporary Organization and Business 1010 Training for efficient service Rev II G Turner 1025 Anointing for service Key J It Howes 1040 Conference Teacher train- immgE A Fox 1100 Results of a Godless child hood Kev H 1J Zernow 1115 The home department Miss Nannie Lee Frayser 1130 Methods of primary teach ing Mrs rE Arnold 1145 General discussion dinInerAFTEUNOON SESSION 130 Song and praise service 1T45 Sunday School graduatesRev W A Isenlmrt 2 00 Stories fur children Miss Fiay ser 220 Two home departments Kev G A Burgess 240 Status of association work in- KentuckyB A Fox 300 Reports from Sunday Schools 315 The Sunday School Qur op portunity Rev Hugh McLolhin 335 Reports of committees and business a45 Fifteen onemtnute speeches 100 Siucing Blest be tim Tie that Binds The exercises will begin promptly at 9 iuS Choice music throughout Singnrs from all parts ol the county are invited to come prepared I CONVENTION JIOTES Madison County Sunday School Con vention at Berea Wednesday i July 31 lOOt Strickly undenominational Alt tho protestant bodies cordially joins in the movement Study the program printed above find a maim ofyoHrowa denoJiR fIaUunj come ami hear kin Tvery onet1aiQellen this program him 1M Hely engaged to be 1reoeIH eo tbrf k Kuta iaeer ol being dwep std special ringer IfOllitl- lrtQf thtt btrtiuf ys are argtd to be wmtr prepared Wlttttlitb k tween the addresses Dont fail to be in the tabernacle at 930 The first sound of time niello phone should call in all who arc upon the grounds Dont miss the opening exercisesA at the program will show what is going on at ally minute The speakers will prepare to come to time leaving three minutrs fora song after every address Every school in the county should be represented Allsuperinieudeiits please see that Prof 1 V Dodge at Berea has their names number of scholars and a contribution for the State work- People in Richmond and the northern half of the county will do well to look out for time special train leaving Richmond about 8 a m Fare will be cheap and time return at suitable hour in the afternoon The people of Dcrea and vicinity will do all they can to provide dinner for the friends from abroad It may be necessary to discriminate in favor of bona file members of the convention Entire schools from other places are preparing their own refreshments L and A Extension Mason flogs Cothme wellknown Chicago contractors have secured the contract for time completion of the Louisville Atlantic railroad from Millers Crock Es till county to Beatty ville Lee county anti the machinery and tools necessary for the work are already on the ground at Beattyville A large force of men will be put to work at both ends and Traveling Solic icitor R A Woollums tells us that the company expects to be running trains through to Beattyville by Christmas The road will open up a line territory rich in coal and umber and wo predict that it will pay from time start Special Train Ill Berc Time various Sunday Schools of Rich mood have united anti enimgo special train to time Madison County Sunday School Convention to be held at Berea next Wednesday July 31 The train wilt consist of several coaches and will leave Richmond at 8 clock on time worniiw of July 31 and returning will leave Berea about 5 p m All Sunday School members in the city and inter mediate points are entitled to go lice Outsiders can g at the reduced round trip r teaof5 J cents fur adults and 23 cents for children There will be basket dinner on the rollndsbuall who go on time train mire n qrtested to bring baskets The Richmond press we cordially in vited sSvguests of liuHor GUiwifOjTjils are niuuli are 1iHiant when a storm WiCoinlMif that at other seasons Dr Ts rILM M Their merit fa hy a4 qw riam See put agent or efttl at ajaiii uAb it UtCfelUfM building ttiM Ow Cw HAIW SUte Am 4 t1t n For Sale A fine jersey cow and calf For particulars call on J B Stoufler ljuiytf An audienco maybe apathetic in wit nessing a pathetic play- SOMETflTQ NEW They cure dandruff hair falling need achf etc costs the same as an ordinary romb Dr tthites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in time world People everywhere it has been inrro duced are wild with didight You imply oomb yuitr hair each day timid onclerIton guarantee to give jxrfal satisfac tion in ecrry respect Siid stamps for one Ladies size 50c ieuls size 35c Live nen and wouici WHUIPC every wher to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanlPd notice iu this paper Ad dress D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr The baseball faudosent always keep cool Free New Cure lor Eczema And skin eruptions REMIOKS EC ZEMA CURE and REMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC have never yet failed to cure FREE TRIAL Write today time samples are free Havana Medicine Co I 1124 Locust Street St Louis Mo For sale by B L Middel ton 5Junely To civilize a man you must begin with his ancestors This Will interest Many To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier B B BtBotanic Blood Balm into new mimes we will giveaway 10000 treatments B B B will positively cure all blood anti skill trou bles nlcwrs Kcrofnla eczema eating sores itcliinc humors swellings pita tmhs boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh Mood poison af footing throat or bonesmucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts B BB makes the pure and rich heals every sore or eruption and plop all aches pains Irugeist8 For lice treatment address Blood Hahn Co Atlanta Ga Describe troll ble and free mediwl advice given until cured B B B cures old deepseated cases that rffuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botanic irui saml lsthe Guest blood puriger in lime world 1 It isIit time tunlferof a voice burning In itt range that gives it warmth Jttter SaUItheam nail Eczema The intense itchIng muel smarting iaci aUaycclbvSkin O4seeeit Kay very bed wce b vo been pcrrnaiietly cured by tt It tcqwahi7ed4eat for itching pUts sd- toe sore DiMle kspped MM1rI chtlblauw frost Dtte douDi on eye 36 eta pw bat r Cwt4ttMi Pwww aH Mt wW a bone Mefe MrkMr te U4 iL 5 Tonic blood portfbr Mtd ia1e3I They ire aot laod but iciDouil i it s t p1 e ha WlBM COIL Pr- iIIs Ju u Quick lunch Is one of the common sayadiameter of time food is apparently not considered Its just a quick lunch eat and get awn la it any wonder 100011isinnutritions food very often anti the stomach can do the best it can Nor mally there should be no n ed for stommiauimlimittrial and while this continues there will rcetGolelenone medicine which can bo relied on to cure diopasps of the stomach mind oilier Jtillsigned for the stomach and to cure lasesIcures elie fais The older we get the more difficult we are to please antI the less trouble people lake to please us Stops tho Couch and Works off tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Atlantic City people claim that with out Sunday beer it isnt much of a wat ering place TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Hit signatureisIt seems rather strange that the Polish people have never made an effort to find the Pole A Snstainins Diet These are the enervating days when as somebody hag said men drop by tub sunstroke as if the Day of Fire had ntertOlloplesustained anti thU us to say hl the interest of the less robust of our readers that the full effect ot HOOIH Sarsaparilla is such as to suagttt tho propriety trailing this medicine some thing besiilea a lilood purifier and roWe say a sustaining diet It makes It ranch easier to bear the heat assures lnydouhtof year July 10 1m Our greatest glory consists not itt sever falling but in rising eveiy time we may fall w4 gmntaoLaxativetfcs rmactty that cures it told to one lIST Whcna woman denies an accusation and wants to prove her innocence she ciks DO YOU WANT Toaehh HEALESTATE TIMRKk or roAU TOCk OF GOOU6 DO voil WANT to bay QrulvkltMl of pmwrty Writ M wlth all the rt41hiars as I 1ll1 he ebbs to- bRhl dlremm J 1 N- Lu 1t4 IThIiii1etoa W y iJd 1Cr EVERY EasUQclckl Resterci tIOJ to Written Cora Jt VUalltr Nervons Debllltr Insomnia Faille Memoir and all Vantlcf Dlneun and all Veakneuea retailing from arlr or IMer Hasan Drncgists decl94y u u f PITTSBURGi1 CENTRAL EAST LIBERTY PA SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES 10 6HIPPFRS Yards have been and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets God buyers always in for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention WEEKDAYSIMON MEN priceo ODONNELL General Mgr Tne outhn utu l kvQtmnt Coop LEXINGTON KY The Giant of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is nearly S years old and has a greater premium income to tho business in force than any Life Insurance Company The Amount Paid In Living Benefits 562000Amount Placed in Reverse and Surplus 365OOO Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life thIs Company offers special advantages K SMITH BOWMJSiNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky Jfoe i2i niJbJ1 I August 12 13 14 35 16 and 17 19OI I I I V MID I I WED AUG 14 I I 1fE I 150000 VIGOR STOCK YARDSil 1305000 OURSESb 30000F- OR1s1 8ThG AtblE yti CONFEDERATE REUNION trtOC ANART EtUBIT8 AMUSEr1sNTS ssoooo G ORGEbus AND IGANTIC INCLUDINGIARRAY OF ATTRACTIONS Ever EXCURSION RATES ON RAILROADS SEe SMALL DILLS WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG PARTICULARS W SHAN Secy C E Pres F Sec and Treas- L M WARE Manager Tne Jefferson Gu r nty urety o Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market v The BEST because it willmake you the Most Money I ALL E KLIN LEXINGTON KY SMITH K BAIRD General It is BEST because there is no high ratio 3 for J business on our 0 Books It requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jefferson than in any other Company MAGNETIC NERVINE PermanSBUy OFFER enlarged attendance investment mm 1 J virtuallyiJ4 tAtrial will prove the wisdom of an Investment In The Jefferson It i r cHOME OFIICE C No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY IonOAnZED 1858 WW lUTE Vice Prea THB MUUAL LIrE 1WgANE 00 OF KENTUCKY IticL Home Office Louisville Ky David TreasJHenry A Hodge Hujt Agncie3ICeutucky Admitted AxeU DecnI000 3018714 XI bimii US Dee 31 1900 1UC88 13 Increase in Surplus 15097432 me1CXlpendltureaExcess Income expenditures 17tM ef Insurance Ii Farce leceittef 31 l9N I fJ1t J H KENNEDY Special Agent Imay RICHMOND KY A Wifes Ten Commandments These are the new commandments tenWhich wives now make for mar ned men 1 Rernemiier that I am thy vife Whom thou must cherish all thy life 2Thou shall not stay out lato at night AVhen lodges clubs or friends in vite- SyThou slialt not smoke indoor or vout Or chew tobacco round about fbJhou fifaalt wiyi praiso receive my 7pes Nor pastry made by me despise 5My mother thou shall strive to please And let her live with us in ease 6Remember tis thy duty clear To dress mo well throughout the year 7 Thou shalt in manner mild and meek Give me thy wages every week SThou shalt not be a drinking man But IIon the prohibition plan 9 Thou shalt not flirt but must allow The wife such freedom anyhow 10 Thou shalt get up when baby cries And try tho child to tranquilize These my commandments from day to day Thou shalt implicitly obey Shirt Waist Man Net Waist Girl The shirt waist man and the net waist girlIGo hand inband to day And the people year titter year keel on Throwing their clothes away The coat and the vtt taro tossed aside And where is the fleecy shawl Our clothes get thinnnr and fewer whatWill the end of it IIlI Oh what will the shirt waist man take next From things ho has to wear And what will the net waist girl throw off- From the shoulders now half bare Tho shirt waist man and tho net waist girl Go rolicking down tho way Hare we started a style that is going to endWith the old fig leaf some day Chicago TimesHerald Tin the constant drop of water wears away the hardest stone And the constant gnaw of Toweer mss ticates tho toughest bone And the constant cooing lover id the man who gets the maid And the constant advertiser is the man who gets the trade Admiral Melville eays France net tttat he so chesty over her new submarine boatthat it could have been easily voided if the ship attacked lircl kept under way He would cashier the tal LaIn that permitted a submarine boat to approach his ship The controversy as to who wrote the Dewey order is of little moment Of course Crowuinshield wrote it con structively because he ordered it writ ten just as he says Sampson destroyed the Spanish fleet because he ordered it destroyed Next It Ivery nice for a bequest of seven millions to be loft to the public for art purposes but it hardly seems fair fora man to disinherit his own kith and kin for the purpose Ho that provid eth not for his own the same is worse than an infidel Gomex saye that Cuba wants to try it alone fora while just to get the feel of the thing then it will come and ask to be let in Possibly Gomez is only joshing but if he isnt ho will find that the sugar trust will have something to say first The kissing bug is again doing business It will be remembered that it ravished the country a couple of years ago not long after Hobson was sent to Manila Probably it didnt want the girls to feel lonesome A hidebound British correspondent says that he saw four wounded men murdered on the field after a battle by the Boers Yet his story shows that he had fled hours bclore and was miles away at the time There are a good many politicians who wonder why the correspondents will persist in looking at them through the wrong end of tho opera glass Maryland Mugwumps defeated Gor- man in favor of Wellington some years ago and now they find themselves face to face with Mudd Serves them right Editor Godkiu has abandoned us to our fate and has gone to dear old cJun non to live We were too much for even him to save The barrooms at Eastern resorts ad vertise on Sundays only soft drinks sold to day but inside the same old beverages are served FATESIt venient to attribute the disasters which overtake us to fate But for the most part man is the arbiter of his own fortunes Business men are struck down as by lightning The generallyhieaziIt was fate for him to meet this end But if we went behind the weak heart we should find a weak stomach prob ablyyjnd back of the weak stomach is houniWhen the organs dependJBg oa the stomach for aresstarved Starvation means weakness of the body audits organs DIscoverycuresorgans 6f digestion and nstritioa When heartliverdiseased stoihach are cured also pmothucMrILWhadOJIiuicblOt kdidme no good I then tried differ onlMIMdDlcovslyWhen tbcAfe het wepe gone J ayesrbe1tklbVector PwrcV FiMwat fmOtt ucjliII g o r A WORTHY SUCCESSOR J Sotelhing New Under the Sun All doctors have tried to cure CA TARRH the use of powders add- gascII1I1hniers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucnous membranes canting them to crack open and bleed The powerful icids used in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure whilo pastes and ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced prac titioner who has for many years male a close study and specialty ol the treatment of CATAKItll has at last perfect ed a Treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at once but pernanently cures CATARRH by removing the cause the tile charges and curing nil inflammation It is the only remedy known to science that actually rosettes the afllicted parts This wonderful is known as SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE and is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollareach package containing internal and exter tint medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCATARRII now1 recognized as the only safe nirj positive cure for that annoying and dis gusti nit tlisease It nres all inflamma tion quickly and permanently and is also wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when neirlected often leads to CONSUMPTION SNUF FLES will save you if VOlt use it at once It Is no ordinary iemedy but a complete treatment which is positively anyformdirections which accompany each package Dont 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 regarding your case without cost to you beyond the regular price of SNUFFLES time GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United Mates or Canada on receipt of Ono Dollar Address Dept 0 959 ED WIN B GILES fc COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr THE Kentucky Elk is the a new monthly publication which madoI its appearance last week at Louisville Charles J Cruise Is editor and publish er and it is for the good of the order Confederate Veteran ReUn ion Wednesdaj Aug 14 has been fixed for the big Confed rate Veteran Re union It will occur at Lexington and be held at the Horse Show Fair and Carnival and all Confederate Veterans and their wives will bo admit ted to the grounds free of charge and royally entertained by the Elks One of Jauberts famous burgoos will be provided in addition to a basket picnic besides the fair attractions which will be free as above A gala day for all Vets The growth of the Christian En duavorers is astounding In twenty years tho order has increased from nothing to a membership of four mil lions TIme pUts that annoy you so will be quickly and permanently healed ifI yon use DeWitCs Witch Hazel ialve Beware of worthless counterfeits Per ry A Thomas The wondeiful success of the yacht Constitution shows that even snobs may know enough to build a good boat Fast schedules finest trains to Cincinnati and North Queen Crescent Route The Kaiser has ordered an American schooner the sort that has foam under it and not on top of it A bad complexion generally results from inactive liver and bowels In all such eases DeVitts Little Early Risers produce gratifying results Perry Thomas And yet there is actually a school of scientists which holds that the sun is losing its heat I am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and bydoctorsgrippe I took One Minute Cough Cure and recovered my health Sin E H WISE Madison Ua- Perry Thomas Now people are developing the golfing spine It must be a first cousin of our old friend the bicycle back bydietingplenty of good food properly digested Then if your stomach will not digest it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will contains all 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 pare blood and healthy appetite PERRY THOMAS Why not sony Funston to China to scoop in tho Empress Dowager and end this situation Double daily train service to Buffalo and Niagra Falls Queen Crescent Route But hasnt Secretary Gage rondo a mess of the Russian business thought Excursion rates to Pan American Exposition Queen Crescent Route If a Republican line to be elected to Senate from Illinois we put our money on Controller Dawes Ho is a clean honest straightforward young fellow with surprising ideas about public decency After all there is some comfort in not being able to getaway in the fact that we are a good deal more comfortable In our own homes than we would be in a six by eight room at the sea shore 1Pulls in politics dont always pay In the case of the Seventh Na tional Bank But then alter all tho bank lost its influence when Perry Heath resigned from the Postoffice Department One curious thingabout Philadelphia is that Mr Rothermel the District At torney seeks to stake nIl his chances for doing good on liis being reelected Why doesnt ho Act act in the living present So far tio Republicans have never named a candidate for the presidency from New York Surely neither Qdell nor Roosevelt would want to break such a oimlrneudaldeprecedent- as this Can anyone explain why the misused war revenue stamps should not be aim ply redeemed over a counter instead of requiring dollars tind dollars worth of red tape to get rid of them Minister CoBger should explain thosa cirjt Xftfthist members of the Anverican legatkm for looting browtht liSi Ciiufcfe JfcIkmjUil tlM TkilM 1fletl P ift P rbap General Sickles wanted to b i Coumucaiotier of Tensions biuiselrJ o i f ft Tlilebr g 1 olGood v t in the Tt- mivltfulBegins growing Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in asealed packet it is handled with the same watchfulcare the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for I buys much more than a cents worth of qualityand strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you N more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations ofArbuckles In each pound package of Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there In a lIt of articles With each package In which the List Is found the byhimnature on the package Is to be cut oat and returned to our Notion Dept You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY Through sleeping ears to Buffalo via Queen rosrent Route iIFREENotlcCharge moderate No fee till is secured AddressE ++ ++ CALL AT + + + + + JONES ME8SHON- SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing dl drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap SS3S3SSSS5SSSSSSS8SSSSS1 Phone 3 Second St RTCIJ21OND KZ- toiiI1c t1itic n ilrQ Q Schedule In effect May 1901 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND X C For veualllesLa7tncebUlrtshell 60 3 m 310 pm For Irvine llSCam For Millers Creek 330 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and 1156 am Cincinnati S30pm From Irvine mu 255 pm From Millers Creek 830 am C M DROWNING Gsa Mgr BAKERS Bif2 find MM Tahld I ADJUSTABLE This unique table is indeed household necessity It is neatly and substantially made and besides being a very valuable piece of furniture it is an ornament to any home OUR HANDSOME BOOK containing prices and fully illustrating and describing this perfect device for comfort mailed Iron to any address Write for it today- J R BAKER cc SONS CO 100 Wayne Street KENOALLVILIE INDIANA lOjunGin ccoRsFrMake American Beauties We have then in nIl styles and shapes to fit every figure andevery corset is sold under this most liberal warrant Money refunded aftc four weeks trial if corset is not satisfactory Look for thi- sTcideohrk on inside fcorset and on box KALAMAZOO CORSET CO s Zln11 FOIBLE BY w C GRIGGSt UwaqJiDoyIefl1c K- vr Coffee ARBUCKLES Roasted Coffee The Cynthiana Fair Tho Ccnthiana Fair under the management of A O U W Xo Si July 31 August 1 2 and 3 promises to eclipse even the splendid achievement of last year Time premium t is larger and better the entries more numeions and nil circumstances point to un doubted success Jay Cooks Royal Roman Hippodrome Wild West and Equine Paradox is one of time special attractions which will o free each day Time celebrated First Regiment Band enlarged and improved will play a return engagement The Floral Hall is a special and beautiful features Admission to all 25 cents Send for catalogue July llt I am agent for the Page Wire Fence And will sell soy amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tin es Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY KIrksvlllc Ky VILEY UjTHECTA1LOR Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES- In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed lie has justjecetved an elegant lot of IMll FA RI From New York and desires to make you an uplodiito SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally nil the clothes isis house turns out Ho is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York I TRY HIM I I W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON 3iY 13feblv HALF RATESP- lus IO- ODAILY BUFFALOAND RETURN VIA Big Four Route Aflbrdinc an opportunity to visit tim PanAmerican Exposition Niagara Falls Return limit ten days from dateof sale STOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo and Niagara Falls On Tickets to New York Boston StovA aV SasYwu EovrOcs Union depot connections In Cincinnati avoiding pmnibus transIent 4 Ffsains Daily 4 Hours Quickest Choice of Lake Ride 1etwett Ctevttaa and Buffalo on 0 B Ste m re Gallon or write AgenU Big Yen for full information circular of the Exposition etc JIo u1s WAWIBK LY K WP PL- GI Pe Tt Ags A LP Y pL A tCIHCIMKATI ft C patiCnjlt I KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing tim exhausted digestive or digestantcan approach It In efficiency It In permnanentlycuresDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea SickHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsand ImperfectdigestionPrepared For tale by Perry Jt Thomas Low Rate Excursions to Colorado and Utah EVERY DAY Via Harlinglnn Route commencing June sumulnerTheseexcisions ever made to the Rocky basisisround trip hut on rortain dates for in inclusiveLowerThe Burlington Home is the best line the main travel line to Colorado outitmglightful summer region The general scheme oi excursion rates is so exten sive and varied that inquiries or details should be made of time nearest undersignedDoprinted matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for the LeaguersLessearly in the Burlingtons special Francillcoltavinjt nightfromthroughScenic California Every Wednesday per inExcursionsfordescrijtivoW WAKELYUA MoHOWAUDOen Managers Io6mlrlr WallPaper Paints esS Right Goods Right Prices are the essential factors to be considered in the buying of gooods of whatever nature We guarantee the former and our quotations will estab 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 caIM Willg uaiiufaeIuier of all kin 6f P1tt foi all kjnda- ot P1tpQ1eL liSTABLISH 1970 Any one need ing a Sewing Machine will find the S andard And Norwood The only strictly up todate Sewing Mn clilnos on tIme marker Call in niul ex amine these goods R1AIRINO AND WATCHES SPECIALTY LE LANE ekacLl Vi aT IAll Work Guaranteed Main Street IRICHMOND KY HarnessPerryGroceriesDouglas JewelryDr BY close careful inspection you our ot RefrigaratorsIce Water Coolers The Best Prices iher Lowest THE STANDARD a a HAaKELTODQMPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY IPREEI 51 FREE Dont forget to ask for the Consumers and Merchants BENEFIT SCRIP CUSTOMERS TAKE NOTICE anyMerchant 5 Per Cent ScripWhich they will accept for Five Cents on every CASH PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR And take Special Notice that the Merchants who belong this Association are time most wide awake and keep the best selected Stock of Goods and theii are time LOWEST Tho Climax Job Printing 8may2m J 1 l t A 7j I f I and will find line and T ww to prices I LumberLGoodsWSOldhani i ClothierI tI Richmond Carriage Works j JfgIl1g1 tfIONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE CHATTANOOGA HANCOCK DISC PLOW 1901 Principle right Construction right Results right For two or three horses Draft lighter than any other Disc Plow Turns corners either right or left Low Steel Frame of Weight 600 pounds What It Does 444444444 It handies more cubic Jnbhes of anyplowIt turns under stalks trash and t weeds completely It breaKs up hard pan and pul verizes the soil Itleavesthegrdund at bottom oft furrow porous and natural It prepares the soil to withstand either a wet or dry season Itinsures better Crops than any other method of plowing DOUGLAS SIMMONS HARDWIRE STOVES FiRMIifi MPLEKEKTS inchlly